Spanish words starting with T:

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tea{m}
tThe 21st letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
Singular informal pronoun. you{pron}
TThe 21st letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
tíawoman{f} [colloquial, Spain]
tíafeminine form of tío aunt; the sister of any of both parents{f}
TATamaulipas (Mexican state){abbr}
tía-abuelagreat-aunt{f}
tabútaboo{adj}
tabútaboo{m}
tabaanklebone{f}
tabacaleratobacco company{f}
tabacotobacco{m}
tabaquewicker basket{m}
tabaqueríatobacconist's, tobacco shop{f}
tabaquismoaddiction to tobacco{m}
TabascoA state of Mexico{prop}
tabasqueñoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Tabasco{adj}
tabernapub, tavern{f}
tabernáculotabernacle{m}
tabiqueThin wall, or partition{m}
tablaboard, plank{f}
tablatable (furniture){f} [obsolete]
tablaslab{f}
tablatable (grid or matrix, in a book){f}
tabla de snowsnowboard (board){f}
tabla de snowsnowboarding (sport){f}
tablaestelawakeboarding{m}
tabla periódicaperiodic table (chart of the chemical elements by atomic number){f}
tableroboard{m}
tablerocheckerboard{m}
tablerocounter{m}
tableroleaf (flat section used to extend a table){m}
tablerolong spine board{m}
tableropanel{m}
tableropetrel (bird){m}
tableroswitchboard{m}
tabletatablet computer{f}
tabletatablet, pill{f}
tabletearto rattle{v}
tableteorattle{m}
tablónboard{m}
tablónbulletin board{m}
tablónplank{m}
tablónsignboard{m}
tabloidetabloid{m}
tabloncillowooden floor{m}
tabuladortabulator{m}
tabulartabular{adj}
tabularto tabulate{v}
taburetestool{m}
taburetetaboret{m}
tacañostingy{adj}
tachaAny cross out sign (/, \, - or X){f}
tachaAn ecstasy pill; MDMA{f} [slang]
tacharto cross out{v}
tacharto omit, leave out{v}
tachasEcstasy; MDMA; the individual tablets thereof{fp}
tachonarto stud{v}
tachuelatack; a small metal fastener{f}
taciturnidadtaciturnity{f}
taciturnotaciturn, quiet, silent{adj}
tacleadaA tackle; the bringing to the ground of the ball carrier in American football{f}
taclearto tackle{v}
tacónheel{m}
tacotraffic jam{m} [Chile]
tacocue (a stick used to play billiards, snooker, pool, etc){m}
tacodowel (a longer piece of wood, plastic, or other material){m}
tacotaco (type of food){m} [Mexico]
tacopeg (a short, thick piece of wood, metal, or other material){m}
tacoa curse word, a swear word, a profanity, a slur{m} [Spain]
tacostopper, plug, wad (small bundle of material made to cover, stop, or fill a hole){m}
taco de ojoA good or pleasant sight{m} [colloquial, Mexico]
tactodiscretion; tact{m}
tactotouch{m}
tacuacheVariant form of tlacuache{m}
TacubaTacuba (the El Salvador city){prop}
TadeoThaddeus, the apostle.{prop} [biblical character]
Tadeomale given name{prop}
taekwondistataekwondo fighter{mf}
taekwondotaekwondo{m}
tañerto play (an instrument){v}
tañerto ring (a bell){v}
tañerto strum{v}
tafetataffeta{f}
tafetántaffeta{m}
tagaloTagalog{adj}
tagaloTagalog (language){prop}
tagatosatagatose{f} [carbohydrates]
tahúrcardsharp{m}
tahúrgambler{m}
tañidoring (of a bell){m}
taikonautataikonaut{mf}
TailandiaThailand (Country in Southeast Asia){prop}
tailandésThai{adj}
tailandésThai{m}
taimadoartful; sly; crafty{adj}
taitadaddy{m} [Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, rural, childish]
taitavaliant and handsome man{m} [Argentina, Uruguay]
taiwanésTaiwanese{adj}
taiwanésTaiwanese (person from Taiwan){m}
TaiwánTaiwan (East Asian country){prop}
tajadachop, slice{f}
tajantecategorical{adj}
tajanteemphatic{adj}
tajantementecategorically{adv}
tajantementeemphatically{adv}
tajarto cut; to slice to chop{v}
tajarto sharpen{v}
TajoTagus{prop}
talsuch{adj}
taladorlumberjack{m}
talador furtivopoacher{n} [logging]
taladradordrill, a tool for creating holes in a workpiece{m}
taladrarto drill{v}
taladroA drill; a tool for creating holes in a workpiece{m}
talalgiatalalgia{f}
talarcovering or reaching the heel (cloth, garment or accesories){adj}
talarto cut, cut down (particularly a tree, forest){v}
talcotalcum powder{m} [cosmetics]
talcotalc{m} [mineral]
talega1000 pesos{f}
talegamint, money (amount of money){f} [also in the plural]
talegaA slim bag made of linen cloth{f}
talegojail{m}
talegosack, bag{m}
talentotalent{m}
talentosotalented{adj}
talento vozvoice talent{f}
talibánTaliban (attributive){adj}
talibánmember of the Taliban{mf}
taliothallium{m}
talismántalisman (magical amulet){m}
tallacarving{f}
tallajoke{f} [Chile, colloquial]
tallaheight{f}
tallasize{f}
talladorcarver{m}
talladorengraver{m}
talladorcroupier (person who collects bets and pays out winnings at a gambling table){m} [Latin America]
tallarto measure{v}
tallarto sculpt{v}
tallarínnoodle{m}
tallerworkshop{m}
TallinTallinn (city in Estonia){prop}
tallostalk, stem{m}
talmúdicoTalmudic{adj}
TalmudTalmud{prop}
talónheel{m} [anatomy]
talóncheck{m}
talónheel (shoe){m}
talón de AquilesAchilles heel; the weak point of a person, thing, or process{m}
talonariocheckbook or other booklet with part that can be torn off leaving a stub{m}
talosatalose{f} [carbohydrates]
taltuzagopher{f} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua]
taludslope (of a structure, wall or terrain){m}
tal vezmaybe, perhaps{adv}
talvezperhaps, maybe{adv}
tamalbundle, clumsy package{m} [Central America, Mexico]
tamalembroilment, imbroglio{m} [Central America, Mexico]
tamaltamal, tamale{m} [Central America, Mexico]
tamaletamale{m} [dialect]
tamañoso big; so small{adj}
tamañosize{m}
tamarindoA candy made of tamarind fruit{m}
tamarindotamarind (fruit){m}
tamarindotamarind (tree){m}
TamaulipasA state of Mexico{prop}
tamaulipecoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Tamaulipas{adj}
tambalearto reel{v}
tambalearto stagger{v}
tambalearto wobble{v}
tambaleostagger{m}
tambaleowobble{m}
tambiénalso, too{adv}
tambordrum{m}
tambordrum-shaped piece, part or device{m}
tamborearto drum (to knock successively){v}
tamboriltabor (small drum){m}
tamborilearto drum{v}
tamemeporter, carrier{m} [Honduras, Mexico]
Tamesía river in North-Eastern Mexico, which flows out in the Pánuco river, by Tampico{prop}
tamilOf or pertaining to the Tamil script{adj}
tamilTamil; of or pertaining to the Tamil people of India and Sri Lanka, their culture, or language{adj}
tamilA Tamil person, belonging to the Tamil people{mf}
tamilThe Tamil language{mf}
tamizsieve{m}
tamizarto purify, to remove defects from{v}
tamizarto strain, to sieve, to sift{v}
tampóntampon (plug of cotton or other absorbent material){m}
tampocoeither (as well){adv}
tampoconeither; nor{adv}
tanso, as{adv}
tanatoriofuneral home{m} [chiefly Spain]
tandabeating, bashing{f} [colloquial, Latin America]
tandaduty, turn{f}
tandagroup{f}
tandaseries{f}
tandasession{f}
tandatask, work{f}
tandatime, instance{f}
tangaG-string, thong{m}
tanganaruckus; brawl{f}
tangencialtangential{adj}
tangencialmentetangentially{adv}
tangentetangent{adjf} [geometry]
tangentetangent{f} [trigonometry]
tangoa style of music associated with the tango dance (used to accompany and set the beat for the dance){m}
tangotango (ballroom dance){m}
tanguitodiminutive form of tango{m}
Taniafemale given name, cognate to the English Tania{prop}
taninotannin{m} [chemistry]
taínoTaino (language){m}
taínoTaino (people){m}
tanquecistern{m}
tanquetank{m}
tantaliotantalum{m}
tantearto estimate{v}
tantearto grope{v}
tantearto weigh up, to size up, to sound out{v}
tanteoestimate{m}
tanteoscoring{m}
tanteotest, trial{m}
tanteotrial and error{m}
tantoso much, as much{adj}
tantoso much, long, hard, often, etc{adv}
tantocopy{m}
tantoportion{m} [Latin America]
tantopoint (in a game){m}
tantopoker chip, counter{m}
tantoso much, so many{pron}
tantosscore{mp}
TanzaniaTanzania{prop}
tanzanoTanzanian{adj}
tanzanoTanzanian{m}
taoísmoDaoism, Taoism{m}
taoístaDaoist{adj}
taoístaDaoist{mf}
tapaappetizer (small portion of food){f}
tapalid, cover{f}
tapacuboshubcap{m}
tapadacover (action and effect of covering){f} [Colombia]
tapaderadisguise, camouflage, concealing, cover{f}
tapaderalid, cover{f}
tapadillofalsehood, bluff{m} [colloquial]
tapadocovered{adj}
tapa durahardback, hardcover{n}
tapagrietasfiller (material to e.g. fill cracks){m}
tapancoloft, attic{m} [Mexico]
taparto cover{v}
taparrabosloincloth, swimming trunks{m}
taparseTo cover oneself for protection from the elements, etc{vr}
taparseTo cover oneself when naked{vr}
tapeScotch tape, tape{m}
tapearto have tapas, to dine on tapas, particularly from bar to bar{v}
tapersex{m} [soplink, sex toy, party]
tapeterunner, carpet, rug{m}
tapetetablecloth{m}
tapiaadobe{f}
tapiaadobe brick{f}
tapiaenclosing wall{f}
tapiawall made of adobe bricks{f}
tapiarenclose{v}
tapiarwall up, brick{v}
tapiocatapioca{f}
tapitaA cocktail sandwich, a biscuit, cheeser{f}
