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áobsolete spelling of a{prep}
aName of the letter A{f}
aThe first letter of the Spanish alphabet, called a and written in the Latin script{letter}
a-a-, non-, -less{prefix}
a-A prefix forming words, especially verbs, that denote entering a state, making progress toward a goal, or the like{prefix}
aat{prep}
aby{prep}
ato{prep}
aUsed before words referring to people, pets, or personified objects or places that function as direct objects: personal a{prep}
-a-ess. (Used to form feminine singular nouns.){suffix}
-a-s. (Used to form the third-person singular (also used with usted) present indicative mood of regular -ar verbs.){suffix}
-a(Used to form the feminine singular adjectives.){suffix}
-a(Used to form the first and third-person singular (also used with usted) singular subjunctive mood of -er and -ir verbs, also used for the imperative mood of usted.){suffix}
-a(Used to form the second-person singular imperative mood of -ar verbs.){suffix}
Abishop{m} [chess]
añadiduraaddition{f}
añadiduraSomething that is added, especially something that a merchant gives to a buyer to complete the amount requested, or something extra given as a bonus; a gratuity, lagniappe{f}
añadirto add{v}
añadirto augment{v}
añalalternative form of anual{adj}
aalenianoAalenian{adj} [geology]
aalenianoAalenian{m} [geology]
añareseon (many years, a long period of time){mp} [Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay]
Aarónmale given name. Spanish equivalent of Aaron{prop}
-abaSuffix indicating the first-person singular imperfect indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
-abaSuffix indicating the third-person singular imperfect indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
abañarto sift{v}
ababared poppy{f}
Ababafemale given name{prop}
ababillarseto be sick with the stifle (of horses and other quadrupeds){v} [veterinary medicine, Chile, Mexico]
ababolabsentminded or simpleminded person{m}
ababolsimpleton{m}
abacáabaca{m}
abacaleraabaca worker (farmer, transporter, or salesman){f}
abacaleroabaca worker (farmer, transporter, or salesman){m}
abaceríagrocery (store){f}
abacerogrocer{m}
abacialabbatial{adj}
abacistaabacist{mf}
abacoraswordfish (Xiphias gladius){f} [Antilles]
abacorarto stockpile, to hoard, to corner the market{v} [Cuba]
abacorarto attack{v}
abacorarto catch, to surprise{v}
abacorarto corner{v}
abacorarto overcome{v}
abacorarto pursue relentlessly, to harass{v}
abacorarto smooch while dancing{v}
abadabbot{m}
abadíaabbey{f}
abadejopollock, pollack (fish related to cod){m}
abadernarto fasten with short ropes{v} [nautical]
abadesaabbess{f}
AbadánAbadan{prop}
-abaisSuffix indicating the second-person plural imperfect indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
abajarto descend{v}
abajarto go down{v}
abajeñocoastal{adj}
abajeñolowlander{adj}
abajodown{adv}
abajofirmanteundersigned, signatory{mf}
abalanzarto pounce on, swoop down on{vr} [~se sobre]
abalanzarto balance, compensate{vt} [dated]
abalanzarto propel{vt}
abaldonadamentedaringly, courageously{adv} [obsolete]
abalearto shoot{vt} [Latin America]
abalorioglass beads{m}
abaluartarto fortify with bastions{v}
abamperioabampere{m}
-abanSuffix indicating the third-person plural imperfect indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
abanaciónabannation, banishment{f}
abanarto fan{v}
abancalarTo terrace{v}
abanderadastandard-bearer{f}
abanderadostandard-bearer{m}
abanderarto lead a cause, rebellion, movement{v}
abanderarto register a boat under a particular nationality{v}
abandonadoabandoned{adj}
abandonadodirty{adj}
abandonarto abandon{v}
abandonarto leave{v}
abandonoabandonment{m}
abanicarTo fan{v}
abanicofan (hand-held device){m}
abanico aluvialalluvial fan{m}
abanoceiling fan{m}
abanofly chaser (tool to chase flies from an area){m}
AbantoA town in Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain{prop}
AbantoSpanish surname{prop}
abaratamientoreduction (generally in the price of an item){m}
abaratarto make cheaper (by reducing the price){v}
abarcasandal{f}
abarcarto clasp{v}
abarcarto comprise, to make up, to contain, to include{v}
abarcarto embrace, to encompass{v}
abarcarto monopolize, to corner{v}
abarcarto take in{v}
abarcarto undertake, to embark upon{v}
abarracarto construct barracks{v}
abarrarto throw with force{v}
abarrazstavesacre (Delphinium staphisagria){f}
abarrotarto bar{v}
abarrotarto pack{v}
abarrotarto stow cargo on a ship{v}
abarroteríahardware store{f} [Central America]
abarroteríageneral store, local shop{f} [Mexico, Central America]
abartarseto go down in price{v}
-abasSuffix indicating the second-person singular imperfect indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
abastarto supply{v}
abastardarTo degrade, degenerate{vi}
abastardarTo degrade, debase, bastardize{vt}
abastecedoroutfitter{m}
abastecerto supply (with){v}
abastecimientosupply{m}
abastionarto fortify with bastions{v}
abastogrocery{m}
abastosupply{m}
abatanarTo beat, hit, abase{v}
abatanarTo full, mill (clothing){v}
abatatarTo embarrass{v}
abatatarTo frighten{v}
abatidamenteabjectly{adv}
abatidoabject, discouraged{adj}
abatimientodejection{m}
abatimientodepressiveness{m}
abatirto demolish{v}
abatirto discourage{v}
abatirto humble{v}
abatirseto become depressed{v}
abayaabaya{f}
abciximababciximab{m} [pharmaceutical drug]
AbdíasObadiah{prop} [biblical character]
abdicaciónabdication, abandonment of a job or task{f}
abdicarto abdicate, relinquish{v}
abdicativamenteabdicatingly{adv}
abdicativoabdicative{adj}
abdomen{m} [l/en, abdomen]
abdominal{adj} [l/en, abdominal]
abdominalsit-up{m}
abdominalmenteabdominally{adv}
abdominoplastiaabdominoplasty{f} [surgery]
abducciónabduction (physiology: movement separating limb from axis){f}
abducirto abduce, to abduct (draw away from the median axis of the body){v} [physiology, anatomy]
abductorabductor{m} [anatomy]
abductor del meñiqueabductor minimi digiti{m}
abductor largo del pulgarabductor pollicis longus{m}
abecéABCs (alphabet){m}
abecéprimer (textbook formerly used to teach the alphabet){m}
abecedarioalphabet (an ordered set of letters used in a language){m}
abecedariospelling book, primer{m}
abedulbirch{m}
abejabee (the insect){f}
abeja albañilamason bee{f}
abeja carpinteracarpenter bee{f}
abeja de mielhoneybee{f}
abeja machiegaworker bee{f}
abeja maesaqueen bee{f}
abeja maestraqueen bee{f}
abeja neutraworker bee{f}
abeja obreraworker bee{f}
abeja reinaqueen bee{f}
abejarrónbumblebee{m}
abejarucobee-eater{m}
abejorrobumblebee{m}
abejorrocockchafer{m}
AbelAbel{prop} [biblical character]
abelianoabelian{adj}
abemoladamentesweetly{adv}
abemolarto soften, to lower the voice{v}
abenuzebony{m}
aberraciónaberration, aberrancy{f}
aberranteshocking, aberrant{adj}
aberrarto be wrong, to err{v}
abertalcrackled, cracked{adj}
aberturaopening{f}
abetalan area planted with firs{m}
abetalfir forest, wood{m}
abetofir{m}
abiertamenteopenly, aboveboard{adv}
abiertoopen{adj}
abigarradamenteIn a motley manner{adv}
abigarradopertaining to a mishmash of ill-sorted things{adj}
abigarradovariegated, colorful, pertaining to clashing colors{adj}
abigarramientomotley{m}
abigarrarto paint in many colors, make colorful paints{v}
abigeatoabigeat, cattle-theft{m}
Abimelech(Biblical character){prop} [l/en, Abimelech]
abiogénesisabiogenesis{f}
abisalabyssal (belonging to the ocean depths){adj}
AbisiniaAbyssinia{prop}
abisinioAbyssinian{adj}
abisinioAbyssinian{m}
abismalabysmal{adj}
abismalmenteabysmally{adv}
abismarseto engulf{v}
abismarseto plunge into{v}
abismoabyss{m}
abióticoabiotic{adj}
AbiyánAbidjan (the largest city of Côte d'Ivoire){prop}
abjasiafeminine form of abjasio{f}
abjasioAbkhaz{adj}
abjasioAbkhaz person{m}
abjasioAbkhaz (language){prop}
abjurarto abjure{v}
ablaciónablation{f}
ablacionarto ablate{v}
ablandarto soften, to soothe{v}
ablandarseto soften{v}
ablativoablative{m}
-able{suffix} [l/en, -able]
abluciónablution{f}
abnegaciónabnegation{f}
abnegadamenteunselfishly{adv}
abnegadounselfish{adj}
abnegarto renounce{v}
abocarto seize or grab with the mouth{v}
abocetadosketchy{adj}
abochornadoblushed, ashamed{adj}
abochornarto embarrass; to cause to blush{v}
abochornarto overheat{v}
abochornarseto shame oneself{v}
abofetearto slap{vt}
abogacíaadvocacy{f}
abogadafemale lawyer{f}
abogadolawyer, solicitor, counsel{m}
abogarto advocate{v}
abogarto defend in court{v}
abolengoancestry{m}
aboliciónabolition{f}
abolicionistaabolitionist{mf}
abolirto abolish{vt}
abolirto revoke{vt}
abolladobumpy, battered{adj}
abolladodented{adj}
abolladuradent{f}
abollarto dent{v}
abollarto emboss{v}
abollarto trample{v}
abombarto make round or convex{v}
abombarto stun{v}
abombarseto decompose{v}
abominable{adj} [l/en, abominable]
abominablementeabominably{adv}
abominaciónabomination{f}
abominaciónhorror, abhorrence{f}
abominarto abhor{v}
abonadosubscription{m}
abonarTo pay a certain amount of money by each term of a loan or sale{vi}
abonarTo reconcile with someone without going to court{vp}
abonarTo accredit a sum of money to the account of someone, contributing funds or reducing the balance{vt}
abonarTo give credit or describe positively{vt}
abonarTo make an annotation in the salary on an account{vt}
abonarTo make something better{vt}
abonarTo pay an amount of money{vt}
abonarTo provide nutrients to crops using fertilizers. (To fertilize.){vt}
abonarseto subscribe{v}
abonofertilizer, manure{m}
abonoguarantee, security{m}
abonopayment, installment{m}
abonosubscription, season ticket{m}
abordadorboarder{m}
abordajeboarding{m}
abordajecollision{m}
abordarto accost, waylay{vt}
abordarto address; to broach{vt}
abordarto board{vt}
a bordoaboard{adv}
abordoboarding{m}
aborígeneaborigine{m}
aborigenaboriginal, indigenous{adj}
aborigenaborigine{mf}
aborrecerto abandon{v}
aborrecerto hate, detest{v}
aborrecibleloathsome{adj}
aborreciblementeabhorrently{adv}
aborrecimientoloathing, abhorrence{m}
abortadoaborted{adj}
abortarto abort; to have an abortion{v}
abortistaabortionist{f}
abortivoabortive{adj}
abortoabortion{m}
abortoa very ugly person{m} [slang]
abotagadoswollen{adj}
abotagarto swell (of the body as a result of a disease){vp}
abotonarto button up{v}
abotonarseto button up{v}
abovedadovaulted{adj}
abovedarto arch{v}
ab ovoab ovo{adv}
aboyarto set or mark with buoys{v} [nautical]
abraglade{f}
abralarge bay{f}
abranotch{f}
Abraham(Biblical character){prop} [l/en, Abraham]
Abrahánmale given name, a variant of Abraham, the Spanish equivalent of Abraham{prop}
AbramAbram (Biblical character){prop}
abrasadamenteardently{adv}
abrasadorscorching{adj}
abrasanteparching{adj}
abrasantescorching{adj}
abrasarto burn{v}
abrasarto parch{v}
abrasarto squander or waste money{v}
abrasiónabrasion{f}
abrasivoabrasive; rough{adj}
abrasivoabrasive{m}
abrazarto hug, to embrace{v}
abrazohug{m}
abrazo estrechoclose hug, cuddle{m}
abrebotellasbottle opener{m}
abrecartasletter opener, paper knife{m}
abrelatascan-opener, tin-opener{m}
abrenunciaciónThe renouncing of sin at baptism{f} [Christianity]
abrevaderodrinking trough{m}
abrevarto give water to{v}
abrevarto irrigate{v}
abreviaciónreduction{f} [linguistics]
abreviadamentebriefly{adv}
abreviadoabridged{adj}
abreviarto abbreviate{v}
abreviarto hasten{v}
abreviaturaabbreviation{f}
abreviaturaresumé{f}
abridoropener{m}
abrigaderoshelter{m}
abrigadocovered or blanketed{adj}
abrigadocovert{adj}
abrigarto cover{v}
abrigarto shelter{v}
abrigarto wrap up{v}
abrigoblanket, quilt{m} [agriculture]
abrigoaid, protection{m} [figuratively]
abrigohaven, harbor{m} [nautical]
abrigoovercoat{m}
abrigoshelter{m}
abrilApril{m}
abrilyears of age{m} [of a young person]
abrillantarto shine or polish{v}
abriropening{m}
abrirto open{vt}
abrirto turn on{vt}
abrirto unlock{vt}
abrir fuegoto open fire{v}
abrirseto flourish, prosper{v}
abrirse caminoTo make way{v}
abrocharto button, fasten{vt}
abrocharseto fasten, tie up{vr}
abrogaciónabrogation{f}
abrogarto abrogate (annul by an authoritative act){v}
abrojothistle; thorn{m}
abroncarto embarrass{vt}
abroncarto jeer{vt}
abroncarto rebuke, to chastise, to reprimand{vt}
abrumadorexhausting, tiresome{adj}
abrumadoroverwhelming{adj}
abrumadoramenteoverwhelmingly{adv}
abrumarto crush, overcome, exhaust, overwhelm{v}
abruptamenteabruptly{adv}
abruptoabrupt{adj}
abruptoheavy{adj}
abruptosteep{adj}
abruptoviolent{adj}
Absalónmale given name. Spanish equivalent of Absalom{prop}
abscesoabscess{m} [pathology]
abscisaabscissa{f} [geometry]
abscisiónabscission{f}
absentaabsinthe{f}
absintinaabsinthin{f} [organic chemistry]
absintioabsinth (plant and liquor){m}
absoluciónabsolution{f}
absoluciónacquittal{f} [judicial]
absolutamenteabsolutely{adv}
absolutismoabsolutism{m}
absolutistaabsolutist{adj}
absolutistaabsolutist{mf}
absolutoabsolute{adj}
absolutorioabsolving, absolutory{adj}
absolverTo absolve{v}
absolverTo acquit{v}
absorbenciaabsorbency{f}
absorbenteabsorbing{adj}
absorbenteabsorbent, absorber{m}
absorberto absorb{v}
absorberto use up{v}
absorciónabsorption{f}
absorciónaspiration{f}
absortorapt{adj}
abstemiafeminine form of abstemio{f}
abstemioteetotal{m}
abstemioteetotaller, a person who completely abstains from alcohol{m}
abstenciónabstention{f}
abstenerseto abstain (from){v}
abstersiónabstersion{f} [medical]
abstinenciaabstinence, austereness, abstemiousness{f}
abstinenteabstinently{adv}
abstinentementeabstinently{adv}
abstracciónabstractedness, absentmindedness{f}
abstracciónabstraction{f}
abstraccionismoabstractionism{m} [arts]
abstractivamenteabstractively{adv}
abstractivoabstractive{adj}
abstractoabstract{adj}
abstraídodistracted, absent-minded{adj}
abstraerto abstract{v}
abstraerto deduct, subtract{v}
abstrusoabstruse{adj}
absurdamenteabsurdly{adv}
absurdidadabsurdity{f}
absurdoabsurd; ludicrous; ridiculous{adj}
absurdoSomething that is absurd or ridiculous{m}
abubillahoopoe (the bird Upupa epops){f}
abuchearto jeer; boo{v}
abuelagrandmother, feminine form of abuelo{f}
abuela maternagrandmother (maternal grandmother){m}
abuela paternagrandmother (paternal grandmother){m}
abuela políticagrandmother-in-law{f}
abuelitadiminutive form of abuela{f}
abuelitodiminutive form of abuelo{n}
abueloAn old person{m} [colloquial, affectionate]
abuelograndfather{m}
abueloLoose tufts of hair in the nape when one's hair is messed up{m}
abuelo maternomaternal grandfather{m}
abuelo paternograndfather (paternal grandfather){m}
a buenas horasabout time, high time{adv} [idiomatic]
abulenseOf, pertaining to, or from the Spanish city of Ávila{adj}
abulenseA resident of the Spanish city of Ávila{mf}
abulónabalone (edible univalve mollusc){m}
abultarto bulge{v}
abundadamenteabundantly{adv}
abundadoabundant{adj}
abundanciaabundance{f}
abundanteaffluent{adj}
abundanteplentiful, abundant{adj}
abundantementeabundantly{adv}
abundarto abound{v}
Abundiomale given name. Spanish equivalent of Abundius{prop}
abundosamenteabundantly{adv}
abundosoabundant{adj}
aburbye, so long{interj}
aburguesarto become bourgeois{vr}
aburridamenteboringly{adv}
aburridobored; fed up{adj}
aburridoboring{adj}
aburrimientoboredom{m}
aburrirto bore; to tire{vt}
aburrirseto become bored{vr}
abusadorabuser{m}
abusarto get clever, to get smart, to wise up{vp} [Guatemala]
abusarto abuse{v}
abusivamenteabusively{adv}
abusivoabusive{adj}
abusoabuse{m}
abyeccíonabjectness{f}
abyeccíonhumiliation{f}
abzimaabzyme{f} [immunology]
acáhither, towards the speaker; here{adv}
acabadamentewholly, completely{adv}
acabadoworn-out{adj}
acabadoA finish, a final process or coating applied to a surface{m}
a cabalidadthoroughly{adv}
a caballohorseback; on the back of a horse{adv}
acabamientoachievement{m}
acabarto finish; to end{vt}
acabar deto have just done something{v} [idiomatic]
acabarseto run out; to come to an end{v}
acachetearto punch, hit with a closed fist{v}
acachetearto slap, strike with an open hand{v}
acaciaacacia{f}
academiaacademy{f}
academistaacademician, academic{mf}
académicamenteacademically{adv}
académicoacademic{adj}
académicoscholastic{adj}
académicoacademician, academic{m}
acaecerto happen{v}
acaecimientoevent, occurrence{m}
acairelarto trim with fringe{v}
acalcanoe{m} [dialectal, Mexico]
acalmanger{m} [dialectal,
acalenturarseTo have a fever{vr}
acalicinoacalycine{adj} [botany]
acalifacopperleaf{f}
acallarto quiet, hush or silence{v}
acaloradamentehotly, vehemently, heatedly{adv}
acaloradoheated{adj}
acalorarto heat up{v}
acalorarseto become upset{v}
a cal y cantounder lock and key, shut tight, closed behind doors{adv} [idiomatic]
acampadacamping{f}
acampanadoflared, bell shaped{adj}
acamparto camp; to go camping{v}
acanaladuragroove, crimp, bead, flute{f}
acanalarto furrow{v}
acantáceoacanthaceous{adj} [botany]
acantiladocliff{m}
acantilarto run a ship into trouble or onto rocks{v} [nautical]
acantilarto dredge{v}
acantoacanthus{m} [plants, architecture]
acantocitoacanthocyte{m}
acantonamientocantonment{m}
acantonarto accommodate{v}
acantorarto station{v}
acapararto hoard{vt}
a capelaa capella{adv}
a capellaa capella{adv}
a cara o cruztoss a coin for, heads or tails{adv} [idiomatic]
acarbosaacarbose{f} [biochemistry]
acardenalarto bruise{v}
a cargoin charge{prep}
acariciarto caress, fondle, stroke{v}
acarpoacarpous{adj}
acarrearto haul{v}
acartonadoshrivelled, wizened{adj}
acartonarto weather, to erode{vt}
acartonarseto become or to grow stiff (like cardboard){v}
acartonarseto become wizened{v}
acasoperhaps{adv}
acatadamentecompliantly{adv}
acatamientoobservance{m}
acatarto comply with{vt}
acaudaladowealthy{adj}
acaudillarto command{v}
acaudillarto specify, adduce, indicate{v}
acauleacaulous, short-stemmed{adj} [botany]
acíbarbitterness, sorrow{m}
acíbaraloe (the plant and its juice){m} [plants]
accedenteacceding{adj}
accederTo accede, to agree, to concur{v}
accederto access{v}
accesarTo access something (e.g. the Internet){vt}
accesibilidadaccessibility{f}
accesibleapproachable, accessible{adj}
accesiónaccession{f}
accesoaccess{m}
accesointercourse{m}
accesopassage{m}
accesoriamenteaccessorily, incidentally{adv}
accesorioaccessory, secondary, additional, supplementary{adj}
accesorioincidental{adj}
accesorioirrelevant{adj}
accesorioaccessory equipment, appurtenance{m}
accidentadoaccident-filled; accident-littered{adj}
accidentadojerky{adj}
accidentalaccidental{adj}
accidentalaccidental{m} [music]
accidentalmenteaccidentally{adv}
accidentariamenteaccidentally{adv} [obsolete]
accidenteaccident{m}
accidentefeature{m} [geography]
accidente de tráficotraffic accident, road accident{m}
acciónaction{f}
acciónshare (financial instrument){f}
acción programadascheduled action{f}
accionarto put into motion; to start{v}
accionistashareholder{mf}
acículaneedle (long, pointed leaf found on some conifers){f} [botany]
aceñabulrush, cattail (Typha latifolia){f} [plants]
aceñawater mill; flour mill{f}
aceñawater wheel{f}
acebiberaisin{m}
aceboholly{m}
acebuchalOf or pertaining to the olive{adj}
acebuchalolive grove{m}
acebuchewild olive tree{m}
acechadorstalker{m}
acecharto lie in wait for, waylay{vt}
acecharto spy{vt}
acechevitriol{m}
acechoan ambush{m}
acechothe act of stalking or spying{m}
acedíaheartburn{f}
acedo[of a person] disagreeable, unpleasant, bleak{adj}
acedosoured, bittered{adj}
acedosour, tart, acid{adj}
acedoA sour juice or other liquid{m} [rare]
aceitarto oil{v}
aceiteoil{m}
aceite de olivaolive oil{m}
aceiteraoilcan{f}
aceitosooily{adj}
aceitunaolive (fruit){f} [context needed, comment=where is this used vs. oliva?]
