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dThe fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
D.{abbr} [l/es, Don]
díaPeriod of daylight: day{m}
díaPeriod of rotation of a planet: day (especially Earth's 24 hours day){m}
día a díaeveryday life{m}
dañadodamaged{adj}
dañarto condemn{vt} [obsolete]
dañarto damage, hurt{vt}
dablefeasible{adj}
dablepossible{adj}
dacagive it here{interj}
dacióna concession or hand over{f}
dacióna yielding{f}
dacriocistitisdacryocystitis{f}
dactilardigital (having to do or performed with a finger){adj}
dactilógrafafeminine form of dactilógrafo{f}
dactilógrafotypist{m}
dactilo-finger{prefix}
dactilografíatouch typing{f}
dactilografíatyping{f}
dactílicodactylic{adj}
-dadUsed in forming a noun to represent the property corresponding to an adjective; -ity{suffix}
dadaísmodadaism{m}
Día de la RazaColumbus Day{prop}
dadivosogenerous{adj}
dadoA die or dice{m} [gaming]
dado quegiven that{conj}
dagadagger{m}
daguerrotipiadaguerreotypy (art or technique of producing daguerreotypes){f}
daguerrotipodaguerreotype{m}
da igualI don't mind; whatever{phrase}
daimiodaimyo{m}
dañinodamaging{adj}
Dakota del NorteNorth Dakota{prop}
Dakota del SurSouth Dakota{prop}
daliadahlia{f}
dalmáticoDalmatian{adj}
dalmáticoDalmatian (language){m}
daltónicocolor blind{adj}
damaqueen{f} [chess]
damalady, dame{f}
dama de honorbridesmaid{f}
damascoapricot{m} [Latin America]
dame pan y llámame tontoIt doesn't matter what you say, so long as you feed me (literally: give me bread and call me stupid){proverb}
Damiánmale given name, cognate to English Damian{prop}
damánhyrax{m}
damnificadoaffected{adj}
damnificadoinjured{adj}
damnificadovictim{m}
Dan(Biblical character and tribe){prop} [l/en, Dan]
dançaobsolete spelling of danza{f}
dandidandy (man concerned with his appearance){m}
danesafeminine form of danés{f}
DanielDaniel{prop}
Danielmale given name{prop}
DanielThe letter D in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
Danielafemale given name, feminine form of Daniel{prop}
danésDanish (from or native to Denmark){adj}
danésDanish (pertaining to Denmark){adj}
danésa Dane{m}
danésthe Danish language{prop}
DanubioDanube{prop}
danzadance{f}
danzarto dance{v}
dañodamage{m}
dar+ por to assume{vr}
darto grow{vr}
darto hit oneself against{vr}
darto occur{vr}
darto realize or notice something{vr}
darto surrender{vr}
darto brag or boast about{v}
darto consider{vt}
darto emit{vt}
darto encounter; to run into{vt}
darto give{vt}
darto give; to stretch{vt}
darto hand over{vt}
darto hit{vt}
darto hit upon{vt}
darto overlook{vt}
darto perform{vt}
darto produce{vt}
dar abastoto cope (with a workload){v} [idiomatic]
dar a luzTo give birth. (Literally "to give to light"){v} [idiomatic]
dar brincosto jump, leap{v} [idiomatic]
dar carpetazoTo shelve; put to bed{v} [idiomatic]
dardodart{m}
dar ganasto make feel like{v}
dar gato por liebreto sell someone a pup{v} [idiomatic]
dar graciasto give thanks or say grace{v}
dar la espaldaTo turn one's back; to refuse to help or aid somebody{v} [idiomatic]
dar la tallato fill the bill{v} [idiomatic]
darle al temato get it on (have sex){v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
darle en la narizTo tell (have a suspicion){v} [idiomatic]
darmstadtiodarmstadtium{m}
dar penato be a pain{v} [idiomatic]
dar por el culoto fuck in the ass{v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
dar por el culoto fuck off, piss off (irritate){v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
dar por sentadoto take for granted, assume{v} [idiomatic]
dar por supuestotake for granted that something is true, without checking for proof{v}
darse cuentaTo notice; to realize; to figure out{v} [idiomatic]
darse de altato check in{v} [idiomatic]
darse de altato sign up{v} [idiomatic]
darse de bajato be/go on leave{v} [idiomatic]
darse de bajato cancel{v} [idiomatic]
darse de bajato check out{v} [idiomatic]
darse de bajato dismiss, sack{v} [idiomatic]
darse de naricesTo bump into (meet accidentally){v} [idiomatic]
darse el boteto take to one's heels, clear off{v} [idiomatic]
darse el fileteto make out, snog{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
darse el fileteto touch up, fondle{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
darse la gran vidato have a whale of a time, have the time of one's life{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
darse postínto show off{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
darse prisahurry (to speed up the rate){v}
dar vueltato flip{v}
dar vueltato turn, turn around{v}
darwinianoDarwinian{adj}
darwinismoDarwinism{m}
darwinistaDarwinian{adj}
darwinistaDarwinian, Darwinist{mf}
datadate (point of time at which a transaction or event takes place){f}
datarto date, to assign a date to{v}
datilerodate palm{m}
dativodative{adj} [grammar]
datodatum (a single piece of information){m}
DavidDavid{prop}
Davidmale given name{prop}
davilarto botch things up royally{v} [Chile, informal]
Dayanafemale given name{prop}
DíazSpanish surname derived from the given name Diego{prop}
dóbermanDobermann{m}
débilweak{adj}
débilmenteweakly{adv}
DéboraDeborah{prop} [biblical character]
Déborafemale given name{prop}
décadadecade{f}
dócildocile{adj}
décimotenth{adj}
décimotenth{m}
dúctilductile{adj}
dúctilmalleable; docile, gullible{adj} [figuratively]
dúctilmalleable{adj}
dáctilodactyl{m} [poetry]
DD. HH.human rights{initialism}
dádivagift{m}
deName of the letter d{f}
defrom{prep}
deof; ’s (but used after the thing owned and before the owner){prep}
deused to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns){prep}
DEADiploma de Estudios Avanzados (a tertiary education degree higher than a master's, but lower than a doctorate){initialism}
de acuerdoAgreeing, in agreement{adj}
de acuerdoAgreeing, in agreement{adv}
de acuerdo conaccording to{prep}
deambularto wander{vi}
de antologíaincredible{adj}
de aquí en adelantefrom now on; from this point on{adv} [idiomatic]
de arriba abajoup and down; from top to bottom{adv} [idiomatic]
debajobelow{adv}
de baldefor a song{adv}
de baldefor free, for nothing{adv}
de baldeleft over, unwanted{adv}
debatedebate, discussion{m}
debatirto debate{vt}
deberhomework (usually used in plural){m}
deberobligation, duty{m}
debermust{vt}
deberought to{vt}
deberto owe{vt}
debereshomework{mp}
debianeroA user of Debian{m}
debidamenteproperly{adv}
debidodue{adj}
debidoowed{adj}
debilidaddebility, weakness{f}
debilitarto weaken{v}
debiluchoweakling{m} [pejorative]
debitarto debit{v}
de bote en botepacked; full; full to the gills{adv} [idiomatic]
de buenas a primerasout of the blue; all of a sudden{adv} [idiomatic]
debutdebut{m}
debutarto debut{v}
debutarto lose one's virginity{v}
de cabezaupside down{phrase} [idiomatic]
decadenciadecadence{f}
decaerto decay{v}
decagonal{adj} [l/en, decagonal]
decagramodecagram{m}
decaimientodecay{m}
decalitrodecalitre / decaliter{m}
decanatodeanery{m}
decanodean (religious){m}
decanodecane{m} [organic compound]
decantarto decant{v}
decapitacióndecapitation, beheading{f}
decapitarto decapitate{v}
decatletadecathlete{n}
decatlónarchery{m}
decelerarto decelerate{v}
decenaten (set of ten){f}
decenciadecency{f}
decenciarespectability{f}
decenotenth{adj}
decentedecent{adj}
decepcióndisappointment{f}
decepcionantedisappointing{adj}
decepcionarTo disappoint{v}
decágonodecagon{m} [geometry]
dechadoexample of something to copy{m}
dechadomodel of behaviour{m}
decidibledecidable{adj}
decididodecided{adj}
decididopurposeful{adj}
decidirto decide{v}
deciduodeciduous{adj} [botany]
deciembreobsolete spelling of diciembre{m}
decigramodecigram{m}
decimoctavoeighteenth{adj}
decimoctavoeighteenth{m}
decimocuartofourteenth{adj}
decimocuartofourteenth{m}
decimonónicoOf or pertaining to the 19th century{adj}
decimonovenonineteenth{adj}
decimonovenonineteenth{m}
decimoquintofifteenth{adj}
decimoquintofifteenth{m}
decimosextosixteenth{adj}
decimosextosixteenth{m}
decimoséptimoseventeenth{adj}
decimoséptimoseventeenth{m}
decimotercerothirteenth{adj}
decimotercerothirteenth{m}
decirto call; to name{v}
decirto say{v}
decirto show; to demonstrate{v}
decirto speak{v}
decirto tell{v}
decir piroposTo flirt; to make flattering comments{v}
decisióndecision{f}
decisivodecisive{adj}
declamarto declaim{v}
declaraciónstatement{f}
declaración de impuestostax return{f}
declararto declare, to state{v}
declinacióndeclension{f}
declinarto lean (hang outwards){vr}
declinarto decline{vt}
declivedecline{m}
decámetrodecametre{m}
decodificarto decode{v}
decolarto take off{v}
decolorarto bleach{v}
decomisarto confiscate{v}
decoracióndecoration{f}
decoradodecorated{adj}
decoradoset, scenery{m} [cinema, theater]
decoradodecoration{m}
decoradorecitation{m}
decoradordecorator{m}
decorarto decorate{v}
decorarto recite{v}
decorativodecorative{adj}
decrecerto decrease{v}
decrecidodecreased{adj}
decrecientedecreasing{adj}
decrepituddecrepitude{f}
decretarto decree{v}
decretodecree{m}
decreto judicialwrit{n}
decrépitodecrepit{adj}
dedalthimble{m}
dedicacióndedication{f}
dedicadodedicated{adj}
dedicarTo dedicate{v}
dedicarsereflexive form of dedicar To devote oneself{vr}
dedicarsereflexive form of dedicar To engage oneself with (work){vr}
deditodiminutive form of dedo (finger; toe){m}
de dónde eresWhere are you from?{phrase}
de dónde es UstedWhere are you from?{phrase}
dedodigit{m}
dedofinger{m}
dedotoe{m}
dedo meñiquelittle finger{m}
dedo pulgarbig toe{m}
dedo pulgarthumb{m}
deduccióndeduction{f}
deducirto deduce, to deduct, to infer{v}
de esta manerathus (in this way or manner){adv}
defecacióndefecation{f}
defecarto defecate{v}
defectodefault{m}
defectodefect{m}
defectodeficiency{m}
defectofault{m}
defectoflaw{m}
