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a {article} /eɪ/ (an) SEE: an  ::
a {n} /eɪ/ (name of the letter A, a)  :: a {f}
Aachen {prop} /ˈɑˈ.kən/ (city in North Rhine-Westphalia)  :: Aquisgrán
aah {interj} (expressing amazement or surprise)  :: ¡ay!, ¡ah!
açai {n} /ɑː.sɑːˈiː/  :: asaí {m}
Aalenian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Aalenian epoch)  :: aaleniano
Aalenian {prop} (subdivision of the Middle Jurassic epoch)  :: aaleniano {m}
aalii {n} /ɑˈliˌi/ (Dodonaea viscosa)  :: chirca {f}
aardvark {n} /ˈɑːɹdˌvɑɹk/ (mammal)  :: cerdo hormiguero {m}
aardwolf {n} /ˈɑɹd.ˌwʊlf/ (the mammal species Proteles cristatus)  :: lobo de tierra {m}, proteles {m}
Aaron {prop} /ˈɛɹ.ən/ (biblical brother of Moses)  :: Aarón {m}
Aaron {prop} (male given name)  :: Aarón
Aaronic {adj} /æɹˈɑn.ɪk/ (pertaining to Aaron)  :: aarónico
Aaron's rod {n} /ˈæɹ.ənz ɹɑd/ (mullein) SEE: mullein  ::
Aaron's rod {n} (goldenrod) SEE: goldenrod  ::
Aaron's rod {n} (orpine) SEE: orpine  ::
abaca {n} /ˌæb.əˈkɑ/ (plant)  :: abacá {m}
abaca {n} (fiber/fibre) SEE: Manila hemp  ::
abacist {n} /əˈbɑ.kəst/ (One who uses an abacus.)  :: abacista {m} {f}
aback {adv} /əˈbæk/ (backwards)  :: atrás, hacia atrás
aback {n} (abacus) SEE: abacus  ::
abacus {n} /əˈbɑk.əs/ (calculating frame)  :: ábaco {m}
Abadan {prop} /ˌɑ.bɑˈdɑn/ (city in Iran)  :: Abadán
abaft {adv} ((nautical) on the aft side)  :: a popa
abaft {prep} /əˈbɑft/ ((nautical) behind; toward the stern relative to some other object or position; aft of)  :: a popa
abaka {n} (fiber/fibre) SEE: Manila hemp  ::
abaka {n} (plant) SEE: abaca  ::
abalone {n} /æb.əˈloʊ.ni/ (edible univalve mollusc)  :: oreja de mar {f}, abulón {m}, loco {m}
abandon {n} (a giving up to natural impulses)  :: desenfreno {m}
abandon {v} /əˈbæn.dn̩/ (to give up control of, surrender)  :: renunciar, suspender
abandon {v} (to cast out, expel, reject)  :: expulsar
abandon {v} (to leave behind or desert; to forsake)  :: abandonar
abandon {v} (to no longer exercise a right, relinquish a claim to property)  :: renunciar
abandoned {adj} /əˈbæn.dn̩d/ (wicked, self-abandoned, given to sin)  :: desenfrenado, desinhibido
abandoned {adj} (no longer maintained, forsaken, deserted)  :: abandonado
abandonment {n}  :: abandono {m}
abandonment {n} /əˈbæn.dn̩.mn̩t/ (act of abandoning)  :: abandono {m}
abarthrosis {n} /ˌæb.ɑɹˈθɹoʊ.sɪs/ (diarthrosis) SEE: diarthrosis  ::
abase {v} /ə.ˈbeɪs/ (to lower as in rank, so as to hurt feelings)  :: rebajar, degradar, humillar
abasement {n} /əˈbeɪs.mənt/ (the act of abasing)  :: rebajamiento {m}, abatimiento {m}, humillación {m}
abash {v} /əˈbæʃ/ (to make ashamed, to embarrass)  :: confundir, avergonzar, abochornar
abashed {adj} /əˈbæʃt/ (embarrassed)  :: avergonzado
abatage {n} (abattage) SEE: abattage  ::
abate {v} /əˈbeɪt/ (to bring down or reduce to a lower state)  :: reducir, suprimir, menguar
abate {v} (to bring down a person physically or mentally)  :: abatir, humillar
abatement {n} /əˈbeɪt.mənt/ (the act of abating or the state of being abated)  :: disminución {f}
abattoir {n} /ˈæb.əˌtwɑɹ/ (public slaughterhouse)  :: matadero {m}
Abbasid {adj} (relating to the Abbasids)  :: abasí {m}, abasida {m}
Abbasid {n} /əˈbæs.əd/ (member of the dynasty that ruled from Baghdad from about to 750 to 1250)  :: abasí {m}, abasida {m}
abbatial {adj} /əˈbeɪ.ʃl̩/ (belonging to an abbey)  :: abacial
abbess {n} /ˈæb.ɪs/ (female superior of a nunnery)  :: abadesa {f}
abbey {n} /ˈæb.i/ (monastery headed by an abbot)  :: abadía {f}
abbey {n} (church of a monastery)  :: abadía {f}
abbeystead {n} (seat of an abbey)  :: abadía {f}
abbot {n} /ˈæb.ət/ (superior or head of an abbey or monastery)  :: abad {m}
abbreviate {v} /əˈbɹɪt/ (to make shorter)  :: abreviar
abbreviate {v} (to reduce to lower terms)  :: simplificar
abbreviated {adj} /əˈbɹi.viˌeɪ.tɪd/ (shortened)  :: abreviado
abbreviation {n} (act or result of shortening or reducing)  :: abreviación {f}
abbreviation {n} /əˌbɹi.viˈeɪ.ʃn̩/ (shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase)  :: abreviación {f}
abbreviature {n}  :: abreviatura
abbreviature {n} /əˈbɹəˌt͡ʃʊɹ/ (abbreviation) SEE: abbreviation  ::
ABC {n} (alphabet) SEE: alphabet  ::
ABC book {n} (primer) SEE: primer  ::
abciximab {n} (antiplatelet drug)  :: abciximab {m}
abdest {n} (Islamic act of washing parts of the body)  :: abdesto {m}
abdicate {v} /ˈæb.dɪˌkeɪt/ (surrender or relinquish)  :: abdicar
abdicate {v} (disinherit)  :: abdicar
abdicate {v} (reject)  :: abdicar
abdicate {v} (renounce a throne)  :: abdicar
abdication {n} /ˌæb.dəˈkeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of abdicating; the renunciation of a high office, dignity, or trust, by its holder)  :: abdicación {f}
abdomen {n} /ˈæb.də.mən/ (belly)  :: abdomen {m}, vientre {m}
abdominal {adj} /æbˈdɑm.ə.nl̩/ (of or pertaining to the abdomen)  :: abdominal
abdominal cavity {n} (hollow portion of the torso, containing abdominal organs)  :: cavidad abdominal {f}
abdominal fin {n} /æbˈdɑm.ə.nl̩ fɪn/ (pelvic fin) SEE: pelvic fin  ::
abdominoplasty {n} /æbˈdɑm.ɪ.noʊˌplæs.ti/ (surgery)  :: abdominoplastia
abduce {v} /æb.ˈdus/ (transitive, obsolete: to draw or conduct away; to withdraw; to draw to a different part)  :: abducir
abduct {v} /æbˈdʌkt/ (to take away)  :: raptar, secuestrar
abduct {v} (to draw away from its ordinary position)  :: abducir
abduction {n} /æbˈdʌk.ʃn̩/ (leading away, carrying away)  :: rapto {m}, secuestro {m}
abduction {n} (law: wrongful carrying off of a human being)  :: rapto {m}
abduction {n} (logic: type of syllogism)  :: abducción {f}
abduction {n} (physiology: movement separating limb from axis)  :: abducción {f}
abductor {n} /æbˈdʌk.tɚ/ (kidnapper)  :: raptor {m}, secuestrador {m}
abductor {n} (muscle)  :: abductor {m}
abearance {n} /əˈbɜɹ.əns/ (behavior) SEE: behavior  ::
Abecedarian {n} /ˌeɪ.biˌsiˈdæɹ.i.ən/ (member of a 16th-century sect)  :: abecedariano {m}
abecedarium {n} /ˌeɪ.biˌsiˈdæɹ.i.əm/ (a book used to teach the alphabet) SEE: primer  ::
abecedary {n} /ˌeɪ.bi.ˈsi.dɚ.i/ (the alphabet)  :: abecedario {m}
abed {adv} /əˈbɛd/ (in bed, or on the bed)  :: en cama, acostado
Abel {prop} /ˈeɪ.bl̩/ (biblical character)  :: Abel {m}
Abel {prop} (male given name)  :: Abel {m}
Abelam {prop} /əˈbə.ləm/ (Ambulas) SEE: Ambulas  ::
Abelard {prop} /ˈæb.ə.ˌlɑɹd/ (male given name)  :: Abelardo
abele {n} /əˈbil/ (the white poplar, Populus alba)  :: álamo blanco {m}
abelian {adj} /əˈən/ (math: of a group)  :: abeliano, conmutativo
Abelian {n} (member of a sect living like Abel)  :: abelonita {m} {f}
Abelian algebra {n} (commutative algebra) SEE: commutative algebra  ::
abelian group {n} /əˈən ɡɹup/ (group in which the group operation is commutative)  :: grupo abeliano {m}
abelmosk {n} /ˈeɪ.bəlˌmɑsk/ (evergreen shrub)  :: abelmosco {m}
Abelonian {n} (Abelian) SEE: Abelian  ::
Aberdeen terrier {n} /ˌæb.ɚˈdin ˈtɛ.ɹi.ɚ/ (breed of dog) SEE: Scottish terrier  ::
aberrance {n} /ˈæ.bɛɹ.n̩s/ (state of being aberrant; a wandering from the right way; deviation from truth, rectitude)  :: aberración {f}
aberrant {adj} (deviating from the ordinary or natural type; exceptional; abnormal)  :: anómalo, atípico
aberrant {adj} /əbˈɛɹ.n̩t/ (deviating from the norm)  :: aberrante
aberrant {adj} (straying from the right way)  :: aberrante, anormal
aberration {n}  :: aberración {f}, perturbación mental {f}
aberration {n} /ˌæb.əˈɹeɪ.ʃn̩/ (act of wandering or deviation; abnormality)  :: aberración {f}
aberration {n} (astronomy: small periodical change of position of heavenly bodies)  :: aberración {f}
aberration {n} (optics: convergence to different foci)  :: aberración {f}
aberration {n} (zoology, botany: atypical development or structure)  :: aberración {f}
abessive case {n} (case used to express the lack of something)  :: caso abesivo {m}
abet {v} /əˈbɛt/ (to assist or encourage in crime)  :: incitar
abet {v} (to support, uphold, or aid)  :: ayudar
abettor {n} /əˈbɛt.ɚ/ (accomplice)  :: cómplice {m} {f}
abeyance {n} /əˈbeɪ.ənts/ (expectancy; condition of being undetermined)  :: expectativa {f}, esperanza {f}, suspenso {m}
abeyance {n} (suspension; temporary suppression)  :: suspensión {f}, desuso {m}, suspenso {m}
abhor {v} /æbˈhɔɹ/ (to regard with horror or detestation)  :: aborrecer, detestar, abominar
abhorrence {n} /əbˈhɔɹ.n̩s/ (extreme aversion)  :: aborrecimiento {m}, odio {m}, repugnancia {f}
abhorrent {adj} /æbˈhɔɹ.ənt/ (detestable or repugnant)  :: repugnante
abide {v} /əˈbaɪd/ (to stay)  :: permanecer, quedar
abide {v} (to await)  :: aguardar, esperar
abide {v} (to dwell)  :: habitar, morar, residir
abide {v} (to endure)  :: quedar, permanecer, resistir, aguantar, durar
abide {v} (to pay for)  :: afrontar, apechugar con
abide {v} (to tolerate)  :: tolerar, soportar
abide by {v} (to accept a decision or law and act in accordance with it; to conform to; to acquiesce)  :: someterse, acatar
abide by {v} (to remain faithful to something or someone; to stand to; to adhere)  :: someterse a, adherirse a, observar, respaldar
Abidjan {adj} (Abidjanian) SEE: Abidjanian  ::
Abidjan {prop} /ˌæb.ɪˈdʒɑn/ (the largest city of Côte d'Ivoire)  :: Abiyán
Abigail {prop} /ˈæb.ə.ɡeɪl/ (biblical wife of David)  :: Abigaíl
Abigail {prop} (female given name)  :: Abigaíl, Abigail
abigeat {n} (theft of cattle)  :: abigeato {m}
ability {n} (a skill or competence)  :: habilidad {f}
ability {n} /əˈbɪl.ə.ti/ (quality or state of being able)  :: habilidad {f}, capacidad {f}
Abimelech {prop} /əˈbɪm.əˌlɛk/ (name of Philistine kings)  :: Abimelech
ab initio {adv} /ˌæb ɪˈnɪʃ.i.oʊ/ (referring to the time from when a legal document comes into force)  :: ab initio, desde el principio
abiogenesis {n} /ˌeɪˌbai.oʊˈdʒɛn.ə.sɪs/ (abiogenesis)  :: autogénesis {f}, generación espontánea {f}
abiotic {adj} /ˌeɪ.baɪˈɑt.ɪk/ (Nonliving)  :: abiótico
a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush {proverb} (small but certain advantage is preferable)  :: más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando (a bird in one hand is worth more than a hundred in flight)
a bit {adv} (a little) SEE: a little  ::
a bit much {n} (More than is reasonable)  :: demasiado
abiu {n} (tree)  :: caimito {m}
abjad {n} (writing system)  :: abyad {m}, abjad
abject {adj} /ˈæb.d͡ʒɛkt/ (Sunk to a low condition; down in spirit or hope)  :: abatido
abjectly {adv} /æbˈd͡ʒɛ (with great shame, desperately; in an abject fashion)  :: abyectamente
abjure {v} /æbˈdʒʊɹ/ (to renounce upon oath)  :: abjurar
abjure {v} (to renounce with solemnity)  :: abjurar
Abkhaz {adj} /ɑbˈkɑz/ (of or pertaining to Abkhazia)  :: abjasio
Abkhaz {n} (person from Abkhazia)  :: abjasio {m} {f}
Abkhaz {prop} (a Northwest Caucasian language spoken in Abkhazia)  :: abjaso {m}, abjasio {m}
Abkhazia {prop} /æbˈkeɪ.ʒi.ə/ (territory in the Caucasus, see also: Republic of Abkhazia)  :: Abjasia {f}
Abkhazian {adj} /æbˈkeɪ.ʒi.ən/ (Of or pertaining to Abkhazia) SEE: Abkhaz  ::
Abkhazian {n} (Abkhaz) SEE: Abkhaz  ::
Abkhazian {prop} (Abkhazian language) SEE: Abkhaz  ::
ablation {n} (amputation)  :: ablación {f}
ablation {n} /əˈbleɪ.ʃn̩/ (removal)  :: ablación {f}
ablative {n} /ˈæb.lə.tɪv/ (ablative case) SEE: ablative case  ::
ablative case {n} (grammatical case used to indicate movement away from something, removal, separation, source)  :: ablativo {m}
ablaut {n} /ˈɑbˌlaʊt/ (substitution of one root vowel for another)  :: apofonía {f}
ablaze {adj} /əˈbleɪz/ (on fire)  :: ardiendo, en llamas
ablaze {adj} (in a state of glowing excitement)  :: radiante, ardiente, resplandeciente
ablaze {adv} (on fire)  :: en llamas
able {adj} /ˈeɪ.bl̩/ (healthy) SEE: healthy  ::
able {adj} (legally qualified)  :: competente
able {adj} (permitted to)  :: capaz
able {adj} (skillful)  :: diestro, hábil, capaz
-able {suffix} /ə.bl̩/ (able to be done)  :: -able, -ible
able {v} (enable) SEE: enable  ::
able {v} (vouch for) SEE: vouch for  ::
ablution {n} /əˈblu.ʃn̩/ (the act of washing or cleansing)  :: ablución {f}
ablution {n} (Roman Catholic Church: a small quantity of wine and water)  :: ablución {f}
ably {adv} /ˈeɪ.bli/ (with great ability)  :: capaz, hábilmente
abnegate {v} /ˈæb.nɪ.ɡeɪt/ (to deny oneself something)  :: abnegar
abnegate {v} (to reject, to deny)  :: rechazar
abnegation {n} /ˈæb.nɪˈɡɘɪ.ʃn̩/ (denial; renunciation)  :: abnegación {f}
abnormal {adj} /ˈæbˌnɔɹ.ml̩/ (not conforming to rule or system)  :: anormal
abnormal {adj} (of or pertaining to behaviour that deviates from norms)  :: anormal
abnormality {n} /ˌæbˌnɔɹˈmæl.ət.i/ (state of being abnormal)  :: anormalidad {f}
abnormally {adv} /æbˈnɔɹ.mə.li/ (In an abnormal manner)  :: anormalmente
abnormalness {n} /æbˈnɔɹ.ml̩.nəs/ (abnormality) SEE: abnormality  ::
aboard {adv} (baseball) SEE: on base  ::
aboard {adv} /əˈbɔɹd/ (on board)  :: a bordo
aboard {prep} (on board of)  :: a bordo de
abode {n} /əˈboʊd/ (slightly dated: residence)  :: morada {f}, residencia {f}, vivienda {f}
abolish {v} /əˈbɑl.ɪʃ/ (to end a law, system, institution, custom or practice)  :: abolir, suprimir, abrogar, quitar
abolish {v} (to destroy)  :: destrozar
abolishment {n} /əˈbɑl.ɪʃ.mənt/ (The act of abolishing)  :: abolición {f}
abolition {n} (abolition of slavery and the slave trade)  :: abolición {f}
abolition {n} /ˌæb.əˈlɪʃ.n̩/ (act of abolishing)  :: abolición {f}
abolitionism {n} /ˌæb.əˈlɪʃ.əˌnɪz.m̩/ (opinion in favor of the abolition of something)  :: abolicionismo {m}
abolitionist {n} /ˌæ.bə.ˈlɪʃ.n̩.ɪst/ (person who favors the abolition)  :: abolicionista {m} {f}
abomasum {n} /ˌæb.oʊˈmeɪ.səm/ (fourth or digestive stomach of a ruminant)  :: abomaso {m}
A-bomb {n} (atomic bomb)  :: bomba atómica {f}
abominable {adj} /əˈbɑm.ə.nə.bl̩/ (hateful; detestable; loathsome)  :: abominable, aborrecible
abominable snowman {n} /əˈbɑm.ə.nə.bl̩ ˈsnoʊ.mæn/ (humanoid or apelike animal said to exist in the Himalayas)  :: abominable hombre de las nieves {m}
abominably {adv} /əˈbɑm.ə.nə.bli/ (in an abominable manner)  :: abominablemente
abominate {v} /əˈbɒm.əˌnəɪt/ (to feel disgust towards, to hate in the highest degree)  :: abominar, detestar
abomination {n} /əˌbɑm.əˈneɪ.ʃn̩/ (an abominable act)  :: abominación {f}
abomination {n} (something abominable)  :: abominación {f}, maldad {f}
aboriginal {adj} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪd͡ʒ.n̩.l̩/ (original; indigenous)  :: aborigen, indígena
Aboriginal {n} (aboriginal) SEE: aboriginal  ::
Aboriginal {n} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪd͡ʒ.n̩.l̩/ (original inhabitant of Australia)  :: aborigen, aboriginal
Aboriginal {n} (original inhabitant of any land)  :: aborigen
aborigine {n} /ˌæb.əˈɹɪdʒ.ə.ni/ (aboriginal inhabitant of a country)  :: aborigen {m} {f}, indígena {m} {f}
abort {n} /əˈbɔɹt/ (miscarriage)  :: aborto {m}
abort {v} (to miscarry)  :: abortar
aborted {adj}  :: abortado
abortifacient {adj} /əˌbɔɹ.təˈfeɪ.ʃn̩t/ (producing miscarriage)  :: abortivo
abortifacient {n} (agent that causes premature delivery)  :: abortivo {m}
abortion {n} (act of inducing abortion)  :: aborto {m}
abortion {n} /əˈbɔɹ.ʃn̩/ (miscarriage)  :: aborto {m}, aborto involuntario
abortion {n} (induced abortion)  :: aborto {m}, aborto inducido
abortion {n} (something ugly)  :: aborto {m}, engendro {m}
abortion {n} (the act of aborting a project, etc)  :: aborto {m}
abortional {adj} /əˈbɔɹ.ʃn̩.l̩/ (pertaining to abortion)  :: abortivo
abortive {adj} (causing abortion)  :: abortivo
abortive {adj} (coming to naught; fruitless)  :: fracasado, frustrado, malogrado
abortive {adj} /əˈbɔɹ.tɪv/ (produced by abortion; born prematurely)  :: abortivo
abortive {n}  :: abortivo
abound {v} /əˈbaʊnd/ (to be plentiful)  :: abundar, ser abundante
abound {v} (to be copiously supplied)  :: abundar, ser abundante
abound with {v} (abound) SEE: abound  ::
about {adv} (here and there)  :: alrededor
about {adv} (in circuit)  :: alrededor
about {adv} (near; in the vicinity)  :: alrededor de
about {adv} (nearly, approximately)  :: alrededor de
about {adv} (on all sides)  :: alrededor
about {adv} (on the verge of; intending to)  :: estar por
about {prep} (concerned with, engaged in)  :: sobre, acerca de
about {prep} (concerning)  :: sobre, acerca de, de
about {prep} /əˈbaʊt/ (on every side of)  :: alrededor de, por
about {prep} (in the immediate neighborhood of)  :: cerca de
about {prep} (near, approximately, regarding time, size or quantity)  :: cerca de, sobre [time]
about {prep} (on the point or verge of)  :: a punto de
about {prep} (over or upon different parts of)  :: encima de
about-face {n} /əˈbaʊtˌfeɪs/ (military: abrupt turn to face the opposite direction)  :: media vuelta {f}
about-face {n} (reversal of direction or attitude)  :: media vuelta {f}
about-face {v} (to turn 180 degrees)  :: dar la media vuelta, darse media vuelta
about time {adv} (close to the right time)  :: es hora, al fin
about time {adv} (far past the desired time)  :: ya era hora
about to {phrase} (indicating imminence)  :: a punto de
above {adv} (earlier in order in writing)  :: arriba
above {adv} (in a higher place)  :: arriba
above {prep} /əˈbʌv/ (in or to a higher place)  :: arriba, sobre, encima de
above {prep} (more)  :: sobre
above all {adv} (of prime importance)  :: sobre todo
aboveboard {adj}  :: legítimo, sincero
above ground {adj} (aboveground) SEE: aboveground  ::
above measure {prep} (beyond measure) SEE: beyond measure  ::
above-named {adj} /əˈbʌvˌneɪm.əd/ (mentioned or named before) SEE: above-mentioned  ::
above the curve {prep}  :: adelantado de su época {m}
above the law {prep} (exempt from the laws that apply to everyone else)  :: por encima de la ley
abrade {v} /əˈbɹeɪd/ ((transitive) to rub or wear off; to waste or wear away by friction)  :: escoriar, raspar
Abraham {prop} /ˈeɪ.bɹəˌhæm/ (prophet in the Old Testament)  :: Abraham, Abrahán
Abraham {prop} (male given name)  :: Abraham, Abrahán
Abrahamitic {adj} (Abrahamic) SEE: Abrahamic  ::
Abram {prop} /ˈeɪ.bɹəm/ (Old Testament patriarch)  :: Abram
abranchial {adj} /eɪˈbɹæŋ.ki.l̩/ (gillless) SEE: gillless  ::
abranchiate {adj} /eɪˈbɹæŋ.ki.ɪt/ (gillless) SEE: gillless  ::
abranchious {adj} /ˈeɪˌbɹæŋ.ki.əs/ (gillless) SEE: gillless  ::
abrasion {n}  :: abrasión {f}
abrasion {n} /əˈbɹeɪ.ʒn̩/ (medicine: superficial wound)  :: rasguño {m}, raspadura {f}
abrasion {n} (geology: effect of mechanical erosion of rock)  :: erosión {f}
abrasive {adj} /əˈbɹeɪ.sɪv/ (producing abrasion; rough)  :: abrasivo
abrasive {adj} (rough and coarse in manner or disposition)  :: brusco, irritante
abrasively {adv} /ə.ˈbɹeɪ.sɪ (in an abrasive manner)  :: ásperamente
abrasively {adv} (in a rough manner)  :: ásperamente, desabridamente
abreast {adv} /əˈbɹɛst/ (informed)  :: al corriente
abreast {adv} (side by side)  :: de lado a lado
abridge {v} /əˈbɹɪd͡ʒ/ (to make shorter)  :: abreviar, condensar, compendiar
abridge {v} (to deprive)  :: privar
abridge {v} (to shorten or contract by using fewer words)  :: abreviar, resumir
abridged {adj} /əˈbɹɪdʒd/ (cut or shortened, especially of a literary work)  :: abreviado
abridgment {n} /əˈbɹɪd͡ʒ.mn̩t/  :: abreviación, compendio {m}
abroad {adv} /əˈbɹɔd/ (at large; widely; broadly; over a wide space)  :: por todas partes, en todas direciones
abroad {adv} (in foreign countries)  :: en el extranjero, en el exterior
abroad {adv} (without a certain confine; outside the house)  :: al exterior
abrogable {adj} /ˈæb.ɹə.ɡə.bl̩/ (capable of being abrogated)  :: abrogable
abrogate {v} /ˈæb.ɹəˌɡət/ (to annul by an authoritative act)  :: abrogar, derogar
abrupt {adj} (botany: truncated)  :: abrupto
abrupt {adj} (curt in manner)  :: abrupto, brusco, cortante
abrupt {adj} /ə.bɹʌpt/ (extremely steep)  :: abrupto, brusco
abrupt {adj} (having sudden transitions from one state to next)  :: brusco, abrupto
abrupt {adj} (without notice)  :: repentino, súbito
abruptly {adv} /əˈbɹʌ (in an abrupt manner)  :: abruptamente
abruptly {adv} (precipitously)  :: precipitadamente
Abruzzo {prop} (region of central Italy)  :: Abruzos {m-p}
Absalom {prop} /ˈæb.sə.ləm/ (Biblical character)  :: Absalón
Absalom {prop} (male given name)  :: Absalón
abscess {n} /ˈæbˌsɛs/ (cavity filled with pus)  :: absceso {m}, flemón {m} (gums)
abscess {v} (to form an abscess)  :: absceder
abscissa {n} /æbˈsɪs.ə/ (first of two coordinates)  :: abscisa {f}
abscission {n} /æbˈsɪ.ʃn̩/ (act of cutting off)  :: abscisión {f}
abscond {v} /æbˈskɑnd/ (to depart secretly)  :: fugarse, evadirse
abscond {v} (to hide (something))  :: huir, fugarse
absence {n} /ˈæ̩s/ (state of being away)  :: ausencia {f}
absence {n} (inattention to things present)  :: ausencia {f}
absence {n} (lack; deficiency; non-existence)  :: ausencia {f}, falta {f}
absence makes the heart grow fonder {proverb} (when someone or something is faraway, you realise how much you love or miss them or it)  :: nadie sabe lo que tiene hasta que lo pierde
absent {adj} /ˈæ̩t/ (being away from a place)  :: ausente
absent {adj} (inattentive)  :: ausente, distraído
absent {adj} (not existing)  :: ausente
absent {v} /æbˈsɛnt/ (to withhold from being present)  :: ausentarse
absentee {n} /ˌæ̩ˈti/ (person who is absent)  :: ausente {m} {f}
absentee {n} (voter that is not present at the time of voting) SEE: absentee voter  ::
absent-minded {adj} /ˌæ̩tˈmaɪn.dɪd/ (absent in mind)  :: distraído
absinthe {n} /ˈæb.sɪnθ/ (liquor)  :: ajenjo {m}, absintio {m}
absinthe {n} (Artemisia absinthium)  :: ajenjo {m}
absinthin {n} /ˈæbˌsɪn.θɪn/ (principal compound found in wormwood)  :: absintina {f}
absinthium {n} (absinthe oil) SEE: absinthe oil  ::
absinthium {n} /æbˈsɪn.θi.m̩/ (Artemisia absinthium) SEE: wormwood  ::
absolute {adj} /ˌæb.səˈlut/ (loosed from any conditions or limitations)  :: absoluto
absolute {adj} (complete in itself, fixed)  :: completo, pleno
absolutely {adv} /ˌæb.səˈ (in an absolute manner)  :: totalmente, absolutamente
absolute monarchy {n} (rule)  :: monarquía absoluta {f}
absolute pitch {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut pɪt͡ʃ/ (ability to identify and reproduce a tone) SEE: perfect pitch  ::
absolute pressure {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut ˈpɹɜ.ʃɚ/ (pressure caused by weight of the atmosphere)  :: presión absoluta {f}
absolute superlative {n} (absolute superlative)  :: superlativo absoluto {m}
absolute value {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut ˈvæl.ju/ (numerical value of a real number)  :: valor absoluto {m}
absolute value {n} (modulus of a complex number)  :: valor absoluto {m}
absolute zero {n} /ˈæb.səˌlut ˈzi.ɹoʊ/ (coldest possible temperature)  :: cero absoluto {m}
absolution {n} (absolving from ecclesiastical penalties)  :: absolución {f}
absolution {n} (acquittal, or sentence of a judge declaring an accused person innocent)  :: absolución {f}
absolution {n} /ˌæb.səˈl(j)u.ʃn̩/ (absolving or setting free from guilt, sin or penalty; forgiveness of an offense)  :: absolución {f}
absolution {n} (exercise of priestly jurisdiction in the sacrament of penance, by which Catholics believe the sins of the truly penitent are forgiven)  :: absolución {f}
absolutist {adj} /ˈæb.səˌlu.tɪst/ (of or pertaining to absolutism)  :: absolutista
absolutive case {n} (case used to indicate the patient or experiencer of a verb’s action)  :: caso absolutivo {m}
absolve {v} /æbˈzɑlv/ (to set free)  :: absolver, exculpar
absolve {v} (theology: to pronounce free or give absolution from sin)  :: absolver, exonerar
absolve {v} (to pronounce free or give absolution)  :: absolver
absorb {v} /æbˈsɔɹb/ (to include so that it no longer has separate existence)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (physics: to take up by chemical or physical action)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (to consume completely)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (to occupy fully)  :: absorber
absorb {v} (to suck up or drink in)  :: absorber
absorbed {adj} /æbˈsɔɹbd/ (fully occupied with one's thoughts; engrossed)  :: absorto, ensimismado
absorbency {n} /æb.sɔɹ.bn̩.si/ (quality of being absorbent)  :: absorbencia {f}
absorbent {adj} /æbˈsɔɹ.bn̩t/ (absorbing)  :: absorbente
absorbent {n} (anything which absorbs)  :: absorbente {m}
absorbing {adj} /æbˈzɔɹ.bɪŋ/ (engrossing)  :: absorbente
absorption {n} /æbˈsɔɹp.ʃn̩/ (act or process of absorbing or sucking in anything)  :: absorción {f}
absorption {n} (entire occupation of the mind)  :: concentración {f}
absorptiveness {n} (absorptivity) SEE: absorptivity  ::
abstain {v} /əbˈsteɪn/ (refrain from)  :: abstenerse
abstain {v} (hinder, withhold)  :: retener
