Spanish words starting with S:

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Spanish wordmeaning in Englishfeatures
yes{interj} [colloquial, Chile]
yes, affirmation. Commonly used to respond affirmatively to a question{interj}
yes; aye, ay; approbation, acceptance{m}
Third person reflexive pronoun{pron}
sThe 20th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
-sUsed to form the regular plural of nouns which end in vowels{suffix}
S.San, santo{abbr}
S.Santa{abbr}
S.A.Sociedad Anónima (Incorporated (Inc.)) (Limited liability company (Ltd.)){abbr}
sañafurore, rage, brutality{f}
sabanasavanna{f}
sabandijapest; bug; small reptile{f}
sabádicosabbatical{adj}
sabedoraware, informed{adj}
sabelotodoknow-it-all{mf} [familiar]
saberknowledge{m}
saberto know (a fact){v}
saberto know how to do something{v}
saberto taste{v}
sabialearned person{f}
sabiawise person{f}
sabiamentewisely{adv}
sabidowell-known{adj}
sabiduríalearning; knowledge{f}
sabiduríawisdom{f}
sabiendasknowingly{adv}
sabinasandarac (Tetraclinis articulata Masters){f} [botany]
sabinasavin (Juniperus sect. Sabina){f} [botany]
sabiolearned{adj}
sabioprudent; wise{adj}
sabiolearned person{m}
sabiowise person{m}
sablesaber{m} [fencing]
sablesaber, cutlass{m}
sablearto scrounge{v}
saborflavor; taste{m}
saborearto relish{vt}
saborearto taste; to savour, savor{vt}
sabotajesabotage{m}
saboteadorsaboteur{m}
sabotearto sabotage{v}
sabrosoagreeable; pleasant{adj}
sabrosodelicious; tasty{adj}
sabáticosabbatical{m}
sabuesobloodhound{m}
sabuesodetective, sleuth{m} [colloquial]
Sabueso LituanoLithuanian Hound{propm}
sacabocadospunch (device used to create holes in materials){m}
sacabotasbootjack{m}
sacaclavospincer (for removing nails){m}
sacacorazonescorer{m}
sacacorchoscorkscrew{m}
sacamantecasbogeyman{m}
sacamuelastooth-puller{m}
sacapuntaspencil sharpener, sharpener{m}
sacarto obtain:{vr}
sacarto kick off{v} [soccer, football]
sacarto serve{v} [sports]
sacarto expel, to eject{vt}
sacarto get{vt}
sacarto make (as in a copy){vt}
sacarto put out{vt}
sacarto remove, to take out{vt}
sacarto rescue somebody from a trouble{vt}
sacarto send out or move out something or somebody from some place{vt}
sacarto stick out{vt}
sacarto take (as in a photograph){vt}
sacarto withdraw{vt}
sacarasasucrase{f} [enzyme]
sacar de quicioTo annoy; to drive crazy; to cause somebody to come unhinged. Literally "to remove from the (door) jamb"{v} [idiomatic]
sacar el quiteto avoid{v} [Latin America]
sacar el quiteto ignore{v} [Latin America]
sacarosasucrose{f} [carbohydrates]
SacatepéquezA department of Guatemala{prop}
sacerdociopriesthood{m}
sacerdotapriestly{adj}
sacerdotepriest{m}
sacerdotisapriestess{f}
saciarto satiate{v}
saciosated, satiated, full{adj}
sacobag{m}
sacojacket{m} [Latin American Spanish]
sacosack{m}
saúcoelder (tree){m}
sacramentalSacramental{m}
sacramentosacrament{m} [Christianity]
SacramentoSacramento, capital city of California{prop}
sacáricosaccharic{adj}
sacrificadorsacrificer{m}
sacrificadorafeminine form of sacrificador{f}
sacrificarto put down or euthanize an animal{v}
sacrificarto sacrifice{v}
sacrificialsacrificial{adj}
sacrificiosacrifice{m}
sacrificioslaughter{m}
sacrilegiosacrilege{m}
sacristíasacristy (room in a church){f}
sacristánsacristan{m}
sacristánsexton{m}
sacrílegosacrilegious{adj}
sacrosacral{adj}
sacrosacred{adj}
sacrosacrum{m} [anatomy]
sacudidodetermined, resolute{adj}
sacudirto nod (the head, to give a positive response){v}
sacudirto shake{v}
sacudirto shake off{v}
sacudirto shake (the head, to give a negative response){v}
S.A. de C.V.Abbreviation of Sociedad Anónima de Capital Variable{initialism}
saetaarrow{f}
saetadart{f}
SafoSappho{prop}
safraninasafranin{f} [organic compound]
safrolsafrole{m} [organic compound]
sagúarrowroot{m}
SAGSecretaria de Agricultura y Ganadería (Secretary of Agriculture and Livestock Raising){acronym}
sagasaga{f}
sagacidadsagacity; astuteness{f}
sagazacute; astute{adj}
sagazproficient at dragging (prey){adj} [canine]
sagazsagacious, prudent, visionary{adj}
sagazmarkedly clairvoyant{adj} [zoology]
sagazmentesagaciously{adv}
sagradoholy, sacred{adj}
sagrariotabernacle{m}
sahshah (king of Persia){m}
sahumerioincense{m}
sahumoalternative spelling of sahumerio{m}
saigasaiga{m}
SaigónSaigon{prop}
sajarto slice open{v}
sajónSaxon{adj}
SajoniaSaxony{prop}
sakesake, Japanese rice wine{m}
salsalt{f} [chemistry]
salsalt; table salt{f}
SaúlSaul, the king of Israel{prop} [biblical character]
Saúlmale given name of biblical origin{prop}
salalarge hall{f}
salaroom{f}
salacidadsalaciousness, salacity{f}
saladeroA room or building (often a the slaughterhouse itself) where meat is cured by drying and salting{m}
saladobrackish{adj}
saladoexpensive{adj} [Chile, colloquial]
saladosalted{adj}
saladosalty{adj}
salamandrasalamander{f} [mythology]
salamandrasalamander (a type of amphibian){f}
salamantinoFrom Salamanca{adj}
salamantinoSomeone from Salamanca{m}
salamisalami{m}
salara salt pan{m}
salarto salt{v}
salariosalary{m}
salazsalacious{adj}
SalazarSpanish surname{prop}
salbutamolsalbutamol{m} [pharmaceutical drug]
salchichahotdog{f}
salchichasausage{f}
salchichónthick sausage for slicing{m}
sal comúncommon salt; table salt{m}
saldarto settle{v}
sal de mesatable salt{m}
saldobalance{m}
saleok{interj} [Mexico]
salerosalt shaker{m}
salicilatosalicylate{m} [chemistry]
salicílicosalicylic{adj}
salidadeparture{f}
salidaexit{f}
salida de auxilioemergency exit{f}
salienteProjecting; protruding{adj}
salinasalt mine{f}
salinasalt pan, salt marsh, salt works{f}
salinassaltworks{fp}
SalinasSpanish surname{prop}
salinidadsalinity{f}
salinosaline{adj}
salirto appear, to look (on a painting, photo, movie, play, TV, platform, etc){v}
salirto go out{v}
salirTo go out (be in a relationship){v}
salirto leave{v}
salirto log out{v}
salirto result, to arise as a consequence{v}
salirto rise (the Sun){v}
salirTo turn out{v}
salir del cascaróncome out of one's shell{v} [idiomatic]
saliste de Guatemala y te metiste en GuatapeorYou went from bad to worse; out of the frying pan into the fire{proverb}
salitresaltpetre, nitre{m}
salivasaliva, spittle{f}
salivalsalivary{adj}
salivarto salivate{v}
salmantinoof Salamanca{adj}
salmantinoa native of Salamanca{m}
salmónsalmon{m}
salmónsalmon (color){m}
salmón del DanubioDanube salmon, huchen{m}
salmón zancadokelt{m}
salmopsalm{m}
salmodiapsalmody{f} [music]
salmodiarto sing or chant psalms{v}
salmorejoA Cordoban soup consisting of tomato and bread{m}
salmuerasalt water, brine{f}
salónliving room, sitting room, lounge{m}
Salón de ReinoKingdom Hall{prop}
salobrebrackish{adj} [of water]
salobresalty{adj}
SalomónSolomon{prop} [biblical character]
Salomónmale given name{prop}
salomonenseOf, from, or pertaining to the Solomon Islands{adj}
salomonenseSolomon Islander{mf}
salpicaderobacksplash{m}
salpicaderodashboard{m}
salpicarto splatter, splash{v}
salpicarto sprinkle, scatter{v}
salpicónchopped, seasoned meat or seafood{m}
salpicónsalad, fruit salad{m}
salpimientarTo season with salt and pepper{v}
salpresarto salt, to season or preserve with salt{vt}
salsaa type of sauce flavored with chili and tomatoes that is popular in Latin America{f}
salsasalsa (a type of dance){f}
salsasalsa (a type of music){f}
salsasauce{f}
salsa barbacoabarbecue sauce, BBQ sauce{f}
salseraA small bowl for serving salsa or other sauces{f}
salsosalty{adj} [rare]
saltabancoA quack, charlatan{m}
saltadorjumper, diver{m}
saltamontesgrasshopper{m}
saltarto jump{v}
saltarto skip (a meal){v}
saltarínjumping{adj}
saltearto pan fry{v}
saltearto skip (disregard, miss or omit part of a continuation (some item or stage)){v}
saltillenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican city of Saltillo{adj}
saltillosaltillo{m}
saltimbanquiacrobat, equilibrist{m}
saltimbanquiA quack, charlatan{m}
saltojump, leap{m}
saltoskip{m}
salto BASEBASE jumping{m}
salto con pértigapole vault{m} [athletics]
salto de aguawaterfall{m}
salto de alturahigh jump{m} [athletics]
salto de longitudlong jump{m} [athletics]
salto de potrovault{m} [gymnastics]
salto ecuestreshow jumping{m}
salto elásticobungee jumping{n}
saltosdiving{m}
saltosjumping jacks{m}
salto tripletriple jump{m} [athletics]
salubrehealthy, healthful, salubrious{adj}
salubridadhealthiness, health{f}
saludhealth{f}
saludsaid to somebody who has sneezed, bless you{interj}
saludthe usual toast when drinking alcohol, cheers{interj}
saludablehealthy{adj}
saludarto greet{v}
saludazosuperlative form of saludo; cheeser, rally, great, affectionate, or jovial greeting{m}
salud mentalmental health{f}
saludogreeting{m}
saludosalutation{m}
salvabarrosmudguard{m}
salvaciónsalvation{f}
salvadobran{m}
salvadorsaviour, savior{m}
Salvadormale given name, given in honor of Christ as the Savior ( Salvador){prop}
salvadoreñoSalvadoran{adj}
salvadoreñoSalvadoran{m}
salvaguardasafeguard{f}
salvaguardarto safeguard{v}
salvajesavage{adj}
salvajestupid{adj}
salvajewild{adj}
salvajesavage{mf}
salvajementewildly{adv}
salvamantelescoaster; mat{m}
salvapantallasscreensaver{m} [computing]
salvaplatosplacemat{m}
salvarto rescue{v}
salvarto save{v}
