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bañaderabathtub (Argentina, Cuba, Paraguay){f}
bañadorswimming costume, bathing costume{m}
bañadorswimming trunks{m}
bañarto bathe{v}
bañarseTo bathe oneself{vr}
babadrool, dribble{f}
babacoThe babaco{m}
babearto drool{v}
baberobib{m}
babillathe stifle, or hind knee, of a quadruped{f}
babilónicoBabylonic{adj}
BabiloniaBabylon{prop}
babilonioBabylonian{adj}
bableAsturian (language){m}
baborport (side){m}
babosaslug{f}
babosomushy{adj} [colloquial]
babosodribbling{adj}
babosofoolish, stupid{adj}
babosoimmature, callow{adj}
babosoblenny (fish){m}
babosodribbler{m}
babososlimeball, groper (contemptible flatterer){m} [figuratively]
babosoimmature or callow person{m}
babosomoron, fool, stupid person{m}
babuchaslipper{f}
babuinobaboon{m} [primate]
bacaluggage rack{f} [Spain]
bacalaocod{m}
bacarábaccarat (card game){m}
bachataparty{f} [Antilles]
bachatabachata{f}
bachepothole, bump{m}
bacheletistaBeing a supporter of the Chilean president Michele Bachelet{adj}
bacheletistaOf or relating to the Chilean president Michele Bachelet{adj}
bacheletistaA supporter of the Chilean president Michele Bachelet{mf}
bachillerbachelor (person with bachelor degree){m}
bachillerbachelor (university degree){m}
bachillergraduate (person){m}
bachillergraduate (school degree){m}
bachilleratograduation certificate (degree from high school){m}
bacilobacillus{m}
bacinavessel{f}
bacinillachamber pot{f}
bacánluxurious, refined{adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacánposh{adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacánsnobbish{adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacáncool, awesome{adj} [colloquial, Chile, Colombia, Cuba]
bacánpimp{m} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacánboss, owner{m} [colloquial, dated, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacánconcubine{m} [colloquial, dated, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacánlover of a kept woman{m} [colloquial, dated, Argentina, Uruguay]
bacónbacon{m}
bacteriabacterium{f}
bacterianobacterial{adj}
bacteriófagobacteriophage{m} [bacteriology]
bacteriólogobacteriologist{m}
bacteriológicobacteriological{adj}
bacteriologíabacteriology{f}
bacteriorodopsinabacteriorhodopsin{f} [protein]
badajoclapper (the tongue of a bell){m}
BadajozBadajoz (city){prop}
BadajozBadajoz (province){prop}
badanasheepskin{f}
badmintonistabadminton player{mf}
bañerabathtub{f}
bagajebaggage, luggage{m}
bagajecultural knowledge{m}
bagatelabagatelle, trifle (an unsubstantial thing){f}
BagdadBaghdad{prop}
bagrecatfish{m}
baguetebaguette (a variety of bread){f}
bahindicates disdain or unbelief{interj}
bahíabay (geographical feature){f}
Bahamas{prop} [l/en, Bahamas]
bahameñoBahamian{adj}
bahameñoBahamian{m}
bahodish made with rice and yucca{m}
bahreiníBahraini{adj}
bahreiníBahraini{mf}
BahréinBahrain (country in the Middle East){prop}
bailaorflamenco dancer{m}
bailaoraflamenco dancer{f}
bailarto dribble (the ball){v} [soccer]
bailarto dance{v}
bailarina(female) dancer{f}
bailaríndancer{m}
bailedance{m}
bañistabather{mf}
bajaA casualty{f}
Baja CaliforniaA state of Mexico{prop}
bajacalifornianoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Baja California{adj}
Baja California SurA state of Mexico{prop}
bajadadeclivity{f}
bajadadrop, descent{f}
bajamarlow tide{f}
bajamentebasely{adv}
bajarto descend{v}
bajarto download{v}
bajarto go down{v}
bajar al pilónTo eat pussy; to go down on{v} [vulgar, idiomatic]
Baja VerapazA department of Guatemala{prop}
bajezabase act{f}
bajezabaseness{f}
bajezameanness{f}
bajistabear{mf} [finance]
bajistabassist{mf} [music]
bajitodiminutive form of bajo, very low{adj}
bajónbassoon{m}
bajónbassoonist{m}
bajónblues, slump (lack of spirit){m}
bajónlull, low, dip, drop (decline){m}
bajíoshoal, shallows, sandbank{m}
bajobass{adj} [music]
bajoshort, in both literal and figurative senses{adj}
bajolow{adv}
bajobass (sound, voice or instrument){m} [music]
bajounder, in both literal and figurative senses{prep}
bajorrelievebas relief{m}
bajo sajónLow Saxon (language or language group){m}
baúl(of a car) trunk [US], boot [UK, Australia]{m} [Argentina, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Puerto Rico]
baúlchest, trunk{m}
balabullet{f}
balacerashootout{f}
baladítrivial, banal, of no importance, meaningless{adj}
balancebalance{m} [accounting]
balanceadobalanced, even keeled{adj}
balancearto balance{v}
balancínseesaw{m}
balanzaLibra{f} [astronomy, constellations]
balanzabalance, scale (device used to measure weight){f}
balanzacomparative estimate, judgment{f} [figuratively]
balarto bleat{v}
balatabrake lining{f}
balaustradabalustrade{f}
balazogunshot, shot{m}
balboabalboa{m}
balbucearto lisp{v}
balbucearto mutter{v}
balbucearto prattle{v}
balbucearto stutter{v}
balbucirto stammer{v}
balcónbalcony{m}
balcánicoBalkan{adj}
baldashelf{f}
baldaquínbaldachin{m}
baldarto cripple{v}
baldebin, bucket{m}
baldearto bail out{v} [nautical]
baldearto hose down, wash{v}
baldíowasteland{m}
baldosatile, slab{f}
balearto shoot{v}
BalearesBalearics; Balearic Islands{prop}
baleáricoBalearic{adj}
balidoThe sound of a sheep, lamb, goat, deer; baa, bleat{m}
baliza(aerial): beacon, marker{f}
baliza(nautical): buoy, marker{f}
ballenabaleen, whalebone{f}
ballenawhale{f}
ballena asesinaorca, killer whale{f}
ballena azulblue whale{f}
ballena jorobadahumpback whale{f}
ballenatowhale calf{m}
ballenerowhaling (attributive){adj}
ballenerowhaler{m}
ballenerowhaling ship; whaler{m}
balletballet{m}
balónball{m}
balónballoon{m}
balnearioseaside resort, bathing resort{m}
balneariospa{m}
balompiéfootball (soccer){m}
baloncestistabasketball player{mf}
baloncestobasketball (sport){m}
balonmanistahandballer{mf}
balonmanohandball{m}
balotaballot{f}
balotarto vote{v} [rare]
balotarto ballot{v}
balsabalsa (tree){f}
balsaferry{f}
balsaraft{f}
balsámicobalsamic{adj}
balísticaballistics (study of the motion of projectiles){f}
balísticoballistic{adj}
baluartebastion{m}
bambúbamboo (plant){m}
bambúbamboo (wood){m}
bambaa Latin American dance{f}
bambaflip-flop, thong, jandal{f}
bambahit, strike (in a game){f}
bambasneaker{f}
bambalinabackdrop{f}
bambaraBambara (language){f}
bambaraBambara (people){f}
bambolearto sway, to wobble{v}
bambolearto swing{v}
banalbanal{adj}
banalidadbanality{f}
bananabanana (fruit){f}
bananeroOf or pertaining to bananas{adj}
