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p. {abbrf}  :: abbreviation of página
P {letter}  :: The 17th letter of the Spanish alphabet
pa' {prep} [colloquial]  :: apocopic form of para
pa {prep} [colloquial]  :: apocopic form of para
púa {f} [music]  :: plectrum
púa {f}  :: sharp point, prong, spike
púa {f}  :: thorn
pañal {m}  :: A diaper, a nappy
pañalillo {m}  :: Little nappy (diminutive form of pañal)
pabellón {m} [Chile]  :: operating room
pabellón {m}  :: pavilion
pabilo {m}  :: candlewick
Pablito {prop}  :: male given name, diminutive form of Pablo
Pablo {prop}  :: male given name of biblical origin
Pablo {prop}  :: Paul [biblical character]
paca {f}  :: bale
paca {f} [chiefly, Argentina, Paraguay, and, Uruguay]  :: paca
paca {f} [colloquial, pejorative, Latin America]  :: female police officer
pacana {f}  :: pecan
paceño {adj}  :: Of or relating to the city of La Paz, in several countries
pacer {v}  :: to eat away, to nibble, to gnaw
pacer {v}  :: to graze, to pasture
pacer {v}  :: to put out to pasture
pacíficamente {adv}  :: peacefully
pacífico {adj}  :: peaceful
pachanga {f}  :: party (social gathering)
pachorra {f} [colloquial]  :: laziness, apathy
pachucho {adj}  :: poorly, under the weather
pachuco {adj} [Costa Rica]  :: slang (often considered low-class)
pachuco {adj} [Mexico]  :: flashy, flashily dressed
pachuco {f} [Costa Rica]  :: uneducated person from the city who uses city slang
paciencia {f}  :: patience
paciente {adj}  :: patient
paciente {m}  :: patient
pacientemente {adv}  :: patiently
pacificar {v}  :: to pacify
pacifismo {m}  :: pacifism
pacifista {m}  :: pacifist
paco {f} [chiefly, Argentina, Paraguay, and, Uruguay]  :: male paca
paco {f} [colloquial, obsolete, Spain]  :: During Spanish occupation in Africa, a Moroccan sniper
paco {f} [colloquial, pejorative, Latin America]  :: police officer
paco {f} [given name, Spain]  :: Short for Francisco
Paco {prop}  :: male given name
pacos {mp} [Chile, pejorative]  :: the police
pacotilla {f} [El Salvador, Nicaragua]  :: gang
pacotilla {f}  :: free luggage of a sailor
pacotilla {f} [Latin America]  :: mob, rabble
pacotilla {f}  :: trash, junk, garbage (something of inferior quality)
pactar {v}  :: to agree upon
pacto {m}  :: pact
padecer {vt}  :: to suffer
padecimiento {m}  :: The current action of suffering damage, injury or a disease
padrastro {m}  :: hangnail
padrastro {m}  :: stepfather
padre {adj} [Mexico, slang]  :: cool, acceptable, easy
padre {m}  :: father
Padre {pron}  :: Father (a title for a Latin Catholic priest)
padre nuestro {m}  :: alternative form of padrenuestro
padrenuestro {m}  :: Lord's Prayer
padrillo {m} [Latin America]  :: stallion
padrino {m}  :: godfather
padrino {m}  :: sponsor (at a wedding, graduation, First Communion, etc.)
padrón {m}  :: census
paella {f}  :: paella
pañero {adj}  :: textile, cloth
pañero {f}  :: draper, clothier, dry-goods dealer
paf {interj}  :: bang!
paga {f}  :: payment
paga {f}  :: payoff
paga {f}  :: salary
pagadero {adj}  :: can be paid easily
pagadero {adj}  :: to be paid under certain conditions
pagadero {n}  :: payer
pagadero {n}  :: the time appointed for a debt to be paid
pagado {adj}  :: paid
paganismo {m}  :: paganism
pagano {adj}  :: pagan
pagano {f}  :: pagan
pagaré {m}  :: bill of exchange, promissory note, IOU
pagar {v}  :: to pay
pagar {v}  :: to pay for
pagar a escote {v} [idiomatic]  :: to go Dutch
pagar el pato {v} [idiomatic]  :: To bear the brunt
pagar los platos rotos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to carry the can
page {m}  :: page, pageboy
pago {m}  :: farm
pago {m}  :: pay, payment
pagoda {f}  :: pagoda
pagro {m}  :: porgy
paico {m} [Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru]  :: epazote
paico {m} [Chile]  :: euphemism for pico (penis), usually used in the phrase "pal pico" (meaning "in a very bad situation")
paidofilia {f}  :: alternative spelling of pedofilia
paisaje {m}  :: countryside
paisaje {m}  :: landscape (the view of an area of land)
paisajismo {m}  :: landscaping
paisajismo urbano {m}  :: landscape gardening
paisanaje {m}  :: collection of persons from the same original country/location
paisanito {m}  :: diminutive form of paisano
paisano {f}  :: a fellow countryman
paisano {f}  :: a peasant (someone who lives in the countryside)
paja {f} [colloquial, countable, Guatemala, El Salvador]  :: lie, falsehood
paja {f} [colloquial, uncountable, Colombia]  :: bullshit, lies, falsehoods
paja {f} [countable]  :: straw (dried stalk of a cereal plant)
paja {f} [Peruvian Spanish]  :: very good, great, excellent
paja {f} [slang]  :: wank, handjob, masturbation
paja {f} [uncountable]  :: straw (dried stalks considered collectively)
pajar {m}  :: haystack
pajarera {f}  :: coop or large cage for birds
pajarera {f}  :: very small room or house
pajarita {f}  :: a small bird
pajarita {f}  :: bow tie
pajarita {f}  :: origami; named after a bird-shaped folded paper design popular in Spain
pajarito {m}  :: diminutive form of pájaro
pajarón {adj} [colloquial, Chile, Peru]  :: absentminded, distracted, scatty
pajarón {adj} [colloquial]  :: stupid
pajarón {f} [Chile, Peru]  :: a person, who pays no attention, an absentminded, distracted person, a daydreamer
pajaronear {vi} [colloquial, South America]  :: to be distracted, to be absentminded, to have one's head in the clouds, to daydream
pajaroneo {m} [South America]  :: absent-mindedness
paja toquilla {f}  :: The fiber of the Panama hat palm, Carludovica palmata
paja-toquilla {f}  :: alternative spelling of paja toquilla
pajear {vt}  :: to masturbate someone
pajearse {vi}  :: to masturbate oneself
pajero {m} [Central America]  :: One who speaks nonsense
pajero {m} [El Salvador, informal]  :: Liar
pajero {m}  :: Itinerant straw seller
pajero {m} [Latin America, vulgar]  :: Wanker, masturbator
pajero {m} [Nicaragua]  :: Plumber
pajilla {f} [Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Spain]  :: A drinking straw
pajillero {m} [colloquial]  :: wanker (someone who masturbates)
pajita {f}  :: drinking straw
pajote {m}  :: mulch
Pakistán {prop}  :: Pakistan
pala {f}  :: blade of an oar, a shovel, etc
pala {f}  :: paddle
pala {f}  :: setting (piece of metal in which a precious gem is fixed)
pala {f} [shoemaking]  :: upper, vamp
pala {f}  :: shovel, spade
palabra {f}  :: word
palabra mágica {f}  :: magic word, spell
palabrería {f}  :: claptrap (empty verbiage or nonsense)
palabrero {adj}  :: wordy
palabrota {f}  :: offensive word, swear word, swear
palacio {m}  :: mansion
palacio {m}  :: palace
palada {f}  :: A strike with a spade
paladar {m}  :: palate (roof of the mouth, and sense of taste)
paladear {v}  :: to cleanse the palate
paladear {v}  :: to savor
paladear {v}  :: to taste
paladión {f}  :: palladium
paladio {m}  :: palladium
paladín {m}  :: defender, champion, forerunner
paladín {m}  :: paladin
palanca {f}  :: diving board
palanca {f} [football]  :: chip, chipped shot
palanca {f}  :: handle (on a toilet)
palanca {f}  :: joystick
palanca {f}  :: lever
Palaos {prop}  :: Palau (Republic of Palau)
palauano {adj}  :: Palauan
palauano {f}  :: Palauan
palavolo {f}  :: volleyball
palco {m}  :: bench
palco {m}  :: (theater) box
palear {v}  :: to shovel
Palencia {prop}  :: Palencia (city)
Palencia {prop}  :: Palencia (province)
palenque {m}  :: palisade
palenque {m}  :: pit (miniature arena for cockfighting)
Palenque {prop}  :: Palenque
palentino {adj}  :: From Palencia
palentino {f}  :: Someone from Palencia
paleobotánica {f}  :: paleobotany
paleolítico {adj}  :: paleolithic
paleontológico {adj}  :: paleontological
paleontología {f}  :: paleontology
Palestina {prop}  :: Palestine
palestino {adj}  :: Palestinian
palestino {f}  :: Palestinian
paleta {f}  :: diminutive form of pala
paleta {f}  :: feminine form of paleto
paleta {f}  :: ice lolly, paleta
paleta {f}  :: lollipop, paleta
paleta {f}  :: palette
paleta {f}  :: trowel, small shovel
paletería {f}  :: An ice lolly vendor
paletón {m} [El Salvador]  :: pleat (on a pair of pants or a skirt)
paleto {adj} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: uncouth, ignorant, unsophisticated, tasteless, illiterate, clumsy
paleto {f} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: hick, yokel (illiterate person, clumsy with no style or manners, an unskilled peasant)
paletonear {v} [El Salvador]  :: to pleat
paliacate {m} [Mexico]  :: a brightly colored scarf or handkerchief
paliar {v}  :: to palliate, alleviate
paliativo {adj} [medicine]  :: palliative
paliativo {m} [medicine]  :: palliative
palidecer {vi}  :: to pale, become pale
palidez {f}  :: paleness
paliducho {adj}  :: pale-looking
palillo {m}  :: chopstick (single eating utensil)
palillo {m}  :: diminutive form of palo: small stick
palillo {m}  :: toothpick
palillo {m}  :: very thin person
palillo de cóctel {m}  :: cocktail stick
palimpsesto {m}  :: palimpsest
palinología {f}  :: palynology
palinspástico {adj}  :: palinspastic
palito {m} [Caribbean]  :: cinnamon tea beverage
palito {m} [colloquial, euphemistic, Mexico]  :: sexual intercourse
palito {m}  :: diminutive form of palo
palito {m}  :: stick (of a lollipop, ice pop, popsicle)
palito {m}  :: twig, little wooden stick or rod
paliza {f}  :: beating, bashing
pallar {m}  :: Lima bean
pallar {v} [mineralogy]  :: to extract
palma {f}  :: palm (hand)
palma {f}  :: palm (tree)
palma de la mano {f}  :: palm (inner, concave part of hand)
palmar {adj}  :: related to palms (hand and tree); palmar
palmar {m}  :: palm grove
palmar {v} [colloquial]  :: to die
palmarés {m}  :: list of winners or champions, prize list
palmatoria {f}  :: a hit with the cane
palmatoria {f}  :: a type of candlestick
palmatoria {f}  :: cane (short stick used for corporal punishment)
palmear {v}  :: to clap
palmear {v}  :: to slap on the back
palmera {f}  :: palmier (biscuit)
palmera {f}  :: palm (tropical tree)
palmero {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to La Palma
palmero {f}  :: Someone from La Palma
palmero {f}  :: Someone who claps rhythmically in flamenco performances
palmitato {m}  :: palmitate
palmito {m}  :: heart of palm
palmitoiltransferasa {f} [enzyme]  :: palmitoyltransferase
palmo a palmo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: step by step
palmotear {v}  :: to applaud
palmítico {adj}  :: palmitic
palíndromo {m}  :: palindrome
palo {m} [card games]  :: suit
palo {m} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: tree
palo {m}  :: hit, blow, strike (especially, with a stick)
palo {m}  :: stake, stick, wood
palo de golf {m}  :: golf club
paloma {f}  :: dove, pigeon
paloma {f} [Nicaragua]  :: Complete male sexual organ
palomar {m}  :: dovecot, dovecote
palomino {m}  :: palomino
palomino {m}  :: skid mark (visible stain left on underpants)
palomino {m}  :: squab (baby pigeon, baby dove, dove chick)
palomita {f} [Chile, Argentina]  :: bow tie
palomita {f}  :: little dove
palomita {f} [Peru]  :: penis
palomita {f}  :: popcorn (from its resemblance in appearance to doves)
palote {m}  :: beanpole
palote {m}  :: downstroke
palpable {adj}  :: palpable
palpar {v}  :: to feel
palpitación {f}  :: palpitation
palpitar {v}  :: to palpitate
palpito {f}  :: hunch
palta {f} [Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay]  :: avocado (fruit)
paltón {f} [slang, Chile]  :: snob
palto {m} [Chile, Argentina]  :: avocado (tree)
paludismo {m}  :: malaria (disease)
palurda {f}  :: feminine form of palurdo
palurdo {adj} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: boring, uncouth, ignorant, unsophisticated, tasteless, illiterate, clumsy (related to peasants)
palurdo {f} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: hick, yokel (illeterate person, clumsy with no style or manners, an unskilled peasant)
palustre {adj}  :: palustral
pambol {m} [informal, Mexico]  :: football (association footall)
pamela {f}  :: A type of straw hat with large brim, typically used by women
pampa {f}  :: pampa
pampeano {adj}  :: Pampan
pampeano {f}  :: Pampan
Pamplona {prop}  :: Pamplona
pamplonés {adj}  :: From Pamplona
pamplonés {f}  :: Someone from Pamplona
pan {m}  :: bread
pan- {prefix}  :: pan-
PAN {acronym} [Guatemala]  :: acronym of partido de avanzada nacional
PAN {acronym} [Mexico]  :: acronym of partido acción nacional
pana {f}  :: breakdown (of vehicle)
pana {f} [Chile]  :: liver (used as food)
pana {f} [Puerto Rico, Venezuelan, Ecuador, slang]  :: dude, friend
pana {f}  :: velour, corduroy
panacea {f}  :: panacea
panadera {f}  :: feminine form of panadero
panadería {f}  :: bakery
panadero {f}  :: baker (person who bakes and sells bread, etc)
panal {m}  :: honeycomb
panalillo {m}  :: sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritima)
panamá {m}  :: Panama hat
Panamá {prop}  :: Panama
panameño {adj}  :: Panamanian
panameño {f}  :: Panamanian
panamericanismo {m}  :: Pan-Americanism
panamericano {adj}  :: Pan-American
panarra {m}  :: bat (winged mammal)
panarra {m} [colloquial]  :: simpleton
pancarta {f}  :: banner (large sign)
panceta {f}  :: Cured bacon
Panchatantra {prop}  :: Panchatantra
Panchen Lama {m}  :: Panchen Lama
panchería {f} [Uruguay, Argentina]  :: hot dog stand, hot dog joint
panchito {m} [derogatory, informal]  :: South American
panchito {m}  :: diminutive form of pancho
pancho {adj}  :: calm, relaxed
pancho {adj}  :: satisfied
pancho {m} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: hot dog
pancho {m} [colloquial]  :: belly
pancho {m}  :: young blackspot sea bream
Pancho {prop} [colloquial]  :: male given name
pancito {m}  :: diminutive form of pan
pan comido {m} [idiomatic]  :: something easy to do, a piece of cake
pancrelipasa {f} [enzyme]  :: pancrelipase
pancreático {adj}  :: pancreatic
panda {m}  :: panda
panda rojo {m}  :: red panda
pandear {v}  :: to be inclined
pandear {v}  :: to bend
pandear {v}  :: to bulge out
pan de cada día {m} [idiomatic]  :: daily bread
pan de Dios {m} [idiomatic, Argentina, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay]  :: A kindhearted, benevolent person
pandeiro {m}  :: pandeiro
pan de molde {m}  :: sliced bread, sandwich bread
pandereta {f}  :: tambourine
pandero {m}  :: tambourine
pandeísmo {m}  :: pandeism
pandeísta {m}  :: pandeist
pandilla {f}  :: gang
pandillero {f}  :: gangster (member of a gang or group)
pandillismo {m}  :: gang violence
pando {adj}  :: crooked, bent
pando {adj} [El Salvador]  :: unlucky (having bad luck)
pando {adj}  :: shallow (water)
pando {adj}  :: sluggish, slow (moving slowly)
pando {m}  :: plane (open flat land between mountains)
Pandora {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Pandora
panecillo {m}  :: diminutive form of pan
panegírico {m}  :: panegyric
panel {m}  :: panel
panela {f}  :: panela (solid piece of unrefined sugar)
panelista {m}  :: panelist
panenteísmo {m}  :: panentheism
panera {f}  :: breadbasket
panera {f}  :: garner, granary
panero {adj} [of a person]  :: who has a great liking for bread
panero {m}  :: A basket used in a bakery to place bread being taken out of the oven
panero {m}  :: A small, round mat
panfleto {m}  :: pamphlet (but of a political, often defamatory, nature)
panga {f} [Latin America]  :: panga (small inflatable motorboat used in Latin America)
panificación {f}  :: breadmaking
panificador {f}  :: bread maker
panificadora {f}  :: feminine form of panificador
panificadora {f}  :: (industrial) bakery
panista {m}  :: Member of PAN, a Mexican political party
panocha {f} [botany]  :: panicle
panocha {f}  :: coarse brown sugar (Mexico)
panocha {f}  :: corncob
panocha {f}  :: ear of grain
panocha {f}  :: pancake made of cornmeal and cheese (Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile)
panocha {f} [vulgar, Mexico, Central America]  :: mound (vulva)
panorama {m}  :: panorama
panorámico {adj}  :: panoramic
panqueque {m} [Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay]  :: crepe, pancake
pansexualidad {f}  :: pansexuality
pantalla {f} [computing]  :: display screen
pantalla {f}  :: lampshade
pantalla {f} [Puerto Rico]  :: earring
pantalla {f}  :: screen
pantalón {m}  :: trousers
pantaloneta {f}  :: Shorts used for sports
pantano {m}  :: moor
pantano {m}  :: swamp
pantócrator {m}  :: Pantocrator
panteón {m} [Latin America]  :: graveyard
panteón {m}  :: mausoleum
pantenol {m} [organic compound]  :: panthenol
panteonero {m} [Latin America, Andalusia]  :: gravedigger
panteonero {m} [Nicaragua, Peru]  :: sexton
pantera {f}  :: panther
pantera negra {f}  :: black panther
panteísmo {m}  :: pantheism
panteísta {m}  :: pantheist
pantilla {f}  :: sideburn
pantorrilla {f}  :: calf (part of the leg)
pan tostado {m}  :: toast
pantufla {f}  :: slipper
pantuflo {m}  :: slipper, pantofle, babouche
panty {m}  :: pantyhose
panyabí {prop}  :: Punjabi (language)
panza {f}  :: belly
panza {f}  :: paunch
panza {f}  :: stomach
panzazo {m}  :: hit, strike or shove (made using the belly)
panzazo {m}  :: hit, strike (received in the belly)
panzón {adj} [colloquial]  :: with a big belly
paño {m}  :: cloth
paño {m}  :: wipe
paño de lágrimas {m} [idiomatic]  :: shoulder to cry on
papá {m} [colloquial, familiar]  :: dad
papá {m} [colloquial, familiar, in the plural]  :: parents
papú {adj}  :: Papua New Guinean
papú {m}  :: Papua New Guinean
papa {f} [Latin America]  :: potato
papa {m}  :: pope
Papa {prop}  :: the Pope
papable {adj}  :: papabile
papable {m}  :: A papabile
papacito {m}  :: diminutive form of papá; daddy
papada {f}  :: dewlap, wattle
papada {f}  :: double chin
papado {m}  :: papacy
papa frita {f} [Latin America]  :: french fry, French fry
papagayo {m}  :: Any wrasse, (Labridae)
papagayo {m}  :: Elephant ear (Caladium)
papagayo {m}  :: Joseph's coat (Amaranthus tricolor)
papagayo {m}  :: parrotfish, in Scardidae
papagayo {m}  :: parrot (Psittaciformes)
papagayo {m}  :: Peacock fish (Labrus variegatus)
papagayo {m}  :: Roosterfish (Nematistius pectoralis)
papal {adj}  :: papal
papalota {f} [El Salvador]  :: kite (kite)
papalote {m} [Cuba, Honduras, Mexico]  :: kite (toy)
papamóvil {m} [informal]  :: Popemobile
papaína {f} [enzyme]  :: papain
Papúa Nueva Guinea {prop}  :: Papua New Guinea
papaíto {m}  :: diminutive form of papá; daddy
papaya {f} [Chile, slang]  :: easy
papaya {f} [Cuba, slang]  :: vagina
papaya {f}  :: lechoza (fruit)
papaya {f}  :: papaya (fruit)
papayo {m}  :: papaya tree, pawpaw tree
papel {m}  :: paper
papel {m}  :: role
papel carbón {m}  :: carbon paper
papel de aluminio {m}  :: aluminum foil, tinfoil
papel de tornasol {m}  :: litmus paper
papeleo {m}  :: paperwork
papelería {f}  :: stationery shop / store
papelería {f} [uncountable]  :: stationery
papeleta {f}  :: ballot (paper used for vote-casting)
papeleta {f}  :: bill
papeleta {f}  :: certificate
papeleta {f}  :: sheet of paper
papelógrafo {m}  :: flip chart
papel higiénico {m}  :: toilet paper
papelito {m}  :: piece of paper, especially a small piece
papel maché {m}  :: papier-mâché
papel moneda {m}  :: paper money
papel pintado {m}  :: wallpaper
papel tapiz {m}  :: wallpaper
papi {m} [colloquial]  :: daddy
papi chulo {m}  :: a casanova, a cutie pie, a teddy bear, a machoman
papila {f} [anatomy]  :: papilla
papilla {f}  :: baby food
papillote {f}  :: papillote
papiloma {f}  :: papilloma
papiro {m}  :: papyrus (all senses)
papita {f}  :: diminutive form of papa
papito {m}  :: diminutive form of papá; daddy
paquete {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: butterfingers
paquete {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: dimwit, moron
paquete {m} [Latin American Spanish]  :: scrotum
paquete {m}  :: package
paquete {m}  :: parcel
Paqui {prop}  :: female given name
paquidermo {adj}  :: pachydermatous
paquidermo {m}  :: pachyderm
paquimetría {f}  :: pachymetry
paquistaní {adj}  :: Pakistani
paquistaní {m}  :: Pakistani
Paquito {prop}  :: A diminutive and flattering form of Paco, or (via it) of the male given name Francisco
par {adj}  :: even
par {m}  :: pair
par {m} [physics]  :: two equal non-collinear forces
para {prep}  :: for
para {prep}  :: to
para abajo {adv}  :: down
para abajo {adv}  :: downward
para abajo {n}  :: A dance movement in salsa. It involves forward basic movement (boy with left) while turning the girl to the right. Then (boy with right) stepping right while pulling the girl close and turning her to the left. Meanwhile the girl keeps on taking sliding steps backwards
para arriba y para abajo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: all over the place
parabenzoquinona {f} [organic compound]  :: parabenzoquinone
parabidisminuido {adj} [geometry]  :: parabidiminished
parabólico {adj}  :: parabolic
parabrisas {m}  :: windscreen, windshield
paracaídas {m}  :: parachute
paracaídista {m}  :: alternative spelling of paracaidista
paracaidismo {m}  :: sky diving
paracaidista {m} [colloquial]  :: gatecrasher
paracaidista {m}  :: parachutist
parachoques {m}  :: bumper
parachoques {m}  :: fender
parachoques {m} [slang]  :: breasts, knockers, bumpers
para colmo {adv}  :: moreover, besides, to boot, on top of that
para con {conj} [formal]  :: relating to
parada {f}  :: stop
paradero {m} [Latin America]  :: stop (bus, train, etc.)
