Spanish words starting with M:

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m.noon{abbr}
mUsed in SMS for me{abbr}
Declined form of yo used as the object of a preposition. Me{pron}
mThe 13th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
abbreviation of the given name María{abbr}
MThe 13th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
míafeminine form of mío Mine, my{adj}
míafeminine form of mío Mine{pron}
mañabad habit, vice, mania{f} [Latin America]
mañabad temper, ill humor{f} [Latin America]
mañaSkill or ability{f}
mañanasoon, shortly{adv}
mañanatomorrow{adv}
mañanathe morning{mf} [f]
mañanathe near future; tomorrow{mf} [m]
macabeohenpecked, whipped{adj} [Chile]
macabeoOf, from, or pertaining to Macas (city in Ecuador){adj}
macabeoOf or pertaining to the Maccabees (Jewish liberation movement){adj}
macabeoA person from Macas (city in Ecuador){m}
macabeoone who is henpecked or whipped{m} [Chile]
macabromacabre{adj}
macacabinge, drunken spree, drunk, jag{f}
macacamasturbation{f} [Chile, vulgar]
macacafemale hobgoblin{f}
macacafemale macaque monkey; see macaco{f}
macacamacaca, a small coin equal to one peso{f} [Honduras]
macacaBrazilian woman{f} [South America, pejorative]
macacougly, misshapen, deformed, squat{adj} [slang]
macacohobgoblin, bogeyman{m}
macacomacaque{m}
macacoBrazilian{m} [South America, pejorative]
macanudogreat, extraordinary{adj} [Latin America, colloquial]
macanudopretentious, ostentatious, magnificent{adj} [Latin America, colloquial]
macaquitosBrazilians (often implying a perceived tendency to copy American and European fads){mp} [by extension, slang, derogatory]
macaquitoslittle monkeys{mp} [literally]
macarrónpimp (prostitution solicitor){m} [colloquial]
macarrónmacaroon{m}
macarrónsheath, sleeving{m}
macarrónsleeving tube or pipe{m}
macarrónicomacaronic{adj}
macartismoMcCarthyism{m}
MacedoniaMacedonia{prop}
macedonioMacedonian{adj}
macedonioMacedonian{m}
maceraciónmaceration{f}
macerarto macerate (soften in a liquid){v}
macetaflowerpot{f}
machaChilean razor clam (edible mollusk){f}
machacamachada (insect){f}
machacamachada (meat){f}
machacarTo crush{v}
macharto grind, to pound{v}
macharseto get drunk{v} [Latin America]
machetazocut or hit with a machete{m}
machetemachete{m}
machetemediocre method for obtaining somewhat accurate results; shortcut{m}
machetearto chop with a machete{v}
machismomachismo{m}
machistachauvinistic{adj}
machistamale chauvinist{m}
machomale{adj}
machostrong, brave{adj}
machoanvil{m}
macholarge hammer used to forge{m}
machomale{m}
machorravirago, tomboy{f} [Mexico]
machorrasterile female{f}
machorromale, big daddy, a pussyman{m} [augmentative]
machucarto bruise{v}
machucarto squash, crush{v}
macismace (spice){m}
macizomassive, large{adj}
macizohunky, dishy{adj} [slang]
macizosolid{adj}
macizoflowerbed{m}
macizomassif{m}
macizomass, solid{m}
macizoA hunk{m} [slang]
macoprison{m}
macollaStems, flowers, tillers, etc. growing in a clump or tuft, as with bunchgrass{f}
macrónmacron{m}
macro-macro-{prefix}
macroeconómicomacroeconomic{adj}
macroeconomíamacroeconomics{f}
macroeconomíamacroeconomy{f}
macroelementomacroelement{m}
macroglobulinamacroglobulin{f} [protein]
macroscópicomacroscopic{adj}
MadagascarMadagascar{prop}
madejaskein, hank, ball of yarn{f}
maderamakings{f}
maderawood{f}
maderawooden plank, board{f}
madereríashop selling wood and wood products{f}
madererorelated to logging{adj}
madereroA lumberjack{m}
madereroA male woodworker{m}
madereroAn overseer of something wood related{m}
madereroA wooden raft or log navigator on a watercourse{m}
maderoa piece of wood{m}
maderoa clumsy person{m} [Spain, derogatory]
maderopolice officer, compare pig{m} [Spain, derogatory]
madrastrastepmother{f}
madremother{f}
madreñaclog{f}
madrearto look like one's mother{v}
madrearto damage, break or break down something{v} [vulgar, Mexico]
madrearto strongly pound someone{v} [vulgar, Mexico]
madrearseto turn sour{v} [said especially of wine]
MadridMadrid{prop}
MadridThe letter M in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
madridistaOf or from Madrid{adj}
madridistaOf or connected to Real Madrid, a famous football club from Madrid{adj} [soccer]
madridistaMadridista (Someone who plays for or works for Real Madrid){mf} [soccer]
madridistaSomeone from Madrid{mf}
madrigueraburrow, den{f}
madrileñoMadrilenian; of or from Madrid{adj}
madrileñoMadrilenian; a person from Madrid{m}
madrinagodmother{f}
MadrizMadriz{prop}
madroñoFruit of the strawberry tree{m}
madroñostrawberry tree, Arbutus unedo{m}
madrugadadawn{f}
madrugadaearly hours of the morning, before dawn{f}
madrugadaperiod of time between midnight and before the sunrise{f}
madrugadorrising or waking early{adj}
madrugadorearly riser, early bird{m}
madrugarto get up early{v}
madrugónearly riser, early bird{m} [colloquial]
madrugónearly start{m} [colloquial]
maduraciónmaturation{f}
maduraciónripening{f}
madurarto mature{v}
madurarto ripen{v}
madurativoMade mature{adj}
madurezmaturity{f}
maduritaMILF (older sexually attractive woman){f}
maduromature, of relatively old age (said of people){adj}
maduroripe{adj}
maduroshort for plátano maduro - "ripe plantain"{m}
maeguy, man{m} [Costa Rica]
maesemaster{m} [obsolete]
maeso(disuse) master{m}
maestra(master) craftswoman{f}
maestramistress{f}
maestrateacher (female){f}
maestríamastery{f}
maestre de campocolonel (rank below capitán general in the Spanish Empire){m} [archaic]
maestroexpert, master{adj}
maestromaster{m}
maestro(master) craftsman, handyman, contractor, construction worker{m}
maestroteacher (male){m}
mafiaMafia (any criminal organisation){f}
mafiaMafia (Italian Mafia){f}
mafiosoMafioso{m}
magafemale magician, female conjurer{f}
magdalenacupcake{f}
magdalenamadeleine (cake){f}
Magdalenafemale given name, cognate to Magdalene{prop}
magiamagic{f}
magiaspell, charm, conjuration{f}
magia blancawhite magick, white magic{n}
magia grisgray magick{n}
magia negrablack magick, black magic{n}
magistradojudge{m}
magistralmagistral, magisterial{adj}
magistralmentemagisterially, masterly{adv}
magistraturamagistracy{f}
magmáticomagmatic{adj}
magnanimidadmagnanimity{f}
magnatemagnate, tycoon{m}
magnesiamagnesia{f}
magnesiomagnesium{m}
magnetarmagnetar{f}
magnetismomagnetism (the property of being magnetic){m}
magnetitamagnetite{f}
magnetomagneto{m}
magnetoestrellamagnetar{f}
magnetosferamagnetosphere{f}
magníficomagnificent{adj}
magnicidioassassination{m}
magnitudmagnitude{f}
magnánimomagnanimous{adj}
magnogreat{adj}
magnéticomagnetic{adj}
magomagician (attributive){adj}
magoMagi{m}
magomagician, sorcerer{m}
magrolean, without fat{adj}
magroloin of pork{m}
magístermagister (the possessor of a master's degree){m}
magueymaguey{m}
magulladurabruise{f}
magullarto bruise{v}
MagunciaMainz (capital of Rhineland-Palatinate){prop}
MahomaMuhammad (Islamic prophet){prop}
mahometanoMuslim{adj}
mahometanoMuslim{m}
MaineMaine{prop}
Maitefemale given name{prop}
maizalpiece of land cultivating corn; cornfield{m}
maizenacornflour, cornstarch{f}
majaderamentefoolishly{adv}
majaderoclown{m}
majaderofool{m}
majaderopestle{m}
majarto crush{v}
majarto grind{v}
majarto pound{v}
majestadmajesty{f}
majestuosamentemajestically, kingly{adv}
majestuosomajestic, majestical, august, grand{adj}
majestuosostately, pompous{adj}
majogood-looking, handsome{adj} [Spain, informal]
majolikeable, nice, pretty{adj} [Spain, informal]
malbadly; poorly{adv}
malevil, harm; a bad thing or situation{m}
MalíMali (country in Western Africa){prop}
malasuitcase{f}
malabarMalayalam (language){m}
malabarismojuggling{m}
malabaristajuggler{mf}
malacateA type of capstan or winch formerly used in mines to extract minerals and water{m} [historical]
malacitanoof or from Málaga{adj}
malacitanoperson from Málaga{m}
malagueñoof or from Malaga{adj}
malagueñoperson from Malaga{m}
malaguistaA person connecting with Malaga CF, as a fan, player, coach etc.{mf} [soccer]
mala lecheBad intention when doing something harmful to someone{f} [colloquial, Spain]
malandrodelinquent{m} [colloquial, Uruguay, masculine only]
malandroyoung delinquent{m} [colloquial, Venezuela]
malaquitamalachite{f}
malariamalaria{f}
MalasiaMalaysia{prop}
malasioMalaysian{adj}
malasioMalaysian{m}
mala suertebad luck; tough luck{interj}
malatiónmalathion{m}
malatomalate{m}
malauíMalawian{adj}
malauíMalawian{mf}
MalauiMalawi (Republic of Malawi){prop}
Malawialternative spelling of Malaui{prop}
malayalamMalayalam (language){m}
malayoMalay (from Malaysia){adj}
malayoMalay (language){m}
malayoMalay (person){m}
malbaratarto squander{v}
malcriadafeminine form of malcriado{f}
malcriadospoiled (having a selfish or greedy character due to pampering){adj}
malcriadoOne who is spoiled{m}
maldadbadness; evilness{f}
maldadbad or evil deed{f}
maldecirto damn, to curse{v}
mal de cocooff one's head, off one's rocker (crazy){adj} [colloquial, idiomatic]
mal de ojoevil eye (curse done by a malevolent gaze){m}
maldicióncurse{f}
malditamentevery badly{adv}
malditocursed, damned{adj}
malditodamn{interj}
MaldivasMaldives{prop}
maldivoMaldivian{adj}
maldivoMaldivian (person){m}
MaldonadoA city in Uruguay{prop}
MaldonadoSpanish surname{prop}
maleabilidadmalleability, malleableness{f}
maleablemalleable{adj}
maleableplastic (capable of adapting to varying conditions){adj}
maleantemalicious{adj}
maleantegangster, criminal{mf}
malearto corrupt{v}
malearto make bad{v}
malearto pervert{v}
maledicenciagossip, slander{f}
maleducadobad mannered, rude{adj}
malentendidomisunderstanding{m}
malestardiscomfort{m}
malestarunease{m}
maletatrunk, boot (of a car){f} [Chile, Venezuela]
maletasuitcase{f}
maleterotrunk, boot (space to carry luggage){m} [Cuba, Bolivia, Spain]
maletitadiminutive form of maleta{f}
maletínbriefcase{m}
malezaunderbrush{f}
malezaweed{f}
maléficoevil{adj}
malformaciónmalformation{f}
malfuncionarto malfunction{v}
malgacheMalagasy{adj}
malgacheMalagasy{mf}
malgastarto waste{v}
malhadadoburdened with bad luck{adj}
malhechorwrongdoer{m}
malherirto injure fatally, mortally wound{v}
malhumoradocrabby, peevish{adj}
malhumoradosullen{adj}
maliciamalice{f}
maliciosamentemaliciously{adv}
maliciosomalicious{adj}
malienseMalian{adj}
malienseMalian{mf}
malignidadmalignancy, malignity{f}
malignomalicious{adj}
malignomalignant{adj} [oncology]
malintencionadoill-intentioned, evil-minded{adj}
malinterpretarto misinterpret{v}
mallamesh (cloth){f}
mallastrap handle{f}
mallaralternative spelling of majar{v}
malloa kind of game{m}
mallomallet{m}
MallorcaMallorca{prop}
mal nacidoill-bred, mean{adj}
malnacidodisgusting, abominable (of a person or animal){adj}
malnacidoasshole, pig, son of a bitch, bastard{m}
malnutriciónmalnutrition{f}
malobad{adj}
maloevil{adj}
malosick{adj}
malogradounsuccessful; abortive{adj}
malograrto ruin{v}
