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Spanish wordmeaning in Englishfeatures
çc with cedilla{letter} [obsolete]
çabullirobsolete spelling of zabullir{v}
çahumerioalternative spelling of sahumerio{m}
çapatoobsolete spelling of zapato{m}
çarçaobsolete spelling of zarza{n}
c/abbreviation of calle (street){f}
Cknight{m} [chess]
cabecause{conj} [obsolete]
cahouse{f} [colloquial]
caDenotes incredulity or negation; oh no!{interj} [Spain]
CAcorriente alterna (AC or alternating current){abbr}
cañaa glass of beer{f}
cañaa slim, cylindrical type of glass, used to serve beer{f}
cañacane{f}
cañahangover{f} [Chile, informal]
cañareed{f}
cañadaravine{f}
caña de azúcarsugar cane{f}
caçadorobsolete spelling of cazador{adj}
caçadorobsolete spelling of cazador{m}
caçarobsolete spelling of cazar{v}
cañara fish garth made of reeds{m}
cañara group of reeds{m}
cañaveralcanebrake{m}
cañaveralreed field{m}
cañaveralsugar-cane plantation{m}
cabañahut{f}
cabalupright{adj}
cabalgadacavalcade (all senses){f}
cabalgarto ride a horse{vi}
cabalgatacavalcade{f}
cabalgataride (on a horse){f}
caballamackerel{f}
caballarequine, horse{adj}
caballeríacavalry{f}
caballerizastable{f}
caballerocavalier{m}
caballerocowboy (more common in South America){m}
caballerogentleman{m}
caballerohorseman{m}
caballeroknight{m}
caballerosochivalrous{adj}
caballetebridge (of the nose){m} [anatomy]
caballeteeasel{m}
caballeteridge (of roof){m}
caballetestand; kickstand (support){m}
caballetetrestle (of furniture){m}
caballetekeel (of a bird){m} [zoology]
caballitodiminutive form of caballo, a little horse{m}
caballito de marsea horse{m}
caballoknight{m} [chess]
caballohorse{m}
caballo con arcospommel horse{m} [gymnastics]
caballo de PrzewalskiPrzewalski's horse{m}
cabarécabaret{m}
cabdilloalternative form of caudillo{m} [obsolete]
cabealongside, beside, next to. (Archaic; no longer used in spoken Spanish.){prep}
cabecearto head a ball{v} [soccer]
cabeceraheadboard{f}
cabellerahair, head of hair{f}
cabelleratail (of a comet){f}
cabellothe hair on the head (mass noun as in English){m}
cabelludohairy{adj}
cabelludolong-haired{adj}
cabelludoshaggy{adj}
caberTo be acceptable, accepted, permitted, permissible, allowable, etc{vt} [figuratively]
caberTo be held or contained; to be capable of being contained (in something) or passed through (no matter if space or volume is left){vt}
caberTo fit, enter (in something, no matter if space or volume is left){vt}
caberTo traverse, pass through or across (a way, path, door, hole, opening, mouth, orifice, etc., no matter if space is left){vt}
cabestrillosling{m} [medicine]
cabestrohalter, headcollar (animal's headgear){m}
cabezahead{f} [anatomy]
cabezadaheadbutt{f}
cabezadaheader{f}
cabezadanap, doze, forty winks{f}
cabezadanod (when falling asleep, acknowledging, consenting etc.){f}
cabeza de turcoscapegoat{f}
cabezadurahardheaded{m}
cabezalhead (of a mechanism){m}
cabezalheadrest (in a car); small pillow{m}
cabezazoheadbutt{m}
cabezazoheader{m} [sports]
cabezónbig-headed{adj}
cabezónstubborn{adj}
cabezóna big-headed or stubborn person{m}
cabezónA man with a large meatus and by extension an insistent individual{m}
cabezonafeminine form of cabezón{f}
cabezotastubborn{adj}
cabidaspace, room, capacity (to fit something inside){f}
cabildearto lobby{v}
cabildeolobby{m} [politics]
cabilderafeminine form of cabildero{f}
cabilderolobbyist{m}
cabildoA town council or other governing body at a local level{m}
cabildoAn assembly or meeting held by such a governing body{m}
cabildoBody of churchmen that forms the chapter of a cathedral or collegiate church{m}
cabildoThe place where such an assembly is held; cabildo{m}
cabinacabin{f}
cabina del pilotocockpit{f}
cabizbajamentedejectedly, gloomily{adv}
cabizbajodejected, gloomy{adj}
cableA cable or cord{m}
cableadocabling{m}
cablearTo wire up; cable up{v}
cable de arranquejump lead{m}
cablegrafiarto cable{v}
caboend, edge, extremity{m}
caboend, finish, conclusion{m}
cabocape{m} [geography]
caboaccessories, knick-knacks{m} [in the plural]
cabocorporal{m} [military ranks]
cabocable, rope{m} [nautical]
cabo(police) sergeant{m}
cabostub, butt, stump{m}
cabotajetrade or traffic along the coast{m}
Cabo VerdeCape Verde{prop}
caboverdianoCape Verdean{adj}
caboverdianoCape Verdean{m}
cabragirl{f} [colloquial]
cabrafemale goat{f}
cabragoat (unknown gender){f}
cabrahigarto hang strings of figs in the branches of fig trees so that the fruit of these branches will be sweeter and tasty{v}
cabreadotired, fed up, bored, sick{adj}
cabrearto get sick and tired, to get bored, to get annoyed{vr} [colloquial, Chile]
cabrearto get angry{vr} [colloquial]
cabrearto annoy, bother, pester, to piss off, to make angry{vt} [colloquial]
cabrerogoatherd{m}
cabriolarto prance; to caper{v}
cabritokid (young goat){m}
cabrónbilly goat{m}
cabrónmate, dude (term of endearment between friends){m} [informal, Mexico]
cabróncoward{m} [pejorative]
cabrónpimp (prostitution solicitor){m} [pejorative, Latin America]
cabrónbastard, motherfucker (compare English jackass){m} [vulgar, pejorative, Central America]
cabróncuckold{m} [vulgar, pejorative, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba]
cabríogoatish{adj}
cabroboy{m} [Chile, Paraguay, colloquial]
cabrokid{m} [Chile, Paraguay, colloquial]
cabromale goat{m}
cabrofag{m} [Peru, vulgar]
cabronazoaugmentative form of cabrón{m}
cacaPoo{f}
cacahuacentlialternative form of cacahuacintle{m}
cacahuacintleA variety of maize with large, whitish grains, used in the making of pozole and other traditional dishes{m} [Mexico]
cacahuatepeanut{m} [Honduras, Mexico]
cacahuazintlealternative spelling of cacahuacintle{m}
cacahuetepeanut (plant, seed){m} [Spain]
cacaocacao bean{m}
cacaocacao tree{m}
cacaococoa (bean, powder){m}
cacaotalA grove of cacao trees{m}
cacaoterafeminine form of cacaotero{f}
cacaoteroA cultivator or dealer of cacao{m}
cacaoterocacao tree{m} [Mexico]
cacarearto cackle; to laugh loudly{v}
cacarearto exaggerate, to exaggerate the importance of{v}
cacareocackling{m}
cacareocock-a-doodle-doo{m}
cacatúacockatoo{f}
caceríahunt, hunting{f}
cacerolacauldron{f}
cacerolapan, saucepan{f}
cachacafemale police officer, feminine form of cachaco{f} [Peru, pejorative]
cachacoelegant, educated{adj} [Colombia]
cachacopolice officer{m} [Peru, pejorative]
cachalotecachalot, sperm whale{m}
cacharto catch, to get (to grasp mentally: perceive and understand){v} [Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, colloquial]
cacharto find out, spy out, peek{v} [Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, colloquial]
cacharto have sexual relations{v} [Chile, Peru, vulgar]
cacharto catch (to intercept){v}
cacharrocrock, shard piece of broken pottery{m}
cacharrohickey (object whose name is unknown){m}
cacharropiece of junk{m}
cacharropot, crock (piece of pottery){m}
cacharrowreck (damaged or worn car or technical device){m}
cachearto search{v}
cachemiracashmere (fine, downy wool){f}
cachetadaslap in the face{f}
cachetebuttock, butt-cheek{m}
cachetecheek{m}
cachetesmack{m}
cachetearto slap (in the face){v}
cachi-Meaning almost{prefix} [rare]
cachicamoarmadillo{m}
cachimba(smoking) pipe{f}
cachimbearto annoy repeatedly{v}
cachimbearto hit someone{v}
cachiporraboastful{adj} [Chile]
cachiporrabludgeon{f}
cachiporraswaggerer{f} [Chile]
cachoannoying duty or work{m} [Chile, colloquial]
cachoshit, lemon, bomb (defective or inadequate or useless item or person){m} [Chile, Peru, colloquial]
cachohorn{m} [Latin America]
cachopiece{m}
cachondeojoke; piss-take (The act of mocking someone; a type of satire or sarcasm){m} [colloquial]
cachondeoconfusion{m}
cachondeofarce{m}
cachondofunny, amusing, comic{adj}
cachondosexy, horny, randy{adj}
cachondoin heat, in rut{adj} [zoology]
cachopoAn Asturian dish consisting of ham, cheese and other ingredients inside beef fillets.{m}
cachorritafeminine form of cachorrito{f}
cachorritodiminutive form of cachorro{m}
cachorrocub (the young of certain other animals){m}
cachorropuppy{m}
cachurecocrooked, twisted{adj} [Mexico, colloquial]
cachurecodeformed{adj} [Mexico, colloquial]
caciquecacique (bird){m}
caciquechieftain (Indian chief in a tribe){m}
caciquepowerful person{m}
cacleA type of leather sandal traditionally worn in Mexico{m}
cacleshoe (any kind of footwear){m} [colloquial, Mexico]
cacofoníacacophony{f}
cacorroa homosexual{m} [Colombia, pejorative, offensive]
cactáceocactaceous{adj}
cactocactus{m}
cactusalternative form of cacto{m}
caídcaid{m}
cadaeach; every{determiner}
caídafall (act of falling){f}
cadalsoscaffold (elevated platform on which a criminal is executed){m}
cada muerte de obispoonce in a blue moon (very rarely){adv} [idiomatic]
cada muerte de un judíoLiterally, "each death of a Jew"; very rarely; almost never; once in a blue moon{adv} [idiomatic]
cadaverinacadaverine{f} [organic compound]
cada vezevery time{adv}
cada vezmore and more, increasingly{adv} [idiomatic]
cadavéricocadaveric{adj}
cadavéricocadaverous; corpselike{adj}
cadenaA network, as of radio stations, etc{f}
cadenachain{f}
cadenanecklace{f}
cadenas de nievesnow chains{fp} [pluralonly]
cadenciacadence{f}
caderahip{f}
cadetecadet{mf}
cadeteapprentice, trainee{mf} [Latin America]
cadherinacadherin{f} [protein]
cadmiocadmium{m}
caídofallen{adj}
caducadoinvalid, out of date, expired, lapsed{adj}
caducadoold, deteriorated{adj}
caducadopast the sell-by date{adj}
caducarto expire{v}
caduceocaduceus{m}
caducidadcaducity{f}
caducidadexpiry date{f}
caducidadsell-by date{f}
caducifoliodeciduous{adj} [botany]
caducocaducous{adj} [botany]
caducocaducous; transient, fleeting{adj}
caducoexpired{adj}
cadávercadaver, corpse{m}
caerto collapse{v}
caerto fall{v}
cañeríadrain{f}
cañeríaLength of tube, pipe or piping{f}
caer biento make happy, make laugh, satisfy, please (news, advice, announcement){vt}
caer biento please, be nice, make a good impression (a person){vt}
caer biento promote or make for good or proper digestion (food){vt}
caer malto be disagreeable, make a bad (or not so good) impression (a person){vt}
caer malto make for or cause a bad digestion (food){vt}
caer malto make unhappy or sad, to anger, to dissatisfy (news, advice, announcement){vt}
caerse(reflexive form of caer) to collapse{vr}
caerse(reflexive form of caer) to fall{vr}
cafébrown{adj}
cafécafé, coffee-shop{m}
cafécoffee{m}
cafeínacaffeine{f}
cafetalpiece of land cultivating coffee{m}
cafeteracoffeemaker (kitchen apparatus used to brew and filter coffee){f}
cafeteracoffeepot (vessel for preparing or serving coffee){f}
cafeteríacafeteria{f}
cafetocoffee plant, coffee tree{m}
cafichepimp{m} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina, Peru]
cafichesponger, freeloader (especially of women){m} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina, Peru]
cafichearto sponge{v} [Chile, colloquial]
caftánkaftan{m}
cagadamistake, fuckup{f} [colloquial]
cagadarag, mischief{f} [colloquial]
cagadashit, bowel movement, diarrhea{f} [colloquial]
cagadocheap, worthless{adj} [Chile]
cagadocovered in feces{adj}
cagadocowardly{adj}
cagarto tell someone off, exclamation of rejection{v} [Argentina]
cagarto bust{v} [colloquial]
cagarto get busted{v} [colloquial]
cagarto fail{vi} [Chile, colloquial]
cagarto cheat someone{vt} [Chile]
cagarto shit{v} [vulgar]
cagóncoward, fearful{adj}
cagónshithead{adj} [pejorative]
cahuíngossip (usually evil-minded){m} [Chile]
cahuínintrigue, machination{m} [Chile]
cahuínmess, disorder, confusion{m} [Chile]
caimitoThe abiu, a tropical tree and its fruit{m}
caimitoThe star fruit{m}
caimánalligator{m}
caimáncaiman{m}
cairelarto fringe{v}
cajabank{f}
cajabox, case{f}
cajacash desk{f}
cajagearbox{f}
caja de cambiosgearbox{f}
caja de seguridadsafebox{f}
caja de sorpresajack-in-the-box{f}
caja fuertesafe{f}
caja negrablack box{f}
cajerocashier{m}
cajero automáticoautomated teller machine, ATM{m}
cajetaA Mexican confection of thickened syrup usually made of sweetened caramelized goat's milk{f}
cajetacunt, vagina{f} [slang, Argentina]
cajetilladiminutive form of caja, a small box, especially a cigarette box{f}
cajigoPortuguese oak{m}
cajistatypesetter{mf}
cajitadiminutive form of caja, small box{f}
cajóndrawer{m}
cajuelatrunk, boot (of a car){f} [Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico]
cajuilcashew{m} [Dominican Republic]
callime (calcium oxide){f}
calóCaló; the dialect of Spanish spoken by gitanos (essentially, Spanish with the addition of Romani/Gipsy words){m}
calóSpanish barrio slang{m}
calasuppository (small medicinal plug that is inserted into the rectum){f}
calañacharacter, nature, quality{f}
calañaexample, model{f}
calañakind, sort, type{f}
calañapattern{f}
calabacínzucchini{m}
calabacín de inviernowinter squash{n}
calabaza, porcino (Boletus edulis){f} [l/en, cep]
calabazapumpkin{f} [Spain, Mexico, Caribbean, Argentina]
calabaza bellotaacorn squash{f}
calabaza butternutbutternut squash{n}
calabaza de inviernowinter squash{n}
calabaza de nuezbutternut squash{n}
calabozodungeon{m}
calabozoprison, jail; prison cell{m}
calabriarto mix red and white wine{v} [obsolete]
calabrésCalabrian{adj}
calacaDeath{f} [Honduras, Mexico, colloquial]
calacaskull{f} [Mexico, colloquial]
caladapuff, hit (of a cigarette){f}
caladowet{adj}
caladodraught (of a ship or boat){m}
calafatearto caulk (to seal joints with caulk){v}
calalúcallaloo{n}
calalapassionfruit{f} [Nicaragua]
calamarsquid{m}
calambrecramp{m}
calambre(electric) shock{m}
calamidadcalamity{f}
calamitosocalamitous, disastrous{adj}
calamitososickly, unhealthy (frequently ill){adj}
calarof or pertaining to limestone or lime{adj}
calarlimestone quarry{m}
calarto ruble, see through (to discover deceitful or underhanded behavior, hidden true motives or mindset){v} [colloquial]
calarto soak{v} [of a liquid]
calarto pierce with a sharp instrument{v}
calaveradeath's head, skull{f}
calcadoIn a fake manner, fakely{adj}
calcadoFacsimile, imitation, copy{n}
calcarto trace, copy (copy by means of carbon paper or tracing paper){v}
calcarto trample{v}
calcetínsock{m}
calcinacióncalcination (the process of calcining){f} [chemistry]
calcinamientocalcination (the process of calcining){m}
calcinarto calcine{v}
calcineurinacalcineurin{f} [enzyme]
calciocalcium{m}
calcitacalcite{f}
calcitoninacalcitonin{f} [hormone]
calcáneocalcaneus, heel bone{m}
calcoshoe{m} [colloquial]
calcocopy{m}
calcoimitation, reproduction{m}
calcoA calque{m} [linguistics]
calcoThe action of copying or reproducing something{m}
calcomaníadecalcomania{f}
calcomaníadecorative sticker, decal{f}
calcomaníathe image produced using decalcomania{f}
calcáreocalcareous{adj}
calculadorcalculator{m}
calculadoracalculator{f}
calcularto calculate{v}
calículocalyculus, calicle{m} [anatomy, zoology]
calículoepicalyx{m} [botany]
CalcutaCalcutta (capital of West Bengal){prop}
caldearto warm{v}
calderaboiler{f}
calderacauldron{f}
calderacaldera{f} [geology]
calderetaA type of stew, normally made with fish but also with other ingredients{f}
calderónfermata{m} [music]
calderónpilot whale{m}
calderón¶ symbol{m} [typography]
CalderónSpanish surname{prop}
calderosaid of someone who like soups{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
calderovat, small cauldron{m}
CaldevillaSpanish surname{prop}
caldoa clear soup, broth, bouillon{m}
caldosludge{m}
caldo(soup) stock{m}
caldoswill{m}
caldosoliquidy (said of a broth){adj}
caldoso{n} [l/en, arroz caldoso]
calefacciónheating{f}
calefaccionarto heat{vt} [Chile, Argentina, Uruguay]
calefactorheater{m}
caleidoscopiokaleidoscope{m}
caleidoscópicokaleidoscopic{adj}
calendariocalendar{m}
calendario gregorianoGregorian calendar{m}
calentadorboiler{m}
calentadorheater{m}
calentamientowarming{m}
calentamiento globalglobal warming (a sustained increase in the average temperature of the earth's atmosphere sufficient to cause climate change.){m}
calentarto heat{v}
calentónhorny{adj} [colloquial]
calentónblast of heat{m} [colloquial]
calentónhorniness{m} [colloquial]
calentónhorny person{m} [colloquial]
calenturafever, calenture{f}
calenturahorniness{f}
caleñoof, or relating to, Cali{adj}
caleñosomeone from Cali{n}
calesitacarousel, merry-go-round{m} [Argentina, Uruguay]
caletaa lot{adv} [slang, Chile]
caletaa lot{f} [slang, Chile]
caletasmall bay{f}
calígrafafeminine form of calígrafo{f}
calígrafocalligrapher, calligraphist{m}
calibracióncalibration{f}
calibrarto calibrate{v}
calibrecalibre{m}
calibrecalipers{m}
calichesalitre{m}
calichesaltpeter{m}
calidadquality (level of excellence){f}
calidezwarmth, warmness, heat{f}
calientabancaspew-warmer{m}
calientaplatoshotplate{m}
calientapollascocktease{mf} [vulgar]
calientehot, warm (exhibiting heat or warmth){adj}
calientehorny (sexually aroused){adj} [slang]
calientehot (sexually appealing){adj} [slang]
califacaliph{m}
califatocaliphate{m}
calificaciónmark, rating{f}
calificaciónqualification{f}
calificadoqualified{adj}
calificarto describe{v}
calificarto grade{v}
California{prop} [l/en, California]
californianasDouglas berry{n}
californioCalifornian{adj}
californioCalifornian{m}
californiocalifornium{m}
CalifornioA Californian, especially a Spanish-speaking Roman Catholic Californian living in California before the Mexican-American War{prop}
caligrafíacalligraphy{f}
caligrafíapenmanship; handwriting{f}
calilladebt{f} [colloquial, Chile]
calillaannoyance, bother{f} [colloquial, Latin America]
calillathin and long cigar{f} [Colombia]
calillaannoying person{f} [Guatemala, Honduras]
calimochoA cocktail consisting of approximately 50% red wine and 50% cola-based soft drink{m}
calisteniacalisthenics (gymnastic exercises){f}
calizalimestone, rock composed of limestone{f} [geology]
calizoof or pertaining to limestone or lime{adj} [geology]
calladamenteSilently, secretly, privately, inconspicuously, in a reserved manner{adv}
calladoquiet, silent{adj}
callampamushroom{f} [Chile]
callarto be silent{v}
callarto calm{v}
callarto hush, to become silent{v}
callarto hush, to make silent{v}
callarto keep silent{v}
callarto not mention{v}
callarseto be quiet; to stay quiet{v}
callea lane in a pool or racetrack (but not a highway){f}
callestreet{f}
callecitasmall street{f}
callejanarrow street{f}
callejeroa person who often goes out home for unproductive activities{adj} [Mexico]
callejerorelated to the streets, street-{adj}
callejerostray (animal living in the streets){adj}
callejerowanderer (within the city or town, often for binge or partying and other unproductive activities){adj}
callejónalley, side street, blind alley{m}
calle sin salidablind alley, dead-end street, cul-de-sac, impasse (road with no exit){f}
calle sin salidaimpasse (deadlock or stalemate situation){f}
callocallus{m} [skin]
callocorn (on the feet){m} [skin]
callotripe{m} [Spain]
callo molayougly bugger; beast{m} [colloquial]
calmacalm, stillness, peacefulness{f}
calmatranquility, peace and quiet{f}
calmanterelaxing{adj}
calmantesedative{m}
calmantetranquillizer{m}
calmarto subside, abate{vi}
calmarto calm down{vr}
calmarto calm, soothe, assuage{vt}
calmocalm (at rest){adj}
calmodulinacalmodulin{f} [protein]
caléndulamarigold{f}
calorheat{m}
caloríacalorie{f}
calor específicospecific heat{m} [physics]
caloríficocalorific{adj}
calorímetrocalorimeter{m}
calota de hieloice sheet{f}
calpaínacalpain{f} [enzyme]
calóricocaloric{adj}
calumniacalumny{f}
calumniarto slander{v}
calurosovery hot, but to a greater extent than caliente{adj}
calvaAn area on a hide or fabric from which the hair or pill has worn out{f}
calvaA traditional shepherds’ sport played in parts of Spain, the object of which is to knock down a partially supported horn or piece of wood (the calva) by throwing stones at it. In a modern version the stones have been substituted with metal cylinders (the marro) and horns are no more used as targets{f}
calvabald patch (area of baldness){f}
calvaclearing (area of land within a wood or forest devoid of trees){f}
calvaThe wooden target used in the game of calva{f}
calvarioA calvary{m}
calvarioA debt chart, spreadsheet{m}
calvarioAn area outside of a settlement abundant in crosses{m}
calvarioAn ordeal{m}
calvarioAn ossuary{m}
calvarioA skullcap{m}
calviciebaldness (The state of being bald){f}
calvobald{adj}
calvoa bald man{m}
calzastocking, sock{f}
calzadadriveway{f}
calzadasidewalk{f}
calzadocalced{adj} [of religions]
calzadofootgear{m}
calzadorshoehorn{m}
calzarto have shoe size X{v}
calzarto wear/put on shoes{v}
calzónfemale undergarment{m}
calzónunderpants{m}
calzonazosone who is henpecked{m} [colloquial]
calzonazossissy (timid, unassertive or cowardly male){m} [colloquial]
calzoncillounderpants; pants (for males){m}
CamHam (son of Noah){prop}
camabed{f}
CamachoSpanish surname{prop}
camachueloThe bullfinch. A small bird{m}
cama elásticatrampoline{f}
camafeocameo (relief work){m}
camaleónchameleon (all senses){m}
camaleónicochameleonic{adj}
camaradacomrade{mf}
camaraderíacomradeship{f}
camarerawaitress{f}
camarerowaiter{m}
camarógrafocameraman, camera operator (somebody who operates a movie camera or television camera){m} [cinematography]
camarónshrimp{m} [Latin America]
camarotebunk{m}
camarotecabin{m}
camarotequarters{m}
cambalacheswap, exchange{m}
cambiadochanged{adj}
cambiadorchanging, exchanging{adj}
cambiarto change, to modify{v}
cambiarto exchange{v}
cambiar de manosTo change hands; to be bought or sold or to change ownership{v} [idiomatic]
cambiazoswitcheroo, changeup, major trade or change{m}
cambiecitodiminutive form of cambio, an insignificant (amount of) change, a tweak{m}
cambiochange{m}
cambioexchange rate{m}
cambiumcambium{m}
CamboyaCambodia (country in Southeast Asia){prop}
camboyanabitch, whore{f} [Chile, slang]
camboyanafeminine form of camboyano{f}
camboyanoCambodian{adj}
camboyanoCambodian person{m}
camboyanoKhmer (the national language of Cambodia){prop}
camburbanana{m} [Venezuela]
camelarto love{v} [colloquial]
camelarto seduce{v} [colloquial]
cameliacamellia{f}
camellóncamlet (fabric){m}
camellónmedian; a dividing strip between two lanes of a road{m} [Guatemala, Mexico]
camellóncurb (of a road){m} [Guatemala, Panama]
camellónlevee, dike{m}
camellónridge{m}
camellónsawhorse{m}
camellocamel{m}
camellopusher (drug dealer){m} [informal]
cameloflattery, gallantry (especially towards women){m}
CamerúnCameroon{prop}
camerunésCameroonian{adj}
camerunésCameroonian{m}
Camilafemale given name, equivalent to Camilla{prop}
camillastretcher, gurney{f}
camilleroAn orderly; a hospital worker who performs non-medical patient care{m}
camillerostretcher-bearer{m}
camiónbus{m} [Mexico]
camióntruck{m}
caminantetraveling{adj}
caminantehiker, walker{mf}
caminantetraveler{mf}
caminarto go on{v}
caminarto stroll{v}
caminarto travel{v}
caminarto walk{v}
caminatawalk, hike{f}
camión cisternatanker truck{m}
caminopath{m}
caminoroad{m}
caminoway{m}
Camino de SantiagoWay of St. James, St. James' Way{prop}