defectuosodefective (having one or more defects){adj}
defenderto defend (contra, de - against, from){v}
defenderto prohibit{v}
defenestracióndefenestration{f}
defenestrarTo defenestrate{v}
defenestrarTo fire, to expel someone from a position of power{v}
defensabumper{f} [automotive]
defensadefense{f}
defensaretaining wall{f}
defensaback{m} [sports]
defensivadefensive{f}
defensivamentedefensively{adv}
defensivodefensive{adj}
defensordefending{adj}
defensoradvocate{m}
defensordefender{m}
defeñoof or relating to Mexico's Federal District, Mexico City{adj} [Mexico]
defeñoperson from Mexico D.F{m} [Mexico]
deficienciadeficiency{f}
definicióndefinition{f}
definición(plural): rules, statutes{f}
definidoclear{adj}
definidodefinite{adj}
definirto define{v}
definitivamentedefinitely{adv}
definitivodefinitive; conclusive{adj}
deflacióndeflation{f}
deflactardeflate{v} [finance]
deflagracióndeflagration (intense fire){f}
deflagrarto deflagrate{v}
deflexióndeflection, deflexion{f}
defoliantedefoliant{m}
defoliarto defoliate{v}
deformacióndeformation{f}
deformarto deform or disfigure{v}
deformidaddeformity{f}
defraudarto defraud{v}
defuncióndecease, death{f}
degeneracióndegeneration{f}
degenerarto degenerate{v}
deglutirto swallow{vt} [formal]
degollarTo cut the throat{v}
de golpesuddenly; all of a sudden{adv} [idiomatic]
de gorragratis; for free; for nothing{adv} [idiomatic]
degradacióndegradation{f}
degradarto degrade, to debase{v}
degustaciónthe action of tasting, sampling{f}
degustarto taste{v}
de hechoin fact{adv}
dehesameadow, pasture{f}
dehydrogenizadodehydrogenated{adj}
deicidadeicidal{adj}
deicidiodeicide{m}
deidaddeity{f}
deificarto make a god of; to deify{v}
de inmediatoimmediately{adv}
dejadosloppy, lax (person){adj}
dejarto allow oneself to be{vr}
dejarto grow{vr}
dejarto leave behind; to forget{vr}
dejarto let oneself go{vr}
dejarto abandon{vt}
dejarto allow{vt}
dejarto cease, stop (doing something){vt}
dejarto leave{vt}
dejarto let{vt}
dejarto let go{vt}
dejar plantadoto jilt, to let down, to leave in the lurch{v}
delof the, from the (+ a masculine noun in singular){contraction}
delaciónaccusation{f}
DelacruzSpanish surname{prop}
delantalapron{m}
delantein front of, forwards{adv}
delanteroforward{adj}
delanterofront{adj}
delatarto betray{v}
delatarto reveal, inform{v}
delatortelltale{adj}
delatorbetrayer, accuser{m}
delatorinformer{m}
delatorafeminine form of delator{f}
Delaware{prop} [l/en, Delaware]
del culofucking (used as an intensifier){adv} [idiomatic, vulgar]
del dicho al hecho hay mucho trechoThat's easier said than done{proverb}
del dicho al hecho hay mucho trechoThings are easier said than done{proverb}
delectacióndelectation{f}
delegacióndelegation{f}
delegada(female) delegate{f}
delegadoagent, representative{m}
delegadodelegate{m}
delegarto delegate{v}
deleitarto please, to delight{v}
deleitedelight, delectation{m}
deletrearto spell{v}
delfinariodolphinarium{m}
delfíndolphin{m}
delfín mularbottlenose dolphin{m}
delfín nariz de botellabottlenose dolphin{m}
delgadothin, skinny{adj}
DelgadoSpanish surname{prop}
Deliafemale given name{prop}
deliberadamentedeliberately{adv}
deliberadodeliberate{adj}
deliberarto deliberate{v}
delicadamentedelicately{adv}
delicadezadelicateness{m}
delicadodelicate{adj}
delicadofussy{adj}
delicadorefined{adj}
deliciadelight{f}
deliciapleasure{f}
deliciosodelicious{adj}
delimitarto delimit{v}
delincuenciacrime, delinquency{f}
delincuentedelinquent, criminal{adj}
delincuentedelinquent, criminal{mf}
delinearto delineate, to outline{vt}
delinquirto be delinquent{v}
delinquirto commit a crime{v}
delirantedelirious{adj}
delirarto be delirious{v}
deliriodelirium{m}
delitocrime; offense{m}
della(contraction of de and ella) of the{contraction} [obsolete]
dello(contraction of de and ello) of the{contraction} [obsolete]
del montónCommon, average, ordinary{adj}
de lo contrariootherwise. Under different circumstances{adv}
DelosreyesA common surname especially common in the Philippines{prop}
del árbol caído todos hacen leñaeveryone kicks you when you're down{proverb}
delíriumdelirium{m}
deltaGreek letter delta{f}
deltaA river delta{m}
deltametrinadeltamethrin{f}
deltoidesdeltoid{m}
demacradoemaciated, gaunt, drawn, haggard{adj}
de mala ganareluctantly, grudgingly{adv} [idiomatic]
demandademand{f}
demandaderoa messenger or errand-runner for a locale (e.g. nunnery, prison, or house) that does not live there{vm}
demandarto demand, to claim{v}
demandarto file suit, to implead{v}
demarcacióndemarcation{f}
demarcarMark the bounds of; define; delimit{v}
demasíadaring, boldness, audacity{f}
demasíaexcess{f}
demasíainsolence, discourtesy{f}
demasiadotoo much, too many, excessive{adj}
demasiadoexcessively, too, too much{adv}
demócratademocrat{mf}
demenciadementia{f}
demenciamadness{f}
dementecrazy{adj}
dementedemented{adj}
demeritarto discredit{v}
demiurgodemiurge, Demiurge{m}
democraciademocracy{f}
democracia plutocráticaplutodemocracy{f}
democratacristianoChristian Democrat{adj}
democratizardemocratize{v}
democráticamentedemocratically{adv}
democráticodemocratic{adj}
demografíademography{f}
demográficodemographic{adj}
demolerto demolish{v}
demolicióndemolition{f}
demoníacodemonic{adj}
demoníacopossessed (by a demon or spirit){adj}
demoniacodemonic{adj}
demoniacopossessed (by a demon or spirit){adj}
demoniodemon, devil{m}
demonologíademonology{f}
demoradelay{f}
demorarto delay{v}
demorarto linger{v}
demorarto postpone{v}
demorarto tarry{v}
demostracióndemonstration{f}
demostrarto prove{v}
demostrarto show, to demonstrate{v}
demostrativodemonstrative{adj}
demostrativodemonstrative{adj} [grammar]
demostrativodemonstrative{m} [grammar]
demásother, remaining{adj}
demásbesides{adv}
demásothers, the other ones{pron}
demudarto change{vr}
demudarto change{vt}
de nadathink nothing of it, you're welcome, don't mention it{interj}
dendrologíadendrology{f}
dendríticodendritic{adj}
denegadodenied{adj}
denegarto deny{v}
denegarto refuse{v}
denguedengue{m}
denigrarto denigrate{v}
denominacióndenomination{f}
denominadordenominating{adj}
denominadordenominator (that which denominates){m}
denominadordenominator (the number or expression written below the line in a fraction){m} [mathematics]
denominarto name; to designate{v}
denominativodenominative{adj} [grammar]
denominativodenominative{m} [grammar]
denostarto insult{v}
denotarto denote{v}
denotarto show{v}
densamentedensely{adv}
densidaddensity{f} [physics]
densidadthickness, heaviness{f}
densodense, thick{adj}
dentadocrenate{adj} [botany]
dentadotoothed{adj}
dentadoperforation{m} [philately]
dentaduradenture (artificial replacement of one or more teeth){f}
dentadurateeth{f}
dentadura postizadenture, false teeth{f} [dentistry]
dental{adj} [l/en, dental]
dentellearto nibble{v}
dentistadentist{mf}
dentroindoors{adv}
dentroinside (for space){adv}
dentrowithin, in (for time){adv}
dentro dein, inside{prep}
de nuevoagain{adv} [idiomatic]
denunciareport{f}
denunciantedenouncer{m}
denunciarto accuse{v}
denunciarto denounce{v}
de oídasfrom hearsay; from the grapevine{adv} [idiomatic]
deontológicodeontological{adj}
deontologíadeontology{f}
de otra maneraotherwise. In another way{adv}
DEPdescanse en paz{initialism}
depararto provide with{v}
de par en par(of doors, windows, etc) wide open{adv}
de par en par(of people in a line) two by two{adv}
departamentaldepartmental{adj}
departamentoapartment, flat{m}
departamentodepartment{m}
de parte deon behalf of{adv}
departirto converse{v}
de pe a pacompletely{phrase}
de pe a padetailedly{phrase}
de pe a pafrom A to Z{phrase}
de pe a pafrom cover to cover{phrase}
dependenciadependence{f}
dependenciadependency{f}
dependerto depend, to be subject to{v}
dependientedependent{adj}
dependienteemployee that attends to customers{m}
deplecciónGradual reduction, or depletion{f}
deplorabledeplorable{adj}
deplorarto deplore{v}
deponerto depose{v}
de porrazoin one go{adv} [colloquial, idiomatic]
deportacióndeportation{f}
deportarto deport{v}
deportesport{m}
deportistasportsman{mf}
deportistasportswoman{mf}
deportivosportive{adj}
depositarto deposit{v}
depravarto deprave{v}
depreciarto depreciate{v}
depredacióndepredation{f}
depredaciónembezzlement{f}
depredadorpredatory{adj}
depredadorpredator{m}
depredadorafeminine form of depredador{f}
depresióndepression{f}
depresióndepression (area of low air pressure){f} [weather, physics]
depresivodepressive{adj}
deprimentedepressing{adj}
deprimidodepressed{adj}
deprimirto depress{v}
deprimirto humiliate{v}
de prisahasty{adj}
de prisahastily{adv}
deprisaquickly, hurriedly{adv}
depósitodeposit{m}
depósitosediment, dregs{m}
depósitostore, stock, depot{m}
depósitotank{m}
de pura cepafull-blooded{phrase}
depurarto purify{v}
de puta madregreat, very good{adj} [slang, vulgar]
derecharight{f}
derechazoright-handed punch, forehand{m}
derechocorrect, appropriate, right (correct){adj}
derechoright (direction), right-hand{adj}
derechostraight, upright{adj}
derechoduties, taxes, fees, charges{m}
derecholaw{m}
derechopath, road{m}
derechoright (direction, entitlement){m}
derechoright side{m}
derecho marítimoadmiralty law{m} [legal]
derechos humanoshuman rights{p}
de refilónout of the corner of one's eye{adv}
derelinquirto abandon{v}
de reojoAskance, or out of the corner of one's eye. Used with verbs of vision, such as look, or glance{adv}
de repentesuddenly, abruptly, (instantly) in a heartbeat{adv}
derivadrift (Course or direction along which anything is driven; setting){f}
derivaciónderivation{f}
derivadoderivative{m}
derivarto derive{v}
dermatólogodermatologist{m}
dermatoesqueletoexoskeleton{m} [zoology]
dermatologíadermatology{f}
dermolipectomíadermolipectomy{f} [surgery]