tapitaA crispy slice of toast served with various toppings, especially avocado paste, cold cuts, and ensalada chilena{f} [Chile]
tapizcarpet{m}
tapiztapestry{m}
tapóncap, plug{m}
tapónobstruction{m}
tapóntraffic jam{m}
taponarto plug{v}
taponearto plug{v} [Chile, Uruguay, Cuba]
taquerafeminine form of taquero{f}
taqueríarestaurant that serves tacos{f} [Mexico]
taqueroSomeone who makes or sells tacos{m} [chiefly, Mexico]
taquerocue rack{m}
taquicardiatachycardia{m}
taquigrafíashorthand; stenography, tachygraphy{f}
taquillaticket office, box office{f}
taquillazoA blockbuster{m}
taquilleraA blockbuster{f}
taquillero(of entertainment) box-office success, hit{adj}
taquillerobox-office worker; ticket salesperson{m}
taquitoa rolled-up taco{m}
taradefect, flaw{f}
taradeficiency{f}
taratare (empty weight of a container){f}
taradafeminine form of tarado{f}
taradofaulty, deficient{adj}
taradostupid, dumb{adj}
taradoidiot{m}
tararearto hum{v}
tardíamentebelatedly, tardily{adv}
tardanzadelay{f}
tardanzatardiness{f}
tardarto be late{v}
tardarto delay{v}
tardarto last{v}
tardelate{adj}
tardelate{adv}
tardeafternoon{f}
tardeevening{f}
tardíobelated, tardy, delayed{adj}
tardoslow, sluggish{adj}
tardotardy{adj}
tareahomework{f}
tareatask{f}
Targumtargum{prop}
tarifafare{f}
tarifafee{f}
tarimaplatform{f}
tarjaplate{f}
tarjashield{f}
tarjatally{f}
tarjetacard{f}
tarjeta de créditocredit card{f}
tarjeta inteligenteA smart card{f}
tarántulatarantula{f}
tarraconensefrom the city of Tarragona{adj}
tarraconensefrom the province of Tarragona{adj}
TarragonaTarragona (city){prop}
TarragonaTarragona (province){prop}
TarragonaThe letter T in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
tarrojar, pot{m}
tarserotarsier{m}
tarsotarsus (entire ankle){m} [anatomy]
tarsotarsal (any bone of the ankle){m} [skeleton]
tartatart{f}
tarta de quesocheesecake{f}
tartaletatart; tartlet{f}
tartamudearto stutter, stammer{v}
tartamudeostutter{m}
tartamudostuttering{adj}
tartamudostutter{m}
tartracinatartrazine{f} [organic compound]
tartratotartrate{m} [organic compound]
tartáricotartaric{adj}
tasatax{f}
tasaciónassessment{f}
tasadorassessor{m}
tasadoraassessor{f}
tasarto appraise{v}
tatamitatami{m}
tatarabuelagreat-great-grandmother{f}
tatarabuelogreat-great-grandparent; great-great-grandfather (great-great-grandmother for the feminine form){m}
tataranietogreat-great-grandchild; great-great-grandson (great-great-granddaughter for the feminine form){m}
tatatarabuelagreat-great-great-grandmother{f}
tatatarabuelogreat-great-great-grandfather{m}
tatemarto roast, to grill{v} [Mexico]
tatuadotattooed{adj}
tatuajetattoo{m}
tautauon (elementary particle){f}
tautau; the Greek letter Τ, τ{f}
taumatinathaumatin{f} [protein]
tauóntauon{m}
taurinataurine{f} [biochemistry]
taurinohaving the Zodiac sign Taurus{adj}
taurinotaurine{adj}
taurocólicotaurocholic{adj}
taurocolatotaurocholate{m} [organic compound]
tauromaquiatauromachy, bullfighting{f} [bullfighting]
tautológicotautological{adj}
tautologíatautology{f}
tautomerasatautomerase{f} [enzyme]
Tavernes de la Valldignaa city in Spain, District of Safor, 54 km from Valencia{prop}
taxcalA basket used to carry or store tortillas{m} [Mexico]
taxitaxi{m}
taxinataxine{f}
taxistataxi driver{mf}
taxonómicotaxonomic{adj}
taxonomíataxonomy{f}
TayikistánTajikistan{prop}
tayikoTajik{adj}
tayikoTajik{m}
tayotachayote{f} [Dominican Republic]
tazacup, mug{f}
tazatoilet bowl{f}
tazónbowl{m}
tazónmug (large cup){m}
tbtambién{abbr} [texting, Internet]
TBTabasco (Mexican state){abbr}
tábanogadfly (insect){m}
tácitamentetacitly{adv}
tácitotacit{adj}
TCMabbreviation of tambien tambien como (In english, a.k.a.){abbr}
técnicafeminine form of técnico{f}
técnicatechnique{f}
técnicamentetechnically{adv}
técnicotechnical{adj}
técnicotechnician{m}
tácticatactic{f}
tácticatactics{f}
tácticamentetactically{adv}
tácticotactic{adj}
tácticotactician{adj}
táctiltactile{adj}
TDAHADHD{initialism}
té de limónté de limón{m}
teName of the letter t{f}
teyou (familiar objective case form){pron}
te amoI love you{phrase}
teaninatheanine{f}
teatraltheatrical{adj}
teatrotheater{m}
tebeocomic, graphic novel{m}
tecateak{f}
-tecaused for any kind of collection{suffix}
-tecaused for various Mexican or Central American ethnicities{suffix}
techarto shingle{v}
techoceiling{m}
techoroof{m}
teclaA key, button (on a machine or instrument){f}
tecla de borradodelete, deletion key{f}
tecladokeyboard (of a typewriter, piano, computer, etc.){m}
teclearto type in{v}
tecnócratatechnocrat{mf}
tecneciotechnetium{m}
-tecniaskill, technique{suffix}
tecno-techno-{prefix}
tecnocraciatechnocracy{f}
tecnocráticotechnocratic{adj}
tecnológicamentetechnologically{adv}
tecnológicotechnological{adj}
tecnologíatechnology{f}
tecnosexualtechnosexual{adj}
tecolThe edible larva of the moth Hypopta agavis, used in traditional Mexican cuisine{m} [Mexico]
tecolotepoliceman{m} [colloquial, dated, Mexico]
tecoloteowl{m} [Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]
tectitatektite{f}
tectónicatectonics{f} [geology]
tectónicotectonic{adj}
tedioboredom{m}
tediosotedious, boring, boresome, tiresome{adj}
te echo de menosI miss you{phrase}
TegucigalpaTegucigalpa{prop}
TegusNickname for Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras{prop}
TeguzNickname for Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras{prop}
teñirto color, to dye, to stain{v}
tejaa type of chocolate from Peru{f}
tejaroof tile{f}
tejatype of noodle{f}
tejadotiled roof{m}
tejarto tile{vt}
TejasTexas, a state of the USA{prop}
tejedorweaver{m}
tejerto knit{v}
tejerto spin (a web, a tale){v}
tejerto weave{v}
tejidotissue{m} [biology]
tejidofabric{m}
tejónbadger{m}
tejóncoati{m} [Mexico]
tejoyew{m}
tejocoteCrataegus mexicana, a species of fruit-bearing hawthorn{m} [Mexico]
tejocoteThe small, yellowish fruit of this tree{m} [Mexico]
tejoloteA type of stone pestle, often cylindrical in shape and used with a molcajete{m} [Mexico]
telacloth (woven fabric){f}
telacash, dosh{f} [colloquial]
telatask{f} [colloquial]
telarloom{m}
telarañaspiderweb{f}
teletelevision{f}
teleconferenciateleconference{f}
telefónicamentetelephonically, over the phone, by phone{adv}
telefónicotelephonic; pertaining to telephones{adj}
telefoníatelephony{f}
telefonearto telephone{v}
teleféricoaerial tramway, cable car{m}
telegrafíatelegraphy{f}
telegrafiarto telegraph{v}
telegramatelegram{m}
telegráficotelegraphic{adj}
telemedidatelemetry{f}
telenovelasoap opera{f}
telepatíatelepathy{f}
telepáticamentetelepathically{adv}
telepáticotelepathic{adj}
telequinéticotelekinetic{adj}
telescopiotelescope{m}
telescópicotelescopic{adj}
telespectadortelevision viewer{m}
teletsunamiteletsunami{m}
televidentetelevision viewer{mf}
televisarto televise{v}
televisióntelevision{f}
televisivotelevisable, televisual{adj}
televisivoTV, television (attributive){adj}
televisortelevision{m}
teléfonotelephone, phone{m}
teléfono celularcell phone{m}
teléfono móvilcell phone [US], mobile phone [UK, Australia]{m}
telégrafotelegraph (apparatus for communicating between distant points){m}
telégrafotelegraphy{m}
telómerotelomere{m} [genetics]
telóncurtain{m}
telónfabric (material made of fibers){m}
teólogotheologian{m}
telomerasatelomerase{f} [enzyme]
teloméricotelomeric{adj}
telosomatelosome{f} [protein]
teluriotellurium{m}
telurotellurium{m}
tematheme; plot (of a book, film or other media){m}
temarioprogram, agenda, syllabus{m}
temascalalternative spelling of temazcal{m}
temazcalA sweat lodge, traditionally one made from adobe bricks{m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico]
temblarto tremble{vi}
temblorearthquake; usually a light one{m}
temblortremble, trembling{m}
temerto fear{vt}
temerarioreckless, rash{adj}
temeridadrecklessness, fearlessness, temerity{f}
temerosofearful, distressed{adj}
temescalalternative spelling of temazcal{m}
temiblefearsome{adj}
temorfear{m}
temperamentotemperament{m}
temperarto calm{v}
temperarto soften{v}
temperarto temper{v}
temperaturatemperature{f}
temperatura ambienteroom temperature{f}
temperatura ambienteente{f}
temperoseasonableness{m}
tempestadtempest, storm{f}
tempestivamentetimely, seasonably, opportunely{adv}
tempestividadseasonableness{f}
tempestuosamentetempestuously, turbulently{adv}
tempestuosotempestuous, stormy{adj}
tempestuosoturbulent{adj}
templadotemperate{adj}
templadotempered{adj}
templadotepid, warm, mild{adj}
templanzatemperance, moderation, sobriety{f}
templarto temper{v}
templariopertaining to the Knights Templar{adj}
templarioTemplar{m}
templotemple{m}
temporadaseason, period, span of time{f}
temporaltemporary{adj}
temporalstorm{m}
temporalidadtemporality{f}
temporalmentetemporarily{adv}
temporariamentetemporarily{adv}
tempranoearly{adj}
tempranoearly{adv}
temáticasubject, topic{f}
