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vThe twenty-third (23rd) letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
VThe 23rd letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
víamethod{f}
víaroad{f}
víatrack, railroad track{f}
víaway{f}
víavia{prep}
vacacow{f}
vacaciónvacation, holiday{f}
vacacionarto go on vacation{vi}
vacacionistavacationer{mf}
vacantevacant; empty{adj}
vacantevacancy; opening (as for a job){f}
vacarícovered in cow hide or leather{adj}
vaca sagradasacred cow{f}
vaciarto empty{v}
vacilaciónvacillation, perplexity, unresolve{f}
vacilarto spy on{v} [colloquial]
vacilarto enjoy (colloquial, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, and Guatemala){v}
vacilarto hesitate, waver{v}
vacíoempty{adj}
vacíovacant{adj}
vacíoempty space; gap{m}
vacíovacuum{m}
vacíovoid{m}
vía crucisWay of the Cross; Via Crucis{m}
vacuamenteemptily{adv}
vacuidadvacuousness{f}
vacunavaccine{f}
vacunaciónvaccination; inoculation{f}
vacunarto vaccinate{v}
vacunobovine{adj}
vacunobovine{m}
vacuoempty; vacant{adj} [dated]
vacuoempty space, gap{m} [dated]
vacuolavacuole{f}
vadearto ford{v}
vadearto wade across{v}
vadoford{m}
vagabundafeminine form of vagabundo{f}
vagabundearto wander{v}
vagabundoroaming{adj}
vagabundostray{adj}
vagabundovagabond{m}
vagabundovagrant{m}
vagamentevaguely{adv}
vagancialaziness{f}
vaganciavagrancy{f}
vagarto roam, to wander{v}
vaginavagina{f}
vaginalvaginal{adj}
vaginalmentevaginally{adv}
vaginoplastiavaginoplasty{f} [surgery]
vagóntrain car{m}
vagolazy{adj}
vagovague{adj}
vagovagabond{m}
vagowanderer{m}
vaguearto lounge{v}
vaguearto wander{v}
vaguedadvagueness{f}
vahídodizziness{m}
vahídodizzy spell{m}
vahídoshort blackout{m}
vahobreath{m}
vahovapor{m}
vainacase, casing{f}
vainahickey{f} [Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, colloquial]
vainathing, gadget{f} [Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, colloquial]
vainapod{f}
vainagreen bean{f} [regional]
vainascabbard, sheath{f}
vainaworthless person{f} [slang]
vainicagreen pea{f}
vainicahemstitch{f}
vainillavanilla (plant or fruit){f}
vainitadiminutive form of vaina, small green bean{f}
vaivénfluctuation{m}
vaivénswaying; rocking{m}
vajilladishes, dishware{f}
vajillasa set of dishes{fp}
valapocopic form of valle valley{m}
valíaworth{f}
valeokay{interj} [only Spain]
valevoucher; IOU{m}
valederovalid (well grounded or justifiable, pertinent){adj}
ValenciaThe letter V in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
ValenciaValencia{prop}
valencianoValencian{adj}
valencianoValencian{m}
valencianoValencian (dialect of Catalan){prop}
valentíacourage{f}
Valentinafemale given name, feminine form of Valentín{prop}
Valentínmale given name, cognate to English Valentine{prop}
valerTo be worth{v}
valeratovalerate{m} [organic compound]
valerosobrave{adj}
valerseto make use of{v}
valeta jack in a deck of cards{m} [card games]
validaciónvalidation{f}
validarto validate{v}
validezvalidity{f}
validopast participle of valer; valued{adj}
validovalued; favored; believed{adj}
validoa valued, favored, trusted or believed person{m}
valientevaliant, brave, courageous{adj}
valientementevaliantly{adv}
valijavalise{f}
valinavaline{f} [amino acid]
valiosovaluable{adj}
valkiriaalternative spelling of valquiria{f}
vallabarricade; fence{f}
vallahurdle{f}
vallaobstacle{f}
vallarto fence in, enclose{v}
vallevalley{m}
vallecanoFrom or of Vallecas, a neighbourhood of Madrid{adj}
vallecanoFrom or of Valle, a department of Honduras{adj}
Valle de los ReyesValley of the Kings{prop}
vallenatovallenato{m} [music]
valorA value (numerical){m}
valorcourage{m}
valorworth{m}
valoraciónvaluation; appraisal{f}
valorarto appraise{v}
valor característicoeigenvalue{m} [linear algebra]
valorizarto give or add value to{vt}
valorizarto value, to appraise{vt}
valor nominalface value, nominal value{m}
valor preestablicidoA default, preset value{m}
valor propioeigenvalue{m} [linear algebra]
valproatovalproate{m} [organic compound]
valproicovalproic{adj}
valquiriaValkyrie{f}
valéricovaleric{adj}
valswaltz{m}
valsarto waltz{v}
valsewaltz{m}
valtarknock down{v}
valtarfall, fall down{vr}
valuarto value{v}
valvularvalvular (of or relating to valves){adj}
