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n00b {n} (beginner) SEE: newbie  ::
n/a {initialism} (not available)  :: no disponible, n/d
Naberezhnye Chelny {prop} (city in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia)  :: Náberezhnye Chelny
NaCl {n} (sodium chloride) SEE: sodium chloride  ::
NaCl {n} (table salt) SEE: table salt  ::
nacre {n} /ˈneɪkəɹ/ (pearly substance on the interior of shells)  :: nácar {m}
nada {n} (nothing) SEE: nothing  ::
nadir {n} /ˈneɪdɪɹ/ (point of the sky)  :: nadir {m}
naevus {n} (abnormal area on skin) SEE: mole  ::
naïf {n} (one who is naive) SEE: naif  ::
NAFTA {acronym} (North American Free Trade Agreement)  :: TLCAN
nag {n} /ˈnæɡ/ (small horse)  :: rocín {m}
nag {n} (old useless horse)  :: jamelgo {m}, penco {m}
nagging {adj} (causing persistent mild pain)  :: persistente, molesto {m}
Nagorno-Karabakh {prop} /nəˈɡɔːnəu kɑːrəˈbɑːk/ (region in South Caucasus)  :: Nagorno-Karabaj {m}
Nagorno-Karabakh Republic {prop} /nəˈɡɔːnəʊ kɑːrəˈbɑːk/ (country in South Caucasus)  :: República de Nagorno-Karabaj {f}
Nagorny Karabakh {prop} (Nagorno-Karabakh) SEE: Nagorno-Karabakh  ::
Nagykanizsa {prop} /ˈnɒckɒniʒɒ/ (town in Hungary)  :: Nagykanizsa
Nahuatl {prop} /ˈnɑːwɑːt(ə)l/ (language)  :: náhuatl {m}
naiad {n} (aquatic larva)  :: náyade {f}
naiad {n} /ˈnaɪæd/ (female deity)  :: náyade {f}
naif {n} (one who is naive)  :: ingenuo
nail {n} /neɪl/ (on fingers and toes)  :: uña {f}, garra {f}
nail {n} (spike-shaped metal fastener used for joining wood or similar materials)  :: clavo {m}
nail {v} (employ a nail as a fastener)  :: clavar, clavetear
nail {v} (engage in sexual intercourse)  :: tirarse
nail clipper {n} (nail trimmer)  :: cortaúñas
nail file {n} (A file for shaping one's fingernails and toenails)  :: lima de uñas {f}
nail gun {n} (gun which drives nails)  :: pistola de clavos {f}
nail polish {n} (cosmetic lacquer)  :: esmalte de uñas {m}, esmalte {m}, pintaúñas {m}
nail polish remover {n} (solvent used to remove nail polish)  :: quitaesmalte {m}
nail trimmer {n} (nail clipper) SEE: nail clipper  ::
Nairobi {prop} (capital of Kenya)  :: Nairobi {m}
Naissaar {prop} (island in northern Estonia)  :: Naissaar
naive {adj} ((art) simple, childlike style)  :: naíf, naif
naive {adj} /naɪˈiv/ (lacking experience, wisdom, or judgement)  :: cándido, ingenuo
naivety {n} (lack of sophistication, experience, judgement or worldliness; artlessness; gullibility; credulity)  :: ingenuidad {f}
Nakba {prop} (Nakba)  :: nakba {f}
naked {adj} (not wearing any clothes)  :: desnudo, [colloquial] en cueros, [also 'en pelota'] en pelotas, [regional] bichi [Northwestern Mexico], [Bolivia, Northern Chile, Peru, Southern Ecuador] calato, [Costa Rica] chingo, [Colombia] empeloto, [El Salvador] pilocho, [Chile] pilucho,[Southern Ecuador] viringo
naked {adj} (unprotected)  :: desabrigado
naked as the day one was born {adj} (completely naked)  :: como dios lo trajo al mundo
nakedness {n} (state of being naked)  :: desnudez {f}
naked singularity {n} (a gravitational singularity with no event horizon)  :: singularidad desnuda {f}
Nakhichevan {prop} (city)  :: Najicheván
Nakhichevan {prop} (historically an Armenian region, currently a landlocked exclave of Azerbaijan)  :: Najicheván
Nakhodka {prop} (a city in Russia)  :: Najodka {f}
Nalchik {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Nálchik {m}
namby-pamby {adj} (insipid and sentimental)  :: ñoño
namby-pamby {adj} (lacking vigor or decisiveness)  :: soso {m}
namby-pamby {n} (one who is insipid, sentimental or weak)  :: ñoño {m}
name {n} /neɪm/ (word or phrase indicating a particular person, place, class or thing)  :: nombre {m}
name {n} (reputation)  :: fama {f}, reputación {f}, renombre {m}
name {v} (to designate for a role)  :: nombrar
name {v} (to give a name to)  :: nombrar, denominar
name {v} (to identify, define, specify)  :: especificar, precisar
name {v} (to mention, specify)  :: escoger, elegir, nombrar
name {v} (to publicly implicate)  :: nombrar, denominar
name brand {n} (trademark)  :: marca {f}
name card {n} (business card) SEE: business card  ::
name day {n} (feast day of a saint)  :: día del santo {m}, día onomástico {m}
name day {n}  :: santo {m}; día de intercambio de nombres {m}, día de los boletos {m}
nameless {adj} (having no name)  :: innominado
namely {adv} /ˈneɪmlɪ/ (specifically)  :: específicamente, a saber
namesake {n} /ˈneɪmseɪk/ (person with the same name as another)  :: tocayo {m}, tocaya {f}
Namibia {prop} (Republic of Namibia)  :: Namibia
Namibian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Namibia)  :: namibio {m}
Namibian {n} (a person from Namibia or of Namibian descent)  :: namibio {m}, namibia {f}
nancy {n} (a homosexual)  :: mujercita {m}
Nanning {prop} (Capital of Guangxi)  :: Nanning
nanny {n} (female goat) SEE: nanny goat  ::
nanny {n} /ˈnæni/ (child's nurse)  :: niñera {f}, nana {f} [Latin America]
nano- {prefix} /ˈnænoʊ/ (10-9)  :: nano-
nanometer {n} (nanometre) SEE: nanometre  ::
nanometre {n} (subunit of length)  :: nanómetro {m}
nanosecond {n} (measure of time)  :: nanosegundo {m}
nanotechnology {n} (science and technology of creating nanoparticles)  :: nanotecnología {f}
nanowire {n} (wire whose width is of the order of nanometers)  :: nanohilo {m}
Naomi {prop} (female given name)  :: Noemí
Naomi {prop} /neɪˈoʊmiː/ (biblical character)  :: Noemí
nap {n} /næp/ (a short period of sleep, especially during the day)  :: siesta {f}
nap {v} (To have a nap)  :: dormitar, hacer siesta
napalm {n} /ˈneɪ.pɑːm/ (inflammable substance)  :: napalm {m}
nape {n} /neɪp/ (back part of the neck)  :: nuca {f}
Naphtali {prop} (sixth son of Jacob)  :: Nephtalí
naphthalene {n} (white crystalline hydrocarbon)  :: naftalina
Napier's bones {n} (a set of numbered rods used for multiplication and division)  :: ábaco neperiano {m}
napkin {n} (diaper) SEE: diaper  ::
napkin {n} /ˈnæp.kɪn/ (serviette)  :: servilleta {f}
Naples {prop} (city)  :: Nápoles
Naples {prop} /neɪ.pl̩/ (province)  :: Nápoles
Napoleon {prop} (Napoleon Bonaparte)  :: Napoleón {m}
nappe {n} (geology)  :: napa tectónica {f}
nappe {n} /nap/ (body of water)  :: napa de agua {f}
nappy {n} /ˈnæpi/ (diaper) SEE: diaper  ::
narcissism {n} /ˈnɑɹsəˌsɪzɛm/ (excessive love of oneself)  :: narcisismo {m}
narcissist {n} (one who shows extreme love for himself or herself)  :: narciso {m}, narcisista {m} {f}
narcissist {n} (person full of egoism)  :: narciso {m}, narcisista {m} {f}
narcissistic {adj} /ˌnɑɹ.sɨˈsɪs.tɪk/ (having an inflated idea of one's own importance)  :: narcisista
narcissistic {adj} (obsessed with one's image and ego)  :: narcisista
narcissistic personality disorder {n} (personality disorder)  :: trastorno narcisista de la personalidad {m}
narcissus {n} (any of several bulbous flowering plants, of the genus Narcissus)  :: narciso {m}
Narcissus {prop} (mythical youth)  :: Narciso
narcoterrorism {n} (terrorism as a factor in narcotrafficking)  :: narcoterrorismo {m}
narcotherapy {n} (narcotic therapy)  :: narcoterapia {f}
narcotic {n} (class of drugs)  :: estupefaciente {m}
narcotic {n} (numbing drug)  :: narcótico
narrate {v} (to relate a story)  :: narrar, contar
narration {n} /næˈreɪʃən/ (act of recounting or relating the particulars of some action, occurrence or affair)  :: narración {f}
narrative {adj} /ˈnɛrətɪv/ (telling a story)  :: narrativo
narrative {n} (systematic recitation of an event)  :: narrativa {f}
narrative {n} (which is narrated)  :: narrativa {f}, narración {f}
narrative present tense {n} (tense) SEE: historical present tense  ::
narrator {n} (in story)  :: narrador {m}
narrow {adj} /ˈnæɹoʊ/ (having a small width)  :: estrecho, angosto
narrow {v} (to get narrower)  :: estrecharse
narrow {v} (to reduce in width or extent)  :: estrechar, angostar
narrow-mindedness {n} (the state of being narrow-minded)  :: estrechez de miras {f}, estrechez de espíritu {f}, mezquindad {f}
narrowness {n} (state of being narrow)  :: estrechez
Narva {prop} (City in Estonia)  :: Narva
narwhal {n} /ˈnɑɹʍəl/ (Arctic cetacean)  :: narval {m}
Naryan-Mar {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Narian-Mar {m}
nasal {adj} (having a quality imparted by means of the nose)  :: nasal
nasal {adj} /ˈneɪzəl/ (pertaining to the nose)  :: nasal
nasality {n} (state or quality of being nasal)  :: nasalidad {f}
nasalization {n} (articulation such that air flows through the nose and mouth)  :: nasalización {f}
nasalness {n} (quality of being nasal)  :: nasalidad {f}
nasal septum {n} (septum in the nose)  :: tabique nasal {m}
nascent {adj} /ˈneɪ.sənt/ (emerging; just coming into existence)  :: naciente
Nash equilibrium {n} (set of choices of players' strategies)  :: equilibrio de Nash {m}
Nassau {prop} /ˈnæsɔː/ (capital of the Bahamas)  :: Nassau
nasturtium {n} /næsˈtɝʃəm/ (genus)  :: capuchina {f}
nasty {adj} (contemptible of a person)  :: menospreciable {m}
nasty {adj} /ˈnæ.sti/ (dirty, filthy)  :: sucio {m}
natal cleft {n} (groove between buttocks) SEE: anal cleft  ::
Natalia {prop} (female given name) SEE: Natalie  ::
Natalie {prop} (female given name)  :: Natalia
Nataraja {prop} (dancing posture of the Hindu god Shiva)  :: Nataraja
natch {adv} /nætʃ/ (naturally)  :: naturalmente, por supuesto
Nathan {prop} (biblical prophet)  :: Natán
Nathan {prop} (male given name)  :: Natán {m}
Nathaniel {prop} /nəˈθæn.jəl/ (cognate of the name) SEE: Nathanael  ::
nation {n} /ˈneɪʃən/ (community of people)  :: nación {f}
national {adj} /ˈnæʃ(ə)nəl/ (of or having to do with a nation)  :: nacional
national {n} (A citizen of a nation)  :: ciudadano {m}
national anthem {n} (official song of a nation or country)  :: himno {m}
national day {n} (day marking a country's establishment)  :: día nacional {m}
national debt {n} (money owed by the government of a nation)  :: deuda pública {f}
national emblem {n} (official emblem of a nation or country)  :: emblema nacional {m}