temáticamentethematically{adv}
temáticothematic{adj}
tenacidadtenacity{f}
tenarthenar{adj}
tenaztenacious{adj}
tenazapincers{f}
tenazaspincers{fp}
tendederoclotheslines, clotheshorse (device or place on which laundry is hung out to dry){m}
tendenciatendency{f}
tendentetending (to){adj}
tenderto tend to, to have a tendency{vi}
tenderto lay oneself down{vr}
tenderto build (a bridge across an expanse){vt}
tenderto cast (a net){vt}
tenderto coat (with plaster){vt}
tenderto extend (the hand){vt}
tenderto floor (with a punch), to stretch out{vt}
tenderto hang up (clothes){vt}
tenderto lay (cable){vt}
tenderto make (a bed){vt}
tenderto set (a trap){vt}
tenderto spread, to stretch out{vt}
tenderoshopkeeper{m}
tenderseto lie down{v}
tendidohanging{adj}
tendidolying{adj}
tendóntendon{m}
tenebrosotenebrous{adj}
tenedorfork{m}
tenenciatenancy, occupancy{f}
tenerTo be of a measure or age{vt}
tenerTo contain{vt}
tenerTo feel (internally){vt}
tenerTo have, possess an object{vt}
tenerTo hold, grasp{vt}
tenerTo make to feel{vt}
tenerTo possess a condition or quality{vt}
teneríatannery{f}
tener agarrado por los cojonesTo have someone by the balls{v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
tener algo que ver conTo have something to do with; to have some relationship with{v} [idiomatic]
tener cuidadoTake care{phrase} [idiomatic]
tener en cuentaTo take into account; to keep in mind{v} [idiomatic]
tener en el boteTo have someone eat out of one's hand{v} [idiom]
tener ganasto feel like, fancy{v}
TenerifeTenerife{prop}
tener largas naricesTo be able to predict the future{v} [idiomatic]
tener largas naricesTo have a keen sense of smell{v} [idiomatic]
tener los labios selladosTo keep one's lips sealed; to keep a secret. (Literally, to have the lips sealed){v} [idiomatic]
tener lugarto take place, to occur{v}
tener más cuento que CallejaSomeone who continually makes up excuses{v} [idiomatic]
tener pájaros en la cabezato have a screw loose, to have bats in the belfry (literally, "to have birds in the head"){v} [idiomatic]
tener plumato be camp (ostentatiously gay){v} [idiomatic, colloquial]
tener porTo think; to be of the opinion{v}
tener queTo have to{v} [idiomatic]
tengo calorI'm hot{phrase}
tengo una preguntaI have a question{phrase}
teniatapeworm{f}
tenidaoutfit (set of clothing){f} [Bolivia, Chile, Peru]
tenidameeting, session{f}
tenientedeputy{m}
tenientehaving, holding{m}
tenientelieutenant{m}
tenistennis{m}
tenis de mesatable tennis, ping pong{m}
tenistatennis player{mf}
TennesseeTennessee{prop}
TenochtitlánTenochtitlan{prop}
tensarto tense{v}
tensióntension{f}
tensión superficialsurface tension{f}
tensotense{adj}
tensoactivosurfactant{m}
tentacióntemptation{f}
tentaculartentacular{adj}
tentadortempting{adj}
tentarto tempt{v}
tentarto touch{v}
tentativaattempt, trial, experiment{f}
tentativaendeavor{f}
tentativotentative{adj}
tentáculotentacle{m}
tenuefaint, dim, soft{adj}
tenuetenuous, thin, weak{adj}
teocinteteosinte{m} [Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]
teocraciatheocracy{f}
teocráticamentetheocratically{adv}
teocráticotheocratic{adj}
Teodorafemale given name, cognate to Theodora{prop}
Teodoromale given name, cognate to Theodore{prop}
teogónicotheogonic{adj}
teogoníatheogony{f}
teológicotheologic{adj}
teologíatheology{f}
teoríatheory{f}
teoría de conjuntosset theory (mathematical theory of sets){f}
teoría de la relatividadtheory of relativity (special and general relativity considered as unit together){f}
teorematheorem{m}
teorizarto theorize{v}
teosofíatheosophy (religious doctrine){f}
tepalcatepotsherd{m} [Mexico]
tepezcuintlepaca (Agouti paca, large rodent){m} [Mexico, Central America]
tepocatealternative form of atepocate{m} [Mexico]
teporincoalternative form of teporingo{m}
teporingovolcano rabbit{m} [Mexico]
te quieroI love you; I care about you{phrase}
te quiero como la trucha al truchoI love you so much{phrase} [humorous, idiomatic]
tequilatequila{m}
tequilazoaugmentative form of tequila{m}
tequilazo(small amount of alcohol) A tequila shot{m}
tequileríaAn establishment that serves tequila{f}
tequileroOf or pertaining to tequila{adj}
tequilerotequilero{m}
terafimteraphim{m}
terapeutatherapist{mf}
terapiatherapy{f}
-terapiaUsed to form the names of therapies, many of which are two words in English{suffix}
terapia de hormonashormone therapy{n}
terapia físicaphysical therapy{f}
terapéuticatherapeutics{f}
terapéuticatherapy{f}
terapéutica ocupacionaloccupational therapy{f}
terapéuticotherapeutic{adj}
teratónteraton{m}
terato-terato-{prefix}
terbioterbium{m}
terbutanoltert-Butanol{m} [organic compound]
terceraa third (interval){f} [music]
tercera edadold age, retirement age{f} [idiomatic]
tercermundistathird-world{adj}
tercerothird{adj}
tercerothird party{m} [legal]
terceromediator{m}
terciadatertian fever{f} [medicine, also used in the plural]
terciarto divide into thirds{v}
terciariotertiary{adj}
terciarioTertiary{m} [geology]
terciothird{adj}
terciopelovelvet{m}
tercostubborn, obstinate{adj}
Teresafemale given name, cognate to English Teresa{prop}
tergiversarto tergiversate{v}
teóricamentetheoretically{adv}
teóricotheoretical{adj}
teóricotheorist{m}
termalthermal, thermic{adj}
terámetroterametre{m}
terminacióntermination{f}
terminadofinished{adj}
terminaldeadly{adj}
terminalfinal{adj}
terminalclosure{m}
terminalterminal{m}
terminantecategorical{adj}
terminantestrict{adj}
terminarTo end up{v}
terminarTo finish{v}
terminologíaterminology{f}
termitathermite{f} [chemistry]
termitatermite{f}
termómetrothermometer{m}
termodinámicathermodynamics{f}
termodinámicamentethermodynamically{adv}
termodinámicothermodynamic{adj}
termorreguladorthermoregulator{m}
termosferathermosphere{f}
termósferathermosphere{f}
ternarioternary{adj}
terneraveal{f}
ternerocalf; young cow{m}
ternezatenderness{f}
ternoswearword{m} [colloquial]
ternoset of three, trio{m}
ternothree-piece suit{m}
ternuratenderness{f}
teroteruteru{m} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]
terpenoterpene{m} [organic compound]
terpenoideterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
terópodoA theropod: any dinosaur of suborder Theropoda{m}
terquedadobstinacy{f}
terracotaterracotta{f}
terraplenarto terrace{v}
terraplénembankment; fill (on a hillside, etc.){m}
terratenientelandowner{mf}
terrazasidewalk cafe{m}
terrazaterrace{m}
terrazoland portrayed in a landscape{m}
terrícolaEarthling{mf}
terregosoFull of clods or lumps of earth{adj} [of terrain]
terremotoearthquake{m}
terrenalearthly (of the earth){adj}
terrenalterrestrial{adj}
terrenalworldly{adj}
terrenoland{m}
terrestreearthling{adj}
terrestreearthly{adj}
terrestreterrestrial{adj}
terribleterrible{adj}
terriblementeterribly{adv}
territorialterritorial{adj}
territorioterritory{m}
terrónclod, clump of earth{m}
terrónclump, lump [of any other substance]{m}
terrorhorror{m}
terrorterror{m}
terroríficoterrifying, terrific, scary (causing fear){adj}
terrorismoterrorism{m}
terroristaterroristic{adj}
terroristaterrorist{mf}
terráqueoearthling, terraqueous{m}
tersosmooth, polished{adj}
tersosoft{adj}
tertuliaa regular social gathering, a circle{f}
tertulianoguest on a talk show{m}
tertulianoSomeone who goes to a gathering{m}
tesaurothesaurus{m}
tesisthesis{f}
teísmotheism{m}
tesorerotreasurer{m}
tesorothesaurus{m}
tesorotreasure{m}
testtest{m}
teístatheist{mf}
testamentowill, testament{m}
testarto compose a will{v}
testarudostubborn, obstinate{adj}
testículotesticle{m} [anatomy]
test de RorschachRorschach test{m}
testearto test{v} [Argentina, Chile]
testerafaceplate on a horse's bridle{f}
testiculartesticular{adj}
testificarto give evidence{v}
testificarto testify{v}
testigowitness{mf}
testigo oculareyewitness (person who has seen and testify about an event){m}
testiguarto testify, bear witness{v} [obsolete]
testimoniarto give testimony{v}
testimoniotestimony{m}
testosteronatestosterone{f}
tetabreast{f}
tetanipple{f}
tetemess, pickle{m} [South America, colloquial]
teterakettle (for boiling water){f}
teterateapot (vessel for tea){f}
te toca a tiit's your turn{phrase}
tetracenotetracene{m} [organic compound]
tetracloroetilenotetrachloroethylene{m} [organic compound]
tetradecágonotetradecagon{m} [geometry]
tetraedrotetrahedron{m} [geometry]
tetraetilotetraethyl{m}
tetraetílicotetraethyl{adj}
tetragonaltetragonal{adj}
tetrahidrofuranotetrahydrofuran{m} [organic compound]
tetranortriterpenotetranortriterpenoid{m}
tetraterpenotetraterpene{m} [organic compound]
tetraterpenoidetetraterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
tetrazinatetrazine{f} [organic compound]
tetrosatetrose{f} [organic chemistry, carbohydrates]
tetróxidotetroxide{m}
tetudabusty{adj}
tetunTetum (language){m}
TexasTexas{prop}
textiltextile{adj}
