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p.abbreviation of página{abbrf}
pThe 17th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
PThe 17th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
pa'apocopic form of para{prep} [colloquial]
paapocopic form of para{prep} [colloquial]
púaplectrum{f} [music]
púasharp point, prong, spike{f}
púathorn{f}
pañalA diaper, a nappy{m}
pañalilloLittle nappy (diminutive form of pañal){m}
pabellónoperating room{m} [Chile]
pabellónpavilion{m}
pabilocandlewick{m}
Pablitomale given name, diminutive form of Pablo{prop}
PabloPaul.{prop} [biblical character]
Pablomale given name of biblical origin{prop}
pacapaca{f} [chiefly, Argentina, Paraguay, and, Uruguay]
pacafemale police officer{f} [colloquial, pejorative, Latin America]
pacanapecan{f}
paceñoOf or relating to the city of La Paz, in several countries{adj}
pacerto eat away, to nibble, to gnaw{v}
pacerto graze, to pasture{v}
pacerto put out to pasture{v}
pacíficamentepeacefully{adv}
pacíficopeaceful{adj}
pachangaparty (social gathering){f}
pachucoslang (often considered low-class){adj} [Costa Rica]
pachucoflashy, flashily dressed{adj} [Mexico]
pachucouneducated person from the city who uses city slang{m} [Costa Rica]
pacienciapatience{f}
pacientepatient{adj}
pacientepatient{mf}
pacientementepatiently{adv}
pacificarto pacify{v}
pacifismopacifism{m}
pacifistapacifist{mf}
pacomale paca{m} [chiefly, Argentina, Paraguay, and, Uruguay]
pacopolice officer{m} [colloquial, pejorative, Latin America]
pacosniper{m} [colloquial, Spain]
Pacomale given name{prop}
pacosthe police{mp} [Chile, pejorative]
pactarto agree upon{v}
pactopact{m}
padecerto suffer{vt}
padecimientoThe current action of suffering damage, injury or a disease{m}
padrastrohangnail{m}
padrastrostepfather{m}
padrecool, acceptable, easy{adj} [Mexico, slang]
padrefather{m}
PadreFather (a title for a priest){pron}
padre nuestroalternative form of padrenuestro{m}
padrenuestroLord's Prayer{m}
padrillostallion{m} [Latin America]
padrinogodfather{m}
padrinosponsor (at a wedding, graduation, First Communion, etc.){m}
paellapaella{f}
pafbang!{interj}
pagapayment{f}
pagapayoff{f}
pagasalary{f}
pagaderocan be paid easily{adj}
pagaderoto be paid under certain conditions{adj}
pagaderopayer{n}
pagaderothe time appointed for a debt to be paid{n}
pagadopaid{adj}
paganismopaganism{m}
paganopagan{adj}
paganopagan{m}
pagarébill of exchange, promissory note, IOU{m}
pagarto pay{v}
pagarto pay for{v}
pagar el patoTo bear the brunt{v} [idiomatic]
pagar los platos rotosto carry the can{v} [idiomatic]
pagepage, pageboy{m}
pagofarm{m}
pagopay, payment{m}
pagodapagoda{f}
pagroporgy{m}
paicoepazote{m} [Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru]
paidofiliaalternative spelling of pedofilia{f}
paisajecountryside{m}
paisajelandscape (the view of an area of land){m}
paisajismolandscaping{m}
paisajismo urbanolandscape gardening{m}
paisanajecollection of persons from the same original country/location{m}
paisanitodiminutive form of paisano{m}
paisanoa fellow countryman{m}
paisanoa peasant (someone who lives in the countryside){m}
pajafalse, untrue{adj} [Colombian Spanish]
pajalie, falsehood{f} [Colombian Spanish]
pajastraw (dried stalk of a cereal plant){f} [countable]
pajastraw (dried stalks considered collectively){f} [uncountable]
pajarhaystack{m}
pajarearto be distracted, to be absentminded, to have one's head in the clouds, to daydream{vi}
pajareracoop or large cage for birds{f}
pajareravery small room or house{f}
pajaritaa small bird{f}
pajaritabow tie{f}
pajaritaorigami; named after a bird-shaped folded paper design popular in Spain{f}
pajaritodiminutive form of pájaro{m}
pajarónabsentminded, distracted{adj} [South America]
pajaróna person, who pays no attention, an absentminded, distracted person, a daydreamer{m} [South America]
pajaronearto be distracted, to be absentminded, to have one's head in the clouds, to daydream{vi} [colloquial, South America]
pajaroneoabsent-mindedness{m} [South America]
pajerowanker (person who wanks){m}
pajillaA drinking straw{f} [El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala]
pajitadrinking straw{f}
pajotemulch{m}
PakistánPakistan{prop}
palablade of an oar, a shovel, etc{f}
palapaddle{f}
palasetting (piece of metal in which a precious gem is fixed){f}
palaupper, vamp{f} [shoemaking]
palashovel, spade{f}
palabraword{f}
palabra mágicamagic word, spell{f}
palabrotaoffensive word, swear word, swear{f}
palaciomansion{m}
palaciopalace{m}
paladarpalate (roof of the mouth, and sense of taste){m}
paladearto cleanse the palate{v}
paladearto savor{v}
paladearto taste{v}
paladiónpalladium{f}
paladiopalladium{m}
palancadiving board{f}
palancachip, chipped shot{f} [football]
palancajoystick{f}
palancalever{f}
PalaosPalau (Republic of Palau){prop}
palauanoPalauan{adj}
palauanoPalauan{m}
palavolovolleyball{f}
palcobench{m}
palco(theater) box{m}
palearto shovel{v}
PalenciaPalencia (city){prop}
PalenciaPalencia (province){prop}
palentinoFrom Palencia{adj}
palentinoSomeone from Palencia{m}
paleobotánicapaleobotany{f}
paleolíticopaleolithic{adj}
paleontológicopaleontological{adj}
paleontologíapaleontology{f}
PalestinaPalestine{prop}
palestinoPalestinian{adj}
palestinoPalestinian{m}
paletafeminine form of paleto{f}
paletaice lolly, paleta{f}
paletalollipop, paleta{f}
paletapalette{f}
paletatrowel, small shovel{f}
paletouncouth, ignorant, unsophisticated, tasteless, illiterate, clumsy{adj} [colloquial, pejorative]
paletohick, yokel (illeterate person, clumsy with no style or manners, an unskilled peasant){m} [colloquial, peyorative]
paliacatea brightly colored scarf or handkerchief{m} [Mexico]
paliarto palliate{v}
palidecerto pale, become pale{vi}
palidezpaleness{f}
palillochopstick (single eating utensil){m}
palillosmall stick{m}
palillo de cóctelcocktail stick{m}
palimpsestopalimpsest{m}
palinologíapalynology{f}
palinspásticopalinspastic{adj}
palitocinnamon tea beverage{m} [Caribbean]
palitosexual intercourse{m} [colloquial, euphemistic, Mexico]
palitodiminutive form of palo{m}
palitostick (of a lollipop, ice pop, popsicle){m}
palitotwig, little wooden stick or rod{m}
palizabeating, bashing{f}
palmapalm (hand){f}
palmapalm (tree){f}
palma de la manopalm (inner, concave part of hand){f}
palmarrelated to palms (hand and tree); palmar{adj}
palmarpalm grove{m}
palmarto die{v} [colloquial]
palmatoriaa hit with the cane{f}
palmatoriaa type of candlestick{f}
palmatoriacane (short stick used for corporal punishment){f}
palmearto clap{v}
palmearto slap on the back{v}
palmerapalmier (biscuit){f}
palmerapalm (tropical tree){f}
palmitatopalmitate{m}
palmitoheart of palm{m}
palmitoiltransferasapalmitoyltransferase{f} [enzyme]
palmotearto applaud{v}
palmíticopalmitic{adj}
palíndromopalindrome{m}
palosuit{m} [card games]
palostake, stick, wood{m}
palo de golfgolf club{m}
palomadove, pigeon{f}
paloma(Nicaragua) Complete male sexual organ{f}
palomardovecot, dovecote{m}
palominopalomino{m}
palominoskid mark (visible stain left on underpants){m}
palominosquab (baby pigeon, baby dove, dove chick){m}
palomitabow tie{f} [Chile, Argentina]
palomitalittle dove{f}
palomitapopcorn (from its resemblance in appearance to doves){f}
palpablepalpable{adj}
palparto feel{v}
palpitaciónpalpitation{f}
palpitarto palpitate{v}
paltaavocado (fruit){f} [Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay]
paltónsnob{m} [slang, Chile]
paltoavocado (tree){m} [Chile, Argentina]
paludismomalaria (disease){m}
palurdoboring, uncouth, ignorant, unsophisticated, tasteless, illiterate, clumsy (related to peasants){adj} [colloquial, pejorative]
palurdohick, yokel (illeterate person, clumsy with no style or manners, an unskilled peasant){m} [colloquial, peyorative]
palustrepalustral{adj}
pambolfootball (association footall){m} [informal, Mexico]
pamelaA type of straw hat with large brim, typically used by women{f}
pampapampa{f}
PamplonaPamplona{prop}
pamplonésFrom Pamplona{adj}
pamplonésSomeone from Pamplona{m}
panbread{m}
pan-pan-{prefix}
PANacronym of partido de avanzada nacional{acronym} [Guatemala]
PANacronym of partido acción nacional{acronym} [Mexico]
panabreakdown (of vehicle){f}
panavelour, corduroy{f}
panadude, friend{f} [Venezuelan, Ecuador, slang]
panaceapanacea{f}
panaderafeminine form of panadero{f}
panaderíabakery{f}
panaderobaker (person who bakes and sells bread, etc){m}
panalhoneycomb{m}
panalillosweet alyssum (Lobularia maritima){m}
PanamáPanama{prop}
panameñoPanamanian{adj}
panameñoPanamanian{m}
panarrabat (winged mammal){m}
panarrasimpleton{m} [colloquial]
pancartabanner (large sign){f}
pancetaCured bacon{f}
PanchatantraPanchatantra{prop}
Panchen LamaPanchen Lama{m}
panchocalm, relaxed{adj}
panchosatisfied{adj}
panchohot dog{m} [Argentina, Uraguay]
panchobelly{m} [colloquial]
panchoyoung blackspot sea bream{m}
Panchomale given name{prop} [colloquial]
pan comidosomething easy to do, a piece of cake{m} [idiomatic]
pancrelipasapancrelipase{f} [enzyme]
pancreáticopancreatic{adj}
pandapanda{m}
pandearto be inclined{v}
pandearto bend{v}
pandearto bulge out{v}
pan de cada díadaily bread{m} [idiomatic]
pan de DiosA kindhearted, benevolent person{m} [idiomatic, Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay]
pandeiropandeiro{m}
pan de moldesliced bread, sandwich bread{m}
panderetatambourine{f}
panderotambourine{m}
pandeísmopandeism{m}
pandeístapandeist{mf}
pandillagang{f}
pandillerogangster (member of a gang or group){m}
pandocrooked, bent{adj}
pandounlucky (having bad luck){adj} [El Salvador]
pandoshallow (water){adj}
pandosluggish, slow (moving slowly){adj}
pandoplane (open flat land between mountains){m}
PandoraPandora{prop} [Greek mythology]
panecillodiminutive form of pan{m}
panelpanel{m}
panelapanela{f}
panelistapanelist{mf}
panenteísmopanentheism{m}
panerabreadbasket{f}
paneragarner, granary{f}
panero(of a person) who has a great liking for bread{adj}
paneroA basket used in a bakery to place bread being taken out of the oven{m}
paneroA small, round mat{m}
panfletopamphlet (but of a political, often defamatory, nature){m}
panificadorbread maker{n}
panificadorafeminine form of panificador{f}
panificadora(industrial) bakery{f}
panistaMember of PAN, a Mexican political party{mf}
panochapanicle{f} [botany]
panochacoarse brown sugar (Mexico){f}
panochacorncob{f}
panochaear of corn{f}
panochapancake made of cornmeal and cheese (Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile){f}
panoramapanorama{m}
panorámicopanoramic{adj}
panquequecrepe, pancake{m} [Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay]
pansexualidadpansexuality{f}
pantalladisplay screen{f} [computing]
pantallalampshade{f}
pantallaearring{f} [Puerto Rico]
pantallascreen{f}
pantalóntrousers{m}
pantanomoor{m}
pantanoswamp{m}
panteóngraveyard{m} [Latin America]
panteónmausoleum{m}
pantenolpanthenol{m} [organic compound]
panteonerogravedigger{m} [Latin America, Andalusia]
panteonerosexton{m} [Nicaragua, Peru]
panterapanther{f}
pantera negrablack panther{f}
panteísmopantheism{m}
panteístapantheist{mf}
pantillasideburn{f}
pantorrillacalf (part of the leg){f}
pan tostadotoast{m}
pantuflaslipper{f}
pantufloslipper, pantofle, babouche{m}
pantypantyhose{m}
panyabíPunjabi (language){prop}
panzabelly, stomach, paunch{f}
panzazohit, strike or shove (made using the belly){n}
panzazohit, strike (received in the belly){n}
pañocloth{m}
pañowipe{m}
paño de lágrimasshoulder to cry on{m} [idiomatic]
papádad{m} [colloquial, familiar]
papáparents{m} [colloquial, familiar, plural]
papúPapua New Guinean{adj}
papúPapua New Guinean{mf}
papapotato{f} [Latin America]
papapope{m}
Papathe Pope{prop}
papacitodiminutive form of papá; daddy{m}
papadadewlap, wattle{f}
papadadouble chin{f}
papadopapacy{m}
papa fritafrench fry, French fry{f} [Latin America]
papagayoAny wrasse{m}
papagayoElephant ear (Caladium){m}
papagayoJoseph's Coat (Amaranthus tricolor){m}
papagayoparrot{m}
papagayoparrotfish{m}
papagayoPeacock fish (Labrus variegatus){m}
papagayoRoosterfish (Nematistius pectoralis){m}
papalotakite (kite){f} [El Salvador]
papalotekite (toy){m} [Cuba, Honduras, Mexico]
papaínapapain{f} [enzyme]
Papúa Nueva GuineaPapua New Guinea{prop}
papaítodiminutive form of papá; daddy{m}
papayaeasy{f} [Chile, slang]
papayalechoza (fruit){f}
papayapapaya (fruit){f}
papayopapaya tree, pawpaw tree{m}
papelpaper{m}
papelrole{m}
papel carbóncarbon paper{m}
papel de aluminioaluminum foil, tinfoil{m}
papel de tornasollitmus paper{n}
papeleopaperwork{m}
papeleríastationery shop / store{f}
papeleríastationery{f} [uncountable]
papeletaballot (paper used for vote-casting){f}
papeletabill{f}
papeletacertificate{f}
papeletasheet of paper{f}
papel higiénicotoilet paper{m}
papelitopiece of paper, especially a small piece{m}
papel machépapier-mâché{m}
papel monedapaper money{m}
papel pintadowallpaper{m}
papel tapizwallpaper{m}
papidaddy{m} [colloquial]
papi chuloA casanova, a cutie pie, a teddy bear, a machoman{n}
papilapapilla{f} [anatomy]
papillababy food{f}
papillotepapillote{f}
papiropapyrus (all senses){m}
papitadiminutive form of papa{f}
papitodiminutive form of papá; daddy{m}
paquetedimwit, moron{m} [colloquial, Spain]
paquetepackage{m}
paqueteparcel{m}
Paquifemale given name{prop}
paquimetríapachymetry{f}
paquistaníPakistani{adj}
paquistaníPakistani{mf}
PaquitoA diminutive and flattering form of Paco, or (via it) of the male given name Francisco{prop}
pareven{adj}
parpair{m}
partwo equal non-collinear forces{m} [physics]
parafor{prep}
para abajoA dance movement in salsa. It involves forward basic movement (boy with left) while turning the girl to the right. Then (boy with right) stepping right while pulling the girl close and turning her to the left. Meanwhile the girl keeps on taking sliding steps backwards{phrase}
parabenzoquinonaparabenzoquinone{f} [organic compound]
parabidisminuidoparabidiminished{adj} [geometry]
parabólicoparabolic{adj}
parabrisaswindscreen, windshield{m}
paracaídasparachute{m}
paracaídistaalternative spelling of paracaidista{mf}
paracaidismosky diving{m}
paracaidistagatecrasher{mf} [colloquial]
paracaidistaparachutist{mf}
parachoquesbumper{m}
parachoquesfender{m}
parachoquesbreasts, knockers, bumpers{m} [slang]
para colmomoreover, besides, to boot, on top of that{adv}
paradastop{f}
paraderostop (bus, train, etc.){m}
paraderowhereabouts{m}
paradigmaparadigm{m}
paradisíacoheavenly, paradisiac{adj}
paradisiacoheavenly, paradisiac{adj}
paradójicoparadoxical{adj}
paradoerected{adj} [slang, Mexico]
paradostanding{adj}
paradostopped, halted, immobile{adj}
paradounemployed{adj}
paradojaparadox{f}
paradoja francesaFrench paradox{prop}
paradorhostel{m}
paradora kind of official luxury hotel{m} [Spain]
parafinaparaffin{f}
parafrasearto paraphrase{v}
paragüeroumbrella stand{m}
paragüitaa small umbrella or cocktail umbrella{m}
paragüitadiminutive of paraguas{m}
paragogeparagoge{f}
paragolpesbumper{m}
paraguarienseParaguayan (from or native to Paraguay){adj}
paraguarienseParaguayan (pertaining to Paraguay){adj}
paraguasumbrella{m}
paraguayThe Paraguayan parrot{m}
ParaguayParaguay{prop}
paraguayoParaguayan (from or native to Paraguay){adj}
paraguayoParaguayan (pertaining to Paraguay){adj}
paraguayoParaguayan{mf}
para gustos hay coloresthere’s no accounting for taste{phrase}
parajecampground{m}
parajeplace{m}
parajestopover, layover{m}
paralelarparallel{adj}
paralelismoparallelism{m}
paraleloparallel{adj}
paralelogramoparallelogram{m} [geometry]
paralingüísticaparalinguistics{n}
paralizadorparalyzing{adj}
paralizanteparalyzing{adj}
paralizarto paralyze{v}
paralímpicoParalympian{adj}
paralímpicoParalympian{m}
paralíticoparalysed{adj}
paralíticoparalytic{adj}
paramantelestablemat{m}
paramédicafeminine form of paramédico{f}