abstain {v} (refrain from voting)  :: abstenerse
abstainer {n} /æbˈsteɪ.nɚ/ (one who abstains)  :: abstemio {m}
abstemious {adj} /æbˈsti.mi.əs/ (abstaining from wine)  :: sobrio, abstemio
abstemious {adj} (marked by, or spent in, abstinence)  :: abstemio
abstemious {adj} (sparing in diet)  :: sobrio {m}
abstemious {adj} (sparingly used; used with temperance or moderation)  :: abstemio
abstention {n} /æbˈstɛn.ʃn̩/ (the act of abstaining)  :: abstención {f}
abstergent {n} /æbˈstɝ.d͡ʒn̩t/ (a substance used in cleansing)  :: abstergente
abstersion {n} /æbˈstɝ.ʒn̩/ (the act of cleaning)  :: abstersión {f}
abstersive {adj} /æbˈstɝ.sɪv/ (cleansing, purging)  :: abstersivo
abstinence {n} /ˈæb.stɪ.nəns/ (the act or practice of abstaining)  :: vigilia {f}, abstinencia {f}
abstinence {n} (specifically, abstinence from alcohol)  :: abstinencia {f}
abstinence {n} (the practice of self-denial)  :: vigilia {f}
abstinent {adj} /ˈæb.stɪ.nn̩t/ (refraining from indulgence)  :: abstinente
abstract {adj}  :: abstracto
abstract {adj} (apart from practice or reality; not concrete)  :: abstracto
abstract {adj} (art: free from representational qualities)  :: abstracto
abstract {n} /ˌæbˈstɹækt/ (an abridgement or summary)  :: resumen {m}, extracto {m}
abstract {n} (an abstraction)  :: abstracción {f}
abstract {n} (an abstract work of art)  :: arte abstracto {m}
abstract {n} (an extract of a vegetable substance)  :: extracto {m}
abstract {v}  :: abstraer, extraer
abstract {v} (to abridge, epitomize, or summarize)  :: resumir
abstract {v} (to consider abstractly)  :: abstraer
abstract {v} (to extract by means of distillation)  :: destilar
abstract {v} (to remove; to take away; to withdraw)  :: quitar, retirar, extraer
abstract {v} (to separate; to disengage)  :: abstraer, retirar, extraer
abstract {v} (to withdraw oneself)  :: abstraerse
abstraction {n} /æbˈstɹæk.ʃn̩/ (act of abstracting)  :: abstracción {f}
abstractionism {n} /æbˈstɹæk.ʃn̩ˌɪz.m̩/ (abstract art)  :: abstraccionismo {m}
abstractionist {n} /æbˈstɹæk.ʃən.əst/ (someone who paints or creates abstract art)  :: abstraccionista {m} {f}
abstractionistic {adj} (abstractionist) SEE: abstractionist  ::
abstract noun {n} /ˈæbˌstɹækt naʊn/ (a noun that denotes an abstract concept)  :: sustantivo abstracto {m}
abstract of title {n} /ˈtaɪ.tl̩/ (epitome of the evidences of ownership)  :: resumen de título {m}
abstruse {adj} /æbˈstɹus/ (difficult to comprehend)  :: abstruso {m}
absurd {adj} /æbˈsɝd/ (contrary to reason or propriety)  :: absurdo
absurd {n} (obsolete: an absurdity)  :: absurdo {m}
absurd {n} (that which is absurd)  :: absurdo
absurdism {n} (absurdity) SEE: absurdity  ::
absurdism {n} /æbˈsɝdˌɪz.m̩/ (philosophy which holds that the universe is chaotic and irrational)  :: absurdismo, filosofía del absurdo
absurdity {n} /æbˈsɝd.ɪ.ti/ (the quality of being absurd)  :: absurdo {m}
Abu Dhabi {prop} /ˈɑ.bu ˈdɑ.bi/ (capital of UAE)  :: Abu Dabi
Abuja {prop} /əˈbuːd͡ʒə/ (The capital city of Nigeria)  :: Abuya
abulia {n} /əˈə/ (absence of will-power or decisiveness)  :: abulia {f}
abulic {adj} /ˌeɪˈbju.lɪk/ (relating to abulia)  :: abúlico
Abuna {prop} /əˈbu.nə/ (abuna) SEE: abuna  ::
abundance {n} /əˈbʌn.dn̩s/ (ample sufficiency)  :: abundancia
abundant {adj} /əˈbʌn.dn̩t/ (fully sufficient; plentiful)  :: abundante, copioso, cuantioso
abundantly {adv} /əˈbʌn.dn̩ (in an abundant manner)  :: abundantemente
abundant number {n} /əˈbʌn.dn̩t ˈnʌm.bɚ/ (abundant number)  :: número abundante {m}
Abundius {prop} (male given name)  :: Abundio {m}
abuse {n} (catachresis) SEE: catachresis  ::
abuse {n} (delusion) SEE: delusion  ::
abuse {n} /əˈbjuːs/ (improper usage)  :: abuso {m}
abuse {n} (physical maltreatment)  :: abuso {m}
abuse {n} (sexual violation or assault)  :: abuso sexual {m}
abuse {v} /əˈbjuz/ (to hurt)  :: abusar
abuse {v} (to adulterate) SEE: adulterate  ::
abuse {v} (to deceive)  :: engañar
abuse {v} (to rape)  :: violar
abuse of discretion {n}  :: abuso de discreción {m}
abuser {n} /əˈbju.zɚ/ (one who abuses)  :: abusador {m}
abusio {n} (catachresis) SEE: catachresis  ::
abusive {adj} /əˈbju.sɪv/ (practicing abuse)  :: abusivo
abut {v} /əˈbʌt/ (to touch by means of a mutual border)  :: lindar, colindar, limitar
abut {v} (to border on)  :: bordear
abutment {n} /əˈbʌ̩t/ (state of abutting)  :: estribo {m}
abysm {n} /əˈbɪz.m̩/ (abyss) SEE: abyss  ::
abysmal {adj} /əˈbɪ̩/ (pertaining to, or resembling an abyss; bottomless; unending; profound)  :: abismal, insondable
abysmal {adj} (extremely bad)  :: atroz, desastroso
abyss {n} (bottomless or unfathomed depth)  :: abismo {m}, sima {f}
abyss {n} /əˈbɪs/ (hell, bottomless pit)  :: abismo {m}
abyssal {adj} /əˈbɪs.l̩/ (belonging to the ocean depths)  :: abisal
Abyssinia {prop} /ˌæb.ɪˈsɪn.i.ə/ (historical name of Ethiopia)  :: Abisinia {f}
Abyssinian {adj} /ˌæb.ɪˈsɪn.i.ən/ (of or pertaining to Abyssinia)  :: abisinio
Abyssinian {n} (a native of Abyssinia)  :: abisinio {m}, abisinia {f}
abzyme {n} (antibody with catalytic properties)  :: abzima {f}
AC {initialism} (alternating current)  :: CA, corriente alterna
acacia {n} /əˈkeɪ.ʃə/ (shrub or tree)  :: acacia {f}
academic {adj} /ˌækəˈdɛmɪk/ (belonging to an academy or other higher institution of learning)  :: académico
academic {n}  :: académico {m}, escolar {m}
academic {n} (senior member of an academy, college, or university)  :: académico {m}, escolar {m}
academically {adv} /ˌæk.əˈdɛm.ɪk.ə.li/ (in an academic style or way)  :: académicamente
academician {n}  :: académico {m}
academician {n} /ˌæ.kə.dəˈmɪ.ʃn̩/ (member of an academy)  :: académico {m}, académica {f}, academista {m} {f}
academy {n}  :: academia {f}
academy {n} /əˈkæd.ə.mi/ (learned society)  :: academia {f}
academy {n} (specialized school)  :: cantera {f}
Academy of Sciences {n} (national academy) SEE: national academy  ::
Acadian {adj} /əˈkeɪ.di.n̩/ (Of or pertaining to Acadia)  :: acadio
acajou {n} /ˈæ.kəˌʒu/ (cashew tree) SEE: cashew  ::
acajou {n} (cashew nut) SEE: cashew nut  ::
acajou {n} (wood from trees of Meliaceae family) SEE: mahogany  ::
acalycine {adj} /ˌeiˈkeɪ.lə.saɪn/ (without a calyx)  :: acalicino
acanthaceous {adj} /ˌæk.n̩ˈθeɪ.ʃəs/ (armed with prickles)  :: acantáceo
acanthaceous {adj} (pertaining to the acanthus family)  :: acantáceo
acanthocyte {n} /əˈkæn.θoʊˌsaɪt/ (spiny cell)  :: acantocito {m}
acanthus {n} /əˈkæn.θəs/ (plant)  :: acanto {m}
acanthus {n} (ornament)  :: acanto {m}
a cappella {adv} /ˌɑ kə.ˈpɛl.ə/ (performed by a choir with no instrumental accompaniment)  :: a cappella
acarbose {n} /ˈæ.kɑɹ.boʊs/ (antidiabetic drug)  :: acarbosa {f}
acarophobia {n} /ˌækəɹəˈfəʊbi.ə/  :: acarofobia {f}
acarpous {adj} /eɪ.ˈkɑɹ.pəs/ (not producing fruit)  :: acarpo
acaudate {adj} /eɪ.ˈkɔ.ˌdeɪt/ (tailless) SEE: tailless  ::
acaulescent {adj} /ˌæk.ɔ.ˈlɛs.ənt/ (having no stem)  :: acaule
accede {v} /æk.ˈsid/ (to enter upon an office or dignity)  :: subir, acceder
accede {v} (to agree to a proposal or view)  :: acceder, consentir
accedie {n} (acedia) SEE: acedia  ::
accelerate {v} /ək.ˈsɛl.ə.ˌɹeɪt/ (to cause to move faster)  :: acelerar
accelerate {v} (to become faster)  :: acelerarse
accelerate {v} (to hasten)  :: acelerar, apresurar
accelerate {v} (to quicken natural or ordinary progression or process)  :: acelerar
acceleration {n} /ək.ˌsɛl.ə.ˈɹeɪ.ʃən/ (act or state)  :: aceleración
acceleration {n} ((physics))  :: aceleración {f}
accelerator {n} (accelerator pedal)  :: acelerador {m}, [colloquial, Chile] chala {f}, chancla {f} [Costa Rica], chancleta {f} [Colombia], chola {f} [Venezuela]
accelerator {n} (a device for causing acceleration)  :: acelerador {m}
accelerator {n} /æk.ˈsɛl.ə.ˌɹeɪ.tɚ/ (one who, or that which, accelerates)  :: acelerador {m}
accelerometer {n} /æk.ˌsɛl.ə.ˈɹɑm.ə.tɚ/ (instrument for measuring acceleration)  :: acelerómetro {m}
accent {n} /ˈæk.sɛnt/ (stronger articulation)  :: acento {m}
accent {n} (distinctive pronunciation associated with a region, social group, etc.)  :: acento {m}
accent {n} (music: expressive emphasis of a passage)  :: acento {m}
accent {n} (music: recurring stress on a tone)  :: acento {m}
accent {n} (orthography: mark to indicate accent)  :: acento {m}, tilde {f}
accent {n} (prosody: stress on syllables of a verse)  :: acento {m}
accent {n} (utterance) SEE: utterance  ::
accent {v} /ækˈsɛnt/ (to express the accent of) SEE: accentuate  ::
accent {v} (to emphasize)  :: acentuar
accent {v} (to mark with written accents) SEE: accentuate  ::
accentless {adj} /ˈæk.sɛnt.ləs/ (unaccented) SEE: unaccented  ::
accentor {n} /ək.ˈsɛn.tɚ/ (bird of the Prunella genus)  :: acentor {m}
accentuate {v} /əkˈsen.tʃu.eɪt/ (to pronounce with an accent)  :: acentuar
accentuate {v} (to bring out distinctly)  :: acentuar
accentuate {v} (to mark with a written accent)  :: acentuar
accentuation {n} /ˌæk.ˌsɛn.tʃə.ˈweɪ.ʃən/  :: acentuación
accept {v} /əkˈsɛpt/ (to receive with consent)  :: aceptar
accept {v} (to agree to)  :: aceptar
accept {v} (to receive officially)  :: aceptar
acceptability {n} /ˌæk.ˌsɛp.tə.ˈbɪl.ət.i/ (acceptableness)  :: aceptabilidad {f}
acceptable {adj} /æk.ˈsɛp.tə.bəl/ (capable, worthy or sure of being accepted)  :: aceptable
acceptance {n} ((commerce) An assent and engagement by the person on whom a bill of exchange is drawn)  :: aceptación {f}
acceptance {n} /ək.ˈsɛp.təns/ (receiving of something offered)  :: aceptación {f}
acceptancy {n} (acceptance) SEE: acceptance  ::
acceptor {n} /ək.ˈsɛp.tɚ/ (one who accepts)  :: aceptador {m}
accept service {v} (receive and acknowledge receipt of service of process)  :: recibir la notificación, darse por notificado
access {n} /ˈæk.sɛs/ (way or means of approaching)  :: acceso {m}
access {n} (communication with a computer program or the Internet)  :: acceso {m}
access {n} (computing: process of locating data in memory)  :: acceso {m}
access {v} (computing: to have access to (data))  :: acceder
access {v} (to gain or obtain access to)  :: acceder
access code {n} (alphanumeric sequence)  :: código de acceso {m}
accessibility {n} /æk.ˌsɛs.ə.ˈbɪl.ət.i/ (the quality of being accessible, or of admitting approach)  :: accesibilidad {f}
accessible {adj} /ək.ˈsɛs.ə.bəl/ (easy of access or approach)  :: accesible, asequible
accessible {adj} (of a person, approachable)  :: accesible
accession {n} /æk.ˈsɛ.ʃən/ (a coming to)  :: ascenso {f}
accessory {adj} (assisting a crime)  :: cómplice
accessory {adj} /əkˈsɛsəɹi/ (having a supplementary function)  :: accesorio, auxiliar
accessory {n}  :: accesorio {m}
accessory {n} (contributor to an offense)  :: cómplice {m} {f}
accessory {n} (that which belongs to something else deemed the principal, attachment)  :: accesorio {m}, complemento {m}
accessory after the fact {n} (person who assists or protects someone wanted by the police in connection with a crime)  :: cómplice encubridor {m}, encubridor {m}
accessory before the fact {n} (one who commands or counsels an offense)  :: cómplice instigador {m}, instigador {m}, inductor {m}
accessory fruit {n} (A fruit with tissue not derived from ovary)  :: infrutescencia {f}
accident {n} /ˈæk.sə.dənt/ (unexpected event with negative consequences)  :: accidente {m}
accident {n} (transport: unintended event that causes damage)  :: accidente
accidental {adj} /ˌæk.sɪ.ˈdɛ̩/ (happening by chance)  :: accidental, casual, imprevisto, fortuito
accidentally {adv} /ˌæksəˈdɛnt(ə)li/ (unexpectedly, unintentionally)  :: accidentalmente
accidentally on purpose {adv} (deliberately but seemingly accidentally)  :: sin querer queriendo
accidently {adv} (unexpectedly, unintentionally) SEE: accidentally  ::
acclaim {n} (acclamation)  :: aclamación {f}
acclaim {v} /ə.ˈkleɪm/ (to shout)  :: gritar
acclaim {v} (to applaud)  :: aclamar, aplaudir
acclaim {v} (to declare by acclamations)  :: aclamar
acclaim {v} (to shout applause)  :: aclamar
acclamation {n} /æk.lə.ˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (applause)  :: aclamación
acclimate {v} /ˈæk.lɪ.meɪt/ ((transitive, mainly US) to habituate to a climate not native; to acclimatize)  :: aclimatar
acclimation {n} /æk.lə.ˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (acclimatization) SEE: acclimatization  ::
acclimatization {n} /ə.ˌklaɪ.mə.tə.ˈzeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of acclimatizing)  :: aclimatación {f}
acclimatize {v} /ɘ.ˈklaɪ.mə.ˌtaɪz/ (to get used to a new climate)  :: aclimatarse
acclimatize {v} (to make used to a new climate)  :: aclimatarse
accoil {v} /æ(k).ˈkɔɪl/ (nautical sense) SEE: coil  ::
accolade {n} /ˈæk.ə.ˌleɪd/ (an expression of approval; praise)  :: elogio {m}
accolade {n} (a salutation marking the conferring of knighthood)  :: acolada {f}
accolade {n} (a special acknowledgment; an award)  :: galardón {f}
accommodate {v} /əˈkɑməˌdeɪt/ (to render fit or suitable)  :: acomodar
accommodate {v} (to adapt to fit)  :: acomodar, adaptar
accommodate {v} (to furnish with something desired)  :: satisfacer
accommodation {n} /ə.ˌkɑm.ə.ˈdeɪ.ʃən/ (lodging)  :: alojamiento {m}, hospedaje {m}
accompaniment {n} /ə.ˈkʌm.pə.ni.mənt/ (music: that which gives support or adds to the background)  :: acompañamiento {m}
accompaniment {n} (that which accompanies)  :: acompañamiento {m}
accompanist {n} /əˈ.kʌm.pə.nɪst/ (performer who takes the accompanying part)  :: acompañante {m} {f}
accompany {v} /ə.ˈkʌm.pə.ni/ (to perform an accompanying part or parts in a composition)  :: acompañar
accompany {v} (to attend as a companion)  :: acompañar
accompany {v} (to perform an accompanying part next to another instrument)  :: acompañar
accomplice {n} (associate in the commission of a crime)  :: cómplice {m} {f}
accomplice {n} /ə.ˈkɑm.pləs/ (cooperator)  :: cómplice {m} {f}
accomplish {v} /əˈkʌm.plɪʃ/ (to finish successfully)  :: efectuar, realizar, lograr
accomplish {v} (to complete, as time or distance)  :: completar
accomplished {adj} /ə.ˈkɑm.plɪʃt/ (completed)  :: logrado, realizado, cumplido, consumado
accomplishment {n} /ə.ˈkɒm.plɪʃ.mənt/ (the act of accomplishing)  :: logro {m}, éxito {m}
accord {n} (an agreement)  :: acuerdo {m}
accord {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹd/ (agreement or concurrence of opinion)  :: acuerdo {m}, convenio {m}
accord {v} (transitive: to make to agree or correspond)  :: acordar, concordar con
accordance {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹd.əns/ (agreement; harmony; conformity)  :: acuerdo {m}, conformidad {f}
accordingly {adv} /ə.ˈkɔɹ.dɪŋ.li/ (agreeably; correspondingly; suitably; in a manner conformable)  :: en consecuencia
accordingly {adv} (in natural sequence; consequently; so)  :: por consiguiente, consecuentemente
according to {prep} (based on statement)  :: según, acorde a
according to {prep} (in proportion)  :: según, acorde a, de acuerdo a
accordion {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹ.di.ən/ (A small, portable, keyed wind instrument)  :: acordeón {m}
accordionist {n} /ə.ˈkɔɹd.i.ə.nəst/ (player of the accordion)  :: acordeonista {m} {f}
accost {v} /ə.ˈkɔst/  :: acercarse a
accoucheur {n} /ˌæ.ku.ˈʃɝ/ (man who assists women in childbirth)  :: matrón
account {n} (an authorization to use a service)  :: cuenta {f}
account {n} ((archaic) reckoning, calculation)  :: cálculo {m}
account {n} (a statement in general of reasons, causes, grounds, etc.)  :: reporte {m}
account {n} (a statement of facts or occurrences)  :: reporte {m}
account {n}  :: cuenta {f}
account {n} /ə.ˈkaʊnt/ (a registry of pecuniary transactions)  :: cuenta {f}
account {v} (account for) SEE: account for  ::
account {v} (credit (to)) SEE: credit  ::
accountability {n} /ə.ˌkaʊn.tə.ˈbɪl.ət.i/ (state of being accountable)  :: responsabilidad {f}
accountable {adj} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tə.bəl/ (Having accountability)  :: responsable
accountably {adv} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tə.bli/ (in an accountable manner)  :: responsablemente
accountancy {n} /ə.ˈkaʊnt.ə (the profession of accounting)  :: contabilidad {f}
accountant {n} (a reckoner, or someone who maintains financial matters for a person(s))  :: contable {m} [Spain], contador {m} [Latin America]
accountant {n}  :: contable
accountant {n} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tənt/ (one who renders account; one accountable)  :: [Latin America] contador {m}, contadora {f}, [Spain] contable {m} {f}
accountant {n} (one whose profession includes organizing, maintaining and auditing the records of another)  :: contable {m} [Spain], contador {m} [Latin America]
account book {n} (a book in which accounts are kept)  :: libro contable {m}
accounting {n} /ə.ˈkaʊn.tɪŋ/ (development and maintenance of system for recording and analyzing financial transactions)  :: contabilidad {f}
accounts payable {n} (money that is owed by a party, and is counted by that party as a debit)  :: cuentas pendientes de pago {f-p}, cuentas a pagar {f-p}
accounts receivable {n} (total monetary amount)  :: deuda activa {f}
account statement {n} (bank statement) SEE: bank statement  ::
account to {v} (to be responsible to)  :: responder a
accourage {v} /əˈkɜɹɪd͡ʒ/ (encourage) SEE: encourage  ::
Accra {prop} /ə.ˈkɹɑ/ (capital of Ghana)  :: Acra {f}
accredit {v} /ə.ˈkɹɛd.ɪt/ (To put or bring into credit; to invest with credit or authority; to sanction)  :: acreditar
accredit {v} (To send with letters credential, as an ambassador, envoy, or diplomatic agent; to authorize, as a messenger or delegate.)  :: acreditar
accreditation {n} /əˌkɹɛɾ.ɨˈteɪ.ʃən]/ (giving of credentials)  :: acreditación, homologación {f}
accretion {n} /ə.ˈkɹi.ʃən/ (act of increasing by natural growth)  :: aumento, crecimiento, acreción {f}, acrecencia {f}
accretion disk {n} (structure formed by matter falling into a gravitational source)  :: disco de acrecimiento {m}
accrual {n} /əˈkɹuːəl/ (an increase)  :: incremento {m}, acumulación {f}
accrue {v} /əˈkɹuː/ (increase)  :: acrecentar, acumular, aumentar
accrue {v} (to become an enforceable and permanent right)  :: adquirir
accrue {v} (to be incurred as a result of the passage of time)  :: devengar
acculturation {n} /ə.ˌkʌl.tʃə.ˈɹeɪ.ʃən/ (process by which the culture of an isolated society changes)  :: aculturación {m}
acculture {v} /əˈkʌl.tʃəɹ/ (familiarize oneself with a new culture)  :: aculturar
accumulate {v} /ə.ˈkjum.jə.ˌleɪt/ (to pile up)  :: acumular, amontonar
accumulate {v} (to grow in number)  :: acumularse
accumulation {n} /ə.ˌkjum.jə.ˈle.ʃən/ (act of accumulating, the state of being accumulated)  :: acumulación {f}
accumulator {n} /ə.ˈkjum.jə.ˌleɪ.tɚ/ (one who or that which accumulates)  :: acumulador {m}
accuracy {n} /ˈæk.jɚ.ə.si/ (state of being accurate)  :: exactitud, precisión {f}
accurate {adj} /ˈæk.jɚ.ɪt/ (exact or careful conformity to truth)  :: preciso, exacto, justo, correcto
accusation {n} /ˌæk.jʊ.ˈzeɪ.ʃən/ (act of accusing or charging with a crime)  :: acusación {f}
accusation {n} (declaration of fault or blame against another)  :: acusación {f}
accusative {adj} /əˈkjuzətɪv/ (producing accusations; accusatory)  :: acusativo
accusative {adj} (related to accusative case)  :: acusativo
accusative {n} (accusative case)  :: acusativo {m}, caso acusativo {m}
accusative case {n} (case used to mark the immediate object) SEE: accusative  ::
accusatory {adj} /ə.ˈkju.zə.ˌtɔɹ.i/ (pertaining to, or containing, an accusation)  :: acusatorio
accuse {v} /ə.ˈkjuz/ (attribute blame to someone)  :: acusar, denunciar
accused {adj} (having been accused)  :: acusado
accused {n} /ə.ˈkjuzd/ (defendant)  :: acusado {m}
accuser {n} /əˑˈkju.zɚ/ (one who accuses)  :: acusador {m}
accustom {v}  :: acostumbrarse
accustom {v} (cohabit) SEE: cohabit  ::
accustom {v} /ə.ˈkʌs.təm/ (to make familiar by use)  :: acostumbrarse, habituar
accustomed {adj} /ə.ˈkʌs.təmd/ (familiar)  :: acostumbrado
ace {n} (baseball: best pitcher on the team)  :: pitcher experto {m}, lanzador experto {m}
ace {n} (card with a single spot)  :: as {m}
ace {n} /eɪs/ (single point or spot on a card or die)  :: as {m}
ace {n} (excellent military aircraft pilot)  :: as {m}
ace {n} (expert)  :: es {m}
ace {n} (golf: hole in one) SEE: hole in one  ::
ace {n} (tennis: point scored without the opponent hitting the ball)  :: ace {m}
acedia {n} /əˈsiːdɪə/ (boredom) SEE: boredom  ::
Aceh {prop} (language) SEE: Acehnese  ::
ace in the hole {n} (unrevealed advantage)  :: as en la manga
acenaphthene {n} (hydrocarbon found in coal tar)  :: acenafteno {m}
acene {n} (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon)  :: aceno {m}, poliaceno {m}
ace of clubs {n} (playing card)  :: as de tréboles {m}
ace of diamonds {n} (playing card)  :: as de diamantes {m}, as de oros {m}
ace of hearts {n} (playing card)  :: as de corazones {m}
ace of spades {n} /eɪs.əv.speɪdz/ (the playing card belonging to the spades suit and featuring one pip)  :: as de picos {m}
acephalic {adj} (headless) SEE: headless  ::
acephalous {adj} /əˈsɛfələs/ (headless) SEE: headless  ::
acephalous {adj} (without a leader or chief) SEE: leaderless  ::
acerb {adj} (bitter to the taste)  :: acerbo
acerbic {adj} /əˈsɜ(ɹ)bɪk/ (sour or bitter)  :: acerbo
acerbic {adj} (sharp, biting)  :: acerbo
acerbity {n} /əˈsɝbɪdi/  :: amargura {f}
acerola {n} /æ.səˈɹəʊ.lə/ (fruit)  :: acerola {f}, semeruco {m}
acetal {n} /ˈæsɪˌtæl/ (any diether of a geminal diol)  :: acetal {m}
acetaldehyde {n} /ˌæs.ɪˈtæl.dəˌhaɪd/ (the organic compound CH3CHO)  :: acetaldehído {m}
acetalization {n} (reaction that yields an acetal)  :: acetalización {f}
acetamide {n} (amide of acetic acid)  :: acetamida {f}
acetate {n} (cellulose acetate) SEE: cellulose acetate  ::
acetate {n} (salt or ester of acetic acid)  :: acetato {m}
acetic {adj} (pertaining to acetic acid)  :: acético
acetic {adj} (pertaining to vinegar)  :: acético
acetic acid {n} (clear colourless organic acid, CH3COOH)  :: ácido acético {m}
acetify {v} (convert into acid or vinegar)  :: acetificar
acetimeter {n} (an instrument)  :: acetímetro {m}
acetone {n} /ˈæ.sə.toʊn/ (the organic compound (CH3)2CO)  :: acetona {f}
acetonitrile {n} (the simplest organic cyanide or nitrile)  :: acetonitrilo {m}
acetyl {n} (univalent radical)  :: acetil {m}, acetilo {m}
acetyl chloride {n} (acyl chloride of acetic acid)  :: cloruro de etanoilo
acetylcholine {n} (the neurotransmitter compound)  :: acetilcolina {f}
acetylcholinesterase {n} (enzyme)  :: acetilcolinesterasa {f}
acetylene {n} /ə ˈsɛt əl ˌin/ (acetylene)  :: acetileno {m}
acetylglucosamine {n} (amide derivative of glucose)  :: acetilglucosamina {f}
acetylneuraminic {adj} (describing acetyle derivatives)  :: acetilneuramínico
acetylneuraminic acid {n} (sialic acid)  :: ácido acetilneuramínico {m}
acetylsalicylic {adj} (derivative)  :: acetilsalicílico
acetylsalicylic acid {n} (acetate ester of salicylic acid; aspirin)  :: ácido acetilsalicílico {m}
acetyltransferase {n} (transacetylase) SEE: transacetylase  ::
Achaemenid {adj} /əˈkiːmənɪd/ (relating to the dynasty which ruled the Persian empire c. 550–330 BCE)  :: aqueménida
a chain is only as strong as its weakest link {proverb} (aphorism)  :: una cadena es tan fuerte como su eslabón más débil
ache {n} (dull pain)  :: dolor {m}
ache {v} /eɪk/ (be in pain)  :: doler, sufrir
ache for {v} (to desire or want very much)  :: anhelar, ansiar
acheilia {n} (liplessness) SEE: liplessness  ::
acheilous {adj} (lipless) SEE: lipless  ::
achelate {adj} (clawless) SEE: clawless  ::
achene {n} /əˈkiːn/ (small dry fruit)  :: aquenio {m}
Acheron {prop} /ˈæ.kəɹ.ən/ (a river)  :: Aqueronte {m}, Aquerón {m}
achieve {v} /əˈtʃiːv/ (to carry out successfully; to accomplish)  :: conseguir, lograr
achieve {v}  :: lograr, realizar
achieve {v} (to obtain, or gain as the result of exertion)  :: conseguir, lograr
achievement {n} (a reward in video games)  :: logro {m}
achievement {n} /əˈtʃiːvmənt/ (act of achieving or performing)  :: logro {m}
achievement {n}  :: realización {f}, logro {m}
Achilles {prop} /əˈkɪliːz/ (Greek mythical hero)  :: Aquiles {m}
Achilles heel {n} (Achilles' tendon) SEE: Achilles' tendon  ::
Achilles heel {n} /əˌkɪl.iːz ˈhiːl/ (vulnerability in an otherwise strong situation)  :: talón de Aquiles {m}
Achilles tendon {n} (strong tendon in the calf of the leg)  :: tendón aquíleo {m}, tendón de Aquiles {m}, tendón calcáneo {m}
achiote {n} (dye) SEE: annatto  ::
achiote {n} (seed) SEE: annatto  ::
achiote {n} /ˌɑtʃiːˈoʊti/ (Bixa orellana) SEE: annatto  ::
achondroplasia {n} (the genetic disorder)  :: acondroplasia {f}
achoo {interj} /əˈt͡ʃuː/ (the sound of a sneeze)  :: ¡achís!