vampiraA female vampire{f}
vampiresavampiress{f}
vampiritodiminutive form of vampiro{m}
vampirovampire{m}
vanadiovanadium{m}
vanagloriaboastfulness, vainglory{f}
vanagloriarto boast{v}
vanamentevainly{adv}
vandalismovandalism{m}
vandalizarto vandalize{v}
vandálicovandalic{adj}
Vanefemale given name, nickname of Vanessa{prop}
Vanesafemale given name{prop}
vanguardiaavantgarde{f}
vanguardiavanguard{f}
vanguardistaavant-garde{adj}
vanguardistaa member a the avant-garde{mf}
vanidadnonsense{m}
vanidadpomp{m}
vanidadvanity{m}
vanidosovain{adj}
vanilinavanillin{f} [organic compound]
vanovain{adj}
VanuatuVanuatu{prop}
vanuatuenseVanuatuan{adj}
vanuatuenseVanuatuan{mf}
vaporsteam, vapor (water vapor){m}
vaporizadorvaporizer{m}
vaporizarto vaporize{vt}
vaporosoairy{adj}
vaporosovaporous{adj}
vapulearto thrash{v}
vaqueracowgirl{f}
vaquerocowboy{adj}
vaquerocowboy{m}
vaquerosjeans{mp}
vaquerosplural form of vaquero (cowboy){mp}
vaquillaheifer{f}
varaa long and thin stick, pole or rod{f}
varaa staff of office{f}
vara(obsolete) A unit of length, about 0.836 metre. Half a braza{f}
varathin branch or cane (of a tree or bush){f}
varadobeached{adj}
varadostranded{adj}
vara mágicaa magic wand{f}
vararto beach{v}
vararto run aground{v}
VargasSpanish surname{prop}
variablevariable{adj}
variablevariable{f}
variablementevariably{adv}
variaciónvariation{f}
variadodiverse{adj}
variantevariant{f}
varianzavariance{f}
variarto alter, vary, change{v}
varicelachicken pox{f} [pathology]
varicesvaricose veins{fp}
varicosovaricose{adj}
variedadbreed{f}
variedadvariety{f}
varillaspoke{f}
variovaried{adj}
variovarious{adj}
variosvarious, several{adj}
varitawand{f}
varónperson of male sex{m}
varonilmasculine{adj}
VarsoviaWarsaw (Capital city of Poland){prop}
varsovianoVarsovian{adj}
varsovianoVarsovian{m}
vasallagealternative spelling of vasallaje; vassalage{m}
vasallajevassalage{m}
vasallovassal{m}
vasca(female) Basque person{f}
vascónVascon{adj}
vascónVascon{m}
vascoBasque{adj}
vascoa Basque person{m}
vascothe Basque language{prop}
vascohablanteBasque-speaking{adj}
vascohablanteBasque speaker{mf}
vascuenceof the Basque language{adj}
vascuencethe Basque language{m}
vascularvascular{adj}
vasectomíavasectomy{f} [surgery]
vasijavessel{f}
vasito(small) glass{m}
vasodrinking glass{m}
vasoglassful{m}
vasovessel (container){m}
vasovessel (craft){m}
vasovessel (tube or canal that carries fluid in an animal or plant){m}
vasoactivovasoactive{adj}
vaso de precipitadosAny kind of beaker, or similar glass container used in a chemical laboratory{m}
vasovasostomíavasovasostomy{f} [surgery]
vastedadextension, width{f}
vastedadvastness, broadness{f}
vastovast{adj}
vasto externovastus lateralis, vastus externus{m}
vasto internovastus medialis{m}
vastísimosuperlative form of vasto{adj}
vatajewattage{m}
vaticanafeminine form of vaticano{f}
vaticanoVatican (relating to the Vatican city state){adj}
vaticanoA Vaticanian (someone from the Vatican city state){m}
VaticanoVatican (pertaining to the Pope or the Holy See){adj}
VaticanoVatican (pertaining to the Vatican){adj}
Vaticanothe Vatican{prop}
vaticinarto predict, to vaticinate{v}
vaticinioprediction{m}
vatiowatt{m}
vatoHispanic youth; guy; dude{m} [Chicano, slang]
vavvav; the Hebrew letter ו{f}
vaya con DiosGodspeed{phrase}
víborasnake{f} [colloquial, Mexico]
víboramalicious person, snake in the grass{f}
víboraviper, adder{f}
VCVeracruz (Mexican state){abbr}
víctimavictim{f}
Vd.Abbreviated form of usted.{abbr}
vídeovideo{m}
Vds.you (plural, formal){abbr}
veName of the letter v{f}
vecina(female) neighbour{f}
vecinalneighbour{adj} [attributive]
vecinallocal{adj}
vecinalneighbourly{adj}
vecindadneighborhood{f}
vecindadvicinity{f}
vecindarioneighbourhood{m}
vecinoneighboring{adj}
vecinoneighbour{m}
vecino(obsolete) freeman, person of relatively high status associated with a place{m}
vectorvector{m}
vectorialvectorial{adj} [mathematics]
vector propioeigenvector{m} [linear algebra]
vector unitariounit vector{m} [linear algebra]
vedaclosed season{f} [hunting]
vedaprohibition{f}
vedarto ban, prohibit{v}
ve de vacaThe letter V, so called to distinguish it from be de burro, the letter B{letter}
ve dobleName of the letter w{f}