aceitunadoolive-colored, of a green color as of olives{adj}
aceituna negrablack olive{f}
aceitunilolive-colored, olive-green{adj}
aceleraciónacceleration (act, state){f}
aceleradoraccelerator (pedal){m}
acelerarto accelerate{v}
acelgachard{f}
acemitebran{m} [archaic]
acenaftenoacenaphthene{m} [organic compound]
acenoacene{m} [organic compound]
acensuarto tax a piece of property{v}
acentoaccent{m}
acento agudoacute accent{m} [orthography]
acento gravegrave accent{m} [orthography]
acentuaciónaccentuation{f}
acentuarto accentuate, emphasize, distinguish, elevate{v}
acepciónacceptance{f} [obsolete]
acepciónsense, meaning{f} [semantics]
acepillarto brush{v}
acepillarto flatter, praise, compliment{v}
acepillarto smooth wood using a plane{v}
aceptabilidadacceptability{f}
aceptableacceptable{adj}
aceptablementeacceptably{adv}
aceptaciónacceptance{f}
aceptarto accept{v}
aceptarto agree to{v}
acequiairrigation ditch{f}
acerapavement, sidewalk{f}
acerarto harden, to steel{v}
acerarto make sharp{v}
acercaabout{adv}
acerca deabout{prep}
acercamientorapprochement{m}
acercarsee acercarse{vr}
acercarto bring close, approach{v}
acercarseto get close, to approach{vr}
acerosword, weapon{m} [figuratively]
aceroarms{m} [in the plural]
acerosteel{m}
acerotincture of steel{m}
acero inoxidablestainless steel{m}
acerola{f} [l/en, acerola]
acerola, the fruit of the acerolo, Crataegus azarolus{f} [l/en, azarole]
aceroloThe azarole, a mediterranean shrub or small tree that produces the acerola, Crataegus azarolus{n}
acertadamenteaptly{adv}
acertarto be right{v}
acertarto hit upon{v}
acertijoriddle{m}
acervoheap{m}
acervoheritage{m}
acetaldehídoacetaldehyde, ethanal{m} [organic compound]
acetatoacetate{m} [organic chemistry]
acetilacetyl{m} [organic compound]
acetilcisteínaacetylcysteine{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
acetilcolinaacetylcholine{f}
acetilcolinesterasaacetylcholinesterase{f} [enzyme]
acetilenoacetylene{m} [organic chemistry]
acetilgalactosaminaacetylgalactosamine{f} [organic compound]
acetilglucosaminaacetylglucosamine{f} [organic compound]
acetilmanosaminaacetylmannosamine{f} [organic compound]
acetilmurámicoacetylmuramic{adj}
acetilneuraminatoacetylneuraminate{m}
acetilneuramínicoacetylneuraminic{adj}
acetiloacetyl{m} [organic compound]
acetilsalicilatoacetylsalicylate{m}
acetilsalicílicoacetylsalicylic{adj}
acetiltransferasaacetyltransferase, transacetylase{f} [enzyme]
acetoacetatoacetoacetic acid{m} [organic compound]
acetonaacetone{f} [organic compound]
acezantepuffing, panting or out of breath{adj}
acéfaloheadless{adj}
acéfaloleaderless{adj}
achacarto attribute (something to someone); to blame{v}
achantarTo scare, to put off{v}
achaquedefault, failing{m}
achaqueperiod; menstruation{m} [informal]
achaquesickness, malady{m}
achaquesubject, issue, topic{m}
achatarto flatten{v}
achicarto bale out (a boat){vt}
achicarto humiliate, make someone feel small{vt}
achicarto make smaller, reduce, minimize{vt}
achicarseto eat humble pie{vr}
achicarseto get smaller, shrink{vr}
achicharrarTo roast; boil (be very hot){vi}
achicharrarto scorch{v}
achichincleminion, servant{m} [pejorative, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico]
achicoriachicory{f}
achioteannatto, achiote (all senses){m} [Latin America]
achocolatarTo turn into chocolate, or of chocolate color/colour{v}
achísatishoo!, achoo!{interj}
aciagounlucky, ill-fated, unfortunate{adj}
acianocornflower, Centaurea cyanus{m}
acicalarto polish{vt}
acicalarseto smarten oneself up{vr}
acicateincentive, spur (anything that inspires or motivates){m}
acicatespur (implement for prodding a horse){m}
acidezacidity{f}
acidezheartburn{f}
acideztang{f}
acidificaciónacidification{f}
acidificarto acidify{v}
acidularto make sour; to acidulate{v}
a ciencia ciertafor sure, for certain, without doubt{adv} [idiomatic]
aciertohit{m}
aciertosuccess{m}
acilacyl{m} [organic compound]
acilglicéridoacylglycerol, glyceride{m} [organic compound]
aciloacyl{adj}
aciltransferasaacyltransferase{f} [enzyme]
acimutazimuth{m}
acimutalazimuthal{adj}
-aciónalternative form of -ción{suffix}
acitronarto fry until translucent, not golden nor crispy{v} [Mexico]
aclamaciónacclamation; acclaim{f}
aclamarto acclaim or applaud{v}
aclaraciónexplanation{f}
aclararto explain; to clarify{vt}
aclimataciónacclimation, acclimatization{f}
aclimatarto acclimate{v}
aclimatarseto become exhausted{v}
aclínicoaclinic{adj} [physics]
aclínicoopera glasses{m}
acémilamule; beast of burden{f}
acnéacne{m} [pathology]
acobardarto be frightened, scared, daunted{vr}
acobardarto daunt, to frighten, to scare{vt}
acobardarseto cower{v}
acocilcrayfish{m} [dialectal, Mexico]
acodarseto lean{v}
acogedorcozy{adj}
acogedorfriendly{adj}
acogedorhospitable{adj}
acogerto receive{v}
acogidawelcome, reception{f}
acojonantefucking amazing, the shit, the dog's bollocks{adj} [vulgar, colloquial]
acolchadopadded, cushioned{adj}
acolchadoquilt, bed cover{m}
acolcharto quilt{v}
acolladorlanyard{m} [nautical]
acometerto assail{v}
acometerto undertake (a task, a project, an enterprise){v}
acomodadoaccommodated{adj}
acomodadosuitable, fitting{adj}
acomodadowealthy{adj}
acomodadoA person who had obtained his job by influence or recommendation, not for his own merits{m} [Argentina, Uruguay]
acomodarto accommodate{v}
acomodarto suit; to be suitable{v}
acomodarto usher or settle{v}
acomodarseto settle in{v}
acompañadaridealong, accompanying{f}
acompañamientothe accompanying part; accompaniment{m} [music]
acompañamientothe act of accompanying; accompaniment{m}
acompañanteaccompanying{adj}
acompañanteattendant{m}
acompañanteescort, esquire{m}
acompañanteaccompanist{m} [music]
acompañarto accompany{v}
acomplejarto develop a complex{vr}
acomplejarto give a complex, to cause complexes{vt}
a concienciaCarefully, meticulously{adv}
acondicionarto condition{v}
acondroplasiaachondroplasia (genetic disorder){f}
acongojadoanguished{adj}
acongojarto cause or inflict suffering{vt}
aconsejableadvisable{adj}
aconsejarto advise{v}
acontecerto happen, occur, come about{v}
acontecimientoevent{m}
a contrapelobackwards, contrary{adj}
a contrapelobackwards{adv}
a contrarrelojagainst the clock, with a deadline, in a hurry{adv}
acopiarto gather{v}
acopiogathering, collecting{m}
acopladotrailer (vehicle towed behind another){m}
acoplamientoconnection{m}
acoplamientojoining{m}
acoplarto adapt oneself{vr}
acoplarto couple{v}
acoplarsereflexive form of acoplar{vr}
acorazadobattleship{m}
acorazarto armor{vt}
acordadoagreed{adj}
acordarto agree{vi}
acordarto reach agreement{vr}
acordarto remember, recall{vr}
acordarto decide, to arrange{vt}
acordarseReflexive infinitive form of acordar (followed by de), to remember{v}
acordein suit (with); matching; in harmony; according (to){adj}
acordechord (combination of three or more pitches){m} [music]
acorde aaccording to{adv}
acordeónaccordion{m}
acordeonistaaccordionist{mf}
acordonarto cordon off{v}
acorralarto corral or corner{v}
acortamientocurtation{m} [astronomy]
acortamientoshortening{m} [linguistics]
acortarto cut short{v}
acosadorbulling{adj}
acosadorharassing{adj}
acosadorbully{m}
acosadorharasser{m}
acosarto bully{v}
acosarto pursue{v}
acosomolestation, harassment, bullying{m}
acoso sexualsexual harassment{m}
acossarobsolete spelling of acosar{v}
acostadolying in bed{adj}
acostadorecumbent, lying{adj}
acostarto land, put in, berth{v} [nautical]
acostarto lay{vt}
acostarto put to bed{vt}
acostarseto be in bed with{v}
acostarseto go to bed, to lie down{v}
acostumbradoaccustomed to, used to{adj}
acostumbradocustomary{adj}
acostumbrarto be accustomed to{vi}
acostumbrarto use to (be in the habit of){vi}
acostumbraraccustom, inure, familiarize{vt}
acotaciónannotation{f}
acotadoenclosed, or fenced in{adj}
acotarTo annotate a page{v}
acotarTo mark contours on a map{v}
acotarTo prune or lop a tree{v}
acotarTo survey land, to enclose{v}
acróbataacrobat{mf}
acrebitter; acrid{adj}
acrecaustic{adj}
acreacre{m}
acrecentarto increase, grow{vt}
acreciónaccretion{f}
acreditaciónaccreditation{f}
acreditarto accredit{v}
acreedorcredit{m} [accounting]
acreedorcreditor{m} [finance]
acreedorafeminine form of acreedor{f}
acribillarto pester, badger{v}
acribillarto riddle, pepper (with holes, bullets etc.){v}
acrilatoacrylate{m} [organic compound]
acrilonitriloacrylonitrile{m} [organic compound]
acrimoniaacrimony{f}
acristaladohaving crystals or crystal glass; covered in crystal{adj}
acritudbitterness, acridness{f}
acrílicoacrylic{adj}
acrílicoacrylic{m}
acrónimophonetic acronym{m}
acrobaciaacrobatics{f}
acrobatismoacrobatics{m}
acrobáticoacrobatic{adj}
acromáticoachromatic (all senses){adj}
acrópolisacropolis{f}
acérrimamentestrongly, vigorously{adv}
acérrimodie-hard, extreme{adj}
acérrimovery strong{adj}
acérrimovigorous; with tenacity{adj}
acústicaacoustics (a quality of a space for doing music){f} [physics]
acústicamenteacoustically{adv}
acústicoacoustic{adj}
acústicohearing aid{m}
actacertificate{f}
actaelection results{f}
actaminutes{f}
acéticoacetic{adj}
actinioactinium{m}
actitudattitude, disposition, policy{f}
actitudposture, pose, stance{f}
activaciónactivation{f}
activadoactivated, enabled{adj}
activadoractivating{adj}
activadoractivator{m}
activadorafeminine form of activador{f}
activamenteactively{adv}
activarto activate{v}
activarto enable{v}
activarto stimulate{v}
actividadactivity{f}
activismoactivism{m}
activistaactivist{mf}
activoactive{adj}
activotop{adj} [slang, gay sexuality]
activoAny property or material right of an enterprise or individual{m} [accounting]
actínidoactinide{m} [inorganic chemistry]
actoact{m}
actor(person who performs in a theatrical play or movie){m} [l/en, actor]
actor vozvoice actor{m}
actrizactress{f}
actriz vozvoice actor{f}
actuaciónact; acting{f}
actuaciónperformance{f}
actualfactual{adj}
actualactual, real{adj} [philosophy]
actualpresent, current{adj}
actualidadpresent{f}
actualizaciónAn update{f}
actualizarto bring to fruition; to actualize{v}
actualizarto update{v}
actualmenteat present, currently, now, nowadays{adv}
actuarto act, to perform{v}
actuarto actuate{v}
AcuñaSpanish surname{prop}
acuñacióncoining, minting{f}
acuantiarTo set the amount or quantity of{v}
acuaporinaaquaporin{f} [protein]
acuñarto coin (word or expression){v}
acuñarto mint (money){v}
acuarelawatercolors (paint used in watercolor){f} [in the plural]
acuarelawatercolor (artwork){f}
acuarelawatercolor (painting technique){f}
acuarioaquarium{m}
acuartelarto billet{v}
acuartelarto quarter{v}
acuchillarto cut open{v}
acuchillarto knife, to stab (injure or kill by stabbing with a knife){v}
acuchillarto sand, to abrade (the process of using abrasive tools, in particular, on wood){v}
acucianteurgent{adj}
acuciarto encourage or urge on{v}
acuclillarseto squat{vr}
acudir..{v}
acudir(~ a) go to{v}
acueductoaqueduct{m}
acuerdoagreement{m}
acuerdocompromise{m}
a cuerpo de reylike a king{adv} [idiomatic]
a cuestasOn the back or shoulders; piggyback{adv}
acuiculturaaquaculture{f}
aculláyonder{adv}
aculturaciónacculturation{f}
aculturarto acculture and assimilate a different society's habits, especially a more developed one{v}
acuminadoacuminate{adj} [botany, mycology]
acumulaciónaccumulation{f}
acumuladoraccumulator (one who, or that which, accumulates){m}
acumuladorrechargeable battery{m}
acumularto accumulate{v}
acumularseto accumulate{vr}
acunarto cradle{v}
acupunturaacupuncture{f}
acurrucarto tuck in. acurrucame: tuck me in{v}
acurrucarto wrap up{v}
acurrucarseto huddle (away from the cold, etc.){v}
acusaciónaccusation{f}
acusadoaccused{adj}
acusadoaccused{m}
acusadoraccusatory{adj} [legal]
acusadoraccuser{m}
acusadorcomplainant{m} [legal]
acusadorprosecutor{m} [legal]
acusarto accuse, to charge, to indict{v}
acusarto arraign{v}
acusarto criminate{v}
acusarto prosecute{v}
acusativoaccusative{adj}
acuáticoaquatic{adj}
-adaUsed to form words, derived from nouns, corresponding to -ful (as much as something will hold){suffix}
-adaUsed to form words, derived from nouns, indicating a blow with the named object{suffix}
-adaUsed to form words, derived from nouns, signifying a whole{suffix}
-adaUsed to form words indicating abundance or excess{suffix}
-adaUsed to form words indicating action{suffix}
-adaUsed to form words indicating a period of time{suffix}
-adaUsed with a stem to form the feminine singular past participle of regular -are verbs; feminine form of -ado{suffix}
Aídafemale given name{prop}
adagioadagio{adv} [music]
adagioadage (old saying){m}
adagioadagio{m} [music]
adaguarto give water to cattle{v}
Adalbertomale given name, an older form of Alberto ( = Albert){prop}
adalidmilitary commander{m}
AdamAdam{prop}
adamantanoadamantane{m} [organic compound]
adamantediamond{m} [archaic]
adaptabilidadadaptability{f}
adaptable{adj} [l/en, adaptable]
adaptaciónadaptation{f}
adaptadoadapted{adj}
adaptadoradapter{m}
adaptarto adapt, adjust{v}
adaptarto tailor{v}
adaptativoadaptive (able to adapt){adj}
adargaleather shield{f}
adarmeA Spanish peso equivalent to three tomín{m} [historical]
adarmetittle, bit (very small part of something){m}
adarvarto stun, to shock{v}
Addis AbebaAddis Ababa (capital of Ethiopia){prop}
adecentarto tidy; to clean up{v}
adecuadamenteadequately{adv}
adecuadoappropriate, suitable{adj}
adecuadoright{adj}
adecuarto adapt{v}
adefesiougly, ridiculous{adj}
adefesioidiotic action{m}
adefesiougly, ridiculous person or thing{m}
a. de J.C.BC (Before Christ){abbr}
Adelafemale given name, equivalent to English Adela and Adele{prop}
AdelaidaAdelaide, the city in Australia{prop}
Adelaidafemale given name, cognate to Adelaide{prop}
adelantadorash, precipitate (hasty, not careful or considered){adj}
adelantadoA governor of a province; a commander{m}
adelantarto advance{v}
adelantarto improve{v}
adelantarto outstrip{v}
adelantarto overtake (pass a more slowly moving object){v}
adelantarsejump the gun{v}
adelantarseto go forward, reflexive form of adelantar{vr}
adelantarseto take the lead{v}
adelanteforward{adv}
adelanteCome in!{interj}
adelanteGo ahead!{interj}
adelantoadvance (anticipated payment){m}
adelantodown payment (anticipated payment made to secure a purchase){m}
adelantoprogress{m}
adelfaoleander{f}
adelgazarto lose weight{v}
adelgazarto make thin or slender{v}
adelgazarto refine, to purify{v}
adelgazarseto become thin or slender; to lose weight{v}
Adeliafemale given name, a variant of Adela{prop}
Adelinafemale given name, diminutive of Adela, equivalent to English Adeline{prop}
ademángesture{m}
ademánmanners{m} [in the plural]
ademánposture, position{m}
ademásin addition; furthermore{adv}
adenilatoadenylate{m}
adeninaadenine{f} [organic compound]
adenitisadenitis{f}
adenínadenine{adj}
adeno-adeno-{prefix}
adenoideadenoid{f} [chiefly, in the plural]
adenoidectomíaadenoidectomy{f}
adenologíaadenology{f}
adenosinaadenosine{f} [organic compound]
adenosínadenosine{adj}
adenosín trifosfatoadenosine triphosphate, ATP{m}
adentroinside{adv}
adentro deinto{prep}
adeptosupporter{m}
adequadamenteobsolete form of adecuadamente{adv}
adequadoobsolete form of adecuado{adj}
adereçarobsolete form of aderezar{v}
aderezadofavourable{adj}
aderezarto dress (for cooking, etc.){v}
aderezoseasoning{m}
adeudarto debit, charge{vt} [ditransitive]
adeudarto owe{vt} [ditransitive]
adherirto adhere, stick{v}
adhesiónadhesion{f}
adhesivoadhesive{adj}
adhesivoadhesive{m}
adhesivosticker{m}
adhocraciaadhocracy{f}
adicciónaddiction{adjf}
adiciónaddition{f}
adicióncheck (in a restaurant, etc.){f} [Latin America]
adicionaladditional{adj}
adicionalmenteadditionally{adv}
adicionarto add (numbers){v}
adictafeminine form of adicto{f}
adictivoaddictive{adj}
adictoaddicted{adj}
adictoaddict{m}
adiestramientodressage{m}
adiestramientopractice, training{m}
adiestrarto train{v}
a diestro y siniestroleft, right and centre{adv} [idiomatic]
adineradoaffluent{adj}
adineradowealthy{adj}
adinerarto enrich (make wealthy){vr} [colloquial]
adiositodiminutive form of adiós{m}
a Dios rogando y con el mazo dandoGod helps those who help themselves{proverb}
adipatoadipate{m} [organic compound]
adiponectinaadiponectin{f} [protein]
adiposidadadiposity{f}
adiósgoodbye, farewell{interj}
aditivoadditive{m}
adivejackal{m}
adivinafeminine form of adivino{f}
adivinaciónforesight, guessing{f}
adivinadordivining, foretelling (attributive){adj}
adivinadorguessing, guesswork (attributive){adj}
adivinadordiviner, foreteller{m}
adivinadorguesser{m}
adivinadorafeminine form of adivinador{f}
adivinanzaforesight{f}
adivinanzariddle{f}
adivinarto divine or foretell{v}
adivinarto guess{v}
adivinoseer{m}
adjetivaladjectival{adj}
adjetivoadjective, a word that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun{m} [grammar]
adjetivo cardinalA cardinal numeral{m}
adjudicarto adjudge, assign, award, appropriate{v}
adjuntarTo enclose, to attach (as in correspondence, e-mail){v}
adjuntoattached{adj}
adjustableadjustable, regulable{adj}
ad líbitumad lib, ad libitum{adv}
adúlterafeminine form of adúltero{f}
adúlteroadulterous{adj}
adúlteroadulterer{m}
administraciónadministration, or running of a business or organisation{f}
administradoradministrator{m}
administrarTo administer{v}
administrativamenteadministratively{adv}
administrativoadministrative{adj}
admirable{adj} [l/en, admirable]
admiraciónadmiration{f}
admiradoradmirer{m}
admiradorafeminine form of admirador{f}
admirarto admire{v}
admirativoadmiring{adj}
admisibleadmissible{adj}
admisiónadmission, acknowledgment{f}
admisiónadmittance{f}
admisiónapproval, admission{f}
admisiónintake{f}
admitirto accept, to admit, to agree to, to concede{v}
admitirto admit, to let in{v}
admitirto permit, to allow{v}
admoniciónadmonition{f}
Adánmale given name. Spanish equivalent of Adam{prop}
AdénAden (seaport of Yemen){prop}
ADNDNA{initialism} [biology, genetics]
adnatoadnate{adj} [botany, mycology]
adóndeto where{adv} [interrogative]
-adoSuffix indicating the past participle of regular -ar verbs{suffix}
adobarto marinate{v}
adobeadobe{m}
adoboA delicacy of marinated meat{m}
adolecerto suffer{v}
adolescenciaadolescence{f}
adolescenteteenager{mf}
AdolfitoA diminutive of the male given name Adolfo{prop}
Adolfomale given name, the Spanish equivalent of Adolph{prop}
adoloridopainful, aching (afflicted or suffering with pain){adj} [Latin America]
Adolpho.{prop} [given name, male, ]
adondewhere{adv}
adondewhereto{adv}
adondequierawherever, anywhere{adv}
adopciónadoption{f}
adoptableadoptable{adj}
adoptadafeminine form of adoptado{f}
adoptadoadopted{adj}
adoptadoadoptive{adj}
adoptadoadoptee{m}
adoptarto adopt{vt}
adoquinadopaved{adj}
adoquinarto pave{v}
adoquínidiot, blockhead{m} [colloquial]
adoquínpaving stone, flagstone{m}
-adorForm of -dor attached to -ar verb stems. Forms (usually agent) nouns and adjectives{suffix}
-adorafeminine form of -ador{suffix}
adorable{adj} [l/en, adorable]
adoraciónadoration{f}
adoradoradmirer{m}
adoradoradorer{m}
adoradorworshiper{m}
adoraradore, worship{v}
adormecerTo make numb{v}
adormecerTo make sleepy, or lull{v}
adormecerseTo go numb (part of the body){vr}
adormecerseTo go to sleep, or doze off{vr}
adormecidosleepy, dozy, drowsy{adj}
adornarto adorn{v}
adornoadornment{m}
adosadatownhouse{f}
adosadoUsually of houses and buildings: adjacent and touching, contiguous, attached{adj}
a dos velasbroke, penniless{adv}
adípicoadipic{adj}
adquirirto acquire{vt}
adquirirto buy{vt}
adquisiciónprocurement; acquisition{f}
adquisitivoacquisitive{adj}
adredeon purpose{adv}
adrenalectomíaadrenalectomy{f}
adrenalinaadrenaline{f}
adrenocorticotropoadrenocorticotropic{adj}
adrenérgicoadrenergic{adj}
Adrianafemale given name, cognate to English Adriana{prop}
AdrianoHadrian (emperor){prop}
Adrianomale given name, cognate to Adrian; more popular in the form Adrián{prop}
Adriánmale given name; the Spanish equivalent of Adrian{prop}
adscribirto designate, to assign{v}
aduanacustoms (office that taxes imported goods){f}
aducciónadduction{f}
aducirto allege, adduce, cite, give as proof{v}
aductoradductor{m} [anatomy]
aductor corto del musloadductor brevis{m}
aductor corto del pulgarabductor pollicis brevis{m}
aductor del meñiqueabductor minimi digiti{m}
aductor del pulgaradductor pollicis{m}
aductor mayor del musloadductor magnus{m}