bananerobanana (plant){m}
bananobanana (fruit){m} [Colombia, Central America]
bancafinancial system{f}
bancaseat (in an elective body){f}
bancasmall bench{f}
bancadabench for government officials{f}
bancariorelated to banks{adj}
bancarrotabankruptcy{f}
bancobank{m}
bancobench{m}
bancoschool of fish{m}
banco de datosdatabase{m}
banco de prensabench press{m} [weightlifting]
bandabadge{f}
bandaband{f}
bandagang or group{f}
bandadaflock (of birds){f}
bandadashoal (of fish){f}
Bandar Seri Begawan{prop} [l/en, Bandar Seri Begawan]
banda sonorasoundtrack{f}
bandazoswerve{m}
bandejatray{f}
banderabanner{f}
banderaflag{f}
banderillerobanderillero{m} [bullfighting]
bandicutbandicoot{m}
bandidafeminine form of bandido{f}
bandidooutlaw, bandit{m}
bandoedict{m}
bandofaction, party, side{m}
bandoswarm, flock (of fish, birds, etc.){m}
bandoneónbandoneon{m}
bangañagourd{f}
bangladesíBangladeshi{adj}
bangladesíBangladeshi{mf}
Bangladesh{prop} [l/en, Bangladesh]
BangladésBangladesh{prop}
banianobanyan{m}
banjobanjo{m}
banquerobanker (conducting the business of a bank){m}
banquerobanker (dealer in a gambling house){m}
banquetafootstool{f}
banquetasidewalk{f} [Guatemala, Mexico]
banquetebanquet{m}
banquetecatering{m}
banquillobench{m}
banquisafloe{f}
banquisaiceberg{f}
banquisasea ice{f}
banquitostool{m}
bañobath{m}
bañobathroom{m}
bañotoilet{m}
baobab{m} [l/en, baobab]
baño turcoTurkish bath{m}
baptisterioA baptismal font{m}
baptisterioA baptistery. (place where a baptismal font is located){m}
baquelitaBakelite (a heat-resisting chemically inert resin){f}
baquiarto train{v} [Latin America]
BaquílidesBacchylides{prop}
barBar, pub{m}
BarçaShortened form of Futbol Club Barcelona{prop} [soccer]
barajadeck (of cards){f}
barajadoshuffled{adj}
barajarto shuffle{v}
barajearto shuffle (mix up cards in a random order){v} [Cuba, Mexico]
barakaA person of good fortune{n}
barandabalustrade{f}
barandabanister, handrail{f}
barandarailing{f}
barandillahandrail, banister (the handrail on the side of a staircase){f}
baratacockroach{f} [Chile]
baratarto barter{v}
baratocheap; inexpensive; sold at a low price{adj}
barbabeard{f}
barbachin{f}
barbacoabarbecue{f}
barbacoaMeat steamed until tender (most common present use){f}
barbacoameats (traditionally from the inside of a cow's cheek or jaw) or a whole sheep slow cooked over an open fire, or more traditionally, in a hole dug in the ground covered with maguey leaves, although the interpretation is loose{f}
barbadenseBarbadian{adj}
barbadenseBarbadian{mf}
Barbados{prop} [l/en, Barbados]
barba partidacleft chin{f}
barbarto beard (to grow hair on the chin and jaw){v}
barbaridada lot, a large amount{f}
barbaridadbarbarity{f}
barbaridadincredible!, unbelievable!{interj}
barbariebarbarity{f}
barbarismobarbarism{m}
barbarizarto barbarize{v}
barbas de ballenabaleen, whalebone{fp}
barbechofallow{m}
barberíabarbershop{f}
barberobarber{m}
barbillachin{f}
barbillapull-up{f} [sports]
barbilla partidacleft chin{f}
barbudobearded{adj}
barcabark (boat), a small boat{f}
barcazabarge{f}
Barcelona{prop} [l/en, Barcelona]
BarcelonaThe letter B in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
barcelonésBarcelonan{adj}
barcelonésBarcelonan{m}
barcitosmall bar{m}
barcoboat{m}
barco de vaporsteamboat{m}
barda(Mexico) fence{f}
bardanaburdock (any of the species of biennial thistles in the genus Arctium){f}
bar de ambientegay bar{m}
bar de copasbar, wine bar{m}
baricentrobarycenter{m} [physics]
bariónbaryon{m}
bariónicobaryonic{adj}
bariobarium{m}
barman, bartender{m} [l/en, barman]
barómetrobarometer{m}
barónbaron{m}
BarnaA nickname of Barcelona{prop}
barnacla canadienseThe Canada goose{f}
barnacla cariblancaThe barnacle goose, a freshwater bird{f}
barnacla carinegraThe brent goose (UK), or brant goose (US). A water bird{f}
barnizvarnish, gloss{m}
barnizarto varnish{v}
baro-baro-{prefix}
baronesabaroness{f}
barqueroboatman, ferryman (man who operates a boat){m}
barquilloice cream cone{m}
barrabar{f}
barra(iron) rod{f}
barraslash ("/" symbol){f}
barrabarbell{f} [weightlifting]
barracabarrack{f}
barracastorage shed{f}
barracatent, hut{f}
barracónbunkhouse{m}
barra con pesasbarbell{n}
barracudina{f} [l/en, barracudina]
barra de equilibriobalance beam{f}
barra fijahorizontal bar{f} [gymnastics]
barragánbrave{adj} [obsolete]
barragánA coat made of this fabric{m}
barragánBarracan; a waterproof woolen fabric{m}
barragáncompanion{m} [obsolete]
barragánThe lover of a married person; a concubine{m}
barrancabarranca, canyon, ravine{f}
barrancoravine{m}
barrancosobroken, uneven, full of cliffs or ravines{adj} [of terrain]
barras asimétricasuneven bars{fp} [gymnastics]
barrenadrill, a tool for creating holes in a workpiece{f}
barrenatailspin{f}
barrenodrill, a tool for creating holes in a workpiece{m}
barrerto sweep{v}
barrerabarrier{f}
BarreraSpanish surname{prop}
barrera de hieloice dam{f}
barrera de hieloice shelf{f}
barricadabarricade (barrier constructed across a road, especially as a military defence){f}
barridoswept{adj}
barridosweep (act of sweeping){m}
barrigabelly, paunch{f}
barriguitadiminutive form of barriga, tummy{f}
barriguitapot belly{f}
barrilbarrel{m}
barril de orothe barrel cactus, (Echinocactus grusonii){n}
barrioany neighbourhood of the original or ancient part of a city (usually excluding new growths after 30's, 40's or 50's, depending on the state or city){m} [Mexico]
barrioneighbourhood{m}
barrioslum{m} [Venezuela, Dominican Republic]
barrio bajoslum (dilapidated neighborhood){m}
barritarto trumpet (to make an elephant call){v}
barrito(elephant noise) trumpet{m}
barroclay{m}
barromud{m}
barropustule (caused by acne), closed comedo{m}
barrocoBaroque{adj}
barros jarpaa sandwich made with ham and melted cheese{m} [Chile]
barros lucoa sandwich made with grilled steak and melted cheese{m} [Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru]
barrosomuddy{adj}
barrotebar, crossbeam{m}
barrotebolt{m}
BartoloméBartholomew, the apostle{prop}
Bartolomémale given name{prop}
barullouproar{m}
basaltobasalt (hard rock){m}
basamentothe base of a column or another structure{m}
basarto base{v}
basebase{f}
basebasis{f}
basepoint guard{f} [basketball]
basefoundation{f}
basegrounding{f}
basebasis{f} [linear algebra]
base de datosdatabase{m}
basidiobasidium{m} [mycology]
basidiomicetobasidiomycete{m} [mycology]
Basiliomale given name, cognate to English Basil{prop}