-deroone or something that does, uses, or makes. e.g. pescadero, crujidero, saladero, aserradero, embarcadero{suffix}
derogarto abolish, to annul (a law){v}
derramaallotment (of money to be paid by a group of people){f}
derramadospilt{adj}
derramamientoshedding{m}
derramamientospillage{m}
derramarto spill{v}
derramebleeding{m}
derrameleakage{m}
derraparto skid{v}
derretidoextremely in love, lovesick{adj}
derretidoconcrete{m}
derretirto melt{v}
derribarto demolish{v}
derribodemolition{m}
derritoa melting{m}
derrocamientooverthrow{m}
derrocarto demolish, to knock down{v}
derrocarto hurl, to throw, to cast{v}
derrocarto overthrow, to bring down{v}
derrocarto weaken, to enervate{v}
derrocharto waste, squander{v}
derrocheprodigality{m}
derrochewaste, dissipation{m}
derrochewastefulness, thriftlessness{m}
derrotadefeat{f}
derrotarto defeat{v}
derrotistadefeatist{adj}
derrumbarto demolish{vt}
derrumbarsereflexive form of derrumbar to collapse, break down, fall down{vr}
derrumbecollapse (of a building){m}
derrumbedemolition{m}
derrumbelandslide{m}
des-dis-; indicative of a negative{prefix}
desabejarto remove or exterminate bees from{v}
desabotonarTo unbutton{vt}
desabridobland, tasteless (lacking taste){adj}
desabrirto embitter{v}
desabrirto give a bad taste to{v}
desabrocharto unbutton{vt}
desacatarto flout{vt}
desacatocontempt (open disrespect or willful disobedience of the authority){m} [legal]
desaceleracióndeceleration{f}
desacelerarto decelerate{v}
desacertarto be wrong{v}
desaciertomistake{m}
desaconsejarto advise against{vt} [ditransitive]
desacoplarto decouple{vt}
desacreditarto discredit{vt}
desactivarto deactivate{vt}
desacuerdodisagreement{m}
desafeitadounshaven{adj}
desafeitadounshaven{m}
desafiantechallenging{adj}
desafiantedefiant{adj}
desafiarto challenge{vt}
desafiladodull{adj} [edge]
desafíochallenge{m}
desafíoprovocation{m}
desaforadowild, uncontrolled, outrageous{adj}
desafortunadamenteunfortunately; regrettably{adv}
desafortunadoWithout luck; unfortunate{adj}
desafueroexcess{m}
desafueroimpeachment{m}
desafuerooutrage, violence{m}
desagüedrainage, gutter{m}
desagradableunpleasant{adj}
desagradarto be disagreeable{vi}
desagradecerto be unthankful for, to be unappreciative of{v}
desagraviarto make amends{v}
desagravioamends{m}
desaguarto drain{v}
desaguarto waste{v}
desahijarto separate young cattle from their mothers{v}
desahogarto relieve{v}
desahogarto violently express one's feelings; to vent; to rant{v}
desahogarseto vent
desahogorelief{m}
desahuciarto evict{v}
desainarto remove fat from{v}
desainarto thin{v}
desairarto snub; to slight{v}
desairesnub; slight{m}
desajustarto upset{v}
desalentadodejected{adj}
desalentarto discourage{v}
desalentarseto become discouraged{v}
desaliñadoscruffy{adj}
desaliñarto dirty, to disorder{v}
desalientodejection{m}
desalojarto remove from, evict from{vt} [~ de]
desalojarto vacate{vt}
desalojoeviction{m}
desambiguacióndisambiguation{f}
desamorindifference{m}
Desamparadosfemale given name{prop}
desampararto forsake{v}
desandarto retrace{v}
desangrarto bleed{v}
desanimadodejected{adj}
desanimarto dishearten{vt}
desanudarto untie{v}
desaparecerto disappear{vi}
desaparecidodisappeared{adj}
desaparecidodisappeared (ones){m}
desaparicióndisappearance{f}
desapercibidoinconspicuous, discreet (without attracting attention){adj}
desaprobarto fail (such as an exam){vt} [Argentina]
desaprobarto disapprove{vt}
desaprovecharto waste or squander{v}
desarmarto disarm{vt}
desarmedisarmament{m}
desarollamientodevelopment{m}
desarollamientounfurl{m}
desarollodevelopment{m}
desarraigarto uproot, root out, eradicate{v}
desarreglarto upset or disrupt{v}
desarrollarto develop{vtr} [and]
desarrollodevelopment{m}
desarticularto disarticulate{v}
desarticularto dislocate{v}
desarticularto take apart{v}
desasirto let go{v}
desasosegarTo become agitated{v}
desasosiegoagitation, restlessness{m}
desastredisaster{m}
desastrosodisastrous{adj}
desatarto untie, undo, unfasten, unleash{vtr}
desatarto provoke, set off (especially suddenly){vt}
desatenderdisregard{v}
desatenderignore, neglect (pay no attention){v}
desatinadocrazy, wild{adj}
desautorizarto deauthorize{v}
desaventajadodisadvantaged{adj}
desayunarto have (for) breakfast{vit} [and]
desayunarsereflexive form of desayunar To have breakfast{vr}
desayunobreakfast{m}
desazóndisgust{f}
desazóndispleasure{f}
desazóndisquietness, uneasiness, restlessness{f}
desazóninsipidity, insipidness{f}
desazónSoil that is unfit for farming{f}
desazonadoNot ready or fit for cultivation{adj} [agriculture]
desazonadoindisposed{adj}
desazonadopeevish{adj}
desbandadascattering (of a crowd){f}
desbandarto disband{v} [archaic]
desbaratarto debunk{v}
desbaratarto rout{v}
desbaratarto ruin, to destroy{v}
desbaratarto spoil{v}
desbastarto smooth{v}
desbloquearto clear or unclog{v}
desbordamientooverflow{m}
desbordarto overflow{vir}
desbordarto exceed (especially expectations, one's patience){vt}
desbordarto overfill{vt}
descabelladoabsurd, unrealistic, wild{adj}
descabellarto slaughter a bull by slitting his throat with a sword{v}
descabellarto uncomb, messy up, undo{v}
descabellarto scalp (something){vt}
descabezarto adjoin{v}
descabezarto behead{v}
descabezarto remove the top from{v}
descacharto break{vr} [Colombia]
descacharto lose one's horns{vr} [Colombia]
descacharto put one's foot in it (make a mistake){vr} [Colombia]
descacharto dehorn{vt} [Latin America]
descacharradobusted, broken{adj}
descacheaccident, mistake, blunder, faux pas, slip{m} [Colombia]
descachimbarto break, destroy, ruin{v} [Nicaragua]
descachimbarto fall from a high place{v} [Nicaragua]
descafeinadodecaffeinated{adj}
descafeinarto decaffeinate{v}
descalabrarto damage, to ruin{v}
descalabrarto hit{v}
descalabroloss{m}
descalabromisfortune{m}
descalificarto disqualify{vt} [sports]
descalificarto discredit{vt}
descalzarto take off one's shoes{vr}
descalzarto take off (a shoe){vt}
descalzobarefoot{adj}
descamisadoPeronist, usually of the working class{adj} [endearing]
descamisadoPeronist, usually of the working class{adj} [pejorative]
descamisadoshirtless{adj}
descamisadoA shirtless man{m}
descamisadoA Peronist man, usually of the working class{m} [endearing]
descamisadoA Peronist man, usually of the working class{m} [pejorative]
descampadoopen ground, vacant lot{m}
descansabrazosarmrest{m}
descansarTo rest{v}
descansorelief{m}
descansorest, break{m}
descapotableconvertible{m}
descaradamentebrazenly, audaciously, in bald-faced way{adv}
descaradoimpudent; brazen-faced{adj}
descarboxilacióndecarboxylation{f} [organic compound]
descarboxiladodecarboxylated{adj}
descarboxilantedecarboxylating{adj}
descarboxilarto decarboxylate{v}
descargadischarge{f}
descargadownload{f}
descargajam session{f}
descargaunloading{f}
descargarto download{v} [computing]
descargarto discharge{v}
descargarto fire, to discharge (a weapon){v}
descargarto unload{v}
descargorebuttal{m}
descargounloading{m}
descaroimpudence; cheek; nerve{m}
descarriarto mislead, lead astray, to go wrong{v}
descarrilarto derail{v}
descartarto discard{vt}
descartarto rule out{vt}
descascararto peel{v}
descendenciadescendants{f}
descenderto descend{v}
descendientedescendant, offspring{mf}
descensodecline{m}
descensodescent{m}
descenso de ríosrafting{m}
descentralizacióndecentralization{f}
descentralizadodecentralized{adj}
descentralizarto decentralize (reduce the power of a governing body){v}
descerebradomindless, brainless{adj}
descifrarto decipher{v}
desclasificarto declassify{v}
descolgarto show up, do or say something out of the blue{vr} [colloquial]
descolgarto fall behind (in a race){vr} [sports]
descolgarto pick up (a telephone receiver){vt}
descolgarto unhang, let down, lower{vt}
descollarto stand out, excel{vi}
descolocadomisplaced, not in its place{adj}
descolocadoout of place{adj}
descolocado{v} [past participle of, descolocar]
descolonizacióndecolonization{f}
descolonizadordecolonizing; that which decolonizes{adj}
descoloridodiscolored, faded, pale, stained{adj}
descomedirTo be without restraint{vr} [descomedirse]
descomponerto decompose, rot{vtr} [and]
descomponerto discompose, unsettle{vtr} [and]
descomponerseto break down{vr}
descomposicióndecomposition{f}
descompuestobroken down, out of order{adj}
descompuestomisbehaved (of someone who formerly was more behaved){adj}
descompuestorotten, decayed{adj}
descompuestorude, impolite{adj}
descompuestoshowing one’s age, seen better days, worse for the wear (said of someone whose face or body has become less attractive with age){adj}
descomulgarto excommunicate{v}
descomunalenormous, huge{adj}
desconcertadodisconcerted, confused{adj}
desconcertantebaffling{adj}
desconcertarto disconcert{vt}
desconchadoa chip; a damaged area of a surface{m}
desconcharto chip; to damage the surface of something{v}
desconciertobewilderment, disorder, chaos{m}
desconectadodisconnected{adj}
desconectadooff-line{adj}
desconectarto disconnect{vt}
desconectarto switch off{vt}
desconexióndisconnection{f}
desconfianzamistrust, distrust{f}
desconfiarto distrust{v}
descongelarto defrost{v}
descongelarto thaw{v}
descongelarto unfreeze{v}
desconocerto not be familiar with{v}
desconocidounknown{adj}
desconocidostranger (unknown person){m}
desconocidounknown{m}
descontaminarto decontaminate{v}
descontardiscount{v}
descontentounhappy, discontented{adj}
descontentodiscontent, dissatisfaction{m}
descontrola lack of control or order; unruliness{m}
descontroladouncontrolled, unruly, wild{adj}
descorcharTo uncork{v}
descorrerto draw back (curtains){vt}
descorrerto slide open (a bolt, latch, etc.){vt}
descortezarto hull, to shell{v}
descortezarto strip the bark off{v}
descortésimpolite, discourteous{adj}