achromatic {adj} /ˌækɹəʊˈmæt.ɪk/ (optics: free from colour)  :: acromático {m}
achromatic {adj} (biology: uncoloured)  :: acromático {m}
achromatic {adj} (containing components to prevent colour-related distortion)  :: acromático {m}
achromaticity {n} (achromatism) SEE: achromatism  ::
achromatism {n} (achromatopia)  :: acromatismo
achromotrichia {n} (absence of pigmentation in the hair)  :: acromotriquia {f}
acid {adj} /ˈæs.ɪd/ (sour, sharp, or biting to the taste)  :: agrio, ácido
acid {adj} (of or pertaining to an acid)  :: ácido
acid {adj} (sour-tempered)  :: malhumorado
acid {n} (a sour substance)  :: ácido {m}
acid {n} (in chemistry)  :: ácido {m}
acidic {adj} /əˈsɪdɪk/ (chemistry: having pH less than 7)  :: ácido
acidic {adj} (of or relating to acid)  :: ácido
acidification {n} (the act or process of making something sour (acidifying), or changing into an acid)  :: acidificación
acidify {v} (to make something acidic)  :: acidificar
acidimeter {n} (instrument)  :: acidímetro {m}
acidimetry {n} (measurement of the strength of acids)  :: acidimetría {f}
acidity {n} /əˈsɪdɪti/ (quality or state of being acid)  :: acidez {f}
acidness {n} (acidity) SEE: acidity  ::
acidophile {n} (organism that thrives under acidic conditions)  :: acidófilo {m}
acidophilia {n} (affinity for acidic conditions)  :: acidofilia
acidosis {n} (abnormally increased acidity of the blood)  :: acidosis {f}
acid rain {n} (unusually acidic rain)  :: lluvia ácida {f}
acid test {n} (Rigorous test or appraisal of the quality or worth)  :: prueba de fuego
acinaces {n} (ancient short sword or saber)  :: acinace {m}
acinesic {adj} (akinesic) SEE: akinesic  ::
acknowledge {v} /ækˈnɑː.lɪdʒ/ (to notify receipt)  :: acusar recibo
acknowledged {adj} (recognized)  :: reconocido, aceptado, admitido
acknowledgment {n} (act of acknowledging)  :: reconocimiento
acknowledgment {n}  :: reconocimiento {m}
aclinic {adj} (without inclination)  :: aclínico
acme {n} /ˈæk.mi/ (the highest point)  :: acmé {m} {f}, apogeo {m}, cúspide {f}
acme {n} (the crisis or height of a disease)  :: acmé {m} {f}
acne {n}  :: acné
acne {n} /ˈæ (a skin condition)  :: acné {m}
acoelomate {adj} (having no coelom)  :: acelomado
acoelous {adj} (acoelomate) SEE: acoelomate  ::
Acoetes {prop} /əˈsiːtiːz/ (Acoetes)  :: Acetes {m}
acolyte {n} /ˈæ.kə.laɪt/ (in general: assistant)  :: ayudante {m} {f}
aconite {n} /ˈæ.kə.naɪt/ (herb wolfsbane)  :: acónito {m}
acorn {n} /ˈeɪ.kɔɹn/ (fruit of the oak tree)  :: bellota {f}
acorn squash {n} (Cucurbita pepo)  :: calabaza bellota
acorn woodpecker {n} (Melanerpes formicivorus)  :: carpintero bellotero {m}
A Coruña {prop} (city in Galicia)  :: La Coruña
acoustic {adj} /əˈkuːstɪk/ (pertaining to hearing or the science of sounds)  :: acústico
acoustic {adj} (producing or produced without electrical amplification)  :: acústico
acoustical {adj} (of or pertaining to hearing or acoustics)  :: acústico
acoustically {adv} (in an acoustic manner)  :: acústicamente
acoustic guitar {n} (hollow-body guitar)  :: guitarra acústica {f}
acoustics {n} /əˈkuːstɪks/ (quality of a space for doing music)  :: acústica {f}
acoustics {n} (physics: a science of sounds)  :: acústica {f}
acqua alta {n} /ˌækwə ˈæltə/ (regular flooding in Venice)  :: acqua alta {f}
acquaint {v} /əˈkweɪnt/ (to furnish or give experimental knowledge of)  :: dar a conocer
acquaint {v} (to familiarize; to accustom)  :: familiarizar
acquaintance {n} /ʌˈkweɪn.təns/ (state of being acquainted)  :: amistad {f}, conocimiento {m}, junta {f}, relación {f}, trato {m}
acquaintance {n} (person)  :: conocido {m}, conocida {f}
acquainted {adj} /əˈkweɪntɪd/ (familiar)  :: conocido
acquiesce {v} /ˌækwiˈɛs/ (rest satisfied)  :: conformarse, quiescer
acquiesce {v} (concur upon conviction)  :: consentir, quiescer
acquiescence {n} /ˈæk.wiːˌɛs.əns/ (silent or passive assent)  :: aquiescencia {f}, consentimiento {m}
acquirable {adj} (capable of being acquired)  :: adquirible
acquire {v} /əˈkwaɪɹ/ (to get)  :: obtener
acquire {v} (to gain, usually by one's own exertions; to get as one's own)  :: adquirir
acquired immune deficiency syndrome {n} (infectious disease caused by HIV)  :: síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida {m}
acquis communautaire {n} (the full body of EU law)  :: Acervo comunitario {m}
acquisition {n} /æ.kwɪ.ˈzɪ.ʃən/ (act or process of acquiring)  :: adquisición {f}
acquisitive {adj} (able to make acquisitions)  :: adquisitivo, codicioso
acquisitor {n} (one who acquires)  :: adquirente {m} {f}, adquiriente {m} {f}
acquit {v} /əˈkwɪt/ (to discharge from an obligation)  :: absolver, exculpar
acquit {v} (to discharge a claim or debt)  :: exculpar
acquittal {n} /əˈkwɪ.d(ə)l/ (legal decision of not guilty)  :: absolución {f}
acrasia {n} (lack of self-control)  :: acrasia {f}
acre {n} /ˈeɪ.kɚ/ (unit of surface area)  :: acre {m}
acreage {n} (land measured in acres)  :: superficie medida en acres {f}
acrid {adj} /ˈæk.ɹɪd/ (Sharp and harsh, or bitter and not to the taste; pungent)  :: acre
acrid {adj} (Caustic; bitter; bitterly irritating)  :: acre, mordaz
acrimonious {adj} /æk.ɹɪ.ˈmoʊ̯.ni.əs/ (sharp and harsh)  :: áspero {m}, cáustico {m}, sarcástico {m}
acrimoniously {adv} (in an acrimonious manner)  :: enconadamente
acrimony {n} (bitter hatred)  :: acrimonia {f}
acritarch {n} (small, unclassifiable organic fossil)  :: acritarco {m}
acro {n} (acrobatic gymnastics) SEE: acrobatic gymnastics  ::
acrobat {n} /ˈæk.ɹo.bæt/ (an athlete who performs acts requiring skill, agility and coordination)  :: acróbata {m} {f}, saltimbanqui {m}, equilibrista {m}
acrobatic {adj} (of or pertaining to an acrobat)  :: acrobático
acrobatics {n} (art of performing acrobatic feats)  :: acrobática {f}
acrolect {n} /ˈæk.ɹə.lɛkt/ (variety of speech that is considered the standard form)  :: acrolecto {m}
acrolein {n} (a pungent, acrid, poisonous liquid aldehyde)  :: acroleína {f}
acromegaly {n} (chronic disease marked by enlargement of the bones)  :: acromegalia {f}
acromial {adj} (pertaining to the acromion)  :: acromial, acromiano
acronym {n} /ˈæk.ɹə.nɪm/ (word formed by initial letters)  :: acrónimo {m}
acronymization {n} (act of turning a phrase into an acronym)  :: acronimia {f}
acropolis {n} /əˈkɹɒpəlɪs/ (promontory of Ancient Greek cities)  :: acrópolis {f}
Acropolis {prop} /əˈkɹɒpəlɪs/ (Athenian Acropolis)  :: Acrópolis {f}
across {prep} /əˈkɹɒs/ (from the far side)  :: a través
across {prep} (from one side to another)  :: através, atravesado
across {prep} (on the opposite side)  :: al otro lado de
across the board {adv} (pertaining to all categories or things)  :: generalizado
across the pond {prep} (on the other side of Atlantic Ocean)  :: al otro lado del charco
acrostic {n} /əˈkɹɔstɪk/ (poem or text with certain letters spelling out a name or message)  :: acróstico {m}
acrostical {adj} (like an acrostic)  :: acróstico
acrylamide {n} (Amide of acrylic acid)  :: acrilamida {f}
acrylate {n} (salt or ester of acrylic acid)  :: acrilato {m}
acrylic {adj} /ə.ˈkɹɪ.lɪk/ (derived from acrylic acid or acrylonitrile)  :: acrílico
acrylic {n} (acrylic resin)  :: acrílico {m}
acrylic acid {n} (unsaturated organic acid: CH2CHCOOH)  :: ácido acrílico {m}
acrylonitrile {n} (toxic colourless liquid)  :: acrilonitrilo {m}
act {n} /ækt/ (deed)  :: acto {m}
act {n} (division of theatrical performance)  :: acto {m}
act {n} (formal record of something done)  :: hecho {m}
act {n} (process of doing)  :: acto {m}, acción {f}
act {n} (statute)  :: ley {f}
act {v}  :: actuar
act {v} (to behave in a certain way)  :: comportarse
act {v} (to perform a theatrical role)  :: actuar
actin {n} (a globular structural protein)  :: actina
acting {adj} /ˈæk.tɪŋ/ (temporarily assuming the duties or authority)  :: en funciones , suplente
acting {n} (occupation of an actor)  :: actuación
actinic {adj} (relating to actinism)  :: actínico
actinide {n} (a chemical element positioned under the lanthanides in the periodic table)  :: actínido {m}
actinism {n} (the property of electromagnetic radiation that leads to the production of photochemical effects)  :: actinismo {m}
actinium {n} (chemical element)  :: actinio {m}
actinometer {n} (measuring device)  :: actinómetro {m}
actinometric {adj} (pertaining to actinometry)  :: actinométrico
actinomorphous {adj} (actinomorphic) SEE: actinomorphic  ::
actinomycosis {n} (infectious disease)  :: actinomicosis {f}
action {interj} (signifying the start of something)  :: acción {f}
action {n} /ˈæk.ʃən/ (something done so as to accomplish a purpose)  :: acción {f}
action {n} (law: A charge)  :: acción {f}
action {n} (way of motion or functioning)  :: acción {f}
action movie {n} (a type of motion picture)  :: película de acción {f}
action plan {n} (planned series of actions)  :: plan de acción {m}
actions speak louder than words {proverb} (it's more effective to act than speak)  :: obras son amores, que no buenas razones
action word {n} (verb) SEE: verb  ::
activate {v} /ˈæktɪˌveɪt/ (to put into action)  :: activar
activate {v} (to turn on)  :: activar
activated carbon {n} (absorbent form of finely powdered carbon)  :: carbón activado {m}, carbón grafitizado {m}
activation {n} /æktɪˈveɪʃən/ (making active)  :: activación {f}
activation {n} (process through which molecules are made able to react)  :: activación
activator {n} (chemical increasing transcription)  :: activador
active {adj} /ˈæk.tɪv/ (having the quality or power of acting)  :: activo
active {adj} (in grammar)  :: activo
active ingredient {n} (component responsible of activity)  :: principio activo {m}
actively {adv} (in an active manner)  :: activamente, enérgicamente
active voice {n} (the form in which the subject of a verb carries out some action)  :: voz activa {f}
active volcano {n} (active volcano)  :: volcán activo {m}
activism {n} /ˈæk.tɪ.vɪz.m̩/ (The practice of using action to achieve a result)  :: activismo {m}
activist {n} /ˈæk.tɪ.vɪst/ (one who is politically active)  :: activista {m} {f}
activistic {adj} /æk.tɪˈvɪst.ɪk/ (activist) SEE: activist  ::
activity {n} /ækˈtɪ.vɪ.ti, -tiː, -və.ti/ (state or quality of being active)  :: actividad {f}
activity {n} (something done as an action or a movement)  :: actividad {f}
activity {n} (something done for pleasure or entertainment)  :: actividad {f}
act of God {n} (unforeseen occurrence)  :: fuerza mayor {f}, caso fortuito {m}, cosa de Dios {f}
actomyosin {n} (a protein complex found in muscle fibres)  :: actomiosina {f}
act one's age {v} (to be mature and not childish)  :: comportarse
actor {n} /ˈæk.tə/ (person who performs in a theatrical play or film, see also: actress)  :: actor {m}, actriz {f}
actor {n} (plaintiff) SEE: plaintiff  ::
actress {n} /ˈæk.tɹəs/ (female actor, see also: actor)  :: actriz {f}
Acts {prop} (Book of Acts) SEE: Acts of the Apostles  ::
Acts of the Apostles {prop} (fifth book of the New Testament)  :: Hechos {m-p}, Actos de los Apóstoles {m-p}
actual {adj} /ˈæk.(t)ʃ(ʊ).əl/ (existing in act or reality, not just potentially)  :: real, existente, verdadero, efectivo
actual {adj} (in action at the time being)  :: actual, real
actuality {n} (the state of existing)  :: realidad {f}
actually {adv} /ˈæk.tʃʊ.ə.li/ (In act or in fact; really; in truth; positively)  :: en realidad, de hecho, realmente, de hecho, de veras, [obsolete] de vero
actuary {n} (maker of insurance calculations)  :: actuario {m}
actuator {n} /ˈæk.tjuː.eɪt.ə(ɹ)/ (Something that actuates something else)  :: activador {m}
acuity {n} (sharpness or acuteness)  :: acuidad {f}, agudeza {f}
acumen {n} /əˈkjumən/ (quickness of perception)  :: perspicacia {f}
acuminate {adj} /əˈkjuːmɪnət/ (tapering to a point)  :: acuminado
acupuncturation {n} (acupuncture) SEE: acupuncture  ::
acupuncture {n} /ˈæ.kju.ˌpʌŋk.t͡ʃɝ/ (insertion of needles for remedial purposes)  :: acupuntura {f}
acute {adj} /əˈkjuːt/ (urgent)  :: grave
acute {adj} (geometry: acute-angled) SEE: acute-angled  ::
acute {adj} (geometry: of an angle)  :: agudo
acute {adj} (sensitive)  :: agudo, perspicaz, sagaz
acute {n} (acute accent) SEE: acute accent  ::
acute accent {n} (acute accent)  :: acento agudo {m}
acute angle {n} (angle measuring less than ninety degrees)  :: ángulo agudo {m}
acute-angled triangle {n} (acute triangle) SEE: acute triangle  ::
acute cystitis {n} (urinary tract infection) SEE: urinary tract infection  ::
acutely {adv} (In an acute manner)  :: intensamente
acyl {n} /ˈæ.sɪl/ (any of a class of organic radicals)  :: acil {m}, acilo {m}
acylglycerol {n} (any ester of glycerol)  :: acilglicerol {m}
AD {adv} (anno Domini)  :: d.C. (después de Cristo)
adage {n} /ˈæ.dɪdʒ/ (old saying)  :: adagio {m}, refrán {m}, dicho {m}
adagietto {n} /əˌdæ(d)ʒiːˈɛtəʊ/ (passage)  :: adagietto {m}
Adam {prop} /ˈæ.dəm/ (first man in Abrahamic religions)  :: Adam, Adán
Adam {prop} (male given name)  :: Adán
Adam and Eve {prop} (the first man and woman (according to Genesis))  :: Adán y Eva
adamant {adj} (determined; unshakeable; unyielding)  :: firme, categórico, inflexible, impenetrable, obstinado
adamant {n} (magnet or loadstone) SEE: magnet, loadstone  ::
adamant {n} (rock or mineral)  :: adamantino
adamantane {n} (polycyclic hydrocarbon)  :: adamantano {m}
Adam's apple {n} (the lump in the throat)  :: bocado de Adán {m}, nuez {f}, nuez de Adán {f}, manzana de Adán {f}
adapt {adj} (adapted (adjective))  :: adaptado
adapt {v} /əˈdæpt/ (to make suitable)  :: adaptar, ajustar
adapt {v} (to change to make oneself suitable)  :: adaptarse
adaptability {n} /ədæptəˈbɪlɪti/ (quality of being adaptable; a quality that renders adaptable)  :: adaptabilidad {f}, flexibilidad {f}
adaptable {adj} /əˈdæptəbəl/ (capable of adapting or of being adapted)  :: adaptable, amoldable
adaptation {n} (adjustment to extant conditions)  :: ajuste {f}, modificación {f}
adaptation {n} /ˌædæpˈteɪʃən/ (the quality of being adapted)  :: adaptación {f}, modificación {f}
adaptation {n} (variation)  :: versión {f}
adaptative {adj} (adaptive) SEE: adaptive  ::
adapter {n} (device allowing more plugs at an outlet)  :: adaptador {m}
adapter {n} (device allowing plug to fit in an outlet of different type)  :: adaptador {m}
adapter {n} (device to allow compatibility (in general))  :: adaptador {m}
adapter {n} /əˈdaptə/ (one who adapts something)  :: adaptador {m}
adaptive {adj} (Capable of being adapted or of adapting; susceptible of or undergoing accordant change)  :: adaptable
adaptive {adj} /əˈdæpˌtɪv/ (Of, pertaining to, characterized by or showing adaptation; making or made fit or suitable)  :: adaptativo
adaptive {adj} (Of a trait: that helps an individual to function well in society)  :: adaptativo
add {v} /æd/ (to append, as a statement)  :: añadir
add {v} (to make an addition)  :: añadir
add {v} (to perform the arithmetical operation of addition, to add up)  :: adicionar, sumar
addedly {adv} (in addition)  :: también
adder {n} /ˈædɚ/ (snake)  :: serpiente {f}, culebra {f}, culebre {m}
adder {n} (viper)  :: víbora {f}
add fuel to the fire {v} (worsen a conflict)  :: echar leña al fuego
addict {n} /ˈæ.dɪkt/ (person who is addicted, especially to a harmful drug)  :: drogadicto {m}, adicto {m}, toxicómano {m}
addict {v} (to cause to become addicted)  :: causar adicción en, volver adicto
addiction {n} (a habit or practice)  :: adicción {f}
addiction {n} /əˈdɪkʃən/ (the state of being addicted)  :: adicción {f}
addictive {adj} /əˈdɪktɪv/ (tending to cause addiction)  :: enviciador, adictivo
add insult to injury {v} (to further a loss with mockery or indignity)  :: echar leña al fuego
Addis Ababa {prop} /ˌædɪs ˈæbəbə/ (capital of Ethiopia)  :: Adís Abeba {f}
addition {n} (arithmetic: process of adding)  :: suma {f}, adición {f}
addition {n} /əˈdɪʃən/ (act of adding)  :: adición {f}, añadidura {f}
addition {n} (thing added)  :: adición {f}
additional {adj} /əˈdɪʃənəl/ (Supplemental or added to)  :: adicional, extra, de más
additionally {adv} (by way of addition)  :: adicionalmente, además
additive {n} /ˈæ.də.tɪv/ (substance altering another substance)  :: aditivo {m}
addle {v} /ˈæ.dəl/ (To make addle)  :: confundir, enturbiar
addon {n} (add-on) SEE: add-on  ::
add-on {n} (extension of core application)  :: extensión {f}
address {n} /ˈæˌdɹɛs/ (direction for letters)  :: dirección {f}
address {v} (to aim)  :: dirigir
address {v} (to direct in writing)  :: dirigir
address book {n} (small book with addresses)  :: directorio {m}, agenda de direcciones {f}, libreta de direcciones {f}
addressee {n} (person or organization to which something is addressed or sent)  :: destinatario {m}, consignatario {m}
adduceable {adj} (adducible) SEE: adducible  ::
adduction {n} (physiology: action)  :: aducción
adductor {n} (muscle)  :: aductor
add up {v} (be reasonable or consistent) SEE: make sense  ::
Adela {prop} /ˈæ.də.lə/ (female given name)  :: Adela {f}
Adelaide {prop} /ˈæ.də.leɪd/ (female given name)  :: Adelaida {f}
Adelaide {prop} (state capital of South Australia)  :: Adelaida {f}
Adele {prop} /əˈdɛl/ (female given name) SEE: Adela  ::
Adelie penguin {n} (Pygoscelis adeliae)  :: pingüino adelia {m}
Aden {prop} (seaport of Yemen)  :: Adén {m}
adenectomy {n} (surgical removal of the adenoid glands)  :: adenectomía {f}
adenine {n} /ˈæ.dəˌniːn/ (base that pairs with thymine or uracil)  :: adenina {f}
adenitis {n} /æd ˈənaɪ tɪs/ (glandular inflammation)  :: adenitis {f}
adenoid {n} (folds of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium)  :: adenoide {f}
adenoidectomy {n} (surgical removal of the adenoids or growths thereof)  :: adenoidectomía {f}
adenoma {n} /æd ˈənoʊ mʌ/ (benign tumour)  :: adenoma {m}
adenosine {n} /əˈdɛn əʊ sɪn/ (nucleoside)  :: adenosina {f}
adenosine triphosphate {n} (adenosine triphosphate)  :: trifosfato de adenosina {m}, adenosín trifosfato {m}
adept {adj} /əˈdɛpt/ (well skilled)  :: experto, hábil
adept {n} (one fully skilled or well versed in anything)  :: experto {m}, experta {f}
adequacy {n} (sufficiency)  :: cantidad suficiente {f}
adequate {adj} /ˈæd.ʌ.kwɪt/ (equal to some requirement)  :: adecuado
adequately {adv} (in an adequate manner)  :: adecuadamente
adessive case {n} (noun case used to indicate adjacent location)  :: caso adesivo {m}
adhan {n} /ɑːˈðɑːn/ ((Islam) The call to prayer)  :: llamada a la oración {f}, adhan {m}
adhere {v} /ædˈhiɹ/ (To stick fast or cleave)  :: pegarse, adherirse
adhere {v} (To be consistent or coherent; to be in accordance; to agree)  :: adherirse a, cumplir con
adherence {n} (union of two objects)  :: adhesión {f}
adherent {adj} (adhesive)  :: adhesivo
adherent {adj} (that has the quality of clinging)  :: adherente
adherent {n} (a person who has membership in some group)  :: adherente {m}
adhesion {n} (ability of a substance to stick to an unlike substance)  :: adhesión {f}
adhesion {n} (binding of a cell)  :: adhesión
adhesive {adj} /ædˈhi.sɪv/ (sticky)  :: adhesivo
adhesive {n} (substance that provides or promotes adhesion)  :: adhesivo {m}
adhesive capsulitis {n} (disorder)  :: capsulitis adhesiva {f}
adhesive tape {n} (adhesive tape generally)  :: [formal usage] cinta adhesiva {f}, [Spain] celo {m}, [Colombia] cinta pegante {f}, [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay] cinta Scotch {f}, [Mexico] diurex {m}, [Southern Spain] fixo {m}, [Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico] tape {m}, [Venezuela] teipe {m}, [Dominican Republic] teipi {m}, cinta escocesa {f}
adhesive tape {n} (medical tape)  :: esparadrapo {m}
ad hoc {adj} /ˌæd ˈhɒk/ (for this particular purpose)  :: ad hoc
ad hoc {adj} (impromptu) SEE: impromptu  ::
ad hoc {adj} (special) SEE: special  ::
adhocracy {n} /adˈhɒkɹəsi/ (organization designed to be flexible and responsive to the needs of the moment)  :: adhocracia {f}
ad hominem {n} (personal attack)  :: ataque personal {m}
adiabatic {adj} /ædɪəˈbætɪk/ (occurring without gain or loss of heat)  :: adiabático {m}
adieu {interj} /əˈdu/ (farewell, goodbye) SEE: goodbye  ::
adieu {n} (a farewell)  :: adiós {m}
Adige {prop} /ˈadɪdʒeɪ/ (river in South Tyrol)  :: Adigio {m}
adimensional {adj} (without dimensions)  :: adimensional
ad infinitum {adv} /ˌæd ɪnfɪˈnaɪtəm/ (endlessly)  :: al infinito, indefinidamente, sinfín
adios {interj} /ˌæ.di.ˈɔs/ (goodbye) SEE: goodbye  ::
adipate {n} (salt or ester of adipic acid)  :: adipato {m}
adipic {adj} (of or derived from adipic acid)  :: adípico
adipic acid {n} (crystalline dicarboxylic acid)  :: ácido adípico
adipocere {n} /ˈædɪpoˌsiə(ɹ)/ (waxy substance that forms on dead animal tissues)  :: adipocira {f}
adiponectin {n} (protein hormone)  :: adiponectina {f}
adipose {adj} /ˈæd.ɪ.poʊs/ (containing, composed of, or consisting of fat)  :: adiposo
adipose fin {n} (a soft, fleshy fin found on the back of a fish)  :: aleta adiposa {f}
adipose tissue {n} (tissue)  :: tejido adiposo {m}
adiposity {n} (obesity)  :: adiposidad {f}
adjacency {n} (a relationship of being adjacent to something)  :: adyacencia {f}
adjacency {n} (the quality of being adjacent, or near enough so as to touch)  :: adyacencia {f}
adjacent {adj} /əˈdʒeɪ.sənt/ (lying next to, close, or contiguous; neighboring)  :: adyacente, colindante, contiguo
adjectival {adj} /ˌæ.dʒəkˈtaɪ.vəl/ (functioning as an adjective)  :: adjetival, adjetivo
adjective {adj} /ˈæ.dʒɪk.tɪv/ (adjectival) SEE: adjectival  ::
adjective {adj} (methods of enforcement and rules of procedure)  :: adjetivo
adjective {n} ((grammar) a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun’s referent)  :: adjetivo {m}
adjective {v} (To make an adjective of)  :: adjetivar
adjectivization {n} (the process of adjectivizing, and the result thereof)  :: adjetivación {f}
adjoin {v} /əˈdʒɔɪn/ (to be in contact or connection with)  :: lindar con, colindar con
adjoining {adj} /ʌˈd͡ʒɔɪn.ɪŋ/ (being in contact at some point)  :: contiguo, colindante
adjoint {n} /ˈæˌdʒoɪnt/ (matrix)  :: matriz de adjuntos {f}, matriz de cofactores {f}
adjourn {v} /əˈdʒɝn/ (to postpone)  :: suspender, posponer, diferir
adjourn {v} (to defer)  :: aplazar, posponer
adjourn {v} (to end or suspend an event)  :: suspender
adjournment {n} (the state of being adjourned)  :: suspensión {f}
adjudicate {v} /əˈdʒudɪˌkeɪt/ (to settle a legal case or other dispute)  :: adjudicar, juzgar
adjudicate {v} (to act as a judge)  :: juzgar
adjudicator {n} /æ.dʒu.dɪˈkeɪ.tɔɹ/ (one who adjudicates)  :: juez {m}
adjunct {n} /ˈæd.ʒʌŋkt/ (appendage)  :: adjunto {m}
adjust {v} /əˈdʒʌst/ (to modify)  :: ajustar, arreglar, regular
adjust {v} (to change to fit circumstances)  :: adaptar
adjust {v} (to improve or rectify)  :: ajustar
adjustable {adj} (capable of being adjusted)  :: ajustable, regulable, graduable
adjustable spanner {n} (adjustable hand tool)  :: llave inglesa {f}
adjusted {adj} /əˈdʒʌstɪd/ (compensated in order to avoid bias)  :: ajustado
adjustment {n} /əˈdʒʌst.mənt/ (result of adjusting, small change)  :: ajuste {m}, modificación {f}
adjutant {n} /ˈæ.dʒə.tənt/ (lower-ranking officer)  :: ayudante
adjuvant {adj} /ˈæ.dʒə.vənt/ (Containing an adjuvant)  :: adyuvante
ad lib {adj} (extemporaneous)  :: improvisado
ad lib {adv} /æd ˈlɪb/  :: a voluntad
ad-lib {v} (to improvise)  :: improvisar
adminicle {n} (aid) SEE: aid  ::
adminicle {n} (auxiliary) SEE: auxiliary  ::
administer {v} /ədˈmɪnɪstɚ/ (to cause to take by openly offering or through deceit)  :: administrar
administer {v} (to work in an administrative capacity; to supervise)  :: administrar
administrate {v} (administer) SEE: administer  ::
administration {n} /ədˌmɪnəˈstɹeɪʃən/ (the act of administering)  :: administración {f}
administration {n} (the act of administering or tendering something to another)  :: administración
administration {n} (the executive part of government)  :: administración {f}
administrative {adj} /ədˈmɪ.nəsˌtɹeɪ.ɾɪv/ (of or relating to administering or administration)  :: administrativo
administratively {adv} (in an administrative manner)  :: administrativamente
administrator {n} /ədˈmɪnɪstɹeɪtɚ/ (one who administers affairs)  :: administrador {m}
administrator {n} (law: one to whom the right of administration has been committed)  :: administrador {m}, albacea {m} {f}
admirable {adj} /ˈæd.məɹ.ə.bəl/ (deserving of the highest esteem or admiration)  :: admirable, loable
admirably {adv} /ˈæd.mɪɹ.əˌbli/ (to an admirable degree)  :: admirablemente
admiral {n} /ˈæd.mɚl̩/ (naval officer of the highest rank)  :: almirante {m}
admiral {n} (a naval officer of high rank, immediately below Admiral of the Fleet)  :: almirante {m}
Admiral of the Fleet {prop} (nautical rank)  :: Capitán General de la Armada
admiralty {n} /ˈæd.mɚ.l̩.ti/ (office or jurisdiction)  :: almirantazgo
admiralty law {n} (area of law that deals with ships at sea)  :: derecho marítimo {m}, derecho de la navegación {m}
admiration {n} /ˌæd.mɚˈeɪʃ.ən/ (adoration; appreciation)  :: admiración {f}
admire {v} /ædˈmaɪ.ɚ/ (regard with wonder and delight)  :: admirar
admirer {n} /ædˈmaɪ.ɚ.ɚ/ (one who admires)  :: admirador {m}, admiradora {f}
admiring {adj} /æd.ˈmaɪ.ɚ.ɪŋ/ (feeling or showing admiration)  :: admirativo, de admiración, admirador
admiringly {adv} (in an admiring manner)  :: con admiración
admissible {adj} (capable or deserving to be admitted, accepted or allowed; allowable, permissible, acceptable)  :: admisible, aceptable
admission {n} /ædˈmɪʃ.ən/ (the act or practice of admitting)  :: admisión
admission {n} ((law) acquiescence or concurrence in a statement made by another)  :: admisión {f}, confesión {f}
admission {n} (power or permission to enter)  :: admisión
admit {v} (admit into hospital)  :: ingresar
admit {v} /ədˈmɪt/ (to allow to enter; to grant entrance)  :: admitir, dar entrada
admit {v} (to allow (one) to enter on an office or to enjoy a privilege)  :: dejar entrar
admit {v} (to be capable of, to permit)  :: admitir, reconocer
admittance {n} /ədˈmɪt.n̩s/ (act of admitting)  :: admisión {f}
admittance {n} (permission to enter, the power or right of entrance)  :: entrada {f}, admisión {f}
admittance {n} (physics: reciprocal of impedance)  :: admitancia {f}
admittedly {adv} (by admission)  :: la verdad es que, lo cierto es que, es cierto que
admixture {n}  :: adición {f}, mezcla {f}
admonish {v} /ædˈmɑn.ɪʃ/ (warn or notify of a fault; exhort)  :: amonestar, reprender
admonition {n} (gentle or friendly reproof)  :: admonición {f}
admonitory {adj} (Of or pertaining to an admonition)  :: admonitorio
adnate {adj} (linked or fused)  :: adnato
ad nauseam {adv} (to a sickening degree)  :: ad náuseam, hasta la náusea
adobe {n} /əˈdəʊ.bɪ/ (unburnt brick)  :: adobe {m}
adolescence {n} /ˌædəˈlɛsəns/ (period between childhood and maturity)  :: adolescencia {f}