malokahouse{f} [Colombia]
malos tratosdomestic violence{m}
malparidodisgusting, abominable (of a person or animal){adj}
malparidoasshole, pig, son of a bitch, bastard{m}
malpaísakin to badlands, but of volcaniclastic origin{m}
malpaískarst{m} [geology]
malsanounhealthy{adj}
malísimosuperlative form of malo Very bad, dreadful{adj}
maltamalt{f}
maltamalta{f}
MaltaMalta{prop}
maltasamaltase{f} [enzyme]
maltesafeminine form of maltés{f}
maltitolmaltitol{m} [organic compound]
maltodextrinamaltodextrin{f}
maltosamaltose{f} [carbohydrates]
maltotriosamaltotriose{f} [carbohydrates]
maltratarto mistreat{v}
maltésMaltese (from or native to Malta){adj}
maltésMaltese (pertaining to Malta){adj}
maltésa Maltese person{m}
maltésthe Maltese language{prop}
malvamauve{adj}
malvamallow{f}
malvamauve{f}
malvadamentewickedly, naughtily, mischievously, hellishly{adv}
malvadoevil, wicked, mean, bad{adj}
malvaviscomallow{m}
malvaviscomarshmallow{m} [Mexico]
malvenderto sell for less than cost{v}
malversadorembezzler, grafter, peculator{m}
malversarto embezzle{v}
MalvinasFalklands, Falkland Islands{prop}
malvinenseFalkland Islands{adj} [attributive]
malvinenseFalklander, Falkland Islander{mf}
malvivirto live badly{v}
malévolomalicious, evil{adj}
mamámum, mom{f} [colloquial, familiar]
mamabreast, mamma{f}
mamacitadiminutive form of mamá{f}
mamacitababe, hottie (sexually attractive woman){f} [Latin America, slang]
mamadadrunkenness{f} [Argentina, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Uruguay, colloquial]
mamadacinch, something easy{f} [Latin America]
mamadamilk; (of baby) feeding time{f}
mamadablow job{f} [slang]
mamadasuck{f}
mamadaan intentional mean action or statement; a stupid action or statement; a practical joke{f} [vulgar, Mexico]
mamaderababy bottle{f}
mamaditadiminutive form of mamada{f}
mamadomuscular (having well-developed muscles){adj} [slang, Mexico]
mamañemacocksucker{mf} [literally]
mamahuevococksucker{m} [vulgar]
mamar(blowjob) to blow{v}
mamarto bullshit or fuck around{v}
mamarto suck{v}
mamarto suckle{v}
mamariomammary{adj}
mamarrachobuffoon, clown (ridiculous, badly dressed person){m} [pejorative, colloquial]
mambamamba{f}
mambomambo (dance){m}
mambomambo (music){m}
mameyThe mamey or mammee apple, Mammea americana{m}
mamíferomammalian{adj}
mamíferomammal{m}
mamimommy; (fam) mother{f}
mamitadiminutive form of mamá mummy{f}
mamónsucking{adj}
mamónshoot (of a plant){m} [botany]
mamónmama's boy, mommy's darling (person clinging to his mother){m} [Chile, pejorative]
mamónmamoncillo (tree and fruit), scientific name Melicoccus bijugatus{m}
mamónstupid person, dumbass, sucker{m} [Mexico, pejorative]
mamónsuckling{m}
mamónblowjob{m} [vulgar]
mamografíamammography{f}
mamoncilloThe mamoncillo{m}
mamotretoA huge object{m}
mamparapanel, small movable screen{f}
mamparobulkhead{m}
mamutmammoth (animal){m}
mamut lanudowoolly mammoth{m}
manámanna{m}
manípeanut{m}
-manafeminine form of -mano{suffix}
maníadislike{f}
maníamania, bad habit, obsession{f}
maníamania (craze, something popular at the time){f}
maníamania (violent derangement){f}
-manía-mania{suffix}
MANAMovimiento Auténtico Nacionalista{acronym}
maníacomaniac{m}
manadahandful (amount held in hand){f}
manadaherd, pride{f} [zoology]
ManaguaManagua{prop}
manantialspring (water){m}
manargush forth{v}
manatímanatee{m}
mancebojuvenile{adj} [rare]
manceboyouth{m} [archaic]
mancebobachelor{m} [rare]
manceboyoung servant, waiter{m}
manchúManchu{adj}
manchúManchu{mf}
manchúManchu language{prop}
manchablemish{f}
manchastain{f}
manchadospotted{adj}
mancharto sully (one's name, reputation, honour, etc.){vt} [figuratively]
mancharto spot, stain, mark{vt}
-mancia-mancy{suffix}
mancillarto besmirch{v}
mancodefective, faulty{adj}
mancooarless, without oars{adj} [figuratively, nautical]
mancoone-handed, one-armed, maimed{adj}
mancohorse{m} [Chile, collquial]
mancomúnBy common agreement, conjointly{adv} [de mancomún]
mancomunadamenteconjointly{adv}
mancomunarTo require both sides pay jointly the costs of a lawsuit{vt} [legal]
mancomunarto pool, to combine{vt}
mancomunidadcommonwealth{f}
mancuernadumbbell{fp}
mandavow{f}
mandarto lead{v} [dancing]
mandarto enjoin{v}
mandarto lead, to be in charge, to command{v}
mandarto order{v}
mandarto send{v}
mandar a freir espárragostell someone to take a long walk on a short pier; go jump in the lake{v} [idiomatic]
mandar a hacer puñetastell someone to take a long walk on a short pier; go jump in the lake{v} [idiomatic]
mandarínmandarin{adj}
mandarínMandarin{m}
mandatariohead of state{m}
mandatomandate{m}
mandíbulajaw{f}
mandíbulas de la vidajaws of life{fp}
mandilapron{m}
mandilóncoward, weakling{m}
mandilónhenpecked husband (powerless married man){m} [Mexico]
mandiocamanioc plant{f}
mandónbossy{adj}
mandónbossyboots{m}
mandocommand{m}
mandoremote control{m}
mandolinamandolin (musical instrument){f}
mandonearto boss{v}
mandrilmandrill{m}
manecillahand (of a clock){f}
manecillapointer, needle, arrow (of an instrument){f}
manejarto drive (a vehicle){v}
manejarto handle{v}
manejarto manage{v}
manejohandling{m}
maneraway; manner{f}
mangúfood dish consisting of mashed, cooked plantains{m} [Dominican Republic, ]
mangasleeve{f}
mangamanga{m}
manganesomanganese{m}
manglarmangrove swamp{m}
manglemangrove{m}
mangohandle{m}
mangomango{m} [plants]
mangonearto be bossy{v}
mangonearto loiter{v}
mangonearto meddle{v}
mangostamongoose{f}
mangostinoThe mangosteen{m}
mangostánThe mangosteen{m}
mangueraA mango orchard{f}
manguerahose{f}
manguitoarmband (for floating){m}
manguitomuff (of clothing){m}
maniatarto place in manacles{v}
manicomioA medical facility for the treatment of mental health issues; an insane asylum{m}
manicuramanicure{f}
manidotrite; hackneyed{adj}
manifestacióndemonstration{f}
manifestamenteobviously; self-evidently; manifestly{adv}
manifestantedemonstrator{mf}
manifestarto declare, express{v}
manifestarto manifest, reveal, display, show{v}
manifiestomanifest, clear, apparent{adj}
manifiestomanifesto, pronunciamento{m}
manillarhandlebar (bar for steering){m}
maniobramaneuver{f}
maniobrarto maneuver{v}
manipulaciónmanipulation{f}
manipuladormanipulating{adj}
manipuladormanipulative{adj}
manipuladormanipulator{m}
manipularto manipulate{v}
maniquímannequin (person who models clothes){mf}
maniquímannequin, dummy (life-size model of the human body){m}
manirrotospendthrift{adj}
manitadiminutive form of mano, little hand{f}
manitasdiminutive form of mano{f}
manitashandyman{f}
maniáticocranky, crazy{adj}
maniáticopedantic, fussy{adj}
maniáticomaniac{m}
manitodiminutive form of mano, little hand{f}
manitolmannitol{m} [organic compound]
manivelahandle{f}
manómetropressure gauge{m}
manoround; hand{f} [in a game]
manohand{f} [of a clock]
manofront foot{f} [of an animal]
manohand{f} [of a person]
manocoat{f} [of paint]
manobuddy, friend{m} [slang, Mexico]
-mano-mane, -maniac{suffix}
mano a manoA corrida in which two rival matadors alternate in fighting several bulls each{m}
mano a manohand to hand (competition), or sometimes hand in hand (cooperation); on equal terms, close together{phrase}
mano auxiliarhelping hand{f}
mano de obralabor (manual laborers){f}
manojohandful, bunch{m}
manoplabaseball glove{f} [baseball, Nicaragua]
manoplagauntlet (glove){f}
manoplamitten{f}
manosamannose{f} [carbohydrates]
manos a la obraLet's get to work{v} [idiomatic]
manosaminamannosamine{f} [carbohydrates]
manosearto fondle{v}
manosearto meddle with; to tamper with, or handle something ignorantly{v}
manotearto gesticulate{vi}
manotearto slap, smack, spank{vt}
manípulohandful{m} [literary, medicine]
manípulomaniple (all senses){m}
manésManx{prop}
mansamentequietly, meekly, gently{adv}
mansedumbremeekness{f}
mansiónestate{f}
mansiónmansion{f}
mansotame, meek, not threatening{adj}
mantablanket{f}
mantamanta ray{f}
mantaponcho{f}
mantarrayamanta ray{f}
mantecafat; butter; lard{f}
mantecosobuttery{adj}
mantecosomellow{adj}
manteltablecloth{m}
manteleríatable linen{f}
mantenerTo maintain; to keep, to preserve{v}
mantenidafeminine form of mantenido{f}
mantenidoa person who does want neither work nor study, either for laze or fun, being come of age and able, and is sustained by other (even parents) or a government without a merit (see huevón){adj} [pejorative]
mantenidoPerson sustained by alimony, kept{adj}
mantenidofreeloader{m}
mantenidokept man, kept woman{m}
mantenimientomaintenance, support{m}
mantequerabutter dish{f}
mantequerachurn{f}
mantequeroof or pertaining to butter{adj}
mantequerobutter maker{m}
mantequillabutter{f}
mantis religiosapraying mantis{f}
mantolayer, surface, blanket, carpet{m}
mantoshroud, cloak{m}
mantramantra (all senses){m}
manualmanual{m}
manualmentemanually; by hand{adv}
manubriomanubrium{m} [anatomy, zoology]
manubriopenis{m} [colloquial]
manubriohandle, crank{m}
manubriohandlebar{m} [Latin America]
manubriowheel{m}
Manuelmale given name, derived from biblical Emanuel{prop}
Manuelafemale given name, feminine form of Manuel{prop}
manufacturarto manufacture{v}
manuscritomanuscript{m}
manuteneralternative form of mantener{v}
manzanaapple{f}
manzanacity block{f}
manzana de AdánAdam's apple{f} [Latin America]
manzana de caramelocandy apple{f}
manzanarapple grove; place where apples are grown{m}
manzana silvestrecrabapple (fruit){f}
manzanillaa type of wine from Cádiz, Andalucía{f}
manzanillacamomile{f}
manzanitadiminutive form of manzana{f}
manzanoapple tree{m}
mañosocranky, crazy (grouchy, irritable, easily upset){adj} [Latin America]
mañosopedantic, fussy{adj} [Latin America]
mañososkillful, crafty{adj}
mapamap (sheet with geographical information on it){m}
mapacheraccoon (nocturnal omnivore living in Northern America){m}
mapucheMapuche{adj}
mapucheMapuche{m}
mapuchinoasshole{adj}
mapuchinoChilean{adj} [pejorative]
mapuchinoindigenous man, most likely mapuches that look like a Chinese{adj} [pejorative]
mapueycush-cush; tropical herb{m}
mapueytuber of the same plant{m}
maquetademo{f}
maquetamodel (miniature representation of a physical object){f}
maquiavélicoMachiavellian{adj}
maquiladoraassembly plant{f}
maquillajemakeup{m}
maquillarto apply makeup or cosmetics{v}
maquillarseto put on makeup, to apply cosmetics{vr}
maquinaciónplot, machination{f}
maquinadordeviser, plotter, machinator{m}
maquinadorMetalworker who works pieces with the use of machines{m} [metallurgy]
maquinalmechanical (referring to the movements of machines){adj}
maquinal[of a person or action] mechanical, automatic (not having or showing thought or spontaneity){adj}
maquinalmentemechanically{adv}
maquinarto machinate, plot{v}
maquinariamachinery{f}
maquinistamachinist{mf}
marsea{mf}
marseaside{mf}
maragang{f} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]
MaríaMary; Miriam{prop} [biblical character]