textiltextile{m}
textotext{m}
textualexact, precise{adj}
textualtextual{adj}
textualmentetextually{adv}
teyberitayberry{m}
tezcomplexion{f}
tezontletezontle{m}
thetatheta; the Greek letter Θ, θ{f}
Thiarefemale given name, variant of Tiare{prop}
thinnerthinner, paint thinner{m}
thiomersalthimerosal{m} [organic compound]
tiyou, thee (declined form of tú used as the object of a preposition){pron}
tianguerafeminine form of tianguero{f}
tiangueroA vendor located in a tianguis; a marketeer{m} [Mexico]
tianguismarket{m} [Mexico]
tianguistaA vendor located in a tianguis; a marketeer{mf} [Mexico]
tiaraa turban, especially that worn by ancient Persian kings{f} [historical]
tiaratiara (all senses){f}
Tiarefemale given name{prop}
tibetanoTibetan{adj}
tibetanoTibetan{m}
tibiatibia{f} [anatomy]
tibiezatepidness, lukewarmness{f}
tibiezawarmth (of character){f}
tibiolukewarm{adj}
tiburónshark{m}
tiburón ballenawhale shark{m}
tiburón blancogreat white shark{m}
tiburón de puntas negrasblacktip reef shark{m}
tiburón makomako shark{m}
tiburón martillohammerhead shark{m}
tiburón torobull shark{m}
tiburón zorrobigeye thresher{m}
tictick (sound){m}
tictick, tic (movement){m}
tictick (written mark){m}
tictactick tock{interj}
tictaquearTo ticktock; to tick{v}
tió de Nadala tió de Nadal{m}
tiempotense{m}
tiempotime{m}
tiempoweather{m}
Tiempo Universal CoordinadoCoordinated Universal Time (UTC){prop}
tiendashop, store{f}
tiendatent{f}
tienda por departamentosdepartment store{f}
tientaprobe{f}
tientasmartness{f}
tiernamentetenderly{adv}
tiernogreen, unripe (vegetables){adj} [Chile, Ecuador]
tiernosoft, delicate{adj}
tiernotender, affectionate{adj}
tiernotender (meat, etc.){adj}
tiernotender, young{adj}
tierraA nation or province{f}
tierraland, as opposed to the sea{f}
tierrasoil, earth{f}
TierraEarth{prop}
Tierra FirmaFormer name of the Isthmus of Panama{prop}
tiesoerect, hard, stiff (having an erect penis; translates in some contexts to erection, boner, stiffy){adj} [slang]
tiesostarched, formal{adj}
tiesostiff, rigid{adj}
tiestoany earthenware fragment{m}
tiestoflowerpot{m}
TiflisTbilisi (the capital city of Georgia (the country)){prop}
tifónwaterspout{m}
tifóntyphoon, tropical cyclone{m} [weather]
TifónTyphon{prop} [Greek mythology]
tifustyphus{m} [pathology]
tigretiger{m}
tigresatigress (female tiger){f} [zoology]
tigriñaTigrinya{prop}
tijerascissors{f}
tijeretaearwig{f}
tilalinden flower{f}
tilalinden flower tea{f}
tilalinden (tree){f}
tilacinothylacine{m}
tilacoidethylakoid{m} [cytology]
tilcuateA kind of black snake{m} [Mexico]
tildarto declare or brand as; to stigmatize{v}
tildarto tilde, to put a tilde over{v}
tildarsehang (of a computer, to stop working){v} [informal]
tildarseto go into a trance, a stupor{v} [informal]
tildeaccent mark{mf}
tildecriticism, censure{mf}
tildetilde{mf}
tilmaAn indigenous outer garment worn by men. Worn on the front like a long apron, or fastened over the shoulders as a cloak{f} [historical, Mexico]
tilobasswood{m}
timarto fraud{v}
timarto swindle{v}
timbrarto postmark{v}
timbrarto ring, to make sound a ring{v}
timbrarto seal{v}
timbrarto stamp{v}
timbrebell{m}
timbredoorbell{m}
timbrepostmark{m}
timbreseal{m}
timbrestamp{m}
timbretimbre{m}
timidezshyness{f}
timidilatothymidylate{m} [organic compound]
timidinathymidine{f} [organic compound]
timidílicothymidylic{adj}
timinathymine{f} [organic compound]
TimișoaraTimișoara{prop}
timónsteering wheel{m} [Cuba, Honduras, Colombia, Nicaragua]
timóndrawbar{m}
timónrudder{m}
timorip-off, scam{m}
timolthymol{m} [organic compound]
timololtimolol{m}
timonelcox{m} [rowing]
timorenseEast Timorese{adj}
timorenseEast Timorese{mf}
Timor OrientalEast Timor{prop}
TimoteoTimothy{prop} [biblical character]
Timoteomale given name{prop}
tinalarge earthenware jar{f}
tinatub, bathtub{f}
tinavat{f}
tinajaan earthenware jar{f}
tinajaa tinaja{f} [Latin America]
tincarto please, to be pleasing, to fancy (would like to){vp} [Chile, colloquial]
tincarto think, believe{vp} [Chile, colloquial]
tingaA typical Mexican dish made with shredded meat{f}
tingeEurasian eagle owl{m}
tinieblasdarkness{fp} [poetic]
tintaink{f}
tinta chinaIndian ink{f}
tinteroinkwell{m}
tintinearto jingle{v}
tintodark red (wine){adj}
tinto de veranotinto de verano{m}
tintoreríadry cleaner (shop){f}
tinturacolouring, dye{f}
tinturadyeing (the process){f}
tioconazoltioconazole{m} [organic compound]
tiofenothiophene{m} [organic compound]
tiorredoxinathioredoxin{f} [enzyme]
tiosulfatothiosulfate{m}
tiovivocarousel, merry-go-round (pleasure ride consisting of a slowly revolving circular platform affixed with various types of seats){m} [Spain]
tioxantonathioxanthone{f} [organic compound]
tipafeminine form of tipo, woman{f} [colloquial]
tipazoa physically attractive person{m} [colloquial]
tipazoa very attractive body{m} [of a person, colloquial]
tipejojerk (ridiculous guy){m} [pejorative]
tipificarto classify, typify, categorize{v}
tiplesingle-piece mast{m} [nautical]
tiplesoprano, treble (voice, singer){m}
tipletreble guitar, a small plucked stringed instrument of the guitar family, used in the traditional musics of Spain and various Latin American nations{m}
tipletreble guitar player{m}
tipoguy, dude{m} [colloquial]
tipokind, type{m}
tiporate, rate of interest{m}
tipografíatypography{f}
tipográficotypographic, typographical{adj}
tipológicotypological{adj}
tiquismiquisfussy{adj}
tiquismiquisa fusspot; fussy person{m}
tiquismiquisexaggerated courtesies, affected mannerisms{m}
tiquismiquisfinickiness{m}
tiqui-tacatiki-taka (quick one-touch football, involving short passes and movements){m} [soccer]
tiratie, ribbon{f}
tiracop{m} [Chile, Argentina, colloquial]
tirachinasslingshot{m}
tira cómicaA strip cartoon or comic strip{f} [comics]
tiradaedition{f}
tiradashooting{f}
tiradathrow{f}
tiradorshooter, rifleman{m}
tiradorafeminine form of tirador{f}
tiragomasslingshot{m}
tiraníatyranny{f}
TiranaTirana{prop}
tiranizarto bully{v}
tiranizarto tyrannize{v}
tiranolike a tyrant; tyrannous; tyrannical{adj}
tiranotyrant{m}
tiranosauriotyrannosaurus{m}
tirantestrap{m}
tirarto attract{vi}
tirarto be somewhat{vi}
tirarto manage; to get by{vi}
tirarto pull{vi}
tirarto shoot{vi}
tirarto spend time{vr} [colloquial]
tirarto throw oneself{vr}
tirarTo fuck{v} [Spain, vulgar]
tirarto knock over; to knock down{vt}
tirarto print{vt}
tirarto shoot; to launch{vt}
tirarto take (a photograph){vt}
tirarto throw{vt}
tirarto throw out{vt}
tirar la casa por la ventanato push the boat out{v} [idiomatic]
tirar la toallaTo throw in the towel; to give up; to quit{v} [idiomatic]
tiritaband-aid, sticking plaster, Elastoplast{f}
tiritarto shiver{v}
tirónskill, string to one's bow{m}
tiróntug, pull, jerk{m}
tiránicamentetyrannically{adv}
tiránicotyrannical{adj}
tiroshot (with a gun){m}
tiroshot{m} [soccer]
tiroteam (of horses){m}
tiro al arcoarchery{m}
tiro con arcoarchery{m}
tiroidectomíathyroidectomy{f} [surgery]
tironearto yank (pull quickly and strongly){v}
tirosinatyrosine{f} [amino acid]
tirosinasatyrosinase{f} [enzyme]
tiroteogunfight{m}
tirotropinathyrotropin, thyroid-stimulating hormone{f} [hormone]
tiroxinathyroxine{f} [hormone]
tisulartissular; of or pertaining to tissue{adj}
titatheta; the Greek letter Θ, θ{f}
titaniotitanium{m}
titichick (young lady){f} [slang, regional]
titilarto quiver{v}
titilarto titillate{v}
titilarto twinkle{v}
titipuchalload, ton, large quantity{m}
titiriteropuppeteer{m}
titiriterotightrope walker{m}
titántitan{m}
titánvery large crane (lifting device){m}
titánicotitanic, enormous{adj}
TitoTitus; the Epistle to Titus{prop} [biblical character]
Titomale given name{prop}
titrarto titrate{v} [chemistry]
titubearto stutter{v}
titulaciónqualification{f}
tituladotitled{adj}
tituladotitleholder{m}
titulartitular{adj}
titularheadline{m}
titularto entitle{v}
titularto title{v}
tizaa piece of chalk{f}
tizachalk{f}
tiznarto tarnish{v} [figuratively]
tiznarto blacken, to soil with soot{v}
tiznarto soil, to stain{v}
tiznarseto get drunk{vr} [Central America, Argentina]
tiznarseto become soiled or stained{vr}
tiznarseto become tarnished{vr}
TLTlaxcala (Mexican state){abbr}
tlacuacheopossum{m} [Mexico]
tlalcoyoteAmerican badger, Taxidea taxus{m}
tlapaleríahardware store, paint store{f} [Mexico]
tlapalerohardware dealer, the owner or employee of a tlapalería (hardware store or paint store){m}
TlaxcalaA state of Mexico{prop}
tlaxcaltecaOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Tlaxcala{adj}
tlaxcaltecaAn inhabitant or a resident of the Mexican state of Tlaxcala{mf}
tlazoltrash, garbage{m} [dialectal, Mexico]
tlazolforage, fodder, especially that made from cropped cane{m} [Mexico]
TLCTratado de Libre Comercio{initialism}
TLCANTratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte; NAFTA{initialism}