salvavidasemergency, live saving{adj}
salvavidaslife preserver{m}
salviasage{f}
salvosafe{adj}
salvoexcept, apart from{adv}
salvoconductosafe-conduct{m}
salzmimbreA willow that yields wicker suitable for basketry{m} [a, Aragon]
samariosamarium{m}
SamoaSamoa{prop}
samoanoSamoan{adj}
samoanoSamoan (person){m}
samoanoSamoan (language){prop}
sampisampi; the Greek letter Ϡ, ϡ{f}
SAMU(Servicio de Atencion Médica Urgente) Spanish emergency medical service{acronym}
Samuelmale given name{prop}
SamuelSamuel{prop}
samuráisamurai{m}
sansan; the Greek letter M, ϻ{f}
sanfinancial, temporal-savings scheme. The participants periodically contribute a quota to a communal pot that is given to one member, based on his/her turn amongst all the others{m} [Dominican Republic]
SanSaint (title){adj}
SanáSanaa (capital of Yemen){prop}
sanarto cure{v}
sanarto heal{v}
San CarlosPlaces named after Saint Charles{prop}
San CarlosThe name Saint Charles{prop}
Sanchomale given name{prop}
sanciónsanction{f}
sancionarto sanction{v}
sancocharto parboil{v}
sancochosancocho{m}
San Cristóbal y NievesSaint Kitts and Nevis{prop}
sancristobaleñoKittsian{adj}
sancristobaleñoKittsian{m}
sanctasanctórumsanctum sanctorum{m}
sandíawatermelon{f}
sandaliasandal{f}
sandeznonsense, rubbish{f} [Spain]
sandiarwatermelon plot, watermelon patch{m}
San DiegoPlaces named after Saint Diego{prop}
San DiegoThe name Saint Diego (Sant’ Iago, Saint James of Alcalá), sometimes also confused or connected with the Latin name Didacus{prop}
Sandrafemale given name.{prop}
saneamientocleaning up{m}
saneamientoCommercial, or financial restructuring, reorganization{m}
saneamientosanitation, drainage, sewer{m}
sanearto drain{v}
sanearto guarantee; to promise satisfaction{v}
sanearto make amends{v}
sanearto sanitize{v}
San FranciscoPlaces named after Saint Francis{prop}
San FranciscoThe name Saint Francis{prop}
sangríasangria; a type of wine punch with cubed pieces of fruit and fruit soda{f} [beverage]
sangríabloodletting{f} [medicine]
sangríaindentation{f} [typography]
sangrantebloody{adj}
sangrarbleed{v}
sangreblood{f}
sangre y carneflesh and blood{m}
sangrientamentebloodily, cruelly{adv}
sangrientobloody{adj}
sanguijuelaleech (animal){f}
sanguinariamentebloodthirstily{adv}
sanguinariobloodthirsty{adj}
sanguinolentobloody, bleeding{adj}
sanguinolentobloodshot{adj} [of eyes]
sangujaleech (animal){f}
sanguíneoakin (related by blood){adj}
sanguíneosanguineous (related to blood){adj}
sanidadhealth{f}
sanitariafeminine form of sanitario{f}
sanitariosanitary{adj}
sanitariosanitary worker{m}
sanitariotoilet{m}
sanjarto make cuts in flesh{v} [Spain]
San JoséPlaces named after Saint Joseph{prop}
San JoséThe name Saint Joseph{prop}
San JuanPlaces named after Saint John or Saint John the Baptist{prop}
San JuanSometimes short for the name San Juan Bautista, meaning Saint John the Baptist.{prop}
San JuanThe name Saint John{prop}
San Juan BautistaPlaces named after Saint John the Baptist{prop}
San Juan BautistaThe name Saint John the Baptist{prop}
San Luis PotosíA state of Mexico{prop}
San MarcosA department of Guatemala{prop}
sanmarinenseSammarinese{adj}
sanmarinenseSammarinese{mf}
San MarinoSan Marino{prop}
sanoearnest{adj}
sanohealthy, sound{adj}
sanopure{adj}
sanowhole, unbroken, sound{adj}
San PabloPaul the Apostle, Paul of Tarsus, Saint Paul{prop}
San PabloPope Paul I{prop}
San PabloSan Pablo (city or province in various countries){prop}
San PabloSão Paulo{prop}
San SebastiánSan Sebastián{prop}
Santa ClaraPlaces named after Saint Clare of Assisi, Italy{prop}
Santa ClaraThe name Saint Clare{prop}
Santa CruzHoly Cross; meaning the cross Jesus died on{prop}
Santa CruzPlaces named after the Holy Cross{prop}
Santa Fe de BogotáThe full name of Bogota, the capital of Colombia{prop}
Santa LucíaSaint Lucia{prop}
santalucenseSaint Lucian{adj}
santalucenseSaint Lucian{mf}
SantanaSpanish surname{prop}
santanderinoFrom Santander, Spain{adj}
santanderinoSomeone from Santander, Spain{m}
Santa RosaA department of Guatemala{prop}
santeríasantería{f}
Santimale given name, diminutive of Santiago{prop}
SantiagoJames{prop} [biblical character]
Santiagomale given name{prop}
SantiagoThe name of several cities in Chile, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Galicia (Spain), and several other Spanish-speaking countries{prop}
Santiago de ChileSantiago, capital city of Chile{prop}
santidadsanctity, holiness{f}
santificadosanctified, hallowed, made holy{adj}
santificarto sanctify, to hallow, to make holy{v}
santoholy, godly{adj}
santosaint{m}
Santo Domingo de GuzmánThe full name of Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic{prop}
santotomenseSão Toméan{adj}
santotomenseSão Toméan{mf}
Santo Tomé y PríncipeSão Tomé and Príncipe{prop}
santo y señawatchword, password{m} [military]
santuariosanctuary, shrine{m}
San Vicente y las GranadinasSaint Vincent and the Grenadines{prop}
sanvicentinoVincentian{adj}
sanvicentinoVincentian{m}
sapafeminine form of sapo; a female toad or peeper{f}
sapienciawisdom{f}
sapoinformer{m} [Chile, Peru, colloquial, pejorative]
sapovoyeur, peeper{m} [Chile, Peru, colloquial, pejorative]
sapotoad{m}
saponificablesaponifiable{adj}
saponificaciónsaponification{f}
saponificarto saponify{v}
saponinasaponin{f} [organic compound]
saqueexpulsion, extraction, act of put out{m}
saqueact of kick off{m} [soccer]
saqueservice{m} [sports]
saquearto plunder, to pillage{v}
saquearto sack{v}
saqueosack, plunder, pillage{m}
SaraSarah{prop} [biblical character]
Sarafemale given name{prop}
SaraiSarai{prop} [biblical character]
sarakofA type of hat, resembling a safari helmet, worn by officers during the Mexican civil war{m}
sarampiónmeasles{m}
sarcasmosarcasm{m}
sarcófagosarcophagus{m}
sarcófagosepulcher{m}
sarcoplasmasarcoplasm{m} [cytology]
sarcásticamentesarcastically{adv}
sarcásticosarcastic{adj}
sardinasardine{f}
sardónicamentesardonically{adv}
sardónicosardonic{adj}
sardoSardinian (relating to Sardinia){adj}
sardoSardinian{m}
sardoSardinian language{prop}
sargentosergeant{m}
sarisari{m}
SaritaA diminutive of the given name Sara{prop}
sarmentarto gather pruned vine-shoots{v}
sarmentosasarmentose{f} [carbohydrates]
sarnascabies{f}
sarriochamois (goat){m}
sarromildew{m} [botany]
sarrotartar{m} [dentistry]
sartalstring (items put on a string){m}
sartenazoA hit with a saucepan{m}
sarténfrying pan{f}
sartoriosartorial{adj}
sartoriosartorius{m} [anatomy]
sasafrássassafras{m}
sastrafeminine form of sastre{f}
sastretailor{mf}
sastreríatailor's (shop){f}
satanásdevil{m}
SatanásSatan (the Devil){prop}
satelitalrelated to satellites{adj}
satinarto make glossy{v}
satirizarto satirize, lampoon{v}
satisfacciónsatisfaction{f}
satisfacerto satisfy, fulfil / fulfill{v}
satisfactoriamentesatisfactorily{adv}
satisfactoriosatisfactory{adj}
satisfechosatisfied{adj}
satélitesatellite{m}
SatánSatan (the Devil){prop}
satoA dog that is of mixed breed, as used by island Puerto Ricans{m}
satíricamentesatirically{adv}
satíricosatirical{adj}
saturaciónsatiety{f}
saturaciónsaturation{f}
saturaciónweariness{f}
saturadosaturated{adj}
saturarTo saturate{v}
saturnalsaturnal{adj}
saturninopertaining to the planet Saturn{adj}
saturninosaturnine, melancholy{adj}
SaturnoSaturn{prop}
saucewillow{m}
saudíSaudi{adj}
saudíSaudi{mf}
sauditaSaudi{adj}
sauditaSaudi{mf}
SauloSaul, the original name of Apostle Paul{prop} [biblical character]
-saurio-saurus{suffix}
sauzalA grove of willows{m}
saviasap{f} [botany]
saxófonosaxophone{m}
saxofónsaxophone{m}
saxofonistasaxophonist{mf}
sayaa woman’s skirt{f} [archaic]
sayalsackcloth{m}
sayodoublet{m}
sayosmock{m}
sayonaraflip-flop, thong [Australia], jandal [New Zealand]{f} [Peru]
sazónflavor, seasoning{f}
sazónripeness{f}
sazónseason{f}
sazonarto season{v}
sábadosabbath{m}
sábadoSaturday{m}
sábadoThe letter S in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{m}
sábaloshad{m}
sábanasheet; bedsheet{f}
súbditafeminine form of súbdito{f}
súbditosubject{adj}
súbditosubject (citizen in a monarchy or person ruled over by another){m}
súbitamentesuddenly, all of a sudden{adv}
súbitosudden{adj}
súbitosuddenly{adv}
-scafeminine form of -sco{suffix}
sácatedo not dare!, do not even think it!{interj}
sácateforget it!{interj}
sácateget out!{interj}
súchilflower{m} [rare, dialectal, Mexico]
-scoForms adjectives that signify "relation" to the word stem{suffix}
-scopia-scopy{suffix}
-scopio-scope{suffix}
Sócratesmale given name equivalent to English Socrates{prop}
SócratesSocrates{prop}
SDabbreviation of sintagma determinante{initialism} [grammar, syntax]
sádicamentesadistically{adv}
sádicosadistic{adj}
sódicosodium{adj}
seThird person (also used for usted and ustedes) reflexive direct or indirect object; oneself, himself, herself, itself, yourself; each other; one another{pron}
seUsed instead of indirect object pronouns le and les before the direct object pronouns lo, la, los, or las{pron}
seUsed to form impersonal sentences{pron}
seUsed to form the passive voice in the third person (also used for usted and ustedes){pron}
señagesture{f}
señasign, indication{f}
seaborgioseaborgium{m}
señallandmark{f}
señalreminder{f}