Maríafemale given name. Spanish and Galician equivalent of Mary{prop}
marañasnarl{f}
marañatangle, muddle{f}
marañathicket{f}
maracaA maraca, percussion instrument{f}
maracaA gay{f} [Chile, Argentina, pejorative]
maracaA whore{f} [Chile, Argentina, pejorative]
maracoA gay{m} [Chile, Argentina, pejorative]
maracuyápassion fruit{f}
mar adentrooffshore, out to sea{adv}
mar AdriáticoAdriatic Sea{prop}
María Jesúsfemale given name{prop}
María Joséfemale given name{prop}
María MagdalenaMary Magdalene{prop} [biblical character]
María Magdalenafemale given name{prop}
Mar AmarilloYellow Sea (Asian sea){prop}
marañóncashew (fruit of the tree){m}
marañóncashew (tree){m}
marantaarrowroot{f}
marasmomarasmus{m} [pathology]
maratónmarathon{m}
maratonianoHaving the characteristics of a marathon{adj}
maratonianoOf or pertaining to a marathon{adj}
maratonistamarathon runner{mf}
maravedímaravedi{m} [historical]
maravillasunflower{f}
maravillasunflower seed{f}
maravillawonder, marvel{f}
maravillarto marvel{v}
maravillarseto marvel, to wonder{vr}
maravillosamentewonderfully, marvelously{adv}
maravillosowonderful, marvelous{adj}
mar BalearBalearic Sea{prop}
marbetelabel{m}
marbetetag{m}
mar BlancoWhite Sea{prop}
mar BálticoBaltic Sea{prop}
marcabrand{f}
marcamark{f}
marcadomarked, pronounced{adj}
marcadorbookmark{m}
marcadormarker{m}
marcadorscoreboard{m}
mar CantábricoCantabrian Sea{prop}
marcapasospacemaker (medical implement){m}
MarcapomacochaMarcapomacocha{prop}
marcarto beat, make (a rhythm){v}
marcarto dial{v}
marcarto mark{v}
marcarto mark (in sports){v}
marcarto show, read, say (of a measuring device){v}
marcarto write down, jot down{v}
marca registradatrademark{f}
Mar CaribeCaribbean Sea{prop}
mar CaspioCaspian Sea{prop}
Marcelafemale given name, cognate to Marcella{prop}
Marcelinafemale given name{prop}
Marcelinomale given name{prop}
Marcelomale given name, equivalent to Marcellus{prop}
mar CeltaCeltic Sea{prop}
marchamojo{f} [colloquial, Spain]
marchaparty (social gathering){f} [colloquial, Spain]
marchadeparture{f}
marchagear (a particular combination or choice of interlocking gears){f}
marchamarch{f}
marcha atléticarace walking{f} [athletics]
marcharto leave{vir} [or]
marcharto function, work, run{vi}
marcharto go, travel{vi}
marcharto march{vi}
Marcha RealMarcha Real (the national anthem of Spain){prop}
marcharsereflexive form of marchar To leave, to go away{vr}
MarchihueMarchihue{prop}
marchitarto wilt{v}
marchitowilted, faded{adj}
marchosafeminine form of marchoso{f}
marchosofun-loving, lively (enjoying parties){adj}
marchosoparty animal{m}
marcialmartial{adj}
Marcialmale given name, cognate to English Martial{prop}
marcianoMartian (of Mars){adj}
marcianoMartian{m}
marcoframe{m}
marcomark (money){m}
marco alemánDeutsche Mark{m}
MarcosMark{prop} [biblical character]
Marcosmale given name, cognate to Mark{prop}
mar de AzovSea of Azov{prop}
mar de BeringBering Sea{prop}
mar de IrlandaIrish Sea{prop}
mar del NorteNorth Sea{prop}
mar de NoruegaNorwegian Sea{prop}
mar de TimorTimor Sea{prop}
mareatide{f}
mareadodizzy{adj}
marealtidal{adj}
marearto get dizzy{vr}
marearto dizzy{v}
marearto sicken{v}
marea rojared tide{f}
MarechalSpanish surname{prop}
mar EgeoAegean Sea{prop}
maremotoseaquake{m} [geology]
mareovertigo, dizziness{m}
marfilivory{m}
marfileñoIvorian{adj}
marfileñoIvorian{m}
margajitamarcasite, white iron pyrites{f}
margaritadaisy{f}
margaritamargarita (cocktail){f}
Margaritafemale given name, meaning Daisy, cognate to English Margaret{prop}
margarita comúndaisy{f}
margaxitaalternative spelling of margajita{f}
margenmargin, edge{m}
marginadoostracized, cast out{adj}
marginadooutsider, outcast{m}
marginalmarginal{adj}
marginarto exclude{v}
margraveA margrave{m}
mariacherare spelling of mariachi{m}
mariachiA mariachi band{m}
mariachiA musician in such a band{m}
mariachiA traditional form of music from the Mexican state of Jalisco{m}
mariachiAn instrumental ensemble accompanying other types of popular Mexican dance and song{m} [by extension, Mexico]
Marianafemale given name, cognate to the English Mariana{prop}
marianismothe concept, found in Latin American folk culture, that a virtuous woman should emulate the Virgin Mary as closely as possible (in terms of piousness, sexual purity, modesty, etc.){m}
Marianomale given name, cognate to Italian Mariano{prop}
maricamagpie{f}
maricapoof; fag; faggot (homosexual man){m} [slang, pejorative]
maricantungagay, whore{adj} [pejorative, slang]
maricónasshole, coward, irresponsible husband or father (mean or rude person){m} [Chile]
maricóncoward{m}
maricón(effeminate boy) girl{m}
maricónhomosexual man, queer, faggot{m} [pejorative]
mariconafeminine form of maricón{f}
mariconafemale homosexual, lesbian{f} [pejorative]
mariconcitolittle faggot, fagboy{m} [diminutive sometimes pejorative]
mariconeogay sex{m} [pejorative]
mariconeríafaggotry{f} [vulgar]
maricotaeffeminate{adj}
maricotahomosexual, gay{adj} [pejorative]
maridablementeconjugally{adv}
maridarto marry{v} [rare]
maridarto combine{v}
maridohusband{m}
mariguanaalternative spelling of marihuana{f}
marihuanamarijuana{f}
marihuaneraFemale form of marihuanero; a female stoner, pothead, weedhead{f}
marihuaneroweedhead, pothead, stoner{m}
marimachotomboy, dyke, lesbian, manwoman{f} [pejorative, vulgar]
marimbamarimba{f}
marinanavy{f}
Marinafemale given name, cognate to English Marina{prop}
marinarto marinate, to marinade{v}
marinerosailor{m}
marinomarine, nautical{adj}
marinosailor{adj}
Mariomale given name, cognate to Marius{prop}
marionasmarionberry{f}
marionberimarionberry{f}
marionetamarionette, puppet{f}
mariposaa butterfly{f}
mariposaa male homosexual{f} [slang]
mariquitaladybird (Commonwealth exc. Canada), ladybug (US, Canada){f}
mariquitaqueer, faggot (US), poof (UK){f} [slang]
mariscadaseafood platter{f}
mariscalmarshal{m}
mariscalquarterback{m}
mariscalseafood dish{m}
mariscoedible shellfish or alga{m}
mariscosseafood{mp}
marismasaltwater marsh, tideland marsh{f}
marisqueríaseafood store{f}
Mar JónicoIonian Sea (European sea){prop}
marmitapressure cooker{f}
marmitakoA stew made with tuna, potatoes, onions, pepper and tomato{m}
marmoladomarbled{adj}
marmosamarmoset{f}
marmotamarmot{f}
MarínSpanish surname, meaning marine or sailor{prop}
mar NegroBlack Sea{prop}
marojored-berried mistletoe (Viscum cruciatum){m}
maromacircus stunt{f}
maromarope{f}
marquesamarchioness{f}
MarquitoA diminutive of the male given name Marcos. It is generally associated with a child and can be translated in English as little Marcos{prop}
marquésmarquess{m}
marranopig (disgusting person){m} [colloquial, pejorative]
marranopig{m}
marraquetabread type, common in Chile, Uruguay, Perú and Argentina{m}
marrarto miss{v}
marrónbrown (colour){adj}
marrónbrown (colour){m}
marrónbug; bitch (something annoying){m} [colloquial]
Mar RojoRed Sea (sea between Africa and Arabia){prop}
marroquíMoroccan{adj}
marroquíMoroccan{mf}
marrubiohorehound (Marrubium vulgare){m}
MarruecosMorocco (country){prop}
marrullerodevious{adv}
marshalésMarshallese{adj}
marshalésMarshallese (person){m}
marshalésMarshallese (language){prop}
marsupialmarsupial{adj}
marsupialmarsupial{m}
martamarten{f}
MartaMartha{prop} [biblical character]
Martafemale given name, cognate to Martha{prop}
MarteMars{prop}
martesTuesday{m}
martillarto hammer{v}
martillazoblow with a hammer{m}
martilleohammering{m}
martillomalleus{m} [anatomy]
martillohammer{m} [athletics]
martilloauction house{m}
martillohammer{m}
martillo de aguawater hammer{m} [physics]
martillo neumáticojackhammer{m}
martillo perforadorjackhammer{m}
martillo sacaclavosclaw hammer{m}
marítimomaritime{adj}
Martinafemale given name, cognate to English Martina{prop}
martinetea type of Flamenco chant{f}
martineteblack-crowned night heron (nycticorax nycticorax){f}
martinetehammer (of a piano){f}
martinetelarge forge hammer{f}
martirioagony, torture{m} [figuratively]
martiriomartyrdom{m}
martiriomartyrium{m}
martirologiomartyrology{m}
Martitadiminutive form of Marta{prop}
Martínmale given name, cognate to English Martin{prop}
MartínezSpanish surname{prop}
martín pescadorkingfisher (Alcedinidae){m}
marujahousewife{f} [colloquial, pejorative]
MarylandMaryland{prop}
marzoMarch{m}
masbut{conj}
mashowever{conj}
míasfeminine plural of mío Mine, my{adj}
míasfeminine plural of mío Mine{pron}
masadough{f}
masamass{f} [physics]
masacrarto massacre{v}
masacremassacre{f}
masa en reposorest mass{f}
masajemassage{m}
masajearto rub or massage{v}
masajistamassagist{mf}
masarto knead{v}
MasayaMasaya{prop}
mascarto chew{v}
mascarillaface mask{f}
mascotaA mascot; the animal that represents a team{f}
mascotaA pet.{f}
mascujarto mumble{v}
masculinidadmasculinity{f}
masculinomasculine, male{adj}
mascullarto mumble; to say through one's teeth{vt} [ditransitive, colloquial]
maseteromasseter{m}
masicotemassicot{m} [chemistry]
masificaciónovercrowding{f}
masillacaulk, putty{f}
masivamentemassively{adv}
masivomassive{adj}
masoquismomasochism{m}
masoquistamasochist{mf}
MassachusettsMassachusetts{prop}
mastectomíamastectomy{f} [surgery]
masticarto chew{v}
masticarto think (about an idea){v}
mastínmastiff{m}
mastocitomastocyte, mast cell{m} [cytology]
mastozoologíamammalogy{f}
mastuerzocress (a plant, Lepidium sativum){m}
mastuerzodumbass{m} [pejorative, colloquial, Spain]
masturbaciónmasturbation{f}
masturbación mutuamutual masturbation{n}
masturbarto masturbate{vt}
masturbarsereflexive form of masturbar To masturbate oneself{vr}
mataplant (organism of the kingdom Plantae){f} [Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba]
matamastic tree, Pistacia lentiscus{f}
matashrub{f}
matasprig{f}
matabichosbug spray{m}
mataburrosgrille guard, bumper guard (car accessory){m}
mataburrosdictionary{m} [Latin America]
matacandelassnuffer, candlesnuffer{m}
matachínclown, buffoon{m}
matacucarachascockroach killer; cockroach spray{m}
mataderoa place for killing{m}
mataderoa slaughterhouse, abattoir{m}
matadofugly, hideous (person){adj}
matadobookish (lover of reading and or study){adj} [Mexico]
matadora slaughterer, a killer{m}
matadormatador, a featured bullfighter at a bullfight event{m} [bullfighting]
matadoraFemale killer{f}
mataduracallus{f}
matafuegofire extinguisher{m}
matagallinaflax-leaved daphne, Daphne gnidium{f} [plant]
MatagalpaMatagalpa{prop}
matahormigasant killer; ant spray{m}
matamoscasfly agaric, Amanita muscaria{m}
matamoscasflyswatter{m}
matanzaa slaughter, a killing{f}
matarto butcher{v}
matarto dull{v}
matarto kill{v}
matarto put out{v}
matarto round off{v}
matarto ruin{v}
matarseto become galled, to become chafed, to get sores (said of horses){v}
matarseto be killed, to meet one’s death{v}
matarseto kill oneself, to commit suicide{v}
matarseto wear oneself out{v}