nationalism {n} /ˈnæʃənəlɪzm/ (idea of supporting one's country and culture)  :: nacionalismo {m}
nationalist {n} (advocate of nationalism)  :: nacionalista {m} {f}
nationalistic {adj} (of, relating to, or advocating nationalism) SEE: nationalist  ::
nationality {n} /ˌnæ.ʃəˈnæl.ɪ.ti/ (membership of a nation or state)  :: nacionalidad {f}
nationality {n} (nationalism) SEE: nationalism  ::
nationalization {n} (nationalisation) SEE: nationalisation  ::
nationally {adv} (in a way relating to the whole nation)  :: nacionalmente
national park {n} (national park)  :: parque nacional {m}
national security {n} (safety of a country)  :: seguridad nacional {f}
National Socialism {n} (ideology of Adolf Hitler's NSDAP)  :: nacionalsocialismo {m}
native {adj} (characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin)  :: nativo
native {adj} (characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning)  :: indígena {m} {f}
native {adj}  :: nativo, oriundo
native {adj} /ˈneɪtɪv/ (belonging to one by birth)  :: natal {m} {f}
native {n} (person who is native to a place)  :: indígena {m} {f}
native companion {n} (brolga) SEE: brolga  ::
native language {n} (one's first language learned in childhood)  :: lengua materna {f}, lengua nativa {f}
native speaker {n} (a person who grew up with a particular language as their mother tongue)  :: hablante nativo {m}, hablante nativa {f}
nativity {n} /nəˈtɪvᵻti/ (birth)  :: navidad {f}, nacimiento {m}
nativity {n} (the birth of Jesus Christ)  :: navidad {f}
Nativity Scene {n} (Nativity Scene)  :: belén {m}, [Spain], nacimiento {m} [El Salvador, Chile, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Venezuelan standard usage], pesebre {m} [Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Northeastern Spain, Paraguay, Uruguay, Western Venezuela], portal {m} [Costa Rica]
NATO {prop} /ˈneɪ.toʊ/ (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)  :: OTAN {f}
natrolite {n} (mineral)  :: natrolita {f}
Natterer's slaty antshrike {n} (bird)  :: batará pizarroso de Natterer
natto {n} (Japanese food product)  :: natto {m}
natural {adj} (relating to nature)  :: natural {m} {f}
natural {adj} (without additives)  :: natural {m} {f}, naturales {p}
natural child {n} (child born to unmarried parents)  :: hijo natural {m}, hija natural {f}
natural disaster {n} (natural phenomenon)  :: desastre natural {m}
natural gas {n} (mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons associated with petroleum deposits)  :: gas natural {m}
naturalism {n} (a state of nature; conformity to nature)  :: naturalismo {m}
naturalization {n} (act of granting (or getting granted) citizenship)  :: naturalización {f}
naturalize {v} /ˈnætʃərəˌlaɪz, ˈnætʃrə-/ (to acclimatize an animal or plant) SEE: acclimatize  ::
natural language {n} (a human language developed naturally)  :: lengua natural {f}
natural log {n} (natural logarithm) SEE: natural logarithm  ::
natural logarithm {n} (logarithm in base e)  :: logaritmo natural {m}
naturally {adv} (in a natural manner)  :: naturalmente
naturalness {n} (state or quality of being natural)  :: naturalidad
natural number {n} (positive integer)  :: número natural {m}
natural person {n} (human being)  :: persona natural {f}, persona física {f}
natural preserve {n} (nature reserve) SEE: nature reserve  ::
natural reserve {n} (nature reserve) SEE: nature reserve  ::
natural science {n} (science involved in studying phenomena or laws of the physical world)  :: ciencia natural {f}
natural selection {n} (an evolutionary process)  :: selección natural {f}
nature {n} (environment)  :: naturaleza {f}
nature {n} (everything related to biological and geographical states)  :: naturaleza {f}
nature {n} /ˈneɪtʃɚ/ (essential characteristics)  :: naturaleza {f}
nature {n} (primitive state of being)  :: naturaleza {f}
nature preserve {n} (nature reserve) SEE: nature reserve  ::
nature strip {n} (tree lawn) SEE: tree lawn  ::
naught {pron} /nɔt/ (nothing)  :: nada
naughtily {adv} (in a naughty manner)  :: malvadamente
naughty {adj} /ˈnɔti/ (bad; tending to misbehave or act badly)  :: travieso, maleducado
naughty {adj} (risqué, sexually suggestive)  :: obsceno, picante
Nauru {prop} /nɑːˈuː.ruː/ (Republic of Nauru)  :: Nauru {m}
Nauruan {adj} (pertaining to Nauru)  :: nauruano
Nauruan {n} /nɑːˈuː.ɹuːn̩]/ (person from Nauru)  :: nauruano
nausea {n}  :: náuseas {f-p}
nausea {n} /ˈnɔziə/ (feeling of physical unwellness, usually with the desire to vomit)  :: náusea {f}
nausea {n} (sea-sickness)  :: mareo {m}
nausea {n} (strong dislike or disgust)  :: repulsión {f}, asco {m}
nautical {adj} /ˈnɔːtɪkl/ (relating to ships, shipping, navigation, and seamen)  :: náutico
nautical mile {n} (nautical: a unit of measure equal to 1852 meters)  :: milla náutica {f}
Navajo {n} /ˈnæv.ə.həʊ/ (people)  :: navajo {m}
Navajo {prop} (language)  :: navajo {m}
naval {adj} /ˈneɪvəl/ (of or relating to a navy)  :: naval
Navarran {adj} (Navarrese) SEE: Navarrese  ::
Navarran {n} (Navarrese) SEE: Navarrese  ::
Navarre {prop} /nəˈvɑːr/ (autonomous community of Spain)  :: Navarra
Navarrese {adj} (from Navarre)  :: navarro
Navarrese {n} (someone from Navarre)  :: navarro {m}, navarra {f}
nave {n} /neɪv/ (the middle or body of a church)  :: nave {f}
navel {n} /ˈneɪvəl/ (remnant of umbilical cord)  :: ombligo {m}
navel-gazing {n} (excessive focus on oneself)  :: ombliguismo {m}, ensimismamiento
navigate {v} (move on the internet)  :: navegar
navigate {v} /ˈnæv.ɪ.ɡeɪt/ (travel over water)  :: navegar
navigation {n} (canal) SEE: canal  ::
navigation {n} (traffic or travel by vessel)  :: aeronavegación {f}
navigation channel {n} (deeper channel cut into the sear or river bed)  :: caño {m}
navigator {n} (officer who navigates)  :: navegante {m}
navy {n}  :: marina {f}
navy {n} (navy blue colour)  :: azul marino {m}
navy {n} (sea force)  :: marina {f}
navy blue {n} (a dark blue color)  :: azul marino {m}
Nayarit {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Nayarit {m}
Naypyidaw {prop} (capital of Myanmar)  :: Naipyidó
Nay Pyi Taw {prop} (Naypyidaw) SEE: Naypyidaw  ::
Nazareth {prop} /ˈnæzəɹəθ/ (Nazareth)  :: Nazaret
Nazca Lines {prop} (Geoglyphs in Peru)  :: Líneas de Nazca {f-p}
nazi {adj} /ˈnɑtsi/ (Nazi) SEE: Nazi  ::
nazi {n} (Nazi) SEE: Nazi  ::
Nazi {adj} (pertaining to the Nazi Party or Nazism)  :: nazi
Nazi {n} /ˈnɑːtsi/ (member of the Nazi party)  :: nazi {m} {f}
Nazism {prop} (the ideology of Adolf Hitler’s NSDAP)  :: nazismo {m}
N-bomb {n} (neutron bomb) SEE: neutron bomb  ::
N'Djamena {prop} (capital of Chad)  :: Yamena {f}
neanderthal {n} (a primitive person)  :: neandertal {m}
neanderthal {n} /niːˈæn.dɚˌtɑːl/ (a Homo neanderthalensis specimen) SEE: Neanderthal  ::
Neanderthal {adj} /niˈændəɹθəl/ (of or pertaining to Homines neanderthalenses) SEE: neanderthal  ::
Neanderthal {n} (a Homo neanderthalensis specimen)  :: neandertal {m}
Neanderthal {n} (a primitive person) SEE: neanderthal  ::
neap {adj} /niːp/ (designating type of tide)  :: muerta (marea muerta)
Neapolitan {adj} (ice cream)  :: helado napolitano
Neapolitan {n} (inhabitant or resident of Naples)  :: napolitano, napolitana {f}
near {adj} (almost)  :: casi
near {adj} /nɪɹ/ (physically close)  :: cerca
near {adv} (having a small intervening distance with regard to something)  :: cerca
near {adv} (nearly) SEE: nearly  ::
near {prep} (in close proximity to)  :: cerca de
near {v} (come closer to)  :: aproximar, acercar
nearby {adj} (adjacent)  :: cercano {m}, cercana {f}, próximo {m}
nearby {adv} (close to)  :: cerca
near infrared {n} (infrared light near visable light)  :: infrarrojo cercano {m}
nearly {adv} (almost, but not quite)  :: casi
nearness {n} (state of being near)  :: cercanía {f}
nearsightedness {n} (myopia) SEE: myopia  ::
neat {adj} (chemistry: with no solvent or cosolvent)  :: puro {m}, pura {f}
neat {adj} (colloquial: good, excellent, desirable)  :: bien hecho {m}
neat {adj} (tidy, free from dirt)  :: limpio, pulcro
neat {adj} (undiluted, particularly of alcoholic drinks)  :: derecho {m}
neat {adj} (well-executed or delivered; clever, skilful, precise)  :: bien hecho {m}
neat {n} (cattle) SEE: cattle  ::
neat {n} /niːt/ (cow, bovine)  :: bovino, res {f}
Nebraska {prop} /nɪ̈ˈbræskə/ (US state)  :: Nebraska {f}
Nebuchadnezzar {prop} /ˌnɛbəkədˈnɛzɚ/ (a ruler of Babylon)  :: Nabucodonosor
nebula {n} /ˈnebjələ/ (a space cloud)  :: nebulosa {f}
nebulizer {n} (device used to administer medicine)  :: nebulizador {m}
nebulosity {n} (cloudiness) SEE: cloudiness  ::
nebulous {adj} (ill-defined)  :: nebuloso
nebulous {adj} /ˈnɛbjʊləs/ (in the form of a cloud)  :: nebuloso
necessarily {adv} /ˌnɛsəˈsɛɹəli/ (of necessity)  :: necesariamente
necessary {adj} /ˈnɛsəˌsɛɹi/ (needed, required)  :: necesario
necessary {adj} (such as must be)  :: necesario
necessary evil {n} (unfavorable thing that must be done or accepted)  :: mal necesario {m}
necessity {n} /nɪˈsɛsəti/ (quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite)  :: necesidad {f}
necessity is the mother of innovation {proverb} (necessity is the mother of invention) SEE: necessity is the mother of invention  ::
necessity is the mother of invention {proverb} (a person in need will find a way)  :: la necesidad aguza el ingenio
neck {n}  :: cogote {m} (nape of the neck)
neck {n} /nɛk/ (the part of body connecting the head and the trunk found in humans and some animals)  :: cuello {m}, nuca {f} (nape of the neck), pescuezo {m}
necklace {n} /ˈnɛkləs/ (jewelry)  :: collar {m}
necktie {n} (strip of cloth worn around the neck and tied in the front)  :: corbata {f}
necro- {prefix} /ˈnɛkɹəʊ/ (related to death)  :: necro-
necrocracy {n} /nɛˈkɹɒkɹəsi/ (government that still operates under the rules of a former, dead leader)  :: necrocracia {f}
necromancer {n} (person who practices necromancy)  :: necromante, nigromante {m} {f}