paramédicoparamedic{m}
paramecioparamecium{m}
paramilitarparamilitary{adj}
para nadanot at all, absolutely not{adv}
Parangaricutirimícuarotongue twister similar to supercalifragilisticexpialidocious{prop}
paranoiaparanoia{f}
paranoicoparanoid{adj}
paranoicoparanoid person{m}
paranormalparanormal{adj}
parapenteparagliding{m}
parapetoparapet, breastwork{m}
parapléjicoparaplegic{adj}
parapléjicoparaplegic{m}
para queso that (followed by the subjunctive){conj}
pararto notice or divine something{v} [Chile, colloquial]
pararsee pararse{vr}
pararto lift, raise{v}
pararto put up, stand up{v}
pararto stop, halt{v}
parar el carroto rein in, to pull up, to put an end to something (stop somebody doing something by reprimanding){phrase} [idiomatic]
pararrayoslightning rod (metallic conductor that protects from lightning){m}
pararsereflexive form of parar To situate oneself (standing){vr}
pararsereflexive form of parar To stand up{vr}
para siempreforever{adv}
parasitologíaparasitology{f}
paraísoheaven{m}
paraísoparadise{m}
parasolparasol{m}
parasolsunshade{m}
parasolumbrella (used to protect against the sun){m}
parathormonaparathormone, parathyroid hormone{f} [hormone]
paratiónparathion{m}
paratransporteparatransit{m}
paratránsitoparatransit{m} [US]
parábolaparable{f}
parábolaparabola{f}
parcelarto parcel{v}
parcharto patch{v}
parcheA patch{m}
parchísLudo, a board game{m}
parcialpartial, biased (not impartial){adj}
parcialpartial (part of a whole){adj}
parcialidadpartiality{f}
parcialmentepartially{adv}
pardoHaving the color brown{adj}
pardo[of a voice] gruff, hoarse{adj}
pardo[of weather] dull, overcast{adj}
pardoleopard{m} [poetic, literary]
parduscobrownish, dun{adj}
pareadaA semi-detached house{f}
parearto pair; to form a pair{v}
parece mentiraIt's hard to believe (literally "it seems like a lie"){phrase}
parecerappearance, seem{m}
parecerto believe (pronominal use){vp}
parecerto think (pronominal use){vp}
parecerto seem{v}
parecerto strike (seem, appear, make an impression){v}
parecerseto be like, to resemble{v}
parecerseto look alike, to resemble one another{v}
parecidosimilar{adj}
parecidoresemblance{m}
paredA wall{f}
pared celularcell wall{m} [biology]
parejacouple{f}
parejapartner (spouse){f}
parejoeven{adj}
parejolevel{adj}
parejouniform{adj}
parentelakinfolk, relatives, relations{f}
parentescokinship{m}
parentosomaparenthesome{m} [cytology]
parentéticoparenthetical{adj}
pargoporgy{m}
paridadparity{f}
parienterelative, relation (member of one's family){mf}
pariguayo'nerd', party-watcher{m} [Dominican Republic, slang]
parirto give birth{v} [vulgar]
parisinoParisian{adj}
parisinoParisian{m}
parkingcar park (an area where cars may be parked){m} [Latin America, especially Puerto Rico, an indoor parking in Spain]
parkourparkour{m}
parlamentarto parley{v}
parlamentarioparliamentary{adj}
parlamentarioparliamentarian (member of a parliament){mf}
parlamentoparliament{m}
parlanchíntalkative; loquatious{adj}
parlanteloudspeaker{m} [Latin America]
parlarTo chatter{v}
parlarTo speak{v}
parálisisparalysis{m}
parlotearto gab, waffle, prattle{v}
parámetroparameter{m}
parónbreak, stop{m}
parónimoparonym (word with same root as other word){m}
paréntesisparenthesis{m}
parocardiac arrest, short form of paro cardíaco{m}
paroa favour, help, cover-up, (preceded by hacerle un, hacerme un, to indicate "to do someone a favour", "to help someone", "to protect someone by lying"){m} [Mexico]
paropretext{m} [Mexico]
parostagnation, freeze up{m}
parostrike (work stoppage){m}
parounemployment{m}
parodiaparody{f}
parodiarto parody{v}
parolahard-on{f} [slang]
paroxismoparoxysm{m}
parpadearto bat one's eyelids, to flutter the eyelids{v}
parpadearto blink (light or eyes){v}
parpadeoA flicker{m}
parpadeowink{m}
parquepark{m}
parqueparking lot{m}
parquearto park{v} [slang]
parque de atraccionesamusement park{m}
parque de diversionesamusement park{m}
parque nacionalnational park{m}
parqueocar park (an area where cars may be parked){m} [Latin America, regional]
parque temáticotheme park{m}
parragrapevine (the plant on which grapes grow){f}
parrandaparty{f}
parricidioparricide (act){m}
parrillagrill{f}
parrillaluggage rack{f} [Latin America]
parrillasmall grapevine (from "parra", grapevine){f}
parrilladabarbecue (meal or event){f}
parroquiaparish{f}
parroquialparochial (pertaining to a parish){adj}
parroquianoparishioner{m}
ParísParis (capital of France){prop}
ParísThe letter P in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
parsecparsec{m}
parásitoparasite{m}
partículaparticle{f}
partícula alfaalpha particle{f}
partícula betabeta particle{f}
partícula elementalelementary particle{f}
partícula gammagamma particle{f}
partícula subatómicasubatomic particle{f} [physics]
partepart, section, portion{f}
parteplace{f}
parteside{f}
partemessage, report, dispatch{m}
partetraffic ticket, sticker{m}
parteaguaswatershed, turning point{m} [by extension, figuratively]
parteaguaswatershed{m} [geology, hydrology]
parte médicomedical report{m}
PartenónThe Parthenon{prop}
partenogénesisparthenogenesis{f} [biology]
parteramidwife{f}
parterreflowerbed{m}
PartiaParthia{prop} [history, geography]
particiónpartition; effect of dividing or partitioning{f}
participaciónparticipation{f}
participanteparticipating{adj}
participanteparticipator{mf}
participarto take part, to participate{v}
participativoparticipative{adj}
participioparticiple{m} [grammar]
participio pasadopast participle{m}
participio presentepresent participle{m} [grammar]
particularpersonal{adj}
particularprivate{adj}
particularspecific, particular{adj}
particularidadparticularity{f}
particularmenteparticularly{adv}
partidadeparture{f}
partidamatch, lot{f}
partidariosupporter, partisan{m}
partidismopartisanship{m}
partidistapartisan{adj}
partidistapartisan{m}
partidobroken{adj}
partidohair parting or part{m} [hair]
partidoparty{m} [politics]
partidogame, match (chiefly for soccer){m} [sports]
partidorprimer{m} [genetics]
partirto divide, to split{v}
partirto go away, to leave, to depart{v}
partiturascore{f} [music]
partoParthian{adj}
partochildbirth{m}
partooffspring{m}
partoParthian{m}
parvularioeducator, teacher (in a nursery school or kindergarten){m}
parvulariokindergarten{m}
parvularionursery school, preschool{m}
paíscountry{m}
pasaraisin{f}
pasadamoment, time{f}
pasadasuperficial, quick work (for example haircut, paint, etc.){f}
pasadatransit, crossing{f}
pasadawonder, marvel (something astonishing){f}
pasadíafield trip{m}
pasadizopassage, corridor{m}
pasadizoshortcut{m}
pasadoformer{adj}
pasadolast{adj}
pasadopast{adj}
pasadopast{m} [grammar]
pasadopast{m}
pasado de modaold-fashioned{adj}
pasado mañanaday after tomorrow (day after tomorrow){adv}
pasado mañanaday after tomorrow (day after tomorrow){m}
pasageroarchaic spelling of pasajero{m}
pasajeA narrow street{m}
pasajeA short reading of a book; an excerpt or passage{m}
pasajeA ticket used for travel; a fare{m}
pasajestrait{m} [nautical]
pasajerafeminine form of pasajero{f}
pasajerotransient, passing{adj}
pasajeropassenger{m}
pasamanohandrail{m}
pasamontañasbalaclava{m}
pasantíainternship{f}
pasanteintern, trainee{m}
pasaportepassport{m}
pasarto enter a room{vi}
pasarto happen{vi}
pasarto go too far, to exaggerate{vr}
pasarto ripen too much, to become rotten, off (food){vr}
pasarto pass{v}
pasarto break the law, rule, order{vt}
pasarto pass (filter){vt}
pasarto spend time{vt}
pasarto trespass (enter on someone's property without permission){vt}
pasarelacatwalk{f}
pasarelafootbridge{f}
pasarelagangway{f}
pasarelapedestrian overpass{f}
pasarlo bienTo have a good time{v} [idiomatic]
pasarlo bombaTo have a whale of a time{v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
pasarlo pipaTo have a whale of a time{v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
pasarlo tetaTo have a whale of a time{v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
pasar páginaTo turn the page, turn over a new leaf{v} [idiomatic]
pasatiempopastime{m}
pascuaEaster{prop} [Christianity]
pascuaThe period between the birth of Christ and the adoration of the Magi{prop} [Christianity]
pascuaPassover{prop} [Judaism]
pascualpaschal{adj}
Pascualmale given name{prop}
Pascualafemale given name{prop}
pascuensePascuense{adj}
pascuensePascuense{mf}
pascuensePascuense (language){m}
pasearto promenade{v}
pasearto walk, to take a walk{v}
pasearsereflexive form of pasear, to take a walk{vr}
paseoA promenade (place where one takes a walk for leisure){m}
paseoA road{m}
paseoA thoroughfare, especially one designed for walking{m}
paseoA trip, an outing, an excursion{m}
paseoA walk, a stroll{m}
paseoA vacation, a holiday{m} [hyperbole]
paseo de comidafood court{n}
Países BajosThe Netherlands{prop}
Países CatalanesCatalan Countries{prop}
pasillocorridor{m}
pasióninertia, idleness (the opposite of action){f}
pasiónpassion{f}
pasionariapassionflower (any of very many North American vines of the family Passifloraceae){f}
pasividadpassivity{f}
pasivopassive{adj}
pasivobottom{adj} [slang, gay sexuality]
pasivoany debt or material obligation of an enterprise or individual{m} [accounting]
pasmadoabsent-minded{adj}
pasmadoastounded, stunned{adj}
pasmadoopen-mouthed (fish){adj} [heraldry]
pasmadowith bated breath{adj}
pasmarto amaze{v}
país miembromember country{m}
pasmosoastounding{adj}
pasodry (said of fruit){adj}
pasoA step in a set of instructions{m}
pasoA step or pace walking{m}
pasoA way{m}
pasoThe pitch of a helix or screw thread{m}
paso a desniveloverpass{n}
paso de cebrazebra crossing{m}
pasodobleA certain kind of march (music){m}
paso elevadooverpass{n}
paso inferiorunderpass{n}
pasolamotor scooter{f} [Dominican Republic, slang]
paso superioroverpass{n}
pastapasta{f}
pastapaste, dough{f}
pastamoney, dough{f} [Spain, slang]
pasta de papelwood pulp{f}
pastarto graze{v}
pastepasty, pastie (a type of pie or turnover){m} [Mexico]
pastelcake, pie, pastry{m} [Mexico]
pasteleríaconfectionery{f}
pasteleríapastry shop, cake shop{f}
pasteleropastry cook, confectioner{m}
pastelillodiminutive form of pastel, a small cake{m}
pastelitodiminutive form of pastel, small cake{m}
pasterizarto pasteurize{v}
pasteurizarto pasteurize{v}
pastillabar (block of soap or chocolate){f}
pastillacake (block of a dense material){f}
pastillacube (cube of stock){f}
pastillapill{f}
pastilla de frenosbrake pad{f}
pastilleropillbox{m}
pastizalgrassland, pasture (land covered with grass){m}
pastónbomb, fortune (a huge amount of money){m} [colloquial, Spain]
pastograss{m}
pastolawn{m}
pastopasture{m}
pastorherder{m}
pastorpastor, priest{m}
pastorshepherd{m}
pastoralpastoral{adj}
pastoralpastoral{f}
pastorearto shepherd{v}
pasturapasture, grassland{f}
País VascoBasque Country{prop}
patépâté, pate{m}
patafootprint (often used by an angry person){f} [colloquial]
patahuman leg, foot (often used by an angry person){f} [colloquial]
patafemale duck (see pato){f}
pataleg (of furniture){f}
patapaw, foot, leg (of an animal){f}
patapocket flap{f}
patatie, draw{f}
-patía-pathy{suffix}
patachepatache (boat){m}
patadakick{f}
patagiopatagium{m}
PatagoniaPatagonia{prop}
patalearto stamp{v}
pataletatantrum (childish display or fit of bad temper){f}
patatapotato{f} [Spain]
patatas alioliA Spanish dish consisting of small pieces of potatoes, with aioli sauce{f}
patatas bravaspatatas bravas{fp}
patíbulogallows{m}
patearto kick{v}
patentarto patent{v}
patenteblatant, obvious{adj}
patenteclear, clear-cut{adj}
patentepatent{adj}
patentepatent (declaration issued by a government to an inventor){m}
paternalpaternal{adj}
paternidadfatherhood{f}
paternidadpaternity{f}
patillasideburn{f}
patillawatermelon{f}
patillajepinout{m}
patinadorskating{adj}
patinadorskater{m}
patinajeskating{m}
patinarTo skate{vi}
patinarTo slip{vi}
patinarTo patine{vt}
patinetascooter (child's foot-operated vehicle){f}
patinetaskateboard{f}
patioyard, patio{m}
patitoduckling{m}
patólogopathologist{m}
patánboor (rude person){m}
patínskate, roller skate{m}
patoduck, drake{m}
Patomale given name{prop} [Chile, informal]
patogeniapathogenesis{f} [pathology]
patológicamentepathologically{adv}
patológicopathological{adj}
patologíapathology{f}
patologistapathologist{mf}
patosoclumsy (lacking coordination){adj}
patrañaboodle{f}
patrañafake{f}
patrañalie{f}
patriafatherland{f}
patria chicahometown, native region{f}
patriarcapatriarch{m}
patriarcalpatriarchal{adj}
Patriciafemale given name, feminine from of Patricio, cognate to English Patricia{prop}
patriciopatrician{m}
Patriciomale given name, equivalent to Patrick{prop}
patrimonialpatrimonial{adj}
patrimonialismopatrimonialism{m}
patrimonioheritage{m}
patriotapatriot{mf}
patrioterismochauvinism (excessive patriotism){m}
patriotismopatriotism{m}
patrióticopatriotic{adj}
patrónboss{m}
patrónmaster{m}
patrónpatron{m}
patrónpattern{m}
patrocinadorsponsor{m}
patrocinadorafeminine form of patrocinador{f}
patrocinarto patronize or sponsor{v}
patronizarto patronize{v}
patrullapatrol{f}
patrullarto patrol{v}
patrullerapatrol boat{f}
patrullerorelated to patrolling{adj}
patrulleropatrol boat{m}
patrulleropatrolman{m}
patéticamentepathetically{adv}
patético(colloquial) awful, terrible (very bad){adj}
patéticopathetic{adj}
pañuelohandkerchief{m}
Paulafemale given name. Variant: Paulina{prop}
paulatinamenteslowly, gradually{adv}
paulatinogradual{adj}
Paulettefemale given name{prop}
Paulinafemale given name{prop}
Paulitomale given name, diminutive form of Paulo{prop}
paupérrimosuperlative form of pobre{adj}
pausabreak, pause{f}
pausarto pause{v}
pautaguideline{f}
PavíaPavia (province, city){prop}
pavimentarto pave{v}
pavónmoth of the genus Saturnia (so called because of the spots in its wings resemble those of the peacock){m}
pavónpeacock{m} [rare]
pavopeacock{m}
pavobuck (dollar){m} [slang]
pavoeuro{m} [slang]
pavoturkey{m}
pavonearseto show off{vr}
pavorfright, fear{m}
pavo realpeacock{m}
pavorosamentefrightfully{adv}
pavorosodreadful{adj}
pavorrealpeacock{m}
payasafeminine form of payaso{f}
payasadaantic, clowning{f}
payasearto goof{v}
payasoclown{m}
payonon-Romani person{m}
pazpeace{f}
Pazfemale given name{prop}
PazSpanish surname derived from the given name, or from a nickname for a peaceful person{prop}
pazomanor{m} [Spain]
púbicafeminine form of púbico{f}
púbicopubic{adj}
públicamentepublicly{adv}
públicopublic{adj}
públicoaudience{m}
públicopublic{m}
PCADYC; "damn yellow composite"{acronym} [botany]
pícarocunning{adj}
pícaroLacking honor{adj}
pícaromalicious{adj}
pícarorogue{m}
píceaspruce{f}
pócimapotion (beverage with magical or medicinal powers){f}
pícricopicric{adj}
púdicobashful{adj}
púdicomodest, humble, chaste{adj}
peName of the letter p{f}
peñaA group of regulars, circle of friends{f}
peñaA rock, stone, cliff or outcropping{f}
peñaa left wing cultural center featuring music, dance, education, and activism{f} [Chile]
peajetoll (fee for using roads or bridges){m}
peñascorock{m}
peñascosorocky, craggy{adj}
peatónpedestrian{m}
peatonalpedestrian (of or intended for those who are walking){adj}
pebeteincense stick{m}
pebetepunk, fuse{m}
pebeteroA vessel for burning incense{m}
pebreA Chilean condiment containing coriander, vinegar, garlic and pepper{mf}
pebrepepper (powdered condiment){mf}
pecafreckle{f}
pecadillodiminutive form of pecado; a peccadillo, minor sin{m}
pecadosin{m}
pecado originaloriginal sin{m}
pecadorsinful{adj}
pecadorsinner{m}
pecadorafeminine form of pecador{f}
pecanapecan (nut){f}
pecarípeccary{m}
pecarto sin{v}
pecerafish tank, aquarium{f}
PecesPisces{prop} [zodiac]
pechiazulThe bluethroat. A small bird{m}
pechobreast (of a woman){m}
pechochest; the front of the thorax{m}
pechobreast, heart; seat of the emotions, feelings, etc{m} [figuratively]