TMA“tristeza y muerte de agave”: a blight that has reduced the production of the agave grown to produce tequila{initialism}
Támesisthe Thames river{prop}
tímidamentetimidly{adv}
tímidotimid{adj}
témpanoiceberg{m}
tímpanodrum{m}
tímpanoeardrum{m}
témpano de hieloiceberg{m}
tándempair{m}
tándemtandem bicycle{m}
túneltunnel{m}
tónertoner (powder){m}
TúnezTunis{prop}
TúnezTunisia (Republic of Tunisia){prop}
tónicatonic{f}
túnicatunic{f}
tónicotonic{adj}
túnicoWoman's dress{m}
tántalotantalum{m}
tíoFriend, mate, pal, old stick{m} [colloquial, Spain]
tíoUnknown male person, dude, guy{m} [colloquial, Spain]
tíouncle; the brother or sibling of any of both parents{m}
tío abuelogreat-uncle{m}
toallatowel{f}
toallerotowel rail{m}
tobilloankle{m}
tobobucket or container{m} [Venezuela]
tobogánslide (toy for children){m}
TOCtorno obsesivo-compulsivo{initialism}
tocadiscosrecord player{m}
tocadoheaddress{n}
tocadordressing table{m}
tocapelotaspain in the ass{m} [colloquial]
tocarto be someone’s time or turn{vp} [context]
tocarto be the next{vp} [context]
tocartocar el timbre (o la campana) — to ring the bell{v}
tocartocar la bocina (o el claxon) — to honk{v}
tocartocar la puerta (o ventana) — to knock on the door (or window){v}
tocarto play (a musical instrument){v}
tocarto touch{v}
tocar las pelotasto bug, get on someone's nerves, be a pain in the ass{v} [colloquial, idiomatic]
tocayafeminine form of tocayo{f}
tocayonamesake (person having the same name){m}
tocinobacon{m}
tocinosalt pork{m}
todasplural of toda; all, all of{adj}
todavíaeven, still{adv}
todavíanot yet (plus "no"){adv}
todavíastill, yet{adv}
todoall{adj}
todo lo demáseverything else{pron}
todopoderosoalmighty{adj}
todosplural of todo; all, all of{adj}
todos y cada unoeach and every one{adj}
todoterrenoATV; four-wheel drive vehicle{m}
tofutofu{m}
TogoTogo{prop}
togolésTogolese{adj}
togolésTogolese{m}
TokioTokyo (capital city of Japan){prop}
toldarto cover with an awning{v}
toldoawning{m}
toledanoFrom Toledo{adj}
toledanoSomeone from Toledo{m}
toledotoilet{m} [slang]
tolerabletolerable{adj}
toleranciatolerance{f}
tolerantetolerant{adj}
tolerarto endure{v}
tolerarto tolerate{v}
tolinatholin{f} [organic compound]
tollerto remove{v}
tollónnarrow pass or road{m}
tollóntoyon{m} [plants]
toloachetoloache{m}
toluenotoluene{m} [organic compound]
toluidinatoluidine{f} [organic compound]
tomaconquest, capture{f}
tomarecording{f}
-tomafeminine form of -tomo{suffix}
-tomía-tomy{suffix}
tomadorpickpocket{mf} [colloquial]
tomadortaker; receiver; retriever{mf}
tomarTo drink, have (especially an alcoholic beverage){v}
tomarTo take{v}
tomarTo travel by means of{v}
tomar a pechoto take to heart{v} [idiomatic]
tomar el peloto make a fool of somebody, kid, wind up{v} [idiomatic]
tomar el toro por los cuernosto take the bull by the horns{v} [idiomatic]
tomar en cuentaTo take into account; to keep in mind.{v} [idiomatic]
tomar la palabraTo take somebody's word for it; to believe what somebody says.{v} [idiomatic]
tomar por culoto take it up the ass{v} [idiomatic, vulgar]
tomar por culoTo fuck, screw (disregard){v} [idiom, vulgar]
Tomasafemale given name, feminine form of Tomás ( Thomas){prop}
tomatetomatillo{m} [Mexico]
tomatetomato (fruit){m}
tomatetomato (plant){m}
tomate cherrycherry tomato{m}
tío maternomaternal uncle (brother of someone’s mother){m}
tomavistascine camera{m}
tombocop{m} [slang]
tomillothyme{m}
tomínA Spanish coin equivalent to one third of an adarme or one eighth of a castellano{m} [historical]
tomínA type of silver coin used in the Americas in times of Spanish colonialism{m} [historical]
tomotome, volume{m}
-tomo-tome{suffix}
tomografíatomography{f}
Tomásmale given name{prop}
TomásThomas, the apostle{prop}
tonelbarrel{m}
toneladaton{f}
TongaTonga{prop}
tonganoTongan{adj}
tonganoTongan{m}
tongofraud{m} [colloquial, South America]
tonotone{m}
tonoplastotonoplast{m} [cytology]
tonsilolitotonsillolith{m}
tontearto flirt{v}
tonteríanonsense{f}
tonteríasomething of little consequence{f}
tonteríasomething that is dumb{f}
tontinatontine{f}
tontón(augmentative of) tonto; very stupid{adj}
tontosilly or foolish{adj}
tontostupid{adj}
tontoA fool, a stupid person{m}
topaciotopaz{m}
toparto come across, encounter{vt}
toparto knock against, hit, strike, touch{vt}
tío paternopaternal uncle (brother of someone’s father){m}
tope(boats) masthead, lookout{m}
topebutt, end, butt end{m}
topecollision{m}
topespeed bump{m} [Mexico]
topequarrel, fight{m}
tope(railway) buffer, bumper{m}
topereinforcement{m}
topestop, catch, snag (also figuratively){m}
topetop, limit{m}
topetadabutt (sudden thrust from an animal){f}
topetarto butt (to suddenly thrust with the head){v}
topetazobutt (sudden thrust from an animal){m}
topógrafafeminine form of topógrafo{f}
topógrafotopographer{m}
topiramatotopiramate{m} [organic compound]
topónimoplacename{m}
topomole (spy){m}
topomole (the animal){m}
topografíatopography{f}
topográficotopographic{adj}
topoisomerasatopoisomerase{f} [enzyme]
topolectotopolect{m} [linguistics]
topologíatopology{f}
toquestroke{m}
toquetoke{m}
toquetouch{m}
toquewhiff{m}
toque de quedacurfew{m}
toquetearto touch up{v} [colloquial]
toquetearto handle; fiddle (with){v}
toquitoqui{mf}
toracotomíathoracotomy{f} [medical]
torbellinowhirlwind{m}
torcerto bend{v}
torcerto sprain{v}
torcerto twist{v}
torcerseto twist, to bend{v}
torcidawick{f}
torcidocross-eyed{adj}
torcidotorqued{adj}
torcidotwisted; askew{adj}
torcidounlucky{adj}
torcidowinding{adj}
torcidotwist or curl{m}
tordowith skin patterned in white and black patches{adj} [of horses]
tordothrush (kind of bird); species Turdus musicus{m}
toreadortoreador{m} [bullfighting]
torearto fight a bull{v} [bullfighting]
torearto banter, to tease{v}
torearto send the bulls to the cows{v}
torearto yap (of a dog){v}
toreotauromachy, bullfighting{m} [bullfighting]
torerotorero, bullfighter, toreador{m} [bullfighting]
toriothorium{m}
tormentastorm, thunderstorm, lightning storm{f}
tormenta de polvoduststorm{f} [weather]
tormenta ígneafirestorm{n}
tornadotornado{m}
tornarto come back{vi}
tornarto revive (to recover from a state of unconsciousness){vi}
tornarto do again{vi} [
tornarto change{vt}
tornarto put back{vt}
tornarto return{vt}
tornasoliridescence{m}
tornasollitmus{m}
tornasolsunflower{m}
tornearto turn (as on a lathe){v}
torneotournament{m}
tornilloscrew (fastener){m}
torniquetetourniquet (bandage){m}
torniqueteturnstile{m}
tornoa lathe{m}
torobull{m}
torotorus{m} [geometry, architecture]
toroidetoroid{m} [geometry]
toronjagrapefruit{f}
toronjillemon balm{m}
torozónannoyance{m}
torozónworry{m}
torpeclumsy{adj}
torpedishonest{adj}
torpeugly{adj}
torpedearto torpedo{v}
torpederoshortstop{f} [baseball]
torpederotorpedo boat{f}
torpederotorpedo bomber{f}
torpedotorpedo (fish){m}
torpedotorpedo (weapon){m}
torpezaawkwardness{f}
torpezablunder{f}
torrarto toast{v} [cooking]
torrarto toast, roast (become unbearably hot){v}
torrerook{f} [chess]
torreskyscraper{f}
torretower{f}
Torre de Babelthe Tower of Babel{prop} [biblical]
torre EiffelEiffel Tower{n}
torrejaslice{f} [Chile]
torrejafrench toast{f} [Latin America]
torrenteflood{m}
torrentestream{m}
torrentetorrent{m}
torrente sanguíneobloodstream{m}
TorresSpanish surname{prop}
tortaA cake{f}
tortaA tart{f}
tortaA sandwich on a roll{f} [Mexico]
tortaslap in the face, cuff on the ear{f} [Spain, colloquial]
torta marmoladamarble cake{f}
torteríaA shop / store which sells tortas{f}
tortillatortilla{f} [Mexico and Central America]
tortillaomelette{f} [Spain and most Hispanic countries]
tortilleradyke{f} [colloquial, pejorative, Spain]
tortillerafemale tortilla seller; tortilla maker{f} [Latin America]
tortilleríaA store which sells tortillas{f}
tortilleroOf or relating to tortillas{adj}
tortilleroA round dish used to store tortillas{m}
tortillerotortilla seller; tortilla maker{m} [Latin America]
tortillitadiminutive form of tortilla{f}
tortitapancake{f}
tortuga(de tierra) tortoise{f}
tortuga(marina, acuática) turtle{f}
tortuosowinding, tortuous{adj}
torturatorture{f}
torturadortorturer{m}
torturarto torture{v}
torundaswab{f}
tosa cough{f}
toscocoarse, rough{adj}
toscocrude{adj}
toscouncouth{adj}
toscotartar{f} [dental hygiene]
toscotuff{f} [geology]
toserto cough{v}
tosferinawhooping cough{f}
tosquedadcrudeness{f}
tostadaa slice of toast{f}
tostadortoaster{m}
tostadoratoaster{f}
tostarto toast; to brown by cooking{v}
tostónfried slice of unripe plantain{m}
totaltotal, complete{adj}
totalidadwhole{f}
totalizadoradding-up, totalling{adj}
totalizadortotalizator{m}
totalizadortotalizer{m}
totalizarto totalize{v}
totalmentetotally{adv}
totemismototemism{m}
totémicototemic{adj}
totolturkey{m} [Mexico]