adolescent {adj} /ˌædəˈlɛsənt/ (characteristic of adolescence)  :: adolescente
adolescent {n} (a teenager)  :: adolescente {m} {f}, muchacho {m}, muchacha {f}, chico {m}, chica {f}
Adolf {prop} (male given name) SEE: Adolph  ::
Adolph {prop} /ˈeɪ.dɑlf/ (male given name)  :: Adolfo
Adonis {n} /əˈdoʊnɪs/ (beautiful man)  :: adonis {m}
adopt {v} /əˈdɑpt/ (to take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen)  :: adoptar, ahijar
adopt {v} (to take or receive as one's own what is not so naturally)  :: adoptar
adoptable {adj} (able to be adopted)  :: adoptable
adoptee {n}  :: adoptado {m}, adoptada {f}
adoption {n} (act of adopting, or state of being adopted)  :: adopción {f}
adoption {n} (admission to a more intimate relation)  :: adopción {f}
adoption {n} (choosing and making that to be one's own which originally was not so)  :: adopción {f}
adoptive {adj} (related through adoption)  :: adoptivo
adoptive father {n} (man who has adopted a child)  :: padre adoptivo {m}
adoptive mother {n} (woman who has adopted a child)  :: madre adoptiva {f}
adorable {adj} /əˈdɔːɹəbəl/ (befitting of being adored)  :: adorable, encantador
adoration {n} (admiration or esteem)  :: adoración {f}
adoration {n} (an act of religious worship)  :: adoración {f}
adoration {n} (the act of adoring)  :: adoración {f}
adore {v} /əˈdɔɹ/ (worship)  :: adorar
adore {v} (love with entire heart and soul)  :: querer
adorn {v} /əˈdɔɹn/ (to make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate)  :: adornar, ornar, engalanar
adornment {n} (a decoration; that which adorns)  :: adorno {m}, decoración {f}
adrenal {adj} /æˈdɹiːnəl/ (pertaining to adrenal glands)  :: adrenal
adrenal {n} (noun sense) SEE: adrenal gland  ::
adrenalectomy {n} (removal of one or both adrenal glands)  :: adrenalectomía {f}
adrenaline {n} /əˈdɹɛnəlɪn/ (the compound epinephrine)  :: adrenalina {f}
adrenergic {adj} (containing or releasing adrenaline)  :: adrenérgico
adrenergic {adj} (having the quality of adrenaline or epinephrine)  :: adrenérgico
adrenocorticotropic {adj} (that stimulates the adrenal cortex)  :: adrenocorticotropo
Adrian {prop} /ˈeɪ.dɹiː.ən/ (male given name)  :: Adriano, Adrián {m}
Adriatic {adj} /ˌeɪ.dɹɹiˈæt.ɪk/ (of or pertaining to the Adriatic)  :: adriático
Adriatic {prop} (Adriatic Sea) SEE: Adriatic Sea  ::
Adriatic Sea {prop} /eɪ.dɹiˈæt.ɪk/ (sea that stretches from the Ionian Sea to the Gulf of Venice)  :: mar Adriático {m}, Adriático {m}
adrift {adj} /əˈdɹɪft/ (floating at random)  :: a la deriva
adrift {adv} (in a drifting condition)  :: a la deriva
adroit {adj} /əˈdɹɔɪt/ (dextrous) SEE: dextrous  ::
adroitness {n} (displays of skillfulness)  :: destreza {f}, habilidad {f}
ADSL {n} (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)  :: ADSL {m}
adstratum {n} (Any language having elements that are responsible for change in neighbouring languages)  :: adstrato {m}
adularia {n} (variety of orthoclase feldspar)  :: adularia {f}
adulator {n} (one who adulates)  :: adulador {m}, aduladora {f}
adult {adj} (fully grown)  :: adulto
adult {adj} (pornographic) SEE: pornographic  ::
adult {n} /əˈdʌlt/ (fully grown human)  :: adulto {m}, adulta {f}
adulter {v} (adulterate) SEE: adulterate  ::
adulterant {n} (that which adulterates)  :: adulterante {m}
adulterate {v} (to corrupt)  :: adulterar
adulteration {n} (The action of adulterating)  :: adulteración {f}
adulterer {n} /əˈdʌltəɹɚ/ (one who commits adultery)  :: adúltero {m}
adulteress {n} (woman or girl who commits adultery)  :: adúltera {f}
adulterous {adj} (of or characterized by adultery)  :: adúltero
adultery {n} /əˈdʌltəɹi/ (sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouse)  :: adulterio {m}
adulthood {n} (time of life)  :: edad adulta {f}, adultez {f}
advance {n} (amount of money)  :: adelanto {m}, avance {m}
advance {n} (forward move)  :: avance, progreso
advance {v} /ədˈvæns/ (to bring forward; to move towards the front; to make to go on)  :: avanzar
advanced {adj} /ədˈvænst/ (at or close to state of the art)  :: avanzado
advanced {adj} (late)  :: avanzado
advancement {n} /ɛdˈvæns.mɛnt/ (state of being advanced)  :: ascenso {m}, progreso {m}
advancement {n} (payment in advance) SEE: advance payment  ::
advance payment {n} (part of a contractually due sum)  :: adelanto {m}
advantage {n} /əd.ˈvæn.tɪdʒ/ (any condition, circumstance, opportunity, or means, particularly favorable to success)  :: ventaja {f}
advantage {n} (superiority; mastery)  :: ventaja {f}
advantage {n} (superiority of state, or that which gives it)  :: beneficio {m}, provecho {m}
advantage {n} (the score where one player wins a point after deuce)  :: ventaja {f}
advantageous {adj} (being of advantage)  :: ventajoso, provechoso
advantageously {adv} (in an advantageous manner)  :: ventajosamente
advection {n} /ædˈvɛkʃən/ (The horizontal movement of a body of atmosphere (or other fluid) along with a concurrent transport of its temperature, humidity etc.)  :: advección {f}
advent {n} /ˈæd.vɛnt/ (coming, arrival)  :: advenimiento {m}, venida {f}
advent {n} (Christianity) SEE: Advent  ::
Advent {prop} (coming of the Christ)  :: Adviento {m}
Advent {prop} (season before Christmas)  :: Adviento {m}
adventitious {adj} (accidental, additional, appearing casually)  :: aleatorio
adventitious {adj} /ˌæd.vənˈtɪʃ.əs/ (from an external source)  :: exógeno
adventitious {adj} (biology: developing in an unusual place or from an unusual source)  :: ectópico, adventicio, auxiliar
adventitious {adj} (genetics, medicine: not congenital)  :: adquirido
adventure {n} /ædˈv̥ɛntʃɚ/ (encountering of risks)  :: aventura {f}
adventure {n} (remarkable occurrence)  :: aventura {f}
adventure {n} (that which happens without design)  :: aventura {f}
adventure {v} (to risk)  :: aventura
adventurer {n} /ædˈvɛn.tʃɚ.ɚ/ (one who enjoys adventures)  :: aventurero {m}, aventurera {f}
adventurous {adj} /ædˈvɛn.tʃɚ.ʌs/ (inclined to adventure)  :: intrépido, aventurero
adventurous {adj} (full of hazard)  :: aventurado, arriesgado
adverb {n} /ˈæd.vɝb/ (lexical category)  :: adverbio {m}
adverbial {adj} /ædˈvɝbi.əl/ (of or relating to an adverb)  :: adverbial
adverbial clause {n} (a subordinate clause that functions as an adverb within a main clause)  :: expresión adverbial {f}
adverbialization {n} (the process of adverbializing)  :: adverbialización {f}
adverbialize {v} (to change into an adverb)  :: adverbializar
adverbial participle {n} (linguistic sense)  :: gerundio
adverbial phrase {n} (Phrase that modifies a verb, adjective, another adverb, or a prepositional phrase)  :: locución adverbial {f}
adversary {n} /ˈæd.vəɹ.sɛɹi/ (opponent)  :: adversario {m}, adversaria {f}
adverse {adj} /ˈæd.və(ɹ)s/ (unfavourable)  :: adverso, desfavorable
adverse {adj} (contrary, hostile)  :: contrario
adverse {adj} (opposite)  :: opuesto
adversity {n} (adverse event)  :: adversidad {f}
adversity {n} /ædˈvɝ.sɪ.ti/ (state of being adverse)  :: adversidad {f}
advert {n} (advertisement) SEE: advertisement  ::
advertently {adv} (on purpose) SEE: on purpose  ::
advertise {v} /ˈæd.vəɹ.taɪz/ ((transitive) to give public notice of; to announce publicly)  :: anunciar
advertise {v} ((intransitive) to provide information about a person or goods and services to influence others)  :: hacer publicidad
advertisement {n} /ˈædvɚˌtaɪzmənt/ (commercial solicitation)  :: anuncio {m}, publicidad {f}, reclamo {m}, aviso {m}, aviso publicitario {m}, anuncio publicitario {m}
advertiser {n} (one who advertises)  :: anunciante {m} {f}
advertising {n} (communication to influence potential customers)  :: publicidad
advertorial {n} /ˌædvɚˈtɔɹi.əl/ (advertisement presented as editorial)  :: publirreportaje {m}, infomercial {m}
advice {n} /ædˈvaɪs/ (opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel)  :: consejo {m}
advice {n} (information or notice given)  :: aviso {m}
advisability {n} /ædˌvaɪz.əˈbɪl.ə.ti/ (the quality of being prudent)  :: conveniencia {f}
advisable {adj} (worthy of being recommended)  :: aconsejable, recomendable, conveniente
advisatory {adj} (advisory) SEE: advisory  ::
advise {v} /ædˈvaɪz/ (to give advice to; to offer an opinion; to counsel; to warn)  :: aconsejar, asesorar
advise {v} (to give information or notice to; to inform)  :: notificar
adviser {n} /ædˈvaɪz.ɚ/ (advisor) SEE: advisor  ::
advisor {n} /ædˈvaɪz.ɚ/ (one who offers advice)  :: consejero {m}, asesor {m}
advisory {adj} (able to give advice)  :: consultivo
advisory opinion {n} (opinion issued by a court that does not have the effect of resolving a specific legal case)  :: opinión consultiva {f}, opinión asesora {f}
advocacy {n} /ˈæd.vəˌkə.si/ (the act of arguing in favour of, or supporting something)  :: apoyo {m}, defensa {f}
advocacy group {n} (people who use various forms of advocacy to influence public opinion)  :: grupo de interés {m}
advocate {n} /ˈæd.və.kət/ (person who argues the case of another)  :: abogado {m}, abogada {f}
advocate {n} (person who speaks in support of something)  :: portavoz, representante, vocero
advocate {v} (argue for)  :: recomendar
advocate {v} (encourage support for)  :: abogar
Adygea {prop} /ɑːdɪˈɡeɪ.ə/ (Adygea, Russia)  :: Adiguesia {m}
Adygei {prop} (Adygei) SEE: Adyghe  ::
Adyghe {prop} /ˈɑː.dɪ.ɡeɪ/ (language spoken in the Republic of Adygea)  :: adigué {m}
adynamia {n} (loss of strength due to a disease)  :: adinamia {f}
adze {n} /ædz/ (cutting tool)  :: azuela {f}
adzuki {n} (azuki bean) SEE: azuki bean  ::
aedile {n} (elected official in Ancient Rome)  :: edil, regidor
Aegean {adj} (of or relating to the Aegean Sea)  :: egeo
Aegean {prop} (Aegean Sea) SEE: Aegean Sea  ::
Aegean Sea {prop} (sea of the northeastern part of the Mediterranean Sea)  :: mar Egeo {m}
Aegidius {prop} (male given name)  :: Egidio
aegis {n} /ˈiː.dʒɪs/ (mythological shield)  :: égida {f}
aegis {n} (protection, guidance)  :: égida {f}
Aeneas {prop} /ɪˈniː.əs/ (Trojan hero)  :: Eneas {m}
Aeneid {prop} /ˈiː.ni.ɪd/ (Classic epic poem that tells the story of Aeneas fleeing Troy and settling in Italy.)  :: Eneida {f}
aeolian {adj} (carried, deposited or eroded by the wind)  :: eólico
aeolian {adj} (of, or relating to the wind)  :: eólico
Aeolus {prop} /iːˈoʊləs/ (character in Greek mythology)  :: Eolo {m}
aerate {v} (to supply oxygen or air)  :: airear, gasear
aeration {n} (the circulation of air)  :: aireación {f}
aerial {adj} /ˈɛːɹ.ɪ.əl/ (taking place in the air)  :: aéreo {m}
aerial {n} (device for receiving or transmitting)  :: antena {f}
aerial device {n} (aerial work platform) SEE: aerial work platform  ::
aerialist {n} (acrobat performing high off the ground) SEE: tightrope walker  ::
aeriferous {adj} (that conveys air)  :: aerífero
aerobe {n} (organism that can tolerate the presence of oxygen)  :: aerobio {m}
aerobic {adj} (involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body)  :: aeróbico {m}
aerobic {adj} (living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen)  :: aeróbico {m}
aerobic {adj} (of or relating to aerobics)  :: aeróbico
aerobics {n} (exercise for cardiovascular fitness)  :: aeróbico {m}
aerobiology {n} (the study of the dispersion of airborne biological materials)  :: aerobiología {f}
aerobiosis {n} (form of life that is sustained by the presence of air)  :: aerobiosis {f}
aerodrome {n} (airfield)  :: aeródromo {m}
aerodynamic {adj} (aerodynamic)  :: aerodinámico
aerodynamical {adj} (aerodynamic)  :: aerodinámico
aerodynamics {n} (The science of the dynamics of bodies moving relative to gases)  :: aerodinámica {f}
aerodynamism {n} (having an aerodynamic shape)  :: aerodinamismo {m}
aeroembolism {n} (condition) SEE: air embolism  ::
aerogram {n} (foldable and gummed paper for writing a letter)  :: aerograma {m}
aerography {n} (branch of surrealist art)  :: aerografía {f}
aerology {n} (branch of meteorology)  :: aerología {f}
aeromancy {n} /ˈeə.ɹə.mæ (divination by use of atmospheric conditions)  :: aeromancia {f}
aerometer {n} (instrument used to measure mass and density of gases)  :: aerómetro {}
aeromodeller {n} (maker of model aircaft)  :: aeromodelista {m} {f}
aeromodelling {n} (building and flying of model aircraft)  :: aeromodelismo {m}
aeronautic {adj} /ˌæɹoˈnɔtɪk/ (having to do with aerial navigation)  :: aeronáutico
aeronautical {adj} (pertaining to the scientific study of flight)  :: aeronáutico
aeronautics {n} (mechanics and science of aircraft)  :: aeronáutica {f}
Aeronian {prop}  :: Aeroniense
aerophobic {adj} (having a fear of flying)  :: aerófobo
aerophone {n} (musical instrument)  :: aerófono
aeroplane {n} /ˈeə.ɹə.pleɪn/ (airplane) SEE: airplane  ::
aerosol {n} (gaseous or airborne cloud of particulate matter)  :: aerosol {m}
aerosol can {n} (pressurized canister)  :: lata de aerosol {f}
aerospace {adj} (of or relating to aircraft)  :: aeroespacial
aerospace {n} (Earth's atmosphere and space the around it)  :: aeroespacio {m}
aerostat {n} (aircraft)  :: aerostato {m}, aeróstato {m}
aerostatic {adj} /ˌeɪəɹə(ʊ)ˈstætɪk/ (pneumatic) SEE: pneumatic  ::
aerostatics {n} (study of gases in equilibrium)  :: aerostática {f}
aerothermal {adj}  :: aerotérmico, aerotérmica
aerothorax {n} (pneumothorax) SEE: pneumothorax  ::
Aeschylus {prop} /ˈɛs.kə.ləs/ (Greek tragedian)  :: Esquilo {m}
aesir {n} (Æsir) SEE: Æsir  ::
Aesop {prop} (ancient Greek author)  :: Esopo {m}
Aesopian {adj} /iːˈsoʊpi.ən/ (Aesopean)  :: esópico
aesthete {n} /ɛsˈθiːt/ (someone who cultivates an unusually high sensitivity to beauty, as in art or nature)  :: esteta {m} {f}
aesthetic {adj} (concerned with beauty)  :: estético {m}
aesthetic {n} (the study of art or beauty) SEE: aesthetics  ::
aesthetically {adv}  :: estéticamente
aestheticism {n} (doctrine which holds aesthetics as the highest ideal)  :: esteticismo {m}
aesthetics {n} /ɛsˈθɛt.ɪks/ (study or philosophy of beauty)  :: estética {f}
aestivation {n} /ˌiːstɪˈveɪʃən/ (state of inactivity and metabolic depression during summer)  :: estivación {f}
aetiology {n} /itiˈɑlədʒi/ (study of causes or origins)  :: etiología {f}
aetites {n} /iˈtaɪdiz/ (eaglestone) SEE: eaglestone  ::
Aetolia {prop} (region of Greece)  :: Etolia
aeviternity {n} (midpoint between time and eternity)  :: eviternidad {f}
afar {adv} /ʌˈfaɹ/ (at, to or from a great distance)  :: a lo lejos, lejos
Afar {prop} (language)  :: afar
a few {determiner} (a small number of)  :: unos, algunos
a few {pron} (a small number of things)  :: pocos
affability {n} (state or quality of being affable)  :: afabilidad {f}
affable {adj} /ˈæf.ə.bəl/ (friendly, courteous, sociable)  :: afable
affable {adj} (mild; benign)  :: amable, tranquilo
affair {n} (adulterous relationship)  :: asunto {m}, rollo {m}, amorío {m}, aventura {f}
affair {n} (any proceeding or action which it is wished to refer to or characterize vaguely)  :: asunto {m}
affair {n} /əˈfɛɹ/ (that which is done or is to be done)  :: negocio {m}
affair {n} (male or female genitals)  :: partes {f}
affair {n} (material object (vaguely designated))  :: asunto {m}
affect {v} /ə.ˈfɛkt/ (to influence or alter)  :: afectar
affect {v} /əˈfɛkt/ (to make a false display of)  :: fingir
affect {v} (to infect or harm)  :: afectar
affect {v} (to move to emotion)  :: afectar, conmover
affectable {adj} (able to be affected)  :: afectable
affectation {n} /ˌæf.ɛkˈteɪ.ʃən/ (an attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real)  :: afectación {f}
affected {adj} /əˈfɛktɪd/ (adfected) SEE: adfected  ::
affected {adj} (resulting from a mostly negative physical effect)  :: afectado, aquejado
affecting {adj} (producing strong emotions)  :: conmovedor
affection {n}  :: cariño
affection {n} (feeling of love or strong attachment)  :: cariño {m}, apego {m}
affection {n} /ʌˈfɛkʃən/ (act of affecting)  :: afecto {m}
affectionate {adj} /əˈfɛkʃənət/ (loving)  :: afectuoso
affectionate {adj} (indicating love)  :: cariñoso
affectionately {adv} (in an affectionate manner)  :: afectuosamente
affective {adj} /əˈfɛktɪv/ (relating to, resulting from, or influenced by the emotions)  :: afectivo
affective {adj} (emotional; emotionally charged)  :: afectivo
afferent {adj} (Carrying towards)  :: aferente
affidavit {n} /ˌæfɪˈdeɪvɪt/ (legal, signed document wherein an affiant makes a sworn statement)  :: declaración jurada {f}, affidávit {m}
affiliate {n} /əˈfɪ (something that is affiliated)  :: afiliado {m}, afiliada {f}, filial {f}
affiliate {v} (to adopt) SEE: adopt  ::
affiliate {v} (to attach (to) or unite (with))  :: afiliar, asociar
affiliation {n} /əˌfɪliˈeɪʃən/ (The relationship resulting from affiliating one thing with another)  :: afiliación {f}, filiación {f}
affine transformation {n} (linear transformation followed by a translation)  :: transformación afín {f}
affinity {n} (attraction between an antibody and an antigen)  :: afinidad
affinity {n} (attraction between atoms)  :: afinidad
affinity {n} /əˈfɪnɪti/ (natural attraction for something)  :: afinidad {f}
affinity {n} (passionate love for something)  :: afinidad {f}
affirm {v} /əˈfɝm/ (to agree with or verify)  :: afirmar
affirm {v} (to support or encourage)  :: afirmar
affirmance {n} (affirmation) SEE: affirmation  ::
affirmation {n} /æfɝˈmeɪʃn/ (that which is affirmed)  :: declaración {f}
affirmative {adj} /əˈfɝmətɪv/ (pertaining to truth)  :: afirmativo
affirmative {adj} (positive)  :: positivo
affirmative {n} (answer that shows agreement or acceptance)  :: oración afirmativa {f}
affirmative action {n} (advantaging minority groups who have traditionally been discriminated) SEE: reverse discrimination  ::
affirmative sentence {n} (sentence that affirms)  :: frase afirmativa {f}
affix {n} /ˈæ.fɪks/ (suffix) SEE: suffix  ::
affix {n}  :: afijo {m}
affix {n} (linguistics: a bound morpheme added to a word’s stem)  :: afijo
affix {v} (to attach)  :: fijar, pegar
afflatus {n} /əˈfleɪtəs/ (sudden rush of creative impulse or inspiration)  :: inspiración {f}
afflict {v} (To cause pain to)  :: afligir
affliction {n} (a state of pain, suffering, distress or agony)  :: aflicción {f}, tribulación {f}
afflictive {adj} (that causes physical or mental pain)  :: aflictivo
affluence {n} /ˈæəns/ (abundance of wealth)  :: abundancia {f}, afluencia {f}, prosperidad {f}
affluent {adj} (abounding in goods or riches; materially wealthy)  :: adinerado {m}, rico {m}
affluent {adj} (abundant)  :: abundante
affluent {adj} (tributary)  :: afluente
affluent {n} /ˈæfluːənt/ (someone wealthy)  :: ricachón {m} [pejorative]
affluent {n} (tributary) SEE: tributary  ::
affordable {adj} /ʌˈfɔɹdʌbəl/ (able to be afforded)  :: asequible
affordance {n} (A potential action that is made possible by a given object or environment)  :: ofrecimiento {m}
affreightment {n} (hire a vessel for cargo)  :: fletamento {m}, flete {m} (hiring of a cargo vehicle)
affricate {n} /ˈæfɹɪkət/ (a sound produced using a combination of a plosive and a fricative)  :: africada {f}
affront {n} (open or intentional offense, slight, or insult)  :: afrenta {f}, afruenta {f}
affront {v} /əˈfɹʌnt/ (to insult intentionally, especially openly)  :: afrentar, ofender
affront {v} (to meet or encounter face to face)  :: afrontar, confrontar
Afghan {adj} (pertaining to Afghanistan)  :: afgano
Afghan {n} /ˈæfˌɡæn/ (person from Afghanistan)  :: afgano {m}, afgana {f}
Afghan hound {n} (Afghan Hound) SEE: Afghan Hound  ::
Afghan Hound {n} /ˌæfɡænˈhæu̯nd/ (Afghan Hound)  :: lebrel afgano {m}
Afghani {adj} (relating to Afghanistan) SEE: Afghan  ::
Afghani {n} (citizen or native of Afghanistan) SEE: Afghan  ::
Afghani {n} (money) SEE: afghani  ::
Afghanistan {prop} /æfˈɡæn.ɪˌstæn/ (country)  :: Afganistán {m}
a-fib {n} (atrial fibrillation) SEE: afib  ::
afire {adj} (literally on fire)  :: ardiendo
aflame {adj} (in flames, on fire)  :: en llamas, llameante
afloat {adv} (floating)  :: a flote
aflutter {adj} /əˈflʌt.ɚ/ (in a state of excited anticipation)  :: agitado
afoot {adv} /əˈfʊt/ (means of locomotion, walking)  :: a pie, andando
afoot {adv} (in progress)  :: en marcha
afoot {adv} (support of the body, standing)  :: en pie, de pie
aforementioned {adj} /əˌfoːˈmɛn.ʃənd/ (previously mentioned)  :: ya mencionado, antedicho, sobredicho
aforesaid {adj} /əˈfɔɹsɛd/ (previously stated)  :: antedicho
a fortiori {adv}  :: a fortiori
afoul {adv} /əˈfaʊl/ (in a state of entanglement or conflict (with))  :: en conflicto con
afraid {adj} ((colloquial) regretful, sorry)  :: temerse que
afraid {adj} /əˈfɹeɪd/ (impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensive)  :: con miedo
afresh {adv} /ʌˈfɹɛʃ/ (anew; again)  :: de nuevo, otra vez
Africa {prop} /ˈæ.fɹɪ.kə/ (continent south of Europe)  :: África {f}
Africa-Eurasia {prop} /ˈæf.ɹɪk.ə.jʊɹˈeɪ.ʒə/ (Afro-Eurasia) SEE: Afro-Eurasia  ::
African {adj} /ˈæf.ɹɪ.kən/ (Of or pertaining to Africa)  :: africano
African {n} (a native of Africa)  :: africano {m}, africana {f}
African American {adj} (African-American) SEE: African-American  ::
African American {n} (African-American) SEE: African-American  ::
African-American {adj} (American and black)  :: afroamericano
African-American {n} (A black American)  :: afroamericano {m}, afroamericana {f}
African elephant {n} (Loxodonta africana or Loxodonta cyclotis found in Africa)  :: elefante africano {m}
Africanism {n} (Eurocentric representation of Africans)  :: africanismo {m}
African Union {prop} (multinational organisation)  :: Unión Africana {f}
African violet {n} (perennial plant of the genus Saintpaulia)  :: violeta africana {f}
African wild dog {n} (Lycaon pictus) SEE: African hunting dog  ::
Afrikaans {prop} /ˌɑːfɹɪˈkɑːnz/ (language)  :: afrikáans {m}
Afrikaner {n} (breed of cattle) SEE: Afrikander  ::
Afrikaner {n} (member of ethnic group)  :: afrikáner {m}, bóer {m}
afro {n} /ˈæ.fɹoʊ/ (hairstyle)  :: afro {m}
Afro-American {adj} (African-American) SEE: African-American  ::
Afro-American {n} (African-American) SEE: African-American  ::
Afro-Eurasia {prop} /ˈæf.ɹoʊ.jʊɹˈeɪ.ʒə/ (supercontinent)  :: Eurafrasia, África-Eurasia, Euroasiático-africano
Afrophobia {n} (the fear, hate or dislike of Africans)  :: afrofobia {f}
aft {adv} /æft/ (to the stern)  :: a popa
after {adv} /ˈæf.tɚ/ (behind; later in time; following)  :: después
after {conj} (Signifies that the action of its clause takes place before the action of the other clause)  :: después
after {prep} (as a result of)  :: debido a, por causa de
after {prep} (behind)  :: detrás de, tras
after {prep} (in allusion to, in imitation of; following or referencing)  :: por
after {prep} (in pursuit of, seeking)  :: tras, detrás de
after {prep} (in spite of)  :: a pesar de
after {prep} (next in importance or rank)  :: después de
after {prep} (subsequently; following in time; later than)  :: después de
after all {prep} (in the end; anyway)  :: después de todo, al final
afterbirth {n} /ˈæf.tɚ.bɚθ/ (material expelled after childbirth)  :: alumbramiento {m}
afterbrain {n} (part of brain)  :: mielencéfalo
after dark {prep} (after nightfall, at night)  :: después de anochecer
aftereffect {n} /ˈæftəɹ.əˌfɛkt/ (delayed effect)  :: efecto secundario {m}
after-effect {n} (after-effect) SEE: aftereffect  ::
afterglow {n} (afterparty) SEE: afterparty  ::
afterlife {n} /ˈæftɚˌlaɪf/ (life after death)  :: ultratumba {f}, más allá {m}, inframundo {m}, otro mundo {m}, orco {m}, ultravida {f}, submundo {m}, lo de allá
aftermath {n} /ˈæf.tɚˌmæθ/ (that which happens after, that which follows)  :: consecuencias {f-p}, resultados {m-p}
afternoon {n} /ˌæf.tɚ.ˈnuːn/ (part of the day between noon and evening)  :: tarde {f}
after-party {n} /ˈæftɚˌpɑɹti/ (party that takes place after another party)  :: after {m}
aftershock {n} (earthquake that follows in the same vicinity as another)  :: réplica
aftertaste {n} (The persistence of the taste of something no longer present)  :: resabio {m}
afterthought {n} /ˈæft.ɚ.θɔt/ (a subsequent thought)  :: idea tardía {f}
afterthought {n} (something additional)  :: ocurrencia tardía {f}
afterward {adv} /ˈæf.tɚ.wɚd/ (afterwards) SEE: afterwards  ::
afterwards {adv} /ˈæf.tɚ.wɚdz/ (at a later or succeeding time)  :: después, consecuentemente, en seguida
again {adv} /əˈɡɛn/ (another time)  :: otra vez, de nuevo, nuevamente
again {adv} (used in a question to ask something one has forgotten)  :: de nuevo
again and again {adv} (repeatedly)  :: una y otra vez
against {prep} (close to)  :: cerca de
against {prep} /əˈɡɛnst/ (in a contrary direction to)  :: contra
against {prep} (in competition with)  :: en contra
against {prep} (in front of; before a background)  :: contra, frente
against {prep} (in opposition to)  :: en contra, enfrente, en pugna
against {prep} (in physical contact with)  :: contra
against all odds {prep} (despite seemingly insurmountable opposition or probability)  :: contra todo pronóstico
against the clock {prep} (in a time-restricted manner)  :: contra reloj
against the grain {prep} /əˈɡɛnst ðə ɡɹeɪn/ (contrary to what is expected.)  :: contramano
agalactia {n} (failure of a mother to produce sufficient milk following childbirth)  :: agalactia {f}
agalactorrhea {n} (disease) SEE: agalactia  ::
Agamemnon {prop} (Greek hero)  :: Agamenón {m}
agami {n} (a South American bird, Psophia crepitans)  :: agamí {m}, trompetero {m}
agape {adj} /əˈɡeɪp/ (astonished)  :: boquiabierto
agape {n} /əˈɡɑː.peɪ/ (love feast)  :: ágape
agarwood {n} (type of heartwood)  :: agáloco, áloe
agate {n} /ˈæɡət/ (mineral)  :: ágata {f}
Agatha {prop} (female given name)  :: Águeda {f}
agave {n} /əˈɡeɪviː/ (genus)  :: maguey {m}, agave {f}, pita {f}
age {n} (a long time)  :: edad {f}, edades {f-p}
age {n} (century) SEE: century  ::
age {n} /eɪd͡ʒ/ (whole duration of a being)  :: años
age {n} (generation (see also generation))  :: generación {f}
age {n} (great period in the history of the Earth)  :: época {f}, era {f}
age {n} (latter part of life)  :: tercera edad
age {n} (one of the stages of life)  :: edad
age {n} (particular period of time in history)  :: edad
age {n} (part of the duration of a being or thing between its beginning and any given time)  :: edad {f}
age {n} (time of life when one attains full person rights)  :: mayoría
age {v} (intransitive: become old)  :: envejecerse
age {v} (transitive: cause to grow old)  :: envejecer
aged care {n} (eldercare) SEE: eldercare  ::
ageing {n} (process of becoming older or more mature)  :: envejecimiento
ageless {adj} (continuing infinitely or indefinitely)  :: eterno
ageless {adj} (youthful)  :: eternamente joven
agency {n} (agent) SEE: agent  ::
agency {n} /ˈeɪ.dʒə (faculty of acting or of exerting power)  :: albedrío {m}, agency [philosophy], agencia {f} [philosophy]