basiliscobasilisk{m} [mythology]
basílicabasilica (all senses){f}
basílicapalace{f} [poetic]
bastaenough{interj}
bastantemore than enough; sufficient{adj}
bastanteEnough; sufficiently{adv}
bastanteFairly well; to a considerable degree{adv}
bastarto be enough; to suffice{vi}
bastardobastard{adj}
bastardobastard{m}
bastedadcrudeness, coarseness, roughness{f}
bastedadrudeness, vulgarity{f}
bastiónbastion, bulwark{m}
bastónwalking stick, staff{m}
bastorough{adj}
basurasomething trashy or undesirable{f}
basuratrash, waste, garbage, rubbish, nonsense{f}
basurallandfill, dump (place where waste or garbage is left){m}
basurerodust bin{m}
basurerodustman{m}
basurerolandfill, dump (place where waste or garbage is left){m}
batallabattle{f}
batallarto battle{v}
batallitayarn, story{f}
batallónbattalion{m}
batamantaSnuggie, sleeved blanket{f}
batará lineadofasciated antshrike{m}
batará luctuosoglossy antshrike{m}
batatasweet potato{f}
batatalpiece of land cultivating sweet potato{m}
batereefer, joint (a marijuana cigarette){m} [Honduras, slang]
batebat{m} [sports]
bateashallow pan (wide receptacle used in gold washing){f}
bateatray (for foods such as shellfish, fruit){f}
bateadorbatter{m}
bateadorafeminine form of bateador{f}
batearto bat{v}
bateríadrummer{f}
bateríadrums{f}
bateríalarge battery{f}
bateristadrummer{mf}
bateyThe Caribbean name for a residential area on a plantation for its workers{m}
batidochatoyant, variegated, shot (silk){adj}
batidotrodden, beaten (path){adj}
batidobeating (of metal, batter, wool, etc.){m}
batidobatter{m} [cooking]
batidosmoothie (fruit drink), milkshake{m}
batidowhipped cocktail{m}
batidorwhisk{m}
batidoramixer, blender (electrical){f}
batidorawhisk (hand-powered){f}
batirto beat, whisk{vt} [cooking]
batirto beat, overcome (an opponent, record, etc.){vt}
batirto beat, to pound repeatedly{vt}
batirto coin (a word, etc.){vt}
BatistaSpanish surname{prop}
batánfulling mill{m} [textile]
batodork, dimwit{m} [dated]
batoyoung man, youth{m} [Latin America, informal]
batochump, punk{m} [Mexico, colloquial]
batodude, guy, buddy{m} [Mexico, colloquial]
batofather{m} [Spain, slang]
batutabaton (stick used by conductors){f}
batutarule, sway{f}
bauprésbowsprit{m} [nautical]
bautismalbaptismal{adj}
bautismobaptism (rite, ceremony){m}
bautistabaptist (person who baptizes){m}
bautizarto baptize{v}
bautizobaptism, christening{m}
BavieraBavaria (confederate state (Land) of southwest Germany){prop}
baxoobsolete spelling of bajo{adj}
bayaberry (a small fruit){f}
baya de enebrojuniper berry{f}
baya de juníperojuniper berry{f}
bayonetabayonet{f}
bazarbazaar (marketplace){m}
bazospleen{m} [anatomy]
búbalowater buffalo{m}
bíblicobiblical{adj}
BCEECB{prop}
bícepsbicipital{adj} [muscle]
bícepstwo-headed; having two peaks or extensions{adj}
bícepsbiceps, especially the biceps brachii{m}
bíceps braquialbiceps brachii{m}
bíceps cruralbiceps femoris{m}
BCNBaja California, a state of Mexico{abbr}
BCNBarcelona{abbr}
báculostaff (long, straight stick, especially one used to assist in walking){m}
bádmintonbadminton{m}
beName of the letter b{f}
bebaa (bleating of a sheep){m}
beatificarto beatify{v}
beatitudblessedness, beatitude{f}
beatitudbliss{f}
beatohaving too much beatitude, goody goody, pious, sanctimonious{adj}
Beatrizfemale given name, equivalent to Beatrice{prop}
bebébaby{m}
beberto drink{v}
bebidasoda (soft drink){f} [Chile]
bebidadrink{f}
bebitodiminutive form of bebé, little baby{m}
becagrant, stipend{f}
becadoone who has been granted a scholarship{m}
becarTo grant a stipend or scholarship for studying{v}
becariafeminine form of becario{f}
becariogrant-holder, scholarship-holder{m}
becerrocalf; young cow{m}
bedeljanitor, porter{mf}
beduinobedouin{adj}
beduinobedouin{m}
Begoñafemale given name{prop}
begoniabegonia{f}
beigebeige{adj}
bejucoliana (any climbing tropical vine){m}
beldadbelle{f} [countable]
beldadfeminine beauty{f} [uncountable]
belenismoThe art of making nativity scenes{m}
belenistanativity scene artist{mf}
beleñohenbane (plant){m}
belgaBelgian (from or native to Belgium){adj}
belgaBelgian (pertaining to Belgium){adj}
belgaa Belgian{mf}
BeliceBelize (country){prop}
beliceñoBelizean (pertaining to Belize){adj}
beliceñoBelizean (person){m}
belicosobellicose{adj}
beligeranciabelligerence{f}
beligerantebelligerent{adj}
bellas artesfine arts{fp}
bellezabeauty{f}
bellobeautiful{adj}
bellotaacorn (fruit of the oak){f}
bellísimosuperlative form of bello, very beautiful{adj}
beléncrib, nativity (nativity scene){m}
BelénBethlehem, the town in Palestine{prop}
Belénfemale given name derived from the place name{prop}
bencenobenzene{m} [organic compound]
bencenodiolbenzenediol{m} [organic compound]
bencinagasoline{f}
bendecirto bless{v}
bendiciónblessing{f}
benditoblessed{adj}
bendito sea Diosgood Lord, good heavens{phrase}
beneficenciabeneficence, charity{f}
beneficiarto benefit{v}
beneficiobenefit{m}
beneficioprofit{m}
beneficiosobeneficial{adj}
beneplácitoapproval{m}
benevolenciabenevolence{f}
benevolentebenevolent{adj}
benéficobeneficent{adj}
benéficobeneficial{adj}
benéficocharitable{adj}
bengalíBengali{adj}
bengalíBengali (person){mf}
bengalíBengali (language){prop}
benignidadbenignity{f}
Benin{prop} [l/en, Benin]
beninésBeninese{adj}
beninésBeninese{m}
Benitafemale given name{prop}
Benitomale given name, equivalent to English Benedict{prop}
benjamínbaby (lastborn of a family){m}
BenjamínBenjamin{prop} [biblical character]
Benjamínmale given name{prop}
benjuíbenzoin (aromatic balsam, a medicinal plant){m} [botany]
BenínBenin (country){prop}
benzfetaminabenzphetamine{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
benzoatobenzoate{m} [organic compound]
benzofuranobenzofuran{m} [organic compound]
benzoicobenzoic{adj}
benzonitrilobenzonitrile{m} [organic compound]
benzopirenobenzopyrene{m} [organic compound]
benzoquinonabenzoquinone{f} [organic compound]
beodafeminine form of beodo{f}
beododrunk, drunken{adj}
beododrunk, drunkard{m}
berberechocockle{m}
berbiquíbrace, bitstock{m}
berenjenaaubergine, eggplant{f}
bergantínbrig{m}
berilioberyllium{m}
beriloberyl{m}
berkelioberkelium{m}
berlinaa sedan{f}
berlinésfrom Berlin{adj}
berlinésBerliner{m}
berlíndonut (fried pastry, usually in an ellipsoidal shape and filled with cream){m} [Chile]
BerlínBerlin (capital of Germany){prop}
bermaA berm{f}
BermúdezSpanish surname{prop}