aductor mediano del musloadductor longus{m}
aductor menoradductor brevis{m}
adueñarto become a master of something{v}
adueñarto dominate a group{v}
adueñarseto appropriate, to take ownership{v}
adujarTo coil a rope or cable{v}
aduladoradulator, sycophant{m}
aduladorafeminine form of adulador{f}
adularto flatter{v}
adulteraciónadulteration (The action of adulterating){f}
adulterarto adulterate{v}
adulterioadultery{m}
adultezadulthood{f}
adultoadult{adj}
adultoadult{m}
-aduraForm of -dura used with -ar verbs to form nouns{suffix}
a duras penasbarely, hardly{adv} [idiomatic]
advenedizafeminine form of advenedizo{f}
advenedizoupstart{adj}
advenedizoupstart, social climber{m}
advenimientocoming, advent{m}
advenirto arrive{vi}
advenirto happen{vi}
adventureroA thrillseeker or adventuresome person{m}
adverbial{adj} [l/en, adverbial]
adverbioadverb (lexical category){m}
adversarioadversary{m}
adversidadadversity, misfortune, difficulty{f}
adversoadverse{adj}
advertenciaadvice{f}
advertenciaremark{f}
advertenciawarning{f}
advertirto notice something{v}
advertirto warn{v}
advientoadvent{m}
adyacenciaadjacency (quality of being adjacent){f} [countable and uncountable]
adyacenteadjacent{adj}
AECBCE. Antes de la Era Común{initialism}
aedaalternative form of aedo{m}
aedobard, poet{m} [historical]
añejarto age{v}
añejoaged (of or pertaining to food, such as cheese or alcoholic spirits){adj}
aerarto air (bring something into contact with the air){v}
aeróbicoaerobic{adj}
aeródromoairfield{m}
aero-aero-{prefix}
aerobioaerobic{adj}
aerobioaerobe{m}
aerodeslizadorhovercraft{m}
aerodinámicaaerodynamics{f}
aerodinámicoaerodynamic, aerodynamical{adj}
aeroespacialPertaining to Earth's atmosphere and low space; aerospace;{adj}
aerofagiaaerophagy{f} [pathology]
aerológicoaerologic, aerological{adj}
aeroligeromicrolight{m}
aerolíneaairline{f}
aerologíaaerology{f}
aeromozaflight attendant, airline stewardess{f} [Latin America]
aeronautaaeronaut, airman, pilot{n}
aeronaveaircraft{f}
aeronaveairship{f}
aeronáuticaaeronautics{f}
aeronáuticoaeronautic{adj}
aeropiratahijacker{m} [aviation]
aeroplanoaeroplane (airplane, a winged aircraft){m} [dated]
aeroportuariorelating to airports{adj}
aeropuertoairport{m}
aerotransportadoairborne{adj}
afabilidadaffability{f}
afableaffable, friendly{adj}
afablementeaffably{adv}
afamadofamous{adj}
afanarto steal, pinch{v} [colloquial]
afanarto be busy{v}
afanarto work hard{v}
afanarseto toil, to work hard{vr}
afearto make ugly{v}
afecciónA complaint, usually medical or legal{f}
afecciónA medical condition, or disorder{f}
afectaciónaffectation{f}
afectarto affect{v}
afectoaffection{m}
afectofondness{m}
afectuosamenteaffectionately{adv}
afectuosoaffectionate{adj}
afeitadoshave{m}
afeitadoraelectric shaver, electric razor{f}
afeitarto shave{v}
afeitarseto shave (oneself){v}
afelioaphelion{m} [astronomy]
afeminadamenteeffeminately{adv}
afeminadoeffeminate{adj}
afeminarto feminize (to become feminine){vr}
afeminarto feminize (to make feminine){vt}
aferrarto catch, to hook{v}
aferrarto seize{v}
affidávitaffidavit{m}
afganafeminine form of afgano{f}
AfganistánAfghanistan{prop}
afganoAfghan (of or relating to Afghanistan){adj}
afganoAfghan (person){adj}
afganoAfghan (person from Afghanistan){m}
AFIAgencia Federal de Investigación of Mexico{acronym}
AFIAlfabeto Fonético Internacional; IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet){acronym}
afianzamientoreinforcement{m}
afianzarto make certain; to clinch something{v}
afianzarto support, to sustain{v}
aficheposter (advertisement){m} [Latin America]
aficiónhobby{f}
aficiónpersistence, determination, zeal{f}
aficionadafeminine form of aficionado{f}
aficionadoamateur{adj}
aficionadofond{adj}
aficionadoamateur{m}
aficionadofan{m}
afijoaffix{m}
afiladosharp{adj}
afiladocut, edge (of knives){m}
afiladosharpening (of knives){m}
afilarto fuck{vr} [colloquial, Chile]
afilarto sharpen{vt}
afiliaciónaffiliation{f}
afiliadaaffiliate{f}
afiliadoaffiliate{m}
afiliadomember{m}
afiliarto affiliate{v}
afimarto aim{v}
afinarto refine{v}
afincarto take up residence, settle{vi}
afinidadaffinity{f}
afirmaciónclaim or statement of something believed to be true{f}
afirmarto state{v}
afirmativoaffirmative{adj}
aflicciónaffliction{f}
aflicciónsorrow{f}
afligimientoaffliction{m}
afligirto afflict{v}
aflojarto loosen{v}
aflorarto emerge{v}
aflorarto sift{v}
a flor de pielJust under the surface{adv}
a flor de pielOn the surface. exposed{adv}
afluenciainflow, influx{f}
afluenteaffluent, abundant{adj}
afluenteflowing{adj}
afluenteaffluent (tributary){m}
afluirto flow into{v}
afándesire{m}
afáneffort{m}
afínaffine{adj}
afónicohoarse{adj}
afónicowithout voice or sound{adj}
a fondothoroughly, in depth{adv}
aforismoaphorism (short phrase conveying some principle or concept of thought){m}
aforrarto slap{vt} [South America]
aforrarto line, cover the inside{vt}
aforísticoaphoristic{adj}
afortunadamentefortunately; luckily{adv}
afortunadoWith fortune; lucky{adj}
afrentaafront{f}
afrentarto affront{v}
afrentosoinsulting{adj}
aféresisapheresis{f} [medicine, linguistics]
africanafeminine form of africano, African woman{f}
africanoAfrican (of, or pertaining to Africa){adj}
africanoAfrican (person){m}
afrikaansAfrikaans (language){prop}
afrikáansAfrikaans (language){m}
afrodisíacoaphrodisiac{adj}
afrodisíacoaphrodisiac{m}
afrodisiacoaphrodisiac{adj}
afrodisiacoaphrodisiac{m}
AfroditaAphrodite{prop}
afrontarto confront{v}
afrontarto defy{v}
afrontarto face{v}
aftaaphthous ulcer{f} [pathology]
afueraoutside{adv}
afuerasoutskirts{fp}
AGabbreviation of Aguascalientes (Mexican state){abbr}
agachadizasnipe (bird){f}
agachadostooped, with a stoop{adj}
agacharto bend down{vr}
agacharto duck{vr}
agacharto lower{v}
agacharsereflexive form of agachar{vr}
agallagill{f}
aganchado, hooklike{adj} [l/en, hamiform]
Agapitomale given name{prop}
agaragar{m}
AgarHagar (Biblical character){prop}
agar-agaragar{m}
agaragaragar{m}
agarradostingy{adj}
agarrarto grab or take hold of{v}
agasajarto wine and dine{v}
agateadortreecreeper{m}
agauchadogaucho-like person{adj}
agave{m} [l/en, agave]
agazaparto seize{v} [colloquial]
agenciaagency{f}
agenciarto procure{v}
agendaAn agenda{f}
agenteagent{mf}
agentepoliceman, policewoman, police officer{mf}
agente encubiertomole, undercover officer{m}
agente inmobiliariorealtor{m}
agüeroforecast, prediction{m}
agigantadoexaggerated{adj}
agigantarto exaggerate{v}
agilidadagility{f}
agilizarto speed up, quicken{v}
AgirreSpanish surname{prop}
agüitaa small amount of water{m}
agüitadiminutive of agua{m}
agitaciónrestlessness, agitation{f}
agitaciónsocial or political unrest{f}
agitadohectic{adj}
agitadorough (sea){adj}
agitadoupset{adj}
agitadoragitator{m}
agitadoraagitator{f}
agitarto shake{v}
agitarto wave{v}
agüitarseto become saddened{v} [El Salvador, Mexico]
aglutinanteagglutinative{adj}
aglutinarto agglutinate{v}
aglutinarto join; bring together{v}
agónicodying; near death{adj}
agnosticismoagnosticism (view that the existence of a God or gods is unknown, unknowable, unproven, or unprovable){m}
agnósticoagnostic{adj}
agnósticoagnostic{m}
agobiadocareworn{adj}
agobiadoexhausted, tired{adj}
agobiarto annoy, to bother{v}
agobiarto overwhelm, to anguish{v}
agobiarto tire, fatigue{v}
agolparto crowd together{vr} [agolparse]
agolparto knock together, bang about together{vr} [agolparse]
agoníaagony{f}
agonistaagonistic{adj}
agonistaagonist{m}
agonistaagonistic muscle{m} [anatomy]
agonizantedying{adj}
agonizarto agonize{v}
agoranow{adv} [obsolete]
agoraA marketplace, especially in Classical Greece{f}
agoraA place for gathering{f}
agorafobiaagoraphobia{f}
agorarTo predict or announce something, especially a misfortune{v}
agostoAugust{m}
agotadoout of stock, sold out{adj}
agotadotired, exhausted, worn out{adj}
agotadortiring, exhausting{adj}
agotamientodepletion{m}
agotamientoexhaustion{m}
agotarto run out{vr} [agotarse]
agotarto exhaust or deplete{v}
agraciadamentegracefully{adv}
agraciadoattractive, good-looking{adj} [of a person]
agraciadolucky, fortunate{adj} [of a person]
agraciadowinning{adj} [of a person]
agraciadowinner; one who is fortunate{m}
agradableagreeable, pleasant{adj}
agradablementeagreeably{adv}
agradarto please{v}
agradecerto be grateful for{v}
agradecerto thank{v}
agradecidograteful{adj}
agradecimientogratitude{m}
agradopleasure{m}
agramaticalungrammatical{adj}
agrandarto increase or enlarge{v}
agrarioagrarian{adj}
agrarioagricultural{adj}
agravamientoaggravation{m}
agravarto aggravate{v}
agraviarto insult{v}
agraviarto offend, outrage, hurt, wrong{v}
agraviooffense, grievance, wrongdoing{m}
agrazunpleasant, disagreeable{adj}
agrazred-berried mistletoe (Viscum cruciatum){m}
agrazredcurrant (Ribes rubrum){m}
agrazverjuice{m}
agrícolaagricultural{adj}
agredirto assault, attack{vt}
agregaciónaggregation{f}
agregadoside dish{m}
agregarto add, collect, aggregate, collate, gather{v}
agresiónaggression{f}
agresivamenteaggressively{adv}
agresividadaggressiveness{f}
agresivoaggressive{adj}
agresoraggressor{m}
agresorafeminine form of agresor{f}
agriarto sour, embitter{v}
agricultorfarmer{m}
agriculturaagriculture, farming{f}
agridulcesweet and sour; bittersweet{adj}
agrietadocracky, fissured (having lots of cracks){adj}
agrietarto crack{v}
agrimensorsurveyor{m}
agriosour{adj}
agrónomoagronomist (scientist specialized in agronomy){m}
agroindustriaagroindustry{f}
agronomíaagronomy{f}
agropecuarioOf or relating to agriculture and cattle raising{adj}
agrupacióngroup{f}
agruparto group together{v}
aguariver, stream{f} [archaic]
aguabody of water{f}
aguarain{f}
aguaurine{f} [slang, plural]
aguawater{f}
agua benditaholy water{f} [Christianity]
aguacateavocado{m}
aguacateavocado tree{m}
aguacerodownpour{m}
aguachileA watery chili-based broth{m} [Mexico]
aguacildragonfly{m} [Argentina, Uruguay]
agua de jamaicaA tisane made from the roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) sepals; hibiscus tea{m}
agua de marseawater{f}
agua destiladadistilled water{f}
aguadoboring (a promenade, ride, day, which are masculine is Spanish){adj}
aguadoflaccid, weak (a belly, muscle, penis){adj}
aguadowatery{adj}
aguadowith broth (a stew){adj}
aguadorwater carrier{m}
aguadorwater seller{m}
aguadorafeminine form of aguador{f}
agua dulcefresh water{m}
agua embotelladabottled water{f}
aguafiestaswet blanket, spoilsport, party pooper{mf}
aguaitarto wait{v} [Latin America]
aguaitarto look{v}
aguaitarto observe{v}
aguaitarto pay attention, take care{v}
aguaitarto spy on{v}
aguamanilwashbowl, wash stand{m}
aguamanilwater jug, ewer{m}
aguamarinaaquamarine (color){f}
aguamarinaaquamarine (gemstone){f}
aguamielmead{f}
aguamielagave nectar{m} [Mexico]
agua mineralmineral water{n}
aguantarTo hold (a posture){v}
aguantarTo not complain; to keep silent{v}
aguantarTo put up with, tolerate or bear{v}
aguantarTo take{v}
aguantepatience, tolerance{m}
aguanteperseverance{m}
aguanteresistance, strength{m}
aguanteraGlove box; glove compartment; the passenger side storage compartment in an automobile{f}
agua oxigenadahydrogen peroxide{f} [inorganic compound]
aguapanelaAguapanela, a drink native to southern Central America and northern South America which is an infusion made from panela. Panela is a solid cake produced from sugarcane syrup by heating the juice (guarapo) until it thickens, then it is poured into moulds and left to set up. When a panela is dissolved in hot water, it makes aguapanela, which is commonly mixed with milk and coffee or with a serving of soft cheese in it{f}
agua potabledrinking water{f}
agua que no has de beber, déjala correrdon't enter your nose into the affairs of others, mind your own business, mind your own beeswax{proverb}
aguarto water{v}
aguardarto wait, to expect{v}
aguardiente(hard) liquor, booze{m}
agua regiaaqua regia (extremely powderful mixture of acids){f}
aguarrásturpentine{m}
aguasbe careful!{interj}
aguaspay attention!{interj}
agua saladaseawater{m}
agua salobrebrackish water, brackishwater{f}
aguascalentenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Aguascalientes{adj}
AguascalientesA state of Mexico{prop}
AguascalientesIts capital city{prop}
agudezasharpness{f}
agudizarto sharpen{v}
agudoHaving the voiced accent on the last syllable{adj} [grammatical]
agudosharp{adj}
agudowitty{adj}
aguijadaprod, cattle prod (device used to goad animals into moving){f}
aguijarto goad, to incite{v}
aguijarto hurry{v}
aguijarto urge on{v}
aguijónspur{m}
aguijónsting of an insect{m}
aguijónthorn of a plant{m}
AguilarSpanish surname{prop}
aguileñoaquiline{adj}
aguileraThe nest of an eagle; eyrie{f}
aguiluchoeaglet{m}
aguiluchohawk, kite{m}
agujaspire, steeple{f} [architecture]
agujahand (of a clock){f}
agujafiring pin{f} [military]
agujaneedle{f}
agujaVenus' comb{f} [plants]
aguja colinegraThe black-tailed godwit. A freshwater bird{f}
aguja colipintaThe bar-tailed godwit, a type of bird{f}
agujereadopierced{adj}
agujerearto pierce or puncture{v}
agujerohole{m}
agujeropincushion{m}
agujero blancowhite hole{m}
agujero de ozonoozone hole{m}
agujero gloriosoglory hole (sexual device){f}
agujero negroblack hole{m}
agujero negro supermasivosupermassive black hole{m} [astronomy]
agujetasStiffness; especially pain from over-exertion; muscle fatigue{fp}
agujónneedlefish{m}
agujónredstem filaree{m}
agusanadoworm-eaten{adj}
Agustinafemale given name{prop}
Agustínmale given name{prop}
aguzarto incite{v}
aguzarto sharpen{v}
aguzarto stare at{v}
ahíthere: used to designate a place near the listener{adv}
ahah (expression of relief, realization, awe){interj}
ahoh (expression of woe, grief){interj}
aherrumbrarto rust{v}
ahijadogodchild{m}
ahijarto procreate{vi}
ahijarto sprout{vi}
ahijarto adopt someone's child{vt}
ahijarto misattribute credit or blame{vt}
ahilarto line up{v}
ahincarto hurry up{vr}
ahincarto urge{vt}
ahitarto satiate{v}
ahitarto surfeit{v}
ahíncoeffort, zeal, determination{m}
ahogarto drown (be suffocated in water){vr}
ahogarto suffocate (suffer or die from severely reduced oxygen){vr}
ahogarto drown (kill by immersion in water){vt}
ahogarto stifle{vt}
ahogoanguish{m}
ahogorespiratory distress{m}
ahogosuffocation{m}
ahondarto delve deeply{vi}
ahondarto deepen{vtr}
ahoranow{adv}
ahoranow{conj}
ahora mismoright now, just now, immediately{adv}
ahorcadohanged person{m}
ahorcadohangman (word game){m}
ahorcarto hang{v}
ahorcarto lynch{v}
ahoritanow, right now{adv} [colloquial]
ahorititajust now{adv}
ahorititaright now{adv}
ahorititavery soon{adv}
ahormarto adjust{v}
ahormarto break in{v}
ahormarto fit, to shape, to mold{v}
ahorrarto save (to conserve or prevent the wasting of){vt}
ahorrarto save (to store for future use){vt}
ahorrosaving{m}
ahorrossavings{mp}
ahítofull, satiated{adj}
ahítosuffering from indigestion{adj}
ahítoindigestion{m}
ahuateA slender, hairlike thorn (villus) such as that of the cornstalk or sugar cane{m} [Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua]
ahuecarto hollow out{vt}
ahuehueteMontezuma cypress (Taxodium mucronatum){m}
a huevovery cheap{adj} [colloquial, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador]
a huevoobligatory, forced{adj} [colloquial, vulgar, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico]
a huevoobligatedly, forcedly (colloquial, vulgar){adv} [colloquial, vulgar, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico]
ahuevonadodazed{adj} [Chile]
ahuevonadostupid{adj} [Chile] [vulgar]
ahuitónCoward{m} [San Antonio]
ahuizoteahuitzotl, an Aztec mythological creature{m}
ahuizotean annoying person; pest, nuisance{m} [colloquial, Honduras, Mexico]
ahuizoteomen, bewitchment, spell{m} [dialectal, Central America, Mexico]
ahumadosmoked{adj} [culinary]
ahumadosmoke-flavoured{adj} [culinary]
ahumadosmoked, tinted (of glass){adj} [technics]
ahumarto smoke (apply smoke to, for example food){vt}
ahuyamapumpkin{f} [Colombia]
ahuyentarto run away{vr}
ahuyentarto chase away, drive away{vt}
añicosshards, smithereens, pieces{mp}
aifonearto call using an iPhone or other smartphone{v} [colloquial]
añilindigo (blue dye){m}
añilindigo (colour){m}
añiltrue indigo, indigo plant (Indigofera tinctoria1){m}
aimarápertaining to the Aymara tribe{adj}
aimaráthe Aymara language{f}
aimaráthe Aymara tribe{f}
Aimarmale given name{prop}
aimaraAymara{adj}
aimaraAymara (indigenous person of South America){mf}
aimaraAymara (language){prop}
Ainhoafemale given name{prop}
ainuAinu (pertaining to the language or people){adj}
ainuAn Ainu person{mf}
ainuThe Ainu language{m}
airadamenteangrily; irately{adv}
airadoangry, irate{adj}
airarto anger{v}
aireair{m}
airesolenodon{m}
aireaciónaeration (the circulation of air){f}
airearto get some fresh air{vr}
airearto air{v}
airesairs; an affected manner intended to impress others{mp}
airosograceful{adj}
aisladoisolated{adj}
aislamientoinsulation{m}
aislamientoisolation{m}
aislanteinsulation{adj}
aislanteisolating{adj}
aislanteinsulator{m}
aislanteisolation{m}
aislarto isolate, to separate, to quarantine{v}
añitodiminutive form of año{m}
Aitormale given name{prop}
ajáaha{interj}
ajíchili{m}
ajadofrayed{adj}
ajarto fade, wither{vtr} [and]
ají criolloAn Ecuadoran hot sauce made from ajís{m}
ají criolloA variety of hot pepper (Capsicum){m}
-ajeForms masculine nouns expressing an action, quantity, location, period of time, etc{suffix}
ajedreasavory (herb){f}
ajedrecistachess player{mf}
ajedrezchess{m}
ajedrezadocheckered{adj}
ajenjowormwood{m}
ajenodistant; alien{adj}
ajenoof others, belonging to someone else{adj}
ajiaceiteA liquid mixture of ground garlic and cooking oil{m}
ajogarlic{m}
ajoprofanity{m}
ajoloteaxolotl{m}
ajolotetadpole{m} [Mexico]
ajonjolísesame (plant){m}
ajonjolísesame seed{m}
ajuardowry, trousseau{m}
ajuararto furnish{v}
ajustableadjustable{adj}
ajustadoadjusted{adj}
ajustadotight, tight-fitting{adj}
ajustarto adjust{v}
ajusteadjustment{m}
ajusticiarTo execute{v}
ajusticiarTo sentence to death{v}
alácome on! let's go!{interj}
aláhey!{interj}
aláwow!{interj}
al(in front of the infinitive of a verb) as soon as, when, upon{conj}
alóhello, commonly used when answering the telephone{interj}
al(contraction of a el) at the, to the{prep}
-alIn adjectives, indicating relation{suffix}
-alIn nouns, indicating a place where something is grown{suffix}
AláAllah (God’s name in Islam){prop}
ALAmérica Latina{abbr}
alawing{f}
Alabama{prop} [l/en, Alabama]
alabanciosoboastful{adj}
alabanciosobraggart{m}
alabanzapraise{f}
alabarto praise{v}
alabardahalberd (hand weapon){f}
alabarderohalberdier{m}
alabeadowarped, bent{adj}
alabearto warp{v}
a la buena de Dioscasually; as God wills{phrase}
a la buena de Dioshaphazardly{phrase}
a la buena de Dioswithout any preparation{phrase}
a la buena de Dioswithout thought or reflection{phrase}
alacenalocker; wardrobe set in a wall{f}
alacridadalacrity{f}
alacránscorpion{m}
ala deltahang gliding{m}
aladowinged{adj}
alajúA sweet paste of almonds, nuts and bread crumbs mixed with spices and honey{m} [Spain]
alajúA traditional confection made by spreading this paste between two wafers{m} [Spain]
al albedríovoluntarily, of one's own free will{adv}
al alimónjointly, together{adv}
alambicarto complicate excessively{v}
alambicarto distill{v}
alambicarto scrutinize, to examine closely{v}
alambiquestill (device for distilling liquids){m}
alambradawire fence{f} [Latin America]
alambradowire fence{m} [Latin America]
alambradowire net{m}
alambradowiring{m}
alambrewire{m}
alambre de púasbarbed wire, barbwire{m}
alamedaavenue (with poplars){f}
alancearto spear{v}
alaninaalanine{f} [amino acid]
alanomastiff, wolfhound{m}
alantoideoallantoid{adj} [mycology]
a la postrein the end{adv}
alaracopeevish, complaining, whining person{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
alaracocomplainer, whiner, crybaby{m} [Chile, colloquial]
alardeboast, brag{m}
alardelarge display{m}
alardemilitary parade, inspection, display{m}
alardereview{m}
alardearto boast, brag{v}
alargadorextension cord{m}
alargarto lengthen{v}
alargarto stretch, to extend{v}
alaridoclamor, shriek{m}
alarmaalarm{f}
alarmadoalarmed{adj}
alarmadoconcerned{adj}
alarmantescary, frightening{adj}
alarmarto alarm{v}
alarmistaalarmed{adj}
Alaska{prop} [l/en, Alaska]
a la vezat once; at a time; at the same time{adv} [idiomatic]