señalrepresentation{f}
señalsign{f}
señalsignal{f}
señalamientoA description of someone that someone is looking for{m}
señalamientoThe use of traffic signs and signals{m}
señalarto show, indicate{v}
señalarto signal{v}
señalizaciónsignalling{f}
señalizaciónsignposting; the act of posting signs{f}
señalizaciónsigns, traffic signs{f}
señalizarto signpost, to install signs{v}
Sebastiánmale given name, cognate to English Sebastian{prop}
sebáceosebaceous{adj}
sebosebum{m}
sebotallow{m}
secadodesiccation, drying{m}
secadordryer{m}
secadorhair dryer{m}
secadoradryer{f}
secamanoshand dryer{m}
secantedrying{adj}
secantesecant{adj} [trigonometry]
secantesecant{f} [trigonometry]
secanteblotting paper{m}
secarto dry{v}
secarsereflexive form of secar To dry oneself{vr}
seccióndepartment{f}
secciónpiece, part{f}
secciónsection{f}
sección cónicaconic section{f}
sección transversalcross section{f}
seccionarto section{v}
secesiónsecession{f} [politics]
secodry{adj}
secoyaVariant of secuoya{f}
secreciónsecretion{f}
secretamentesecretly, clandestinely{adv}
secretarto secrete{v}
secretaríasecretariat{f}
secretariasecretary (female){f}
secretariosecretary{m}
secretinasecretin{f} [hormone]
secretosecret{adj}
secretoa secret{m}
secretosecrecy{m}
secreto a vocesAn open secret{m}
sectacult{f}
sectasect{f}
sectorbranch{m}
sectorsection{m}
sectorzone{m}
secuazsaid of a follower of someone else's opinion, opportunistic{adj} [pejorative]
secuazminion, henchman, stooge{mf} [pejorative]
secuelasequela{f} [medicine]
secuelasequel{f}
secuenciasequence{f}
secuencialsequential{adj}
secuencialserial{adj}
secuenciarto sequence{v}
secuestradokidnapped{adj}
secuestradorkidnapper, hijacker{m}
secuestradorafeminine form of secuestrador{f}
secuestrarto kidnap{v}
secuestrokidnapping{m}
secundarto second{v}
secundariasecondary school, high school{f}
secundariamentesecondarily{adv}
secundariosecondary{adj}
secuoyasequoia{f}
securinasecurin{f} [protein]
sedthirst{f}
sedasilk{f}
sedathin string{f}
SEDASecretaría de Estado en el Despacho del Ambiente{acronym}
sedalthin line, string{m}
sedantesedative{adj}
sedarto sedate{v}
sedevenue{f} [event]
sedeseat, headquarters{f}
sedesee (diocese){f}
sedentariamentedomestically{adv}
sedentariamentesedentarily{adv}
sediciónsedition, mutiny{f}
sediciosamenteseditiously, mutinously, factiously{adv}
sediciososeditious, factious, mutinous{adj}
sedientothirsty{adj}
sedimentablesedimentable{adj}
sedimentosediment{m}
sedoheptulosasedoheptulose{f} [carbohydrates]
seducciónseduction{f}
seducirto seduce{v}
seductorseductive{adj}
seductorseducer{m}
seductorafeminine form of seductor{f}
segarto harvest{v}
segarto mow{v}
segarto reap{v}
seglarlay, secular{adj}
segmentosegment, section{m}
segúnaccording to{prep}
segúnas, just as, the same way{prep}
segúndepending on{prep}
segovianoSegovian{adj}
segovianoSegovian{m}
segregarto secrete{v}
segregarto segregate{v}
seguidillaa lively, triple-time, Spanish tune and dance{f}
seguidoconsecutive{adj}
seguidorfollower{m}
seguidorafeminine form of seguidor{f}
seguimientomonitoring{m}
seguirto continue; to go on; to keep on, can be combined with a present participle (-ndo form) to indicate that someone or something continues doing something{v}
seguirto follow{v}
segundobsolete spelling of según{prep}
Segunda Guerra MundialSecond World War; World War II{prop}
segunda intenciónulterior motive{f}
segunda intenciónduplicity, falsehood{f} [uncountable]
segundariamentesecondarily{adv}
segundariosecondary{adj}
segundosecond (after the first){adj}
segundoA second (time){m}
Segundomale given name{prop}
seguramenteprobably, perhaps{adv}
seguramentesurely, certainly{adv}
seguridadsafety{f}
seguridadsecurity{f}
seguridadself-confidence{f}
segurinasecurin{f} [protein]
segurocertain (correct){adj}
segurocertain (firm){adj}
segurosecure, safe (free from danger){adj}
seguroself-confident{adj}
seguroinsurance (business){m}
se habla español"we speak Spanish"{phrase}
se habla inglés"we speak English"{phrase}
seissix{cardinal num} [cardinal]
seiscientasfeminine form of seiscientos{num}
seiscientossix hundred{num}
SeúlSeoul (capital of South Korea){prop}
SelaSistema Económico Latinoamericano{abbr}
selecciónchoice{f}
selecciónselection{f}
seleccionadoselected{adj}
seleccionadorselector{m}
seleccionadormanager, coach{m} [sport]
seleccionarto select{v}
selectividadselectivity{f}
selectivoselective, choosy{adj}
selectoselect, exquisite{adj}
Selenafemale given name{prop}
selenioselenium{m}
selenitaselenite{f}
seleniuroselenide{m}
selenocisteínaselenocysteine{f} [amino acid]
selladosealed{adj}
sellarto seal{v}
sellarto stamp{v}
sellopostage stamp{m}
selloseal{m}
sellostamp (device for stamping designs){m}
sellostamp (imprint made by stamping){m}
sello postalpostage, postage stamp{m}
selvaforest{f}
SemShem (son of Noah){prop}
semanaweek (7 days){f}
semanalweekly{adj}
semanalmenteweekly{adv}
semanarioweekly{adj} [rare]
semanarioallowance (money given to a child){m} [Nicaragua]
semanarioweekly (newspaper or periodical issued every week){m}
Semana SantaHoly Week, Easter{prop}
semblantecountenance; appearance{m}
sembradorseeding{adj}
sembradorseeder{m}
sembradorseeding machine{m}
sembraduratillage, land which has been sown or seeded{f} [obsolete]
sembradurasowing, seeding{f}
sembrarto plant (place a seed or plant in soil or other substrate in order that it may live and grow){v}
sembrarto seed{v}
semejantesimilar{adj}
semejantesuch{adj}
semejantewhat a + noun{adj}
semejanzasimilarity{f}
semejarto resemble{v}
semensemen, sperm{m}
sementalbreeding{adj}
sementalseeding{adj}
sementaljack, jackass{m}
sementalstud, stud stallion{m}
semestresemester{m}
semáforosemaphore{m}
semáforotraffic light{m}
semicircularsemicircular{adj}
semiconductorsemiconductor{m} [physics]
semicírculosemicircle{m}
semifinalsemifinal{adj}
semileptónicosemileptonic{adj}
semillaseed (of a plant){f}
semiólogafeminine form of semiólogo{f}
semiólogosemiologist, semiotician{m}
seminarioseminar{m}
seminiferoseminiferous{adj}
semiológicosemiological{adj}
semiologíasemiology, semiotics{f}
semiáridosemiarid{adj}
semiruralsemirural{adj}
semissemis{m}
semisintéticosemisynthetic{adj}
semitaSemitic{adj}
semitaa kind of biscuit{mf} [Bolivia, Ecuador, feminine only]
semitaSemite{mf}
semiterrestresemiterrestrial{adj}
semióticasemiotics{f}
semióticosemiotic{adj}
semitonosemitone{m} [music]
semitransparentesemitransparent; almost transparent{adj}
semánticasemantics{f}
semánticosemantic{adj}
sempasúchilVariant of cempasúchil{m} [Mexico]
sempiternosempiternal{adj}
senA symbol of the trigonometric function sine{symbol} [mathematics]
SenaSeine (French river){prop}
senadosenate{m}
senadorsenator{m}
senadorafemale senator{f}
sencillamentein a simple manner{adv}
sencillezsimplicity{f}
sencilloplain{adj}
sencillosimple{adj}
sencillosingle{m} [music]
sendafootpath{f}
senderismotrekking, hiking, or fellwalking{m}
senderopath{m}
senderotrail{m}
senectudold age{f}
SenegalSenegal{prop}
senegalésSenegalese{adj}
senegalésSenegalese{m}
senescalseneschal (chief mayordomo of the royal court){m}
senescalíaseneschalship{f}
senilsenile{adj}
senosinus{m} [anatomy]
senobreast{m}
senosine{m} [mathematics]
senosound (inlet){m}
seno versoversed sine{m} [trigonometry]
sensaciónsensation{f}
sensacionalsensational{adj}
sensatezsense, sensibility{f}
sensatosensible{adj}
sensibilidadsensibility{f}
sensibilidadsensitivity{f}
sensibilizarto sensitize{v}
sensiblesensitive{adj}
sensiblementepainfully{adv}
sensiblementeperceptively{adv}
sensibleríasentimentality{f}
sensitivamimosa (sensitive plant) - Mimosa pudica{f}
sensitivosensitive{adj}
sensitivosentient{adj}
sensorsensor{m}
sensorialsensorial{adj}
sensoriosensory{adj}
sensoriosensorium{m}
sensualsensual{adj}
sensualsensualist{mf}
sensualidadsensuality{f}
sensualismosensualism{m}
sensualmentesensually{adv}
sentadasitting{f}
sentaderoseat{m}
sentadillasquat{f} [weighlifting]
sentadosensible, solid{adj} [figuratively]
sentadosettled, established{adj} [figuratively]
sentadoseated{adj}
sentamientosettling{m}
sentarto assert{v}
sentarto report{v}
sentarto seat{v}
sentarto settle down{v}
sentarto set, to establish{v}
sentarto set well{v}
sentarto suit, to fit{v}
sentarseto sit, to sit down{vr}
sentarseto leave a mark on (the skin){v}
sentenciasentence{f} [legal]
sentenciasentence{f}
sentenciadorsentencing, giving a sentence{adj}
sentenciadorsentencer, one who sentences{m}
sentenciarto sentence{v}
sentenciarto voice an opinion{v}
sentenciososententious{adj}
senticarthicket{m}
sentidodeeply felt, heartfelt{adj}
sentidodirection{m}
sentidofeeling{m}
sentidomeaning{m}
sentidosense{m}
sentimentalsentimental{adj}
sentimentalmentesentimentally{adv}
sentimientofeeling{m}
sentirto feel{vr}
sentirto feel{vt}
sentirto hear{vt}
sentirto regret, to feel/be sorry{vt}
sentirse(reflexive form of sentir) to feel (an emotion/state of being){vr}
senzontealternative form of cenzontle{m} [Honduras]
señorgentleman{m}
señormaster{m}
señormister (title conferred on an adult male){m}
seoralternative form of señor{m}
SeñorLord, Mister, Mr{m}
SeñorThe Lord{prop} [religion]
señoralady{f}
señorawife or spouse{f}