necromancy {n} /ˈnɛkrəˌmænsi/ (divination involving the dead)  :: nigromancia, necromancia
necrophagous {adj} /nɛˈkɹɑ.fə.ɡəs/ (that eats dead or decaying flesh)  :: necrófago
necrophagy {n} (eating of dead or decaying animal flesh)  :: necrofagia {f}
necrophilia {n} /nɛkɹoʊˈfɪliə/ (pathological attraction to dead bodies)  :: necrofilia {f}
necrophilia {n} (pathological fascination with death)  :: necrofilia {f}
necrophobia {n} (fear of death or corpses)  :: necrofobia
necrosis {n} (localized death of cells or tissue)  :: necrosis {f}
necrotic {adj} (of or pertaining to necrosis)  :: necrótico {m}
nectar {n}  :: néctar {m}
nectar {n} /ˈnɛk.təɹ/ (drink of the gods)  :: néctar
nectar {n} (sweet liquid secreted by flowers)  :: néctar
nectarine {n} /ˈnɛk.tə.ɹin/ (fruit)  :: nectarina {f}
nee {adj} /neɪ/ (used to indicate maiden name of a woman)  :: de soltera
need {n} /niːd/ (something needed)  :: necesidad {f}, necesidades {f-p}
need {v} (to have an absolute requirement for)  :: necesitar
needle {n} (leaf of conifer)  :: acícula {f}
needle {n} /ˈniː.dl/ (implement for sewing etc.)  :: aguja {f}
needlefish {n} (slender fish)  :: agujón {m}
needle in a haystack {n} (idiomatic)  :: aguja en un pajar
needless {adj} (not needed)  :: inútil
needless to say {adv} (obviously)  :: huelga decir
needy {adj} /ˈniːdi/ (in need, poor)  :: necesitado, pobre
neem {n} /niːm/ (Azadirachta indica)  :: nim {m}, margosa {f}
neener {interj} (a hostile taunt)  :: lero lero
ne'er-do-well {n} /ˈnɛɚ.duˌwɛl/ (good-for-nothing) SEE: good-for-nothing  ::
NEET {n} (person not in employment)  :: ni-ni {m}
negative {adj} /ˈnɛ(e)ɡəˌɾɪv/ (not positive or neutral)  :: negativo
negative {adj} (of electrical charge)  :: negativo
negative {n} (mathematics: negative quantity)  :: negativo {m}
negative {n} (photography)  :: negativo {m}
negativeness {n} (negativity) SEE: negativity  ::
negativity {n} (characteristic of being pessimistic)  :: negatividad {f}
negativity {n} (characteristic of having a negative charge)  :: negatividad {f}
neglect {n} (act of neglecting)  :: negligencia {f}
neglect {n} (habitual lack of care)  :: negligencia {f}
neglect {v} (disregard)  :: descuidar
neglect {v} (fail to care for)  :: perecear
neglect {v} (failure due to carelessness)  :: perecear
neglected {adj} (suffering from neglect)  :: descuidado, abandonado
negligence {n} (failure to exercise a standard of care (law))  :: negligencia {f}
negligent {adj} (culpable due to negligence)  :: negligente
negligent {adj} /ˈnɛɡ.lɪ.dʒənt/ (careless)  :: negligente
negligently {adv} (in a negligent manner)  :: negligentemente
negligible {adj} (able to be ignored or excluded)  :: insignificante
negotiable {adj} (open to negotiation or bargaining)  :: negociable
negotiation {n} (process of achieving agreement)  :: negociación {f}
negress {n} /ˈniːɡrɪs/ (A black female)  :: negra {f}
negro {n} (Negro) SEE: Negro  ::
Negro {n} (person with dark skin)  :: negro {m}, negra {f}
Negrophobia {n} (the fear, hate or dislike of Black people)  :: negrofobia {f}
Nehemiah {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Nehemías
Nehemiah {prop} (male given name)  :: Nehemías
neigh {n} /neɪ/ (the cry of a horse)  :: relincho, relinchido {m}
neigh {v} ((of a horse) to make its cry)  :: relinchar
neigh {v} (to make a sound similar to a horses' cry)  :: relinchar
neighborhood {n} (division of a municipality or region)  :: barrio {m}
neighborhood {n} /ˈneɪbəɹhʊd/ (nearby area)  :: vecindad {f}, barrio {m}; colonia [Mexico], fraccionamiento [Mexico, planned]
neighbour {n} (fellow human)  :: prójimo {m}, prójima {f}
neighbour {n} /ˈneɪbə/ (a person living on adjacent or nearby land)  :: vecino {m}, vecina {f}
Nei Mongol {prop} (Inner Mongolia) SEE: Inner Mongolia  ::
neither {adv} (similarly not)  :: tampoco
neither {conj} (also not)  :: tampoco
neither {conj} (not either (used with nor): neither X nor Y)  :: ni X ni Y
neither {pron} /ˈnaɪð.ə(ɹ)/ (not either one)  :: ninguno
neither fish, flesh, nor good red herring {phrase} (unsuitable for anything or anybody)  :: ni carne ni pescado, ni chicha ni limonada, sin pies ni cabeza
neither fish nor fowl {n} (something or someone not easily categorized; something that does not fit in a group or situation)  :: ni chicha ni limonada, [Mexico] ni de aquí ni de allá
nematode {n} /ˈnɛməˌtoʊd/ (small invertebrate animal)  :: nematodo {m}
Nemean {adj} /ˈnimiən/ (of or pertaining to Nemea)  :: nemeo
Nemean Lion {prop} /ˌnimiən ˈlaiən/ (mythical lion of Nemea)  :: León de Nemea
nemesis {n} /ˈnɛməsɪs/ (archenemy) SEE: archenemy  ::
Nemesis {prop} /ˈnɛməsɪs/ (Greek goddess of retribution)  :: Némesis {f}
Nenets {prop} (language)  :: nenets {m}, nenezo {m}
Nenets {prop} (person)  :: nénets {m}, nenezos {m}
neo- {prefix} (contemporary)  :: neo-
neo- {prefix} (new)  :: neo-
neoclassicism {n} (movement)  :: neoclasicismo {m}
neocolonialism {n} (colonial linguistic expression)  :: neocolonialismo {m}
neodymium {n} /nɪə(ʊ)ˈdɪmɪəm/ (chemical element)  :: neodimio {m}
neofascism {n} (right-wing political movement)  :: neofascismo {m}
neofascist {adj} (of or pertaining to neofascism)  :: neofascista {m} {f}
neofascist {n} (a follower of neofascism)  :: neofascista {m} {f}
Neolithic {prop} /ˌni.oʊˈlɪθ.ɪk/ (the New Stone Age)  :: neolítico {m}
neologism {n} (recently coined word)  :: neologismo {m}
neon {n} (element)  :: neón {m}
neonate {n} /ˈni.oʊ.neɪt/ (newborn infant)  :: neonato
neo-Nazi {n} (person who believes in a Nazi ideology)  :: neonazi {m} {f}
neo-Nazism {n} (the ideology held by neo-Nazis)  :: neonazismo {m}
neophobia {n} /niːəˈfəʊbɪə/ (fear of new things)  :: neofobia {f}
neophyte {n} (early Christian convert)  :: neófito {m}
neophyte {n} /ˈni.əˌfaɪt/ (beginner)  :: neófito {m}
neophyte {n} (novice (recent convert))  :: neófito {m}
neophyte {n} (recently introduced plant species)  :: planta neófita {f}
neoplasm {n} (abnormal new growth of disorganized tissue)  :: neoplasma {m}
neoplastic {adj} (relating to neoplasm)  :: neoplástico
neotenous {adj} /niˈɑːtənəs/ (babyfaced) SEE: babyfaced  ::
neoumbilicoplasty {n} (creation of a new belly button)  :: neoumbilicoplastia {f}
Nepal {prop} /nɪˈpɔːl/ (Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal)  :: Nepal {m}
Nepalese {adj} /nɛ.pəˈliːz/ (Nepali) SEE: Nepali  ::
Nepalese {n} (Nepali) SEE: Nepali  ::
Nepalese {prop} (Nepali) SEE: Nepali  ::
Nepali {adj} (pertaining to Nepal)  :: nepalés {m}
Nepali {n} (person)  :: nepalés {m}
Nepali {prop} (language)  :: nepalés {m}
nephew {n} /ˈnɛf.ju/ (fraternal or sororal nephew)  :: sobrino {m}
nephew-in-law {n}  :: sobrino político
Nephite {n} /ˈniːfaɪt/ (a descendant of Nephi)  :: Nefita {m}
nephology {n} /nɪˈfɒlədʒi/ (branch of meteorology)  :: nefología {f}
nephritic {adj} (of or relating to the kidneys)  :: nefrítico
nephritic {adj} (of, relating to or affected with nephritis)  :: nefrítico
nephritis {n} (inflammation of the kidney)  :: nefritis {f}
nephrolith {n} (kidney stone) SEE: kidney stone  ::
nephrologist {n} (physician)  :: nefrólogo {m}, nefróloga {f}
nephrology {n} (branch of medicine that deals with the kidneys)  :: nefrología {f}
nephron {n} (basic structural and functional unit of the kidney)  :: nefrona {f}
nephrosclerosis {n} (ateriosclerosis)  :: nefrosclerosis {f}
nephrosclerotic {adj} (of or pertaining to nephrosclerosis)  :: nefroesclerótico
nepotism {n} /ˈnɛp.ə.tɪ.zəm/ (favoring of relatives or personal friends)  :: nepotismo {m}
Neptune {prop} (eighth planet of the solar system)  :: Neptuno {m}
Neptune {prop} /ˈnɛptuːn/ (Roman god of the ocean)  :: Neptuno {m}
neptunium {n} (chemical element)  :: neptunio {m}
nerd {n} /nɝːd/ (intellectual, skillful person, generally introverted)  :: nerd, ñoño {m}, nerdo {m}, cerebro {m}, mateo {m} [Chile], norio {m} [Ecuador], matado {m} [Peru], empollón {m} [Spain], friki {m-f} [Spain]
nereid {n} (mythological being)  :: nereida {f}
Nero {prop} /ˈnɪəɹəʊ/ (Roman Emperor from 54 to 68)  :: Nerón {m}
nerve {n} (agitation caused by a negative emotion)  :: nervios {m-p}
nerve {n} (audacity)  :: descaro {m}, frescura {f}
nerve {n} (bundle of neurons)  :: nervio {m}
nerve {n} (courage)  :: coraje {m}
nerve {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage  ::
nerve {v} (strengthen) SEE: strengthen  ::
nerve agent {n} (weapon of mass destruction) SEE: nerve gas  ::
nerve cell {n} (cell of the nervous system)  :: neurona {f}
nerve fibre {n} (axon) SEE: axon  ::
nerve gas {n} (weapon of mass destruction)  :: gas nervioso {m}
nervosity {n} (nervousness) SEE: nervousness  ::
nervous {adj} (anxious)  :: nervioso
nervous {adj} /ˈnɝː.vəs/ (easily agitated)  :: nervioso
nervous {adj} (relating to the nerves)  :: nervioso
nervous breakdown {n} (disabling attack of a psychological disorder)  :: ataque de nervios {m}
nervously {adv} (in a nervous manner)  :: nerviosamente
nervousness {n} (state or quality of being nervous)  :: nerviosidad {f}, nerviosismo {m}, intranquilidad {f}
nervous system {n} (system which coordinates the activity of the body)  :: sistema nervioso {m}
-ness {suffix} /nɪ̈s]/ (appended to adjectives to form nouns meaning "the state of ...", "the quality of ...", or "the measure of ...")  :: -idad
nest {n} (hideout)  :: cueva {f}
nest {n}  :: jerarquía {f}, nido {m}
nest {n} /nɛst/ (bird-built structure)  :: nido {m}
nest {n} (place for depositing eggs)  :: nido {m}
nest {n} (snug residence)  :: nido {m}
nest {v} (to build or settle into a nest)  :: anidar
nested {v} (embedded) SEE: embedded  ::
nested {v} (successively fit inside another)  :: anidado
nest egg {n} (savings)  :: ahorros {m-p}
Nestor {prop} (male given name)  :: Néstor
Nestorian {adj} (related to the teachings of Nestorius)  :: nestoriano
Nestorian {n} (A member of a "Nestorian" church)  :: nestoriano {m}, nestoriana {f}
Nestorianism {n} (The religious beliefs of the followers of Nestorius)  :: nestorianismo {m}