agency {n} (place of business of an agent)  :: oficina {f}, agencia {f}
agenda {n} (agenda book; notebook for organizing and planning)  :: agenda {f}
agenda {n} /əˈdʒɛn.də/ (temporally organized plan)  :: programa {m}
agenda {n} (list of matters to be taken up)  :: orden del día {m}
agendered {adj} (genderless) SEE: genderless  ::
agent {n} (active power or cause)  :: agente {m}
agent {n} (computing: part of the system that performs action on behalf of a client or server)  :: agente {m}
agent {n} /ˈeɪ.dʒənt/ (one who acts in place of another)  :: agente {m}
agent {n} (grammar: performer of the action in a sentence)  :: agente {m}
agent noun {n} (noun that denotes an agent)  :: nombre de agente {m}
age of majority {n} (age at which the rights and privileges of an adult are legally granted)  :: mayoría de edad {f}
agglomeration {n} (act of collecting in a mass)  :: aglomeración {f}
agglomeration {n} (extended city area)  :: aglomeración {f}
agglomeration {n} (state of being collected in a mass)  :: aglomeración {f}
agglutinative {adj} (having words derived by combining parts)  :: aglutinante
aggrandizement {n} (the act of aggrandizing)  :: engrandecimento
aggravate {v} /ˈæɡ.ɹə.veɪ̯t/ (To make worse, or more severe)  :: agravar, empeorar
aggravate {v} (To exasperate; to provoke; to irritate)  :: irritar, exasperar
aggravation {n} (act of aggravating)  :: agravio {m}
aggravation {n} (extrinsic circumstance or accident which increases the guilt of a crime or the misery of a calamity)  :: agravante {m}
aggregate {adj} (consisting or formed of smaller objects or parts)  :: agregado {m}, conglomerado {m}
aggregate {adj} (Formed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum)  :: total {m}, conjunto {m}
aggregate {n} /ˈæɡɹɪˌɡət/ (a mass, assemblage, or sum of particulars)  :: agregado {m}, conjunto {m}
aggregate {n} (a mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles)  :: agregado {m}
aggregate {n} (any of the five aspects constituting the sentient being in Buddhism)  :: agregado
aggregate {v} (To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum)  :: juntar, sumar
aggression {n} /əˈɡɹɛʃən/ (act of initiating hostilities or invasion)  :: agresión {f}
aggression {n} (hostile or destructive behavior or actions)  :: agresión {f}
aggressive {adj} /ʌˈɡɹɛs.ɪv/ (tending or disposed to aggress)  :: agresivo
aggressively {adv} (in an aggressive manner)  :: agresivamente
aggressiveness {n} (state or quality being aggressive)  :: agresividad {f}
aggressor {n} (the person or country that first attacks or makes an aggression)  :: agresor {m}, agresora {f}
aggrieved {adj} (angry or resentful)  :: ofendido, herido
aghast {adj} /əˈɡæst/ (terrified)  :: espantado, aterrado, horrorizado, asustado, pasmado, atemorizado
agile {adj} /ˈæd͡ʒ.aɪl/ (having the faculty of quick motion in the limbs)  :: ágil
agile gibbon {n} (Hylobates agilis)  :: gibón ágil {m}
agility {n} /əˈdʒɪl.ɪ.ti/ (quality of being agile)  :: agilidad {f}
aging {n} /ˈeɪ.dʒɪŋ/ (the process of becoming older or more mature)  :: envejecimiento {m}
agitate {v} /ˈæ.dʒɪ.teɪt/ (to move with a violent, irregular action)  :: agitar
agitate {v} (to stir up, to disturb or excite)  :: perturbar
agitation {n} /æ.d͡ʒɪˈteɪ.ʃən/ (act of agitating)  :: agitación {f}, desasosiego {m}
agitation {n} (a stirring; a disturbance of tranquility)  :: inquietud {f}
agitator {n} (one who agitates)  :: agitador {m}, agitadora {f}
Aglaia {prop} (female given name)  :: Aglaya {f}
aglet {n} (catkin) SEE: catkin  ::
aglet {n} (cover of a shoelace) SEE: aiglet  ::
agnate {adj} (related by male connections)  :: agnado
agnate {n} (relative whose relation is traced only through male members of the family)  :: agnado {m}
agnathan {n} /ˈæɡ.nəθən/ (member of the superclass Agnatha of jawless vertebrates)  :: agnato {m}
agnathic {adj} /æɡˈnæθɪk/ (agnathous) SEE: agnathous  ::
agnathous {adj} /ˈæɡ.nə.θəs/ (jawless) SEE: jawless  ::
agnation {n} (consanguinity by a line of males)  :: agnación {f}
Agnes {prop} /ˈæɡ.nɪs/ (female given name)  :: Inés
agnomen {n} (additional cognomen given, as an honour, to a Roman citizen)  :: agnomento {m}, agnombre {m}
agnostic {adj} /æɡˈnɑːstɪk/ (of or relating to agnosticism)  :: agnóstico
agnostic {n} (one who holds to a form of agnosticism.)  :: agnóstico {m}, agnóstica {f}
agnosticism {n} /æɡˈnɑstɪsɪzəm/ (view that the existence of a God or gods is unknown, unknowable, unproven, or unprovable)  :: agnosticismo {m}
agnus castus {n} (chaste tree) SEE: chaste tree  ::
ago {adj} /əˈɡoʊ/ (past; gone by; since)  :: hace [used before the time], atrás [used after the time]
agog {adj} /əˈɡɒɡ/ (in eager desire)  :: ansioso, curioso
agonize {v} (to writhe with agony; to suffer violent anguish.)  :: agonizar
agonizing {adj} (causing agony)  :: terrible, angustioso
agony {n} /ˈæ.ɡə.niː/ (violent contest or striving)  :: agonía {f}
agony {n} (extreme pain of mind or body)  :: agonía {f}, angustia {f}
agony {n} (last struggle of life)  :: agonía {f}
a good beginning makes a good ending {proverb} (good beginnings promise a good end)  :: lo que bien empieza bien acaba
agora {n} /ˈæ.ɡə.ɹə/ (a place for gathering)  :: ágora
agora {n} (a marketplace)  :: ágora
agoraphobia {n} /ˌæɡəɹəˈfoʊbi.ə/ (fear of open spaces)  :: agorafobia
agoraphobic {adj} (pertaining to agoraphobia)  :: agorafóbico
agorism {n} (philosophy that advocates the creation of a voluntaryist society through counter-economics)  :: agorismo {m}
agouti {n} /əˈɡuːti/ (a rodent similar in appearance to a guinea pig but having longer legs)  :: agutí {m}, [Peru] añuje {m}, [El Salvador, Guatemala] cotuza {f}, [Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua] guatusa {f}, [Bolivia] jochi colorado {m}, [Colombia, Panama] ñeque {m}, [Venezuela] picure {m}, [Mexico] sereque {m}
Agra {prop} (city in India)  :: Agra
agrarian {adj} /əˈɡɹɛ(ə)ɹi.ən/ (relating to the cultivation of land)  :: agrario
agrarianism {n} (philosophy that advocates an equitable distribution of land)  :: agrarismo {m}
agree {v} /əˈɡɹiː/ (harmonize in opinion; be in unison or concord; be united; concur)  :: estar de acuerdo, coincidir
agree {v} (grammar: to correspond in gender, number, case, or person)  :: concordar
agree {v} (to resemble, coincide, correspond)  :: concordar
agree {v} (to yield assent, to accede)  :: acceder, asentir
agreeable {adj} (conforming)  :: conforme
agreeable {adj} /əˈɡɹiːəbl/ (pleasing)  :: lisonjero, agradable
agreeable {adj} (willing; ready to agree or consent)  :: dispuesto
agreeableness {n} (personality trait)  :: amabilidad {f}
agreeably {adv} (in an agreeable manner)  :: agradablemente
agreed {interj} /ə.ɡɹi.ːd/ (interjection that expresses agreement)  :: de acuerdo, concordo
agreement {n} /əˈɡɹiːmənt/ (an understanding to follow a course of conduct)  :: acuerdo {m}, convenio {m}
agreement {n} (grammatical agreement)  :: concordancia {f}
agreement {n} (legally binding contract enforceable in a court of law)  :: acuerdo {m}, convenio {m}, contrato {m}
agreement {n} (state whereby several parties share a view or opinion)  :: acuerdo {m}
agricultural {adj} /ˌæɡɹɪˈkəlt͡ʃəɹəl/ (of or pertaining to agriculture)  :: agrícola
agriculture {n} /ˈæɡɹɪˌkʌltʃɚ/ (the art or science of cultivating the ground)  :: agricultura {f}
agriculturist {adj} (of or pertaining to agriculture or agriculturists)  :: agrícola
agriculturist {n} (one who practices agriculture, a farmer, a gardener)  :: agricultor {m}, agricultora {f}
agriculturize {v} (to convert a community)  :: agriculturizar
agriculturize {v} (to convert land)  :: agriculturizar
Agrigento {prop} (province and city in Sicily)  :: Agrigento {f}
agrimi {n} (type of goat)  :: kri-kri {m}
agrimony {n} /ˈæɡ.ɹɪ.mən.i/ (plant of the genus Agrimonia)  :: agrimonia {f}
agritourism {n} (tourism in which tourists stay in farms)  :: agroturismo
agroindustry {n}  :: agroindustria {f}
agrology {n} (the science and art of agriculture)  :: agrología {f}
agronomic {adj} (of or pertaining to agronomy)  :: agronómico
agronomist {n} /əˈɡɹɑːnəmɪst/ (scientist specialized in agronomy)  :: agrónomo {m}
agronomy {n} /əˈɡɹɑːnəmi/ (science of utilizing plants, animals, and soils for food, fuel, feed and more)  :: agronomía {f}
aground {adv} (resting on the bottom)  :: encallado, varado
Aguascalientes {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Aguascalientes {m}
ague {n} (chill, or state of shaking, as with cold)  :: escalofrío {m}
ague {n} /ˈeɪ.ɡju/ (intermittent fever, attended by alternate cold and hot fits)  :: fiebre intermitente {f}
ague {n} (malaria) SEE: malaria  ::
aha {interj} (exclamation of understanding, realization, invention, or recognition)  :: ajá
Ahasuerus {prop} (biblical king of Persia)  :: Asuero {m}
ahead {adv} /əˈhɛd/ (in or to the front)  :: enfrente de
ahistorical {adj} /ˌeɪhɪˈstɔɹɪkəl/ (lacking historical perspective)  :: ahistórico
ahorse {adv} /əˈhɔːs/ (on the back of a horse) SEE: horseback  ::
ahorseback {adv} (on the back of a horse) SEE: horseback  ::
Ahriman {prop} (the hypostasis of chaos, destruction, evil in Zoroastrianism)  :: Ahrimán {m}
Ahura Mazda {prop} (the one God of Zoroaster)  :: Ahura Mazda {m}, Ahura-Mazda {m}
aid {n} (aide-de-camp) SEE: aide-de-camp  ::
aid {n} (a person that promotes or helps in something being done; a helper)  :: ayudante {m} {f}, asistente {m} {f}
aid {n} /eɪd/ (help; succor; assistance; relief)  :: ayuda {f}, auxilio {m}
aid {n} (something which helps; a material source of help)  :: remedio {m}, recurso {m}
aid {v} (to support)  :: ayudar
Aida {prop} (female given name)  :: Aída
aide {n} /eɪd/ (assistant) SEE: assistant  ::
aide {n} (military: officer who acts as an assistant to a more senior one) SEE: aide-de-camp  ::
aide-de-camp {n} (military officer)  :: edecán {m}
aide-mémoire {n} /ˌeɪd.mɛmˈwɑː/  :: pro memoria {m}
AIDS {n} /eɪdz/ (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)  :: SIDA {m}, sida {m}
aiglet {n} /ˈeɪ.ɡlɛt/ (tip on a ribbon or cord)  :: herrete {m} [Spain], acetato {m} [Latin America]
ail {n} (An ailment; trouble; illness)  :: enfermedad {f}
ail {v} /eɪl/ (to cause to suffer)  :: aquejar, afligir
ail {v} (to be ill)  :: padecer, adolecer
aileron {n} (Hinged part on trailing edge of airplane wing)  :: alerón {m}
ailment {n} (something which ails one; a disease; sickness)  :: dolencia {f}, enfermedad {f}, achaque {m}
ailuro- {prefix} /aɪˈlʊɹə-/ (prefix meaning “cat”)  :: eluro-, ailuro-, aeluro-
ailurophobia {n} /ˌaɪljʊəɹəˈfəʊbɪ.ə/ (irrational fear or hatred for cats)  :: elurofobia {f}, ailurofobia {f}, aelurofobia {f}
aim {n} /eɪm/ (point intended to be hit)  :: objetivo {m}
aim {n} (Intention; purpose)  :: objetivo {m}, intención {m}
aim {v} (to direct the intention or purpose)  :: apuntar, pretender
aim {v} (to point or direct a missile weapon)  :: apuntar, dirigir, lazar
aimless {adj} /ˈeɪm.ləs/ (without aim)  :: sin rumbo, sin objeto
aimlessly {adv} (without an aim)  :: sin rumbo, sin objeto
Ainu {adj} (pertaining to ethnic group or language)  :: ainu
Ainu {prop} (ethnic group)  :: ainu
Ainu {prop} (language)  :: ainu {m}
aioli {n} /ʌ.ɪˈəʊ.li/ (A type of sauce made from garlic, egg, lemon juice and olive oil)  :: ajiaceite {m} alioli {m}
air {n} /ˈɛəɹ/ (historical: one of the basic elements)  :: aire {m}
air {n} (mixture of gases making up the atmosphere of the Earth)  :: aire {m}
air {n} (music: a song, an aria)  :: aria {f}
air {v} (to bring into contact with the air)  :: aerar, airear
air {v} (to broadcast)  :: retransmitir
airan {n} (a Turkish and Altaic yoghurt drink)  :: ayran {m}
airbag {n} (protective system in automobiles)  :: bolsa de aire {f}
air base {n} (military airport)  :: base aérea {f}
airbase {n} (airbase) SEE: air base  ::
air bladder {n} (swim bladder) SEE: swim bladder  ::
airborne {adj} (carried by the air)  :: transportado por el aire, aerotransportado
airborne {adj} (in flight)  :: volando
airbus {n} (a type of airliner)  :: aerobús {m}
Airbus {prop} (a European aircraft manufacturer)  :: Aerobus {m}
air-condition {v} (to mechanically cool a space or an entire structure)  :: climatizar, condicionar con el aire
air conditioner {n} (a machine that is used to control temperature and humidity in an enclosed space)  :: acondicionador de aire {m}
air conditioning {n} (an air conditioner or system of air conditioners)  :: aire acondicionado {m}, climatizador {m}
air conditioning {n} (the state of temperature and humidity produced by an air conditioner)  :: aire acondicionado {m}
aircraft {n} /ɛəɹ.kɹæft/ (machine capable of atmospheric flight)  :: aeronave {f}
aircraft carrier {n} (warship for launching aircraft)  :: portaaviones {m}
airer {n} (clotheshorse) SEE: clotheshorse  ::
airfield {n} (place where airplanes can take off and land)  :: aeródromo {m}, campo de aviación {m}
airfoil {n} (structure shaped to produce lift when moving in air)  :: perfil alar, perfil aerodinámico, perfil
airfoil {n} (wing of an aircraft) SEE: wing  ::
air force {n} (branch of the military devoted to air warfare)  :: fuerza aérea {f}
air freshener {n} (device containing substances that neutralize unpleasant odours)  :: ambientador {m}
airhead {n} /ˈeəː.hɛd/ (having no brain)  :: chorlito {m}, cabeza de chorlito {m}, cabeza hueca {m}, burro {m}, tontón {m}, estúpido {m}
air hole {n} (air pocket)  :: (región de) corriente descendente
air hole {n} (blowhole)  :: respiradero {m}
air hole {n} (hole in surface)  :: espiráculo {m}
air hostess {n} (female flight attendant) SEE: stewardess  ::
air lane {n} (air corridor) SEE: air corridor  ::
airlift {n} /ˈɛə.lɪft/ (the transportation of troops)  :: puente aéreo {m}
airline {n} (company that flies airplanes)  :: aerolínea {f}, compañía aérea {f}
airliner {n} (passenger aircraft)  :: avión de pasajeros {m}
airmail {n} /ˈɛə.meɪl/ (the system of conveying mail using aircraft)  :: correo aéreo {m}
airmail {n} (the items of mail carried using aircraft)  :: correo aéreo {m}
airman {n} (pilot)  :: aviador {m}, aviadora {f}
airmass {n} (a body of air with uniform characteristics)  :: masa de aire
air pistol {n} (pistol that propels a pellet)  :: pistola de aire {f}
airplane {n} /ˈɛəɹˌpleɪ̯n/ (powered aircraft)  :: avión {m}, aeroplano {m}
air pocket {n} (a local region of low atmospheric pressure, or a local downward current)  :: (región de) corriente descendente
air pollution {n} (contamination of the atmosphere by noxious gases and particulates)  :: contaminación ambiente {f}
airport {n} /ˈɛɹ.pɔɹt/ (a place designated for airplanes)  :: aeropuerto {m}
air pressure {n} (atmospheric pressure) SEE: atmospheric pressure  ::
air pump {n} (pump that moves air either into, or out of, something)  :: bomba de aire {f}
air-raid shelter {n} (reinforced underground shelter designed to give protection against air raids)  :: refugio antiaéreo {m}, refugio antibombas {m}
air rifle {n} (rifle)  :: rifle de aire {m}
airscrew {n} (propeller of an aircraft)  :: hélice
airship {n} (self-propelled lighter-than-air aircraft that can be steered) SEE: dirigible  ::
airspace {n} (controlled portion of atmosphere)  :: espacio aéreo {m}
airspace {n} (part of sky used by aircraft)  :: espacio aéreo {m}
airstrip {n} (primitive aircraft landing field)  :: pista de aterrizaje {f}
air ticket {n} (a pass entitling the holder to travel in an aeroplane)  :: pasaje de avión {m}, pasaje de vuelo {m}, pasaje aéreo {m}
airtight {adj} (being impermeable to air or other gases)  :: hermético
airtime {n} (duration of transmission)  :: tiempo en antena
air traffic control {n} (system designed to give assistance to aircraft)  :: control de tráfico aéreo {m}
air traffic controller {n} (operator of air traffic control system)  :: controlador de tránsito aéreo {m}, controlador de tráfico aéreo {m}
airwaves {n} (radio or television broadcasts)  :: radio {m}, televisión {f}
airwaves {n} (radio wave) SEE: radio wave  ::
airway {n} (flight path used by aeroplanes)  :: aerovía {f}
airway {n} (trachea) SEE: trachea  ::
airway {n} (windpipe) SEE: windpipe  ::
airworthiness {n} (the state of being airworthy)  :: aptitud para volar {f}, aeronavegabilidad {f}
airworthy {adj} (being able to fly)  :: navegable, apto para volar
aisle {n} /aɪ̯l/ (wing of a building, notably in a church)  :: nave lateral {f}
aisle {n} (any path through obstructed space)  :: paso {m}
aisle {n} (clear path through rows of seating)  :: pasillo {m}
aisle {n} (corridor in a supermarket)  :: pasillo {m}
aitch {n} /eɪtʃ/ (name of the letter H, h)  :: hache {f}
ajar {adj} (slightly turned or opened)  :: entreabierto, entornado
ajar {adv} /əˈd͡ʒɑɹ/ (slightly turned or opened)  :: entreabierto, entornado
a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step {proverb} (a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step)  :: un viaje de mil millas comienza con un solo paso
AKA {prep} (also known as)  :: también conocido como, también conocida como, alias {m}
Akan {prop} (language group spoken in Ghana)  :: acano, akan
Akan {prop} (Niger-Congo language)  :: akan, acano
akimbo {adj} /əˈkɪ͡ʊ/ (with a crook or bend; with the hand on the hip and elbow turned outward)  :: en jarras
akimbo {adv} (with arms akimbo)  :: con los brazos en jarras
akin {adj} /ʌˈkɪn/ (of the same kin; related by blood)  :: emparentado
akin {adj} (of the same kind; similar)  :: semejante, similar
akinete {n} (a thick-walled, dormant cell found in cyanobacteria and green algae)  :: acineto {m}
akinetic {adj} (akinesic) SEE: akinesic  ::
Akkadian {adj} /əˈkeɪ.di.ən/ (pertaining to the language)  :: acadio
Akkadian {prop} (Semitic language)  :: acadio {m}
Aksai Chin {prop} (part of Kashmir governed by China)  :: Aksai Chin
aksakal {n} (aqsaqal) SEE: aqsaqal  ::
al {n} (Indian mulberry) SEE: Indian mulberry  ::
Alabama {prop} /ˌæ.lə.ˈbæ.mə/ (U.S. State)  :: Alabama
alabaster {n} /ˈæl.əˌbæs.tɚ/ (variety of gypsum)  :: alabastro {m}
alacrity {n} /əˈlækɹɨti]/ (eagerness)  :: alacridad
alacrity {n} (promptness)  :: alacridad {f}, presteza {f}
Aladdin {prop} (the Arabic tale)  :: Aladino
Alamo {prop} /ˈæləˌmoʊ/ (fort in San Antonio, Texas)  :: Álamo {m}
alan {n} (a wolfhound)  :: alano {m}
Alan {prop} /ˈæ.lən/ (male given name)  :: Alano {m}; Alán {m}
Al-Andalus {prop} (Islamic Spain)  :: Al-Ándalus
alanine {n} (nonessential amino acid; C3H7NO2)  :: alanina {f}
Alaric {prop} (king of Visigoths)  :: Alarico
alarm {n} /əˈlɑɹm/ (summons to arms)  :: alarma {m}
alarm {n} (instance of an alarm ringing or clanging)  :: alarma {f}
alarm {n} (mechanical contrivance for awaking)  :: despertador {m}
alarm {n} (notice of approaching danger)  :: alarma {m}
alarm clock {n} (type of clock)  :: despertador {m}
alarmed {adj} (worried) SEE: worried  ::
alarming {adj} /ə.ˈlɑɹm.ɪŋ/ (causing alarm)  :: alarmante
alarmism {n} (production of needless alarms)  :: alarmismo {m}
alas {interj} /əˈlæs/ (exclamation of sorrow, etc.)  :: ay, ay de mí, aymé, aj, vay, heu, guay
Alaska {prop} /əˈlas.kə/ (US state)  :: Alaska {f}
Alaskan {adj} /əˈlæskən/ (of or pertaining to Alaska, its people or its culture)  :: alaskeño, alasqueño
Alaskan Malamute {n} (Alaskan Malamute sled dog)  :: malamute de Alaska {m}
alated {adj} (alate) SEE: alate  ::
Albacete {prop} (province)  :: Albacete
Alban {prop} (male given name)  :: Albano
Albania {prop} /ælˈbeɪ.ni.ə/ (country in south-eastern Europe)  :: Albania {f}
Albania {prop} (Caucasian Albania) SEE: Caucasian Albania  ::
Albanian {adj} /ælˈbeɪni.ən/ (Of or pertaining to Albania)  :: albanés
Albanian {n} (Person from Albania)  :: albanés {m}, albanesa {f}
Albanian {prop} (language)  :: albanés {m}
Albany {prop} (capital of New York)  :: Albany
albatross {n} /ˈæl.bəˌtɹɔs/ (seabird)  :: albatros {m}
albedo {n} /ælˈbi.doʊ/ (the fraction of incident light or radiation reflected by a surface or body)  :: albedo {m}
albeit {conj} /ɔlˈbi.ət/ (despite its being; although)  :: aunque, no obstante, si bien
Albert {prop} /ˈæl.bɚt/ (male given name)  :: Alberto {m}
Alberta {prop} /ˌælˈbɜː(ɹ).tə/ (province)  :: Alberta {f}
Albin {prop} (male given name)  :: Albino
albinism {n} (lack of melanin pigmentation)  :: albinismo {m}
albino {adj} /ælˈbaɪnoʊ/ (congenitally lacking melanin)  :: albino
albino {n} (one congenitally lacking melanin)  :: albino {m}, albina {f}
albinoism {n} (albinism) SEE: albinism  ::
Albireo {prop} (Beta (β) Cygni.)  :: Albireo
albite {n} (plagioclase feldspar)  :: albita {f}
album {n} (book for photographs, stamps, or autographs)  :: álbum {m}
album {n} (group of audio recordings on any media)  :: álbum {m}
album {n} (phonograph record (LP))  :: álbum {m}
albumen {n} /ælˈbjuːmən/ (white part of an egg)  :: albumen {f}, clara {f}
albumenoid {n} (albuminoid) SEE: albuminoid  ::
albumin {n} /æl.ˈbjuː.mən/ (class of monomeric proteins that are soluble in water)  :: albúmina {f}
alburn {n} (bleak) SEE: bleak  ::
alburnum {n} (sapwood) SEE: sapwood  ::
Alcalá de Henares {prop} (city)  :: Alcalá de Henares
alcazar {n} (Moorish fortress)  :: alcázar {m}
alchemist {n} /ˈæl.kə.mɪst/ (one who practices alchemy)  :: alquimista {m} {f}
alchemy {n} /ˈælkəˌmi/ (ancient chemistry)  :: alquimia {f}
alchemy {n} (causing of mysterious transmutation)  :: alquimia {f}
Alcibiades {prop} /ˌælsəˈbaɪədiz/ (Greek name)  :: Alcibíades
Alcmene {prop} /ælkˈmiːni/ (the wife of Amphitryon and mother, by Zeus, of Heracles)  :: Alcmena
alcohol {n} /ˈæl.kə.hɔl/ (organic chemistry sense)  :: alcohol {m}
alcohol {n} (intoxicating beverage)  :: alcohol {m}
alcoholaemia {n} (presence of alcohol)  :: alcoholemia {f}
alcohol-free {adj} (containing no alcohol)  :: sin alcohol
alcoholic {adj} (having more than a trace amount of alcohol in its contents)  :: alcohólico
alcoholic {adj} (of or pertaining to alcohol)  :: alcohólico
alcoholic {n} /ˌælkəˈhɑlɪk/ (a person addicted to alcohol)  :: alcohólico {m}
alcoholic {n} (one who abuses alcohol)  :: alcohólico {m}
Alcoholics Anonymous {prop} (proper noun)  :: Alcohólicos Anónimos
alcoholism {n} (acute alcohol poisoning)  :: alcoholismo {m}
alcoholism {n} (chronic disease)  :: alcoholismo {m}
alcoholometer {n} (Specialized form of hydrometer used to measure amount of alcohol in liquid)  :: alcoholímetro {m}, alcohómetro {m}
alcoholometry {n} (Measurement of concentration of alcohol in liquid)  :: alcoholimetría {f}
alcove {n} /ˈæl.kəʊv/ (small recessed area)  :: hornacina {f}, hueco {m}, nicho {m}
aldaric acid {n} (polyhydroxy dicarboxylic acid)  :: ácido aldárico {m}
Aldebaran {prop} /alˈdɛbəɹən/ (star)  :: Aldebarán
aldehyde {n} /ˈæl.dɨ.haɪd/ (organic compound of the general formula R·CHO)  :: aldehído {m}
alder {n} /ˈɔːldə/ (any tree or shrub of the genus Alnus)  :: aliso {m}
alderman {n} (member of a municipal legislative body in a city or town)  :: concejal {m} {f}, regidor {m} {f}
aldolase {n} (enzyme present in some tissue)  :: aldolasa {f}
aldonic {adj} (of or pertaining to the aldonic acids)  :: aldónico
aldonic acid {n} (any of a class of polyhydroxy carboxylic acids)  :: ácido aldónico {m}
aldopentose {n} (a pentose that is also a aldose)  :: aldopentosa {f}
aldose {n} (any of a class of monosaccharides)  :: aldosa {f}
ale {n} /eɪl/ (intoxicating liquor)  :: cerveza inglesa {f}, ale {f}, cerveza ale {f}
aleatory {adj} /ˈæɪ.lɪ.ə.tɔ.ɹi/ (depending on the throw of a die; random, arising by chance)  :: aleatorio
Alejandro {prop} (cognates of Alejandro) SEE: Alexander  ::
a leopard cannot change its spots {proverb} (one cannot change one's own nature)  :: genio y figura hasta la sepultura, no hay que pedir peras al olmo
aleph {n} (first letter of the Proto-Canaanite alphabet and descendant script)  :: alef {n}
Aleppo {prop} /əˈlɛpoʊ/ (Syrian city)  :: Alepo {m}
alert {adj} /əˈlɝt/ (attentive)  :: alerto, vigilante
alert {n} (an alarm)  :: alerta {f}, alarma {f}
alert {v} (to give warning to)  :: alertar
alertly {adv} (with alertness)  :: con listeza
alertness {n} /ʌˈlɚt.nɛs/ (quality of being alert)  :: vigilancia
Aleutian Islands {prop} /æliːuːʃən ɑɪlændz/ (archipelago)  :: Islas Aleutianas {f-p}
Alex {prop} /ˈæ.lɪks/ (male given name) SEE: Alexius  ::
Alexander {prop} /ˌæ.lɨɡˈzæn.dɚ/ (male given name)  :: Alejandro {m}
Alexander the Great {prop} (King of Macedonia)  :: Alejandro Magno {m}
Alexandra {prop} (female given name)  :: Alejandra
Alexandria {prop} (any of a number of cities bearing the same name)  :: Alejandría
Alexandria {prop} (city in Egypt)  :: Alejandría {f}
Alexandria {prop} (female given name)  :: Alejandra {f}
Alexandrian {adj} /æ.lɛksˈzæn.dɹi.ən/ (of or pertaining to Alexandria)  :: alejandrino
Alexandroupoli {prop} (city)  :: Alejandrópolis
Alexius {prop} (male given name)  :: Alejo
alfalfa {n} /ælˈfælfə/ (Medicago sativa)  :: alfalfa {f}
Alfonso {prop} (male given name)  :: Alfonso
Alfred {prop} (Male given name)  :: Alfredo {m}
al fresco {adj} (outdoors)  :: al aire libre, al fresco
Alfvén wave {n} (a hydromagnetic shear wave in a charged plasma)  :: onda de Alfvén {f}
alga {n} /ˈæl.ɡə/ (any of many aquatic photosynthetic organisms)  :: alga {f}
algae {n} /ˈæl.dʒi/ (plural of alga)  :: algas {f}
algebra {n} /ˈæl.dʒɪ.bɹə/ (system for computation)  :: álgebra {m}
algebra {n} (structure)  :: álgebra {m}
algebra {n} (study of algebraic structures)  :: álgebra {m}
algebra {n} (universal algebra) SEE: universal algebra  ::
algebraic {adj} /ˌældʒɪˈbɹeɪɪk/ (relating to algebra)  :: algebraico
algebraically {adv} (using algebra)  :: algebraicamente
algebraic equation {n} (mathematical equation)  :: ecuación algebraica {f}
algebraic geometry {n} (branch of mathematics that studies solutions of systems of algebraic equations using both algebra and geometry)  :: geometría algebraica {f}
Algeciras {prop} (city in Andalusia, Spain)  :: Algeciras {f}
Algeria {prop} /ælˈdʒɪəɹi.ə/ (country)  :: Argelia {f}
Algerian {adj} (of Algeria or its people)  :: argelino
Algerian {n} /ælˈdʒɪɹi.ən/ (person from Algeria)  :: argelino {m}, argelina {f}
algesimeter {n} (algometer) SEE: algometer  ::
algesimetry {n} (algometry) SEE: algometry  ::
Algherese {adj} (Catalan dialect)  :: alguerés
algid {adj} /ˈæl.dʒɪd/ (cold, chilly)  :: álgido {m}
Algiers {prop} /ælˈdʒɪɹz/ (the capital of Algeria)  :: Argel {m}
alginate {n} (any salt or ester of alginic acid)  :: alginato {m}
algolagnia {n} /alɡə(ʊ)ˈlaɡnɪə/ (Physical condition)  :: algolagnia
algologist {n} (one who studies algology)  :: algólogo {m}
algology {n} (branch of botany dealing with algae)  :: algología {f}, ficología {f}
algometry {n} (measurement of pain)  :: algometría {f}
algophilia {n} (pleasure from experiencing pain)  :: algofilia {f}, masoquismo {m}