paradero {m}  :: whereabouts
paradigma {m}  :: paradigm
paradisíaco {adj}  :: heavenly, paradisiac
paradisiaco {adj}  :: heavenly, paradisiac
paradójico {adj}  :: paradoxical
parado {adj} [slang, Mexico]  :: erected (a penis, when using masculine nouns, preceded by verb tener or traer)
parado {adj}  :: standing
parado {adj}  :: stopped, halted, immobile
parado {adj}  :: unemployed
paradoja {f}  :: paradox
paradoja francesa {prop}  :: French paradox
parador {m}  :: hostel
parador {m} [Spain]  :: a kind of official luxury hotel
parafina {f}  :: paraffin
parafrasear {v}  :: to paraphrase
paragüero {m}  :: umbrella stand
paragüita {m}  :: a small umbrella or cocktail umbrella
paragüita {m}  :: diminutive of paraguas
paragoge {f}  :: paragoge
paragolpes {m}  :: bumper
paraguariense {adj}  :: Paraguayan (from or native to Paraguay)
paraguariense {adj}  :: Paraguayan (pertaining to Paraguay)
paraguas {m}  :: umbrella
paraguay {m}  :: The Paraguayan parrot
Paraguay {prop}  :: Paraguay
paraguayo {adj}  :: Paraguayan (from or native to Paraguay)
paraguayo {adj}  :: Paraguayan (pertaining to Paraguay)
paraguayo {m}  :: Paraguayan
para gustos hay colores {phrase}  :: there’s no accounting for taste
paraje {m}  :: campground
paraje {m}  :: place
paraje {m}  :: stopover, layover
paralelamente {adv}  :: parallel, in a parallel way
paralelar {adj}  :: parallel
paralelismo {m}  :: parallelism
paralelo {adj}  :: parallel
paralelogramo {m} [geometry]  :: parallelogram
paralingüística {f}  :: paralinguistics
paralización {f}  :: paralysation
paralizador {adj}  :: paralyzing
paralizante {adj}  :: paralyzing
paralizar {v}  :: to paralyze
paralímpico {adj}  :: Paralympian
paralímpico {f}  :: Paralympian
paralítico {adj}  :: paralysed
paralítico {adj}  :: paralytic
paramanteles {m}  :: tablemat
paramédica {f}  :: feminine form of paramédico
paramédico {f}  :: paramedic
paramecio {m}  :: paramecium
paramilitar {adj}  :: paramilitary
para nada {adv}  :: not at all, absolutely not
Parangaricutirimícuaro {prop}  :: tongue twister similar to supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
paranoia {f}  :: paranoia
paranoico {adj}  :: paranoid
paranoico {f}  :: paranoid person
paranormal {adj}  :: paranormal
parapente {m}  :: paragliding
parapeto {m}  :: parapet, breastwork
parapléjico {adj}  :: paraplegic
parapléjico {f}  :: paraplegic
para que {conj}  :: so that (followed by the subjunctive)
parar {v} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to notice or divine something
parar {vr}  :: see pararse
parar {v}  :: to lift, raise
parar {v}  :: to put up, stand up
parar {v}  :: to stop, halt
parar el carro {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to rein in, to pull up, to put an end to something (stop somebody doing something by reprimanding)
pararrayos {m}  :: lightning rod (metallic conductor that protects from lightning)
pararse {vr}  :: reflexive form of parar To situate oneself (standing)
pararse {vr}  :: reflexive form of parar To stand up
para siempre {adv}  :: forever
parasintético {adj} [linguistics]  :: parasynthetic
parasitoide {m}  :: parasitoid
parasitología {f}  :: parasitology
paraíso {m}  :: heaven
paraíso {m}  :: paradise
parasol {m}  :: parasol
parasol {m}  :: sunshade
parasol {m}  :: sun visor
parasol {m}  :: umbrella (used to protect against the sun)
parathormona {f} [hormone]  :: parathormone, parathyroid hormone
paratión {m}  :: parathion
paratransporte {m}  :: paratransit
paratránsito {m} [US]  :: paratransit
parábola {f}  :: parable
parábola {f}  :: parabola
Parca {prop}  :: Grim Reaper
parcelar {v}  :: to parcel
parchar {v}  :: to patch
parche {m}  :: drumhead
parche {m}  :: eyepatch
parche {m}  :: patch (e.g. nicotine patch)
parche {m}  :: patch (for clothing)
parche {m}  :: quick fix
parchís {m}  :: Ludo, a board game
parcial {adj}  :: partial, biased (not impartial)
parcial {adj}  :: partial (part of a whole)
parcialidad {f}  :: partiality
parcialmente {adv}  :: partially
pardillo {f} [colloquial]  :: sucker, gullible person
pardo {adj}  :: Having the color brown
pardo {adj}  :: [of a voice] gruff, hoarse
pardo {adj}  :: [of weather] dull, overcast
pardo {m} [poetic, literary]  :: leopard
pardusco {adj}  :: brownish, dun
pareada {f}  :: A semi-detached house
parear {v}  :: to pair; to form a pair
parece mentira {phrase}  :: It's hard to believe (literally "it seems like a lie")
parecer {m}  :: appearance
parecer {m}  :: opinion
parecer {vp}  :: to believe [pronominal use]
parecer {vp}  :: to think [pronominal use]
parecer {v}  :: to seem
parecer {v}  :: to strike (seem, appear, make an impression)
parecerse {v}  :: to be like, to resemble
parecerse {v}  :: to look alike, to resemble one another
parecido {adj}  :: similar
parecido {m}  :: resemblance
pared {f}  :: A wall, especially of a house or room
pared celular {m} [biology]  :: cell wall
paredón {m}  :: thick, stone wall
paredón {m}  :: wall against which people are shot by firing squad
pareja {f}  :: couple
pareja {f}  :: partner (spouse)
parejo {adj}  :: even
parejo {adj}  :: level
parejo {adj}  :: uniform
parentela {f}  :: kinfolk, relatives, relations
parentesco {m}  :: kinship
parentosoma {m} [cytology]  :: parenthesome
parentético {adj}  :: parenthetical
pargo {m}  :: porgy
parida {f}  :: given birt
parida {f}  :: silly thing, stupid remark, nonsense
paridad {f}  :: parity
pariente {m}  :: relative, relation (member of one's family)
pariguayo {f} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: 'nerd', party-watcher
paripé {m} [colloquial]  :: white lie
parir {v} [vulgar in some areas]  :: to give birth
parisiense {adj}  :: Parisian
parisiense {m}  :: Parisian
parisino {adj}  :: Parisian
parisino {f}  :: Parisian
parking {m} [Latin America, especially Puerto Rico, an indoor parking in Spain]  :: car park (an area where cars may be parked)
parkour {m}  :: parkour
parlamentar {v}  :: to parley
parlamentario {adj}  :: parliamentary
parlamentario {m}  :: parliamentarian (member of a parliament)
parlamento {m}  :: parliament
parlanchín {adj}  :: talkative; loquatious
parlante {m} [Latin America]  :: loudspeaker
parlar {v}  :: to chatter
parlar {v}  :: to speak
parálisis {f}  :: paralysis
parlotear {v}  :: to gab, waffle, prattle
parmesano {adj}  :: Parmesan
parmesano {m}  :: parmesan (cheese)
parámetro {m}  :: parameter
parón {m}  :: break, stop
parónimo {m}  :: paronym (word with same root as other word)
paréntesis {m}  :: parenthesis
paro {m}  :: cardiac arrest, short form of paro cardíaco
paro {m} [Mexico]  :: a favour, help, cover-up, (preceded by hacerle un, hacerme un, to indicate "to do someone a favour", "to help someone", "to protect someone by lying")
paro {m} [Mexico]  :: pretext
paro {m}  :: stagnation, freeze up
paro {m}  :: strike (work stoppage)
paro {m}  :: unemployment
parodia {f}  :: parody
parodiar {v}  :: to parody
parola {f} [slang]  :: hard-on, erection (erect penis)
paroxismo {m}  :: paroxysm
parpadear {v}  :: to bat one's eyelids, to flutter the eyelids
parpadear {v}  :: to blink (light or eyes)
parpadeo {m}  :: A flicker
parpadeo {m}  :: wink
parque {m}  :: park
parque {m}  :: parking lot
parqueadero {m} [Latin America]  :: parking lot
parquear {v} [usually slang, Latin America]  :: to park
parque de atracciones {m}  :: amusement park
parque de diversiones {m}  :: amusement park
parque nacional {m}  :: national park
parqueo {m} [Latin America, regional]  :: car park (an area where cars may be parked)
parque temático {m}  :: theme park
parquímetro {m}  :: parking meter
parra {f}  :: grapevine (the plant on which grapes grow)
parral {m}  :: vine arbour
parranda {f}  :: (loud) party, shindig, jamboree, blast
parricidio {m}  :: parricide (act)
parrilla {f}  :: grill
parrilla {f} [Latin America]  :: luggage rack
parrilla {f}  :: small grapevine (from "parra", grapevine)
parrillada {f}  :: barbecue (meal or event)
parroquia {f}  :: parish
parroquial {adj}  :: parochial (pertaining to a parish)
parroquiano {f}  :: parishioner
París {prop}  :: Paris (capital of France)
París {prop}  :: The letter P in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
parsec {m}  :: parsec
parsimonia {f}  :: calmness
parsimonioso {adj}  :: unhurried, calm
parásito {m}  :: parasite
partícipe {adj}  :: participating
partícipe {m}  :: participant
partícula {f}  :: particle
partícula alfa {f}  :: alpha particle
partícula beta {f}  :: beta particle
partícula elemental {f}  :: elementary particle
partícula gamma {f}  :: gamma particle
partícula subatómica {f} [physics]  :: subatomic particle
parte {f}  :: part, section, portion
parte {f}  :: place
parte {f}  :: side
parte {m}  :: message, report, dispatch
parte {m}  :: traffic ticket, sticker
parteaguas {m} [by extension, figuratively]  :: watershed, turning point
parteaguas {m} [geology, hydrology]  :: watershed
parte médico {m}  :: medical report
Partenón {prop}  :: The Parthenon
partenogénesis {f} [biology]  :: parthenogenesis
partera {f}  :: midwife
parterre {m}  :: flowerbed
Partia {prop} [history, geography]  :: Parthia
partición {f}  :: partition; effect of dividing or partitioning
participación {f}  :: participation
participante {adj}  :: participating
participante {m}  :: participator
participar {v}  :: to take part, to participate
participativo {adj}  :: participative
participio {m} [grammar]  :: participle
participio pasado {m}  :: past participle
participio presente {m} [grammar]  :: present participle
particular {adj}  :: personal
particular {adj}  :: private
particular {adj}  :: specific, particular
particularidad {f}  :: particularity
particularmente {adv}  :: particularly
partida {f}  :: certificate
partida {f}  :: departure
partida {f}  :: match, lot
partidario {m}  :: supporter, partisan
partidismo {m}  :: partisanship
partidista {adj}  :: partisan
partidista {f}  :: partisan
partido {adj}  :: broken
partido {m} [hair]  :: hair parting or part
partido {m} [politics]  :: party
partido {m} [sports]  :: game, match (chiefly for soccer)
partidor {m} [genetics]  :: primer
partir {vr} [partirse]  :: to crack up, have a laugh
partir {v}  :: to divide, to split
partir {v}  :: to go away, to leave, to depart
partitura {f} [music]  :: score
parto {adj}  :: Parthian
parto {f}  :: Parthian
parto {m}  :: childbirth
parto {m}  :: offspring
parturienta {f}  :: parturient, woman in labor
parvulario {f}  :: educator, teacher (in a nursery school or kindergarten)
parvulario {m}  :: kindergarten
parvulario {m}  :: nursery school, preschool
país {m}  :: country
pasa {f}  :: raisin
pasada {f}  :: moment, time
pasada {f}  :: superficial, quick work (for example haircut, paint, etc.)
pasada {f}  :: transit, crossing
pasada {f}  :: wonder, marvel (something astonishing)
pasadía {m}  :: field trip
pasadizo {m}  :: passage, corridor
pasadizo {m}  :: shortcut
pasado {adj}  :: former
pasado {adj}  :: last
pasado {adj}  :: past
pasado {m} [grammar]  :: past
pasado {m}  :: past
pasado de moda {adj}  :: old-fashioned
pasado mañana {adv}  :: day after tomorrow (day after tomorrow)
pasado mañana {m}  :: day after tomorrow (day after tomorrow)
pasagero {m}  :: archaic spelling of pasajero
pasaje {m}  :: A narrow street
pasaje {m}  :: A short reading of a book; an excerpt or passage
pasaje {m}  :: A ticket used for travel; a fare
pasaje {m} [nautical]  :: strait
pasajera {f}  :: feminine form of pasajero
pasajero {adj}  :: transient, passing
pasajero {f}  :: passenger
pasamano {m}  :: handrail
pasamontañas {m}  :: balaclava
pasantía {f}  :: internship
pasantía {f}  :: practicum
pasante {m}  :: intern, trainee
pasaporte {m}  :: passport
pasapurés {m}  :: masher, potato masher
pasar {vi}  :: to enter a room
pasar {vi}  :: to happen
pasar {vr}  :: to go too far, exaggerate
pasar {vr}  :: to ripen too much, become rotten, become off [food]
pasar {v}  :: to pass
pasar {vt}  :: to break the law, rule, order
pasar {vt}  :: to pass [filter]
pasar {vt}  :: to spend time
pasar {vt}  :: to trespass (enter on someone's property without permission)
pasar apuros {v} [idiom]  :: to have a hard time
pasarela {f}  :: catwalk
pasarela {f}  :: footbridge
pasarela {f}  :: gangway
pasarela {f}  :: pedestrian overpass
pasarlo bien {v} [idiomatic]  :: To have a good time
pasarlo bomba {v} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: To have a whale of a time
pasarlo pipa {v} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: To have a whale of a time
pasarlo teta {v} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: To have a whale of a time
pasar página {v} [idiomatic]  :: To turn the page, turn over a new leaf
pasar por la piedra {v} [idiomatic]  :: to have one's wicked way (with)
pasar por la piedra {v} [idiomatic]  :: to humiliate
pasarse siete pueblos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to go too far, go past the limit
pasarse tres pueblos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to go too far, go past the limit
pasatiempo {m}  :: pastime
pascua {prop} [Christianity]  :: Easter
pascua {prop} [Christianity]  :: The period between the birth of Christ and the adoration of the Magi
pascua {prop} [Judaism]  :: Passover
pascual {adj}  :: paschal
Pascual {prop}  :: male given name
Pascuala {prop}  :: female given name
pascuense {adj}  :: Pascuense
pascuense {m}  :: Pascuense
pascuense {m}  :: Pascuense (language)
pasear {v}  :: to promenade
pasear {v}  :: to walk, to take a walk
pasearse {vr}  :: reflexive form of pasear, to take a walk
pase lo que pase {adv}  :: come what may
paseo {m}  :: A promenade (place where one takes a walk for leisure)
paseo {m}  :: A road
paseo {m}  :: A thoroughfare, especially one designed for walking
paseo {m}  :: A trip, an outing, an excursion
paseo {m}  :: A walk, a stroll
paseo {m}  :: A walk in the park, stroll in the park
paseo {m} [hyperbole]  :: A vacation, a holiday
paseo de comida {f}  :: food court
paseriforme {adj}  :: passerine
Países Bajos {prop}  :: The Netherlands
Países Catalanes {prop}  :: Catalan Countries
pasillo {m}  :: corridor
pasión {f}  :: inertia, idleness (the opposite of action)
pasión {f}  :: passion
pasionaria {f}  :: passionflower (any of very many North American vines of the family Passifloraceae)
pasividad {f}  :: passivity
pasivo {adj}  :: passive
pasivo {adj} [slang, gay sexuality]  :: bottom
pasivo {m} [accounting]  :: any debt or material obligation of an enterprise or individual
pasmado {adj}  :: absent-minded
pasmado {adj}  :: astounded, stunned
pasmado {adj} [heraldry]  :: open-mouthed (fish)
pasmado {adj}  :: with bated breath
pasmar {v}  :: to amaze
país miembro {m}  :: member country
pasmoso {adj}  :: astounding
paso {adj}  :: dry (said of fruit)
paso {m}  :: A step in a set of instructions
paso {m}  :: A step or pace walking
paso {m}  :: A way
paso {m} [geography]  :: pass, col
paso {m}  :: The pitch of a helix or screw thread
paso a desnivel {m} [roads]  :: overpass, grade separation
paso de cebra {m}  :: zebra crossing
pasodoble {m}  :: A certain kind of march (music)
paso elevado {m}  :: overpass
paso inferior {m}  :: underpass
pasola {f} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: motor scooter
paso superior {m}  :: overpass
pasotismo {m}  :: apathy
pasta {f}  :: pasta
pasta {f}  :: paste, dough
pasta {f} [Spain, slang]  :: money, dough
pasta de papel {f}  :: wood pulp
pastar {v}  :: to graze
paste {m} [Mexico]  :: pasty, pastie (a type of pie or turnover)
pastel {m}  :: cake, pie, pastry
pastelería {f}  :: confectionery
pastelería {f}  :: pastry shop, cake shop
pastelero {f}  :: pastry cook, confectioner
pastelillo {m}  :: diminutive form of pastel, a small cake
pastelito {m}  :: diminutive form of pastel, small cake
pasterizar {v}  :: to pasteurize
pasteurizar {v}  :: to pasteurize
pastilla {f}  :: bar (block of soap or chocolate)
pastilla {f}  :: cake (block of a dense material)
pastilla {f}  :: cube (cube of stock)
pastilla {f}  :: pill
pastilla de frenos {f}  :: brake pad
pastillero {m}  :: pillbox
pastizal {m}  :: grassland, pasture (land covered with grass)
pastón {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: bomb, fortune (a huge amount of money)
pastún {m}  :: Pashtun
pasto {m}  :: grass
pasto {m}  :: lawn
pasto {m}  :: pasture
pastor {f}  :: herder
pastor {f}  :: pastor, priest
pastor {f}  :: shepherd
pastoral {adj}  :: pastoral
pastoral {f}  :: pastoral
pastor alemán {m}  :: German Shepherd
pastorcito {m}  :: diminutive form of pastor
pastorear {v}  :: to shepherd
pastoreo {m}  :: grazing
pastura {f}  :: pasture, grassland
País Vasco {prop}  :: Basque Country
paté {m}  :: pâté, pate
pata {f} [colloquial]  :: footprint (often used by an angry person)
pata {f} [colloquial]  :: human leg, foot (often used by an angry person)
pata {f}  :: female duck (see pato)
pata {f}  :: leg (of furniture)
pata {f}  :: paw, foot, leg (of an animal)
pata {f}  :: pocket flap
pata {f}  :: tie, draw
-patía {suffix}  :: -pathy
patache {m}  :: patache (boat)
patacón {m}  :: deep-fried plantain slice
patada {f}  :: kick
patagio {m}  :: patagium
patagónico {adj}  :: Patagonian
Patagonia {prop}  :: Patagonia
patalear {v}  :: to stamp
pataleta {f}  :: tantrum (childish display or fit of bad temper)
patas de gallo {f}  :: crow's feet
patata {f} [colloquial]  :: piece of rubbish
patata {f} [Spain]  :: potato
patata caliente {f} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: hot potato (unwanted problem)
patatas alioli {fp}  :: A Spanish dish consisting of small pieces of potatoes, with aioli sauce
patatas bravas {fp}  :: patatas bravas
patatús {n} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: heart attack
patíbulo {m}  :: gallows
pateador {adj}  :: kicking
pateador {f}  :: kicker (something that kicks)
patear {v}  :: to hit
patear {v}  :: to kick
patear {v}  :: to stamp, stomp
patentar {v}  :: to patent
patente {adj}  :: blatant, obvious
patente {adj}  :: clear, clear-cut
patente {adj}  :: patent
patente {m}  :: patent (declaration issued by a government to an inventor)
paternal {adj}  :: paternal, fatherly
paternidad {f}  :: fatherhood
paternidad {f}  :: paternity
paterno {adj}  :: parental
paterno {adj}  :: paternal
patógeno {adj}  :: pathogenic
patógeno {m}  :: pathogen
patidifuso {adj} [colloquial]  :: gobsmacked, astounded
patilla {f}  :: sideburn
patilla {f}  :: watermelon
patillaje {m}  :: pinout
patinador {adj}  :: skating
patinador {f}  :: skater
patinaje {m}  :: skating
patinaje artístico {m}  :: figure skating
patinaje de velocidad {m}  :: speed skating
patinar {vi}  :: to skate
patinar {vi}  :: to slip
patinar {vt}  :: To patine
patineta {f}  :: scooter (child's foot-operated vehicle)
patineta {f}  :: skateboard
patio {m}  :: yard, patio
patita {f}  :: diminutive form of pata
patito {m}  :: duckling
patólogo {f}  :: pathologist
patán {m}  :: boor (rude person)
patín {m}  :: skate, roller skate
pato {f}  :: duck, drake
pato {f} [vulgar, slang, Antilles, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Puerto Rico]  :: homosexual, faggot
Pato {prop} [Chile, informal]  :: male given name
pato arlequín {m}  :: harlequin duck
patogenia {f} [pathology]  :: pathogenesis
patológicamente {adv}  :: pathologically
patológico {adj}  :: pathological
patología {f}  :: pathology
patologista {m}  :: pathologist
patoso {adj}  :: clumsy (lacking coordination)
patraña {f}  :: boodle
patraña {f}  :: fake
patraña {f}  :: lie
patria {f}  :: fatherland
patria chica {f}  :: hometown, native region
patriarca {m}  :: patriarch
patriarcal {adj}  :: patriarchal
Patricia {prop}  :: female given name, feminine from of Patricio, cognate to English Patricia
patricio {m}  :: patrician
Patricio {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to Patrick
patrimonial {adj}  :: patrimonial
patrimonialismo {m}  :: patrimonialism
patrimonio {m}  :: heritage
patriota {m}  :: patriot
patrioterismo {m}  :: chauvinism (excessive patriotism)
patriotismo {m}  :: patriotism
patriótico {adj}  :: patriotic
patrón {m}  :: boss
patrón {m}  :: master
patrón {m}  :: patron
patrón {m}  :: pattern
patrón {m}  :: protector
patrocinador {f}  :: sponsor
patrocinadora {f}  :: feminine form of patrocinador
patrocinar {v}  :: to patronize, sponsor
patronizar {v}  :: to patronize
patrulla {f}  :: patrol
patrullador {m}  :: patroller
patrullar {v}  :: to patrol
patrullera {f}  :: patrol boat
patrullero {adj}  :: related to patrolling
patrullero {m}  :: patrol boat
patrullero {m}  :: patrolman
patéticamente {adv}  :: pathetically
patético {adj}  :: (colloquial) awful, terrible (very bad)
patético {adj}  :: pathetic
pañuelo {m}  :: handkerchief
Paula {prop}  :: female given name. Variant: Paulina
paulatinamente {adv}  :: slowly, gradually
paulatino {adj}  :: gradual
Paulette {prop}  :: female given name
Paulina {prop}  :: female given name
Paulito {prop}  :: male given name, diminutive form of Paulo
paupérrimo {adj}  :: superlative form of pobre
pausa {f}  :: break, pause
pausado {adj}  :: slow, unhurried
pausar {v}  :: to pause
pauta {f}  :: guideline
Pavía {prop}  :: Pavia (province, city)
pavada {f}  :: A children's game
pavada {f} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: bullshit, nonsense, tosh (dumb talk or act)
pavada {f}  :: turkey herd
pavimentar {v}  :: to pave
pavón {m}  :: moth of the genus Saturnia (so called because of the spots in its wings resemble those of the peacock)
pavón {m} [rare]  :: peacock
pavo {m}  :: peacock
pavo {m} [slang]  :: buck (dollar)
pavo {m} [slang]  :: euro
pavo {m} [slang]  :: moron, airhead, dummy, dope (dumb man)
pavo {m}  :: turkey
pavonearse {vr}  :: to show off
pavor {m}  :: fright, fear
pavo real {f}  :: peacock
pavorosamente {adv}  :: frightfully
pavoroso {adj}  :: dreadful
pavorreal {f}  :: peacock
payasa {f}  :: feminine form of payaso
payasada {f}  :: antic, clowning
payasear {v}  :: to goof
payaso {f}  :: clown
payo {f}  :: non-Romani person
paz {f}  :: peace
Paz {prop}  :: female given name
Paz {prop}  :: Spanish surname derived from the given name, or from a nickname for a peaceful person
pazo {m} [Spain]  :: manor
púbica {f}  :: feminine form of púbico
púbico {adj}  :: pubic
públicamente {adv}  :: publicly
público {adj}  :: public
público {m}  :: audience
público {m}  :: public
PCA {acronym} [botany]  :: DYC; "damn yellow composite"
pícaro {adj}  :: cunning
pícaro {adj}  :: Lacking honor
pícaro {adj}  :: malicious
pícaro {f}  :: rogue
pícea {f}  :: spruce
pócima {f}  :: potion (beverage with magical or medicinal powers)
pécora {f}  :: bitch
pécora {f}  :: whore
pícrico {adj}  :: picric
pádel {m}  :: padel
púdico {adj}  :: bashful
púdico {adj}  :: modest, humble, chaste
peña {f}  :: A group of regulars, circle of friends
peña {f}  :: A rock, stone, cliff or outcropping
peña {f} [Chile]  :: a left wing cultural center featuring music, dance, education, and activism
peaje {m}  :: toll (fee for using roads or bridges)
peñasco {m}  :: large rock, boulder
peñascoso {adj}  :: rocky, craggy
peatón {f}  :: pedestrian
peatonal {adj}  :: pedestrian (of or intended for those who are walking)
pebete {m}  :: incense stick
pebete {m}  :: punk, fuse
pebetero {m}  :: A vessel for burning incense
pebre {m}  :: A Chilean condiment containing coriander, vinegar, garlic and pepper
pebre {m}  :: pepper (powdered condiment)
peca {f}  :: freckle
pecadillo {m}  :: diminutive form of pecado; a peccadillo, minor sin
pecado {m}  :: sin
pecado mortal {m}  :: mortal sin, deadly sin
pecado original {m}  :: original sin
pecador {adj}  :: sinful
pecador {f}  :: sinner
pecadora {f}  :: feminine form of pecador
pecana {f}  :: pecan (nut)
pecarí {m}  :: peccary
pecar {v}  :: to sin
pececito {m}  :: diminutive form of pez little fish
pecera {f}  :: fish tank, aquarium
Peces {prop} [zodiac]  :: Pisces
pechiazul {m}  :: The bluethroat. A small bird
pecho {m}  :: breast (of a woman)
pecho {m}  :: chest; the front of the thorax
pecho {m} [figuratively]  :: breast, heart; seat of the emotions, feelings, etc
pecho {m} [figuratively]  :: valor, strength, fortitude
pecho {m}  :: thorax
pechoño {adj}  :: churchy, overly sanctimonious, exaggeratedly pietistic
pechote {m}  :: augmentative form of pecho, big breast
pechuga {f} [by extension]  :: human chest or breast
pechuga {f} [ornithology]  :: bird breast
pechuga {f}  :: poultry breast
pechugón {adj}  :: barrel-chested
pechugón {adj}  :: having large pectorals
pechugón {f}  :: A large-chested man
pechugón {f}  :: A man with large pectorals
pechugona {f}  :: feminine form of pechugón
pecio {f}  :: shipwreck, wreck
pecoso {adj}  :: freckled
pectato {f}  :: pectate
pectina {f} [carbohydrate]  :: pectin
pectinado {adj} [mycology]  :: pectinate
pectoral {adj}  :: pectoral
pecuario {adj}  :: Of or related to cattle raising
peculado {m}  :: embezzlement
peculiar {adj}  :: peculiar
peculiaridad {f}  :: peculiarity; oddity
pecuniario {adj}  :: financial, monetary, pecuniary
pedacito {m}  :: diminutive form of pedazo small piece
pedagogía {f}  :: pedagogy
pedal {m}  :: pedal
pedalear {v}  :: to pedal
pedante {adj}  :: pedantic
pedante {m}  :: pedant (person overly concerned with formal rules and trivial points of learning)
pedantería {f}  :: pedantry (overly ambitious display of learning)
pedazo {m}  :: piece
pederasta {m}  :: pederast
pederastia {f}  :: pederasty
pedernal {m}  :: flint
pedestal {m}  :: pedestal
pedófilo {adj}  :: pedophilic
pedófilo {f}  :: pedophile
pediatra {m}  :: pediatrician
pediatría {f}  :: pediatrics
pedicelo {m} [botany, zoology, mycology]  :: pedicel
pedido {m}  :: bulk purchase
pedido {m}  :: order
pedigüeño {f}  :: sponger
pedigrí {m}  :: pedigree
pedir {v}  :: to ask for something
pedir {v}  :: to order something
pedir {v}  :: to request someone else to do something
pediátrico {adj}  :: pediatric
pedúnculo {m} [botany]  :: peduncle
pedáneo {adj}  :: small-town
pedo {adj} [slang, vulgar]  :: drunk, high, intoxicated
pedo {m}  :: fart
pedo {m} [Mexico, El Salvador]  :: party
pedo {m} [slang]  :: drunkenness
pedofilia {f}  :: pedophilia
pedofobia {f}  :: pedophobia
pedorrear {v}  :: to fart
pedorro {adj} [vulgar]  :: farter (someone or something that farts)
pedorro {f} [vulgar]  :: ass, buttocks
pedorro {f} [vulgar]  :: farter (someone or something that farts)
pedregoso {adj}  :: stony
pedrería {f}  :: gemstone collection
pedrisco {m}  :: hail (balls of ice)
Pedro {prop}  :: male given name of biblical origin
Pedro {prop}  :: Peter [biblical character]
pedrolo {m} [Spain, informal]  :: big rock (large diamond)
pedunculado {adj} [botany]  :: pedunculate
peer {v}  :: to break wind, to fart
pega {f} [colloquial, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru]  :: work
pega {f}  :: glue
pega {f}  :: gluing
pega {f}  :: obstacle
pegado {adj}  :: adherent
pegado {adj}  :: attached
pegado {adj}  :: cleaving
pegado {adj} [computing]  :: hanging
pegado {adj}  :: sticking
pegado {adj}  :: stuck
pegajoso {adj}  :: clingy
pegajoso {adj}  :: slimy
pegajoso {adj}  :: tacky, sticky
pegamento {m}  :: glue (substance)
pegamiento {m}  :: gluing, glue (action of gluing)
pegar {v}  :: to glue
pegar {v}  :: to hit
pegar {v}  :: to stick
pegar ojo {v} [idiomatic]  :: To sleep
pegarse {vi}  :: to stick, to become attached, to adhere
pegarse {vi}  :: to take root
pegarse un tiro {v} [idiomatic]  :: to shoot oneself
pegar un parche {v} [idiomatic]  :: to pull the wool over someone's eyes, to pull a fast one
Pegaso {prop}  :: Pegasus
pegatina {f}  :: sticker (adhesive label or decal)
peinado {m}  :: hairdo
peinado {m}  :: hairstyle
peinar {vr}  :: to comb oneself
peinar {vt}  :: to comb (something)
peinarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of peinar
peine {m}  :: comb
peje {m}  :: fish
pejelagarto {m} [chiefly, Mexico, and, Central America]  :: gar; garfish (fish of the family Lepisosteidae)
Pekín {prop}  :: Beijing (capital of China)
pela {f}  :: a hit or a beating
pela {f} [colloquial]  :: Peseta (former currency of Spain)
pelada {f}  :: bald head
pelada {f}  :: feminine form of pelado
pelado {adj}  :: bald
pelado {adj} [by extension, Mexico]  :: obscene, filthy
pelado {adj} [figuratively]  :: broke, pennyless (without money)
pelado {adj} [figuratively]  :: uncultivated, uncivilized
pelado {adj}  :: hairless
pelado {adj}  :: peeled, skinned, shelled (having the outer layer e.g. peel, skin, husk etc. removed)
pelado {adj}  :: treeless, bare (with no or little vegetation)
pelado {f}  :: baldie
pelagatos {m}  :: nobody (unimportant person)
pelaje {m}  :: fur coat
pelambre {m}  :: gossip (usually criticizing somebody not present)
pelandusca {f} [colloquial]  :: floozy, harlot (prostitute)
pelapapas {m}  :: potato peeler
pelapatatas {m}  :: potato peeler
pelar {v}  :: to cut the hair of
pelar {v}  :: to exfoliate
pelar {v}  :: to peel (fruits, vegetables)
pelar {v}  :: to pluck (a bird)
pelar {v}  :: to shell (nuts, shellfish)
pelar {v}  :: to skin (an animal)
pelar {v}  :: to steal
pelar {v}  :: to unwrap
pelar {vt}  :: to spread negative gossip, run down, criticise somebody
pelarse {vr}  :: to fray (rope, wire)
pelarse {vr}  :: to have one's hair cut
pelarse {vr}  :: to lose one's hair; to go bald
pelarse {vr}  :: to peel (of skin, from the sun, etc.)