net {adj} (remaining after expenses or deductions)  :: neto {m}
net {n} (device for catching fish, butterflies etc.)  :: red {f}
net {n} (figurative: trap)  :: red {f}
net {n} (interconnecting system)  :: red {f}
net {n} /nɛt/ (mesh of string, cord or rope)  :: red {f}
netbook {n} (economical notebook computer)  :: ultraportátil {m}
nether {adj} (beneath the earth's surface)  :: subterráneo
nether {adj} /nɛð.ɚ/ (lower)  :: inferior, de abajo
Netherlander {n} /ˈnɛðɚˌlændɚ/ (someone from the Netherlands)  :: neerlandés {m}, neerlandesa {f}
Netherlandish {prop} (Dutch)  :: neerlandés {m}
Netherlands {adj} (pertaining to the Netherlands)  :: holandés, neerlandés
Netherlands {prop} /ˈnɛ.ðə.ləndz/ (country in northwestern Europe)  :: Países Bajos {m-p}, Holanda {f}
Netherlands Antilles {prop} (former autonomous territory)  :: Antillas Neerlandesas {p}
netizen {n} (member of Internet community)  :: internauta {f}
nettle {n} (deadnettle) SEE: deadnettle  ::
nettle {n} /ˈnɛt(ə)l/ (stinging herb of genus Urtica)  :: ortiga {f}
nettle {v}  :: picar, irritar, provocar
nettle-rash {n} (itchy areas of the skin) SEE: urticaria  ::
net weight {n} (weight of a product)  :: peso neto {m}
network {n} (interconnected group or system)  :: red {f}
network {n} (multiple computers and other devices connected together)  :: red {f}
network {n} /nɛtwɝk/ (fabric or structure of fibrous elements)  :: red {f}
neumatic {adj} (written using neumes)  :: neumático
neume {n} (sign used in early musical notation)  :: neuma {m}
neuralgia {n} (nerve pain)  :: neuralgia {f}
neural network {n}  :: red neuronal {f}, red neural {f}
neural tube {n} (hollow dorsal tube)  :: tubo neural {m}
neuraminic acid {n} (9-carbon amino carbohydrate)  :: ácido neuramínico {m}
neurobiology {n} (scientific study of nerve and brain fuction)  :: neurobiología {f}
neuroblast {n} (embryonic cell that develops into a nerve cell)  :: neuroblasto {m}
neurolinguistics {n} (Translations)  :: neurolingüística {f}
neurological {adj} (dealing with the study of the brain)  :: neurológico
neurologist {n} (doctor or scientist who practices or specializes in neurology)  :: neurólogo {m}
neurology {n} /n(j)uˈrɒlədʒi/ (branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system and its disorders)  :: neurología {f}
neuroma {n} (tumor composed of nerve cells)  :: neuroma {m}
neuron {n} /ˈnʊɹɑn/ (a cell of the nervous system)  :: neurona {f}
neuronal {adj} (of, or relating to a neuron)  :: neuronal
neuropathology {n} (pathology of the nervous system)  :: neuropatología {f}
neuropathy {n} (disease of the nervous system)  :: neuropatía {f}
neuropeptide {n} (peptide that function as a neurotransmitter)  :: neuropéptido {m}
neurophysiology {n} (branch of physiology that deals with the nervous system)  :: neurofisiología {f}
neurosis {n} (mental disorder)  :: neurosis {f}
neurosurgeon {n} (brain surgeon)  :: neurocirujano {m}, neurocirujana {f}
neurosurgery {n} (surgery of the brain)  :: neurocirugía {f}
neurosurgery {n} (surgical discipline focused on treating the nervous systems)  :: neurocirugía {f}
neurotic {adj} (Overanxious)  :: neurótico
neurotoxic {adj} (having a toxic effect on nerve tissue)  :: neurotóxico
neurotransmitter {n} (substance responsible for sending nerve signals across a synapse between two neurons)  :: neurotransmisor {m}
neurula {n} (zoology: an embryo of vertebrates in the state when the primitive band is first developed)  :: néurula {f}
neuter {adj} (grammar: having a form which is not masculine nor feminine)  :: neutro
neuter {adj} (grammar: intransitive)  :: neutro
neuter {adj} (having no generative organs, or imperfectly developed ones)  :: neutro
neuter {adj} /ˈnuːtɚ/ (archaic: neither the one thing nor the other)  :: neutral, neutro
neuter {v} (to remove sex organs from an animal)  :: castrar, capar
neutral {adj} /ˈnutɹəl/ (not taking sides in a conflict such as war)  :: neutral
neutral {n} (position of gears)  :: punto muerto {m}, punto neutral {m}
neutralisation {n} (neutralization) SEE: neutralization  ::
neutralise {v} (to make inactive or ineffective)  :: neutralizar
neutrality {n} (being neutral)  :: neutralidad {f}
neutralization {n} (neutralization)  :: neutralización {f}
neutrino {n} /njuːˈtɹiːnoʊ/ (en elementary particle with extremely small mass and no electric charge)  :: neutrino {m}
neutron {n} /ˈnjuːtrɒn/ (subatomic particle)  :: neutrón
neutron bomb {n} (atomic bomb that produces a greater amount of neutrons)  :: bomba de neutrones {f}
neutron star {n} (star composed of neutrons)  :: estrella de neutrones {f}
Nevada {prop} /nɨˈvæːdə/ (US state)  :: Nevada {f}
Nevadan {n}  :: Nevadeño
never {adv} /ˈnɛvɚ/ (at no time)  :: nunca, jamás
never again {adv} (at no time in the future)  :: nunca más
never ever {adv} (emphatic never)  :: nunca jamás
never mind {v} (do not be concerned (about someone or something, or about doing something))  :: no se preocupe, no te preocupes
never mind {v} (it is not important)  :: es igual, no importa, da igual
never mind {v} (I was wrong; I withdraw my previous statement)  :: no importa
nevermore {adv} (never again) SEE: never again  ::
never say die {interj} (do not despair)  :: nunca te rindas
nevertheless {adv} /ˈnɛvɚðəlɛs/ (in spite of what preceded)  :: no obstante, sin embargo
nevus {n} (benign lesion on skin) SEE: mole  ::
new {adj} (current or later)  :: nuevo
new {adj} (distinguishing something established more recently)  :: nuevo
new {adj} (inexperienced, unaccustomed)  :: nuevo
new {adj} (in original condition, pristine)  :: nuevo
new {adj} /n(j)uː/ (recently made or created)  :: nuevo
new {adj} (recently arrived or appeared)  :: nuevo
new {adj} (strange, unfamiliar)  :: nuevo
Newari {prop} (Newari language)  :: nepal bhasa {m}, newar de Katmandú
newb {n} /njuːb/ (newbie) SEE: newbie  ::
newbie {n} /ˈnjuːbi/ (new (inexperienced) user or participant)  :: novato, usuario nuevo {m}, principiante {m} {f}
newborn {adj} (reborn) SEE: reborn  ::
newborn {adj} (recently born)  :: recién nacido {m}
newborn {n} (recently born baby)  :: recién nacido {m}
New Brunswick {prop} /njuː ˈbɹʌnz.wɪk/ (Province in eastern Canada)  :: Nuevo Brunswick
New Caledonia {prop} /ˈnu ˌkæl.ɪˈdoʊ.ni.ə/ (overseas territory of France)  :: Nueva Caledonia {f}
New Caledonian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to New Caledonia)  :: neocaledonio, de Nueva Caledonia
New Caledonian {n} (person from New Caledonia)  :: neocaledonio, de Nueva Caledonia
Newcastle disease {n} (disease of poultry)  :: enfermedad de Newcastle {f}
newcomer {n} (one who has recently arrived in a community)  :: recién llegado {m}, recién llegada {f}
New Delhi {prop} (capital of India)  :: Nueva Delhi {f}
New England {prop} (six states of the United States)  :: Nueva Inglaterra {f}
newer {adj} /ˈnuɚ/ (More recent)  :: más nuevo
newfangled {adj} /ˌnuˈfæŋ.ɡəld/ (modern, unfamiliar or different)  :: moderno, ultramoderno
Newfoundland {prop} /ˈn(j)uˌfaʊnd.lənd/ (Island off the the coast of Eastern Canada.)  :: Terranova {f}
New Guinea {prop} (large island)  :: Nueva Guinea {f}
New Hampshire {prop} /nuːˈhæmpʃɚ/ (US state)  :: Nueva Hampshire {f}
New Jersey {prop} /nuːˈdʒɝzi/ (a northeast state of the United States of America)  :: Nueva Jersey {f}
newly {adv} (In a new manner)  :: nuevamente
newlywed {n} (a recently married person)  :: recién casado {m}, recién casada {f}
New Mexican {adj} (of, from or relating to New Mexico)  :: neomexicano
New Mexican {n} (an inhabitant or a resident of the state of New Mexico)  :: neomexicano {m}, neomexicana {f}
New Mexico {prop} /nu ˈmɛk.si.koʊ/ (US State)  :: Nuevo México {m}
new moon {n} (phase of moon when in conjunction with sun)  :: luna nueva {f}, novilunio {m}
newness {n} (novelty)  :: novedad {f}
New Orleans {prop} /n(j)uː ˈɔɹliənz/ (city)  :: Nueva Orleans {f}
news {n} /n(j)uːz/ (new information of interest)  :: noticias {f-p}
news {n} (reports of current events)  :: telediario {m}, informativos {m-p}, noticias {f}, noticiero {m}
news agency {n} (organisation that gathers and distributes news)  :: agencia de información {f}, agencia de noticias {f}
newsagent {n} (retail business)  :: estanco {m}
news anchor {n} (presenter of news broadcasts)  :: presentador de noticias {m}
newsletter {n} (publication)  :: boletín de noticias {m}, boletín informativo {m}
New South Wales {prop} (one state of Australia)  :: Nueva Gales del Sur {f}
newspaper {n} /ˈnuːzˌpeɪpɚ/ (publication)  :: periódico {m}
newspaper {n} (paper on which newspapers are printed)  :: papel de periódico {m}
Newspeak {n} (newspeak) SEE: newspeak  ::
Newspeak {prop} (fictional language)  :: neolengua
newsreader {n} (news anchor) SEE: news anchor  ::
newsstand {n} (open stall where newspapers and magazines are on sale)  :: kiosco {m}, quiosco {m}
newt {n} (type of salamander)  :: tritón {m}
New Testament {prop} (second half of the Christian Bible)  :: Nuevo Testamento {m}
newton {n} (derived unit of force)  :: newton {m}
New World {prop} (North America and South America)  :: Nuevo Mundo {m}
New Year {n} (January 1 in the Julian and Gregorian calendar and the days following)  :: año nuevo {m}
New Year's Day {n} (holiday occurring on January 1st)  :: Año Nuevo {m}
New Year's Eve {prop} (holiday on December 31st)  :: Nochevieja
New York {prop} (city) SEE: New York City  ::
New York {prop} /nuː ˈjɔɹk/ (state)  :: Nueva York {f}
New York City {prop} (large city in the USA)  :: Nueva York
New Yorker {n} (a native or resident of New York City)  :: neoyorkino, neoyorquino {m}
New York State {prop} (The State of New York)  :: Nueva York {f}
New Zealand {prop} /ˈnu ˈzi.lənd/ (country in Oceania)  :: Nueva Zelanda {f}, Nueva Zelandia {f}
New Zealand dollar {n} (official currency of New Zealand)  :: dólar neozelandés {m}
New Zealander {n} (a person from New Zealand or of New Zealand descent)  :: neocelandés {m}, neozelandés {m}, neozelandesa {f}