Matíasmale given name of biblical origin{prop}
MatíasMatthias (Biblical figure){prop}
matasellarto postmark{v}
matasellospostmark{m}
matasuegrasparty horn{m}
matematte (not reflective of light){adj}
matetan, tanned (skin colour){adj} [South America]
mateA hollow calabash gourd, in which the maté is traditionally served{m}
matemate, checkmate{m} [chess]
mateA head{m} [colloquial, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay]
matemaths, mathematics (short for "matemática"){m} [colloquial]
mateThe drink maté prepared of yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis){m}
matearTo drink mate, yerba mate{v} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]
matemáticafeminine form of matemático; a female mathematician{f}
matemáticamathematics{f}
matemáticamentemathematically{adv}
matemáticasmathematics (study of numbers, shapes, structure and change and the relationships between these concepts){fp}
matemáticasPlural form of matemática{fp}
matemáticomathematical (relating to mathematics){adj}
matemáticoA male mathematician{m}
mateogeeky{adj} [colloquial, Chile]
mateoswot, geek, nerd{m} [colloquial, Chile]
Mateomale given name{prop}
MateoMatthew, the apostle.{prop}
MateoOne of the Gospel books of the New Testament{prop}
materiamatter{f}
materiasubject{f}
materia fecalexcrement, fecal matter{f}
materialmaterial{adj}
materialmaterial{m}
materialismomaterialism, constant concern over material possessions and wealth{m}
materialistamaterialist{adj}
materialistamaterialist{mf}
materializaciónmaterialization{f}
materialmentematerially{adv}
materia oscuradark matter{f}
maternalmaternal{adj}
maternidadmaternity{f}
maternidadmotherhood{f}
matesmaths (study){fp}
MathusalamMethuselah (Biblical character){prop}
Matildefemale given name, cognate to English Matilda{prop}
matizhue{m}
matiznuance{m}
matizarTo blend colours in an agreeable way{v}
matizarTo clarify a concept. Be more specific{v}
matónthug, bully, hoodlum{m}
matorralbrush (wild vegetation){m}
matorralscrub{m}
matorralthicket{m}
matracaa pestering, plaguing{f} [colloquial]
matracaratchet, wooden rattle{f} [musical instruments]
matrazAny kind of flask, or glass container used in a chemical laboratory{m}
matrículamatriculation{f}
matrículanumber plate, license plate{f}
matrícularegistration number{f}
matricialmatrix{adj}
matricularto matriculate{v}
matrimoniomarriage{m}
matrimoniomarried couple{m}
matrimoniowedding (the ceremony){m}
matrizmatrix{f}
matrizwomb, uterus{f}
matriz diagonaldiagonal matrix{f} [linear algebra]
matriz identidadidentity matrix{f} [linear algebra]
matriz inversainverse matrix{f} [linear algebra]
matronamatron{f}
matronamidwife{f}
matulawick (of a candle, lamp, etc.){f}
matutinasfeminine plural of matutino{adj}
matutinomorning{adj}
maullarTo meow{v}
maullidomeow{m}
mauricianoMauritian{adj}
mauricianoMauritian{m}
MauricioMauritius{prop}
MauritaniaMauritania{prop}
mauritanoMauritanian{adj}
mauritanoMauritanian{m}
mausoleomausoleum{m}
maximizaciónmaximization{f}
maximizarto maximise{vt}
mayateblack person{m} [Chicano, slang]
mayatefigeater beetle, June bug (Cotinis mutabilis){m}
mayateactive (top) homosexual or bisexual{m} [Mexico, slang]
mayoMay{m}
mayonesamayonnaise{f}
mayonesa vegetarianaveganaise{f}
mayorbigger; comparative form of grande{adj}
mayorolder; in this sense, comparative form of viejo, vieja{adj}
mayorSuperlative forms of (1) and (2). The biggest, the oldest{adj}
mayorwholesale{adj}
mayormajor (military rank){m}
mayoríamajority{f}
mayordomobutler, majordomo{m}
mayoristawholesaler, wholesale dealer{mf}
mayoritariamentemostly, mainly, by a majority{adv}
mayormentemainly, largely{adv}
mayormentemostly, for the most part{adv}
mayúsculaupper case, uppercase{adj}
mayúsculacapital letter{f}
mayúsculoupper case, uppercase{adj}
Maytefemale given name. A less common spelling of Maite{prop}
mayéuticomaieutical{adj}
maízcorn, maize{m}
mazacotea crude work of art{m}
mazacoteannoying person{m} [colloquial]
mazacotedry, hard food{m} [colloquial]
mazacoteconcrete{m}
mazacotebarilla (Salsola soda){m} [plants]
mazapánmarzipan{m}
mazmorradungeon{f}
mazogavel{m}
mazohammer{m}
mazorcacob (such of corn){f}
MCMichoacán (Mexican state){abbr}
MíchiganMichigan{prop}
médanodune (ridge or hill of sand){m}
médanosandbank{m}
módemmodem{m}
médicaFemale physician{f}
médicamentemedically{adv}
médicomedical{adj}
médicophysician{m}
módicolimited, scarce{adj}
módicomoderate{adj}
médiummedium (a person who contacts the dead){m}
médulaalternative spelling of medula{f}
médula espinalspinal cord{f}
módulomodule{m}
meme{pron} [personal, direct object]
meto me, for me{pron} [personal, indirect object]
memyself{pron} [personal]
mearto piss oneself{vr}
mearto piss{v}
mearseto wet, to urinate accidentally in or on{v}
mecaexcrement, shit{f} [colloquial, Chile]
mecamecca{f}
me cago en la lechefuck; fuck it{phrase} [vulgar, Spain, idiomatic]
mecanógrafafeminine form of mecanógrafo{f}
mecanógrafotypist{m}
mecanismomechanism{m}
mecanizaciónmechanization{f}
mecanografíatouch typing{f}
mecanografíatyping{f}
mecanoterapiamechanotherapy{f}
mecapaltumpline{m} [Central America, Mexico]
mecaterope, cord{m} [Central America, Mexico, Venezuela]
MecayapanThe municipality of the same name{prop}
MecayapanThe town of Mecayapan{prop}
mecedorrocking (that rocks, swings){adj}
mecedorrocking chair{m}
mecedorarocking chair{f}
mecedorcitodiminutive form of mecedor{m}
mecenaspatron, sponsor{mf}
mecenazgosponsorship, patronage{m}
mecerto milk{v} [rural, Asturias]
mecerto rock (movement), to cradle{v}
mechalock (length of hair){f}
mechawick, fuse{f}
mecha de ladosidelock{f}
mecherolighter{m}
mechónfresher, freshman (in university){m} [colloquial]
mechónlock, tuft (of hair){m}
mecánicamachinery{f}
mecánicamechanics{f}
mecánica cuánticaquantum mechanics{f}
mecánicamentemechanically{adv}
mecánicomechanical{adj}
mecánicomechanic{m}
medallamedal{f}
medalleromedal table{m}
medallistamedallist{mf}
medallónlocket{m}
medallónmedallion{m}
mediahalf an hour{f}
mediamean, average{f} [mathematics]
mediapantyhose{f}
mediasock, stocking{f}
mediadormediator{m}
mediadosin the middle{adv}
medianamedian{f} [statistics]
media naranjabetter half, significant other{f} [idiomatic, Spain]
medianoaverage{adj}
medianomediocre{adj}
medianomedium{adj}
medianochea small meat pie{f}
medianochemidnight{f}
medianteby means of, through, using{prep}
mediarto center, to give a central, medium or average value{v}
mediarto mediate{v}
mediaspantyhose{fp}
mediassocks{fp}
mediastinoscopiamediastinoscopy{f} [surgery]
mediastínicomediastinal{adj}
mediatecalibrary of tapes, videos and similar media; media library, hybrid library{f}
MediaWikiMediaWiki, a wiki software{prop} [Wiktionary and WMF jargon]
mediblemeasurable{adj}
medicaciónmedication{f}
medicamentomedicine{m}
medicarto medicate{vt}
mediciónmeasurement{f}
medicinamedicine{f}
medicinalmedicinal{adj}
medicinalmentemedicinally{adv}
medidaaction, step, sanction{f}
medidameasure{f}
medidameasurement{f}
medidamoderation{f}
medidormeasuring{adj}
medidormeter (device that measures things){m} [Latin America]
medidormeasurer{m}
medidor de flujo espiratoriopeak flow meter{m}
medievalmedieval{adj}
medimnomedimnus{m}
medioa bit of a, somewhat of a{adj}
mediohalf, half a/an{adj}
mediomean, average{adj}
mediomiddle, mid{adj}
mediomid, in the middle of{adj}
mediohalf, partly{adv}
mediochannel, vehicle, medium{m}
medioenvironment, surroundings, medium, milieu{m}
mediohalfback{m} [football]
mediohabitat{m}
mediohalf{m}
mediomedium (spiritualism){m}
mediomethod, way{m}
mediomedio (an ancient coin){m} [Mexico]
mediomiddle, center{m}
mediomiddle course{m}
mediofive cents{m} [Peru, Cuba]
mediomeans{m} [plural]
mediomedia{m} [plural]
medioresources, funds, means{m} [plural]
mediosociety{m}
medioambientalenvironmental{adj}
mediocremediocre{adj}
mediocridadmediocrity{f}
mediodíameridian{m}
mediodíanoon, midday{m}
mediodíasouth{m}
Medio OrienteMiddle East{prop}
mediosmeans{mp}
mediosmedia{mp}
mediosresources, funds, means{mp}
medirTo measure{v}
meditabundothoughtful, reflective{adj}
meditaciónmeditation{f}
meditarto meditate{v}
mediterráneoMediterranean{adj}
Mediterráneothe Mediterranean{prop}
mediáticomedia (attributive){adj}
medrarto thrive or grow{v}
medulamarrow{f} [anatomy]
medulamedulla{f} [anatomy]
medusajellyfish{f}
MedusaMedusa{prop} [Greek mythology]
megafoníatannoy, PA system{n}
megalitomegalith{m} [archaeology]
megalómanafeminine form of megalómano{f}
megalómanomegalomaniac{m}
megalomaníamegalomania{f}
megalíticomegalithic{adj}
megavoltiomegavolt{m}
megámetromegametre{m}
megogentle, mild, peaceable{adj} [archaic]
me gustasYou turn me on{phrase} [idiomatic, vulgar, slang]
me gustasYou are pleasing to me{phrase} [literally]
MEHMinisterio de Economía y Hacienda{initialism}
meigoA person who is believed to have made a pact with the devil{m} [NW Spain]
meñiquetiny{adj}
meñiquelittle finger{m}
meitneriomeitnerium{m}
mejicanoalternative spelling of mexicano{adj}
mejillacheek{f} [anatomy]
mejillónmussel{m}
mejorbetter{adj}
mejorbetter{adv}
mejoraimprovement, amelioration{f}
mejoríaimprovement, amelioration{f}
mejoranamarjoram, Origanum majorana{f}
mejoranamastic thyms, Spanish wood marjoram, Thymus mastichina{f}
mejorarto improve{v}
mejorarto make better{v}
mejorarseto improve; get better; get well{vr}
melafoA term used to express the sexual appeal of another{interj} [Internet]
melaminamelamine{f}
melancólicamentemelancholically{adv}
melancólicomelancholic{adj}
melancolíamelancholy{f}
melaninamelanin{f}
melanosomamelanosome{m} [cytology]
melazamolasses{f}
MelbourneMelbourne{prop}
MelchîsedecMelchizedek (Biblical character){prop} [archaic]
melódicomelodic{adj}
melecitosamelezitose{f} [organic compound]
melenamane (longer hair growth around head of male lions){f}
melíferomelliferous{adj}
melicitosaalternative spelling of melecitosa{f}
MelillaA Spanish enclave at the edge of Morocco{prop}
melindrosofinikin, finicky (excessively fastidious){adj}
melisalemon balm{f}
melisopalinologíamelissopalynology (study of honey){f}
mellanick, dent, scratch{f}
melladorough{adj}
mellarto nick, to dent{v}
mellizotwin{m}
melómanafeminine form of melómano{f}
melómanomelomaniac{m}
melónmelon{m}
melocotónpeach{m}
melocotoneropeach tree{m}
melodíamelody{f}
melodiosomelodious{adj}
melodramáticomelodramatic{adj}
melomaníamelomania{f}
MelquisedecMelchizedek (Biblical character){prop}
membranamembrane{f}
membranáceomembranaceous{adj}
membranosomembranous{adj}
membrilloquince (fruit){m}
membrilloquince (tree){m}
memomemorandum{m}
memorablememorable{adj}
memoriamemory{f}
memorizarto memorize{v}
memorándummemorandum{m}
menúmenu{m}
menaore{f}
menarquiamenarche{f}
menciónmention{f}
mencionarto mention{v}
mendeleviomendelevium{m}
mendicantemendicant (depending on alms){adj} [religion]