Pelayo {prop}  :: male given name, Pelagius
pelícano {m} [colloquial]  :: a large nose
pelícano {m}  :: pelican
película {f}  :: film (layer)
película {f}  :: movie
película {f}  :: story (invented story, especially one as an excuse)
peldaño {m}  :: step (of a staircase or ladder)
pelea {f}  :: fight, struggle
peleador {adj}  :: combative, fighting
peleador {adj}  :: quarrelsome, feisty
pelear {vi}  :: to fight
pelele {m}  :: dummy (stupid person)
pelele {m}  :: puppet, tool
pelele {m}  :: rompers (one-piece garment for babies)
peleón {m}  :: bully
peletero {f}  :: furrier
pelágico {adj}  :: pelagic
peli {f} [slang, Spain]  :: short for película, movie
peliagudo {adj}  :: difficult, tricky
peliculero {adj}  :: fantasizing, overly imaginative
peliculero {adj}  :: fond of movies
peliculero {adj}  :: related to movies
peligrar {v}  :: to be in danger
peligro {m}  :: peril, danger
peligrosamente {adv}  :: dangerously
peligrosidad {f}  :: dangerousness
peligroso {adj}  :: perilous, dangerous
pelirroja {f}  :: feminine form of pelirrojo
pelirrojo {adj}  :: redheaded
pelirrojo {f}  :: redhead
pelleja {f}  :: animal skin, hide
pelleja {f}  :: pelt
pellejo {m}  :: skin, hide
pellizcar {v}  :: to pinch, nip
pellizco {m}  :: pinch (act of pinching)
pellizco {m}  :: pinch (small amount of e.g. seasoning)
pelín {m}  :: bit
pelón {adj}  :: bald or balding
pelón {adj}  :: with little or no hair
pelón {adj}  :: with short hair
pelo {m}  :: All the hair on the head
pelo {m}  :: hair (a single hair)
Peloponeso {prop}  :: Peloponnese
pelo suelto {m}  :: shaggy or bed head hair
pelota {f}  :: ball
pelota {f}  :: teacher's pet; brown noser
pelotari {m}  :: pilota player
pelotazo {m}  :: a hit with a ball
pelotero {m}  :: baseball player
pelotón {m}  :: group, team
pelotón {m}  :: heap, bunch
pelotón {m}  :: platoon
pelotón de fusilamiento {m}  :: firing squad
pelotudo {adj} [Argentina, Chile, colloquial, highly vulgar]  :: stupid, dumb
pelotudo {m} [Argentina, Chile, colloquial, highly vulgar]  :: dummy, idiot, boob
pelársela {v}  :: To wank
peltre {m}  :: pewter (tin alloy)
peluca {f}  :: wig
peluca de hombre {f}  :: A toupee
peluca púbica {m}  :: A merkin
peluche {m} [textiles]  :: plush
peluche {m} [toys]  :: soft toy, stuffed animal
peludo {adj}  :: furry, fuzzy
peludo {adj}  :: hairball-like
peludo {adj}  :: hairy
peludo {m} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: piss-up, boozer
peluquera {f}  :: feminine form of peluquero
peluquería {f}  :: barbershop, hairdresser
peluquero {f}  :: barber, hairdresser
pelusa {f} [colloquial]  :: jealousy
pelusa {f}  :: fluff (light fur)
pelusa {f}  :: lint
pelusilla {f}  :: diminutive form of pelusa, fluff
peluzote {m}  :: augmentative form of pelusa
pelvis {f}  :: pelvis
pemolina {f} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: pemoline
peán {m}  :: paean
peón {m}  :: beehive
peón {m}  :: child's toy top
peón {m}  :: foot soldier, infantryman
peón {m}  :: laborer, worker
peón {m} [mechanical]  :: axle, spindle
peón {m}  :: piece, token, or man in board games
pena {f} [Latin America]  :: embarrassment
pena {f}  :: pain, sadness
pena {f}  :: pity
pena {f}  :: punishment
pena {f}  :: trouble
penacho {m}  :: tuft
pena de muerte {f}  :: death penalty
penal {adj}  :: penal
penal {m}  :: a kind of prison
penal {m} [soccer]  :: penalty
penalización {f}  :: penalty
penalizar {vt}  :: to penalize
penalti {m} [family]  :: shotgun wedding, a forced marriage that happens because the bride became pregnant
penalti {m} [soccer]  :: penalty
penar {v}  :: to punish
penca {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: bad, lousy, bum (of poor quality)
penca {adj}  :: feminine form of penco
penca {f} [botany]  :: main rib or vein of a leaf
penca {f} [Chile]  :: penis
penca {f} [Chile]  :: radish (large oblong variety)
penca {f}  :: fleshy stalk, leafstalk or leaf of certain plats e.g. celery leafstalks or nopal leaves
pencazo {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: bang, bash, punch
pencazo {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: hit (collision or other physical accident)
pencazo {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: shots (instance of drinking alcohol)
pendeja {f}  :: Degrading term to call a woman
pendeja {f}  :: Dumb female woman or girl, idiot
pendeja {f}  :: Feeble minded female, coward
pendeja {f}  :: feminine form of pendejo
pendejada {f}  :: bullshit (deceitful statement)
pendejadas {fp}  :: bullshit (deceitful statements)
pendejear {v} [pejorative, slang, vulgar, Latin America]  :: To fool around; to procrastinate; to fritter aimlessly or distractedly
pendejo {f} [Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay]  :: punk (an adolescent who presumes to be an adult.)
pendejo {f} [Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay]  :: young boy
pendejo {f} [Cuba]  :: coward
pendejo {f} [pejorative]  :: dumbass, creep (stupid person)
pendejo {m}  :: A pubic hair
pendencia {f}  :: quarrel, dispute, feud
pender {v}  :: to be pending, to be undecided
pender {v}  :: to hang, to dangle
pendiente {adj}  :: hanging
pendiente {adj}  :: pending
pendiente {f}  :: slope (declivity)
pendiente {m}  :: pendant (hanging earring)
pendiente {m}  :: pendant (hanging piece of jewllery)
pendón {m}  :: pennant, pennon
pendón {m}  :: slob
pendón {m}  :: slut
pendolista {m}  :: calligrapher
pendular {adj}  :: fickle
pene {m}  :: penis
pene artificial {m}  :: strap-on
penectomía {f} [surgery]  :: penectomy
pene femenino {m}  :: strap-on
penetración {f}  :: penetration
penetrante {adj}  :: pervasive
penetrante {adj}  :: poignant
penetrar {v}  :: to penetrate
peneuvista {adj} [politics]  :: Supporting the Basque Nationalist Party
peneuvista {m} [politics]  :: A Basque Nationalist Party member or supporter
penicilasa {f} [enzyme]  :: penicillinase
penicilina {f}  :: penicillin
peninsular {adj}  :: peninsular
penique {m}  :: penny
penitencia {f}  :: Penance
penitenciaría {f}  :: penitentiary, prison
penitenciario {adj}  :: related to penitentiaries
penitente {m}  :: a penitent
Penélope {prop}  :: Penelope
penúltimo {adj}  :: penultimate
península {f}  :: peninsula
penol {m}  :: yardarm
penosamente {adv}  :: painfully, sorrowfully
penosamente {adv}  :: painstakingly, grudgingly
penoso {adj}  :: awful, pitiful
penoso {adj}  :: painful
penoso {adj}  :: tough, difficult
pensable {adj}  :: thinkable, cogitable
pensador {f}  :: thinker
pensadora {f}  :: (female) thinker
pensamiento {m}  :: pansy
pensamiento {m}  :: thinking
pensamiento {m}  :: thought
pensar {v}  :: to intend; to try
pensar {v}  :: to reflect upon a situation
pensar {v}  :: to think
pensar {v}  :: to think about
pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejo {vi}  :: To become lost in thought, to ponder
pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejo {v}  :: to contemplate
pensar en la inmortalidad del cangrejo {v}  :: to daydream
pensarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of pensar
pensativo {adj}  :: pensive
Pensilvania {prop}  :: Pennsylvania (US state)
pensión {f}  :: guesthouse
pensión {f}  :: pension
pensionista {m}  :: pensioner
penta- {prefix}  :: penta-
pentadecano {m} [organic compound]  :: pentadecane
pentadecágono {m} [geometry]  :: pentadecagon
pentaedro {m}  :: pentahedron
pentagonal {adj}  :: pentagonal
pentagrama {f} [geometry]  :: pentagram
pentagrama {f} [music]  :: staff
pentaleno {m} [organic compound]  :: pentalene
pentano {m} [organic compound]  :: pentane
pentanol {m} [organic compound]  :: pentanol
pentatleta {m}  :: pentathlete
pentatlón {m}  :: pentathlon
pentatlón moderno {m}  :: modern pentathlon
pentácoron {m} [geometry]  :: pentachoron
pentáculo {m}  :: pentacle
pentágono {adj}  :: pentagonal
pentágono {m}  :: pentagon
Pentágono {prop}  :: The Pentagon, the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense
pentosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: pentose
penumbra {f}  :: half-light
penumbra {f}  :: penumbra
penumbra {f}  :: shadow, shade
penuria {f}  :: shortage, lack
peonza {f}  :: spinning top
peor {adj}  :: comparative form of malo, worse
peor {adj}  :: superlative form of malo, worst
peor {adv}  :: comparative form of mal, worse
pepa {f} [Latin America]  :: pepita, certain large edible seeds e.g. sunflower seed
pepa {f} [Latin America]  :: pip, stone (seed inside fruits)
pepa {f} [Latin America, slang]  :: pill (recreatinal drug in pill-form especially amphetamine)
pepa {f}  :: nugget (small piece of metal especially gold)
Pepe {prop}  :: A diminutive of the male given name José
pepena {f} [Mexico, Cetral America]  :: collecting, gathering
pepenar {v} [Central America, Mexico]  :: to pick up, to collect
pepenar {v} [Central America, Mexico]  :: to scrounge
pepenar {v} [Mexico, Nicaragua]  :: to steal, loot
pepesca {n} [El Salvador]  :: a small kind of fish (Brachyrhaphis olomina)
pepinillo {m}  :: pickle (cucumber preserved in a solution)
pepino {m}  :: cucumber (plant)
pepino {m}  :: cucumber (vegetable)
pepino de mar {m}  :: sea cucumber
pepita {f}  :: nugget, especially of gold or platinum
pepita {f}  :: pepita
pepsina {f} [enzyme]  :: pepsin
pepsinógeno {f} [biochemistry]  :: pepsinogen
peptídico {adj}  :: peptidic
peptidasa {f} [enzyme]  :: peptidase
peptidoglicano {m} [organic compound]  :: peptidoglycan
peptona {f} [protein]  :: peptone
pequeñajo {m} [pejorative]  :: diminutive form of pequeño, uggly little
pequeñez {f}  :: pettiness
pequeñez {f}  :: smallness
pequeñez {f}  :: trifle, trivial thing
pequeñito {adj}  :: diminutive form of pequeño, very small
pequeñín {m}  :: diminutive form of pequeño
pequeño {adj}  :: small; little
Perú {prop}  :: Peru
pera {f} [anatomy]  :: chin
pera {f}  :: pear
peral {m}  :: pear tree
Peralta {prop}  :: Spanish surname
peraltar {vt} [architecture]  :: to bank (a curve)
peraltar {vt}  :: to bank (to form into a bank or heap)
peralto {m}  :: altitude
perca {f}  :: bass
perca {f}  :: perch, Perca fluviatilis
percal {m}  :: percale
percance {m}  :: accident, mishap
percatarse {vr}  :: To take into account
percebe {m}  :: barnacle
percepción {f}  :: perception
perceptible {adj}  :: perceptible
perceptor {f}  :: recipient
percha {f}  :: coat hanger
percha {f}  :: coat rack
percha {f}  :: perch
perchero {m}  :: coat rack
percibir {v}  :: to perceive
perclorato {m} [chemistry]  :: perchlorate
per cápita {adv}  :: per capita
percudir {v}  :: to make grimy
percusión {f}  :: percussion
percutáneo {adj}  :: percutaneous
percutor {m}  :: hammer (part of firearm)
perdedor {f}  :: loser
perdedora {f}  :: feminine form of perdedor
perder {vr}  :: to get lost
perder {v}  :: to lose
perder {v}  :: to miss
perder {v}  :: to waste
perder el culo {v} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: to be in a rush
perder el culo {v} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: to bust one's balls
perder los estribos {v}  :: to fly off the handle, lose one's head
perdición {f}  :: ruin, perdition
perdido {adj}  :: lost
perdigón {m}  :: A small lead pellet used as ammunition
perdigón {m}  :: A young partridge
perdiz {f}  :: partridge
perdón {interj}  :: sorry, pardon (I didn't hear you)
perdón {interj}  :: sorry, pardon me (excuse me)
perdón {m}  :: mercy
perdón {m}  :: pardon
perdonable {adj}  :: forgivable, pardonable
perdonar {v}  :: to pardon, excuse, forgive
perdurable {adj}  :: durable
perdurar {v}  :: to endure
perdurar {v}  :: to last for a long time
perecear {v} [colloquial]  :: to postpone, waste time, retard or defer something due to one's laziness, negligence, or sloth
perecedero {adj}  :: perishable
perecer {v}  :: to die, to perish
perecer {v}  :: to long for
peregrina {f}  :: female pilgrim
peregrinación {f} [by extension]  :: voyage; journey
peregrinación {f}  :: pilgrimage
peregrinaje {m}  :: pilgrimage
peregrinar {v}  :: to peregrinate; to travel abroad
peregrinidad {f}  :: strangeness
peregrino {adj}  :: foreign
peregrino {adj}  :: strange
peregrino {adj}  :: traveling, wandering
peregrino {f}  :: pilgrim
peregrino {f}  :: traveler
perejil {m}  :: parsley
perenne {adj}  :: perennial
perennifolio {adj} [botany]  :: evergreen
pereza {f} [colloquial]  :: a drag (something tedious)
pereza {f}  :: laziness
perezoso {adj}  :: lazy
perezoso {m}  :: sloth (mammal)
perfección {f}  :: perfection
perfeccionamiento {m}  :: An instance of perfecting
perfeccionar {v}  :: to perfect
perfeccionismo {advm}  :: perfectionism
perfeccionista {adj}  :: perfectionistic
perfeccionista {m}  :: perfectionist
perfectamente {adv}  :: perfectly
perfectibilidad {f}  :: perfectibility
perfectivo {adj}  :: perfective
perfecto {adj}  :: perfect
perfidia {f}  :: perfidy
perfil {m}  :: profile
perfilar {v}  :: to outline
perfluorohexano {m}  :: perfluorohexane
perforación {f}  :: perforation
perforadora {f}  :: hole punch
perforadora {f}  :: keypunch
perforadora {f}  :: mining drill
perforar {v}  :: to perforate
perfumado {adj}  :: scented, perfumed
perfumar {v}  :: to scent
perfume {m}  :: perfume
perfumería {f}  :: perfumery, perfume shop
pergamino {m}  :: parchment
pergeñar {v} [colloquial]  :: to sketch out, draw up
pergelisol {m}  :: permafrost
pergelisuelo {m}  :: permafrost
peri- {prefix}  :: peri-
periantio {m} [botany]  :: perianth
pericardíaco {adj}  :: pericardial
pericardio {m}  :: pericardium
pericarpio {m} [botany]  :: pericarp
pericia {f}  :: skill
Pericles {prop}  :: Pericles
periclitar {v}  :: to decay, decline, wither
perico {m}  :: parakeet
perico ripiao {m}  :: type of traditional merengue music
periódicamente {adv}  :: periodically
periódico {adj}  :: periodic
periódico {m}  :: newspaper
peridoto {m}  :: peridot
periferia {f}  :: periphery
perifolio {m}  :: chervil
perifollo {m}  :: chervil
periférico {adj}  :: peripheral
periférico {m}  :: peripheral
perihelio {m} [astronomy]  :: perihelion
perilipina {f} [protein]  :: perilipin
perilla {f}  :: goatee
perilla {f}  :: knob, doorknob
periné {m} [anatomy]  :: perineum
perineal {adj}  :: perineal
perineo {m} [anatomy]  :: perineum
perineorrafia {f}  :: perineorraphy
perineumonía {f}  :: peripneumonia
periodismo {m}  :: journalism
periodista {m}  :: journalist
periodo {m}  :: period
periodo de entreguerras {m}  :: interwar period
periodoncia {f}  :: periodontics, periodontology
periodontal {adj}  :: periodontal
periodístico {adj}  :: journalistic
peripecia {f}  :: adventure
peripecia {f}  :: incident
peripecia {f}  :: peripeteia
periquera {f}  :: cacophonous gibberish
periquera {f}  :: flock of parakeets
periquito {m}  :: budgerigar
periscopio {m}  :: periscope
periscópico {adj}  :: periscopic
peristalsis {f}  :: peristalsis
peristáltico {adj}  :: peristaltic
perito {m}  :: expert
peritoneo {m} [anatomy]  :: peritoneum
perivascular {adj}  :: perivascular
perjudicar {v}  :: to damage, harm, injure
perjudicar {v}  :: to prejudice
perjudicial {adj}  :: hurtful, harmful
perjuicio {m}  :: detriment (the opposite of a benefit)
perjurar {v}  :: to perjure oneself
perjurar {v}  :: to swear
perjurar {v}  :: to swear again and again
perjurio {m}  :: perjury
perjuro {adj}  :: related to perjury
perjuro {m} [colloquial]  :: perjury
perla {f}  :: bead
perla {f}  :: pearl
permacongelamiento {m}  :: permafrost
permafrost {m} [geology]  :: permafrost
permagel {m}  :: permafrost
permanecer {vi}  :: to stay
permanencia {f}  :: permanence
permanente {adj}  :: permanent
permanente {f}  :: perm, permanent wave, permanent
permanentemente {adv}  :: permanently
permanganato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: permanganate
permangánico {adj}  :: permanganic
permeabilidad {f}  :: permeability
permeable {adj}  :: permeable
permear {v}  :: to permeate
perímetro {m}  :: perimeter
permisividad {f}  :: permissiveness
permiso {interj}  :: excuse me, pardon
permiso {m}  :: license
permiso {m}  :: permission
permitir {v}  :: to allow, to permit
permitirse {v}  :: to allow oneself
permutación {f} [mathematics]  :: permutation
permutar {v} [mathematics]  :: to permute
permutar {v}  :: to exchange
pernera {f}  :: leg (of a pair of trousers, shorts etc.)