algorithm {n} /ˈælɡəɹɪðəm/ (well-defined procedure)  :: algoritmo {m}
alias {n} /ˈeɪ.li.əs/ (another name; an assumed name)  :: alias {m}, seudónimo {m}
alibi {n} /ˈæl.ə.baɪ/ (criminal legal defense)  :: coartada {f}
Alicante {prop} (city in Spain)  :: Alicante
Alice {prop} /ˈæl.ɪs/ (female given name)  :: Alicia {f}
Alice in Wonderland {adj} (as in a surreal fairy tale)  :: de Alicia en el mundo de maravillas
a lie has no legs {proverb} (you can't get away with a lie)  :: antes se coge al mentiroso que al cojo
alien {adj}  :: [1] extraterrestre, [1] alienígena, [2] extraño {m}
alien {n} /ˈeɪ.li.ən/ (person, etc. from outside)  :: desconocido {m}, desconocida {f}
alien {n} (foreigner)  :: extranjero {m}, extranjera {f}
alien {n} (life form of non-Earth origin)  :: extraterrestre, alienígena
alienate {v} /ˈeɪ.li.ə.neɪt/ (to convey or transfer)  :: alienar, enajenar
alienate {v} (to estrange)  :: alienar
alienation {n} /ˌeɪli.əˈneɪʃən]/ (the act of alienating)  :: alienación {f}
alienation {n} (emotional isolation or dissociation)  :: alienación {f}
alienation {n} (the state of being alienated)  :: alienación {f}
alienist {n} /ˈeɪ.lɪ.ən.ɪst/ (psychiatrist) SEE: psychiatrist  ::
alienist {n} (psychologist) SEE: psychologist  ::
alight {v} /əˈlaɪt/ (to spring down, get down, or descend)  :: bajarse, apearse
alight {v} (to descend and settle, lodge, rest, or stop)  :: posarse, aterrizar
align {v} /əˈlaɪn/ (To form in line; to fall into line)  :: alinearse
align {v} (To adhere oneself with a group or a way of thinking)  :: alinearse, adherirse, ingresar
align {v} (To adjust or form to a line)  :: alinear
align {v} (To align sequences)  :: alinear
alignment {n}  :: alineamiento {m}, alineación {f}
alignment {n} /ɘˈɫaɪnmɘnt]/ (arrangement of items in a line)  :: alineación {f}
alignment {n} (a way of arranging DNA, RNA or protein sequences)  :: alineamento
alignment {n} (process of adjusting a mechanism such that its parts are aligned)  :: alineamiento {m}
alike {adj} /əˈlaɪk/ (having resemblance; similar)  :: igual, semejante, parecido
alike {adv} (tn the same manner, form, or degree; equally)  :: igualmente
alimentary {adj} /ˈa.lɪ.mən.təɹ.i/ (relating to food or nutrition)  :: alimenticio, alimentario
alimentary canal {n} (digestive tract) SEE: digestive tract  ::
alimony {n} /ˈæ.lɪ.moʊ.ni/ (a court-enforced allowance)  :: pensión (alimenticia) {f}
aline {v} (adhere oneself with a group or a way of thinking) SEE: align  ::
aline {v} (adjust or form to a line) SEE: align  ::
aline {v} /əˈlaɪn/ (form in line, fall into line) SEE: align  ::
aliphatic {adj} /ælɪˈfætɪk/ (organic chemistry: having carbon atoms arranged in an open chain)  :: alifático
alipta {n} (alipta muscata) SEE: alipta muscata  ::
aliquot {adj} /ˈæ.lɪ.kwɒt/ (contained an integral number of times)  :: alícuota, parte alícuota
a little {adv} (to a small extent or degree)  :: un poco, un poquito
a little bird told me {phrase} (idiomatic)  :: un pajarito me lo contó, un pajarito me dijo
alive {adj} /əˈlaɪv/ (having life)  :: vivo, viviente
alive and kicking {adj} (healthy)  :: vivito y coleando, vivo y coleando
aliyah {n} /əliːˈjɑː/ (immigration of Jews into Israel)  :: Aliyá {f}, Aliá {f}
Al Jazeera {prop} /æl dʒæˈziːɹɐ]/ (Arabic satellite TV news channel)  :: Al-Yazira {f}
alkali {n} /ˈæl.kə.laɪ/ (class of caustic bases)  :: álcali {m}
alkalimeter {n} (device)  :: alcalímetro {m}
alkalimetry {n} (process of determining the strength of an alkali)  :: alcalometría {f}
alkaline {adj} /ˈæl.kə.laɪn/ (of or relating to an alkali)  :: alcalino
alkaline {adj} (having a pH greater than 7)  :: alcalino
alkaline earth metal {n} (any element of group II of the periodic table)  :: metal alcalinotérreo
alkaloid {n} /ˈæl.kə.lɔɪd/ (organic heterocyclic base)  :: alcaloide {m}
alkane {n} (saturated hydrocarbon of formula CnH2n+2)  :: alcano
alkekengi {n} (bladder cherry) SEE: bladder cherry  ::
alkene {n} (unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon with one or more carbon–carbon double bonds)  :: alqueno {m}
alkyl {n} (univalent radical of the general formula CnH2n+1)  :: alquilo {m}
alkyne {n} (hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon-carbon triple bond)  :: alquino {m}
all {adv} /ɔːl/ (intensifier)  :: todo
all {determiner} (every individual of the given class)  :: todos {m}, todas {f}
all {determiner} (everyone) SEE: everyone  ::
all {determiner} (everything) SEE: everything  ::
all {determiner} (throughout the whole of (a stated period of time))  :: todo {m}, toda {f}
all {n} (everything possible)  :: todo {m}
Allah {prop} /əˈlɑː/ (God, in Islam)  :: Alá {m}
all along {adv} (duration)  :: desde el primer momento, todo el tiempo
allantoid {adj} (sausage shaped)  :: alantoideo
allative {n} /ˈælətɪv/ (allative case)  :: alativo {m}
allative case {n} (case used to indicate movement onto, or to the adjacency of something)  :: caso alativo {m}
allay {v} /əˈleɪ/ (To make quiet or put at rest)  :: aquietar, calmar
allay {v} (To alleviate)  :: aliviar, mitigar
all bark and no bite {adj} (full of big talk)  :: mucho ruido y pocas nueces
all bark and no bite {adj} (says cutting remarks, but actually has a soft personality underneath)  :: perro ladrador, poco mordedor
all but {adv} (very nearly)  :: casi
all cats are gray at night {proverb} (all cats are grey in the dark) SEE: all cats are grey in the dark  ::
all cats are grey in the dark {proverb} (proverb)  :: a la luz de la vela, no hay mujer fea (no woman is ugly by candlelight), de noche todos los gatos son pardos
all day {adv} (the entire day)  :: todo el día
all ears {adj} (awaiting explanation)  :: escucho
all ears {adj} (listening intensely)  :: todo oídos
allegation {n} /ˌæl.ɪˈɡeɪ.ʃən/ (an assertion or accusation)  :: alegato {m}, acusación {f}
allege {v} (assert without proof)  :: alegar
allege {v} /əˈlɛdʒ/ (to state under oath)  :: afirmar
alleged {adj} /əˈlɛdʒɪd/ (asserted)  :: supuesto
alleged {adj} (supposed)  :: supuesto
allegedly {adv} (according to someone's allegation)  :: supuestamente
allegement {n} (allegation) SEE: allegation  ::
allegiance {n} /əˈliː.dʒəns/ (loyalty to some cause, nation or ruler)  :: fidelidad {f}, lealtad {f}
allegorical {adj} (of, relating to, or containing allegory)  :: alegórico
allegorically {adv} /æl.əˈɡɒɹ.ɪk.(ə.)li/ (in an allegorical manner)  :: alegóricamente
allegory {n} (communication using such representation)  :: alegoría {f}
allegory {n} (symbolic representation)  :: alegoría {f}
allegory {n} (the representation of abstract principles)  :: alegoría {f}
allele {n} /əˈ.liː.l/ (variant of a gene)  :: alelo {m}
allelomorph {n} (allele) SEE: allele  ::
alleluia {n} (liturgical form of hallelujah)  :: aleluya {f}
allene {n} (any of a class of hydrocarbons)  :: aleno {m}
allene {n} (derivative of such hydrocarbons)  :: aleno {m}
allergen {n} (substance)  :: alérgeno {m}
allergic {adj} /ə.ˈlɝ.dʒɪk]/ (pertaining to allergy)  :: alérgico
allergic {adj} (having an allergy)  :: alérgico
allergologist {n} (physician) SEE: allergist  ::
allergology {n} (the study of the causes and treatment of allergies)  :: alergología {f}
allergy {n} /ˈæl.ɚ.dʒi]/ (disorder of the immune system)  :: alergia {f}
allergy {n} (hypersensitivity)  :: alergia {f}
alleviate {v} /əɪt/ (make less severe)  :: aliviar, mitigar, paliar
alleviation {n} /əˌliːviˈeɪʃən/ (alleviation)  :: alivio {m}
alley {n} /ˈæ.li/ (narrow street)  :: callejón {m}
All Fools' Day {n} (April Fools' Day) SEE: April Fools' Day  ::
All Hallows' Day {prop} (All Saints' Day) SEE: All Saints' Day  ::
all hands on deck {interj} (order)  :: todos manos a la obra
allheal {n} (valerian) SEE: valerian  ::
allheal {n} (woundwort) SEE: woundwort  ::
all hell breaks loose {phrase} (the situation becomes chaotic)  :: todo se fue al demonio
alliance {n} /əˈlaɪ.əns/ (state of being allied)  :: alianza
allicin {n} (organic compound)  :: alicina {f}
alligator {n} /ˈæ.lɪ.ɡeɪ.tə/ (large amphibious reptile of genus Alligator)  :: aligátor {m}, aligator {m}, caimán {m}
all in good time {adv} ((set phrase) One should be patient.)  :: a la corta o a la larga, el tiempo todo lo alcanza
alliteration {n} /əˌlɪtəˈɹeɪʃən/ (The repetition of consonants)  :: aliteración {f}
all kidding aside {adv} (idiom, speech act)  :: bromas aparte, en serio, fuera de joda
allo- {prefix} (different)  :: alo-
allo- {prefix} (isomeric)  :: alo-
allocate {v} /ˈæl.ə.keɪt/ (to set aside for a purpose)  :: asignar, adjudicar
allocation {n} (The process or procedure for allocating things, especially money or other resources.)  :: asignación {f}, distribución {f}, reparto {m}
allochthonous {adj} /ə.ˈlɒk.θə.nəs/ (originating in a place other than where it is found)  :: alóctono
allochthonous {adj} (geology: being far from the place of formation)  :: alóctono {m}
allodium {n} (freehold land or property)  :: alodio {m}
all of a sudden {adv} /ˌɔl əv ə ˈsʌdən/ (colloquial: suddenly, see also: suddenly)  :: de repente, súbitamente, de pronto, de golpe, de buenas a primeras
all of the sudden {adv} (all of a sudden) SEE: all of a sudden  ::
allogamy {n} (fertilization)  :: alogamia {f}
allomorph {n} /ˈæl.oʊ.mɔɹf/ (phonological representation of a morpheme)  :: alomorfo {m}
allophone {adj} /ˈæləˌfoʊn/ (alternative pronunciation for a phoneme)  :: alófono {m}
allose {n} (epimer of glucose)  :: alosa {f}
allot {v} /əˈlɑt/ (to distribute)  :: repartir
allot {v} (to assign)  :: asignar
allotment {n} /əˈlɔt.mɛnt/ (that which is alloted)  :: reparto {m}, asignación {f}
allotrope {n} /ˈæ.lə.tɹəʊp/ (element form of different molecular structure to another form of the same element)  :: alótropo {m}
allotroph {n} (heterotroph) SEE: heterotroph  ::
allotropic {adj} (of an element that exhibits allotropy)  :: alotrópico
allotropical {adj} (allotropic) SEE: allotropic  ::
allotropism {n} (elemental property) SEE: allotropy  ::
allotypical {adj} (allotypic) SEE: allotypic  ::
all over the place {prep}  :: desperdigado
all over the place {prep} (lacking a clear pattern)  :: desperdigado, [sin] patrón
allow {v}  :: dejar permitir
allow {v} /əˈlaʊ/ (to grant, give, admit, accord, afford, or yield; to let one have)  :: dejar, permitir, conceder
allow {v} (to permit)  :: permitir
allowance {n} /əˈlaʊəns/ (a child's allowance; pocket money) SEE: pocket money  ::
allowedly {adv} (admittedly) SEE: admittedly  ::
alloy {n} /ˈæ.lɔɪ/ (metal combined of more elements)  :: aleación {f}
alloy wheel {n} (mag wheel) SEE: mag wheel  ::
all right {adj} /ˌɔːlˈɹaɪt/ (good)  :: bien {m} {f}
all right {interj} (Used to affirm, indicate agreement, or consent )  :: de acuerdo, muy bien, ándale [Mexico], dale [Argentina, Paraguay, Venezuela], listo [Colombia], okey [Latin America], sale y vale [Mexico], 'tá [Uruguay], vale [specially Spain], ya [Chile]
all rights reserved {phrase} (copyright notice formula)  :: reservados todos los derechos, todos los derechos reservados
all roads lead to Rome {proverb} (different paths can take to the same goal)  :: todos los caminos llevan a Roma, todos los caminos conducen a Roma
All Saints Day {prop} (All Saints Day) SEE: All Saints' Day  ::
All Saints' Day {prop} (feast day)  :: Día de Todos los Santos {m}
all's fair in love and war {proverb} (unpleasant behavior is acceptable during love and conflict)  :: todo vale en la guerra y en el amor
All Souls' Day {prop} (Christian feast day)  :: Día de Muertos, Conmemoración de los Fieles Difuntos
allspice {n} (spice)  :: pimienta de Jamaica {f}
all's well that ends well {proverb} (A happy ending makes up for everything that has gone before...)  :: bien está lo que bien acaba, a buen fin no hay mal tiempo, a buen fin no hay mal principio
all talk and no action {adj} (idiom)  :: mucho ruido y pocas nueces
all that glitters is not gold {proverb} (things that appear valuable or worthwhile might not actually be so)  :: no es oro todo lo que reluce
all the time {adv} (always)  :: todo el tiempo
all things being equal {adv} (without considering external factors)  :: si todo sigue igual, siendo todo lo demás igual, en igualdad de circunstancias, siempre que las demás condiciones no varíen, permaneciendo invariables los demás datos
all things come to those who wait {proverb} (good things come to those who wait) SEE: good things come to those who wait  ::
all thumbs {adj} (clumsy (idiom))  :: torpe
all together {adv} (altogether) SEE: altogether  ::
all too {adv} (way too) SEE: way too  ::
allude {v} /əˈluːd/ (refer to something indirectly or by suggestion)  :: aludir, referirse
allure {n} /əˈl(j)ʊɚ]/ (the power to attract, entice; the quality causing attraction)  :: encanto {m}, fascinación {f}, atractivo {f}
allure {v} (to attempt to draw)  :: atraer, cautivar
alluring {adj} /ɚˈluɚ.ɹɪŋ/ (having to power to allure)  :: encantador
allusion {n} /ʌˈlu.ʒən/ (indirect reference, hint)  :: alusión
allusive {adj} /əˈluː.sɪv/ (containing or making use of allusions)  :: alusivo
alluvial fan {n} (cone-shaped heap of alluvium)  :: abanico aluvial {m}, cono de deyección {m}
alluvial plain {n} (plain formed by deposition of sediment of a river)  :: llanura alivial {f}, vega {f}, llanura de inundación {f}
alluvium {n} (deposited material)  :: aluvión {m}
ally {n} (one united to another by treaty or league)  :: aliado
ally {v} /əˈlaɪ/ (to unite by agreement)  :: aliarse, unirse en
allyl {n} (organic radical)  :: alilo {m}
allyl alcohol {n}  :: alcohol alílico {m}
allylic {adj} /əˈlɪlɪk/ (containing an allyl group)  :: alílico
Alma {prop} (female given name)  :: Alma
almagest {n}  :: Almagesto {m}
almagra {n} (a deep red ochre found in Spain)  :: almagre
almanac {n} /ˈɔl.mə.næk]/ (book or table listing astronomical, nautical or other events for the year)  :: almanaque {m}
Almaty {prop} (city)  :: Almatý
Almería {prop} /ˌælməˈɹiː.jə/ (Spanish city)  :: Almería {f}
almighty {adj} /ɔːlˈmaɪti/ (unlimited in might)  :: omnipotente {m}, todopoderoso {m}
Almighty {prop} (God, the supreme being)  :: Todopoderoso {m}
Almiros {prop} (Almyros) SEE: Almyros  ::
almond {n} /ˈɑː.mənd/ (nut)  :: almendra {f}
almond {n} (tree)  :: almendro {m}
almond milk {n} (milky liquid from almonds)  :: leche de almendra {f}
almond tree {n} (Prunus dulcis)  :: almendro {m}
Almoravid {n}  :: almorávide {m}
almost {adv} /ˈɔl.moʊst/ (very close to)  :: casi
almost doesn't count {proverb} (near success (or correctness) is not deemed success (or correctness))  :: los casis no cuentan
almost everywhere {adv} (everywhere except at a set of measure zero)  :: casi en todas partes
alms {n} /ɑmz/ (something given to the poor as charity)  :: limosna {f}, caridad {f}
aloe {n} /ˈæ.loʊ/ (plant of the genus Aloe)  :: áloe {m}, aloe {m}
aloe vera {n} (Aloe vera)  :: aloe vera {m}
aloha {interj} /əˈloʊˌhɑ/ (hello) SEE: hello  ::
aloha {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye  ::
aloin {n} (glycoside derivative)  :: aloína {f}
alone {adv} /əˈloʊn/ (by oneself)  :: solo
alone {adv}  :: solitario, solo
along {adv} (onward, forward)  :: a lo largo de
along {prep} /əˈlɔŋ/ (by the length of; in a line with the length of; lengthwise next to)  :: a lo largo, a lo largo de
along {prep} (in a line with, with a progressive motion on; onward on; forward on)  :: por
alongside {adv} /ə.lɔŋˈsaɪd/ (along the side; by the side; side by side with)  :: al costado, al lado
alongside {prep} (together with or at the same time)  :: junto a, al lado de
along with {conj} (in addition to)  :: junto con
aloof {adj} (reserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant)  :: alejado, reservado, distante
aloof {adv} /əˈluːf/ (at or from a distance)  :: apartado, distante
aloof {adv} (without sympathy)  :: sin compasión, distante
aloofness {n} (the state of being aloof)  :: reserva {f}, actitud distante {f}
alopecia {n} /æloʊˈpiː.ʃ(i)ə/ (baldness) SEE: baldness  ::
a lot {adv} (often)  :: frecuentemente
a lot {adv} (very much)  :: mucho
a lot {n} (a large amount)  :: un montón {m} [colloquial, countable]
a lot {n} (many things)  :: mucho
aloud {adv} (audibly, not silent)  :: en voz alta
aloud {adv} /əˈlaʊd/ (loudly)  :: en voz alta
alpaca {n} /ælˈpækə/ (camelid animal of the Andes)  :: alpaca {f}
alpha {n} /ˈælfə/ (name of the letter Α, α)  :: alfa
alpha {n} (name of the letter Ɑ, ɑ) SEE: w:Latin alpha  ::
alphabet {n} /ˈæl.fə.bɛt/ (an ordered set of letters used in a language)  :: alfabeto {m}, abecedario {m}
alphabetic {adj} (alphabetical) SEE: alphabetical  ::
alphabetical {adj} /ˌælf.əˈbɛt.ɪk.əl/ (pertaining to the alphabet)  :: alfabético
alphabetical {adj} (in the sequence of the letters of the alphabet)  :: alfabético
alphabetically {adv} (arranged in the sequence of the alphabet)  :: alfabéticamente
alphabetically {adv} (in an alphabetical manner)  :: alfabéticamente
alphabetism {n} (form of discrimination)  :: alfabetismo {m}
alphabetize {v} (to arrange alphabetically)  :: alfabetizar, poner en orden alfabetico
Alpha Centauri {prop} (brightest star in the southern constellation of Centaurus)  :: Alfa Centauri
alpha helix {n} (secondary structure found in many proteins)  :: hélice alfa {f}
alpha male {n} (dominant male animal)  :: macho alfa {m}
alphanumeric {adj} (consisting of letters and numbers)  :: alfanumérico
alphanumerical {adj} (alphanumeric) SEE: alphanumeric  ::
alpha ray {n} (stream of alpha particles)  :: rayo alfa {m}
alpha wave {n} (electrical signal produced by the brain)  :: onda alpha {f}
Alphecca {prop} (binary star of Corona Borealis)  :: Alphecca
alphorn {n} /ˈalp.hɔːn/ (musical instrument)  :: trompa de los Alpes {f}, alforn
Alpine {adj} /ˈæl.paɪn/ (Relating to the Alps)  :: alpino
alpine chough {n} /ˈalpaɪnˈtʃʌf/ (alpine chough)  :: chova piquigualda {f}
alpinist {n} (mountain climber) SEE: mountaineer  ::
Alps {prop} /ælps/ (a mountain range in Western Europe)  :: Alpes {m-p}
al-Qaeda {prop} /ɒl ˈkaɪdə/ (The global network of militant Islamic extremists.)  :: Al Qaida
al-Quds {prop} /ɒl ˈkʊdz/ (Jerusalem) SEE: Jerusalem  ::
already {adv} /ɔːlˈɹɛdi/ (prior to some time)  :: ya
already {adv} (so soon)  :: ya
already {adv} (used to emphasize impatience or express exasperation)  :: ya
Alsace {prop} (region on the west bank of the upper Rhine)  :: Alsacia {f}
alsatian {n} /ælˈseɪʃən/ (dog) SEE: German shepherd  ::
Alsatian {adj} /ælˈseɪʃən/ (of or relating to Alsace)  :: alsaciano
Alsatian {n} (dog) SEE: German shepherd  ::
Alsatian {n} (person from Alsace)  :: alsaciano
Alsatian {prop} (language of Alsace)  :: alsaciano
also {adv} /ˈɔl.soʊ/ (in addition; besides; as well; further; too)  :: también, además
also known as {adv} (used to introduce an alternative name) SEE: AKA  ::
Altai {prop} (Altay) SEE: Altay  ::
Altair {prop} (star)  :: Altair
Altai Republic {prop} (federal subject of Russia)  :: República de Altái {f}
altar {n} /ˈɔːl.tə/ (flat-topped structure used for religious rites)  :: altar {m}
altar boy {n} (A boy serving as an acolyte)  :: monaguillo {m}
alter {v} /ˈɔːl.tə/ (to change the form or structure of)  :: alterar, cambiar, modificar
alterability {n} (property of being alterable)  :: alterabilidad {f}
alteration {n} /ɔl.tɚˈeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of altering or making different)  :: alteración {f}, cambio {m}, modificación {f}
alteration {n} (the state of being altered)  :: alteración
altercation {n} /ɔl.tɚˈkeɪ.ʃən/ (dispute)  :: disputa {f}, altercado {m}
altered {adj} (having been changed)  :: alterado
alter ego {n} (alternate personality or persona)  :: álter ego {m}, otro yo {m}
alterity {n} (otherness)  :: alteridad {f}
alternate {adj} /ˈɔl.tɚ.nət/ (being or succeeding by turns)  :: alterno
alternate {adj} (other; alternative)  :: alterno
alternate {n} (substitute)  :: sustituta {f}, sustituto {m}
alternate {v} (to happen, succeed, or act by turns)  :: alternar
alternate {v} (to perform by turns)  :: alternar
alternately {adv} /ˈɔl.tɚ.nə (succeding by turns)  :: alternativamente, por turno
alternate universe {n} (hypothetical world) SEE: parallel universe  ::
alternating {adj} (such that it alternates)  :: alternante, alterno, alternativo
alternating current {n} (electric current that reverses direction periodically)  :: corriente alterna {f}
alternation {n} (ablaut) SEE: ablaut  ::
alternation {n} (inclusive or) SEE: inclusive or  ::
alternation {n} /ˈɔːl.tɚˌneɪ.ʃən/ (alternate succession)  :: alternancia {f}, rotación {f}
alternation of generations {n} (metagenesis)  :: alternancia de generaciones {f}
alternative {adj} /ˌɒlˈtɜːnətɪv/ (Relating to a choice)  :: alternativo
alternative {n} (a situation which allows a choice between two or more possibilities)  :: alternativo {m}
alternative {n} (one of several things which can be chosen)  :: alternativa {f}
alternative dispute resolution {n} (resolution of a dispute through negotiation or similar means)  :: alternativa de resolución de conflictos {f}
alternative fact {n} (politically expedient assertion)  :: verdad alterna {f}
alternatively {adv} (in an alternative way)  :: si no, en lugar de
alternative medicine {n} (any of various medical methods and practices used in place of conventional medicine)  :: medicina alternativa {f}
alternator {n} (an electric generator which produces alternating current)  :: alternador {m}
althorn {n} (saxophone)  :: trombón alto {m}
although {conj} (but)  :: aunque
although {conj} /ɑlˈðoʊ/ (in spite of the fact that)  :: aunque, a pesar de
altimeter {n} (an apparatus for measuring altitude)  :: altímetro {m}
altitude {n} /ˈælt.ɪˌtuːd/ (absolute height)  :: altitud {p}
altitude {n} (distance measured upwards)  :: altura {f}
altitude sickness {n} (oxygen deficiency at high altitudes)  :: mal de montaña {m}, soroche {m}, puna {f}
alto {n} /ˈæl.toʊ/ (musical part)  :: alto {m} {f}, contralto {m} {f}
altocumulus {n} (cloud)  :: altocúmulo {m}
altogether {adv} /ɔl.tuˈɡɛθ.ɚ/ (without exception; wholly; completely)  :: totalmente, completamente
altogether {adv} (on the whole; everything considered)  :: en general, en suma
altophobia {n} (acrophobia) SEE: acrophobia  ::
alto saxophone {n} (saxophone smaller than tenor)  :: saxofón alto {m}
altostratus {n} (cloud type)  :: altostrato {m}
altrose {n} (aldohexose epimeric with mannose)  :: altrosa {f}
altruism {n} (policy that benefits others' interests)  :: altruismo {m}
altruist {n} (person imbued with altruism)  :: altruista {m} {f}
altruistic {adj} /ˌæl.tɹuˈɪs.tɪk/ (regardful of others; beneficent; unselfish)  :: altruista
alula {n} (bastard wing) SEE: bastard wing  ::
alum {n} /ˈæ.ləm/ (chemistry: double sulfate)  :: alumbre {m}
aluminium {n} /ˌæl.(j)uˈmɪn.i.əm/ (silvery metal)  :: aluminio {m}
aluminium foil {n} (thin sheets of aluminium)  :: papel aluminio {m}, papel plata
aluminium oxide {n} (alumina, Al2O3)  :: óxido de aluminio {m}
aluminosilicate {n} (any silicate mineral in which some Si4+ ions are replaced by Al3+)  :: aluminosilicato {m}
aluminous {adj} (of or pertaining to alumina or alum)  :: aluminoso
aluminum {n} /ə.ˈluː.mɨ.nəm/ (aluminium) SEE: aluminium  ::
alumna {n} /əˈlʌmnə/ (a student)  :: estudiante
alumnus {n} (a male graduate)  :: exalumno, egresado
alumnus {n} /əˈlʌmnəs/ (a male pupil or student)  :: alumno
alunite {n} (mineral)  :: alunita {f}
alveolar {adj} /æl.ˈvi.ə.lɚ/ (of or relating to the alvelous)  :: alveolar
alveolar {adj} (formed with the tongue touching or approaching the ridge behind the upper teeth)  :: alveolar
alveolar {adj} (relating to the alveoli)  :: alveolar
alveolar {adj} (relating to the jaw ridge)  :: alveolar
alveolus {n} (anatomical structure that has the form of a hollow cavity)  :: alvéolo {m}, alveolo {m}
alveolus {n} (small air sac in the lungs)  :: alvéolo {m}, alveolo {m}
always {adv} (constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals)  :: siempre
always {adv} /ˈɔl.weɪz/ (at all times)  :: siempre
Alzheimer's disease {n} /ˈɑːltshaɪmə(ɹ)z/ (mental disorder from brain tissue changes)  :: enfermedad de Alzheimer {f}, alzheimer {m}
a.m. {adv} (before noon)  :: a. m. de la mañana
AM {initialism} (before noon)  :: AM
ama {n} /ˈɑː.mə/ (amah) SEE: amah  ::
Amadeus {prop} (male given name)  :: Amadeo {m}
amalgam {n} (combination)  :: amalgama {f}
amalgam {n} /əˈmæl.ɡəm/ (alloy)  :: amalgama {f}
amalgamate {v} (math: to combine free groups)  :: amalgamar
amalgamate {v} (to combine or blend)  :: amalgamar, fusionar, unir
amalgamate {v} (to make an alloy of mercury and another metal)  :: amalgamar
Amalthea {prop} (goat or nymph who suckled Zeus)  :: Amaltea {f}
Amanda {prop} /əˈmændə/ (female given name)  :: Amanda
amanita {n} /ˌæməˈnaɪtə/ (mushroom of the genus Amanita)  :: amanita {f}
amanuensis {n} (one employed to take dictation)  :: amanuense {m}
amaranth {n} /ˈæ.məɹ.ænθ/ (herb)  :: amaranto {m}
amaranth {n}  :: amaranto {m}
amaranth {n} (color/ dye)  :: amaranto {m}
amaretto {n} (a sweet almond-flavoured liqueur)  :: amaretto {m}
amaryllis {n} /ˌæməˈɹɪlɪs/ (the belladonna lily Amaryllis belladonna)  :: amarilis {f}
amass {v} /əˈmæs/ (to collect into a mass or heap)  :: amasar, acumular
Amaterasu {prop} (Japanese sun goddess)  :: Amaterasu {f}
amateur {n} /ˈæ.mə.tɚ/ (person attached to a pursuit without pursuing it professionally)  :: amateur, aficionado
amateur {n}  :: aficionado {m}, aficionada {f}
amateur {n} (someone who is inept)  :: inadaptado {m}
amateurish {adj} /ˈæ.mə.tʃʊɚ.ɪʃ/ (reflecting the efforts of an amateur)  :: amateur, inexperto
amaxophobia {n} (fear of riding in a vehicle)  :: amaxofobia {f}
amaze {v} /əˈmeɪz/ (to fill with surprise, astonish)  :: pasmar, sorprender, asombrar
amazement {n} /əˈmeɪz.mənt/ (the condition of being amazed; overwhelming wonder, as from surprise, sudden fear)  :: asombro {m}, sorpresa {f}
amazing {adj} /əˈmeɪzɪŋ/ (causing wonder and amazement)  :: asombroso, sorprendente
amazing {adj} (very good) SEE: good  ::
amazingly {adv} (difficult to believe)  :: increíblemente
amazingly {adv} (to a wonder-inspiring extent)  :: asombrosamente
amazingly {adv} (wonderfully)  :: extraordinariamente
amazon {n} /ˈæ.mə.zɑ.ːn/ (tall, strong, athletic woman)  :: amazona {f}
Amazon {prop} /ˈæ.mə.zɑːn/ (river)  :: Amazonas {m}
Amazonas {prop} (department of Colombia)  :: Amazonas
Amazonas {prop} (region of Peru)  :: Amazonas
Amazonas {prop} (state of Brazil)  :: Amazonas
Amazonas {prop} (state of Venezuela)  :: Amazonas
Amazonian {adj} /æməˈzoʊni.ən/ (of or relating to the Amazons)  :: amazónico
Amazonian {adj} (having to do with the Amazon River)  :: amazónico
Amazonian antshrike {n} (Thamnophilus amazonicus)  :: batará amazónico
amazonite {n} (gem)  :: amazonita {f}
amazonstone {n} (amazonite) SEE: amazonite  ::