pechovalor, strength, fortitude{m} [figuratively]
pechothorax{m}
pechoñochurchy, overly sanctimonious, exaggeratedly pietistic{adj}
pechugahuman chest or breast{f} [by extension]
pechugabird breast{f} [ornithology]
pechugapoultry breast{f}
pechugónbarrel-chested{adj}
pechugónhaving large pectorals{adj}
pechugónA large-chested man{m}
pechugónA man with large pectorals{m}
pechugonafeminine form of pechugón{f}
pecioshipwreck, wreck{f}
pecosofreckled{adj}
pectatopectate{f}
pectinapectin{f} [carbohydrates]
pectinadopectinate{adj} [mycology]
pectoralpectoral{adj}
pecuarioOf or related to cattle raising{adj}
peculadoembezzlement{m}
peculiarpeculiar{adj}
peculiaridadpeculiarity; oddity{f}
pecuniariofinancial, monetary, pecuniary{adj}
pedacitodiminutive form of pedazo small piece{m}
pedagogíapedagogy{f}
pedalpedal{m}
pedalearto pedal{v}
pedantepedantic{adj}
pedantepedant (person overly concerned with formal rules and trivial points of learning){mf}
pedanteríapedantry (overly ambitious display of learning){f}
pedazopiece{m}
pederastapederast{m}
pederastiapederasty{f}
pedernalflint{m}
pedestalpedestal{m}
pedófilopedophilic{adj}
pedófilopedophile{m}
pediatrapediatrician{mf}
pediatríapediatrics{f}
pedicelopedicel{m} [botany, zoology, mycology]
pedidobulk purchase{m}
pedidoorder{m}
pedigüeñosponger{m}
pedigrípedigree{m}
pedirto ask for something{v}
pedirto order something{v}
pedirto request someone else to do something{v}
pediátricopediatric{adj}
pedúnculopeduncle{m} [botany]
pedodrunk, high, intoxicated{adj} [slang, vulgar]
pedofart{m}
pedoparty{m} [Mexico]
pedodrunkenness{m} [slang]
pedohassle{m} [slang]
pedofiliapedophilia{f}
pedofobiapedophobia{f}
pedorrearto fart{v}
pedorrofarter (someone or something that farts){adj} [vulgar]
pedorroass, buttocks{m} [vulgar]
pedorrofarter (someone or something that farts){m} [vulgar]
pedregosostony{adj}
pedriscohail (balls of ice){m}
PedroPeter.{prop} [biblical character]
Pedromale given name of biblical origin{prop}
pedunculadopedunculate{adj} [botany]
peerto break wind, to fart{v} [archaic, vulgar]
pegawork{f} [colloquial, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru]
pegaglue{f}
pegagluing{f}
pegadoadherent{adj}
pegadoattached{adj}
pegadocleaving{adj}
pegadohanging{adj} [computing]
pegadosticking{adj}
pegadostuck{adj}
pegajososlimy{adj}
pegajosotacky, sticky{adj}
pegamentoglue{m}
pegarto glue{v}
pegarto hit{v}
pegarto stick{v}
pegar ojoTo sleep{v} [idiomatic]
pegarseto stick, to become attached, to adhere{vi}
pegarseto take root{vi}
pegarse un tiroto shoot oneself{v} [idiomatic]
PegasoPegasus{prop}
peinadohairdo{m}
peinadohairstyle{m}
peinarto comb oneself{vr}
peinarto comb (something){vt}
peinarsereflexive form of peinar{vr}
peinecomb{m}
pejefish{m}
pejelagartogar; garfish (fish of the family Lepisosteidae){m} [chiefly, Mexico, and, Central America]
PekínBeijing (capital of China){prop}
pelaa hit or a beating{f}
pelaPeseta (former currency of Spain){f} [colloquial]
peladabald head{f}
peladafeminine form of pelado{f}
peladobald{adj}
peladoobscene, filthy{adj} [by extension, Mexico]
peladobroke (without money){adj} [figuratively]
peladouncultivated, uncivilized{adj} [figuratively]
peladohairless{adj}
peladobaldie{m}
pelagatosnobody (unimportant person){m}
pelajefur coat{m}
pelambregossip (usually criticizing somebody not present){m}
pelarto cut the hair of{v}
pelarto exfoliate{v}
pelarto peel (fruits, vegetables){v}
pelarto pluck (a bird){v}
pelarto shell (nuts, shellfish){v}
pelarto skin (an animal){v}
pelarto steal{v}
pelarto unwrap{v}
pelarto spread negative gossip, run down, criticise somebody{vt}
pelarseto fray (rope, wire){vr}
pelarseto have one's hair cut{vr}
pelarseto lose one's hair; to go bald{vr}
pelarseto peel (of skin, from the sun, etc.){vr}
pelícanoa large nose{m} [colloquial]
pelícanopelican{m}
películafilm (layer){f}
películamovie{f}
peldañostep (of a staircase or ladder){m}
peleafight, struggle{f}
peleadorcombative, fighting{adj}
peleadorquarrelsome, feisty{adj}
pelearto fight{vi}
peleterofurrier{m}
pelágicopelagic{adj}
pelishort for película, movie{f} [slang, Spain]
peliagudodifficult, tricky{adj}
peliculerofantasizing, overly imaginative{adj}
peliculerofond of movies{adj}
peliculerorelated to movies{adj}
peligrarto be in danger{v}
peligroperil, danger{m}
peligrosamentedangerously{adv}
peligrosidaddangerousness{f}
peligrosoperilous, dangerous{adj}
pelirrojafeminine form of pelirrojo{f}
pelirrojoredheaded{adj}
pelirrojoredhead{m}
pellejaanimal skin, hide{f}
pellejapelt{f}
pellejoskin, hide{m}
pellizcarto pinch, nip{v}
pellizcopinch (act of pinching){m}
pellizcopinch (small amount of e.g. seasoning){m}
pelínbit{m}
pelónbald or balding{adj}
pelónwith little or no hair{adj}
pelónwith short hair{adj}
peloAll the hair on the head{m}
pelohair (a single hair){m}
PeloponesoPeloponnese{prop}
pelo sueltoshaggy or bed head hair{m}
pelotaball{f}
pelotateacher's pet; brown noser{f}
pelotaripilota player{mf}
peloterobaseball player{m}
pelotóngroup, team{m}
pelotónheap, bunch{m}
pelotudostupid, dumb{adj} [Argentina, Chile, colloquial, highly vulgar]
pelotudodummy, idiot, boob{m} [Argentina, Chile, colloquial, highly vulgar]
peltrepewter (tin alloy){m}
pelucawig{f}
peluca de hombreA toupee{f}
peluca púbicaA merkin{m}
pelucheplush (textile){m}
peluchesoft toy, stuffed animal{m}
peludofurry, fuzzy{adj}
peludohairball-like{adj}
peludohairy{adj}
peludopiss-up, boozer{m} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]
peluquerafeminine form of peluquero{f}
peluqueríabarbershop; hairdresser's{f}
peluquerobarber, hairdresser{m}
pelusajealousy{f} [colloquial]
pelusafluff (light fur){f}
pelusalint{f}
pelusilladiminutive form of pelusa, fluff{f}
peluzoteaugmentative form of pelusa{m}
pelvispelvis{f}
pemolinapemoline{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
peánpaean{m}
peónbeehive{m}
peónchild’s toy top{m}
peónfoot soldier, infantryman{m}
peónlaborer, worker{m}
peónaxle, spindle{m} [mechanical]
peónpiece, token, or man in board games{m}
penaembarrassment{f} [Latin America]
penapain, sadness{f}
penapity{f}
penapunishment{f}
penatrouble{f}
pena de muertedeath penalty{f}
penalpenal{adj}
penala kind of prison{n}
penalpenalty{n} [soccer]
penalizaciónpenalty{f}
penalizarto penalize{vt}
penaltipenalty{m} [soccer]
penarto punish{v}
pencabad, lousy, bum (of poor quality){adj} [Chile, colloquial]
pencamain rib or vein of a leaf{f} [botany]
pencaradish (large oblong variety){f} [Chile]
pencafleshy stalk, leafstalk or leaf of certain plats e.g. celery leafstalks or nopal leaves{f}
pendejaDegrading term to call a woman{f}
pendejaDumb female woman or girl, idiot{f}
pendejaFeable minded female coward{f}
pendejafeminine form of pendejo{f}
pendejadadeceitful statement{f}
pendejadasdeceitful statements{fp}
pendejearTo fool around; to procrastinate; to fritter aimlessly or distractedly{v} [pejorative, slang, vulgar, Latin America]
pendejoA pubic hair{m}
pendejopunk (an adolescent who presumes to be an adult){m} [Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay]
pendejoyoung boy{m} [Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay]
pendejocoward{m} [Cuba]
pendejostupid person, creep{m} [pejorative]
pendenciaquarrel, dispute, feud{f}
penderto be pending, to be undecided{v}
penderto hang, to dangle{v}
pendientehanging{adj}
pendientepending{adj}
pendienteslope (declivity){f}
pendiente(hanging) earring{m}
pendónpennant, pennon{m}
pendolistacalligrapher{mf}
pendularfickle{adj}
pene artificialstrap-on{n}
penectomíapenectomy{f} [surgery]
pene femeninostrap-on{n}
penetraciónpenetration{f}
penetrantepervasive{adj}
penetrantepoignant{adj}
penetrarto penetrate{v}
peneuvistaSupporting the Basque Nationalist Party{adj} [politics]
peneuvistaA Basque Nationalist Party member or supporter{mf} [politics]
penicilasapenicillinase{f} [enzyme]
penicilinapenicillin{f}
peninsularpeninsular{adj}
peniquepenny{m}
penitenciaPenance{f}
penitenciaríapenitentiary, prison{f}
penitenciariorelated to penitentiaries{adj}
penitentea penitent{mf}
penúltimopenultimate{adj}
penínsulapeninsula{f}
penolyardarm{m}
pensablethinkable, cogitable{adj}
pensadorthinker{m}
pensadora(female) thinker{f}
pensamientopansy{m}
pensamientothinking{m}
pensamientothought{m}
pensarto intend; to try{v}
pensarto reflect upon a situation{v}
pensarto think{v}
pensarto think about{v}
pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejoTo become lost in thought, to ponder{vi}
pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejoto contemplate{v}
pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejoto daydream{v}
pensarsereflexive form of pensar{vr}
pensativopensive{adj}
PensilvaniaPennsylvania (US state){prop}
pensiónguesthouse{f}
pensiónpension{f}
pensionistapensioner{mf}
penta-penta-{prefix}
pentadecanopentadecane{m} [organic compound]
pentadecágonopentadecagon{m} [geometry]
pentaedropentahedron{m}
pentagonalpentagonal{adj}
pentagramapentagram{f} [geometry]
pentagramastaff{f} [music]
pentalenopentalene{m} [organic compound]
pentanopentane{m} [organic compound]
pentanolpentanol{m} [organic compound]
pentatletapentathlete{mf}
pentatlónpentathlon{m}
pentatlón modernomodern pentathlon{m}
pentácoronpentachoron{m} [geometry]
pentáculopentacle{m}
pentágonopentagonal{adj}
pentágonopentagon{m}
PentágonoThe Pentagon, the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense{prop}
pentosapentose{f} [carbohydrates]
penumbrahalf-light{f}
penumbrapenumbra{f}
penumbrashadow, shade{f}
penuriashortage, lack{f}
peorcomparative form of malo, worse{adj}
peorsuperlative form of malo, worst{adj}
peorcomparative form of mal, worse{adv}
pepapepita, certain large edible seeds e.g. sunflower seed{f} [Latin America]
pepapip, stone (seed inside fruits){f} [Latin America]
pepapill (recreatinal drug in pill-form especially amphetamine){f} [Latin America, slang]
pepanugget (small piece of metal especially gold){f}
PepeA diminutive of the male given name José{prop}
pepenacollecting, gathering{f} [Mexico, Cetral America]
pepenarto pick up, to collect{v} [Central America, Mexico]
pepenarto scrounge{v} [Central America, Mexico]
pepenarto steal, loot{v} [Mexico, Nicaragua]
pepinillopickle (cucumber preserved in a solution){m}
pepinocucumber (plant){m}
pepinocucumber (vegetable){m}
pepino de marsea cucumber{n}
pepitanugget, especially of gold or platinum{f}
pepitapepita{f}
pepsinapepsin{f} [enzyme]
pepsinógenopepsinogen{f} [biochemistry]
peptídicopeptidic{adj}
peptidasapeptidase{f} [enzyme]
peptidoglicanopeptidoglycan{m} [organic compound]
peptonapeptone{f} [protein]
pequeñezsmallness{f}
pequeñitodiminutive form of pequeño, very small{adj}
pequeñíndiminutive form of pequeño{m}
pequeñosmall; little{adj}
PerúPeru{prop}
perachin{f} [anatomy]
perapear{f}
peralpear tree{m}
PeraltaSpanish surname{prop}
peraltarto bank (a curve){vt} [architecture]
peraltarto bank (to form into a bank or heap){vt}
peraltoaltitude{m}
percabass{f}
percalpercale{m}
percanceaccident, mishap{m}
percatarseTo take into account{vr}
percebebarnacle{m}
percepciónperception{f}
perceptibleperceptible{adj}
perceptorrecipient{m}
perchacoat hanger{f}
perchacoat rack{f}
perchaperch{f}
percherocoat rack{m}
percibirto perceive{v}
percloratoperchlorate{m} [chemistry]
percudirto make grimy{v}
percusiónpercussion{f}
percutáneopercutaneous{adj}
perdedorloser{m}
perdedorafeminine form of perdedor{f}
perderto get lost{vr}
perderto lose{v}
perderto miss{v}
perderto waste{v}
perder el culoto be in a rush{v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
perder el culoto bust one's balls{v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
perder los estribosto fly off the handle, lose one's head{v}
perdiciónruin, perdition{f}
perdidolost{adj}
perdigónA small lead pellet used as ammunition{m}
perdigónA young partridge{m}
perdizpartridge{f}
perdónsorry, pardon (I didn't hear you){interj}
perdónsorry, pardon me (excuse me){interj}
perdónmercy{m}
perdónpardon{m}
perdónenmePardon me{phrase}
perdonableforgivable, pardonable{adj}
perdonarto pardon, excuse, forgive{v}
perdurabledurable{adj}
perdurarto endure{v}
perdurarto last for a long time{v}
perecearto postpone, waste time or defer something due to one's laziness, negligence, or sloth{v} [colloquial]
perecederoperishable{adj}
perecerto die, to perish{v}
perecerto long for{v}
peregrinafemale pilgrim{f}
peregrinaciónpilgrimage{f}
peregrinajepilgrimage{m}
peregrinarTo peregrinate; to travel abroad{v}
peregrinidadstrangeness{f}
peregrinoforeign{adj}
peregrinostrange{adj}
peregrinotraveling, wandering{adj}
peregrinopilgrim{m}
peregrinotraveler{m}
perejilparsley{m}
perenneperennial{adj}
perennifolioevergreen{adj} [botany]
perezalaziness{f}
perezosolazy{adj}
perezososloth (mammal){m}
perfecciónperfection{f}
perfeccionarto perfect{v}
perfeccionismoperfectionism{advm}
perfeccionistaperfectionistic{adj}
perfeccionistaperfectionist{mf}
perfectamenteperfectly{adv}
perfectibilidadperfectibility{f}
perfectivoperfective{adj}
perfectoperfect{adj}
perfidiaperfidy{f}
perfilprofile{m}
perfilarto outline{v}
perfluorohexanoperfluorohexane{m}
perforaciónperforation{f}
perforadorahole punch{f}
perforadorakeypunch{f}
perforadoramining drill{f}
perforarto perforate{v}
perfumadoscented, perfumed{adj}
perfumarto scent{v}
perfumeperfume{m}
perfumeríaperfumery, perfume shop{f}
pergaminoparchment{m}
pergelisolpermafrost{m}
pergelisuelopermafrost{m}
peri-peri-{prefix}
periantioperianth{m} [botany]
pericardíacopericardial{adj}
pericardiopericardium{m}
pericarpiopericarp{m} [botany]
periciaskill{f}
PericlesPericles{prop}
pericoparakeet{m}
perico ripiaotype of traditional merengue music{m}
periódicamenteperiodically{adv}
periódicoperiodic{adj}
periódiconewspaper{m}
peridotoperidot{m}
periferiaperiphery{f}
perifoliochervil{m}
perifollochervil{m}
periféricoperipheral{adj}
periféricoperipheral{m}
perihelioperihelion{m} [astronomy]
perilipinaperilipin{f} [protein]
perillagoatee{f}
perillaknob, doorknob{f}
perinéperineum{m} [anatomy]
perinealperineal{adj}
perineoperineum{m} [anatomy]
perineorrafiaperineorraphy{f}
perineumoníaperipneumonia{f}
periodismojournalism{m}
periodistajournalist{mf}
periodoperiod{m}
periodo de entreguerrasinterwar period{m}
periodonciaperiodontics, periodontology{f}
periodontalperiodontal{adj}
periodísticojournalistic{adj}
peripeciaadventure{f}
peripeciaincident{f}
peripeciaperipeteia{f}
periqueracacophonous gibberish{f}
periqueraflock of parakeets{f}
periquitobudgerigar{m}
periscopioperiscope{m}
periscópicoperiscopic{adj}
peristalsisperistalsis{f}
peristálticoperistaltic{adj}
peritoexpert{m}
peritoneoperitoneum{m} [anatomy]
perivascularperivascular{adj}
perjudicarto damage, harm, injure{v}
perjudicarto prejudice{v}
perjudicialhurtful, harmful{adj}
perjuiciodetriment (the opposite of a benefit){m}
perjurarto perjure oneself{v}
perjurioperjury{m}
perjurorelated to perjury{adj}
perjuroperjury{m} [colloquial]
perlabead{f}
perlapearl{f}
permacongelamientopermafrost{m}
permafrostpermafrost{m} [geology]
permagelpermafrost{m}
permanecerto stay{vi}
permanenciapermanence{f}
permanentepermanent{adj}
permanenteperm, permanent wave, permanent{f}
permanentementepermanently{adv}
permanganatopermanganate{m}
permangánicopermanganic{adj}
permeabilidadpermeability{f}
permeablepermeable{adj}
permearto permeate{v}
perímetroperimeter{m}
permisoexcuse me, pardon{interj}
permisolicense{m}
permisopermission{m}
permitirto allow, to permit{v}
permitirseto allow oneself{v}
permutaciónpermutation{f} [mathematics]
permutarto permute{v} [mathematics]
permutarto exchange{v}
perneraleg (of a pair of trousers, shorts etc.){f}
perniciosopernicious{adj}
pernilknuckle of pork{m}
pernobolt{m}
pernolarge spike{m}
pernoctaciónpernoctation, a night spent sleeping away, particularly not at home{f}