mendicantebeggar, mendicant{mf}
mendigafeminine form of mendigo{f}
mendigarto beg{v}
mendigobeggar{m}
MendozaSpanish surname{prop}
mendrugocrust. Particularly the heel of a loaf of bread{m}
menearto wiggle{v}
menestralhandicraftsman, craftsperson, craftsman (manual laborer){m}
menganowhat's-his-name; so-and-so{m}
menguantedecreasing, diminishing{adj}
menguarto wane{v}
meniscoA lens that is convex on one surface and concave on the other{m}
meniscoA meniscus; curved surface of a liquid{m}
meniscomeniscus, a part of the knee{m} [anatomy]
menopausiamenopause{f}
menopáusicomenopausal{adj}
menorsmaller{adj}
menoryounger{adj}
menorámenorah{f}
menosless{adv}
menosminus{m}
menoscabarto lessen{v}
menoscabodeterioration, uglification{m}
menoscabodishonor{m}
menoscaboEffect of diminishing, reduction{m}
menos maljust as well{adv}
menos malthank God{adv}
menos malphew{interj}
menospreciarto despise scorn{v}
menospreciarto underestimate, undervalue{v}
menárquicomenarcheal{adj}
mensajeA message{m}
mensajeA speech{m}
mensajerafeminine form of mensajero{f}
mensajeromessenger{m}
mensodistracted, absent-minded{adj} [offensive, Mexico, Central America]
mensofoolish, dull{adj} [offensive, Mexico, Central America]
mensoignorant{adj} [offensive, Mexico]
mensoinexpert{adj} [offensive, Mexico]
mensoingenuous, naive{adj} [offensive, Mexico]
mensotimid, shy{adj} [offensive, Mexico]
menstruaciónmenstruation{f}
menstruarto menstruate{v}
mensualmonthly{adj}
mensualidadmonthly payment (amount payed by a debtor){f}
mensualidadmonthly salary{f}
mensualmentemonthly{adv}
mentamint (plant){f}
menta de gatocatnip{f}
mentalmental{adj}
mentalidadmentality{f}
mentalmentementally{adv}
mentarto mention, name{v}
mentemind, intellect{f}
-mente-wise, -ly, in a specified way; used to form adverbs from adjectives{suffix}
mentirto lie (say something untrue){v}
mentiralie, trick, falsity{f}
mentirijillafib, white lie{f}
mentirillawhite lie{f}
mentirosafeminine form of mentiroso{f}
mentirosohaving lies{adj}
mentirosohaving the qualities of a liar{adj}
mentirosoliar{m}
mentónchin{m}
-mentoforming concrete nouns from verbs, with the sense of ‘result, product (of process)’{suffix}
mentolmenthol{m} [organic compound]
mentoplastiamentoplasty{f} [surgery]
mentoríamentorship{f}
menudearto frequently occur{v}
menudoinsignificant{adj}
menudosmall, tiny{adj}
menudowhat a (+ noun){adj}
menudoA traditional Mexican spicy soup made with tripe{m} [Mexico]
meramentepurely{adv}
mercadermerchant{m}
mercaderafeminine form of mercader{f}
mercaderafeminine form of mercadero{f}
mercaderíamerchandise{f}
mercaderilmerchant{adj} [rare]
mercaderomerchant{m} [obsolete]
mercadilloA street market, a market or a small street market{m}
mercadomarket{m}
mercado negroblack market{m}
mercadotecniamarketing (the promotion, distribution and selling of a product or service){f}
mercancíaware, merchandise, goods{f}
mercantilmercantile{adj}
mercaptoetanolmercaptoethanol{m} [organic compound]
mercedmercy{f}
Mercedesfemale given name{prop}
mercenariohired{adj}
mercenariomercenary (soldier){m}
merceríahaberdasher's, haberdashery (a shop selling goods for sewing){f}
mercerizarto mercerize{v}
mercuriomercury{m}
MercurioMercury{prop}
merecedordeserving{adj}
merecerTo deserve{v}
merecidodeserved{adj}
merecimientomerit, desert (that which is deserved){m}
merendarto have a snack{v}
merengueA type of music common in the Caribbean{m}
merenguemeringue{m}
meretriciomeretricious (pertaining to prostitutes){adj}
meretricioprostitution{m}
meridianobright, luminous{adj}
meridianomeridian, midday (attributive){adj}
meridianomeridian{m} [astronomy, geography]
meridionalsouthern{adj}
meriendalunch (meal around midday){f}
meriendatea (afternoon meal){f}
meritarto merit, to earn or deserve{v}
meritoriodeserving, meritorious{adj}
merlánwhiting (fish, Merlangius merlangus){m}
merlónmerlon{m} [architecture, military]
merluzaAny of the fish in the genus Merluccius, all commonly called hakes in English; in Spain especially the European hake, Merluccius merluccius{f}
mermarto reduce{v}
mermeladajam{f}
mermeladamarmalade{f}
meromere{adj}
meropure{adj}
merogrouper (fish){m}
merodeThe action or effects of marauding or pillaging{m}
merodearto maraud; to raid; to pillage{v}
merodearto stalk, loiter{v}
meroterpenoidemeroterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
mesmonth{m}
mesamesa{f}
mesatable{f}
me sabe malI'm sorry{phrase}
mesa de billarbilliard table; pool table{f}
mesa electoralpolling station{f}
mesíasmessiah{m}
mesencéfalomidbrain{m}
meserawaitress{f}
meserowaiter{m} [Mexico, Central America, parts of South America]
mesetaplateau{f} [geography]
meseta de hieloice shelf{f}
mesitadiminutive form of mesa{f}
mesónmeson{m} [Chemistry, Physics]
mesóninn, tavern{m} [dwelling]
mesopausamesopause{f}
mesosferamesosphere{f}
mesosternóngladiolus{m}
mesquitalalternative spelling of mezquital{m} [Mexico]
mesquitealternative spelling of mezquite{m} [Mexico]
mesteñostray (animal){adj}
mesteñountamed, wild{adj}
mesteñomustang (of horses){m}
mesteñostray (animal){m}
mestizajeA miscegenation, especially between Spaniards and natives of their former colonies{m}
mestizoalso of mixed indigenous (aboriginal) and colonial (European) descent{adj}
mestizoOf mixed, Spanish and Native American heritage{adj}
mestizoA person of mixed Spanish and Native American heritage{m}
mestizoA person whose ethnic heritage is of both aboriginal and colonial descent{m}
mesurarto temper{v}
metagoal{f}
metatarget{f}
meta-meta-{prefix}
metabidisminuidometabidiminished{adj} [geometry]
metabólicometabolic{adj}
metabolismometabolism{m}
metabolitometabolite{m} [biochemistry]
metafóricamentemetaphorically, figuratively{adv}
metafóricometaphoric, metaphorical{adj}
metafísicametaphysics (branch of philosophy that studies first principles){f}
metafísicometaphysical{adj}
metafísicometaphysician{m}
metahemoglobinametahemoglobin{f}
metalmetal{m}
metal de transicióntransition metal (transition element){m}
metalerafeminine form of metalero{f}
metalerometal (attributive){adj} [Bolivia, Chile]
metaleroheadbanger, metalhead{m} [informal]
metalerometalworker{m} [rare]
metalizarto coat with metal{v}
metalizarto make metallic, to become metallic{v}
metal preciosoprecious metal{m}
metalúrgicometallurgic, pertaining to metallurgy{adj} [metallurgy]
metalúrgicometallurgist, metal worker{mf} [metallurgy]
metalurgiametallurgy (science of metals){f} [metallurgy]
metalurgistametallurgist{m} [metallurgy]
metamorfosismetamorphosis{f} [biology]
metanfetaminamethamphetamine{f} [organic compound]
metanógenomethanogenic{adj}
metanógenomethanogen{m}
metanomethane{m} [organic compound]
metanolmethanol{m} [organic chemistry]
metaplasmofigure of speech{m}
metastatizarto metastasize{v}
metatemetate{m}
metazoometazoan{adj}
metazoometazoan{m} [zoology]
metódicamentemethodically{adv}
metódicomethodical{adj}
metedurablunder{f} [familiar]
meteoritometeorite{m}
meteorólogometeorologist{m}
meteorometeor{m}
meteoroidemeteoroid{m}
meteorológicometeorologic, meteorological{adj}
meteorologíameteorology{f}
meterto meddle, interfere{vr}
meterto put, to insert{v}
meter el pieto slip up (make a mistake){v} [idiomatic]
metereológicometeorologic{adj}
meteretenosy{adj} [Latin America, familiar]
meteretebusybody{mf} [Latin America, familiar]
meteóricometeoric{adj}
meter la cucharaTo butt in; to stick one's oar in{v} [idiomatic]
meter la narizto be nosy, to put one's nose in someone else's business{v} [idiomatic]
meter la narizto meddle, interfere{v} [idiomatic]
meter la patamess up; slip up; screw up{v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
meter las narices enTo stick one's nose in{v} [idiomatic]
metetenosy, meddlesome{adj} [colloquial]
metáforametaphor (figure of speech){f}
metichenosy, meddlesome{adj} [Central & South America]
metichebusybody{m} [Nicaragua, Cuba, Mexico]
meticulosamentemeticulously{adv}
metidonosy{adj}
metilacetilenopropyne, methylacetylene{m} [organic compound]
metilbencenomethylbenzene{m} [organic compound]
metilenomethylene{m} [chemistry]
metileritritolmethylerythritol{m} [organic compound]
metiletilcetonabutanone{m} [organic compound]
metilfenidatomethylphenidate{m}
metilpropanomethylpropane{m} [organic compound]
metioninamethionine{f} [amino acid]
metlapilA cylindrical grinding stone, especially one used with a metate{m} [Honduras, Mexico]
metálicometallic{adj}
me toca a miit's my turn{phrase}
metodológicomethodological{adj}
metodologíamethodology{f}
metonimiametonymy{f}
metonímicometonymic{adj}
metéoroalternative form of meteoro{m}
-metría-metry{suffix}
metrajeDistance measured in meters{m}
metrallagrapeshot{f}
metrallashrapnel{f}
metralletasubmachine gun{f}
metrónomometronome{m} [music]
metrometer{m}
metrometro{m}
-metro-meter{suffix}
metro cuadradoA square meter, a meter squared{m}
metropolitanometropolitan{adj}
metrópolimetropolis{f}
metrópolismetropolis{f}
metástasismetastasis{f} [medicine]
me valeI don't care{interj} [Mexico]
mevalonatomevalonate{m} [organic compound]
mexicaMexica, Aztec{adj}
mexicaMexica, Aztec{mf}
mexicalenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican city of Mexicali{adj}
mexicanismoA word, usage thereof, or linguistic feature particular to Mexican Spanish; Mexicanism{m}
mexicanoMexican{adj}
mexicanoMexican{m}
mexiquenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Estado de México, or Mexico State{adj}
mexiqueñoDescribing a native or inhabitant of Mexico City{adj}
mexiqueñoNative or inhabitant of Mexico City{m}
mezcalmezcal{m}
mezcalThe variety of the agave plant from with mezcal is distilled{m}
mezclablend{f}
mezclamixture{f}
mezclarto mix{v}
mezclilladenim{f}
mezclilladiminutive form of mezcla{f}
mezquindadmeanness, stinginess, paltriness{f}
mezquindadsmall-mindedness, pettiness{f}
mezquinomiserly, mean, stingy{adj}
mezquinosmall-minded{adj}
mezquitamosque{f}
mezquitalA mesquite grove{m}
mezquitemesquite (tree){m}
mágicomagic, magical{adj}
mágicowonderful{adj}
miapocopic form of mío, my{adj} [before the noun]
mimu; the Greek letter Μ, μ{f}
miadormiaowing{adj}
miadormiaower{m}
miasmamiasma{m}
miaumeow (the sound a cat makes){interj}
miaumeow{m}
Micaelafemale given name, cognate to English Michaela{prop}
mi casa es su casaFormal phrase meaning "my house is your house"{phrase}
mi casa es tu casaInformal phrase meaning "my house is your house"; make yourself at home{phrase}
miéchicadamn, blast{interj} [colloquial]
michoacanoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Michoacán{adj}
MichoacánA state of Mexico{prop}
micoA monkey with a prehensile tail{m}
micoAn ugly person{m}
micochild{m} [familiar]
mico(Nicaragua) Vulva{m}
micologíamycology{f}
micotoxinamycotoxin{f} [biochemistry]
micrófitomicrophyte{m} [biology, botany]
micrófonomicrophone{m}