bermellónvermillion (color){m}
bermellónvermillion (pigment){m}
bermudeñoBermudian{adj}
bermudeñoBermudian{m}
BernaBern (city){prop}
BernabéBarnabas{prop} [biblical character]
Bernardomale given name, cognate to Bernard{prop}
berrearto bellow{v}
berrinchetantrum, skirmish{m}
berrocress{m}
berrowatercress{m}
berro chinoChinese cabbage{m}
Bertafemale given name, cognate to English Bertha{prop}
berzacabbage{f}
besadorkisser{m}
besarto kiss{v}
besitodiminutive form of beso{m}
besokiss{m}
beso blancosnowball (sex act in which ejaculated semen is passed between the mouths of two people){m}
beso francésFrench kiss{m}
beso negroanilingus{m}
bestiaanimal{f}
bestiaa person who acts stupidly{f} [pejorative]
bestia de cargaa beast of burden{f}
besugoblackspot sea bream (Pagellus bogaraveo){m}
besugobooby, dummy, yokel, clumsy (awkward or stupid person){m}
besuquearto cover with kisses{v}
betbeth; the Hebrew letter ב{f}
betabeta; the Greek letter Β, β{f}
betahidroxibutiratobetahydroxybutyrate{m}
betahidroxibutíricobetahydroxybutyric{adj}
betaínabetaine, trimethylglycine{f} [organic compound]
betarragabeet, beetroot{f} [Chile]
betúnbitumen{m}
BetoA diminutive of male given names ending in -berto, such as Roberto and Alberto{prop}
betulinabetulin{f} [organic compound]
beudoalternative form of beodo{adj} [obsolete]
bïezBS{m}
bezoarbezoar{m}
búfalobuffalo (Old World bovine){m}
búfalobuffalo, the American bison{m}
bígamobigamous{adj}
bígamobigamist{m}
búhoinformant, a squealer{m} [colloquial]
búhoowl, eagle owl{m}
bi-bi-{prefix}
bianualbiennial{adj}
biaumentadobiaugmented{adj} [geometry]
biberónbottle (for a baby){m}
bibliabible{f}
BibliaBible{prop}
bibliófilafeminine form of bibliófilo{f}
bibliófilobibliophile{m}
bibliómanobibliomaniac{adj}
bibliómanobibliomaniac{mf}
biblio-biblio-{prefix}
bibliofiliabibliophilia{f}
bibliografíabibliography{f}
bibliográficobibliographic; bibliographical{adj}
bibliotecabookcase{f}
bibliotecalibrary{f}
bibliotecariaA female professional librarian{f}
bibliotecarioA male professional librarian{m}
bicarbonatobicarbonate{m}
bicentenariobicentenary, bicentennial{adj}
bicentenariotwo-hundred-year-old{adj}
bicentenariobicentenary, bicentennial{m}
bichobug{m}
bichokid, boy{m} [Honduras, El Salvador, pejorative, colloquial]
bichovulva{m} [Nicaragua] [vulgar]
bichopenis{m} [Puerto Rico] [vulgar]
bichovermin{m}
bicishort word for bicycle: bike{f}
bicicletabicycle, pushbike, cycle{f}
bicicleta estáticaexercise bike{n}
bicóncavobiconcave{adj}
bicocabargain{f}
bicocapiece of cake, duck soup (task that is pleasant, easy or simple){f}
bicúpulabicupola{f} [geometry]
bidébidet{m}
BIDBanco Interamericano de Desarrollo, Inter-American Development Bank{abbr}
bidimensionalbidimensional, two-dimensional{adj}
bidimensionalidadbidimensionality{f}
bidisminuidobidiminished{adj} [geometry]
bidóndrum (barrel for liquid){m}
BielorrusiaBelarus{prop}
bielorrusoBelarusian (pertaining to Belarus){adj}
bielorrusoBelarusian (person){m}
bielorrusoBelarusian (language){prop}
bienproperly{adv}
bienwell{adv}
bienwillingly{adv}
biengood (as opposed to evil){m}
biengoodness{m}
bien(plural) goods, property, possessions, assets, wealth, estate{m}
bienwelfare, benefit{m}
bienaventuranzabeatitude (happiness){f}
bienaventuranzabeatitude{f} [Christianity]
bien cuidadoA, usually self-employed, parked automobile attendant intended to prevent vandalism and theft{m} [Latin America]
bienesproperty, goods{mp}
bienes raícesreal estate{mp}
bienes raicesreal estate{f}
bienestarwell-being{m}
bienhadadohappy, fortunate{adj}
bienhechorbenefactor, welldoer{m}
bienhechorafeminine form of bienhechor{f}
bienioA period of two years; biennium{m}
bien nacidowell-born, well-bred{adj}
bien predica quien bien viveHe who preaches well is he who lives well{phrase}
bienvenidawelcome{f}
bienvenidawelcome (when saying this to a female){interj}
bienvenidowelcome{adj}
bienvenidowelcome (to a male){interj}
biesfenocíngulodisphenocingulum{m} [geometry]
biesfenoidedisphenoid{m} [geometry]
biezBS{m}
bifazbiface (tool){m} [archaeology]
bifenilobiphenyl{m} [organic compound]
bifenolbiphenol{m} [organic compound]
bifosfatobiphosphate{m}
bifurcarseto split, divide, fork, branch off{v}
Big MacBig Mac{mf}
bigotemoustache, mustache; moustaches, mustaches{m}
bigotewhisker, whiskers{m}
bigotudomoustachio'd{adj}
bigotudoThe bearded tit. A bird{m}
biógrafafeminine form of biógrafo{f}
biógrafobiographer{m}
bijaannatto{f} [Dominican Republic, Cuba]
bikini{m} [l/en, bikini]
bilateralbilateral{adj}
bilbaínoBilbaoan{adj}
bilbaínoBilbaoan{m}
BilbaoBilbao{prop}
bilbilitanoof or from Calatayud{adj}
bilbilitanoA person from Calatayud{m}
biliarbiliary{adj}
-bilidadForm of -dad used generally for adjectives ending in -ble; Comparable generally to English suffix -ity{suffix}
bilingüebilingual{adj}
bilingüismobilingualism{m}
biliosobilious{adj}
bilirrubinabilirubin{f} [organic compound]
bilisbile{f}
billarAn establishment accommodating billiard tables; a billiard room{m}
billarbilliards{m}
billarpool (game){m}
billetebanknote, bill (paper currency){m}
billeteticket{m}
billeterawallet{f}
billetitodiminutive form of billete{m}
billón1012; a trillion (short system); a billion (obsolete, long system).{numm}
bilocaciónbilocation{f}
bióloga(female) biologist{f}
biólogobiologist{m}
bilunabirrotondabilunabirotunda{f} [geometry]
bimotortwin-engine{adj}
binacionalbinational{adj}
bingo(game){m} [l/en, bingo]
biónicobionic{adj}
binocular{adj} [l/en, binocular]
binomialbinomial{adj}
binomiobinomial{m} [mathematics]
binuclearbinuclear{adj}
bio-bio-{prefix}
biocombustiblebiofuel, ecofuel{m}
biodegradable{adj} [l/en, biodegradable]
biodinamicabiodynamics{f}
biogenéticobiogenetic{adj}
biogénesisbiogenesis{f}
biografíabiography{f}
biográficobiographic{adj}
biológicamentebiologically{adv}
biológicobiologic{adj}
biologíabiology{f}
biomasabiomass{f}
biombofolding screen{m}
biometríabiometrics{f}
biomoléculabiomolecule{f}
biopsiabiopsy{f} [medicine]
bioquímicabiochemistry{f}
bioquímicobiochemical{adj}
biorremediaciónbioremediation{f}
biosferabiosphere{f}
biosintéticobiosynthetic{adj}
biosíntesisbiosynthesis{f}
biotecnológicabiotechnology{f}
biotinabiotin{f} [vitamin]
biotitabiotite{f} [mineral]
bipartitoDivided into two; having two parts{adj}
bipedalbipedal{adj}
bipersonal ; involving exactly two people{adj} [l/en, bipersonal]
bipirámidedipyramid{f} [geometry]