camionerorelated to trucks{adj}
camionerotrucker{m}
camionetapick-up truck{f}
camisashirt{f}
camiseríaA shop / store which primarily sells shirts.{f}
camisetaT-shirt{f}
camisónnightdress{m}
camisolacamisole{f}
camélidocamelid{m}
cáñamocannabis; marijuana{m}
cáñamohemp (plant and fiber){m}
camotesweet potato{m}
camotearto wander with no specific purpose in mind{v} [Mexico]
campañacampaign{f}
campañacountryside{f}
campamentocamp{m}
campamochagreen praying mantis{f} [Mexico]
campanaa bell-shaped (or roughly) object or component (vg, the canopy of a parachute){f}
campanabell{f}
campanadapeal, stroke of a bell{f}
campanariobelfry, bell tower{m}
campanillauvula{f} [anatomy]
campanillabubble{f}
campanillaRutland beauty (Calystegia sepium){f} [plants]
campanillasmall bell, handbell{f}
campanilla moradamorning glory{n}
campanitadiminutive form of campana, small bell{f}
camparto stand out{v}
campechanoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Campeche{adj}
CampecheA state of Mexico{prop}
campeónchampion{m}
campeonafeminine form of campeón{f}
campeonatochampionship{m}
camperajacket{f} [Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Urugauy]
campesinafeminine form of campesino{f}
campesinorural{adj}
campesinofarmer{m}
campesinopeasant{m}
campestrecountry (attributive), cross-country, rural{adj}
campestrerustic{adj}
campiñacountryside{f}
campocountryside, country{m}
campocamp (loan translation of English){m} [New Mexico]
campo de batallabattlefield{m}
campo de concentraciónconcentration camp{m}
campo de hieloice cap{m}
campo de hieloice field{m}
campo eléctricoelectric field{m}
campo gravitacionalgravitational field{m}
campo gravitatoriogravitational field{m}
campo magnéticomagnetic field{m}
CamposSpanish surname{prop}
campo santoA burial-place or cemetery{m} [literally, holy ground]
camposantoalternative form of campo santo{m}
campo semánticosemantic field{m} [linguistics]
camufladocamouflaged{adj}
camuflajecamouflage{m}
camuflajearrare spelling of camuflar{v}
camuflarto camouflage{v}
camuflarto disguise{v}
candog, hound{m}
cañónbarrel (of a gun), pipe, tube{m}
cañóncannon{m}
cañóncanyon{m}
CaínCain (Biblical character){prop}
canawhite or gray hair{f}
CanadáCanada{prop}
canadienseCanadian; pertaining to Canada or its people{adj}
canadienseA Canadian; an inhabitant of Canada{mf}
canalchannel (of television){m}
canalchannel{m} [chemistry]
canalcleavage{m}
canalchannel{m} [communication]
canal(waterway){m} [l/en, canal]
Canal de PanamáPanama Canal{prop}
canalizarto channel{vt}
canalizofairway{m} [nautical]
canallaswine, rascal{f} [colloquial]
canallarabble, riff-raff{f}
canariafeminine form of canario{f}
CanariasCanaries; Canary Islands{prop}
canarioof, from or related to the Canary Islands{adj}
canariocanary (bird){m}
canarioperson from the Canary Islands{m}
canastaA basket{f}
canastabasket, hoop{f} [basketball]
canastacanasta (card game){f}
canastilladiminutive form of canasta, a small basket{f}
canastobasket{m}
canavaninacanavanine{f} [amino acid]
caníbalcannibalistic{adj}
cancelalattice gate{n}
cancelacióncancellation{f}
canceladocanceled{adj}
cancelar(Ecuador, Chile) to pay{v}
cancelarto cancel{v}
cancelarto liquidate a debt{v}
cancerosocancerous{adj}
canchapopcorn{f} [Peru]
canchasports field, pitch, court{f}
cancha de tenistennis court{f}
cancillerchancellor{mf}
cancilleríachancery{f}
canciónsong{f}
canción de cunacradle song{f}
canción de cunalullaby{f}
candadolock, padlock{m}
cañón de aguawater cannon{m}
cañón de avancargaType of weapon; muzzleloader{m}
candelacandle{f}
candelabrocandelabrum, branched candlestick{m}
candelerocandlestick{m}
cañón de nievesnow cannon{m}
candenteburning{adj}
candentehot, sexually attractive{adj}
candentepolemical, dangerous to talk about{adj}
candidatocandidate{m}
candidaturacandidacy{f}
candidezThe quality of being candid; candidness{adj}
candorcandor{m}
canecacan (cylindrical vessel for liquids, usually of steel or aluminium){f} [Colombia]
canecatrash (container into which things are discarded; trash can){f} [Colombia]
canecagin flask{f}
canelacinnamon{f}
canelocinnamon (tree){m}
cangrejocrab{m}
cangrejo de ríocrayfish{m}
cangurobabysitter{m}
cangurokangaroo{m}
caniA working-class youth, especially one associated with aggression, poor education, and a perceived "common" taste in clothing and lifestyle{m} [Spain, pejorative]
canibalismocannibalism{m}
canicaglass marble (spherical ball){f}
canilla(chiefly) tibia, (rare) ulna, radius (for three cases, bones and surrounding soft tissues){f} [anatomy]
canillafaucet{f} [Argentina, Northern Central Spain, Paraguay, Uruguay]
caninocanine{adj} [anatomy]
caninocanine{adj}
caninocanine tooth{m}
caninocaninus{m} [muscle]
canjeswap, exchange{m}
canjeableexchangeable{adj}
canjearto exchange{v}
cannabiscannabis{m}
canónicocanonical{adj}
canoancient, old (for a person){adj}
canohoary, white-haired, grey-haired{adj}
canowhite, snow-white, milky white{adj} [rare]
CanoSpanish surname{prop}
canoacanoe{f}
canoncanon (principle, literary works, prayer, religious law, music piece){m}
canosogray/grey, hoary (of hair){adj}
cansadoboring{adj}
cansadotired, sleepy{adj}
cansanciotiredness{m}
cansarto tire{v}
cansarse(reflexive form of cansar) to become tired{vr}
CantabriaA region in North Spain{prop}
cantaletanagging (repetitive wigging){f}
cantaletatedious refrain{f}
cantamañanasbullshitter{mf} [colloquial]
cantantesinger{mf}
cantarto sing{v}
cantatrizfemale singer{f}
cantautorsinger-songwriter{m}
cantaxantinacanthaxanthin{f} [organic compound]
cantábricoCantabrian{adj}
cantábricoCantabrian (language){m}
cantábricoCantabrian (people){m}
canteraacademy{f}
canteraquarry{f}
canteratalent, ingeniosity{f}
canterano(of an athlete) One who comes from an academy; an academian{m}
cantidadamount{f}
cantidadfigure{f}
cantidadquantity{f}
cantidadesa lot{adv}
cantilcliff{m}
cantilshelf (underwater){m}
cantimploraflask, canteen (water bottle){f}
cantinacafeteria, canteen (staff restaurant){f}
cantinasaloon, speakeasy, bar{f}
cantinerobartender{m}
cantóncanton, district{m}
cantóndivision of a flag or a coat of arms{m} [heraldry]
CantónGuangzhou (a city of China){prop}
cantochant{m}
cantoedge{m}
cantothickness{m} [rare]
cantoside{m}
cantosinging{m}
cantosong{m}
canto del cisneswan song{m} [idiomatic]
canto gregorianoGregorian chant{m}
cantonésCantonese{adj}
cantonésCantonese person{m}
cantonésCantonese language{prop}
cantorsinging{adj}
cantorsinger{m}
cantorafeminine form of cantor{f}
canturrearto croon{v}
canturreoa crooning, a hum{m}
canutilloA dessert consisting of confectioner's cream rolled in pastry{m}
canutoevangelical{m} [slang, Chile, pejorative]
canutojoint, reefer{m} [slang]
canutotube{m}
cañodrain{m}
cañogutter{m}
cañonavigation channel{m}
cañospout{m}
cañotube or pipe{m}
caobamahogany (color){adj}
caobamahogany (color, tree, wood){f}
caolínkaolin{m}
cañonazocannon shot{m}
caoschaos{m}
capóhood of an automobile{m}
CAPComisión Administradora del Petróleo{initialism}
capacape{f}
capacloak{f}
capalayer{f}
capa anualannual ring{f} [botany]
capacidadcapacity, volume{f}
capacitacióntraining{f}
capacitarto train{v}
capa de hieloice cap{f}
capa de hieloice field{f}
capa de hieloice sheet{f}
CapadociaCappadocia (ancient region){prop}
caparazóncaparison{f}
caparazónshell{f}
capatazforeman{m} [management]
capatazafeminine form of capataz{f}
capazable, capable{adj}
capearto dodge{v}
capellánchaplain{m}
Caperucita RojaLittle Red Riding Hood{prop}
capicúapalindromic number{f}
capilarcapillary{adj}
capilarhair (attributive){adj}
capilarcapillary{m}
capilariacapillary{f}
capilaridadcapillarity{f}
capillachapel{f}
capitacióncapitation{f}
capitaciónpoll tax{f}
capital(important){adj} [l/en, capital]
capital(city){f} [l/en, capital]
capital(finance){m} [l/en, capital]
capitalidadThe state of being the capital{f}
capitalinoof or relating to Mexico City{adj} [Mexico]
capitalinoof or relating to a capital city{adj}
capitalinosomeone from Mexico City{m} [Mexico]
capitalinosomeone from or related to a capital city{m}
capitalismocapitalism{m}
capitalistacapitalist{adj}
capitalistacapitalist{mf}
capitalizacióncapitalization{f}
capitana(female) captain{f}
capitanearto command{v}
capitelcapital (uppermost part of a column){m}
capitáncaptain{m}
capitán generalcaptain general{m}
capitulaciónsurrender{f}
capitularto capitulate{v}
capóncastrated{adj}
capóncapon (castrated cockerel){m}
capnomancíaalternative form of capnomancia{f}
capnomanciacapnomancy{f}
capogangster{m}
capolarto mince (meat){v}
caporalforeman{m}
capotahood of a car{f}
cappakappa; the Greek letter Κ, κ{f}
caprichocaprice, fancy{m}
caprichosowhimsical, capricious{adj}
caprolactamacaprolactam{f} [organic compound]
capsaicinacapsaicin{f} [organic compound]
capsularcapsular{adj}
capsularTo cap{v}
captacióncapture, capturing{f}
captarto capture, perceive, register, understand{v}
capítulochapter{m}
capturacapture{f}
capturarto catch, trap, capture{v}
capuchahood (headwear){f}
capuchahoodie{f}
capuchinocappuccino (coffee){m}
capuchinoCapuchin (monk){m}
capulletediminutive form of capullo{m}
capulloasshole{m}
capullococoon{m}
capulloforeskin{m}
capullopod{m}
caqui(fruit) persimmon{m}
caqui(tree) persimmon{m}
caraface{f}
caraheads side of a coin{f}
carabaoa water-buffalo{m}
carabelacaravel{f}
carabela portuguesaPortuguese man-of-war (Physalia physalis){f}
caracolsnail{m}
caracterizadocharacterized{adj}
caracterizarto characterize{v}
característicacharacteristic, feature{f}
característicocharacteristic, typical{adj}
carajoshit!{interj} [South America, Northwestern Spain]
carajocrow’s nest{m}
carajopenis{m} [Spain]
carambagood grief; great Scott (an expression of shock, suprise or anger){interj}
carambolastar fruit (fruit){f}
caramboloThe tree that bears the carambola{m}
caramelitodiminutive form of caramelo{m}
caramelocandy{m}
caramelo(more specifically) caramel{m}
caramelo de melazataffy{m}
caramilloshawm{m} [musici]
caranchocaracara (bird of prey){m}
carantoñacaress{f}
cara o cruzheads or tails{phrase} [idiomatic]
caraulimpkin, Aramus guarauna{m}
caravanacaravan{f}
caravanatrailer{f}
caravanaearring{f} [Uruguay]
caray"good heavens!" Expresses disgust, surprise, astonishment{interj}
CarazoCarazo{prop}
CarballoSpanish surname{prop}
carbaminohemoglobinacarbaminohemoglobin{f}
carbarilcarbaryl{m}
carbarilocarbaryl{m}
carbóncharcoal{m}
carbóncoal{m}
carbón activadoactivated charcoal{n} [chemistry]
carbón grafitizadoactivated charcoal, activated carbon{n} [chemistry]
carbónicocarbonic{adj} [chemistry]
carbohidratocarbohydrate{m} [carbohydrates]
carbonatadocarbonated{adj}
carbonatocarbonate{m}
carboneropollock{m}
carbonerotit (bird){m}
carbonero garrapinosThe coal tit, a small bird{m}
carbonizarto carbonize{v}
carbono{m} [l/en, carbon]
carboxihemoglobinacarboxyhemoglobin{f}
carboxilasacarboxylase{f} [enzyme]
carboxilatocarboxylate{m}
carboxilocarboxyl{m} [organic chemistry]
carboxílicocarboxylic{adj}
carbuncofire beetle{m} [Costa Rica]
carbuncoanthrax{m} [pathology]
carburadorcarburetor (a device in an internal combustion engine){m}
carburarto function, to work{v} [colloquial, of a person or thing]
carburarto carburize{v}
carburocarbide{m}
carcanarrow-minded{adj}
carcareactionary{adj}
carcanarrow-minded person{mf}
carcajquiver{f}
carcajrifle case{f}
carcajadaA guffaw or cackle; a loud and hearty laugh{f}
carcajearseTo laugh heartily or heavily; to cackle; to bust up or be in stitches{vr}
carcaxmetal anklet, metal bracelet, metal armlet{m}
carcaxquiver (for arrows) (in this sense, variant of carcaj){m}
carcelariojail{adj} [attributive]
carcelerafeminine form of carcelero{f}
carcelerorelating or pertaining to jail or prison{adj}
carcelerojailer, warden, prison guard{m}
carcinógenocarcinogen{m} [biology]
carcomerto consume{v}
carcomerto fret, to eat away{v}
carcomidodecayed{adj}
carcomidodry-rotten{adj}
carcomidoconsumed{adj} [figuratively]
caráctercharacter{m}
cardíacocardiac{adj}
cardamomocardamom{m}
cardarto card or comb{v}
cardelinoEuropean goldfinch{m}
cardenalbruise{m}
cardenalcardinal{m} [religion]
cardenalatocardinalship{m}
cardiacocardiac{adj}
cardióloga(female) cardiologist{f}
cardiólogocardiologist{m}
cardinalcrucial, pivotal (for few cases){adj} [l/en, cardinal]
cardio-(forming words pertaining to the heart){prefix} [l/en, cardio-]
cardiogramacardiogram{m} [cardiology]
cardiológicocardiological{adj}
cardiologíacardiology{f}
cardioplejiacardioplegia{f}
cardiosaludableheart-healthy{adj}
cardiovascularcardiovascular{adj}
cardothistle{m} [botany]
cardocardoon{m}
cardumenschool (a group of fish){m}
cardumenany large group{m} [Uruguay]
carearto bring face-to-face{v}
carecerTo lack, to be lacking (in){v}
carenarto careen (to turn a ship on its side){v} [nautical]
carencialack, shortage{f}
carestíascarcity, shortage{f}
careyA hawksbill turtle{m}
careyTortoiseshell{m}
cargaburden{f}
cargacargo{f}
cargacharge{f}
cargaload{f}
cargadocharged{adj}
cargadoloaded{adj}
cargadorcharger{m}
cargadormagazine (of a gun){m}
carga eléctricaelectric charge{f} [physics]
cargamentoload, freight{m}
carganteannoying{adj}
cargarto annoy, pester{vt}
cargarto charge{vt}
cargarto load{vt}
cargocharge, burden{m}
cargoposition (work){m}
carguerofreighter{m}
caridarling, dear, lover{mf} [colloquial]
cariarto cause cavities, decay{v}
caribúcaribou, reindeer{m}
caribeCaribbean{adj}
caribehot, "sol caribe" ("hot sun"){adj}
caribepiranha fish{adj}
cariblancowhite-faced{adj}
caricaturistacaricaturist{mf}
cariciacaress{f}
cariciarto caress or fondle{v}
caridadcharity{f}
Caridadfemale given name{prop}
caries{f} [dentistry] [l/en, caries]
cariñoaffection{m}
cariñocaress{m}
cariño(used in the second person) dear, darling, honey{m}
cariogramakaryogram{f}
cariñosoloving, kind{adj}
cariñosotender, affectionate{adj}
cariotipokaryotype{m} [genetics]
carismacharisma{m}
carismáticocharismatic{adj}
caritadiminutive form of cara{f}
caritativocharitable{adj}
carizappearance{m}
carizaspect, condition{m}
Carlafemale given name, feminine form of Carlos{prop}
Carlosmale given name, equivalent to Charles{prop}
Carlotafemale given name, equivalent to Charlotte{prop}
carámbanoicicle{m}
Carmenfemale given name, traditionally popular in Spain{prop}
CarmenThe letter C in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
carmesícrimson{adj}
carmesícrimson{m}
carmíncarmine, crimson (color){m}
carmínicocarminic{adj}
carnéidentity card{m}
carnédriver's licence{m} [informal, shorthand]
carnadabait{f}
carnal{adj} [l/en, carnal]
carnalbrother (short form of hermano carnal, "carnal brother", in opposition to adopted or in-law){n} [Mexico]
carnavalcarnival{m}
carnean animal’s meat, or by extension the edible “fleshy” part of a fruit or vegetable{f}
carneflesh, the soft part of a body which covers the bones{f}
carne molidaground beef{n}
carne pinchadaA Nicaraguan dish where the meat (chicken, beef, etc.) is marinated in a wine or beer sauce, arranged on a stick and then grilled{f} [by extension]
carne pinchadastabbed meat{f} [literally]
carneromutton{m}
carnerosheep{m}
carnerosheepskin{m}
carnetidentification card, identification badge{m}
carnicerafeminine form of carnicero{f}
carniceríabutcher's shop{f}
carniceríacarnage{f}
carnicerobutcher{m}
carnitinacarnitine{f} [organic compound]
carnosofleshy{adj}
carnívorocarnivorous{adj}
carnívorocarnivore (meat-eating animal){m}
carodear{adj}
caroexpensive{adj}
carocostly{adv}
Carolinafemale given name, cognate to English Caroline{prop}
Carolina del NorteNorth Carolina{prop}
Carolina del SurSouth Carolina (US state){prop}
carotaFacial expression reflecting rejection, dissatisfaction, anger, disapprobation, annoyance, etc{f} [colloquial]
carotenocarotene{m} [chemistry]
carotenoidecarotenoid{m} [organic compound]
carpacarp (fish){f}
carpatent (mainly that of a circus){f}
carpaa kind of humoristic and musical theatre, under a tent{f} [theater]
carpa doradagoldfish{f}
carpelarcarpellate{adj} [botany]
carpetabilliard cloth, gambling table cloth{f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]
carpetatablecloth{f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]
carpetafolder, directory (virtual container in a computer's file system, in which files and other folders may be stored){f} [computing]
carpetahotel reception, reception desk at a hotel{f} [Cuba]
carpetafolder (an organizer that papers are kept in){f}
carpetalace dollies{f}
carpinteríacarpentry{f}
carpinterilRelating or pertaining to carpentry{adj}
carpinterocarpenter{m}
carpinterowoodpecker{m}
carpíngoldfish (any of several taxa){m}
carpín doradogoldfish (any of several taxa){m}
carpocarpus{m}
carquinesKarkin{n}
carragenanocarrageenan{m} [organic compound]
carrageninacarrageenan, a food additive made from seaweed{f}
carraolimpkin, Aramus guarauna{m}
carraspearto clear one’s throat{v}
carrera(academic) course of study{f}
carrera(baseball) run{f}
carreracareer{f}
carrerarace{f}
carrerarun; line of knit stitches which have unravelled{f}
Carreraa Spanish surname{prop}
carretacart, dray{f}
carretebobbin{m}
carreteparty (social gathering){m} [Chile, colloquial]
carretefishing reel{m}
carretearto party{v} [Chile, colloquial]
carretearto cart, to haul{v}
carretearto taxi{v}
carreterahighway{f}
carretillabarrow (small vehicle used to carry a load and pulled or pushed by hand){f}
carricerín cejudoThe aquatic warbler. A bird{m}
carrillane{m}
carrilrail{m}
carriltrack{m}
carrillerachinstrap{f}
carrillerajaw (of certain animals){f}
carrillerathe meat of the jaw of certain animals{f}
carritodiminutive form of carro, small cart{m}
carrizalarea of reeds{m}
carrizodrinking straw{m} [Colombia, Venezuela, Panama]
carrizopenis{m} [euphemistic]
carrizoreed{m}
carroA cart{m}
carroAn automobile{m} [Latin America]
carroA train car{m} [Latin America]
carroThe Big Dipper constellation{m} [uncountable]
carroñacarrion{f}
carroñeroscavenger{m}
carrozaold-fashioned{adj}
carrozacarriage{f}
carrozahearse (vehicle for taking dead body to grave){f}
carrozastate carriage{f}
carruajecarriage{m}
carruselcarousel, merry-go-round{m}
carísimoVery expensive{adj}
cartadocument{f}
cartaletter (document){f}
cartamap{f}
cartamenu{f}
cartaplaying card{f}
Cartagena(city){prop} [l/en, Cartagena]
Carta MagnaMagna Carta{prop}
cartapaciobinder, folder, notebook{m} [Central and South America]
cartapacioring binder, three-ring binder{m} [Central and South America]
cartapaciosatchel, briefcase{m} [Central and South America]
cartearseTo correspond (with); to exchange letters (with){vr}
cartelA cartel{m}
cartelA criminal organization, Mafia, mob{m}
cartelA poster, placard, bill{m}
cartelerabillboard{m}
carteleralist of plays, programme{m}
carteleranotice{m}
cartelónlarge notice; poster{m}
carteraA post of responsibility. A portfolio{f}
carterahandbag{f}
carterawallet{f}
cartera de inversionesAn investment portfolio{f}
carteristaA pickpocket{m}
carteropostman{m}
cartesianoCartesian{adj}
cartógrafocartographer{m}
carótidacarotid artery{f} [medical]
cartilaginosocartilaginous{adj}
cartílagocartilage (dense connective tissue){m} [anatomy]
cartóncardboard box{m}
cartóncardboard, paperboard{m}
cartografíacartography{f}
cartográficocartographic{adj}
cartuchocartridge{m}
caráulimpkin, Aramus guarauna{m}
carvallooak{m} [Spain]
carvalloPortuguese oak{m} [Spain]
carvicaraway (seed/fruit){m}
casThe fruit of a very tart species of guava{m}
casThe tree that bears those fruits, Psidium friedrichsthalium{m}
casahouse{f}
Casa BlancaWhite House (The official residence of the President of the United States of America){prop}
casacajacket{f}
casacióncassation, annulment{f}
casadaa married woman{f}
casa de citashostess bar{f}
casa de empeñospawn shop{f}
casa de putasbrothel{f}
casa de vecindadtenement house{f}
casadomarried{adj}
casadoa married man{m}
casalmating pair (of animals){m} [Argentina, Uruguay]
casalcountry house{m}
casamientomarriage{m}
casamiento(parts of Central America) rice and beans fried together{m}
casarto marry, wed someone to (unite two others in wedlock){v}
casarseto marry, get married (literally, to get oneself married){vr} [context]
casatiendaA store or shop adjoined to its owner's residence{f}
cascabelrattlesnake{f}
cascabelrattle (baby's toy){m} [Chile]
cascabeljingle bell, sleigh bell{m}
cascabelknob of a cannon{m}
cascabel(chili){m} [l/en, cascabel]
cascadawaterfall, cascade{f}
cascadopast it, over the hill{adj}
cascanuecesmadcap, harebrained young man{m} [colloquial]
cascanuecesnutcracker{m}
cascanuecesnutcracker (bird){m}
cascarto chatter{v}
cascarto crack, to split{v}
cascarto hit{v}
cascarto wank{v}
cascarónaugmentative form of cascara{m}
cascarónshell (of an egg, especially after a chick has been hatched){m}
cascarrabiasSomeone who is always in a bad mood or who complains a lot; a grump or grouch{mf}
cascocrown (top part of a hat){m}
cascoempty container, e.g. bottle or barrel{m}
cascohead (of an alcoholic beverage){m}
cascohelmet{m}
cascohull of a vegetable{m}
cascohulk (unused ship){m} [nautical]
cascothe bottom of a boat; the hull{m} [nautical]
cascopotsherd{m}
cascosaddle tree{m}
cascoshard{m}
cascothe city center{m}
cascothe foot of a horse; a hoof{m}
cascovat, barrel{m}
cascoterubble (broken remains of an object){m}
caseinatocaseinate{m} [organic compound]
caseínacasein{f} [protein]
caserafeminine form of casero{f}
caserasoda (sweet, carbonated drink){f} [Spain, colloquial]
caseríocountry house{m}
caseríohamlet{m}
caserodomestic, household{adj}
caserohomely{adj}
caserohomemade{adj}
caserocaretaker{m}
caserolandlord{m}
caseroregular customer, regular guest{m}
casetahut{f}
casetecassette{m}
casialmost{adv}
casillacabin{f}
casillapigeonhole{f}
casillatext box{f}
casillerolockers{m}
casilleropigeon hole{m}
casineroSomeone who dances Rueda de Casino, the Cuban salsa dance style found also outside of Cuba{m}
casinocasino{m}
casinocafeteria, canteen (staff restaurant){m} [Chile]
casitamother-in-law apartment{f}
casocase{m}
casooccasion{m}
caso ablativoablative case{m}
caso acusativoaccusative case{m}
caso dativodative case{m}
caso genitivogenitive case{m}
caso instrumentalinstrumental case (grammatical case){m}
caso locativolocative case (grammatical case){m}
caso nominativonominative case{m}
caso oblicuooblique case{m}
caso vocativovocative case{m}
caspadandruff{f}
caspasacaspase{f} [enzyme]
caspioCaspian{adj}
casquete polarice sheet{m}
casquivanabirdbrain{f}
casquivanobirdbrain{m}
castabreed{f}
castacaste{f}
castalineage{f}
castañachestnut{f}
castaña de cajúcashew nut{n} [Chile, Argentina, Uruguay]
castañerochestnut-seller{m}
castañobrown (chestnut colored){adj}
castañochestnut (tree){m}
castañuelacastanet{f}
castellanoCastilian{adj}
castellanoSpanish (referring to the language){adj}
castellanoCastilian{m}
castellanoCastilian Spanish as opposed to other varieties of Spanish{m}
castellanolord of a castle; castellan{m}
castellanoThe Spanish language generally{m}