pernicioso {adj}  :: pernicious
pernil {m}  :: knuckle of pork
perno {m}  :: bolt
perno {m}  :: large spike
pernoctación {f}  :: pernoctation, a night spent sleeping away, particularly not at home
pernoctar {v}  :: to spend the night
pero {conj}  :: but
período {m}  :: A woman’s period (menstrual cycle)
período {m}  :: period (time)
peroné {m} [skeleton]  :: fibula
peronismo {m}  :: Peronism
peronista {adj}  :: Peronist
peronista {m}  :: Peronist
perorar {v}  :: to make a speech
peroxidasa {f} [enzyme]  :: peroxidase
peroxisoma {m} [cytology]  :: peroxisome
perpendicularmente {adv}  :: perpendicularly
perpetrador {f}  :: perpetrator
perpetrar {v}  :: to carry out, to perpetrate
perpetuamente {adv}  :: perpetually
perpetuar {v}  :: to perpetuate
perpetuidad {f}  :: perpetuity
perpetuo {adj}  :: perpetual
perplejidad {f}  :: bafflement, bewilderment
perplejidad {f}  :: perplexity
perplejo {adj}  :: perplexed, baffled, confused
perpunte {m}  :: a padded jacket serving as an armor
perquirir {v}  :: to investigate
perquirir {v}  :: to seek out
perra {f}  :: (female) dog, bitch
perra {f}  :: prostitute, whore
perra {f}  :: slut
perrear {v} [Argentina, colloquial]  :: to deceive
perrear {v} [slang]  :: to dance reggaeton
perrera {f}  :: kennel
perrilla {f} [Mexico]  :: stye
perrita {f}  :: diminutive form of perra, female doggy
perrito {m}  :: doggy, diminutive form of perro
perrito {m}  :: hot dog
perrito caliente {m}  :: hot dog
perro {adj}  :: awful
perro {adj}  :: doggy, doggish
perro {adj}  :: wicked, mean
perro {f}  :: dog
perro caliente {m}  :: hot dog
perro de agua {m}  :: water dog
perro de mil leches {m}  :: mongrel, crossbred dog
perro guía {m}  :: guide dog
perro guardián {m}  :: watchdog
perro ladrador, poco mordedor {proverb}  :: barking dogs seldom bite
perro que no camina, no encuentra hueso {proverb}  :: practice makes perfect; no pain no gain
perruno {adj} [attributive]  :: dog
perruno {adj}  :: doglike
persa {adj}  :: Persian (Of, from, or pertaining to Persia)
persa {m}  :: Persian (person from Persia)
persa {prop}  :: Persian (Persian language)
persecución {f}  :: chase
persecución {f}  :: paranoia, persecution complex
persecución {f}  :: persecution
persecución equipos {f} [cycling]  :: team pursuit
persecución individual {f} [cycling]  :: individual pursuit
perseguido {adj}  :: obsessed
perseguido {adj}  :: paranoid
perseguir {v}  :: to pursue
perseverancia {f}  :: perseverance
perseverante {adj}  :: persevering
perseverar {v}  :: to persevere
Perséfone {prop} [Greek god]  :: Persephone
Persia {prop}  :: Persia
persiana {f}  :: blind
persiana {f}  :: shutter
persignarse {vr} [Christianity]  :: to cross oneself, (make the sign of the cross over oneself)
persistencia {f}  :: persistence
persistente {adj}  :: persistent
persistir {v}  :: to persist
persona {f}  :: person
persona de muchos oficios {f}  :: jack of all trades
personaje {m}  :: character in a film, book or other media
personaje {m}  :: personage
personaje {m}  :: personality
personal {adj}  :: personal
personal {m}  :: personnel
personalidad {f}  :: personality
personalizar {v}  :: to personalize
personalmente {adv}  :: personally
personarse {v} [formal]  :: To arrive, turn up, make one's way
personificación {f}  :: personification
personificar {v}  :: to personify
perspectiva {f}  :: perspective
perspicacia {f}  :: perspicacity, acumen
perspicacidad {f}  :: perspicacity
perspicaz {adj} [of vision]  :: acute
perspicaz {adj}  :: perceptive, perspicacious, insightful, shrewd
persuadir {v}  :: to persuade
persuasión {f}  :: conviction
persuasión {f}  :: inducement
persuasión {f}  :: persuasion
persuasivo {adj}  :: persuasive
pertactina {f} [protein]  :: pertactin
pertenecer {v}  :: to belong; to pertain
pertenecerse {v}  :: to be independent
perteneciente {adj}  :: belonging to
pertenencia {f}  :: belonging
pertenencia {f}  :: property
pertinaz {adj}  :: enduring, persistent
pertinaz {adj}  :: pertinacious
pertinente {adj}  :: appropriate
pertinente {adj}  :: pertinent, relevant
pertrechos {mp}  :: gear, equipment
perturbación {f}  :: perturbation, disturbance, disruption, agitation
perturbado {adj}  :: disturbed (person)
perturbador {adj}  :: perturbing
perturbador {f}  :: agitator
perturbador {f}  :: troublemaker
perturbadora {f}  :: feminine form of perturbador
perturbar {v}  :: to perturb
peruana {f}  :: feminine form of peruano
peruano {adj}  :: Peruvian (from or native to Peru)
peruano {adj}  :: Peruvian (pertaining to Peru)
peruano {f}  :: a Peruvian
Perusa {prop}  :: Perugia (city)
peruviana {f}  :: feminine form of peruviano
peruviano {adj}  :: Peruvian (from or native to Peru)
peruviano {adj}  :: Peruvian (pertaining to Peru)
peruviano {f}  :: a Peruvian
perversión {f}  :: perversion
perverso {adj}  :: bad, mean, wicked
perverso {adj}  :: perverse (of desires etc)
perverso {adj}  :: perverted
pervertido {adj}  :: perverted
pervertir {v}  :: to pervert, lead astray, garble, corrupt
pervivencia {f}  :: survival, prevalence
pervivir {v}  :: prevail, survive
peróxido {m} [chemistry]  :: peroxide
peróxido de hidrógeno {m} [inorganic compound]  :: hydrogen peroxide
pesa {f} [Latin America]  :: balance, scales
pesa {f}  :: weight
pesadilla {f}  :: nightmare
pesado {adj}  :: annoying
pesado {adj}  :: boring
pesado {adj}  :: heavy in weight
pesado {adj}  :: serious
pesadumbre {f}  :: heaviness
pesadumbre {f}  :: sorrow
pesadumbre {f}  :: trouble
pesar {m}  :: grief, regret, chagrin
pesar {v}  :: to have seriousness. To be grave
pesar {v}  :: to have weight
pesar {v}  :: to ponder
pesar {v}  :: to weigh
pesario {m} [medicine]  :: pessary (vaginal suppository)
pesa rusa {f}  :: kettlebell
pesas {fp}  :: dumbbell
pesas {fp}  :: weights
pesca {f}  :: fishing
pescadería {f}  :: fishmarket
pescadería {f}  :: fishmonger's, fish shop (shop that sells fish)
pescadero {f}  :: fishmonger (person who sells fish)
pescadilla que se muerde la cola {f}  :: ouroboros
pescadilla que se muerde la cola {f}  :: vicious circle
pescadito {m}  :: diminutive form of pescado, little fish
pescado {m}  :: fish that has been caught
pescador {adj}  :: That fishes
pescador {f}  :: fisherman or fisher
pescadora {f}  :: (female) fisher
pescadora {f}  :: fisherwoman
pescador furtivo {m} [fish]  :: poacher
pescante {m} [nautical]  :: davit
pescar {v} [colloquial]  :: to catch
pescar {v} [colloquial]  :: to get
pescar {v} [colloquial]  :: to mind, pay attention to (a person)
pescar {v} [colloquial]  :: to screw, to get action (have sex)
pescar {v} [colloquial]  :: to search, or fish for information
pescar {v}  :: to angle
pescar {v}  :: to fish
pescuezo {m}  :: neck
pese a {prep}  :: in spite of, despite
pesebre {m}  :: a confined space set apart for the feeding of animals
pesebre {m}  :: manger
pesebre {m}  :: Nativity Scene
peseta {f}  :: peseta
pesetero {f} [colloquial]  :: money-grubber
pesimismo {m}  :: pessimism
pesimista {adj}  :: pessimistic
pesimista {m}  :: pessimist
peso {m}  :: peso (unit of currency)
peso {m}  :: weight
peso específico {m}  :: specific gravity
peso molecular {m}  :: molecular weight
peso muerto {m}  :: deadlift
pespuntar {v}  :: to backstitch
pesquera {f}  :: fish company
pesquero {adj}  :: fishing (related to fishing)
pesquero {adj}  :: fishing (which or who is fishing)
pesquero {m}  :: fishing boat
pestaña {f} [computing]  :: tab (navigational widget in a GUI)
pestaña {f}  :: eyelash
pestaña {f}  :: flange
pestañear {v}  :: to wink, blink
pestañeo {m}  :: flutter, flapping
pestañeo {m}  :: wink, blink (blinking of an eye)
peste {f}  :: contagious disease
peste {f}  :: plague
peste {f} [slang, Mexico]  :: reek, unpleasant or repulsive smell
peste bovina {f}  :: rinderpest
peste negra {f}  :: Black Death
pesticida {f}  :: pesticide
pestilencia {f}  :: pestilence
pestilencial {adj}  :: pestilent
pestilente {adj}  :: pestilent, stinking
pestillo {m}  :: A bolt (lock)
pestillo {m}  :: A latch
pestiño {m}  :: a type of small pancake
pestiño {m} [colloquial]  :: a boring or annoying person
peta {f} [Bolivia]  :: turtle
petaca {f}  :: hip flask
petaca {f} [Mexico, in the plural]  :: buttocks
petaca {f} [Mexico]  :: suitcase
petaca {f}  :: tobacco pouch
petanca {f} [games]  :: pétanque
petar {vt} [colloquial]  :: to please, gratify, content (transitive)
petardear {v}  :: to backfire
petardo {m}  :: a boring or annoying person
petardo {m}  :: blowjob
petardo {m}  :: firecracker (a firework)
petardo {m}  :: joint
petardo {m}  :: swindle
petardo {m}  :: trash, rubbish
petardo {m}  :: ugly woman
petate {m}  :: A mat woven from petate, commonly used as a bedroll and for other purposes
petate {m}  :: Fibers obtained from the leaves of palm trees found in the Caribbean and Mesoamerica, (most commonly Leucothrinax morrisii and Thrinax radiata)
petatearse {vp} [colloquial, Chile, El Savador, Mexico, Panama]  :: to die
pete {m} [Latin America, childish]  :: pacifier, short form of chupete
pete {m} [Latin America, slang]  :: blowjob
petear {v} [Latin America, slang]  :: To give a blowjob. To give a pete
petición {f}  :: request
peticionar {v}  :: to petition
petirrojo {m}  :: robin (Erithacus rubecula)
petámetro {m}  :: petametre
Petén {prop}  :: A department of Guatemala
peto {m}  :: bib
peto {m}  :: breastplate
peto {m} [historical]  :: plastron
peto {m}  :: shirtfront
peto {m} [sports]  :: chest pad
peto {m} [zoology]  :: plastron
petrel {m}  :: petrel
petricor {m}  :: petrichor
petrificar {vt}  :: To petrify
petróleo {m}  :: petroleum, oil
petrodiésel {m}  :: diesel
petroleoquímica {f}  :: petroleum chemistry
petroleoquímico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the petroleum industry
petrolera {f}  :: oil company
petrolero {adj}  :: diesel (of vehicles powered with diesel fuel)
petrolero {adj}  :: oil, petrol (related to mineral oil)
petrolero {m}  :: oil tanker
petrolífero {adj}  :: petroliferous
petroquímica {f}  :: petrochemistry
petroquímico {adj}  :: petrochemical
petulancia {f}  :: self-pride, conceitedness
petulante {adj}  :: posing, self-proud, conceited
petulante {m}  :: poser, conceited person
peuca {f} [slang, Chile]  :: term of contempt for a young woman (due to phonetical similitude with puta)
peuca {f} [slang, rural, Chile]  :: sweetheart, a girl which is engaged with someone
peuco {m} [Chile]  :: an American hawk, Harris Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus)
peyorativamente {adv}  :: pejoratively
peyorativo {adj}  :: pejorative
peyorativo {m}  :: pejorative (disparaging, belittling or derogatory word or expression)
peyote {m}  :: peyote
pez {f}  :: pitch, tar
pez {m}  :: fish (especially while alive)
pez de leche {m}  :: milkfish
pez espada {m}  :: swordfish
pez gato {m}  :: catfish
pez gordo {m} [idiomatic]  :: big fish, big cheese
pez luna {m}  :: sunfish; ocean sunfish (large marine fish)
pezón {m} [anatomy]  :: nipple
pez payaso {m}  :: clownfish
pezuña {f}  :: hoof
pez volador {m}  :: flying fish
págalo parasito {m}  :: The Arctic Skua
págalo ártico {m}  :: The Arctic Skua, a seabird
púgil {m}  :: boxer, pugilist
página {f}  :: page
página web {f}  :: web page
PGR {abbr}  :: (Mexico) La Procuraduría General de la República, The attorney general of Mexico
philósopho {m}  :: obsolete form of filósofo
pi {f}  :: pi; the Greek letter Π, π
piña {f} [Argentina, colloquial]  :: collision, accident, crash
piña {f} [Canarias, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Honduras, Cuba, Uruguay]  :: punch with the fist
piña {f}  :: close-knit group
piña {f}  :: pineapple
piña {f}  :: pine cone, pinecone
piada {f}  :: chirping (action of chirping)
piada {f} [colloquial]  :: Expression of someone similar to the other person usually used. Salvador tiene muchas piadas de su maestro
piadoso {adj}  :: pious
piadoso {adj}  :: pitiful
pianista {m}  :: pianist
piano {m}  :: piano
piar {v}  :: to chirp
piara {f}  :: herd (of pigs, sheep etc.)
piñata {f}  :: Doll filled with candy, that gets hit with a hammer or a stick during birthday parties (also Mexican Christmas celebrations) until the candy falls out
PIB {m}  :: Producto Interno Bruto; gross domestic product, GDP
pibe {f} [Argentina, Uruguay, Canary Islands, colloquial]  :: kid, young person
pibil {adj} [Mexico, said of a food]  :: Wrapped in banana or plantain leaves and cooked underground
pibón {m} [informal, Spain]  :: hottie, cutie (attractive woman)
pica {f} [card games]  :: spade
pica {f}  :: pick (digging tool)
pica {f}  :: pike, lance
picada {f}  :: appetizer (small portion of food)
picadero {m}  :: riding school
picadero {m} [slang]  :: fuckpad; love nest (place for sexual relations)
picadillo {m}  :: minced meat
picadillo {m}  :: salad (made of chopped food)
picado {adj} [colloquial]  :: bitter, pissed
picado {adj} [of a tooth]  :: decayed
picado {adj} [of food, especially meat]  :: minced, ground
picado {adj} [of the sea]  :: choppy
picado {adj}  :: piqued
picado {adj}  :: rotten, spoiled
picado {m} [Argentina]  :: kick around (informal football game)
picado {m} [film]  :: overhead shot
picado {m} [music]  :: staccato note
picador {f}  :: someone who cuts sugar-cane
picador {f}  :: someone who stabs or wounds
picadura {f}  :: a bite, e.g. from a snake or insect
picadura {f}  :: a wound
picaflor {m}  :: hummingbird
picante {adj}  :: (of food) hot and spicy
picante {adj}  :: vulgar, risque
picantería {f} [Peru, Ecuador]  :: A restaurant which specialises in spicy Andean cuisine
picapleitos {m} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: shark lawyer
picaporte {m}  :: doorknob, door handle
picaporte {m}  :: knocker, door knocker
picar {vr} [Mexico]  :: to get addict, fascinated, enraptured
picar {vr}  :: to get angry, to get annoyed, to take offence
picar {vr}  :: to turn sour
picar {v} [slang, Mexico]  :: to sexually penetrate, fuck
picar {v}  :: to bite; to sting; to stab; to wound
picar {v}  :: to chop
picar {v}  :: to itch
picar {v}  :: to pique
picar {v}  :: to rot; to decay; to eat away; to rust
picar {v}  :: to sting or be pungent to the lips or tongue, be spicy or hot
picardía {f}  :: act of mischief, dirty trick
picardía {f}  :: naughtiness, craftiness
picardía {f}  :: rude word, insult
Picardía {prop}  :: Picardy
picardo {adj}  :: Picard
picardo {f}  :: Picard (person)
picardo {prop}  :: Picard (language)
picaresco {adj}  :: picaresque
Picasso {prop}  :: A surname
Picasso {prop}  :: Pablo Picasso, Spanish artist
picazón {m}  :: itch, itching
picazón {m}  :: rash
picha {f} [vulgar]  :: dick (penis)
pichel {m} [El Salvador, Costa Rica]  :: pitcher
pichel {m} [Mexico]  :: water jug
pichel {m} [Spain]  :: stein, small liquid container wider at the bottom than the top, closed by a hinged lid
pichilemino {adj}  :: Pichileminian
Pichilemo {prop}  :: Pichilemu (the Chilean city)
Pichilemu {prop}  :: Pichilemu
Pichilemu {prop}  :: Spanish surname
pichinga {f} [informal, El Salvador]  :: water jug
pichón {m}  :: A young pigeon or dove
pichón {m}  :: guy, fellow, fella
pichoncito {m}  :: diminutive form of pichón
pichula {f} [vulgar, Chile, Peru]  :: penis
picle {m} [Chile]  :: any pickled food
picle {m} [Chile]  :: pickle
picnic {m}  :: picnic (outdoor meal)
picnómetro {m}  :: pycnometer
pico {m}  :: a bit, a little
pico {m}  :: beak (of a bird)
pico {m} [colloquial, Bolivia, Colombia]  :: kiss
pico {m} [colloquial, Chile, Costa Rica]  :: penis
pico {m} [colloquial]  :: trap; gob (mouth)
pico {m}  :: peak, summit
pico {m}  :: pick, pickax(e)
pico {m}  :: sharp point
pico {m} [zoology]  :: crest
pico de gallo {m}  :: A condiment generally made with diced raw onions, tomatoes, chiles, and cilantro
picogordo {m}  :: hawfinch
picogramo {m}  :: picogram
picoroco {m} [Chile, Peru]  :: Edible Southamerican barnacle Austromegabalanus psittacus
picotear {v}  :: to nibble
picotear {v}  :: to peck
picrato {m}  :: picrate
pictograma {m}  :: pictogram
pie {m}  :: foot
piedad {f}  :: piety
piedad {f}  :: pity
Piedad {prop}  :: female given name
pie de atleta {m}  :: athlete's foot
pie de caballo {m}  :: coltsfoot
piedra {f}  :: crack (drug)
piedra {f}  :: stone
piedra angular {f}  :: cornerstone
piedra de luna {f} [mineral]  :: moonstone (gemstone)
piedra de toque {f}  :: touchstone
piedra preciosa {f}  :: gemstone
piel {f}  :: fur
piel {f}  :: skin
piel de gallina {f} [idiomatic]  :: goose bumps; raised skin, usually on the neck or arms caused by cold or fear
piensa mal y acertarás {proverb}  :: Always assume the worst (of someone)
pienso {m}  :: animal feed
pienso {m} [obsolete]  :: thought
pierna {f}  :: leg
pieza {f}  :: piece, part
pieza {f}  :: room
piezómetro {m}  :: piezometer
pifia {f} [colloquial]  :: mistake, fault, error
pifia {f} [colloquial]  :: small flaw, defect
pigidio {m}  :: pygidium
pigmeo {adj}  :: pygmy
pigmeo {m}  :: pygmy
pija {f}  :: feminine form of pijo
pija {f} [vulgar]  :: penis
pijada {n} [colloquial]  :: junk
pijama {m}  :: pyjamas
pijo {adj}  :: posh
pijo {adj}  :: snobby
pijo {f}  :: snob, dandy
pijotero {adj} [colloquial, Spain]  :: annoying
pikachurina {f} [protein]  :: pikachurin
pila {f}  :: pile, mound
pila {f}  :: small battery
piélago {m} [archaic]  :: pond, reservoir
piélago {m} [figuratively]  :: something vast, countless, innumerable
piélago {m} [poetic]  :: the sea
piélago {m}  :: the open sea; pelagic waters
pilar {m}  :: pillar, pier
pilar {m} [rugby]  :: The player who is next to the hooker in a scrum
pilar {v}  :: to pound
Pilar {prop}  :: female given name
pileta {f}  :: basin
pileta {f}  :: pool
pillaje {m}  :: pillage
pillar {v} [colloquial]  :: to catch, catch up to
pillar {v} [colloquial]  :: to catch (someone doing something illegal)
pillar {v} [colloquial]  :: to come down with, catch (an illness)
pillar {v} [colloquial]  :: to get (a joke)
pillar {v}  :: to catch, get
pillar {v}  :: to pilfer, steal
pillar cacho {v} [colloquial]  :: To hook up (with someone)
pillarse un pedo {v} [idiomatic, slang]  :: to get trashed, get wasted
pillería {f}  :: tricking, playing tricks
pillo {adj}  :: cheeky, impudent
pillo {adj}  :: clever
pillo {adj}  :: mean, nasty
pilón {m}  :: A gift given by a vendor to accompany a transaction
pilón {m}  :: basin, sink
pilón {m}  :: pestle
pilón {m}  :: pylon
piloncillo {m}  :: panela
pilotaje {m}  :: piloting
pilotar {v}  :: to pilot
pilotear {v}  :: to pilot
piloto {mf}  :: driver (racing)
piloto {mf}  :: pilot
pil pil {m}  :: alternative form of pil-pil
pil-pil {m}  :: cod in pil-pil sauce
pil-pil {m}  :: pil-pil
piltrafa {f}  :: offal, scrap, junk (object in very bad condition)
piltrafa {f}  :: scrap of meat
piltrafa {f}  :: skinny, feeble person
pimentón {m}  :: A relish made from red sweet peppers
pimentón {m}  :: The pimiento (fruit)
pimentón de la Vera {m}  :: Pimentón de La Vera
pimienta {f}  :: pepper (herb, peppercorns)
pimienta de Cayena {f}  :: cayenne pepper
pimienta de Jamaica {m}  :: allspice
pimienta negra {f}  :: black pepper
pimiento {m}  :: pepper (fruit of the capsicum)
pimiento {m}  :: pepper plant
pimiento morrón {m}  :: bell pepper
pim pam pum {phrase}  :: bish bash bosh
pimpollo {m} [agriculture]  :: a seedling
pimpollo {m}  :: A very handsome, gallant, and graceful boy or young man
pimpollo {m} [botany]  :: a nearly blossomed rose flower
pimpollo {m} [botany]  :: a new stem either soft or wooden
pimpollo {m} [forestry]  :: a pine tree sapling
pimpollo {m} [forestry]  :: a young tree
piñón {m} [mechanics]  :: pinion (small gear or spindle)
piñón {m}  :: pine nut
piñón {m}  :: pine sapling
piñón {m}  :: pinion (outer part of a bird's wing)
pión {m}  :: pion
PIN {acronym}  :: Proyecto de Identificación Nacional
pina {f}  :: border-stone
pinacate {m} [Mexico]  :: pinacate beetle, stink beetle
pinacoteca {f}  :: art gallery, especially one devoted to paintings
pinar {m}  :: pine grove
pincel {m}  :: paintbrush
pincelada {f}  :: brushstroke
pinchar {v} [colloquial]  :: to wind up, pester
pinchar {v} [computation]  :: to click
pinchar {v}  :: to call up by telephone and suspend before a conversation is initiated in order to make receiver call back
pinchar {v}  :: to flirt
pinchar {v}  :: to fuck
pinchar {v}  :: to get flirted
pinchar {v}  :: to puncture, prick, pierce
pinchar {v}  :: to sting
pinchazo {m}  :: eavesdropping
pinchazo {m}  :: prick, sting
pinchazo {m}  :: puncture
pinche {adj} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua, also by a minority in El Salvador]  :: stingy, cheap