amœba {n} /əˈmiːbə/ (amoeba) SEE: amoeba  ::
ambages {n} /ˈam.bɪ.d͡ʒɪz/ (indirect or roundabout ways of talking) SEE: circumlocution  ::
amban {n} (provincial governor in a semi-independent territory under Chinese rule)  :: amban {m}
ambassador {n} /æmˈbæs.ə.dɚ/ (minister)  :: embajador {m}, embajadora {f}
ambassador {n} (representative)  :: embajador {m}, embajadora {f}
amber {adj} (of a brownish yellow colour)  :: ambarino, de color ámbar
amber {n} /ˈæ.mbɚ/ (fossil resin)  :: ámbar {m}
amber {n} (ambergris) SEE: ambergris  ::
amber {n} (colour)  :: ámbar {m}
amber {n} (traffic light colour)  :: ámbar {m}
ambergris {n} /ˈæm.bɚ.ɡɹɪs/ (waxy substance produced by sperm whales)  :: ámbar gris {m}
ambiance {n} /ˈæəns/ (particular mood or atmosphere of an environment)  :: ambiente {f}, atmósfera {f}
ambidextrous {adj} /æˈdɛk.stɹəs/ (having equal ability in both hands)  :: ambidextro, ambidiestro {m}
ambigram {n} (design that reads as the same word or phrase in two different orientations)  :: ambigrama {m}
ambiguity {n} /æmbɪɡˈjuɪtiː/ (something liable to more than one interpretation)  :: ambigüedad {f}
ambiguous {adj} /æmˈbɪɡjuəs/ (open to multiple interpretations)  :: ambiguo
ambiguous {adj} (vague and unclear)  :: ambiguo
ambiguously {adv} (in an ambiguous manner)  :: ambiguamente
ambit {n} (circuit, or a boundary around a property)  :: ámbito
ambit {n} (sphere or area of control and influence of something)  :: ámbito {m}
ambition {n} /æmˈbɪ.ʃən/ (desire)  :: ambición {f}
ambition {n} (desire for another person to achieve these things)  :: ambición {f}
ambition {n} (object of desire)  :: ambición {f}
ambition {n} (personal quality)  :: ambición {f}
ambitious {adj} /æmˈbɪʃ.əs/ (possessing, or controlled by, ambition)  :: ambicioso
ambitiously {adv} (in an ambitious manner)  :: ambiciosamente
ambivalence {n} (coexistence of opposing attitudes)  :: ambivalencia {f}
ambivalence {n} (state of uncertainty)  :: indecisión {f}
ambivalent {adj} /æmˈbɪv.ə.lənt/ (experiencing or expressing opposing feelings)  :: ambivalente
amble {n} /ˈæm.bəl/ (an unhurried leisurely walk or stroll)  :: deambular {m}, ambular
amble {v} (to stroll or walk slowly and leisurely)  :: deambular, ambular
amblyopia {n} /æmblɪˈəʊpɪə/ (dimness or blurring of the eyesight)  :: ambliopía {f}
Ambrose {prop} (male given name)  :: Ambrosio {m}
ambrosia {n} /æmˈbɹoʊʒə/ (food of gods or delicious foods)  :: ambrosía {f}
ambulance {n} /ˈæm.bjə.ləns/ (emergency vehicle)  :: ambulancia {f}
ambulatory {adj} /ˈam.bjə.ləˌtɔ.ɹi/ (Of, relating to, or adapted to walking)  :: ambulatorio
ambulatory {adj} (Performed on or involving an ambulatory patient or an outpatient)  :: ambulatorio
ambulatory {n} (round walkway encircling the altar)  :: deambulatorio {m}
ambulophobia {n} (fear of walking or standing)  :: ambulofobia {f}
ambush {n} /ˈæm.bʊʃ/ (a disposition or arrangement of troops for attacking an enemy unexpectedly from a concealed station)  :: emboscada
ambush {v} (to attack by ambush; to waylay)  :: emboscar
ambush {v} (to station in ambush with a view to surprise an enemy)  :: emboscar
ameban {adj} (of, pertaining to, or resembling an amoeba)  :: amebiano
Amelia {prop} /əˈmiːljə/ (female given name)  :: Amelia {f}
ameliorate {v} /əˈmiːli.əɹeɪt/ (to make better)  :: mejorar
amelioration {n} (act of making better)  :: mejoría {f}, mejora {f}
amelioration {n} (improvement)  :: mejora {f}
ameloblast {n} (epithelial cell)  :: ameloblastina {f}
amelogenin {n} (protein)  :: amelogenina {f}
amen {adv} /eɪˈmɛn/ (so be it)  :: amén
amenable {adj} /əˈmiːnəbl/ (Willing to respond to persuasion or suggestions)  :: receptivo, susceptible
amenable {adj} (Willing to comply with; agreeable)  :: agradable [archaic]
amend {v} /əˈmɛnd/ (to make better)  :: corregir, mejorar
amend {v} (to become better)  :: mejorar
amend {v} (to make a formal alteration)  :: enmendar
amendment {n} /ʌˈmɛnd.mənt/ (correction or addition to a law)  :: enmienda {f}
amendment {n} (that which is added)  :: enmienda {f}
amends {n} /ʌˈmɛnds/ (compensation for a loss or injury)  :: compensación {f}, reparación {f}, desagravio {m}
amenity {n} (convenience) SEE: convenience  ::
amenity {n} /əˈmiːnəti/ (pleasantness)  :: comodidad {f}, amenidad {f}
amenity {n} (something that makes life easier or more pleasant)  :: comodidad {f}, amenidad {f}
amenity {n} (unit of community infrastructure)  :: servicio {m}, servicio público {m}, infraestructura {f}, instalación
amenorrhoea {n} /əˌmɛnəˈɹiːə/ (lack of a menstrual period)  :: amenorrea {f}
amerce {v} /əˈmɝs/ (to impose a fine on) SEE: fine  ::
amerce {v} (to make an exaction) SEE: punish  ::
America {prop} (Americas) SEE: Americas  ::
America {prop} /əˈmɛɹɪkə/ (United States of America) SEE: United States of America  ::
American {adj} (of or pertaining to the Americas)  :: americano
American {adj} (of or pertaining to the U.S. or its culture)  :: estadounidense, norteamericano
American {n} /əˈmɛɹɪkən/ (inhabitant of the Americas)  :: americano {m}, americana {f}
American {n} (person born in or citizen of the USA)  :: estadounidense {m} {f}, estadunidense {m} {f}, norteamericano {m}, [colloquial] americano
American {prop} (American English)  :: inglés estadounidense {m}, inglés americano {m}
American aloe {n} (Agave americana)  :: maguey {m}
American badger {n} (Taxidea taxus)  :: tlalcoyote {m}
American bison {n} /əˈmɛɽɪkænˈbɪsɔn/ (mammal)  :: bisonte americano {m}
American black vulture {n} (black vulture) SEE: black vulture  ::
American brook char {n} (Salvelinus fontinalis) SEE: brook trout  ::
American Bulldog {n} (American Bulldog)  :: Bulldog Americano {m}
American Civil War {prop} (civil war in the United States (1861-1865))  :: Guerra de Secesión {f}, Guerra Civil estadounidense {f}
American eagle {n} (bald eagle) SEE: bald eagle  ::
American English {prop} (English of the United States)  :: inglés estadounidense {m}, inglés americano {m}
American football {n} (American football)  :: fútbol americano {m}, fútbol estadounidense {m}; [Mexico] futbol americano {m}, [Mexico] futbol estadounidense {m}
American Indian {n} (a member of some indigenous peoples of the Americas, see also: Amerindian; Native American)  :: indio americano {m}, india americana {f}
Americanisation {n} (assimilation)  :: americanización {f}
Americanism {n} (linguistic feature)  :: americanismo {m}, angloamericanismo {m}
Americanization {n} (Americanisation) SEE: Americanisation  ::
Americanize {v} (to make American)  :: americanizar
American kestrel {n} (species)  :: cernícalo {m}
American pokeweed {n} (pokeweed) SEE: pokeweed  ::
American Samoa {prop} /əˈmɛɹ.ɪ.kən səˈmoʊ.ə/ (US overseas territory in Oceania)  :: Samoa Americana {f}
American Sign Language {prop} (language that uses hands, facial expressions, and other bodily behavior to communicate)  :: lengua de señas americana {f}
American sweetgum {n} (deciduous tree)  :: liquidámbar americano
American white birch {n} (Betula papyrifera) SEE: paper birch  ::
Americas {prop} (North and South America)  :: América {f}
americium {n} (chemical element with atomic number 95)  :: americio {m}
Amerindian {n} /ˌæməˈɹɪndi.ən/ (an American Indian, see also: American Indian; Native American)  :: amerindio {m}, amerindia {f}
amethyst {n} /ˈæm.ə.θɪst/ (gem)  :: amatista {f}
amethyst {n} (colour)  :: amatista {f}
Amharic {prop} /æmˈhæɹɪk/  :: amárico
amiability {n} /eɪ.mi.ʌˈbɪl.ə.ti/ (cheerful and friendly disposition)  :: amabilidad {f}, afabilidad {f}
amiable {adj} /ˈeɪ.mi.ə.bəl/ (friendly as an amiable temper or mood)  :: amable, afable
amiable {adj} (possessing sweetness of disposition)  :: amable, afable
amiably {adv} (in an amiable manner)  :: amablemente
amianthus {n} (a type of asbestos with long, soft, thin fibers)  :: amianto {m}
amicable {adj} /ˈæ.mɨ.kə.bəl/ (showing friendliness or goodwill)  :: amigable, amistoso, cordial
amicable number {n} (number theory)  :: números amigos {m-p}
amid {prep} /əˈmɪd/ (surrounded by)  :: rodeado por, envuelto, entre
amide {n} /ˈeɪ.maɪd/ (organic chemistry: derivative of an oxoacid)  :: amida {f}
amide {n} (ionic derivative of ammonia)  :: amida {f}
amidine {n} (an organic compound derived from oxoacids)  :: amidina
amidst {prep} /aˈmɪdst/ (in the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among)  :: en medio
amigo {n} /əˈmiɡoʊ]/ (friend) SEE: friend  ::
amine {n} /ˈæ.miːn/ (inorganic chemistry: functional group formally derived from ammonia)  :: amina {f}
amine {n} (organic compound containing an amine functional group)  :: amina {f}
amino {adj} (relating to an amine)  :: amino
amino {n} (the amine functional group)  :: amino {m}
amino acid {n} (any of the twenty α-amino acids)  :: aminoácido {m}
amino acid {n} (any organic compound containing amino and carboxylic acid)  :: aminoácido {m}
aminoacyl {n} (class of organic radicals)  :: aminoacil {f}
aminobenzoate {n} (any salt or ester of aminobenzoic acid)  :: aminobenzoato {m}
aminobenzoic acid {n} (any benzoic acid with an amino group)  :: ácido aminobenzoico {m}
aminogram {n}  :: aminograma {m}
aminomycin {n} (perimycin) SEE: perimycin  ::
amiodarone {n} (medicine used against arrhythmia)  :: amiodarona {f}
amiss {adj} /əˈmɪs/ (wrong (postpositive))  :: mal
amiss {adj} (wrong) SEE: wrong  ::
a miss is as good as a mile {proverb} (failure remains a failure)  :: de casi no se muere nadie
amity {n} /ˈæ.mɪ.ti/ (friendship)  :: amistad {f}
Amman {prop} /ɑːˈmɑːn/ (the capital of Jordan)  :: Amán, Ammán
ammeter {n} (device that measures an electric current)  :: amperímetro {m}
ammonal {n} /ˈa.mə.nal/ (explosive)  :: amonal {m}
ammonia {n} /ʌˈmon.jʌ/ (the compound NH3)  :: amoníaco {m}
ammoniac {adj} (relating to ammonia or possessing its properties)  :: amoniacal
ammonite {n} (cephalopod)  :: amonite {m}
ammonium {n} (univalent NH4+ cation)  :: amonio {m}
ammunition {n} /ˌæmjuˈnɪʃən/ (articles used in charging firearms)  :: munición {f}
amnesia {n} /ˌæmˈniʒə/ (loss of memory)  :: amnesia {f}
amnesic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or suffering from amnesia)  :: amnésico
amnesty {n} /ˈæm.nɪ.sti/ (act of the sovereign power)  :: amnistía {f}
amnesty {v} (to grant a pardon (to a group))  :: amnistiar
amnicolist {n} /æmˈnɪkəlɪst/  :: costeño {m}, costero {m}, ribereño {m}, riberense {m}
amnion {n} /ˈæm.nɪ.ɑːn/ (innermost membrane of the fetal membranes of reptiles, birds, and mammals)  :: amnios {m}
amniotic {adj} /æmniˈɑːtɪk/ (pertaining to the amnion)  :: amniótico
amniotic fluid {n} (fluid that surrounds a developing embryo or fetus)  :: agua del amnios {f}
amoeba {n} /əˈmiːbə/ (a member of a genus of unicellular protozoa)  :: ameba {f}
amoebic {adj} /əˈmiːbɪk/ (relating to an amoeba)  :: amebiano
amok {adv} /əˈmɒk/ (in a frenzy of violence, or on a killing spree; berserk)  :: desenfrenado {m}
among {prep} /əˈmʌŋ/ (mingling or intermixing)  :: entre
among other things {adv} (inter alia) SEE: inter alia  ::
amoral {adj} (of acts)  :: amoral
amoral {adj} (of people)  :: amoral
amorous {adj} /ˈæ.mɹəs/ (inclined to love)  :: amoroso {m}, cariñoso {m}
amorous {adj} (affected with love)  :: enamorado
amorous {adj} (indicating love or sexual desire)  :: amoroso
amorously {adv} /ˈæ.mə.ɹə (in an amorous manner)  :: cariñosamente, amorosamente
amorphicity {n} (quality of being amporhic) SEE: amorphousness  ::
amorphous {adj} (being without definite character or nature)  :: amorfo
amorphous {adj} /əˈmɔɹfəs/ (lacking a definite form or clear shape)  :: amorfo
amorphous {adj} (physics: in the non-crystalline state of solid)  :: amorfo
amortization {n} (process of distributing asset cost)  :: amortización {f}
amortize {v} /əˈmɔːtaɪz/ (decrease (debt) in installments)  :: amortizar
Amos {prop} (book of the Old Testament)  :: Amós
Amos {prop} /ˈeɪ.məs/ (figure mentioned in the Old Testament)  :: Amós
amount {n}  :: cantidad {f}
amount {n} /əˈmaʊnt/ (total or sum of items)  :: cantidad {f}, monto {m}
amount {n} (number of elements in a set) SEE: number  ::
amount {n} (quantity or volume)  :: cantidad
amount {v} (to total or evaluate)  :: equivaler
Amoy {prop} /əˈmɔɪ/ (Xiamen) SEE: Xiamen  ::
ampelography {n} (science of grapevine cultivars)  :: ampelografía {f}
amperage {n} (electric current) SEE: current  ::
ampere {n} (unit of electrical current)  :: amperio {m}, ampere {m}
ampersand {n} /ˈæm.pə(ɹ).sænd/ (the symbol &)  :: y comercial {f}, et {m}
ampersat {n} /ˈæm.pɚ.sæt/ (at sign) SEE: at sign  ::
amphetamine {n} /æmˈfɛtəmin/ (amphetamine)  :: anfetamina {f}
amphibian {n} /æmˈfɪbɪən/ (vertebrate)  :: anfibio {m}
amphibious {adj} /æmˈfɪbi.əs]/ (capable of functioning on land or in water)  :: anfibio
amphibole {n} (Any of a large group of similar hydrated double silicate minerals)  :: anfíbol {m}
amphictyon {n} (deputee from the confederated states of Ancient Greece)  :: anfictión
amphiprostyle {adj} (having columns at either end but not along the sides)  :: anfipróstilo {m}
amphitheater {n} /ˈæmfəˌθiːjətɚ/ (classic amphitheatre)  :: anfiteatro {m}
amphitheatre {n} /ˈæmfəˌθiːjətɚ/ (an open, outdoor theatre)  :: anfiteatro {m}
amphora {n} /ˈæm.fə.ɹə/ (type of jar)  :: cántaro {m}
ample {adj} /ˈæm.pəl/ (large; great in size)  :: amplio, extenso
ample {adj} (fully sufficient; abundant)  :: abundante, generoso
amplification {n} /ˌæmplɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/ (result of amplifying)  :: amplificación {f}
amplification {n} (in electronics)  :: amplificación {f}
amplification {n} (in genetics)  :: amplificación {f}
amplification {n} (in physics)  :: amplificación {f}
amplifier {n} /ˈæm.plə.faɪ.ɚ/ (anything that amplifies)  :: amplificador {m}, amplificadora {f}
amplifier {n} (an appliance or circuit)  :: amplificador {m}
amplify {v} /ˈæmp.lɪ.faɪ/ (to render larger etc.)  :: amplificar
amplify {v} (to increase amplitude)  :: amplificar
amplitude {n} /ˈæm.plɪ.tud/ (magnitude)  :: amplitud {f}
amplitude {n} (maths: maximum absolute value)  :: amplitud {f}
amplitude {n} (physics: maximum absolute value)  :: amplitud {f}
amplitude modulation {n} (method of sending information)  :: modulación de amplitud
amply {adv} /ˈæ (in an ample manner)  :: ampliamente
ampoule {n} /ˈæm.puːl/ (small glass vial hermetically sealed)  :: ampolla {f}
amputate {v} (To surgically remove a body part)  :: amputar
amputation {n} (surgical removal of a limb)  :: amputación {f}
Amritsar {prop} (city in India)  :: Amritsar
Amsterdam {prop} /ˈæmstəɹˌdæm/ (capital of the Netherlands)  :: Amsterdam {m}
Amsterdamer {n} (An inhabitant or a resident of Amsterdam)  :: amsterdamés {m}, amsterdamesa {f}
Amu Darya {prop} /ˌɑːmuːˈdɑːɹɪə/ (river)  :: Amu Daria {m}, Amu Darya {m}, Amu-Daria {m}, Amu-Darya {m}
amulet {n} /ˈæm.jə.lɪt/ (object intended to bring protection to its owner)  :: amuleto {m}, talismán {m}
Amun {prop} (Egyptian wind deity)  :: Amón {m}
Amur {prop} (Heilongjiang) SEE: Heilongjiang  ::
Amur {prop} (the river between the Far East Russia and China)  :: Amur {m}
amuse {v} /əˈmjuːz/ (to entertain or occupy in a pleasant manner)  :: entretener, distraer
amuse {v} (to cause laughter)  :: divertir
amusement {n} (an activity that is entertaining or amusing)  :: diversión {f}
amusement {n} /əˈmjuzmənt/ (entertainment)  :: divertimiento {m}
amusement park {n} (commercially-operated collection of rides, games and other entertainment attractions)  :: parque de diversiones {m}, parque de entretención {m}
amusing {adj} /əˈmjuːzɪŋ/ (entertaining)  :: divertido {m}, entretenido {m}
amusing {adj} (funny)  :: gracioso {m}
Amuzgo {prop} (indigenous language of Mexico)  :: amuzgo
amygdala {n} /əˈmɪɡ.də.lə/ (region of the brain)  :: amígdala {f}
amyl alcohol {n} (any of the isomers of pentanol)  :: alcohol amílico {m}
amylase {n} (enzyme, present in saliva, that breaks down carbohydrates such as starch)  :: amilasa {f}
amyloid {adj} (containing or resembling starch)  :: amiloideo
amyloid {adj} (turning blue-black)  :: amiloideo
amyloidosis {n} (group of disorders)  :: amiloidosis {f}
amylopectin {n} (insoluble form of starch)  :: amilopectina {f}
amyloplast {n} (leucoplast responsible for the storage of amylopectin)  :: amiloplasto {m}
amylose {n} (soluble form of starch)  :: amilosa {f}
amyotrophy {n} (atrophy of muscles)  :: amiotrofia {f}
an {article} /æn/ (indefinite article)  :: un {m}, una {f}
-an {suffix} (of or pertaining to)  :: -ano {m}, -ana {f}
Anabaptism {n} /ænəˈbæptɪzm/ (doctrine)  :: anabaptismo {m}
Anabaptist {n} (member of present-day church)  :: anabaptista {f}
Anabaptist {n} (member of radical wing of Christians during Reformation)  :: anabaptista {f}
anabasine {n} (pyridine alkaloid)  :: anabasina {f}
anabasis {n} /əˈnæbəsɪs/ (military march up-country)  :: anábasis {f}
anabolic {adj} (relating to anabolism)  :: anabólico
anabolism {n} (the constructive metabolism of the body)  :: anabolismo {m}
anachronism {n} /əˈnækɹənɪzm/ (chronological mistake)  :: anacronismo {m}
anachronism {n} (person or thing which seems to belong to a different time)  :: anacronismo {m}
anachronistic {adj} /əˌnæk.ɹəˈnɪs.tɪk/ (erroneous in date)  :: anacrónico
anacoluthon {n} /ænəkəˈluːθɒn/ (intentional rhetorical structure)  :: anacoluto {m}
anaconda {n} (any of various large nonvenomous snake of the genus Eunectes)  :: anaconda
anacrusis {n} /anəˈkɹuːsɪs/ ((music) an unstressed note (or notes) before the first strong beat of a phrase)  :: anacrusa {f}
anadiplosis {n} (a rhetorical device)  :: anadiplosis {f}
anadromous {adj} /əˈnæd.ɹə.məs/ (of migratory fish)  :: anádromo
Anadyr {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Anádir {m}
anaerobic {adj} /ˌænəˈɹoʊbik/ (without oxygen)  :: anaeróbico
anaesthesia {n} /æn.əs.ˈθi.ʒə/ (loss of bodily sensation)  :: anestesia {f}
anaesthesiology {n} (science of administering anaesthetics)  :: anestesiología {f}
anaesthetic {n} /æn.əs.ˈθɛ.tɪk/ (anaesthetic)  :: anestésico
anaesthetist {n} /əˈniːsθ.ə.tɪst/ (anaesthetist) SEE: anesthesiologist  ::
anagogical {adj} (anagogic) SEE: anagogic  ::
anagram {n} /ˈæ.nə.ɡɹæm/ (word or phrase created by rearranging letters from another word or phrase)  :: anagrama {m}
anal {adj} /ˈeɪ.nəl/ (of, related to, intended for or involving the anus)  :: anal
anal {adj} (of a person, obsessed with neatness, accuracy, compulsiveness and stubbornness,)  :: fastidioso
anal {adj} (of the stage in psychosexual development)  :: anal
anal beads {n} (sex toy)  :: cuentas anales {f}
anal cleft {n} (groove between buttocks)  :: hendidura interglútea {f}, hendidura glútea {f}, raya [informal]
anal fin {n} (fin on the underside of a fish)  :: aleta anal {f}
analgesia {n} /ˌænəlˈdʒiːzɪə/ (absence of the sense of pain)  :: analgesia {f}
analgesic {adj} (of or relating to analgesia)  :: analgésico {m}
analgesic {n} /ˌæn.l̩ˈdʒiː.zɪk/ (medicine that reduces pain)  :: analgésico {m}
analog {n} /ˈæ.nə.lɔɡ/ (structural derivative)  :: análogo
analogic {adj} (analogical) SEE: analogical  ::
analogical {adj}  :: analógico
analogically {adv} (in an analogical manner)  :: análogamente
analogous {adj} /əˈnæl.ə.ɡəs/ (having analogy; corresponding to something else)  :: análogo
analogue {n} (analog) SEE: analog  ::
analogy {n} (relationship of resemblance or equivalence)  :: analogía {f}
anal sex {n} (sex involving the anus)  :: sexo anal {m}
analysis {n} (chemistry: process of breaking down a substance or the result of this process)  :: análisis
analysis {n} /əˈnælɪsɪs/ (decomposition into components in order to study)  :: análisis {m}
analysis {n} (in mathematics)  :: análisis {m}
analysis {n} (psychoanalysis) SEE: psychoanalysis  ::
analyst {n} (chemical, financial or business analyst)  :: analista {m} {f}
analyst {n} (person who analyses)  :: analista {m} {f}
analyst {n} (psychoanalysis practitioner)  :: psicoanalista {m} {f}
analyst {n} (systems analyst)  :: analista de sistemas {m} {f}
analytic {adj} (able to analyze)  :: analítico
analytic {adj} /ˌænəˈlɪtɪk/ (relating to analysis)  :: analítico
analytical {adj} /æn.əˈlɪt.ə.kəl/ (analytic) SEE: analytic  ::
analytical engine {n} (mechanical general-purpose computer)  :: máquina analítica {f}
analytically {adv} /æn.əˈlɪt.ɪk.ə (in an analytical manner)  :: analíticamente
analytic geometry {n} (branch of mathematics)  :: geometría analítica {f}
analytic philosophy {n} (style of philosophy)  :: filosofía analítica {f}
analytics {n} /ænəˈlɪtɪks/ (application of computer technology, operational research, and statistics to solve problems)  :: analítica {f}
analyze {v} /ˈæn.ə.laɪz/ (to subject to analysis)  :: analizar
anamnesis {n} /ˌænæmˈniːsɪs/ (recollection)  :: anamnesia
ananas {n} /əˈneɪnəs/ (pineapple) SEE: pineapple  ::
Anapa {prop} (city)  :: Anapa
anapest {n} /ˈæn.ə.pɛst/ (metrical foot)  :: anapesto {m}
anapestic {adj} (of, or relating to, or composed of anapests)  :: anapéstico
anaphase {n} /ˈænəˌfeɪz/ (stage of mitosis and meiosis during which the chromosomes separate)  :: anafase {f}
anaphora {n} /ænəˈfɔɹə/ (repetition of a phrase used for emphasis)  :: anáfora {f}
anaphora {n} (linguistics: expression that refers to another expression)  :: anáfora
anaphoresis {n} (movement of electrically charged particles)  :: anforesis {f}
anaphoric {adj} (relating to an anaphora)  :: anafórico
anaphrodisiac {adj} (antaphrodisiac) SEE: antaphrodisiac  ::
anaphrodisiac {n} (antaphrodisiac) SEE: antaphrodisiac  ::
anaphylactic shock {n} (severe allergic reaction)  :: choque anafiláctico {m}
anaphylaxis {n} (severe and rapid systemic allergic reaction to an allergen)  :: anafilaxia {f}
an apple a day keeps the doctor away {proverb} /əˈn‿æ.pəl‿ə ˈdeɪ ˈkiːps ðə ˈdɒk.təɹ‿əˈweɪ/ (apples are good for you)  :: una manzana al día mantiene al médico en la lejanía
anarchic {adj} /ænˈɑɹ.kɪk/ (relating to anarchy)  :: anárquico
anarchical {adj} (anarchic) SEE: anarchic  ::
anarchism {n} /ˈænəɹˌkɪzəm/ (belief that proposes the absence and abolition of government in all forms)  :: anarquismo {m}
anarchist {n} /ˈæn.ɑɹ.kɪst/ (believer in anarchism)  :: anarquista {m} {f}
anarchist {n} (nihilist)  :: nihilista {m} {f}
anarcho-capitalism {n} (philosophy that advocates the elimination of the state and a self-regulating free market)  :: anarcocapitalismo {m}
anarcho-syndicalism {n} (A branch or field of anarchy that focuses on the abolition of capitalism)  :: anarcosindicalismo {m}
anarchy {n} /ˈæn.ɑɹ.ki/ (absence of any form of political authority or government)  :: anarquía {f}
anarchy {n} (political disorder and confusion)  :: anarquía {f}
Anasazi {n} (member of a Native American people who once lived in Utah and Colorado)  :: anasazi {m} {f}
Anastasia {prop} (female given name)  :: Anastasia {f}
anastrophe {n} (switching in the syntactical order of words)  :: anástrofe {f}
anastylosis {n} (reassembly of ruined monuments)  :: anastilosis {f}
anathema {n} /əˈnæθəmə/ (ban or curse)  :: anatema {f}
Anatolia {prop} /ˌænəˈtəʊli.ə/ (peninsula of Western Asia)  :: Anatolia {f}
Anatolian {adj} /anəˈtəʊlɪən/ (of or pertaining to Anatolia or its people, culture, etc.)  :: anatolio
Anatolius {prop} (male given name)  :: Anatolio {m}
anatomic {adj} /ˈænæ.tɒmɪk/ (anatomical) SEE: anatomical  ::
anatomical {adj} /æn.əˈtɑm.ɪc.ʌl/ (Of or relating to anatomy or dissection)  :: anatómico
anatomically {adv} (pertaining to anatomy)  :: anatómicamente
anatomicopathological {adj} (anatomopathological) SEE: anatomopathological  ::
anatomy {n} /əˈnætəmi/ (art of studying the different parts of any organized body)  :: anatomía {f}
anatto {n} (coloring and flavoring) SEE: annatto  ::
Anaximander {prop} (philosopher)  :: Anaximandro
Anaximenes {prop} (philosopher)  :: Anaxímenes
-ance {suffix} (a state)  :: -anza, -ancia {f}
ancestor {n} /ˈæn.sɛs.tɚ/ (one from whom a person is descended)  :: ancestro {m}, antepasado
ancestral {adj} /ænˈsɛs.təɹ.əl/ (pertaining to ancestors)  :: ancestral
ancestral hall {n} (ancestral shrine) SEE: ancestral shrine  ::
ancestral temple {n} (ancestral shrine) SEE: ancestral shrine  ::
ancestry {n} /ˈæn.sɛs.tɹi/ (condition as to ancestors)  :: linaje {m}, ascendencia {f}
anchor {n} /ˈæŋ.kɚ/ (tool to moor a vessel into sea bottom)  :: ancla {f}
anchor {v} (to hold an object to a fixed point)  :: anclar
anchorage {n} (fee for anchoring)  :: anclaje {m}
anchorage {n} (place for anchoring)  :: fondeadero {m}, anclaje {m}
Anchorage {prop} /ˈæŋ.kə.ɹɪdʒ/ (city)  :: Anclazgo {m}
anchorite {n} (one who lives in seclusion)  :: anacoreta {f}
anchorman {n} (TV host)  :: presentador de noticias {m}
anchovy {n} /ˈæn.tʃoʊ.vi/ (small saltwater fish)  :: anchoa {f}, boquerón {m}
ancient {adj} /ˈeɪn.(t)ʃənt/ (having lasted from a remote period)  :: antiguo
ancient {adj} (existent or occurring in time long past)  :: antiguo
Ancient Greece {prop} (The ancient civilization of the Mediterranean)  :: Grecia antigua {f}
Ancient Greek {prop} (the Greek language of classical antiquity)  :: griego antiguo {m}
ancient history {n} (not worth discussing any more)  :: agua pasada {f}
ancient history {n} (period of history)  :: Edad Antigua {f}
Ancient Rome {prop} (civilization associated with Rome from the 9th century BC to the 12th century AD)  :: Antigua Roma {f}
ancients {n} (the people of antiquity)  :: los antiguos {m-p}
ancillary {adj} /ˈænsəˌleɹiː/ (subordinate, secondary, auxiliary, accessory)  :: secundario, auxiliar
ancillary {n} (person)  :: auxiliar {m} {f}, ayudante {m} {f}, subordinado {m}, subordinada {f}, criado
ancillary {n} (thing)  :: auxiliar {m} {f}, accesorio {m}, apoyo {m},
and {conj} /ænd/ (used to connect two similar words, phrases, et cetera)  :: y, e
and {conj} (used at the end of a list to indicate the last item)  :: y, e
and {conj} (used to string together sentences or sentence fragments in chronological order)  :: y
Andalusia {prop} /ˌændəˈluːsi.ə/ (autonomous community of Spain)  :: Andalucía
Andalusian {adj} (from, or pertaining to, Andalusia)  :: andaluz
Andalusian {n} (someone from Andalusia)  :: andaluz {m}, andaluza {f}
Andalusian Arabic {prop} (variety of the Arabic language)  :: árabe andalusí {m}
Andalusi Arabic {prop} (Andalusian Arabic) SEE: Andalusian Arabic  ::
andalusite {n} (mineral)  :: andalucita {f}
Andean {adj} /ænˈdiː.ən/ (of or pertaining to the Andes mountains)  :: andino
Andean cat {n} (Leopardus jacobitus)  :: huiña {f} [Chile]; guiña {f} [Chile]
Andean flamingo {n} (Phoenicopterus andinus)  :: flamenco andino {m}
Andes {prop} /ˈæn.diːz/ (mountain range in South America)  :: los Andes {m-p}
andesine {n} (sodium calcium aluminum silicate)  :: andesina {f}
and how {phrase} /ˈænd ˈhaʊ/ (strong confirmation of preceding)  :: ¡y cómo!