descreerto discredit{v}
describirto describe{v}
descripcióndescription{f}
descriptivodescriptive{adj}
descuartizarto cut into pieces{v}
descubiertodiscovered{adj}
descubridordiscovering{adj}
descubridordiscoverer{m}
descubrimientodiscovery{m}
descubrimientounveiling{m}
descubrirto discover{v}
descubrirto invent{v}
descubrirto reveal{v}
descuentodiscount{m}
descuidadounkempt{adj}
descuidadounkempt{adj}
descuidarto neglect{v}
descuidarto relieve from care{v}
descuidoincaution inattention{m}
descuidomistake{m}
descuidonegligence{m}
desdefrom (a location){prep}
desdesince{prep}
desdestarting at (a quantity, such as a price){prep}
desdeñarto disdain (scorn, despise){v}
desdecirto deny{v}
desde hacesince (time span){adv} [idiomatic]
desdelfrom the{contraction} [obsolete, before a singular masculine noun]
desdelsince, since the{contraction} [obsolete, before a singular masculine noun]
desde luegoof course{adv}
desdeñodisdain{m}
desdeñosamentedisdainfully{adv}
desdeñosodisdainful{adj}
desdibujarto blur{v}
desdichabad luck{f}
desdichadounhappy, unfortunate{adj}
desdéndisdain, scorn{m}
desdoblamientosplitting{m}
desdoblarto unfold{v}
deseabledesirable{adj}
desearto desire{v}
desearto wish{v}
desecativodesiccative{adj}
desechabledisposable{adj}
desechablethrowaway{adj}
desecharto discard{v}
desecharto dismiss{v}
desechodebris{m}
desechoresidue{m}
desechowaste{m}
desembarazadoeasygoing{adj}
desembarazadofree{adj}
desembarcarTo disembark{v}
desembarcodisembarkation, landing{m}
desembocaduramouth (of a river){f}
desembocarto culminate{v}
desembocarto flow{v}
desembolsarto disburse{v}
desemborracharto sober up; to become sober{v}
desemejantedissimilar, uneven, different{adj}
desempacarTo unpack{v}
desempatetiebreak; tiebreaker{m}
desempeñarto fill out (as in applications){v}
desempeñarTo hold, to serve as (as in a position){v}
desempeñarto play{v}
desempeñarTo serve (as in a function){v}
desempeñoperformance{m}
desempleadafeminine form of desempleado{f}
desempleadounemployed{adj}
desempleadounemployed (person){m}
desempleounemployment{m}
desempolvarto dust off{v}
desencabestrarto take off a halter{v}
desencadenamientotriggering, unleashing{m}
desencadenarto trigger{v}
desencadenarto unleash, to release{v}
desencajarto dislocate{v}
desencantadordisappointer{n}
desencantarto disenchant{v}
desencantodemystification{m}
desenchufarto unplug{v}
desencuentrodiscord, dissension{m}
desencuentrofailed meeting{m}
desencuentrofailure to meet{m}
desenfadoself-assurance, confidence{m}
desenfrenadowild, rampant{adj}
desenfrenolack of control, abandon, wildness{m}
desenfundarto draw, to take out{vt} [of money]
desengañarto disabuse{vt}
desengancharto unhitch{v}
desengañodisappointment{m}
desengañoRealization of the truth, especially after a period of deceit{m}
desenlaceoutcome{m}
desenmarañarto unravel{v}
desenmascararunmask{v}
desenojarto abandon or quell ones anger{vt}
desenojoThe abandonment or quelling of anger{m}
desenredarto untangle{v}
desenrollarto unroll{v}
desenroscarTo uncoil{v}
desenroscarTo unscrew{v}
desensibilizarto desensitize{v}
desentenderseto not want to have anything to do with{v}
desenterrarto dig up (something){vt}
desenterrarto exhume, to disinter{vt}
desentonarto clash, look out of place{v}
desentrañarto disembowel{v}
desentumecerto loosen up{v}
desenvainarto unsheathe{v}
desenvolverto develop{vr}
desenvolverto manage the situation{vr}
desenvolverto unwrap{v}
deseodesire{m}
deseowish{m}
deseosodesirous{adj}
desequilibrarto unbalance{v}
desequilibrarseto become unbalanced{vr}
desequilibriodisequilibrium{m}
desequilibrioimbalance{m}
desercióndesertion{f}
desertarto desert{v}
desertificacióndesertification{f}
desertificarto desertify{v}
desertizacióndesertification{f}
desertizarto desertify{v}
desertordeserter{m}
desertorafeminine form of desertor{f}
desesperacióndesperation{f}
desesperadamentedesperately{adv}
desesperadamentehopelessly{adv}
desesperadodesperate{adj}
desesperadohopeless{adj}
desesperanzahopelessness{f}
desesperarto despair (to be driven to despair){vr}
desesperarto despair, exasperate{vt}
desestimarto reject{v}
desfallecerto become weak, wear out{v}
desfallecimientodeath, demise{m} [archaic]
desfallecimientoweariness, lassitude{m}
desfasadoold-fashioned, outdated{adj}
desfasarto freak out, drop out, become a misfit (behave contrary to rules and conventions){vp} [Spain]
desfasarto change the timing of{v}
desfasarto dephase, change the phase{v}
desfase horariojet lag{m}
desfavorableadverse; unfavorable{adj}
desfavorecedorunfavorable{adj}
desfavorecerto work against, disfavor{v}
desfibradorashredder{f}
desfibriladordefibrillator{m}
desfigurarto disfigure{v}
desfiladeroravine, defile (narrow pass){m}
desfilarto parade{vi}
desfileparade{m}
desflorarto deflower{vt}
desfogarto let off steam{v} [colloquial]
desfogarto deflower{v}
desfondarTo break (by causing the bottom of something to come out){vt}
desforzarto enjoy taking revenge{v}
desforzarto revenge{v}
desgajarto tear off{v}
desganadogumptionless, sluggish{adj}
desganadohungerless{adj}
desganadosad{adj}
desgarbadoungainly, awkward, inelegant, lacking poise{adj}
desgarrarto tear or rip{v}
desgastarto use up or wear out{vt}
desgastewear{m}
desglosarto itemize{v}
desglosebreakdown (listing or categorization in great detail){m}
desgraciaaccident, disaster{f}
desgraciabad luck{f}
desgraciadisgrace{f}
desgraciamisfortune{f}
desgraciadamenteunfortunately; unluckily{adv}
desgraciadounfortunate{adj}
desgraciadounfortunate person{m}
desgraciarTo punish{v}
desgraciarTo ruin{v}
desgranarto shuck{v}
desguacescrapping{m}
desguacescrapyard, junkyard{m}
desguanguañarTo disembowel, to rip the innards out of{v} [Nicaragua]
desguazarto destroy, cut into pieces{v}
desguazarto scrap (dispose at the scrapyard){v}
deshacerto come undone{vr}
deshacerto get rid of (deshacerse de alguien o algo){vr}
deshacerto melt (deshacerse el hielo){vr}
deshacerto undo{vt}
deshebrarto shred, to tear to pieces{v}
deshebrarto unravel{v}
deshechodestroyed{adj}
deshechodemoralized, disheartened{adj} [figuratively]
deshechovery tired or exhausted, strengthless{adj} [figuratively]
deshechomelted (ice, gelatine){adj}
deshechoreverted (a command, magic, witchcraft, effect, etc.){adj}
deshechoundone{adj}
deshelarto melt{v}
deshidratacióndehydration{f}
deshidratadodehydrated{adj}
deshidratarto dehydrate{v}
deshidrogenacióndehydrogenation{f} [chemistry]
deshidrogenasadehydrogenase{f} [enzyme]
deshielodefrosting{m}
deshielothaw{m}
deshilacharto fray{v}
deshilvanarTo untack{v}
deshojarTo defoliate; to remove the leaves from a plant or petals from a flower{v}
deshojarTo peel or husk{v}
deshojarTo tear pages from a book{v}
deshonestamentedishonestly{adv}
deshonestodishonest{adj}
deshonraattainder{f} [obsolete] [legal]
deshonrarto dishonor{v}
deshuesarto debone, to bone{v}
deshuesarto remove the pit from{v}
deshumanizarto dehumanize{v}
desidianegligence, inertia{f}
desidiaprocrastination{f}
desiertodesert{adj}
desiertoempty (of people){adj}
desiertouninhabited{adj}
desiertodesert{m}
designacióndesignation{f}
designarto designate{v}
desigualchangeable (variable, cambiante){adj}
desigualunequal (descompensado){adj}
desigualuneven (irregular, poco igualado){adj}
desigualdadinequality{f}
desigualmenteunequally{adv}
desilusióndisappointment{f}
desilusióndisillusion{f}
desilusionadodisappointed{adj}
desilusionadodisillusioned{adj}
desilusionarto disappoint{v}
desilusionarto disillusion{v}
desincentivardeter, act as a disincentive{v}
desinenciaending or termination that is attached to a word stem{f} [grammar]
desinfectantedisinfectant{adj}
desinfectantedisinfectant{m}
desinfectarto disinfect{v}
desinflarto deflate{v}
desinhibidoabandoned; without restraint{adj}
desintegracióndisintegration{f}
desintegrarto disintegrate{v}
desinteresadounselfish, selfless{adj}
desinterésdisinterest{m}
desintoxicacióndetoxification{f}
desintoxicarto detoxify, detoxicate{v}
desionizardeionize{v}
desistirto waive a right{v} [legal]
desistirto desist{v}
deslealdisloyal{adj}
deslenguadobigmouthed, indiscreet{adj}
deslenguadoinformer, betrayer{adj}
deslenguarto remove or cut out the tongue{v}
deslenguarseto speak brashly without education{v}
desleírto dilute{v}
desleírto dissolve{v}
desligarto untie, to unravel{v}
deslindarto delimit{v}
deslindeborderline{m}
deslindelimit{m}
deslizslip, lapse{m}
deslizarto slip{v}
deslucirto spoil, tarnish, mark{v}
deslumbrantedazzling{adj}
deslumbrarto dazzle, amaze{vt} [figuratively]
deslumbrarto dazzle, to blind temporarily{vt} [literally]
deslustrarto dull{v}
desmañadoclumsy, awkward{adj}
desmandarto go astray{vr}
desmandarto overstep{vr}
desmandarto countermand, rescind{vt}
desmantelamientodismantlement{m}
desmantelarto dismantle{v}
desmarcadodissociated{adj}
desmarcadounmarked (without a mark){adj}
desmarcarto dissociate oneself from{vr}
desmarcarto unmark (to remove marks){vt}
desmarimbarto break, destroy, ruin{v} [Nicaragua]
desmarimbarto fall from a high place{v} [Nicaragua]
desmayadopale; dull{adj}
desmayadoweak; fainting{adj}
desmayarto faint{v}
desmayoswoon{m}
desmedidoexcessive{adj}
desmejorarto weaken{v}
desmelenarto lose one's composure, let one's hair down{vr} [colloquial]
desmelenarto dishevel, to ruffle the hair of{vt}
desmembrarto dismantle{v}
desmentidorefutation, denial{m}
desmentirto belie; to give a false representation{v}
desmentirto refute{v}
desmerecerto criticize{v}
desmesuraexcess{f}
desmesuralack of measuring or control{f}
desmesurarto shake up, mess up, disrupt{v}
desmigajarto crumble{v}
desmigajarto grind up{v}
desminadesmin{f} [protein]
desmitificarto demystify{v}
deísmodeism{m}
desmontaduraclearing, leveling{m}
desmontaduradeforestation{m}