pinche {adj} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: damned, goddamned
pinche {m} [Chile]  :: hairpin (fastener for the hair)
pinche {m} [Mexico]  :: A kitchen servant
pinchito {m}  :: diminutive form of pincho
pinchito {m} [slang, vulgar, Spain, ]  :: sexual intercourse
pincho {m}  :: skewer
pincho {m} [slang]  :: a shag (fornication)
pincho {m} [slang]  :: a shank
pinciano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Valladolid
pinciano {f}  :: Someone from Valladolid
pindonga {f} [slang]  :: A woman who spends much of her time outside of home and generally in bad company or in little respected occupations
pindárico {adj}  :: Pindaric
pineal {adj}  :: pineal
pinga {f} [Latin America, slang]  :: prick, cock
pingüe {adj}  :: abundant, copious
pingüe {adj}  :: fat, plump
pingüino {m} [Chile, colloquial]  :: a student
pingüino {m}  :: penguin
pingüino rey {m}  :: king penguin
ping-pong {m}  :: ping pong; table tennis
pinito {m}  :: diminutive form of pino
pinito {m} [usually in plural]  :: first steps (made by an infant)
pino {m}  :: pine
Pinochet {prop}  :: Spanish surname
Pinocho {prop}  :: Pinocchio
pinole {m} [Latin America]  :: pinole
pinta {f}  :: a small spot, dot or stain
pinta {f}  :: look, appearance
pintamonas {m}  :: A novice painter; a painter with poor skills
pintar {v}  :: to paint
pintarrajear {v}  :: to daub
pintarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of pintar, to make up one's face
pintarse {v}  :: to color one's hair
pintarse {v}  :: to put lipstick on oneself
pinteño {adj}  :: Of or from Pinto
pinteño {f}  :: Someone from Pinto
pintiparado {adj} [colloquial]  :: perfectly suitable
pintiparado {adj}  :: identical, a carbon copy
pintón {adj}  :: attractive; handsome (with a connotation of relatively fair skin and wealth)
pintón {adj} [of fruit]  :: ripening
pintón {m}  :: corn borer (Ostrinia)
pinto {adj} [Caribbean]  :: clever, cunning
pinto {adj} [Caribbean]  :: drunk
pinto {adj} [Costa Rica]  :: A meal served for lunch or dinner based on gallo pinto but also with a type of meat and possibly some extras
pinto {adj} [Latin America]  :: spotted, pinto, mottled, blotchy
pintor {f}  :: painter
pintoresco {adj}  :: picturesque, quaint
pintura {f}  :: paint (colorant substance)
pintura {f}  :: painting
pintura rupestre {f}  :: cave painting
pinyin {adj}  :: pinyin
Pinyin {prop}  :: Pinyin
pinza {f}  :: clamp (tool)
pinza {f}  :: claw (pincer of a crustacean)
pinza {f}  :: clothes peg
pinza {f}  :: pincers
pinza {f}  :: tweezers
pinzas {fp}  :: tweezers
pinzón {m}  :: finch (bird)
pinzón real {m}  :: The brambling. A small bird
pinzón vulgar {m}  :: The chaffinch, a small bird
piocha {f} [Chile]  :: badge
piocha {f} [Mexico]  :: goatee
piojento {adj}  :: lousy (infested with lice)
piojento {adj}  :: of or relating to lice
piojo {m}  :: A louse; a kind of parasitic insect; lice
piojoso {adj}  :: lousy (infested with lice)
piola {adj}  :: agreeable, charming, pleasant, having good countenance
piola {adj}  :: a messy ending of old string or wires
piola {adj}  :: awesome, astute, cool, quick witted
piola {adj}  :: firecracker
piola {adj}  :: thin rope
piolín {m} [Latin America]  :: cord, twine
pionero {adj}  :: pioneering
pionero {f}  :: pioneer
pioneta {m}  :: codriver of a truck / lorry
pioneta {m}  :: peonage
Pionyang {n}  :: Pyongyang
piorrea {f} [pathology]  :: pyorrhea, pyorrhoea
pipí {m} [infantile]  :: urine
pipa {adv} [colloquial]  :: very good
pipa {f}  :: barrel
pipa {f}  :: (smoking) pipe
pipa {m} [colloquial]  :: a genius, a smart person
piparra {f}  :: A type of Basque chili pepper
Pipe {prop} [Chile, informal]  :: male given name
Pipe {prop}  :: diminutive form of Felipe
piperazina {f} [organic compound]  :: piperazine
piperrada {f}  :: pipérade
pipeta {f}  :: pipette (small glass tube used for transferring liquid)
pipián {m}  :: a kind of zucchini
pipiolo {m}  :: kid (young person)
pipiolo {m}  :: newbie, noob
pipirigallo {m}  :: sainfoin
pipón {adj} [Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Perú]  :: having a protruding belly
pipón {adj} [Uruguay, Argentina]  :: having the appetite satisfied; stuffed, sated
pipote {m}  :: small barrel
pipote {m} [Venezuela]  :: garbage can
pique {m} [card games]  :: spade
pique {m}  :: downward movement
pique {m}  :: grudge match
pique {m}  :: hit, fix (of drugs)
pique {m}  :: rivalry, needle, loggerheads
piquete {m}  :: injection
piquete {m}  :: prick (in the skin)
piquete {m}  :: shot, jab (with a syringe)
piquete {m} [slang, Mexico]  :: a small or medium amount of a strong alcoholic beverage (usually tequila, rum or brandy) poured in a non-alcoholic beverage, such as punch, coffee, juice, soda beverage, etc
piquete {m}  :: sting (bump in the skin made by an insect)
piquetear {v}  :: to picket
piquete de ejecución {m}  :: firing squad
pira {f}  :: escape, flight
pira {f}  :: pyre
piraña {f}  :: piranha
pirado {adj} [colloquial]  :: crazy
piragüismo {m}  :: canoeing
piragüista {m}  :: canoer, canoeist
piragua {f}  :: pirogue
piragua {f} [Puerto Rico]  :: piragua
piramidal {adj} [anatomy]  :: triquetrum
piramidal {adj}  :: pyramidal (pyramid-shaped)
pirar {vp} [colloquial]  :: to go away
pirata {m}  :: pirate
piratear {v}  :: to pirate copy
piratear {v}  :: to pirate, to hijack
piratería {f}  :: piracy
pirazina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyrazine
pirazol {m} [organic compound]  :: pyrazole
piretrina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyrethrin
piretroide {m} [organic compound]  :: pyrethroid
pirexia {f}  :: pyrexia
pirógeno {m}  :: pyrogen
piricuaco {m}  :: (Nicaragua) (offensive) Sandinista soldier or combatant
piridazina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyridazine
piridina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyridine
pirimetamina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyrimethamine
pirimidina {f} [organic compound]  :: pyrimidine
Pirineos {prop}  :: Pyrenees
pirinola {f} [Latin America]  :: top (child’s spinning toy)
pirita {f}  :: pyrite
pirómano {f}  :: arsonist
pirómano {f}  :: pyromaniac
pirámide {f}  :: pyramid
piro- {prefix}  :: pyro-
pirofosfatasa {f} [enzyme]  :: pyrophosphatase
pirofosfato {f} [inorganic compound]  :: pyrophosphate
piromanía {f}  :: pyromania
piropeador {m}  :: sweet talker
piropear {v}  :: to sweet-talk
piropo {m}  :: a type of red rock; garnet
piropo {m}  :: compliment, flattering comment
pirotécnica {f}  :: feminine form of pirotécnico
pirotécnico {adj}  :: pyrotechnic
pirotécnico {f}  :: pyrotechnist
pirotecnia {f}  :: a factory of such materials
pirotecnia {f}  :: fireworks or other explosive materials
pirotecnia {f}  :: pyrotechnics
pirrol {m} [organic compound]  :: pyrrole
pirrolisina {f} [amino acid]  :: pyrrolysine
pirsin {m}  :: piercing (hole for jewelry, and the jewelry itself)
pirueta {f}  :: pirouette
piruja {f} [vulgar, Mexico]  :: prostitute
piruleta {f}  :: lollipop
piruvato {m} [organic compound]  :: pyruvate
pirúvico {adj}  :: pyruvic
pis {m}  :: pee, wee
pisada {f}  :: footstep, footprint
pisapapeles {m}  :: paperweight
pisar {vi}  :: to step; to walk; to tread
pisar {vt}  :: to walk on (something); to tread on (something)
pisaverde {m} [colloquial]  :: fop, coxcomb, popinjay, dandy
pisca {f}  :: a bit
pisca {f}  :: a soupçon
piscina {f}  :: swimming pool
piscis {adj}  :: Born under the zodiac sign Pisces
Piscis {prop}  :: Pisces (constellation)
pisco {m} [Colombia]  :: turkey (bird)
pisco {m}  :: pisco (see "English" above)
piscolabis {m}  :: snack
piscucha {n} [El Salvador]  :: kite
piso {m} [Chile]  :: carpet
piso {m} [Chile]  :: footstool
piso {m}  :: decker (bus, bed)
piso {m}  :: flat
piso {m}  :: floor
piso {m}  :: story (level of a building)
pisotear {v}  :: to trample
pista {f}  :: (aviation) runway
pista {f}  :: clue
pista {f}  :: track
pistachero {m}  :: pistachio (tree)
pistacho {m}  :: pistachio (nut)
pista de aterrizaje {f}  :: landing strip
pistilo {m} [botany]  :: pistil
pistón {m}  :: piston
pistola {f}  :: pistol; gun
pistola de aire {f}  :: air pistol
pistolero {m}  :: A gunman
pistolero {m}  :: An armed bandit
pita {f}  :: century plant (Agave americana)
pitagorín {m} [colloquial]  :: brainiac, brainbox
pitagórico {adj}  :: Pythagorean
pitahaya {f}  :: dragon fruit
pitar {v} [sports]  :: to referee
pitar {v}  :: to whistle, buzz, beep, honk
Pitágoras {prop}  :: Pythagoras (ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher)
pitido {m}  :: whistle, beep (sound)
pitido final {m}  :: final whistle
pitillo {m} [colloquial]  :: ciggy, fag, cig (cigarette)
pitillo {m} [Colombia, Venezuela]  :: drinking straw
pitón {m}  :: python
pito {m} [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay]  :: tobacco pipe
pito {m}  :: catcall
pito {m} [Central America]  :: coffee bean
pito {m}  :: fife
pito {m} [slang, Latin American Spanish]  :: cigarette, especially marijuana cigarette
pito {m} [slang, Mexico]  :: penis
pito {m}  :: whistle
pito {m}  :: woodpecker
pitonisa {f}  :: diviner, foreteller, fortune teller
pitonisa {f} [historical]  :: Pythia (priestess presiding over the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi)
pitonisa {f}  :: magician
pitufa {f}  :: feminine form of pitufo
pitufo {f} [colloquial]  :: municipal policeman
pitufo {f} [colloquial]  :: small child
pitufo {f}  :: smurf
pituitario {adj}  :: pituitary
pituso {adj}  :: cute
piure {m}  :: Edible tunicate (Pyura chilensis)
pivón {m} [Spain, colloquial]  :: alternative form of pibón
piyama {m}  :: pyjamas
pizarra {f} [education]  :: blackboard, chalkboard
pizarra {f} [geology]  :: shale, slate
pizarra {f} [sports]  :: scoreboard
pizarrín {f} [euphemistic, Mexico]  :: the penis
pizarrón {m} [education]  :: chalkboard, blackboard
pizca {f}  :: a little bit
pizca {f}  :: pinch
pizca {f}  :: whit
pizote {m}  :: white-nosed coati (Nasua narica)
pizpireto {adj}  :: lively, buzzy
pizza {f}  :: pizza
pizzería {f}  :: pizzeria
pizzeria {f}  :: alternative spelling of pizzería
pájaro {m}  :: bird (usually a small bird capable of flying)
pájaro {m} [colloquial, Chile, Guatemala, Mexico, Venezuela]  :: penis
pájaro {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: Person of questionable or shady character, or involved in dubious affairs
pájaro {m} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: homosexual
pájaro carpintero {m}  :: woodpecker
póker {m}  :: poker (card game)
placa {f}  :: badge
placa {f}  :: choppers (artificial teeth)
placa {f} [geology]  :: plate
placa {f}  :: plate
placa {f}  :: shield, sign
placa base {f} [computing]  :: motherboard
placa madre {f} [computing]  :: motherboard
placebo {m}  :: placebo
placenta {f} [anatomy, botany]  :: placenta
placentero {adj}  :: pleasant (giving pleasure; pleasing in manner)
placer {m} [geology, mining]  :: placer
placer {m} [nautical]  :: sandbank
placer {m}  :: pleasure; something done to please
placer {v} [literary]  :: to please (somebody)
placidez {f}  :: calm, placidness
plaga {f}  :: nuisance
plaga {f}  :: plague
plagar {vr} [colloquial]  :: to become full of, become infested
plagar {vt} [colloquial]  :: to fill, infest
plagar {vt}  :: to plague
plagiador {f}  :: plagiarist; one who plagiarizes
plagiar {v}  :: (americanismo) to capture, abduct, kidnap
plagiar {v}  :: to plagiarize
plagiario {adj}  :: of or pertaining to plagiarism
plagiario {f}  :: plagiarist
plagio {m} [Americanism]  :: kidnapping
plagio {m}  :: plagiarism
plaguicida {f}  :: pesticide
plañidera {f}  :: (professional) weeper, mourner, grieve (a woman paid to grieve at a funeral)
plañir {v}  :: to cry and groan
plan {m} [colloquial]  :: mood
plan {m}  :: intention
plan {m}  :: plan
planar {adj}  :: planar (relating to a plane)
planazo {m}  :: Great plan
plancha {f}  :: an iron (for ironing clothes)
plancha {f}  :: bellyflop
plancha {f}  :: embarrassing mistake
plancha {f}  :: grill (for cooking)
plancha {f}  :: ironing
plancha {f}  :: push-up (exercise)
plancha {f}  :: slab
planchado {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: broke
planchado {adj}  :: ironed
planchado {adj} [South America, colloquial]  :: tired, flattened
planchado {m}  :: ironing [laundry to be or that has been ironed]
planchar {v} [Mexico]  :: to talk or chat romantically someone with his/her girlfriend/boyfriend, usually inside home, in porch or in a public place, without apparent sexual proposals
planchar {v}  :: to iron
planchar la oreja {v}  :: to hit the sack
planchas {fp} [pluralonly]  :: push-up
planctónico {adj}  :: planktonic
plancton {m} [biology]  :: plankton
planeado {adj}  :: planned
planeadora {f}  :: speedboat, powerboat
planear {v}  :: to plan
planear {v}  :: to plane, glide (fly unpowered, of a bird or plane)
planeo {m}  :: gliding flight, volplane (unpowered flight, of a bird or plane)
planeta {m}  :: planet
planeta enano {m}  :: dwarf planet
planetario {adj}  :: planetary
planetario {m}  :: planetarium
planetoide {m} [astronomy]  :: asteroid
planetología {f} [astronomy]  :: planetology
planicidad {f}  :: flatness
planificación {f}  :: planification
planificar {v}  :: to plan, arrange beforehand
planilla {f} [Latin America]  :: form
planilla {f}  :: list
planilla {f}  :: payroll
planímetro {m}  :: planimeter (measuring device)
plano {adj}  :: flat
plano {adj}  :: plane, level
plano {m} [cinematography]  :: shot
plano {m} [geometry]  :: plane (flat surface extending infinitely in all directions)
plano {m}  :: level
plano {m}  :: plan (of a building)
plano {m}  :: street plan, map of a city
plano acotado {m}  :: contour map
plano cartesiano {m}  :: Cartesian plane
planta {f} [anatomy]  :: sole
planta {f}  :: floor, level of a high building
planta {f}  :: plant (factory)
planta {f}  :: plant (organism of the kingdom Plantae)
planta {f}  :: sole (bottom of a shoe or boot)
plantación {f}  :: plantation
plantador {f}  :: dibber, dibbler (person)
plantador {f}  :: planter
plantador {m}  :: dibber, dibble (tool)
planta obediente {f}  :: arrowroot
plantar {vr} [card games]  :: to stick (not take any more cards)
plantar {vr}  :: to put oneself, to settle
plantar {vr}  :: to stick to (an idea)
plantar {v}  :: to peck (kiss)
plantar {v}  :: to place, put
plantar {v}  :: to plant, place (an object in the ground)
plantar {v}  :: to plant (put a plant or seeds into the ground)
plantar {v}  :: to smack, whack
plantar {v}  :: to stand up (not go to an agreed arrangement)
plantar un pino {v} [colloquial, idiomatic]  :: to take a dump (defecate)
plantar un pino {v} un|pino
planteamiento {m}  :: planning
plantear {v}  :: to suggest
plantígrado {adj} [zoology]  :: plantigrade
plantígrado {m} [zoology]  :: plantigrade
plantilla {f}  :: template
plantoso {interj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: cool!, alright!
plaqueta {f}  :: platelet
plasma {m} [physics, biology]  :: plasma
plasmar {v}  :: to express, represent, give shape to
plasminógeno {m} [enzyme]  :: plasmin
plasmático {adj}  :: of or relating to plasma, plasmatic
plasta {f} [colloquial]  :: annoying or stupid person
plasta {f} [colloquial]  :: piece of shit
plasta {f}  :: flattened object
plasta {f}  :: lump, soft mass of matter
plasta {f}  :: plasticine, modelling clay
-plastia {suffix}  :: -plasty
plasticidad {f}  :: plasticity
plastificar {v}  :: to plasticise
plastilina {f}  :: plasticine
plasto {m} [biology]  :: plastid
plastocianina {f} [protein]  :: plastocyanin
plastrón {m} [zoology]  :: plastron
plató {m}  :: stage, set (at TV or movies)
plata {f} [Latin America]  :: money
plata {f}  :: silver
plataforma {f}  :: platform
plataforma de hielo flotante {f}  :: ice shelf
platanal {m}  :: piece of land cultivating plantains
plateado {adj}  :: silver-plated
plateado {adj}  :: silver, silvery (colour)
plateado {m}  :: silver (color/colour)
platense {adj}  :: of or from La Plata
platense {m}  :: Someone from La Plata
platería {f}  :: silver shop / store
platicar {v}  :: to chat
platillo {m}  :: saucer
platillo {m}  :: stew
platillo volador {m}  :: flying saucer (disc-shaped unidentified flying object)
platillo volante {m}  :: flying saucer (disc-shaped unidentified flying object)
platina {f} [archaic]  :: platinum
platina {f}  :: stage (of a microscope)
platino {m}  :: platinum
platinoso {adj} [chemistry]  :: platinous
Platón {prop}  :: Plato
platónico {adj}  :: Platonic
platónico {f}  :: Platonist
plato {m}  :: plate, dish
playa {f}  :: beach
playera {f} [Mexico]  :: t-shirt
playero {adj}  :: of the beach
playita {f}  :: diminutive form of playa
playón {m}  :: augmentative form of playa
playo {adj} [Latin America]  :: shallow or flat
playo {m} [Ecuador]  :: pliers
playo {m} [slang, Costa Rica]  :: a homosexual
plaza {f}  :: fortified town
plaza {f}  :: plaza, town square
plaza de toros {f}  :: bullring
plazo {m}  :: installment, payment
plazo {m}  :: period, term (time limit)
plazoleta {f}  :: a small town square
plácido {adj}  :: placid
píldora {f}  :: pill
píldora del día después {f}  :: morning-after pill
pleamar {f}  :: high tide
plebe {f} [historical]  :: plebs
plebe {f}  :: plebeians, common people
plebe {m} [colloquial, Sinaloa, Sonora, Mexico]  :: kid, child
plebeya {f}  :: feminine form of plebeyo
plebeyo {f}  :: commoner
plebeyo {f} [historical]  :: plebeian
plegable {adj}  :: foldable
plegamiento {m}  :: folding
plegar {v}  :: to fold
plegaria {f}  :: intercession (prayer)
plegaria {f}  :: request, asking, prayer
pleitear {v}  :: to take to court
pleito {m} [Latin America]  :: argument
pleito {m} [Latin America]  :: fight
pleito {m}  :: lawsuit
plenamente {adv}  :: fully
plenipotenciario {adj}  :: plenipotentiary
plenipotenciario {f}  :: plenipotentiary
plenitud {f}  :: plenitude
pleno {adj}  :: broad, full
pleno {adj}  :: fulfilling
pleno {adj}  :: plenary
pleonasmo {m}  :: pleonasm
pleonástico {adj}  :: pleonastic
pletórico {adj} [medicine]  :: plethoric
pletórico {adj}  :: plethoric; overabundant
plexiglás {m}  :: plexiglass
pálida {f} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina]  :: pallor, paleness (due to drug abuse or sickness)
pálido {adj}  :: ashen
pálido {adj}  :: pale
pliego {m}  :: document, folder
pliego {m}  :: sheet (of paper)
pliegue {m}  :: A fold or crease
pólipo {m} [medicine, biology]  :: polyp
plisar {v}  :: to pleat
póliza {f}  :: policy (contract of insurance)
plúmbeo {adj}  :: leaden (made of or resembling lead)
plomería {f} [Latin America]  :: plumbing
plomero {m} [Latin American Spanish]  :: plumber
plomo {m}  :: (color) grey
plomo {m}  :: lead
píloro {m} [anatomy]  :: pylorus
plúot {f}  :: pluot
púlpito {m}  :: pulpit (raised platform in church)
pléroma {f} [gnosticism]  :: pleroma
púlsar {m} [astronomy]  :: pulsar
plásmido {m}  :: plasmid
plástico {adj}  :: plastic (constructed of plastic)
plástico {m}  :: plastic (a stiff but usually slightly flexible synthetic material)
plátano {m}  :: banana
plátano {m}  :: plantain (the plant and fruit related to banana, not the Plantago genus)
plátano {m} [Spain]  :: sycamore, plane, a tree belonging to the genus Platanus
plática {f}  :: discussion; chat
plétora {f}  :: plethora (all senses)
pluma {f}  :: feather
pluma {f}  :: pen (for writing)
pluma de indio {f}  :: Any of several species of bromeliad in the genus Vriesia (Bromeliaceae)
pluma de indio {f}  :: The croton, a species of euphorb in the genus Codiaeum (Euphorbiaceae)
plumaje {m}  :: plumage (feathers)
plumero {m}  :: feather duster
plumero {m}  :: pen holder
plumón {m}  :: comforter, duvet
plumón {m}  :: marker
pluot {m}  :: pluot
pluoto {m}  :: pluot
plural {adj}  :: plural, multiple
plural {m} [grammar]  :: plural
pluralidad {f}  :: plurality
pluricelular {adj} [biology]  :: multicellular
plurilingüe {adj}  :: multilingual
pluscuamperfecto {adj}  :: pluperfect
pluscuamperfecto {m}  :: pluperfect tense
plusmarquista {m}  :: record holder
plusvalía {f}  :: capital gain or capital gains
plutón {m} [mineralogy]  :: pluton
Plutón {prop} [mythology]  :: Pluto
Plutón {prop}  :: Pluto (planet)
plutónico {adj} [mineralogy]  :: plutonic
plutocracia {f}  :: plutocracy
plutocrático {adj}  :: plutocratic
plutonio {m}  :: plutonium
pluvioso {adj}  :: pluvious
pluvioso {adj}  :: rainy
pluviselva {f}  :: rainforest
pélvico {adj}  :: pelvic
pólvora {f}  :: gunpowder
p. m. {abbr}  :: p.m.