alavésFrom Álava{adj}
alazánsorrel-colored, chestnut-colored, reddish-brown{adj}
alazánsorrel-colored horse{m}
alazorsafflower{m}
albadawn{f}
Albafemale given name of modern usage from alba{prop}
AlbaSpanish surname from place names of obscure origin{prop}
albaceatestamentary executor, administrator{mf} [legal]
AlbaceteAlbacete{prop}
albacoraswordfish (Xiphias gladius){f}
albahacabasil (plant or culinary herb){f}
albañilmason, bricklayer{m}
albanesafeminine form of albanés{f}
Albania{prop} [l/en, Albania]
albanoAlbanian (of a person, from or native to Albania){adj}
Albanomale given name. Spanish equivalent to Alban{prop}
albanésAlbanian (from or native to Albania){adj}
albanésAlbanian (pertaining to Albania){adj}
albanésan Albanian person (male){m}
albanésthe Albanian language{prop}
albaricoqueapricot{m}
albaricoqueroapricot tree{m}
albatrosalbatross{m}
albedríowill (intent){m}
albercaswimming pool{m} [Latin America]
albercapool{m}
albergarto house, shelter, lodge{v}
albergoburrow, den{m}
albergoshelter{m}
alberguehostel{m}
Albertomale given name, equivalent to Albert{prop}
albinismoalbinism{m}
albinoalbino, albinistic: congenitally lacking melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); afflicted with albinism{adj}
albinoalbino: person or animal congenitally lacking melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes, and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes); one afflicted with albinism{m}
albéitarfarrier who can also cure minor animal (especially equine) illnesses, veterinarian{m}
albúminaalbumin{f} [protein]
albóndigameatball{f}
albowhite{adj}
alboradasunrise{f}
alborearto dawn{vi} [impersonal]
albornoz(Spain) bathrobe{m}
alborotadoexcited, in disarray{adj}
alborotadortroublemaker, agitator, tearaway{m}
alborotarto disturb, tease (provoke or disturb){v}
alborotarto excite{v}
alborotarto infect, ballyhoo (make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion){v}
alborotarto stir up, agitate{v}
alborotodisturbance{m}
alborotouproar{m}
alborozogaiety{m}
alborozojoy, jubilation, delight{m}
albudecaTasteless or watery melon{f}
alburbleak (fish); dace{m}
alcaauk{f}
al cabo deafter (a period of time){prep}
alcachofaartichoke{f}
alcahuetegossip (person){m}
alcahuetepanderer{m}
alcahuetepimp (prostitution solicitor){m}
alcaideadministrator of royal property{m}
alcaidecommander of the defense of a castle{m}
alcaidewarden; administrator of a prison{m}
alcaldíaA city government{f}
alcaldíaCity hall; the building in which a city government is located{f}
alcaldean official such as an administrator, mayor, or judge (Spanish, Southwestern U.S.){m}
alcaldemayor{m}
alcaldesaThe mayor's wife{f} [colloquial]
alcaldesafeminine form of alcalde, female mayor{f}
alcalinoalkaline{adj}
alcaloidealkaloid{m} [organic chemistry]
alcancíacashbox{f}
alcancíacollection (at a church){f}
alcancíapiggy bank{f}
alcancereach, range, scope{m}
alcandorasignal flare, beacon{f}
alcanforcamphor{m}
alcanforarto camphorate{v}
alcanoalkane{m} [organic compound]
alcantarillasewer{f}
alcantarilladosewer{m}
alcanzableattainable; achievable{adj}
alcanzarto be enough; to suffice{vi}
alcanzarto reach; to attain or achieve{vt}
alcaparracaper (plant or fruit){f}
alcaparrocaper (plant){m}
alcaraveacaraway (plant, seed){f} [botany]
alcaravánstone curlew{m}
alcatrazgannet (bird){m}
alcatrazlily{m}
alcatrazcalla lily{m} [Mexico]
alcatrazarum (Arum){m} [plants]
alcayatameat hook{f}
alcayataspike{f}
alcayotaspaghetti squash{f}
alcazuzliquorice{m}
alceelk{m}
alcistaupward, rising, bull-, bullish{adj} [finance]
alcobabedroom{f}
alcohólica(female) alcoholic{f}
alcohólicoalcoholic{adj}
alcohólicoalcoholic{m}
alcoholalcohol{m}
alcoholkohl, stibnite{m} [cosmetics]
alcoholgalena{m} [mineral]
alcohol amílicoamyl alcohol{m} [organic compound]
alcoholismoalcoholism{m}
alcoholímetrobreathalyzer{m}
al contrarioon the contrary{adv}
al contrarioreverse{adv}
al contrariounlike{adv}
alcorquetree grating (metal covering around the base of a tree, usually on a sidewalk){m}
alcorquetree well (ridge of soil around a tree to conserve water){m}
alcotestbreathalyzer{n} [Chile]
alóctonoallochthonous{adj}
alícuotaaliquot (contained an integral number of times){adj}
alícuotaaliquot{f}
alcurnialineage, blood{f}
alcuzaoil container, oil jar (kitchen utensil){f}
alcuzcuzcouscous{m}
alcázarcitadel, castle, fortified town{m}
aldabadoorknocker{f}
aldabatits, knockers{f} [in the plural, slang]
aldabonazocall to attention{m}
aldabonazodoor knock; a hit with a doorknocker{m}
aldeavillage{f}
aldeanafeminine form of aldeano{f}
aldeanorural{adj}
aldeanorustic{adj}
aldeanovillager, countryman{m}
aldehídicoaldehydic{adj}
aldehídoaldehyde{m} [chemistry]
aldehuelahamlet, small village{f}
ALDFAsamblea Legislativa del Distrito Federal{abbr}
alditolalditol{m} [organic compound]
aldónicoaldonic{adj}
aldolasaaldolase{f} [enzyme]
aldosaaldose{f}
aleaciónalloy{f}
aleaciónalloying{f}
alearto alloy{v}
alearto ally{v}
aleatoriorandom, aleatory{adj}
alebrestarto excite{v}
alebrijeA brightly colored Mexican handicraft sculpture of an animal or fantastical creature{m} [Mexico]
aleccionarto teach{v}
aleccionarto train{v}
aledañobordering{adj}
alefrizmortise, rabbet (on the keel or stem){m} [nautical]
alegaciónallegation{f}
alegarto complain{vi}
alegarto cite as a defence or justification for one's actions{vt}
alegatoallegation{m}
alegatoargument{m}
alegatoplea{m}
alegoríaallegory{f}
alegríajoy, happiness{f}
alegranzajoyfulness, happiness{f} [rare]
alegrarto be glad{vr}
alegrarto be happy{vr}
alegrarto make happy{vt}
alegrarse(reflexive form of alegrar) to be happy{vr}
alegrea bit drunk{adj} [colloquial]
alegrehappy{adj}
alegrejoyful{adj}
alegrementehappily, merrily{adv}
alegóricamenteallegorically{adv}
alegóricoallegorical{adj}
AleixandreSpanish surname{prop} [rare]
alejadofar, faraway, distant{adj}
alejamientodistance{m}
alejamientodistancing{m}
alejamientoestrangement{m}
Alejandrafemale given name, cognate to Alexandra{prop}
AlejandríaAlexandria (city){prop}
Alejandromale given name{prop}
alejarto remove{v}
alejarseto move away, distance oneself{v}
alelopatíaallelopathy{f}
aleluyahallelujah{interj}
alemanafeminine form of alemán{f}
AlemaniaGermany (county){prop}
alemánGerman (relating to Germany or to the German language){adj}
alemánGerman (inhabitant of Germany or person from German descent){m}
alemánGerman (language){prop}
alemán antiguoOld High German{adj}
alemán antiguoOld High German language{prop}
alenoallene{m} [organic compound]
alentarto encourage, animate, inspirit{v}
alentarseto gather up one's courage{v}
AlepoAleppo (Syrian city){prop}
alerceFitzroya cupressoides, a species of cypress tree{m}
alercelarch tree (trees of the genus Larix){m}
alercethe wood of the larch tree{m}
alerce africano(Tetraclinis articulata Masters) sandarac{m} [botany]
alergiaallergy{f} [immunology, pathology]
alergénicoallergenic{adj}
alerónaileron{m}
alerosmall forward{m} [basketball]
aleroeave{m}
alertarto alert{v}
alesnaawl{f}
aletablade of a propeller{f}
aletafin{f}
aletaflipper{f}
aletathe leaf of a hinge{f}
aletargadolethargic{adj}
aletargarto make lethargic{v}
aletearto flap one's wings (of a bird){vi}
alevínfry, alevin (young fish){m}
alfaalpha; the Greek letter Α, α{f}
alfabetismoLiteracy; the ability to read{m}
alfabetizaciónLiteracy instruction; an effort to counter illiteracy{f}
alfabetizarTo alphabetize{v}
alfabetoliterate{adj}
alfabetoalphabet{m}
alfabetoliterate person{m}
alfabeto cirílicoCyrillic alphabet{m}
Alfabeto Fonético InternacionalInternational Phonetic Alphabet{prop}
alfabeto latinoLatin alphabet{m}
alfabéticamentealphabetically{adv}
alfabéticoalphabetic, alphabetical{adj}
alfadíabribe{f}
alfajorA popular candy in South America usually filled with dulce de leche{m}
alfalfa{f} [plants] [l/en, alfalfa]
alfalfaralfalfa field (place where alfalfa is grown){m}
alfalfarTo plant alfalfa{vt}
alfalipoproteinaalphalipoprotein, alpha-lipoprotein{f} [protein]
alfanjescimitar{m}
alfanjeswordfish{m}
alfareríapottery workshop{f}
alfareríapottery craft{f} [uncountable]
alfareropotter{m}
alferecíainfantile epilepsy{f}
alfilbishop{m} [chess]
alfilerpin{m}
al finat last; finally{adv} [idiomatic]
al finin the end{adv}
al finto the last{adv}
al fin y al caboat the end of the day{phrase}
al fin y al caboat the very end{phrase}
al fin y al cabofinally{phrase}
al fin y al cabowhen all is said and done{phrase} [idiomatic]
alféizarwindowsill, ledge{m}
alfóncigopistachio (nut){m}
alfóncigopistachio (tree){m}
alfónsigoalternative form of alfóncigo{m}
alfombracarpet, rug{f}
alfombrarto carpet{v}
Alfonsomale given name, equivalent to English Alfonso{prop}
alforfónbuckwheat{m}
alforjasaddlebag, knapsack{f}
alforzapleat (in clothing etc){f}
alforzascar{f}
Alfredomale given name, equivalent to English Alfred{prop}
alférezsecond lieutenant, subaltern, ensign{m} [military ranks]
algaalga{f}
algarAn expanse of seaweed or algae on the ocean floor{m}
algarcave, grotto{m} [obsolete, Spain]
algarabíaArabic{f}
algarabíagibberish{f}
algarrobacarob (fruit){f}
algarrobocarob tree{m}
algebraicoalgebraic{adj}
algecireñoof or from Algeciras, a town in Cadiz Province, Spain{adj}
algecireñonative or inhabitant of Algeciras{m}
alógenafeminine form of alógeno{f}
alógenoalien, foreign{adj}
alógenoallogenic{adj} [geology]
alógenoforeigner{m}
-algia-algy{suffix}
algorather, somewhat{adv}
algosomething, anything{pron}
algo del otro mundosomething special or extraordinary; something to write home about{phrase}
algodóncotton (plant){m}
algodóncotton (textile fiber){m}
algodóncotton wool{m}
algodón de azúcarcotton candy, candy floss, fairy floss{m}
algoritmoalgorithm{m}
alguacildragonfly, damselfly{m} [Argentina, Uruguay]
alguacilbailiff{m}
alguienanyone, anybody{pron}
alguiensomeone, somebody{pron}
algunobsolete spelling of algún{adj}
algunafeminine form of alguno{adj}
algunasomeone (someone feminine); feminine form of alguno{pron}
algunasFeminine plural of alguno; some (some people){pron}
alguna vezever (at any time){adv}
alguna vezonce (on a certain occasion){adv}
algunosome{adj}
algunosomeone{pron}
alhajúrare spelling of alajú{m}
alhajajewel; gem{f}
alhajarto bejewel{v}
alhajasjewelry{f}
alharacaclamour, vociferation{f}
alharaquientopeevish, complaining, whining (person){adj}
alholvafenugreek{f}
alhucemalavender{f}
alhucemaspike lavender{f}
aliadoallied{adj}
aliadoally{m}
aliñadoseasoned{adj}
aliñadospicy{adj}
aliancistaBeing a member or supporter of a political coalition{adj}
aliancistaBeing a member or supporter of the Alianza por Chile{adj} [Chile]
aliancistaOf or relating to the Alianza por Chile{adj} [Chile]
aliancistaOf or relating to a political coalition{adj}
aliancistaA member or supporter of a political coalition{mf}
aliancistaA member or supporter of the Alianza por Chile{mf} [Chile]
alianzaalliance{f}
alianzapolitical coalition{f}
alianzawedding ring{f}
aliarto ally, unite{v}
aliñarto adorn, decorate{v}
aliñarto condiment{v}
aliñarto prepare{v}
aliasalias{adv}
aliasalias{m}
alicaídoweak, feeble{adj} [colloquial]
Alicante(city){n} [l/en, Alicante]
alcancíapiggy bank{f}
alicantinoOf, pertaining to or from the province or city of Alicante{adj}
alicantinoOne from the city or province of Alicante{m}
alicatepliers{m}
aliáceogarlicky; alliaceous{adj}
Aliciafemale given name, cognate to English Alice{prop}
alicienteincentive{m}
alicientelure{m}
alicinaallicin{f} [organic compound]
alienaciónalienation{f}
alienarto alienate{v}
alienígenaalien{adj}
alienígenastrange, rare, unnatural{adj}
alienígenoalien{adj}
alienígenostrange, rare, unnatural{adj}
alientobreath{m}
alifarameal as part of a business deal{f}
alifáticoaliphatic{adj} [organic chemistry]
aligerarto hasten; to accelerate{vt}
aligerarto lighten (as a load){vt}
aliinaalliin{f} [organic compound]
alijararto divide uncultivated land for cultivation{vt}
aliloallyl{m} [organic chemistry]
alimañavermin{f}
alimañeroA game warden also employed in eliminating invasive and pest species{m}
alimentaciónfeeding{f}
alimentarto feed{v}
alimentarioalimentary{adj}
alimenticioalimentary, nourishing{adj}
alimentofood{m}
alimentonourishment{m}
alineaciónalignment{f}
alineamientoalignment{m}
alinearto line up{v}
aliñocondiment, spice{m}
alioliaioli{m}
alisaralder tree plantation{m}
alisarto smooth{v}
alisoalder tree{m}
alistarto arrange{v}
alistarto enlist, to enroll{v}
alistarto list{v}
alistarto prepare{v}
alistarto recruit{v}
aliteraciónalliteration{f}
aliviadorelieved, alleviated, unburdened, eased{adj}
aliviarto lighten{vt}
aliviarto relieve, alleviate, unburden{vt}
aliviorelief{m}
aljabaquiver (for arrows){f}
aljibewell (for water), cistern, tank, reservoir{m}
alláthere, away from the speaker and the listener{adv}
allíthere, away from the speaker and the listener{adv}
al ladonext to; beside{prep}
allanamientosearch and seizure{m} [legal]
allanamientosmoothing, flattening{m}
allanamientotrespass, unlawful entry{m}
allanarto break in (to enter by force){v}
allanarto overcome{v}
allanarto smooth, to flatten{v}
allanarto subdue{v}
allá donde fueres, haz lo que viereswhen in Rome, do as the Romans do{proverb}
allendebeyond{adv}
alílicoallylic{adj}
almasoul{f}
Almafemale given name{prop}
almacenajestorage{m}
almacenamientostorage{m} [computing]
almacenamientostorage (act of storing){m}
almacenarto store, stock{v}
almacenistashopkeeper{mf}
almacenistastorekeeper{mf}
almacenistawarehouseman{mf}
almacenistawarehouse owner{mf}
almacénshop, store; grocer’s{m}
almacénstoreroom{m}
almacénwarehouse{m}
almanaquealmanac{m}
almazuelapatchwork (cloth, quilt){f}
almíbarsugar water{m}
almíbarsweet syrup, made of sugar only{m}
almádenasledgehammer{f}
almejashellfish, clam, cockle{f}
almejacunt{f} [vulgar, slang]
almenarabeacon, signal fire{f}
almenaralarge candelabrum{f}
almenaraoverflow ditch{f}
almendraalmond (nut){f}
almendradoalmond- (food prepared with almonds){adj}
almendradoalmond-shaped{adj}
almendralalmond orchard (a place with many almond trees){m}
almendrarto decorate something, usually a pastry or confection, with almonds{v}
almendroalmond (tree){m}
al menosat least; at minimum{adv}
AlmeríaAlmería (both meanings){prop}
almezhackberry (tree or shrub){m}
almezahackberry (fruit){f}
almiarhaystack{m}
almidónstarch{m}
alminarminaret{m}
almirantazgoadmiralty{m}
almiranteadmiral{m}
almizclemusk{m}
almizcleñomusky{adj}
almizcleromusky{adj}
almóndigaalternative form of albóndiga{f}
almofallaencampment, encamped army{f} [antiquated]
almofallahost, army{f} [antiquated]
almohadapillow{f}
almohadillafootpad (underside of an animal's paw){f}
almohadillainkpad{f}
almohadillapincushion{f}
almohadillaseat cushion (to sit on){f}
almohadillathe hash, octothorpe, pound symbol ( ){f}
almohadóncushion (soft material in cloth bag){m}
almojarifazgoA colonial customs tariff in the Spanish and Portuguese Empires{m}
almojarifecustoms officer; revenue collector{m}
almorzarto eat lunch{vi}
almorzarto eat for lunch{vt}
almártagaheadstall{f}
almuédanomuezzin, the person who calls the faithful to prayer in Islam{m} [Islam]
Almudenafemale given name{prop}
almuerzolunch{m}
alo-allo-{prefix}
alocadamentemadly, wildly{adv}
alocadozany{adj}
alocarto go mad{vr} [alocarse]
alocarto drive crazy, to madden{v}
alocuciónspeech{f}
Alodiafemale given name{prop}
alojamientoaccommodation{m}
alojarto house, accommodate{v}
a lo largo dealong (along (prepositional sense)){prep}
a lo largo deduring{prep}
a lo mejormaybe, perhaps{adv}
aloínaaloin{f} [organic compound]
alondralark{f}
Alondrafemale given name, modern use of the vocabulary word alondra "lark"{prop}
alongarto elongate, lengthen{v}
alosaallose{f} [carbohydrates]
alotrasplanteallotransplantation{m} [surgery]
alotrópicoallotropic{adj} [chemistry]
alozimaallozyme{f} [genetics, enzyme]
alpacaalpaca{f}
al parecerseemingly{adv}
alpinismomountaineering, alpinism{m}
alqueniloalkene{adj}
alquenoalkene{m} [organic compound]
alquequenjebladder cherry (Physalis alkekengi){m}
alquilarto rent{v} [Spain]
alquilarto rent out something to someone{v} [Spain]
alquilerRent. A payment made in exchange for something borrowed{m} [Spain]
alquimiaalchemy{f}
alquimistaalchemist{mf}
alquinoalkyne{f} [organic compound]
alquitarastill (device for distilling liquids){f}
alquitranarto tar{v}
alquitrántar, pitch{m} [chemistry]
alrededorsurroundings{m} [also in the plural]
alrededoraround{prep}
alrededoressurroundings (the area around a place){mp}
al revésinverted (with respect to something){adj} [attributive]
al revésback first{adv}
al revésinside out{adv}
al revésin the opposite direction or order{adv}
al revésthe other way around{adv}
al revésupside down{adv}
alérgenoallergen{m} [pathology]
alérgicoallergic{adj}
alsacianoAlsatian{adj}
alsacianoAlsatian{m}
al sujeto de{prep} [l/en, about]
altacertificate of discharge (from a hospital){f}
altaentry into a profession or organization{f}
altatax declaration{f}
alta danzaSaltarello{f} [obsolete]
Altagraciafemale given name{prop}
altamentehighly{adv}
altamisamugwort{f}
altaneríahaughtiness; arrogance{f}
altaneroarrogant{adj}
altanerohaughty{adj}
altaraltar{m}
altarStone that separates the firebox from the hearth in reverberatory furnaces{m}
altas horassmall hours; the very early morning, just after midnight, when most people are asleep, ungodly hours{fp}
Alta VerapazA department of Guatemala{prop}
alta vistaa view from above{phrase}
altavozloudspeaker{m}
alterabilidadalterability{f}
alterablealterable{adj}
alteraciónalteration{f}
alteradocorrupted, altered{adj}
alteradoupset, angry{adj}
alterarto get angry, upset{vr}
alterarto alter or change{vt}
alterarto upset{vt}
altercaciónaltercation{f}
altercadoaltercation{m}
alternabilidadThe possibility of rotation of power in a political regime{f} [government]
alternaciónalternation{f}
alternadoralternator{m}
alternanciaalternation{f}
alternantealternating{adj}
alternarto alternate{v}
alternativaalternation{f}
alternativaAn alternative, option{f}
alternativamentealternatively{adv}
alternativoalternative{adj}
altezahighness{f}
altibajosups and downs{mp} [colloquial]
altilloattic{m}
altiplanoa high plateau{m}
al tirostraight away{adv} [Chile, idiomatic]
altitudaltitude{f}
altitudheight{f}
altivezhaughtiness; arrogance{f}
altivoarrogant{adj}
altivohaughty{adj}
altohigh{adj}
altoloud{adj}
altotall{adj}
altostop!{interj}
altostop{m}
altored light{m} [traffic]
altostop (signal){m} [traffic]
alto el fuegoceasefire{m}
altoparlanteloudspeaker{m} [Latin America]
Alto VoltaUpper Volta{prop}
alótropoallotrope{m} [chemistry]
altrosaaltrose{f} [carbohydrates]
altruismoaltruism{m}
altruistaaltruistic{adj}
altruistaaltruist{mf}
altruistamentealtruistically{adv}
altísimoVery high{adj}
altísimoVery loud{adj}
altísimoVery tall{adj}
alturaaltitude{f}
alturaheight{f}
alubiabean{f}
alucinaciónhallucination{f}
alucinantebrilliant{adj}
alucinantehallucinatory{adj}
alucinarto fascinate{v}
alucinarto hallucinate{v}
alucinógenohallucinogenic{adj}
alucinógenohallucinogen{m}
aludavalanche{m}
aludirto allude{v}
alumbramientoafterbirth{m}
alumbramientobirth, childbirth{m}
alumbrarto give birth{v}
alumbrarto illuminate{v}
alumbrarsereflexive form of alumbrar{vr}
alumbrarseto get tipsy{v}
alumbrealum{m} [chemistry]
aluminioaluminum{m}
alumnopupil or student{m}
alunizajemoon landing{m}
alunizarto land on the moon{v}
alusiónallusion{f}
alusivoallusive{adj}
aluviónalluvium{m}
aluvióntidal wave, avalanche, barrage (incredibly large amount){m} [figurative]
alvaradeñoPertaining to or originating from Alvarado in Mexico{adj}
AlvaradoSpanish surname{prop}
al vueloon-the-fly{adv}
al vueloon the wing{adv}
alzarise{f}
alzacuellosclerical collar, dog collar{m}
alzadolifted, raised up{adj}
alzamientolifting; raise, increase{m}
alzamientouprising, revolt{m}
alzarto rise up, revolt{vr}
alzarto hide{vt}
alzarto lift, raise{vt}
alzarto remove; to steal{vt}
a. m.a.m.{abbr}
amahousekeeper, head maid{f}
amalady of the house{f}
amalandlady{f}
amamistress{f}
amanursemaid, nanny{f}
amaproprietress{f}
amawetnurse{f}
amañarTo rig, fix, meddle with{v}
amabilidadkindness{f}
amablecharming{adj}
amablekind, amiable{adj}
amablementekindly, friendly{adv}
amacollarto grow in clumps or tufts{vir} [reflexive, of stems, flowers, tillers, etc.]