desmontarto clear, to stub (cut a forest){v}
desmontarto level off{v}
desmonteclearance{m}
desmonteforest clearing{m}
desmoronarto erode{v}
desmovilizacióndemobilization{f}
desnatarto remove slag from molten metal{v}
desnatarto remove the best part from something{v}
desnatarto remove the cream from milk{v}
desnatarto skim{v}
desnaturalizacióndenaturation{f} [protein]
desnaturalizadodenaturalized{adj}
desnaturalizadodenatured{adj}
desnaturalizarto denature{v} [chemistry]
desnaturalizarto denaturalize, to denature{v}
desánimodejection{m}
desnivelgrade, slope{f}
desnivelleveler{f}
desniveluneven{f}
desnucarto break someone's neck{v}
desnudarto undress, to strip{vt}
desnudeznudity, nakedness{f}
desnudistanudist{mf}
desnudobare{adj}
desnudodispossessed, destitute{adj}
desnudonaked, nude, undressed{adj}
desnudoplain, clear, manifest{adj}
desnutriciónmalnutrition{f}
desobedecerto disobey{v}
desobedientedisobedient{adj}
desocupaciónvacancy{f} [countable]
desocupaciónunemployment{f} [Latin America, uncountable]
desocuparto vacate{v}
desodorantedeodorant{m}
desolacióndesolation{f}
desoladodesolate, brokenhearted, bleak (sad, hopeless){adj}
desoladodesolate (deserted, unfit for habitation){adj}
desolarto grieve{vr}
desolarto desolate, destroy{v}
de sol a solfrom dusk to dawn{adj} [idiomatic]
desollarto flay{v}
desordendisorder{m}
desordenadomessy{adj}
desordenarto mess up; to make less tidy{v}
desorganizadodisorganized, untidy{adj}
desorganizarto disorganize{vt}
desorientadodisorientated, lost, confused{adj}
desorientarto disorient{v}
desosarto debone{v}
desovarto spawn, lay eggs{v}
desovespawning, laying of eggs{m}
desoxiazúcardeoxy sugar{f} [organic compound]
desoxirribonucleótidodeoxyribonucleotide{m} [biochemistry]
desoxirribosadeoxyribose{f} [carbohydrates]
despachar(store) to attend or serve{v}
despacharto complete{v}
despacharto dismiss{v}
despacharto send or ship{v}
despachodispatch{m}
despachooffice{m}
despacioquietly{adv} [Latin American Spanish]
despacioslowly{adv}
desparasitarto delouse{v}
desparramarto splatter{v}
despechodespair{m}
despechospite, resentment, anger, disappointment{m}
despectivopejorative{adj}
despedazarto break someone's heart{v}
despedazarto break the law{v}
despedazarto tear to pieces{v}
despedidafarewell{f}
despedidafarewell party{f}
despedida a la francesaTo go on, or take, French leave{f}
despedidolaid off, dismissed (employees){adj}
despedirde To say goodbye to someone{vr}
despedirTo dismiss{v}
despedirTo fire from a job{v}
despedirseto bid farewell{v}
despedirseto say goodbye{v}
despegarto detach{v}
despegarto take off, remove{v}
despeguetakeoff (rising of an aircraft){m}
despeinadouncombed{adj}
despeinadounkept, unkempt{adj}
despeinarto take down the hair of{v}
despeinarseto take down one's hair{vr}
despejadoclear (free of clouds){adj}
despejadoclear (free of obstacles){adj}
despejarto clear; to remove{v}
despelotarto deball, emasculate, or cause a fracas{v}
despeloteA fracas or hot mess{n}
despenalizacióndepenalization{f}
despenalizarto depenalize{vt}
despensapantry{f}
despepitarto seed{v}
desperdiciarto waste{v}
desperdiciowaste{m}
desperdigadoscattered, all over the place{adj}
desperezarseto stretch (oneself){v}
desperfectoflaw, defect{m}
despertadoralarm clock{m}
despertarAwakening{m}
despertarTo awake{v}
despertarTo wake{v}
despertarTo wake up{v}
despertarsereflexive form of despertar To wake up (stop sleeping){vr}
despezarto taper{v}
despiadadounmerciful, ruthless{adj}
despididafarewell party{f}
despidodismissal{m}
despidolayoff{m}
despiertoawake{adj}
despiezarquarter{v}
despiezartake apart{v}
despilfarrarto squander{v}
despilfarrowaste, waste of money, squandering{m}
despintarto remove the paint from{v}
despistarto throw off track{v}
despisteabsent-mindedness{m}
despisteslip, slip-up (error){m}
desplazamientomotion{m}
desplazamientooffset, shift{m}
desplazamientodisplacement{m} [physics]
desplazarto displace{v}
desplazarto move{v}
desplegablepull-down{adj} [computing]
desplegablefold-out, folding, foldable{adj}
desplegablepull-out{adj}
desplegablepullout{f}
desplegarto deploy, unfold{v}
desplieguedeployment{f}
despliegueunfolding{f}
desplumarto plunder, rob{v} [colloquial]
desplumarto pluck (remove feathers){v}
despojarto divest oneself of{vr}
despojarto strip, clear, leave bare{vt}
despojopillage, plunder (action){m}
despojoscourge{m}
despolvarto dust (to remove dust){vtr} [or]
desportillarto chip (to break a small piece from){v}
desposarto be married{vp}
desposarto get engaged{vp}
desposarto marry{vt}
desposeerto take away someone's possessions; to deprive{v}
despotismodespotism{m}
despotricarsound off, rant{v} [colloquial]
despreciabledespicable, contemptible{adj}
despreciablenegligible{adj}
despreciarTo despise, to scorn{v}
despreciativoderogatory{adj}
despreciativoscornful{adj}
desprecioscorn, contempt{m}
desprenderto detach{v}
desprendimientolandslide{m}
desprendimientoloosening{m}
despreocupadocarefree, careless (not concerned or worried){adj}
despreocupadocareless (not giving sufficient attention or thought){adj}
desprestigiarto discredit{v}
desprevenidounaware, oblivious{adj}
desprevenidounprepared{adj}
desprevenidounsuspecting{adj}
desproporcionadodisproportionate, undue{m}
despropósitononsense{m}
desproveerto deprive someone of their possessions{v}
desprovistolacking{adj}
despóticodespotic{adj}
despuntarto blunt{v}
despuésafter{adv} [followed by “de”]
despuéslater{adv}
despuésnext{adv}
desquiciadocrazy, strange (mentally disturbed){adj}
desquiciarto derange, drive crazy{v}
desquiciarto unhinge{v}
desquitarto take revenge, pay back{vr}
desquitarto compensate{vt}
desquiterevenge{m}
desregularto deregulate{v}
desérticodesert; of or pertaining to the desert{adj}
deístadeist{mf}
destacablenotable, noteworthy{adj}
destacadooutstanding, notable{adj}
destacamentodetachment, detail{m} [military]
destacarto detach troops{v} [military]
destacarto emphasize{v}
destacarto stand out{v}
destaparto open{v}
destapedisclosure{m} [Mexico]
desteñirto fade{v}
destellarto sparkle{v}
destellosparkle{m}
destellosparkling{m}
destemplarTo get out of tune{vr} [music]
destemplarTo get sick{vr}
destemplarTo cause to be out of shape{vt}
destemplarTo cause to go out of tune{vt}
destemplarTo mess up{vt}
desterrarto exile{vt}
destetarto wean{v}
destierroexile{m}
destierrowilderness{m}
destilarto distill{v}
destilarto exude{v}
destilarto filter{v}
destileríadistillery{f}
destinarto appoint{v}
destinatarioaddressee (the person or organization to which something, such as a letter or message, is addressed, for whom the item is intended){m}
destinodestination{m}
destinodestiny, fate{m}
destinoposition, post{m}
destituidoFired{adj}
destituirto cashier (dismiss from service){v}
destituirto dismiss, sack, lay off{v}
destocarto remove the hat of{v}
destorcerto untwist{v}
destornilladorscrewdriver (a tool used to turn screws){m}
destornillarto unscrew{v}
destrabarto remove obstacles or hindrances{v}
destraillarto unleash{v}
destrezaskill{f}
destripadorripper (murderer who kills and often mutilates victims with a blade){m}
destriparto disembowel{v}
destriparto gut{v}
destronarto depose{v}
destrozadodevastated{adj}
destrozadotorn, ripped{adj}
destrozarto destroy, to break{v}
destrozodestruction{m}
destrozomassacre{m}
destruccióndestruction{f}
destructible{adj} [l/en, destructible]
destructivodestructive{adj}
destructordestroying{adj}
destructordestructive{adj}
destructordestroyer (warship){m}
destructordestructor{m}
destructorafeminine form of destructor{f}
destruibledestructible{adj}
destruidodestroyed{adj}
destruirto destroy{v}
desturcarto be or go insane (i.e. "desturcado mental"){v} [Nicaragua, vulgar]
desturcarto break, destroy{v} [Nicaragua, vulgar]
desunirto divide{v}
desusadoDisused; obsolete{adj}
desusoabeyance; stay{m}
desvainarto shell (remove the covering of a vegetable){v}
desvanecerto vanish{v}
desvaírto lose color, strength or intensity{v}
desvaríodelirium{m}
desvelarto work tirelessly{vr} [figuratively]
desvelarto be vigilant{vr}
desvelarto keep awake{vt}
desvelarto reveal, unveil{vt}
desventajadisadvantage, drawback, downside, weakness{f}
desventajosamentedisadvantageously, unprofitably, unfavorably{adv}
desventajosodisadvantageous, unprofitable, unfavorable{adj}
desventuramisfortune{f}
desventuratrouble{f}
desventuraunhappiness{f}
desvergüenzashamelessness, impudence{f}
desvergonzadamenteshamelessly, or unblushingly{adv}
desvergonzadoshameless{adj}
desvergueparty{m} [Guatemala]
desvestirto undress{v}
desvestirseto get undressed{vr}
desviacióndetour{f}
desviacióndeviation{f}
desviadoaberrated{adj}
desviadodetoured{adj}
desviadoredirected{adj}
desviarto detour{v}
desvinculaciónseparation{f}
desvinculación asistidaoutplacement (the process of helping to find new employment for redundant workers){f}
desvincularto separate from{v}
desvirgarto deflower{vt}
desvánattic, loft{m}
desvíodetour, diversion{m}
desvíodeviation{m}
desvíoredirection{m}
detalladamentein detail{adv}
detalladodetailed, intricate{adj}
detallarto detail{v}
detalledetail{m}
detallistathoughtful{adj}
de tapadilloin secret; on the hush-hush{adv} [idiomatic]
deteccióndetection{f}
detectarto detect{v}
detective{mf} [l/en, detective]
detectordetector{m}
detector de metalmetal detector{n}
detenciónarrest{f}
detencióndetention{f}
detenciónstopping, halt{f}
detenerto arrest{v}
detenerto detain{v}
detenerto stop, halt{v}
detenersereflexive form of detener To stop oneself{vr}
detenidafeminine form of detenido{f}
detenidamentedilatorily, cautiously, attentively{adv}
detenidoarrested{adj}
detenidostopped{adj}
detenidothorough, careful{adj}
detenidodetainee{m}
detenidoprisoner, arrested person{m}
detentarto hold or retain{v}