pómez {f} [attributive]  :: pumex
pámpano {m}  :: shoot of a vine
pómulo {m}  :: cheekbone
páncreas {m}  :: pancreas
Píndaro {prop}  :: Pindar
péndola {f}  :: pendulum
péndola {f}  :: pen, quill
péndulo {m}  :: pendulum
pánico {m}  :: panic
Pánuco {prop}  :: a river in North-Eastern Mexico, which flows out in the Gulf of Mexico, by Tampico
PNV {initialism} [politics]  :: Basque Nationalist Party (Partido Nacionalista Vasco in Spanish)
pío {adj}  :: pious
po {interj} [colloquial, Chile]  :: emphatical
Pío {prop}  :: male given name
población {f}  :: population
población {f}  :: town, village
poblacional {adj} [attributive]  :: population
poblado {adj}  :: having people, populous, populated
poblado {m}  :: settlement (village)
poblador {f}  :: settler, colonist
poblamiento {m}  :: (act of) population
poblano {adj}  :: of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Puebla
poblano {m}  :: poblano (chile pepper)
poblar {v}  :: to populate
pobre {adj}  :: poor
pobrecillo {m}  :: diminutive form of pobre; poor thing
pobrecito {f}  :: diminutive form of pobre; poor thing
pobredad {f} [dated]  :: poverty
pobremente {adv}  :: poorly
pobreza {f}  :: poverty
pobrísimo {adj}  :: superlative form of pobre
pocha {f} [slang]  :: a Mexican American female who speaks poor or broken Spanish, and has become a gringa
pocho {adj} [Spain, of a person]  :: sick
pocho {adj} [Spain, of fruit]  :: rotten
pocho {f} [slang]  :: a Mexican American who speaks poor or broken Spanish, and has become a gringo
pochoclo {m} [Argentina, normally in plural]  :: popcorn
pochote {m} [Mexico]  :: silk-cotton tree
pocilga {f}  :: pigsty
pocillo {m}  :: bowl, dish
pocillo {m} [Latin America]  :: small coffee cup, mug
poción {f}  :: potion
poco {adj}  :: few
poco {adj}  :: little, not much
poco {adj}  :: short (time); not long (ago)
poco {adv}  :: little, not much
poco {m}  :: little
poco a poco {adv}  :: little by little, step by step, gradually
poco hecho {adj}  :: rare (cooked very lightly)
poco o nada {adv} [idiomatic]  :: hardly at all; barely at all
podadera {f}  :: billhook (tool used for pruning)
podar {v}  :: to prune
podenco ibicenco {m}  :: Ibizan Hound
poder {m}  :: authorization
poder {m}  :: power, reign
poder {m}  :: proxy (written certificate of authority to act for another)
poder {vr} [El Salvador, colloquial]  :: to be familiar with something, or with somebody's personality
poder {v}  :: to be able, can
poder con {v}  :: to cope
poder con {v}  :: to manage
poderío {m}  :: power
poderoso {adj}  :: powerful
podiatra {m} [Latin America]  :: podiatrist
podio {m}  :: podium
podóloga {f}  :: female podiatrist
podólogo {f}  :: podiatrist
-podo {suffix}  :: -pod
podredumbre {f}  :: putrefaction
podrido {adj}  :: rotten
poema {m}  :: poem
poemario {m}  :: collection of poems
poesía {f}  :: poetry
poeta {m}  :: A poet
poetisa {f}  :: poetess (female poet)
pogromo {m}  :: pogrom
polaca {f}  :: feminine form of polaco
polaco {adj}  :: Polish (from or native to Poland)
polaco {adj}  :: Polish (pertaining to Poland)
polaco {f}  :: a Catalan (derogatory)
polaco {f}  :: a Pole (person from Poland)
polaco {prop}  :: the Polish language
polaina {f}  :: gaiter, spat
polar {adj}  :: polar
polarización {f}  :: polarization
polarizar {v}  :: to polarize
pole {m} [auto racing]  :: Pole position
polea {f}  :: pulley
polemizar {v}  :: to argue, debate (about a controversial topic)
polen {m}  :: pollen
polenta {f}  :: polenta
poleo {m}  :: pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium)
polera {f}  :: shirt
polígamo {adj}  :: polygamous
polígloto {adj}  :: multilingual (written in multiple languages)
polígloto {adj}  :: polyglot (of a person, able to speak multiple language)
polígloto {f}  :: a polyglot (one who is able to speak multiple language)
polígloto {m}  :: A multilingual Christian Bible
polígono {m}  :: industrial park
polígono {m}  :: polygon
polígono regular {m} [geometry]  :: regular polygon
polígrafo {m}  :: polygraph
poli {f} [colloquial]  :: police
poli {m} [colloquial]  :: cop
poli- {prefix}  :: poly-
poliaceno {m} [organic compound]  :: acene
poliamina {f} [organic chemistry]  :: polyamine
poliandria {f}  :: polyandry
poliandro {adj}  :: polyandrous
poliarquía {f}  :: polyarchy
policía {f}  :: police department, or police force
policía {m}  :: police officer. Normally policeman
policíaco {adj}  :: Of the police or a detective,
policíaco {adj}  :: Related to the police
policía femenino {m}  :: policewoman
policarbonato {m}  :: polycarbonate
policía secreta {f}  :: secret police
policíclico {adj}  :: polycyclic
policiaco {adj}  :: Of the police or a detective
policial {adj}  :: Related to the police
policial {m}  :: police officer
policial {m}  :: whodunit
policlorado {adj}  :: polychlorinated
policloruro {m} [chemistry]  :: polychloride
policromo {adj}  :: varicolored (US), varicoloured (UK)
polideportivo {adj}  :: multisport
polideportivo {m}  :: sports centre, sports center
poliedro {m} [geometry]  :: polyhedron
polietileno {m} [organic chemistry]  :: polyethylene
polifacético {adj}  :: multi-faceted
polifenol {m} [organic chemistry]  :: polyphenol
polifosfato {m} [chemistry]  :: polyphosphate
poligalacturonasa {f} [enzyme]  :: polygalacturonase
poligamia {f}  :: polygamy (all senses)
poliglotismo {m}  :: polyglotism
poligloto {f}  :: alternative form of polígloto
poliinsaturado {adj}  :: polyunsaturated
polilla {f}  :: cause of progressive destruction
polilla {f}  :: moth, grub, woodworm, bookworm
polimerasa {f} [enzyme]  :: polymerase
polimorfismo {m}  :: polymorphism
polimérico {adj}  :: polymeric
polinación {f}  :: alternative form of polinización
polinia {f}  :: polynya
polinización {f}  :: pollination
polinizador {m}  :: pollinator
polinizar {v}  :: to pollinate
polinómico {adj}  :: polynomial
polinomio {m}  :: polynomial
polinomio característico {m} [linear algebra]  :: characteristic polynomial
polinosis {m}  :: hay fever
polinuclear {adj}  :: polynuclear
polinucleótido {m} [biochemistry]  :: polynucleotide
poliol {m} [organic chemistry]  :: polyol
polipéptido {m} [protein]  :: polypeptide
polir {v} [obsolete]  :: to polish
poliárquico {adj}  :: polyarchic
polis {f}  :: polis
polisacárido {m} [carbohydrate]  :: polysaccharide
polisario {adj}  :: of or pertaining to the Frente Polisario
polisemia {f}  :: polysemy
polisintético {adj}  :: polysynthetic
polisílabo {adj} [linguistics]  :: polysyllabic
polisémico {adj}  :: polysemous, polysemic
polisón {m}  :: bustle (frame worn underneath a woman's skirt)
polista {m}  :: polo player
poliéster {m} [chemistry]  :: polyester
politécnico {adj}  :: polytechnic
politerpeno {m} [organic compound]  :: polyterpene
politerpenoide {m} [organic compound]  :: polyterpenoid
politeísmo {m}  :: polytheism
politeísta {adj}  :: polytheistic
politicastro {m}  :: corrupt politician
politicización {f}  :: politicization
politólogo {f}  :: political scientist
politono {m}  :: polytone
politopo {m} [geometry]  :: polytope
polizón {m}  :: bum, tramp
polizón {m}  :: stowaway
polizonte {m} [pejorative]  :: cop
polla {f}  :: A beverage made with milk, eggs, cinnamon, and, in Mexico, with sherry liquor added
polla {f} [slang, vulgar, Spain, ]  :: cock (penis)
polla {f}  :: Young hen, pullet
pollería {f}  :: An establishment or location where poultry is sold
pollerín {f}  :: skirt
pollero {m} [El Salvador]  :: coyote (smuggler of illegal immigrants)
pollerudo {adj}  :: henpecked
pollina {f}  :: feminine form of pollino
pollino {adj} [lb, es, of a person]  :: rude, unsophisticated or ignorant
pollino {f}  :: a rude, unsophisticated or ignorant person
pollino {f}  :: ass, donkey, especially a young and untamed one
pollito {f} [colloquial]  :: young child
pollito {f}  :: young chicken
pollo {m}  :: chicken (meat)
pollo {m} [Chile, slang]  :: unexperienced
polluela {f}  :: feminine form of polluelo
polluelo {f}  :: chick (young bird)
polímata {m}  :: polymath
polímero {m} [chemistry]  :: polymer
polémica {f}  :: controversy, polemic
polémico {adj}  :: controversial, polemic
polo {m} [geography, electricity]  :: pole
polo {m}  :: polo (ball game)
polo {m}  :: polo shirt
polo aquático {m}  :: water polo
polola {f} [Chile]  :: girlfriend
pololear {v} [Chile, colloquial]  ::  : to court, woo
pololear {v} [Chile, colloquial]  ::  : to go steady
pololo {f} [Chile]  :: boyfriend (partner in a romantic relationship)
Polonia {prop}  :: Poland
polonio {m}  :: polonium
polono {adj} [obsolete]  :: Polish (from or native to Poland)
polono {adj} [obsolete]  :: Polish (pertaining to Poland)
polonés {adj}  :: Polish (from or native to Poland)
polonés {adj}  :: Polish (pertaining to Poland)
polonés {m} [music]  :: A piece of music imitative of Polish dances
polo opuesto {m}  :: polar opposite
polo Sur {prop}  :: South Pole
política {f}  :: feminine form of político (female) politician
política {f}  :: policy
política {f}  :: politics
políticamente {adv}  :: politically
político {adj}  :: in-law
político {adj}  :: political
político {f}  :: politician
poltrona {f}  :: armchair
polución {f}  :: pollution (ejaculation)
polvera {f}  :: powder compact
polvo {m}  :: dust
polvo {m}  :: fuck, screw (sexual intercourse)
polvo {m}  :: powder
polvo de hornear {m}  :: baking powder (a dry leavening agent used in baking)
polvoriento {adj}  :: dusty
polvorín {m}  :: gunpowder
polvorín {m}  :: minefield, warzone
polvorín {m}  :: powder keg
polvorón {m}  :: A type of shortbread made of flour, sugar, milk, and nuts popular in Spain and Latin America and other ex-spanish colonies such as the Philippines during Christmas
polvos de talco {m}  :: talcum powder
poma {f} [poetic, literary]  :: fruit
poma {f} [rare]  :: apple
pomada {f}  :: salve, ointment, cream
pomelo {m}  :: grapefruit
pomelo {m}  :: pomelo
pompa {f}  :: boastfulness, ostentation
pompa {f}  :: bubble
pompa {f} [Mexico]  :: buttock
pompa {f}  :: pomp
pompa {f}  :: pump
pompa {f}  :: solemn procession
pompas fúnebres {f}  :: funeral, funeral service
pompis {m}  :: butt
pompo {adj} [Colombia, of a pointed object]  :: blunt, worn down
pomposamente {adv}  :: pompously
ponchar {v}  :: to punch in/out (at work)
ponchar {v}  :: to strike out
ponche {m}  :: punch (drink)
poncho {m}  :: poncho
ponderación {f}  :: praise
ponderación {f}  :: weighting, calculation
ponderador {m}  :: one who ponders
ponderador {m}  :: one who weighs
ponderar {v}  :: to ponder or consider
ponderar {v}  :: to weight
ponencia {f}  :: report, presentation, address
ponente {m}  :: A proposer of a motion
ponente {m}  :: A speaker at a meeting, or congress
poner {v} [electronics]  :: to play
poner {vi}  :: (of a heavenly body) to sink beneath the horizon
poner {vr}  :: to get
poner {vr}  :: to name, to give a nickname
poner {vr}  :: to put on (clothing, shoes)
poner {vt} [Mexico, slang]  :: to contribute; to bring
poner {vtr} [reflexive, or, non-reflexive]  :: to put
poner {vt} [Spain, colloquial]  :: To turn on, make horny
poner {vt}  :: to choose, to designate (for a job, charge or responsibility)
poner {vt}  :: to set
poner a caldo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to tell off, scold
poner alguien en su sitio {v} [idiomatic]  :: to put someone in their place
poner al tanto {v} [idiomatic]  :: to brief, give a rundown
poner a prueba {v} [idiom]  :: to put to the test
poner el acento {v} [idiomatic]  :: to stress, highlight, underline
poner el carro delante de los bueyes {phrase}  :: put the cart before the horse
poner la pelota en juego {v} [idiomatic]  :: get the ball rolling
ponerle el cascabel al gato {v}  :: bell the cat
poner los cuernos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to cheat on, put horns on
ponerse {vr}  :: reflexive form of poner, to put on, as in clothing
ponerse {v}  :: to become (used with adjective)
ponerse {v}  :: to begin doing something
ponerse {v}  :: to set (sun)
ponerse a {v}  :: to begin to
ponerse las pilas {v} [idiomatic]  :: To pull up one's socks; get one's act together
ponerse palote {v} [idiomatic, Spain, colloquial]  :: to go hard (get an erection)
pongo {m}  :: orangutan
poni {m}  :: pony
poniente {adj}  :: setting (sun or star)
poniente {adj}  :: west, western
poniente {m}  :: west
ponja {m} [vesre]  :: Japanese (a person)
pontevedrés {adj}  :: From Pontevedra
pontevedrés {f}  :: Someone from Pontevedra
pontífice {m}  :: pontifex
pontífice {m}  :: pontiff
pontificado {m}  :: papacy
pontificado {m}  :: pontificate
pontificalmente {adv}  :: pontifically
pontificio {adj}  :: papal
pontificio {adj}  :: pontifical
ponzoña {f}  :: poison
ponzoña {f}  :: venom
ponzoñoso {adj}  :: poisonous, venomous, toxic
pop {m} [Uruguay]  :: popcorn
popó {m} [infantile, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: excrement, poo
popó {m} [infantile, Chile]  :: butt
popó {m} [Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia]  :: excrement, poo
popa {f}  :: stern
popero {f}  :: pop music fan
poplíteo {m}  :: popliteal
Popo {prop}  :: A popular nickname for the volcano Popocatépetl in Mexico
Popocatépetl {prop}  :: Popocatépetl
popote {m} [Mexico]  :: drinking straw
popular {adj}  :: popular
popularidad {f}  :: popularity
popularización {f}  :: popularization
popularizar {v}  :: to popularise (UK), to popularize (US)
populista {adj}  :: populist
populista {m}  :: populist
populoso {adj}  :: populous
popurrí {m} [music]  :: medley
popurrí {m}  :: potpourri (collection of various things)
poquito {adj}  :: diminutive
poquito {adj}  :: tiny, very small
poquísimo {adj}  :: superlative form of poco
por {prep}  :: by
por {prep}  :: due to
por {prep}  :: for
por {prep}  :: through
por {prep} [used with directions]  :: over
por añadidura {adv}  :: in addition
por adelantado {adv}  :: in advance
por ahí {adv}  :: that way, over there
por ahora {adv}  :: for now
por antonomasia {adj} [idiom]  :: par excellence
por casualidad {adv}  :: by chance
porcelana {f}  :: porcelain
porcentaje {m}  :: percentage
porche {m}  :: veranda, verandah; stoop; porch
porciento {m}  :: percent
porción {f}  :: part (fraction of a whole)
porción {f}  :: portion
por demás {adv} [idiomatic]  :: by the way, by and by
por demás {adv} [idiomatic]  :: in vain
por demás {adv} [idiomatic]  :: too much, in excess, excessively
por de pronto {adv} [idiom]  :: for now, for the time being
por Dios {interj}  :: for God's sake, by God
por Dios bendito {phrase}  :: good Lord!, good heavens
pordiosear {v}  :: to beg
pordiosera {f}  :: feminine form of pordiosero
pordiosero {f}  :: beggar
por ejemplo {adv}  :: for example; for instance; e.g.
por el amor de Dios {interj}  :: for God's sake
por el interés te quiero Andrés {phrase}  :: I'm only interested in being (romantically) with you because of what you can offer
por ende {conj} [formal]  :: hence, therefore, so
por eso {conj}  :: therefore, that is why
por eso {interj}  :: I mean(t) that
porfa {adv} [informal]  :: please
porfía {f}  :: obstinacy
por favor {interj}  :: please
porfiadamente {adv}  :: obstinately, pertinaciously, contentiously
porfiado {adj}  :: stubborn, obstinate
porfiar {v}  :: to insist, persist
por fin {adv} [idiomatic]  :: finally, at last
porfirina {f} [organic compound]  :: porphyrin
por h o por b {adv} [idiomatic]  :: for one reason or another
por la boca muere el pez {phrase}  :: by its mouth the fish dies, meaning what you say can do you harm
por la cara {adv} [idiomatic]  :: on the sly
por la espalda {adv} [idiomatic]  :: behind someone's back
por las dudas {adv} [idiomatic]  :: just in case
por las nubes {adj} [idiomatic]  :: sky-high, through the roof, at an extortionate price
por lo común {adv} [idiomatic]  :: generally, in general, commonly
por lo demás {adv}  :: otherwise. In all other respects
por lo general {adv} [idiomatic]  :: generally, in general
por lo menos {adv}  :: at least
por lo poco que sé {phrase}  :: for all I know
por lo pronto {adv} [idiom]  :: for now, for the time being
por lo tanto {adv}  :: consequently
por lo tanto {adv}  :: therefore
por lo tanto {adv}  :: thus (in this way or manner)
por lo visto {adv} [idiomatic]  :: apparently, seemingly, from what one can see
pormenor {m}  :: circumstance
pormenorizar {v}  :: to describe in great detail
por menos de nada {adv} [idiomatic]  :: for no reason whatsoever
por menudo {adv}  :: in detail
por menudo {adv}  :: in installments
por más que {conj}  :: however much; however many
por mucho que {conj}  :: alternative form of por más que
Porón {prop}  :: Mount Porón, location of the Spanish village of Benarrabá, province of Málaga in southern Spain
pornógrafo {f}  :: pornographer
porno {adj} [colloquial]  :: pornographic
porno {m} [colloquial]  :: pornography
porno- {prefix}  :: porn-
pornografía {f}  :: pornography
pornográfico {adj}  :: pornographic
por no hablar de {conj} [idiomatic]  :: not to mention
poro {m}  :: pore
porosidad {f}  :: porosity
poroso {adj}  :: porous
poroto {m} [southern Latin America]  :: bean
por otra parte {adv}  :: on the other hand
por otra parte {adv}  :: otherwise. In all other respects
por otro lado {adv}  :: on the other hand
por partes {adv} [idiomatic]  :: step by step
por poco {adv}  :: almost
por qué {adv}  :: For what reason; why
porqué {m}  :: a reason (e.g. the reason why something happens)
porque {conj}  :: because
porquería {f}  :: crap, trash
porquería {f}  :: filth
por qué no te callas {phrase}  :: "Why don’t you shut up already?"
porra {f}  :: club, policeman's night stick
porra {f}  :: thick type of churro
porras {interj}  :: shit
porrazo {n} [colloquial]  :: hit; whack
porrista {m}  :: cheerleader
porro {adj} [colloquial]  :: stupid
porro {m}  :: joint, reefer
porro {m} [plant]  :: leek
por si acaso {adv}  :: just in case
por si las moscas {adv} [colloquial]  :: just in case
por sistema {adv} [idiomatic]  :: systematically
por sí mismo {adv}  :: on one's own
por sí solo {adv}  :: on one's own
por suerte {adv}  :: luckily
por supuesto {adv}  :: certainly (affirmative answer)
por supuesto {adv}  :: for sure
por supuesto {adv}  :: of course
portaaviones {m}  :: aircraft carrier
portabilidad {f}  :: portability (often of computer software)
portada {f}  :: main page (of a website)
portada {f}  :: portal
portador {f}  :: carrier
portadora {f}  :: feminine form of portador
portaequipaje {m}  :: luggage rack
portaequipajes {m}  :: luggage rack
portafolio {m}  :: A portfolio, a case for carrying papers
portafolios {m}  :: a portfolio, a case for carrying papers
portal {m}  :: portal; porch
portaminas {m}  :: mechanical pencil
portamonedas {m}  :: purse, coin purse
por tanto {adv}  :: consequently
por tanto {adv}  :: therefore
por tanto {adv}  :: thus (in this way or manner)
portaobjetos {m}  :: slide (of microscope)
portapapeles {m}  :: clipboard
portar {v}  :: to bear; to carry
portar {v}  :: to behave; to be good
portatrajes {m}  :: suit bag
portaviandas {m}  :: lunch box
portavocía {f}  :: spokesmanship, spokespersonship
portavoz {m}  :: megaphone
portavoz {m}  :: spokesperson
portazo {m}  :: The act of slamming a door
portazo {m}  :: The instance of a door slamming
porte {m}  :: carriage, carrying
portento {m}  :: a sight to behold
portento {m}  :: something wonderful or amazing
portento {m}  :: wonder, marvel
portentosamente {adv}  :: prodigiously
portentoso {adj}  :: prodigious, wonderful, marvelous, portentous
porteño {adj}  :: Native to or inhabiting a port town
porteño {adj}  :: Native to or inhabiting the port town of Buenos Aires
porteño {f}  :: A person native to or inhabiting the port town of Buenos Aires
portería {f}  :: lobby of a hotel
portería {f}  :: reception desk
portería {f} [sports]  :: goal (structure)
portero {f}  :: gatekeeper
portero {f}  :: porter
portero {f} [sports]  :: goalkeeper
portezuela {f}  :: car door
portón {m}  :: large door
portón {m}  :: portal
portátil {adj}  :: portable
portátil {m}  :: notebook, laptop (computer)
portuense {adj}  :: from or pertaining to a port city
Portugal {prop}  :: Portugal
portugués {adj}  :: Portuguese (from or native to Portugal)
portugués {adj}  :: Portuguese (pertaining to Portugal)
portugués {prop}  :: Portuguese (language)
por un lado {adv}  :: on the one hand
por un pelo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: by the skin of one's teeth
por un tubo {adv} [colloquial]  :: in waves (in a large quantity)
porvenir {m}  :: future, prospects, potential
pos- {prefix}  :: after-; post-
pos {prep} [archaic]  :: after, behind
posada {f} [antiquated]  :: hotel
posar {v}  :: to pose
posavasos {m} [cup-surface barrier]  :: coaster (used to prevent drinking vessels from leaving marks on a table)
posdata {m}  :: post scriptum
poseído {adj}  :: possessed (controlled by evil spirits)
poseedor {adj}  :: owning
poseedor {f}  :: owner
poseer {v} [figuratively, educated]  :: to sexually penetrate
poseer {v}  :: to possess, to own, to hold, to have
Poseidón {prop}  :: Poseidon
posesión {f}  :: possession
posesivo {adj}  :: possessive
posesor {f}  :: possessor
posguerra {f}  :: post-war period
posibilidad {f}  :: possibility
posibilitar {v}  :: to make possible
posible {adj}  :: possible
posiblemente {adv}  :: possibly
posición {f}  :: position
posicionamiento {m}  :: positioning
posicionar {v}  :: to position
positivamente {adv}  :: positively
positivo {adj}  :: positive
positrón {m}  :: positron
positrónico {adj}  :: positronic
positronio {m}  :: positronium
posmodernismo {m}  :: postmodernism
poso {m}  :: dregs, grounds (sediments of a drink)
posponer {v}  :: to postpone
post- {prefix}  :: post-
posta {interj}  :: really, truth
postal {adj}  :: postal
postal {f}  :: postcard
postcoital {adj}  :: postcoital
poste {m}  :: post (of wood)
postergar {vt}  :: to postpone
posteridad {f}  :: posterity
posterior {adj}  :: posterior, later
posterioridad {f}  :: posteriority
posteriormente {adv}  :: afterwards, later
postestructuralismo {m} [philosophy]  :: poststructuralism
postilla {f}  :: postil, marginal note
postilla {f}  :: scab
postilloso {adj}  :: scabbed
postimpresionismo {m} [arts]  :: postimpressionism
postizo {adj}  :: false, artificial
postizo {m}  :: switch (whip)
post mórtem {adj}  :: post mortem
postor {f}  :: bidder
postración {f}  :: depression
postración {f}  :: prostration
postrado {adj}  :: prostrate (lying flat)
postrar {v} [pronomial]  :: to prostrate oneself, to kneel, to one's kness (in obedience, to beg etc.)