veedorlooking, observing{adj}
veedorguard{m}
veedoroverman{m}
veedoroverseer{m}
vegaalluvial plain{f}
vegafertile lowland{f}
vegagrassy plain{f}
vegameadow{f}
vegavalley (the fertile lowlands surrounding a river){f}
VegaSpanish surname derived from vega{prop}
veganA vegan or vegano{n}
veganismoveganism{m}
veganovegan (from Las Vegas){adj}
veganovegan (relating to vegans or veganism){adj}
veganovegan (someone from Las Vegas){m}
veganovegan (supporter of veganism){m}
vegetaciónvegetation{f}
vegetacionesadenoids{fp}
vegetalvegetal{adj}
vegetalvegetable{m}
vegetarto vegetate{v}
vegetarianovegetarian{adj}
vegetarianovegetarian{m}
vehículovehicle{m}
vehemenciavehemence, zeal{f}
vehementevehement{adj}
vehementementevehemently{adv}
veintetwenty{cardinal num} [cardinal]
veinteavotwentieth (portion of a whole){adj}
veinteavotwentieth (portion of a whole){m}
veintenaSet of twenty units{f}
veintenotwentieth{adj}
veintetantostwentysomething{v}
veinticincotwenty-five{num}
veinticuatrotwenty-four{num}
veintidóstwenty-two{num}
veintiúnapocopic form of veintiuno twenty-one{num} [before the noun]
veintinuevetwenty-nine{num}
veintiochotwenty-eight{num}
veintisietetwenty-seven{num}
veintiséistwenty-six{num}
veintitantostwentysomething{cardinal num}
veintitréstwenty-three{num}
veintiunotwenty-one{num} [cardinal]
vejaciónbullying{f}
vejaciónharassing{f}
vejadovexed{adj}
vejarto harass{v}
vejatoriovexatious{adj}
vejezold age{f}
vejigabladder{f}
vejiga de perrobladder cherry{f}
velacandle{f}
velasail{f} [nautical]
velasailing{f} [nautical]
velawakefulness, sleeplessness{f}
veladasoirée{f}
veladorcandlestick{m}
veladornightstand{m} [Chile]
vela güiraAn opportunist; one who takes an advantage over others{f} [slang, Puerto Rico, pejorative]
vela latinalateen (sail){f} [nautical]
velarvelar{adj}
velarto be vigilant{v}
velarto watch, to guard{v}
velartebroadcloth, fine cloth{m}
VelascoSpanish surname{prop}
velatoriowake (for the dead){m}
veleidadcaprice, whimsy{f}
veleidadfickleness{f}
veleidosofickle{adj}
veleñoalternative spelling of beleño{m} [obsolete]
velerosailboat{m}
veletaweather vane{f}
vellónfleece{m}
vellobody hair, androgenic hair, vellus hair{m}
vello androgénicobody hair, androgenic hair{m}
vello corporalbody hair{m}
vello púbicopubic hair{m}
vellosidadhairiness{f}
vellosofluffy{adj}
vellosohairy{adj}
velludaHairy woman. Usually referring to excess of arm, chest, or pubic hair (not head hair){f}
velludohairy-bodied{adj}
velludofelt, velvet{m}
veloveil{m}
velocidadgear{f} [automotive]
velocidadvelocity{f} [physics]
velocidadspeed{f}
velocidad del sonidospeed of sound{f}
velocirráptorvelociraptor{m}
velocistasprinter{mf}
velocímetrospeedometer{m}
velocípedovelocipede{m}
veloriowake (for the dead){m}
velozfast, quick, speedy{adj}
venavein{f}
venadocuckold, deceived husband or partner{m} [colloquial]
venadodeer{m}
venadovenison{m}
vencedorconquering{adj}
vencedorconquerer{m}
vencedora(female) conquerer{f}
vencerto expire{vr}
vencerto defeat, to win, to conquer{v}
venceremos(Politics) We shall win, as a slogan{interj}
vencidodefeated, beaten{adj}
vencidoexpired{adj}
vendabandage{f}
vendaFeminine of vendo, Wend woman (Slavic people){f} [ethnics]
vendajebandage, dressing (for a wound or injury){m}
vendarto bandage{v}
vendarto blindfold{v}
vendavalwindstorm{m}
vendedorsalesman{m}
vendedorasaleswoman{f}
venderto sell{vt}
vender la piel del oso antes de cazarloto count one's chickens before they hatch{v} [idiomatic]
vendersereflexive form of vender To sell for; to fetch{vr}
vendimiavintage (yield of grapes during one season){f}
vendoWend (Slavic people and its language){m}
VeneciaVenice{prop}
venenopoison{m}
venenovenom{m}
venenosovenomous, poisonous, toxic{adj}
veneraA shell of a scallop{f}
venerabilidadvenerability{f}
venerablementevenerably{adv}
venerarto venerate{v}
venezolanoVenezuelan{adj}
venezolanoa Venezuelan person{m}
venezolanothe currency of Venezuela; venezolano{m}
VenezuelaVenezuela{prop}
vengadoravenger{m}
vengadoraavenger{f}
venganzavengeance{f}
vengarto take revenge{v}
vengativovengeful (wanting vengeance){adj}
veniaconsent, permission{f}
veniaforgiveness{f}
veniasalute{f} [Latin America, military]
venidaarrival, return{f}