pernoctarto spend the night{v}
perobut{conj}
períodoA woman’s period (menstrual cycle){m}
períodoperiod (time){m}
peronéfibula{m} [skeleton]
peronistaPeronist{adj}
peronistaPeronist{mf}
perorarto make a speech{v}
peroxidasaperoxidase{f} [enzyme]
peroxisomaperoxisome{m} [cytology]
perpendicularmenteperpendicularly{adv}
perpetradorperpetrator{m}
perpetrarto carry out, to perpetrate{v}
perpetuamenteperpetually{adv}
perpetuarto perpetuate{v}
perpetuoperpetual{adj}
perplejidadbafflement, bewilderment{f}
perplejidadperplexity{f}
perplejoperplexed, baffled, confused{adj}
perquirirto investigate{v}
perquirirto seek out{v}
perra(female) dog{f}
perraprostitute{f}
perrearto deceive{v} [Argentina, colloquial]
perrearto dance reggaeton{v} [slang]
perrerakennel{f}
perrillastye{f} [Mexico]
perritadiminutive form of perra, female doggy{f}
perritodoggy, diminutive form of perro{m}
perritohot dog{m}
perrito calientehot dog{m}
perroawful{adj}
perrodoggy, doggish{adj}
perrowicked, mean{adj}
perrodog{m}
perro calientehot dog{m}
perro de aguawater dog{m}
perro guíaguide dog{m}
perro guardiánwatchdog{m}
perro que no camina, no encuentra huesopractice makes perfect; no pain no gain{proverb}
perrunodog{adj} [attributive]
perrunodoglike{adj}
persaPersian (Of, from, or pertaining to Persia){adj}
persaPersian (person from Persia){mf}
persaPersian (Persian language){prop}
persecuciónchase{f}
persecuciónparanoia, persecution complex{f}
persecuciónpersecution{f}
persecución equiposteam pursuit{f} [cycling]
persecución individualindividual pursuit{f} [cycling]
perseguidoobsessed{adj}
perseguidoparanoid{adj}
perseguirto pursue{v}
perseveranciaperseverance{f}
perseverantepersevering{adj}
perseverarto persevere{v}
PerséfonePersephone{prop} [Greek god]
PersiaPersia{prop}
persianablind{f}
persianashutter{f}
persignarseto cross oneself{vr}
persistenciapersistence{f}
persistentepersistent{adj}
persistirto persist{v}
personaperson{f}
persona de muchos oficiosjack of all trades{f}
personajecharacter in a film, book or other media{mf}
personajepersonage{mf}
personajepersonality{mf}
personalpersonal{adj}
personalpersonnel{m}
personalidadpersonality{f}
personalizarto personalize{v}
personalmentepersonally{adv}
personarseTo arrive, turn up, make one's way{v} [formal]
personificaciónpersonification{f}
personificarto personify{v}
perspectivaperspective{f}
perspicaciaperspicacity, acumen{f}
perspicacidadperspicacity{f}
perspicazperceptive, perspicacious, insightful, shrewd{adj}
persuadirto persuade{v}
persuasiónconviction{f}
persuasióninducement{f}
persuasiónpersuasion{f}
pertactinapertactin{f} [protein]
pertenecerto belong; to pertain{v}
pertenecerseto be independent{v}
pertenecientebelonging to{adj}
pertenenciabelonging{f}
pertenenciaproperty{f}
pertinazenduring, persistent{adj}
pertinazpertinacious{adj}
pertinenteappropriate{adj}
pertinentepertinent, relevant{adj}
perturbaciónperturbation, disturbance, disruption, agitation{f}
perturbadodisturbed (person){adj}
perturbadorperturbing{adj}
perturbadoragitator{m}
perturbadortroublemaker{m}
perturbadorafeminine form of perturbador{f}
perturbarto perturb{v}
peruanafeminine form of peruano{f}
peruanoPeruvian (from or native to Peru){adj}
peruanoPeruvian (pertaining to Peru){adj}
peruanoa Peruvian{m}
PerusaPerugia (city){prop}
peruvianafeminine form of peruviano{f}
peruvianoPeruvian (from or native to Peru){adj}
peruvianoPeruvian (pertaining to Peru){adj}
peruvianoa Peruvian{m}
perversiónperversion{f}
perversobad, mean, wicked{adj}
perversoperverse (of desires etc){adj}
perversoperverted{adj}
pervertidoperverted{adj}
pervertirto pervert, lead astray, garble, corrupt{v}
pervivenciasurvival, prevalence{f}
pervivirprevail, survive{v}
peróxidoperoxide{m}
peróxido de hidrógenohydrogen peroxide{n} [inorganic compound]
pesabalance, scales{f} [Latin America]
pesaweight{f}
pesadillanightmare{f}
pesadoannoying{adj}
pesadoboring{adj}
pesadoheavy in weight{adj}
pesadoserious{adj}
pesadumbreheaviness{f}
pesadumbresorrow{f}
pesadumbretrouble{f}
pesarregret{m}
pesarTo have seriousness. To be grave{v}
pesarTo have weight{v}
pesarTo ponder{v}
pesarTo weigh{v}
pesa rusakettlebell{n}
pesasdumbbell{fp}
pesasweights{fp}
pescafishing{f}
pescaderíafishmonger's (shop that sells fish){f}
pescaderofishmonger (person who sells fish){m}
pescadilla que se muerde la colaouroboros{f}
pescadilla que se muerde la colavicious circle{f}
pescaditodiminutive form of pescado, little fish{m}
pescadofish that has been caught{m}
pescadorThat fishes{adj}
pescadorfisherman or fisher{m}
pescadora(female) fisher{f}
pescadorafisherwoman{f}
pescador furtivopoacher{n} [fish]
pescantedavit{m} [nautical]
pescarto catch{v} [colloquial]
pescarto get{v} [colloquial]
pescarto mind (a person){v} [colloquial]
pescarto screw, to get action (have sex){v} [colloquial]
pescarto search, or fish for information{v} [colloquial]
pescarto angle{v}
pescarto fish{v}
pescuezoneck{m}
pesebrea confined space set apart for the feeding of animals{m}
pesebremanger{m}
pesebreNativity Scene{m}
pesetapeseta{f}
pesimismopessimism{m}
pesimistapessimistic{adj}
pesimistapessimist{mf}
pesopeso (unit of currency){m}
pesoweight{m}
peso específicospecific gravity{m}
peso molecularmolecular weight{m}
peso muertodeadlift{n}
pespuntarto backstitch{v}
pestañatab (navigational widget in a GUI){f} [computing]
pestañaeyelash{f}
pestañaflange{f}
pestañearto wink, blink{v}
pestañeoflutter, flapping{m}
pestañeowink, blink (blinking of an eye){m}
pestecontagious disease{f}
pesteplague{f}
pestereek, unpleasant or repulsive smell{f} [slang, Mexico]
peste bovinarinderpest{f}
pesticidapesticide{f}
pestilenciapestilence{f}
pestilencialpestilent{adj}
pestilentepestilent, stinking{adj}
pestilloA bolt (lock){m}
pestilloA latch{m}
pestiñoa type of small pancake{m}
pestiñoa boring or annoying person{m} [colloquial]
petacaflask for alcohol{f}
petacabuttocks{f} [Mexico, plural]
petacasuitcase{f} [Mexico]
petacatobacco pouch{f}
petancapétanque{f} [games]
petarto please, gratify, content (transitive){vt} [colloquial]
petardearto backfire{v}
petardoa boring or annoying person{m}
petardofirecracker (a firework){m}
petardojoint{m}
petardoswindle{m}
petardotrash, rubbish{m}
petardougly woman{m}
petateA mat woven from petate, commonly used as a bedroll and for other purposes{m}
petateFibers obtained from the leaves of palm trees found in the Caribbean and Mesoamerica, (most commonly Leucothrinax morrisii and Thrinax radiata){m}
petatearseto die{vp} [colloquial, Chile, El Savador, Mexico, Panama]
petepacifier, short form of chupete{m} [Latin America, childish]
peticiónrequest{f}
peticionarto petition{v}
petirrojorobin (Erithacus rubecula){m}
petámetropetametre{m}
PeténA department of Guatemala{prop}
petobib{m}
petobreastplate{m}
petoplastron{m} [historical]
petoshirtfront{m}
petochest pad{m} [sports]
petoplastron{m} [zoology]
petrelpetrel{m}
petricorpetrichor{m}
petrificarTo petrify{vt}
petróleopetroleum, oil{m}
petrodiéseldiesel{m}
petroleoquímicapetroleum chemistry{f}
petroleoquímicoOf or pertaining to the petroleum industry{adj}
petroleraoil company{f}
petrolerodiesel (of vehicles powered with diesel fuel){adj}
petrolerooil, petrol (related to mineral oil){adj}
petrolerooil tanker{m}
petrolíferopetroliferous{adj}
petroquímicapetrochemistry{f}
petroquímicopetrochemical{adj}
peucaterm of contempt for a young woman (due to phonetical similitude with puta){f} [slang, Chile]
peucasweetheart, a girl which is engaged with someone{f} [slang, rural, Chile]
peucoan American hawk, Harris Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus){m} [Chile]
peyorativopejorative{adj}
peyorativopejorative (disparaging, belittling or derogatory word or expression){m}
peyotepeyote{m}
pezpitch, tar{f}
pezfish (especially while alive){m}
pez de lechemilkfish{m}
pez espadaswordfish{m}
pez gatocatfish{m}
pez gordobig fish, big cheese{m} [idiomatic]
pez lunasunfish; ocean sunfish (large marine fish){m}
pezónnipple{m} [anatomy]
pez payasoclownfish{m}
pezuñahoof{f}
pez voladorflying fish{m}
págalo parasitoThe Arctic Skua{m}
págalo árticoThe Arctic Skua, a seabird{m}
púgilboxer, pugilist{m}
páginapage{f}
página webweb page{f}
PGR(Mexico) La Procuraduría General de la República, The attorney general of Mexico{abbr}
pipi; the Greek letter Π, π{f}
piñapineapple{f}
piñapine cone, pinecone{f}
piadachirping (action of chirping){f}
piadaExpression of someone similar to the other person usually used. Salvador tiene muchas piadas de su maestro{f} [colloquial]
piadosopious{adj}
piadosopitiful{adj}
pianistapianist{mf}
pianopiano{m}
piarto chirp{v}
piaraherd (of pigs, sheep etc.){f}
piñataDoll filled with candy, that gets hit with a hammer or a stick during birthday parties (also mexican Christmas celebrations) until the candy falls out{f}
PIBProducto Interno Bruto; gross domestic product, GDP{m}
pibekid, young person{m} [Argentina, Uruguay, Canary Islands, colloquial]
pibilWrapped in banana or plantain leaves and cooked underground{adj} [Mexico, said of a food]
pibónhottie, cutie (attractive woman){m} [informal, Spain]
picaspade{f} [card games]
picapick (digging tool){f}
picapike, lance{f}
picadaappetizer (small portion of food){f}
picaderoriding school{m}
picaderolove nest (place of intercourse){m} [slang]
picadillominced meat{m}
picadillosalad (made of chopped food){m}
picadobitter, pissed{adj} [colloquial]
picadodecayed{adj} [of a tooth]
picadominced, ground{adj} [of food, especially meat]
picadochoppy{adj} [of the sea]
picadopiqued{adj}
picadorotten, spoiled{adj}
picadokick around (informal football game){m} [Argentina]
picadooverhead shot{m} [film]
picadostaccato note{m} [music]
picadorsomeone who cuts sugar-cane{m}
picadorsomeone who stabs or wounds{m}
picaduraa bite, e.g. from a snake or insect{f}
picaduraa wound{f}
picaflorhummingbird{m}
picante(of food) hot and spicy{adj}
picantevulgar, risque{adj}
picarto get addict, fascinated, enraptured{vr} [Mexico]
picarto get angry, to get annoyed, to take offence{vr}
picarto turn sour{vr}
picarto bite; to sting; to stab; to wound{v}
picarto chop{v}
picarto itch{v}
picarto pique{v}
picarto rot; to decay; to eat away; to rust{v}
picarto sting or be pungent to the lips or tongue, be spicy or hot{v}
picardíaact of mischief, dirty trick{f}
picardíanaughtiness, craftiness{f}
picardíarude word, insult{f}
PicardíaPicardy{prop}
PicassoA surname{prop}
PicassoPablo Picasso, Spanish artist{prop}
picazónitch, itching{m}
picazónrash{m}
pichileminoPichileminian{adj}
PichilemoPichilemu (the Chilean city){prop}
PichilemuPichilemu{prop}
pichónA young pigeon or dove{m}
picleany pickled food{m} [Chile]
piclepickle{m} [Chile]
picnicpicnic (outdoor meal){m}
picnómetropycnometer{m}
picoa bit, a little{m}
picobeak (of a bird){m}
picokiss{m} [colloquial, Bolivia, Colombia]
picotrap; gob (mouth){m} [colloquial]
picopeak, summit{m}
picopick, pickax(e){m}
picosharp point{m}
pico de galloA condiment generally made with diced raw onions, tomatoes, chiles, and cilantro{n}
picogramopicogram{m}
picorocoEdible Southamerican barnacle (Austromegabalanus psittacus){m} [Chile, Peru]
picotearto nibble{v}
picotearto peck{v}
picratopicrate{m}
pictogramapictogram{m}
piefoot{m}
piedadpiety{f}
piedadpity{f}
Piedadfemale given name{prop}
pie de atletaathlete's foot{m}
pie de caballocoltsfoot{m}
piedracrack (drug){f}
piedrastone{f}
piedra de lunamoonstone (gemstone){f} [mineralogy]
piedra de toquetouchstone{n}
piedra preciosagemstone{f}
pielfur{f}
pielskin{f}
piel de gallinagoose bumps; raised skin, usually on the neck or arms caused by cold or fear{f} [idiomatic]
piensocattle food{m}
piensothought{m} [obsolete]
piernaleg{f}
piezapiece, part{f}
piezaroom{f}
piezómetropiezometer{m}
pifiamistake, fault, error{f} [colloquial]
pifiasmall flaw, defect{f} [colloquial]
pigidiopygidium{m}
pigmeopygmy{adj}
pigmeopygmy{mf}
pijafeminine form of pijo{f}
pijamapyjamas{m}
pijoposh{adj}
pijosnobby{adj}
pijosnob, dandy{m}
pikachurinapikachurin{f} [protein]
pilaA pile, mound{f}
pilaA small battery{f}
piélagopond, reservoir{m} [archaic]
piélagosomething vast, countless, innumerable{m} [figuratively]
piélagothe sea{m} [poetic]
piélagothe open sea; pelagic waters{m}
pilarpillar, pier{m}
pilarThe player who is next to the hooker in a scrum{m} [rugby]
pilarto pound{v}
Pilarfemale given name{prop}
piletabasin{f}
piletapool{f}
pillajepillage{m}
pillarto catch, catch up to{v} [colloquial]
pillarto catch (someone doing something illegal){v} [colloquial]
pillarto come down with, catch (an illness){v} [colloquial]
pillarto get (a joke){v} [colloquial]
pillarto catch, get{v}
pillarto pilfer, steal{v}
pillar cachoTo hook up (with someone){v} [colloquial]
pillarse un pedoto get trashed, get wasted{v} [idiomatic, slang]
pillocheeky, impudent{adj}
pilloclever{adj}
pilónA gift given by a vendor to accompany a transaction{m}
pilónbasin, sink{m}
pilónpestle{m}
pilónpylon{m}
piloncillopanela{m}
pilotarto pilot{v}
pilotearto pilot{v}
pilotodriver (racing){mf}
pilotopilot{mf}
piltrafaoffal, scrap, junk (object in very bad condition){f}
piltrafascrap of meat{f}
piltrafaskinny, feeble person{f}
pimentónA relish made from red sweet peppers{m}
pimentónThe pimiento (fruit){m}
pimentón de la VeraPimentón de La Vera{m}
pimientapepper (herb, peppercorns){f}
pimienta de Jamaicaallspice{m}
pimienta negrablack pepper{f}
pimientopepper (fruit of the capsicum){m}
pimientopepper plant{m}
pimiento morrónbell pepper{m}
pim pam pumbish bash bosh{phrase}
pimpolloa seedling{m} [agriculture]
pimpolloA very handsome, gallant, and graceful boy or young man{m}
pimpolloa nearly blossomed rose flower{m} [botany]
pimpolloa new stem either soft or wooden{m} [botany]
pimpolloa pine tree sapling{m} [forestry]
pimpolloa young tree{m} [forestry]
piñónpinion (small gear or spindle){m} [mechanics]
piñónpine nut{m}
piñónpine sapling{m}
piñónpinion (outer part of a bird's wing){m}
piónpion{m}
PINProyecto de Identificación Nacional{acronym}
pinaborder-stone{f}
pinacatepinacate beetle, stink beetle{m} [Mexico]
pinacotecaart gallery, especially one devoted to paintings{f}
pincelpaintbrush{m}
pincharto click{v} [computation]
pincharto call up by telephone and suspend before a conversation is initiated in order to make receiver call back{v}
pincharto flirt{v}
pincharto get flirted{v}
pincharto puncture, prick, pierce{v}
pincharto sting{v}
pinchazoeavesdropping{m}
pinchazoprick, sting{m}
pinchazopuncture{m}
pinchestingy, cheap{adj} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua]
pinchehairpin (fastener for the hair){m} [Chile]
pinchoskewer{m}
pinchoa shank{m} [slang]
pindongaA woman who spends much of her time outside of home and generally in bad company or in little respected occupations{f} [slang]
pindáricoPindaric{adj}
pinealpineal{adj}
pingaprick{f} [Latin America, slang]
pingüeabundant, copious{adj}
pingüefat, plump{adj}
pingüinoa student{m} [Chile, colloquial]
pingüinopenguin{m}
pingüino reyking penguin{m}
ping-pongping pong; table tennis{m}
pinopine{m}
PinochoPinocchio{prop}
pinolepinole{m} [Latin America]
pintaa small spot, dot or stain{f}
pintalook, appearance{f}
pintamonasA novice painter; a painter with poor skills{mf}
pintarto paint{v}
pintarrajearto daub{v}
pintarsereflexive form of pintar, to make up one's face{vr}
pintarseto color one's hair{v}
pintarseto put lipstick on oneself{v}
pintónattractive; handsome (with a connotation of relatively fair skin and wealth){adj}
pintónripening{adj} [of fruit]
pintóncorn borer (Ostrinia){m}
pintoclever, cunning{adj} [Caribbean]
pintodrunk{adj} [Caribbean]
pintoA meal served for lunch or dinner based on gallo pinto but also with a type of meat and possibly some extras{adj} [Costa Rica]