postrar {v}  :: to debilitate
postrar {v}  :: to prostrate, lie prostrate, to strew in front of, to lay low, to make fallen
postre {m}  :: dessert; sweet
postreramente {adv}  :: ultimately, lastly
postrero {adj}  :: last; final
postulante {f}  :: candidate
postular {v}  :: to apply, for example to a job. Se postuló para un trabajo - He applied for a job
postular {v}  :: to nominate
postular {v}  :: to postulate
postura {f}  :: position
postura {f}  :: posture, attitude
posventa {adj}  :: after-sales
potabilización {f}  :: purification (often, of water)
potabilizar {v}  :: to make something drinkable
potable {adj}  :: potable
potaje {m}  :: a broth or beverage containing a mélange of ingredients
potaje {m}  :: broth, stew
potaje {m}  :: farrago, mishmash (a confused mixture of things)
potaje {m} [in the plural]  :: dry legumes
potarro {m}  :: European flying squid (Todarodes sagittatus)
potasio {m}  :: potassium
pote {m}  :: pot
pote {m}  :: stew
potencia {f}  :: powerlifting
potencia {f}  :: power, potency
potencial {adj}  :: potential
potencial {m}  :: conditional tense
potencial {m}  :: potential
potencialidad {f}  :: potentiality
potencialidad {f}  :: virtuality
potencialmente {adv}  :: potentially
potenciar {v}  :: to promote
potente {adj}  :: powerful
potentemente {adv}  :: potently
potentemente {adv}  :: powerfully
potentisimo {adj}  :: most powerful
potestad {f}  :: power (authority to carry out something)
poéticamente {adv}  :: poetically
poético {adj}  :: poetic
Potiphar {prop}  :: Potiphar
poto {m} [Chile, Guatemala]  :: butt
poto {m} [Chile, Guatemala]  :: buttocks
potosino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí
potra {f}  :: (young) mare
potrada {f}  :: group (of colts)
potrero {m}  :: enclosed pasture that is (overgrazed) common land
potrero {m}  :: long mesa on the flank of a mountain
potrero {m}  :: ranch or open range where horses are raised
potrero {m}  :: wrangler (of horses)
potro {m} [Argentina, colloquial]  :: stud (attractive, muscular man)
potro {m} [mammals]  :: colt
potro {m} [mammals]  :: (young) stallion
potro {m} [sports]  :: vault, vaulting horse
potro {m} [torture]  :: rack
potásico {adj}  :: potassium
POUM {initialism} [politics]  :: Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista. An anti-Stalinist, revolutionary, communist party formed in Spain in 1935, which was active during the Spanish Civil War
poyo {m}  :: A bench of stone or other material that is attached to a door
pozas de marea {f}  :: tidepools
pozo {m}  :: well; hole in the ground as a source of water or other fluids
pozo atesiano {m}  :: artesian well
pozo escalonado {m}  :: stepwell
pozole {m} [Honduras]  :: A drink made from purple maize and sugar
pozole {m} [Mexico]  :: pozole
pozo termal {m} [usually plural]  :: hot spring; thermal spring
PP {prop}  :: initialism of es
PPP {initialism}  :: Partido Popular Progresista
PPSOE {initialism}  :: Contraction from PSOE (Partido Socialista Obrero Español) and PP (Partido Popular) often used by critics to denote their similar positions
péptido {m}  :: peptide
póquer {m}  :: poker (card game)
practicante {m}  :: practiser
practicar {vit}  :: to exercise
practicar {vt}  :: to practice
pradera {f}  :: pasture
prado {m}  :: meadow
Praga {prop}  :: Prague (capital of the Czech Republic)
pragmática {f} [legal, obsolete]  :: A law emanating from a competent Spanish authority, but technically differing from a royal decree or command in the formalities of its publication
pragmático {adj}  :: pragmatic
páramo {m}  :: wasteland, badlands
praseodimio {m}  :: praseodymium
prócer {m}  :: national or cultural hero
práctica {f}  :: practice
prácticamente {adv}  :: practically
práctico {adj}  :: practical
pérdida {f}  :: leak
pérdida {f}  :: loss
pródigo {adj}  :: lavish, prodigal
pre- {prefix}  :: pre-
preñado {adj}  :: pregnant
preanalítico {adj}  :: preanalytical
preñar {vt}  :: make pregnant
preaval {m}  :: commitment of guarantee
prebélico {adj}  :: antebellum
preboste {m}  :: provost
precalentar {v}  :: to preheat
precampaña {f}  :: pre-election campaign
precariedad {f}  :: precariousness
precario {adj}  :: poor
precario {adj}  :: precarious, uncertain
precaución {f}  :: precaution
precautorio {adj}  :: precautionary
precaver {v}  :: to prevent
precavidamente {adv}  :: cautiously
precedente {adj}  :: previous, preceding, foregoing
precedente {m}  :: precedent
preceder {v}  :: to precede
preceptivo {adj}  :: obligatory, mandatory
precepto {m}  :: precept
precerámico {adj}  :: preceramic
preciado {adj}  :: precious
preciado {adj}  :: valuable
preciar {v}  :: alternative form of apreciar
preciar {vr}  :: to pride oneself (on)
preciarse {v}  :: to have self-pride; to value oneself
precinto {m}  :: precinct
precio {m}  :: price
precio {m}  :: worth; cost
preciosidad {f}  :: loveliness, gorgeousness; beauty
preciosidad {f}  :: preciosity
preciosidad {f}  :: preciousness, prettiness
preciosismo {m} [pejorative]  :: exaggeratedly dressed up
preciosismo {m}  :: préciosité (French writing style)
preciosista {m}  :: writer pertaining to the French style called préciosité
precioso {adj}  :: cute
precioso {adj}  :: gorgeous
precioso {adj}  :: precious
preciosura {f}  :: preciosity
preciosura {f}  :: preciousness, prettiness
precipicio {m}  :: abyss
precipicio {m}  :: precipice
precipitación {f}  :: precipitation (weather)
precipitado {adj}  :: rash, precipitate (hasty, not careful or considered)
precipitar {v}  :: to precipitate
precisamente {adv}  :: precisely
precisar {v}  :: to need
precisar {v}  :: to state or specify
precisión {f}  :: precision
preciso {adj}  :: necessary
preciso {adj}  :: precise
precocinar {v}  :: to precook
precolombino {adj}  :: pre-Columbian
preconcebido {adj}  :: preconceived
precordillera {f}  :: foothills
precoz {adj}  :: early
precoz {adj}  :: precocious
precuela {f}  :: prequel
precursor {adj}  :: precursory, preceding
precursor {f}  :: precursor
predador {m}  :: predator (any animal or other organism that hunts and kills other organisms)
predecesor {f}  :: predecessor
predecesora {f}  :: (female) predecessor
predecible {adj}  :: predictable
predecir {v}  :: to predict
predela {f} [arts]  :: predella
predestinar {v}  :: to predestine
predeterminado {adj}  :: predetermined
predeterminar {v}  :: to predetermine
predicado {m} [grammar]  :: predicate
predicado {m} [logic]  :: predicate
predicador {adj}  :: preaching
predicador {f}  :: preacher
predicar {v}  :: to preach
predicción {f}  :: prediction
predilección {f}  :: predilection
predilecto {adj}  :: favorite, preferred
predio {m}  :: plot of land
predisponer {v}  :: to predispose
predisponer {v}  :: to prejudice
predisposición {f}  :: predisposition
predominar {v}  :: to predominate
predominio {m}  :: ascendancy; predominance
preeminencia {f}  :: pre-eminence
preescolar {adj}  :: preschool
prefabricación {f}  :: prefabrication
prefacio {m}  :: preface
prefecto {m}  :: prefect
preferencia {f}  :: bias
preferencia {f}  :: preference
preferible {adj}  :: preferable
preferiblemente {adv}  :: preferably
preferido {adj}  :: favorite
preferir {v}  :: to prefer
prefijación {f}  :: prefixation
prefijo {adj}  :: [of an affix] prefixed
prefijo {m}  :: area code
prefijo {m}  :: prefix
pregabalina {f} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: pregabalin
pregón {m}  :: proclamation
pregonar {v}  :: to proclaim
pregonero {adj}  :: divulging
pregonero {adj}  :: proclaiming
pregonero {m}  :: auctioneer
pregonero {m}  :: town crier
pregrabado {adj}  :: prerecorded
pregunta {f}  :: question
preguntar {v}  :: to ask
pregunta retórica {f}  :: rhetorical question
preguntarse {v}  :: to wonder; to ask oneself
preguntita {f}  :: diminutive form of pregunta
prehistoria {f}  :: prehistory
prehistórico {adj}  :: prehistoric
preincaico {adj}  :: pre-Incan
preinkaico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of preincaico
prejuicio {m}  :: prejudice
preliminar {adj}  :: preliminary
prelitoral {m}  :: coast, coastal area
preludio {m}  :: introduction
preludio {m} [music]  :: prelude
prematuramente {adv}  :: prematurely
prematuro {adj}  :: premature, early
premeditar {v}  :: to plan
premenopáusico {adj}  :: premenopausal
premiar {v}  :: to award (give a prize)
premier {m}  :: premier (head of government)
premio {m}  :: premium
premio {m}  :: prize
Premio Nobel {m}  :: Nobel Prize
premonición {f}  :: premonition
premonitor {m}  :: foreshock
premonitor {m}  :: premonition, forewarning
premática {f} [legal, obsolete]  :: A law emanating from a competent Spanish authority, but technically differing from a royal decree or command in the formalities of its publication
prenatal {adj}  :: prenatal
prenda {f} [finance]  :: collateral, security
prenda {f}  :: garment (single item of clothing)
prenda {f} [Venezuela]  :: jewel
prendar {v}  :: to charm
prendedor {m}  :: barrette
prendedor {m}  :: button (a badge worn on clothes)
prender {v}  :: to catch, to arrest
prender {v}  :: to light, to ignite
prender {v}  :: to turn on (light, machine etc.)
prender fuego {v}  :: to set fire
prenombre {m}  :: praenomen
prensa {f}  :: press (machine or exercise)
prensa {f}  :: press (print-based media)
prensa amarilla {f}  :: the gutter press
prensapapas {m}  :: potato press
prensar {v}  :: to press
prensil {adj}  :: prehensile
preocupación {f}  :: preoccupation
preocupación {f}  :: worry
preocupado {adj}  :: worried, concerned
preocupante {adj}  :: worrying
preocupar {v}  :: to, worry, concern
preocuparse {v}  :: to worry or get worried
preparación {f}  :: preparation
preparado {adj}  :: prepared
preparado {adj}  :: qualified, well-qualified
preparado {m}  :: preparation
preparador {f}  :: preparer, one who prepares
preparar {v}  :: to prepare
prepararse {vr}  :: reflexive form of preparar, to prepare oneself
preparativo {adj}  :: preparative, preparatory
preparativos {mp}  :: preparations, arrangements
preparatoriamente {adv}  :: preparatorily
preparatorio {adj}  :: preparatory, introductory
preponderancia {f}  :: preponderance
preposición {f}  :: preposition
prepotente {adj}  :: overbearing, arrogant
prepucio {m} [anatomy]  :: prepuce, foreskin
prerramirense {adj}  :: Before the reign of King Ramiro I of Asturias
prerrogativa {f}  :: prerogative
prerrománico {adj}  :: pre-Romanesque
pres {m}  :: press (exercise)
presa {f}  :: capture
presa {f}  :: feminine form of preso, female prisoner
presa {f}  :: piece of meat
presa {f}  :: portion or piece of food
presa {f}  :: prey
presa {f}  :: reservoir dam
presa {f}  :: sluice (artificial passage of water)
presa {f}  :: stolen good
presa {f}  :: weir
presa de hielo {f}  :: ice dam
presagiar {v}  :: to presage
presagio {m}  :: premonition sign
presbiacusia {f} [pathology]  :: presbycusis
presbicia {f} [medicine]  :: presbyopia
presbiterado {m}  :: presbyterate
presbiteral {adj}  :: presbyteral
presbítero {m}  :: presbyter
prescindible {adj}  :: expendable; dispensable
prescindir {v}  :: to do without
prescribir {v}  :: to prescribe
prescripción {f}  :: prescription
presencia {f}  :: appearance, look
presencia {f}  :: presence
presencial {adj}  :: attendance-based (course)
presencial {adj}  :: witnessing
presencialmente {adv}  :: presentially
presenciar {v}  :: to witness
presentable {adj}  :: presentable
presentación {f}  :: presentation
presentado {adj}  :: presented
presentador {f}  :: host, hostess, master of ceremonies (for a performance etc.)
presentador {f}  :: presenter
presentadora {f}  :: (Female) presenter
presentar {v}  :: to present, submit
presente {adj}  :: present
presente {adj}  :: this (formal)
presente {m} [grammar]  ::  : present
presente {m}  :: present
presente de subjuntivo {m} [grammar]  :: present subjunctive
presentimiento {m}  :: premonition
presentimiento {m}  :: presentiment
presentir {v}  :: to have a feeling, have an idea
preservación {f}  :: preservation
preservado {adj}  :: preserved
preservar {v}  :: to preserve
preservativamente {adv}  :: preservatively
preservativo {adj}  :: preservative
preservativo {m}  :: condom
preservativo {m}  :: preservative
presidencia {f}  :: presidency
presidencial {adj}  :: presidential
presidenta {f}  :: (female) president
presidente {f}  :: President
presidiario {m}  :: convict
presidir {v}  :: to preside
presión {f}  :: pressure
presión atmosférica {f}  :: atmospheric pressure
presionar {v}  :: to pressure
presionar {v}  :: to push, press
presionar {v}  :: to urge
preso {adj}  :: imprisoned
preso {f}  :: prisoner
prestación {f} [finance]  :: loan, lending
prestación {f}  :: performance
prestación {f}  :: perk, benefit
prestación {f}  :: service
prestado {adj}  :: lent
prestador {m}  :: lender
prestamista {m}  :: moneylender
prestancia {f}  :: excellence, distinction, superiority
prestar {vt}  :: to give, pay (e.g., attention)
prestar {vt}  :: to lend
presteza {f}  :: alacrity; promptness
prestidigitación {f}  :: prestidigitation
prestidigitador {f}  :: prestidigitator
prestidigitadora {f}  :: feminine form of prestidigitador
prestigio {m}  :: prestige
prestigioso {adj}  :: prestigious, distinguished, famous, eminent
presto {adj}  :: quick, swift, prompt
presto {adj}  :: ready, prepared
presto {adv}  :: immediately, promptly
presto {adv} [music]  :: presto
presto {adv}  :: right away, at once
presumible {adj}  :: presumable
presumiblemente {adv}  :: presumably
presumido {adj}  :: arrogant, conceited
presumir {v}  :: to boast, show off
presumir {v}  :: to presume
presunción {f}  :: conceit, presumptuousness, vanity
presunción {f}  :: presumption
presunción {f}  :: suspicion
presuntamente {adv}  :: presumably
presunto {adj}  :: presumed
presuponer {v}  :: to budget
presuponer {v}  :: to presuppose
presupuestar {v}  :: to budget
presupuestario {adj}  :: budgetary
presupuesto {adj}  :: estimated
presupuesto {m}  :: budget
presupuesto {m}  :: estimate
presupuesto {m}  :: reason, motive
presura {f}  :: persistence
presura {f}  :: speed
presura {f}  :: worry
presura {f}  :: zeal, enthusiasm
presuroso {adj}  :: hurried, hasty
pretemporada {f}  :: preseason
pretender {v}  :: to intend
pretender {v}  :: to pretend
pretender {v}  :: to woo, to court
pretendiente {adj}  :: aspiring
pretendiente {m}  :: applicant
pretendiente {m}  :: suitor, wooer
pretensión {f}  :: claim
pretermitir {v}  :: to pretermit
preternaturalmente {adv}  :: preternaturally
pretextar {v}  :: to give as a pretext
pretexto {m}  :: pretext
pretérito {adj} [grammar]  :: Of the preterite verb tense
pretérito {adj}  :: Of things that have passed or occurred ongoing at some point in the past
pretérito {m} [grammar]  :: The preterite tense
pretérito anterior {m} [grammar]  :: past anterior tense
pretérito imperfecto {m} [grammar]  :: past imperfect tense
pretérito indefinido {m} [grammar]  :: indefinite preterite tense (simple past)
pretérito perfecto {m} [grammar]  :: present perfect tense
pretérito pluscuamperfecto {m} [grammar]  :: pluperfect tense
preuniversitario {adj}  :: pre-university
prevalecer {v}  :: to prevail
prevención {f}  :: prevention
prevenir {v}  :: to prevent
preventivamente {adv}  :: preventively, preemptively
preventivo {adj}  :: preventive, preemptive
prever {v}  :: to foresee
previamente {adv}  :: previously
previo {adj}  :: previous
previsibilidad {f}  :: predictability
previsible {adj}  :: predictable; falling within normal expectations
previsiblemente {adv}  :: provisionally
previsión {f}  :: precaution
previsión {f}  :: prevision
previsto {adj}  :: expected, predicted
Pérez {prop}  :: Spanish surname
pérfido {adj}  :: perfidious
prófugo {m}  :: a draft dodger
prófugo {m}  :: a fugitive
pérgola {f}  :: pergola, arbor
PRI {initialism}  :: Partido Revolucionario Institucional
priapismo {m} [medicine]  :: priapism
Priene {prop}  :: Priene
prieta {f}  :: blood sausage
prieto {adj}  :: dark, swarthy. Used to describe both people and landscapes
prima {f}  :: bonus
prima {f}  :: feminine form of primo (female) cousin
primar {v}  :: to give priority
primar {v}  :: to predominate
primario {adj}  :: first
primario {adj}  :: primary, main
primario {adj}  :: primordial
primasa {f} [enzyme]  :: primase
primavera {f}  :: spring, the season
primaveral {adj}  :: spring (attributive)
primera {f}  :: first class
primera {f}  :: lowest gear in an motor vehicle
Primera Guerra Mundial {prop}  :: First World War; World War I
primeramente {adv}  :: firstly
primera posición {f} [auto racing]  :: pole position
primerizo {f}  :: first timer, newbie
primero {adj}  :: chief; fundamental
primero {adj}  :: first
primero {adj}  :: prime
primero {adv}  :: first
primero {m}  :: One of the five bids in the card game of Primero, consisting of a combination of four cards in the hand
primer plano {m} [photography]  :: foreground
primerísimo plano {m} [photography]  :: close-up
primicia {f}  :: scoop (news reported before anyone else)
primigenio {adj}  :: primitive, original
primitiva {f}  :: feminine form of primitivo
primitiva {f} [Spain]  :: The Lotería Primitiva de España, a bi-weekly national lottery
primitivismo {m}  :: primitivism
primitivo {adj}  :: original, initial, basic
primitivo {adj}  :: primitive
primitivo {f}  :: Primitive man
primo {adj}  :: first
primo {adj} [mathematics]  :: prime
primo {f}  :: male cousin
primo {m} [colloquial]  :: sucker, gullible person
primo {m} [mathematics]  :: prime number
primogénito {adj}  :: firstborn
primogénito {f}  :: firstborn
primordial {adj}  :: primordial
primoroso {adj}  :: prime, excellent, ace (First in excellence, quality, or value)
princesa {f}  :: princess
principado {m}  :: principality
principal {adj}  :: essential
principal {adj}  :: main, most important
principal {m}  :: chief, boss
principalmente {adv}  :: mainly
principalmente {adv}  :: principally
principiante {m}  :: novice (beginner)
principiar {v}  :: to begin
principio {m}  :: beginning, start
principio {m}  :: cause, origin
principio {m}  :: principle
principio activo {m}  :: active ingredient
pringá {f}  :: pringá
pringado {adj}  :: dirty, filthy
pringado {adj}  :: involved
pringado {adj}  :: stuck with
pringado {f}  :: wretch, victim (unfortunate person)
pringao {adj}  :: eye dialect of pringado
pringao {m}  :: eye dialect of pringado
prion {m}  :: prion
priorato {m}  :: priorate
priorato {m}  :: priory
prioridad {f}  :: priority
prioridad {f} [road transport]  :: right of way
prioritario {adj}  :: priority
priorizar {v}  :: to prioritize (give something high priority)
prisa {f}  :: hurry, rush, urgency
prisión {f}  :: prison
prisionera {f}  :: (female) prisoner
prisionero {f}  :: prisoner
prisionero de guerra {f}  :: prisoner of war
prisma {m} [geometry]  :: prism
prismatoide {m} [geometry]  :: prismatoid
prismático {adj}  :: prismatic
privacidad {f}  :: privacy
privación {f} [also in the plural]  :: deprivation, privation, hardship
privado {adj}  :: private
privar {vi} [colloquial]  :: to enjoy immensely (gustar-like)
privar {vi}  :: to be in vogue
privar {vr} [Latin America]  :: to pass out, fall unconscious
privar {vt}  :: to deprive
privar {vt}  :: to prohibit
privar {vt}  :: to refrain from doing something
privativamente {adv}  :: solely, privatively
privatizar {v}  :: to privatize
privilegiado {adj}  :: privileged
privilegiar {v}  :: to favor
privilegio {m}  :: privilege
prójima {f} [colloquial]  :: slut
prójima {f}  :: neighbor
prójimo {f}  :: neighbour (a person living on adjacent or nearby land)
prólogo {m}  :: prelude
prólogo {m}  :: prologue
príncipe {adj}  :: first edition
príncipe {m}  :: prince
príncipe {m}  :: sovereign, ruler
príncipe azul {m} [idiomatic]  :: Prince Charming
príncipe de las tinieblas {m}  :: Prince of Darkness
pro {prep}  :: pro, in favor of, for
proa {f}  :: bow, prow (front of a boat or ship)
probabilidad {f}  :: chance
probabilidad {f}  :: likelihood
probabilidad {f}  :: probability
probable {adj}  :: probable, likely
probable {adj}  :: provable
probablemente {adv}  :: probably
probado {adj}  :: proven, tried
probador {f}  :: tester
probador {m}  :: fitting room
probadura {f}  :: tasting, sampling
probadura {f}  :: trial
probanza {f}  :: proof, evidence
probar {vr}  :: (with clothes and similar) to see if it fits; to try on
probar {v}  :: to prove
probar {v}  :: to taste
probar {v}  :: to try
probarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of probar, to try on (clothing)
probar suerte {v} [idiomatic]  :: to try one's luck, have a go
probeta {f}  :: test tube
problema {m}  :: problem
problemilla {m}  :: A small problem
problemita {m}  :: diminutive form of problema, a small problem
problemática {f}  :: Group of problems of a certain science or topic. (Example: la problemática de las relaciones- the problems within relationships.)
problemático {adj}  :: problematic, troublesome
procaz {adj}  :: bold
procaz {adj}  :: shameless
procedente {adj}  :: arriving, coming
proceder {v}  :: to proceed
proceder {v} [with preposition de]  :: to come from
procedimiento {m}  :: method
procedimiento {m}  :: procedure
procedimiento {m}  :: proceedings
procesado {adj} [legal]  :: accused
procesado {adj}  :: processed (of products, food, modified through manufacture)
procesador {m}  :: processor
procesal {adj}  :: procedural
procesamiento {m}  :: processing
procesar {v}  :: to process
procesar {v}  :: to prosecute
procesión {f}  :: procession (act of progressing or proceeding)
procesión {f}  :: procession (group of people or things moving along in an orderly manner, especially religeous)
proceso {m} [legal]  :: lawsuit
proceso {m} [legal]  :: trial
proceso {m}  :: process
procesor {m}  :: processor
procio {m} [isotopes]  :: protium
proclamación {f}  :: proclamation
proclamar {v}  :: to proclaim
proclive {adj}  :: inclined, prone
procompetitivo {adj}  :: procompetitive
procrastinación {f}  :: procrastination
procrastinar {v}  :: to procrastinate
procreación {f}  :: procreation
procrear {v}  :: to procreate
proctólogo {f}  :: proctologist
proctología {f}  :: proctology
procurador {f}  :: procurator, attorney, agent
procuraduría {f}  :: procuratorship
procurar {v} [catenative]  :: to try, attempt
procurar {v}  :: to obtain, acquire
procurar {v}  :: to work as a procurator [attorney or agent]
procurarse {v}  :: to secure
prodigio {m}  :: A prodigy; an especially gifted or talented person
prodigiosamente {adv}  :: prodigiously
producción {f}  :: production
producido {adj}  :: produced
producir {v}  :: to produce
productividad {f}  :: productivity
productivo {adj}  :: fruitful, productive
producto {m}  :: product
productor {f}  :: producer
proetarra {adj}  :: ETA-friendly
proeuropeo {adj}  :: pro-European, Europhilic
proeza {f}  :: prowess (bravery or courage, especially in battle)
profanación {f}  :: profanation
profanar {v}  :: to profane
profe {mf} [colloquial]  :: short form of profesor, teacher
profecía {f}  :: foresight
profecía {f}  :: prophecy
PROFECO {acronym}  :: Procuraduría Federal del Consumidor, a Mexican government consumer protection organisation
proferir {vt} [dated]  :: to proffer, propose
proferir {vt}  :: to utter, let out (especially an insult, curse, sigh or exclamation)
profesar {v}  :: to profess
profesión {f}  :: calling
profesión {f}  :: profession
profesión más antigua del mundo {f} [euphemistic, idiom]  :: the world's oldest profession
profesional {adj}  :: professional
profesional {m}  :: professional
profesionalidad {f}  :: professionalism
profesionalismo {m}  :: professionalism
profesionalizar {v}  :: to professionalize
profesionalmente {adv}  :: professionally
profesor {f}  :: teacher
profesora {f}  :: feminine form of profesor, (female) teacher
profeta {m}  :: prophet
profetisa {f}  :: prophetess
profetizar {v}  :: to prophesy
profibrinolisina {f} [organic compound]  :: plasmin
profiláctico {adj}  :: prophylactic
profiláctico {m}  :: condom
profiláctico {m}  :: prophylactic
proféticamente {adv}  :: prophetically
profético {adj}  :: prophetic
profundamente {adv}  :: profoundly, deeply
profundidad {f}  :: depth
profundizar {v}  :: to deepen
profundo {adj}  :: deep
profundo {adj}  :: profound
profusión {f}  :: profusion, abundance
progenie {f}  :: descent, lineage
progenitor {f}  :: progenitor
progesterona {f} [steroid hormone]  :: progesterone
programa {m}  :: programme, program
programación {f}  :: programme, guide, schedule (TV, radio etc.)
programación {f}  :: programming, setting (action)
programación orientada a objetos {f} [programming]  :: object-oriented programming
programa de telerrealidad {m}  :: reality show
programador {f}  :: programmer
programar {v}  :: to program
programar {v}  :: to schedule
progresar {v}  :: to progress
progresión {f}  :: progression
progresista {adj} [politics]  :: liberal, progressive
progresista {m} [politics]  :: liberal (person)
progresivamente {adv}  :: progressively
progresivo {adj}  :: progressive
progreso {m}  :: progress
prohibición {f}  :: prohibition
prohibido {adj}  :: forbidden
prohibir {vt}  :: to forbid, to prohibit, to enjoin
prohijar {vt}  :: to adopt
prolactina {f} [hormone]  :: prolactin
prolapso {m}  :: descent
prolapso {m}  :: prolapsus
prolegómeno {m}  :: prologue
proletaria {f}  :: proletarian; feminine form of proletario
proletariado {m}  :: proletariat
proletario {adj}  :: proletarian
proletario {f}  :: proletarian
prolífico {adj}  :: prolific
proliferación {f}  :: proliferation
proliferar {v}  :: to proliferate
prolijidad {f}  :: prolixity
prolijidad {f}  :: tediousness
prolijo {adj}  :: overcareful
prolijo {adj}  :: prolix, tedious, particular
prolijo {adj}  :: troublesome
prolina {f} [amino acid]  :: proline
prologar {v}  :: to preface
prolongación {f}  :: prolongation
prolongado {adj}  :: lengthy
prolongado {adj}  :: prolonged
prolongar {v}  :: to prolong, drag out
promediar {v}  :: to bisect
promedio {m}  :: average
promesa {f}  :: promise
prometedor {adj}  :: promising
Prometeo {prop}  :: Prometheus
prometer {v}  :: to promise
prometida {f}  :: fiancée (woman engaged to be married)
prometido {adj}  :: promised
prometido {f}  :: fiance (man engaged to be married)
prometio {m}  :: promethium
promielocito {m} [cytology]  :: promyelocyte
promielocítico {adj}  :: promyelocytic
prominente {adj}  :: prominent
prominentemente {adv}  :: prominently
promiscuidad {f}  :: promiscuity
promiscuo {adj}  :: mixed, ambiguous
promiscuo {adj}  :: promiscuous
promoción {f}  :: promotion
promocionar {v}  :: to promote, publicise
promotor {adj}  :: promoting
promotor {m}  :: promoter
promover {v}  :: to promote
promulgar {v}  :: to promulgate
pronaos {m}  :: pronaos
pronombre {m}  :: a pronoun
pronombre demostrativo {m}  :: demonstrative pronoun
pronombre relativo {m} [grammar]  :: relative pronoun
pronominal {adj}  :: pronominal
pronosticar {v}  :: to forecast, prognosticate, foresee
pronóstico {m}  :: forecast, prognosis
pronto {adj}  :: prompt, on time
pronto {adv}  :: soon; promptly
pronto {adv}  :: suddenly
pronunciable {adj}  :: pronounceable
pronunciación {f}  :: pronouncement
pronunciación {f}  :: pronunciation
pronunciador {f} [often, figuratively]  :: pronouncer (something which pronounces)
pronunciamiento {m} [idiomatic]  :: A military uprising or coup in Spain or the Spanish American republics, particularly in the 19th century, usually accompanied by a statement declaring the existing government null and void
pronunciamiento {m} [literally]  :: A pronouncement or "declaration"
pronunciar {v}  :: to pronounce
propagación {f}  :: propagation
propaganda {f}  :: advertisement
propaganda {f}  :: propaganda
propagar {v}  :: to propagate
propalar {v}  :: to reveal or divulge
propano {m} [organic compound]  :: propane
propender {v}  :: to incline
propensión {f}  :: propensity
propenso {adj}  :: inclined, prone
propiamente {adv}  :: strictly
propiciación {f}  :: propitiation
propiciar {v}  :: to propitiate
propicio {adj}  :: propitious
propiedad {f}  :: property, belongings, estate, ownership
propiedad {f}  :: propriety
propietaria {f}  :: female landlord
propietaria {f}  :: female owner
propietario {adj}  :: owning
propietario {adj}  :: proprietary
propietario {f}  :: landlord
propietario {f}  :: owner
propilenglicol {m} [organic compound]  :: propylene glycol
propileno {m} [organic compound]  :: propene
propina {f}  :: tip (gratuity)
propinar {v}  :: to hit or strike
propino {m} [organic compound]  :: propyne, methylacetylene
propio {adj}  :: own (belonging to)
propio {adj}  :: proper
propio {adj}  :: typical, characteristic
propionil {m}  :: propionyl
proplastidio {m} [cytology]  :: proplastid
propóleos {m}  :: propolis (glue-like substance)
proponer {v}  :: to propose
proporción {f}  :: proportion
proporción {f}  :: ratio
proporcionado {adj}  :: proportionate
proporcionado {adj}  :: suitable
proporcional {adj}  :: proportional
proporcionalidad {f}  :: proportionality
proporcionar {v}  :: to adapt, adjust
proporcionar {v}  :: to proportion, to set or render in proportion
proporcionar {v}  :: to provide, supply
proposición {f}  :: proposition
propositivamente {adv}  :: Proactively; with foresight
propriedad {f}  :: obsolete spelling of propiedad
propósito {m}  :: purpose
propuesta {f}  :: proposal
propulsar {v}  :: to propel
propulsión {f}  :: propulsion
propulsor {adj}  :: propulsive
propulsor {m}  :: propellant
propulsor {m}  :: propeller
propulsor {m}  :: propulsion
prorratear {v}  :: to prorate
prorrogar {v}  :: to prolong, extend
prorrumpir {vi} [~ en]  :: to burst into (tears, laughter, etc.)