señoríaauthority{f}
señoríadominion{f}
señoríagentlemen{f}
señoríahonor{f}
señoríalordship (title applied to a lord or judge){f}
señoríaprayer{f}
señoríaworship{f}
seorafeminine form of seor{f}
SeñoraLady, Mrs{f}
señoriallordly, stately noble{adj}
señorialmanorial, seignorial{adj}
señoritaMiss (used as a title){f}
señoritayoung woman{f}
SeñoritaMiss (used as a title, although the professional title for women is Señora){prop}
señoritomaster{m} [colloquial]
señoritosnob{m} [colloquial]
separaciónseparation{f}
separadamenteseparately{adv}
separadoseparated{adj}
separadorbookmark{m}
separadordivider{m}
separarto separate{v}
separarseto separate{vr}
separatistabreakaway, separatist{adj}
separatistaseparatist{mf}
sepia faraónpharaoh cuttlefish{f}
septentrionalnorthern{adj}
septetoseptet{m}
septiembreSeptember{m}
septingentésimoseven hundredth{adj}
SeptuagintaSeptuagint{prop}
septuagésimoseventieth{adj}
septuagésimoseventieth{m}
sepulcrosepulchre{m}
sepultarto bury{v}
sepulturaA hole made in the Earth to bury a corpse{f}
sepulturaA place where something is buried{f}
sepulturagrave{f}
sepulturaThe act or state of burial{f}
sepulturerogravedigger{m}
sepulturerosexton{m}
sequíadrought{f}
serA being, organism{m}
serNature, essence{m}
serValue, worth{m}
serto be (essentially or identified as){v}
serto be (in the passive voice sense){v}
serto exist; to occur{v}
Serafinafemale given name, cognate to the English Seraphina{prop}
serafínseraph (angel){m}
serape(Mexican) blanket{m}
Serbia y MontenegroSerbia and Montenegro{prop}
serbioSerbian{adj}
serenarto soothe{v}
serenataserenade{f}
serenidadserenity{f}
serenoserene, calm{adj}
Sergiomale given name{prop}
ser humanoHuman being{m}
seriamenteseriously{adv}
seriea series{f}
seriedadseriousness{f}
serigrafíaserigraphy, silk-screen printing, screen printing{f}
serigráficoOf or pertaining to serigraphy{adj}
serinaserine{f}
serioserious{adj}
seriotrue{adj}
sermónharangue{m}
sermónsermon{m}
sermonearto sermonize{v}
seroalbúminaseralbumin{f} [protein]
serotoninaserotonin{f} [organic compound]
serpentariosecretary (bird){m}
serpentarioserpentarium (reptile park){m}
serpentearto wind, meander{v}
serpentearto wriggle{v}
serpentónserpent (musical instrument){m}
serpientesnake, serpent{f}
serpiente de cascabelrattlesnake{n}
serpiente marinasea snake{f}
serpinaserpin{f} [protein]
serradorsawyer{m}
serranomountain, mountainous{adj}
serranoIberus gualterianus{m} [mollusc]
serranomountaineer{m}
serranosea bass{m}
serrarto saw{v}
serreríasawmill (a workshop for cutting lumber){f}
serrínsawdust{m}
serrucharto saw into pieces{v}
serruchohandsaw{m}
ser toda oídosto be all ears{v} [idiomatic]
seruendolate; late-ripening{adj} [rare, of fruit]
ser una tumbaTo keep a secret{v} [idiomatic]
servibleserviceable, usable{adj}
servicialattentive{adj}
servicialhelpful{adj}
servicialkind{adj}
servicioamenity{m}
serviciopublic toilet{m}
servicioservice{m}
servidorserver{m}
servidumbreservitude{f}
servilismoservility{m}
servilletanapkin{f}
servirto serve{v}
sesentasixty{cardinal num} [cardinal]
sesgoslanting, sloping{adj}
sesgoskew{m}
sesgoslant, slope{m}
sesiónsession{f}
sesionarto be in session{v}
seísmotremor, earthquake{m}
sesobrain{m}
sesobrainwork, brain power{m} [often in plural]
sesquiterpenosesquiterpene{m} [organic compound]
sesquiterpenoidesesquiterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
sesquiterpénicosesquiterpenoid{adj}
sesterterpenosesterterpene{m} [organic compound]
setamushroom{f}
setecientasfeminine form of setecientos{num}
setecientosseven hundred{num}
setentaseventy{cardinal num} [cardinal]
setofence{m}
setohedge{m}
seudónimoA pseudonym{m}
seudoefedrinapseudoephedrine{f} [organic compound]
seudogénpseudogene{m} [genetics]
seudopeptidoglicanopseudopeptidoglycan{m} [organic compound]
señuelolure, decoy{m}
señueloshill{m}
señuelostool pigeon{m}
severamenteseverely, strictly{adv}
severidadseverity{f}
severosevere{adj}
SevillaSeville{prop}
sevillanoSevillian{adj}
sevillanoSevillian{m}
sevillistaA fan, player, or other person associated with Sevilla FC, a football team from the Spanish town of Seville{mf} [football]
sexagésimosixtieth{adj}
sexagésimosixtieth{m}
sexcentésimosix hundredth{adj}
sexismosexism{m}
sexistasexist{adj}
sexistasexist{mf}
sexmeroThe elected official of a sexmo{m}
sexmoA Spanish rural administrative division{m}
sexogender{m}
sexosex organ{m}
sexosex (the act){m}
sexo analanal sex{m}
sexo gaygay sex{n}
sexo homosexualgay sex{n}
sexologíasexology{f}
sexo oraloral sex (stimulation of the genitals using the mouth){m}
sexo vaginalvaginal sex{m}
sex shopsex shop{m}
sextantesextant{m}
SextanteSextans (constellation){prop}
sextetosextet{m}
sextosixth{adj}
sextosixth{m}
sexualsexual{adj}
sexualidadsexuality{f}
sexualmentesexually{adv}
seychellenseSeychellois{adj}
seychellenseSeychellois{mf}
SeychellesSeychelles{prop}
sáficoSapphic (relating to the Greek poetess Sappho or her poetry){adj}
sífilissyphilis{f}
SófoclesSophocles{prop}
sóftbolsoftball{m}
SHCPSecretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público de México{initialism}
sheriffsheriff (all senses){m}
shiíShi'ite{adj}
shiíShi'ite{mf}
shiíShia{m}
shiitaShi'ite{adj}
shiitaShia{mf}
shiitaShi'ite{mf}
showAn exhibition motivated action or thing{m}
showA scandal{m} [informal]
showshow{m}
showspectacle{m}
siif{conj}
SISinaloa (Mexican state){abbr}
sialatosialate{m}
siamésSiamese (from Siam){adj}
siamésSiamese cat{m}
siamésSiamese (man from Siam){m}
sibaritasybarite{m}
siberianafeminine form of siberiano{adj}
siberianoSiberian{adj}
sibilA small recess carved into a cave wall to preserve meat and other provisions{m}
sibilA small underground hollow{m}
sibilasibyl{f}
sibilanciawheezing{n}
sibilantesibilant, hissing{adj}
sibilantea sibilant{f} [phonetics]
sibutraminasibutramine{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
sicariohitman (hired killer){m}
SiciliaSicily (island){prop}
sicilianoSicilian{adj}
sicilianoSicilian (language){m}
sicilianoSicilian (people){m}
sicólogafeminine form of sicólogo{f}
sicólogoalternative spelling of psicólogo{m}
sicómorosycamore{m}
sicoanálisisalternative spelling of psicoanálisis{m}
sicodeliaalternative spelling of psicodelia{f}
sicodélicoalternative spelling of psicodélico{adj}
sicológicamentepsychologically{adv}
sicológicoalternative spelling of psicológico{adj}
sicologíaalternative spelling of psicología{f}
sicopatíaalternative form of psicopatía{f}
sicosisalternative spelling of psicosis{f}
sicoterapiaalternative spelling of psicoterapia{f}
sicópataalternative spelling of psicópata{mf}
sicóticopsychotic{adj}
sideralsidereal{adj}
sideritasiderite{f}
siderúrgicoOf or pertaining to siderurgy{adj}
siderurgiasiderurgy{f}
sidracider{f}
sidra dulceA non-alcoholic apple drink bottled just after the apples have been squeezed{f}
sidreríacidery (place where cider is brewed){f}
sidreríapub or bar where cider is sold; a cider house{f}
sidrinadiminutive form of sidra{f}
siembraseeding{f}
siembrasowing time{f}
siembrasown seed{f}
siemprealways{adv}
siempre y cuandoin case, if{prep} [idiomatic]
siempre y cuandowhenever, as and when{prep} [idiomatic]
sientemple (part of the skull on the side of the forehead){f}
sienestemporal (temples of the head){fp} [anatomy]
sierpesprout, shoot, sucker{f} [botany]
sierpeugly person, angry person, dangerous person{f} [figuratively]
sierpewriggler, anything that wriggles{f} [figuratively]
sierpelarge serpent, snake{f}
sierrasnoek (Thyrsites atun){f} [Chile]
sierramountain range{f}
sierrasaw (tool){f}
sierra de vaivénjigsaw{f}
sierra eléctricaelectrical chainsaw (saw with a power driven chain){f}
Sierra LeonaSierra Leone{prop}
sierraleonésSierra Leonian{adj}
sierraleonésSierra Leonian{m}
siervoserf{m}
siestasiesta{f}
sieteseven{cardinal num} [cardinal]
siete pecados capitalesseven deadly sins - pecados de avaricia, envidia, gula, pereza, ira, lujuria, soberbia{mp}
sievertsievert{m}
sifilíticosyphilitic{adj}
sifónsiphon{m}
sigilosodiscreet{adj}
sigilososecretive{adj}
sigilososneaking, stealthy{adj}
siglaacronym (of any type: phonetic acronym or initialism){f}
siglainitial{f}
sigloa significant period of time; an age{m}
siglocentury{m}
siglos de siglosforever and ever (from the Latin phrase saecula saeculorum){adv}
sigmasigma; the Greek letter Σ, σ{f}
signarto sign{v}
significadoimportant, significant{adj}
significadowell-known{adj}
significadomeaning{m}
significadosignificance{m}
significanciasignificance{f}
significarto mean{v}
significarto signify{v}
significativamentesignificantly{adv}
significativosignificant{adj}
signosign{m}
signo de exclamaciónexclamation mark (either normal "!" or the inverted "¡"){m}
signo de interrogaciónquestion mark (either "¿" put at beginning of the question, or "?" put at the end of question){m}
signo zodiacalastrological sign{m}
siguientefollowing{adj}
siguientenext{adj}
siiiff{conj} [mathematics, rare]
sijSikh{adj}
sijSikh{mf}
silabarTo syllabify; to enunciate each syllable{v}
silabariosyllabary{m} [linguistics]
silabarioprimer (textbook){m}
silabearTo syllabify; to enunciate each syllable{v}
SilasSilas{prop} [biblical character]