totolafeminine form of totol; a turkey hen{f}
TotonicapánA department of Guatemala{prop}
totopobaked corn tortilla, especially in the form of a chip or crisp{m} [Central America, Mexico]
totopostealternative form of totopo{m} [rare]
totorabulrush{f}
toxicidadtoxicity{f}
toxicólogotoxicologist{m}
toxicómanaA person with a pathological desire for intoxicants; a drug addict{f}
toxicómanoOne who has a pathological desire for intoxicants; a drug addict{m}
toxicologíatoxicology{f}
toxicomaníaAn irrational desire for intoxicants; toxicomania{f}
toxinatoxin{f}
tozudamenteobstinately{adv}
tozudoobstinate{adj}
tápaloa coarse-threaded shawl or mantle used in Mexico{m}
típicamentetypically{adv}
típicotypical{adj}
tópicoclichéd{adj}
tópicotopical{adj}
tópicocliché{m}
tópicosubject, topic{m}
TQMte quiero mucho (I love you a lot){abbr}
trabajadorhard-working{adj}
trabajadorworker{m}
trabajarto suffer{v} [obsolete]
trabajarto work, labour{v}
trabajitodiminutive form of trabajo{m}
trabajowork{m} [physics]
trabajowork{m}
trabajo de chinosA lot of work; difficult or long-term work. (Literally, Chinese work.){m} [idiomatic]
trabajo forzado(UK) forced labour. (US)) forced labor{m}
trabajosamentelaboriously, arduously, toilsomely (requiring much work){adv}
trabajosolaborious, arduous{adj}
trabalenguastongue-twister{m}
trabarto connect{v}
trabarto obstruct{v}
trabuquetetrebuchet{m}
traccióntraction{f}
traceurtraceur{m}
tractoa stretch{m}
tractotract{m}
tractortractor{m}
traídabringing{f}
tríadatriad{f}
tradicióntradition{f}
tradicionaltraditional{adj}
tradicionalmentetraditionally{adv}
traídoused, worn{adj} [mainly of clothing]
traído por los pelosfar-fetched, unlikely{adj}
traduccióntranslation{f}
traduccionaltranslationary{adj}
traducidotranslated{adj}
traducirto translate{v}
traductortranslating{adj}
traductortranslator{m}
traerto attract, to draw, to pull{v}
traerto bring{v}
traerto bring about, to cause, to occasion{v}
traerto bring forward, to advance, to adduce{v}
traerto cause to be, to have in a certain condition{v}
traerto have, to carry (in a publication, in stock){v}
traerto include (have as a component, part, accessory or ingredient){v}
traerto make, to compel, to oblige{v}
traerto persuade{v}
traerto wear (short form of traer puesto){v}
traficantedealing{adj}
traficantedealer (drugs){mf}
traficantetrafficker (illegal){mf}
traficarto smuggle{v} [Latin America]
traficarto traffic (illegal trade or exchange of goods){v} [Latin America]
tragadorcumslut{m}
tragadorswallower{m}
tragafuegosfirebreather{m}
tragaluzskylight{m}
tragamonedasslot machine; fruit machine{m}
tragaperrasslot machine; fruit machine{m}
tragarand to gulp{vtr}
tragarand to swallow{vtr}
tragasablessword-swallower{mf}
tragediaa tragedy play{f} [drama]
tragediatragedy, catastrophe{f}
tragóneating much food{adj}
tragóngreedy{adj}
trago(alcoholic) drink{m}
tragobooze{m}
tragogulp{m}
traicióntreason{f}
traicionarto betray{v}
traicionerotraitorous{adj}
traidortraitorous{adj}
traidorunpredictable{adj}
traidortraitor{m}
traidorafeminine form of traidor{f}
trajesuit, dress{m}
traje acuáticowetsuit{m}
trajebañoone-piece swimsuit{m} [rare]
traje de bañobathing suit, swimsuit{n}
trajinarto use (in everyday life), to wear{v} [Chile]
trajinarto transport{v}
trajíneveryday use, wear{m} [Chile]
trajíncoming and going{m}
trajínwork{m}
traíllaleash{f}
tramarto scheme or plot{v}
tramitarto request, ask for, solicit (through a paper){v} [bureaucracy]
tramitarto deal with{v}
tramosection, stretch (segment of a journey or route){m}
tramoyaracket, scam, scheme{f}
tramoyaThe stage machinery, or a piece thereof{f} [theater]
tramoyistacon artist{mf}
tramoyistastagehand{mf}
trampacheating{f}
trampafiddle{f}
trampatrap{f}
trampearto cheat{v}
tramperotrapper (one who traps animals){m}
trampolíntrampoline{m} [gymnastics]
trampolínspringboard{m} [sports]
trampolíntrampoline{m}
tramposocheating{adj}
tramposodeceitful{adj}
tramposocheat, cheater (someone who cheats){m}
trancabar used to keep closed a door{f}
trancathick bar of wood{f}
trancarto lock{v}
tranquilamentecalmly{adv}
tranquilidadtranquility{f}
tranquilizantetranquilizing{adj}
tranquilizantetranquilizer{m}
tranquilizarto calm{v}
tranquilizarto sedate{v}
tranquilloknack{m}
tranquilocalm, peaceful, tranquil{adj}
tranquilorelax!{interj}
trans-trans-{prefix}
transaccióntransaction{f}
transaminasatransaminase{f} [enzyme]
transarto compromise{v}
transatlánticotransatlantic{adj}
transbordadorferry{m}
transbordarto transfer{v}
transcribirto transcribe{v}
transcripcióntranscription{m} [linguistics, genetics]
transcriptasatranscriptase{f} [enzyme]
transcurrirto elapse{v}
transcurrirto pass by{v}
transcursocourse, passing{m}
transectotransect{m}
transeúntebystander{mf}
transeúntepasser-by{mf}
transeúntetransient, nonresident{mf}
transferasatransferase{f} [enzyme]
transferenciatransfer{f}
transferibilidadtransferability{f}
transferirto transfer{v}
transferrinatransferrin{f} [protein]
transfigurarto transfigure{v}
transformacióntransformation{f}
transformación lineallinear transformation{f} [linear algebra]
transformadortransforming{adj}
transformadortransformer (a device that changes the characteristics of AC electricity){m}
transformarto transform{v}
transfusióntransfusion, blood transfusion{f}
transfusión de sangreblood transfusion{f}
transglutaminasatransglutaminase{f} [enzyme]
transgredirto transgress{v}
transhidrogenasatranshydrogenase{f} [enzyme]
transicióntransition{f}
TransilvaniaTransylvania{prop}
transitarto travel, transit{v}
transitivamentetransitively{adv}
transitivotransitive{adj}
translúcidotranslucent (allowing light to pass through scattering it){adj}
transliteracióntransliteration{f}
transliterarto transliterate{v}
translocacióntranslocation{f} [genetics]
transmembranaltransmembranal{adj}
transmisiónbroadcast{f}
transmisortransmitter{m}
transmitirto transmit{v}
transmontanotransmontane{adj}
transmutacióntransmutation{f}
transmutarto transmute (to change one thing into another){vit}
TransnistriaTransnistria{prop}
transparenciatransparency{f}
transparentarto make transparent{v}
transparentetransparent{adj}
transpeptidasatranspeptidase{f} [enzyme]
transpirarto transpire{v}
transplantaralternative form of trasplantar{v} [rare, perhaps nonstandard]
transplantetransplant{m}
transplantetransplantation{m}
transponerto disappear from view{vp}
transponerto transpose{vt} [music]
transponerto move{vt}
transponerto transplant (move plants from one place to another){vt}
transportabletransportable{adj}
transportacióntransportation{f}
transportadortransporting{adj}
transportadorcarrier, conveyor{m}
transportadorprotractor{m}
transportarto transpose{v} [music]
transportarto transport{v}
transportetransport{m}
transporte públicopublic transit{n}
transportista(of a person) transporting{adj}
transposóntransposon{m}
transvasarto decant{v}
transversaltransversal{adj}
transversaltransversal{f}
transversotransverse{adj}
tranvíatram{m}
trapearto mop{v}
trapeciotrapezoid{m} [geometry]
trapeciotrapezius{m} [muscle]
trapeciotrapezium{m} [skeleton]
trapeciotrapeze{m}
trapezoidetrapezoid (bone){m} [anatomy]
trapezoidetrapezium (irregular quadrilateral){m} [geometry]
trapoany fabric or paper piece for clean, wash or dry (tea towel, dish towel, dish cloth, dust cloth, car towel, damp cloth){m}
trapoany piece of cloth{m}
traporag{m}
traquealtracheal{adj}
traqueostomíatracheostomy{f} [surgery]
traqueotomíatracheotomy{f} [surgery]
traquetearto clatter{v}
tras-alternative form of trans-{prefix}
trasafter{prep}
trasbeyond{prep}
trasatlánticoalternative form of transatlántico{adj}
trasbordadoralternative form of transbordador{m}
trasbordaralternative form of transbordar{v}
trascartónImmediately after{adv}
trascendenciaimportance{f}
trascendenciatranscendence{f}
trascendentaltranscendental{adj}
trascenderto transcend, to go beyond{vi}
trascribiralternative form of transcribir{v}
trascripciónalternative form of transcripción{f}
trascurriralternative form of transcurrir{v}
trascursoalternative form of transcurso{m}
trasegarTo tope, booze (drink alcohol excessively){v}
trasegarTo transfer (liquid from one container to another){v}
traseritodiminutive form of trasero{m}
traseroback, back-side, rear-side, posterior{adj}
traserobutt{m} [slang, anatomy]
trasferenciaalternative form of transferencia{f}
trasferiralternative form of transferir{v}
trasfiguraralternative form of transfigurar{v}
trasfondobackground{m}
trasformaciónalternative form of transformación{f}
trasformadoralternative form of transformador{adj}
trasformadoralternative form of transformador{m}
trasformaralternative form of transformar{v}
trasfusiónalternative form of transfusión{f}
trasgrediralternative form of transgredir{v}
trashumantemigratory{adj}