bipolarbipolar{adj}
biquinibikini{m}
birlarto swipe, pinch or steal{v}
BirmaniaBurma (Southeast Asian country){prop}
birmanoBurmese (pertaining to Burma){adj}
birmanoBurmese (person){m}
birmanoBurmese (language){prop}
birrectangularbirectangular; containing two right angles{adj}
birrefringenciabirefringence{f}
birretebiretta{m}
birrotondabirotunda{f} [geometry]
bis-great-{prefix}
bis-{prefix} [l/en, bis-]
bisabuelogreat-grandparent; great-grandfather (great-grandmother for the feminine form){m}
bisagrahinge{f}
bisbisarto mutter{v}
béisbolbaseball (ballgame){m}
biscochoalternative spelling of bizcocho{m}
bisecarto bisect{vt}
bisectrizbisection{f} [geometry]
biselarto bevel{v}
bisexualbisexual{adj}
bisexualbisexual{mf}
bisexualidadbisexuality{f}
bisiestoleap year{m}
bislamaBislama (language){m}
bismutobismuth{m}
bisnietafeminine form of bisnieto{f}
bisnietogreat-grandchild; great-grandson (great-granddaughter for the feminine form){m}
bisoñétoupee{m}
bisontebison{m}
bisonte americanoAmerican bison{n}
bisonte europeowisent{n}
bistésteak (food){m}
bistecsteak, beefsteak{m}
bisturíscalpel, bistoury{m}
bisulfatobisulfate{m} [chemistry]
bisulfurobisulphide, bisulfide{m} [chemistry]
bisuteríaFake jewellery, or costume jewellery{f}
bitbit (binary digit){m}
bitácoraa captain's log or journal on a ship{f}
bitácorathe closet where aforementioned journal is kept; binnacle{f}
bitácoraweblog, blog{f}
bióticobiotic{adj}
BitiniaBithynia{prop}
bituminosobituminous{adj}
biuoraobsolete spelling of víbora{f}
bividísleaveless undershirt, singlet{m} [Ecuador, Peru, slang]
biyecciónbijection{f} [mathematics]
bizarrobizarre, strange, weird{adj} [Argentina]
bizarrodashing, brave, spirited, gallant{adj}
bizarrogenerous, magnanimous, noble{adj}
bizcocrosseyed{adj}
bizcochobisque (fired unglazed pottery){m}
bizcochosponge cake{m}
biznagakhella, toothpickweed (Ammi visnaga){f}
biznagaA generic name for several species of small, prickly cacti, especially barrel cacti{f} [Mexico]
blablah (idle talk){m}
bladasycamore{f}
Blancafemale given name{prop}
BlancanievesSnow White{prop}
Blanca NievesSnow White, an alternative spelling of Blancanieves{prop}
blanca y en botella, lecheno doubt about it, no question{phrase} [idiomatic]
blancowhite{adj}
blancotarget{m}
blancowhite{m}
BlancoSpanish surname{prop}
blancurawhiteness{f}
blancuzcowhitish{adj}
blandirto brandish{vt}
blandobland{adj}
blandocowardly{adj}
blandoflabby{adj}
blandoflat{adj} [music]
blandosoft{adj}
blanqueadorbleach{m}
blanquearto win without allowing rival to get points{v} [sports]
blanquearto bleach{v}
blanquearto whiten; to turn white{v}
blanquearto whitewash{v}
blanquecinowhitish{adj}
blanquinosowhitish{adj}
blanquitodiminutive form of blanco{adj}
blanquitosVery clean or well bleached{adj}
blanquitospearly whites{m}
Blasmale given name{prop}
blasfemamenteblasphemously{adv}
blasfemarto blaspheme{v}
blasfemiablasphemy{f}
blasfemoblasphemous{adj}
blasfemoblasphemer{m}
blasónblazon{m} [heraldry]
blasóncoat of arms{m} [heraldry]
blasónheraldry{m} [heraldry]
blasónhonor, glory{m}
blasonarto blazon{v}
blasonarto boast{v}
blasonarto emblazon{v}
búlderbouldering{m}
bledocommon amaranth, red-root amaranth, pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus){m}
bledosomething insignificant{m} [figuratively]
blefaroplastiablepharoplasty{f} [surgery]
blenorragiagonorrhea{f}
blenorreagonorrhea{f}
búlgarafeminine form of búlgaro{f}
búlgaroBulgarian (from or native to Bulgaria){adj}
búlgaroBulgarian (pertaining to Bulgaria){adj}
búlgaroa Bulgarian{m}
búlgarothe Bulgarian language{prop}
BélgicaBelgium{prop}
bélgicoBelgian (from or native to Belgium){adj} [rare]
bélgicoBelgian (pertaining to Belgium){adj} [rare]
BéliceBelize (country){prop}
bélicobellicose, belligerent{adj}
blindadoarmoured{adj}
blindadoarmoured car{m}
blindajeshield, amor{m}
blindarto shield{vt}
blocpad (such as of paper){m}
blocaomovable blockhouse{m} [military]
blofearto bluff{v}
blogosferablogosphere{f} [Internet]
bloguerablogger{f} [Internet]
blogueroblogger{m} [Internet]
blondalace{f}
bloquebloc{m}
bloqueblock (street block or a piece of something){m}
bloquearto block{vt}
bloqueoblockade{m}
bloqueoblockage{m}
bloqueofreeze{m}
bloqueolocking{m}
bálsamobalsam{m}
bálsamobalsam (tree or shrub){m}
bluejeansjeans (trousers){m}
blujinsblue jeans{m}
blusablouse{f}
BMBanco Mundial: World Bank{abbr}
búmeranboomerang{m} [Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico]
búnkerbunker{m}
boa(snake){m} [l/en, boa]
BoacoBoaco{prop}
bobadanonsense, tosh (stupid act){f}
boberíafoolishness, something foolish{f}
bobinaelectrical coil{f}
bobinareel, bobbin, spool{f}
bobostupid, naïve, naive{adj}
boboA stupid or naive person; a fool{m}
bocaentrance{f}
bocaestuary{f}
bocamouth, oral cavity{f}
bocacalleturning (into a street){f}
boca de dragónThe snapdragon plant{f}
bocadillosandwich{m} [Spain]
bocadobit{m}
bocadomouthful{m}
bocadosnack{m}
bocado de AdánAdam's apple{m}
bocajarroAt point-blank{adv}
bocajarroIn a direct manner, without hesitation; to say something straight out{adv}
bocanaestuary{f}
bocanadagasp{f}
bocanadagust{f}
bocanadamouthful{f}
bocanadapuff{f}
bocanadaspuff, whiff{fp}
bocazasbig mouth, chatterbox (someone who talks too much){mfp} [colloquial, pejorative]
bochincheA mouthful of food, particularly that which has been masticated{m}
bochincheA tumultuous or riotous situation{m}
bochincheThe sound or noise resulting from a group of people in an event or party.{m} [Domican Republic]
bochincheGossip , particularly that which is malicious, spread deliberately with the intention to defame the victim and amuse others, or disseminated by a busybody or meddler{m} [Panama, Puerto Rico]
bochincheA social gathering, particularly a lively one{m} [Venezuala, Uruquay]
bochornoblush (reddened face){m}
bocinahorn (loud alarm, especially on a motor vehicle){f}
bocinaloudspeaker{f}
bociogoiter{m}
bocónbigmouthed, bragging, boastful{adj}
bocónbigmouth, blabbermouth, braggart{m}
bocónblack fly of the species Simillidae, found in Central America{m}
bodawedding{f}
bodegoat buck{m}
bodegacellar{f}
bodegastockroom, storeroom{f}
bodegawinery{f}
bodegónstill life{m}
bofetadaa slap in the face{f}
bofetearto slap{v}
bogaa species of ray-finned fish, Leporinus obtusidens{f}
bogavantelobster (specifically the European lobster Homarus gammarus){m}
BogotáBogota; Bogotá{prop}
bohemiobohemian{adj}