silbadaA tweet{f} [avian]
silbarto whistle{vi}
silbatowhistle (instrument){m}
silbatowhistle (sound){m}
silábicosyllabic{adj}
silbidowhistling, whistle{m}
silbowhistle, whistling (sound){m}
silíceosiliceous{adj}
sildenafilosildenafil{m} [organic compound]
silenciadormuffler{m}
silenciarto silence{v}
silenciosilence{m}
silenciosamentesilently{adv}
silenciosoquiet{adj}
silenciososilent{adj}
siliciosilicon{m}
silicónsilicon, silicone{f}
siálicosialic{adj}
silicona(informal) silicon{f}
siliconasilicone{f}
sillachair{f}
sillasaddle{f}
silla de ruedaswheelchair{f}
silla eléctricaelectric chair (device used for execution by electrocution){f}
silleríaA store which sells chairs.{f}
sillínsaddle (of bicycle etc.){m}
sillónarmchair{m}
silosilo{m} [agriculture, military]
si lo sabré yodon't I know it; tell me about it{phrase}
silúricoSilurian{adj}
siluetasilhouette{f}
silurocatfish{m}
silvestrerustic{adj}
silvestreuncultivated{adj}
silvestrewild{adj}
Silviafemale given name, cognate to English Silvia{prop}
silviculturaforestation{f}
Silviomale given name, cognate to Silvius{prop}
simaabyss, chasm{f}
simbiosissymbiosis{f} [biology]
simbióticamentesymbiotically{adv}
simbióticosymbiotic{adj}
simbólicamentesymbolically{adv}
simbólicosymbolic{adj}
simbolizarto symbolize, stand for{v}
simbologíasymbology{f}
SimeónSimeon (Biblical character and tribe){prop}
simetríasymmetry (correspondence on either side of a dividing line, plane, center or axis){f}
simientegerm{f} [botany, biology]
simienteseed{f} [botany]
simientesemen{f}
simiente de papagayossafflower (Carthamus tinctorius){f} [botany]
similarsimilar{adj}
similaridadsimilarity{f}
similitudsimilarity, similitude{f}
simiosimian{m}
simónyes, affirmation. Commonly used to respond affirmatively to a question{interj} [colloquial, Mexico, Guatemala]
simónhackney cab{m}
simúnsimoom{m}
SimónSimon{prop} [biblical character]
Simónmale given name of biblical origin{prop}
simoníasimony{f} [chiefly, historical]
simpatíasympathy{f}
simpaticomiméticosympathomimetic{adj}
simpatizarto get on (with someone), take to (someone){v}
simpatizarto sympathize, be sympathetic{v}
simpleinsipid{adj}
simplemere, uncomplicated, easy{adj}
simplesimple{adj}
simplesingle{adj}
simplesimple{mf} [pharmacology, masculine]
simplesimpleton, fool{mf}
simplementesimply{adv}
simplicidadsimplicity{f}
simplificaciónsimplification{f}
simplificadosimplified{adj}
simplificarto simplify{v}
simplónnaive{adj} [colloquial]
simplónplain{adj} [colloquial]
simposiosymposium{m}
simpósiumVariant form of simposio{m}
simpáticonice, pleasant, likable{adj}
simétricamentesymmetrically{adv}
simétricosymmetrical{adj}
simulaciónsimulation{f}
simulacroidea, fantasy (an idea resulting from fantasy){m}
simulacroimage, simulacrum (especially of someone or something sacred){m}
simulacroimitation, simulation{m}
simuladorsimulated{adj}
simuladorsimulating{adj}
simuladormalingerer{m}
simuladorpretender{m}
simuladorsimulator{m}
simularto simulate{v}
simultanearto do two things at the same time{v}
simultaneidadsimultaneity{f}
simultáneamentesimultaneously{adv}
simultáneosimultaneous (at the same time){adj}
sin-syn-{prefix}
sinwithout{prep}
sinagogasynagogue{f}
SinaloaA state of Mexico{prop}
sinaloenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Sinaloa{adj}
sinapomorfiasynapomorphy{f}
sinapsissynapse{f} [anatomy]
sinécdoquesynecdoche, synecdochy{f} [rhetoric]
sinceramentesincerely, honestly{adv}
sinceridadhonesty, sincerity{f}
sincerosincere, honest{adj}
sincoparto syncopate{v}
sincronizaciónsynchronization{f}
sincronizadaA type of quesadilla, when is made with two tortillas (wheat or maize flour made), like a sandwich, and usually one or more ham slices inside{f}
sincronizadosynchronized{adj}
sincronizarto synchronize{v}
sin demoraimmediately, straight away, without delay{adv}
sindicalsyndical{adj}
sindicalmentesyndically{adv}
sindicatolabor union{m}
sindicatosyndicate{m}
sindicatotrade union{m}
sindonologíasindonology (study of the Shroud of Turin){f}
sin dudawithout a doubt{adv}
sinecurasinecure{f}
sin embargohowever, notwithstanding, nevertheless, in spite of, nonetheless{adv}
sinfínload; ton; lot{m}
sinfónicamentesymphonically{adv}
sinfónicosymphonic{adj}
sinfoníasymphony{f}
sinfonistasymphonist{mf}
sin formaformless{adj}
SingapurSingapore{prop}
singapurenseSingaporean{adj}
singapurenseSingaporean{mf}
singarto have sex{v} [Caribbean]
singarto scull a boat from the stern{v}
singularsingular{adj}
singularsingular{m}
singularidadsingularity{f}
singularmentesingularly, particularly{adv}
siniestraleft hand{f}
siniestroleft, left-hand (direction){adj}
siniestromalicious, evil{adj}
siniestrosinister{adj}
siniestrounhappy{adj}
siniestroaccident, catastrophe, disaster{m}
sinistrorsocounterclockwise, anticlockwise, widdershins{adj}
sinónimosynonymous{adj}
sinónimosynonym{m}
si noif not{prep}
si nootherwise{prep}
sinobut [after a negative clause] (i.e., "but rather", "but only", or "but rather only"){conj}
sinoexcept, apart from{conj}
sinoonly, solely{conj}
sinoChinese{m}
sinodestiny, fate, lot{m}
sinpathe act of not paying for something, especially in a restaurant{m} [colloquial]
sin quererinadvertently, unintentionally{adv}
sinrazóninjustice, misdeed{f}
sin remedioirredeemably, necessarily, obligatorily{adv}
sinsontealternative form of cenzontle{m} [Cuba, Honduras, Mexico]
sin tactowithout tact; tactlessly{adv}
sintagmaphrase, syntagma{m} [linguistics, syntax]
sintagma determinantedeterminer phrase{m} [grammar]
sintagma nominalnoun phrase{m} [grammar]
sintagma preposicionalprepositional phrase{m} [grammar]
sintagma verbalverb phrase{m} [grammar]
sintasasynthase{f} [enzyme]
sintaxissyntax{f}
sintácticosyntactic{adj}
sintetasasynthetase{f} [enzyme]
sintetizarto synthesize{v}
sintomáticosymptomatic{adj}
sintoníajingle{f}
sintoníasyntony{f}
sintoníatuning{f}
sintonizadortuner (TV or radio){m}
sintonizarto tune in (radio or TV){v}
sintoísmoShinto (religion){m}
sintoístaShintoist{adj}
sintoístaShintoist{mf}
sintéticamentesynthetically{adv}
sintéticosynthetic{adj}
sinuosidadwindiness, sinuosity{f}
sinuosowindy, winding{adj}
sinuplastiasinuplasty{f} [surgery]
sinvergüenzashamelessness{f} [Costa Rica]
sinvergüenzascoundrel{mf}
sinvergüenzuraan act of shamelessness or acted by a sinvergüenza{mf}
sinvergonzoneríaimpudence, shamelessness{f}
sionismoZionism{m}
sionistaZionist{mf}
siouxSioux{adj}
siouxSioux{mf}
siouxthe Sioux language{prop}
siquiatraalternative spelling of psiquiatra{mf}
siquiatríaalternative spelling of psiquiatría{f}
siquieraat least, at the least{adv}
siquiera(when used in the negative) even{adv}
siquieraif only{conj}
sirenamermaid{f}
sirenasiren (device){f}
SiriaSyria{prop}
siriómetrosiriometer{m}
sirioSyrian{adj}
sirioSyrian (A person from Syria or of Syrian descent){m}
SirioSirius (star){prop} [astronomy]
sirtuinasirtuin{f} [enzyme]
sirvientamaid, (female) servant{f}
sirvienteservant{mf}
sisarto filch, to steal in small quantities{v}
sisearto hiss{v}
siseosss, hiss{m}
sismógrafoseismograph, seismometer{m}
sismólogafeminine form of sismólogo{f}
sismólogoseismologist{m}
sismómetroseismograph, seismometer{m}
sismoearthquake{m}
sismológicoseismologic{adj}
sismologíaseismology{f}
sistemasystem{m}
sistema inmunitarioimmune system{m} [anatomy]
sistema nerviosonervous system{m}
sistema operativooperating system{m}
sistema planetarioplanetary system{m}
sistema solarsolar system{m} [astronomy]
sistematizarto systematize{v}
sistemáticasystematics{f}
sistemáticamentesystematically{adv}
sistemáticosystematic{adj}
sistólicosystolic{adj}
sistémicosystemic{adj}
sitiarto besiege{v}
siúticosnobby{adj} [Chile]
siúticoweird{adj} [Chile]
siúticoarriviste{m} [Chile]
siúticosnob{m} [Chile]
sitioplace{m}
sitio webweb site{m}
situaciónsituation{f}
situadolocated{adj}
situarto invest money{v}
situarto situate, to place, to put{v}
situarseto situate or place oneself{v}
sketchsketch (short comic work){m}
SLSaarland, a federal state of Germany{abbr}
SLSan Luis Potosí (Mexican state){abbr}
SLSouth Sumatra, a province of Indonesia{abbr}
sílabasyllable{f}
slapflip-flop, thong [Australia], jandal [New Zealand]{m} [Peru]
sílicesilica{m}
sólidosolid{adj}
sólidostrong, firm{adj}
sólidosolidus{m} [currency]
sólidosolid{m}
sólido arquimedianoArchimedean solid{m}
sólido de ArquímedesArchimedean solid{m}
slipbriefs, pants, men's underwear{m}
slipknickers, panties [less usual meaning]{m}
sólitoaccustomed, used to{adj}
sóloalternative spelling of solo{adv}
símbolosymbol{m}
símilsimilar{adj}
símilsimile{m}
smokingtuxedo, dinner jacket{m}
s/nabbreviation of sin nombre{abbr}
s/nabbreviation of sin número{abbr}
SNabbreviation of sintagma nominal{initialism} [grammar, syntax]
SánchezSpanish surname{prop}
síncopasyncope{f}
síncopesyncope{m} [pathology]
síncopesyncope{m} [phonetics]
síncronosynchronous{adj}
sándalosandalwood{m}
síndicoreceiver (person who acts as trustee for a bankrupt){m}
síndicosyndic{m}
síndromesyndrome{m}
síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquiridaacquired immune deficiency syndrome{m} [pathology]
sándwichsandwich{m}
sónicosonic{adj}
snocrosssnocross{m}
sínodosynod{m}