New Zealandress {n} (female New Zealander)  :: neozelandesa {f}
next {adj} (being closer to the present location than all other items)  :: próximo
next {adj} (nearest date, time, space or order)  :: próximo
next {adj} /nɛkst/ (following in a sequence)  :: siguiente, próximo
next {adv} (In a time, place or sequence closest or following)  :: junto a, al lado de
next {adv} (On the first subsequent occasion)  :: pues, después
next {n} (the one that follows after this one (in languages with a definite article that is generally required in this sense))  :: siguiente {m} {f}, próxima {f}, próximo {m}
next {prep} (next to) SEE: next to  ::
next {prep} (on the side of)  :: al lado
nextly {adv} (next) SEE: next  ::
next to {prep} (beside; alongside)  :: junto a, al lado de, cabe
next to nothing {pron} (very little)  :: casi nada
nexus {n} (centre of something)  :: centro
nexus {n} (connected group)  :: enchufe {m} [colloquial], cuña {f} [colloquial], junta {f}, vínculo {m}, vinculación {f}
nexus {n} /ˈnɛksəs/ (connection)  :: nexo {m}, conexión {f}
négligée {n} /ˈnɛɡlɪʒeɪ/ (nightgown)  :: camisón de encaje {m}
NGO {initialism} (non-governmental organization)  :: ONG
Niamey {prop} (capital of Niger)  :: Niamey
nib {n} (bill of a bird)  :: pico {m}
nib {n} /nɪb/ (tip of a pen)  :: plumín {m}
nibble {v} (eat with small bites)  :: comiscar, comisquear, picotear
nibling {n} /ˈnɪblɪŋ/ (a nephew or niece)  :: sobrino, (no de sexo masculino, sino refiriéndose a cualquier sexo)
Nicaragua {prop} /ˌnɪk.əˈɹɑ.ɡwə/ (A country in Central America)  :: Nicaragua
Nicaraguan {adj} (pertaining to Nicaragua)  :: nicaragüense
Nicaraguan {n} (person from Nicaragua)  :: nicaragüense
nice {adj} (attractive)  :: bonito {m}, bello {m}, lindo
nice {adj} (having a pleasant taste or aroma)  :: rico, bueno
nice {adj} /naɪs/ (pleasant)  :: simpático {m}, agradable, amable
Nice {prop} /niːs/ (city in France)  :: Niza {f}
Nicene Creed {prop} (official creed of the early Christian church stating tenets of the Christian faith)  :: Símbolo niceno {m}
nice to meet you {phrase} (pleased to meet you) SEE: pleased to meet you  ::
Nicholas {prop} /ˈnɪk.ə.ləs/ (male given name)  :: Nicolás
nick {n} (nickname) SEE: nickname  ::
nickel {n} /ˈnɪk.əl/ (element)  :: níquel {m}
nickel {v} (to plate with nickel)  :: niquelar
nickel silver {n} (alloy)  :: metal blanco {m}, alpaca {f}
nickname {n} /nɪkneɪm/ (familiar, invented given name)  :: apodo {m}, mote {m}, sobrenombre {m}, [Bolivia, Peru] chapa {f}
Nicola {prop} /ˈnɪ.kə.lə/ (feminine form of Nicholas)  :: Nicolasa
Nicole {prop} (female given name) SEE: Nicola  ::
Nicosia {prop} (capital of Cyprus)  :: Nicosia
nicotine {n} /ˈnɪkətiːn/ (addictive alkaloid derived from tobacco)  :: nicotina {f}
niddy-noddy {n} (a tool to make skeins from yarn)  :: aspa {f}
nidify {v} /ˈnɪd.əˌfaɪ/ (to make a nest)  :: nidificar
niece {n} /niːs/ (fraternal or sororal niece)  :: sobrina {f}
niece-in-law {n} (Niece of someone's husband.) SEE: niece  ::
niece-in-law {n} (Niece of someone's wife.) SEE: niece  ::
niece-in-law {n}  :: sobrina política
nief {n} /niːf/ (fist) SEE: fist  ::
nifty {adj} /ˈnɪfti/ (good, useful)  :: bueno, chulo, bonito, ingenioso
Niger {prop} /ˈnaɪdʒɚ/ (country)  :: Níger
Nigeria {prop} /naɪˈdʒɪə(ɹ).i.ə/ ( in Western Africa)  :: Nigeria {f}
Nigerian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Nigeria, the Nigerian people or culture)  :: nigeriano
Nigerian {n} (a person from Nigeria)  :: nigeriano {m}
Nigerien {adj} (pertaining to Niger)  :: nigerino {m}
Nigerien {n} /niːˈʒɛəriən/ (person)  :: nigerino {m}, nigerina {f}
niggard {n} /ˈnɪɡɚd]/ (a miser or stingy person) SEE: skinflint  ::
niggardly {adj} /ˈnɪɡɚdli/ (withholding)  :: [rehuso] malicioso {m}
niggardly {adv} (in a parsimonious way) SEE: stingily  ::
nigger {n} /ˈnɪɡə(ɹ)/ (negro person)  :: negro, mayate [Chicano slang], negrillo {m}, negrito {m}, negrote {m}, negraso {m}, negro de mierda, mono {m}, gorila {m}
nigh {adj} /naɪ/ (near, close by)  :: cerca
nigh {adv} (almost; nearly)  :: cercano
night {n} (darkness)  :: oscuridad {f}
night {n} (evening or night spent at a particular activity)  :: tarde {f}
night {n} /naɪt/ (period between sunset and sunrise)  :: noche {f}
night and day {adv} (day and night) SEE: day and night  ::
night blindness {n} (nyctalopia; the inability to see clearly in faint light)  :: ceguera nocturna {f}
nightcap {n} (warm cap worn at night)  :: gorro de dormir {m}
nightclub {n} (establishment that is open late at night)  :: club nocturno
nightdress {n} (sleeping garment worn by women) SEE: nightgown  ::
night emission {n} (nocturnal emission) SEE: nocturnal emission  ::
nightfall {n} (the close of the day; the coming of night)  :: anochecer {m}
nightgown {n} (sleeping garment worn by women)  :: camisón
nighthawk {n} /ˈnaɪthɑk/ (New World nightjar)  :: chotacabras {m}
nightie {n} (sleeping garment worn by women) SEE: nightgown  ::
nightingale {n} /ˈnaɪtɪŋɡeɪl/ (bird)  :: ruiseñor {m}
nightjar {n} /ˈnaɪtdʒɑr/ (nocturnal bird of the family Caprimulgidae)  :: chotacabras {m}, guardacaminos {m}
nightlife {n} (Selection of nocturnal activities)  :: vida nocturna {f}
nightly {adj} (occurring every night)  :: nocturno {m}, nocturnos {m-p}, nocturna {f}, nocturnas {f-p}
nightly {adv} (every night)  :: cada noche
nightmare {n} (a bad or difficult experience)  :: pesadilla {f}
nightmare {n} /naɪt.mɛəɹ/ (a very bad or frightening dream)  :: pesadilla {f}
night owl {n} ((idiomatic) one who stays up late at night or goes to bed late)  :: ave nocturna, noctámbulo {m}, trasnochador {m}, noctívago
nightshade {n} /ˈnaɪtʃeɪd/ (plant of genus Solanum)  :: solanácea {f}
nightshirt {n} (shirt-like garment) SEE: nightgown  ::
nightstand {n} (small table placed at the head side of a bed)  :: mesa de noche {f}, mesita de noche {f}, buró {m} [Mexico], mesilla de noche {f} [Spain], mesita de luz {f} [Argentina], velador {m} [Chile]
nihilism {n} /ˈnaɪ(h)ɨ̞lɪz(ə)m/ (extreme philosophical scepticism)  :: nihilismo
nihilist {n} /ˈnaɪɪlɪst/ (person who accepts nihilism)  :: nihilista {m} {f}
Nike {prop} /ˈnaɪkiː/ (Greek goddess of victory)  :: Niké
Nikolayev {prop} (Mykolaiv) SEE: Mykolaiv  ::
nil {n} /nɪl/ (nothing)  :: nada, cero
Nile {prop} /naɪl/ (river)  :: Nilo {m}
Nilean {adj} (Nilotic) SEE: Nilotic  ::
nimble {adj} /ˈnɪmbl̩/ (quick and light in movement or action)  :: ágil
nimble {adj} (quick-witted and alert)  :: hábil
nimbus {n} /ˈnɪmbəs/ (rain cloud)  :: nimbo {m}
Nimrod {prop} (biblical king and hunter)  :: Nemrod
nincompoop {n} /ˈnɪn.kəm.puːp/ (silly or foolish person)  :: bobo, soso, sosaina, tonto, memo, panoli, lila, pavitonto, pasmarote, bendito, majadero, papanatas, primo, Juan Lanas, imbécil, gilipollas
nine {n} (the digit or figure 9)  :: nueve {m} {f}
nine {num} /naɪn/ (cardinal number)  :: nueve
nine-banded armadillo {n} (Dasypus novemcinctus)  :: armadillo de nueve bandas {m}
nine hundred {num} /ˈnaɪn ˈhʌn.dɹəd/ (cardinal number 900)  :: novecientos {m}, novecientas {f}
nine o'clock {n} (the start of the tenth hour)  :: las nueve
ninesome {n} (group of nine)  :: noneto {m}
nineteen {num} /ˈnaɪn.tiːn/ (cardinal number)  :: diecinueve
nineteenth {adj} /ˌnaɪnˈtiːnθ/ (the ordinal form of the number nineteen)  :: decimonoveno {m}, decimonovena {f}, [abbreviations] 19º {m}, 19ª {f}
ninetieth {adj} /ˈnaɪntiəθ/ (ordinal form of ninety)  :: nonagésimo
ninetieth {n} (one of ninety equal parts of a whole)  :: nonagésimo {m}
ninetieth {n} (person or thing in the ninetieth position)  :: nonagésimo {m}
ninety {num} /ˈnaɪn.ti/ (90)  :: noventa
ninety-eight {num} (98)  :: noventa y ocho
ninety-five {num} (95)  :: noventa y cinco
ninety-four {num} (94)  :: noventa y cuatro
ninety-nine {n} (cardinal number 99)  :: noventa y nueve
ninety-one {num} (cardinal number ninety-one)  :: noventa y uno
ninety-seven {num} (97)  :: noventa y siete
ninety-six {num} (96)  :: noventa y seis
ninety-three {num} (93)  :: noventa y tres
ninety-two {num} (92)  :: noventa y dos
ninja {n} /ˈnɪn.dʒə/ (person trained in stealth, espionage, assassination and ninjutsu)  :: ninja {m}
Nintendo {n} (Nintendo Entertainment System, or other video game system made by Nintendo)  :: Nintendo
ninth {adj} /naɪnθ/ (ordinal form of nine)  :: noveno, [abbreviation] 9º
ninth {n} (one of nine equal parts of a whole)  :: noveno
ninth {n} (something in the ninth position)  :: noveno {m}, novena {f}
niobium {n} (chemical element)  :: niobio {m}
Nip {n} /nɪp/ (offensive: a Japanese person) SEE: Jap  ::
nip in the bud {v} /ˈnɪp.ɪn.ðəˈbʌd/ ((idiom) to prevent at an early stage)  :: cortar de raíz
nipple {n} /ˈnɪp(ə)l/ (projection of mammary gland)  :: niple {f}, pezón {m}
Nippo- {prefix} (relating to Japan or Japanese)  :: japono-
Nipponese {adj} (Japanese) SEE: Japanese  ::
Nipponese {prop} (Japanese) SEE: Japanese  ::
nipponize {v} (to convert to Katakana or to enable to work with the Japanese script)  :: niponizar
nipponize {v} (to make or become more Japanese)  :: niponizar
nipponize {v} (to translate into Japanese)  :: traducir a japonés
niqab {n} /nɪˈkɑːb/ (veil) SEE: yashmak  ::
niqqud {n} (nikud) SEE: nikud  ::
nirvana {n} (Buddhist state of bliss)  :: nirvana {m}
nirvana {n} /nɪɹˈvɑnə/ (cessation of suffering)  :: nirvana {m}
nit {n} (egg of a louse)  :: liendre {f}
nitpicky {adj} (overly critical)  :: quisquilloso {m}
nitrary {n}  :: nitrería {f}
nitric acid {n} (HNO3)  :: ácido nítrico {m}
nitric oxide {n} (binary compound of nitrogen and oxygen)  :: óxido nítrico {m}
nitride {n} (compound of nitrogen)  :: nitruro {m}
nitriding {n} /ˈnaɪ.tɹaɪd.iŋ/ (method of hardening steel)  :: nitruración {f}
nitrile {n} (class of organic compounds)  :: nitrilo {m}
nitrite {n} (-NO2 and NO2-)  :: nitrito {m}
nitrite {n} (salt or ester of nitrous acid)  :: nitrito {m}
nitrogen {n} /ˈnaɪtɹədʒən/ (chemical element)  :: nitrógeno {m}