bohriobohrium{m}
boicotboycott{m}
boicotearto boycott{v}
boinaberet{m}
bojbox (tree), boxwood{m}
bolaball{f}
bolahitchhiking, free ride{f} [Dominican Republic, slang]
bolatesticle{f} [slang]
bola de nievesnowball{f}
bolardobollard (post preventing vehicles from entering pedestrian area){m}
bolardobollard{m} [nautical]
bolcheviqueBolshevik{mf}
bolearto polish{v}
bolerabowling alley{f}
boletabill, receipt{f} [Chile]
boletaticket{f} [Latin America]
boletínbulletin{m}
boletoporcini (Boletus edulis){m}
boletoticket{m}
bolígrafoA ballpoint pen{m}
bolipen{m} [European Spanish, informal]
bolichesmall store, small shop{m} [Argentina]
bolillobobbin{m}
bolillotype of bread{m} [Mexico]
bolillobread roll{m} [regional]
bolilloSomeone of Caucasian race{m} [regional, pejorative]
bolivarianoOf or pertaining to Simón Bolívar{adj}
BoliviaBolivia{prop}
bolivianoBolivian{adj}
bolivianoBolivian{m}
bollobump on the head{m}
bollobun{m}
bolloconfusion, chaos{m} [colloquial]
bollovulva{m} [colloquial, Cuba]
bollodyke{m} [f] [colloquial, Spain]
bollopuff, tuft{m} [in clothing]
bolobolus{m}
BoloniaBologna (city){prop}
bolosbowling, skittles{mp}
bolsabag{f}
bolsacoin purse{f}
bolsapurse, handbag{f}
bolsastock exchange{f}
bolsearto sponge, scrounge{v} [colloquial, Chile]
bolsearto pickpocket{v} [colloquial, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]
bolsillopocket{m}
bolsita(small) bag{f}
bolsónbag{m}
bolsopurse{m}
boludeznonsense, bullshit (something that is stupid, dumb){f} [Argentina, Uruguay]
boludojackass, moron, immature{adj} [Argentina, Uruguay] [vulgar]
boludowealthy{adj} [El Salvador]
bolívarbolívar{m}
bombaadjustable metal slide used to tune brass instruments{f}
bombabomb{f}
bombaextraordinary{f}
bombahigh-hat{f}
bombalamp globe{f}
bombafirecracker{f} [Latin America]
bombapump{f}
bombasomething unusual producing excitement{f}
bomba atómicaatomic bomb{f}
bomba de hidrógenohydrogen bomb{f}
bomba de la taquillabox office bomb, flop, turkey, dud{f}
bomba de racimocluster bomb{f}
bombardearto bomb, to bombard{v}
bombardeobombardment{m}
bombarderobomber{m}
bombearto bomb{v}
bombearto cheat{v}
bombearto pump{v}
bomberafeminine form of bombero{f}
bomberofirefighter{m}
bombillalight bulb{f}
bombillolight bulb, light globe{m} [Central America, Colombia]
bombínbowler hat, or (US) derby{m}
bombónlollipop{m} [Colombia]
bombónhottie, cutie (attractive woman or man){m} [figuratively]
bombónmarshmallow{m} [Mexico]
bombónpraline, chocolate confection{m}
bomboreckless{adj} [colloquial, of a person]
bombobland, insipid, flavorless{adj} [Cuba, of fruit]
bombohaving a mild temperature{adj} [Cuba, of liquids]
bomboattention!{interj}
bombobarge{m}
bombobass drum{m}
bombobass drum player{m}
bombothe stomach of a pregnant woman{m} [colloquial]
bombonoisy or excessive praise{m}
bomboneríacandy store (especially chocolate){f}
bombásticobombastic{adj}
bonaerenseOf the Province of Buenos Aires{adj}
bonaerenseAn inhabitant of the Province of Buenos Aires{mf}
bondadaffability{f}
bondadgood deed{f}
bondadgoodness{f}
bondadosokind{adj}
BondiA colectivo in Buenos Aires, Argentina (Lunfardo argot){prop}
boniatosweet potato{m}
Bonifaciomale given name{prop}
bonitopretty, lovely{adj}
bonitoskipjack{m} [fish]
bonitotuna; bonito{m} [fish]
bonogood{adj} [obsolete]
bonobond (bank){m}
bonobonus{m}
bonovoucher{m}
bonsáibonsai{m}
bonzobonze (Buddhist monk){m}
boquearto gape{v}
boquearto gasp{v}
boquearto pronounce{v}
boquearto utter{v}
boquerónanchovy{m}
boquetegap, small opening{m}
boquiabiertaOpen-mouthed; gaping{adv}
boquiabiertoopen-mouthed{adj}
boquillacigarette holder{f}
boquillaleg opening (in pants or a dress){f}
boquillamouthpiece of a wind instrument{f}
boquillanozzle{f}
borbollarto bubble{v}
borbotarto boil{v}
borbotearto bubble{v}
bordómaroon in colour{adj} [Argentina]
bordóThe colour maroon{m} [Argentina]
bordagunwale; rail (of a boat){f} [nautical]
bordadoembroidered{adj}
bordadoembroidery{m}
bordarto embroider{v}
bordebastard (born out of wedlock){adj}
bordeimpertinent{adj} [colloquial]
bordeborder, boundary, rim{m}
bordearto border{v}
bordillokerb [UK], curb [US]{m}
bordodam{m} [Latin America]
bordoridge{m} [Latin America]
bordoside, board{m} [nautical]
bordotack{m} [nautical]
borealboreal{adj}
boricuaPuerto Rican{adj} [colloquial]
boricuaPuerto Rican{m} [colloquial]
borlatassel (ball-shaped bunch of plaited or otherwise entangled threads){f}
boroboron{m}
borojóA South American fruit tree, Borojoa patinoi{m}
borracotton waste{f}
borraflock (for mattress){f}
borrarough wool{f}
borrastuffing (for cushions){f}
borrayoung she-sheep{f}
borrabledeletable{adj}
borrachawineskin{f}
borrachazoaugmentative form of borracho; drunk{m}
borracheradrunkenness{f}
borrachíndrunkard{adj}
borrachíndrunkard, alcoholic{m}
borrachodrunk{adj}
borrachodrunkard{m}
borracho como una cubadrunk as a skunk{adj} [colloquial, idiomatic]
borradodeleted{adj}
borradodelete, deletion key{m}
borradodeletion{m}
borradorchalkboard eraser{m}
borradoreraser, rubber{m}
borrajborax{m}
borrajaborage{f}
borrarto erase{v}
borrascasquall, storm{f}
borregafeminine form of borrego{f}
borregoA sheep around its second year of age{m}
borregoA woolly, white cloud reminiscent of a sheep{m}
borregosheep (person){m}
borreguilPertaining or relating to sheep{adj}
borricoA stubborn, lazy, or stupid person{m}
borricodonkey{m}
borriquerodonkey-keeper, donkey-driver, donkey-drover{m}
borrónblot, smudge{m}
borróndraft, sketch{m}
borronearto blot{v}
borrosoblurry{adj}
bortschborscht{m}
borugaA fermented milk drink similar to yogurt{f} [Dominican Republic]
boscosowoody, wooded{adj}
bosónboson{m}
bosón de gaugegauge boson{m}
bosón de HiggsHiggs boson{m}
Bosnia y HercegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina{prop}
bosónicobosonic{adj}
bosnioBosnian{adj}
bosnioBosnian{m}
bosnioherzegovinopertaining to Bosnia and Herzegovina{adj}
bosnioherzegovinosomeone from Bosnia and Herzegovina{m}
bosón WW-boson{m}
bosón ZZ-boson{m}
bosqueforest{m}
bosquejarsketch (to create a sketch){v}
bosquejostub, outline, sketch{m}
bostezarto yawn{v}
bostezoyawn (the action of yawning){m}
botaboot{f}
botabota bag; soft pouch, usually suspended from a cord or lanyard, for carrying wine or other beverages (Similar to a canteen.){f}
botanistabotanist{mf}
botarto bounce{v}
botarto throw, to throw away{v}
botaratawasteful, thriftless, unthrifty{adj} [Chile, Colombia, Peru, Puerto Rico]