castellanohablanteSpanish-speaking (in regions of Spain where other regional languages are prominently spoken){adj}
castellanohablanteSpanish speaker (in regions of Spain where other regional languages are prominently spoken){mf}
casteller{m} [l/en, casteller]
castidadchastity{f}
castigadogrounded (confined to one's room for some misdemeanor){adj}
castigadopunished{adj}
castigarto punish, to castigate{v}
castigopunishment{m}
CastillaCastile{prop}
Castilla y LeónCastile and León{prop}
castillocastle{m}
CastilloSpanish surname{prop}
castochaste{adj}
castorbeaver{m}
castracióncastration{f}
castradoA castrated male{n}
castrarto castrate{v}
castrofort, fortified settlement{m}
CastroA gayborhood area of San Francisco{prop}
CastroSpanish surname{prop}
casualaccidental{adj}
casual{adj} [l/en, casual]
casualidadchance, coincidence{f}
casualmenteby chance, accidentally{adv}
casuariocassowary{m}
casuchahovel{f} [pejorative]
casuistacasuistic, casuistical{adj}
casuistacasuist (person){mf}
casuísticocasuistic, casuistical{adj}
catabudgerigar{f} [Bolivia, Chile]
catabolismocatabolism{m}
cataclismocataclysm{m}
catacumbacatacomb{f}
catafalcoCatafalque, catafalco{m}
catalanohablanteCatalan-speaking{adj}
catalanohablanteCatalan speaker{mf}
catalasacatalase{f} [enzyme]
catalejospyglass (pair of binoculars){m}
catalepsiacatalepsy{f}
Catalinafemale given name, equivalent to Catherine{prop}
catalizadorcatalyst{m}
catalizarTo catalyze{v}
catalánCatalan, Catalonian{adj}
catalánCatalan (person){m}
catalánCatalan; the language of Catalonia{prop}
catalogacióncataloguing{f}
catalogarto catalogue{v}
catalíticocatalytic{adj}
CataluñaCatalonia{prop}
catañolA language blend of Catalan and Spanish{m}
cataplasmapoultice{f}
catapultacatapult{f}
catapultarto catapult{v}
cataríQatari{adj}
cataríQatari{mf}
catarto examine, to look at{v}
catarto taste{v}
CatarQatar{prop}
cataratacataract, waterfall{f}
catarromucus{m}
catarrocatarrh{m} [pathology]
catarsiscatharsis{f}
catastróficocatastrophic{adj}
catatónicafeminine form of catatónico{n}
catatónicocatatonic{adj}
catatoniacatatonia{f}
catecúmenafeminine form of catecúmeno{f}
catecúmenocatechumen{m}
catecumenadocatechumenate{m}
catedralcathedral{f}
catedráticaprofessor (higher education){f}
catedráticoprofessor (higher education){m}
categoríacategory{f}
categóricamentecategorically{adv}
categóricocategorical{adj}
catenariaA catenary{f} [mathematics]
catenariaA catenary or system of overhead lines{f} [railway transit]
catepsinacathepsin{f} [protein]
catequesiscatechesis{f}
catequistacatechist{mf}
catequizarto catechize{v}
cateringcatering{m}
catetocathetus (leg of a triangle){m} [geometry]
catetopeasant, country bumpkin{m} [pejorative]
caóticamentechaotically{adv}
caóticochaotic{adj}
catióncation{m}
católicamenteIn a Catholic way; conforming to Catholic doctrine{adv}
católicoCatholic{adj}
católicocatholic; all-embracing{adj} [literary]
católicouniversal, common{adj} [literary]
católicoCatholic{m}
catálisiscatalysis{f} [chemistry]
catálogocatalog{m}
Catoiraa small village of the Pontevedra province of Spain{prop}
catolicismoCatholicism{m}
catolizarto Catholicize{v}
catorcefourteen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
catrachoHonduran{adj} [colloquial]
catrachoHonduran person{m} [colloquial]
catrecot (bed frame){m}
catástrofedisaster{f}
catétercatheter{m}
cauberilingonberry{m}
cauceriverbed{m}
cauchorubber{m}
cauciónbail, security deposit{f}
caudalcaudal{adj}
caudalflow{m}
caudalfunds{m}
caudalvolume{m}
caudillajeThe authority or power held by a caudillo{m}
caudillocaudillo{m}
causacause{f}
causalawsuit{f}
causal{adj} [l/en, causal]
causalidadcausality{f}
causarto cause{v}
cautelacaution, care{f}
cautelaprecaution{f}
cautelosocautious{adj}
cauteriocauterization{m}
cauteriocautery{m}
cauteriosomething that effectively rightens or tackles an evil or wrong{m} [figuratively]
cauterizacióncauterization{f}
cauterizarto brand{v}
cauterizarto cauterize{v}
cautiva(female) captive{f}
cautivarto capture, to win over{v}
cautivarto take prisoner{v}
cautiveriocaptivity{m}
cautivocaptive{adj}
cautivocaptive{m}
cautocautious{adj}
cavadig{f}
cavasparkling wine{f}
cavarTo penetrate into{vi}
cavarTo excavate, to dig{vt}
caveolacaveola{f}
caveolinacaveolin{f} [protein]
cavernacavern{f}
cavernícolacavemanlike, caveman (attributive){adj}
cavernícolacaveman, cavewoman{mf}
cavernícolacaveman; an old-fashioned person{mf} [informal, figuratively, pejorative]
caviarcaviar{m}
cavidadcavity{f}
cavilarto think (something) through; to reflect{vt}
cavoconcave{adj}
cavoburrow, den{m}
Cayetanomale given name, cognate to English Cajetan{prop}
cayokey (island){m} [geography]
cazahunting{f}
cazabeFlat bread made from roots of manioc plant{m}
caza de ballenaswhaling (practice of hunting whales){n}
cazadorhunting{adj}
cazadorhunter{m}
cazadorafeminine form of cazador{f}
cazadoraflight jacket, bomber jacket{f}
cazadoranon-poisonous South American snake Chironius monticola{f}
cazador furtivopoacher{n} [game]
cazarTo catch (a ball, said especially of the goalie){v} [football]
cazarTo hunt{v}
cazarecolecciónhunting-and-gathering{f}
cazarrecompensasbounty hunter{m}
cazatalentostalent scout, headhunter (one who recruits personnel or talent){m}
cazóndogfish, tope{m}
cazoa kind of large saucepan or saucepot, wider at top than at bottom{m}
cazuelastew, (soup with meat and vegetables){f} [Chile]
cazuelastewpot, casserole{f}
cúbicocubic{adj}
cábulajoking, mischievous person; bully (doing pranks){n} [Mexico, colloquial]
cóccixcoccyx{m}
CCDComisión Cristiana de Desarrollo{initialism}
CáceresCáceres{prop}
cíclicamentecyclically{adv}
cíclicocyclic{adj}
cíclopecyclops{m}
cóconafeminine form of cócono{f}
cóconopoult or chick of a turkey{m} [Mexico]
cóconoturkey{m} [Mexico]
cóctelcocktail{m}
cóctel de mariscosseafood cocktail{m}
CD, compact disc{m} [l/en, CD]
Cdad.abbreviation of ciudad (city){f}
códicecodex{m}
códigocode{m}
código de barrasbarcode{m}
código fuentesource code{m} [computing]
código genéticogenetic code{m}
código postalzip code{m}
CádizCadiz{prop}
cédulawarrant, option{f} [finance]
cédulalicense{f}
ceName of the letter c{f}
cebúzebu{m}
CebúCebu{prop}
cebadabarley{f}
cebadorstarter{m} [Argentina]
cebadorprimer{m} [genetics]
cebarto bait{v}
cebarto fatten{v}
cebichea dish consisting of raw fish or meat{m} [Latin America]
cebicheríaceviche and seafood restaurant{f}
cebobait{m}
cebollaonion{f}
cebolletachive{f}
cebolletaspring onion{f}
cebollinochive{m}
cebollinospring onion{m}
cebollitapickled onion{f}
cebrazebra (african animal){f}
cebuanafeminine form of cebuano{f}
cebuanoCebuano{adj}
cebuanoCebuano (language){m}
cebuanoCebuano (person){m}
cecamint (where coins or money are made){f} [historical]
cecearto lisp{v}
ceceolisp, lisping{m}
Ceciliafemale given name, cognate to English Cecilia{prop}
cecinacold meat{f}
cecinasausage{f}
cedazosieve{m}
cederto cede, to hand over, to convey{v}
cederto decrease, to lessen, to diminish{v}
cederto relinquish, to abandon, to leave{v}
cederto transfer, to yield{v}
cedrónlemon verbena (shrub, Aloysia triphylla){f}
cedrocedar (tree, wood){m}
cefaleaheadache{f}
cefalópodocephalopod{adj}
cefalópodocephalopod{m}
cegarto blind, to go blind{v}
ceguedadblindness{f}
ceguerablindness{f}
ceibaThe silk-cotton tree{f}
ceñidoHaving a petiole{adj} [entomology]
ceñidomoderate{adj}
ceñidotight, constricted{adj}
ceñidorbelt{m}
ceñidorgirdle, sash{m}
ceilandésSri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese"){adj}
ceilandésSri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese"){m}
ceilanésSri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese"){adj}
ceilanésSri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese"){m}
CeilánCeylon (old name for Sri Lanka){prop}
ceñirto adjust (clothing){vt}
ceñirto encircle, gird{vt}
cejaclearing (in the woods, in clouds, etc.){f}
cejaeyebrow{f}
cejacapotasto{f} [music]
cejafret{f} [music]
cejarim, edge{f}
cejarto give in; to forfeit{v}
cejillacapotasto{f} [music]
cejudoHaving thick, bushy or otherwise abundant eyebrows{adj}
celacantocoelacanth{m}
celadasallet, salade{f} [historical]
celajeharbinger, herald{m}
celajegroup of clouds{m} [nautical]
celajecloud effect{m} [painting]
celajeskylight{m}
celarto be jealous{v}
celarto conceal{v}
celarto watch over{v}
celdacell{f}
celda unidadunit cell{f}
celdillacell; cavity in a structure such as a honeycomb{f}
celebracióncelebration{f}
celebradocelebrated{adj}
celebrarto celebrate{v}
celebrarto welcome, to accept{v}
celebridadcelebrity{f}
celebérrimosuperlative form of célebre; extremely celebrated or famous{adj}
celeridadrapidity, velocity{f}
celesteheavenly{adj}
celestepale blue, sky blue{adj}
celestepale blue, sky blue{m}
celestialcelestial{adj}
Celiafemale given name, equivalent to English Celia though sometimes pronounced with a spanish accent.{prop}
celiaquíacoeliac disease{f}
cellisquearto sleet{v}
celozeal{m}
celobiosacellobiose{f} [carbohydrates]
celomacoelom{m} [anatomy]
celomadocoelomate{adj} [anatomy]
celomadocoelomate{m} [anatomy]
celomáticocelomatic{adj}
celosíajalousie{f}
celosojealous{adj}
celosozealous{adj}
celtaA Celt{m}
celularcellular{adj}
celularcell phone{m} [Latin American Spanish]
celulasacellulase{f} [enzyme]
celulitiscellulitis{f}
celuloidecelluloid{m}
celulosacellulose{f} [carbohydrates]
cementarto cement{v}
cementeriocemetery{m}
cementeriojunkyard, scrapyard{m}
cementocement (a powdered substance){m}
cempasúchilMexican marigold{m}
cenasupper, dinner{f}
cenagosomarshy{adj}
cenarto dine; to have supper; to have a lavish meal{v}
cencerrocowbell{m}
cenáculocenacle{m}
ceniceroashtray{m}
CenicientaCinderella{prop}
cenicientoashen; having the color or appearance of ash{adj}
cenicientogay, effeminate{adj} [pejorative]
cenitzenith{m}
cenizaash{f}
cenizoashen (ash-gray color){m}
cenotafiocenotaph{m}
cenotecenote{m}
censarto take a census{v}
censocensus{m}
censorcensoring{adj}
censorcensor{m}
censuracensorship{f}
censuracensure{f}
censurarto censure{v}
centavocent (subunit of currency in US and other countries){m}
centellarobsolete form of centellear to twinkle{v}
centellearto shimmer, twinkle{v}
centenarhundred{m}
centenariocentenary, centennial{adj}
centenariohundred-year-old{adj}
centenariocentenary, centennial{m}
centenorye{m}
centigramocentigram{m}
centinelasentinel, sentry, guard{m}
centiáreaone-hundredth of an are; 1 square meter{f}
centímetrocentimetre{m}
centollaAn alternative form of centollo{f}
centollaOne of several species of king crab{f}
centolloEuropean spider crab{m}
centralcentral{adj}
centralcenter{f}
centralheadquarter{f}
central eléctricapower plant{n}
centralismocentralism{m}
centralizacióncentralization{f}
centralizadocentralized{adj}
centralizarTo centralize{v}
centrarto center{v}
centrífugacentrifuge (machine){f}
centrífugocentrifugal{adj}
centrifugacióncentrifugation{f}
centrifugadoracentrifuge{f}
centrifugarto centrifuge, spin{v}
centrómerocentromere{m}
centrocenter{m}
centrocity center, downtown{m}
centrocore, heart{m}
centromiddle{m}
centroafricanoCentral African{adj}
centroafricanoCentral African{m}
CentroaméricaCentral America{prop}
centríolocentriole{m} [cytology]
centrosomacentrosome{m} [cytology]
centrípetocentripetal{adj}
centésimohundredth{adj}
centésimocent (one hundredth of a currency unit) for the Panamanian balboa and Uruguayan peso{m}
centésimohundredth{m}
centuriacentury (Roman army unit){f}
centuriacentury (period){f} [poetic]
centurióncenturion{m}
cenzontealternative form of cenzontle{m} [Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]
cenzontlemockingbird{m}
ceñofrown, scowl{m}
cepaancestry, stock, origin (of family lineage){f}
cepagrapevine stock, grapevine{f}
cepanucleus (of cloud formation){f}
cepapier (of an arch or bridge){f}
ceparoot (of an animal’s tail or horns, etc.){f}
ceparootstalk (underground stem base){f}
cepastrain (of virus){f}
cepastump (of a tree), stub{f}
cepavariety (of wine){f}
cepillarto despoil, plunder{v} [colloquial]
cepillarto please, to praise{v} [colloquial]
cepillarto brush{v}
cepillarto plane{v}
cepillarto fuck{v} [vulgar]
cepillarseto brush (oneself){v}
cepillobrush{m}
cepillo de dientestoothbrush (brush for cleaning the teeth and tongue){m}
cepoanimal trap{m}
cepoclamp{m}
ceporronincompoop, buffoon, dimwit{m}
cerawax{f}
ceramidaceramide{f} [organic compound]
ceramistapotter{mf}
cerbatanablowgun; blowpipe{f}
cerbatanapeashooter{f}
CerberoCerberus{prop} [Greek mythology]
cercaclose; near; around{adv}
cercafence, wall{f}
cercaníaproximity, vicinity{f}
cercanonear, nearby, close{adj}
cercarTo corral, fence{v}
cercenarto curtail{v}
cerciorarto make sure{vr}
cerciorarto assure{vt} [uncommon]
cerdabristle{f}
cerdasow, female pig{f}
CerdeñaSardinia{prop}
cerditadiminutive form of cerda, a little pig{f}
cerditodiminutive form of cerdo, little pig{m}
cerdodirty{adj}
cerdopig{m}
cerdopork{m}
cerdo hormigueroaardvark{m}
cerealcereal{m}
cerebelocerebellum (part of the hindbrain in vertebrates){m}
cerebralcerebral{adj}
cerebrobrain{m} [anatomy]
cerebronerd{m}
cerebrósidocerebroside{m}
cerefoliochervil{m}
ceremoniaceremony{f}
ceremoniosoceremonious{adj}
cerezacherry{f}
cerezocherry tree{m}
cerillamatch (stick){f}
cerillomatch (stick){m}
ceriocerium{m}
cerúleoHaving the color cerulean{adj}
cerúleoThe color cerulean{m}
cerámicaBasic pottery, roof tiles, etc{f}
cerámicoceramic{adj}
cernícalo comúnThe common kestrel{m}
cernerto blossom{v}
cernerto sift{v}
cernirto sift{v}
cerozero{cardinal num}
cerozero{m}
cero absolutoabsolute zero{m}
cero a la izquierdaA person of little or no consequence; a nobody; a nonentity{mf} [idiomatic]
cerotea turd, excrement{m} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, vulgar]
cerotea reprehensible person{m} [Nicaragua, vulgar]
cerradoShut; closed{adj}
cerraduralock{f}
cerrajeríaA locksmith’s shop / store{f}
cerrajerolocksmith{m}
cerrarto close{v}
cerrarto enclose{v}
cerrarto shut{v}
cerrar la marchato bring up the rear (be last in a line){v} [idiomatic]
cerrohill{m}
cerrojobolt{m} [in a lock or weapon]
cerrojovery aggressive or defensive tactics{m} [in sports]
certamencompetition{m}
certezacertainty{f}
certidumbrecertainty{f}
certificacióncertification{f}
certificadocertified{adj}
certificadodocument of certification{m}
certificarto certify{v}
cerumenearwax{m}
cerveceríaA pub or bar where beer is sold{f}
cerveceríabrewery (place where beer is brewed){f}
cervecerobeer brewer{m}
cervecitadiminutive form of cerveza{f}
cervezabeer{f}
cervezeríabrewery{f}
cervicalcervical{adj}
cesantíaunemployment{f} [Chile]
cesantedismissed, laid off, sacked (pertaining to a job or working){adj}
cesanteunemployed{adj}
cesantedismissed worker (worker who was laid off){mf}
cesarto cease{v}
cesecease{m}
cesiblethat which may be ceded{adj}
cesiónshort pass of a ball{f} [sports]
cesióntransfer{f}
cesinaA type of salted, aged beef in Latin-American cuisine{f}
cesiocaesium{m}
cespitarto hesitate{v} [obsolete]
cesáreaCaesarean section{f}
cestabasket{f}
cestobasket{m}
-cetafeminine form of -cete, which in turn is a form of -ete{suffix}
cetanocetane{m} [organic compound]
cetáceocetaceous{adj}
cetáceocetacean{m}
-ceteForm of -ete{suffix}
cetónicoketone (attributive){adj}
cetoácidoketo acid{m} [organic compound]
cetoglutaratoketoglutarate{m}
cetogénesisketogenesis{f} [physiology, biochemistry]
cetonaketone{f} [chemistry]
cetosaketose{f}
cetreríafalconry{f}
cetrinoyellow-green; sallow{adj}
cetroscepter{m}
CeutaCeuta{prop}
CFFC (Football Club){abbr}
céfirozephyr{m}
chche, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet, after c and before d{letter}
Chche, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet, after C and before D{letter}
CHChihuahua (Mexican state){abbr}
CHche, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
chabacanoapricot{m} [Mexico]
chabacanovulgar, coarse{m} [spectacle, and in general]
chabolashanty; an old run-down house or shack{f}
chacaljackal{m}
chacal comúnBlack-backed Jackal, Canis mesomelas{m}
chacal doradogolden jackal, Canis aureus{m}
chacal rayadoSide-striped Jackal, Canis adustus{m}
chachamaid; cleaning lady (female servant or cleaner){f} [pejorative]
chachalacachachalaca{f}
chachalacachatter{f} [colloquial, Guatemala]
chachalacababbler, yapper{f} [colloquial, Mexico, Central America]
chacharearto babble (talk much){vi} [colloquial]
chacharearto piffle (speak in a futile, ineffective, or nonsensical manner){vi} [colloquial]
chacharearto buy trinket{vt} [colloquial]
chachifab, awesome{adj} [colloquial]
chacmolA stylized, pre-Columbian Mesoamerican stone sculpture depicting a reclining male figure with the head raised and turned to one side, holding a small tray over the stomach{m} [archaeology]
chacofarm{m} [Paraguay]
chacrafield to be used for cultivation{f} [Latin America]
chacrasmall farm{f} [Latin America]
ChadChad{prop}
chadianoChadian{adj}
chadianoChadian{m}
chafacheap, low quality; lame{adj} [Mexico]
chafarto crush, squash{vt}
chafarto ruin{vt}
chajáA crested screamer{m}
chalécottage, chalet{m}
chalshawl{m}
chalasandal{f} [Chile]
chaladofool{adj}
chaladonut (insane person){m}
chalarto go crazy{vr}
chalarto drive crazy{vt}
chalazachalaza{f} [zoology, botany]
chale"No" intensified. Similar to "hell no" or "yeah right"{interj} [US, slang]
chalecosweater, jumper{m}
chalecovest, waistcoat{m}
chaleco antibalasbulletproof vest{m}
chaletcottage, chalet{m}
chalinaa scarf (clothing){f}
chalupaa bowl-shaped fried tortilla stuffed with chopped meat, lettuce, cheese, etc{f} [Mexico]
chalupafat girl{f} [Mexico, slang]
chalupatwo-man canoe{f} [Mexico]
chalupashallop, sloop, launch (a kind of longboat){f} [nautical]
chamacafeminine form of chamaco{f}
chamacoA boy or teenager; a male youth{m} [informal, Cuba, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico]
chamanismoshamanism{m}
chambawork{f} [familiar, Mexico, Peru]
chambao(Andalusian) An improvised beach tent{m}
chambearto work{v}
chamánshaman{m}
chamánicoshamanic{adj}
chamokid, child{m} [Venezuela, colloquial]
champúshampoo{m}
champañachampagne{m}
champiñón(Agaricus bisporus) button mushroom{m}
champiñónmushroom{m}
ChampionsUEFA Champions League (football competition){prop}
champánchampagne{m}
champurradoA water-based drink, containing several spices, mixed with rum or brandy{m} [Cuba]
champurradoA traditional chocolate-based atole, containing panela, vanilla, anise and cinnamon{m} [Mexico]
chamullarto lie, to seduce or convince someone making use of lies{v} [Chile, Argentina, Peru, colloquial]
chamullarto talk, chat{v} [Spain, colloquial]
chamuscarto scorch, to singe{v}
chanSome plant of the sage family whose seed is eaten{m}
chanaTerm applied to a lower‐class woman not desired for a longer relationship{f} [Chile, slang]
chancacapanela{f}
chancechance{f}
chanchifab, awesome{adj} [colloquial]
chanchodirty{adj} [Latin America, figuratively]
chanchopig{m} [Latin America]
chanchullosleaze, scum{m} [colloquial]
chancillerVariant form of canciller{m}
chanclaflip-flop{f}
chanclaold shoe{f}
chanclaslipper{f}
chancletaaccelerator (accelerator pedal){f} [Colombia]
chancletagirl{f} [Latin America, colloquial]
chancletaslipper (house shoe){f}
chancletainept person{mf} [colloquial]
chancloclog{m}
chanclogalosh{m} [Mexico]
chanclosgaloshes{mp}
chancrochancre{m}
changarroshop{m} [colloquial, Mexico]
changomonkey{m} [Mexico]
chantaliar{m} [colloquial, Argentina, Chile]
chantajeblackmail{m}
chantajeextortion, blackmailing{m}
chantajearto blackmail{v}
chantajistablackmailer{mf}
chantarto stop{v} [Chile, slang]
chantarto fuck{v} [Chile, vulgar, ]
chantarelachanterelle{f}
chanteHouse{m} [San Antonio]
chaobye, goodbye{interj} [Latin America]
chapabadge{f}
chapanickname{f} [Bolivia, Peru]
chapalicense plate{f}
chapalock{f}
chapaearring{f} [Nicaragua]
chapaveneer{f}
chapalearto clatter{v}
chapalearto splash{v}
chapalearto wade (in shallow water){v}
chaparto plate (as with metal){vt}
chaparto veneer{vt}
chaparrachaparral (scrubland){f}
chaparrakermes oak (Quercus coccifera){f}
chaparraa female of short stature{f} [Latin America]
chaparroperson of short stature{m} [Mexico]
chapetress, braid{m}
chapeauUsed to express appreciation{interj}
chaperohustler, rent boy (male prostitute){m}
chapopoteasphalt{m} [Mexico]
chapopotetar{m} [Mexico]
chapoteTexas persimmon; Mexican persimmon (Diospyros texana){m} [Mexico]
chapoteardabble{v}
chapotearsplatter{v}
chapucerodishonest{adj} [Mexico, familiar]
chapuceroshoddy{adj}
chapuceroswindler{m} [Mexico, familiar]
chapucerosloppy worker{m}
chapulíngrasshopper, locust{m} [Central America, Colombia, Mexico]
chapulínsmall child, tot{m} [Central America]
chapuzaodd job{f} [colloquial]
chapuzóndip; brief swim{m}
chaquetajacket, piece of clothing worn on the upper body outside a shirt or blouse, often waist length to thigh length{f}
chaquetearto be afraid, to draw back{vi}
chaquetearto masturbate, to jerk off{vr} [slang]
chaquetearto change one’s opinion{v}
chaquetearto change sides, to become a turncoat{v}
chaquetearto renege{v}
chaquetearto run away, to flee{v}
charadacharade{f}
charca(big) puddle{f}
charchatrashy (of very poor quality, worthless){adj} [Chile, slang]
charchafat{f} [Chile, colloquial]
charcopool{m}
charcopuddle{m}
charlatalk, chat{f}
charlarto chat{v}
charlatanearto chatter{v}
charlatánsaid of someone who talks frivolously{adj}
charlatáncharlatan, quack{m}
charlotearto chatter{v} [colloquial]
charlotearto chat, talk{v}
charlotearto blabber, tattle (reveal something one should not say){vt}
charolpatent leather{m}
charquijerky (air-dried meat){m}
charrocoarse, vulgar{adj}
charrofrom Salamanca{adj}
charrorustic{adj}
charroA short form of frijoles a la charra, that is, pinto or pink beans boiled with condiments but otherwise plain and simple{adj} [slang, US, Texas]
charroone who is rustic or coarse{m}
charrosomeone from Salamanca{m}
chascarto click, snap{v}
chasischassis{m}
chasquearto crack a whip{v}
chasquiOne of the Inca's personal running messengers{m}
chasquidoA whiping, crackling, clicking or similar sound{m}
chasquidoThe sound a dolphin makes{m}
chatarrascrap (metal){f}
chatarrasmall change{f} [Spain]
chatearto chat{v} [Honduras]
chatearto chat on the Internet{v}
chatoflat{adj}
chatopug-nosed{adj}
chaubye, goodbye{interj} [Latin America]
Chavacano de ZamboangaZamboanga Chavacano{prop}
chavalboy{m}
chavalyoung man{m}
chayotaalternative form of chayote{f} [Venezuela]
chayotechayote{m}
chayoterachayote (plant){f}
chácharachatter; blabber{f}
chícharopea{m} [Mexico]
cheName of the letter ch{f}
chehey{interj} [Argentine, Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay]
cheArgentinian person{mf} [colloquial, Chile]
CheA Spanish male surname{prop}
CHEColegio Hondureño de Economistas{initialism}
checafeminine form of checo{f}
checaThe former Russian secret police (1917–1922){prop}
checoCzech (from, native to, or pertaining to, the Czech Republic){adj}
checoCzechoslovakian{adj} [dated]