trashumantetranshumant (moving from winter to summer paste){adj}
trasiegohustle and bustle{m}
trasiegotransfer{m}
traslacióntranslation{f} [physics, geometry]
trasladarto copy, to transcribe{v}
trasladarto move{v}
trasladarto transfer{v}
trasladarto translate{v}
trasladarto transmit{v}
trasladocopy{m}
trasladomove, removal{m}
trasladotransfer{m}
traslaparto overlap{v}
traslúcidoalternative form of translúcido{adj}
traslucirseto show (through){v}
trasmisiónalternative form of transmisión{f}
trasmitiralternative form of transmitir{v}
trasmontanoalternative form of transmontano{adj}
trasmutaciónalternative form of transmutación{f}
trasmutaralternative form of transmutar{v}
trasnocharto stay awake all night{v}
trasparenciaalternative form of transparencia{f}
trasparentaralternative form of transparentar{v}
trasparentealternative form of transparente{adj}
traspasarto overstep (limits){v}
traspasarto penetrate{v}
traspasarto pierce{v}
traspasarto transfer{v}
traspasarto violate (rules, laws etc){v}
traspasopassing, crossing{m}
traspasopiercing{m}
traspasotransfer{m}
traspasotransgression, violation{m}
traspasotrespass{m}
traspatiobackyard{m}
traspiraralternative form of transpirar{v}
trasplantarto transplant{v}
trasplantetransplant{m}
trasponeralternative form of transponer{v}
trasportaciónalternative form of transportación{f}
trasportadoralternative form of transportador{adj}
trasportadoralternative form of transportador{m}
trasportaralternative form of transportar{v}
trasportealternative form of transporte{m}
trasquiladoruined, damaged, screwed up, fleeced{adj} [colloquial]
trasquilarto shear{v}
trastabillarTo stumble{v}
trastabillarTo stutter, stammer{v}
trastiendabackroom (room located in the rear of a shop){f}
trastopiece of furniture{m}
trastoutensil{m}
trastocarto upset, unsettle{vt}
trastornadocrazy{adj}
trastornadodisordered, disturbed{adj}
trastornarto drive crazy, insane{v}
trastornarto upset{v}
trastornodisturbance, disorder{m}
trastorno bipolarbipolar disorder{m}
trasvasaralternative form of transvasar{v}
trasversalalternative form of transversal{adj}
trasversoalternative form of transverso{adj}
tratatrade, slave trade{f}
tratabletractable, sociable{adj}
tratadotreaty{m}
tratamientotreatment{m}
tratarto be about{v}
tratarto treat{v}
tratarto try{v}
tratobehaviour{m}
tratodeal{m}
tratotreatment{m}
traumatrauma{m}
traumatizarto traumatize{v}
traumatologíatraumatology (branch of medicine){f}
traumáticotraumatic{adj}
travesíatraverse, crossing{f}
travesíatrip, journey{f}
travesañocrossbeam{f} [architecture]
travesañorung of a ladder{f}
travesañocrossbar{f} [sport]
travestítransvestite{mf}
travestitransvestite{mf}
travesuraprank{f}
traviesonaughty, mischievous{adj}
traviesoplayful; suggesting mirth or fun{adj}
travésbent (unusual){m}
tóraxthorax{m} [anatomy]
trayectoroute{m}
trayectoriasequence of events of a professional career, artistic career, a social group, a war, etc{f}
trayectoriatrajectory{f}
trazadorplotter (type of printer){m} [computing]
trazadordesigner, planner{m}
trazadortracer{m} [military]
trazarto draw{vt}
trazarto trace{vt}
trazoline (writing){m}
trazostroke (writing){m}
trébolclub{m} [card games]
trébolclover{m}
tréboltrefoil{m} [heraldiccharge]
tréboltrefoil, shamrock{m}
trícepstriceps{m}
tríceps braquialtriceps brachii{m}
tríceps suraltriceps surae{m}
trebejarto play{v} [rare]
trebejarto romp, frisk, gambol{v}
trebejodiversion, pastime{m} [archaic, obsolete]
trebejojoke, jest{m} [archaic, obsolete]
trebejochess piece{m}
trebejotoy{m}
trebejotool, utensil, instrument{m} [usually, plural]
trecethirteen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
trechodistance, stretch, extension (in space or time){m}
trechoway, trail, walk{m}
treguarest, break{f}
treguatruce{f}
trehalasatrehalase{f} [enzyme]
trehalosatrehalose{f} [carbohydrates]
treintathirty{cardinal num} [cardinal]
treintaytantosthirtysomething{cardinal num}
tremedalquag, quagmire{m}
tremendamentetremendously{adv}
tremendotremendous{adj}
trentrain{m}
tren interurbanocommuter rail{m}
trentónthirtysomething{m}
tren ultraligeroultra light rail{n}
trenzaplait, braid, truss{f}
trenzarTo plait; to braid{v}
treoninathreonine{f} [amino acid]
treosathreose{m} [carbohydrates]
trepadorclimbing{adj}
trepadorcareerist{m}
trepadorclimber{m}
trepadorsocial climber{m}
trepamonosclimbing frame{m}
trepanacióntrepanation{f} [surgery]
treparto climb{v}
trepatroncostreecreeper, better known as the agateador{m}
trepatroncoswoodcreeper{m}
trepidarto vibrate{v}
treprostiniltreprostinil{m} [pharmaceutical drug]
tresthree{cardinal num} [cardinal]
trescientasfeminine form of trescientos{num}
trescientosthree hundred{num}
tres en rayatic-tac-toe, or noughts and crosses{m}
tretatrick{f}
tráfagohustle, bustle{m} [colloquial]
tráfagotiring activities, work{m}
tráfagotraffic{m}
tráficosmuggle{m} [Latin America]
tráficotraffic{m}
tróficotrophic{adj}
trágicamentetragically{adv}
trágicotragic{adj} [drama]
trágicotragic, distressful{adj}
triangulartriangular{adj}
triangularto triangulate{v}
triariotriarius{m} [military of Ancient Rome]
triatletatriathlete{mf}
triatlóntriathlon{m}
triazinatriazine{f} [organic compound]
tribadismotribadism, a form of lesbian intercourse involving the rubbing together of two partners' vulvae{m}
tribaltribal{adj}
tribologíatribology{f}
tributribe{f}
tribunaltribunal{m}
tribunal testamentarioprobate court{n}
tributarto render; to pay tribute to{v}
tricampeónthree-time champion; one who has won a championship three times{m}
tricentésimothree hundredth{adj}
tricicloAny three-wheeled vehicle{m}
triciclotricycle (bicycle with three wheels){m}
tricloroacetatotrichloroacetate{m} [organic compound]
tricloroacéticotrichloroacetic{adj}
tricloroetilenotrichloroethylene{m} [organic compound]
triclosántriclosan{m} [organic compound]
tóricotoric; toroidal{adj}
tricofiliatrichophilia{f}
tricolortricolor (having three colors){adj}
tricolortricolour (flag){m}
tricorniotri-corn hat{m}
tricotómicoPertaining to trichotomy{adj}
tricotomíatrichotomy{f}
tricópterocaddis fly{m}
tricótomotrichotomous{adj}
tridecágonotriskaidecagon, tridecagon{m} [geometry]
tridentetrident (a three-pronged spear){m}
tridimensionalthree-dimensional, tridimensional{adj}
tridisminuidotridiminished{adj} [geometry]
TriesteTrieste (town){prop}
trietilaminatriethylamine{f} [organic compound]
trifenilmetanotriphenylmethane{m} [organic compound]
trifosfatotriphosphate{m} [chemistry]
trifulcapunch-up, ruckus{f}
trifulcaquarrel, row{f}
triglicéridotriglyceride{m} [organic compound]
trigowheat{m}
trigonometríatrigonometry{f} [mathematics]
trigonométricotrigonometric{adj}
trigésimothirtieth{adj}
trigésimothirtieth{m}
trigueñoResembling wheat, wheaten{adj}
trilingüetrilingual{adj}
trillagurnard (fish){f}
trillathreshing{f}
trillarto thresh{v}
trillizotriplet; in a group of three{adj}
trillizotriplet{m}
trillóna quintillion; 1018{m} [cardinal]
trilogíatrilogy{f}
trimestraltrimestral{adj}
trimestretrimester{m}
trimetilpentanotrimethylpentane{m} [organic compound]
trimetoprimatrimethoprim{f} [organic compound]
trimétricotrimetric{adj}
trinarto warble, chirp{v}
trincharto carve{v}
trincheratrench, ditch{f}
trineosledge, sleigh{m}
triángulocontrol arm{m} [automotive]
triángulotriangle{m} [geometry]
triángulotriangle{m} [musical instruments]
triángulo equiláteroequilateral triangle{m} [geometry]
triángulo rectánguloright triangle{m}
trinidadtrinity{f}
trinidadTrinity (in Christianity){prop}
Trinidadfemale given name, referring to the Holy Trinity{prop}
TrinidadTrinidad (island){prop}
Trinidad y TobagoTrinidad and Tobago{prop}
trinitenseTrinidadian and Tobagonian{adj}
trinitenseTrinidadian and Tobagonian{mf}
trinitrofenoltrinitrophenol, picric acid{m} [organic compound]
trinitrotoluenotrinitrotoluene, TNT{m} [organic compound]
trinochirp{m}
triosatriose{f} [organic chemistry]
tripabelly{f}
tripainner tube{f}
tripaintestine, gut{f}
tripatripe{f}
tripastripe{fp} [cooking]
tripletriple{adj}
triple diosaTriple Goddess{f}
triple saltotriple jump{m} [athletics]
triplicarto triplicate; to do something three times{v}
tripsinatrypsin{f} [enzyme]
triptaminatryptamine{f} [organic compound]
triptófanotryptophan{m} [amino acid]
tripulacióncrew or a ship, plane, or other craft{f}
tripuladomanned, crewed{adj}
tripulantecrewmember{mf}
tripularto man{v}
triquetrotriquetrous{n}
triquitraquefirecracker{m}
triquiñuelatrick{f}
triseccióntrisection{f}
tristejoyless{adj}
tristesad{adj}
tristementesadly{adv}
tristementeunfortunately{adv}
tristezasadness{f}
Tristánmale given name, cognate to English Tristan{prop}
triterpenotriterpene{m} [organic compound]
triterpenoidetriterpenoid{m} [organic compound]
triterpénicotriterpenoid{adj}
tritiotritium{m} [isotope]
tritónmerman{m}