micrómetromicrometre{m}
micropublic bus{m} [Chile, Argentina]
microminibus{m} [Mexico]
micro-micro-{prefix}
microalgamicroalga{f}
microbianomicrobial{adj}
microbiomicrobe{m} [microbiology]
microbiológicafeminine form of microbiológico{adj}
microbiológicomicrobiological{adj}
microbiologíamicrobiology{f}
microbúsminibus{m}
microclimamicroclimate{f}
microcuerpomicrobody{m} [cytology]
microeconómicomicroeconomic{adj}
microeconomíamicroeconomics{f}
microelementotrace element{m}
microgramomicrogram{m}
micrometeoritomicrometeorite{m}
micrometeoromicrometeor{m}
MicronesiaMicronesia{prop}
micronesioMicronesian{adj}
micronesioMicronesian{m}
microondamicrowave (the electro-magnetic wave){f}
microondasmicrowave oven, microwave{m}
microondasnecklacing (execution by burning tyre){m}
microorganismomicroorganism{m}
microprocesadormicroprocessor{m}
microscopiomicroscope{m}
microscópicomicroscopic{adj}
microsismomicroseism{m}
miedofear{m}
miedosofearful, timid, tremulous{adj}
mielhoney{f}
miel de palmapalm syrup{f}
mielinamyelin{f}
mieludovery sweet{adj} [figuratively]
mieludofull of honey{adj} [literally]
mieludoauto mechanic{m} [El Salvador]
miembrolimb{m}
miembromember{m}
miembropenis{m}
-miento-ment, forming nouns from verbs with the sense of the action or process{suffix}
mientrasmeanwhile{adv}
mientraswhile{conj}
mientras tantomeanwhile{adv}
mierdaworthless, pissass{adj}
mierdashit{f} [vulgar]
miescereal seed (for making bread){f}
miesseed, grain harvest time{f}
migaa bit; a small amount{f}
migacrumb{f}
migaessence, core{f}
migajacrumb{f}
migrañamigraine{f}
migraciónmigration{f}
migrarto migrate{v}
migratoriomigratory{adj}
MiguelMichael.{prop} [biblical character]
Miguelmale given name{prop}
Miguelafemale given name, a feminine form of Miguel{prop}
Miguelitomale given name, diminutive form of Miguel{prop}
Miguel Ángelmale given name{prop}
Miguel ÁngelMichelangelo, the artist{prop}
mijasweetie, daughter, baby girl, little one{f}
mijitadiminutive form of mija; sistergirl, homegirl, girlfriend, honey{f}
m'ijoMi and hijo{contraction}
mijomillet{m} [botany]
mijodarling{m} [colloquial, Chile]
mijofriend, guy{m} [colloquial, Mexico]
milthousand{num} [cardinal]
Milafemale given name, Camila or Ludmila{prop}
milagromiracle{m}
Milagrosfemale given name{prop}
milagrosamentemiraculously{adv}
milagrosomiraculous{adj}
milanesaA thin slice of beef, dipped into beaten eggs, seasoned with salt and other condiments (like parsley and garlic), dipped in breadcrumbs and shallow-fried in oil{f}
milanodown of a thistle{m}
milanoflying gurnard (Dactylopteridae){m}
milanokite{m}
milenariomillenary{adj}
milenariomillennial{adj}
milenariothousand-year-old{adj}
mileniomillennium{m}
milhojasmille-feuille{m}
milimilitary service{f} [colloquial]
mili-milli-{prefix}
miliciaarmy{f}
miliciamilitary service{f}
miliciamilitia{f}
milicosoldier{m} [derogatory, Latin America]
miligramomilligram{m}
mililitromillilitre (a unit of volume){m}
milisegundomillisecond (one one-thousandth of a second){m}
militarmilitary{adj}
militarany person serving in the military{mf}
militarsoldier{mf}
militarto participate actively in a political organization, especially in the military{v}
militaristamilitarist{mf}
militarizarto militarize{v}
millaMile{f}
millajemileage{m}
millarA large, indeterminate number{m}
millarA unit or group of one thousand{m}
millónmillion (106){m}
millonariomillionaire{adj}
millonariomillionaire{m}
millonésimoone millionth{adj}
millonésimomillionth{m}
milímetromillimeter{m}
mil millonesone billion, 109{num}
MilánMilan, city and province of Italy{prop}
milordmilord{m}
milpacornfield{f}
milpiésmillipede{m}
milésimoone thousandth{adj}
mimarto look after{v}
mimarto pamper{v}
mimbrewicker{m}
mimeógrafomimeograph{m}
mimeografiarto mimeograph{v}
mimetizarto disguise{v}
mimetizarto imitate{v}
mimosocuddly{adj}
minaprostitute{f} [Argentina, slang]
minagirl or woman{f} [Chile, Argentina, colloquial]
minalead (of a pencil){f}
minamine{f}
mina a tajo abiertoopen-pit mine{n}
minarto mine{v}
mineraminer{f}
mineríamining{f}
mineralmineral{adj}
mineralmineral{m}
mineral de hierroiron ore{m}
mineralogíamineralogy{f}
mineralogistamineralogist{mf}
mineromining{adj}
minerominer{m}
mingapenis{f} [derogatory]
miniaturaminiature (painting or model){f}
minifaldaminiskirt{f}
minimizarto minimise{vt}
minimoscalight flyweight (boxing class){m} [boxing]
mininokitty (a cat){m} [colloquial]
ministerialministerial{adj}
ministerioministry{m}
ministrafeminine form of ministro{f}
ministrominister{m}
MinnesotaMinnesota{prop}
minoboy (young man){m} [Argentina, Chile, colloquial]
minoríaminority{f}
minoría sexualsexual minority{f}
MinotauroMinotaur{prop}
minúsculalowercase letter{f}
minúsculolower case, lowercase{adj}
minuciosamentecarefully, meticulously, minutely{adv}
minuciosothorough, detailed{adj}
minusvalíadisability, handicap{f}
minusválidohandicapped, disabled{adj}
minutabill; fee{f}
minutarough draft{f}
minuteroA minute hand (clock){m}
minutominute (60 seconds){m}
miomeow (sound of a cat){interj}
miocardiomyocardium{m} [anatomy, cardiology]
mioglobinamyoglobin{f} [protein]
miopemyopic{adj}
miopeshort-sighted{adj}
miopeA myopic or short-sighted person{mf}
miosinamyosin{f} [protein]
miostatinamyostatin{f} [protein]
mirapurpose, object{f}
miratarget{f}
miradalook, glance{f}
miríadamyriad{f}
miradorAn enclosed balcony, or bay window{m}
miradorA viewpoint or vantage point{m}
mirarto face a certain direction{vi} [of a structure]
mirarto look at (something){vt}
mirarto watch{vt}
mirar de hito en hitoto stare at{v} [idiomatic]
mirarse(reflexive form of mirar) to look at oneself{vr}
miércolesShoot! (euphemism for mierda){interj}
miércolesWednesday{m}
Mireiafemale given name{prop}
Mirellafemale given name, variant of Mireia{prop}
Mireyafemale given name, variant of Mireia{prop}
mirillaspyhole, peephole{f}
miriámetromyriametre{m}
miriápodomyriapod{adj}
miriápodomyriapod{m}
mirloblackbird{m}
mirónnosy{adj}
mirónbusybody{m}
mirónrubbernecker{m}
mirónvoyeur, peeping tom{m}
mirramyrrh{f}
mirtilobilberry{m}
misamass (church){f}
miserabilismomiserabilism{m}
miserabilistamiserabilist{adj}
miserabilistamiserabilist{mf}
miserablemiserable{adj}
miserablepoor{adj}
miserablementemiserably{adv}
miseriaavarice, greed{f}
miseriamisery{f}
miseriapoverty{f}
miseriavery small amount{f}
misericordiamercy{f}
misericordiamisericord{f}
misericordiosomerciful{adj}
misóginomisogynous{adj}
misilmissile{m}
misiónmission{f}
misioneromissionary{m}
MisisipiMississippi{prop}
misivamissive{f}
mismosame; identical; one and the same; indicates that the two compared noun clauses both represent the one thing{adj}
mismosimilar; alike; practically identical; indicates that the two compared noun clauses have one or more matching qualities{adj}
mismoself; myself; yourself; himself; herself; itself; ourselves; themselves; emphasises the identity or singularity of the modified noun phrase{adj} [with a personal pronoun]
mismoown; emaphasizes the owner or the exclusivity of ownership in a noun phrase with a possessive pronoun{adj} [with a possessive pronoun]
mismísimosuperlative form of mismo, (the) very{adj}
misoginiamisogyny{f}
misteriomystery{m}
misteriosamentemysteriously{adv}
misteriosomysterious{adj}
misticismomysticism{m}
mistificaciónmystification{f}
MisuriMissouri{prop}
mitadhalf{f}
mitificarto mystify{v}
mitigarto mitigate, alleviate, allay, assuage, quench{v}
mitigarto soothe{v}
mitinmeeting; discussion{m}
mitómanafeminine form of mitómano{f}
mitómanomythomaniac{m}
mitomyth{m}
mitocondriamitochondrion{f} [cytology]
mitocondrialmitochondrial{adj}
mitologíamythology (collection and study of myths){f}
mitomaníamythomania{f}
mitosismitosis{f} [cytology]
mitosomamitosome{f} [cytology]
mitramitre{f}
mitóticomitotic{adj}
mixomatosismyxomatosis{m}
mixtocompound{adj}
mixtomixed{adj}
mixtomatch (stick){m}
miyakoMiyako (language){m}
MéjicoVariant spelling of México{prop}
mújolmullet{m}
MLMorelos (Mexican state){abbr}
MálagaMálaga{prop}
málicomalic{adj}
múltiplemultiple{adj}
MónacoMonaco{prop}
ménademaenad (follower of Dionysus){f}
MéndezSpanish surname{prop}
mnemotécnicamnemonics{f}
mnemotécnicasmnemonics{fp}
Mónicafemale given name, equivalent to English Monica{prop}
mínimoleast{adj}
mínimominimal{adj}
mínimosmallest{adj}
mínimominimum{m}
míomine, my{adj} [predicative or after the noun]
míoMine{pron}
moñasmummy's boy, wimp, wuss{m} [colloquial]
mobbingworkplace bullying{m}
mobiliarioa set of furniture{m}
mocedadprank{f}
mocedadyouth (stage of life){f}
mochilerrand boy, messenger boy, especially for farmers{m}
mochilabackpack{f}
mochilerobackpacker{m}
mochohornless (when should have){adj}
mochohaving a hypocritical and ostentatious faith{adj} [Mexico, slang]
mochomutilated, incomplete{adj}
mociónmotion{f}
mocomucus{m}
mocoslime{m}
mocosohaving lots of mucus{adj}
mocosomucilaginous{adj}
mocosomucous{adj}
mocososnotty{adj}
mocosoa kid{m} [colloquial, Chile]
mocosobrat{m} [colloquial, pejorative]
modafad{f}
modafashion{f}
modamode{f} [statistics]
modalmodal{adj}
modalesconduct, manners{mp}
modalidadmodality{f}
modelarto model{v}
modelizarto represent in the form of a model or template{v}
modeloA model (machine, miniature){m}
modeloA fashion model{mf}
moderaciónmoderation{f}
moderadamentemoderately{adv}
moderadomoderate{adj}
moderadormoderating{adj}
moderadormoderator{m}
moderarto moderate{v}
modernismomodernism{m}
modernizaciónmodernization{f}
modernizarto modernize{v}
modernomodern{adj}
Modesta, female variant of Modesto{prop} [given name]
modestomodest, humble, unpretentious{adj}
Modestomale given name, male variant of Modesta{prop}
modificaciónmodification{f}
modificarto modify{v}
modismoidiom (linguistics){m}
modistaA tailor, fashion designer, or milliner{mf}
modistoA tailor, fashion designer, or milliner{m}
modomood{m} [grammar]
modoway{m}
modo condicionalconditional mood{m} [grammar]
modo imperativoimperative mood{m} [grammar]
modo indicativoindicative mood{m} [grammar]
ModonaMethoni{prop}
modo subjuntivosubjunctive mood{m} [grammar]
modularmodular{adj}
modularto modulate{v}
modus operandimodus operandi{m}
modus vivendimodus vivendi{m}
mofataunt, joke{f}
mofartaunt (to make fun of someone){vr}
mofetaskunk{f}
mofongoA Caribbean dish of fried green plantains or yucca seasoned with garlic, olive oil and pork crackling, then mashed{m}
mogatevarnish{m}
mogollónshedload; lot (large amount){m} [colloquial]
mohawk(hairstyle) A Mohawk{n}
mohicanoA Mohawk hairstyle{m}
mohínadispleasure, annoyance{f}
mohomildew, mold{m}
mohorust{m}
mohosomusty, moldy{adj}
mohosorusty{adj}
moiséscrib{m}
Moisésmale given name{prop}
MoisésMoses{prop}
mojada(female) wetback{f}
mojadowet{adj}