venidacomming{f}
veniderofuture, forthcoming, upcoming{adj}
venirto come{v}
venlafaxinavenlafaxine{f} [pharmaceutical drug]
venosovenous{adj}
venéreovenereal{adj}
ventasale{f}
venta al por mayorwholesale (business){f}
ventajaadvantage{f}
ventajabenefit{f}
ventajismonerve, gall{m}
ventajosamenteadvantageously, profitably, favorably{adv}
ventajosoadvantageous, profitable, favorable{adj}
ventanaa small gap or opening{f}
ventananostril{f}
ventanawindow{f}
ventanalaugmentative form of ventana, large window{m}
ventanillasmall window{f}
ventanillaticket window{f}
ventarto blow{vi}
ventarto sniff, to scent{vt}
ventilaciónventilation{f}
ventiladorfan, ventilator{m}
ventilarto ventilate{v}
ventiscablizzard, snowstorm{f}
ventiscastorm (strong wind){f}
ventisquerostorm (strong wind){m}
ventoleragale, strong blast of wind{f}
ventolerapinwheel{f}
ventosamentewindily, breezily{adv}
ventosearto fart (break wind){v}
ventosowindy, breezy{adj} [weather]
ventrículoventricle{m}
ventricularventricular{adj}
ventrílocuoventriloquist{m}
venturinaaventurine{f}
VenusVenus{prop}
verto see{v}
veracidadveracity{f}
VeracruzA state of Mexico{prop}
veracruzanoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Veracruz{adj}
veranearto summer; to spend a summer at{v}
veraniegopertaining to the summer{adj}
veraniegotrivial{adj}
veranosummer{m}
verastruth, reality (unusual){fp}
veraztruthful, veracious{adj}
verbalverbal{adj}
verbalverbal{mf} [grammar]
verbalistaverbal, verbalistic{adj}
verbalistaverbose{adj}
verbalistaverbalist{mf}
verbalmenteverbally{adv}
verbenaverbena{f}
verbena de Indiaslemon verbena (shrub, Aloysia triphylla){f}
verbigraciafor instance, for example{adv}
verbigraciaexample{m}
verboverb{m} [grammar]
verbo intransitivointransitive verb{m} [grammar]
verbo irregularirregular verb{m}
verbo reflexivoreflexive verb{m} [grammar]
verborreaverbiage{f} [colloquial]
verbo transitivotransitive verb{m} [grammar]
ver con buenos ojosto look favourably on{v} [idiomatic]
verdadtruth{f}
verdaderamentetruthfully{adv}
verdaderohonest{adj}
verdaderotrue; real{adj}
verdaderoa person who tells the truth{m}
verdedirty, coarse{adj}
verdegreen (eco-friendly){adj}
verdegreen in colour{adj}
verdeinexperienced; naïve{adj}
verderisqué, naughty{adj}
verdeunripe{adj}
verdeunwell; sick{adj}
verdeThe colour green{m}
verdearto turn green{v}
ver dobleto see double{v}
verdolagapurslane, a plant of species Portulaca oleracea{f} [botany]
verdosogreenish{adj}
verdugónbruise, welt{m}
verdugoexecutioner, hangman{m}
verdulerogreengrocer, fruiterer{m}
verduragreenness, verdancy{f}
verduravegetable{f}
verduritadiminutive form of verdura{f}
veredasidewalk{f} [Latin American Spanish]
veredictoverdict{m}
vergaa yardarm or yard{f} [nautical]
vergasteel bow (of a crossbow){f}
vergaan erect penis, dick{f} [vulgar]
vergaa thing of bad or undesirable quality{f} [vulgar]
vergajazoblow from a whip or lash{m}
vergajazowhip, lash{m}
vergüenzaembarrassment{f}
vergüenzashame{f}
vergüenza ajenaShame or embarrassment as a result of the actions of others{f}
vergónexpert, strong, powerful{adj} [vulgar]
vergónsomeone with a big penis{adj} [vulgar]
vergonzosobashful{adj}
vergonzososhameful{adj}
vergonzososhy{adj}
vericuetodifficult mountain trail{m}
vericuetodifficult terrain{m}
vericuetomeander{m}
verificabilidadverifiability{f}
verificaciónrealization{f}
verificaciónverification{f}
verificarto verify, check{v}
verjarailing{f}
verle el ojo a la papato pop one's cherry{v} [idiomatic, Chile]
vermúvermouth{m}
VermontVermont{prop}
Verónicafemale given name; a cognate of the English Veronica{prop}
vero[antiquated] true, real{adj}
verosímilplausible{adj}
verracoboar (male pig){m}
verracomegalithic sculpture of a pig or other quadruped{m}
verrugawart, verruca{f}
versadoversed, knowledgeable, skilled{adj}
versarto concern{v}
versarto turn (around){v}
versículoverse (in the Bible){m}
verseto meet; to see one another{v}
versificadorversifier{m}
versificarTo versify{v}
versióncover version{f}
versiónversion{f}
versionarto cover (make a cover version){v} [music]
versoversed{adj} [mathematics]
verso(artillery): small culverin (kind of cannon){m}
versoverso, left-hand page{m} [printing]