nitrogen monoxide {n} (nitric oxide) SEE: nitric oxide  ::
nitroglycerine {n} (the compound glyceryl-tri-nitrate)  :: nitroglicerina {f}
nitro-hydrochloric acid {n} (aqua regia) SEE: aqua regia  ::
nitrous {adj} (of or relating to nitrogen)  :: nitroso
nitrous oxide {n} (nitrous oxide)  :: óxido nitroso {m}
nitroxyl {n} (aminoxyl) SEE: aminoxyl  ::
Niue {prop} /ˈnjuːeɪ/ (Republic of Niue)  :: Niue
nix {n} /nɪks/ (colloquial: nothing)  :: nada
nix {v} (to destroy)  :: destruir, erradicar, exterminar, aniquilar
nix {v} (to reject or cancel)  :: anular, rechazar, cancelar
nizatidine {n} (antihistamine drug)  :: nizatidina {f}
Nizhny Novgorod {prop} (large city in Russia)  :: Nizhni Nóvgorod {m}
Nkore {prop} (Nyankole) SEE: Nyankole  ::
NMR spectroscopy {n} (analytical technique)  :: espectroscopia de RMN {f}
no {determiner} (not any)  :: no, ninguno {m} [used after or instead of a masculine noun], ningún {m} [used before a masculine noun], nada de
no {determiner} (used to show an activity is forbidden)  :: [followed by an infinitive] se prohíbe
no {n} (a negating expression)  :: no
no {n} (a vote not in favor)  :: no
no. {n} (number)  :: {m}
no {particle} (used to show agreement with a negative question (in some languages this response is the usual word for "yes"))  :: no
no {particle} (used to show disagreement or negation)  :: no
No {n} (Noh) SEE: Noh  ::
Noah {prop} (male given name)  :: Noé
Noah {prop} /ˈnoʊə/ (biblical character)  :: Noé {m}
Noah's ark {prop} (the vessel built by Noah under God's instructions, as described in Genesis)  :: arca de Noé
nobelium {n} (chemical element)  :: nobelio {m}
Nobel laureate {n} (person who has been awarded a Nobel Prize)  :: premio nobel {m}
Nobel Prize {n} /ˌnoʊbɛl ˈpɹaɪz/ (international prize)  :: Premio Nobel {m}
nobility {n} (noble or privileged social class)  :: nobleza {f}
nobility {n} (the quality of being noble)  :: nobleza {f}
noble {adj} (having honorable qualities)  :: noble
noble {n} /ˈnoʊbəl/ (aristocrat)  :: noble
noble gas {n} (element of group 18 of the periodic table)  :: gas noble {m}
noble metal {n} (metal resistant to corrosion)  :: metal noble {m}
nobly {adv} (in a noble manner)  :: noblemente
nobody {n} (unimportant person)  :: don nadie {m}, pelagatos {m} {f}
nobody {pron} /ˈnoʊ.bə.di/ (not any person; the logical negation of somebody) SEE: no one  ::
nobody's perfect {phrase} (phrase to remind that we all fail at times)  :: nadie es perfecto
nociception {n} (physiological process underlying the sensation of pain)  :: nocicepción {f}
no comment {interj} ("official" refusal to relay any further information)  :: sin comentarios
noctilucin {n} (fat-like substance) SEE: noctilucine  ::
nocturnal {adj} /nɑkˈtɚnəl/ (primarily active during the night)  :: nocturno
nocturnal {adj} (taking place at night)  :: nocturno
nocturnal emission {n} (ejaculation or orgasm while asleep)  :: polución nocturna {f}, emisión nocturna
nod {n} (instance of moving one's head)  :: cabezada {f}
nod {v} (gradually fall asleep)  :: cabecear
nod {v} (incline (the head) up and down)  :: cabecear
nod {v} /nɑd/ (incline the head up and down)  :: asentir con la cabeza
node {n} (vertex of a graph)  :: nodo {m}
no doubt {adv} (without a doubt)  :: sin duda
nodular {adj} (of or relating to a nodule or modules)  :: nodular
nodular {adj} (similar in form to a nodule)  :: nodular
nodule {n} /ˈnɑːd͡ʒuːl/ (rounded mass)  :: nódulo
no entry {phrase} (entry is forbidden)  :: no entre
noetic {adj} /noʊˈɛt.ɪk/ (of or pertaining to the mind or intellect)  :: noético
no-fly zone {n} (an airspace in which aircraft, especially military aircraft, are forbidden to fly)  :: zona de exclusión aérea {f}
Nogai {prop} (language)  :: idioma nogayo
Nogai {prop} (person)  :: nogayo
no good deed goes unpunished {proverb} (used to express the idea that beneficial actions often go unappreciated or are met with outright hostility)  :: todas las buenas obras serán castigadas {f}, no hay bien sin castigo
no holds barred {adj}  :: todo vale (literally, "total/all value")
no idea {interj} (I don't know)  :: no sé
no idea {interj} (indicates complete ambivalence about something)  :: ni idea
noise {n} /nɔɪz/ (various sounds, usually unwanted)  :: ruido {m}
noise {n}  :: ruido {m}
noise {n} (sound or signal generated by random fluctuations)  :: ruido {m}
noise {n} (technical: unwanted part of a signal)  :: ruido {m}
noise pollution {n} (excessive noise)  :: contaminación acústica {f}
noisily {adv} (in a noisy manner)  :: ruidosamente
noisy {adj} /ˈnɔɪzi/ (making a noise)  :: ruidoso
no kidding {interj} (exclamation of amazement)  :: no me digas
nolle prosequi {n} (declaration that a prosecution will not proceed)  :: abandono de proceso {m}
no longer {adv} (not any more)  :: ya no
nomad {n} (a member of a group of people who, having no fixed home, move around seasonally in search of food, water and grazing etc)  :: nómada {m} {f}
nomad {n} (a wanderer)  :: nómada {f}
nomadic {adj} (leading a wandering life with no fixed abode; peripatetic, itinerant)  :: nómada
nomadic {adj} /nəʊˈmæd.ɪk/ (of, or relating to nomads)  :: nómada
nomadism {n} (way of life of a nomad)  :: nomadismo {m}
no matter what {pron} (anything)  :: no importa que
nom de Web {n} (pseudonym used on the World Wide Web)  :: alias, apodo, seudónimo
nominal {adj} /ˈnɒm.ɪnl̩/ (of or relating to a name or names)  :: nominal
nominal {adj} (of or relating to a noun)  :: nominal
nominal {adj} (of or relating to the presumed or approximate value)  :: nominal
nominalization {n} (use of a verb or an adjective as a noun)  :: substantivación {f}, nominalización {f}
nominalize {v} /ˈnɑmənəlaɪz/ (to change into a noun)  :: nominalizar, sustantivar
nominate {v} /ˈnɑm.ɪ.neɪt/ (to name someone for a particular role or position)  :: postular
nominative {adj} /ˈnɒmnətɪv/ (giving a name, naming; designating)  :: nominativo {m}
nominative {n} (the nominative case) SEE: nominative case  ::
nominative case {n} (case used to indicate the subject)  :: caso nominativo {m}
nominee {n} /ˌnɒmɪˈniː/ (a person named or designated to any office, duty or position)  :: nominado {m}, nominada {f}
nom nom nom {interj} (sound of a person chewing)  :: ñam ñam ñam
nomology {n}  :: nomología {f}
nonagon {n} (A polygon with nine sides and nine angles)  :: eneágono {m}, nonágono {m}
nonagonal {adj} (having nine sides and nine angles)  :: eneágono, nonagonal
nonce {n} /nɑn(t)s]/ (a stupid or worthless person) SEE: goof  ::
nonce word {n}  :: ideíca
nonce word {n} (word invented for the occasion)  :: expresión ad hoc {f}, palabro {m}, hápax {m}
nonchalant {adj} (indifferent; unconcerned; behaving as if detached)  :: indiferente
nonchalant {adj} /ˌnɑn.ʃəˈlɑnt/ (casually calm and relaxed)  :: casual; relajado
non-coding RNA {n} (RNA molecule which is not translated into a protein)  :: RNA no codificante {m}
noncombined {adj} (uncombined) SEE: uncombined  ::
noncommissioned officer {n} (non-commissioned officer) SEE: non-commissioned officer  ::
non-commissioned officer {n} (person of authority in the military who has not received a commission)  :: suboficial {m}
noncontroversial {adj} (uncontroversial) SEE: uncontroversial  ::
nondenominational {adj} (not specific to a particular religion or sect)  :: no sectario
non-determinism {n} (non-determinism) SEE: nondeterminism  ::
non-deterministic {adj} (non-deterministic) SEE: nondeterministic  ::
none {pron} /nʌn/ (not any person; no one, nobody)  :: nadie, ninguno
none {pron} (not any)  :: ninguno
non-empty {adj} (containing at least one element)  :: no vacío
nonempty {adj} (of set, such that it contains at least one element) SEE: non-empty  ::
nonentity {n} (nonexistence) SEE: nonexistence  ::
nonet {n} (composition)  :: noneto {m}
nonetheless {adv} /ˌnʌnðəˈlɛs/ (nevertheless)  :: no obstante, sin embargo
nonexistence {n} (The state of not existing)  :: inexistencia {f}
nonexistent {adj} (not existent)  :: inexistente
non-governmental organization {n} (organization with no government participation)  :: organización no gubernamental {f}
nonius {n} /ˈnəʊnɪəs/ (device for adjusting the accuracy of mathematical instruments)  :: nonius {m}, nonio {m}
nonkilling {n} (A precept or worldview)  :: no-matar {m}
nonmetal {n} (element that does not have the properties of a metal)  :: no metal {m}
nonnegative {adj} (either zero or positive)  :: no negativo
nonpayment {n} (failure to pay)  :: impago {m}
non-player character {n} (a character in a role-playing game or computer game)  :: personaje no-jugador {m} (NPC)
nonplussed {adj} (bewildered)  :: perplejo
nonprofit {adj} (not seeking to produce a profit)  :: sin ánimo de lucro
nonsense {n} (meaningless words)  :: tontería {f}, disparate {m}, parida {f}
nonsense {n} (untrue statement)  :: tonterías {f-p}, estupidez {f}
non-smoker {n} (somebody who does not smoke tobacco)  :: no fumador {m}, no fumadora {f}
nonsymmetric {adj} (asymmetrical) SEE: asymmetrical  ::
nonviolence {n} (philosophy that rejects violence)  :: abstención de la violencia {f}
noodle {n} (fool) SEE: fool  ::
noodle {n} /nuːdl/ (string or strip of pasta)  :: tallarín {m}, fideo {m}
noodle {n} (the brain, the head)  :: sesos {m-p}, sesera {f}
no offense {phrase} (no offense)  :: sin ánimo de ofender
noogie {n} (knuckle rub on head)  :: coscorrón {m}
nook {n} (hidden or secluded spot)  :: rincón
nook {n} /nʊk/ (small corner formed by two walls)  :: rincón {m}
noon {n} (midnight) SEE: midnight  ::
noon {n} /nuːn/ (midday)  :: mediodía {m}
no one {pron} /ˈnoʊwʌn/ (not even a single person)  :: nadie
noose {n} /nuːs/ (an adjustable loop or rope)  :: dogal {m}
no pain, no gain {proverb} (discomfort is necessary to achieve goals)  :: sin dolor no hay ganancia
no parking {phrase} (no parking)  :: prohibido estacionar
nope {adv} /noʊp/ (informal "no")  :: nop
no problem {interj} (it does not pose a problem)  :: ¡no hay problema!