boîtenightclub{f}
boteboat{m}
botevessel, container{m}
botellabottle{f}
botellazohit with a bottle{m}
botellónstreet binge drinking (social gathering in the street with the purpose of drinking alcoholic bevearges from bottles){m}
boticadrug, medicament{f}
boticadrugstore, pharmacy{f}
boticariopharmacist{m}
botilleríabottle shop, beverage store (store selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages){f} [Chile, Peru]
botiquínfirst aid box{m}
botiquínmedicine cabinet{m}
botiquínmedicine chest{m}
botitalittle boot{f}
botínbooty, prey{m}
botónbud (newly formed leaf or flower that has not yet unfolded){m}
botónbutton (clothing, mechanical){m}
botónkey (on a musical instrument){m}
botánicabotany{f}
botánica(female) botanist{f}
botánicobotanical, botanic{adj}
botánicobotanist{m}
botoblunt{adj}
botonesbellboy{m}
BotsuanaBotswana (Republic of Botswana){prop}
botsuanoBotswanan (person){adj}
botsuanoBotswanan (thing){adj}
botsuanoBotswanan (person){m}
Botswana{prop} [l/en, Botswana]
botulismobotulism{m} [pathology]
boulderingbouldering{m}
bovinobovine (of, relating to or resembling cattle){adj}
bovinobovine{m}
boxeador(male) boxer{m}
boxeadorafemale boxer{f}
boxearto box (the sport){v}
boxeoboxing{m}
boxísticoOf or pertaining to boxing{adj}
boyabuoy{f}
boyantebuoyant{adj}
boyanteprosperous{adj}
boysenaboysenberry{f}
boysenberiboysenberry{m}
bozalA muzzle; device to stop an animal from biting{m}
bozalA noseband, usually on a horse bridle or halter{m}
bpdabbreviation of barriles por día (barrels per day){abbr}
bípedoA biped{m}
bíperpager (device for receiving alpha-numeric messages){m} [Latin America]
bracamantefalchion{m}
bracamartefalchion{m}
bracearto stroke (while swimming){v}
bracerolabourer, farmhand, navvy{m}
bradiquinesiabradykinesia{f}
bradiquininabradykinin{f}
bragawoman's slip{f} [Spain]
bragaunderpants{f}
bragaspanties{fp}
braguetazoA marriage between a poor man and a rich woman{m} [colloquial]
brailleBraille{prop}
bramarut, mating season{f} [zoology]
bramarto roar, to bellow{v}
bramidoroar{m}
braquialbrachial{adj}
braquioproctalbrachioproctic{adj}
braquiorradialbrachioradialis{m}
braquiosauriobrachiosaur{m}
braquiovaginalbrachiovaginal{adj}
brasahot coal, ember{f}
brasilbrazil, brazilwood{m}
BrasilBrazil{prop}
brasileñoBrazilian{adj}
brasileñoBrazilian{m}
brasileroBrazilian{adj}
brasileroBrazilian{m}
bravoagitated (sea){adj}
bravoangry, furious{adj}
bravobold, courageous{adj}
bravogood, excellent{adj}
bravobravo!{interj} [at the theatre, etc]
bravowell done!, good show!{interj} [in general use]
bravuraanger{f}
bóraxborax{m}
brazabreaststroke{f}
braza(measure) fathom About 1.67 metres. Twice a vara{f}
brazadastroke{f} [swimming]
brazaletebracelet{m}
brazoarm{m}
brazobranch{m}
bárbarafeminine form of bárbaro{f}
Bárbarafemale given name, cognate to Barbara{prop}
bárbarobarbaric{adj}
bárbarocool{adj} [colloquial]
bárbaroenormous{adj} [colloquial]
bárbarostupendous{adj} [colloquial]
bárbarobarbarian{m}
brécolbroccoli{m}
brócolibroccoli{m}
bróculibroccoli{m}
breatarpaulin{f}
breatar, pitch{f}
brearto abuse, to mistreat{v}
brearto make fun of{v}
brebajepotion, concoction{m}
brechabreach{f}
brechaimpression{f}
bregarto toil{v}
BretañaBrittany, Bretagne{prop}
bretean unavoidable and inescapable predicament{m}
bretejob{m} [Costa Rica]
bretedifficult situation{m}
bretónBreton{adj}
bretónBreton (person){m}
bretónBreton (language){prop}
brevafig, breva (first fruit of the fig tree){f}
brevebrief, short{adj}
brevedadbrevity, shortness{f}
breviariobreviary{m}
breviariocompendium{m}
brezoheath{m}
brígidodangerous, difficult{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
brígidoterrible{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
bribónmischievous{adj}
bribónrascal, villain, bad guy{m}
bribonafeminine form of bribón{f}
bricolajebricolage{m}
bricolajedo-it-yourself handicraft{m}
bridabridle{f}
bridacable tie{f}
bridgebridge (card game){m} [card games]
brigadabrigade{f}
brillantebright, brilliant, lustrous{adj}
brillanteexcellent{adj}
brillantezbrilliance{f}
brillarto shine{v}
brillosheen{m}
brilloshine{m}
brincarjump, frolic, bounce{v}
brincojump, hop{m}
brindarto offer, provide{v}
brindarto toast, drink a toast to{v}
brindistoast (e.g., to one’s health){m}
briofitabryophyte{f}
briosolively, energetic, zestful{adj}
briquetlighter{m} [Colombia]
brisabreeze{f}
británicafeminine form of británico{f}
británicoBritish (from or native to Britain, in both the historical and modern senses){adj}
británicoBritish (pertaining to Britain){adj}
británicoA Briton{m}
britónicoBrythonic{adj}
brújulacompass{f}
BrújulaPyxis (constellation){prop}
brókerrealtor{mf}
bríovigour; zest{m}
brocheclasp, brooch{m}
brochecuff link, cufflink{m}
brochepaperclip{m}
brochetaskewer{f}
bromajoke, practical joke{f}
bromearto fool; to trick{v}
bromearto joke{v}
bromelinabromelain{f} [enzyme]
bromistajoking{adj}
bromistajoker, one who jokes{mf}
bromobrome{m}
bromobromine{m}
bromobencenobromobenzene{m} [organic compound]
bromocriptinabromocriptine{f}
bromosuccinimidabromosuccinimide{f} [organic compound]
bromurobromide (chemistry: binary compound of bromine and another element){m}
broncahassle, dispute, quarrel, argument{f}
broncaproblem{f} [Mexico]
broncareprimand{f}
broncebronze{m}
broncearto tan, to bronze{v}
broncearseto become brown{v}
broncearseto tan{v}
broncoespasmobronchospasm{m} [pathology]
brotarto bud or sprout{v}
brotesprout{m}
brownie{m} [l/en, brownie]
bruceslips{mf}
bruñirto burnish{v}
brujacrone{f}
brujaowl (bird){f}
brujawitch, sorceress{f}
BrujasBruges (city in Belgium){prop}
brujeríaa spell{f}
brujeríasorcery, witchcraft{f}
brujilladiminutive form of bruja{f}
brujosorcerer (warlock or witch){m}
brujulearto wander, walk aimlessly{vi}
brujulearto infer, determine from context{vt} [colloquial, rare]
brumahaze{f}
brunch{m} [l/en, brunch]
bruneanoBruneian{adj}
bruneanoBruneian{m}
BrunéiBrunei{prop}
Brunildafemale given name, cognate to German Brunhilde{prop}
bruscamentesuddenly, brusquely{adv}
bruscosudden, brusque{adj}
BruselasBrussels (capital of Belgium){prop}
brutalbrutal{adj}
brutalidadbrutality{f}
brutalizarto brutalize{v}
brutalmentebrutally{adv}
brutalmenteextremely{adv}
brutoignorant, stupid{adj}
brutouncouth{adj}
brutobrute{m}
brutoignorant, stupid person{m}
brutouncouth person{m}
BS(Mexican state) Baja California Sur{abbr}