snowcrosssnocross{m}
sánscritoSanskrit{adj}
sánscritoSanskrit{prop}
síntesissynthesis{f}
síntomasymptom{m}
soso{interj} [United States, Puerto Rico, El Salvador]
sowoah!{interj}
so-sub-{prefix}
sounder{prep}
soyou (emphatic, derogatory){pron}
SOSonora (Mexican state){abbr}
soñadodream-{adj}
soñadordreaming{adj}
soñadordreamer{m}
soñarto dream{v}
sobacoarmpit{m} [anatomy]
sobarto fondle; feel up; grope{v}
sobarto hit or strike punishingly{v}
sobarto knead{v}
soberanafeminine form of soberano{f}
soberaníasovereignty{f}
soberanistasovereigntist{adj}
soberanosovereign{adj}
soberanosovereign{m}
soberbiaarrogance{f}
soberbiahaughtiness{f}
soberbioangry{adj}
soberbioarrogant{adj}
soberbiohaughty{adj}
sobornarto bribe{v}
sobornobribe{m}
sobornobribery{m}
sobra(plural) leftovers, leavings{f}
sobrarubbish, trash{f}
sobrasurplus, excess, extra{f}
sobrantesuperfluous, surplus{adj}
sobrarto be superfluous{v}
sobreenvelope{m}
sobre-over-{prefix}
sobreabout{prep}
sobreover, above, on, upon, atop{prep}
sobrealimentadooverfed{adj}
sobrealimentarto overfeed{v}
sobrecalentamientooverheating{m}
sobrecalentarto overheat{v}
sobrecamablanket{f}
sobrecamacoverlet, bedspread{f}
sobrecargaoverload{f}
sobrecargadooverloaded{adj}
sobrecargarto overload{v}
sobrecogedorImpressive; awesome{adj}
sobrecogedorShocking; horrific{adj}
sobrecogerto scare{v}
sobrecogerto surprise, to catch in the act{v}
sobrecubiertaDust jacket{f}
sobredichosaid before, said previously{adj}
sobredimensionarto overblow, to exaggerate the significance of{vt}
sobredosisoverdose{f}
sobreentenderto understand (something not implicitly stated){v}
sobreesdrújulaalternative form of sobresdrújula{f}
sobreesdrújuloalternative form of sobresdrújulo{adj}
sobreestimarto overestimate{v}
sobreexplotaroverexploit, overuse [especially a natural resource]{vt}
sobreexplotaroverwork{vt}
sobregirarto overdraw{v}
sobrehumanosuperhuman{adj}
sobrellenarto overfill{v}
sobrellevarto endure, to bear{vt}
sobremaneragreatly, exceedingly, highly{adv}
sobremordidaoverbite{f}
sobrenaturalsupernatural{adj}
sobrenombrenickname{m}
sobrentenderalternative form of sobreentender{v}
sobrepasarto surpass{v}
sobrepesooverweight{m}
sobreponerto superimpose{v}
sobreponersereflexive form of sobreponer, to defy something, to flout something{vr}
sobre ruedas(of a project or activity) well, smoothly{adv}
sobresalienteoutstanding{adj}
sobresalirto stick out, stand out{v}
sobresaltarto spook{v}
sobresaltojolt{m}
sobresaltoscare, fright{m}
sobresdrújulaA word with stress or an acute accent in any position before the antepenultimate syllable{f}
sobresdrújuloPertaining to a word with stress or an acute accent in any position before the antepenultimate syllable{adj}
sobreseerto dismiss a case or motion{vi} [legal]
sobreseerto stay, to prolong{vi}
sobreseimientonolle prosequi, dismissal{m} [legal]
sobrestimaroverestimate{v}
sobrestimaroverrate{v}
sobre todoEspecially{adv}
sobretodooveralls{m}
sobrevendirto oversell{v}
sobrevivientesurvivor{m}
sobrevivirto survive{v}
sobrevolarto fly over{vt}
sobriedadsobriety, temperance{f}
sobrinaniece{f}
sobrinonephew (niece for the feminine form){m}
sobriomoderate{adj}
sobriosober (not drunken){adj}
socarrarTo singe; burn{v}
socarrónmocking{adj}
socavarto burrow{v}
socavarto undermine{v}
sociabilidadsociability{f}
socialsocial{adj}
socialismo democráticodemocratic socialism{m}
socialistasocialist{adj}
socialistasocialist{mf}
socialmentesocially{adv}
sociedadassociation, partnership{f}
sociedadcompany, firm, corporation{f}
sociedadhigh society{f}
sociedadsociety, social order, community{f}
sociólogosociologist{m}
sociobuddy, mate{m} [colloquial]
sociomember{m}
sociopartner{m}
sociobiologíasociobiology{f}
sociolectosociolect{m}
sociológicamentesociologically{adv}
sociológicosociological{adj}
sociologíasociology{f}
sociopatíasociopathy{f}
sociópatasociopath{mf}
socorrerto assist, to help, to succor, to aid{v}
socorrerto pay on account{v}
socorrohelp!{interj}
socorrohelp, aid{m}
socráticamenteSocratically{adv}
socráticoSocratic{adj}
sodacheap, casual restaurant{f} [Costa Rica, Panama, rarely in United States]
sodasoda (soft drink){f}
sodiosodium{m}
sodomizarto sodomize{v}
sofásofa{m}
Sofíafemale given name, cognate to Sophia{prop}
SofíaSofia (the capital city of Bulgaria){prop}
sofismasophism{f}
sofisticaciónsophistication{f}
sofisticadosophisticated{adj}
sofitosoffit{m} [architecture]
sofocantestifling{adj}
sofocantesuffocating{adj}
sofocarto suffocate{v}
sofreírto fry lightly{v}
sofritoCooking condiment made out of fried ingredients, normally onion and garlic{m}
sofrologíasophrology{f}
softbolistasoftballer{mf}
sogaA sly or cunning person{f} [figuratively]
sogarope{f}
sogúnshogun{m}
sojasoya, soybean{f}
sojasoy (soy sauce){f}
sojuzgarto subjugate{v}
soldaylight (time between sunrise and sunset){m}
solsol (musical note){m}
solsun{m}
solsunlight{m}
solsunny side (of a place){m}
solamenteonly, alone, merely{adv}
solanasolarium{f}
solanastrong sunshine{f}
solanasunny balcony{f}
solanasun terrace{f}
solanasuntrap, sunny spot, sunny side, sunny place{f}
solapalapel{f}
solaparto cover up{v} [figuratively]
solaparto overlap{v}
solarsolar{adj}
solartenement house{m} [Cuba]
solarground, land{m}
solarhouse (of a family), noble lineage{m}
solarto pave{v}
solarto sole a shoe{v}
solarioVariant of solárium{m}
soldadosoldier{mf}
soldado rasoprivate{m} [military ranks]
soldadurasoldering{f}
soldadurawelding{f}
soldarto solder{v}
soldarto weld{v}
soleadosunny{adj}
solearto sunbathe{vr}
solearto sun, put in the sun{v}
soledadsolitude{f}
Soledadfemale given name{prop}
soledumbresolitude, loneliness{f} [obsolete]
solemnesolemn{adj}
solemnementesolemnly{adv}
solemnidadfestiveness{f}
solemnidadsolemnity{f}
solenoidesolenoid{m}
solerTo be accustomed to doing something. To do something on a regular basis. Usually followed with an infinitive, e.g. suele llegar tarde, "he usually arrives late"{v}
solicitanteapplicant{mf}
solicitarto attract{v} [physics]
solicitarto ask for, to solicit{v}
solicitarto request{v}
solicitudapplication{f}
solicitudsolicitation{f}
solicitudsurvey{f}
solidaridadsolidarity{f}
solidariosolidary{adj}
solidificaciónfreezing, solidification{f}
solidificarto solidify{v}
soliloquiosoliloquy{m}
solipsismosolipsism (theory){m}
solitariolonely{adj}
solitónsoliton{m} [physics, mathematics]
solitudsolitude{f}
sollozarto sob{v}
sollozosob{m}
soloalone, by oneself{adj}
sololonely, lonesome{adj}
solosole, only, unique, single{adj}
soloonly, solely, just{adv}
SololáA department of Guatemala{prop}
solomillosirloin (cut of beef){m}
soláriumsunroom, solarium{m}
solsticiosolstice{m}
soltarto let go{v}
soltarto let loose (release from restraint){v}
soltarto release{v}
soltarsereflexive form of soltar{vr}
solterabachelorette{f}
solterónconfirmed bachelor, old bachelor (older man uninterested in committed relationships){m} [pejorative]
solterosingle, unmarried{adj}
solterobachelor{m}
solterobachelorette{m}
solteronaspinster, old maid (A woman who has never been married, especially one past the normal marrying age according to social traditions){f} [pejorative]
solubilidadsolubility{f}
solublesoluble{adj}
soluciónsolution{f}
solucionarto solve; to implement a solution{v}
solventarto solve, settle{v}
solventesolvent{adj}
solverto solve{v} [obsolete]
somalíSomali{adj}
somalíSomali{mf}
SomaliaSomalia{prop}
somatologíasomatology{f}
somatostatinasomatostatin{f} [hormone]
somatotropinasomatotrophin{f} [hormone]
somatotroposomatotrophic{adj}
sombraghost{f}
sombrashade{f}
sombrashadow{f}
sombrearto shade{v}
sombrererahatbox{f}
sombrereríaa shop were hats are being sold{f}
sombrererohatter{m}
sombreritodiminutive form of sombrero{m}
sombrerohat{m}
sombrillaparasol{f}
sombrillasunshade{f}
sombríogloomy, dark{adj}
sombríoshady, umbrageous{adj}
someterto subdue, to quell, to conquer{v}
someterto subject to{v}
someterto submit, to put forward (an opinion){v}
someterto subordinate, to put under the control of{v}
sometidosubmissive, subordinate{adj}
somníferosoporific{adj}
somníferosoporific, sleeping pill{m}
somnolenciadrowsiness, sleepiness{m}
somnolientosleepy{adj}
somnolientosomniferous, soporific{adj}
somáticosomatic{adj}
sonA musical composition in this form{m}
sonAn Afro-Cuban musical form{m}
sonA pleasant sound, tone{m}
sonajarattle{f}
sonajerorattle (baby's toy){m}
sonambulismosomnambulism, sleepwalking{m}
sonarto ring a bell{v} [figuratively]
sonarto sound, to ring{v}
sonar la flautato fluke{v} [idiomatic]
sonarse la narizto blow one's nose{v}
sondaprobe{f}
sondarto sound{v}
sondearto sound (to test with a probe){v}
sondeosounding, probing{m}
sondeosurvey, poll{m}
sondeo a pie de urnaexit poll{m}
sonetosonnet{m}
Soniafemale given name, cognate to Sonya{prop}
sonidoA sound, noise{m}
sonidoA tone{m}
sonido de bipA beep (sound){m}
sonámbulosomnambulist, sleepwalker{m}
SonoraA state of Mexico{prop}
sonorenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Sonora{adj}
sonoridadsound{f}
sonororapturous{adj}
sonorosound, sonorous{adj}
sonreírto smile{v}
sonrientesmiling{adj}
sonrisasmile{f}
sonrizónsuperlative form of sonrisa; grin, cheeser{m}