ama de llaveshousekeeper; maid{f}
amaestradoranimal trainer{m}
amaestrarto train, school, drill (an animal){v}
amagarto threaten{v}
amainarto abate; die down{v}
amaitinarto spy on{v}
amaitinarto watch{v}
amalgamaamalgam (all senses){f}
amalgamaramalgamate{v}
Amaliafemale given name{prop}
a mal tiempo buena caraface the music{phrase} [idiomatic]
amamantarto nurse{v}
Amandafemale given name{prop}
amanecerdawn{m}
amanecerto dawn{vi} [impersonal]
amanecerto stay awake all night{vr} [Latin America]
amanecerto waken{vr}
amanecerto awake{v}
amanecerto wake up{v}
amaneradoeffeminate, camp{adj}
amaneradomannered{adj}
a manoeven; equal with another{adj} [idiomatic]
a manoby hand; manually; without the use of a machine{adv} [idiomatic]
amansadortamer{m}
amansarto tame{v}
amantadinaamantadine{f} [organic compound]
amantelover{mf}
amapolapoppy{f}
amarTo love, have great affection for, care about{v}
amarantoamaranth, crimson (color){adj}
amarantoamaranth, crimson (color){m}
amarantoamaranth (herb){m}
amargadobitter (resentful){adj}
amargadojoyless{adj}
amargamentebitterly{adv}
amargarto make bitter; embitter{v}
amargarseTo go bitter, get bitter{vr}
amargobitter, sour (having an acrid taste){adj}
amargobitterness{m}
amarguraacerbity, bitterness{f}
amargurasorrow{f}
amariconadoeffeminate{adj}
amariconadohomosexual, gay{adj} [pejorative]
amarillearto turn yellow{v}
amarillentoyellowish{adj}
amarilloyellow or golden coloured{adj}
amarillojaundice{m}
amarillosoyellowish, yellow{adj}
amar no es amorA statement of unrequited love{phrase}
amarramooring line{f} [nautical]
amarrarto moor{v}
amarrarto tie{v}
amasarto knead{v}
amasijarto beat up, do in{v} [slang]
amasijomishmash, hodgepodge{m}
amateamate (art form){m}
amateamate paper{m}
amateamate tree (Ficus insipida){m}
amatistaamethyst colored{adj}
amatistaamethyst{f}
Amayafemale given name{prop}
amazacotadocrude, lacking grace{adj}
amazacotadoheavy, thick{adj}
amazonaamazon{f}
AmazoníaAmazon{prop}
ambagescircumlocution, ambages (indirect or roundabout ways of talking){mp}
ambages(indirect or roundabout routes or directions){mp} [rare] [l/en, ambages]
ambarinoamber colored{adj}
AmberesAntwerp (province and city){prop}
ambiciónambition{f}
ambicionarto aspire{v}
ambiciosamenteambitiously{adv}
ambiciosoambitious{adj}
ambidextroambidextrous{adj}
ambidiestroambidextrous{adj}
ambientadorair freshener{m}
ambientalenvironmental{adj}
ambientarto provide an ambiance{v}
ambienteatmosphere{m}
ambienteenvironment{m}
ambienteroom{m}
ambigüedadambiguity{f}
ambigramaambigram{m}
ambiguamenteambiguously{adv}
ambiguoambiguous{adj}
ambivalenciaambivalence{f}
ambivalenteambivalent{adj}
amblarto amble{v}
ambosuit{m}
ambosboth{adj}
ambrosíaambrosia (food of gods or delicious foods){f}
ambulanciaambulance{f}
ambulantetravelling, ambulant{adj}
ambulofobiaambulophobia{f}
amebaamoeba{f}
amebianoamoebic{adj}
ameboideamoeboid / ameboid{adj}
a medida queas (progressively){conj}
amedrentarto intimidate{v}
Ameliafemale given name, cognate to English Amelia{prop}
ameloblastinaameloblast{f} [cytology]
amelogeninaamelogenin{f} [protein]
amenazathreat{f}
amenazadothreatened{adj}
amenazantethreatening{adj}
amenazarto threaten{vt}
amenguarto diminish{v}
amenguarto slander, to defame{v}
amenidadamenity{f}
amenizarto adorn{v}
amenizarto make pleasant{v}
amenopleasant{adj}
a menos queunless{conj}
amentocatkin{m}
-amentoalternative form of -mento{suffix}
a menudooften (habitually){adv}
americanaCloth jacket with lapels and buttons, reaching below the hip{f}
americanafeminine form of americano{f}
americanismoAmericanism (linguistic feature){m}
americanizaciónAmericanization{f}
americanizarto Americanize{v}
americanoof the Americas{adj}
americanoof the United States{adj}
americanoa native of the Americas{m}
americanoa native of the United States{m}
americanosomeone who became rich in America (continent) and returned to his country{m}
americioamericium{m}
ameritarto merit{v}
ametralladoramachine gun{f}
ametrallarto shoot with a machine gun{v}
ametrallarto shoot with shot ammunition{v}
amígdalaamygdala{f}
amiantoasbestos{m}
amidaamide{f} [inorganic chemistry]
amidinaamidine{f} [chemistry]
amidofosforribosiltransferasaamidophosphoribosyltransferase{f} [enzyme]
-amientoalternative form of -miento{suffix}
amigafeminine form of amigo, friend{f}
amigabilidadfriendliness{f}
amigableamicable{adj}
amigablecompanionable{adj}
amigablementeamicably{adv}
amigdalectomíatonsillectomy{f} [surgery]
amigdalitistonsilitis; strep throat{f} [pathology]
amigdaloglosoamygdaloglossus{m}
amigofriend{m}
amigo con derecho a rocefriend with benefits{m}
amigotecrony{m}
amiguitadiminutive form of amiga{f}
amiguitodiminutive form of amigo{m}
amilanarto daunt{v}
amilasaamylase{f} [enzyme]
amiloideamyloid{adj}
amiloideamyloid{m}
amiloideoamyloid{adj}
amiloidosisamyloidosis{f} [pathology]
amilopectinaamylopectin{f} [carbohydrates]
amiloplastoamyloplast{m} [cytology]
amilosaamylose{f} [carbohydrates]
aminaamine{m} [inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry]
aminoamino{adj}
aminoamino{m}
aminoacilaminoacyl{f} [organic chemistry]
aminobenzoatoaminobenzoate{m} [organic compound]
aminobenzoicoaminobenzoic{adj}
aminobifenolaminobiphenol{m} [organic compound]
aminobutiratoaminobutyrate{m} [organic compound]
aminobutíricoaminobutyric{adj}
aminociclopropanoaminocyclopropane{m}
aminoácidoamino acid{m} [organic chemistry]
aminogramaaminogram{f}
aminometiltransferasaaminomethyltransferase{f} [enzyme]
aminorarto lessen{v}
aminotransferasatransaminase, aminotransferase{f} [enzyme]
amistadfriendship{f}
amistosamenteIn a friendly manner; friendlily{adv}
amistosofriendly{adj}
amílicoamyl{adj}
Am. Mer.abbreviation of América Meridional{prop}
aménamen{interj}
amnesiaamnesia{f}
amnistíaamnesty{f}
amnistiarto grant amnesty to{v}
amnésicafeminine form of amnésico{f}
amnésicoamnesic{adj}
amnésicoamnesiac{m}
amomaster{m}
amobladofurnished{adj}
amoblarto furnish{v}
amohinarto annoy{v}
amohinarto cause displeasure, sadness, or melancholy{v}
amoldableAble to change or adapt; adaptable{adj}
amoldarto mold{v}
amole{n} [l/en, amole]
amoníacoammonia{m}
amonestaciónadmonishment{m}
amonestaciónthe issuing of a caution{m} [sports]
amonestarto warn; to reprimand; to admonish{v}
amoniacoammonia{m}
amonioammonium{m} [inorganic chemistry]
amontonarto pile up{v}
amorlove{m}
amoralamoral{adj}
amorcitodiminutive form of amor{m}
amordazarto gag{v}
amordazarto muzzle{v}
amoreslove affairs{mp}
amoríoA superficial relationship; a love affair{m}
amorosamentelovingly, amorously{adv}
amorosoamorous{adj}
amorosotender{adj}
amortiguadorsoftening, muffling{adj}
amortiguadorbumper of a vehicle{m}
amortiguadorshock absorber{m}
amortiguarto cushion, to absorb{v}
amortiguarto deaden, to muffle{v}
amortizaramortize{v}
amor y paz y nada mása statement that love and peace are the most important attributes and actions and others are overvalued{phrase}
amosplural of amo{mp}
-amossuffix indicating the first-person plural present indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
-amosSuffix indicating the first-person plural preterite of -ar verbs{suffix}
-amosSuffix indicating the first-person singular imperative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-amosSuffix indicating the first-person singular present subjunctive of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
amotinarto mutiny{vr}
amotinarto incite into mutiny{v}
ampararto safeguard{v}
amparoaid, relief{m}
amparoexemption, pardon{m}
amparoprotection{m}
amparoshelter, sanctuary{m}
Amparofemale given name{prop}
ampere{m} [l/en, ampere]
amperioampere{m}
amperímetroammeter{m}
ampliableexpandable{adj}
ampliaciónextension{f}
ampliadoraenlarger{f} [photography]
ampliamenteamply{adv}
ampliamentewidely{adv}
ampliarto extend, expand, enlarge{v}
amplificaciónamplification{f}
amplificadoramplifying{adj}
amplificadoramplifier{m}
amplificarto amplify, magnify{v}
amplificarto enlarge, extend{v}
ampliobroad{adj}
amplioextensive{adj}
ampliolarge, spacious{adj}
amplitudamplitude{f}
amposnowflake{m}
ampollaampoule{f}
ampollablister{f}
ampollasmall bottle{f}
ampollarto blister{v}
ampolletalight bulb{f} [Chile]
ampurdanésFrom Ampurdán{adj}
ampurdanésSomeone from Ampurdán{m}
amputaciónamputation{f}
amputarto amputate{v}
AméricaAmerica{propf}
América del NorteNorth America{prop}
América del SurSouth America (continent that is the southern part of the Americas){prop}
América LatinaThose countries in the Americas and related islands which speak Latin-derived languages, mostly Spanish and Portuguese: Latin America{prop}
América MeridionalSouth America (continent that is the southern part of the Americas){prop}
amáricoAmharic (a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia){n}
Amritsar{prop} [l/en, Amritsar]
a más no poderas much as possible, as could be{adv}
a más no poderto the utmost{adv}
amuebladofurnished{adj}
amueblarto furnish{v}
amujeradoeffeminate{adj}
amuletoamulet{m}
amurallarto wall{v}
amuzgoAmuzgo; An indigenous language of Mexico with about 30,000 speakers, mostly in Oaxaca state{prop}
-anSuffix indicating the third-person plural imperative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-anSuffix indicating the third-person plural present indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
-anSuffix indicating the third-person plural present subjunctive of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
aúnstill, yet{adv}
AnaAnna (Biblical prophetess){prop}
Anafemale given name, cognate to Ann{prop}
AnaHannah (Biblical figure){prop}
anabasinaanabasine{f} [chemistry]
Anabelfemale given name Isabel or Ana Belén{prop}
anabolismoanabolism{m}
anacahuiteA species of small flowering shrub or tree in the borage family, (Cordia boissieri){m}
anacardocashew (nut){m}
anacardocashew (tree){m}
anacondaanaconda{f}
anacoretaanchorite (one who lives in seclusion){m}
anacrónicoanachronistic{adj}
anacronismoanachronism{m}
anacronísticoanachronistic{adj}
anadearto waddle{v}
anaeróbicoanaerobic{adj}
anaerobioanaerobic{adj}
anaerobioanaerobe{m}
anafilaxiaanaphylaxis{n}
anafre(small) stove{m}
anagramaanagram{m}
anagramáticoanagrammatic{adj}
analfabetismoilliteracy{m}
analfabetounlettered, illiterate{adj}
analfabetoilliterate person{m}
analógicamenteanalogically{adv}
analógicoanalogue{adj}
analgésicoanalgesic{adj} [pharmacology]
analgésicoanalgesic, painkiller{m} [pharmacology]
analistaanalyst{mf}
analizarto analyze{v}
analogíaanalogy{f}
analíticaanalytics{f}
analíticamenteanalytically{adv}
analíticoanalytic{adj}
anamorfismoanamorphosis{m}
anamorfosisanamorphosis{f}
ananápineapple{m}
ananáspineapple fruit{m}
ananáspineapple plant{m}
anapestoanapest (metrical foot){m}
anaquelshelf{m}
anaranjadoorange, orangey (having the colour of an orange, reddish-yellow){adj}
anaranjadoorange (the colour of the fruit of an orange tree){m}
anarquíaanarchism{f}
anarquíaanarchy (all senses){f}
anarquismoanarchism{m}
anarquistaanarchist{mf}
anarquizarto make anarchic{v}
anatemaanathema (ban or curse){f}
anatómicamenteanatomically{adv}
anatómicoanatomical{adj}
anatomíaanatomy{f}
anécdotaanecdote{f}
ancestralancestral{adj}
ancestroancestor, forefather{m}
anchamentebroadly{adv}
ancharto expand{v}
anchoproud{adj}
anchowide; broad{adj}
anchowidth{m}
anchoaanchovy (small saltwater fish){f}
anchurawidth, breadth{f}
-ancia-ancy{suffix}
ancianaold female person{f}
ancianoancient{adj}
ancianoelderly{adj}
ancianovery old person{m}
anclaanchor{f}
ancladaanchored{adj}
ancladafastened; secured{adj}
ancladoanchored{adj}
ancladofastened, secured{adj}
anclajeanchorage{m}
anclarto anchor{v}
ancóneoanconeus{m}
andaInterjection to express surprise{interj}
andaduragait{f}
AndalucíaAndalusia{prop}
andaluzAndalusian{adj}
andaluzAndalusian dialect{m}
andaluzSomeone from Andalusia{m}
andamiajescaffolding{m}
andamioscaffold{m}
andanadavolley (of projectiles){f}
andarbehavior, manner{m}
andarwalk, pace, gait{m}
andarto go away, to leave{vr}
andarto amble, to travel{v}
andarto be in a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship with someone; to go out with{v}
andarto be, to feel{v}
andarto function, to work, to go{v}
andarto pass, to go by, to elapse{v}
andarto ride{v}
andarto walk, to go{v}
andar como quinceañeramutton dressed as lamb{n}
Andesthe Andes{prop}
andinoAndean{adj}
andinoAndean (person){m}
andénsidewalk{m} [Caribbean]
andénplatform{m}
-andoSuffix indicating the gerund of regular -ar verbs{suffix}
andorraA female walking companion{f} [colloquial]
Andorra{prop} [l/en, Andorra]
Andorra la ViejaAndorra la Vella{prop}
andorranafeminine form of andorrano{f}
andorranoAndorran (from or native to Andorra){adj}
andorranoAndorran (pertaining to Andorra){adj}
andorranoAndorran (person from Andorra){m}
Andradea surname{prop}
andrajosoragged, tattered{adj}
Andreafemale given name, feminine form of Andrés{prop}
andrógenoandrogen{m}
andróginoandrogynous{adj}
andróginomonoecious{adj} [botany]
andróginohermaphrodite, hermaphroditic{adj}
andróginoandrogyne{m}
andróginohermaphrodite{m}
AndrómedaAndromeda (constellation){prop} [astronomy]
AndrómedaAndromeda (galaxy){prop} [astronomy]
AndrómedaAndromeda (mythical daughter of Cepheus){prop} [Greek mythology]
androginiaandrogyny{f}
androgénicoandrogenic{adj}
androideandroid{m}
AndrésAndrew{prop} [biblical character]
Andrésmale given name, equivalent to English Andrew{prop}
anecdóticoanecdotal{adj}
anegamientoinundation, flooding{m}
anegarto drown, to inundate{vt}
anejoattached{adj}
anejoaccompaniment, affix{m}
anemiaanemia{f} [pathology]
anemómetroanemometer{m}
anestesiaanesthesia (insensitivity to pain){f}
anestesiaanesthetic{f}
anestesiadoranesthetist{m}
anestesiarto anesthetize{v}
anestesiólogaanesthesiologist{f}
anestesiólogoanesthesiologist{m}
anestesiologíaanesthesiology{f}
anestesistaanaesthetist{mf}
anestésicoanesthetic{adj}
anestésicoanesthetic{m}
anetolanethole{m} [organic compound]
aneurismaaneurysm{m} [pathology]
anexarto annex, to attach{v}
anexiónannexation (the act of annexing){f}
anexionarto annex{v}
anexoattached{adj}
anexoenclosed{adj}
anexoannex, appendix{m}
anexocontiguous building, extension of a building{m}
anfíbolamphibole{m}
anfíbracoamphibrach{m}
anfetaminaamphetamine{f} [organic compound]
anfetamínicoamphetamine{adj}
anfibioamphibious, amphibian{adj}
anfibioamphibian{m}
anfibologíaamphibology, amphiboly{f}
anfipróstiloamphiprostyle{adj} [architecture]
anfipróstiloAn amphiprostyle building{m} [architecture]
anfisbenaamphisbaena{f} [Greek mythology]
anfisbenaworm lizard{f}
anfiteatroamphitheater{m}
anfitriónhost{m}
anfitrionahost{f}
anfímacroamphimacer{m}
anáforaanaphora{f}
angelito(diminutive form of angel) little angel or angel{m}
angeloteangel shark{m}
anginasstrep throat{f} [plurale tantum]
angio-angio-{prefix}
angiografíaangiograph{f}
angiografíaangiography{f}
angiomaangioma{m} [pathology]
angioplastiaangioplasty{f} [surgery]
angiotensinaangiotensin{f} [protein]
angiotensinógenoangiotensinogen{m} [protein]
anglófonoanglophone{adj}
anglófonoanglophone{m}
Angélicafemale given name, equivalent to Angelica{prop}
anglicanoAnglican{adj}
anglicanoAnglican{m}
anglicismoanglicism (word or other feature originating in the English language){m}
angélicoangelic{adj}
anglo-Anglo-{prefix}
anglohablanteanglophone (One who speaks English.){mf}
anglo-normandoAnglo-Norman{prop}
anglosajónAnglo-Saxon{adj}
anglosajónAnglo-Saxon language; Old English{m}
Angola{prop} [l/en, Angola]
angoleñoAngolan{adj}
angoleñoAngolan{m}
AngoraAnkara (capital of Turkey){prop}
angostarto narrow{v}
angostonarrow, reduced{adj}
anguilaeel{f}
angulaelver, baby eel{f}
angulaciónangle, angulation{f}
angularangular{adj}
angulosoangular (of a face or features){adj}
angustiaanguish{f}
angustiadoanguished{adj}
angustiadoanxious{adj}
angustiadonervous{adj}
angustiarto anguish{v}
angustiosoharrowing, distressing, distressed, anguished{adj}
anhelanteeager, longing{adj}
anhelarto crave{v}
anhelarto gasp{v}
anhelarto pant{v}
anhelowish{m}
anhidrasaanhydrase{m} [enzyme]
anhidrasoanhydrous{adj}
anhidroanhydrous{adj}
aniñadogirlyman, (effeminate boy) girl{m}
Anicetomale given name{prop}
anidaciónnesting{f}
anidadonested{adj} [informatics]
anidarto nest{v}
anidarto shelter, to take in{v}
anilinacolouring, dye{f}
anilinaaniline{f} [organic compound]
anillaring{mf} [gymnastics, usually in plural]
anillaring{mf}
anillaring-pull{mf}
anillarto put into a ring shape{v}
anillarto ring (carve ring shapes or circular shapes){v}
anillarto ring (put a ring on e.g. an animal){v}
anilloannulus{m} [mycology]
anilloring{m}
animaciónanimation{f}
animaciónjauntiness; liveliness{f}
animadamenteanimatedly, jauntily{adv}
animadoinspired{adj}
animadoranimator{m}
animadorcheerleader{m}
animadorentertainer{m}
animadorpresenter, host (moderator or master of ceremonies for a performance){m}
animadorafeminine form of animador{f}
animadversiónanimosity{f}
animal{m} [l/en, animal]
animalitodiminutive form of animal, little animal{m}
animalmenteanimally{adv}
animarto animate{v}
animarto inspire{v}
animosidadanimosity{f}
aniónanion{m}
aniquilaciónannihilation{f}
aniquilarto annihilate{v}
anisotropíaanisotropy{f}
aniversarioanniversary{m}
anjankh{m}
análisisanalysis{m}
análisis de sangreA blood test{m}
análogamenteanalogously{adv}
análogoanalogous{adj}
anómaloaberrant; atypical{adj}
anómeroanomer{m} [organic chemistry]
anémicoanemic{adj}
anémonaanemone{f}
anémona de marsea anemone{f}
anónimamenteanonymously{adv}
anónimoanonymous{adj}
anónimoAn anonymous document or letter{m}
anoanus{m}
-anoComing from, related to, or like{suffix} [as an adjective]
-anoOne from, belonging to, relating to, or like{suffix} [as a noun]
-ano-ane (in the names of hydrocarbons){suffix} [organic chemistry]
anochelast night{adv}
anochecerdusk, nightfall{m}
anochecerto become night, to get dark{vi} [impersonal]
anochecerto be somewhere by dark{vi}
anomalíaanomaly{f}
anonadarto stun{v}
anonimatoanonymity{m}
anonimidadanonymity{f}
anormalabnormal{adj}
anormalidadabnormality{f}
anormalmenteabnormally{adv}
anoréxicoanorexic{adj}
anoréxicoanorexic{m}
a no ser queunless{conj}
anotaciónannotation{f}
anotaciónrecord{f}
anotarto score{v} [sports]
anotarto annotate{v}
anquilosisankylosis{f} [pathology]
anárquicoanarchic{adj}
anís(beverage) anise liquor, pure or combined{m}
anísanise{m} [botany]
anísthe anus (because of similar sound, compare ano){m} [euphemistic, Mexico]
ansarinafeminine form of ansarino{f}
ansarinoanserine{adj}
ansarinogosling{m}
anís estrellastar anise{m}
anís estrelladostar anise{m}
ansiaanxiety, apprehension{f}
ansiacraving{f}
ansiarto wish, long for{v}
ansiedadanxiety{f}
ansiolíticoanxiolytic{m}
ansiosoanxious{adj}
ansiosoeager{adj}
anástrofeanastrophe{f} [rhetoric]
antagónicoantagonistic{adj}
antagonistaantagonist{adj}
antagonistaantagonist{f}
antagonizarantagonize{v}
antañoin the past, in the old days, of yore{adv}
antídotoantidote{m}
antesuede{m}
ante-before (in time and space){prefix}
antein front of, before{prep}
-anteForms adjectives from verbs{suffix}
anteanochethe night before last (in the night before last night){adv}
anteayerday before yesterday{adv}
antebrazoforearm{m}
antecamaA carpet laid in front of a bed{f}
antecapillaA room before a chapel{f}
antecedenteprecedent{adj}
antecedenteantecedent{m}
antecedenteprecedent{m}
antecedentementepreviously, beforehand{adv}
antecederto antecede or precede{v}
antecesorpredecessor{m}
antecámaraantechamber{f}
antedataantedate{f}
antedatarto antedate{v}
antedecirto foretell{v}
antedichoforetold{adj}
antediluvianoantediluvian{adj}
antefirmaA title placed before a signature{f}
anteiglesiaporch or other structure in front of a church{f}
antelaciónin advance, early{f} [with
ante la dudaif in doubt{adv}
ante la duda, la más tetudaIf in doubt, choose the option that seems most profitable{proverb}
antemanobeforehand, previously{adv}
antemanoin advance{adv}
antemuralbarbican, fortification{m}
antenaantenna{f}
antenadohaving antennae{adj}
antenadostepchild{m}
antenochethe night before last{adv}
antenombretitle before a proper name{m}
antenupcialbefore marriage{adj}
anteojolens{m}
anteojosglasses, spectacles{mp}
antepagarto pay beforehand{v}
antepasadoancestor, forefather{m}
antepechorailing{m}
antepechowindow sill{m}
antepenúltimoantepenultimate, third to last{adj}
anteponerto prefer{v} [figuratively]
anteponerto put or place in front of{v}
anteproyectoa preliminary plan{m}
antepuertaportière{f}
anteraanther{f} [botany]
anterioranterior (in space){adj}
anterioranterior (in time), previous, earlier, former, past{adj}
anterioridadanteriority{f}
anteriormentepreviously{adv}
Anteromale given name, equivalent to Latin Anterus{prop}
antesbefore{adv}
antesbefore{prep}
antesalaantechamber, lobby{f}
antes se coge al mentiroso que al cojoa lie has no legs{proverb}
antetemploportico of a church{m}
anteverto foresee{v}
antífonaantiphon, antiphony{f}
antígenoantigen{m} [immunology]
anti-ant-; against, opposite{prefix}
antiabortoantiabortion{adj}
antiafrodisiacoantaphrodisiac{adj}
antiamericanoanti-American{adj}
antiaéreoantiaircraft{adj}
antiartríticoantiarthritic{adj}
antiasmáticoantiasthmatic{adj}
antibalasbulletproof{adj}
antibariónantibarion{m}
antibióticoantibiotic{adj}
antibióticoantibiotic{m}
antiburbujaantibubble{f}
anticiclónanticyclone{m}
antiácidoantiacid, antacid{m}
anticipaciónadvance{f}
anticipaciónanticipation{f}
anticipadamenteearly, in advance{adv}
anticipadoanticipated{adj}
anticiparTo bring forward; to advance{v}
anticiparsereflexive form of anticipar to anticipate (take place early){vr}
anticlimáticoanticlimactic{adj}
anticlímaxanticlimax{m}
anticodónanticodon{m} [genetics]
anticolonialanticolonial{adj}
anticomunismoanticommunism{m}
anticoncepciónanti-conception; the action of preventing conception{f}
anticonceptivocontraceptive{adj}
anticonceptivocontraceptive{m}
anticongelanteantifreeze{m}
anticonstitucionalunconstitutional{adj}
anticonstitucionalmenteanticonstitutionally{adv}
anticristianoanti-Christian{adj}
anticristoantichrist{m}
anticríticoAgainst critics or critiques{adj}
anticuadoantiquated; obsolete; outmoded;{adj}
anticuarto antiquate{v}
anticuarioantiquarian{adj}
anticuarioantiquarian{m}
anticuerpoantibody{m} [immunology]
antidemocráticoantidemocratic{adj}
antidisentéricoanti-dysenteric{adj}
antidiuréticoantidiuretic{adj}
antidopajeantidoping{m}
antidrogaantidrug; against drugs{adj}