checoa Czech{m}
checothe Czech language{prop}
ChecoslovaquiaCzechoslovakia{prop}
chefA chef, head cook{mf}
chelafeminine form of chelo; blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed{f} [Central America, slang]
chelabeer{f} [Mexico, slang]
chelecent (currency){m} [Dominican Republic]
chelesleep (in the corner of the eye){m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras]
chelewhitey (racial slur){m} [El Salvador, Nicaragua]
chelesemen (from leche which means milk){m} [vulgar, slang, Uruguay, Argentina]
cheloblonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed{adj} [Central America, slang]
cheloA blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed man{m} [Central America, slang]
chequecheque{m}
chequearto check{v}
chequearto examine{v}
chequeocheck{m}
chequeocheckpoint{m}
chequeoexamination{m}
chequeracheckbook{f}
ChequiaCzech Republic, Czechia (country in Europe){prop}
chescosoda beverage{m} [slang, Mexico]
chóferchauffeur{m}
chiíShi'ite{adj}
chiíShi'ite{mf}
chiíShia{m}
chiapanecoFrom or related to the Mexican state of Chiapas{adj}
ChiapasA state of Mexico{prop}
chicelegant{adj}
chicelegance{m}
chicafeminine form of chico, girl{f}
chicanaChicano, Chicana{f}
chicanohaving Mexican descent and living in the United States{adj} [of a person]
chicanoChicano{m}
chichachicha{f}
chichajuice, soft drink{f} [Peru]
chichapussy (female genitalia){f} [vulgar]
chicharto have sex with, to fuck{v} [vulgar, Latin America]
chicharrónfried pork rind{m}
chicharroneschicharrones{m}
chichetaA thumbtack (US), or drawing pin (UK){f}
chichivulva{m} [vulgar]
chichicuiloteplover{m} [Mexico]
chichicuiloteWilson's plover (Charadrius wilsonia){m} [Mexico]
chichiguakite{f} [Dominican Republic]
chichónjoking{adj}
chichónhaving large breasts{adj} [Latin America]
chichónbump on the head{m}
chiclechewing gum{m}
chiclechicle{m}
chiclánhaving only one visible testicle{adj}
chiclososticky, chewy{adj}
chiclosotaffy{m} [Costa Rica, Mexico]
chicosmall{adj}
chicoboy; kid{m}
CHICOCámara Hondureña de la Industria de la Construcción{acronym}
chicoriaalternative form of achicoria{f}
chidocool, acceptable, easy{adj} [Mexico, slang]
chifladocrazy{adj}
chiflarTo whistle{vi}
chiflarTo whistle at{vt}
chiflidowhistle (sound made by whistling){m}
ChihuahuaChihuahua (state and city){prop}
chihuahuenseOf or related the the Mexican state of Chihuahua{adj}
chiismoShi'ism{m}
chiitaShi'ite{adj}
chiitaShia{mf}
chiitaShi'ite{mf}
chilacayoteA species of squash, Cucurbita ficifolia{m}
chilacayoteOne of several other species of wild gourd-like plants, such as Marah macrocarpus or Cucurbita foetidissima{m}
chilangofrom Mexico City. Often used derogatorily by those living outside the capital{adj} [Mexico, slang]
chilangoperson from Mexico City. Often used derogatorily by those living outside the capital{m} [Mexico, slang]
chilaquileschilaquiles{mp} [Mexico]
chilateA traditional Central American beverage consisting of chili, ground toasted corn and cacao{m}
chilechili, chilli, chile{m}
chilepenis, cock{m} [vulgar, Mexico]
ChileChile{prop}
chilenismoChileanism{m}
chilenoChilean{adj}
chilenoChilean{m}
chili con carnechili con carne{m}
chillarto creak{v}
chillarto shriek, to screech{v}
chillarto sizzle, to hiss{v}
chillidoshriek, screech, squawk, hoot{m}
chillocry, troat, squeal, hoot{m}
chilocuilalternative form of chinicuil{m}
chilotenative to Chiloé island, in Southern Chile{adj}
ChilpancingoChilpancingo{prop}
chilpancingueñoOf or pertaining to the Mexican city of Chilpancingo{adj}
chiltomasweet pepper{f} [Nicaragua]
ChimaltenangoA department of Guatemala{prop}
chimbolomolly{m} [El Salvador]
chimeneachimney, smokestack, fireplace{f}
chimpancéchimpanzee{m}
chinsmall amount{m} [Dominican Republic, slang]
chinaA Chinese woman{f}
chinaA female servant in a hacienda{f}
chinaPebble, small stone usually rounded (etymology not related with "china" demonym){f}
ChinaChina (country){prop}
chinampaEach of the artificial islands employed in the chinampa method of agriculture. Such islands were often built on wooden rafts during the pre-Columbian era{f} [Mexico]
chinamperoCultivated in a chinampa{adj} [of a crop or plant, Mexico]
chinamperoA person who cultivates using chinampas{m} [Mexico]
ChinandegaChinandega{prop}
chincharto pester, to bother{v} [colloquial]
chincharto kill{v} [obsolete]
chinchebedbug{f}
chinchethumbtack{f}
chinchillachinchilla{f}
ChinchillaA surname{prop}
chinchosoannoying, bothersome{adj}
chinchosogrouchy, irritable, picky{adj} [Latin America]
chingaderabullshit (nonsense, stupidity, false statements){f} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingaderamissing translation (an immoral or illegal act, often with the idea of treason or deceit){f} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingaderashit, crap (a thing of little value or quality, or an unspecified object){f} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingarto be wrong; to screw up, to fuck up{v} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingarto bother, to fuck with{v} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingarto break{v} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingarto steal, to swipe{v} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingarto work hard{v} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingarto engage in sexual intercourse, to fuck{v}
chingónSomeone or something that is cool, awesome and very good{m} [Mexico, colloquial]
chingónSomeone who is very smart, intelligent and can do things quickly{m} [Mexico, colloquial]
chingónSomeone who likes to mess with people{m} [Mexico, colloquial, vulgar]
chingoa large amount of something; a whopper{m} [Mexico, vulgar]
chingueskunk{m} [Chile]
chinicuilThe edible larva of the moth Hypopta agavis, used in traditional Mexican cuisine{m} [Mexico]
chinoChinese{adj}
chinocurly{adj}
chinoAny Oriental person in general: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Mongolian, etc{adj} [Nicaragua]
chinoA curly haired man{m}
chinoChinese person{m}
chinoAn incomprehensible language{m} [colloquial]
chinochickenpox{m} [colloquial, Cuba, uncountable]
chinoa market owned by a Chinese immigrant{m} [colloquial, Spain]
chinoChinese (language){prop}
chinocuilalternative form of chinicuil{m}
chipchip (circuit){m}
chipilínA perennial legume whose greens are eaten in Mexico and Central America, but which is restricted as an invasive weed by many countries, Crotalaria longirostrata{m}
chipotebulge, lump{m} [by extension, informal, Mexico]
chipoteslap (blow with the hand){m} [Central America]
chipotebump on the head{m} [Mexico]
chipotlechipotle{m}
ChipreCyprus{prop}
chipriotaCypriot{adj}
chipriotaCypriot{mf}
chiqueropigsty (very untidy place){m} [figuratively]
chiqueropigsty (shelter for pigs){m}
chiquigüitealternative form of chiquihuite{m}
chiquihuiteA small, handleless woven wicker or reed basket{m} [Guatemala, Mexico]
chiquillafeminine form of chiquillo{f}
chiquillokid (child){m} [colloquial]
chiquillokid (young person){m} [colloquial]
ChiquimulaA department of Guatemala{prop}
chiquitaA girl, young woman{f} [colloquial]
chiquitafeminine form of chiquito{f}
chiquitinafeminine form of chiquitín{f}
chiquititovery tiny{adj}
chiquitínvery small, very young{adj}
chiquitínvery young boy or girl{m}
chiquitosmall, tiny{adj}
chiquitolittle boy{m}
chiquitolittle child (when the child's gender is not known){m}
chiribitadaisy{f}
chirimoyaThe fruit of the chirimoyo, the cherimoya{m}
chirimoyoA South American fruit tree, Annona chermola, whose fruit is the chirimoya{m}
chiringuitoTemporary open air bar, and snack bar, commonly on the beach in summer{m}
chiripafluke (lucky or improbable occurrence){f}
chirivíaparsnip{f}
chirriadochirp, squeak, wheek, creak, chirrup, screak{m}
chirriarto chirp{v}
chirriarto hiss{v}
chirriarto shriek{v}
chirriarto sizzle{v}
chirridochirp, squeak, wheek, creak, chirrup, screak, eek, chirr{m}
chismegossip{m}
chismearto chat or gossip{v}
chismorrearto gossip{v}
chismorreogossip{m}
chismosocurious{adj}
chismosonosy{adj}
chismosoinformer, tattler{m}
chispaspark{f}
chisparseto escape{vr} [Mexico]
chispearto spark{v}
chisporrotearto sizzle{v}
chistarto call attention{v}
chistarto speak, normally in negation{v}
chisteessence, importance, matter or purpose of something:{m}
chistejoke (told joke){m}
chistorrachistorra{f}
chistosojocular, funny{adj}
chistosojoker{m}
chiítaShiite{mf}
chitoshh, hush, silence{interj}
chitosanchitosan{m} [organic compound]
chivablanket, coverlet{f}
chiva(false) pretence, lame excuse{f} [Chile, colloquial]
chivafeminine form of chivo{f}
chivagoatee, beard{f}
chivashutout in a game of dominoes{f}
chivaheroin{f} [slang]
chivayoung female goat, kid{f}
chivatotelltale, informer{m}
chiveragoatee{f}
chiverrechilacayote{m} [Costa Rica]
chiviadoCounterfeit, rip-off{adj} [Colombia, Bogota]
chivocool, awesome{adj} [El Salvador, slang]
chivoinformer, traitor{m} [Cuba]
chivogoat (animal){m}
chivoA male who lives with a prostitute and benefits from her earnings, a pimp{m} [Nicaragua]
chivo expiatorioscapegoat{m}
ChâmHam (son of Noah){prop}
chándalAthletic apparel consisting of a loose shirt and pants; a sweatsuit or warm-up suit{m} [Spain]
choca esos cincogive me five{phrase} [colloquial, Spain]
chocanteshocking{adj}
chocarto collide (with){vi}
chocarto shock or scandalize{vi}
chocarto crash{vt} [ambitransitive]
chocar los cincoto high five{v}
chochavagina{f} [Caribbean, Central America, Puerto Rico, slang]
chochawoodcock{f} [ornithology]
chochearto be senile{v}
ChocheñoChochenyo{prop}
chochetepussy{m} [vulgar, slang]
chochitasweetie pie; cutie; honey bunny{f}
chochoNicaraguan{adj} [Central America, colloquial]
chochosenile, doddery{adj}
chochosentimental, soft{adj}
chochoNicaraguan{m} [Central America, colloquial]
chochocinnamon sweet{m}
chochodrug addict{m} [colloquial]
chocholupin beans, lupin fruit{m}
chochocunt{m} [vulgar, slang]
choclocorn (cereal plant){m} [Latin America]
choclocorncob{m} [Latin America]
chocowith unclothed arms{adj} [Chile]
chococuttlefish{m}
chocolatechocolate (food made from cocoa beans; confectionery){m}
chocolatehash{m} [slang]
chocolateadochocolaty{adj}
chocolaterochocolatier (producer of chocolate){m}
chocolatillodiminutive form of chocolate{m}
chocolatíndiminutive form of chocolate{m}
choferchauffeur, driver{m}
cholafeminine form of cholo{f}
chollacholla (cactus){f}
chollahead{f} [colloquial]
chollareason, understanding{f}
chollobargain{m} [colloquial]
cholomestizo; person of mixed caucasoid and various degrees of Amerindian descent{m}
choloInformally used to describe a person belonging to a street gang{m} [Mexico]
choloPoor mexican, often living in California during 19th century{m} [Mexico]
choloA person born in Peru of peruvian parents whose physiognomy is not identifiable as caucasoid, negroid, or asian but more toward the amerindian side{m} [South America]
choloNative Amerindian with with very little caucasoid racial admixture{m} [South America]
chombasweater, pullover{f}
chompipeturkey (bird){m} [El Salvador, southern Guatemala, Nicaragua]
chongobrothel; whorehouse{m}
chongobun (hairstyle){m}
chongosA Mexican dessert made with milk, sugar and cinnamon. The milk is scalded and rennet is added to start the formation of curds, like when making cheese{mp}
chonpipealternative spelling of chompipe{m}
ChontalesChontales{prop}
chopitoA portion of small fried squid{m}
chopoblack poplar (Populus nigra){m}
choquecollision, accident{m}
chorarude person{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
choravagina{adj} [vulgar, Chile]
choricitodiminutive form of chorizo{m}
choripána sausage baked inside a, pan, pastry roll{m} [Argentina, Chile, Uruguay]
chorizothefty, stuck-up, haughty{adj} [vulgar, Chile]
chorizoa type of sausage{m}
chorizoa thief{m} [Spain, Mexico, Chile, colloquial]
chorizoa foolish person{m} [Uruguay]
chorizoa penis{m} [vulgar, slang, Latin American Spanish]
chorizoa crook{m} [vulgar, Spain]
chorobrave and/or aggressive person{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
chorocool{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
chorovulva{m} [Chile, vulgar]
chorolip service, empty talk{m} [Mexico, colloquial]
choromussel{m} [South-America]
chorothief{m} [South-America, Spain, vulgar]
chorradabullshit, guff{f} [colloquial]
chorreadoangry, sick and tired{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
chorreantesopping, dripping{adj}
chorrearto tire, to get sick and tired{vp} [Chile, colloquial]
chorrearto drip{v}
chorrearto spout, to gush{v}
chorrearto trickle{v}
chorrillanaA popular Chilean dish consisting of a bed of french fries topped with sauteed beef strips and onions with two fried eggs{f} [Chile]
chorrillanaA popular Mexican seafood dish with tomatoes, fish, vegetables{f} [Mexico]
chorrocoin purse{m} [Chile, colloquial]
chorroa poor person, ghetto, a criminal{m} [Chile, slang]
chorroflow; jet{m}
chorroton, tons; bunch; pile{m} [Mexico, colloquial]
chotacabrasnightjar{mf}
chotearto mock{v}
chova piquigualdaalpine chough{f}
chovinismochauvinism (excessive patriotism){m}
chozahut{f}
chéroquiCherokee{adj}
chéroquiCherokee (member of the Cherokee people){mf}
chéroquiCherokee (language and syllabary){prop}
chésterCheshire cheese{m}
chubascoshower, squall{m}
chuchacunt, vagina{f} [vulgar slang, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, , Panama]
chuchabody odor{f} [vulgar slang, Colombia]
chuchafemale dog{f} [vulgar slang, Guatemala, El Salvador]
chuchadamn!, fuck!{interj}
chuchadaabsurdities, nonsense{f} [vulgar slang, Chile]
chuchesweet (sugary confection){m}
chucheríasweets, candy{f}
chucheríatrifle (something of little importance){f}
chuchomutt, mongrel{m}
ChuchoA nickname for the given name Jesús{prop}
chucrutsauerkraut{m}
chuecocrooked{adj} [Latin America]
chufachufa{f}
chufaEdible tuber of that plant{f}
chufarto make fun of{v}
chufarto scoff{v}
chulearto compliment, to show off{v}
chuletadivot{f} [golf]
chuletachop{f} [of meat]
chuletónlarge steak{m}
chullochullo{m}
chuloordinary, common, vulgar, rascal{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
chulocute, pretty, lovely{adj}
chulopimp{m}
chumboThe prickly pear{m}
chunchullothe grilled or fried small intestine of a pig, cow or lamb, consumed in Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay and Chile{m} [Colombia]
chunchurriathe grilled or fried small intestine of a pig, cow or lamb{f} [Colombia, especially in Medellín and Manizales]
chungoComplicated, or difficult{adj}
chungoIn bad condition{adj}
chungoOf bad quality{adj}
chuño(South America) freeze-dried potato; potato starch{m}
chupacabraschupacabras{m} [cryptozoology]
chupaciriosBible basher{m} [colloquial, pejorative]
chupadablowjob{f} [slang]
chupadovery easy{adj} [colloquial]
chupadovery skinny{adj} [colloquial]
chupamangasbrown-noser, creep, toady{m} [vulgar, slang]
chupamediastoady, sycophant, brown noser{mf} [colloquial, Argentina, Chile]
chupapiedrasclingfish{m}
chuparto drink an alcoholic beverage{v} [Mexico, Chile, slang]
chuparto consume too fast or waste money, budget or gasoline{v} [Mexico, slang]
chuparto lose muscular mass or strength{v} [Mexico, slang]
chuparto lose somebody the youthful or not-too-mature appearance{v} [Mexico, slang]
chuparto absorb{v}
chuparto suck{v}
chuparrosaHummingbird{f} [Mexico]
chupasangresbloodsucker{m} [figuratively]
chupatintasOne who does routine office work; a pencil pusher{m}
chupesoup, made generally of potatoes, meat or fish and different vegetables{m} [Chile, Peru, Panama]
chupetepacifier{m}
chupetearto suck at{v}
chupetónhickey (bruise-like mark){m} [Spain]
chupifab, awesome{adj} [colloquial]
chupitoshot (small serving of drink){m}
chupónhoarding, profiteering, sponging (said of a person who abuses a situation to get the best of it; in broad sense, not only refered to money or goods; it can be used as a noun){adj} [Spain]
chupónsucker (branch or trunk that devoids of nutrients the main part of the tree){m} [botany]
chupónbaby bottle{m} [Latin America]
chupónhickey (bruise-like mark){m} [Latin America]
chupónpacifier, dummy{m} [Peru, Venezuela]
churreríachurro shop, a place that sells churros{f}
churridarling, dear, lover{mf} [colloquial]
churritodiminutive form of churro; small churro{m}
churroattractive{adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, of a, person]
churrochurro (dessert){m}
churrobeefcake (physically desirable man){m} [colloquial, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia]
churrojoint (marijuana cigarette){m} [colloquial]
churumbelchild, boy{m} [Gypsy dialect]
ChusPet form of the female given name María Jesús ( Jesusa){prop}
ChusPet form of the male given name Jesús{prop}
chuscofunny, amusing, charming{adj}
chuscomalicious, cunning{adj}
chuscomongrel{m} [Peru]
chuscoPiece of bread roll{m}
chusmamob (unruly group of people){f}
chutarto shoot a goal{v}
ChuyNickname for the given name Jesús{prop}
chéverecool, awesome{adj} [slang, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, El Salvador, Ecuador]
chéverehot dog{m} [Guatemala]
ChávezSpanish surname{prop}
CICoahuila (Mexican state){abbr}
ciancyan{adj}
ciancyan{m}
cianatocyanate{m}
cianógenocyanogen{m} [chemistry]
cianhídricohydrocyanic{adj}
cianinacyanin{f} [protein]
cianoacrilatocyanoacrylate{m} [organic chemistry]
cianocobalaminacyanocobalamin{f} [vitamin]
cianurocyanide (chemistry){m}
ciarto back water{v}
cibdadobsolete spelling of ciudad{n}
ciber-cyber-{prefix}
ciberespaciocyberspace{m}
cibernéticacybernetics{f}
cibernéticocybernetic{adj}
cicatrizscar{f}
cicatrizacióncicatrization{f}
cicatrizalBelonging to a cicatrice or scar{adj}
cicatrizarto cicatrize, to heal{vt}
cicatrizativocicatrisitive{adj}
ciclasacyclase{f} [enzyme]
ciclinacyclin{f} [protein]
ciclismocycling, cycle racing{n}
ciclismo de montañamountain biking{m}
ciclismo en pistatrack cycling{m}
ciclistacyclist, biker{mf}
ciclóncyclone{m}
ciclónicocyclonic{adj}
ciclocycle{m}
cicloperiod{m}
cicloseries{m}
cicloalcanocycloalkane{m} [organic compound]
cicloalquenocycloalkene{m} [organic compound]
ciclobenzaprinacyclobenzaprine{f} [organic compound]
ciclo del aguawater cycle{m}
ciclo del carbonocarbon cycle{m}
ciclodextrinacyclodextrin{f} [carbohydrates]
ciclofilinacyclophilin{f} [proteins]
ciclogénesiscyclogenesis{f}
cicloheptanocycloheptane{m} [organic compound]
ciclohexanocyclohexane{m} [organic compound]
ciclohexanonacyclohexanone{f} [organic compound]
cicloheximidacycloheximide{f} [organic compound]
ciclo hidrológicowater cycle{m} [technical]
cicloidecycloid{f} [geometry]
ciclooxigenasacyclooxygenase{f} [enzyme]
ciclopentanocyclopentane{m} [organic compound]
ciclopentanonacyclopentanone{f} [organic compound]
ciclopropanocyclopropane{m} [organic compound]
ciclopropenocyclopropene{m} [organic compound]
ciclostilomimeograph{m}
ciclotróncyclotron{f}
ciclóstilomimeograph{m}
cicutahemlock{f}
CidRodrigo Díaz, better known as El Cid ("the Lord" or "the Master"). Also called just Cid or Campeador, a famous Castilian knight born in Vivar, Spain{prop}
-cida-cidal{suffix}
-cida-cide (denoting a person or substance that kills){suffix}
-cidio-cide (denoting an act of killing){suffix}
cidrocitron (tree){m}
ciegamenteblindly{adv}
ciegoblind{adj}
ciegoA blind person{m}
ciegoThe cecum{m}
cielitoA Uruguayan dance{m}
cielito lindoA traditional Mexican song written in 1882 by Quirino Mendoza y Cortés{m}
cielito lindopretty darling{m}
cieloheaven{m}
cielosky{m}
cielosheavens{mp}
cielossky{mp}
ciempiéscentipede{m}
cienapocopic form of ciento one-hundred (100){num} [cardinal]
cienciaerudition, knowledge{f}
cienciascience{f}
ciencias naturalesnatural sciences{fp}
cienmilone hundred thousand{num}
cienosilt{m}
científicafemale scientist{f}
científicamentescientifically{adv}
científicoscientific{adj}
científicoscientist{m}
cientoone-hundred (100){num} [cardinal number]
cierreshutter, blind{m}
cierreshutting, closing{m}
cierreshutting device, fastener; buckle, clasp{m}
cierrezipper{m}
cierro el pico(idiomatic): shut up{phrase}
cierro el pico(literal): close your beak{phrase}
ciertamentecertainly{adv}
ciertoTrue, certain, sure{adj} [of a claim]
ciertoCertain, sure{adj} [of a person]
ciertoA certain, a specific{determiner}
cieruoobsolete spelling of ciervo{n}
ciervodeer, stag{m}
cierzonorth-west wind{m} [Spain]
cifraamount{f}
cifracipher; code{f}
cifradigit{f}
cifranumber{f}
cifrarto value, quantify, aggregate{vtr}
cifrarto write in code, cypher{vt}
cigalaNorway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus){f}
cigarillocigarette{m}
cigarracicada{f}
cigarrillocigarette{m}
cigarrocigar{m}
cigüeñaredstem filaree, Erodium cicutarium{f}
cigüeñastork (large wading bird){f}
cigüeñaThe scavenger's daughter; a torture device{f}
cigüeñalcrankshaft{m}
cigüeñalshadoof (device used to gather water){m}
cigomazygoma; the cheekbone{f}
cigomáticozygomatic{adj} [anatomy]
cigomáticozygomatic bone{m} [skeleton]
cigomático mayorzygomatic major{m}
cigomático menorzygomatic minor{m}
cigotozygote{m} [biology]
cilantrocoriander, cilantro{m}
ciliadoHaving cilia{adj} [biology]
ciliadociliate{m}
ciliarOf or pertaining to a cilium; cilliar{adj}
cilindrocylinder{m} [geometry]
ciliocilium{m} [cytology]
-cillafeminine form of -cillo{suffix}
-cilloForm of -illo attached to some nouns{suffix}
cilíndricocylindrical{adj}
cimapeak, summit (top of a mountain or hill){f}
cimatop{f}
cimarto crop; to cut shorter (removing the top){v}
cimarrónferal (having returned to the wild){adj} [Latin America, of animals]
cimarrónrural; campestral{adj} [Latin America, of people]
cimarrónof a wild cultivar{adj} [Latin America, of plants]
cimbracentering (wooden structure built around an arch){f}
cimbrarto rock{v}
cimentarto found (a building, a city){v}
cimentarto lay the foundations of (a building, a movement, etc.){v}
cimetidinacimetidine{f}
cimientofoundation{m}
cimientogroundwork{m}
-ciónUsed in forming a noun to represent the property corresponding to a verb; -tion{suffix}
ciénagabog, swamp{f}
cinasakinase{f} [enzyme]
cinczinc{m}
cincadozinced{adj}
cincadozinc or zinc-compound coating{m}
cincelchisel{m}
cincelarto chisel{v}
cincofive{cardinal num} [cardinal]
cincuentafifty{cardinal num} [cardinal]
cincuentónfiftysomething{m}
cinecinema, moviehouse{m}
cineastacineast (enthusiast of movies or filmmaking){mf}
cineastafilmmaker{mf}
ciénegamarsh, swamp{f}
cinegéticohunting{adj} [attributive]
cinematógrafocinematograph{m} [historical, rare]
cinematografíacinematography{f}
cinematografiarto film{v}
cinematográficocinematographic{adj}
cinemáticakinematics{f} [physics]
cinemáticokinematic{adj} [physics]
cinetocorokinetochore{m}
cinetoplastokinetoplast{m} [cytology]
cinéfilafeminine form of cinéfilo{f}
cinéfilocinephile{m}
cingalésSinhalese (of the language, ethnicity, person){adj}
cingalésSri Lankan (describing a person, of the country){adj}