detenteAn amulet or talisman carried for protection against harm{m}
detenteA painted or embroidered image of a saint carried over the heart to ward off danger or attack{m}
detentedétente (period of history involving calming of tension between the USSR and the U.S.){m}
Detente, balaStop, bullet{phrase}
detergentedetergent{adj}
detergentedetergent{m}
detergerto cleanse, to deterge{v}
deteriorarto worsen{v}
determinacióndecision{f}
determinacióndetermination{f}
determinaciónfirmness{f}
determinadodeterminate{adj}
determinantedeterminer{m} [grammar]
determinantedeterminant{m} [linear algebra]
determinarto determine{v}
detestarto detest, to loathe, to abominate{v}
de todos modosanyway, in any case{adv}
detonacióndetonation, explosion{f}
detonadordetonator{f}
detonarto detonate{v}
detritodebris, detritus{m}
detrásafter{adv}
detrásbehind, at the rear{adv}
deudadebt{f}
deudordebtor{m}
DeuteronomioDeuteronomy{prop} [biblical]
devanarto coil, wind{v}
devanarse los sesosto rack one's brains{v} [idiomatic]
de vanguardiastate-of-the-art, cutting-edge{adj}
devastadodevastated (completely destroyed){adj}
devastadordevastating, destructive{adj}
devastarto devastate{vt}
develarto unveil, to reveal{v}
devenirto happen{v}
de verastruly, really{adv}
de vez en cuandooccasionally; once in a while; now and then; from time to time{adv} [idiomatic]
devocióndevotion{f}
devolucióndevolution{f}
devoluciónrefund{f}
devoluciónreturn{f}
devolverto devolve{v}
devolverto return, refund, restore, repay, give back, hand back, bring back, send back etc{v}
devolverto vomit{v}
devorarto devour{v}
devotamentedevotedly{adv}
devotodevoted{adj}
devotodevout, pious{adj}
devotodevotee; admirer{m}
dextranodextran{m} [organic compound, carbohydrates]
dextrinadextrin{f} [carbohydrates]
dextrorsoclockwise, deasil{adj}
dextrosadextrose{f}
deyeccióndefecation{f}
deyecciónejecta{f} [geology]
deyecciónexcrement{f} [plural]
dezirobsolete spelling of decir{v}
DFDistrito Federal (Mexican federal district){abbr}
déficitdeficit{m}
déficitshortage{m}
dígitodigit (numeral){m}
di-{prefix} [l/en, di-]
diabetesdiabetes{f}
diablafeminine form of diablo{f}
diabólicodiabolic{adj}
diablitodiminutive form of diablo{m}
diablodevil{m}
diabluraprank{f}
diabéticodiabetic{adj}
diacilgliceroldiacylglycerol, diglyceride{m}
diacríticodiacritical{adj}
diacríticodiacritic, diacritical mark{m}
diademadiadem, crown{f}
diademahalo{f}
diadematiara (ornamental coronet){f}
diafanidadpellucidness, transparency{f}
diafragmadiaphragm{m}
diafragmáticodiaphragmatic{adj}
diagnosticarto diagnose{v}
diagnósticodiagnostic{adj}
diagnósticodiagnosis{m}
diagonal{adj} [l/en, diagonal]
diagonal{f} [l/en, diagonal]
diagonalizablediagonalizable{adj}
diagonalizarto diagonalize{v}
diagonalmentediagonally{adv}
diagonal principalmain diagonal{f} [linear algebra]
diagramadiagram{m}
diagrama de flujoflow chart{m}
dial-a-ridedial-a-ride{m} [US]
dialectaldialectal{adj}
dialectismo{m} [l/en, dialectism]
dialectodialect{m}
dialogarto dialogue{v}
dialogarto talk, discuss{v}
diamantediamond{m} [card games]
diamantediamond{m}
diamante mandarínzebra finch{m}
diamantíferodiamondiferous{adj} [mineralogy]
diamantinoOf or relating to diamonds{adj}
diamantinohard, solid, unbreakable{adj} [poetic, figuratively]
diametral(relating to a diameter){adj} [l/en, diametral]
diametralmentediametrically{adv}
dianaarchery target{f}
dianabullseye (of an archery target){f}
dianafirst call (military wakening call){f}
Dianafemale given name{prop}
Diana{prop} [Roman god] [l/en, Diana]
diantrebloody hell{interj} [obsolete]
diantredevil{m} [colloquial, euphemistic, obsolete]
diapasóndiapason{m}
diapasóntuning fork{m}
diaplejíadiparesis{f}
diariamentedaily (every day){adv}
diariodaily{adj}
diariodiary, journal{m}
diarrœarare spelling of diarrea{f}
diarreadiarrhea{f}
diarreicodiarrheic{adj}
diastasadiastase{f} [enzyme]
diatomeadiatom{f}
diazinadiazine{f} [organic compound]
diazinóndiazinon{m}
diazometanodiazomethane{m} [organic compound]
dibenzofuranodibenzofuran{m} [organic compound]
dibujadordrawer, sketcher{m}
dibujantedrawing, sketching{adj}
dibujantedrawer, sketcher{mf}
dibujarto describe vividly{vt}
dibujarto outline{vt}
dibujarto sketch, to draw{vt}
dibujarseto be outlined, to stand out{v}
dibujarseto be revealed, to take form{v}
dibujodrawing{m}
diccióndiction{f}
diccionariodictionary{m}
diccionaristalexicographer, dictionary-maker{mf}
diócesisdiocese{f}
dichabliss{f}
dichaluck{f}
dichomentioned, said{adj}
dichomarriage vow{m}
dichoproverb{m}
dichoremark{m}
dichosaying, expression{m}
dichosamentehappily, fortunately, luckily{adv}
dichosoblissful{adj}
dichosofortunate, lucky{adj}
dicho y hechosaid and done; no sooner said than done{phrase}
diciembreDecember{m}
dicotiledóndicotyledonous{adj}
dicotiledóndicotyledon{m} [botany]
dicotiledóneadicotyledon{f}
dicotiledóneodicotyledonous{adj}
dicotómicodichotomic{adj}
dicotomíadichotomy (all senses){f}
dictablandaA soft-handed dictatorship or a benevolent dictator{m}
dictadodictation{m}
dictadorA dictator{m}
dictaduradictatorship{f}
dictarto dictate{v}
dictarto give; to deliver (i.e. a lecture){v}
dictarto pronounce{v}
dicótomodichotomous{adj}
didácticamentedidactically{adv}
didácticodidactic{adj}
diecinuevenineteen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
dieciochoeighteen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
diecisieteseventeen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
dieciséissixteen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
Diegomale given name, thought to be a diminutive of Santiago.{prop}
diegueñoThe Ipai language (diegueño del Norte){m}
diegueñoThe Kumeyaay language (diegueño del Sur){m}
diegueñoThe Kumeyaay people, a Native American tribe of Southern California and Baja California{m}
dienodiene{m} [organic chemistry]
dienteclove (of garlic){m}
dientetooth{m}
diente de lechemilk tooth{m}
diente de leóndandelion{m}
diente incisivoincisor{m}
diestroright-handed{adj}
diestroright, right-hand (direction){adj}
diestroskillful, dexterous, adroit{adj}
diestrobullfighter{m} [bullfighting]
dietadiet{f}
dietadiet (a council or assembly of leaders){f}
dietilenglicoldiethylene glycol{m} [organic compound]
dietiléterdiethyl ether{m} [organic compound]
dietistadietitian, dietician{mf}
dietéticodietetic, dietary{adj}
diezten{cardinal num} [cardinal]
Diez MandamientosThe Ten Commandments{prop} [pluralonly]
diezmarto decimate{v}
diezmarto tithe (pay a tithe){v}
diezmotenth{adj} [archaic]
diezmotithe{m}
Diez PalabrasThe Ten Commandments{prop} [pluralonly]
difamacióndefamation{f}
difamarto defame{v}
difamatoriodefamatory{adj}
diáfanopellucid, transparent{adj}
difícildifficult{adj}
difícilmentescarcely{adv}
difícilmentewith difficulty{adv}
diferenciadifference{f}
diferenciacióndifferentiation{f}
diferencialdifferential{adj}
diferencialdifferential{adj} [mathematics]
diferencialdifferential{f} [mathematics]
diferencialdifferential{m}
diferencialdifferential, gap{m} [economics]
diferenciarto differentiate{v}
diferendodispute{m}
diferentedifferent{adj}
diferentementedifferently{adv}
diferirto defer{v}
diferirto differ{v}
dificultaddifficulty{f}
dificultarto make difficult{v}
dificultosodifficult, tricky{adj}
difosfatodiphosphate{m}
difraccióndiffraction{f}
difractarto diffract{v}
difteriadiphtheria{f}
difundirto spread, to disseminate (ideas, etc.){v}
difuntodeceased{adj}
difusiónspreading{f}
difusodiffuse{adj}
digammadigamma; the Greek letter Ϝ, ϝ{f}
digerirto digest{v}
diégesisThe plot or narrative of a written work{f}
digestióndigestion{f}
digestivodigestive{adj}
digestivodigestive{m}
digitaldealing with discrete values rather than a continuous spectrum of values{adj}
digitaldealing with the display of numerical values{adj}
digitaldigital; having to do with the fingers or toes{adj}
digitalfoxglove (plant, flower){f}
digitalizarto digitalize{v}
dignamenteworthily{adv}
dignidaddignity{f}
dignodignified, respectful{adj}
dignohonourable{adj}
dignoworthy{adj}
digástricodigastric, digastricus{m}
dihidroxiacetonadihydroxyacetone{f} [organic compound]
dilacióndelay{f}
dilatadodilative{adj}
dilatadordilating{adj}
dilatadordilator{m}
dilatarto dilate{v}
dilemadilemma{m}
diletantedilettante{adj}
diletantedilettante{mf}
diligenciadiligence{f}
diligentediligent, conscientious{adj}
diálisisdialysis{f}
diálogodialogue{m}
dilucidarto elucidate{v}
diluirto dilute{v}
diluvialdiluvial{adj}
diluviarto pour (as with rain){v}
diluviodeluge, downpour{m}
dime con quién andas, y te diré quién eresTell me who your friends are, and I'll tell you who you are.{proverb}
dimensióndimension{f}
dimetildimethyl{m}
dimetilformamidadimethylformamide{f} [organic compound]
dimetílicodimethyl{adj}
dimetoxietanodimethoxyethane{m} [organic compound]
diámetrodiameter{m}
diminutominute, tiny{adj}
dimitirto resign{v}
DinamarcaDenmark{prop}
dinamitarto dynamite{v}
dinamodynamo{m}
dinastíadynasty{f}
dineínadynein{f} [protein]
dineralmint (large amount of money){m}
dineromoney{m}
dinerowealth{m}
dinero contantecash money{m}
dinero plásticocredit card (electronic money){m}
dinitrofenilhidrazinadinitrophenylhydrazine{f} [organic compound]
dinámicamentedynamically{adv}
dinámicodynamic{adj}
dinosauriodinosaur{m} [zoology]
dinásticodynastic{adj}
dintellintel{m}
dinucleótidodinucleotide{m} [biochemistry]
diododiode{m}
dioldiol{m} [organic compound]
dionisíacoDionysian{adj}
Dionisiafemale given name, feminine form of Dionisio, equivalent to English Denise{prop}
dionisiacoDionysian{adj}
Dionisiomale given name, cognate to English Dionysius and Dennis{prop}
DionisoDionysus{prop} [Greek mythology]
diosgod{m}
DiosGod{prop}
diosa de la camasex goddess{f} [idiomatic]
dios astadoHorned God{n}