antieméticoantiemetic{adj}
antiepilépticoantiepileptic{adj}
antiescorbúticoantiscorbutic; acting against scurvy{adj}
antiestéticounsightly{adj}
antifascistaantifascist{adj}
antifascistaantifascist{f}
antifaza mask, that doesn't covers the whole face but only the eyes part and maybe the nose{f}
antifebrilantipyretic{adj}
antifeministaantifeminist{adj}
antiflogísticoantiphlogistic{adj}
antifúngicoantifungal{m}
antigüedadantique{f}
antigüedadantiquity{f}
antigüedadtenure{f}
AntigüedadAntiquity{prop}
antiguanoAntiguan{adj}
antiguanoAntiguan{m}
antiguarto acquire seniority{v} [obsolete]
antiguarto antiquate{v} [obsolete]
Antigua y BarbudaAntigua and Barbuda (country){prop}
antiguoold; from before; former; ancient{adj}
antihelmínticoanthelmintic{m}
antihemorrágicoantihemorrhagic{adj}
antihéroeantihero{m}
antiimperialismoanti-imperialism{m}
antiimperialistaanti-imperialist{adj}
antiinflacionarioanti-inflationary{adj}
antilógicoillogical{adj}
antillanoAntillean{adj}
antimateriaantimatter{f}
antimicóticoantifungal{m}
antimonioantimony{m}
antimonopolistaantitrust; antimonopoly{adj}
antimonárquicoantimonarchical, antimonarchist{adj}
antimonárquicoantimonarchist{m}
antimullerianoanti-Müllerian{adj}
antinacionalantinational{adj}
antinacionalismoantinationalism{m}
antinefríticoantinephritic{adj}
antiofídicoantivenom{f}
antipapaantipope{m}
antipapalantipapal{adj}
antipartículaantiparticle{f}
antipatíaantipathy{f}
antiperistálticoantiperistaltic{adj}
antipiréticoantipyretic{adj}
antipiréticoantipyretic{m}
antiprismaantiprism{f} [geometry]
antipáticodisagreeable, unpleasant. Usually, but not always, refers to a person{adj}
antipútridoantiseptic{adj}
antipútridoPreventing or acting against putrefaction{adj} [medicine]
antirrevolucionarioantirevolutionary, counterrevolutionary{adj}
antirroboantitheft{adj}
antisemitaanti-Semitic{adj}
antisemitaanti-Semite{mf}
antisemitismoanti-Semitism{m}
antisentidoantisense{m} [biology]
antisimpáticoalternative spelling of antipático{adj}
antisocial{adj} [l/en, antisocial]
antisépticamenteantiseptically{adv}
antisépticoantiseptic{adj}
antisépticoantiseptic{m}
antistrofaantistrophe{f}
antisueroantivenom{f}
antitabacoantismoking{adj}
antiátomoantiatom{m}
antitoxinaantitoxin{f}
antitranspiranteantiperspirant{m}
antitripsinaantitrypsin{f} [protein]
antitérmicoantipyretic{adj}
antitrombinaantithrombin{f} [protein]
antitéticoantithetic{adj}
antitóxicoantitoxic{adj}
antiulcerosoantiulcer{adj}
antiulcerosoanti-ulcer (medication){m}
antiviralantiviral{adj}
antivírico(medicine) antiviral{adj}
antílopeantelope{m}
antónimoantonym{m}
antojadizocapricious{adj}
antojarto fancy, would like{vp}
antojarto seem{vp}
antojowhim, impulse, craving{m}
antologíaanthology{f}
Antoniafemale given name, feminine form of Antonio{prop}
Antonietafemale given name, cognate to Antoinette{prop}
Antoniomale given name, cognate to Anthony{prop}
AntonioThe letter A in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
antonomasiaantonomasia{f}
antorchatorch{f}
antípodaantipode{f}
antracenoanthracene{m} [organic compound]
antracitaanthracite{f}
antraquinonaanthraquinone{f} [organic compound]
antárcticorare spelling of antártico{adj}
antrectomíaantrectomy{f}
antroantrum{m} [anatomy]
antroAn establishment, locale, home, etc., of untidy appearance or bad reputation{m}
antrodive (disreputable nightclub){m} [informal]
antrocave, cavern{m} [poetic]
antro de libertinajefleshpot{m}
antropófago(of humans) cannibalistic, anthropophagous{adj}
antropólogaanthropologist (female){f}
antropólogoanthropologist{m}
antropónimoanthroponym{m}
antropo-anthropo-{prefix}
antropofagiaanthropophagy{f}
antropofobiaanthropophobia{f}
antropoformizaciónanthropomorphization{f}
antropogoníaanthropogeny, anthropogenesis{f}
antropoideanthropoid{adj}
antropológicoanthropological{adj}
antropologíaanthropology{f}
antropomorfoanthropoid{adj}
antropomorfoanthropomorphic{adj}
antropomórficoanthropomorphic{adj}
antárticoAntarctic{adj} [astronomy, geography]
antárticomeridional (of or in the south, southern){adj}
AntártidaAntarctica{prop}
antítesisantithesis{f}
anualyearly, annual{adj}
anualidadannuity{f}
anualmenteyearly, annually (every year){adv}
anuarioyearbook{m}
anudarTo join two things together{v}
anudarTo tie something; to knot something{v}
anulaciónannulment{f}
anuladoannulled{adj}
anuladocancelled{adj}
anularannular (ring-shaped){adj}
anularring finger{m}
anularto annul{v}
anularseto vanish{v}
anulenoannulene{f} [organic compound]
anunciadorannouncing{adj}
anunciadoradvertiser{m}
anunciadorannouncer{m}
anunciarto advertise{v}
anunciarto announce{v}
anunciarto annunciate{v}
anunciar a bombo y platilloto make a song and dance about{adv} [idiomatic]
anunciarsereflexive form of anunciar announce oneself{vr}
anunciarsereflexive form of anunciar to bode, approach, impend, be imminent (indicate by signs, as future events){vr}
anuncioadvertisement{m}
anuncioannouncement{m}
anuncionotice{m}
anóxicoanoxic{adj}
anzuelohook, fishhook{m}
añoyear{m}
año bisiestoleap year{n}
año luzlight year{m}
año nuevoNew Year{m}
añoranzanostalgia{m}
añorarto miss or yearn; to pine for{vt}
aoristoaorist{m} [grammar]
aorta{f} [l/en, aorta]
a oscurasin the dark{phrase} [idiomatic]
a otra cosa, mariposaLet's change the subject, shall we?{phrase} [idiomatic]
a otro perro con ese huesoyou can't fool me, go tell that to somebody else; tell it to the marines{phrase} [idiomatic]
aúpaup! get up!{interj}
apañarto fix, to mend{v}
apañarto pick up, to grab with the hand{v}
apacentarTo graze; to pasture{v}
apacharto crush, to mangle{v}
apacheApache{mf}
apachurradodepressed, crushed{adj}
apachurrarto crush{v}
apaciblepeaceable{adj}
apaciguadorpacifying{adj}
apaciguamientoappeasement{m}
apaciguarto pacify{vt}
apaciguarseto calm down{v}
apadrinarto sponsor{v}
apagadofaint, pale{adj}
apagado(switched) off, shutdown{adj}
apagafuegosfire extinguisher{mf}
apagafuegosfirefighter{mf}
apagarto fade; to wane{vr}
apagarto go out, be extinguished{vr}
apagarto satisfy{vt} [obsolete]
apagarquench, slake (thirst, etc.){vt}
apagarto extinguish (a flame, fire){vt}
apagarto put out{vt}
apagarto shut off, to turn off, to switch off{vt}
apagarsereflexive form of apagar{vr}
apagónblackout, power cut{m}
apalancarto hide, put out of sight{v} [colloquial]
apalancarto raise or open with a lever{vt}
apalearto beat up{v}
apanarbatter, bread (to coat with batter or breadcrumbs){v} [Latin America]
apancoraSouth American crab (Lithodes antarcticus){f}
apaniguarto supply someone with food{v}
apapacharto cuddle{v}
apapachocuddle; affectionate hug{m}
aparadorsideboard{m}
aparatoapparatus, device, tool, instrument, appliance{m}
aparatobraces{m} [in plural]
aparatophone{m}
aparatowilly, tool (penis){m}
aparato de GolgiGolgi apparatus{m} [cytology]
aparcamientoparking, car park{m} [Spain]
aparcarTo park{v}
apareamientomating, pairing{m} [zoology]
aparearto mate{v}
aparecerto appear; to turn up{v}
aparecidoappeared{adj}
aparecimientoappearance{m}
aparecimientooccurrence{m}
aparejarto harness{v}
aparejoElevation hoist{m}
aparejofishing tackle{m}
aparentarto appear, seem{v}
aparentarto pretend, feign{v}
aparenteapparent{adj}
aparenteseeming{adj}
aparentementeapparently{adv}
aparentementeseemingly{adv}
apariciónappearance (act of appearing){f}
apariciónappearance (a thing seen){f}
aparienciaappearance (personal presence){f}
aparienciaappearance (semblance, or apparent likeness){f}
apartadodifferent{adj}
apartadoshy, unsociable{adj} [El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua]
apartadoremote, isolated{adj}
apartadobackroom{m}
apartadobooth{m}
apartadopigeon hole{m}
apartamentoflat{m}
apartarto separate or divide{v}
apartarto set aside{v}
a parteaside{adv}
aparteseparately (usually followed by preposition "de"){adv}
aparte de estootherwise. In all other respects{adv}
apartheidapartheid (any policy of racial separation){m}
apartheidapartheid (racial separation in South Africa from 1948 to 1990){m} [history]
apartidistanonpartisan{adj}
a partir destarting from, from, beginning{prep}
apasionadamentepassionately{adv}
apasionadoenthusiastic{adj}
apasionadopassionate{adj}
apasionanteexciting, interesting{adj}
apasionarbecome a fan{vr}
apasionarto get excited{vr}
apatíaapathy{f}
apatrullarto patrol{v}
apócopeapocope{f}
apócrifoapocryphal{adj}
apículoapiculus{m} [mycology]
apearto come down, dismount{vr}
apearto dispose{vt}
apearto remove{vt}
apearto take down{vt}
a pedir de bocajust fine, as planned, swimmingly{adv} [idiomatic]
apedrearto stone (to throw stones at){v}
apegoattachment, fondness{m}
apelaciónappeal{f}
apelaciónvocation{f}
apelanteappellant{mf} [legal]
apelarto appeal{v}
apelinaapelin{f} [protein]
apellidarto call by one's surname{v}
apellidarto name, to give a name or surname to{v}
apellidosurname{m}
apelmazadocompressed{adj}
apelmazadolumpy{adj}
apelmazadoclumsy, lacking convenience or amenity{adj} [of writing]
apelotonarto ball up, to flock together{v}
apenadoashamed{adj}
apenadosad, griefed, pained{adj}
apenarto embarrass{v}
apenarto sadden{v}
apenasas soon as{adv}
apenashardly, scarcely{adv}
apenasrecently, just{adv}
apendicectomíaappendicectomy{f} [surgery]
apendicitisappendicitis{f}
apercibirto prepare{v}
aperitivoapéritif{m}
aperitivoappetizer{m}
aperohorse tack, riding gear{m}
aperotool, instrument{m}
aperturaaperture{f}
aperturaopening{f} [chess]
aperturaopening{f}
apesadumbrarto sadden{v}
a pesar dein spite of{prep}
apestarto annoy{v}
apestarto cause a plague, disease{v}
apestarto corrupt, spoil{v}
apestarto nauseate{v}
apestarto stink{v}
apestosostinking{adj}
apetecerto like, to feel like.{vt} [ambitransitive]
apetecibleappetizing{adj}
apetitoappetite{m}
apetitosoappetizing, tasty, savory{adj}
apetitosodelicious{adj}
apófisisapophysis{f} [anatomy]
apógrafoapograph{m}
apicectomíaapicectomy{f}
apicultorbeekeeper{m}
apiculturabeekeeping{f}
a pieon foot{adv}
a pies juntillas(of believing something etc) firmly, totally, absolutely{adv} [figuratively]
a pies juntillaswith both feet together{adv}
apilarto pile up{v}
apiocelery{m}
apioqueer, poof{m} [slang, Spain]
apisonadorasteamroller, road roller{f}
apisonarto tamp{v}
aplacamientoappeasement{m}
aplacarappease, placate{v}
aplanadorabulldozer{f}
aplanadoraroad roller{f}
aplanarto bulldoze{v}
aplanarto flatten{v}
aplanarto grade{v}
aplastamientocrush, squash, trample{m}
aplastantecrushed, flattened{adj}
aplastantedevastated{adj}
aplastarto crush{v}
aplastarto flatten{v}
aplaudirto applaud{v}
aplausoapplause{m}
aplazamientopostponement, adjournment{m}
aplazarto flunk (fail){vt} [Latin America]
aplazarto postpone{vt}
aplicabilidadapplicability{f}
aplicableapplicable{adj}
aplicaciónadministering{f}
aplicaciónapplication{f}
aplicadoapplied{adj}
aplicadorapplicator{m}
aplicarto smear. To put something above other thing or in cotact with other thing. Él aplicó la mermelada a la tostada - He spreads the mermelade on the toast. // Aplicó la pomada a la rodilla. - He smear the cream on the knee{v}
aplicarto use. El presidente aplicó medidas especiales. - The president used special measures{v}
aplicarseto apply oneself{v}
apliqueapplique{m}
apliquewall light{m}
aplomarto plumb{v}
aplomoaplomb{m}
apéndiceappendix{m} [anatomy]
apéndiceappendix (text added to the end of a book){m}
apocalipsisapocalypse{m}
apocalípticoapocalyptic{adj}
apocoparto apocopate{v}
apodarTo evaluate, judge{v} [archaic]
apodarTo call someone names{v}
apoderadoguardian{m} [of a person]
apoderarto empower{v}
apoderarseto take power{vr}
apoderarse deto seize{v}
apodonickname, byname, alias{m}
apoenzimaapoenzyme{f} [enzyme]
apogeoapogee; climax, peak{m}
apogeoapogee{m} [astronomy]
apolilladomoth eaten{adj}
apolipoproteínaapolipoprotein{f} [protein]
apologíaapology; eulogy, defense{f}
apologéticaapologetics{f}
apologéticoapologetic (defending by words or arguments){adj}
apologéticoapology; defense{m} [obsolete]
aponerto appose{vt} [grammar]
aponerto impute, to blame, to assign guilt to{vt} [obsolete]
aponeurosisaponeurosis{f} [anatomy]
a popaabaft{adv}
apoplécticoapoplectic{adj}
apoplejíaapoplexy{f}
apopléjicoapoplectic{adj}
apopléticoapoplectic{adj}
apoproteínaapoprotein{f} [organic compound]
apoptosisapoptosis{f} [cytology]
aporrearto bludgeon{v}
aportacióncontribution{f}
aportarto bring{v}
aportarto contribute{v}
aportarto provide{v}
aportecontribution{m}
aposentarto lodge, put up{v}
aposentoroom, bedroom{m}
a postaon purpose{v} [idiomatic]
apostadorbettor, punter (one who bets){m}
apostarto bet{vt}
apostasíaapostasy{f}
apostillarto annotate{v}
apostólicoapostolic{adj}
apostoladoapostleship{m}
apotecadrugstore, pharmacy{f} [archaic]
apotecamortgage{f} [archaic]
apotecarioapothecary, druggist{m} [archaic]
apotemaapothem{f}
apoteosisapotheosis{f}
apoticarioapothecary{m}
apoyarto support{v}
apoyarseto be based, to be founded{v}
apoyarseto lean on, to rely on{v}
apoyarseto lean, to rest, to be supported{v}
apoyosupport{m}
apreciableappreciable{adj}
apreciaciónappreciation{f}
apreciarto appreciate{v}
apreciativoappreciative{adj}
aprehenderto apprehend{v}
apremianteurgent{adj}
apremiarto pressure, urge{v}
apremiocourt order{m} [legal]
apremiopressure, urge{m}
aprenderto learn{v}
aprendizapprentice, trainee{m}
aprendizajeapprenticeship{m} [countable]
aprendizajelearning{m} [uncountable]
aprensiónapprehension; anxiety{f}
aprensivoapprehensive{adj}
apresarimprison{vt}
apresarto seize, capture{vt}
aprestarto prepare, to make ready{v}
aprestarseto prepare oneself{vr}
aprestopreparation{m}
apresurarto hasten (to do something){vr}
apresurarto quicken{vt}
apresurarseto hurry, reflexive form of apresurar{vr}
apretadoshort (of money){adj}
apretadotight{adj}
apretadísimosuperlative form of apretado{adj}
apretarTo hold back{vt}
apretarTo hold on to something{vt}
apretarTo press someone with one's needs{vt}
apretarTo squeeze, constrict, or compress{vt}
apretónconflict{m}
apretóngrip, squeeze{m}
apretónpressure{m}
apretujarto squash{v}
aprietoa push of a button{m}
aprietopredicament{m}
a primera vistaat first glance, at the first look{adv}
aprisaquickly{adv}
apriscarto gather sheep into a sheepfold{v}
apriscosheepfold{m}
aprobaciónapproval{f}
aprobaciónvalidation{f}
aprobadoapproved, confirmed{adj}
aprobarto approve{v}
aprobarto pass (an exam){v}
apropiadamentecorrectly, with propriety{adv}
apropiadoappropriate{adj}
apropiadosuitable{adj}
a propósitoOf an appropriate or pertinent nature; apropos{adj}
aprovechamientoharnessing{m}
aprovechamientoimprovement{m}
aprovechamientouse{m}
aprovecharto be useful{v}
aprovecharto harness{v}
aprovecharto improve{v}
aprovecharto make use of{v}
aprovecharto take advantage of{v}
aprovecharse(reflexive form of aprovechar) to take advantage{vr}
aprovisionamientoprovisioning{m}
aprovisionarto supply{v}
aproximaciónapproximation{f}
aproximadamenteapproximately{adv}
aproximadoapproximate{adj}
aproximarto approximate{v}
apósitosticking plaster. band-aid. Elastoplast{m}
apóstataapostate{mf}
apóstolapostle{m}
apóstrofeapostrophe{m} [rhetoric]
apóstrofoapostrophe (typographic character){m}
apáticamenteapathetically{adv}
apáticoapathetic{adj}
aptitudaptitude{f}
apuñalarto stab{v}
apuestabet{f}
apuestohandsome, good-looking (person){adj}
apuntadorpointing{adj}
apuntadorpointer{m} [programming]
apuntadorprompter{m} [theater]
apuntalarto prop up{v}
apuntarto baste{v}
apuntarto bet, to put up money, to stake{v}
apuntarto fasten temporarily{v}
apuntarto hint, to suggest{v}
apuntarto mention, to mention in passing{v}
apuntarto note, to note down, to write down{v}
apuntarto outline, to sketch{v}
apuntarto patch, to darn, to sew, to mend{v}
apuntarto point{v}
apuntarto point, to aim{v}
apuntarto point to, to point at, to point out, to indicate{v}
apuntarto prompt, to cue, to whisper the answer{v}
apuntarto sharpen{v}
apuntarto tack{v}
apuntarto underline, to mark (text){v}
apuntenote{m}
apuntillarto finish off{v}
a punto de(just) about to{adv}
apuradoin a hurry{adj}
apuradopoor, needy, short{adj}
apurarto hurry{vitr}
apurarto worry, bother{vtr}
apurarto drain, use up completely{vt}
apurarsereflexive form of apurar, to hurry{vr}
apurarsereflexive form of apurar, to worry{vr}
apurodifficulty, predicament{m}
apuroshortage{m}
apurourgency{m}
aquíhere{adv}
aquíhither{adv}
aquejarto afflict{v}
aquelthat (over there; implying some distance){adj} [demonstrative]
aquelalternative spelling of aquél{pron} [demonstrative]
aquelarreA Basque celebration of witches{n}
aquelarreA coven{n}
aquelarreA nocturnal group of witches and the devil{n}
aquellaalternative spelling of aquélla That one{pron}
aquellasfeminine plural of aquel those (over there; implying some distance){adj}
aquellasalternative spelling of aquéllas Those ones{pron}
aquelloneuter form of aquél that (over there); it.{pron}
aquellosalternative spelling of aquéllos Those ones (over there; implying some distance).{pron}
aquellosThose ones. (over there; implying some distance){pron}
aquendeOver here, on this side{adv}
aquenioachene{m} [botany]
aquiescenciaacquiescence, consent{f}
aquietarto calm down{vr}
aquietarto calm{vt}
aquilatarto assay; to analyze or examine{vt}
AquilesAchilles{prop}
AquisgránAachen (city in North Rhine-Westphalia){prop}
aquélanyone/anything{pron}
aquélthat one (far from speaker and listener){pron}
aquélthe former{pron}
aquéllafeminine form of aquél that one (far from speaker and listener){pron}
aquéllasfeminine plural of aquél those ones (far from speaker and listener){pron}
-aréSuffix indicating the third-person singular future indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
-arIn adjectives, indicating membership or status{suffix}
-arIn nouns, indicating a place where something is grown{suffix}
-arThe infinitive suffix for many verbs{suffix}
arañaspider{f}
arañarto scratch{vt}
arañazoA scratch.{m}
arabeArabic language{m}
arabeArab (person of Arab origin){m}
ArabiaArabia{prop}
Arabia SaudíSaudi Arabia (country in the Middle East){prop}
Arabia SauditaSaudi Arabia{prop}
arabinosaarabinose{m} [carbohydrates]
arabioarab{adj} [obsolete]
Aracelifemale given name{prop}
aracnoidesarachnoid mater{m} [anatomy]
aradoplough{m}
AragónAragon{prop}
aragonitoaragonite{m} [mineral]
aragonésAragonese{adj}
aragonésAragonese language{prop}
arañitadiminutive form of araña; little spider{f}
-aranDenotes the imperfect subjunctive in the (formal) second-person plural for regular verbs ending in -ar{suffix}
-aranDenotes the imperfect subjunctive in the third-person plural for regular verbs ending in -ar{suffix}
aranceltariff{m}
arandelawasher (flat disk, placed beneath a nut){f}
aranésAragonese{adj}
aranésAragonese person{m}
aranésAragonese language{prop}
arao aliblancoThe black guillemot. A seabird{m}
araquidónicoarachidonic{adj}
araquidonatoarachidonate{m} [organic compound]
ararcommon juniper, Juniperus communis{m}
ararsandarac tree, Tetraclinis{m}
ararto plough{v}
AraucaníaAraucania, the homeland of the Mapuche people in part of Patagonia (southern Chile and Argentina){prop} [history]
AraucaníaOne of the fifteen administrative regions of Chile{prop}
araucanizaciónAraucanization, the process of expansion of the Mapudungun language and other elements of the Mapuche culture from their homeland of Araucania into the plains of Patagonia, so as to assimilate other native Amerind peoples{f}
araucanoAraucanian (Mapuche){adj}
araucanoOf or pertaining to the Mapudungun language; Mapudungun-language{adj} [uncommon]
araucanoAraucanian (Mapuche){m}
araucanoThe Mapudungun language{m} [uncommon]
araucariaAraucaria; a conifer tree of South America{f}
a raíz dedue to, because of, as a result of{prep}
arábigoArabic (of, from, or pertaining to Arab countries or cultural behaviour){adj}
arábigoArabic (language){m}
arbitrajearbitration{m}
arbitralarbitral{adj}
arbitrarto arbitrate{v}
arbitrariamentearbitrarily{adv}
arbitrariedadAn arbitrary thing{f}
arbitrariedadarbitrariness{f}
arbitrarioarbitrary{adj}
arbitriowill{m}
arbolarto rear up{vr} [of a horse]
arbolarto plant trees{v}
arbolarto raise or hoist a standard or flag{v}
arborícolaarboreal; living in trees{adj} [of an animal]
arborescentearborescent (treelike in structure){adj}
arbori-tree{prefix}
arboricidaarboricidal{adj}
arboricidaarboricide{mf}
arboricultorarboriculturist{m}
arboricultorafeminine form of arboricultor{f}
arboriculturaarboriculture{f}
arboriformearboriform{adj}
arbotanteflying buttress{m}
arbóreoarboreal{adj}
arbustobush, shrub{m}
arcaark, chest{f}
arcadaA series of arches; an arcade{f}
arcadanausea{f}
arca de la AlianzaArk of the Covenant{f}
arca de NoéNoah's ark{f}
arcaicoarchaic{adj}
arcangélicoarchangelic{adj}
arcanoarcane{adj}
arcanomystery{m}
arceA maple tree{m}
arceshoulder (of a road){m} [dated]
archi-archi-, arch-{prefix}
archibebea sea-water wading bird, the common redshank{m}
archidiócesisarchdiocese{f}
archiduquearchduke (rank){m}
archiduquesaarchduchess (rank){f}
archienemigoarchenemy{m}
archipiélagoarchipelago{m}
archipopularsuperpopular{adj}
archivadorfiling{adj}
archivadorfiling clerk; archivist{m}
archivadorfiling cabinet{m} [masculine only]
archivadorafeminine form of archivador{f}
archivarto file or archive{v}
archiveroarchivist{m}
archivoarchive{m}
archivofile{m}
arcillaclay{f}
arcénedge{m}
arcénshoulder (of a road){m}
arcángelarchangel{m}
arácnidoarachnid{m}
arcoarch{m} [architecture]
arcobow (weapon){m}
arcoarc{m} [geometry]
arcobow (used to play string instruments){m} [music]
arco de triunfotriumphal arch{m}
arco irisrainbow{m}
arcoírisrainbow{m}
ardasquirrel{f}
arder(manure) to rot{v}
arderto be in a feverish state of excitement{v}
arderto burn, to blaze{v}
arderto burn, to sting, to smart{v}
ardidbrave, courageous{adj} [archaic]
ardidastute, crafty{adj} [obsolete]
ardidplot, trick{m}
ardienteardent{adj}
ardienteburning{adj}
ardientehot{adj}
ardientementeardently{adv}
ardillasquirrel{f}
ardorardour{m}
ardorburning (feeling){m}
ardoreagerness{m}
ardorheat{m}
ardorosoardent{adj}
ardorosoburning{adj}
arduoarduous{adj}
arduovery difficult{adj}
a regañadientesreluctantly, grudgingly{adv} [idiomatic]
-areisSuffix indicating the second-person plural future indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
arenabullfight arena; boxing ring{f}
arenasand, gravel{f}
arena para gatokitty litter, cat litter{n}
arenerosandbox{m}
arenerosand dealer, sand vendor{m}
arenerosand trap{m}
arengarto harangue{v}
areniscasandstone{f}