mojadoWetback; one who crosess an international border by passing through a body of water by wading, swimming, etc from the shore of one country to illegally enter the adject country. For example, so crossing the border into the United States from Mexico or from Morocco to Spain{m} [slang, pejorative]
mojarto make wet, to wet{v}
mojarto moisten{v}
mojarto toast{v}
mojarse(reflexive form of mojar) to get wet{vr}
mojigatosanctimonious (making a show of being morally better than others, especially hypocritically){adj}
mojitomojito{m}
mojónlandmark{m}
mojónmilestone{m}
mojónpile{m} [rare]
mojónpile of shit{m} [vulgar]
mojoA type of spicy sauce from the Canary Islands made from chilli, oil, vinegar, garlic and cumin{m}
mokshaMoksha language{prop}
molmole (unit){m}
molarmolar{adj}
molarto rule, to rock (be pleasing){vi} [colloquial, Spain]
molcajeteA small mortar, typically carved from vesicular basalt and used in traditional Mexican cuisine.{m} [Mexico]
moléculamolecule{f}
MoldaviaMoldova (country){prop}
moldavoMoldavian{adj}
moldavoMoldavian{m}
moldemold, cast{m}
moldepan, tin (for baking){m}
moldearto mold{v}
molduramold, molding{f}
molduras de coronacrown molding{n}
molesoft, mild{adj}
molelarge size or quantity{f}
molemassiveness{f}
molemole, a type of stew{m} [Mexico]
molecularmolecular{adj}
molerto grind{v}
molestarto bother{v}
molestiaannoyance, vexation, trouble{f}
molestoannoyed, vexed{adj}
molestoannoying{adj}
molestouncomfortable{adj}
molibdenomolybdenum{m}
moliciesoftness, tenderness{f}
molidoground (crushed into a powder){adj}
molidominced{adj}
molidogrind or powder{m}
MolinaSpanish surname{prop}
molinerafemale miller{f}
molineromiller{m}
molinillo de cafécoffee grinder{m}
molinoa mill{m}
molino de cafécoffee grinder{m}
molino de vientowindmill{m}
mollathe soft flesh of a fruit{f}
mollejagizzard{f}
molondrónokra{m}
moluscomolluscan{adj}
moluscomollusc{m}
momentáneamentemomentarily{adv}
momentomoment, instant{m}
momiamummy{f}
monadrunkenness, fuddle{f}
mona(female) monkey{f}
monadoll, puppet{f} [Mexico, Chile]
monadaaction of a monkey{f}
monadachildish behavior{f}
monadacute gesture or action of a child{f}
monadaneat little thing{f}
monaguilloaltar boy, acolyte{m}
monarcamonarch{mf}
monarquíamonarchy{f}
monasteriomonastery{m}
mondadientestoothpick{m}
mondarto peel{v}
mondonet, pure{adj}
mondoworld{m}
mondongotripe{m}
monedacoin{f}
monedacurrency{f}
monederopurse, wallet{m}
monegascafeminine form of monegasco{f}
monegascoMonégasque (from or native to Monaco){adj}
monegascoMonégasque (pertaining to Monaco){adj}
monegascoa Monégasque{m}
monetarioRelated to the currency; monetary{adj}
monógamomonogamous{adj}
monógamomonogamous{adj} [zoology]
mongoidiotic{adj} [colloquial, Chile, Cuba]
mongoidiot{m} [colloquial, Chile, Cuba]
mongolMongolian (of or relating to Mongolia or its peoples, languages, or cultures){adj}
mongolMongol, Mongolian (person){m}
mongolMongolian language{prop}
MongoliaMongolia{prop}
monismomonism{m}
monitorcoach, trainer{m}
monitorinstructor, monitor{m}
monitormonitor (electronic device){m}
monitorearto monitor{v}
monjanun{f}
monjemonk{m}
monólogomonologue{m}
monómeromonomer{m} [chemistry]
monocute, pretty{adj} [colloquial]
monoblond, blonde{adj} [Colombia, colloquial]
mononigger{adj} [US]
monotracksuit, joggers (garment consisting of a top and trousers for sports and casual wear){m} [Chile, Peru]
monowithdrawal symptom{m} [colloquial]
monodoll, puppet{m} [Mexico, Chile]
monomonkey{m}
monooveralls [in non-US sense], coveralls{m}
mono-mono-{prefix}
monoaminomonoamine{adj}
monoaminomonoamine{m}
monocejaunibrow{f}
monoceroteunicorn{m} [rare]
monociclounicycle{m}
monoclínicomonoclinic{adj} [chemistry]
monoclonalmonoclonal{adj}
monocotiledóneamonocotyledon{f}
monocotiledóneomonocotyledonous{adj}
monocromáticomonochromatic{adj}
monofosfatomonophosphate{m}
monogamiamonogamy (all senses){f}
monografíamonograph{f}
monografistamonographer, monographist{mf}
monográficomonographic{adj}
monokinimonokini{m}
monolingüemonolingual{adj}
monopatinajeskateboarding{m} [dated]
monopatínskateboard{m}
monoplaza(of a vehicle) Having only one seat{adj}
monoplazaA vehicle having only one seat{m}
monopoliomonopoly{m}
monopolizarto monopolize{v}
monopróticomonoprotic{adj}
monoquinimonokini{m}
monosacáridomonosaccharide{m} [organic chemistry, carbohydrates]
monosílabomonosyllabic{adj} [linguistics]
monosílabotaciturn, untalkative, curt{adj}
monoterpenomonoterpene{m} [organic compound]
monoterpenoidemonoterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
monoteísmomonotheism{m}
monárquicomonarchic{adj}
monárquicomonarchist{adj}
monárquicomonarchist{m}
monseñorMonsignor{m}
monsergagibberish, drivel{f}
monstruitodiminutive form of monstruo; little monster{m}
monstruomonster{m}
monstruosamentemonstrously{adv}
monstruosidadmonstrosity, monstrousness{f}
monstruosohorrible{adj}
monstruosomonstrous{adj}
montañamountain{f}
montaña rusarollercoaster{n}
montacargasforklift{m}
montañismomountaineering{m}
montajearrangement, orchestration{m}
montajeassembly{m}
montajeediting{m} [cinematography]
montajemontage{m}
MontanaMontana{prop}
montañosomountainous{adj}
montarto establish{v}
montarto mount{v}
montarto ride{v}
montarto set up{v}
montarazwild, rough (i.e. not quite civilized){adj}
montarazranger, mountaineer, roughneck, ranchhand (i.e. guardian of a vast, wild estate, especially mountainous){m}
montarazafemale ranger (i.e. guardian of a vast and wild estate){f}
montarazawife of a montaraz{f}
montar el polloto make a scene{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
MontblancMontblanc, a village in Tarragona, Spain{prop}
montículomound; monticule{m}
montemountain, mount{m}
monteunderbrush{m}
MontenegroMontenegro{prop}
montóna lot{m}
montónton, lot, bunch, pile, heap, lode, load{m}
montoamount{m}
monótonamentemonotonously{adv}
montonazogreat bunch{m}
montoncitodiminutive form of montón{m}
monótonomonotonous{adj}
MontoyaSpanish surname{prop}
MontserratA hill near Barcelona in Catalonia, the site of a monastery{prop}
Montserratfemale given name, shortened from María (de) Montserrat, a Roman Catholic epithet of the Virgin Mary as the patron of Catalonia{prop}
MontserratMontserrat (the island){prop}
monturaassembling{f}
monturaharness (gear used for riding){f}
monturamount (animal used for riding){f}
monturamounting{f}
monumentalmonumental{adj}
monumentomonument{m}
monzónmonsoon{m}
moñobow (of ribbon){m}
moñoponytail (hairstyle){m}
mopanemopane{m}
moquearto run{vr}
moquearto have a runny nose{v}
moquetafitted carpet{f}
moqueteA punch to the nose{m}
moquitobooger{m}
moraA mulberry, a mulberry fruit{f}
moradefault (failure to meet an obligation on time){f}
moramora (unit of syllable weight){f} [phonology]
mora azulblueberry{n}
mora chehalemChehalem berry{n}
moradadwelling{f}
mora de los pantanoscloudberry{n}
moradopurple{adj}
moradobruise{m}
moradopurple, mulberry{m}
moralmoral{adj}
moralmoral{f}
moral(tree) mulberry{f}
moralejamoral. La moraleja del cuento (The moral of the story){f}
MoralesSpanish surname Derived from mora{prop}
moralidadmorality{f}
moralizaciónmoralization{f}
moralizadormoralizing{adj}
moralizadormoralizer{m}
moralizarto moralize{v}
moralmentemorally{adv}
morapiored wine{m}
morarto reside{v}
mora santiamSantiam berry{n}
moratónbruise{m}
moratoriamoratorium{f}
moratoriomoratory{adj} [legal, finance]
morboattraction for unwholesome things. morbidity{m}
morbodisease{m} [diseases]
morbomorbid interest in other people or things{m}
morbosamentemorbidly, ghoulishly{adv}
morbosoCausing sickness{adj}
morbosomorbid, sick{adj}
morbososickening{adj}
morcellaspark (fiery particle){f}
moráceomoraceous{adj} [botany]
morcillablood sausage, black pudding{f}
mordazcaustic; corrosive{adj}
mordazaclamp (tool){f}
mordazagag{f}
mordedurabite{f}
morderto bite, to nip{v}
morderto corrode(i.e., acid on metal){v}
morderto criticize, to run down, to gossip about, to find fault with{v}
morderto gnaw{v}
morderto grasp, to clutch{v}
morderto wear away, to wear down{v}
mordidabite{f}
mordidabribe{f} [Mexico, slang]
mordidapetty theft{f} [Mexico, slang, in the plural]
mordidobitten{adj}
mordientemordant{adj}
mordiscobite{m}
mordisquearto nibble{v}
morelenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Morelos{adj}
MorelosA state of Mexico{prop}
morenadark-skinned person, brunette{f}
morenamoray{f}
morenodark colored{adj}
morenodark-haired{adj}
morenodark-skinned, tan{adj}
morenoa dark-skinned or tan person{m}
morenoa person with dark-hair{m}
MorenoSpanish surname{prop}
morenísimosuperlative form of moreno{adj}
morerawhite mulberry, Morus alba{f}
moretónbruise{m}
-morfafeminine form of -morfo{suffix}
morfemamorpheme{m}
MorfeoMorpheus, god of dreams{prop} [Greek god]
morfinamorphine{f}
-morfo-morph{suffix}
-morfo-morphic, -morphous{suffix}
morfoanatomíamorphoanatomy{f}
morfogénesismorphogenesis{f} [biology]
morfogénicomorphogenic{adj}
morfológicamentemorphologically{adv}
morfológicomorphological{adj}
morfologíamorphology{f}
morguemorgue{f}
moribundomoribund, nearing death{adj}
morilloandiron{m}
moringamoringa{f}
morirto die{v}
morirseto die{vr}
mormonismoMormonism{m}
moroA Moor (North African Muslim){m}
moroa Muslim or Arab{m} [colloquial]
morosodefaulting, delinquent (late or failing to pay a debt){adj}
morosodefaulter{m}
morrearto snog{v} [colloquial]
morrenamoraine{f}
morreosnog{m} [colloquial]
morriñahomesickness, nostalgia{f} [colloquial]
morriñamurrain{f} [veterinary medicine]
morriónmorion (kind of helmet){m}
morromouth{m} [figuratively]
morrohill{m}
morrosnout{m}
morsawalrus{f}
mortadelabaloney{f}
mortadelamortadella{f}
mortajashroud (dress for the dead){f}
mortaldeadly{adj}
mortalmortal{adj}
mortalidadmortality{f}
mortandadmortality (death on a large scale){f}
morteromortar{m}
mortificaciónmortification{f}
mortificarto feel ashamed{vr}
mortificarto mortify{vt}
mortificarto torment, to annoy{vt}
mortuoriomortuary{adj}
mosaicomosaic{m}
MoscúMoscow{prop}
moscafly (boxing class){f} [boxing]
moscafly{f}
moscomosquito{f}
moscovitaMuscovite{adj}
moscovitaMuscovite{mf}
mosqueteromusketeer{m}
mosquiteromosquito net{m}
mosquitomosquito, gnat, small fly{m}
mostachomustache{m}
mostazamustard{f}
mostomust (fruit juice){m}
mostoleñoof or from Móstoles{adj}
mostoleñosomeone of or from Móstoles{n}
mostrador(shop) counter{m}
mostrarto show{vt}
motaspeck (tiny spot){f}
motamarihuana{f} [uncountable, slang, Mexico]
motefluff, pill{m}
motemotto (heraldry){m}
motenickname{m}
motepearl barley{m}
motetype of maize grain{m}
moteado(having spots) spotted{adj}
moteadomottled{adj}
motelbrothel, whorehouse{m} [Mexico]
motelmotel{m}
moteraFemale form of motero; a female stoner, pothead, weedhead{f}
moteroA motorcyclist{m}
moteroSomeone who sells mote{m}
motilidadmotility{f}
motivaciónmotivation{f}
motivadormotivating, encouraging{adj}
motivadormotivator{m}
motivarto motivate{v}