pintospotted, pinto, blotchy{adj} [Latin America]
pintorpainter{m}
pinturapaint (colorant substance){f}
pinturapainting{f}
pintura rupestrecave painting{f}
pinyinpinyin{adj}
PinyinPinyin{prop}
pinzaclamp (tool){f}
pinzaclaw (pincer of a crustacean){f}
pinzaclothes peg{f}
pinzapincers{f}
pinzatweezers{f}
pinzastweezers{fp}
pinzónfinch (bird){m}
pinzón realThe brambling. A small bird{m}
pinzón vulgarThe chaffinch, a small bird{m}
piochabadge{f} [Chile]
piochagoatee{f} [Mexico]
piojentolousy (infested with lice){adj}
piojentoOf, or relating to lice{adj}
piojoA louse; a kind of parasitic insect; lice{m}
piojosolousy (infested with lice){adj}
piolaagreeable, charming, pleasant, having good countenance{adj}
piolaa messy ending of old string or wires{adj}
piolaawesome, astute, cool, quick witted{adj}
piolafirecracker{adj}
piolathin rope{adj}
pioneropioneering{adj}
pioneropioneer{m}
PionyangPyongyang{n}
piorreapyorrhea, pyorrhoea{f} [pathology]
pipíurine{m} [infantile]
pipavery good{adv} [colloquial]
pipabarrel{f}
pipa(smoking) pipe{f}
Pipemale given name{prop} [Chile, informal]
Pipediminutive form of Felipe{prop}
piperazinapiperazine{f} [organic compound]
pipiolokid (young person){m}
pipiolonewbie, noob{m}
pipirigallosainfoin{m}
pipónhaving a protruding belly{adj} [Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Perú]
pipónhaving the appetite satisfied; stuffed, sated{adj} [Uruguay, Argentina]
pipotesmall barrel{m}
pipotegarbage can{m} [Venezuela]
piquespade{m} [card games]
piquedownward movement{m}
piquegrudge match{m}
piquehit, fix (of drugs){m}
piquerivalry, needle, loggerheads{m}
piqueteinjection{m}
piqueteprick (in the skin){m}
piqueteshot, jab (with a syringe){m}
piquetea small or medium amount of a strong alcoholic beverage (usually tequila, rum or brandy) poured in a non-alcoholic beverage, such as punch, coffee, juice, soda beverage, etc{m} [slang, Mexico]
piquetesting (bump in the skin made by an insect){m}
piquetearto picket{v}
piraescape, flight{f}
pirapyre{f}
pirañapiranha{f}
piradocrazy{adj} [colloquial]
piragüismocanoeing{m}
piragüistacanoer, canoeist{mf}
piraguapirogue{f}
piraguapiragua{f} [Puerto Rico]
piramidaltriquetrum{adj} [anatomy]
piramidalpyramidal (pyramid-shaped){adj}
pirarto go away{vp} [colloquial]
piratapirate{mf}
piratearto pirate copy{v}
piratearto pirate, to hijack{v}
pirateríapiracy{f}
pirazinapyrazine{f} [organic compound]
pirazolpyrazole{m} [organic compound]
piretrinapyrethrin{f} [organic compound]
piretroidepyrethroid{m} [organic compound]
pirógenopyrogen{m}
piricuaco(Nicaragua) (offensive) Sandinista soldier or combatant{m}
piridazinapyridazine{f} [organic compound]
piridinapyridine{f} [organic compound]
pirimetaminapyrimethamine{f} [organic compound]
pirimidinapyrimidine{f} [organic compound]
PirineosPyrenees{prop}
pirinolatop (child’s spinning toy){f} [Latin America]
pirómanoarsonist{m}
pirómanopyromaniac{m}
pirámidepyramid{f}
piro-pyro-{prefix}
pirofosfatasapyrophosphatase{f} [enzyme]
pirofosfatopyrophosphate{f} [inorganic compound]
piromaníapyromania{f}
piropoa type of red rock; garnet{m}
piropocompliment, flattering comment{m}
pirotécnicafeminine form of pirotécnico{f}
pirotécnicopyrotechnic{adj}
pirotécnicopyrotechnist{m}
pirotecniaa factory of such materials{f}
pirotecniafireworks or other explosive materials{f}
pirotecniapyrotechnics{f}
pirrolpyrrole{m} [organic compound]
pirrolisinapyrrolysine{f} [amino acid]
pirsinpiercing (hole for jewelry, and the jewelry itself){m}
piruetapirouette{f}
pirujaprostitute{f} [vulgar, Mexico]
piruletalollipop{f}
piruvatopyruvate{m} [organic compound]
pirúvicopyruvic{adj}
pispee, wee{m}
pisadafootstep, footprint{f}
pisapapelespaperweight{m}
pisarto step; to walk; to tread{vi}
pisarto walk on (something); to tread on (something){vt}
pisaverdefop, coxcomb, popinjay, dandy{m} [colloquial]
piscaa bit{f}
piscaa soupçon{f}
piscinaswimming pool{f}
piscisBorn under the zodiac sign Pisces{adj}
PiscisPisces (constellation){prop}
piscoturkey (bird){m} [Colombia]
piscopisco (see "English" above){m}
pisocarpet{m} [Chile]
pisofootstool{m} [Chile]
pisodecker (bus, bed){m}
pisoflat{m}
pisofloor{m}
pisostory (level of a building){m}
pisotearto trample{v}
pista(aviation) runway{f}
pistaclue{f}
pistatrack{f}
pistacheropistachio (tree){m}
pistachopistachio (nut){m}
pistilopistil{m} [botany]
pistónpiston{m}
pistolapistol; gun{f}
pistola de aireair pistol{f}
pistoleroA gunman{m}
pistoleroAn armed bandit{m}
pitacentury plant (Agave americana){f}
pitagóricoPythagorean{adj}
pitahayadragon fruit{f}
pitarto referee{v} [sports]
pitarto whistle, buzz, beep, honk{v}
pitidowhistle, beep (sound){m}
pitido finalfinal whistle{m}
pitillodrinking straw{m} [Colombia, Venezuela]
pitónpython{m}
pitotobacco pipe{m} [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay]
pitocatcall{m}
pitocoffee bean{m} [Central America]
pitofife{m}
pitocigarette, especially weed cigarette{m} [slang, Latin American Spanish]
pitowhistle{m}
pitowoodpecker{m}
pitonisadiviner, foreteller{f}
pitonisaPythia (priestess presiding over the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi){f} [historical]
pitonisamagician{f}
pitufafeminine form of pitufo{f}
pitufomunicipal policeman{m} [colloquial]
pitufosmall child{m} [colloquial]
pitufosmurf{m}
pituitariopituitary{adj}
pitusocute{adj}
piureEdible tunicate (Pyura chilensis){m}
piyamapyjamas{m}
pizarrablackboard, chalkboard{f} [education]
pizarrashale{f} [geology]
pizarrascoreboard{f} [sports]
pizarrónchalkboard, blackboard{m} [education]
pizcaa little bit{f}
pizcapinch{f}
pizcawhit{f}
pizotewhite-nosed coati (Nasua narica){m}
pizzapizza{f}
pizzeríapizzeria{f}
pájarobird (usually a small bird capable of flying){m}
pájaroPerson of questionable or shady character, or involved in dubious affairs{m} [colloquial, Spain]
pájarohomosexual{m} [Dominican Republic, slang]
pájaro carpinterowoodpecker{m}
pókerpoker (card game){m}
placabadge{f}
placachoppers (artificial teeth){f}
placaplate{f}
placashield, sign{f}
placa basemotherboard{f} [computing]
placa madremotherboard{f} [computing]
placeboplacebo{m}
placenteropleasant (giving pleasure; pleasing in manner){adj}
placerplacer{m} [geology, mining]
placersandbank{m} [nautical]
placerpleasure; something done to please{m}
placerto please (somebody){v} [literary]
placidezcalm, placidness{f}
plaganuisance{f}
plagaplague{f}
plagarto become full of, become infested{vr} [colloquial]
plagarto fill, infest{vt} [colloquial]
plagarto plague{vt} [context]
plagiadorplagiarist; one who plagiarizes{m}
plagiar(americanismo) to capture, abduct, kidnap{v}
plagiarto plagiarize{v}
plagiarioof or pertaining to plagiarism{adj}
plagiarioplagiarist{m}
plagioplagiarism{m}
plaguicidapesticide{f}
plañirto cry and groan{v}
planmood{m} [colloquial]
planintention{m}
planplan{m}
planarplanar (relating to a plane){adj}
planchaan iron (for ironing clothes){f}
planchabellyflop{f}
planchaembarrassing mistake{f}
planchagrill (for cooking){f}
planchaironing{f}
planchapush-up (exercise){f}
planchaslab{f}
plancharto talk or chat romantically someone with his/her girlfriend/boyfriend, usually inside home, in porch or in a public place, without apparent sexual proposals{v} [Mexico]
plancharto iron{v}
planchar la orejato hit the sack{v}
planchaspush-up{fp} [pluralonly]
planctónicoplanktonic{adj}
planctonplankton{m} [biology]
planeadoplanned{adj}
planearto plan{v}
planearto plane, glide (fly unpowered, of a bird or plane){v}
planeogliding flight, volplane (unpowered flight, of a bird or plane){m}
planetaplanet{m}
planeta enanodwarf planet{m}
planetarioplanetary{adj}
planetarioplanetarium{m}
planetologíaplanetology{f} [astronomy]
planicidadflatness{f}
planificaciónplanification{f}
planificarto plan, arrange beforehand{v}
planillaform{f} [Latin America]
planillalist{f}
planillapayroll{f}
planoflat{adj}
planoplane, level{adj}
planoshot{m} [cinematography]
planoplane (flat surface extending infinitely in all directions){m} [geometry]
planolevel{m}
planoplan (of a building){m}
planostreet plan, map of a city{m}
plano acotadocontour map{m}
plano cartesianoCartesian plane{m}
plantasole{f} [anatomy]
plantafloor, level of a high building{f}
plantaplant (factory){f}
plantaplant (organism of the kingdom Plantae){f}
plantasole (bottom of a shoe or boot){f}
plantaciónplantation{f}
plantadordibber, dibbler (person){m}
plantadordibber, dibble (tool){m}
plantadorplanter{m}
planta obedientearrowroot{f}
plantarto plant{v}
planteamientoplanning{m}
plantearto suggest{v}
plantígradoplantigrade{adj} [zoology]
plantígradoplantigrade{m} [zoology]
plantillatemplate{f}
plaquetaplatelet{f}
plasmaplasma{m} [physics, biology]
plasmarto express, represent, give shape to{v}
plasminógenoplasmin{m} [enzyme]
plasmáticoof or relating to plasma, plasmatic{adj}
plastaannoying or stupid person{f} [colloquial]
plastaflattened object{f}
plastalump, soft mass of matter{f}
plastaplasticine, modelling clay{f}
-plastia-plasty{suffix}
plasticidadplasticity{f}
plastificarto plasticise{v}
plastilinaplasticine{f}
plastoplastid{m} [biology]
plastocianinaplastocyanin{f} [protein]
plastrónplastron{m} [zoology]
platóstage, set (at TV or movies){m}
platamoney{f} [Latin America]
platasilver{f}
plataformaplatform{f}
plataforma de hielo flotanteice shelf{f}
platanalpiece of land cultivating plantains{m}
plateadosilver (colour){adj}
plateadosilver (color/colour){m}
plateríasilver shop / store{f}
platicarto chat{v}
platillosaucer{m}
platillostew{m}
platillo voladorflying saucer (disc-shaped unidentified flying object){m}
platillo volanteflying saucer (disc-shaped unidentified flying object){m}
platinaplatinum{f} [archaic]
platinastage (of a microscope){f}
platinoplatinum{m}
platinosoplatinous{adj} [chemistry]
PlatónPlato{prop}
platónicoPlatonic{adj}
platónicoPlatonist{m}
platoplate, dish{m}
playabeach{f}
playerat-shirt{f} [Mexico]
playeroof the beach{adj}
playónaugmentative form of playa{m}
plazafortified town{f}
plazaplaza, town square{f}
plazoinstallment, payment{m}
plazoperiod, term (time limit){m}
plazoletaa small town square{f}
plácidoplacid{adj}
píldorapill{f}
píldora del día despuésmorning-after pill{f}
plebeplebs{f} [historical]
plebeplebeians, common people{f}
plebekid, child{mf} [colloquial, Sinaloa, Mexico]
plebeyafeminine form of plebeyo{f}
plebeyocommoner{m}
plebeyoplebeian{m} [historical]
plegablefoldable{adj}
plegamientofolding{m}
plegarto fold{v}
plegariaintercession (prayer){f}
plegariarequest, asking, prayer{f}
pleitoargument{m} [Latin America]
pleitofight{m} [Latin America]
pleitolawsuit{m}
plenamentefully{adv}
plenipotenciarioplenipotentiary{adj}
plenipotenciarioplenipotentiary{m}
plenitudplenitude{f}
plenobroad, full{adj}
plenoplenary{adj}
pleonasmopleonasm{m}
pletóricoplethoric{adj} [medicine]
pletóricoplethoric; overabundant{adj}
pálidapallor, paleness (due to drug abuse or sickness){f} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina]
pálidoashen{adj}
pálidopale{adj}
pliegodocument, folder{m}
pliegosheet (of paper){m}
pliegueA fold or crease{m}
pólipopolyp{m} [medicine, biology]
plisarto pleat{v}
pólizainsurance policy{f}
plúmbeoleaden (made of or resembling lead){adj}
plomeroplumber{m} [Latin American Spanish]
plomo(color) grey{m}
plomolead{m}
píloropylorus{m} [anatomy]
plúotpluot{f}
púlpitopulpit (raised platform in church){m}
pléromapleroma{f} [gnosticism]
púlsarpulsar{m} [astronomy]
plásmidoplasmid{m}
plásticoplastic (constructed of plastic){adj}
plásticoplastic (a stiff but usually slightly flexible synthetic material){m}
plátanobanana{m}
plátanoplantain (the plant and fruit related to banana, not the Plantago genus){m}
plátanosycamore, plane, a tree belonging to the Platanus family{m} [Spain]
pláticadiscussion; chat{f}
plétoraplethora (all senses){f}
plumafeather{f}
plumapen (for writing){f}
pluma de indioAny of several species of bromeliad in the genus Vriesia (Bromeliaceae){f}
pluma de indioThe croton, a species of euphorb in the genus Codiaeum (Euphorbiaceae){f}
plumajeplumage (feathers){m}
plumóncomforter, duvet{m}
plumónmarker{m}
pluotpluot{m}
pluotopluot{m}
pluralplural, multiple{adj}
pluralplural{m} [grammar]
pluralidadplurality{f}
pluricelularmulticellular{adj} [biology]
plurilingüemultilingual{adj}
pluscuamperfectopluperfect{adj}
pluscuamperfectopluperfect tense{m}
plusvalíacapital gain or capital gains{f}
plutónpluton{m} [mineralogy]
PlutónPluto{prop} [mythology]
PlutónPluto (planet){prop}
plutónicoplutonic{adj} [mineralogy]
plutocraciaplutocracy{f}
plutocráticoplutocratic{adj}
plutonioplutonium{m}
pluviosopluvious{adj}
pluviosorainy{adj}
pluviselvarainforest{f}
pélvicopelvic{adj}
pólvoragunpowder{f}
p. m.p.m.{abbr}
pómulocheekbone{m}
páncreaspancreas{m}
PíndaroPindar{prop}
péndolapendulum{f}
péndolapen, quill{f}
péndulopendulum{m}
pánicopanic{m}
Pánucoa river in North-Eastern Mexico, which flows out in the Gulf of Mexico, by Tampico{prop}
PNVBasque Nationalist Party (Partido Nacionalista Vasco in Spanish){initialism} [politics]
píopious{adj}
poemphatical{interj} [colloquial, Chile]
Píomale given name{prop}
poblaciónpopulation{f}
poblacióntown, village{f}
pobladohaving people, populous, populated{adj}
pobladosettlement (village){m}
poblamiento(act of) population{m}
poblanoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Puebla{adj}
poblanopoblano (chile pepper){m}
poblarto populate{v}
pobrepoor{adj}
pobrecillodiminutive form of pobre; poor thing{m}
pobrecitodiminutive form of pobre; poor thing{m}
pobrementepoorly{adv}
pobrezapoverty{f}
pochaa Mexican American female who speaks poor or broken Spanish, and has become a gringa{f} [slang]
pochosick{adj} [Spain, of a person]
pochorotten{adj} [Spain, of fruit]
pochoa Mexican American who speaks poor or broken Spanish, and has become a gringo{m} [slang]
pocilgapigsty{f}
pocillobowl, dish{m}
pocillosmall coffee cup, mug{m} [Latin America]
pociónpotion{f}
pocofew{adj}
pocolittle, not much{adj}
pocoshort (time){adj}
pocolittle, not much{adv}
pocolittle{m}
poco a pocolittle by little, step by step, gradually{adv}
poco hechorare (cooked very lightly){adj}
poco o nadahardly at all; barely at all{adv} [idiomatic]
podaderabillhook (tool used for pruning){f}
podarto prune{v}
podenco ibicencoIbizan Hound{m}
poderauthorization{m}
poderpower, reign{m}
poderproxy (written certificate of authority to act for another){m}
poderto be able, can{v}
poder conto cope{v}
poder conto manage{v}
poderosopowerful{adj}
podiatrapodiatrist{m} [Latin America]
podiopodium{m}
-podo-pod{suffix}
podredumbreputrefaction{f}
podridorotten{adj}
poemapoem{m}
poesíapoetry{f}
poetaA poet{mf}
poetisapoetess (female poet){f}
pogromopogrom{m}
polacafeminine form of polaco{f}
polacoPolish (from or native to Poland){adj}
polacoPolish (pertaining to Poland){adj}
polacoa Catalan (derogatory){m}
polacoa Pole (person from Poland){m}
polacothe Polish language{prop}
polainagaiter, spat{f}
polarpolar{adj}
polarizaciónpolarization{f}
polarizarto polarize{v}
poleapulley{f}
polenpollen{m}
polentapolenta{f}
poleopennyroyal (Mentha pulegium){m}
polerashirt{f}
polígamopolygamous{adj}
políglotomultilingual (written in multiple languages){adj}
políglotopolyglot (of a person, able to speak multiple language){adj}
políglotoA multilingual Christian Bible{m}
políglotoa polyglot (one who is able to speak multiple language){m}
polígonoindustrial park{m}
polígonopolygon{m}
polígono regularregular polygon{m} [geometry]
polígrafopolygraph{m}
polipolice{f} [colloquial]
policop{mf} [colloquial]
poli-poly-{prefix}
poliacenoacene{m} [organic compound]
poliaminapolyamine{f} [organic chemistry]
poliandriapolyandry{f}
poliarquíapolyarchy{f}
policíapolice department, or police force{f}
policíapolice officer. Normally policeman{m}
policíacoOf the police or a detective,{adj}