trituradorashredder{f}
trituradora de maderawoodchipper{n}
triturarto grind{v}
triunfalismotriumphalism{m}
triunfantetriumphant, victorious{adj}
triunfarto triumph{v}
triunfotriumph{m}
trivialtrivial{adj}
trivializarto trivialize{v}
trióxidotrioxide{m}
trizafragment{f}
térmicathermal{f}
térmicothermal{adj}
términoend{m}
trámiteprocedure, step{m}
tránsfugadeserter{mf}
tránsfugafugitive{mf}
tránsfugaturncoat, traitor{mf}
tránsitotraffic, transit{m}
tríoa group of three{m}
tríotrio, threesome{m}
trocarto barter{v}
trochatrail, narrow path{f}
trocitodiminutive form of trozo, small piece{m}
trocántertrochanter{m} [anatomy]
trocoidetrochoid{f} [geometry]
-trofafeminine form of -trofo{suffix}
trofeotrophy{m}
-trofia-trophy{suffix}
-trofo-troph, -trophic{suffix}
trofozoitotrophozoite{m} [cytology]
trogloditabarbarous, cruel (of a person){adj}
trogloditaOf or pertaining to subterranean life{adj}
trogloditacaveman or cavewoman{mf}
trogloditatroglodyte{mf}
trojA storeroom specifically used to keep olives separately before being ground{f}
trojgarner{f}
trojaA slim bag made of linen cloth{f} [archaic]
trojagarner{f} [archaic]
trojasaddlebag{f} [archaic]
troltroll{m} [fantasy]
trolalie{f}
trolafemale prostitute{f} [slang, South America]
trollalternative spelling of trol{m}
trombawhirlwind, tornado{f}
trombinathrombin{f} [enzyme]
trombóntrombone{m}
trombocitothrombocyte; blood platelet{m}
trombosisthrombosis{f}
tromboxanothromboxane{m} [organic compound]
trombóticothrombotic{adj}
trompatube (especially the Fallopian tube){f} [anatomy]
trompahorn{f} [musici]
trompaproboscis{f}
trompasnout (long, projecting nose, mouth and jaw of a beast){f}
trompatrunk (of an elephant){f}
trompa de FalopioFallopian tube{f} [anatomy]
trompa de los Alpesalphorn{f}
trompe-l'œiltrompe-l'oeil (type of optical illusion){m}
trompetatrumpet{f}
trompetatrumpeter{mf}
trompetistatrumpeter{mf}
trompotop (spinning toy){m}
tronarto thunder{vi} [impersonal]
troncharto crack, to split{v}
troncharto shatter{v}
troncharto snap{v}
troncoguy, dude{m} [colloquial, Spain]
troncotorso{m}
troncotrunk (tree trunk){m}
tronco del encéfalobrain stem{m} [anatomy]
tronerapocket of pool table{f}
tronerasmall window; porthole{f}
tronothrone{m}
tronquitolittle trunk{m}
tropaflock, herd{f} [Latin America]
tropaarmy, troop{f} [military]
tropatroop, crowd{f}
tropecientoszillions{adj}
tropelmob, crowd{m}
tropelsquad, troop{m}
tropelswarm{m}
tropelíaoutrage, abuse, barbarity{f}
troperocowboy{m} [Latin America]
tropezarto get tripped up{vi}
tropezarto trip, stumble, bump into{vi}
tropezarto meet (someone) by chance{vr}
tropezónstumbling{adj}
tropezónstumble, trip (act){m}
tropezónbit of meat or other food found in a stew{m} [usually in plural]
tropezosofalling, stumbling{adj}
tropicaltropical{adj}
tropiezoblunder{m}
tropiezosetback{m}
tropotrope{m} [music, rhetoric]
tropomiosinatropomyosin{f} [protein]
troponinatroponin{f} [protein]
tropopausatropopause{f}
troposferatroposphere{f}
trotamundodrifter, transient{m}
trotamundosglobetrotter{m}
trotarto trot{v}
TroyaTroy{prop}
troyanoTrojan{adj}
trozopiece{m}
trozo de maderawoodchip{n}
trépanodrill bit{m}
trópicoOf, or relating to tropes and their use{adj}
trópicotropic{m} [astronomy, geography]
trópicotropics{m} [geography]
tráqueathroat, windpipe{f}
tórsalotorsalo{m}
tártaroTatar{adj}
tártarotartar{m} [dentistry]
tártarohell{m} [poetic]
tártarotartaric acid{m}
tártaroTatar (person){m}
tártaroTatar (language){prop}
tártaro de CrimeaCrimean Tatar (a Turkic language){prop}
tórtolaturtle dove (bird){f}
tórtola turcaThe collared dove, a bird{f}
tórtololovebird (person){n} [colloquial]
trucartune up, soup up (modify a motor vehicle){v}
truchaqueer{adj} [slang, offensive]
truchatrout{f}
truchomale trout{m} [humorous]
trucotrick{m}
trucos del oficiotricks of the trade{mp} [pluralonly]
truculentodeadly, destructive{adj}
truculentotruculent, cruel, savage{adj}
truenoa clap of thunder{m}
truenoprivet{m} [rare]
truequebarter{m}
trufatruffle (tuber){f}
TrujilloSpanish surname{prop}
truncarto truncate, to cut off{v}
TsjinvalThe capital city of South Ossetia{prop}
tsunamitsunami{m}
tótemtotem{m}
tótemtotem pole{m}
títeremarionette{m}
títerepuppet{m}
títulotitle{m}
tuapocopic form of tuyo Your{adj} [before the noun]
TUTren Urbano, the metro system used in San Juan, Puerto Rico{initialism}
tuberíatubing, piping{f}
tubotube{m}
tubo de ensayotest tube{m}
tubo de escapetailpipe; exhaust pipe{m}
tubo neuralneural tube{m} [anatomy]
tubérculotubercle{m} [anatomy, botany, pathology, mycology]
tubulartubular{adj}
tubulinatubulin{f} [protein]
tucánA toucan{m}
tuercanut (for a bolt){f}
tuertoone-eyed{adj}
tuertoone-eyed person{m}
tufoa wisp (of hair){m}
tufobad breath{m}
tufofoul odor, stench{m}
tuitearto tweet{v} [Internet]
tulapenis{f} [vulgar, Chile]
tuletule (freshwater sedge){m}
tuliothulium{m}
tulipána tulip{m}
tullidocrippled{adj}
tullidoparalyzed{adj}
tullidocripple, handicapped person{m}
tu madreSimilar to the English version, a catch-all retort; shut the fuck up. Literally: your mom{f} [pejorative, slang]
tumbagrave{f}
tumbaburrosdictionary{m} [slang]
tumbadolying down{adj}
tumbarto fall{vi}
tumbarto lie down{vr}
tumbarto knock over, tip (make fall){vt}
tumbarto lay, have sex (with){vt}
tumbarse a la bartolaTo hit the hay; hit the sack{v} [idiomatic]
tumbónlazy{adj} [colloquial]
tumbónsly{adj} [colloquial]
tumbonalounger (chair), sun-lounger, recliner, easy chair, deckchair, beach chair{f}
tumortumor{m}
tumoraltumoral{adj}
tunanopal{f}
tunaprickly pear, the fruit of the nopal cactus (scientific names: genus Opuntia, Opuntia ficus-indica){f}
tunaa college singing group, wearing ornate clothes, called in the Americas estudiantina (see Tuna (music)){f} [Spain]
tunanteloafing{adj}
tunantetricky, deceptive{adj}
tunantecrook{mf}
tunanteloafer{mf}
tundirto mow{v}
tundirto shear{v}
tundirto thrash{v}
tundratundra{f}
tunearTo be crooked or deceitful{v}
tunecinoTunisian{adj}
tunecinoTunisian{m}
tuneladoratunneler (device for making tunnels){f}
tungstenotungsten (chemical element){m}
turanosaturanose{f} [carbohydrates]
turbamob{f}
turbapeat{f}
turbanteturban{m}
turbarto confuse{v}
turbarto disturb{v}
turbinaturbine{f}
turbioturbid{adj}
turbulenciaturbulence{f}
turbulenciaturbulent times{f}
turbulentoturbulent{adj}
turíbulocenser, thurible{m}
turcapenis{f} [Nicaragua, offensive]
turcaTurk{f}
turcoTurkish{adj}
turco(Central America) it is used infrequently to refer to a Turk, but it is most often used to refer to an Arab or a Jew. In general, it is a non-offensive synonym of Sand-Nigger. i.e. "Los Turcos son los dueños de todas las tiendas de tela". Here, 'Turcos' refers to the Arabs. "Los Turcos son los dueños de todas las casas de empeño". Here it refers to the Jews.{m}
turcoTurk{m}
turcothe Turkish language{prop}
turcomanoTurkoman (Turkmen){adj}
turcomanoTurkoman (Turkmen){m}
turismotourism{m}
turismo sexualsex tourism{m}
turistatourist{mf}
TurkmenistánTurkmenistan{prop}
turkmenoTurkmen{adj}
turkmenoTurkmen{m}
turmalinatourmaline{f}
turónpolecat, weasel{m}
turnarto alternate{v}
turnarto take turns{v}
turnarseTo take turns{vr}
turnoduty, guard{m}
turnoshift{m}
turnoturn{m}
turquíTurkish{adj} [obsolete]
TurquíaTurkey (country at intersection of Europe and Asia){prop}
turquearto beat up somebody{v} [Nicaragua, vulgar]
turquesaturquoise{adj}
turquesaturquoise (gemstone){f}
turquesaturquoise (color){f} [uncountable]
turrónA sweet made from almonds. Similar to nougat{m}
turísticotouristic{adj}
tururú(to be) crazy, nuts{adj}
tusarto shear{v} [Latin America]
tusilagocoltsfoot{m}
tutútutu{m}
tuétanomarrowbone{m}
tuétanomarrow, bone marrow{m}
tutearTo address someone informally, with tú, to thou{v}
tutelacustody{f}
tutelatitle{f}
tutelajetutelage{m}
tuteoIn Spanish dialects, the use of the pronoun tú as opposed to vos{m}
tuteoThe use of informal as opposed to polite pronouns{m}
tutosleepiness{m} [Chile, childish]
tutothigh{m} [Chile]
TuvaluTuvalu{prop}
tuvaluanoTuvaluan{adj}
tuvaluanoTuvaluan{m}
tuxtlecoOf or pertaining to the Mexican city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez{adj}
tuyafeminine form of tuyo Yours, your{adj}
tuya(Thuja) thuja{f} [botany]
tuyatuya{f} [geology]
tuyafeminine form of tuyo Yours{pron}
tuya articuladasandarac (Tetraclinis articulata Masters){f} [plant]
tuyasfeminine plural of tuyo Yours, your{adj}
tuyasfeminine plural of tuyo Yours{pron}
tuyoYours, your{adj}
tuyoYours{pron}
tuzagopher{f} [Mexico]
tv(television) TV{f}
TV3Televisio de Catalunya Catalan Public Television{abbr}
TVETV España{abbr}
twittearto tweet{v} [Internet]
twitterotwitterer (someone who uses the microblogging website Twitter){m} [neologism, Internet]
tóxicotoxic{adj}
tzompantlialternative spelling of zompantli{m}