cingalésSinhalese (person){mf}
cingalésSri Lankan (person){mf}
cingalésSinhalese (ethnicity){m}
cingalésSinhalese (language){m}
cinismocynicism{m}
cintaribbon, worn by girls in the hair{f}
cintatape{f}
cinta adhesivaadhesive tape (sticky tape){f}
cinta adhesiva protectoramasking tape{f}
cinta aisladoraelectrical tape{n}
cinta aislanteelectrical tape{n}
cinta americanaduck tape{f}
cinta de aislarelectrical tape{n}
cinta de carroceromasking tape{f}
cinta de enmascararmasking tape{f}
cinta de pintormasking tape{f}
cinta de pintorpainter's tape{f}
cinta eléctricaelectrical tape{n}
cinta escocesaScotch tape{f}
cinta métricatape measure{f}
cinta para corrertreadmill{f}
cinta plateadaduck tape{f}
cinta protectoramasking tape{f}
cinta ScotchScotch tape{f}
cinta transportadoraconveyor belt{f}
cinéticakinetics{f} [chemistry, biochemistry]
cinéticakinematics{f} [physics]
cinéticakinetics{f} [physics]
cinéticokinetic{adj}
cintilarto scintillate{v}
cintilarto shine (to reflect light){v}
cintillodiminutive form of cinta small child{m}
cintilloheadband{m}
cintobelt{m}
cinturawaist{f}
cintura de vispahourglass figure{f} [idiomatic]
cinturónbelt{m}
cinturónseat belt{m}
cipayosepoy{m}
cipermetrinacypermethrin{f}
cipotefat, plump, pudgy{adj} [Guatemala]
cipotesilly, foolish{adj}
cipoteyoungster, kid, child, imp, rascal{mf}
cipréscypress (Cupressus sempervirens L.){m}
circensecircus (attributive){adj}
circónzircon{m}
circocircus{m}
circonatozirconate{m} [chemistry]
circoniozirconium{m}
circuirto surround, to circle{v}
circuitocircuit{m}
circulacióncirculation{f}
circulacióntraffic{f}
circularcircular{adj}
circularcircular (advertisement){f}
circularto circulate{v}
circulatoriocirculatory{adj}
circuncidarto circumcise{v}
circuncisióncircumcision (excising foreskin from penis){f}
circuncisocircumcised{adj}
circuncisocircumcised man{m}
circundarto surround{v}
circunferenciacircumference{f}
circunfijocircumfix{m}
circunnavegacióncircumnavigation{f}
circunnavegarto circumnavigate{v}
circunscribirto circumscribe{v}
circunscripciónconstituency{f}
circunstanciacircumstance{f}
circunstancialcircumstantial{adj}
circunvenirto circumvent{v}
cirioA long, thick wax candle, often used in religious ceremonies{m}
cirio pascualpaschal candle{m}
cirílicoCyrillic{adj}
cirquerocircus (attributive){adj}
cirquerocircus performer{m}
ciruelaplum{f}
ciruela albaricoquepluot{n}
ciruela chabacanopluot{n}
ciruela damascopluot{n}
ciruela interespecíficainterspecific plum{n}
ciruela pasaprune (dried plum){f}
cirueloPlum tree{m}
cirugíasurgery{f}
cirugía plásticacosmetic surgery{f}
cirugía plásticaplastic surgery (surgery involving the transfer of tissue to repair body parts){f}
cirujanosurgeon{m}
cismaschism{m}
cisneswan{m}
cisne negroblack swan{m}
cisne silbadorThe Bewick's swan{m}
cisteínacysteine{f} [amino acid]
cisternacistern{f}
cistinacystine{f} [amino acid]
citaA date{f}
citaAn appointment{f}
citaA quote{f}
-citafeminine form of -cito Substituted for “a” at the end of feminine words and names ending in a vowel to denote a diminutive form{suffix}
cita a ciegasblind date{f}
citaciónquotation, citation{f}
citadocited, mentioned{adj}
citarto cite{v}
citarto summon{v}
citarazither{f}
citidinacytidine{f} [organic compound]
cito-cyto-{prefix} [biology]
-cito-cyte (used to form cell names){suffix} [biology]
-citoForm of -ito. Substituted for "o" at the end of masculine words and names to denote a diminutive form{suffix}
citocinacytokine{f} [protein, immunology]
citocromocytochrome{m} [enzyme]
citogenéticacytogenetics{f} [biology, genetics]
citogenéticocytogenetic{adj}
citológicocytologic, cytological{adj}
citologíacytology{f}
citoplasmacytoplasm{m}
citoplasmáticocytoplasmic (of or relating to cytoplasm){adj}
citorreduccióncytoreduction{f}
citosinacytosine{f} [organic compound]
citotoxicidadcytotoxicity{f}
citratocitrate{m} [organic compound]
citrónlemon{m}
ciudadcity, large town{f}
ciudadanafeminine form of ciudadano{f}
ciudadaníacitizenry{f}
ciudadaníacitizenship{f}
ciudadanoliving in a city{adj}
ciudadanoof or relating to a city or its inhabitants{adj}
ciudadanocitizen{m}
ciudadanocity-dweller{m}
Ciudad del CaboCape Town{prop}
Ciudad del VaticanoVatican City{prop}
Ciudad de MéxicoMexico City (capital city of Mexico){prop}
Ciudad de PichilemuPichilemu City{prop}
ciudadelacitadel{f}
ciudad estadocity state{f}
ciudad fantasmaghost town{m}
civilcivil (all senses){adj}
civilizacióncivilization{f}
civilizadocivilized{adj}
civilizarto civilize{v}
civismocivility{m}
cizañadarnel, tare (grass weed){f}
cizañaAn injurious thing or action{f} [figuratively]
cizañadissension, enmity{f} [figuratively]
cizallashears, pair of shears, cutter{f}
CLColima (Mexican state){abbr}
cladinosacladinose{f} [organic compound, carbohydrates]
clado-clado-{prefix}
cladogramacladogram{m}
cladísticocladistic{adj}
clamarto call out for{v}
clamorA clamor, shout{m}
clamorA loud noise{m}
clamorA protest, outcry{m}
clanclan{m}
clandestinidadsecrecy{f}
clandestinoclandestine{adj}
clandestinoan illegal immigrant{m}
clandestinoone who is clandestine{m}
clarashandy{f} [Spain]
claraThe white (of an egg){f}
Clarafemale given name, equivalent to English Clara{prop}
claraboyaskylight{f}
claramenteclearly{adv}
clarearto clear{v}
claridadbrightness{f}
claridadclarity{f}
claridadclearness{f}
clarificaciónclarification{f}
clarificarto clarify{v}
clarineteclarinet{m}
clarineteclarinetist{m}
clarividenciaclairvoyance{f}
claroclear{adj}
clarolight, bright{adj}
clarocertainly, naturally, of course{adv}
claro como el aguacrystal clear{adj} [simile]
claroscurochiaroscuro{m}
claseclass{f}
clasekind{f}
clasificableclassifiable (that one can classify){adj}
clasificaciónclassification{f}
clasificación periódicaperiodic table (chart of the chemical elements by atomic number){f}
clasificadoclassified{adj}
clasificarto classify{v}
clasificarseto place; to earn a certain rank or award in a competition{v}
clasificatorioclassificatory{adj}
Claudiafemale given name, feminine form of Claudio{prop}
Claudiomale given name, cognate to English Claude{prop}
claustroclaustration{m} [religion]
claustrofobiaclaustrophobia (fear of closed, tight places){f}
clausuraclosing{f}
clausuraclosure{f}
clausurarto close{v}
clavaclub (weapon){f}
clavadistadiver{mf}
clavadodive{m}
clavarto nail{v}
clavículacollarbone, clavicle{f}
claveclef{f}
clavekey (to a problem or puzzle){f}
claveclave{f} [musical instruments]
clavepassword{f}
clavelcarnation (flower){m}
clavelcarnation (plant){m}
claveteguitar pick, plectrum{m}
clavetetack (small nail){m}
clavetearto nail{v}
clavetearto stud (to add a stud to){v}
clavicordioclavichord (musical instrument){m}
clavicularclavicular{adj}
clavijadowel{f}
clavoclove{m}
clavocorn (callus){m}
clavoheadache{m}
clavonail, spike{m}
clavoscab{m}
clavo de olorclove (spice){m}
claxonhorn (loud alarm, especially on a motor vehicle){m}
cálcicocalcic{adj}
cálcicocalcium (attributive){adj}
cálculoarithmetic{m}
cálculocalculation{m}
cálculocalculus{m}
cálculostone{m} [medicine]
cálculo renalkidney stone{m}
célebrecelebrated, famous{adj}
clemenciamercy, clemency{f}
clepsidraclepsydra, water clock{f}
cleptomaníakleptomania{f}
cóleraanger{f}
cóleracholera{m}
cleroclergy{m}
clicsound of a mouse{m} [computing]
clica(Chicano, slang) Clique, group, gang{f}
clicarto click a computer mouse{v}
célicoheavenly{adj}
cólicocolic{adj}
cólicocolic{m}
cálidowarm{adj}
clientafeminine form of cliente{f}
clienteclient{m}
clientecustomer{m}
clientelaclientele{f}
climaclimate, weather{m}
climatizadoair-conditioned{adj}
climatizadoheated{adj}
climatizarair-condition{v}
climáticoclimactic{adj}
clitoridectomíaclitorectomy{f}
cálizcalyx{m} [botany]
cálizchalice, goblet{m}
cálizcup, glass{m} [poetic]
cállateshut up!{interj}
clímaxclimax{m}
clínicamedical clinic{f}
clínicoclinical{adj}
cloacasewer, storm drain{f}
cloacacloaca{f} [zoology]
clocheclutch{m}
clonclone{m}
clonclown{m}
clonacióncloning{f} [biology]
clonalclonal{adj}
clonarto clone{v}
cloqueanteA person who clucks like a chicken{mf}
cloquearto cluck{v}
cloquearto harpoon{v}
cloqueocluck{m}
cloralchloral{m} [organic compound]
cloralosachloralose{f} [organic compound, carbohydrates]
clorarto chlorinate{v}
clorhídricohydrochloric{adj} [chemistry]
clorinarto chlorinate{v}
clorochlorine{m}
cloroacetatochloroacetate{m} [organic compound]
cloroacéticochloroacetic{adj}
clorofilachlorophyll{f}
clorofilochlorophyllous{adj}
clorofílicochlorophyllic (of, pertaining to, resembling or derived from chlorophyll){adj}
cloroformizarto treat or make unconscious with chloroform{v}
cloroformochloroform{m} [chemistry]
clorometanochloromethane, methyl chloride{m} [organic compound]
cloroplastochloroplast{m} [cytology]
cloroprenochloroprene{m} [organic compound]
cloroxilenoldettol, chloroxylenol{m} [organic compound]
clorpirifoschlorpyrifos{m}
clorurochloride{m} [chemistry]
cloruro de sodiosodium chloride{m} [inorganic compound]
Clotildefemale given name, cognate to French Clotilde and English Clotilda{prop}
clownclown (circus performance artist){m}
clóricochloric{adj}
clérigoclergyman{m}
clósetcloset{m} [Latin America]
clásicoclassic{adj}
ClásicoA match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, the two leading teams in the country{prop} [soccer]
clítorisclitoris{m} [anatomy]
clubclub (association){m}
célulacell{f}
célula dendríticadendritic cell{f}
célula dendrítica folicularfollicular dendritic cell{f} [anatomy]
célula madrestem cell (primal undifferentiated cell){f}
cláusulaclause{f}
CMCampeche (Mexican state){abbr}
cámaracamera{f}
cámarachamber{f}
cámarainner tube{f}
cámaralegislature{f}
cámararoom{f}
cámaracameraman, camera operator (somebody who operates a movie camera or television camera){mf} [cinematography]
cámara de comerciochamber of commerce{f}
Cámara de los ComunesThe House of Commons{prop}
Cámara de los LoresThe House of Lords{prop}
cámara magmáticamagma chamber{f}
cámara mortuoriaburial chamber{f}
cámaroshrimp{m} [rare]
cómiccomic (cartoon story){m}
cómicamentecomically{adv}
cómicocomedic{adj}
cómicofunny{adj}
cómicocomedian{m}
cómicocomic actor{m}
cómohow{pron} [interrogative]
cómosorry? what? (expressing surprise or asking to repeat){pron} [interrogative]
cómodachest of drawers{f}
cómodocomfortable{adj}
cómo estáhow are you?{phrase}
cómo estáshow are you?{phrase} [informal]
cómo le vahow's it going?{phrase}
cómo se dice...en ingléshow do you say...in English?{phrase}
cómo te vahow's it going?{phrase}
cómpliceaccomplice{m}
cómputocalculation{m}
cúmulocluster{m}
cúmulopile{m}
cúmulo estelarstar cluster{m} [astronomy]
cóncavoconcave{adj}
cóncavocavity, concavity{mf}
cáncercancer{m}
CáncerCancer{prop} [astrology]
Cándidafemale given name, female variant of Cándido{prop}
cándidonaive, candid{adj}
cándidostraightforward{adj}
Cándidomale given name, male variant of Cándida{prop}
cóndilocondyle{m} [anatomy]
cóndorcondor{m}
cíngaroRomani, Gypsy{adj}
cíngaroRom, Gypsy{m}
cínicamentecynically{adv}
cínicocynical{adj}
cínicocynic{m}
cónicoconic{adj}
cnidariocnidarian{adj}
cnidariocnidarian{m}
cánidocanine{adj}
cánidocanine{m}
cénitzenith{m}
cónsulconsul{mf}
CNTConfederación Nacional del Trabajo. An anarcho-syndicalist trades union sounded in Barcelona in 1911{initialism} [politics]
cánticocanticle{m}
céntimoA former monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Mozambican metica{m}
céntimoA former monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Spanish peseta{m}
céntimoA monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Bolivian peseta{m}
céntimoA monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Costa Rican colón{m}
céntimoA monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Peruvian nuevo sol{m}
céntimoA monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Philippine peso{m}
céntricocentral{adj}
céntricolocated in the center, centrally{adj}
cónyugespouse, consort{mf}
co(Aragon, colloquial) dude, friend{m}
coalow class or criminal jargon{n} [Chile]
coñamockery, ridicule{f}
coñanot a synonym of coño{f}
coñaccognac{m}
coaccionarto coerce{v}
coactuarto act together{v}
coa de jimaA long, machete-like knife used by a jimador to cut the leaves from the piñas of an agave{n}
coadyuvarto collaborate{v}
coadyuvarto help achieve something{v}
coagulacióncoagulation{f}
coagulantecoagulative{adj}
coagulantecoagulant{m}
coagularto clot; to coagulate{v}
CoahuilaA state of Mexico{prop}
coahuilenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Coahuila{adj}
coalakoala{m}
coalicióncoalition{f}
coartadaalibi{f}
coartarto limit{v}
coaseguradorcoinsurer{m}
coatícoati{m}
CoatzacoalcosCoatzacoalcos (city){prop}
CoatzacoalcosCoatzacoalcos (river){prop}
coautorcoauthor{m}
coñazoAn extreme annoyance{m} [Spain, vulgar]
coñazoHit, blow. Also, meaning “all of a sudden”{m} [Venezuela, vulgar]
cobaltocobalt{m}
cobardíacowardice{f}
cobardecowardly, craven{adj}
cobardecoward{mf}
cobardeweakling{mf}
cobayaguinea pig (person used for experimentation){f} [figuratively]
cobayaguinea pig (animal){f}
cobayaguinea pig meat, eaten in may parts of Latin America{f}
cobertizoshed, shack{m}
coberturacover{f}
coberturacoverage{f}
coberturareception{f}
cobijablanket{f}
cobijarto take refuge{vr}
cobijarto cover{vt}
cobijarto protect{vt}
cobijarto shelter{vt}
cobijoprotection, refuge{m} [figuratively]
cobijoshelter, covering{m}
cobracobra{f}
cobradocharged{adj}
cobrarto charge (money, etc.){v}
cobrarto collect{v}
cobrecopper{m}
cobrizocopper-colored{adj}
cocacoca{f}
cocaCoke (Coca-Cola, a trademarked soft drink){f}
cocacocaine{f} [colloquial]
cocainómanafeminine form of cocainómano{f}
cocainómanococaine addict{m}
cocainomaníaaddiction to cocaine{f}
cocaínacocaine{f}
coccigectomíacoccygectomy{f}
cocearto kick{v}
cocerto brew{vr} [cocerse]
cocerto boil{v}
cochambrososqualid, filthy{adj}
cochayuyoEdible alga (Durvillaea antarctica){m}
cochecar{m}
cochecitodiminutive form of coche{m}
coche eléctricoelectric car{m}
cocherocharioteer{m}
cocherocoachman{m}
cochinadaFilth, a disgusting or obscene act, situation, quality, or state{f}
cochinillacochineal (animal and dye){f}
cochinillapill bug (especially Armadillidium vulgare){f}
cochinilla de humedadwoodlouse{f}
cochinodirty (as in an action done by a child like eating with dirty hands){adj}
cochinopervert{m}
cochinopig, hog{m}
cochóncoward{m} [Nicaragua]
cochónhomosexual{m} [Nicaragua, Honduras]
cocientequotient{m}
cociente de inteligenciaintelligence quotient{m}
cocinacuisine{f}
cocinaback seats of a bus{f} [Dominican Republic, slang]
cocinakitchen{f}
cocinastove, oven, kiln{f}
cocinadocooked{adj}
cocinarTo cook{v}
cocinera(female) cook{f}
cocinerocook{m}
cockteleríacocktail bar{f}
cocococonut{m}
cocotesticle{m} [colloquial, Chile]
cocohead (because of a slight resemblance to a head); brain{m} [colloquial]
cocodriloA crocodile or alligator{m}
cocodriloA gunboat from the Spanish-American War, Spanish, 2nd Class{m}
cocotahuman head{f}
cocotalA grove of coconut palms{m}
cocotazohit on the head with the knuckles{m} [Puerto Rican, Cuban or Dominican , slang]
cocoterococonut palm{m}
coctelcocktail{m}
cocteleríacocktail shop{f}
coderaelbow pad{f}
coderaelbow patch{f}
codescubridorcodiscoverer{m}
codicialust{f} [archaic]
codiciagreed, avarice{f}
codiciableappealing, desirable{adj}
codiciarto covet{v}
codicilocodicil; an addendum to, retraction from, or explanation of a will{m}
codiciosogreedy{adj}
codificarto codify{v}
codificarto encode{v}
codóncodon{m}
codoselfish, avaricious{adj} [colloquial, Mexico]
codoelbow{m} [anatomy]
codornizquail{f}
coeficientecoefficient{adj}
coeficientecoefficient{m} [mathematics]
coenzimacoenzyme{f} [biochemistry]
coesposoco-husband: the relationship of two men who are married to the same woman.{m}
coesposoThe Holy Spirit and Joseph as co-spouses of the Virgin Mary{m} [religion]
coexistentecoexistent{adj}
coexistirto coexist{v}
cofactorcofactor{m} [biochemistry]
cofiacap (head covering of a nurse or waitress){f}
cofradebrother (member of a guild or brotherhood){mf}
cofradesister (member of a guild or sisterhood){mf}
cofrebonnet, hood (engine compartment of a car){m}
cofresafe{m}
cofretrunk, chest{m}
cofundadorA co-founder, a male co-founder{mf}
cogerto board (means of transportation){v} [Mexico, Spain]
cogerto choose (a direction, route, when driving or walking){v} [Mexico, Spain]
cogerto turn to (when driving or walking){v} [Mexico, Spain]
cogerto imitate, to learn{v} [Spain]
cogerto pick, to harvest; to fish{v}
cogerto seize, to arrest; to overtake{v}
cogerto take, to catch, to hold, to get{v}
cogerto have sex{v} [vulgar, Argentina, Paraguay, Mexico, Central America]
coger el toro por los cuernosto take the bull by the horns{v} [idiomatic]
coger por los huevosto have someone by the balls{v} [idiomatic, slang]
cogidofold{m}
cognadocognate (derived from the same roots){adj}
cognadocognate{m}
cogolloshoot{m} [botany]
cogollotop portion of a tree{m} [botany]
cogollolettuce or other vegetable heart{m}
cogotenape (of the neck){m}
coguionistaco-scriptwriter{mf}
cogujadacrested lark (Galerida cristata){f}
coáguloblood clot{m}
coáguloclot{m}
cohecharto bribe{vt}
cohechobribe{m}
cohechobribing, bribery{m}
coherenciacoherence{f}
coherentecogent{adj}
coherentecoherent{adj}
cohesióncohesion{f}
cohesinacohesin{f} [protein]
cohesionarTo unite{v} [formal]
coheteA rocket{m}
coheteA pistol{m} [San Antonio]
cohibirto restrain{v}
cohombrocucumber{m}
cohonderconfundir{v} [obsolete]
coimabribe{f}
coimearto bribe{v}
coincidenciacoincidence{f}
coincidirto coincide{v}
coipocoypu{m}
coitalcoital{adj}
coitosexual intercourse{m}
cojearto limp{v}
cojeralimp{f}
cojíncushion{m}
cojóntesticle{m} [vulgar slang]
cojolame, defective, shaky{adj} [figuratively]
cojolame, crippled{adj}
cojolame person, lame man{m}
cojonesballs (courage){mp} [vulgar, slang]
cojonudogreat, brilliant, ballsy. confer British English the bollocks{adj} [vulgar]
cojonudogreat! brilliant! ballsy!{interj} [vulgar]
cojudonot castrated{adj}
cojudoAny animal that has not been castrated{m}
cojudoone who acts stupid{m} [Spain]
cojudostallion{m}
colcabbage{f}
colagayboy, fagboy, homo{f} [Chile, LGBT, sometimes pejorative]
colacola (drink){f}
colaglue{f}
colakola (nut){f}
colaline (US); queue (UK){f}
colaass, the buttocks{f} [slightly, obscene]
colatail{f}
-colacultivator, breeder (forming nouns and adjectives){suffix}
-colainhabitant (forming nouns and adjectives){suffix}
colaboracióncollaboration{f}
colaboradorcollaborator{m}
colaboradora(female) collaborator{f}
colaborarto collaborate{v}
colaciónlight meal, collation{f}
coladaa crush, smitten{f}
cola de caballohorsetail (a plant of the genus Equisetum){f}
cola de caballoponytail{f}
cola de rataA rattail hairstyle{f}
coladerocolander{m}
coladeronarrow pass or road{m}
coladitodiminutive form of colad{adj} [slang]
coladocrazy (about someone); having the hots (for){adj}
coladorcolander{m}
coladorsieve{m}
colapsadocollapsed{adj}
colapsarto collapse{v}
colapsocollapse{m}
colarto prepare coffee{v} [Dominican Republic]
colarto sift{v}
colateralcollateral{adj}
colchabedspread{f}
colchablanket{f}
col chinaChinese cabbage{f}
colchónmattress{m}
colchonerocarpetmaker{mf}
colchoneroA supporter, player or coach of Atlético Madrid{mf} [soccer]
col de BruselasBrussels sprout{m}
coleschool{m} [colloquial]
colearto wag one's tail{v}
coleccióncollection{f}
coleccionarto collect{v}
coleccionistacollector{mf}
colecistectomíacholecystectomy{f} [surgery]
colecistocininacholecystokinin{f} [hormone]
colecistoquininacholecystokinin{f} [hormone]
colectacollection, alms (collection of money for a certain purpose especially during a church service){f}
colectarto collect{v}
colectivismocollectivism{m}
colectivocollective{adj}
colectivopublic bus{m} [Argentina]
colectivoassociation{m}
colectomíacolectomy{f}
colectorcollector{m}
colectoracollector{f}
colegacolleague{f}
colegabuddy{f} [colloquial]
colegialaschool girl{f}
colegioschool{m}
colegio electoralelectoral college{m} [politics]
colegirTo infer or conclude, to gather{v}
colerinacholerine{f}
colestasischolestasis{f} [medicine]
colesterolcholesterol{m}
colgadocrazy{adj} [colloquial]
colgadostoned (on drugs){adj} [colloquial]
colgadohanging{adj}
colgadorA clothes hook, hanger{m}
colgantehanging{adj}
colgarto hang out, relax with someone{v} [colloquial]
colgarto hang{v}
colgarto hang up{v}
colágenocollagen{m} [protein]
colibríhummingbird{m}
coliflorcauliflower{mf}
colihuea type of bamboo (chusquea coleou){m} [Argentina, Chile]
colihuegay (homosexual man){m} [slang, Chile]
colillabutt (remnant of a smoked cigarette){f}
ColimaA state of Mexico{prop}
colimbo árticoThe black-throated diver. A seabird{m}
colimenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Colima{adj}
colimeño(of a person) Of or from the Mexican state of Colima{adj}
colinahill{f} [geography]
colinacholine{f} [organic compound]
colinaborutabaga{m}
colindantecontiguous{adj}
colindarto adjoin{v}
colinesterasacholinesterase{f} [enzyme]
colipasacolipase{f} [enzyme]
colirrábanokohlrabi{m}
colirrojo tizónThe black redstart. A bird{m}
coliseocoliseum{m}
colisionadorcollider{m}
colitadiminutive form of cola, (buttocks) caboose, booty{m}
colitadiminutive form of cola, (homo), fagboy, gayboy{m}
colitadiminutive form of cola, little tail{m}
colitiscolitis{f}
colitisdiarrhea{f}
colitosacolitose{f} [organic compound, carbohydrates]
collarAn animal's collar, band or chain around its neck{m}
collarA necklace{m}
collarínruff (circular frill or ruffle on a garment){m}
collarínsurgical collar{m}
colmadamentecopiously; dearly; excessively{adv}
colmadofull; copious{adj}
colmadolocal general store that is often also a social gather point{m} [Dominican Republic]
colmadolimited corner store{m} [Spain]
colmarto fill{v}
colmarto fulfill{v}
colmarto overwhelm{v}
colmenabeehive{f}
colmenarAn apiary, a place where beehives are kept{m}
colmenerobeekeeper{m}
colmillocanine tooth{m}
colmillotusk, fang{m}
colmoheight{adj}
colmosummit, top{adj}
colóncolón (currency){m}
colocacióncollocation{f} [linguistics]
colocadohigh (slang: stoned){adj} [colloquial]
colocarto take drugs{vr} [slang]
colocarto place{v}
colocarto put{v}
ColombiaColombia{prop}
colombianaColombian (female){f}
colombianoColombian{adj}
colombianoColombian{m}
coloncolon{m} [anatomy, grammar, rhetoric]
colonafeminine form of colono{f}
coloniacolony{f}
colonianeighbourhood{f} [Mexico]
ColoniaCologne (city in Germany){prop}
colonialcolonial{adj}
colonialistacolonialist{adj}
colonialistacolonialist{mf}
colonia penalpenal colony{f}
colonistacolonist, settler{mf}
colonistapilgrim{mf}
colonizacióncolonization{f}
colonizarto colonize{v}
colonocolonist, settler{m}
colonofarmer that normally lives and works on the same land{m}
coloproctologíacoloproctology{f}
coloquialcolloquial{adj}
coloquialmentecolloquially{adv}
coloquiocolloquy, discussion{m}
colorcharacter{m}
colorcolor, colour, hue{m}
color(poker) flush{m}