policíacoRelated to the police{adj}
policía femeninopolicewoman{m}
policarbonatopolycarbonate{m}
policía secretasecret police{f}
policíclicopolycyclic{adj}
policiacoOf the police or a detective{adj}
policialRelated to the police{adj}
policialpolice officer{m}
policialwhodunit{m}
policloradopolychlorinated{adj}
policloruropolychloride{m} [chemistry]
policromovaricolored (US), varicoloured (UK){adj}
poliedropolyhedron{m} [geometry]
polietilenopolyethylene{m} [organic chemistry]
polifenolpolyphenol{m} [organic compound]
polifosfatopolyphosphate{m} [chemistry]
poligalacturonasapolygalacturonase{f} [enzyme]
poligamiapolygamy (all senses){f}
poliglotismopolyglotism{m}
poliglotoalternative form of polígloto{m}
poliinsaturadopolyunsaturated{adj}
polillacause of progressive destruction{f}
polillamoth, grub, woodworm, bookworm{f}
polimerasapolymerase{f} [enzyme]
polimorfismopolymorphism{m}
poliméricopolymeric{adj}
poliniapolynya{f}
polinómicopolynomial{adj}
polinomiopolynomial{m}
polinomio característicocharacteristic polynomial{m} [linear algebra]
polinuclearpolynuclear{adj}
polinucleótidopolynucleotide{m} [biochemistry]
poliolpolyol{m} [organic chemistry]
polipéptidopolypeptide{m} [protein]
polirto polish{v} [obsolete]
poliárquicopolyarchic{adj}
polispolis{f}
polisacáridopolysaccharide{m} [carbohydrates]
polisemiapolysemy{f}
polisintéticopolysynthetic{adj}
polisílabopolysyllabic{adj} [linguistics]
polisémicopolysemous, polysemic{adj}
polistapolo player{mf}
poliésterpolyester{m} [chemistry]
politerpenopolyterpene{m} [organic compound]
politerpenoidepolyterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
politeísmopolytheism{m}
politeístapolytheistic{adj}
politicastrocorrupt politician{m}
politicizaciónpoliticization{f}
politólogopolitical scientist{m}
politopopolytope{m} [geometry]
pollaA beverage made with milk, eggs, cinnamon, and, in Mexico, with sherry liquor added{f}
pollaYoung hen, pullet{f}
polleríaAn establishment or location where poultry is sold{f}
pollerínskirt{f}
pollerudohenpecked{adj}
pollitoyoung child{m} [colloquial]
pollitoyoung chicken{m}
pollochicken{m}
pollounexperienced{m} [Chile, slang]
polluelafeminine form of polluelo{f}
polluelochick (young bird){m}
polímatapolymath{mf}
polímeropolymer{m} [chemistry]
polémicacontroversy, polemic{f}
polémicocontroversial, polemic{adj}
polopole{m}
polopolo (ball game){m}
polopolo shirt{m}
polo aquáticowater polo{m}
pololagirlfriend{f} [Chile]
pololear : to court, woo{v} [Chile, colloquial]
pololear : to go steady{v} [Chile, colloquial]
pololoboyfriend (partner in a romantic relationship){m} [Chile]
PoloniaPoland{prop}
poloniopolonium{m}
polonoPolish (from or native to Poland){adj} [obsolete]
polonoPolish (pertaining to Poland){adj} [obsolete]
polonésPolish (from or native to Poland){adj}
polonésPolish (pertaining to Poland){adj}
polonésA piece of music imitative of Polish dances{m} [music]
polo SurSouth Pole{prop}
políticafeminine form of político (female) politician{f}
políticapolicy{f}
políticapolitics{f}
políticamentepolitically{adv}
políticoin-law{adj}
políticopolitical{adj}
políticopolitician{m}
poltronaarmchair{f}
poluciónpollution{f}
polverapowder compact{f}
polvodust{m}
polvopowder{m}
polvo de hornearbaking powder (a dry leavening agent used in baking){m}
polvorientodusty{adj}
polvoríngunpowder{m}
polvorínminefield, warzone{m}
polvorínpowder keg{m}
polvorónA type of shortbread made of flour, sugar, milk, and nuts popular in Spain and Latin America and other ex-spanish colonies such as the Philippines during Christmas{m}
polvos de talcotalcum powder{m}
pomafruit{f} [poetic, literary]
pomaapple{f} [rare]
pomadasalve, ointment, cream{f}
pomelograpefruit{m}
pomelopomelo{m}
pompaboastfulness, ostentation{f}
pompabubble{f}
pompabuttock{f} [Mexico]
pompapomp{f}
pompapump{f}
pompasolemn procession{f}
pompisbutt{m}
pompoblunt, worn down{adj} [Colombia, of a pointed object]
pomposamentepompously{adv}
poncharto punch in/out (at work){v}
poncharto strike out{v}
ponchepunch (drink){m}
ponchoponcho{m}
ponderaciónpraise{f}
ponderaciónweighting, calculation{f}
ponderadorone who ponders{mf}
ponderadorone who weighs{mf}
ponderarto ponder or consider{v}
ponderarto weight{v}
ponenciareport, presentation, address{f}
ponenteA proposer of a motion{mf}
ponenteA speaker at a meeting, or congress{mf}
ponerto play{v} [electronics]
poner(of a heavenly body) to sink beneath the horizon{vi}
ponerto get{vr}
ponerto name, to give a nickname{vr}
ponerto put on (clothing, shoes){vr}
ponerto contribute; to bring{vt} [Mexico, slang]
ponerto put{vtr} [reflexive, or, non-reflexive]
ponerTo turn on{vt} [Spain, colloquial]
ponerto choose, to designate (for a job, charge or responsibility){vt}
ponerto set{vt}
poner el carro delante de los bueyesput the cart before the horse{phrase}
poner la pelota en juegoget the ball rolling{v} [idiomatic]
ponerle el cascabel al gatobell the cat{v}
poner los cuernosto cheat on, put horns on{v} [idiomatic]
ponersereflexive form of poner, to put on, as in clothing{vr}
ponerseto become (used with adjective){v}
ponerseto begin doing something{v}
ponerseto set (sun){v}
ponerse ato begin to{v}
ponerse las pilasTo pull up one's socks; get one's act together{v} [idiomatic]
pongoorangutan{m}
ponipony{m}
ponientesetting (sun or star){adj}
ponientewest, western{adj}
ponientewest{m}
pontevedrésFrom Pontevedra{adj}
pontevedrésSomeone from Pontevedra{m}
pontíficepontifex{m}
pontíficepontiff{m}
pontificalmentepontifically{adv}
pontificiopapal{adj}
pontificiopontifical{adj}
ponzoñapoison{f}
ponzoñavenom{f}
ponzoñosopoisonous, venomous, toxic{adj}
poppopcorn{m} [Uruguay]
popóexcrement, poo{m} [infantile, Argentina, Uruguay]
popóbutt{m} [infantile, Chile]
popóexcrement, poo{m} [Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia]
popastern{f}
poplíteopopliteal{n}
PopoA popular nickname for the volcano Popocatépetl in Mexico{prop}
PopocatépetlPopocatépetl{prop}
popotedrinking straw{m} [Mexico]
popularpopular{adj}
popularidadpopularity{f}
popularizaciónpopularization{f}
popularizarTo popularise (UK), to popularize (US){v}
populistapopulist{adj}
populistapopulist{mf}
populosopopulous{adj}
popurrímedley{m} [music]
popurrípotpourri (collection of various things){m}
poquitodiminutive{adj}
poquitotiny, very small{adj}
porby{prep}
pordue to{prep}
porfor{prep}
porthrough{prep}
porover{prep} [used with directions]
por añadidurain addition{adv}
por ahorafor now{adv}
por casualidadby chance{adv}
porcelanaporcelain{f}
porcentajepercentage{m}
porcheveranda, verandah; stoop; porch{m}
porciónpart (fraction of a whole){f}
porciónportion{f}
por Diosfor God's sake, by God{interj}
por Dios benditogood Lord!, good heavens{phrase}
pordiosearto beg{v}
pordioserafeminine form of pordiosero{f}
pordioserobeggar{m}
por ejemplofor example; for instance; e.g.{adv}
por el amor de Diosfor God's sake{interj}
por esotherefore, that is why{conj}
por esoI mean(t) that{interj}
porfaplease{adv} [informal]
porfíaobstinacy{f}
por favorPlease{interj}
porfiadamenteobstinately, pertinaciously, contentiously{adv}
porfiadostubborn, obstinate{adj}
porfiarto insist, persist{v}
por finfinally, at last{adv} [idiomatic]
porfirinaporphyrin{f} [organic compound]
por h o por bfor one reason or another{adv} [idiomatic]
por la boca muere el pezby its mouth the fish dies, meaning what you say can do you harm{phrase}
por la espaldabehind someone's back{adv} [idiomatic]
por las nubessky-high, through the roof, at an extortionate price{adj} [idiomatic]
por lo comúngenerally, in general, commonly{adv} [idiomatic]
por lo demásotherwise. In all other respects{adv}
por lo generalgenerally, in general{adv} [idiomatic]
por lo menosat least{adv}
por lo poco que séfor all I know{phrase}
por lo tantoconsequently{adv}
por lo tantotherefore{adv}
por lo tantothus (in this way or manner){adv}
pormenorcircumstance{m}
pormenorizarTo describe in great detail{v}
por menudoin detail{adv}
por menudoin installments{adv}
por más quehowever much; however many{conj}
por mucho quealternative form of por más que{conj}
PorónMount Porón, location of the Spanish village of Benarrabá, province of Málaga in southern Spain{prop}
por no hablar denot to mention{conj} [idiomatic]
poropore{m}
porosidadporosity{f}
porosoporous{adj}
porotobean{m} [Latin American Spanish]
por otra parteon the other hand{adv}
por otra parteotherwise. In all other respects{adv}
por otro ladoon the other hand{adv}
por pocoalmost{adv}
por quéFor what reason; why{adv}
porquéa reason (e.g. the reason why something happens){m}
porquebecause{conj}
porqueríacrap, trash{f}
porqueríafilth{f}
por qué no te callas"Why don’t you shut up already?"{phrase}
porraclub, policeman's night stick{f}
porrathick type of churro{f}
porrazohit; whack{n} [colloquial]
porristacheerleader{mf}
porrostupid{adj} [colloquial]
porrojoint, reefer{m}
porroleek{m} [plants]
por si acasojust in case{adv}
por si las moscasjust in case{adv} [colloquial]
por sistemasystematically{adv} [idiomatic]
por sí mismoon one's own{adv}
por sí soloon one's own{adv}
por suerteluckily{adv}
por supuestocertainly (affirmative answer){adv}
por supuestofor sure{adv}
por supuestoof course{adv}
portaavionesaircraft carrier{m}
portabilidadportability (often of computer software){f}
portadamain page (of a website){f}
portadaportal{f}
portadorcarrier{m}
portadorafeminine form of portador{f}
portafolioA portfolio, a case for carrying papers{m}
portafoliosa portfolio, a case for carrying papers{m}
portalportal; porch{m}
portaminasmechanical pencil{m}
portamonedaspurse, coin purse{m}
por tantoconsequently{adv}
por tantotherefore{adv}
por tantothus (in this way or manner){adv}
portaobjetosslide (of microscope){m}
portapapelesclipboard{m}
portarTo bear; to carry{v}
portatrajessuit bag{m}
portavozmegaphone{m}
portavozspokesperson{m}
portazodoor slam{m}
portecarriage, carrying{m}
portentosamenteprodigiously{adv}
portentosoprodigious, wonderful, marvelous, portentous{adj}
porteñoNative to or inhabiting a port town{adj}
porteñoNative to or inhabiting the port town of Buenos Aires{adj}
porteñoA person native to or inhabiting the port town of Buenos Aires{m}
porteríalobby of a hotel{f}
porteríareception desk{f}
porteríagoal (structure){f} [sports]
porterogatekeeper{m}
porteroporter{m}
porterogoalkeeper{m} [sports]
portónportal{m}
portátilportable{adj}
portátilnotebook (computer){m}
portuensefrom or pertaining to a port city{adj}
PortugalPortugal{prop}
portuguésPortuguese (from or native to Portugal){adj}
portuguésPortuguese (pertaining to Portugal){adj}
portuguésPortuguese (language){prop}
por un ladoon the one hand{adv}
por un tuboin waves (in a large quantity){adv} [colloquial]
porvenirfuture, prospects, potential{m}
posafter, behind{prep} [archaic]
posadahotel{f} [antiquated]
posarto pose{v}
posavasoscoaster (used to prevent drinking vessels from leaving marks on a table){m} [cup-surface barrier]
posdatapost scriptum{m}
poseídopossessed (controlled by evil spirits){adj}
poseedorowning{adj}
poseedorowner{m}
poseerto sexually penetrate{v} [figuratively, educated]
poseerto possess, to own, to hold, to have{v}
posesiónpossession{f}
posesivopossessive{adj}
posesorpossessor{m}
posibilidadpossibility{f}
posibilitarto make possible{v}
posiblepossible{adj}
posiblementepossibly{adv}
posiciónposition{f}
posicionarto position{v}
positivamentepositively{adv}
positivopositive{adj}
positrónpositron{m}
positrónicopositronic{adj}
positroniopositronium{m}
posmodernismopostmodernism{m}
posodregs, grounds (sediments of a drink){m}
posponerto postpone{v}
post-post-{prefix}
postareally, truth{interj}
postalpostal{adj}
postalpostcard{f}
postcoitalpostcoital{adj}
postepost (of wood){m}
postergarto postpone{vt}
posteridadposterity{f}
posteriorposterior, later{adj}
posterioridadposteriority{f}
posteriormenteafterwards, later{adv}
postestructuralismopoststructuralism{m} [philosophy]
postillapostil, marginal note{f}
postillascab{f}
postillososcabbed{adj}
postimpresionismopostimpressionism{m} [arts]
postizofalse, artificial{adj}
postizoswitch (whip){m}
postorbidder{m}
postracióndepression{f}
postraciónprostration{f}
postrarto debilitate{v}
postredessert; sweet{m}
postreramenteultimately, lastly{adv}
postrerolast; final{adj}
postulantecandidate{m}
postularto apply, for example to a job. Se postuló para un trabajo - He applied for a job{v}
postularto nominate{v}
postularto postulate{v}
posturaposition{f}
posturaposture, attitude{f}
posventaafter-sales{adj}
potabilizaciónpurification (often, of water){f}
potabilizarto make something drinkable{v}
potablepotable{adj}
potajea broth or beverage containing a mélange of ingredients{m}
potajebroth, stew{m}
potajefarrago, mishmash (a confused mixture of things){m}
potajedry legumes{m} [plural]
potarroEuropean flying squid (Todarodes sagittatus){m}
potasiopotassium{m}
potepot{m}
potestew{m}
potenciapowerlifting{f}
potenciapower, potency{f}
potencialpotential{adj}
potencialconditional tense{m}
potencialpotential{m}
potencialidadpotentiality{f}
potencialidadvirtuality{f}
potencialmentepotentially{adv}
potenciarto promote{v}
potentepowerful{adj}
potentementepotently{adv}
potentementepowerfully{adv}
potentisimomost powerful{adj}
potestadpower{f} [mathematics]
poéticamentepoetically{adv}
poéticopoetic{adj}
PotipharPotiphar{prop}
potobutt{m} [Chile, Guatemala]
potobuttocks{m} [Chile, Guatemala]
potosinoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí{adj}
potra(young) mare{f}
potreroenclosed pasture that is (overgrazed) common land{m}
potrerolong mesa on the flank of a mountain{m}
potreroranch or open range where horses are raised{m}
potrerowrangler (of horses){m}
potrocolt{m} [mammals]
potro(young) stallion{m} [mammals]
potrovault, vaulting horse{m} [sports]
potrorack{m} [torture]
potásicopotassium{adj}
POUMPartido Obrero de Unificación Marxista. An anti-Stalinist, revolutionary, communist party formed in Spain in 1935, which was active during the Spanish Civil War{initialism} [politics]
poyoA bench of stone or other material that is attached to a door{m}
pozas de mareatidepools{f}
pozowell; hole in the ground as a source of water or other fluids{m}
pozo atesianoartesian well{m}
pozoleA drink made from purple maize and sugar{m} [Honduras]
pozolepozole{m} [Mexico]
pozo termalhot spring; thermal spring{m} [usually plural]
PPido Popular{prop}
PPPPartido Popular Progresista{initialism}
PPSOEContraction from PSOE (Partido Socialista Obrero Español) and PP (Partido Popular) often used by critics to denote their similar positions{initialism}
péptidopeptide{m}
póquerpoker (card game){m}
practicantepractiser{mf}
practicarto exercise{vit}
practicarto practice{vt}
praderapasture{f}
pradomeadow{m}
PragaPrague (capital of the Czech Republic){prop}
pragmáticaA law emanating from a competent Spanish authority, but technically differing from a royal decree or command in the formalities of its publication{f} [legal, obsolete]
pragmáticopragmatic{adj}
páramowasteland, badlands{m}
praseodimiopraseodymium{m}
prócernational or cultural hero{m}
prácticapractice{f}
prácticamentepractically{adv}
prácticopractical{adj}
pérdidaleak{f}
pérdidaloss{f}
pródigolavish, prodigal{adj}
preñadopregnant{adj}
preñarmake pregnant{vt}
prebélicoantebellum{adj}
prebosteprovost{m}
precariopoor{adjm}
precauciónprecaution{f}
precautorioprecautionary{adj}
precaverto prevent{v}
precavidamentecautiously{adv}
precedenteprevious, preceding, foregoing{adj}
precedenteprecedent{m}
precederto precede{v}
preceptoprecept{m}
preciadoprecious{adj}
preciadovaluable{adj}
preciarseto have self-pride; to value oneself{v}
precintoprecinct{m}
precioprice{m}
precioworth; cost{m}
preciosidadpreciosity{f}
preciosidadpreciousness, prettiness{f}