versoverse, line (of a poem){m}
versoverse, poem{m}
versoverso, reverse, back, overleaf (of a page){m}
versátilversatile{adj}
vertebradovertebrate (having a backbone){adj}
vertebralvertebral{adj} [anatomy]
vertederolandfill, dump (place where waste or garbage is left){m}
vertederoweir{m}
verterto pour, spill, shed{vt}
verticalvertical{adj}
verticalmentevertically{adv}
vertienteslope{f}
vertiginosodizzying, vertiginous, giddy{adj}
vesículavesicle{f} [cytology]
vesícula biliargall bladder{f}
vesícula seminalseminal vesicle{f} [anatomy]
vespertinoevening{adj}
vespertinosermon preached in the evening{m}
vestíbulohall{m}
vestíbulovestibule{m}
vestidodressed{adj}
vestidodress{m}
vestidorchanging room{m}
vestigiovestige (faint mark or visible sign left by something which is lost){m}
vestimentaclothes, outfit, apparel{f}
vestimentavesture{f}
vestirto adorn, to bedeck, to embellish{v}
vestirto disguise, to cover up{v}
vestirto dress, to clothe, to attire{v}
vestirto make clothes for, to dress{v}
vestirto wear{v}
vestirseto get dressed{v}
vestuarioclothing{m}
vestuariowardrobe{m}
vetavein, seam{f} [mining]
vetavein{f} [of wood]
vetastreak{f}
vetarto veto{v}
vete a chingarGo fuck yourself{phrase} [pejorative, Cuba slang]
vete a la mierdafuck you, go to hell{interj} [vulgar, offensive]
vete a saberyou tell me, goodness knows, who knows{phrase} [idiomatic]
veteranoveteran{m}
veterinariafemale veterinarian{f}
veterinariaveterinary science{f}
veterinarioveterinary{adj}
veterinarioveterinarian, vet, veterinary, veterinary surgeon{m}
vetoveto{m}
vexilovane (of a feather){m} [ornithology]
vexilologíavexillology{f}
veztime, instance{f}
vezavetch{f}
vezocustom, habit{m} [rare]
viñavineyard{f}
viabilidadviability{f}
viableviable{adj}
viacrucisalternative spelling of vía crucis{m}
viñadorwinegrower{m}
viñadorafeminine form of viñador{f}
viajantetravelling (person){adj}
viajantetravelling salesman{mf}
viajarto travel, to journey{v}
viajevoyage, journey, trip{m}
viaje inauguralmaiden voyage{n}
viajerotravelling{adj}
viajerotraveller, traveler{m}
vialof or pertaining to a via, road, highway{adj}
vialavenue{m}
viandafood, viands (items of food served as a meal){f}
viandameals on wheels (food delivered to the homes of those unable to cook){f}
viandatakeaway meal{f}
viborearto wind, slither, snake{v}
viboreznoviperous (of or pertaining to a viper){adj}
viboreznosnakelet, especially a young viper{m}
vibravibe (atmosphere or aura of a person or place as communicated to and felt by others){f} [colloquial]
vibraciónvibration{f}
vibradorvibrator (sex){m}
vibrarto brandish{v}
vibrarto roll the letter R{v}
vibrarto vibrate{v}
viburnoviburnum{m}
vice-vice-{prefix}
viceministrovice minister{m}
Vicentafemale given name, feminine form of Vicente ( =Vincent){prop}
Vicentemale given name, cognate to English Vincent{prop}
vicepresidentafeminine form of vicepresidente{f}
vicepresidentevice president{m}
viceversavice versa, the other way round{adv}
viciarto distort{v}
viciovice{m}
viciosoprofligate{adj}
viciosovicious{adj}
victimizaciónvictimization{f}
victoriavictory{f}
Victoriafemale given name{prop}
victoriosamentevictoriously{adv}
victoriosovictorious, triumphant{adj}
vicuñavicuna{f}
vidvine, grapevine{f}
vidaa term of endearment; darling, sweetheart{f}
vidalife{f}
vidalife span; lifetime{f}
vidalifestyle{f}
vidalivelihood; living{f}
vidaliveliness{f}
videomovie that is stored on VHS tape or DVD{m} [Latin America]
videovideotape{m} [Latin America]
videovideo store{m} [Latin America]
videocámaravideo camera{f}
videograbarto videotape or record on video{v}
videojuegovideo game{m}
videovigilanciavideo surveillance{f} [chiefly, Spain]
vidriarto glaze{v}
vidrierashop window{f} [Latin America]
vidrieríaglaziery, glazier's shop, glazier's workshop{f}
vidrieroglazier{m}
vidrioglass{m}
viñedovineyard (grape plantation){m}
vieirascallop{f}
viejaFeminine of viejo{f}
viejawife, (spouse) little woman{f}
viejecitodiminutive form of viejo, little old man, gramps, grams, granny, big mama, cheeser{m}
viejitadiminutive form of vieja{f}
viejoold{adj}
viejoan old item{m}
viejoan old person{m}
viejodad{m} [Chile, Argentina, slang]
viejoa certain guy or man, specially adult or almost{m} [Mexico]