colorpretext, motive, reason{m}
colorrace, ethnicity{m}
colorrouge (cosmetics){m}
colorside, party, faction{m}
coloradocoloured{adj}
coloradored{adj}
ColoradoColorado{prop}
colorantecoloring{adj}
colorantecolorant{m}
colorarto color{v} [dated]
colorarto dye, tint{v}
colorearto color{v}
colorearto ripen{v}
coloridocoloring, coloration, color{m}
colorínred haired{adj}
colorínredhead, red haired person{m}
colosalcolossal{adj}
colosocolossus{m}
colostomíacolostomy{f}
coléricocholeric (easily becoming angry){adj}
col rizadakale{f}
coludirto conspire; to be in cahoots{v}
columbariocolumbarium{m}
columelacolumella{f} [mycology, biology, anatomy]
columnaA column; in architecture, a circular support{f}
columnatacolonnade{f}
columnatascolonnades{fp}
columna vertebralvertebral column{f}
columnistacolumnist{mf}
columpiarto swing{v}
columpioswing{m}
colurocolure{m} [astronomy]
col verdecollard greens{f}
colzacolza{f}
coma[church] misericord{f}
comacoma{f}
comacomma{f}
comasection{f} [music]
comamane{f} [rare]
comadreA very dear and honoured female friend.{f}
comadrego-between{f} [colloquial]
comadregossip{f}
comadremidwife{f}
comadreThe godmother of one's child.{f}
comadreThe mother of one's godchild.{f}
comadrearto gossip{v} [colloquial]
comadrejaweasel{f}
comadronamidwife{f}
comalA flat, pan-like metal griddle used to cook tortillas or other foods{m} [Central America, Mexico]
comancheComanche (of or pertaining to the people, their culture, or language){adj}
comancheA Comanche{mf}
comancheThe Comanche language{prop}
comandanciacommand{f}
comandanciacommandancy{f}
comandantecommander{mf}
comandarto lead{v}
comandocommando{m}
comarcadistrict{f}
comatosocomatose{adj}
combarto curve{v}
combatecombat{m}
combatientefighting, fight-{adj}
combatientefighter{mf}
combatienteruff (wading bird of the species Philomachus pugnax){m}
combatirto combat or fight{v}
combativocombative{adj}
combayanaslut{f} [slang, Chile]
combinacióncombination{f}
combinación lineallinear combination{f} [linear algebra]
combinadocombined{adj}
combinarto combine{v}
combopunch{m} [Bolivia, Chile, Peru]
combogavel, wooden hammer{m} [Latin America]
comburenteoxidizing agent{m} [chemistry]
combustiblecombustible{adj}
combustiblefuel{m}
combustióncombustion{f}
comediacomedy (entertainment){f}
comediacomedy{f} [drama]
comediasoap opera{f}
comediantecomedian{mf}
comedorcafeteria, canteen (staff restaurant){m}
comedordining room{m}
comedoreater (someone who eats){m}
comedoreatery{m}
comejénwhite ant; termite{m}
comejoneranest of white ants; nest of termites{f}
comensalcommensal{mf}
comensalmessmate{mf}
comentadorcommentator{m}
comentarto comment (make a comment){v}
comentariocomment{m}
comentariocommentary{m}
comentaristacommentator{mf}
comenzarto begin{v}
comereating, food{m}
comerto eat away, corrode{v} [colloquial]
comerto have sexual intercourse (because of similitude to coger){v} [double entendre, Mexico]
comerto capture a piece{vt} [chess, board games]
comerto eat{v}
comerciablemerchantable, marketable{adj}
comerciablesociable{adj}
comercialcommercial{adj}
comercialcommercial{m}
comercializaciónmarketing{f}
comercialmentecommercially{adv}
comercianteshopkeeper{mf}
comerciantetrader{mf}
comerciarto trade{v}
comercioshop{m}
comerciotrade{m}
comestiblecomestible{adj}
comestiblecomestible{m}
cometakite{f}
cometacomet{m} [astronomy]
cometerto commit{vt}
cometerto make (an error, etc){vt}
comezónitch, itching{f}
comibleedible{adj} [colloquial]
comiciocomitia; political assembly{m}
comicioelection{m}
comidafood{f}
comidameal{f}
comidacunnilingus{f} [slang]
comida corridatable d’hote, a small meal of several courses at a fixed price eaten between about 1 and 4 p.m{f} [Mexico]
comida rápidafast food{f}
comidilladiminutive form of comida, an unappealing food, soylent{f}
comidillatalk of the town{f}
comienzobeginning{m}
comillasquotation mark (including any of «◌», “◌”, or ‘◌’){fp}
comilóngluttonous{adj}
comilónglutton (person who eats excessively){m}
comilonabinge (period of excessive eating){f}
comilonafeast{f}
comilonafemale glutton (person who eats to excess){f}
cominocumin (plant, spice){m}
comisaríapolice station{f}
comisariatoa police station headed by a commissioner{m}
comisariatoThe office of a commissioner of police{m}
comisariocommissioner{m}
comisario(police) inspector{m}
comiscarto nibble (eat with small bites){v}
comisióncommittee{f}
comisionarto commission{v}
comisquearto nibble (eat with small bites){v}
comitécommittee{m}
comitologíacomitology{f}
comúncommon, joint{adj}
comúncommon, ordinary{adj}
comúnusual{adj}
comúnmentecommonly{adv}
comúnmenteusually, frequently{adv}
común y corrientetypical, common{adv}
comoas{adv}
comohow{adv}
comolike{adv}
como agua de mayoin the nick of time{adv} [simile]
como de costumbreas usual{adv}
comodidadcomfort{f}
comodidadconvenience{f}
comodíndummy, placeholder{m}
comodínjoker (in a game){m}
comodorocommodore{m}
como muchoat best; at the most{adv} [idiomatic]
como quieraas you wish{interj}
como quierasas you like{interj}
ComorasComoros{prop}
comorenseComorian{adj}
comorenseComorian{mf}
ComoresComoros{prop}
como resultadothus; as a result of{adv}
como sias if{conj} [with imperfect subjunctive]
como si te la pica un polloI don't give a rat's ass{phrase} [colloquial]
compabuddy{m} [slang, US, Mexico]
compañíacompanion{f}
compañíacompanionship{f}
compañíacompany{f}
compactarto compress{v}
compadecerto feel sorry, pity{v}
compadrazgoA form of fictive kinship found in a Latin American culture, meaning literally co-parents but referring to co-godparenthood or joint sponsorship of a godchild or ritual object{m}
compadreperson of the generation whose parents fought in Argentina's war of independence from Spain.{m} [Argentina]
compadrefather of one's child's spouse.{m} [colloquial]
compadrefriend{m}
compadreGodfather of one's child.{m}
compadrebinge or partying habitual companion{m} [Mexico]
compadreThe relation between a man and his wife's lover, or in the case of divorce, the relation between the previous and current husband. In general, the relation between two men who have been involved with the same woman{m} [Nicaragua, colloquial]
compadreParent of one's godchild.{m}
compadritoperson of the generation whose grandfathers fought in Argentina's war of independence from Spain.{m} [Argentina]
compadritodiminutive form of compadre{m}
compañerafeminine form of compañero (female) fellow, companion; (female) comrade; (female) colleague{f}
compañerocolleague{m}
compañerocomrade{m}
compañerofellow, companion{m}
compañerofriend, buddy.{m}
compañero de fórmularunning mate{m} [politics]
compaginarto agree with; to match{vr} [~se con]
compaginarto collate{vt}
companajecold cuts in a sandwich{m}
comparablecomparable{adj}
comparacióncomparison{f}
compararto compare{v}
comparativocomparative{adj}
comparativocomparative{m}
comparecenciacourt appearance{f}
comparecerto appear{v}
compartidodivided between{adj}
compartidoshared{adj}
compartimientochamber{m}
compartimientocompartment{m}
compartirto share{v}
compasióncompassion, sympathy{f}
compasivocompassionate{adj}
compatiblecompatible{adj}
compatriotacompatriot{mf}
compelerto compel{v}
compendiarTo abridge, to shorten{v}
compensacióncompensation{f}
compensarto compensate{v}
competenciacompetence, expertise{f}
competenciacompetition{f}
competentecompetent{adj}
competenteexpert, qualified{adj}
competicióncompetition{f}
competidorcompeting{adj}
competidorcompetitor{m}
competidora(female) competitor{f}
competirto compete{vi}
competitividadcompetitiveness{f}
competitivocompetitive{adj}
compilarto compile (a program){v} [computing]
compilarto compile (to put together){v}
complacenciasatisfaction{f}
complacerconcession{m}
complacerplease{v}
complacersatisfy{v}
complejidadcomplexity{f}
complejocomplex{adj}
complejocomplex{m}
complejocomplex (of buildings){m}
complementarTo complement{v}
complementariocomplementary{adj}
complementoaccessory{m}
complementocomplement{m} [grammar, mathematics, music]
complementoobject{m} [grammar]
complementoperfection{m}
complemento agenteagent{m} [grammar]
complemento directodirect object{m} [grammar]
complemento indirectoindirect object{m} [grammar]
completadocompleted{adj}
completadofinished{adj}
completamentecompletely{adv}
completarto complete{v}
completitudcompletion{f}
completocompleted{adj}
completofull, complete{adj}
completohot dog{m} [Chile]
complexiónphysical constitution{f}
complicacióncomplication{f}
complicadocomplicated; complex{adj}
complicarto complicate{v}
complicidadcomplicity, connivance{f}
complotplot, conspiracy{m} [colloquial]
componentecomponent{adj}
componentecomponent{m}
componentemember{mf}
componerto compose{v}
componerto repair{v}
comportamientobehavior{m}
comportarto entail{v} [Latin America]
comportarto tolerate{v}
comportecomport, behavior{m}
composicióncomposition{f}
compositorcomposer{m}
comprabuying{f}
comprapurchase{f}
comprablebuyable{adj}
compradorbuying{adj}
compradorbuyer{m}
comprarto buy{v}
comprehenderobsolete spelling of comprender{v}
comprenderto understand, to comprehend{v}
comprensibleunderstandable, comprehensible{adj}
comprensióncomprehension{f}
compresióncompression{f}
comprimidoa small pill{m}
comprimirto compress{v}
comprobableprovable, verifiable{adj}
comprobacióna test; an action of proof{f}
comprobadoverified{adj}
comprobantereceipt, voucher, proof{m}
comprobarto check; to verify{v}
comprobarto prove{v}
comprometerto compromise{v}
comprometidafiancée{f}
comprometidoengaged{adj}
comprometidofiancé{m}
compromisocommitment{m}
compromisocompromise{m} [legal]
compásbeat{m} [music]
compáspair of compasses (tool used to draw circles){m}
compásrhythm{m}
compuertahatch{f}
compuertasluice{f}
compuertaweir{f}
compuestaa composite; a flower or plant in the sunflower family, Compositae{f} [botany]
compuestocompound, composite{adj}
compuestocomposite (non-prime){adj} [mathematics]
compulsióncompulsion{f}
compulsiónobsession{f}
compulsivamentecompulsively{adv}
compulsivocompulsive{adj}
computacióncomputation{f}
computacióncomputer science{f}
computadorcomputer{m}
computadoracomputer{f}
computarto compute{v}
computíngeek, computer nerd{m}
comulgarto communicate{v}
comulgarto receive communion{v}
comunacommune{f}
comuneroComunero, rebel{m}
comunicablecommunicable{adj}
comunicacióncommunication{f}
comunicadocommuniqué{m}
comunicadorcommunicator, one who communicates{m}
comunicarcommunicate{v}
comunidadcommunity{f}
Comunidad de Estados IndependientesCommonwealth of Independent States (successor to the Soviet Union){prop}
comunióncommunion{f}
comuniónCommunion{f}
comunismocommunism (philosophy){m}
comunistacommunist, Communist{adj}
comunistacommunist, Communist{mf}
comunitariocommunity{adj} [attributive]
con-with{prefix}
conwith{prep}
concadenarto concatenate; to chain or link together{v}
concatenaciónconcatenation{f}
concatenarto concatenate{v}
concavidadconcavity{f}
concebibleconceivable, cogitable{adj}
concebirto conceive, become pregnant{vi}
concebirto conceive, imagine{vt}
concebirto understand{vt}
concederto agree about{v}
concederto grant, to concede, to admit, to bestow{v}
concejalmember of a council, councilman{m}
concejalacouncilwoman{f}
concejocouncil{m}
concentraciónconcentration{f}
concentradoconcentrated{adj}
concentradoconcentrate{m}
concentrarto concentrate{v}
concepciónconception{f}
ConcepciónAny of a number of places in Latin America{prop}
Concepciónfemale given name{prop}
conceptoconcept{m}
conceptualizarto conceptualize{v}
concernienteconcerning, related to{adj}
concernirto concern{v}
concertaciónagreement, compromise{f}
concertarto agree{v}
concertarto arrange{v}
concesiónconcession{f}
concesióndealership, vendor{f}
conchaseashell{f}
conchashell (mollusk){f}
conchacunt{f} [vulgar, Latin American Spanish]
concha de peregrinoA shell of a scallop{f}
concha de tu madreconchatumadre{interj} [vulgar]
conchatumadre"your mother’s pussy" (a Spanish insult){interj} [vulgar]
conchatumareconchatumadre{interj} [vulgar]
conchetumadreconchatumadre{interj} [vulgar]
conchetumareconchatumadre{interj} [vulgar]
conchínconchiolin{f} [protein]
conchocar or motorcycle used for public transportation{m} [Dominican Republic, slang]
conchodregs (rest of a drink in a glass){m} [Latin American Spanish]
concienciaconscience{f}
concienciaconsciousness{f}
concienciarto make oneself aware. To learn{v}
concienciarto make someone aware{v}
concienzudoConscientious{adj}
conciertoconcert{m}
conciertoconcerto{m}
conciliaciónconciliation, reconciliation, settlement{adjf}
conciliarOf or pertaining to a council{adj}
conciliarcouncilor, member of a council{m}
conciliarto conciliate, to make calm{v}
concilioan assembly or coterie that deals in something and its bylaws, especially a religious body{m}
concisamenteconcisely, briefly{adv}
concisoconcise{adj}
concitaciónconcitation{f}
concitadorOne that instigates or stirs up{m}
concitarTo instigate, excite or stir up{v}
concluirto conclude{v}
concluirto overwhelm{v}
concluirto silence{v}
conclusiónconclusion{f}
concónWhat is stuck to the bottom of a pot after cooking. Most commonly used with rice{m}
concordanteagreeing; in agreement; harmonious{adj}
concordarto agree{v}
concordeIn agreement; concordant; agreeing; harmonious{adj}
concordiaconcord{f}
con crecesby a long way{adv} [idiomatic]
con crecesdearly{adv} [idiomatic]
con creceswith interest{adv} [idiomatic, finance]
concreciónconcretion{f}
concretarto concrete{v}
concretarto explain{v}
concretarto specify{v}
concretarto thicken{v}
concretizarto concretize, to make real{vt} [context]
concretoconcrete{adj}
concretospecific{adj}
concretoconcrete{m} [Latin America]
concuñadoone's brother-in-law or sister-in-law's brother; that is, one's sibling's spouse's brother (one's sister's husband's brother or one's brother's wife's brother).{m}
concuñadoone's spouse's brother-in-law; that is, one's sister-in-law's husband (one's spouse's sister's husband), or, the brother of one spouse in relation to the siblings of the other spouse.{m}
concubinaconcubine{f}
concubinatoconcubinage, cohabitation{m}
conculcarto violate, infringe{v}
concuñoconcuñado{m}
concupiscenciaconcupiscence, ardent desire{f}
concurrirto converge, co-occur{vi}
concursantecompeting{adj}
concursantecompetitor{mf}
concursarto compete{v}
concursocompetition{m}
concursoconcourse{m}
concursogame show{m}
concurso completoeventing{m} [equestrian]
condadocounty{m}
condadoshire, earldom{m}
condecount (nobility); countess in the feminine sense{m}
condecirto accord{v}
condecorarto award{v}
condenasentence, punishment{f}
condenadoconvicted{adj}
condenadodoomed{adj}
condenarto condemn{v}
condensacióncondensation{f}
condensarto condense{v}
condensinacondensin{f} [protein]
condesacountess{f}
condescendientecondescending, patronizing{adj}
condicióncondition{f}
condicionalconditional{adj}
condicionalconditional tense{f}
condicional anteriorconditional perfect tense{m} [grammar]
condicionalmenteconditionally{adv}
condicionarto condition{v}
condimentarto condiment, spice{v}
condimentocondiment{m}
condóncondom{m}
condolenciacondolence{f}
condolerseto feel sorry for the pain of others; to sympathise{v}
condominioapartment building, condominium, condo{m}
condominioco-ownership{m}
condoroa shameful accident, mistake, slip, faux pas{m} [Chile, colloquial]
condroglosochondroglossus{m}
condroitínchondroitin{m} [organic compound]
conduccióndriving{f}
conducciónconduction (conveying of heat or electric current through a material){f} [physics]
conducirto drive; to conduct{v}
conductabehaviour, conduct{f}
conductividadconductivity{f}
conductivoconductive{adj}
conductoduct{m}
conductopipeline{m}
conducto auditivo externoear canal{m}
conductorconductor (Something which can transmit electricity, heat, light or sound){m}
conductordriver{m}
conectadoconnected{adj}
conectarto connect{v}
conejafeminine form of conejo, female rabbit{f}
conejillodiminutive form of conejo{m}
conejilloguinea pig{m}
conejillo de Indiasguinea pig (animal){m}
conejillo de Indiasguinea pig (volunteer for an experiment){m}
conejitadiminutive form of coneja{f}
conejitobunny; small rabbit{m}
conejodetective{m} [Central America]
conejomale rabbit{m}
conejorabbit{m}
conejocunt{m} [vulgar, slang]
conejo de los volcanesvolcano rabbit{n}
con el agua al cuelloup to one's neck{adv} [idiomatic]
con el debido respetowith all due respect{adv}
con entusiasmowholeheartedly, enthusiastically{adv}
con esmeroVery carefully, diligently{adv}
conexiónconnection{f}
conexiónconnection between{f}
conexiónconnection to{f}
conexinaconnexin{f} [protein]
conexionarto connect{v}
conexoconnected{adj}
confecciónconfection{f}
confeccióntailoring{f}
confeccionarto make{v}
confederaciónconfederation, confederacy{f}
coníferaconifer{f}
conferencialecture{f}
conferenciameeting, conference{f}
conferirbestow (to present a thing as a gift or honour){v}
coníferoconiferous{adj}
confesarto confess{v}
confesiónconfession{f}
confiabletrustworthy, reliable{adj}
confiadamenteconfidently{adv}
confiadoconfident{adj}
confiadocredulous{adj}
confiadoguileless{adj}
confiadogullible{adj}
confiadotrustful{adj}
confianzaconfidence{f}
confianzatrust{f}
confiarto confide{v}
confiarto trust{v}
confidenciaconfidence, trust{f}
confidencialconfidential{adj}
confidencialidadconfidentiality{f}
confidencialmenteconfidentially{adv}
confidentementeconfidently{adv}
configurableconfigurable{adj}
configuraciónconfiguration, setting{f}
configuraciónform or shape{f}
configurarto form{v}
confinarto confine{v}
confirmaciónconfirmation{f}
confirmarto confirm (to accept something){v}
confiscarto confiscate{v}
confiteconfection, sweetmeat{m}
confiteríacandy store [US], confectioner's [UK]{f}
conflagraciónA conflagration{f}
conflagraciónA sudden violent outburst between peoples or countries{f}
conflictividadconflict, unrest{f}
conflictivoconflictive{adj}
conflictoconflict{m}
confluenciaconfluence{f}
confluirto flow together{v}
conformaciónconformation{f}
conformaciónshape, state, structure{f}
conformarTo be satisfied with, to make do with{vr} [~se con]
conformarto conform to{vr} [~se con]
conformarto form, constitute{vt}
conformecontent, or satisfied{adj}
conformein accordance, or deserved{adj}
conformein agreement{adj}
conformesimilar{adj}
conformeroger that{interj}
conformeAn agreement{m}
conformidadconformity, compliance{f}
conformidadshape{f}
conformismoconformism, conformity{m}
conformistaconformist{mf}
confortcomfort, ease{m}
confortablecomfortable{adj}
confortablementecomfortably{adv}
confortarto comfort or console{v}
con frecuenciaoften, frequently{adv}
confrontaciónconfrontation{f}
confrontarto confront{v}
confucianismoConfucianism{m}
confucianoConfucian{adj}
confucianoConfucian{m}
confundidoconfused{adj}
confundirto confuse or confound{v}
confusiónconfusion{f}
confusoconfused{adj}
congelablefreezable{adj}
congeladofrozen{adj}
congeladorfreezer{m}
congelarto freeze{v}
congeniarto get along with{v}
congestióncongestion{f}
conglomeraciónconglomeration{f}
conglomerarto conglomerate{v}
congénitocongenital{adj}
congojaanguish{f}
congoleñoCongolese (relating to either the Democratic Republic of the Congo or the Republic of the Congo){adj}
congoleñoCongolese (either those from the DRC and the RoC){m}
congolésCongolese{adj}
congolésCongolese{m}
congratularto congratulate{v}
congregacióncongregation{f}
congregarto bring together; congregate{v}
congresistacongressperson{mf}
congresoassembly, conference, meeting{m}
congresocongress{m}
congrioconger eel{m}
congruentecongruent{adj}
conjeturaguess{f}
conjeturarto guess; conjecture{v}
conjugaciónconjugation (in some languages, one of several classifications of verbs){f}
conjugarto conjugate{v}
conjuncióncombination{f}
conjunciónconjunction{f} [grammar, astronomy]
conjunción coordinantecoordinating conjunction{f} [grammar]
conjunción subordinantesubordinating conjunction{f} [grammar]
conjuntogroup{m}
conjuntoset{m} [mathematics]
conjuntosquad{m}
conjunto de partespower set{m}
conjurarto avert{v}
con la gorraeffortlessly{adv} [idiomatic]
con las manos en la masared-handed{adv}
conllevarto assist someone who is in trouble{v}
conllevarto entail{vt}
con mal pieunsuccessfully, badly, on the wrong foot{adv} [idiomatic]
conmemoracióncommemoration{f}
conmemorarTo commemorate{v}
conmemorativocommemorative{adj}
conmigowith me{adv}
conminarto threaten{v}
conmocióncommotion, agitation{f}
conmocionarto shock{v}
conmovedormoving, touching{adj}
conmoverto affect, move, touch{v}
conmutarto commute{v} [mathematics]
conmutatividadcommutativity{f}
conmutativocommutative{adj} [mathematics]
ConnecticutConnecticut{prop}
connoscoWith us{pron} [archaic]
connotaciónconnotation (suggested or implied meaning){f}
connotarto imply{v}
conocone cell{m} [anatomy]
conocone (fruit of a conifer tree){m} [botany]
conocone{m}
conoice cream cone{m}
conocedorexpert, specialist{adj}
conocedorexpert{m}
conocerto get to know, become acquainted (with){v} [in the future tense]
conocerto know (a person), to be familiar with{v}
conocidafemale acquaintance, friend, known person{f}
conocidoknown{adj}
conocidoacquaintance, friend, known person{m}
conocimientoknowledge, as in acquaintance or familiarity with a person, place, or subject{m}
conqueconsequently, thus, hence{conj}
conqueso{conj}
conquiolinaconchiolin{f} [protein]
conquistaconquest{f}
conquistadorconqueror, conquistador{m}
conquistadora beau{m} [figuratively]
conquistadora womanizer{m} [figuratively]
conquistarto charm (an object to a person){v} [figuratively]
conquistarto enamor, romantically convince{v} [figuratively]
conquistarto conquer{v}
consagraciónconsecration{f}
consagrarto consecrate{v}
conscienciaconscience{f}
conscienciaconsciousness{f}
conscienteconscious{adj}
conscientementeconsciously{adv}
consectarioconsectary{m}
consecuciónobtaining, procurement (act or result){f}
consecuenciaconsequence{f}
consecuenteconsequent{adj}
consecuenteconsequent{m}
consecuentementeconsequently{adv}
consecutivamenteconsecutively{adv}
consecutivoconsecutive, running{adj}
conseguidoachieved{adj}
conseguidoacquired, received{adj}
conseguirto achieve{v}
conseguirto get or acquire{v}
consejerafemale adviser{f}
consejerafemale counsellor{f}
consejeroadviser{m}
consejerocounsellor{m}
consejocounsel; advice{m}
consensoconsensus{m}
consensuarTo reach a consensus on{vt}
consentidopampered, indulged, spoiled{adj}
consentimientoconsent{m}
consentirto consent{v}
consentirto endure{v}
consentirto pamper, indulge, spoil{v}
conserjeconcierge{m}
conserjedoorman{m}
conserjejanitor{m}
conservaciónconservation{f}
conservadorconservative{adj}
conservadorconserver{m}
conservadorafeminine form of conservador{f}
conservadorismoconservatism{m} [politics]
conservarto conserve{v}
considerableconsiderable{adj}
considerablementeconsiderably{adv}
consideraciónconsideration{f}
considerarto consider{v}
considerarseto judge, to estimate{vr}