preciosidadto be gorgeous, lovely, beautiful{f}
preciosistawriter pertaining to the French style called préciosité{mf}
preciosocute{adj}
preciosogorgeous{adj}
preciosoprecious{adj}
preciosurapreciosity{f}
preciosurapreciousness, prettiness{f}
precipicioabyss{m}
precipicioprecipice{m}
precipitaciónprecipitation (weather){f}
precipitadorash, precipitate (hasty, not careful or considered){adj}
precipitarto precipitate{v}
precisamenteprecisely{adv}
precisarto need{v}
precisarto state or specify{v}
precisiónprecision{f}
precisonecessary{adj}
precisoprecise{adj}
precocinarto precook{v}
precolombinopre-Columbian{adj}
precordillerafoothills{f}
precozearly{adj}
precozprecocious{adj}
precuelaprequel{f}
precursorprecursory, preceding{adj}
precursorprecursor{m}
predadorpredator (any animal or other organism that hunts and kills other organisms){m}
predecesorpredecessor{m}
predecesora(female) predecessor{f}
predeciblepredictable{adj}
predecirto predict{v}
predestinarto predestine{v}
predeterminarto predetermine{v}
predicadopredicate{m} [grammar]
predicadopredicate{m} [logic]
predicadorpreaching{adj}
predicadorpreacher{m}
predicarto preach{v}
predicciónprediction{f}
predilecciónpredilection{f}
predilectofavorite, preferred{adj}
predioplot of land{m}
predisponerto predispose{v}
predisponerto prejudice{v}
predisposiciónpredisposition{f}
predominarto predominate{v}
predominioascendancy; predominance{m}
preescolarpreschool{adj}
prefabricaciónprefabrication{f}
prefaciopreface{m}
prefectoprefect{m}
preferenciabias{f}
preferenciapreference{f}
preferiblepreferable{adj}
preferiblementepreferably{adv}
preferidofavorite{adj}
preferirto prefer{v}
prefijaciónprefixation{f}
prefijo[of an affix] prefixed{adj}
prefijoarea code{m}
prefijoprefix{m}
pregabalinapregabalin{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
pregónproclamation{m}
pregonarto proclaim{v}
pregonerodivulging{adj}
pregoneroproclaiming{adj}
pregoneroauctioneer{mf}
pregonerotown crier{m}
pregrabadoprerecorded{adj}
preguntaquestion{f}
preguntarto ask{v}
pregunta retóricarhetorical question{f}
preguntarseto wonder; to ask oneself{v}
preguntitadiminutive form of pregunta{f}
prehistoriaprehistory{f}
prehistóricoprehistoric{adj}
prejuicioprejudice{m}
preliminarpreliminary{adj}
prematuramenteprematurely{adv}
prematuropremature, early{adj}
premeditarto plan{v}
premenopáusicopremenopausal{adj}
premiarto award (give a prize){v}
premierpremier (head of government){mf}
premiopremium{m}
premioprize{m}
Premio NobelNobel Prize{m}
premoniciónpremonition{f}
premonitorforeshock{m}
premonitorpremonition, forewarning{m}
premáticaA law emanating from a competent Spanish authority, but technically differing from a royal decree or command in the formalities of its publication{f} [legal, obsolete]
prenatalprenatal{adj}
prendagarment (item of clothing){f}
prendapledge (security or collateral, (financial)){f}
prendajewel{f} [Venezuela]
prendarto charm{v}
prendedorbarrette{m}
prendedorbutton (a badge worn on clothes){m}
prenderto catch, to arrest{v}
prenderto light, to ignite{v}
prenderto turn on (light, machine etc.){v}
prenombrepraenomen{m}
prensapress (machine or exercise){f}
prensapress (print-based media){f}
prensa amarillathe gutter press{f}
prensapapaspotato press{m}
prensarto press{v}
preocupaciónworry{f}
preocupadoworried, concerned{adj}
preocupanteworrying{adj}
preocuparto, worry, concern{v}
preocuparseTo worry or get worried{v}
preparaciónpreparation{f}
preparadoprepared{adj}
preparadopreparation{m}
preparadorpreparer, one who prepares{m}
prepararto prepare{v}
prepararsereflexive form of preparar, to prepare oneself{vr}
preparativopreparative, preparatory{adj}
preparativospreparations, arrangements{mp}
preparatoriamentepreparatorily{adv}
preparatoriopreparatory, introductory{adj}
preponderanciapreponderance{f}
preposiciónpreposition{f}
prepotenteoverbearing, arrogant{adj}
prepucioprepuce, foreskin{m} [anatomy]
prerrogativaprerogative{f}
prespress (exercise){m}
presacapture{f}
presafeminine form of preso, female prisoner{f}
presapiece of meat{f}
presaportion or piece of food{f}
presareservoir dam{f}
presasluice (artificial passage of water){f}
presastolen good{f}
presaweir{f}
presa de hieloice dam{f}
presagiarto presage{v}
presagiopremonition sign{m}
presbiacusiapresbycusis{f} [pathology]
presbiciapresbyopia{f} [medicine]
presbiteradopresbyterate{m}
presbiteralpresbyteral{adj}
presbíteropresbyter{m}
prescindibleexpendable; dispensable{adj}
prescindirto do without{v}
prescribirto prescribe{v}
prescripciónprescription{f}
presenciaappearance, look{f}
presenciapresence{f}
presencialmentepresentially{adv}
presenciarto witness{v}
presentablepresentable{adj}
presentaciónpresentation{f}
presentadorhost, hostess, master of ceremonies (for a performance etc.){m}
presentadorpresenter{m}
presentadora(Female) presenter{f}
presentarto present, to submit{v}
presentepresent{adj}
presentethis (formal){adj}
presente : present{m} [grammar]
presentepresent{m}
presente de subjuntivopresent subjunctive{m} [grammar]
presentimientopremonition{m}
presentimientopresentiment{m}
presentirto have a feeling, have an idea{v}
preservaciónpreservation{f}
preservadopreserved{adj}
preservarto preserve{v}
preservativamentepreservatively{adv}
preservativopreservative{adj}
preservativocondom{m}
preservativopreservative{m}
presidenciapresidency{f}
presidencialpresidential{adj}
presidenta(female) president{f}
presidentePresident{m}
presidiarioconvict{m}
presidirto preside{v}
presiónpressure{f}
presión atmosféricaatmospheric pressure{f}
presionarto pressure{v}
presionarto push, press{v}
presionarto urge{v}
presoimprisoned{adj}
presoprisoner{m}
prestadolent{adj}
prestamistamoneylender{mf}
prestanciaexcellence, distinction, superiority{f}
prestarto give, pay (e.g., attention){vt}
prestarto lend{vt}
prestezaalacrity; promptness{f}
prestidigitaciónprestidigitation{f}
prestigioprestige{m}
prestigiosoprestigious, distinguished, famous, eminent{adj}
prestoquick, swift, prompt{adj}
prestoready, prepared{adj}
prestoimmediately, promptly{adv}
prestopresto{adv} [music]
prestoright away, at once{adv}
presumiblepresumable{adj}
presumiblementepresumably{adv}
presumidoarrogant, conceited{adj}
presumirto boast, show off{v}
presumirto presume{v}
presunciónpresumption{f}
presuntamentepresumably{adv}
presuntopresumed{adj}
presuponerto budget{v}
presuponerto presuppose{v}
presupuestarto budget{v}
presupuestariobudgetary{adj}
presupuestoestimated{adj}
presupuestobudget{m}
presupuestoestimate{m}
presupuestoreason, motive{m}
presurapersistence{f}
presuraspeed{f}
presuraworry{f}
presurazeal, enthusiasm{f}
pretenderto intend{v}
pretenderto pretend{v}
pretenderto woo, to court{v}
pretendienteaspiring{adj}
pretendienteapplicant{mf}
pretendientesuitor, wooer{mf}
pretensiónclaim{f}
pretermitirto pretermit{v}
preternaturalmentepreternaturally{adv}
pretextopretext{m}
pretéritoOf the preterite verb tense{adj} [grammar]
pretéritoOf things that have passed or occurred ongoing at some point in the past{adj}
pretéritoThe preterite tense{m} [grammar]
pretérito anteriorpast anterior tense{m} [grammar]
pretérito imperfectopast imperfect tense{m} [grammar]
pretérito indefinidoindefinite preterite tense (simple past){m} [grammar]
pretérito perfectopresent perfect tense{m} [grammar]
pretérito pluscuamperfectopluperfect tense{m} [grammar]
prevalecerto prevail{v}
prevenciónprevention{f}
prevenirto prevent{v}
preventivamentepreventively, preemptively{adv}
preventivopreventive, preemptive{adj}
preverto foresee{v}
previamentepreviously{adv}
previoprevious{adj}
previsiblepredictable; falling within normal expectations{adj}
previsiblementeprovisionally{adv}
previsiónprevision{f}
previstoexpected, predicted{adj}
PérezSpanish surname{prop}
pérfidoperfidious{adj}
prófugoa draft dodger{m}
prófugoa fugitive{m}
pérgolapergola, arbor{f}
PRIPartido Revolucionario Institucional{initialism}
priapismopriapism{m} [medicine]
prietablood sausage{f}
prietodark, swarthy. Used to describe both people and landscapes{adj}
primabonus{f}
primafeminine form of primo (female) cousin{f}
primarto give priority{v}
primarto predominate{v}
primariofirst{adj}
primarioprimary, main{adj}
primarioprimordial{adj}
primasaprimase{f} [enzyme]
primaveraspring, the season{f}
primaveralspring (attributive){adj}
primerafirst class{f}
primeralowest gear in an motor vehicle{f}
Primera Guerra MundialFirst World War; World War I{prop}
primeramentefirstly{adv}
primerizofirst timer, newbie{m}
primerochief; fundamental{adj}
primerofirst{adj}
primeroprime{adj}
primerofirst{adv}
primeroOne of the five bids in the card game of Primero, consisting of a combination of four cards in the hand{m}
primer planoforeground{m} [photography]
primerísimo planoclose-up{m} [photography]
primiciascoop (news reported before anyone else){f}
primitivafeminine form of primitivo{f}
primitivooriginal, initial, basic{adj}
primitivoprimitive{adj}
primitivoPrimitive man{m}
primofirst{adj}
primoprime{adj} [mathematics]
primocousin{m}
primoprime number{m} [mathematics]
primogénitofirstborn{adj}
primogénitofirstborn{m}
primordialprimordial{adj}
primorosoprime, excellent, ace (First in excellence, quality, or value){adj}
princesaprincess{f}
principadoprincipality{m}
principalessential{adj}
principalmain, most important{adj}
principalchief, boss{m}
principalmentemainly{adv}
principalmenteprincipally{adv}
principiantenovice (beginner){mf}
principiarto begin{v}
principiobeginning, start{m}
principiocause, origin{m}
principioprinciple{m}
principio activoactive ingredient{m}
pringápringá{f}
pringadodirty, filthy{adj}
pringadoinvolved{adj}
pringadostuck with{adj}
pringadowretch, victim (unfortunate person){m}
prionprion{m}
prioratopriorate{m}
prioratopriory{m}
prioridadpriority{f}
prioridadright of way{f} [road transport]
prioritariopriority{adj}
priorizarto prioritize (give something high priority){v}
prisahurry, rush, urgency{f}
prisiónprison{f}
prisionera(female) prisoner{f}
prisioneroprisoner{m}
prismaprism{m} [geometry]
prismatoideprismatoid{m} [geometry]
prismáticoprismatic{adj}
privacidadprivacy{f}
privacióndeprivation, privation, hardship{n} [also in the plural]
privadoprivate{adj}
privarto enjoy immensely (gustar-like){vi} [colloquial]
privarto be in vogue{vi}
privarto pass out, fall unconscious{vr} [Latin America]
privarto deprive{vt}
privarto prohibit{vt}
privarto refrain from doing something{vt}
privativamentesolely, privatively{adv}
privatizarto privatize{v}
privilegiadoprivileged{adj}
privilegiarto favor{v}
privilegioprivilege{m}
prójimaneighbor{f}
prójimoneighbour (a person living on adjacent or nearby land){m}
prólogoprelude{m}
prólogoprologue{m}
príncipefirst edition{adj}
príncipeprince{m}
príncipesovereign, ruler{m}
príncipe azulPrince Charming{m} [idiomatic]
príncipe de las tinieblasPrince of Darkness{m}
propro, in favor of, for{prep}
proabow, prow (front of a boat or ship){f}
probabilidadchance{f}
probabilidadlikelihood{f}
probabilidadprobability{f}
probableprobable, likely{adj}
probableprovable{adj}
probablementeprobably{adv}
probadoproven, tried{adj}
probadorfitting room{m}
probadortester{m}
probaduratasting, sampling{f}
probaduratrial{f}
probanzaproof, evidence{f}
probar(with clothes and similar) to see if it fits; to try on{vr}
probarto prove{v}
probarto taste{v}
probarto try{v}
probarsereflexive form of probar, to try on (clothing){vr}
probetatest tube{f}
problemaproblem{m}
problemillaA small problem{m}
problemitadiminutive form of problema, a small problem{m}
problemáticaGroup of problems of a certain science or topic. (Example: la problemática de las relaciones- the problems within relationships.){f}
problemáticoproblematic, troublesome{adj}
procazbold{adj}
procazshameless{adj}
procedentearriving, coming{adj}
procederto proceed{v}
procederto come from{v} [with preposition
procedimientomethod{m}
procedimientoprocedure{m}
procedimientoproceedings{m}
procesadoaccused{adj} [legal]
procesadoprocessed (of products, food, modified through manufacture){adj}
procesadorprocessor{m}
procesalprocedural{adj}
procesamientoprocessing{m}
procesarto process{v}
procesarto prosecute{v}
procesiónprocession (act of progressing or proceeding){f}
procesiónprocession (group of people or things moving along in an orderly manner, especially religeous){f}
procesolawsuit{m} [legal]
procesotrial{m} [legal]
procesoprocess{m}
procesorprocessor{m}
procioprotium{m} [isotopes]
proclamaciónproclamation{f}
proclamarto proclaim{v}
procliveinclined, prone{adj}
procrastinaciónprocrastination{f}
procrastinarto procrastinate{v}
procreaciónprocreation{f}
procrearto procreate{v}
proctólogoproctologist{m}
proctologíaproctology{f}
procuradorprocurator, attorney, agent{m}
procuraduríaprocuratorship{f}
procurarto endeavor{v}
procurarseto secure{v}
prodigioA prodigy; an especially gifted or talented person{m}
prodigiosamenteprodigiously{adv}
producciónproduction{f}
producidoproduced{adj}
producirto produce{v}
productividadproductivity{f}
productivofruitful, productive{adj}
productoproduct{m}
productorproducer{m}
proezaprowess (bravery or courage, especially in battle){f}
profanaciónprofanation{f}
profanarto profane{v}
profecíaforesight{f}
profecíaprophecy{f}
PROFECOProcuraduría Federal del Consumidor, a Mexican government consumer protection organisation{acronym}
proferirto proffer, propose{vt} [dated]
proferirto utter, let out (especially an insult, curse, sigh or exclamation){vt}
profesarto profess{v}
profesióncalling, life task{f}
profesiónprofession{f}
profesión más antigua del mundothe world's oldest profession{f} [euphemistic]
profesionalprofessional{adj}
profesionalprofessional{mf}
profesionalidadprofessionalism{f}
profesionalismoprofessionalism{m}
profesionalizarto professionalize{v}
profesionalmenteprofessionally{adv}
profesorteacher{m}
profesorafeminine form of profesor, (female) teacher{f}
profetaprophet{m}
profetisaprophetess{f}
profetizarto prophesy{v}
profibrinolisinaplasmin{f} [organic compound]
proféticamenteprophetically{adv}
proféticoprophetic{adj}
profundamenteprofoundly, deeply{adv}
profundidaddepth{f}
profundizarto deepen{v}
profundodeep{adj}
profundoprofound{adj}
profusiónprofusion, abundance{f}
progeniedescent, lineage{f}
progenitorprogenitor{m}
progesteronaprogesterone{f}
programaprogramme, program{m}
programaciónprogramme, guide, schedule (TV, radio etc.){f}
programaciónprogramming, setting (action){f}
programación orientada a objetosobject-oriented programming{f} [programming]
programadorprogrammer{m}
programarto program{v}
programarto schedule{v}
progresarto progress{v}
progresiónprogression{f}
progresistaliberal, progressive{adj} [politics]
progresistaliberal (person){mf} [politics]
progresivamenteprogressively{adv}
progresivoprogressive{adj}
progresoprogress{m}
prohibiciónprohibition{f}
prohibidoforbidden{adj}
prohibirto forbid, to prohibit, to enjoin{vt}
prohijarto adopt{vt}
prolactinaprolactin{f} [hormone]
prolapsodescent{m}
prolapsoprolapsus{m}
proletariaproletarian; feminine form of proletario{f}
proletarioproletarian{adj}
proletarioproletarian{m}
prolíficoprolific{adj}
proliferaciónproliferation{f}
proliferarto proliferate{v}
prolijidadprolixity{f}
prolijidadtediousness{f}
prolijoovercareful{adj}
prolijoprolix, tedious, particular{adj}
prolijotroublesome{adj}
prolinaproline{f} [amino acid]
prolongaciónprolongation{f}
prolongadolengthy{adj}
prolongadoprolonged{adj}
prolongarto prolong, drag out{v}
promediarto bisect{v}
promedioaverage{m}
promesapromise{f}
prometedorpromising{adj}
prometerto promise{v}
prometidafiancée (woman engaged to be married){f}
prometidopromised{adj}
prometidofiance (man engaged to be married){m}
prometiopromethium{m}
promielocitopromyelocyte{m} [cytology]
promielocíticopromyelocytic{adj}