motivoreason, ground, motive{m}
motínmutiny{m}
motomotorcycle{f}
motocicletamotorcycle{f}
motociclistabiker, motorcyclist{mf}
motoconchomotorcycle taxi used for public transport{m} [Dominican Republic, slang]
motocrossmotocross{m}
moto de aguajet ski{m}
motonetamoped (lightweight, two-wheeled vehicle){f}
motorengine{m}
motosierrachainsaw{f}
mountainboardingmountainboarding{m}
movedizoliterally, mobile, meaning unstable{adj}
moverto move{v}
mover cielo y tierraTo move heaven and earth; to go to extreme lengths or do whatever is necessary{v} [idiomatic]
moverseto be moved (by a performance, etc.){v}
moverseto move{v}
moverseto work, to move in an agitated manner{v}
moviblemotile{adj}
moviblemovable{adj}
movidamove (games){f} [colloquial]
movidaparty (social gathering){f} [colloquial]
movidascene (social environment consisting of a large informal, vague group of people){f} [colloquial]
movidoeventful, turbulent{adj}
movilidadmobility{f}
movilizaciónmobilization{f}
movilizarto activate{v}
movilizarto mobilize{v}
movimientomovement{m}
moyotemosquito{m} [Mexico]
mozafemale cat{f}
mozagirl, maidservant{f}
MozambiqueMozambique{prop}
mozambiqueñoMozambican{adj}
mozambiqueñoMozambican{m}
mozoyoung; unmarried{adj}
mozoboy, lad{m}
mozocat{m}
mozoservant, waiter, steward, manservant (in feminine: girl, maidservant){m}
máquinamachine{f}
máquina de cosersewing machine{f}
máquina de escribirtypewriter (machine used to print text by pressing keys){f}
máquina expendedoravending machine{f}
máquina perforadorahole punch, or perforator{f}
mórbidomorbid{adj}
móreomoraceous{adj} [botany]
márfegastraw mattress{f}
MéridaLatin American cities named Mérida after the above:{prop}
MéridaThe city Mérida in Spain's western region Estremadura, in Badajóz province{prop}
méritomerit{m}
mármolmarble (rock){m}
MárquezSpanish surname{prop}
mártagaheadstall{f}
mártirmartyr{m}
máselse{adv}
másfurthermore{adv}
másin addition{adv}
másmore{adv}
másmost{adv}
más alláafterlife{m}
máscaramask{f}
músculomuscle (organ){m} [countable]
músculomuscle tissue{m} [uncountable]
músculo auricular anterioranterior auricular muscle{m}
músculo auricular posteriorposterior auricular muscle{m}
músculo auricular superiorsuperior auricular muscle{m}
músculo dilatador del irisiris dilator muscle{m}
músculo frontalfrontalis muscle, frontalis{m}
músculo occipitaloccipitalis muscle, occipitalis{m}
músculo occipitofrontaloccipitofrontalis muscle, occipitofrontalis{m}
músculo orbicular de los párpadosorbicularis oculi muscle, orbicularis oculi{m}
míseroof small value{adj}
míserostingy{adj}
míserounfortunate{adj}
músicamusic{f}
másicomass; of or pertaining to mass{adj}
músicomusical{adj}
músicomusician{m}
mísilmissile{m}
más loco que una cabramad as a hatter, crazy, insane{adj}
msnmmetros sobre el nivel del mar (meters above sea level){initialism}
más o menosgive or take, more or less, approximately; pretty much{adv}
más sabe el diablo por viejo que por diablowisdom comes with age{proverb}
más tardelater. Literally, more (más) late (tarde){adv}
místercoach (sports trainer or instructor, especially football){m} [colloquial]
mística(female) mystic{f}
místicomystical{adj}
místicomystic{m}
mástilmast (support of a sail){m}
más tonto que AbundioVery idiotic{adj}
más vale malo conocido que bueno por conocerbetter the devil you know{proverb}
más vale pájaro en mano que ver ciento volandoA bird in the hand is worth two in the bush{proverb}
míticomythic, mythical{adj}
mútilomaimed, mutilated{adj}
métodomethod{m}
método científicoscientific method{m}
métricometric{adj}
mumu; the Greek letter Μ, μ{f}
mucamachambermaid{f}
mucamamaid{f}
muchachafemale teenager{f}
muchachafeminine form of muchacho{f}
muchachagirl{f}
muchachayoung lady{f}
muchachitafeminine form of muchachito{f}
muchachitodiminutive form of muchacho{m}
muchachoboy{m}
muchachoteenager{m}
muchachoyoung man{m}
muchachoyoung person, youngster{m}
muchachoteaugmentative form of muchacho, a big boy{m}
muchachuelafeminine form of muchachuelo{f}
muchachuelodiminutive form of muchacho; youngster, a young man{m}
muchasfeminine plural form of mucho{adj}
muchasfeminine plural form of mucho{adv}
muchasfeminine plural form of mucho{pron}
muchas graciasmany thanks{interj}
muchas graciasThank you very much{interj}
muchedumbrecrowd{f}
muchedumbremultitude{f}
muchisísimosuperlative form of muchísimo{adj}
muchisísimoa hell of a lot, very very much, superlative form of muchísimo{adv}
muchoa lot of; many; much{adj}
mucholong, a long time{adv}
muchomuch, a lot{adv}
muchoa lot, many{pron}
muchocientosMany; an unspecified, large number. Compare umpteen{adj} [colloquial]
mucho ruido y pocas nuecesall bark and no bite{m}
muchosmuch; many (of something) (masculine plural of mucho, much){adj}
muchísimas graciasthank you very much, thanks so much{interj}
muchísimosuperlative form of mucho{adj}
muchísimoa lot, very much, superlative form of mucho{adv}
mudanzaremoval{f}
mudarcrown flower (Calotropis gigantea){m}
mudarto change clothes{v}
mudarto change, to alter, to vary{v}
mudarto convert{v}
mudarto move, to relocate, to move to a new house{v}
mudarto shed, to molt{v}
mudarse(reflexive form of mudar) to move (change one's place of residence){vr}
mudarseto change one's clothes{v}
mudéjarMudéjar{adj}
mudéjarMudéjar{mf}
mudomute, dumb{adj}
mudomute{m}
mueblea piece of furniture{m}
muebleríafurniture store{f}
mueblesfurniture{m}
muecagrimace{f}
muñecawrist{f} [anatomy]
muñecachick, babe, doll (woman){f} [colloquial, lag=es]
muñecadoll (figure){f}
muñeca rusaRussian doll{f}
muñecodoll{m}
muñecopuppet{m}
muelamolar{f}
muellesoft, mild{adj}
muellespring (device made of flexible or coiled material){m}
muellewharf, quay, pier{m}
muñequeradollmaker{f}
muñequerawristband{f}
muñequerawrist pad{f}
muñequerodollmaker{m}
muermoA boring person or thing{m} [colloquial]
muermoBoredom{m} [colloquial]
muermoDrug-induced lethargy{m}
muermoGlanders{m} [veterinary medicine]
muermosoInfected with glanders{adj}
muertedeath{f}
muerte civilattainder{m} [legal]
muerte súbitasudden death{n}
muertodead{adj}
muertoA dead person{m}
muestrasample{f}
muestrasign{f}
muestraspecimen{f}
muestrariosample book{m}
muflamuffle (a kiln or furnace, often electric, with no direct flames){f}
mugerobsolete spelling of mujer{n}
mugidomoo (the sound a cow makes){m}
mugirto moo{v}
mugredirt, filth, grease{f}
mugrientofilthy{adj}
muñirto arrange or dispose of a matter of business{v}
mujerwife{f}
mujerwoman{f}
mujercitaA sissy, a nancy, a fagboy, a girl: a term of abuse for an effeminate boy{f}
mujercitadiminutive form of mujer{f}
mujer fatalfemme fatale{f}
mujeriegoA womanizer{m}
mujerileffeminate, womanish{adj}
mujerilwomanly{adj}
mujeronaBBW, large woman{f} [slang]
mujersitadiminutive form of mujer small child{m}
mujersita(effeminate boy) girl, faglet{m}
mujersitalittle woman{m}
mujerzuelaslut{f} [derogatory]
mulatraitor{f} [Latin America]
mulaa smart, some abusive person{f} [Mexico]
mulamule{f}
mulatrash{f}
muladarcorruption{m}
muladartrash heap{m}
mulatafeminine form of mulato{f}
mulatomulatto{m}
muletamuleta{f} [bullfighting]
muletacrutch{f}
muletalittle mule (diminutive of mula){f}
muletillastock phrase{f}
mullirto loosen{v}
mulomule{m}
multafine (fee issued as punishment for breaking the law){f}
multarfine, penalise, book{v}
multicolorvaricolored (US), varicoloured (UK){adj}
multiculturalmulticultural{adj}
multiculturalidadmulticulturality{f}
multideportivomulti-sport{adj}
multidisciplinarmultidisciplinary{adj}
multidisciplinariomultidisciplinary{adj}
multilingüeCommon false cognate and mispelling of multilingual and plurilingüe respectively{adj}
multimillonariobillionaire{m}
multimillonariomultimillionaire{m}
multiplicaciónmultiplication{f}
multiplicadormultiplying{adj}
multiplicadormultiplier{m}
multiplicadorafeminine form of multiplicador{f}
multiplicarto multiply{v}
multiplicativomultiplicative{adj}
multiplicidadmultiplicity{f}
multitudcrowd{f}
multitudmultitude{f}
multitudinariomultitudinous{adj}
muñónA part of the body which was incomplete at birth{m}
muñónThe stump of a limb which has been lost{m}
muónmuon{m}
mundanalidadworldliness{f}
mundanomundane{adj}
mundialrelated to all the parts of the world; global{adj}
mundialFIFA World Cup (short form of Copa mundial, and Campeonato mundial){mf}
mundialmenteworldwide{adv}
mundificativomundificant{adj}
mundillopad or cushion used to make lace{m}
mundillowarming pan{m}
mundilloViburnum opulus (guelder rose, water elder, snowball tree){m}
mundosociety{m}
mundoworld{m}
mundo realreal world{m}
municiónammunition{f}
municipalmunicipal{adj}
municipalidadmunicipality{f}
municipiomunicipality{m}
munificenciamunificence (the quality of being munificent; generosity){f}
munificentemunificent{adj}
MunteniaMuntenia{prop}
MuñozSpanish surname{prop}
murmouse{m} [archaic]
muralmural{adj}
muralmural{m}
murallalarge wall built to protect cities or territories{f}
murallawall{f}
muramilmuramyl{m} [organic compound]
murarto surround with a wall{v}
MurciaMurcia (city and autonomous community in south-eastern Spain){prop}
murcianoMurcian (of or pertaining to the city of Murcia){adj}
murciégaloobsolete form of murciélago{m}
murciélagobat (winged mammal){m}
murciélago vampirovampire bat{m}
mureínapeptidoglycan{f} [organic compound]
muriáticomuriatic, hydrochloric{adj} [Chemistry, obsolete]
murmulloa murmur{m}
murmulloa rustling noise; susurrus{m}
murmurarto gossip{vi}
murmurarto murmur{vi}
murmurarto murmur; to mutter{vt}
murowall{m}
muro de BerlínBerlin Wall{prop}
murtillacrowberry{f}
muscard game that is very popular in Spain{m}
musaA poet's creative and poetic genius{f}
musapoetry{f} [literary]
musaMuse{f}
musamuse (a source of inspiration){f}
musarañavermin; small animal{f} [by extension]
musarañashrew{f}
musculaciónweight training{f}
musculadomuscly; muscular{adj}
muscularmuscular{adj}
museógrafomuseologist{m}
museomuseum{m}
museografíamuseography{f}
museologíamuseology{f}
musgomoss{m}
musicalmusical{adj}
musicalmusical{m}
musicalmentemusically{adv}
musicólogomusicologist{m}
musitarto murmur{v}
muslothigh{m}
mustiamentesadly, languidly{adv}
musulmánMuslim{adj}
musulmánMuslim{m}
mutabilidadmutability{f}
mutaciónmutation{f}
mutantemutant{adj}
mutantemutant (all senses){mf}
mutarto mutate{v}
mutarrotaciónmutarotation{f} [organic chemistry, carbohydrates]
mutágenomutagen{m} [biology]
mutilaciónmutilation{f}
mutiladomutilated{adj}
mutilarto mutilate{v}
mutualmutual{adj}
mutuamentemutually{adv}
mutuomutual{adj}
muyvery{adv}
muy de vez en cuandorarely{adv} [idiomatic]
móvilmobile{adj}
móvilcell phone{m} [Spain]
MXMéxico (Mexican state){abbr}
MéxicoMexico{prop}
MéxicoMexico City{prop} [Mexico]
máximamaxim{f}
máximamaximum{f}
máximogreatest{adj}
máximomaximum{adj}
máximomaximum{m}
Máximomale given name{prop}