sonrojarto cause to blush{v}
sonsacarto elicit, draw out (information){v}
soñolenciadrowsiness, sleepiness{m}
soñolientosleepy{adj}
soñolientosomniferous, soporific{adj}
sopasoup{f}
sopaipillasopaipilla{f}
sopandabrace, crossbeam{f}
sopandaspring{f} [New Mexico]
soparto make soup{v}
soperasoup tureen{f}
sopesarto evaluate{v}
sopladovery clean{adj}
soplagaitasbuffoon; idiot{m}
soplamocoshit in the face{m}
soplapollastwat; dick; dickhead (idiot){m} [vulgar]
soplarto blow{v}
soplarto inspire{v}
soplarto prompt{v}
soplarto tattle, to snitch{v}
soplarto whisper{v}
sopleteblowtorch{m}
sopletespray gun{m}
soplóninformer, tattler{m}
soploan exhalation{m}
soploa sigh, a puff{m}
sopordrowsiness{m}
soporíferosoporific{adj}
soportabletolerable, bearable{adj}
soportarto put up with, tolerate{v}
soportarto support a weight or load{v}
soportemount, mounting{m}
soportesupport, strut, pillar{m}
sopranosoprano (pitch){m}
sopranosoprano (singer){m}
sorsister{f} [religion]
soraboSorbian{adj}
soraboSorbian language{m}
sorbatosorbate{m} [organic compound]
sorberto swallow{v} [figuratively]
sorberto absorb, to suck in, to soak up{v}
sorberto sip, to suck{v}
sorbitolsorbitol{m} [organic compounds]
sorbosip{m}
SorbonaSorbonne{prop}
sorbosasorbose{f} [carbohydrates]
sorderadeafness{f}
sordidezsordidness{f}
sordodeaf{adj}
sordodull, muted{adj} [of a sound]
sordovoiceless{adj} [phonetics]
sordodeaf person{m}
sordomudodeaf and dumb; deaf-mute{adj}
sordomudodeaf-mute{m}
sorianoOf or pertaining to the province of Soria{adj}
sorianoNative or resident of Soria, a Spanish province{m}
sorosorus{m} [botany]
sorprendentesurprising{adj}
sorprendentementesurprisingly{adv}
sorprenderTo surprise{v}
sorprendidosurprised{adj}
sorpresasurprise{f}
sorpresitadiminutive form of sorpresa{f}
sortearto avoid, come around (an obstacle or a danger), get round{v}
sortearto raffle off, draw lots{v}
sorteolottery, raffle{m}
sortijaa Spanish guessing game{f}
sortijaring (round piece worn around the finger){f}
sortilegiomagical spell{m}
sortilegiosorcery, witchcraft{m}
sorvetedrinking straw{m} [Puerto Rico]
sosaglasswort{f} [plants]
sosasodium hydroxide, soda ash{f}
SosaSpanish surname{prop}
sosegarTo calm{v}
sosegarTo calm down{v}
sosiasdouble (a person resembling or standing for another){m}
sosiegocalm, peace, serenity{m}
soslayarto evade{v}
soslayoslanted{adj}
sosobland, tasteless (lacking taste){adj}
sosodull (nor exciting){adj}
sospechasuspicion{f}
sospecharto suspect{v}
sospechosuspicion{m}
sospechosafeminine form of sospechoso{f}
sospechososuspicious{adj}
sospechososuspect{m}
sostenerto hold, sustain{v}
sostenibilidadsustainability{f}
sosteniblesustainable{adj}
sostenidosharp{adj} [music]
sostenidosupported{adj}
sostenidosustainable{adj}
sostenidosustained{adj}
sosténbra, brassière{m}
sosténsupport, prop{m}
sosténsustenance, nourishment{m}
sotainsolent woman{f}
sotajack in a pack of cards{f}
sotanacassock{f}
soterrarto bury underground, inter{v}
SotoSpanish surname{prop}
sotolsotol (all senses){m} [chiefly, Mexico]
soviéticosoviet{adj}
soy inglesaI am English{phrase}
soy inglésI am English{phrase}
spanglishSpanglish{m}
súpersuperb, great{adj} [familiar]
súpersupermarket{m}
súplicaplea (appeal, petition, entreaty){f}
sportinguistaA supporter, player or coach of Real Sporting de Gijón{mf} [soccer]
séptimoseventh{adj}
séptimoseventh{m}
síquicoalternative spelling of psíquico{adj}
séquitoentourage, retinue{m}
SrMr{abbr}
SraMrs{abbr}
sórbicosorbic{adj}
sórdidogreedy{adj}
sórdidosordid, dirty{adj}
SresMessrs.{abbr}
Sri LankaSri Lanka{prop}
SrtaMiss{abbr}
sésamosesame (plant){m}
SS. HH.toilet or toilets{initialism}
sísmicoseismic{adj}
Sta.abbreviation of santa (saint){f}
StalingradoStalingrad{prop}
standardstandard{adj}
standingstatus, standing, class{m}
sótanocellar, basement{m}
sótanopit{m} [chiefly, Northern Mexico]
statu quostatus quo{m}
Stgo.Santiago de Chile{abbr}
sátirasatire{f}
sátirosatyr{m}
stripteasestriptease{m}
suapocopic form of suyo His, her, its, one's, their{adj} [before the noun]
suapocopic form of suyo Your{adj} [before the noun, formal]
suAbout, approximately{adv}
suaheliSwahili (language){m}
suahiliSwahili (language){m}
suajiliSwahili (language){m}
suavecool, acceptable, easy{adj}
suavesuave, soft, smooth{adj}
suavementesoftly{adv}
suavidadmildness{f}
suavidadsmoothness{f}
suavidadsoftness{f}
suavizantefabric softener{m}
suavizarto ease, to relieve{v}
suavizarto soften, smooth{v}
suaziSwazi{adj}
suaziSwazi{mf}
SuazilandiaSwaziland{prop}
sub-sub-{prefix}
subarrendarto sublease, sublet{v}
subastaauction{f}
subastadorauctioneer{m}
subastarto auction, auction off{v}
subatómicosubatomic{adj}
subcomitésubcommittee{m}
subconjuntosubgroup; subset{m} [mathematics]
subconscienciasubconscious{f}
subconscientesubconscious{adj}
subcontratarto subcontract{v}
subcontratistasubcontractor{mf}
subculturasubculture{f}
subdisciplinasubdiscipline{f}
subdividirto subdivide{v}
subestimarto underestimate{v}
subfamiliasubfamily{f}
subfilosubphylum{m} [taxonomy]
subgenitalsubgenital{adj}
subgruposubgroup{m} [mathematics]
subhúmedosubhumid{adj}
subibajaA see-saw{m}
subidaacclivity{f}
subidarise{f}
subirto upload{v} [computing]
subirto climb{v}
subirto go up or come up{v}
subirto raise{v}
subirse a las barbasto walk over (someone){vt} [idiomatic]
subjefeassistant, subordinate{mf}
subjefesous-chef, assistant chef{mf}
subjetividadsubjectivity{f}
subjetivosubjective{adj}
subjetoalternative form of sujeto{m} [rare]
subjuntivosubjunctive{adj}
subjuntivosubjunctive mood{m}
sublevaciónuprising{f}
sublevarto provoke into rebellion{v}
sublimarto sublimate{v}
sublimesublime{adj}
subliminalsubliminal{adj}
sublingualsublingual{adj}
submarinosubmarine{adj}
submarinosubmarine{m}
subnormalsubnormal{adj}
suboficialnon-commissioned officer{m}
suboficialpetty officer{m}
suborbitalsuborbital{adj}
subordinadosubordinate, subordinating{adj}
subordinadosubordinate{m}
subordinarto subordinate{v}
subproductobyproduct, subproduct{m}
subrayarto emphasize, stress{v}
subrayarto underline, underscore{v}
subrepticiamentesurreptitiously{adv}
subrepticioclandestine or hidden{adj}
subrepticiohaving or feigning stealth{adj}
subrepticiosurreptitious{adj}
subsaharianosub-Saharan{adj}
subsanarto rectify{v}
subscribirto subscribe{v}
subsecretarioundersecretary, deputy secretary{m}
subseguirto follow next, be subsequent{v}
subsidiarto subsidize{v}
subsidiosubsidy{m}
subsiguientesubsequent{adj}
subsistenciasubsistence{f}
subsistirto subsist{v}
substantivonoun{m}
substituiralternative form of sustituir{v}
substracciónsubtraction{f}
substraersubtract (to remove or reduce){v}
subsucesiónsubseries{f} [mathematics]
subsuelosubsoil{m}
subterfugiosubterfuge{m}
subterráneosubterranean{adj}
subterráneounderground{m}
subtilisinasubtilisin{f} [enzyme]
subtituladosubtitled{adj}
subtítulosubtitle{m}
subunidadsubunit{f}
suburbanosuburban{adj}
suburbanoinhabitant of a suburb{m}
suburbiosuburb, outskirts, poor areas particularly{m}
subvenciónsubvention{f}
subvencionarto subsidize{v}
subversiónsubversion{f}
subyacerto underlie{vi}
succiónsuction{f}
succinatosuccinate{m} [organic compound]
succiniltransferasasuccinyltransferase{f} [enzyme]
succionarto suck up{v}
succínicosuccinic{adj}
sucederto come to pass{v}
sucederto happen, to befall, to occur{v}
sucederto succeed to, to follow{v}
sucedáneosubstitute{adj} [of a substance]
sucedáneosubstitute{m}
sucesiónseries{f} [mathematics]
sucesiónsuccession{f}
sucesivamentesuccessively{adv}
sucesivosuccessive{adj}
sucesoevent, happening{m}
sucesorsucceeding{adj}
sucesorsuccessor{m}
sucesoriosuccessional{adj}
SuchitepéquezA department of Guatemala{prop}
suciedaddirt{f}
suciedaddirtiness{f}
suciedadprurience, metaphorical dirtiness{f}
sucintamentesuccinctly{adv}
sucintosuccinct, brief, concise{adj}
suciodirty, filthy{adj}
sucioobscene, vulgar{adj}
suciosinful, tainted{adj}
sucitarbring up{v}
sucitarprovoke{v}
sucralosasucralose{f} [carbohydrates]
sucumbirto succumb{v}
sucursalbranch (of a company or organization, attributive){adj}
sucursalbranch (of a company or organization){f}
sudacaLatin American{mf} [offensive, derogatory, vulgar, slang]
sudaderasweatshirt, hoodie{f}
sudafricanafeminine form of sudafricano{f}
sudafricanoSouth African{adj}
sudafricanoSouth African{m}
sudamericanoSouth American{adj}
sudamericanoSouth American{m}
SudaméricaSouth America (continent that is the southern part of the Americas){prop}
sudanésSudanese{adj}
sudanésSudanese{m}
sudarto sweat{v}
sudarioshroud{m}
sudestesoutheast{m}
SudáfricaSouth Africa{prop}
SudánSudan (Republic of Sudan){prop}
Sudán del SurSouth Sudan{prop}
sudokusudoku{m} [games, puzzles]
sudorsweat{m}
suecafeminine form of sueco{f}
SueciaSweden{prop}
suecoSwedish (from or native to Sweden){adj}
suecoSwedish (pertaining to Sweden){adj}
suecoa Swede{m}
suecothe Swedish language{prop}
suegramother-in-law (spouse's mother){f}
suegroparent-in-law; father-in-law (mother-in-law for the feminine form){m}
suelasole{f}
sueldosalary{m}
sueloground, floor, soil{m}
suelo de fundaciónArea where the foundations of a building or a complex are located{m}