no problem {interj} (no thanks or apology is necessary)  :: de nada, no hay de qué
nor {conj} /nɔːɹ/ (nor)  :: ni
noradrenaline {n} /nɔːɹəˈdɹɛnəlɪn/ (the compound norepinephrine)  :: noradrenalina {f}
nordic {adj} /ˈnɔː(ɹ).dɪk/ (of or relating to cross-country skiing)  :: nórdico
nordic {adj} (Nordic) SEE: Nordic  ::
Nordic {adj} /ˈnɔː(ɹ).dɪk/ (of or relating to the Nordic countries)  :: nórdico
Nordic {adj} (of or relating to cross-country skiing) SEE: nordic  ::
Nordic countries {prop} (group of countries)  :: países nórdicos {m-p}, Escandinavia {f}
norepinephrine {n} (norepinephrine)  :: norepinefrina {f}
Norfolk Island {prop} /ˈnɔɹ.fɔk ˈaɪ.lənd/ (external territory of Australia)  :: isla Norfolk {f}
noria {n} (any machine using buckets)  :: noria {f}
noria {n} /ˈnɔɹ.i.ə/ (a water wheel with buckets)  :: noria {f}
norm {n} /nɔːm/ (that which is normal)  :: norma {f}
norm {n} (rule that is enforced by members of a community)  :: norma {f}
Norma {prop} (constellation)  :: Norma
normal {adj} (healthy; not sick or ill)  :: normal, bien, sano {m}
normal {adj} /nɔː(ɹ).məl/ (according to norms or rules)  :: normal
normal {adj} (usual, ordinary)  :: normal
normal {n} (mathematics: a line perpendicular to another)  :: normal {f}
normalcy {n} (state of being normal)  :: normalidad {f}
normalization {n} (any process that makes something more normal or regular)  :: normalización {f}
normally {adv} (in the expected or customary manner)  :: normalmente, de costumbre
normally {adv}  :: normalmente
normally {adv} (under normal conditions or circumstances; usually; most of the time)  :: normalmente, de costumbre
normal subgroup {n} (subgroup that is invariant under conjugation)  :: subgrupo normal {m}
Normandy {prop} (region of France)  :: Normandía {f}
normative {adj} (of, pertaining to, or using a norm or standard)  :: normativo
north {adj}  :: norteño
north {adj} (toward the north)  :: al norte
north {n} /noːɹθ/ (compass point)  :: norte {m}
North America {prop} (continent)  :: América del Norte {f}
North American {adj} (relating to North America)  :: norteamericano
North American {n} (North American person)  :: norteamericano
North Carolina {prop} /ˌnɔɹθ kɛɹəˈlaɪnə/ (state of the United States)  :: Carolina del Norte {f}
North Dakota {prop} /ˈnɔɹθ dəˈkoʊ.tə/ (state of the United States of America)  :: Dakota del Norte {f}
northeast {adj}  :: noreste, del noreste
northeast {n} (compass point)  :: nordeste, noreste {m}
northern {adj} /ˈnɔɹðɚn/ (facing, situated in or related to the north)  :: septentrional, norteño
northern bottlenose whale {n} (species of bottlenose whale)  :: zifio calderón boreal {m}
Northern Cyprus {prop} (a de-facto state)  :: República Turca del Norte de Chipre, RTNC
northerner {n} (person from the north of a region)  :: norteño {m}, norteña {f}
Northern Europe {prop} (sociopolitical region of Europe)  :: Europa del Norte {f}
northern flicker {n} (Colaptes auratus)  :: carpintero escapulario, carpintero de pechera
Northern Hemisphere {n} (hemisphere to the north of its equator)  :: hemisferio norte {m}
Northern Ireland {prop} (Northern Ireland)  :: Irlanda del Norte
northern lapwing {n} (Vanellus vanellus)  :: avefría
northern lights {n} (the aurora of the northern hemisphere)  :: aurora boreal {f}
Northern Mariana Islands {prop} /ˈnɔɹ.ðɚn ˌmɛɹ.iˈæn.ə ˈaɪ.ləndz/ (archipelago)  :: Islas Marianas del Norte {f-p}
Northern Marianas {prop} (Northern Marianas)  :: Islas Marianas del Norte
northern raven {n} (common raven) SEE: common raven  ::
northern red oak {n} (red oak) SEE: red oak  ::
Northern Sea Route {prop} (a shipping lane in the Arctic Ocean)  :: ruta del Mar del Norte {f}, paso del Noreste {m}
Northern Territory {prop} (Territory in northern Australia)  :: Territorio del Norte {m}
northern wild rice {n} (Zizania palustris)  :: arroz indígena {m}
North Frisian {prop} (Frisian language)  :: frisio norteño
North Holland {prop} (province of the Netherlands)  :: Holanda Septentrional {f}
North Korea {prop} (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)  :: Corea del Norte {f}
North Korean {adj} (pertaining to North Korea)  :: norcoreano {m}
North Korean {n} (person from North Korea)  :: norcoreano {m}
North Ossetia {prop} (North Ossetia-Alania) SEE: North Ossetia-Alania  ::
North Ossetia-Alania {prop} (a federal subject of Russia)  :: Osetia del Norte
north pole {n} /ˌnɔːθ ˈpəʊl/  :: polo norte
North Pole {prop} (northernmost point on Earth)  :: Polo Norte {m}
North Rhine-Westphalia {prop} (state)  :: Renania del Norte-Westfalia
North Sea {prop} (an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean betwwen Britain, Scandinavia and Germany, the Neatherlands, Belgium and France)  :: Mar del Norte {m}
North Star {prop} (Pole Star) SEE: Pole Star  ::
Northumbria {prop} /nɔːˈθʌmbrɪə/ (An Anglo-Saxon kingdom in the Northeast of England.)  :: Nortumbria {f}
northwest {adj} (towards the northwest)  :: del noroeste
northwest {n} (compass point)  :: noroeste {m}
Norway {prop} /ˈnɔɹ.weɪ/ (Scandinavian country)  :: Noruega {f}
Norway pine {n} (Pinus resinosa) SEE: red pine  ::
Norwegian {adj} (of or pertaining to Norway)  :: noruego {m}, noruega {f}
Norwegian {adj} (of or pertaining to Norwegians)  :: noruego {m}, noruega {f}
Norwegian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Norwegian language)  :: noruego {m}, noruega {f}
Norwegian {n} (native of Norway)  :: noruego {m}, noruega {f}
Norwegian {prop} /nɔːrˈwiː.dʒən/ (language of Norway)  :: noruego {m}
nose {n} (bouquet)  :: nariz {f} [rare]
nose {n} (length of a horse’s nose)  :: nariz {f}
nose {n} /noʊz/ (protuberance on the face)  :: nariz {f}
nose {n} (skill at finding information)  :: olfato {m}
nose {n} (skill in recognising bouquet)  :: olfato {m}
nose {n} (snout, nose of an animal)  :: hocico {m}, morro {m}
nose {v} (to nuzzle) SEE: nuzzle  ::
nosebleed {n} /ˈnəʊzˌblid/ (a haemorrhage from the nose)  :: hemorragia nasal {f}
nosedive {n} (A headfirst fall or jump)  :: salto {m} de cabeza
nosedive {n} (A rapid fall in price or value)  :: desplome {m} de precio, desplome {m} de valor
nosedive {v} (To dive down in a steep angle)  :: sumergirse
nosedive {v} (To perform a rapid fall in price or value)  :: desplomarse el precio, desplomarse el valor
nose-picking {n} (insertion of a finger into one's nostril, especially to remove mucus.)  :: hurgarse la nariz {m}
nosh {n} (blowjob) SEE: blowjob  ::
nosh {n} /nɑʃ/ (snack) SEE: snack  ::
nosh {n} (slang: food) SEE: grub  ::
nosh {v} (snack) SEE: snack  ::
nosh {v} (to perform fellatio (on)) SEE: blow  ::
no smoke without fire {proverb} (gossip or accusations are often substantiated by fact)  :: no hay humo sin fuego
no smoking {phrase} (phrase used in notices indicating that the smoking of cigarettes is not permitted)  :: se prohíbe fumar, prohibido fumar
no sooner said than done {phrase} (no sooner than something is said it will be done)  :: dicho y hecho
nostalgia {n} /nɑˈstældʒə/ (yearning for the past, homesickness)  :: nostalgia {f}, añoranza {f}
nostalgic {adj} (pertaining to nostalgia)  :: nostálgico
nostrificate {v} (nostrify) SEE: nostrify  ::
nostril {n} /ˈnɒstrɪl/ (either of the two orifices located on the nose)  :: narina
nostrum {n} /ˈnɑ.strəm/ (medicine or remedy which has not been proven to have any desirable medical effects)  :: remedio milagroso , droga de charlatán
nosy {adj} /ˈnoʊzi/ (prying, inquisitive or curious in other’s affairs; tending to snoop or meddle)  :: chismoso, metiche, metido, entremetido
not {adv} /nɒt/ (negates meaning of verb)  :: no
not {conj} (And not)  :: no
notable {adj} /ˈnəʊtəbəl/ (worthy of notice; remarkable)  :: notable, destacable
notable {n} (person or thing of distinction)  :: notable {m} {f}
notably {adv} (in a notable manner)  :: notablemente
notary {n} (notary public)  :: notario {m}
not at all {adv} (conventional reply to expression of gratitude)  :: de nada, no hay de qué
not at all {adv} (not)  :: en absoluto, para nada
notation {n} /noʊˈteɪʃən/ (specific note or piece of information written in such a notation)  :: anotación {f}
notch {n} (indentation)  :: talladura {f}, entalladura {f}
notch {n} (level or degree)  :: nivel {m}, categoría {f}
notch {n} (mountain pass)  :: paso {m}
notch {n} (such a cut, used for keeping a record)  :: tarja {f}
notch {n} (V-shaped cut)  :: escotadura {f}, ranura {f}, muesca {f}, entalladura {f}, tarja {f}
notch {v} (to cut a notch)  :: entallar, mellar
notch {v} (to record by notches)  :: tarjar
not dog {n} (imitation sausage or sandwich) SEE: veggie dog  ::
note {n} (banknote) SEE: banknote  ::
note {n} (musical sound)  :: nota
note {n}  :: nota {f}, billete {m}
note {n} /noʊt/ (memorandum)  :: nota {f}
note {v} (to annotate)  :: anotar
note {v} (to denote, designate)  :: denotar
note {v} (to notice with care)  :: notar, tener en cuenta
note {v} (to record in writing)  :: anotar
notebook {n} (book)  :: cuaderno {m}
notebook {n} (notebook computer)  :: computador portátil {m}, notebook {m}, portátil {m}
notepad {n} (bound pad of paper)  :: bloc de notas {m}
note value {n} (musical notation)  :: valor de la nota {m}
not even {adv} (constitutes an emphatic negation)  :: ni siquiera
not even {interj} (used to express strong disappointment)  :: ni siquiera eso, ni eso (for an object, action), ni siquiera así, ni así (for a mode), nunca, jamás
not-for-profit {adj} (not aiming for profit) SEE: nonprofit  ::
no thank you {interj} (polite way of saying no)  :: no, gracias
nothing {pron} /ˈnʌθɪŋ/ (not any thing)  :: nada
nothingness {n}  :: nada {f}
nothing to write home about {pron} (not exceptional)  :: nada del otro mundo, nada para escribir en casa sobre
nothing ventured, nothing gained {proverb} (if one takes no risks, one will not gain any benefits)  :: el que no arriesga no gana, quien no se arriesga no pasa la mar
notice {n} /ˈnoʊtɪs/ (formal notification or warning)  :: comunicación {f}, notificación {f}
notice {v}  :: reparar en, fijarse
notice {v} (to observe)  :: darse cuenta
notice board {n} (bulletin board) SEE: bulletin board  ::
notification {n} /ˌnəʊtɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/ (Act of notifying)  :: notificación {f}
notify {v} ((transitive) To give (someone) notice of (something))  :: notificar
not in the slightest {adv} (not in the least) SEE: not in the least  ::
notion {n} (inclination; intention; disposition)  :: ganas {f-p}, intención {f}
notion {n} (mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conception)  :: noción {f}
notochord {n}  :: notocuerda {f}, notocorda {f}
notoriety {n} /noʊ.tɚ.aɪ.ə.ti/ (condition of being infamous)  :: notoriedad {f}
notorious {adj} (known widely and infamously)  :: de mala fama, notorio
no trespassing {phrase} (phrase forbidding access to a place)  :: entrada prohibida, prohibida la entrada
not to mention {conj} (much less)  :: sin mencionar, por no hablar de
notwithstanding {adv} /ˌnɑtwɪθˈstændɪŋ/ (never the less)  :: no obstante {m}
notwithstanding {prep} (in spite of)  :: no obstante
not yet {adv} (expected to happened but has not for the moment)  :: todavía no
Nouakchott {prop} (capital of Mauritania)  :: Nuakchot
nougat {n} /ˈnuː.ɡət/ (a confection of honey and roasted nuts)  :: turrón francés {m}
nought {n} /nɔːt/ (zero)  :: cero {m}