Bs.As.Buenos Aires{abbr}
básculascale (device used to measure weight){f}
básicamentebasically{adv}
básicobasic{adj}
búsquedaquest{f}
búsquedasearch{f}
básquetbasketball{m}
básquetbolbasketball (the sport){m}
béticoof or relating to Real Betis, a Spanish football team from Seville{adj} [football]
béticoof or from Baetica{adj}
béticoA fan, player, coach or person associated with Real Betis{m} [football]
bubónbubo{m}
bubónicobubonic{adj}
BucalemoBucalemo{prop}
BucalemuBucalemu{prop}
bucanerobuccaneer{m}
buccinadorbuccinator{m}
bucearto delve into{v} [figuratively]
bucearto dive, to swim under water{v}
bucearto snorkel{v}
bucearto work as a diver{v}
buceodive{m}
buceodiving{m}
buclelock of hair{m}
bucleloop{m}
bucólicobucolic, pastoral (all senses){adj}
BudaBuddha{prop}
budismoBuddhism{m}
budistaBuddhist{adj}
budistaBuddhist{mf}
budínpudding (sweet or salty){m}
buena fama hurto encubregood reputation covers over a theft{phrase}
buena fegoodwill, good faith, bona fides{f}
buena ondacool, good vibe{adj} [Chile, slang]
buena ondaLiterally, “estar en buena onda” means “being on a good vibe/note.”, and “tener buena onda” is “giving off good vibes.”{adj} [Mexico, slang]
buena ondagood vibe{f}
buen apetitoenjoy your meal; bon appetit!{interj}
buenas nochesgood evening{interj}
buenas tardesgood evening; good afternoon{interj}
buenaventuraGood fortune{f}
buenazogood-natured{adj}
buen gustogood taste; preference for beautiful, aesthetic or artistic things{m}
buen gustopreference for beautiful or attractive people{m}
buenofine{adj}
buenogood{adj}
buenoExpression used when answering the phone,{interj} [interrogatively, Mexico]
buenookay; fine{interj}
buenowell; a short pause in a sentence{interj} [used at the start of a phrase]
BuenoSpanish surname{prop}
buenos díasgood day, good morning{interj}
buen provechobon appétit, enjoy your meal{interj}
buenísimosuperlative form of bueno{adj}
bueycuckold{m} [Mexico]
bueyox, bullock{m}
bueypacket, large amount of money{m} [Puerto Rico]
buey almizcleromusk ox{m}
buey de marbrown crab (Cancer pagurus){m}
buey viejo surco derechoan old ox, a straight furrow (it makes){phrase}
bufexpresses unpleasantness{interj}
bufandascarf{f}
bufarto snort{v}
bufetelawyer's office{m}
bufónjester{m}
bufonadaantic, clowning{f}
bufonearto jest, to clown{v}
bugaOf or pertaining to heterosexuality{adj} [Mexico, colloquial]
bugaheterosexual (person){mf} [Mexico, colloquial]
bugaautomobile{mf} [Spain, colloquial]
buganviliabougainvillea{f} [chiefly Latin America]
buganvillabougainvillea{f} [chiefly Spain]
buhardillaattic{f}
buharrothe scops owl, Otus scops{m}
BuinBuin (the Chilean city){prop}
buitrevulture{m}
buitrearto vomit{v} [colloquial, Chile, Peru, Bolivia]
bujíacandle{f}
bujíaspark plug (device that forms a high-voltage spark for fuel ignition){f}
bulabull (document){f}
bula papalpapal bull{f}
bula pontificiapapal bull{f}
bulbobulb{m} [botany]
bulbocavernosobulbospongiosus{m}
bulboesponjosobulbospongiosus{m}
bulbosobulbous (all senses){adj}
bulderbouldering{m}
buldoga bulldog{m}
bulevarboulevard{m}
Bulgaria{prop} [l/en, Bulgaria]
bullarowdiness, racket, ruckus{f}
bullectomíabullectomy{f}
bullirto boil{v}
bullirto budge{v}
bullirto spring, to well{v}
bullirto teem, to abound{v}
bullyingschool bullying{m}
bulínbachelor pad{m} [Argentina]
bulínroom (used for sex); room in a brothel{m} [Argentina]
bulínbowline{m}
bulocanard, hoax (alse or misleading report or story, especially if deliberately so){m}
bultobulge{m}
bultolump, volume or an indeterminate object{m}
bultoPiece of luggage{m}
bumerangboomerang{m}
bumeránboomerang{m}
bungalow{m} [l/en, bungalow]
bungybungee jumping{m}
bungy jumpingbungee jumping{m}
buqueship, vessel{m}
buque cisternatanker ship{m}
burówriting desk{m}
burbujabubble{f}
burbujabubble (period of intense speculation){f} [economy]
burbujaexcessive value due to speculation{f} [economy]
burbujearto bubble{v}
burócratabureaucrat{mf}
burdelbrothel{m}
burgalésOf, from or pertaining to Burgos (city and province of Spain){adj}
burgalésA person from Burgos (city and province of Spain){m}
BurgosBurgos{prop}
burguesíabourgeoisie{f}
burguésbourgeois{adj}
burguésbourgeois{m}
burkaburka or burqa{m}
Burkina Faso{prop} [l/en, Burkina Faso]
burkinésBurkinese{adj}
burkinésBurkinese{m}
burlamockery, taunt, ridicule{f}
burlaprank{f}
burlarto mock{vr}
burlarto trick, to deceive{vt}
burlarseto ridicule; to mock{vr}
burlarseto deceive oneself{vr} [with
burlónmocking{adj}
burlónmocker, joker{n}
burocracia{f} [politics] [l/en, bureaucracy]
burqaburqa or burka{m}
burrashe-ass{f}
burrodonkey, especially one used as a pack animal{m}
burroan idiot, dunce{m} [slang]
burroa well hung man{m} [slang, figuratively]
Burundi{prop} [l/en, Burundi]
burundésBurundian{adj}
burundésBurundian{m}
buscasearch{f}
buscadorprospector{m}
buscadorseeker{m}
buscarTo seek, to search for, to look for{v}
buscar pelos en la sopato look for excuses to complain; literally "to search for hair in the soup"{phrase}
buscavidago-getter{n}
buscavidasOne who is good at finding easy employment, and who can easily exploit any ability he has to succeed in life and earn money{mf}
BustamanteSpanish surname{prop}
bustobust{m}
bustrófedonboustrophedon{m}
butacaarmchair{f}
butacastool{f}
butadienobutadiene{m} [organic compound]
butaneroA person who delivers gas bottles of butane to houses{m}
butanoCommon term for a gas cylinder of butane for household use{m}
butanobutane{m} [organic compound]
butanolbutanol{m} [organic compounds]
butanonabutanone{f} [organic compound]
butanésBhutanese{adj}
butanésBhutanese{m}
butenobutene{m} [chemistry]
butifarraa sausage from Catalonia{f}
butinobutyne{m} [organic compound]
butiratobutyrate{m}
butirilcolinesterasabutyrylcholinesterase{f} [enzyme]
ButánBhutan (Himalyan country){prop}
butíricobutyric{adj}
buñuelobeignet (type of donut){m}
buzónmailbox [US], letterbox [UK]{m}
buzosweatshirt (loose shirt, usually made of a knit fleece, for athletic wear and now often used as casual apparel){m} [Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay]
buzotracksuit, joggers (garment consisting of a top and trousers for sports and casual wear){m} [Chile, Peru]
buzodiver (someone who dives underwater){m}
buzooverall{m}
bóvedaarch{f} [architecture]
bóvedabridge{f} [architecture, El Salvador]
bóvedavault{f} [architecture]
bóvedacrypt, sepulture{f}
bóvidoBovid{m}