Dios míoAn expression of shock or surprise, equivalent to English expressions like my God or oh my God{interj}
dioxinadioxin{f} [organic compound]
dioxoantracenodioxoanthracene{m} [organic compound]
diplomadiploma{m}
diplomaciadiplomacy{f}
diplomáticadiplomacy{f}
diplomáticafeminine form of diplomático{f}
diplomáticodiplomatic{adj}
diplomáticodiplomat{m}
diplosomadiplosome{m} [cytology]
dipéptidodipeptide{m} [organic compound]
diputadoa representative in a legislative chamber{m}
diputadodeputy{m}
diquedam, dike{m}
diquedock{m}
direcciónaddress{f}
direccióndirection{f}
direcciónmanagement, or running of a business or organisation{f}
dirección IPIP address{f}
directahigh gear{f}
directamentedirectly{adv}
directivaboard of directors{f}
directodirect{adj}
directordirector{m}
directora(female) director{f}
directorahead (headmistress){f}
directoraldirectorial{adj}
directoriodirective{m}
directoriodirectory{m}
directrizguideline{f}
directrizdirectrix{f} [math]
diéresisdieresis{f}
dirigenteleading, ruling{adj}
dirigentemanaging{adj}
dirigenteleader{mf}
dirigibledirigible{m}
dirigidodirected{adj}
dirigirto address, direct to{v}
dirigirto direct{v}
dirigirto lead, guide, conduct{v}
dirigirto steer{v}
dirigirsehead (move in a specified direction), to go to{vi}
dirimirto cancel, void{v}
dirimirto resolve{v}
dis-{prefix} [l/en, dis-]
disacaridasadisaccharidase{f} [enzyme]
disacáridodisaccharide{m} [carbohydrates]
discapacitadohandicapped{adj}
discarTo dial{v}
discernirto distinguish, discern{v}
disciplinadiscipline{f}
disciplinasubject (area of study){f}
disciplinarto discipline{v}
disciplinariodisciplinary{adj}
discoclub, discotheque{f}
discodisc{m}
discophonograph record or disc{m}
discorotary dial{m}
discodiscus{m} [sports]
disco durohard drive{m} [computing]
discografíadiscography{f}
discográficodiscographical{adj}
discoidedisk-shaped; discoid{adj}
disconformedissatisfied, unhappy{adj}
discotecadiscotheque, club{f}
discípulodisciple{m}
discípulopupil{m}
discrecióndiscretion{f}
discrepanciaconflict{f}
discrepanciadiscrepancy{f}
discreparto disagree{v}
discretamentetactfully{adv}
discretodiscreet{adj}
discretodiscrete{adj}
discretomodest{adj}
discretoreasonable{adj}
discriminacióndiscrimination{f}
disculpaexcuse{f}
disculparto excuse{v}
disculparto forgive{v}
disculparsereflexive form of disculpar To excuse oneself, to apologize{vr}
disculpándoseapologetically{adv}
discurrirto discourse{v}
discurrirto infer{v}
discurrirto invent{v}
discurrirto reason, think{v}
discursodiscourse{m}
discursospeech{m}
discusiónargument{f}
discusióndiscussion{f}
discutibledebatable{adj}
discutidorargumentative{adj}
discutirOf a group, to examine some subject in detail{v}
discutirTo discuss, to argue; to talk about{v}
diseñadodesigned{adj}
diseñadordesigner{m}
diseñarto design{vt}
disecadodissected{adj}
disecadodried (plant){adj}
disecadostuffed (dead conserved animal){adj}
disecadopreservation (of a plant){n}
disecadostuffing (of a dead animal for conservation){n}
disecarto dissect{v}
disecarto dry, preserve (a plant){v}
disecarto mount{v}
disecarto stuff (a dead animal for conservation){v}
diseccióndissection{f}
diéseldiesel fuel{m}
diseminarto disseminate{v}
disensióndissension; an act of dissent{f}
disensióna fight or altercation{f} [figuratively]
disenteríadysentery{f}
disentirto dissent{v}
disentéricodysenteric{adj}
diseñoA design{m}
diseñoSpanish and Mexican land grants made in Alta California prior to the Mexican-American War{m} [historical]
diseño de terrenoA "design of the land" or landmap. Prior to becoming part of the United States, Mexico had established a land granting system for Alta California. It required the grantee to submit a "letter of request" accompanied by a diseño de terreno.{phrase}
disertarto lecture{v}
disertoskilled in speaking, eloquent{adj}
disfamaralternative spelling of difamar{v}
disfemismodysphemism{m}
disfrazcostumes{m}
disfrazdisguise{m}
disfrazadodisguised{adj}
disfrazarto disguise (to change the appearance){vtr}
disfrutarto enjoy{v}
disfuncióndysfunction{f}
disfunción eréctilerectile dysfunction{f} [pathology]
disfuncionaldysfunctional{adj}
disgregarto separate; disintegrate{v}
disgustadafeminine form of disgustado{adj}
disgustadoupset, annoyed, angry{adj}
disgustarto disgust{v}
disgustoannoyance{m}
disgustodispleasure{m}
disidenciadissidence{f}
disidentedissident{mf}
disimuladoinconspicuous, discreet (without attracting attention){adj}
disimularto dissemble{v}
disiparto dissipate{v}
dislexiadyslexia{f}
dislocarto dislocate{vt}
disléxicodyslexic{adj}
disléxicodyslexic{m}
disímildissimilar{adj}
disminuciónreduction, abatement (act, process, or result of reducing, or abating){f}
disminuidodiminished{adj}
disminuirto decrease{v}
dismutacióndisproportionation{f}
dismutasadismutase{f} [enzyme]
disneadyspnea, shortness of breath{f}
DisneylandiaDisneyland{prop}
disociarto dissociate{v}
disoluciónsolution{f} [chemistry]
disolventesolvent (having the power of dissolving){adj}
disolventesolvent{m}
disolverto solve{v} [obsolete]
disolverto break up{v}
disolverto dissolve{v}
disonanciadissonance, disharmony, discord{f}
disparbumpy{adj}
dispardisparate{adj}
disparinhomogeneous{adj}
disparuneven{adj}
dispararto shoot{v}
dispararseto rocket{vi}
dispararseto go off, bolt{v}
disparatadoabsurd, unrealistic, wild{adj}
disparatadocrazy, mad{adj}
disparatadoeclectic{adj}
disparateGreat amount; a lot{m}
disparatenonsense (meaningless words or actions){m}
disparejobumpy{adj}
disparejodisparate{adj}
disparejodissimilar{adj}
disparejoinhomogeneous{adj}
disparejouneven{adj}
disparoshot{m}
dispendiosospendthrift, wasteful{adj}
dispensarto dispense{v}
dispepsiadyspepsia{f} [pathology]
dispersarto disperse{v}
dispersióndispersion{f}
disponerto have at one's disposal, make use of{vi} [~ de]
disponerto prepare to, be about to{vr} [~se a + infinitive]
disponerto order, decide, stipulate{vt}
disponerto prepare, arrange{vt}
disponibilidadavailability{f}
disponibleavailable{adj}
diásporadiaspora{f}
disposicióncapability{f}
disposicióndisposal{f}
disposiciónfitness{f}
disposicióntalent{f}
disposicióntendency{f}
dispositivoappliance, device, equipment{m}
disprosiodysprosium{m}
dispuestowilling, ready{adj}
disputadispute{f}
disputarto dispute{v}
distanciadistance{f}
distancia euclidianaEuclidean distance{f}
distanciarto become separated{vr}
distanciarto separate{v}
distanciarto space out{v}
distantedistant (space or time){adj}
distarto be far from{v}
distensióndefusion, relaxation, calming{f}
distensiónmuscle strain{f} [medical]
distincióndistinction{f}
distinguibledistinguishable{adj}
distinguidodistinguished, refined, elegant{adj}
distinguirto distinguish{v}
distintodistinct, different{adj}
distintovarious{adj}
distorsióndistortion{f}
distorsionadodistorted{adj}
distorsionarto distort{v}
distraccióndistraction, diversion, amusement{f}
distraídamenteabsentmindedly{adv}
distraídodistracted, absent-minded{adj}
distraerto amuse oneself, have fun{vr}
distraerto entertain, distract{vt}
distribucióndistribution{f}
distribuidordistributor{m}
distribuidorhall, corridor{m}
distribuirto distribute{v}
distritodistrict{m}
Distrito FederalFederal district in Mexico in which the country’s capital, Mexico City is located{prop}
distrofiadystrophy{f} [pathology]
distroglicanodystroglycan{m} [protein]
disturbarto disrupt{v}
disturbarto perturb{v}
disturbiodisturbance{m}
disuadirto dissuade{v}
diterpenoditerpene{m} [organic compound]
diterpenoidediterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
ditioantracenodithioanthracene{m} [organic compound]
diurnodiurnal{adj}
diurnodiurnal (canonical book){m}
diuréticodiuretic{adj}
diuréticodiuretic{m}
divagarto roam, to wander, to stray, to ramble{v}
diversidaddiversity{f}
diversificarto diversify{v}
diversiónfun, entertainment, levity{f}
diversodiverse{adj}
diversoseveral{adj} [plural]
diverticulitisdiverticulitis{m} [pathology]
diverticulosisdiverticulosis{m} [pathology]
divertidamenteamusingly, funnily{adv}
divertidoamusing{adj}
divertidoentertaining{adj}
divertidofunny{adj}
divertimientoamusement{m}
divertirto amuse oneself, have fun{vr}
divertirto entertain{vt}
divertirse(reflexive form of divertir) to have a good time, to enjoy oneself{vr}
dividirto divide{v}
divinadordiviner, foreteller{m} [archaic, obsolete]
divinadorafeminine form of divinador{f}
divinarto divine, foretell{vt} [rare]
divinarto guess{vt} [rare]
divinidaddeity{f}
divinidaddivinity{f}
divinodivine{adj}
divinoheavenly{adj}
divisabadge, emblem, token{f}
divisacurrency{f}
divisaforeign currency, foreign exchange{f}
divisarto perceive{v}
divisióndivision{f}
divorciadafeminine form of divorciado{f}
divorciadodivorced{adj}
divorciadodivorcee, divorcée, divorcé{m}
divorciarto divorce{v}
divorciarsereflexive form of divorciar To get divorced{vr}
divorciodivorce{m}
divulgacióndivulgation, disclosure{f}
divulgarto divulge, to disclose{v}
divulgativodivulging, revealing{adj}
dióxidodioxide{m} [chemistry]
dióxido de azufresulfur dioxide{m} [chemistry]
dizqueallegedly{adv} [Latin America]
dólardollar{m}
dólar canadienseCanadian dollar{m}
dáletdalet; the Hebrew letter ד{f}
dálmataDalmatian{adj}
dálmataDalmatian{mf}
dálmataDalmatian (language){mf}
díálogodialogue{m}
dlsdollars{abbr}
dínamodynamo{m}
dóndewhere?; in what place?{adv} [interrogative]
dónde está el bañowhere is the toilet?{phrase}
dónde están los aseoswhere is the toilet?{phrase}
dánicoDanish{adj}
dónutdoughnut{m}
dowhere{adv}
dodo [musical note]{m}
dowhere{pron}
dúoduo (twosome, especially musicians){m}
doñatitle of respect for a woman comparable to Mrs.{f}
Doñalady of the house, the woman in charge{f}
Doñatitle of respect for a married or widowed woman comparable to Mrs.{f}