prominenteprominent{adj}
prominentementeprominently{adv}
promiscuidadpromiscuity{f}
promiscuomixed, ambiguous{adj}
promiscuopromiscuous{adj}
promociónpromotion{f}
promocionarTo promote, publicise{v}
promotorpromoter{m}
promoverto promote{v}
promulgarto promulgate{v}
pronaospronaos{m}
pronombrea pronoun{m}
pronombre demostrativodemonstrative pronoun{n}
pronombre relativorelative pronoun{m} [grammar]
pronominalpronominal{adj}
pronosticarto forecast, prognosticate, foresee{v}
pronósticoforecast, prognosis{m}
prontoprompt{adj}
prontosoon; promptly{adv}
prontosuddenly{adv}
pronunciablepronounceable{adj}
pronunciaciónpronouncement{f}
pronunciaciónpronunciation{f}
pronunciadorpronouncer (something which pronounces){m} [often, figuratively]
pronunciamientoA military uprising or coup in Spain or the Spanish American republics, particularly in the 19th century, usually accompanied by a statement declaring the existing government null and void{m} [idiomatic]
pronunciamientoA pronouncement or "declaration"{m} [literally]
pronunciarto pronounce{v}
propagaciónpropagation{f}
propagandaadvertisement{f}
propagandapropaganda{f}
propagarto propagate{v}
propalarto reveal or divulge{v}
propanopropane{m} [organic compound]
propenderto incline{v}
propensiónpropensity{f}
propensoinclined, prone{adj}
propiciarto propitiate{v}
propiciopropitious{adj}
propiedadproperty, belongings, estate, ownership{f}
propiedadpropriety{f}
propietariafemale landlord{f}
propietariafemale owner{f}
propietarioowning{adj}
propietarioproprietary{adj}
propietariolandlord{m}
propietarioowner{m}
propilenglicolpropylene glycol{m} [organic compound]
propilenopropene{m} [organic compound]
propinatip (gratuity){f}
propinarto hit or strike{v}
propinopropyne, methylacetylene{m} [organic compound]
propioown (belonging to){adj}
propioproper{adj}
propionilpropionyl{m}
proplastidioproplastid{m} [cytology]
propóleospropolis (glue-like substance){m}
proponerto propose{v}
proporciónproportion{f}
proporciónratio{f}
proporcionadoproportionate{adj}
proporcionadosuitable{adj}
proporcionalproportional{adj}
proporcionarto adapt, adjust{v}
proporcionarto proportion, to set or render in proportion{v}
proporcionarto provide, supply{v}
proposiciónproposition{f}
propositivamenteProactively; with foresight{adv}
propriedadobsolete spelling of propiedad{f}
propósitopurpose{m}
propuestaproposal{f}
propulsarto propel{v}
propulsiónpropulsion{f}
propulsorpropulsive{adj}
propulsorpropellant{m}
propulsorpropeller{m}
propulsorpropulsion{m}
prorrogarto prolong, extend{v}
prorrumpirto burst into (tears, laughter, etc.){vi} [~ en]
prosaprose{f}
prosaicobland, mundane{adj}
prosaicoprosaic (of or relating to prose){adj}
proscribirto ban{v}
prosódicoprosodic{adj}
proseguirto continue{v}
prosodiaprosody{f} [linguistics, poetry]
prospectarto prospect{v}
prosperarto prosper{v}
prosperidadprosperity{f}
prostaciclinaprostacyclin{f} [organic compound]
prostaglandinaprostaglandin{f} [organic compound]
prostanoideprostanoid{m} [organic compound]
prostíbulobrothel{m}
prostituciónprostitution{f}
prostituirprostitute{v}
prostitutaprostitute{f}
prostáticoprostatic{adj}
prostéticoprosthetic{adj}
prosumidorprosumer{m} [jargon]
protastar (of a film, show etc.){m}
protactinioprotactinium{m}
protagonismoimportance, prominence{m}
protagonistaprotagonist, star{mf}
protagonizarto star in, to be the protagonist in{v}
proteasaprotease{f} [enzyme]
protecciónprotection{f}
protectorprotective{adj}
protectorA protector{m}
protectorafeminine form of protector{f}
protectrizfeminine form of protector{f}
protegerto protect, to defend{v}
protegidoprotected{adj}
proteicoprotein (attributive usage){adj}
proteinoplastoproteinoplast{m} [cytology]
proteínaprotein{f} [protein]
proteoglicanoproteoglycan{m} [protein]
proteomaproteome{m} [genetics]
protestaobjection{f} [legal]
protestaprotest{f}
protestanteprotestant{adj}
protestanteprotestant{mf}
protestarto protest{v}
protónproton{m}
proto-proto-{prefix}
protocoloconduct or etiquette rules{m}
protocoloprotocol{m}
protogermánicoProto-Germanic{prop}
protoindoeuropeoProto-Indo-European{adj}
protoindoeuropeoProto-Indo-European{prop}
protolenguaproto-language{f} [linguistics]
protoplasmaprotoplasm{m} [cytology]
protoplasmáticoof or pertaining to protoplasm{adj}
protosecuelaprequel{f}
prototipoprototype (all senses){m}
protozoarioprotozoan, protozoic{adj} [biology]
protozoarioprotozoan{m} [biology]
protozooprotozoan{m} [biology]
protrombinaprothrombin{f} [protein]
provechobenefit{m}
provechosoprofitable{adj}
proveedorprovider{m}
proveedorsupplier{m}
proveedorafeminine form of proveedor{f}
proveerto decide, to give a decision{v} [legal]
proveerto appoint{v}
proveerto bestow, to give, to grant{v}
proveerto decide, to resolve, to settle{v}
proveerto provide, to supply, to equip, to furnish{v}
proveerto stock{v}
proveniroriginate, arise (from){v}
proverbioproverb, saying{m}
providenciaprovidence{f}
providencialprovidential{adj}
provinciaprovince{f}
provincialprovincial{adj}
provinciasprovinces{fp}
provisiónprovision{f}
provisionalprovisional{adj}
provisorioprovisional{adj}
provocaciónprovocation{f}
provocadorcontentious (given to struggling with others){adj}
provocadorprovocative{adj}
provocadorprovoking{adj}
provocarto fancy, would like{vp} [Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela]
provocarto cause or provoke{v}
provocativoprovocative{adj}
proxenetapimp (prostitution solicitor){mf}
proxenetismoproxenetism{n}
proximidadproximity{f}
proyecciónplanning{f}
proyecciónprojection{f}
proyecciónslide, transparency{f}
proyeccióntoss, throw{f}
proyectarto project, to plan{v}
proyectarto shoot, to discharge{v}
proyectilprojectile{m}
proyectoproject, plan{m}
proyectorprojector{m}
párpadoeyelid{m} [anatomy]
púrpurablood{f} [in a poetic sense]
púrpurapurple dye murex (Murex brandaris){f} [mollusk]
púrpurathrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura{f} [pathology]
púrpurapurple (colour){f}
párrafoparagraph{m}
pírricoPyrrhic{adj}
párrocopriest{m}
prórrogaextension{f}
pársecparsec (parallax second){m}
prósperoprosperous{adj}
préstamoloan{m}
próstataprostate{f}
prótesisprosthesis{f}
pórticoporch{m}
pórticoportico{m}
pértigabar in the high jump{f}
prudenciacaution, care, prudence{f}
prudencialmenteprudentially{adv}
prudenteprudent, wise, judicious, discreet{adj}
prudentementeprudently, discreetly, judiciously{adv}
pruebaan examination, test or quiz{f}
pruebaa trial; an ordeal{f}
pruebaproof; evidence{f}
pruebitaA quiz, especially a short one{f}
prusiatocyanide, prussiate{m} [chemistry, rare]
próximamenteshortly, soon{adv}
próximonear{adj}
próximonext{adj}
pésamecondolence{m}
psamomapsammoma body{m} [medicine]
pseudocienciapseudoscience{f}
pseudocolinesterasabutyrylcholinesterase{f} [enzyme]
pseudoefedrinapseudoephedrine{f} [organic compound]
pseudogénpseudogene{m} [genetics]
psipsi; the Greek letter Ψ, ψ{f}
psicólogopsychologist{m}
psico-psycho-{prefix}
psicoanalizarto psychoanalyze{v}
psicoanalíticopsychoanalytic, psychoanalytical{adj}
psicoanálisispsychoanalysis{m}
psicodeliapsychedelia{f}
psicodélicopsychedelic{adj}
psicológicamentepsychologically{adv}
psicológicopsychological{adj}
psicologíapsychology{f}
psicopatíapsychopathy{f}
psicosapsicose{f} [carbohydrates]
psicosispsychosis, frenzy{f}
psicosomáticopsychosomatic{adj} [psychology]
psicoterapeutapsychotherapist{mf}
psicoterapiapsychotherapy{f}
psicoterapéuticopsychotherapeutic{adj}
psicópatapsycho killer{mf}
psicópatapsychopath{mf}
psicóticopsychotic{adj}
psilocibinapsilocybin{f} [organic compound]
psilocinapsilocin{f} [organic compound]
pésimosuperlative form of malo: very bad{adj}
psiquepsyche{f}
psiquiatrapsychiatrist{mf}
psiquiatríapsychiatry{f}
psiquiátricopsychiatric{adj}
psiquiátricopsychiatric hospital{m}
pósitoA storehouse where the grain collected by an such institution is kept, a granary{m}
pósitoGovernmental institution in charge of collecting and storing grain in order to distribute it in times of need{m}
PSOEido Socialista Obrero Español{prop}
psíquicopsychic, mental{adj}
pósterposter{m}
pústulapustule{f}
póstumoposthumous{adj}
pétalopetal{m}
pteridinapteridine{f} [organic compound]
pterodáctilopterodactyl{m}
pátinapatina (a colored coating as results from oxidation of bronze or copper){f}
pétreoof stone{adj}
pétreopetrous{adj}
pétreorocky{adj}
pétreostone{adj}
pétreostony{adj}
PUPuebla (Mexican state){abbr}
puñadoa handful{m}
puñadoa lot{m}
puajEw!{interj}
puajGross!{interj}
puñalOf a fight or dispute{adj}
puñalOf the fist. Fitting in one's hands{adj}
puñaldagger{m}
puñaladastab{f}
puñalitodiminutive form of puñal{m}
puñarto fight, attack{v} [archaic]
pubertadpuberty{f}
pubispubis{m} [anatomy]
publicaciónpublication{f}
publicarto publish{v}
publicidadadvertisement{f}
publicidadpublicity{f}
publicistapublicist{mf}
publicitarto publicize{v}
publicitariorelating to advertising{adj}
publicitarioadvertiser{m}
PUCPontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.{initialism}
puchaexpresses pity, disappointment, sympathy{interj} [Chile, colloquial]
pucherocooking pot{m}
pucherostew (soup){m}
puchitoA cigarette{m} [Argentina , slang]
puchitoA smaller, lesser person{m}
puchitoA buddy{m} [slang]
puctaprostitute{f} [slang, pejorative, emphatic]
PUDacronym of Partido Unificación Democrática{prop}
PudahuelPudahuel (the Chilean city){prop}
pudelaciónpuddling{f} [metallurgy]
pudientewealthy, rich{adj}
pudinpudding{m}
pudínpudding (sweet or salty){m}
pudormodesty{m}
pudorshame{m}
pudorosobashful{adj}
pudorosomodest, humble, chaste{adj}
pudridoputrid, rotten{adj}
pudrirto rot, decompose, waste away{vr}
pudrirto rot{vt}
PueblaA state of Mexico{prop}
pueblitodiminutive form of pueblo, a small village{m}
pueblopopulation, people, nation{m}
pueblothe common people, the working classes{m}
pueblotown, village{m}
pueblo fantasmaghost town{m}
pueblucho(small and unremarkable) village{m}
puede ayudarmecan you help me?{phrase} [formal]
puentebridge{m}
puentelong weekend{m}
puentismobungee jumping from a bridge{m}
puer aeternusinner child{n}
puercasow (female pig){f}
puercopig{m}
puercopork (the meat of a pig){m}
puercoespínporcupine{m}
puerilchildish, puerile{adj}
puerilfutile, trivial{adj}
puerilOf or pertaining to children or childhood{adj}
puerperiopuerperium{m}
puerroleek{m}
puertadoor{f}
puerta traseratailgates{f}
puertoport, harbour{m}
Puerto PríncipePort-au-Prince{prop}
Puerto RicoPuerto Rico. Full name: Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico{prop}
puertorriqueñoPuerto Rican{adj}
puertorriqueñoPuerto Rican{m}
Puerto StanleyPort Stanley{prop}
puesso, then, pues; in that case{conj}
puestaclutch (of eggs){f}
puestaplacement{f}
puestasunset{f}
puestatie, draw{f}
puesta del solsunset{f}
puestoput on (cloth){adj}
puestostanding{adj}
puestobecause, as, since{conj}
puestomarket stall, market stand{m}
puestoprofessional position, employment, job{m}
puñetazopunch with the fist; thump{m}
puñetepunch with the fist{m}
puñeterodifficult, tough{adj}
puñeterodamned, blasted, bloody{adj} [informal]
PUFFAQ{acronym}
pugilistapugilist, boxer{mf}
pugnacidadpugnacity, quarrelsomeness{f}
pugnarto struggle{v}
pujantebooming, growing{adj}
pujanzastrength, might{f}
pujarto bud{vi}
pujarto dither, vacillate{vi}
pujarto push{vi}
pujarto struggle{vi}
pujarto struggle for words{vi}
pujarto bid (at an auction){vt}
pulcrotidy, neat{adj}
pulgaflea{f}
pulgadainch{f}
pulgarthumb, big toe{m}
pulidorpolish{m}
pulidorpolisher{m}
pulimentopolish{m}
pulirto polish{v}
pullaa gibe; a burn; a dig{f}
pullaan obscenity{f}
pulmónlung{m}
pulmoníapneumonia{f}
pulmonarpulmonary{adj}
pulpooctopus{m}
pulquepulque{m}
pulquerafeminine form of pulquero{f}
pulqueríaAn establishment where pulque is sold{f} [Mexico]
pulqueroPertaining or relating to pulque{adj} [Mexico]
pulqueroA person who makes or sells pulque{m} [Mexico]
pulsadoA click{m} [computing]
pulsarclick{v}
pulsarpress (a button etc.){v}
pulsarpulsate{v}
pulserabracelet{f}
pulsimetropulsimeter{m} [medicine]
pulsimetropulsometer{m}
pulsoarm-wrestle{m}
pulsopulse{m}
pulularto teem{v}
pulverizadoratomizer{m}
pulverizadorspray{m}
pulverizarto pulverize, atomize{v}
pulverulentopulverulent{adj}
pumbang, pop, boom{interj}
pumacougar, mountain lion, puma (Puma concolor){f}
punThe sound of discharging a firearm{m} [onomatopoeia]
punThe sound of flatulence{m} [onomatopoeia, vulgar]
punaaltitude sickness{f} [Latin America]
punaCold mountain wind{f} [Latin America]
punapuna, Andean plateau{f} [Latin America]
punciónpiercing{f}
punciónprick{f}
punción lumbarlumbar puncture{f}
pundonorosamentepunctiliously{adv}
pundonorosopunctilious{adj}
pungavulgar, rascal, common person{adj} [slang, Chile]
punirto punish{v}
puntaend{f}
puntadastitch{f} [sewing]
punta del icebergtip of the iceberg{f}
puntajescore (record of points){m} [Latin America]
puntalmainstay, chief support{m}
puntalprop, support{m}
puntapiékick (with the foot){m}
puntarto add vowel markings, to Hebrew or Arabic script{v}
puntarto point, to mark with points{v}
punta rotasplit end{f}
puntearto dot, to engrave{v}
puntearto pluck{v}
puntearto stitch{v}
punteríaaim{f}
punteríaaiming{f}
punteríamarksmanship{f}
puntiagudosharp-pointed{adj}
puntillafinal blow, coup de grace{f}
puntillapuntilla, dagger{f}
puntillatiptoe{f}
puntillosopunctilious{adj}
puéntinga sort of bungee jumping{n}
puntothat's it!{interj}
puntodecimal, point (arithmetic symbol), period{m}
puntopoint (unit of measurement){m}
punto[punto de encuentro] point, location, place{m}
puntostitch{m}
punto ciegoblind spot (driving){m}
punto ciegoblind spot (place where the optic nerve attaches to the retina){m}
punto de condensacióndew point{m}
punto de ebulliciónboiling point{m}
punto de inflexióninflection (a change in curvature from concave to convex or from convex to concave){m}
punto de inflexiónturning point{m}
punto de rocíodew point{m}
punto fijofixed point{m} [mathematics]
punto GG-spot{m} [anatomy, sexuality]
puntos suspensivosellipsis (a mark used in printing to indicate an omission){mp}
punto y comasemicolon{m}
puntuaciónpunctuation{f}
puntuaciónscore (number of points){f}
puntualpunctual, on time{adj}
puntualidadpunctuality{f}
puntuarto punctuate{v}
puntuarto score or gain points{v}
punzadasting (injury){f}
punzadasting (pain){f}
punzarto sting, twinge{vi}
punzarto perforate, punch{vt}
punzónawl{m}
puñofist{m}
puñofistful, handful, bunch{m}
puñohandle{m}
puñowristband{m}
pupilapupil of the eye{f} [anatomy]
pupilafeminine form of pupilo, female pupil{f}
pupitreA student desk{m}
pupusaa stuffed tortilla{f} [Central America]
pupuseríarestaurant where pupusas are served or sold{n} [El Salvador]
purépuree{m}
purezapurity{f}
purgarto drain{v}
purgarto purge{v}
purgatoriopurgatory{m}
puridadpurity{f} [rare]
puridadsecretiveness, stealth{f}
purificaciónpurification{f}
Purificaciónfemale given name{prop}
purificarto purify, refine{v}
purinapurine{f} [organic compound]
puropure, clear{adj}
purocigar, puro{m}
pusilanimementepusillanimously{adv}
pusilanimidadpusillanimity{f}
pusilánimepusillanimous{adj}
pustulosopustular{adj}
putaProstitute{f} [pejorative, vulgar]
putañearTo attend a prostitute{v} [vulgar]
puta que te parióone's mother; your mother, yo momma{n} [Chile]
putativoputative{adj}
putearTo attend a prostitute{v} [vulgar]
putearTo bother{v} [vulgar]
putearTo insult or scold someone{v} [vulgar]
putearTo prostitute oneself{v} [vulgar]
puteríobrothel{m}
putohomosexual man{m} [vulgar, pejorative]
PutrePutre (the Chilean city){prop}
putrefacciónputrefaction{f}
putrefactorotten, putrid{adj}
putrescinaputrescine{f} [organic compound]
puzlepuzzle{m} [informal]
pívotcenter{mf} [basketball]
PythonPython programming language{prop}
Pza.abbreviation of plaza (place, square){prop}