areniscosandy{adj}
arenososandy{adj}
arenqueherring{m}
aéreoaerial{adj}
arepaA pancake made out of cornmeal and often filled with meat{f}
arequipedulce de leche{m} [Colombia, Venezuela]
aretalogíaaretology{f}
areteearring{m} [Latin America]
ArevaloA surname{prop}
arfilbishop (chess piece){m}
argamasamortar, cement{f}
ArgelAlgiers{prop}
ArgeliaAlgeria (country){prop}
argelinoAlgerian{adj}
argelinoAlgerian{m}
argüendegossip{m} [Mexico]
argüendenoisy event, happening or action{m} [Mexico]
argüendestruggle, dispute{m} [Mexico]
argüendearto gossip{v} [Mexico]
argentinafeminine form of argentino{f}
ArgentinaArgentina{prop}
argentinidadQuality or condition of being Argentinian{f}
argentinoArgentinian, Argentine{adj}
argentinoArgentinian (person){m}
argentosilver{m} [poetic]
argininaarginine{f}
argüirto infer, to imagine{v}
argónargon{m}
argollacroquet{f} [games]
argollalarge ring{f}
argollastaple{f}
ArgonautasArgonauts{prop} [Greek mythology]
argotslang, argot{m}
arguciaquibble, squabble{n}
arguciaspuriousness{n}
argumentaciónargument{f}
argumentarto argue (make a case for a point of view){v}
argumentarto dispute{v}
argumentoargument{m}
argumentoplot, story line{m}
ariaaria{f}
arianoArian 2. one whose star sign is Aries{m}
AricaArica (the Chilean city){prop}
aridezaridity, dryness{f}
aridizaciónaridification{f}
Arielmale given name of biblical origin{prop}
Aries(constellation){prop} [l/en, Aries]
arietarTo ram (to strike with an implement){vt} [rare]
arietebattering ram{m}
ariloaril{m}
-ario-ary{suffix}
aristaarris{f} [architecture]
aristaarête{f}
aristaedge (place where two faces of a polyhedron meet){f} [geometry]
aristócrataaristocrat{mf}
AristófanesAristophanes{prop}
aristocraciaaristocracy{f}
aristocráticamentearistocratically{adv}
aristocráticoaristocratic{adj}
aristofanescoAristophanean{adj}
aristofánicoAristophanean{adj}
aristotélicoAristotelian{adj}
AristótelesAristotle{prop}
aritenoideoarytenoid{m}
aritmética(female) arithmetician{f}
aritméticaarithmetic (mathematics of numbers, etc.){f} [mathematics]
aritméticoarithmetic, arithmetical{adj}
aritméticoarithmetician{m}
Arizona{prop} [l/en, Arizona]
Arkansas{prop} [l/en, Arkansas]
armaweapon{f}
arma blancabladed weapon; knife, sword etc{f}
armadafleet{f}
armadanavy{f}
arma de fogueoflare gun{f}
arma de fogueostarting pistol{f}
arma de fuegofirearm{f}
armadilloarmadillo{m}
armadoarmed{adj}
armaduraarmour{f}
armaduraframe, framework{f}
armaduraskeleton{f}
armamentoarmament, weaponry, weapons, arms{m}
armamentoequipment{m}
Armandomale given name, cognate to English Herman via French Armand{prop}
arma nuclearnuclear weapon{f}
armarto arm (supply with weapons){v}
armarto provoke{v}
armariocloset{m}
armariocupboard{m}
armariolocker{m}
armar la de Dios es CristoTo raise hell, create an almighty fuss{v} [idiomatic]
armar la de San Quintínto raise Cain{phrase}
armar la de San Quintínto start a fight{phrase}
armazónassemblage{f}
armazónframe, framework{f}
armazónframe, skeleton{m}
armazónhousing, armature{m}
Armenia{prop} [l/en, Armenia]
armenioArmenian (of, from, or pertaining to Armenia, Armenians, the language or alphabet){adj}
armenioArmenian (person){m}
armeríaarmoury, armory{f}
armeríagun shop{f}
armeroarmorer{m}
armerogunsmith{m}
armiñoermine{m}
armisticioarmistice{m}
armónicaharmonica{f}
armónicoharmonic{adj}
armoníaharmony{f}
ARNRNA, ribonucleic acid{initialism} [genetics]
arándanoblueberry, bilberry, cranberry{m}
arándano azulblueberry{m}
arándano rojocranberry{m}
arándano árticolingonberry{n}
arándano silvestrelingonberry{m}
arnésharness{m}
arnés penestrap-on{n}
aroearring{m} [Argentina, Chile, Paraguay]
arohoop{m}
arolarge ring{m}
aromaaroma{m}
aromatasaaromatase{f} [enzyme]
aromaticidadaromaticity{f}
aromáticoaromatic{adj}
-aronDenotes the indicative preterite in the (formal) second-person plural for regular verbs ending in -ar{suffix}
-aronDenotes the indicative preterite in the third-person plural for regular verbs ending in -ar{suffix}
arpaharp (musical instrument){f}
arpíaharpy{f}
arpíabitch, vixen, or shrew{f} [vulgar, derogatory]
arpegioarpeggio{m}
arpillerasackcloth{f}
arpónharpoon{m}
arponearto harpoon{v}
arponeroharpooner{m}
arquearto arch{v}
arqueólogoarcheologist{m}
arqueológicoarcheological{adj}
arqueologíaarchaeology{f}
arqueríaarchery{f}
arqueroarcher{m}
arquerogoalkeeper{m} [sports]
arquetipoarchetype{m}
arquetípicoarchetypal{adj}
arqui-arch-, archi-{prefix}
arquidiócesisarchdiocese{f}
arquiepiscopalarchiepiscopal{adj}
arquimedianoArchimedean{adj}
arquitectónicoarchitectural, architectonic{adj}
arquitectoarchitect{m}
arquitecturaarchitecture{f}
arquitrabearchitrave{f} [architecture]
ArquímedesArchimedes{prop}
arracachaA South American plant grown as a root vegetable, Arracacia xanthorrhiza{f}
arracachearracacha{m} [Costa Rica]
arracherabeef cut from the diaphragm{f} [Mexico]
arraigarto establish{v}
arraigarto settle{v}
arraigarto take root{v}
arrancadaAn act of pulling away{f}
arrancadasnatch{f} [weightlifting]
arrancarto run away{vr}
arrancarto pull out{v}
arrancarto rip, to tear{v}
arrancarto start{v}
arranquestartup{m}
arranquesnatch{m} [weightlifting]
arrasamientodevastation{m}
arrasarto devastate{v}
arrastradodragged{adj}
arrastradohumiliated{adj}
arrastrarto put oneself out{vr}
arrastrarto drag{v}
arrastrarto drag along{v}
arrastrarto incite{v}
arrastrarto pull, tow{v}
arrastretrawling{m}
arregee up, giddyup{interj}
arreaget moving!{interj}
arrearto harness{v}
arrearto urge{v}
arrebatadoflushed (color){adj}
arrebatadoimpassioned{adj}
arrebatadopassionate{adj}
arrebatadorcaptivating (beautiful){adj}
arrebatadoramentecaptivatingly{adv}
arrebatamientorage, anger{m}
arrebatamientosnatching, taking{m}
arrebatarto snatch{vt} [ditransitive]
arrebatarto captivate (with beauty){vt}
arrebatooutburst{m}
arrebatorage, anger{m}
arrebujarto wrap up{v}
arreciarto intensify; get stronger, worse, more severe etc{v} [ergative]
arrecifereef{m}
arreglarto adjust{v}
arreglarto arrange{v}
arreglarto fix{v}
arreglarto repair{v}
arreglarto straighten{v}
arregloadjustment{m}
arregloarrangement{m}
arreglocompromise{m}
arregloarray{m} [computing]
arreglogrooming, personal care{m}
arreglorepair{m}
arremeterto attack{v}
arrendajoEurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius){m}
arrendajojay, jaybird{m}
arrendarto rent{v} [Latin America]
arrepentidorepentant{adj}
arrepentimientorepair made on a painting{m}
arrepentimientorepentance{m}
arrepentirto regret, repent{vr}
arrestadoarrested{adj}
arrestarto arrest{v}
arrestoarrest{m}
arrezuzliquorice (plant, confection){m}
arriarto flood{v}
arribaabove, over{adv}
arribaupstairs{adv}
arribacome on!{interj}
arribahurray for (someone)!{interj}
arribarto arrive{v}
arribistasocial climber{m}
arriboarrival{m}
arriesgadodaring{adj}
arriesgadorisky, dangerous{adj}
arriesgarto venture; to risk{v}
arrimarto draw near{v}
arrinconarto corner{v}
arrinconarto shelve, to abandon a project{v}
arritmiaarrhythmia (irregular heartbeat){f}
arrobaAn ancient unit of measure of weight or volume, still used in some contexts in Spain, Portugal and Latin America. The exact amount varies by country, region and the substance being measured, being e.g. about 11.5 kg in most of Spain but 16.3 kg in Aragon, 13 kg as measure of oranges in Valencia and 16.1 liters as measure of wine{f}
arrobaThe ‘@’ symbol, used to signify this unit{f}
arrobarto enrapture{v}
arrocerarice mill{f} [Costa Rica, Cuba, Uruguay]
arrocerapaddy, rice paddy (field where rice is grown){f} [Cuba]
arrocerafeminine form of arrocero{f}
arrocerorice [attributive]{adj}
arrocerorice farmer{m}
arrodillarto kneel down{vr}
arrodillarto make someone kneel{vt}
arrodillarse(reflexive form of arrodillar) to kneel, to kneel down{vr}
arroganciaarrogance{f}
arrogantearrogant{adj}
arrogantementearrogantly{adv}
arrogarto adopt{vt} [legal]
arrogarto ascribe, arrogate{vtr} [ditransitive, usually]
arrogarseTo arrogate to oneself{v}
arrojarto emit{v}
arrojarto erupt{v}
arrojarto fling or hurl{v}
arrojarto shed{v}
arrojarto yield{v}
arrollarto dumbfound{v}
arrollarto roll, to roll away{v}
arrollarto sweep away{v}
arrollarto wind{v}
arromarto make blunt, to make dull{v}
arroparto clothe{v}
arroyostream, brook, creek [whether it flows year-round or only seasonally]{m}
ArroyoSpanish surname{prop}
arrozrice{m}
arrozalpaddy, rice paddy (field where rice is grown){m}
arroz con lecheA Spanish dessert made with rice, milk and sugar. It is similar to rice pudding{m}
arroz tres deliciasspecial fried rice (rice with prawns and other ingredients){m}
arruarto grunt{v} [said of a boar]
arrugawrinkle{f}
arrugadowrinkled, wrinkly{adj}
arrugarto chicken out, back down, lose one's nerve{vr}
arrugarto crease, to crumple{vt}
arrugarto wrinkle{vt}
arruinadoruined{adj}
arruinarto ruin{v}
arrullarto lull{v}
arrullocoo{m}
arrumbarto take the bearings{v} [nautical]
arrumbarto cast aside{v}
arrumbarto neglect{v}
arsenalarsenal{m}
arseniatoarsenate{m} [inorganic chemistry]
arseniuroarsenide{m}
arseniuro de galiogallium arsenide{m}
arsiTocharian A{n}
arsénicoarsenic{m}
artículoarticle{m}
artículo de consumocommodity{m}
artículo definidodefinite article{m} [grammar]
artículo indefinidoindefinite article{m} [grammar]
arteart{mf}
arteskill{mf}
artefactoartefact{m}
artejoknuckle{m}
arte marcialmartial art{m}
arte poppop art{m} [arts]
arteriaartery{f} [anatomy]
arterial ; relating to an artery{adj} [l/en, arterial]
arteriologíaarteriology{f} [anatomy]
arteriosclerosisarteriosclerosis{f}
arteroartful{adj}
artesaníahandicraft, craftwork{f}
artesanalartisanal{adj}
artesanoartisanal{adj}
artesanoartisan{m}
artíficecraftsman, artificer{mf}
aórticoaortic{adj}
articulaciónarticulation{f}
articuladoarticulate{adj}
articulararticular{adj}
articularto articulate{v}
artificial{adj} [l/en, artificial]
artificialmenteartificially{adv}
artificioartifact (man-made object){m}
artificioartifice, trick{m}
artificiocraft{m}
artificioskill{m}
artilleríaartillery{f}
artilleroartilleryman{m}
artillerodrunkard{m} [Bolivia]
artilugiocontraption, device{n}
artimañatrick{f}
artistaartist{mf}
artritisarthritis{f} [pathology]
artroplastiaarthroplasty{f}
artroscopiaarthroscopy{f} [surgery]
artrópodoarthropod{m}
artríticoarthritic{adj}
artísticamenteartistically{adv}
artísticoartistic{adj}
Arturomale given name, equivalent to Arthur{prop}
aruñaralternative form of arañar{v}
arvejapea{f} [Latin America, Canary Islands]
arvejavetch{f}
arzobispadoarchbishopric (all senses){m}
arzobispalarchepiscopal{adj}
arzobispoarchbishop{m}
asílike this; like that; as such; thus; so{adv}
asAn ace; somebody very proficient at an activity{m}
asAn ace; in a game of cards{m} [card games]
-assuffix indicating the second-person singular present indicative of -ar{suffix}
-assuffix indicative the second-person singular present subjunctive of -er verbs and -ir verbs{suffix}
asahandle{f}
asadobroiled{adj}
asadoroast{adj}
asadoroast{m}
asaeteadorarcher{m}
asaetearto attack, to pierce, to kill with arrows{v}
asalariadosalaried, with a salary{adj}
asaltanteraider, burglar{mf}
asaltarto strike suddenly (a thought, an illness, death, etc.){v} [figuratively]
asaltarto assault, to assail, to attack{v}
asaltarto storm{v}
asaltoassault{m}
a salvosafe and sound{adj}
asambleaassembly, meeting{f}
asarTo be roasting, to feel very hot{vr}
asarTo pester, to plague{v}
asarTo roast{v}
asaronaasarone{f} [organic compound]
asarsereflexive form of asar{vrr}
asbestoasbestos{m}
ascacoyoteAnteater{m}
ascaridolascaridole{m} [organic compound]
ascasuchilA kind of flowering plant{m}
ascendenciaancestry{f}
ascendenteascending, upward{adj}
ascenderto advance{v} [business]
ascender(status) to rise{v}
ascenderto ascend, to mount, to climb{v}
ascendienteancestor{mf}
ascendienteascendancy{mf}
ascensiónascension{f}
Ascensiónfemale given name{prop}
ascensoascent{m}
ascensopromotion{m}
ascensorelevator, lift{m}
ascetaascetic{mf}
ascetismoasceticism{m}
ascodisgust{m}
asconausea{m}
ascorbatoascorbate{m} [organic compound]
ascórbicoascorbic{adj}
ascéticoascetic{adj}
ascuaember{f}
AsdiSida, Agencia Sueca de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo{abbr}
aseadoneat{adj}
asearto wash{v}
asechanzaa trap{f}
asecharto set a trap{vt}
asediarto besiege{v}
asediosiege{m}
aseguradomade certain{adj}
aseguradorinsurer{m}
aseguradorainsurance (company){f}
aseguramientoassurance{m}
asegurarto maintain{v}
asegurarseto make sure{v}
asemejarto be similar{vr}
asemejarto make similar{v}
asentaderoseat (place on which to sit){m}
asentadopermanent, stable{adj}
asentadosettled{adj}
asentamientosettlement{m}
asentarto settle (as in inhabit){v}
asentimientoassent{m}
asentirto nod, assent{v}
aseocleaning{m}
aseotidiness{m}
aseotoilet{m}
asequibleaffordable{adj}
asequibleapproachable{adj}
AserAsher (Biblical character and tribe){prop}
aserraderosawmill{m}
aserrínsawdust{m}
asesinafeminine form of asesino; murderess{f}
asesinadomurdered{adj}
asesinarto murder{v}
asesinatoassassination{m}
asesinatomurder, homicide{m}
asesinomurderous{adj}
asesinomurderer{m}
asesinotraitor{m}
así es la vidac'est la vie, that's life{phrase}
asesoradvisor, consultant{m}
asesorarto advise{v}
asestarto aim{v}
asestarto shoot{v}
aseverarto assert{v}
asexualasexual{adj}
asexualasexual{mf}
asexualidadasexuality{f}
asfaltarto pave{v}
asfaltoasphalt{m}
asfixiaasphyxia{f} [pathology]
asfixiantesuffocating, asphyxiating{adj}
asfixiarto asphyxiate{v}
asféricoaspheric{adj}
Asia{prop} [l/en, Asia]
Asia SudoesteSouthwest Asia{n}
asiderohandle{m}
asiduidadassiduity, assiduousness{f}
asiduoassiduous{adj}
asientoseat{m}
asignaciónallowance, salary{f}
asignarto assign{v}
asignaturasubject (particular area of study){f}
asiladoasylee{m}
asilarto provide asylum{v}
asiloasylum (home){m}
asiloasylum (political){m}
asiloshelter, refuge{m}
asimetríaasymmetry{f}
asimilaciónassimilation{f}
asimilarto assimilate{v}
asimismolikewise{adv}
asimétricoasymmetrical{adj}
asininoasinine{adj}
asininodonkey (attributive){adj}
asintomáticoasymptomatic{adj}
asintóticamenteasymptotically{adv}
asintóticoasymptotic{adj}
asirto cling to{vt}
asirto grab; to seize{vt}
asistenciaassistance{f}
asistenteassistant{m}
asistidomechanically assisted{adj}
asistirto attend{v}
asiáticaAsian woman (person from or descended from people from the Indian sub-continent){f}
asiáticoAsian{adj}
asiáticoAsian (person from or descended from people from the Indian sub-continent){m}
asmaasthma{f} [pathology]
asmáticoasthmatic{adj}
asmáticoasthmatic{m}
asnalBrutish; bestial{adj}
asnalOf or pertaining to donkeys{adj}
asnodonkey, ass{m}
asnodumbass; ass{m} [slang, pejorative]
asíntotaasymptote{f} [geometry]
asociaciónassociation{f}
asociarto associate{v}
asolarto ravage, destroy{vt}
a solason one's own{adv} [idiomatic]
asolearto sun{v}
asomarto show{v}
asomarseTo lean{vr}
asombradoastonished{adj}
asombrarto amaze{v}
asombroamazement, astonishment{m}
asombrosoastonishing, amazing{adj}
aspacross, St. Anthony's cross{f}
aspahasp{f}
aspasaltire{f} [heraldry]
aspahorn (South American Spanish){f}
aspaintersection of two veins{f} [mining]
aspaspool, reel (yarn){f}
aspavane, sail (of windmill){f}
aspawheel{f}
aspaz-shaped figure{f}
asparaginaasparagine{f} [amino acid]
aspartamoaspartame{m} [organic compound]
aspartatoaspartate{m} [organic compound]
aspavientofuss, ado{m} [also in the plural]
aspavientosfuss, ado{mp}
aspectoappearance, look{m}
aspectoaspect{m}
asperillawoodruff{f}
aspiraciónaspiration, suction{f}
aspiradaaspirate{f}
aspiradoaspirated, aspirate{adj}
aspiradoravacuum cleaner{f}
aspiranteaspiring{adj}
aspiranteaspirant{mf}
aspirarto aspire, to desire to be{v}
aspirarto inhale{v}
aspirarto vacuum{v}
aspirinaaspirin{f}
asproA particular Turkish currency; the asper{m}
aspárticoaspartic{adj}
asépticoaseptic{adj}
asépticounemotional{adj}
así queso{conj}
asqueadonauseous, disgusted{adj}
asquearto disgust, to cause disgust{vi}
asquerosodisgusting{adj}
astabar{f}
astaflagstaff{f}
astahorn{f}
astalance{f}
astadohorned (having astas{m}
astatoastatine{m}
astaxantinaastaxanthin{f} [organic compound]
astenosferaasthenosphere{f}
asteriscoasterisk{m}
asterismoasterism, constellation (small group of stars){m} [astronomy]
asteroidestarlike, star-shaped{adj}
asteroideasteroid{m}
astilshaft (of an arrow){m}
astillasplinter{f}
astilladorawoodchipper{f}
astillarto splinter{v}
astillaskindling{fp}
astilleroshipyard{m}
astrafobiaastraphobia{f}
astralastral{adj}
astreñirto constrict{v}
astringenciaastringency{f}
astringenteastringent{adj}
astringenteastringent{f}
astringirto compel{v}
astringirto constrict{v}
astrólogoastrologer{m}
astrónomoastronomer{m}
astrocosmic body, celestial body{m}
astro-{prefix} [l/en, astro-]
-astroUsed to form nouns with a pejorative or lower meaning{suffix}
astrobiologíaastrobiology{f}
astroblemaastrobleme{m} [geology]
astrofísicaastrophysics{f}
astrofísica(female) astrophysicist{f}
astrofísicoastrophysical{adj}
astrofísicoastrophysicist{m}
astroideastroid{m} [geometry]
astrolabioastrolabe{m}
astrológicoastrological{adj}
astrologíaastrology{f}
astrometríaastrometry{f}
astronautaastronaut, spaceman{mf}
astronómicoastronomic{adj}
astronomíaastronomy{f}
astronáuticaastronautics{f}
astronáuticoastronautic{adj}
astuciaslyness, astuteness{f}
asturiana(female) Asturian{f}
asturianoAsturian{adj}
asturianoAsturian{m}
asturianoAsturian (language){m}
Asturiasa province in northwest Spain{prop}
astutoastute, shrewd, smart, clever{adj}
a su horaat the right time, on time{adv} [idiomatic]
asumirto assume, take on{v} [said of a duty or position]
asunciónassumption, succession to the throne{f}
asunciónthe Assumption{f}
AsunciónAny of a number of places, including Asunción (capital of Paraguay){prop}
Asunciónfemale given name{prop}
asuntoaffair{m}
asuntobusiness{m}
asuntoissue{m}
asuntomatter{m}
a sus piesat your (his/her/their) fingertips{phrase}
asustadizoscary, frightening{adj}
asustadoscared{adj}
asustarto be scared, frightened{vr}
asustarto scare{vt}
asustarsereflexive form of asustar To be frightened{vr}
ATOT{abbr}
-atafeminine form of -ato{suffix}
atacadoaffronted{adj}
atacanteattacker{mf}
atacarto attack{v}
ataúdcoffin, casket{m}
atadobiased{adj}
atadoconfused{adj}
atadotied{adj}
atadotimid{adj}
atadocoward{m}
ataduraattachment, tying up{f}
ataduratie{f}
atañerto concern{v}
atajarto catch{v} [Latin America]
atajarto block{v} [Spain]
atajarto intercept{v} [Spain]
atajarto stop{v} [Spain]
atajarto take a short cut{v}
atajoshortcut, cutoff{m}
atalayaheight{f}
atalayawatchtower{f}
atalayarTo spy on{v}
atalayarTo watch from a high vantage point{v}
atanorwater pipe{m}
ataqueattack{m}
ataque cardiacoheart attack{m}
ataque de nerviosnervous breakdown{m}
atarto tie{vt}
atarantarto daze{v}
ataraxiaataraxia{f}
atarazanashipyard, dockyard{f} [nautical]
atardecerlate afternoon, sunset, dusk, evenfall, nightfall{m}
atardecerto draw towards evening, to grow late{v}
atardecerto get dark{v}
atarearto devote oneself to a task or occupation{vr}
atarearto task{vt}
atascarto jam, obstruct{vt}
atascarseto stick, to become stuck{vr}
atascojam (blockage){m}
ataviarto adorn{v}
ataviarto dress{v}
atavíoapparel; clothing{m}
ataxiaataxia{f} [pathology]
ateA kind of Mexican jelly candy made by cooking fruit pulp, usually from guava, quince, peach or prickly pear{m}
ateafeminine form of ateo{f}
atemorizarto scare, frighten{vt}
atemperarto temper{v}
AtenasAthens (capital city of Greece){prop}
atenazarto grip, paralyse (especially fear){vt} [figuratively]
atenazarto hold in place (especially by means of a clamp, vice, etc.){vt} [literally]
atenciónattention{f}
atencióncourtesy, favor{f}
atenderto pay attention; to mind{vi}
atenderto care for (someone, especially the ill){vt}
atenderto comply with (some rule){vt}
atenderto pay attention to (something); to attend to (something){vt}
atenerTo maintain, to keep (a tradition, etc.){v}
atenerseto rely{vr}
atentadomoderate, prudent{adj} [dated]
atentadoviolent attack{m}
atentamenteattentively{adv}
atentamentebest regards (polite closing of a letter){adv}
atentamentepolitely{adv}
atentarto commit a violent or criminal attack, to strike{v}
atentoattentive{adj}
atentopolite, courteous{adj}
atentothoughtful{adj}
atenuarto attenuate{v}
atenuarto extenuate{v}
ateoatheist{adj}
ateoatheist{m}
atepocatetadpole{m} [Mexico]
aterciopeladovelvety (made of velvet){adj}
aterectomíaatherectomy{f}
aterirto numb cold{v}
aterirseto become rigid from the cold{v}
aterradorterrifying{adj}
aterrajelanding (of an aircraft){m}
aterrajelanding (where a boat lands){m}
aterrarto scare{v}
aterrarto stain with earth, dust or sand{v}
aterrizajeLanding (of an airplane){m}
aterrizarto come back to reality, to stop dreaming{vi} [figuratively, colloquial]
aterrizarto land (e.g. an airplane){vi}
aterrorizarto terrify{v}
ateísmoatheism{m}
atesorarto hoard{v}
ateístaatheist{mf}
atestaciónattestation{f}
atestarto attest{v} [legal]
atestarto pack{v}
atestiguarto attest, to testify{v}
atiborradocrowded{adj}
atiborrarto stuff oneself (with food){vr}
atiborrarto crowd{v}
atiborrarto stuff{v}
a tiempoin time, at the opportune moment{adv}
a tiempoon time, in time, not late{adv}
a tientasblindly (without seeing, touching shapes for orientation){adv}
atildadodapper; elegant{adj}
atildarto place a tilde over{v}
atinarto be accurate; hit the target; get (something) right{vi}
atirantarto tighten{v}
a tiroin range (of a target to shoot){adv}
a tirowithin reach (of a goal, ambition etc.){adv}
a tiro hechopurposefully{adv} [idiomatic]
atisbarto spy on{v}
atisbarto watch, to observe{v}
atisboinkling{m}
atizadorpoker (for fire){m}
atizarto stir, fan, poke, rouse, stoke{v}
atlas{m} [anatomy, cartography] [l/en, atlas]
atletaa physically fit person{mf}
atletaathlete (competitor in a sport){mf}
atletismoathletics{m}
atlánticoAtlantic{adj}
AtlánticoAtlantic Ocean{prop}
AtlántidaAtlantis{prop}
atléticoathletic{adj}
atómicoatomic{adj}
atmosferaalternative form of atmósfera{f}
atmosféricoatmospheric{adj}
atmósferaatmosphere{f}
atúntuna (fish){m}
atónitostunned, astonished{adj}
-atodesignates a salt or ester related to an acid{suffix} [chemistry]
-atoDenotes the office of a noun stem{suffix}
-atoForms adjectives of quality{suffix}
-atoforms an institution from a noun stem{suffix}
-atoforms the corresponding action of a noun{suffix}
-atoindicates a baby of a specific animal{suffix}