suelo permanentemente congeladopermafrost{m}
suelo permanentemente heladopermafrost{m}
sueltofree, agile, fluent{adj}
sueltofree, loose, undone{adj}
sueltoisolated, separate{adj}
suenosound{m} [obsolete]
sueñodream{m}
sueñosleepiness{m}
sueño libertadorliberator dream{m} [literally]
sueño libertadorThe dream of winning the Copa Libertadores football (soccer) competition. Thus, when a team gets eliminated from the competition, it is said that the team has waken up from the liberator dream{m} [sports, soccer]
sueño mojadowet dream{m}
sueroIV or intravenous line or fluid{m}
sueroserum{m}
suerowhey{m}
suero de soyawhey{m}
suertelottery ticket{f} [Latin America]
suerteluck, fortune{f}
suertesort, kind, type{f}
suertegood luck!{interj}
suertudolucky (having good luck){adj}
suertudolucky devil; lucky sod{m}
suficientesufficient{adj}
suficientementesufficiently{adv}
sufijaciónsuffixation{f}
sufijo[of an affix] suffixed{adj}
sufijosuffix{m}
sufragarTo vote{v} [Latin America]
sufragarto help{v}
sufragarto support{v}
sufragiosuffrage{m}
sufragistasuffragist/suffragette{mf}
sufridorsuffering{adj}
sufridorsufferer{m}
sufrimientosuffering{m}
sufrirto suffer{v}
sufrúticesubshrub, suffrutex{m}
sugerenciasuggestion{f}
sugerirto suggest{v}
sugestiónsuggestion{f}
sugestionarto influence{v}
sugestivosuggestive{adj}
suicidasuicidal{adj}
suicidasuicide (person){mf}
suicidarto commit suicide{vr}
suicidarto kill{vt} [colloquial, euphemistic]
suicidarseto commit suicide{v}
suicidiosuicide (the act of killing oneself){m}
suitesuite (rooms, hotel){f}
SuizaSwitzerland{prop}
suizoSwiss{adj}
suizoA person from Switzerland{m}
sujeciónsubjection{f}
sujetadosubjected{adj}
sujetadorbra, brassiere{m}
sujetadorclip, pin (for hair, papers etc.){m}
sujetadorfastener{m}
sujetapapelesclip; paperclip{m}
sujetarto steady, hold, secure, attach, fasten{v}
sujetarto subject{v}
sujetoattached{adj}
sujetoheld, grasped{adj}
sujetomatter, subject{m}
sujetoperson{m}
sulfatarto sulfate{v}
sulfatosulfate{m} [organic compound, inorganic compound]
sulfónicosulfonic{adj}
sulfonamidasulfonamide{f} [chemistry]
sulfonatosulfonate{m} [chemistry]
sulfurosulfide{m} [chemistry]
sulfurososulfurous{adj}
sulfóxidosulfoxide{m} [chemistry]
sultanatosultanate{m}
sultánsultan{m}
sumaaddition{f}
sumasum{f}
Su MajestadHis Majesty, Her Majesty{m}
Su MajestadYour Majesty{m}
sumamenteextremely{adv}
sumamentehighly{adv}
sumamentemost{adv}
sumarTo add, to add up{v} [mathematics]
sumarto add{v}
sumar dos más dosto put two and two together{v} [idiomatic]
sumariosummary{adj}
sumariosummary{m}
suma sacerdotisahigh priestess, feminine form of sumo sacerdote{n}
sumergible(by extension) Waterproof{adj}
sumergibleSubmersible{adj}
sumergibleA submarine{m}
sumergirto submerge{v}
SumeriaSumer{prop}
sumerioSumerian{adj}
sumerioSumerian (language){m}
sumerioSumerian (person){m}
sumillerA wine waiter or sommelier{m}
suministradorsupplier{m}
suministrarto provide{v}
suministroprovision, supply{m}
sumirto submerge{v}
sumisiónsubmission{f}
sumisiónsubmissiveness{f}
sumisosubmissive{adj}
sumohighest, greatest, superlative{adj}
sumosumo{m} [martial arts]
sumo sacerdotehigh priest{n}
sunchoFlourensia campestris{m}
sunchohoop{m}
sunitaSunni{mf}
suntuosamenterichly{adv}
suntuosidadsumptuosity{f}
suntuososumptuous{adj}
supeditarto subordinate{v}
super-super-, over-{prefix}
superablesuperable{adj}
superaciónovercoming{f}
superaciónself-improvement{f}
superarto surpass{v}
supercalifragilisticoexpialidososupercalifragilisticexpialidocious{adj}
superconductividadsuperconductivity{f}
supercuerdasuperstring{f}
superenrolladosupercoiled{adj} [genetics]
superenrollamientosupercoil{m} [genetics]
superestrellasuperstar{f}
superestructurasuperstructure{f}
superfamiliasuperfamily{f}
superficialshallow, lacking substance{adj}
superficialsurficial{adj}
superficialmentesuperficially{adv}
superficiesurface{f}
superfilosuperphylum{m} [taxonomy]
superfluamentesuperfluously{adv}
superfluidadsuperfluity{f}
superfluosuperfluous{adj}
supergigantesupergiant{f}
supergigante azulblue supergiant{f}
superhombreoverman, superman{m}
superhéroesuperhero{m}
superintendentesuperintendent{mf}
superiorbetter{adj}
superiorsuperior{adj}
superiorupper, higher{adj}
superiorboss{m}
superioramother superior{f}
superioridadsuperiority{f}
superlativosuperlative{m}
superligasuperleague{f} [sports]
supermasivosupermassive{adj}
supermercadosupermarket{m}
supermánsuperman (person of extraordinary or seemingly superhuman powers){m}
super-Niñosuper-Niño{m}
supernovasupernova{m}
superpesadosuper heavyweight (boxing class){m} [boxing]
superponerto superimpose{v}
superposiciónsuperposition{f}
supersónicosupersonic{adj}
supersticiónsuperstition{f}
supersticiososuperstitious{adj}
supervisarto supervise{vt}
supervisiónsupervision{f}
supervisorsupervisor{m}
superávitsurplus{m}
supervivenciasurvival{f}
supervivencialistaA survivalist{m}
supervivientesurvivor{mf}
superóxidosuperoxide{m} [chemistry]
superyóIn psychoanalysis, Freud's concept of superego{m}
supinadorsupinator; muscle that causes supination{m} [anatomy]
supinador largobrachioradialis{m}
suplantarto supplant{v}
suplefaltasfall guy; scapegoat{m}
suplementalsupplemental, supplementary{adj}
suplementariosupplementary{adj}
suplementosupplement{m}
suplentesubstitute, surrogate (person that acts as a substitute){mf}
suplicarto beg; to supplicate{v}
suplicioanguish, suffering, torment, torture{m}
supliciopunishment{m}
suplirto substitute{v}
suplirto supply{v}
suponerto suppose, assume, or guess{v}
suposiciónsupposition{f}
supositoriosuppository, (small medicinal plug that is inserted into the rectum){m}
supraorganismosupraorganism{m}
suprarrenalsuprarenal{adj}
supremacíasupremacy{f}
supremosupreme{adj}
supresióndeletion{f}
supresiónsuppression{f}
suprimirto suppress{v}
supuestamentesupposedly{adv}
supuestosupposed, self-styled, alleged{adj}
supuestoassumption, hypothesis{m}
supuesto quesince, inasmuch as{conj}
supurarto ooze{v}
supurarto produce pus{v}
supurativosuppurative; forming or discharging pus{adj}
sursouth{m}
SuraméricaSouth America (continent that is the southern part of the Americas){prop}
surcarto plow{v}
surcirTo darn; to mend{vt}
surcoreanoSouth Korean{adj}
surcoreanoSouth Korean{m}
sureñafeminine form of sureño{f}
sureñosouthern{adj}
sureñosoutherner{m}
surestesoutheast{m}
SuárezSpanish surname{prop}
surfsurfing{m}
surfearto surf{v}
surf neverosnowboarding{m}
surgimientoemergence, rise{m}
surgirto appear{vi}
surgirto emerge{vi}
SurinamSuriname{prop}
surinamésSurinamese{adj}
surinamésSurinamese{m}
suroestesouthwest{m}
surrealismosurrealism{m}
surrealistasurreal{adj}
surrealistasurrealistic{adj}
surrealistasurrealist{mf}
surtidoassorted{adj}
surtirto furnish, to stock{v}
surtirto provide{v}
surtirto spurt, to shoot up{v}
surtotranquil, calm{adj}
surubíAny of several catfishlike fishes of the genus Pseudoplatystoma{m}
susYour{adj} [formal]
Susanafemale given name, equivalent to English Susan{prop}
SusanaSusanna (Biblical figure){prop}
susceptibleamenable{adj}
suscitarto provoke{v}
suscribirto subscribe{v}
sushisushi{m}
suspenderto flunk, to fail to pass an exam or class{v}
suspenderto suspend{v}
suspendidofailed (exam){adj}
suspendidosuspended{adj}
suspensesuspense{m}
suspensiónhanging, dangling, suspending{f}
suspensiónsuspense, uncertainty, anxiety{f}
suspensiónsuspension{f}
suspensiónsuspension, interruption, discontinuation, cessation{f}
suspensosuspense{m}
suspensoriojockstrap{m}
suspensoriosuspensory{m}
suspicaciasuspicion, mistrust{f}
suspicazsuspicious, suspect{adj}
suspirarto sigh{v}
suspirosigh{m}
sustanciasubstance{f}
sustancialsubstantial{adj}
sustancialmentesubstantially{adv}
sustantivosubstantive{adj}
sustantivonoun, substantive{m}
sustentabilidadsustainability{f}
sustentablesustainable{adj}
sustentacióndefense (of a thesis){f} [academic]
sustentaciónsustainment{f}
sustentarto sustain{v}
sustentoA person's livelihood{m}
sustentoA support{m}
sustentoSustenance{m}
suásticaVariant form of esvástica{f} [Latin America]
sustituciónsubstitution{f}
sustituirto replace{v}
sustitutivosubstitutive{adj}
sustitutosubstitute{m}
sustofright{m}
sustracciónsubtraction{f}
sustraerto subtract{vt}
sustratosubstrate{m}
susurrarto whisper, susurrate{v}
susurrowhisper, murmur{m}
suétersweater, pullover{m}
sutilsubtle{adj}
sutilezasubtlety{f}
suturasuture{f}
suturarto suture{v}
suyafeminine form of suyo His, hers, its{adj}
suyaYours, your, to you{adj} [formal]
suyaTheirs, their, to them{adj}
suyafeminine form of suyo His, hers, its{pron}
suyaYours{pron} [formal]
suyaTheirs{pron}
suyasfeminine plural of suyo His, hers, its{adj}
suyasYours, your, to you{adj} [formal]
suyasTheirs, their, to them{adj}
suyasfeminine plural of suyo His, hers, its{pron}
suyasYours{pron} [formal]
suyasTheirs{pron}
suyoYours, your, to you{adj} [formal]
suyoHis, hers, its, to her{adj}
suyoTheirs, their, to them{adj}
suyoYours{pron} [formal]
suyoHis, hers, its{pron}
suyoTheirs{pron}
suyosYours, your, to you{adj} [formal]
suyosTheirs, their, to them{adj}
suyosYours{pron} [formal]
suyosTheirs{pron}
svastikaswastika{f}
swahiliSwahili (language){m}
sigilosamentestealthily