consignaleft-luggage office, baggage room, cloakroom{f}
consignaluggage locker{f}
consignaslogan{f}
consignarto consign{v}
consigowith himself, herself, itself{adv}
consiguienteconsequent{adj}
consiguienteconsequential{adj}
consistenciaconsistency{f}
consistentementeconsistently{adv}
consistirto consist of{v}
consolaciónconsolation{f}
Consolaciónfemale given name{prop}
consoladorconsoler, comforter{m}
consoladordildo{m}
consoladorafeminine form of consolador{f}
consolarto console{v}
consolidaciónconsolidation{f}
consolidarto consolidate{v}
consoméconsommé{m}
consorcioconsortium, partnership{m}
conspiraciónconspiracy{f}
conspiradorconspirator{m}
conspirarto conspire{v}
constanciacertainty{f}
constanciaconstancy{f}
constanciaproof, evidence{f}
constanciareport (notification to relevant authorities){f}
constanteconstant{adj}
constanteconstant{f}
constantementeconstantly{adv}
constantes vitalesvital signs{fp}
constarto be constant, to be concrete, to be certain{v}
constarto be or seem evident, clear, obvious to someone{v}
constarto be written, to be on record{v}
constarto consist{v}
constatarto verify{v}
constelaciónconstellation{f}
consternaciónconsternation{f}
consternarto appall{v}
constipacióna cold (sickness){f}
constipadothat has a cold, congested{adj} [medicine]
constipadocold{m} [medicine]
constiparto catch a cold; congest{v}
constiparto close one's pores, preventing transpiration{v}
constiparseto catch a cold; become congested{v}
constituciónconstitution{f}
constitucionalconstitutional{adj}
constitucionalidadconstitutionality{f}
constitucionalismoconstitutionalism{m}
constituirto constitute{v}
constituyenteconstituent{adj}
constituyenteconstituent{m}
constreñirto constrain{v}
constreñirto oppress{v}
construcciónconstruction{f}
constructivismoconstructivism{m}
constructivoconstructive{adj}
constructorconstructing{adj}
constructorconstructor{m}
construidoconstructed{adj}
construirto build{v}
construirto construct{v}
consuegrafeminine of consuegro: the mother-in-law of one's child{f}
consuegroco-father-in-law: the father-in-law of one's son or daughter; that is, the father of one's son- or daughter-in-law, or, the father of one spouse in relation to the parents of the other spouse.{m}
consuegroThe relationship between people whose children marry each other; the parents of the bride vis-à-vis the parents of the groom{m} [in the plural]
consueloconsolation{m}
consuelosolace{m}
Consuelofemale given name{prop}
consuladoconsulate{m}
consularconsular{adj}
consultaconsultation{f}
consultaquery, question{f}
consultasurgery (doctor's consulting room){f}
consultarto consult{v}
consultivoconsultative{adj}
consultoríaconsultancy{f}
consultoríaconsulting{f}
consumadoconsummate; perfect{adj}
consumarto consumate (make a marriage complete by engaging in first sexual intercourse){v}
consumarto consummate (bring something to completion){v}
consumidorA consumer{m}
consumirto consume{v}
consumoconsumption{m}
contabilidadaccountancy{f}
contabilizarto enter (into a book){v} [accounting]
contabilizarto score{v} [sport]
contableaccountant{mf} [Spain]
contactarto contact{v}
contactocontact{m}
contadocounted{adj}
contadoraccountant{m} [accounting]
contadorcounter{m} [Internet]
contadormeasurer{m}
contadormeter (device that measures e.g. electricity meter, odometer){m}
contadorcounter{m} [programming]
contadorafemale accountant{f} [accounting]
contagiarto infect{v}
contagioinfection, contagion{m}
contaminaciónpollution; contamination{f}
contaminación ambienteair pollution{f}
contaminadopolluted; contaminated{adj}
contaminarto contaminate{v}
contaminarto corrupt{v}
contaminarto profane{v}
contantein cash{adj}
contarto count; to tally{v}
contarto have available{v}
contarto rely on{v}
contarto tell (a story); narrate{v}
contemplacióncontemplation{f}
contemplarto contemplate{v}
contemporariocontemporary{adj}
contemporariocontemporary{m}
contemporáneocontemporaneous{adj}
contencióncontention{f}
contenciónholding back{f}
contenciónself-control{f}
contenderto contend{v}
contenderto contest{v}
contenedorcontainer{m}
contenerto contain{v}
contenerto control{v}
contenerto hold{v}
contenerto restrain{v}
contenidocontent{m}
contentarto please{v}
contentocontent, happy{adj}
contentosatisfied, pleased{adj}
conteocalculus, computation{m}
conteocount{m}
conteocounting{m}
conteobill{m} [Latin America]
contestaciónA dispute{f}
contestaciónA legal plea{f}
contestaciónAn answer, reply{f}
contestadorcheeky{adj}
contestadoranswering machine{m}
contestadoraanswering machine{f}
contestarto answer{v}
contestarto rejoin or reply{v}
contestar el teléfonoanswer the phone{v}
contestar el teléfonopick up the phone{v}
contextocontext{m}
contextualizarto contextualize{v}
contiendafight, dispute{f}
contigowith you (singular){adv}
contiguocontiguous{adj}
continentalcontinental{adj}
continentecontinent{m}
contingentecontingent{adj}
contingentecontingent{m}
continuacióncontinuation{f}
continuamentecontinually{adv}
continuamentecontinuously, nonstop{adv}
continuarto continue{v}
continuidadcontinuity{f}
continuocontinuous{adj}
contornocontour, outline{m}
contraagainst{prep}
contraalmiranterear admiral{mf}
contraatacarto counter-attack{v}
contraataquecounterattack, counterstrike{m}
contrabajodouble bass{m} [musical instruments]
contrabalancearto counterbalance{v}
contrabandearTo smuggle{v}
contrabandistasmuggler, contrabandist{mf}
contrabandosmuggle{m}
contraccióncontraction{f}
contrachapadolaminated (formed with many thin layers){adj} [of wood]
contrachapadoplywood{m}
contractivocontractive (involving or relating to contraction){adj}
contradecirto contradict{v}
contradiccióncontradiction{f}
contradictoriocontradictory{adj}
contraerto contract{v}
contraespionajecounterespionage{m}
contrafagotcontrabassoon{m}
contrafuertebuttress{m}
contrahacerto pretend to be{vr}
contrahacerto counterfeit, to fake or imitate{vt}
contraindicarto contraindicate{v}
contramandarto countermand{v}
contraofensivacounteroffensive{f}
contraofertacounteroffer{f}
contrapesocounterweight{m}
contraponerto compare{v}
contraposicióncontraposition{f}
contraproducentecounterproductive{adj}
contra relojagainst the clock{adv}
contra relojanticlockwise{adv}
contrariamentecontrary (to){adv}
contrariarto annoy{v}
contrariarto oppose{v}
contrariarto thwart{v}
contrariocontrary, opposite{adj}
contrarioopposed, against{adj}
contrarrelojtimed, against the clock{adj}
contrarrelojtime trial{adj}
contrarrestarto counteract{v}
contraseñapassword, shibboleth{f}
contrasentidocontradiction in terms{m}
contrastacióncontrasting, contrast{f}
contrastarto resist{v}
contrastecontrast{m}
contratacióncontracting (as in hiring or trading){f}
contratantecontracting; that which contracts or makes an agreement{adj}
contratantehe, she, or it which contracts or makes an agreement{mf}
contratarto contract or hire{v}
contraterrorismocounter-terrorism{m}
contratiempocontretemps{m} [music]
contratiemposetback{m}
contratistacontractor{mf}
contratocontract{m}
contravenirto contravene{v}
contraventanashutter (of windows){f}
ContrerasSpanish surname{prop}
con tres palmos de naricesto let down, to disappointed{adj} [idiomatic]
contribucióncontribution{f}
contribuirTo contribute{v}
contribuyentecontributor{mf}
contribuyentetaxpayer{mf}
contricanteAn opponent; contestant{m}
contrincanteadversary{mf}
contrincantecompetitor{mf}
contrincanteopponent{mf}
controlcontrol of a machine{m}
controlcontrol or emotional restraint, self-control{m}
controlcontrol, or running of a business{m}
controlremote control{m}
controlarto control{v}
controversiacontroversy{f}
controvertidocontroversial{adj}
controvertirto controvert{v}
contundenciaforcefulness, conviction{f}
contundenteheavy or severe{adj}
contusióncontusion{f}
conucoA plot of cultivated land, generally small{m}
convalecenciaconvalescence{f}
convalidarto validate{v}
convencerto convince{v}
convencersereflexive form of convencer{vr}
convencidoconvinced{adj}
convencimientopersuasion, convincing{m}
convenciónconvention{f}
convencionalconventional{adj}
convencionalismoconventionalism{m}
conveniblesuitable, right{adj}
convenienciabenefit{f}
convenienciaconvenience{f}
convenienciasuitability{f}
convenienteconvenient{adj}
convenienteopportune{adj}
convenientesuitable{adj}
convenientementeconveniently{adv}
convenioagreement{m}
convenirto admit{v}
convenirto agree{v}
convenirto be convenient, to suit{v}
convenirto convene{v}
conventoconvent, monastery{m}
convergirto converge{v}
conversaciónconversation{f}
conversarto talk, converse{v}
conversiónconversion{f}
convertibleconvertible{adj}
convertibleconvertible (car){m} [Latin America]
convertidoconverted{adj}
convertidorconverting{adj}
convertidorconverter{m}
convertirsee convertirse{vr}
convertirto convert{vt}
convertirto transform{vt}
convertirseto become, get, turn, transform{vr}
convexidadconvexity{f}
convexoconvex{adj}
convicciónconviction{f}
convictafeminine form of convicto{f}
convictoconvicted, guilty{adj}
convictoconvict{m}
convidarto invite{v}
convincenteconvincing, persuasive{adj}
convivenciacoexistence, cohabitation{f}
convivirto cohabit{v}
convivirto live with{v}
convocarto call{v}
convocatoriaannouncement{f}
convocatoriacall (beckoning or summoning){f}
convoscowith you (plural){pron} [archaic]
convoyconvoy{m}
convulsiónconvulsion{f}
convulsionarto convulse{v}
coñoStingy, tight-fisted{adj} [Chilean Spanish, Ecuadorian Spanish, slang]
coñoDamn!, fuck!, shit!{interj} [slang]
coñoSpaniard{m} [Chile, slang]
coñoHit or bump in the head given with the knuckles{m} [Mexico, slang]
coñoA person who belongs to wealthy, Spanish- or English-speaking families. Also written as konyo{m} [Philippines, slang]
coñopussy, cunt.{m} [slang, Spain]
cooperacióncooperation{f}
cooperarto cooperate{v}
cooperativamentecoöperatively, co-operatively{adv}
cooperativocooperative{adj}
cooptarto co-opt{v}
coordenadacoordinate{f}
coordinacióncoordination{f}
coordinadorcoordinating{adj}
coordinadorcoordinator{m}
coordinadora(female) coordinator{f}
coordinarto coordinate{v}
coñotafeminine form of chiquillo{f}
copaheart (a card of the hearts suit; on Spanish cards, the symbol is of a goblet){f} [card games]
copacrown (of a tree, of a hat){f}
copacup, goblet, stemmed glass, glass{f}
copacup (sports competition){f}
copacocktail, drink{f} [figuratively]
copaflake{f}
copalAny of several trees from which copal is extracted{m}
copalcopal{m}
Copa Mundialthe World Cup (football/soccer){prop}
coparto take{v}
copashearts (on Spanish cards, the symbol is of a goblet){fp} [card games]
copascrowns (of a tree, of a hat){fp}
copascups, goblets, stemmed glasses (plural of copa){fp}
copascups (sports competition){fp}
copascocktails, drinks{fp} [figuratively]
coperniciocopernicium{m}
copetecrest{m}
copetepompadour (hairstyle){m}
copetetopping{m}
copetetuft, forelock{m}
copiaabundance{f}
copiacopy{f}
copia de planoblueprint{f} [architecture]
copiarto copy{v}
copilotocopilot{m}
copiosocopious{adj}
coplacouplet; stanza{f}
coplapopular song{f}
copoflake{m}
copo de nievesnowflake{m}
coproducirto coproduce{v}
copuchagossip{f} [colloquial, Chile]
copuladorshagger, sex machine{m}
copularto copulate{v}
coquecoke (solid fuel from coal){m}
coquerafeminine form of coquero{f}
coqueroPertaining to the cultivation of coca{adj} [Colombia, Peru]
coqueroA drug addict{m} [by extension, colloquial, pejorative]
coqueroA cocaine addict{m} [colloquial, pejorative, Colombia, Honduras]
coqueroA cultivator of coca{m} [Colombia, Peru]
coqueroA cultivator of coconut palms{m} [Mexico, Puerto Rico]
coqueroA seller of coconuts{m} [Mexico, Puerto Rico]
coquetafeminine form of coqueto{f}
coquetearto flirt{v}
coquetearto tease{v}
coqueteocoquetry, flirtation{m}
coqueteríacoquetry, flirtation{f}
coquetoflirtatious{adj}
coquetoflirt (person who flirts){m}
coquillagroin guard; cup (protection for the male genitals){f}
coraA US currency coin worth 25 cents, a quarter{f} [El Salvador]
coracobraquialcoracobrachialis{m}
corajecourage, spunk{m}
coralchoral{adj}
coralchorale{m}
coralcoral vine (Kennedia coccinea){m} [plants]
coralcoral{m} [zoology]
coralillocoral snake{m}
corazaarmor{f}
corazónheart{m} [card games]
corazónemotions, kindness, spirit{m}
corazónheart (organ of the body){m}
corazónthe center of an object{m}
corazonadahunch (idea){f}
corazonadaimpulse{f}
corazoncitodiminutive form of corazón{m}
corbatanecktie, tie (piece of clothing){f}
corbata de bolobolo tie{n}
corbata de cordónshoelace tie{n}
corbetacorvette{f} [nautical]
corcelsteed{m}
corchetesquare bracket{m}
corchocork (bark of the cork oak){m}
corchocork (bottle stopper){m}
corcovacurvature{f}
corcovahump{f}
corcovearto buck{v}
cordarope{f}
cordadochordate{adj}
cordadochordate{m}
cordectomíacordectomy{f}
cordelA string{m}
cordelA traditional unit of distance used in Spain and in South America. The exact length varies by region, being between 20 and 45 meters{m}
corderolamb{m}
cordialcordial{adj}
cordialmentebest regards (polite closing of a letter){adv}
cordialmentecordially{adv}
cordilleramountain range, cordillera{f}
cordónlace, string{m}
cordónshoelace{m}
cordotomíacordotomy{f}
corduraprudence{f}
cordurareason{f}
cordurasanity{f}
CoreaKorea{prop}
Corea del NorteNorth Korea{prop}
Corea del SurSouth Korea{prop}
coreanaKorean (person from Korea){f}
coreanoKorean (relating to the Korean Peninsula){adj}
coreanoKorean (language){m}
coreanoKorean (person from Korea){m}
corearto chant{v}
coreografíachoreography{f}
coriónicochorionic{adj}
corionchorion{m}
cormocorm{m} [botany]
cormoráncormorant{m}
CoránQur'an (the Islamic holy book){prop}
cornadaA wound inflicted by a horn, usually the horn of a bull in the context of bullfighting{f}
cornamentaantler, horn{f}
cornealcorneal{adj}
cornearto gore (to pierce with the horns){v}
cornejacrow{f}
cornejoThe cornel{m}
CornelioCornelius{prop} [biblical character]
Corneliomale given name, cognate to Cornelius{prop}
cornetahorn (musical instrument){f}
cornisacornice{f}
cornisacrown molding{f}
cornisaTop of a pedestal cornice on a building or room{f}
cornocornel{m}
cornoThe horn (musical instrument){m}
CornuallesCornwall{prop}
cornudillahammerhead shark{f}
cornudohorned, deceived (husband, wife or partner){adj}
cornudocuckold (deceived husband, wife or partner){m}
corochoir{m}
corolariocorollary, corollarum{m}
coronacrown{f}
coronacorona{f} [of a star]
coronacióncoronation{f}
coronarto crown{v}
coronelcolonel{m}
coronillacrown (of the head){f}
corpectomíacorpectomy{f}
corpiñobra; bodice{m} [Argentina]
corporacióncouncil{f}
corporaciónguild{f}
corporalcorporal, of or relating to the corpus or body, bodywide or systemic{adj}
corporalcorporal (linen cloth){m}
corporalmentebodily{adv}
corporativocorporate{adj}
corporomentalmental and physical; physico-mental, psychosomatic{adj}
corpóreocorporeal{adj}
corpulenciacorpulence, stoutness{f}
corralcorral{m}
correabelt{f}
correcaminosroadrunner{m}
correccióncorrection{f}
correccióncorrectness{f}
correctamentecorrectly{adv}
correctocorrect, right{adj}
correctowell-behaved{adj}
corredorrunning{adj}
corredorbroker{m}
corredorcorridor. hall{m}
corredorrunner{m}
corredorafeminine form of corredor{f}
corregenteruling together with another{adj}
corregiblecorrectable{adj}
corregiblecorrigible{adj}
corregidocorrected{adj}
corregidorcorrecting, correctional{adj}
corregidormagistrate, reeve (judicial officer with limited authority to administer and enforce the law){m}
corregirto correct{v}
correomail{m}
correo aéreoairmail{m}
correo electrónicoE-mail{m} [computing]
correospost office{m}
corrercourse, passing (of time){m} [uncountable]
correrto cop out, to shirk{vr} [Chile]
correrto have an orgasm{vr} [Spain]
correrto walk away{vr}
correrto chase away, drive away{v}
correrto elapse (time){v}
correrto flow{v}
correrto go around, spread (rumors){v}
correrto run{v}
correrto rush{v}
correrto throw out; to fire; to expel{v}
correríaraid{f} [military]
correríatravel, round-trip{f}
correrse(explicit) to ejaculate, to cum, to have an orgasm{v}
correrseto move{v}
correspondenciacorrespondence{f}
corresponderTo correspond to (be similar in character, quantity, quality, origin, structure, function etc.){vi}
correspondientecorresponding{adj}
correspondienterespective{adj}
corresponsalcorrespondent{mf}
corretajebrokerage{m}
corretearto persecute, chase{v} [Latin America]
corretearto ramble{v}
corretearto run around, run about{v}
corridaA bullfight{f} [bullfighting]
corridaoutcrop{f} [geology]
corridasprint, run, dash{f}
corridaorgasm; cumshot{f} [vulgar slang]
corrida de torosbullfight, literally "running of bulls"{f}
corrientecommon, usual{adj}
corrientecurrent (fluid or electricity){f}
corriente alternaalternating current{f}
corrientementecommonly, usually{adv}
corroring, circle (of people, held hand to hand){m}
corroboracióncorroboration{f}
corroborarto corroborate{v}
corroerto corrode{vt}
corromperto bribe, to pervert{v}
corromperto corrupt{v}
corromperto rot{v}
corrompidamentecorruptly{adv}
corrosióncorrosion{f}
corrosivocorrosive{adj}
corrugarto corrugate{v}
corrupcióncorruption; taint{f}
corruptamentecorruptly, viciously{adv}
corruptibilidadcorruptibility{f}
corruptiblecorruptible{adj}
corruptocorrupt{adj}
corruptocorrupted{adj}
corruptorcorrupter, misleader{m}
corsécorset (woman's garment){m}
corsariocorsair{m}
corseleteA Spanish royal bodyguard in full armour{m} [history]
cortaúñasnail clipper{m}
cortabolsaspickpocket{mf} [colloquial]
cortacéspedlawnmower{m}
cortadoadjusted, proportioned{adj}
cortadoashamed{adj}
cortadochopped{adj}
cortadochoppy, disconnected{adj} [said of a writing style]
cortadothickened, coagulated{adj}
cortadoA coffee or espresso with a small amount of warm milk added{m}
cortadorcutting{adj}
cortadorincisor (tooth){m} [anatomy]
cortadorbutcher{m}
cortadorchopping board{m}
cortadorcutter{m}
cortador de céspedlawnmower{m} [South America]
cortador de hierbalawnmower{m}
cortador de pastolawnmower{m}
cortahierbalawnmower{m}
cortantecutting{adj}
cortantebutcher{m}
cortapastolawnmower{m}
cortaplumaspenknife{m}
cortarto stop an action{v} [Chile, informal]
cortarto shut off{v} [Chile]
cortarto carve, to engrave{v}
cortarto cut{v}
cortarto haircut{v}
cortarto hang up, to terminate a telephone call{v}
cortar el rolloTo poop the party{v} [idiom]
cortarrolloskilljoy, party pooper{m} [colloquial, Spain]
cortecourt{f}
cortecut, haircut{m}
corte de pelohair cut{m}
cortejarto court{v}
cortejocourtship{m}
corte militarA buzzcut, military hair cut, or crewcut{m}
CortesAny of several legislative assemblies of Spain and Portugal{prop}
cortesíacourtesy{f}
cortesíapoliteness{f}
corte superiorsuperior court{f} [US Spanish]
cortezaThe bark of a tree{f}
cortezaThe crust of a loaf of bread{f}
cortezaThe rind or peel of a fruit{f}
corticotomíacorticotomy{f} [surgery]
cortinacurtain{f}
cortisolcortisol{m} [steroid hormone]
cortoshort (length or time){adj}
cortoa glass of pure liquor{m} [Chile]
cortéspolite, with courtesy{adj}
coruñésof or from La Coruña{adj}
coruñésSomeone from La Coruña{m}
corvinameagre{f}
corzoroe deer{m}
cosathing{f}
coscojaholm oak, Quercus ilex{f}
coscojakermes oak, Quercus coccifera{f}
coscorrónalcoholic beverage, usually tequila, served in a little thin glass with a little soda beverage whose content is drunk very quickly after hitting the glass against the table (glass is covered with a napkin and hands during this action to avoid liquid spill){m} [Mexico]
coscorrónnoogie [US]{m}
cosecantecosecant{m} [trigonometry]
cosechaharvest{f}
cosechavintage (of wine){f}
cosechadorharvester{m}
cosecharto harvest{v}
cosenocosine{m} [trigonometry]
coseno versocoversed sine{m} [trigonometry]
coserto sew{v}
coser y cantarA piece of cake{phrase} [idiomatic]
cosido a faldasTo be dependent on someone, to be tied to their skirts{phrase}
cosificaciónreification{f}
cositadiminutive form of cosa{f}
cosmogónicocosmogonic{adj}
cosmogoníacosmogony{f}
cosmologíacosmology{f}
cosmonautacosmonaut{mf}
cosmopolitacosmopolitan{adj}
cosmopolitacosmopolite (cosmopolitan person){mf}
cosmoscosmos (herbs of the genus Cosmos){m}
cosmosspace (area beyond the atmosphere of planets){m}
cosmosuniverse{m}
cosméticocosmetic{adj}
cosoalternative form of cosa; thing{m} [Argentina]
cosoroad, way{m} [obsolete]
cosobullring{m} [Spain, dated]
cosquillatickle (the act of tickling){f}
cosquillearto tickle{v}
cosquilleotickling{m}
cosquillosoticklish{adj}
costacoast, shore{f}
costaexpense, costs in certain expressions{f}
Costa de MarfilIvory Coast, Côte d'Ivoire{prop}
costadoside{m}
costarto cost{v}
costarto find (something) very difficult{v}
Costa RicaCosta Rica{prop}
costarricenseCosta Rican{adj}
costarricenseCosta Rican{mf}
costarriqueñoCosta Rican{adj}
costarriqueñoCosta Rican{m}
costar un ojo de la carato cost a pretty penny, cost an arm and a leg{v} [idiomatic]
costecost{m}
costearto pay for; to finance{v}
costeracoast{f}
costeraslope{f}
costerocoastal{adj}
costillaa type of biscuit or cookie filled with jam{f} [Costa Rica]
costillarib{f}
costillarrib (cut of meat enclosing rib bones){m}
costocost{m}
costosamentecostly, expensively, extravagantly{adv}
costosocostly, expensive{adj}
costracrust{f}
costrascab{f}
costumbrecustom, tradition{f}
costumbrehabit{f}
costuraseam{m} [in clothing or machinery]
costuraneedlework{m}
costurerafemale sewer{f}
costurerosewer (person who sews){m}
costurerosewing box{m}
cotacoat of arms{f}
cotaelevation{f}
cotamail (armor){f}
cotangentecotangent{f} [trigonometry]
cotataberikotataberry{f}
cotataskotataberry{f}
cotejarto collate{v}
cotidianamentedaily, on a daily basis, quotidianly{adv}
cotidianoquotidian{adj}
cotiledóncotyledon{m} [botany]
cotillagossip{mf} [colloquial]
cotillearto gossip{v}
cotilleogossip{m}
cotillóncotillion{m}
cotillónparty{m}
cotizaciónprice quote, appraisal{f}
cotizarto esteem or regard highly{v}
cotizarto pay or set a quota{v}
cotizarto quote or set a price{v}
cotoenclosed area of land{m}
cotohowler monkey{m}
cotolandmark{m}
cotogoiter{m} [Latin America]
cotolimit, boundary{m}
cotomandate{m} [obsolete]
cotosculpin (fish){m}
cotowildlife preserve; land preserve{m}
cotorraA chatterbox{f}
cotorraA magpie{f}
cotorraA small parrot{f}
cotorrearto chatter{v}
cotorropretty, attractive{adj} [Mexico]
cotransportadorcotransporter{m} [biochemistry]
coulombcoulomb{m}
CovaA nickname of Covadonga{prop}
covachadoghouse{f}
covachajunk room{f}
covachasmall cave{f}
covachasmall or poor dwelling; hovel{f}
CovadongaA village in Asturias{prop}
Covadongafemale given name{prop}
coxalhip bone, innominate bone{m}
coyopacleA kind of medicinal plant{m}
coyotecoyote (canine){m}
coyotecoyote (smuggler of illegal immigrants){m} [Mexico]
coyotefixer, middleman{m} [Mexico]
coyunturasituation{f}
cozkick (of an animal){f}
cápsulacapsule{f}
cúpulacupola{f}
críachildrearing{f}
críakid{f} [colloquial]
críakid, pup, cria{f}
críalitter{f}
-cracia-cracy{suffix}
crackcrack (variety of cocaine){m}
crackexcellent sportsman{m}