viejoa male sexual companion or partner, occasional or stable, husband{m} [Mexico]
viejosweetheart, honey (substitute for a male name){m} [Mexico]
viejujosuperlative form of viejo, an old person; old fart, geezer, cheeser{m}
VienaVienna (capital of Austria){prop}
vienesafemale Viennese (female inhabitant or resident of Vienna){f}
vienesawiener, hot dog (sausage){f}
vienésViennese (from or connected with Vienna){adj}
vienésViennese (inhabitant or resident of Vienna){m}
vientowind (movement of air){m}
viento solarsolar wind{m} [astronomy]
vientreabdomen{m}
vientrebelly{m}
viernesFriday{m}
viñetaframe (of a comic){f}
viñetavignette{f}
VietnamVietnam{prop}
vietnamitaVietnamese{adj}
vietnamitaVietnamese person{mf}
vietnamitaVietnamese language{prop}
vigatimber, beam, rafter{f}
vigíalookout, watchtower{m}
vigíareef{m} [nautical]
vigenciaoperation (for a law, regulation){f}
vigenciashelf life{f}
vigenciaterm, life (for a contract){f}
vigenciavalidity, applicability{f}
vigentecurrent, in use{adj}
vigente(for a commercial offer, price or promotion) suitable in time{adj}
vigentein force (legal){adj}
vigentein shelf life{adj}
vigilanciavigilance{f}
vigilantewatchful, alert, wakeful{adj}
vigilanteguard, watchman{mf}
vigilantementevigilantly{adv}
vigilarto watch over{v}
vigiliaeve (day before another specified){f}
vigilianight shift{f}
vigilia(religion) fast, abstinence{f}
vigiliavigil{f}
vigiliawakefulness, being awake{f}
vigiliawatchfulness{f}
VigoVigo{prop}
vigorvigor{m}
vigorosamentevigorously{adv}
vigésimotwentieth{adj}
vigésimotwentieth{m}
VIH positivoHIV positive{adj}
vikingafeminine form of vikingo{f}
vikingoviking{adj}
vikingoViking (One of the Scandinavian seafaring warriors){m} [history]
vilmean{adj}
vilipendiarto vilify{v}
villasettlement with a minimum of five thousand inhabitants (bigger than a town but smaller that a city) that has asked for the title officially. Previously, this title was grated by the king{f}
villasmall town{f}
villavilla{f}
VillalobosSpanish surname{prop}
villancicocarol; Christmas carol{m}
villanopeasant{adj}
villanorude, bad-mannered{adj}
VillanuevaSpanish surname{prop}
VillegasSpanish surname{prop}
viloWord only used in the idiom en vilo meaning "in the air" or "in suspense"{n}
vilortathe sport of lacrosse{m}
vimentinavimentin{f} [protein]
vinagrevinegar{m}
vinazavinasse{f} [organic compound]
vinícolawinemaking, winegrowing (attributive){adj}
vinícolawinegrower{mf}
vinculaciónconnection, link{f}
vincularto bind{v}
vincularto link{v}
vinculinavinculin{f} [protein]
vindicarto vindicate{v}
vinicultorwinemaker{m}
vinicultorafeminine form of vinicultor{f}
viniculturaviniculture{f}
vinilovinyl{m}
vinowine{m}
vino blancowhite wine{m}
vino de mesatable wine{m}
vino espumososparkling wine{m}
vino rosadorosé; rosé wine{m}
vinotecawine cabinet (furniture for storing wine){f}
vinotecawine shop, winery{f}
vino tintored wine{m}
vintagevintage{adj}
ViolaSpanish surname{prop}
violaciónrape{f}
violaciónviolation{f}
violación correctivacorrective rape{f}
violación curativacorrective rape{f}
violadorviolating{adj}
violadorrapist{m}
violadorafeminine form of violador{f}
violarto rape{v}
violarto violate{v}
violáceoviolaceous{adj} [mycology]
violenciaviolence{f}
violencia domésticadomestic violence{f}
violencia intrafamiliardomestic violence{f}
violentamenteviolently{adv}
violentarto break open{v}
violentoviolent{adj}
violetaviolet{adj}
violetaviolet (plant){f}
violetaviolet (colour); purple{m}
Violetafemale given name{prop}
violinistaviolinist{mf}
violínfiddle{m}
violínviolin (string instrument){m}
violonchelocello (musical instrument){m}
vipVIP{mf}
virajechange in orientation or direction{m}
virarto veer{v}
virgenvirgin{mf}
Virginiafemale given name, cognate to English Virginia{prop}
VirginiaVirginia (state){prop}
Virginia OccidentalWest Virginia{prop}
virginidadvirginity{f}
VirgoVirgo (constellation){prop}
virilvirile, manly{adj}
virilidadvirility{f}
virologíavirology{f}
virologistavirologist{mf}
virotebolt (short, stout, blunt-headed arrow){m}
virreinavicereine{f}
virreinatoviceroyalty{m}
virreinatoviceroyship{m}
virreinoviceroyalty{m}
virreyviceroy{m}
virtualvirtual{adj}
virtualidadvirtuality{f}