a todo cerdo le llega su san Martínevery dog has its day{proverb}
atoleatole{m}
atolónatoll{m}
atolondradoconfused{adj}
atolondradorash, foolish{adj}
atolondrarto fluster, to confuse{vt}
a tomar por el culomiles away{adv} [idiomatic, vulgar, colloquial]
atomicidadatomicity{f}
atomizadoratomizer{m}
atomizarto atomize{v}
atomizarto spray{v}
atomoxetinaatomoxetine{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
atonalatonal{adj} [music]
atontarto stupefy{v}
atorarto clog{v}
atormentarto torment{v}
atornillarto screw{v}
atosigarto pester, harass{vt}
atosigarto poison{vt}
atovaquonaatovaquone{m} [pharmaceutical drug, organic compound]
atípicoatypical{adj}
atrabiliarioatrabilious{adj}
atrabiliariocholeric{adj}
atracarto berth{v} [nautical]
atracarto assault{v}
atracciónattraction{f}
atracónstuffing, pigging out (act of eating a lot){m} [colloquial]
atracoassault{m}
atracorobbery{m}
atractivoattractive{adj}
atractivoappeal, attractiveness, attraction{m}
atraerto attract, to lure{v}
atraillarto leash{v}
atrancarto bar, to secure shut with bars{v}
atrapadocaught, captured{adj}
atrapadostuck{adj}
atrapadotrapped{adj}
atraparto capture{v}
atrasadobelated, tardy, delayed{adj}
atrasarto delay{v}
atrasodelay, lateness{m}
atravesadotransversal, cross, oblique{adj}
atravesarto cross, to traverse{v}
atravesarto pierce{v}
atravesimientocrossing{m}
atravesimiento peatonalpedestrian crossing or overpass{n}
a través deacross{adv}
a través dethrough{adv}
atrayenteattractive{adj}
atreguarto form or grant a truce{v}
atreverto dare{vp}
atreverse(reflexive form of atrever) to dare{vr}
atrevidodaring, bold{adj}
atrevimientoboldness{m}
atribuciónattribution{f}
atribuibleascribable{adj}
atribuirto assign{v}
atribularto afflict{v}
atributoattribute{m}
atriciónattrition{f}
atriciónbruise{f} [pathology]
atrincherarto entrench{v}
atrocidadatrocity{f}
atrofiaatrophy{f}
atrofiarto atrophy{vr} [atrofiarse]
atrofiarto cause atrophy{v}
atronadorthunderous{adj}
atronarto deafen; stun{v}
atronarto thunder{v}
atropelladohasty, in a rush{adj}
atropellarto be abusive, to bully{v}
atropellarto drive over{v}
atrozatrocious, horrible{adj}
atrásback in time, ago{adv}
atrásbehind{adv}
Atte.Abbreviation for atentamente (commonly used as part of the signature in letters and e-mails in Spanish speaking countries){abbr}
attogramoattogram{m}
atuendoattire, clothing, dress{m}
atuendopomp, ostentation{m}
atufarto vex{v}
aturdimientodaze, stupor{m}
aturdimientostupefaction{m}
aturdirto stun, to daze, to dumbfound{v}
audaciaaudacity{f}
audazaudacious, bold, daring{adj}
audífonoearphone{m}
audífonohearing aid{m}
audibilidadaudibility{f}
audiciónaudition{f}
audiciónhearing{f}
audienciaaudience{f}
audioaudio{m}
audioguíaaudio guide{f}
audiovisualaudiovisual{adj}
auditarto audit{v}
auditivoauditory{adj}
auditoraauditor{f}
auditoríaaudit{f}
augepeak, zenith{m}
augurarto foretell{v}
Augustínmale given name, akin to Augustine.{prop}
açulobsolete form of azul{adj}
açulobsolete form of azul{n}
aulaclassroom{f}
aullarto howl, bay{v}
aullidohowl, howling, ook, yip, yelp, yap{m}
aumentadoaugmented, increased{adj}
aumentadoraugmenter{m}
aumentarto grow{v}
aumentarto increase{v}
aumentarseto accumulate; to increase{v}
aumentarseto augment{v}
aumentativoaugmentative{adj} [grammar]
aumentativoaugmentative{m} [grammar]
aumentoincrease{m}
aumentoraise{m}
auneven{adv}
aunarto unite{vr}
aunarto join; to merge{vt}
aun asíanyway, even so{adv}
aunqueand though; although; even though{conj}
aunqueeven if, irrespective of (followed by subjunctive verb form){conj}
auparto lift or raise someone{vt}
auparto praise, to extol{vt}
auraaura{f}
auraThe turkey vulture and related species in the genus Cathartes, carrion-eating birds native to the Americas{f}
aurículaEither of the atrial chambers of the heart; atrium{f}
Aureliafemale given name, cognate to the English Aurelia{prop}
Aureliomale given name, cognate to Aurelius{prop}
aureolaareola{f} [anatomy]
aureolacorona{f} [astronomy]
aureolahalo (luminous disc around the heads of saints){f}
auricularauricular{adj}
auricularauricular (finger){m}
auricularearpiece of a telephone{m}
auricularheadphone{m}
aurigacharioteer{m} [poetic, literary]
auroraaurora{f}
Aurorafemale given name{prop}
Aurora{prop} [Roman god] [l/en, Aurora]
aurora australaurora australis{f}
aurora borealaurora borealis{f}
auscultaciónauscultation{f}
auscultarto auscultate{v}
ausenciaabsence{f}
ausentarto send away{v}
ausentarseto absent oneself{vr}
ausenteabsent{adj}
auspiciarto sponsor{v}
auspicioA sign or omen{m}
auspicioThe patronage or protection given by an entity; auspice{m} [chiefly, plural]
auspiciosauspices (the patronage and protection of some entity){mp}
austeridadausterity{f}
austeroaustere{adj}
austríacoAustrian (relating to Austria){adj}
austríacoAustrian (Austrian person){m}
Australia{prop} [l/en, Australia]
australianoAustralian{adj}
australianoAustralian (person){m}
Austria{prop} [l/en, Austria]
austriacoAustrian (relating to Austria){adj}
austriacoAustrian (Austrian person){m}
Austria-HungríaAustria-Hungary{prop}
autarcheiaeconomic self-sufficiency{f}
autócrataautocrat{mf}
autóctonoautochthonous{adj}
autóctonoautochthon{m}
autenticarauthenticate{v}
autenticidadauthenticity{f}
autentificarto authenticate{v}
autógrafoautograph{m}
autismoautism{m} [clinical psychology]
autistaautistic{adj}
autistaautistic{mf}
autómataautomaton{m}
autónomoautonomous{adj}
auténticoauthentic{adj}
auténticogenuine{adj}
auténticotrue, real{adj}
autoA short dramatic play with biblical or allegorical characters{m}
autocar{m}
autoOrder, or writ, or resolution{m} [legal, formal]
autowrit{m}
auto-auto-{prefix}
autoabastecerseto become self-sufficient{vr}
autoafirmaciónThe quality of being self-assured; assertiveness{f}
autoaniquilaciónself-annihilation{f}
autobiografíaautobiography{f}
autobiográficoautobiographical{adj}
auto bombacar bomb{f}
autobúsbus, coach{m}
autocaravanaA motor home{f}
autoclaveautoclave{f}
autocontrolself-control{m}
autocraciaautocracy{f}
autocríticaself-criticism{f}
autocráticamenteautocratically{adv}
autocráticoautocratic{adj}
autodefensaself-defence{f}
autodescubrimientoself-discovery{m}
autodestrucciónself-destruction{f}
autodestructibleself-destructing{adj}
autodestruirto self-destruct{v}
autodeterminaciónself-determination{f}
autodualself-dual{adj} [mathematics]
autoespacioeigenspace{m} [linear algebra]
autoestimaself-esteem{f}
autoestophitchhiking{m}
autoestopistahitchhiker (a person who hitchhikes){mf}
autofelaciónautofellatio{f}
autogobernadoself-governing{adj}
autografiarto autograph{v}
autohipnosisself-hypnosis{f}
automatizaciónautomation{f}
automatizarto automate{vt}
automotorautomotive{adj}
automotrizautomotive{adj}
automovilismomotor racing, auto racing{m}
automovilistacar driver{f}
automovilísticoRelated to automobile racing{adj}
automáticamenteautomatically{adv}
automáticamentemechanically{adv}
automáticoautomatic{adj}
automutilaciónself-mutilation{f}
automóvilAn automobile; a car{m}
autonómicoautonomous{adj}
autonomíaautonomy{f}
autopistamotorway, freeway{f}
autopsiaautopsy{f}
autorauthor{m}
autora(female) author{f}
autoríaauthorship{f}
autoríaresponsibility{f}
autoridadauthority{f}
autoritarioauthoritarian{adj}
autoritativoauthoritative{adj} [rare]
autorizaciónauthorization{f}
autorizadoauthorized{adj}
autorizadodefinitive; authoritative{adj}
autorizarto authorize{v}
autorretratoself-portrait{m}
autosacrificioself-sacrifice{m}
autosómicoautosomal{adj}
autosomaautosome{f} [genetics]
autosuficienciaself-sufficiency{f}
autotomíaautotomy{f}
autotrasplanteautotransplant{m} [surgery]
autotróficoautotrophic{adj}
autovaloreigenvalue{m} [linear algebra]
autovectoreigenvector{m} [linear algebra]
autótrofafeminine form of autótrofo{f}
autótrofoautotrophic{adj}
autótrofoautotroph{m}
auxiliarauxiliary{adj}
auxiliarto aid{v}
auxilioaid, help{m}
auyamasquash{f} [Venezuela, Colombia, Dominican Republic]
avalcountersignature{m}
avalendorsement{m}
avalanchaavalanche{f}
avalarto endorse{v}
avanceadvance{m}
avanceadvance payment{m}
avanceprogress{m}
avanzadoadvanced{adj}
avanzarto advance{v}
avaramiser (female){f}
avariciaavarice, greed{f}
avariciosoavaricious, greedy{adj}
avaroavaricious{adj}
avaromean{adj}
avaromiser{m}
avasallarto subdue, to subjugate{v}
avasallarto subject{v}
Avda.abbreviation of avenida (avenue){f}
avebird{f}
avefowl, poultry{f} [Chile]
avetrain From the acronym AVE (Alta Velocidad Española) meaning high speed train (written mostly all caps){f} [Spain]
a vecessometimes; occasionally; at times{adv} [idiomatic]
avecinarto bring near{v}
avecinarto impend{v}
ave del paraísobird of paradise{f}
avefríalapwing (bird belonging to the subfamily Vanellinae){f}
avellanahazelnut{f}
avellanohazel tree (genus Corylus){m}
avemaríaAngelus{m}
avemaríaHail Mary{m}
avenaoat{f}
avenaoatmeal porridge{f}
avenaoats{f}
avenategruel{m}
avenidaavenue{f}
avenirto happen{vi} [dated]
avenirto agree, accept{vr}
avenirto reconcile{vt}
aventajarto surpass{v}
aventónhitchhiking{m} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama]
aventónpush{m} [Ecuador, GuatemalaHonduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru]
aventuraadventure{f}
aventurafling{f}
aventurarto risk{v}
aventurarto venture (an opinion){v}
aventurerafeminine form of aventurero{f}
aventureroadventuresome{adj}
aventureroadventurous{adj}
aventureroadventurer{m}
ave pasajeramigrant, bird of passage{f}
a verindicates the need or desire of find out, verify or demonstrate; show me{interj}
a verlet me see; let's see{interj}
a verused to encourage or challenge; go!{interj}
averíabreakdown{f}
ave rapazbird of prey (carnivorous bird){f}
avergonzadoashamed{adj}
avergonzarto embarrass{vt}
avergonzarseto embarrass oneself, be ashamed{v}
averiarto break (breakdown){v}
averiarto damage{v}
averiguableascribable{adj}
averiguarto discover, find out{vt}
averiguarto investigate{vt}
averiguarto verify{vt}
aversiónaversion{f}
avestruzostrich{m}
avetorobittern (bird){m}
avezadoseasoned{adj}
avezaraccustom, inure, familiarize{vt}
aviaciónaviation{f}
aviadoraviator{m}
aviarof birds. avian{adj}
aviarto get ready{v}
aviarto hurry{v}
aviarto prepare{v}
avidezeagerness{f}
avidezgreed, avarice{f}
aviónaeroplane, airplane, plane{m}
aviónmartin, swallow{m}
avinagrarto go/turn sour{vr}
avinagrarto sour{v}
avión cisternatanker plane{m}
avión comúnhouse martin{m}
avión de papelpaper airplane{m}
avionetalight aircraft{f}
avisarto notify{v}
avisoannouncement{m}
avisowarning{m}
avispacrafty person; one who angers easily{f}
avispawasp (insect){f}
avispadoastute, sly, clever{adj}
avisperocomplicated mess{m} [colloquial]
avisperowasp nest{m}
avispilladiminutive form of avispa{f}
avispónhornet{m}
avistajesighting{m}
avistamientosighting{m}
avistarto sight{v}
avivarto wake up, get clever (become more aware){vp} [context]
avivarto enliven{v}
avizorarto spy on{v}
-avoadded to a cardinal number to signify one portion of a whole divided into that number of pieces. Creates both nouns and adjectives{suffix}
avocetaThe avocet, a bird{f}
axilaarmpit{f} [anatomy]
axilaraxillary{adj}
axilaraxil{f} [botany]
axiomaaxiom (all senses){m}
axiomáticoaxiomatic{adj}
AXJSpanish political party: Acción por la Justicia{initialism}
axónaxon (nerve fibre){m}
axocopaqueteaberry{m}
axonométricoaxonometric{adj}
ayA stereotypical sound of a Latino or Latina (e.g. ¡Ay Papi!, something like saying "Oh Baby!"){interj}
ayExpresses pain or sorrow{interj}
ayahuascaa psychotropic concoction prepared from said vine{f}
ayahuascaayahuasca{f}
ayahuasqueraA woman who administers or uses ayahuasca{m}
ayahuasqueroA man who administers or uses ayahuasca; a shaman{m}
ayateA cloak-like garment made from this cloth{m} [historical]
ayateA cloth made from the fiber of the maguey plant, similar to henequen or sisal{m} [Mexico]
ayatoláAyatollah{m}
ay ay ayacknowledging a mistake or surprise{interj}
ay ay aywhoops-a-daisy{interj}
ay, carambaAn interjection expressing surprise or pain{interj}
ay, carambaAn interjection with an emotion equivalent to oh my God!{interj}
ayeryesterday{adv}
ayerday's gone by; yesteryear; the past{m} [figuratively]
ayeryesterday{m}
aymaraAymara (indigenous people of South America){m}
aymaraAymara (language){m}
ayoPerson who takes care of children; tutor{m}
ayotepumpkin, squash{m} [Central America]
ayotostearmadillo{m} [Mexican Indian]
aytoabbreviation of ayuntamiento{m}
ayudahelp, aid, assistance{f}
ayudahelper{mf}
ayudanteauxiliary{adj}
ayudantehelper, assistant{mf}
ayudarto help{v}
ayunarto fast{vi}
ayunofasting (without having eaten){adj}
ayunofast (time without eating){m}
ayuntamientoa corporation or body of magistrates in cities and towns, corresponding to mayor and aldermen{m}
ayuntarto have sexual intercourse{vr}
ayuntarto join, to gather, compare juntar{v}
ayusodown{adv} [obsolete]
-azafeminine form of -azo{suffix}
azabacheHaving a jet colour; of a deep black, and often glistening, colour{adj}
azabacheJet; a form of compact, glistening coal often used in jewelry{m}
azadahoe (agricultural tool){f}
azadiractinaazadirachtin{f}
azadónhoe{m}
azafatastewardess{f} [Spain]
azafateflat basket; tray{m}
azafranadosaffron colored{adj}
azafranarto color saffron{v}
azafranarto mix with saffron{v}
azafránsaffron{m}
azaharlemon blossom{m}
azaharorange blossom{m}
azaleaazalea{f}
azarcushion side of a billiard pocket{m}
azarlosing card, losing throw{m} [games]
azarluck, chance{m}
azarmisfortune, accident{m}
azarobstacle, hazard{m}
azarosorandom{adj}
azarosounlucky, unfortunate{adj}
azúcarsugar{mf}
azúcar florpowdered sugar{m}
azúcar glaspowdered sugar{m}
azúcar morenobrown sugar{m}
azeríAzeri (language){adj}
azeríAzeri (person){adj}
azeríAzeri language{m}
azeríethnic Azeri; Azerbaijani{mf}
azerbaiyanoAzeri (pertaining to Azerbaijan){adj}
azerbaiyanoAzeri (person){m}
azerbaiyanoAzeri (language){prop}
AzerbaiyánAzerbaijan (country in Eastern Europe){prop}
azófarbrass{m}
-azgoForms the effect or condition of the base word{suffix}
-azgoForms the office of the base word{suffix}
azimutalternative spelling of azimuth{f}
azimutalalternative spelling of acimutal{adj}
azinaazine{f} [organic compound]
azáleaalternative form of azalea{f} [Mexico]
azúmbarspikenard{m}
azúmbarwater plantain, Damasonium stellatum{m}
-azoForming augmentatives; words expressing greatness or size{suffix}
-azoForming pejoratives; words emphasizing contempt for a subject{suffix}
-azoForming words expressing a hit or strike{suffix}
-azoForming words expressing suddenness or brevity{suffix}
azolvarto clog something, particularly a pipe or conduit{v}
azora goshawk bird{m} [ornithology]
azorarto startle{v}
Azoresthe Azores{prop}
azotadorone who whips; whipper{m}
azotarto whip, flog{v}
azotescourge, a multi-tail whip, as used by flagellants for mortification of the sinful flesh{m}
azotea(head) bonce, noggin{f} [colloquial]
azoteaflat roof, terrace roof{f}
aztecaAztec{adj}
aztecaAztec{mf}
aztequismonahuatlism{m}
azucararto sugar; to add sugar to{v}
azucarerasugar bowl{f}
azucarerasugar factory{f}
azucareropertaining or related to sugar{adj}
azucarerosugar bowl{m}
azucarillosugar lump{m}
azucenalily{f}
Azucenafemale given name, comparable to the English Lily{prop}
azuelaadze{f}
azufrarto bleach{vt}
azufrarto sulfur (to treat with sulfur){vt}
azufresulfur{m}
azulblue{adj}
azulblue{m}
azuladobluish, blue colored{adj}
azul de cobaltocobalt blue{m}
azulejarto tile{v}
azulejoblue colored{adj}
azulejoindigo bunting, Passerina cyanea{m}
azulejocornflower, Centaurea cyanus{m} [plants]
azulejotile{m}
azurazure (sky-blue coloured){adj}
azuritaAzurite: a soft, deep blue copper mineral{f}
azuzarto incite{v}
ábacoabacus{m}
ábaco neperianoNapier's bones{m}
-ábamosindicates the imperfect tense first-person plural form of an -ar verb{suffix}
ábregoAfrican{m} [obsolete]
ábregosouthwest wind{m}
ábrigodesert wind{m} [rare, dialectal]
ábsidaapse{f}
ábsideapse{m}
ábsitgo away (declares a desire that something should go far from the speaker, or that God free them of it){interj}
ácanaName of tree belonging to the Sapotaceae family; Manilkara bidentata; balatá{f}
ácanaWood of this tree{f}
ácaromite{m}
ácaroorder of mites{m} [plural, zoology]
-áceafeminine form of -áceo{suffix}
-áceo-aceous{suffix}
ácerealternative spelling of arce{m}
ácerohornless (for vertebrates), antennaless (for arthropods){adj} [zoology]
ácidoacidic{adj}
ácidoharsh{adj}
ácidosharp, tart{adj}
ácidoacid{m}
ácido acetilneuramínicoacetylneuraminic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido acetilsalicílicoacetylsalicylic acid, aspirin{m} [organic compound]
ácido acrílicoacrylic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido acéticoacetic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido adípicoadipic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido aldónicoaldonic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido aminobenzoicoaminobenzoic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido aminobutíricoaminobutyric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido araquidónicoarachidonic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido ascórbicoascorbic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido aspárticoaspartic acid{m} [organic compound, amino acid]
ácido benzoicobenzoic acid{m}
ácido betahidroxibutíricobeta-Hydroxybutyric acid{m}
ácido butíricobutyric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido carboxílicocarboxylic acid{m}
ácido carmínicocarminic acid{m}
ácido cianhídricohydrocyanic acid{m}
ácido clorhídricohydrochloric acid{m} [inorganic chemistry]
ácido cloroacéticochloroacetic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido clóricochloric acid{m} [chemistry]
ácido cítricocitric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido desoxirribonucleicodeoxyribonucleic acid (DNA){m}
ácido fólicofolic acid{m}
ácido fulmínicofulminic acid{m}
ácido fumáricofumaric acid{m}
ácido gamma-aminobutíricogamma-aminobutyric acid{m}
ácido glicocólicoglycocholic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido glucurónicoglucuronic acid{m}
ácido glutámicoglutamic acid{m} [amino acid]
ácido grasofatty acid{m} [chemistry]
ácido isocítricoisocitric acid{m}
ácido lácticolactic acid{m}
ácido linoleicolinoleic acid{m}
ácido málicomalic acid{m}
ácido neuramíniconeuraminic acid{m}
ácido nítriconitric acid{m} [inorganic chemistry]
ácido nucleiconucleic acid{m} [biochemistry]
ácido oleicooleic acid{m}
ácido oxaloacéticooxaloacetic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido oxálicooxalic acid{m}
ácido palmíticopalmitic acid{m}
ácido pícricopicric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido permangánicopermanganic acid{m}
ácido pirúvicopyruvic acid{m}
ácido quenodesoxicólicochenodeoxycholic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido racémicoracemic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido ribonucleicoribonucleic acid (RNA){m} [biochemistry]
ácido úricouric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido siálicosialic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido sórbicosorbic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido succínicosuccinic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido sulfónicosulfonic acid{m} [chemistry]
ácido sulfúricosulfuric acid{m} [inorganic chemistry]
ácido sulfurososulfurous acid{m} [inorganic compound]
ácido tartáricotartaric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido taurocólicotaurocholic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido timidílicothymidylic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido tricloroacéticotrichloroacetic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido valproicovalproic acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido valéricovaleric acid{m} [organic compound]
ácido xánticoxanthic acid{m} [organic compound]
áfidoaphid{m}
ÁfricaAfrica (continent){prop}
Áfricafemale given name shortened from María (de) África, an epithet of the Virgin Mary as Our Lady of Africa{prop}
áfricoAfrican{adj} [poetic]
ágapeagape; spiritual love{m}
ágapebanquet{m}
ágataagate{f}
ágilagile{adj}
ágilmentenimbly, agilely{adv}
ágoraagora{f} [historical]
Águedafemale given name, cognate to English Agatha{prop}
águilaeagle{f}
águila harpíaharpy eagle{f}
águila pescadoraosprey (Pandion haliaetus){f}
-áisSuffix indicating the second-person plural present indicative of -ar verbs{suffix}
-áisSuffix indicating the second-person plural present subjunctive of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
álamowhite poplar (tree){m}
álamowhite poplar (wood){m}
álamo temblónaspen{m}
ÁlavaÁlava{prop}
álbumalbum{m}
álcalialkali{m}
álefaleph; the Hebrew letter א{mf}
álgebraalgebra{f}
álgebra lineallinear algebra (branch of mathematics){f}
álgidoalgid{adj} [medicine]
áloeagarwood{m}
áloealoe, aloe juice{m} [plants]
álter egoalter ego{m}
Álvarafemale given name{prop}
ÁlvarezSpanish surname{prop}
Álvaromale given name{prop}
ámbaramber{m}
ámbar grisambergris{m}
ámbitoscope, field{m}
ánadeduck{m}
ánforaamphora{f}
ángelangel{m}
Ángelmale given name meaning "an angel", comparable to English Angelo{prop}
Ángelafemale given name, equivalent to English Angela{prop}
Ángelesfemale given name{prop}
ángel protectorguardian angel{m}
ángelusAngelus{m}
ánguloangle{m} [geometry]
ángulo rectoright angle{m}
ánimabore, calibre{f}
ánimasoul{f}
ánimocourage! keep your head up! good luck!{interj}
ánimosoul, spirit, mood{m}
ánimovigor{m}
ánodoanode{m}
ánsarwild goose{m} [formal]
ápexapex{m}
ápiceapex, tip{m}
ápiceapex{m} [botany]
ápiceVery small bit; a small amount of something{m}
árabeArabic{adj}
árabeArab{mf}
árbitrareferee, arbiter{mf}
árbitrosports official (e.g. referee or umpire){m}
árboltree (all senses){m}
árbol de NavidadChristmas tree{m}
árbol genealógicofamily tree{m}
árborobsolete form of árbol{m}
áreaAn area{f}
área(unit of area) are{f}
áridoarid{adj}
árnicaArnica (arnica){f}
árticoarctic{adj}
Árticothe Arctic{prop}
ásperamenteharshly{adv}
ásperorough{adj}
áspidasp{m}
ásteraster{m}
áticoAttic{adj}
áticoAttic (dialect){m}
áticopenthouse, loft, attic{m}
átomoatom{m}
átonoatonic{adj} [phonetics]
áureogold{adj}
áureoaureus{m}
ávara(female) Avar{f}
ávaroAvar (language){m}
ávaroAvar (person){m}
ávidamenteavidly{adv}
ávidoanxious{adj}
ávidoeager, greedy{adj}
ÁvilaSpanish surname{prop}
ázoenitrogen{m} [chemistry]