noun {n} /naʊn/ (grammatical category)  :: sustantivo {m}, substantivo {m}, [Venezuela] nombre {m}
noun adjunct {n} (attributive noun) SEE: attributive noun  ::
noun phrase {n} (phrase that can serve as the subject or the object of a verb)  :: sintagma nominal {m}
nourish {v} /ˈnɝ.ᵻʃ/ (to feed and cause to grow)  :: nutrir
nouveau riche {n} /ˌnu.voʊ ˈɹiʃ/ (new money)  :: nuevo rico {m}
nova {n} /ˈnəʊ.və/ (sudden brightening of a star)  :: nova {f}
Nova Scotia {prop} /ˈnəʊ.və ˌskəʊ.ʃə/ (Province in eastern Canada)  :: Nueva Escocia {f}
Nova Scotian {adj} (pertaining to Nova Scotia)  :: neoescocés
Nova Scotian {n} (Inhabitant of Nova Scotia)  :: neoescocés {m} {f}
Novaya Zemlya {prop} (archipelago in Russia)  :: Nueva Zembla {f}
novel {adj} /ˈnɑvəl/ (new, original, especially in an interesting way)  :: novedoso {m}, novedosa {f}
novel {n} (work of prose fiction)  :: novela {f}
novelist {n} (author of novels)  :: novelista {m} {f}
novelize {v} (to adapt to fiction)  :: novelar
novella {n} (a short novel)  :: novela {f}
novelty {n} (new product)  :: novedad {f}
novelty {n} (state of being new)  :: novedad {f}
November {prop} (N in the ICAO spelling alphabet)  :: Navarra, Navidad
November {prop} /noʊˈvɛmbəɹ/ (eleventh month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: noviembre {m}
novena {n} (a recitation of prayers for nine days)  :: novena {f}
Novgorod {prop} (city)  :: Nóvgorod {m}
novice {n} (new member of a religious order)  :: novicio {m}
novice {n} /ˈnɒvɪs/ (beginner)  :: novato {m}, principiante {m-f}
novity {n} /ˈnoʊvədi/ (novity) SEE: novelty  ::
Novokuznetsk {prop} (city)  :: Novokuznetsk {m}
Novosibirsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Novosibirsk {m}
now {adv}  :: ahorita [colloquial], bueno, entonces
now {adv} /naʊ̯/ (at the present time)  :: ahora
now {conj} (since, because)  :: ahora
now {interj} (signal to begin)  :: ahora, ya
now {n} (the present time)  :: ahora {m}
nowadays {adv} (in the current era)  :: hoy en día, hoy día
nowadays {adv} /ˈnaʊ.ə.deɪz/ (at the present time)  :: actualmente
now and again {adv} (now and then) SEE: now and then  ::
now and then {adv} ((idiomatic) sometimes; occasionally; intermittently)  :: de vez en cuando
no way {interj} (absolutely not)  :: de ninguna manera
nowhere {adv} (in no place)  :: en ninguna parte
nowheres {adv} (nowhere) SEE: nowhere  ::
nowise {adv} /ˈnoʊwaɪz/ (in no manner)  :: de ninguna manera, de ningún modo, en absoluto
no wonder {n} (small wonder) SEE: small wonder  ::
no worries {interj}  :: ningún problema
no worries {interj} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
Nowruz {prop} /nouˈruːz/ (Iranian New Year)  :: Noruz {m}
noxious {adj} /ˈnɒkʃəs/ (harmful)  :: nocivo {m}
nozzle {n}  :: boquilla, inyector {m}
nozzle {n} /ˈnɒzəl/ (short tube)  :: boquilla {f}, tobera {f}, inyector {m}
nth {adj} (occurring at position n)  :: enésimo
nth {n} (the item at position n)  :: enésimo
n-tuple {n} (-tuple) SEE: -tuple  ::
nu {n} /nuː/ (name for the letter of the Greek alphabet: Ν and ν)  :: ni {f}
nuance {n} /ˈnuː.ɑːns/ (subtlety or fine detail)  :: matiz {m}
nucellus {n} (tissue which surrounds and protects the embryo)  :: nucela {f}
nuclear {adj} (involving atomic or hydrogen bombs)  :: nuclear
nuclear {adj} /ˈnukliɚ/ (involving atomic energy)  :: nuclear {m} {f}
nuclear bomb {n} (nuclear bomb)  :: bomba nuclear {f}
nuclear energy {n} (energy released by a nuclear reaction)  :: energía nuclear {f}
nuclear fission {n} (nuclear reaction that releases energy)  :: fisión nuclear {f}
nuclear fusion {n} (The combining of the nuclei of small atoms to form the nuclei of larger ones)  :: fusión nuclear {f}
nuclear physics {n} (Nuclear physics)  :: física nuclear {f}
nuclear power {n} (power from nuclear reactions)  :: energía nuclear {f}
nuclear reactor {n} (device in which a controlled chain reaction is maintained for creating heat, neutrons or other fission products)  :: reactor nuclear {m}
nuclear waste {n} (type of waste) SEE: radioactive waste  ::
nuclear weapon {n} (explosive device)  :: arma nuclear {f}
nuclear winter {n} (predicted drop in global temperature following a nuclear war)  :: invierno nuclear {m}
nuclease {n} (any of several enzymes capable of cleaving the phosphodiester)  :: nucleasa {f}
nucleation {n} (first stage of a phase transition in a small region)  :: nucleación {f}
nucleic acid {n} /nuˈkleɪ.ɪk ˈæsɪd/ (acidic chainlike biological macromolecule)  :: ácido nucleico {m}
nucleolus {n} (part of nucleus of a cell)  :: nucléolo {m}
nucleon {n} (a proton or a neutron)  :: nucleón {m}
nucleosome {n} (repeating subunit in chromatin)  :: nucleosoma {m}
nucleotide {n} (monomer comprising DNA or RNA)  :: nucleótido {m}
nucleus {n} (cytology: large organelle found in cells)  :: núcleo {m}
nucleus {n} /ˈnuːkliəs/ (core, central part of something)  :: núcleo {m}
nucleus {n} (physics: massive, positively charged core of an atom)  :: núcleo {m}
nuclide {n} (nucleus specified by its atomic number and atomic mass)  :: nucleido {m}, núclido {m}
nude {adj} /n(j)uːd/ (without clothing or other covering)  :: desnudo
nudge {n} (a gentle push)  :: pequeño empujón
nudibranch {n} /njuːdɪbræŋk/ (any sea slug)  :: nudibranquio
nudism {n} /njuː.dɪzəm/ (the belief in or practice of social, non-sexual nudity)  :: nudismo {m}
nudist {adj} (encouraging or enforcing nudity)  :: nudista
nudity {n} /ˈnudɪti/ (the state of being without clothing on the body)  :: desnudez {f}
nudiustertian {adj} (of the day before yesterday)  :: anteayer
Nueva Segovia {prop} (department of Nicaragua)  :: Nueva Segovia
Nuevo León {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Nuevo León {m}
nugatory {adj} (ineffective, invalid)  :: ineficaz
nugatory {adj} /ˈnjuːɡətɔri/ (trivial, trifling)  :: insignificante
nugget {n} /ˈnʌɡət/ (small chunk or clump)  :: pepita
nuisance {n} /ˈnuːsəns/ (minor annoyance or inconvenience)  :: molestia {f}, engorro {m}, incomodidad {f}
nuisance {n} (person or thing causing annoyance of inconvenience)  :: inconveniente {m}, estorbo {m}
nuke {n} /njuːk/ (Nuclear electrical power generation station)  :: planta nuclear {f}
Nuku'alofa {prop} (capital of Tonga)  :: Nukualofa
null and void {adj} (invalid, cancelled, unenforceable)  :: nulo e inválido
nullary sum {n} (empty sum) SEE: empty sum  ::
nullify {v} (to make legally invalid)  :: anular, derogar, abrogar, casar
null set {n} (empty set) SEE: empty set  ::
numb {adj} /nʌm/ (without the power of sensation)  :: entumecido, entumido (by cold), insensible, entorpecido, dormido (by lack of blood circulation), adormecido (by drugs)
numbat {n} (small marsupial)  :: numbat {m}
number {n} (grammar: state of being singular, dual or plural)  :: número {m}
number {n} (mathematical number)  :: número {m}
number {n} /ˈnʌm.bɚ/ (abstract entity)  :: número {m}
number {n} (numeral)  :: número
number {n} (performance)  :: número {m}
number {n} (quantity)  :: número {m}, cantidad {f}, serie {f}
number {n} (used to show the rank of something in a list or sequence)  :: número {m}
number {v} (label with numbers; assign numbers to)  :: numerar
number plate {n} (license plate) SEE: license plate  ::
Numbers {prop} (fourth book of the Bible)  :: Los Números {m-p}
number sign {n} (hash) SEE: hash  ::
number theoretician {n} (number theorist) SEE: number theorist  ::
number theory {n} (branch of pure mathematics)  :: teoría de números {f}
numerable {adj} (numerous) SEE: numerous  ::
numeral {n} /ˈnumɝəl/ (non-word symbol that represents a number)  :: número {m}
numeral {n} (word or symbol representing a number)  :: letra numeral {m}
numerator {n} (in a fraction)  :: numerador {m}
numerical analysis {n} (study of algorithms)  :: análisis numérico {m}
numerous {adj} (Indefinitely large numerically)  :: numeroso {m}, numerosa {f}
numismatic {adj} (of or pertaining to a coin, coins, currency)  :: numismático
numismatics {n} /ˌnuː.məzˈmæ.ɾɪks/ (study of coins)  :: numismática {f}
numismatist {n} (one who collects coins and/or currencies)  :: numismático {m}, numismática {f}
nun {n} /nʌn/ (member of a Christian religious community of women)  :: monja {f}
Nunavut {prop} /ˈnʌn.æ.vʌt/ (territory in northern Canada)  :: Nunavut {m}
nuncio {n} /ˈnʌnʃiˌoʊ/ (title used for Catholic clerics)  :: nuncio {m} {f}
nunc pro tunc {n} (term indicating a retroactive act of the court)  :: con efecto retroactivo
nuptial {adj} /ˈnʌp.ʃəl/ (pertaining to wedding and marriage)  :: nupcial
nuptials {n} (wedding ceremony)  :: nupcias {f-p}
Nuremberg {prop} (city in Germany)  :: Núremberg {m}
nurse {n} /nɝs/ (wet nurse) SEE: wet nurse  ::
nurse {n} (person trained to provide care for the sick)  :: enfermera {f}, enfermero {m}
nurse {n} (person who takes care of other people's young)  :: niñera {f}
nursehound {n} (Scyliorhinus stellaris)  :: alitán {m}
nursemaid {n} (child's nurse)  :: niñera {f}, nana {f} [Latin America]
nursery {n} /ˈnɝs(ə)ri/ (A place where nursing is carried out)  :: criadero {m} (animals)
nursery {n} (place for cultivation of young plants)  :: semillero {m}, vivero {m}
nursery school {n} (a school for pre-school children)  :: parvulario {m}
nurse shark {n} (any shark of the family Ginglymostomatidae)  :: tiburón nodriza {m}
nursing {n} (breastfeeding) SEE: breastfeeding  ::
nurture {n} /ˈnɜːɹ.tʃəɹ/ (act of nourishing or nursing; tender care; education; training)  :: cuidado, crianza, ternura, levantamiento, desarollamiento
nurture {n} (that which nourishes; food; diet)  :: alimento
nurture {v} (to nourish or nurse)  :: criar, nutrir
nut {n} /nʌt/ (hard-shelled fruit)  :: nuez {f}, fruta seca {f}
nut {n} (slang: insane person)  :: loco {m}, chiflado {m}, chalado {m} [Spain]
nut {n} (slang: testicle)  :: cojón, huevo
nut {n} (that fits on a bolt)  :: tuerca {f}
nutation {n} (astronomical term)  :: nutación {f}
nutation {n} (physics term)  :: nutación {f}
nutcracker {n} (implement for cracking nuts)  :: cascanueces {m}
Nutcracker {prop} (ballet)  :: Cascanueces
Nutella {prop} /nuːˈtɛlə/ (hazelnut spread)  :: Nutella {f}
nutfarm {n} (informal term for lunatic asylum) SEE: madhouse  ::
nuthatch {n} (passerine bird from the family Sittidae)  :: sita {f}
nuthouse {n} (informal term for lunatic asylum) SEE: madhouse  ::
nutmeg {n} /ˈnʌtmɛɡ/ (seed)  :: nuez moscada {f}
nutria {n} (coypu) SEE: coypu  ::
nutrient {n} /ˈnuː.tɹi.ənt/ (substance that provides nourishment)  :: nutriente {m}
nutrition {n} /nuˈtɹɪ.ʃən/ (nutrition)  :: nutrición {f}
nutritional {adj} (pertaining to nutrition)  :: alimenticio {m}, nutricional
nutritious {adj} /nuːˈtɹɪʃəs/ (providing nutrients)  :: nutritivo, nutriente, alimentoso, alimentador, alimenticio
nuts {adj} (insane)  :: loco
nuts {n} (nut) SEE: nut  ::
névé {n} /neɪˈveɪ/ (The firn or snowfield at the head of a glacier)  :: nevero {m}, helero {m}
nyctalopia {n} (night blindness) SEE: night blindness  ::
nylon {n} /ˈnaɪlɑːn/ (substance)  :: nylon {m}, nilón {m}, nailon {m}
nymph {n} (mythology: minor water, forest or mountain deity)  :: ninfa {f}
nymph {n} /ˈnɪmf/ (insect larva)  :: ninfa {f}
nymph {n} (young girl which may inspire lust)  :: ninfa {f}
nymphomaniac {n} /ˈnɪɱfoʊ ˈmeɪniæk/ (woman with excessive sexual desire)  :: ninfómana {f}
Nyx {prop} (the primordial goddess of night)  :: Nix, Nyx