prorruso {adj}  :: pro-Russian
prosa {f}  :: prose
prosaico {adj}  :: bland, mundane
prosaico {adj}  :: prosaic (of or relating to prose)
proscribir {v}  :: to ban
prosódico {adj}  :: prosodic
proseguir {v}  :: to continue
proseguir {v}  :: to continue (in speaking)
prosodia {f} [linguistics, poetry]  :: prosody
prospectar {v}  :: to prospect
prosperar {v}  :: to prosper
prosperidad {f}  :: prosperity
prostaciclina {f} [organic compound]  :: prostacyclin
prostaglandina {f} [organic compound]  :: prostaglandin
prostanoide {m} [organic compound]  :: prostanoid
prostíbulo {m}  :: brothel, whorehouse
prostitución {f}  :: prostitution
prostituir {v}  :: prostitute
prostituta {f}  :: prostitute
prostático {adj}  :: prostatic
prostético {adj}  :: prosthetic
prosumidor {m} [jargon]  :: prosumer
prota {m}  :: star (of a film, show etc.)
protactinio {m}  :: protactinium
protagonismo {m}  :: importance, prominence
protagonista {m}  :: protagonist, star
protagonizar {v}  :: to star in, to be the protagonist in
proteasa {f} [enzyme]  :: protease
protección {f}  :: protection
proteccionismo {m}  :: protectionism
protector {adj}  :: protective
protector {f}  :: A protector
protectora {f}  :: feminine form of protector
protector de bolsillo {n}  :: pocket protector
protectriz {f}  :: feminine form of protector
proteger {v}  :: to protect, to defend
protegido {adj}  :: protected
proteico {adj}  :: protein (attributive usage)
proteinoplasto {m} [cytology]  :: proteinoplast
proteína {f} [protein]  :: protein
proteoglicano {m} [protein]  :: proteoglycan
proteoma {m} [genetics]  :: proteome
protesta {f} [legal]  :: objection
protesta {f}  :: protest
protestante {adj}  :: protestant
protestante {m}  :: protestant
protestar {v}  :: to protest
protón {m}  :: proton
protónico {adj}  :: protonic
proto- {prefix}  :: proto-
protocolario {adj} [attributive]  :: protocol
protocolo {m}  :: conduct or etiquette rules
protocolo {m}  :: protocol
protogermánico {prop}  :: Proto-Germanic
protoindoeuropeo {adj}  :: Proto-Indo-European
protoindoeuropeo {prop}  :: Proto-Indo-European
protolengua {f} [linguistics]  :: proto-language
protoplasma {m} [cytology]  :: protoplasm
protoplasmático {adj}  :: of or pertaining to protoplasm
protoplasto {m} [cytology]  :: protoplast
protosecuela {f}  :: prequel
prototipo {m}  :: prototype (all senses)
protozoario {adj} [biology]  :: protozoan, protozoic
protozoario {m} [biology]  :: protozoan
protozoo {m} [biology]  :: protozoan
protrombina {f} [protein]  :: prothrombin
proucraniano {adj}  :: pro-Ukrainian
provecho {m}  :: benefit
provecho {m}  :: worth, worthwhileness
provechoso {adj}  :: profitable
proveedor {f}  :: provider
proveedor {f}  :: supplier
proveedora {f}  :: feminine form of proveedor
proveer {v} [legal]  :: to decide, to give a decision
proveer {v}  :: to appoint
proveer {v}  :: to bestow, to give, to grant
proveer {v}  :: to decide, to resolve, to settle
proveer {v}  :: to provide, to supply, to equip, to furnish
proveer {v}  :: to stock
provenir {v}  :: originate, arise (from)
proverbio {m}  :: proverb
proverbio {m}  :: saying
providencia {f}  :: providence
providencial {adj}  :: providential
provincia {f}  :: province
provincial {adj}  :: provincial
provincias {fp}  :: provinces
provisión {f}  :: provision
provisional {adj}  :: provisional
provisorio {adj}  :: provisional
provocación {f}  :: provocation
provocador {adj}  :: contentious (given to struggling with others)
provocador {adj}  :: provocative
provocador {adj}  :: provoking
provocar {vp} [Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela]  :: to fancy, would like
provocar {v}  :: to cause or provoke
provocativo {adj}  :: provocative
proxeneta {m}  :: pimp (prostitution solicitor)
proxenetismo {m}  :: proxenetism
proximidad {f}  :: proximity
proyección {f}  :: planning
proyección {f}  :: projection
proyección {f}  :: slide, transparency
proyección {f}  :: toss, throw
proyectar {v}  :: to project, to plan
proyectar {v}  :: to shoot, to discharge
proyectil {m}  :: projectile
proyecto {m}  :: project, plan
proyector {m}  :: projector
párpado {m} [anatomy]  :: eyelid
púrpura {f} [in a poetic sense]  :: blood
púrpura {f} [mollusk]  :: purple dye murex (Murex brandaris)
púrpura {f} [pathology]  :: thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
púrpura {f}  :: purple (colour)
párrafo {m}  :: paragraph
pírrico {adj}  :: Pyrrhic
párroco {f}  :: priest
prórroga {f}  :: extension
pársec {m}  :: parsec (parallax second)
próspero {adj}  :: prosperous
préstamo {m}  :: loan
próstata {f} [anatomy]  :: prostate
prótesis {f}  :: prosthesis
pórtico {m}  :: porch
pórtico {m}  :: portico
pértiga {f}  :: bar in the high jump
prudencia {f}  :: caution, care, prudence
prudencialmente {adv}  :: prudentially
prudente {adj}  :: prudent, wise, judicious, discreet
prudentemente {adv}  :: prudently, discreetly, judiciously
prueba {f}  :: an examination, test or quiz
prueba {f}  :: a trial; an ordeal
prueba {f}  :: proof; evidence
pruebita {f}  :: A quiz, especially a short one
prusiato {m} [chemistry, rare]  :: cyanide, prussiate
próximamente {adv}  :: shortly, soon
próximo {adj}  :: approaching, forthcoming
próximo {adj}  :: near
próximo {adj}  :: next
psalmo {m}  :: obsolete form of salmo
pésame {m}  :: condolence
psamoma {m} [medicine]  :: psammoma body
pseudónimo {m}  :: pseudonym
pseudociencia {f}  :: pseudoscience
pseudocientífico {adj}  :: pseudoscientific (not genuinely scientific)
pseudocolinesterasa {f} [enzyme]  :: butyrylcholinesterase
pseudoefedrina {f} [organic compound]  :: pseudoephedrine
pseudogén {m} [genetics]  :: pseudogene
psi {f}  :: psi; the Greek letter Ψ, ψ
psicólogo {f}  :: psychologist
psico- {prefix}  :: psycho-
psicoactivo {adj}  :: psychoactive
psicoanalizar {v}  :: to psychoanalyze
psicoanalítico {adj}  :: psychoanalytic, psychoanalytical
psicoanálisis {m}  :: psychoanalysis
psicobloc {m} [climbing]  :: deep-water soloing
psicodelia {f}  :: psychedelia
psicodélico {adj}  :: psychedelic
psicológicamente {adv}  :: psychologically
psicológico {adj}  :: psychological
psicología {f}  :: psychology
psicopatía {f}  :: psychopathy
psicosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: psicose
psicosis {f}  :: psychosis, frenzy
psicosomático {adj} [psychology]  :: psychosomatic
psicoterapeuta {m}  :: psychotherapist
psicoterapia {f}  :: psychotherapy
psicoterapéutico {adj}  :: psychotherapeutic
psicópata {m}  :: psycho killer
psicópata {m}  :: psychopath
psicótico {adj}  :: psychotic
psilocibina {f} [organic compound]  :: psilocybin
psilocina {f} [organic compound]  :: psilocin
pésimo {adj}  :: superlative form of malo: very bad
psique {f}  :: psyche
psiquiatra {m}  :: psychiatrist
psiquiatría {f}  :: psychiatry
psiquiátrico {adj}  :: psychiatric
psiquiátrico {m}  :: psychiatric hospital
pósito {m}  :: A storehouse where the grain collected by an such institution is kept, a granary
pósito {m}  :: Governmental institution in charge of collecting and storing grain in order to distribute it in times of need
PSOE {prop}  :: acronym of es
psíquico {adj}  :: psychic, mental
póster {m}  :: poster
pústula {f}  :: pustule
póstumamente {adv}  :: posthumously
póstumo {adj}  :: posthumous
pétalo {m}  :: petal
pteridina {f} [organic compound]  :: pteridine
pterodáctilo {m}  :: pterodactyl
pátina {f}  :: patina (a colored coating as results from oxidation of bronze or copper)
Ptolomeo {prop}  :: Ptolemy
pétreo {adj}  :: of stone
pétreo {adj}  :: petrous
pétreo {adj}  :: rocky
pétreo {adj}  :: stone
pétreo {adj}  :: stony
PU {abbr}  :: Puebla (Mexican state)
puñado {m}  :: a handful
puñado {m}  :: a lot
puaj {interj}  :: Ew!
puaj {interj}  :: Gross!
puñal {adj}  :: Of a fight or dispute
puñal {adj}  :: Of the fist. Fitting in one's hands
puñal {m}  :: dagger
puñalada {f}  :: stab
puñalito {m}  :: diminutive form of puñal, fagboy
puñalote {m} [superlative]  :: major, big, or total faggot
puñar {v} [archaic]  :: to fight, attack
pubertad {f}  :: puberty
pubis {m} [anatomy]  :: pubis
publicación {f}  :: publication
publicar {v}  :: to publish
publicidad {f}  :: advertisement
publicidad {f}  :: publicity
publicista {m}  :: publicist
publicitar {v}  :: to publicize
publicitario {adj}  :: relating to advertising
publicitario {f}  :: advertiser
PUC {initialism}  :: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
pucha {f} [vulgar]  :: pussy (a Spanish insult)
pucha {interj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: expresses pity, disappointment, sympathy
puchero {m}  :: cooking pot
puchero {m}  :: stew (soup)
puchito {m} [Argentina, Chile, slang]  :: diminutive form of pucho, a cigarette or a roach
puchito {m}  :: A smaller, lesser person
puchito {m} [slang]  :: A buddy
pucho {m} [Chile, Argentina, colloquial]  :: cigarette
pucho {m} [Latin America]  :: butt (used cigarette)
pucta {f} [slang, pejorative, emphatic]  :: prostitute, whore; slut
PUD {prop}  :: acronym of [[partido
Pudahuel {prop}  :: Pudahuel (the Chilean city)
pudelación {f} [metallurgy]  :: puddling
pudibundo {adj}  :: prudish
pudiente {adj}  :: wealthy, rich
pudin {m}  :: pudding
pudín {m}  :: pudding (sweet or salty)
pudor {m}  :: modesty
pudor {m}  :: shame
pudoroso {adj}  :: bashful
pudoroso {adj}  :: modest, humble, chaste
pudrido {adj}  :: putrid, rotten
pudrimiento {m}  :: decay, corruption
pudrir {vr}  :: to rot, decompose, waste away
pudrir {vt}  :: to rot
Puebla {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
Puebla {prop}  :: The capital city of such state
pueblecito {m}  :: diminutive form of pueblo: little village
pueblerino {adj}  :: countryfied, rustic, countryish
pueblerino {f}  :: Person from the countryside, countrysider, country bumpkin
pueblito {m}  :: diminutive form of pueblo, a small village
pueblo {m}  :: population, people, nation
pueblo {m}  :: the common people, the working classes
pueblo {m}  :: town, village
pueblo fantasma {m}  :: ghost town
pueblucho {m}  :: (small and unremarkable) village
puede ayudarme {phrase} [formal]  :: can you help me?
puente {m}  :: arch of a foot
puente {m}  :: bridge
puente {m}  :: long weekend
puentismo {m}  :: bungee jumping from a bridge
puer aeternus {m}  :: inner child
puerca {f}  :: sow (female pig)
puerco {f}  :: pig
puerco {f}  :: pork (the meat of a pig)
puerco {f} [slang, derogatory, Mexico]  :: police officer; "pig"
puercoespín {m}  :: porcupine
pueril {adj}  :: childish, puerile
pueril {adj}  :: futile, trivial
pueril {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to children or childhood
puerperio {m}  :: puerperium
puerro {m}  :: leek
puerta {f}  :: door
puerta corredera {f}  :: sliding door
puerta trasera {f}  :: tailgates
puerto {m}  :: port, harbour
Puerto Príncipe {prop}  :: Port-au-Prince
Puerto Rico {prop}  :: Puerto Rico. Full name: Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico
puertorriqueño {adj}  :: Puerto Rican
puertorriqueño {f}  :: Puerto Rican
Puerto Stanley {prop}  :: Port Stanley
pues {conj}  :: so, then, pues; in that case
pues bien {adv} [idiomatic]  :: OK, right, so
puesta {f}  :: clutch (of eggs)
puesta {f}  :: placement
puesta {f}  :: sunset
puesta {f}  :: tie, draw
puesta del sol {f}  :: sunset
puesto {adj}  :: put on (cloth)
puesto {adj}  :: standing
puesto {conj}  :: because, as, since
puesto {m}  :: market stall, market stand
puesto {m}  :: professional position, employment, job
puñeta {f} [colloquial, vulgar]  :: bore, bug, ballbreaker
puñeta {f} [colloquial, vulgar]  :: wank
puñetas {interj} [vulgar]  :: fuck it, fuck
puñetazo {m}  :: punch with the fist; thump
puñete {m}  :: punch with the fist
puñetero {adj}  :: difficult, tough
puñetero {adj} [informal]  :: damned, blasted, bloody
PUF {acronym}  :: FAQ
pufo {m} [colloquial]  :: scam
pugilista {m}  :: pugilist, boxer
pugnacidad {f}  :: pugnacity, quarrelsomeness
pugnar {v}  :: to struggle
pujante {adj}  :: booming, growing
pujanza {f}  :: strength, might
pujar {vi}  :: to bud
pujar {vi}  :: to dither, vacillate
pujar {vi}  :: to push
pujar {vi}  :: to struggle
pujar {vi}  :: to struggle for words
pujar {vt}  :: to bid (at an auction)
pulcritud {f}  :: neatness
pulcro {adj}  :: tidy, neat
pulga {f}  :: flea
pulgada {f}  :: inch
pulgar {m}  :: thumb, big toe
pulidor {m}  :: polish
pulidor {m}  :: polisher
pulimento {m}  :: polish
pulir {v} [colloquial]  :: to beat up
pulir {v}  :: to polish
pulla {f}  :: a gibe; a burn; a dig
pulla {f}  :: an obscenity
pulmón {m}  :: lung
pulmonía {f}  :: pneumonia
pulmonar {adj}  :: pulmonary
pulpería {f} [Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua]  :: A small grocery store or convenience store
pulpería {f} [Latin America]  :: A bar or tavern
pulpo {m}  :: octopus
pulpo a la gallega {m}  :: A dish consisting of boiled octopus garnished with paprika, rock salt and olive oil
pulque {m}  :: pulque
pulquera {f}  :: feminine form of pulquero
pulquería {f} [Mexico]  :: An establishment where pulque is sold
pulquero {adj} [Mexico]  :: Pertaining or relating to pulque
pulquero {f} [Mexico]  :: A person who makes or sells pulque
pulsado {m} [computing]  :: A click
pulsar {v}  :: click
pulsar {v}  :: press [a button, etc.]
pulsar {v}  :: pulsate
pulsera {f}  :: bracelet
pulsimetro {m} [medicine]  :: pulsimeter
pulsimetro {m}  :: pulsometer
pulsómetro {m}  :: heart rate monitor
pulso {m}  :: arm-wrestle
pulso {m}  :: pulse
pulsátil {adj}  :: In the manner of something that pulses or strikes; pulsatile
pulular {v}  :: to teem
pulverizador {m}  :: atomizer
pulverizador {m}  :: spray
pulverizar {v}  :: to pulverize, atomize
pulverulento {adj}  :: pulverulent
pum {interj}  :: bang, pop, boom
puma {m}  :: cougar, mountain lion, puma [Puma concolor]
pun {m} [onomatopoeia]  :: The sound of discharging a firearm
pun {m} [onomatopoeia, vulgar]  :: The sound of flatulence
puna {f} [Latin America]  :: altitude sickness
puna {f} [Latin America]  :: Cold mountain wind
puna {f} [Latin America]  :: puna, Andean plateau
punción {f}  :: piercing
punción {f}  :: prick
punción lumbar {f}  :: lumbar puncture
pundonor {m}  :: self-respect, amour propre
pundonorosamente {adv}  :: punctiliously
pundonoroso {adj}  :: punctilious
punga {adj} [slang, Chile]  :: vulgar, rascal, common person
punir {v}  :: to punish
punta {f}  :: end
puntada {f} [sewing]  :: stitch
punta del iceberg {f}  :: tip of the iceberg
puntaje {m} [Latin America]  :: score (record of points)
puntal {m}  :: mainstay, chief support
puntal {m}  :: prop, support
puntapié {m}  :: kick (with the foot)
puntar {v}  :: to add vowel markings, to Hebrew or Arabic script
puntar {v}  :: to point, to mark with points
punta rota {f}  :: split end
puntear {v} [climbing]  :: to lead, to lead climb
puntear {v}  :: to dot, to engrave
puntear {v}  :: to pluck
puntear {v}  :: to stitch
puntería {f}  :: aim
puntería {f}  :: aiming
puntería {f}  :: marksmanship
puntero {adj}  :: cutting-edge
puntero {adj}  :: leading
puntero {m} [computing]  :: pointer, cursor
puntero {m}  :: leader
puntero {m}  :: outstanding person
puntero {m}  :: stonecutter's chisel
puntiagudo {adj}  :: sharp-pointed
puntilla {f}  :: final blow, coup de grace
puntilla {f}  :: puntilla, dagger
puntilla {f}  :: tiptoe
puntilloso {adj}  :: punctilious
puntilloso {adj}  :: touchy
puénting {n}  :: bungee jumping (from a bridge)
punto {interj}  :: that's it!
punto {m}  :: decimal, point (arithmetic symbol), period
punto {m}  :: great surprise
punto {m}  :: point (unit of measurement)
punto {m}  :: [punto de encuentro] point, location, place
punto {m}  :: stitch
punto ciego {m}  :: blind spot (driving)
punto ciego {m}  :: blind spot (place where the optic nerve attaches to the retina)
punto de condensación {m}  :: dew point
punto de cruz {m}  :: cross-stitch
punto de ebullición {m}  :: boiling point
punto de inflexión {m}  :: inflection (a change in curvature from concave to convex or from convex to concave)
punto de inflexión {m}  :: turning point
punto de rocío {m}  :: dew point
punto fijo {m} [mathematics]  :: fixed point
punto G {m} [anatomy, sexuality]  :: G-spot
punto negro {m}  :: accident black spot
puntos suspensivos {mp}  :: ellipsis (a mark used in printing to indicate an omission)
punto y coma {m}  :: semicolon
puntuación {f}  :: punctuation
puntuación {f}  :: score (number of points)
puntual {adj}  :: punctual, on time
puntualidad {f}  :: punctuality
puntualizar {v}  :: to point out
puntuar {v}  :: to punctuate
puntuar {v}  :: to score or gain points
punzada {f}  :: sting (injury)
punzada {f}  :: sting (pain)
punzante {adj}  :: sharp, biting (pain)
punzante {adj}  :: sharp, prickly (object)
punzar {vi}  :: to sting, twinge
punzar {vt}  :: to perforate, punch
punzón {m}  :: awl
puño {m}  :: fist
puño {m}  :: fistful, handful, bunch
puño {m}  :: handle
puño {m}  :: wristband
pupa {f}  :: bump, especially a cold sore
pupa {f} [childish]  :: boo-boo (pain)
pupa {f}  :: pupa
pupila {f} [anatomy]  :: pupil of the eye
pupila {f}  :: feminine form of pupilo, female pupil
pupilo {m}  :: houseguest, boarder
pupilo {m}  :: orphan (in an orphanage)
pupilo {m}  :: pupil
pupitre {m}  :: A student desk
pupusa {f} [Central America]  :: a stuffed tortilla
pupusa {f} [Central America, vulgar, slang]  :: pussy, vulva
pupusería {f} [El Salvador]  :: restaurant where pupusas are served or sold
puré {m}  :: puree
pureza {f}  :: purity
purgar {v}  :: to drain
purgar {v}  :: to purge
purgatorio {m}  :: purgatory
puridad {f} [rare]  :: purity
puridad {f}  :: secretiveness, stealth
purificación {f}  :: purification
Purificación {prop}  :: female given name
purificar {v}  :: to purify, refine
purina {f} [organic compound]  :: purine
puro {adj}  :: pure, clear
puro {m}  :: cigar, puro
purpurado {m} [religion]  :: cardinal
purpurar {v}  :: to make purple
pus {m}  :: pus
pusilanimemente {adv}  :: pusillanimously
pusilanimidad {f}  :: pusillanimity
pusilánime {adj}  :: pusillanimous
pustuloso {adj}  :: pustular
puta {f} [pejorative, vulgar]  :: Bitch
puta {f} [pejorative, vulgar]  :: Prostitute, whore, slut
putada {f}  :: bad luck, bummer, bastard
putada {f}  :: dirty trick, raw deal, villainy
putada {f}  :: scolding
puta de quinta {f} [vulgar, derogatory, extremely offensive]  :: A cumwhore, cuntwhore, dickhole, prostitute, trash
putañear {v} [vulgar]  :: To attend a prostitute
puta madre {f} [vulgar]  :: motherfucker (literally "whore mother")
puta que te parió {f} [Argentina, Chile]  :: one's mother; your mother, yo momma
putativo {adj}  :: putative
putear {v} [vulgar]  :: To attend a prostitute
putear {v} [vulgar]  :: To fuck around, bother
putear {v} [vulgar]  :: To insult or scold someone
putear {v} [vulgar]  :: To prostitute oneself
putería {f} [colloquial]  :: piss-take
putería {f} [colloquial]  :: whorehouse, brothel
putería {f} [colloquial]  :: whoring
puterío {m}  :: brothel, whorehouse
putero {m} [colloquial]  :: brothel, whorehouse
putero {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: gigolo
putero {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: kerb crawler
putero {m} [colloquial]  :: whoremonger
puticlub {m}  :: brothel, whorehouse
putita {f}  :: diminutive form of puta. Little slut
putón {m}  :: augmentative form of puta, superslut
puto {adj} [vulgar]  :: motherfucking, goddamned
puto {m}  :: man-whore
puto {m} [vulgar, pejorative]  :: homosexual man
putona {f} [colloquial]  :: slut
Putre {prop}  :: Putre (the Chilean city)
putrefacción {f}  :: putrefaction
putrefacto {adj}  :: rotten, putrid
putrescina {f} [organic compound]  :: putrescine
puzle {m} [informal]  :: jigsaw puzzle
pívot {m} [basketball]  :: center
pyme {m}  :: SME (Small and medium enterprise)
Python {prop}  :: Python programming language
Pza. {prop}  :: abbreviation of plaza (place, square)