dobladillohem of a garment{m}
doblarto double{v}
doblarto dub{v}
doblarto fold{v}
doblarto turn{v}
doblarseto bend, to become curved{vr}
dobledouble{adj}
doble carahypocrite{adj}
doble carahypocrisy{n}
doble carapoker face{n}
doble fosodouble trap{m}
doble penetracióndouble penetration{f}
dobles mixtomixed doubles{m} [sports]
dobletedouble{f} [baseball]
dobletecognate{f}
dobletedoublet{f}
dobletedipole{f} [physics]
dobletrenzapigtail{f}
doble vedouble U (name of the letter W){f}
doblóndoubloon{m}
docetwelve{cardinal num} [cardinal]
docenadozen{f}
docenteteaching{adj}
docentelecturer{mf}
docosanoldocosanol{m} [organic compound]
doctolearned, erudite{adj}
doctordoctor{m}
doctorphysician{m}
doctoradoctor (female){f}
doctoradodoctorate{m}
doctoral{adj} [l/en, doctoral]
doctrinadoctrine{f}
doctrinaldoctrinal{adj}
documentacióndocumentation{f}
documentaldocumentary{m}
documentarto document{v}
documentodocument{m}
dodecaedrododecahedron{m}
dodecafónicododecaphonic{adj} [music]
dodecágonododecagon{m} [geometry]
dogmadogma{m}
dogmáticamentedogmatically{adv}
dogmáticodogmatic{adj}
dogobulldog{m}
dolarto plane (smooth wood with a plane){v}
dolenciaailment, illness{f}
dolerto grieve{vt}
dolerto hurt; to ache{vt}
dolerseto complain{v}
dolomíadolomite{f} [geology]
dolomitadolomite{f}
dolorpain{m}
dolor de cabezasomething which is irritating{m} [figuratively]
dolor de cabezaheadache (pain or ache in the head){m}
dolor de estómagostomachache{m}
Doloresfemale given name{prop}
DoloresThe letter D in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
dolores de tiempoweather pains{n}
dolorosamentepainfully{adv}
dolorosopainful{adj}
domadortamer; one who tames animals{m}
domarto tame{v}
domeñarto subdue{v}
domeñarto tame, to domesticate{v}
domesticacióndomestication{f}
domesticarto domesticate{v}
domiciliarto reside in a place permanently{v}
domiciliarto set up a standing order or direct debit payment in a bank{v}
domicilioaddress{m}
domiciliodomicile{m}
domicilioresidence{m}
dominódomino (domino tile){m}
dominódominoes (game played by arranging domino tiles){m}
dominacióndomination{f}
dominadapull-up; chin-up{f}
dominantedominant{adj}
dominanteprevailing{adj}
dominanteruling{adj}
dominarto dominate{v}
Domingafemale given name{prop}
domingoSunday{m}
Domingomale given name, cognate to Dominic{prop}
domingo sieteunplanned pregnancy{n} [idiomatic, slang]
Dominica{prop} [l/en, Dominica]
dominicaldominical (of or pertaining to Sunday){adj}
dominicanoRelating to the Dominican Republic{adj}
dominicanoRelating to the religious order founded by St. Dominic{adj}
dominicanoA member of the religious order founded by St. Dominic{m}
dominicanoA person from the Dominican Republic or of its descent{m}
dominiocontrol{m}
dominiomastery{m}
dominiopower{m}
dominiorule, dominion{m}
dominio públicopublic domain (the feature of intellectual property being not protected under patent or copyright){m}
dominiquésDominican (of Dominica){adj}
dominiquésDominican (person from Dominica){m}
DomínguezSpanish surname{prop}
domodome (architectural element){m}
domésticamaid (female servant or cleaner){f} [Spain, pejorative]
domésticodomestic{adj}
donA title of respect to a man, prefixed to Christian names{m}
dongift, present{m}
dongift, talent, knack{m}
don[obsolete] sir, master, lord{m}
DonA title of respect to a man, prefixed to Christian names (similar to English lord){m}
donadoughnut{f}
donacióndonation{f}
donantedonating{adj}
donantedonor{mf}
donarto donate{v}
donativodonation{m}
doncellaabigail{f}
doncellamaid, damsel{f}
dondewhere, in what place{adv} [in indirect questions]
dondebecause{conj} [Chile, colloquial]
dondeif{conj} [Latin America, colloquial]
dondewhere, in what place{pron} [relative]
dondequieraanywhere, wherever{adv}
donde tengas la olla no metas la polladon't shit where you eat{proverb}
dopajedoping{m}
dopaminadopamine{f} [neurotransmitter]
doparTo dope; do doping{v}
doquieranywhere, wherever{adv}
-dorForming derivatives of other nouns:{suffix}
-dorForming (usually agent) nouns and adjectives from verbs. The form used depends on the suffix of verb being appended: for -ar verbs use -ador (-adora), for -er verbs -edor (-edora) and for -ir verbs -idor (-idora){suffix}
-dorafeminine form of -dor{suffix}
doradogolden{adj}
doradoplating with gold{m}
doradovarious species of golden-colored fish (though not usually the pet goldfish){m}
dorarto brown{v} [cooking]
dorarto gild{v}
dormidosleeping{adj}
dormilónsleepy{adj}
dormilónSomeone who sleeps a lot; sleepyhead{m}
dormilonafeminine form of dormilón Someone who sleeps a lot; sleepyhead{f}
dormirto die; to rest in death{v} [euphemistic]
dormirto fall asleep{vr}
dormirto sleep{v}
dormir a pierna sueltato sleep like a log{v} [idiomatic]
dormir como un ceporroTo sleep like a log{v} [simile]
dormir la monato sleep off (a hangover){v} [idiomatic]
dormirsereflexive form of dormir, to fall asleep{vrr}
dormitarto doze or nap{v}
dormitoriobedroom{m}
Doroteafemale given name, cognate to Dorothy{prop}
dorsaldorsal{adj} [anatomy]
dorsal ancholatissimus dorsi{m}
dorsoback{m} [anatomy]
dorsobackstroke{m}
dostwo{cardinal num} [cardinal]
dos cervezas, por favortwo beers please{phrase}
doscientasfeminine form of doscientos{num}
doscientostwo hundred{num}
dosisdose{f}
dos puntoscolon, colons (punctuation mark){m}
dos tiemposclean and jerk{n}
dotación(countable) a resource{f}
dotación(uncountable) resources{f}
dotadotalented, gifted{adj}
dotarto endow{v}
dotedowry{f}
dotetalent{f}
douladoula{f}
doxologíadoxology{f}
dípterodipteral{adj}
dípterodipterous{adj}
dípterodipteran{m}
dptoapartment{abbr}
dptodepartment{abbr}
Dr.short for Doctor{abbr}
dracmadrachma{f}
dracmadram{f}
draconianodraconian{adj}
draconianoDraconian{adj}
dríadaalternative form of dríade{f}
dríadedryad{f} [Greek mythology]
dragaminasminesweeper{m} [nautical]
dragarTo dredge{v}
dragóndragon (legendary serpentine creature){m}
dragóndragoon (horse soldier){m}
dragothe dragon tree{m}
dragonafeminine form of dragón a female dragon{f}
dragonalanyard (a cord with a hook; once used to fire artillery){f}
dramadrama{m}
dramatizacióndramatization{f}
dramatizarTo dramatize{v}
dramáticamentedramatically{adv}
dramáticodramatic{adj}
DráculaDracula{prop}
drenajedrainage{m}
drenarto drain{v}
DresdeDresden{prop}
driblarto dribble{v}
drogadrug{f}
drogaindebtedness, debt (also means drug){f} [Mexico]
drogadiccióndrug addiction{f}
drogadictafeminine form of drogadicto{f}
drogadictodrug addict{adj}
drogadictodrug addict{m}
drogadohigh (on drugs){adj}
drogarto drug{v}
drogueríadrug store, pharmacy{f}
dromedariodromedary{m}
Drs.Doctores{abbr}
dársenadock{f}
drásticamentedrastically{adv}
drásticodrastic{adj}
druídicodruidic{adj}
druidadruid{m}
druidismodruidism{m}
drupadrupe{f} [botany]
díscolorebellious, disobedient{adj}
díscolodisobeyer{m}
dsedazeta; the Greek letter Ζ, ζ{f}
dsetazeta; the Greek letter Ζ, ζ{f}
déspotadespot{mf}
dátildate (fruit of the date palm){m}
DUDurango (Mexican state){abbr}
dualdual{adj}
dualdual{adj} [grammar]
dualidadduality{f}
DubáiDubai{prop}
DublínDublin (the capital of the Republic of Ireland){prop}
dubniodubnium{m}
dubéridewberry{m}
ducentésimotwo hundredth{adj}
duchashower{f}
ducharto shower{v}
ducharseto take a shower{vr}
duchoexperienced, skilled{adj}
ductilidadductility{f}
dudadoubt{f}
dudarto doubt{v}
dudosamentedoubtfully{adv}
dudosodubious{adj}
dueñaFeminine form of dueño- owner{f}
dueñamistress{f}
dueloduel{m}
duelosorrow{m}
duendeThe power to attract through personal magnetism and charm{m}
dueñomaster{m}
dueñoowner, proprietor, landlord{m}
duermevelaDozing, drowsiness, the state of being half-asleep, either napping or from exhaustion{n}
duermevelaRestless sleep; a period of wakefulness or partial wakefulness between periods of sleep.{n}
duermevelaThe vivid sleep when one thinks one is still awake{n}
dulcesweet{adj}
dulcecandy{m}
dulcesweet food; dessert{m}
dulce de lechedulce de leche{m}
dulce de membrilloquince jelly{m}
dulcedumbrepleasantness, softness{f} [figurative]
dulcedumbresweetness{f}
dulcementesweetly{adv}
dulceraA dish, often of crystal, for storing or serving syrupy sweets, honey, etc{f}
dulceríaA confectionary shop{f}
dulces sueñossweet dreams{phrase} [idiomatic]
dulcificarto mollify{v}
dulcificarto sweeten{v}
dulzurasweetheart{f}
dulzurasweetness{f}
dunadune{f}
duodécimotwelfth{adj}
duodécimotwelfth{m}
duodenalduodenal{adj}
duodenoduodenum{m} [anatomy]
duplicaciónduplication{f}
duplicarto duplicate{v}
duplicidadduplicity{f}
duqueduke{m}
duquesaduchess (feminine form of duque){f}
-duraForms nouns from verbs. The form used depends on the suffix of verb being appended: for -ar verbs use -adura, for -er verbs -edura, and for -ir verbs -idura{suffix}
durabledurable{adj}
duraciónduration, length (time){f}
duraderodurable, enduring, permanent{adj}
duraderolong-term, long-lasting{adj}
DurangoA state of Mexico{prop}
duranguenseDurangan, of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Durango{adj}
duranteduring{prep}
durantefor (as a duration){prep}
durarto last{v}
durazneropeach tree{m} [Latin American Spanish]
duraznopeach{m} [Latin American Spanish]
duraznopeach tree{m} [Latin American Spanish]
durezaarduousness{f}
durezahardness{f}
duriándurian{m}
durmientesleeping{adj}
durmientesleeper{mf}
durocruel, severe, harsh{adj}
durofirm, solid{adj}
durohard{adj}
duromean, stingy, ungenerous{adj}
durodrunk, tipsy{adj} [Mexico]
durorough, uncouth{adj}
durotough, resilient, strong{adj}
durounbearable, offensive{adj}
duroa coin worth 5 pesetas{m} [Spain, colloquial]
durísimosuperlative form of duro{adj}
duxdoge (chief magistrate in the republics of Venice and Genoa){m}
DávilaSpanish surname{prop}