virtualmentepotentially{adv}
virtualmentevirtually{adv}
virtudvirtue{f}
virtuosamentevirtuously{adv}
virtuosovirtuoso{adj}
virtuosovirtuous{adj}
virtuosoa virtuous person or virtuoso{m}
viruelaAny of the fluid-filled blisters caused by smallpox{f} [pathology]
viruelasmallpox{f} [pathology, uncountable]
virulenciavirulence{f}
virusvirus, computer virus{m}
virusoidevirusoid{m}
visavisa{f}
visadovisa; a permit to enter and leave a country{m}
visceralvisceral{adj}
viscosidadA viscous material{f}
viscosidadviscosity{f} [physics]
viscosidadviscousness{f}
viscosoviscous{adj}
visfatinavisfatin{f} [protein]
visibilidadvisibility{f}
visiblevisible{adj}
visiblementevisibly{adv}
visillonet curtain{m}
visiónsight{f}
visiónview{f}
visiónvision{f}
visionadoperformance of a movie{m}
visionadoviewing{m}
visionarto envision{v}
visionariovisionary{adj}
visionariovisionary{m}
visirvizir{m}
visitavisit{f}
visitavisitor{f}
visitaciónvisitation{f}
visitadorafeminine form of visitador{f}
visitadoraenema{f} [Latin America]
visitadorasyringe{f} [Latin America]
visitantevisitor{mf}
visitarto visit{v}
vislumbrarto discern{v}
visónmink{m}
VisnúVishnu{prop}
vistatrial{f} [legal]
vistasight{f}
vistaview{f}
vistazoglance{m}
vistazolook{m}
vistoseen{adj}
visto buenoendorsement; approval; OK; blessing{m}
vistosidadgaudiness, showiness{f}
vistosogaudy, showy, flashy{adj}
visualvisual{adj}
visualizaciónvisualization{f}
visualizarto visualize{v}
visualmentevisually{adv}
vitalvital{adj}
vitaliciolifelong, life, for life (extending for the entire duration of life){adj}
vitalidadvitality{f}
vitalismovitalism (the doctrine that life involves some immaterial "vital force", and cannot be explained scientifically){m}
vitaminavitamin{f}
vitamínicoOf, containing, or relating to vitamins{adj}
vitáceoOf or pertaining to plants in the genus Vitis; vines and grapevines{adj} [botany]
viáticoviaticum{m}
viticultorwinegrower{m}
viticultorafeminine form of viticultor{f}
viticulturaviticulture{f}
vitoAn Andalusian music style and dance{m}
Vitomale given name{prop}
vitorearto cheer{v}
vitralstained glass{m}
vitrectomíavitrectomy{f} [surgery]
vitrinadisplay cabinet{f}
vitrinawindow, shop window{f} [Latin America]
vitrinashowcase{f}
vitrinavitrine{f}
vituperarto vituperate against{v}
viudawidow{f}
viudezwidowhood; the state of being a widow or widower{f}
viudowidowed{adj}
viudoScabiosa atropurpurea (mourning bride, mourning widow, sweet scabious){m} [plants]
viudowidower, widow{m}
vivacidadjauntiness{f}
vivacidadliveliness{f}
viva la Pepelet the good times roll{phrase}
vivaquearto bivouac; to set up camp{v}
vivarto applaud{v} [Latin America]
vivazanimated; lively{adj}
vivenciainsight, experience{f}
viveronursery (a place where young trees and other plants are cultivated for transplanting){m}
viveronursery (the place where something is fostered and its growth promoted){m}
viverovivarium{m}
viviendahousing{f}
vivienteliving{adj}
vivienteliving{mf}
vivificarcomfort, console{v}
vivificarvivify{v}
vivirlife; lifestyle{m}
vivirTo live; to be alive{vi}
vivirTo make a living{vi}
vivirTo reside; to inhabit{vi}
vivir del cuentoTo skimp off other people, go through life without working{v} [idiomatic]
vivisecciónvivisection{f}
vivitodiminutive form of vivo, used chiefly in the idiomatic expression vivito y coleando{adj}
vivito y coleandoalive and kicking{adj} [idiomatic]
vivoliving, alive{adj}
vivovivid{adj}
VizcayaBiscay{prop}
vizcondeviscount{m}
vóley playabeach volleyball{m}
válidovalid{adj}
válvulavalve{f}
Vmd.abbreviation of vuestra merced{abbr}
vómitovomit{m}
vínculotie, bond (strong connection between people or groups of people){m}
vándalohooligan; lout; thug; yob, yobbo{m}
vándalovandal{m}
VénetoVeneto (a region in northern Italy){prop}
vocabloword, term{m}
vocabulariovocabulary{m}
vocaciónvocation{f}
vocacionalvocational{adj}
vocalby means of the voice{adj}
vocalrelated to the voice{adj}
vocalusing the voice{adj}
vocalvowel{f}
vocalvoter, member with vote rights{mf}
vocalistavocalist{mf}
vocalizaciónvocalization{f}
vocalizarto vocalize{v}
vocalmentevocally (using words){adv}
vocativovocative{m} [grammar]
vocearto shout{v}
voceríooutcry, uproar{m}
vocerospokesman{m}