cranealcranial (pertaining to the cranium){adj}
craneologíacraniology{f}
craneotomíacraniotomy{f} [surgery]
craniectomíacraniectomy{f}
crasocrass{adj}
crasothick{adj}
crasounpardonable{adj}
-crata-crat{suffix}
cárcelprison{f}
círculocircle{m}
círculo viciosovicious circle{m}
cúrcumaturmeric (plant and spice){f}
créditocredit{m}
CórdobaCórdoba{prop}
crédulogullible{adj}
creacióncreation{f}
creacióninvention{f}
creacionismocreationism{m}
creacionistacreationistic{adj}
creacionistacreationist{mf}
creadorcreator{m}
crearto create{v}
creatinacreatine{f} [organic compound]
creatininacreatinine{f} [organic compound]
creativamentecreatively{adv}
creatividadcreativity{f}
creativocreative{adj}
creíblecredible, believable{adj}
crecerto grow{v}
crecidogrown{adj}
crecientecrescent, of a waxing moon{adj}
crecienteincreasing{adj}
crecimientogrowth{m}
credencialcredential{adj}
credencialdocumentary evidence of one's entitlement to credit or authority; credentials or documents{f}
credibilidadcredibility{f}
crediticiorelating to credit{adj}
credoCreed{m} [pray]
credocreed{m} [religion]
creídobig-headed, conceited, stuck up, arrogant{adj}
creenciabelief{f}
creerTo believe{vt}
creerTo think, believe, be of the opinion{vt}
cremacreme (cosmetic product){f}
cremacreme soup{f}
cremamess (disorder){f} [Latin America, colloquial]
cremacreme (dairy product){f} [Latin America]
cremadieresis{f} [rare]
cremallerazip fastener; zipper{f}
crema pasteleraconfectioner's cream{f}
cremarto cremate{v}
crematoriocrematory{adj}
crematoriocrematorium{m}
cremitadiminutive form of crema{f}
cremosocreamy{adj}
cremástercremaster{m}
crepacrêpe{f}
crepitanterales, crackles{m}
crepitarto crackle{v}
crepúsculodusk{m}
crepúsculotwilight{m}
cresolcresol{m} [organic compound]
crespofrizzy (especially of hair){adj}
crespocurl{m}
crestaComb (of a chicken or other bird){f}
crestacrest (of an animal){f}
crestaMohawk hairstyle{f}
crestaridge (of a wave){f}
crestaSharp peaks (of a mountain){f}
crestashit (failure){interj} [Chile]
crestomatíachrestomathy{f}
cretáceoCretaceous{adj}
Cretáceothe Cretaceous{n}
cretácicoCretaceous{adj}
Cretácicothe Cretaceous{n}
cretinezstupidity{f}
cretinismocretinism (the disease){m}
cretinoAffected by cretinism; cretinous{adj}
cretinoStupid{adj}
cretinoAn idiot{m}
cretinoA person affected by cretinism{m}
creyentebelieving{adj}
creyentereligious, pious, devout{adj}
criadaservant, maidservant{f}
criaderoa nursery or a place for breeding animals, especially livestock and seedlings{m} [botany, animal husbandry]
criaditasoubrette{f}
criadoservant, maidservant{m}
crianzaeducation{f}
crianzaupbringing{f}
criarto rear (e.g., a child){v}
criaturababy{f}
criaturachild{f}
criaturacreature{f}
cribasieve{f}
cribarto sieve, sift{v}
cricotiroideocricothyroid{m}
crimenviolent crime (for non-violent crimes use delito){m}
criminalcriminal{adj}
criminalA criminal{mf}
crinmane{f}
crio-cryo-{prefix}
criogeniacryogenics{f}
criogénicocryogenic{adj}
criollocreole{adj}
criolloLatin American{adj}
criolloUnmixed European-descended Latin American{adj} [Latin America]
criollocreole{m}
criolloLatin American of unmixed European descent{m} [Latin America]
criolloLatin American{m}
criollo haitianoHaitian Creole{prop}
criopreservacióncryopreservation{f}
criptacrypt{f}
criptónalternative spelling of kriptón{m}
criptozoologíacryptozoology{f}
criquetistacricketer{mf}
crisantemochrysanthemum{m}
crisisA crisis{f}
crisisAn attack; fit{f}
crisis de comportamientobehavioral crisis{f}
crisis de migrañaA recurrent series of migraines which may be diagnosed by a doctor as a medical issue{f}
crisis de migrañamigraine attack{f}
crismachrism{mf}
crisoberilochrysoberyl{m}
crisolcrucible{m}
crisoprasachrysoprase{f}
crisparto irritate{v}
cristacrest (of a helmet){f}
cristadelfianoChristadelphian{adj}
cristadelfianoChristadelphian{m}
cristalcrystal{m}
cristalglass, glassware{m}
cristaleríaglassware{f}
cristaleríaglassware shop{f}
cristaleríaglasswork{f}
cristalinocrystalline{adj}
cristalinolens{m} [anatomy]
cristalizarto crystallize{v}
cristalografíacrystallography{f}
cristalográficocrystallographic{adj}
cristaloidecrystalloid{f}
Cristóbalmale given name, equivalent to Christopher{prop}
cristiandadChristianity, Christendom{f}
cristianismoChristianity{prop}
cristianizarto Christianize{v}
cristianoChristian (of the Christian religion){adj}
cristianoChristian (member of the Christian religion){m}
cristianísimomost Christian, often in reference to the French monarchs, who are styled "His Most Christian Majesty" (= el rey cristianísimo){adj}
Cristinafemale given name, equivalent to Christina{prop}
CristoChrist{prop}
criteriocriterion{m}
criticarto criticize{v}
criticóncaptious, cavilling, nitpicky{adj}
criticónfussbudget{m}
córneacornea{f} [anatomy]
córneohorny (hard or bony){adj}
cráneoskull, cranium{m}
crónicachronicle{f}
crónicamentechronically{adv}
córnicoCornish{prop}
crónicochronic{adj}
críokid{m} [colloquial]
croacribbit{m}
CroaciaCroatia{prop}
croarto ribbit or croak{v}
croataSerbo-Croatian (person){f}
croataSerbo-Croatian (language){prop}
crolcrawl (swimming style){m}
cromatóforochromatophore{m}
cromatinachromatin{f}
cromitachromite{f}
cromómerochromomere{m} [genetics]
cromochromium{m}
cromoplastochromoplast{m} [cytology]
cromoproteínachromoprotein{f} [protein]
cromosómicochromosomal{adj}
cromosomachromosome{m}
cromáticochromatic{adj}
cromáticochromatic scale{adj} [music]
cromátidachromatid{f} [genetics]
cronómetrochronometer{m}
cronogramatimeline{m}
cronológicamentechronologically{adv}
cronológicochronological{adj}
cronologíachronology{f}
cronometrarto time (using a timer){v}
croquetacroquette{f}
croquisA sketch{m}
crotonatocrotonate{adj}
crotoxinacrotoxin{f} [protein]
críptidocryptid{m} [cryptozoology]
crápulacrapula{f}
crápuladrunkenness{f}
críquetcricket (sport){m}
cársticoalternative spelling of kárstico{adj}
Crta.abbreviation of carretera (highway){f}
crótalorattlesnake{m}
cártelcartel{m}
crátercrater{m}
críticacriticism{f}
críticafeminine form of crítico{f}
críticamentecritically{adv}
críticocritical{adj}
críticocritic{m}
cruasáncrescent (shape){m}
cruasáncroissant (a flaky roll or pastry in a form of a crescent){m}
cruceaction, effect or product of crossbreeding{m}
cruceaction of cross or traverse (a room, street, sea, etc.), or time elapsed for it{m}
crucecrossroads{m}
crucecrosswalk{m}
cruce peatonalpedestrian overpass{n}
crucerocruise{m}
crucerocruiser{m}
crucialcrucial{adj}
crucificarto crucify, nail to a cross{v}
crucificarto torment{v}
crucifijocrucifix{m}
crucifixióncrucifixion; execution on a cross{f}
crucigramacrossword{m}
crudoraw (uncooked){adj}
crudoundercooked, rare, underdone{adj}
crudocrude oil{m}
crudodish made of raw meat or fish{m}
cruelcruel{adj}
crueldadcruelty{f}
cruelmentecruelly{adv}
cruentobloody{adj}
crujientecrunchy, crispy{adj}
crujirto rustle{v}
cruralcrural{adj} [anatomy]
crustáceocrustacean{m}
cruzcross{f}
Cruzfemale given name{prop}
CruzSpanish surname{prop}
cruzadacrusade{f}
cruzadocrossed{adj}
cruzadocrusader{m}
cruzamientocrossing; cross (point at which two or more things overlap){m}
cruzarto cross{v}
cruzarto crossbreed{v}
cruzarto exchange (words){v}
cruzarto fold (arms, even legs){v}
cruz gamadaswastika{f}
cérvidoCervid{m}
cérvixcervix (lower portion of the uterus){m}
csabbreviation of cucharadas{abbr}
CSChiapas (Mexican state){abbr}
césarcaesar (roman emperor){m}
CésarCaesar{prop}
Césarmale given name{prop}
cáscaraA peel or rind, as of a fruit{f}
cáscaraA shell, as of an egg, snail, or bivalve{f}
cósmicocosmic{adj}
céspedgrass{m}
céspedlawn{m}
cúspidepeak; zenith{f}
cástingcasting{m}
cítarazither (musical instrument){f}
cátodocathode{m}
cítricocitric{adj}
cuName of the letter q{f}
cuñachock (for wheel){f}
cuñaconnections{f} [colloquial]
cuñainfluence, weight, pull{f} [colloquial]
cuñaslot, spot{f} [television, radio]
cuñaquoin{f} [typography]
cuñawedge{f}
cuacquack{n}
cuñadaSister-in-law{f}
cuadernonotebook{m}
cuñadoBrother-in-law{m}
cuadraA unit of length and area. Roughly equivalent to 100 meters or 1 hectare, respectively, although the exact size differs from country to country{f} [Latin America]
cuadracity block{f} [Latin America]
cuadradosquare{adj}
cuadradosquare (shape){m} [geometry]
cuadradosquare (product){m} [mathematics]
cuadrado cruralquadratus femoris{m}
cuadrado lumbarquadratus lumborum{m}
cuadragésimofortieth{adj}
cuadragésimofortieth{m}
cuadrangularquadrangular{adj}
cuadrantequadrant{m}
cuadrarto conform{v}
cuadrarto please{v}
cuadrarto square{v}
cuadrículagrid (rectangular array of squares or rectangles of equal size){f}
cuadricicloATV{f}
cuadrilingüequadrilingual{adj}
cuadriláteroquadrilateral{m} [geometry]
cuadringentésimofour hundredth{adj}
cuadroinfield{m}
cuadropainting{m}
cuadropicture{m}
cuadrosquad{m}
cuadrosquare{m}
cuadroidesquaroid{adj}
cuadro vivoAn arrangement of figures or actors as if in a painting; a tableau{m}
cuadrúpedoA quadruped{m}
cuadráticoquadratic{adj}
cuadruplicarTo quadruple{v}
cuajadaA dessert from northern Spain. It consists of a thick-set yogurt made from sheep's milk, and is commonly flavored with honey{f}
cuajadamilk curd{f}
cuajarto please{v} [colloquial]
cuajarto curdle{v}
cuajarto gel{v}
cuajocurd{m}
cuajorennet{m}
cual(for an object) which{pron}
cual(for a person) whom{pron}
cualidadquality (property or attribute){f}
cualificarto qualify{v}
cualitativoqualitative{adj}
cualquieraany, whatever, whichever{adj}
cualquieraa female prostitute{f} [slang]
cualquieraa person of no import; a nobody{m}
cualquieraanyone, whoever, whomever{pron}
cuanhow, to what extent{adv}
cuandowhen{adv}
cuandowhen{conj}
cuando llueve, diluviawhen it rains, it pours{proverb}
cuantíaquantity{f}
cuantiosoabundant; copious{adj}
cuantitativoquantitative{adj}
cuantofew; quite a few. A handful{adj} [after “
cuantoas much [of]; as many; however much; however many{adj}
cuantoas many things or people, all{adj} [used in plural]
cuantohowever much; however many; (constructing parallel comparatives) “the..., the...”{adj} [with comparatives]
cuantoas much; however much; in whatever quantity{adv}
cuantoquantum{m} [physics]
cuantohowever much concern; “regard”; regarding; as for{pron} [in “
cuantoas much time; “the moment”; “the meantime”{pron} [in “
cuantowhatever quantity, as much, however much{pron}
cuanto antesas soon as possible, ASAP{phrase}
cuarentaforty{cardinal num} [cardinal]
cuarentenaquarantine{f}
cuarentónfortysomething{m}
CuaresmaLent{prop}
cuartawhip, notably riding whip{f} [Mexico]
cuarteadocut up{adj}
cuarteadoquartered{adj}
cuartearto quarter{v}
cuartelbarracks{m}
cuartelmilitary headquarters{m}
cuartelquarters{m}
cuarterónquadroon (person of one-quarter African descent){m}
cuartetofoursome{n}
cuartetoquartet{n}
cuartillacuartilla (money){f}
cuartillasheet of paper{f}
cuartitodiminutive form of cuarto, a small room{m}
cuartofourth{adj}
cuartomoney{m} [Andalucian, slang]
cuartofourth in a series{m}
cuartoquarter{m}
cuartoroom, enclosed section of a structure{m}
cuarto de bañobathroom{m}
cuarto oscurodarkroom{m}
cuarzoquartz (mineral){m}
cuarzo ahumadosmoky quartz{m}
cuasiquasi, almost{adv}
cuasipartículaquasiparticle{f}
cuatebuddy, friend{m} [Mexico]
cuatetwin{m} [Mexico]
cuaternarioquaternary{adj}
cuaternarioQuaternary{m} [geology]
cuaterniónquaternion{m}
cuatricicloATV{f}
cuatridimensionalfour-dimensional{adj}
cuatrimestrethat is four months long{adj}
cuatrimestreperiod of four months{m}
cuatrimotoATV{f}
cuatrofour{cardinal num} [cardinal]
cuatroA four-stringed guitar with the first string a fifth below, instead of a fourth above, the second{m}
cuatrocientasfeminine form of cuatrocientos{num}
cuatrocientosfour hundred{num}
cuatro gatosVery few people. Almost nobody{m} [idiomatic]
cuatro ojos ven más que dosto two heads are better than one{proverb} [idiomatic]
CuauhtémocCuauhtémoc (Aztec ruler){prop}
CuauhtémocCuauhtémoc (borough){prop}
Cuauhtémocmale given name{prop} [Mexico]
cubabarrel{f}
CubaCuba{prop}
cubanaCuban (someone from Cuba){f}
cubanatitfuck, titwank (mammary intercourse){f}
cubanitodiminutive form of cubano{m}
cubanoCuban{adj}
cubanoCuban (a person from Cuba){m}
cubatadark rum and coke{f}
cubículocubicle{m}
cuberteríacutlery{f}
cubetabucket (container){f}
cubeteraice cube tray{f}
cubicacióncubic measurement, measurement of volume{f}
cubicacióncubing{f}
cubicarto cube{v}
cubicarto determine the volume of something{v}
cubiertacover{f}
cubiertadeck{f} [nautical]
cubiertocovered{adj}
cubiertocutlery{m}
cubilA lair or den{m}
cubileteA cup, especially one used for a dice game{m}
cubileteA dish consisting of ground meat and stock{m}
cubilete(small) cake mould{m}
cubiletesmall cube (e.g. a stock cube){m}
cubismocubism{m}
cubistacubist, cubistic{adj} [arts]
cubistacubist{mf} [arts]
cubital anteriorflexor carpi ulnaris{m}
cubobucket{m}
cubocube{m}
cuboidecuboid{m} [geometry]
cuboidescuboid bone{m}
cubrecamabedspread{m}
cubrefuegocurfew{m}
cubrirto cover oneself{vr}
cubrirto cover{vt}
cucúdemented, crazy{adj} [colloquial]
cucúcuckoo{m}
cucachufa, earth almond, Cyperus esculentus{f} [botany]
cucawoman who likes to gamble{f} [colloquial]
cucacaterpillar{f} [entomology]
cucarachacockroach{f}
CáucasoCaucasus{prop}
cucharacunt{f} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Venezuela, colloquial]
cucharaspoon{f}
cucharadaA spoonful, tablespoon: the quantity held in a tablespoon{f}
cucharada de téteaspoon (unit of measure){f}
cucharaditaA teaspoon, spoonful, teaspoonful: the quantity held in a teaspoon{f}
cucharillateaspoon{f}
cucharitaA teaspoon{f}
cucharónladle, scoop, large spoon{m}
cuchichearto whisper{v}
cuchicheowhisper, whispering{m}
cuchillablade of a sword{f}
cuchillacleaver{f}
cuchillagore (of a road){f}
cuchillahogback{f}
cuchillaknife{f}
cuchilleroknife salesman; cutler{m}
cuchillitodiminutive form of cuchillo: little knife; small knife{m}
cuchilloblade of knife{m}
cuchilloknife{m}
cuchitrilhovel{m}
cuclillasquat{f} [weighlifting]
cuclillocuckold{m}
cuclillocuckoo (bird){m}
cucodevil{m} [Chile]
cucocuckoo{m}
cucosandman{m}
cucumisinacucumisin{f} [protein]
cucuruchoA cone made of paper, cardboard, or other material and used to contain candy, confections or other small items{m}
cucuruchoAn elongated paper cone draped in cloth and worn as a hood. Such a hood is traditionally worn by some participants of Holy Week processions in several Hispanic countries{m}
cucuruchoThe highest part of a tree, house, building, etc{m} [colloquial, Caribbean, Central America]
cucuruchohill{m} [colloquial, Colombia, Honduras, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Venezuela]
cucuruchosummit (of a hill or mountain){m} [colloquial, Costa Rica, Honduras]
cudiciaobsolete form of codicia{f}
cuádricepsquadriceps{m}
cuellocollar (part of a shirt fitting around the neck){m}
cuelloneck{m}
cuello de botellabottleneck{m}
cuencaeye socket{f} [anatomy]
cuencavalley{f}
cuencawatershed, catchment basin{f}
cuencobowl{m}
cuentaaccount{f}
cuentabill{f}
cuentareport{f}
cuentacuentosstoryteller{mf}
cuentagotasdropper{m}
cuenta regresivacountdown{f}
cuentas analesanal beads{f}
cuenteroinformer, tattler{m}
cuentostory{m}
cuento de hadasfairy tale{m}
cuerda3929 square meters{f} [Caribbean]
cuerdastring (of a musical stringed instrument){f} [music]
cuerdarope{f}
cuerdoprudent{adj}
cuerdosane{adj}
cuernoAK-47 (Mexico and Central America){m}
cuernocroissant{m}
cuernohorn{m}
cuernosexual or marital infidelity{m} [usually, in the plural, colloquial]
cueroanimal skin, hide{m}
cueroprostitute{m} [Dominican Republic, slang]
cueroleather{m}
cuero cabelludoscalp{m}
cuerpobody{m}
cuerpoobject{m}
cuerpo basalbasal body{m} [cytology]
cuerpo de aguabody of water{n}
cuerporruínwhippoorwill{m}
cuervocrow (the bird){m}
cuervoraven{m}
cuestaslope (acclivity or declivity){f}
cuestiónmatter, question, issue{f}
cuestión de tiempoa matter of time{f} [idiomatic]
cuestionablequestionable{adj}
cuestionamientoaction or effect of questioning{m}
cuestionarto question{v}
cuestionarioquestionnaire{m}
cuevacave{f}
cuicafeminine form of: cuico{f}
cuicoA rich person, a snob, a social climber{m}
cuidadocare{m}
cuidadorkeeper, caretaker{m}
cuidadosamentecarefully{adv}
cuidadosocareful{adj}
cuidarto pay attention{v}
cuidarto take care of{v}
cuidarsereflexive form of cuidar To take care of oneself{vr}
cuitaworry, trouble, grief{m}
cuitlacochecorn smut{m} [Mexico]
cuálwhich, which one{pron} [interrogative pronoun, as part of a question]
culatastock (part of a rifle){f}
culatazohit with the back part of a gun{m}
culeadaassfucking{f}
culeadofucked person{adj} [Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Nicaragua, colloquial]
culearto fuck (sexually), especially in the anus{v} [vulgar, used in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Nicaragua, and, Venezuela]
culearto fuck (to abuse). [Compare the English use of fuck to express great displeasure with someone or something.]{v} [vulgar, used in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Nicaragua, and, Venezuela]
culebrasnake, serpent{f}
culebrearto meander{v}
culebrearto wiggle, to slither{v}
culebrearto zigzag{v}
culebrónsoap; soap opera{m}
culerougly, lackluster (unpleasant or possessing bad quality){adj} [Mexico]
culerodiaper{m}
culeroa homosexual person{m} [El Salvador, Honduras, vulgar, offensive]
culerocoward{m} [Mexico]
culeroa mean or bad person, a person who the speaker dislikes: an "asshole"{m} [Mexico, vulgar]
culerosluggard{m}
culiadoasshole{m} [vulgar, Chile]
culiarto fuck (have sex with){v} [vulgar, slang]
culitodiminutive form of culo{m}
culminaciónclimax{f}
culminarto culminate{v}
culminarto reach the highest point{v}
culónaugmentative form of culo: A person that is ass-heavy, a bubble butt, a rotund individual{m}
culoanus{m} [vulgar, slang, anatomy]
culoass, arse, booty, rear, behind, butt, buttocks{m} [vulgar, slang, anatomy]
culo del mundobumfuck nowhere{m}
culombiocoulomb (unit of electrical current){m}
culonafat-ass (woman with a large bottom){f}
culpafault{f}
culpaguilt{f}
culpabilidadculpability{f}
culpabilidadguilt{f}
culpableculpable{adj}
culpableguilty{adj}
culpableThe people responsible{mf}
culparto blame{v}
culposowrongful{adj} [legal]
cultivacióncultivation{f}
cultivadorgrower{m}
cultivarto cultivate; to grow (plants, etc.){v} [agriculture]
cultivarcultivar{v} [botany, agriculture]
cultivoculture (of bacteria){m}
cultivogrowing, cultivation{m}
cultoeducated{adj}
cultocult{m}
cultoworship{m}
culturaculture{f}
culturalcultural{adj}
culturalmenteculturally{adv}
culturarto cultivate{v}
culturismobodybuilding{m}
culturistaA bodybuilder{mf}
culturizaciónacculturation, enculturation{f}
cumarascal, common, vulgar person{m} [slang, Chile]
cumbresummit (gathering){f}
cumbresummit (peak of a mountain){f}
cumenocumene{m} [organic compound]
cumpleañerafeminine form of cumpleañero{f}
cumpleañeroA person who is celebrating his or her birthday{m} [Latin America]
cumpleañosbirthday{m}
cumplidopolite, thoughtful{adj}
cumplidocompliment{m}
cumplimentarto congratulate{v}
cumplimientocompliance{m}
cumplimientoformality{m}
cumplimientofulfillment, completion{m}
cumplirto complete{v}
cumplirto fulfil / fulfill{v}
cuánAccented form of cuan (used when exclamative){adv}
cunacradle{f}
cuncunacaterpillar (insect){f} [Chile]
cundirto propagate{v}
cuándo(interrogative) when{adv}
cunetaditch{f}
cunetaroadside ditch{f}
cuántafeminine form of cuánto{pron}
cuántas(in interrogative forms) how many{pron}
cuánticoquantum{adj}
cuántohow much; how many{adj}
cuántohow much; how many{adv}
cuántohow much?, how many?{pron} [interrogative]
cuánto cuestaHow much does it cost?{phrase}
cuánto esHow much does it cost?{phrase}
cuñostamp, mark{m} [figuratively]
cuñostamp, die-stamp{m} [technical]
cuotainstallment (portion of debt){f}
cuotaquota{f}
cupóncoupon, voucher{m}
cupón catalinacatalina coupon{n}
cupoquota{m}
cupularrotondacupolarotunda{f} [geometry]
curacure{f}
curapriest{m}
curablecurable{adj}
curacióncure, treatment{f}
curaciónrecovery, recuperation{f}
curadocured{adj}
curadodrunken, intoxicated, boozy{adj}
curadomature (of cheese, bacon etc.){adj}
curalparochial (pertaining to a parish){adj}
curanderafeminine form of curandero, female shaman{f}
curanderoquack: one who practices medicine without authority{m}
curanderoshaman, witch doctor{m}
curarto get drunk{vr} [curarse]
curarto bleach (linen){v}
curarto cure{v}
curarto cure, to salt, to smoke{v}
curarto dress (a wound){v}
curarto dress, to tan (animal hides){v}
curarto heal{v}
curarto intoxicate, make drunk{v}
curarto nurse, to treat{v}
curarto prepare{v}
curarto remedy (an evil){v}
curarto restore, to heal (the soul){v}
curarto ripen{v}
curarto season, to dry (wood){v}
curarecurare{m}
curativocurative{adj}
curcuminacurcumin{f} [organic compound]
curdaDrunkenness; drinking session{f}
curdaKurdish women{f}
curdoKurdish{adj}
curdoKurd (person){m}
curdoKurdish language{prop}
curiocurie{m}
curiocurium{m}
curiosearto snoop{v}
curiosidadcuriosity{f}
curiosocurious (person){adj}
curiosointeresting{adj}
curiosostrange{adj}
curitaband-aid{f}
currarto work{v} [colloquial]
currículocurriculum{m}
currículumcurriculum vitae{m}
currohandsome, good looking{adj} [colloquial]
currowork{m} [colloquial, Spain]
curroAndalusian immigrant living in America{m} [Cuba, Mexico]
currucaThe lesser whitethroat. (Sylvia curruca){f}
curruca capirotadaThe blackcap. A small bird{f}
currutacadiarrhea{f} [El Salvador, Nicaragua]
currycurry{m}
cursarto attend{v}
cursicorny, kitschy, chintzy{adj}
cursileríacorniness, mawkishness{f}
cursileríaSomething that is mawkish or corny{f}
cursillobrief course; tutorial{m}
cursilísimosuperlative form of cursi{adj}
cursivaitalics (letters in an italic typeface){f}
cursivoitalic{adj} [typography]
cursocourse{m}
cursorcursor{m}
curtidotanned{adj}
curtidoweather-beaten, leathery (of skin){adj}
curtidoa cabbage salad{m} [El Salvador]
curtidortanner{m}
curtidoratanner{f}
curtiduríatannery{f}
curtirto tan, cure (a hide){v}
cuórumquorum{m}
curvacurve{f}
curvarto bend{vt}
curvocurved; bent{adj}
cuásarquasar{m} [astronomy]
cuscurrocrouton{m}
cáusticoacrimonious; caustic{adj}
custodiacustody{f}
custodiasafekeeping{f}
custodiarto guard{v}
cutíticking{m}
cuáticascandal{f} [Chile, colloquial]
cuáticoA pretentious, annoying, and contemptuous, snob{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
cuáticocurious, rare{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
cuáticoexaggerated, scandalous{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
cutáneocutaneous{adj}
cuyguinea pig{m}
cuyguinea pig meat (eaten especially in the Andes; see the Wikipedia article){m}
cuyafeminine form of cuyo, "whose"{pron}
cuyasfeminine plural of cuyo, whose{pron}
cuyowhose{pron}
cívicocivil{adj}
cívicodomestic (of or relating to the home){adj}
cívicopatriotic{adj}
calcetín de Navidadchristmas stocking{m}