vociferarto vociferate{v}
vodkavodka{m}
voladodaydreaming{adj} [colloquial]
voladostoned (on drugs){adj} [colloquial]
voladorflying{adj}
volandoIn flight{adj}
volanteflying{adj}
volanteloose{adj}
volantesteering wheel{m} [automotive]
volanteflyer{m}
volanteshuttlecock{m}
volantínkite (flying toy on string){m} [Chile, Peru, Argentina]
volarto anger, to exasperate, to infuriate{v}
volarto blow up{v}
volarto disappear suddenly{v}
volarto flutter, to hover{v}
volarto fly, to fly away{v}
volarto jut out, to project{v}
volarto make fly out{v}
volarto raise to the top of the line (e.g., a letter or number){v}
volarto release (a hunting falcon){v}
volarto rouse{v}
volarto sell like hotcakes{v}
volarto spread like wildfire{v}
volcarto empty{v}
volcarto overturn, capsize, dump{v}
volcarto upset{v}
volcánvolcano{m}
volcánicofiery, passionate{adj}
volcánicovolcanic{adj}
volearto volley{v}
voleibolvolleyball (game){m}
voleibol de playabeach volleyball{m}
volframioalternative spelling of wolframio{m}
voliciónA voluntary action or behavior{f}
voliciónvolition{f}
voltajevoltage{m}
voltearto turn{v}
voltioA volt (electrical){m}
volubleEasily turned around{adj}
volubleOf inconstant character{adj}
volublevoluble (sense 4){adj}
volumenvolume{m}
voluminosovoluminous, bulky{adj}
voluntadwillpower{f}
voluntadwill; wish; want; desire{f}
voluntariafeminine form of voluntario{f}
voluntariamentevoluntarily{adv}
voluntariovoluntary{adj}
voluntariovolunteer{m}
voluntariosowillful{adj}
voluptuosovoluptuous{adj}
volutawisp (of smoke){f}
volverto get{vr}
volverto turn{vr}
volverto do something again{v}
volverto make, to drive{v}
volverto return{v}
volverto turn{v}
vomitarto vomit, to be sick{v}
voracidadvoracity{f}
vorazdestructive{adj}
vorazvoracious, greedy{adj}
vorágineangry crowd{f}
voráginedisorder, mess{f}
vorágineextremely intense or passionate emotions or feelings{f}
voráginewhirlpool{f}
vorticidadvorticity{f}
vosAn elevated form of you, either singular or plural{pron} [archaic]
vosa form of you, singular{pron} [parts of Latin America]
vosearTo address someone with vos{v}
voseoIn Spanish dialects, the use of the pronoun vos as opposed to tú{m}
vosotrasyou; second person feminine plural personal pronoun{pron} [informal]
vosotrosyou; second person masculine plural personal pronoun{pron} [informal]
votaciónvote{f}
votantevoting{adj}
votantevoter{mf}
votarto vote{v}
votovote{m}
voy a caballo y vengo a pieI have less than what I started with{phrase}
voy y vengoI'll be right back{phrase}
vozvoice{f}
voz pasivapassive voice{m}
vírgulaa small stick or rod{f}
vírgulaa thin line or stripe{f}
vértebravertebra{f} [skeleton]
vértebra cervicalcervical vertebra{f}
vérticevertex{m} [anatomy, geometry]
vórticevortex{m}
vértigovertigo{m}
vísceraviscus{f}
vísperaeve{f}
VásquezSpanish surname{prop}
vástagooffspring{m}
vástagoshoot of a plant{m}
vítorlong live{interj}
vítorovation; ceremony of public appreciation{m}
vudúvoodoo{m}
vuelcoupset{m}
vueloflight{m}
vuelo espacialspace flight{m} [astronomy]
vueltareturn{f}
vueltatour, trip{f}
vueltaturn{f}
vueltawalk{f}
vuelta al mundoFerris wheel{n}
vueltochange (money given back){m}
vuesayour{pron} [possessive, archaic]
vuesa mercedyour grace; your mercy; you{pron} [archaic, formal]
vuesoyour{pron} [possessive, archaic]
vuestrafeminine form of vuestro Yours, your, to you{adj} [possessive]
vuestrafeminine form of vuestro Yours{pron} [possessive]
vuestra mercedyour grace; your mercy; you{pron} [archaic, formal]
vuestrasfeminine plural of vuestro Yours, your, to you{adj} [possessive]
vuestrasfeminine plural of vuestro Yours{pron} [possessive]
vuestroYours, your, to you{adj} [possessive]
vuestroYours{pron} [possessive]
vulcanismovolcanism{m}
vulcanizarvulcanize (to harden rubber with heat){v}
vulcanólogovulcanologist{mf}
vulcanologíavolcanology{f}
vulgarvulgar{adj}
vulgarianovulgarian{m}
vulgaridadvulgarism{f}
vulgaridadvulgarity{f}
vulgothe common people, the masses{m}
vulnerabilidadvulnerability{f}
vulnerablevulnerable{adj}
vulnerarto damage or injure{v}
vustedyou{pron}
vuvuzelavuvuzela{f}
víveresarmy food rations{m}
víveresStarchy foods including roots and plantains{m} [Dominican Republic]
vívidamentevividly{adv}
vávulavalve{f}