Andhra Pradesh {prop} /ˌæn.dɹə pɹəˈdɛʃ/ (state in the union of India)  :: Andhra Pradesh
andiron {n} (a utensil for supporting wood while burning)  :: morillo {m}
and/or {conj} (inclusive "or")  :: y/o
Andorra {prop} /ænˈdɔɹ.ə/ (country)  :: Andorra {f}
Andorra la Vella {prop} (capital of Andorra)  :: Andorra la Vieja {f}
Andorran {adj} (pertaining to Andorra)  :: andorrano
Andorran {n} /ænˈdɔːɹən/ (person from Andorra)  :: andorrano {m}, andorrana {f}
Andrea {prop} /ˈændɹi.ə/ (female given name)  :: Andrea {f}
Andrew {prop} /ˈæn.dɹuː/ (the Apostle)  :: Andrés
Andrew {prop} (male given name)  :: Andrés
andrewsarchus {n} (prehistoric mammal)  :: andrewsarchus {m}
androcentric {adj} (focused on males)  :: androcéntrico
androecium {n} (set of stamens)  :: androceo {m}
androgen {n} (androgen)  :: andrógeno {m}
androgenic {adj} (androgenic)  :: androgénico
androgenic hair {n} (body hair) SEE: body hair  ::
androgyne {n} /ˈæn.dɹə.dʒaɪn/ (a person who is androgynous)  :: andrógino {m}
androgynous {adj} /ænˈdɹɑdʒənəs/ (having sex organs of both genders) SEE: hermaphroditic  ::
androgynous {adj} (pertaining to a characteristic that is not definitively of either sex)  :: andrógino
androgynous {adj} (possessing qualities of both sexes)  :: andrógino
android {n} /ˈænˌdɹɔɪd/ (robot with human form)  :: androide {m}
andrology {n} (a branch of medicine)  :: andrología {f}
Andromeda {prop} /ænˈdɹɑːmɪdə/ (mythical daughter of Cepheus)  :: Andrómeda
Andromeda {prop} (constellation)  :: Andrómeda
Andromeda {prop} (spiral galaxy)  :: Andrómeda
androphilia {n} (sexual attraction to men)  :: androfilia {f}
androphobia {n} (fear of men)  :: androfobia {f}
androstenedione {n} (steroid hormone)  :: androstediona {f}
and so forth {phrase} (indicating a list continues similarly)  :: y así sucesivamente; y cosas semejantes
and so on {phrase} (indicating a list continues) SEE: and so forth and etc.  ::
-ane {suffix} /eɪn/ (alkanes)  :: -ano {m}
anecdotal {adj} /ˌænɪkˈdoʊtl̩/ (relating to in in the nature of an anecdote)  :: anecdótico
anecdotal evidence {n} (examples)  :: pruebas anecdóticas {f-p}
anecdote {n} /ˈæ.nɪk.doʊt/ (short account of an incident)  :: anécdota {f}
anecdotic {adj} (anecdotal) SEE: anecdotal  ::
anecdotive {adj} (anecdotal) SEE: anecdotal  ::
anemia {n} /əˈnimi.ə/ (medical condition with decreased oxygen transport)  :: anemia {f}
anemic {adj} /ʌˈni.mɪk/ (of or pertaining to anemia)  :: anémico
anemometer {n} /ænɪˈmɑːmətɚ/ (an instrument for measuring and recording the speed of the wind)  :: anemómetro {m}
anemone {n} /əˈnɛm.ə.ni/ (any plant of genus anemone)  :: anémona {f}
anemone {n} (sea anemone) SEE: sea anemone  ::
anemonefish {n} (fish of the genus Amphiprion) SEE: clownfish  ::
aneroid {n} (aneroid barometer) SEE: aneroid barometer  ::
anesthesia {n} /æn.əs.ˈθi.ʒə/ (loss of bodily sensation)  :: anestesia {f}
anesthesiologist {n} (physician specializing in anesthesiology)  :: anestesiólogo {m}, anestesióloga {f}
anesthetic {adj} /ˌænəsˈθɛtɪk/ (causing the reduction in pain sensitivity)  :: anestésico
anesthetic {n} (a substance for the reduced perception of pain)  :: anestésico {m}
anesthetist {n} (person who gives an anesthetic)  :: anestesiador {m} {f}, anestesista {m} {f}
anesthetization {n} (an administration of anesthesia)  :: anestesia {f}
anesthetize {v} /əˈniːs.θə.taɪz/ (administer anesthesia)  :: anestesiar
anestrus {n} (sexual respite in between breeding periods)  :: anestro {m}
anethole {n} (aromatic compound found in anise)  :: anetol {m}
aneurysm {n} /ˈæn.jɚ.ɪz.m̩/ (abnormal blood-filled swelling)  :: aneurisma {m}
aneurysmatic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or causing aneurysms)  :: aneurismático
anew {adv} /əˈnu/ (again)  :: de nuevo, nuevamente
a new broom sweeps clean {proverb} (new management will often make radical changes)  :: escoba nueva barre bien
angel {n}  :: ángel {m}
angel {n} /ˈeɪn.dʒəl/ (messenger from a deity)  :: ángel {m}
Angel {prop} /ˈeɪn.dʒəl/ (male given name) SEE: Angelo  ::
Angel {prop} (female given name) SEE: Angela  ::
Angela {prop} /ˈændʒələ/ (female given name)  :: Ángela {f}
angel dust {n} (clenbuterol) SEE: clenbuterol  ::
Angeleno {n} (person from Los Angeles)  :: angelino {m}
Angel Falls {prop} (waterfall in Venezuela)  :: Salto Ángel {m}
angel hair {n} (very thin type of pasta)  :: cabello de ángel {m}
angelic {adj} /ænˈdʒɛlɪk/ (belonging to, proceeding from, or resembling an angel)  :: angélico, angelical
angelica {n} (plants of genus Angelica)  :: angélica {f}
Angelica {prop} (female given name)  :: Angélica {f}
angelical {adj} (resembling, characteristic of, an angel) SEE: angelic  ::
Angelo {prop} /ˈæn.dʒə.loʊ/ (male given name)  :: Ángel
angel of death {n} (personification of death in fiction and in art)  :: ángel de la muerte {m}
angelology {n} (study of angels)  :: angelología {f}
angel shark {n} (a member of the unusual genus Squatina of sharks)  :: angelote {m}
anger {n} /ˈæŋɡɚ/ (A strong feeling of displeasure, hostility or antagonism towards someone or something)  :: ira {f}, enfado {m}, enojo {m}, rabia {f}, bravura {f}
anger {v} (to become angry)  :: enojarse
anger {v} (to cause such a feeling of antagonism)  :: enojar
angina {n} /ˈæn.dʒɪ.nə/ (angina pectoris) SEE: angina pectoris  ::
angina {n} (infection of the throat)  :: angina {f}
angina pectoris {n} /ˈændʒɪnə ˈpɛktəˌɹɪs/ (intermittent chest pain)  :: angina de pecho {f}
angiogenesis {n} /andʒɪə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪsɪs/ (The formation and development of new blood vessels)  :: angiogénesis
angiogenic {adj} (Of or pertaining to angiogenesis)  :: angiogenético
angiogram {n} (an X-ray image of the blood vessels)  :: angiograma {m}
angiograph {n} (angiograph) SEE: angiogram  ::
angiography {n} (medical imaging technique)  :: angiografía {f}
angiopathy {n} (any disease of the blood vessels)  :: angiopatía {f}
angioplasty {n} /ˈæn.dʒi.əʊ.plæs.ti/ (widening of a blood vessel)  :: angioplastia {f}
angiosperm {n} (member of plant group)  :: angiosperma {f}
angiospermous {adj} (having seeds enclosed in pericarp) SEE: angiosperm  ::
angiotensin {n} /ændʒɪəʊˈtɛnsɪn/ (polypeptides that narrow blood vessels)  :: angiotensina {f}
angiotensin converting enzyme {n} (enzyme)  :: enzima convertidora de angiotensina {f}
angiotensinogen {n} (globulin)  :: angiotensinógeno {m}
Angkor Wat {prop} (Cambodian temple complex)  :: Angkor Wat
angle {n} (corner where two walls intersect)  :: [as seen from the outside] esquina {f}, [as seen from the inside] rincón {m}
angle {n} /ˈeɪŋ.ɡəl/ (geometrical figure)  :: ángulo {m}
angle {n} (measure of such a figure)  :: ángulo {m}
angle {n} (viewpoint)  :: punto de vista {m}
angle {v} (to fish with hook and line)  :: pescar con anzuelo {m}, pescar con caña
angle bisector {n} (ray that divides an angle into two equal parts)  :: bisectriz {f}
angle bracket {n} (type of bracket)  :: corchete angular {m} or paréntesis angular {m}
angle grinder {n} (power tool)  :: amoladora angular {f}, emeril angular {m}
angler {n} /ˈæŋ.ɡlə(ɹ)/ (person who fishes with a hook and line)  :: pescador {m}, pescadora {f}
angler {n} (person who schemes)  :: ulteriorator {m}, ulterioratriz {f}
anglerfish {n} /ˈæŋɡlɚˌfɪʃ/ (fish of the bony fish order Lophiiformes)  :: pejesapo {m}, rape {m}, pescador con caña
Anglian {n} (Angle) SEE: Angle  ::
Anglican {adj} /ˈæŋ.ɡlɪ.kən/ (pertaining to the Church of England and related churches)  :: anglicano
Anglican Communion {prop} (a worldwide network of churches that are in communion with the Church of England)  :: Comunión anglicana {f}
Anglicanism {n} (beliefs and practices of the Anglican Church)  :: anglicanismo {m}
anglicism {n} /ˈæŋɡləˌsɪzəm/ (word or other feature borrowed from English to another language)  :: anglicismo {m}
anglicism {n} (Briticism) SEE: Briticism  ::
Anglicity {n} (Englishness) SEE: Englishness  ::
angling {n} (fishing with a rod, line and angle, for recreation or sport)  :: pesca con caña {f}
Anglo- {prefix} /ˈæŋ.ɡləʊ/ (relating to England or English)  :: anglo-
Anglo-American {n} (English-American) SEE: English-American  ::
Anglo-Catholic {n} (member of the Anglican Church with Catholic traditions)  :: anglo-católico {m}
Anglo-Norman {adj} /æŋ.ɡloʊ.nɔːɹ.mən/ (pertaining to the Norman rule of England)  :: anglonormando
Anglo-Norman {adj} (pertaining to Normans in England after the Norman Conquest)  :: anglonormando
Anglo-Norman {n} (Norman who settled in England)  :: anglonormando {m}, anglonormanda {f}
Anglo-Norman {prop} (language)  :: anglonormando {m}
Anglophilia {n} /ˌæŋ.ɡləʊˈfɪ.li.ə/ (the love of the country, culture or people of England)  :: anglofilia {f}
Anglophone {adj} /ˈæŋɡləˌfəʊn/ (English-speaking)  :: angloparlante
Anglophone {n} (one who speaks English)  :: anglohablante {m} {f}, anglófono {m}, anglófona {f}, angloparlante {m} {f}
Anglo-Saxon {adj} (related to the Anglo-Saxon peoples or language)  :: anglosajón
Anglo-Saxon {n} (Germanic peoples inhabiting medieval England)  :: anglosajón {m}, anglosajona {f}
Anglo-Saxon {prop} /ˌeɪŋɡloʊˈsæksən/ (Old English) SEE: Old English  ::
Anglosphere {prop} /ˈæŋ.ɡləˌsfɪɹ/ (set of anglophone countries)  :: angloesfera {f}
Angola {prop} /æŋˈɡoʊlə/ (country in Southern Africa)  :: Angola
Angolan {adj} /æŋˈɡoʊlən/ (of, from or pertaining to Angola or its people)  :: angoleño
Angolan {n} (person from Angola or of Angolan descent)  :: angoleño {m}, angoleña {f}
Angra Mainyu {prop} (Ahriman) SEE: Ahriman  ::
angrily {adv} /ˈæŋ.ɡɹə.li/ (in an angry manner)  :: furiosamente, con ira
angry {adj} /ˈæŋ.ɡɹi/ (displaying anger)  :: enojado, enfadado
angst {n} /æŋ(k)st/ (feeling of acute anxiety or apprehension)  :: anxiedad extrema {f}, pánico {m}, nerviosismo {m}
angstrom {n} /ˈɔŋ.stɹəm/ (A very small unit of length, 10-10 m)  :: angstrom {m}
anguiform {adj} (serpentine) SEE: serpentine  ::
Anguilla {prop} /æŋˈɡwɪlə/ (British overseas territory in the Caribbean)  :: Anguila
anguish {n} /ˈæŋ.ɡwɪʃ/ (extreme pain)  :: angustia, congoja {f}, anxtia {m}
anguish {v} (cause to suffer pain)  :: angustiar
anguish {v} (suffer pain)  :: angustiar [pronominal]
anguished {adj} (experiencing extreme discomfort)  :: angustiado, acongojado
angular {adj} /ˈæŋ.ju.lɚ/ (relating to or forming an angle; sharp-cornered)  :: angular, anguloso, esquinado
angular {adj} (figurative: sharp and stiff in character)  :: rudo
angular {adj} (ungraceful) SEE: ungraceful  ::
anharmonic {adj} (disharmonious) SEE: disharmonious  ::
anhedonia {n} /ˌæn.hiˈdoʊ.ni.ə/ (inability to feel pleasure)  :: anhedonia {f}
anhima {n} (kamichi) SEE: kamichi  ::
anhimid {n} (screamer) SEE: screamer  ::
anhydrase {n} (enzyme)  :: anhidrasa {f}
anhydride {n} (Compound formaly derived from another by loss of water molecule)  :: anhídrido {m}
anhydrite {n} (saline evaporite)  :: anhidrita {f}
anhydrobiosis {n} (form of cryptobiosis)  :: anhidrobiosis {f}
anhydrous {adj} (having no water)  :: anhidro {m}
Anicetus {prop} (A guardian god of Mount Olympus)  :: Aniceto {m}
anil {n} (shrub)  :: añil
anile {adj} /ˈeɪ.naɪl/ (characteristic of a crone or a feeble old woman)  :: anil {}
aniline {n} (the simplest aromatic amine)  :: anilina {f}
anilingus {n} /ˌeɪnɪˈlɪŋɡəs/ (form of oral sex)  :: anilingus {m}
animadversion {n} /ˌænɪmædˈvɝːʒən / (criticism, a critical remark)  :: crítica, reprobación
animadvert {v} /anɪmədˈvəːt/ ((obsolete, intransitive) To consider)  :: enterarse
animadvert {v} (To criticise, censure)  :: criticar, censurar
animal {adj} (of animals)  :: animal
animal {n} /ˈæ.nɪ.məl/ (organism)  :: animal {m}, bestia {f}
animal {n} (organism other than man)  :: animal {m}
animal {n} (person who behaves wildly)  :: animal {m}
animalcule {n} /ænɪˈmælkjuːl/ (microscopic animal, protozoan)  :: animálculo {m}
animal husbandry {n} (management and care of farm animals)  :: ganadería {f}
animality {n} (animal kingdom) SEE: animal kingdom  ::
animalize {v} (brutalize) SEE: brutalize  ::
animalize {v} (represent in the form of an animal)  :: animalizar
animal kingdom {n} (Regnum Animalia)  :: reino animal {m}
animally {adv} /ˈanɪməli/ (in respect of the animal faculties)  :: animalmente
animal magnetism {n} (magnetic fluid or ethereal medium said to reside in the bodies of animate beings)  :: mesmerismo
animal rights {n} (concept that animals are entitled to certain fundamental rights)  :: derechos de los animales {m-p}
animate {adj} /ˈæ.nɪ.mət/ (that which lives)  :: animado
animate {adj} (possessing the quality or ability of motion)  :: animado
animate {v} (to impart motion or its appearance)  :: animar
animated {adj} (endowed with life)  :: animado, vivo, vivaz
animatedly {adv} /ˈænɪˌmeɪtɪdli/ (in an animated manner)  :: animadamente
animation {n} /æn.əˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (The act of animating)  :: vivificación, animación
animation {n} (causing images to appear to move)  :: animación {f}
anime {n} /ˈæn.ɪ.meɪ/ (an animated work originated in Japan)  :: anime
animose {adj} (resolute and full of vigor)  :: animado {m}
animosity {n} /æn.əˈmɑs.ɪ.ti/ (violent hatred leading to active opposition; active enmity; energetic dislike)  :: animosidad {f}, animadversión {f}
anion {n} /ˈæn.aɪ.ɑn/ (negatively charged ion)  :: anión {m}
anise {n} /æˈnis/ (plant)  :: anís {m}
anise {n} (fennel) SEE: fennel  ::
aniseed {n} /æn.ɪˈsid/ (the seed-like fruit of the anise)  :: anís {m}
anisocoria {n} /ænˌaɪsəˈkɔɹ i ə/ (unequal size of the pupils)  :: anisocoria
anisole {n} (an aromatic ether)  :: anisol {m}
anisotropy {n} (the property of being directionally dependent)  :: anisotropía {f}
Anjouan {adj} (Angevin) SEE: Angevin  ::
Anjouan {prop} (Angevin) SEE: Angevin  ::
Ankara {prop} /ˈæŋ.kə.ɹə/ (capital of Turkey)  :: Angora {f}, Ankara
ankh {n} /ɑːŋk/ (cross shaped like a T with a loop at the top)  :: anj {m}
ankle {n} /ˈeɪŋ.kəl/ (joint between foot and leg)  :: tobillo {m}
anklebone {n} /ˈaŋk(ə)lbəʊn/ (the talus)  :: taba {f}
ankle bracelet {n} (ankle monitor) SEE: ankle monitor  ::
ankle bracelet {n} (anklet) SEE: anklet  ::
ankle monitor {n} (device individuals under house arrest are often required to wear)  :: tobillera electrónica {f}
anklet {n} (a bracelet at the ankle)  :: ajorca de tobillo {f}
Ann {prop} /æn/ (female given name)  :: Ana
Anna {prop} /ˈænə/ (given name) SEE: Ann  ::
annals {n} /ˈæn.əlz/ (a relation of events)  :: anales {m-p}
annals {n} (historical records; chronicles)  :: anales {m-p}, crónica {f}
annatto {n} (dye)  :: achiote {m}, caituco {m} [Northeastern Venezuela], bija {f} [Cuba, Dominican Republic], onoto {m} [Venezuelan standard usage], urucú {m} [Eastern Bolivia, Northeastern Argentina, Paraguay]
annatto {n} (plant Bixa orellana)  :: achiote {m}, caituco {m} [Northeastern Venezuela], bija {f} [Cuba, Dominican Republic], onoto {m} [Venezuelan standard usage], urucú {m} [Eastern Bolivia, Northeastern Argentina, Paraguay]
annatto {n} (seed)  :: achiote {m}, caituco {m} [Northeastern Venezuela], bija {f} [Cuba, Dominican Republic], onoto {m} [Venezuelan standard usage], urucú {m} [Eastern Bolivia, Northeastern Argentina, Paraguay]
Anne {prop} /æn/ (given name) SEE: Ann  ::
Anne {prop}  :: Anita, Annette
anneal {v} /əˈniːl/ (to subject to great heat and then cooling)  :: recocer, templar
annealing {n} (act of heating solid metal or glass)  :: recocido {m}
annelid {n} (annelid)  :: anélido {m}
annex {n} (addition of territory) SEE: annexation  ::
annex {n} (addition or extension to a building)  :: anexo {m}, pabellón {m}
annex {n} (appendix)  :: apéndice {m}, extensión {f}
annex {n} /əˈnɛks/ (addition, an extension)  :: anexo {m}
annex {v} (to add something to another, to incorporate into)  :: anexar
annexation {n} (addition or incorporation of something)  :: anexión {f}
annihilate {v} /əˈnaɪə.leɪt/ (to reduce to nothing, to destroy, to eradicate)  :: aniquilar, anihilar [rare]
annihilation {n} /ʌˈnaɪ.ə.le.ʃən/ (act of reducing to nothing)  :: aniquilación {f}
annihilation {n} (process of a particle and its corresponding antiparticle combining to produce energy)  :: aniquilación {f}
annihilation {n} (state of being annihilated)  :: aniquilación {f}
annihilative {adj} (serving to annihilate)  :: aniquilativo {m}
annis Domini {n} /ˈan.niːs ˈdo.mi.niː/ (taking place during specific years A.D.)  :: años después de Cristo, después de Cristo
anniversary {n} /ˌænəˈvɝs(ə)ɹi/ (day an exact number of years since an event)  :: aniversario {m}
anno Domini {n} /ˈæn.oʊ ˈdɑm.ə.ni/ (in the year of our Lord)  :: después de Jesucristo, d. de J.C. [abbreviation]
annotate {v} (to add annotation)  :: anotar, apostillar, acotar
annotation {n} (comment added to a text)  :: anotación {f}
annotation {n} (critical or explanatory commentary or analysis)  :: anotación {f}
annotation {n} (information relating to the genetic structure of sequences of bases)  :: anotación
annotation {n} (process of writing a comment or commentary)  :: anotación {f}
announce {v} /ʌˈnaʊns/ (to give public notice, or first notice of)  :: anunciar
announce {v} (to pronounce; declare by judicial sentence)  :: declarar
announcement {n} /ʌˈnaʊs.mɛnt/  :: anunciación {f}, anuncio {m}
announcer {n} /əˈnaʊnsɚ/ (announcer)  :: anunciador {m}, locutor {m}
announcer {n} (TV or radio announcer)  :: comentarista {m} {f}
annoy {v} /əˈnɔɪ/ (to disturb or irritate)  :: molestar, agobiar
annoyance {n} (an act or instance of annoying)  :: fastidio {m}
annoyance {n} /əˈnɔɪəns/ (that which annoys)  :: disgusto {m}, irritación {f}, lata {f}
annoying {v} (causing irritation or annoyance; troublesome; vexatious)  :: molesto, embarazoso, fastidioso, cargante, engorroso
annual {adj} /ˈæn.ju.əl/ (happening once a year)  :: anual, añal
annual {n} (annual publication)  :: anuario {m}
annually {adv} (once every year)  :: anualmente
annual ring {n} (layer of wood) SEE: tree ring  ::
annuity {n} /əˈn(j)uɪti/ (right to receive amounts of money regularly)  :: anualidad {f}
annul {v} (dissolve (a marital union))  :: anular
annul {v} /əˈnʌl/ (formally revoke the validity of)  :: revocar, anular, invalidar
annular {adj} /ˈænjəlɚ/ (having the form of a ring)  :: anular
annulene {n} (monocyclic hydrocarbon)  :: anuleno {m}
annulment {n} /əˈnʌl.mənt/ (The act or instance of annulling)  :: anulación {f}
annulment {n} (Legal invalidation of a marriage)  :: anulación {f}
annulus {n} (astronomy: the ring of the sun not covered by the moon)  :: corona solar {f}
annulus {n} (geometry: the region in a plane between two concentric circles of different radius)  :: corona circular {f}
annulus {n} (mycology: membranous remnants)  :: anillo {m}
annulus {n} (ring-shaped structure)  :: anillo {m}
anoa {n} (a small Indonesian water buffalo)  :: anoa {m}
anoda {determiner} (another) SEE: another  ::
anodal {adj} (anodic) SEE: anodic  ::
anode {n} /ˈæn.oʊd/ (the electrode of an electrochemical cell at which oxidation occurs)  :: ánodo {m}
a nod is as good as a wink {proverb} (the hint, suggestion etc can be understood without further explaining)  :: a buen entendedor, pocas palabras
anodyne {adj} /ˈæn.ə.daɪn/ (capable of soothing or eliminating pain)  :: anodino
anoint {v} /əˈnɔɪnt/ (to smear or rub over with oil or an unctuous substance)  :: ungir
anoint {v} (to apply oil to or to pour oil upon)  :: ungir
anointed {n} /ə.ˈnɔɪn.tɪd/ (a person who has been anointed, especially for religious reasons)  :: ungido {m}
anomalistic {adj} (anomalous) SEE: anomalous  ::
anomalistic {adj} (irregular) SEE: irregular  ::
anomality {n} (anomalousness) SEE: anomalousness  ::
anomalous {adj} (deviating from the normal)  :: anómalo
anomaly {n} /əˈnɑməli/ (deviation from norm)  :: anomalía {f}
anomaly {n} (something or someone that is strange or unusual)  :: anomalía {f}
anomer {n} (any diastereoisomer of a sugar)  :: anómero {m}
anomeric {adj} (pertaining to anomers)  :: anomérico
anonymise {v} (to render anonymous)  :: anonimizar
anonymity {n} /ænəˈnɪmɪti/ (the quality or state of being anonymous)  :: anonimato {m}
anonymize {v} (to render anonymous)  :: anonimizar
anonymous {adj} /əˈnɒnəməs/ (wanting a name, not named and determined)  :: anónimo
anonymous {adj} (lacking individuality)  :: anónimo
anonymous {adj} (of unknown name; whose name is withheld)  :: anónimo {m}
anonymous {adj} (without any name (of responsible agent) acknowledged)  :: anónimo {m}
anonymous {adj} (without consideration of prestige, title, rank or background)  :: anónimo
anonymously {adv} /əˈnɒnəməsli/ (in an anonymous manner)  :: anónimamente
anopheline {n} (anopheles) SEE: anopheles  ::
anorak {n} (heavy weatherproof jacket)  :: anorak {m}
anorectal {adj} (of or pertaining to the anus and the rectum)  :: anorectal
anorectically {adv} (anorexically) SEE: anorexically  ::
anorexia {n} /ænəˈɹɛksi.ə/ (loss of appetite)  :: anorexia
anorexia {n} (anorexia nervosa) SEE: anorexia nervosa  ::
anorexia nervosa {n} (disorder)  :: anorexia {f}, anorexia nerviosa {f}, anorexia mental {f}
anorexic {adj} /ænəˈɹɛksɪk/ (pertaining to, or suffering from anorexia)  :: anoréxico {m}, anoréxica {f}
anorexic {adj} (thin)  :: anoréxico {m}, anoréxica {f}
anorexic {n} (someone suffering from anorexia nervosa)  :: anoréxico {m}, anoréxica {f}
anorexically {adv} /anəˈɹɛksɪk(ə)li/ (pertaining to loss appetite or anorexia)  :: anoréxicamente
anorthic {adj} (triclinic) SEE: triclinic  ::
anorthite {n} (mineral)  :: anortita {f}
anorthoclase {n} (group of feldspars)  :: anortoclasa {f}
anosognosia {n} (inability of a person to recognize personal defects)  :: anosognosia {f}
another {determiner} (any or some)  :: otro
another {determiner} /əˈnʌ.ðɚ/ (one more, in addition to a former number)  :: otro
another {determiner} (not the same; different)  :: otro
another day, another dollar {proverb} (an expression recognizing a balance in life, normalcy and routineness)  :: un día más un día menos
anoxia {n} (condition in which a tissue or environment is totally deprived of oxygen)  :: anoxia {f}
anoxic {adj} (lacking oxygen)  :: anóxico {m}
anoxybiosis {n} (biological response)  :: anoxibiosis {f}
Anselm {prop} /ˈænˌsɛlm/ (male given name)  :: Anselmo
ansible {n} /ˈæn.sɪ.bəl/ (hypothetical device)  :: ansible {m}
answer {n} /ˈɑːn.sə/ (response)  :: respuesta {f}
answer {n} (reply to e-mail)  :: contestación {f}
answer {n} (solution)  :: respuesta {f}
answer {v} (to make a reply or response to)  :: responder, contestar
answer {v} (to respond to a call)  :: contestar
answer {v} (to suit a need or purpose satisfactorily)  :: servir
answerable {adj} /ˈæn.sɛɹ.ʌ.bl/ (obliged to answer; liable to be called to account; liable to pay, indemnify, or make good)  :: responsable
answerable {adj} (capable of being answered or refuted; admitting a satisfactory answer)  :: responsable
answering machine {n} (device that automatically records voice mail)  :: contestador automático {m}
answerphone {n} /ˈæn.sɜː(ɹ)ˌfəʊn/ (answering machine) SEE: answering machine  ::
ant {n} /ænt/ (insect)  :: hormiga {f}
antacid {n} (agent reducing acidity)  :: antiácido {m}
antagonism {n} (strong dislike)  :: antagonismo {m}, hostilidad {f}
antagonist {n} /ænˈtæɡənɪst/ (opponent)  :: antagonista {m} {f}
antagonist {n} (one who antagonizes)  :: antagonista {m} {f}
antagonistic {adj} /æn.tæ.ɡə.ˈnɪs.tɪk/ (antagonistic)  :: antagonista, hostil, antagónico
antagonize {v} (to oppose)  :: antagonizar
Antananarivo {prop} (city)  :: Antananarivo
Antarctic {adj} /ænˈtɑɹktɪk/ (pertaining to Antarctica)  :: antártico {m}
Antarctica {prop} /ænˈtɑɹktɪkə/ (southernmost continent)  :: Antártida
Antares {prop} (star)  :: Antares
antbird {n} (A member of Thamnophilidae)  :: hormiguero {m}, hormiguerito {m}
ante {n} /ˈæːn.tʰi]/ (contribution to pot)  :: luz {f}
anteater {n} /ˈæntˌitɚ/ (mammal)  :: oso hormiguero {m}
antebellum {adj} (period of time prior to a war)  :: prebélico
antebrachium {n} (forearm) SEE: forearm  ::
antecedent {adj} (earlier in time or order)  :: antecedente
antecedent {n}  :: antecedente
antecedent {n} (any thing that precedes another thing)  :: antecedente {m}
antechamber {n} /ˈæntiˌt͡ʃeɪmbɚ/ (small room)  :: antecámara {f}, antesala {f}
anteclassical {adj} /æntɪˈklæsɪk(ɘ)l/ (preclassical) SEE: preclassical  ::
antediluvian {adj} (extremely ancient or antiquated; old; prehistoric)  :: antediluviano {m}
antelope {n} /ˈæn.tə.loʊp/ (mammal of the family Bovidae)  :: antílope {m}
antelope {n} (pronghorn) SEE: pronghorn  ::
antenna {n} /ænˈtɛn.ə/ (feeler organ)  :: antena {f}
antenna {n} (device to receive or transmit radio signals) SEE: aerial  ::
antenuptial {adj} (prenuptial) SEE: prenuptial  ::
antepenultimate {adj} (two before the last)  :: antepenúltimo
anterior {adj} (anatomy: nearer the forward end)  :: anterior
anterior {adj} (before in place)  :: anterior
anterior auricular muscle {n} (muscle)  :: músculo auricular anterior {m}
anterior chamber {n} (space between cornea and iris)  :: cámara anterior {f}
anteriority {n} (state of being anterior or preceding in time or in situation)  :: anterioridad {f}
anterograde amnesia {n} (inability to remember new information)  :: amnesia anterógrada {f}
anteroom {n} /ˈæn.ti.ɹʊm/ (antechamber) SEE: antechamber  ::
anteroposterior {adj} (anterior to posterior)  :: anteroposterior
anthelmintic {adj} /ænθɛlˈmɪntɪk/ (destructive to parasitic intestinal worms)  :: antihelmíntico
anthelmintic {n} (drug that causes the expulsion or death of intestinal worms)  :: antihelmíntico {m}
anthem {n} /ˈæn.θəm/ (national anthem)  :: himno {m}
anthem {n} (hymn of praise or loyalty)  :: himno {m}
anther {n} /ˈænθɚ/ (pollen-bearing part of the stamen)  :: antera {f}
antheridium {n} (bryophyte organ producing male gametes)  :: anteridio {m}
ant-hill {n} /ˈænthɪl/ (anthill) SEE: anthill  ::
anthill {n} /ˈænt.hɪl/ (home of ants and termites)  :: hormiguero {m}
anthocorid {n} (pirate bug) SEE: pirate bug  ::
anthocyanin {n} (any of many water-soluble red to violet plant pigments)  :: antocianina {f}
anthological {adj} (pertaining to anthologies)  :: antológico
anthology {n} /ænˈθɑlədʒi/ (collection of literary works)  :: antología {f}, florilegio
Anthony {prop} /ˈæn.tə.ni/ (given name)  :: Antonio
anthracene {n} (tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbon)  :: antraceno {m}
anthracite {n} (type of coal)  :: antracita {f}
anthraquinone {n} (tricyclic quinone)  :: antraquinona {f}
anthrax {n} /ˈæn.θɹæks/ (disease)  :: carbunco {m}
anthropization {n} (transformation or adaptation of the environment to meet the needs of humans)  :: antropización {f}
anthropo- {prefix} (men; people)  :: antropo-
Anthropocene {prop} /ˈæn.θɹə.pəˌsiːn/ (the current geological period)  :: Antropoceno {m}
anthropocentrism {n} /ˌæn.θɹə.poʊˈsɛn.tɹɪz.m/ (viewpoint)  :: antropocentrismo {m}
anthropogenic {adj} (having its origin in the influence of human activity on nature)  :: antropogénico
anthropogeographic {adj} (anthropogeographical) SEE: anthropogeographical  ::
anthropogeography {n} (study of the geographical distribution of humankind)  :: antropogeografía, geografía humana
anthropoid {adj} (having characteristics of a human, usually in terms of shape or appearance)  :: antropoide
anthropoid {adj} (having characteristics of an ape)  :: antropoide
anthropologic {adj} /ˌæn.θɹoʊ.poʊˈlɑd͡ʒ.ɪk/ (anthropological) SEE: anthropological  ::
anthropological {adj} /æn.θɹə.pə.ˈlɑdʒikəl/ (relating to anthropology)  :: antropológico {m}
anthropologist {n} /ˌæn.θɹoʊˈpɑl.ə.d͡ʒɪst/ (one who is versed in anthropology)  :: antropólogo {m}, antropóloga {f}
anthropology {n} /ˌænθɹəˈpɑːlədʒi/ (the study of humanity)  :: antropología {f}
anthropomorphic {adj} /ænθɹɒpəˈmɔɹfɪk/ (having the form of a person)  :: antropomorfo
anthropomorphic {adj} (given human attributes)  :: antropomorfo
anthropomorphism {n} (the attribution or ascription of human characteristics to animals, inanimate objects, forces of nature, etc)  :: antropomorfismo {m}
anthroposophy {n} /ˌænθɹəˈpɑsəfi/ (a spiritual philosophy)  :: antroposofía {f}
anti- {prefix} /æntiː/ (anti-)  :: anti-, contra-
antiabortion {adj} (opposed to the practice of abortion)  :: antiaborto
antiacademic {adj} (opposing what is academic)  :: antiacadémico
antiacid {n} (antacid) SEE: antacid  ::
anti-aging {adj} (related to the lessening or halting of the aging process)  :: antienvejecimiento
anti-aircraft {adj} (intended to attack aircraft)  :: antiaéreo
anti-aircraft {n} (anti-aircraft artillery)  :: antiaéreo {m}
antiallergen {n} (antiallergenic) SEE: antiallergenic  ::
antiallergic {adj} (antiallergenic) SEE: antiallergenic  ::
antiallergic {n} (antiallergenic) SEE: antiallergenic  ::
antiallergy {adj} (antiallergenic) SEE: antiallergenic  ::
anti-American {adj} (opposing America)  :: antiamericano
anti-Americanism {n} (the fear or dislike of the United States or American people, policies, culture or government)  :: antiamericanismo {m}
antiapartheid {adj} (anti-apartheidist) SEE: anti-apartheidist  ::
antiarthritis {adj} (antarthritic) SEE: antarthritic  ::
antiauthority {adj} (antiauthoritarian) SEE: antiauthoritarian  ::
antibacterial {adj} (killing or inhibiting bacteria)  :: antibacteriano, antibacterial
anti-beauty quark {n} (anti-bottom quark) SEE: anti-bottom quark  ::
antibiotic {adj} (of or relating to antibiotics)  :: antibiótico
antibiotic {n} /ˌæn.taɪ.baɪˈɑ.tɪk/ (substance that destroys or inhibits bacteria)  :: antibiótico {m}
antibody {n} (protein that binds to a specific antigen)  :: anticuerpo {m}
antibrachium {n} (antibrachium) SEE: forearm  ::
antibullfighting {adj} (opposing bullfighting)  :: antitauromaquia {f}
antibully {adj} (countering bullying)  :: antiacoso
antibullying {adj} (antibully) SEE: antibully  ::
antic {adj} /ˈæn.tɪk/ (architecture: grotesque, incongruous)  :: grotesco, incongruente, absurdo {m}
antic {adj} (grotesque)  :: grotesco
antic {n} (architecture: grotesque representation of a figure)  :: grotesco {m}
antic {n} (ludicrous act or behaviour)  :: ridículo {m}, payasada, bufonada
anticandidal {adj} (anticandida) SEE: anticandida  ::
anticapitalistic {adj} (anticapitalist) SEE: anticapitalist  ::
anticatabolic {adj} (that inhibits catabolism)  :: anticatabólico {m}
anticathode {n} (anode) SEE: anode  ::
anticavity {adj} (anticaries) SEE: anticaries  ::
antichain {n} (subset of a partially ordered set)  :: anticadena {f}
antichildren {adj} (antichild) SEE: antichild  ::
antichresis {n} (agreement by which the debtor gives his creditor the use of real property)  :: anticresis {m}
antichretic {adj} (of or relating to an antichresis)  :: anticrético
antichrist {n} (Someone that works against the teachings of Christ)  :: anticristo {m}
antichristian {adj} /antɪˈkɹɪstɪən/ (pertaining to the Antichrist) SEE: Antichristic  ::
anticipatable {adj} (anticipable) SEE: anticipable  ::
anticipate {v} /ænˈtɪs.ə.peɪt/ (to know of something before it manifests)  :: anticipar, prever
anticipation {n} /æn.tɪs.əˈpe.ʃən/ (the act of anticipating)  :: previsión {f}
anticipation {n} (eagerness for future occurrence)  :: anticipación {f}
anticipatory {adj} (characterized by anticipation)  :: en anticipación, en previsión
anticleric {n} (anticlerical) SEE: anticlerical  ::
anticlerical {adj} (opposed to political influence of clerics)  :: anticlerical
anticlimactic {adj} (lacking climax)  :: anticlimático, decepcionante
anticlimax {n} (break in the final climax)  :: anticlímax {m}
anticline {n} /ˈæntiklaɪn/ (anticlinal fold)  :: anticlinal
anticlockwise {adj} /ˌæntiˈklɑkwaɪz/ (in the opposite direction to the hands of an analogue clock)  :: sinistrorso
anticlockwise {adv}  :: en sentido contrario a las agujas del reloj
anticlockwise {adv} (in the opposite direction to the hands of an analogue clock)  :: contra reloj
anticlockwisely {adv} (anticlockwise) SEE: anticlockwise#Adverb  ::
anticlot {adj} (anticlotting) SEE: anticlotting  ::
anticoagulant {n} (substance)  :: anticoagulante {m}
anticodon {n} (sequence of three nucleotides)  :: anticodón {m}
anticolonial {adj} /ˌænt.aɪ.kəˈloʊn.i.əl/ (against colonialism)  :: anticolonial
anticommunism {n} /æntɪˈkɒmjʊnɪzəm/ (against communism)  :: anticomunismo {m}
anticommunist {n} (opposed to communism)  :: anticomunista {m} {f}
anticommunistic {adj} (anticommunist) SEE: anticommunist  ::
anticomplementary {adj} (antimedial) SEE: antimedial  ::
anticonstitutionally {adv} (anticonstitutionally)  :: anticonstitucionalmente
anticonsumption {n} (anticonsumerism) SEE: anticonsumerism  ::
anticonvulsant {adj} (anticonvulsive) SEE: anticonvulsive  ::
anticonvulsant {n} (anticonvulsive) SEE: anticonvulsive  ::
anticorporation {adj} (anticorporate) SEE: anticorporate  ::
anticorrosion {adj} (anticorrosive) SEE: anticorrosive  ::
anticounterfeit {n} (anticounterfeiting) SEE: anticounterfeiting  ::
anticrisis {adj} (intended to prevent or counter a crisis)  :: anticrisis
anticultural {adj} (opposing mainstream culture or culture in general)  :: anticultural
anticyclical {adj} (contracyclical) SEE: contracyclical  ::
anticyclone {n} (system of winds)  :: anticiclón {m}
antidemocratic {adj} (opposed to the tenets of democracy)  :: antidemocrático
antidepressant {adj} (preventing or counteracting depression)  :: antidepresivo
antidepressant {n} (agent that prevents or counteracts depression)  :: antidepresivo {m}
antidepression {adj} (antidepressant) SEE: antidepressant  ::
antidepressive {adj} (antidepressant) SEE: antidepressant  ::
antidepressive {n} (antidepressant) SEE: antidepressant  ::
antiderivative {n}  :: antiderivada {f}
antidermatitis {adj} (antidermatitic) SEE: antidermatitic  ::
antidiabetes {adj} (antidiabetic) SEE: antidiabetic  ::
antidiarrhea {adj} (antidiarrheic) SEE: antidiarrheic  ::
antidiarrheal {adj} (antidiarrheic) SEE: antidiarrheic  ::
antidiarrheal {n} (antidiarrheic) SEE: antidiarrheic  ::
antidiscrimination {adj} (antidiscriminatory) SEE: antidiscriminatory  ::
antidiscriminative {adj} (antidiscriminatory) SEE: antidiscriminatory  ::
antidiuretic {adj} (preventing or counteracting diuresis)  :: antidiurético
antidopaminergic {adj} (preventing or counteracting the effects of dopamine)  :: antidopaminérgico
antidopaminergic {n} (any drug that prevents or counteracts the effects of dopamine)  :: antidopaminérgico {m}
antidotary {n} (antidote) SEE: antidote  ::
antidote {n} /ˈæn.tə.dot/ (remedy to counteract a poison)  :: antídoto {m}
antidotical {adj} (antidotal) SEE: antidotal  ::
antidrug {adj} (against drug use)  :: antidrogas
antidysenteric {adj} (working against dysentery)  :: antidisentérico
antiearthquake {adj} (antiseismic) SEE: antiseismic  ::
antiecclesiastical {adj} (antichurch) SEE: antichurch  ::
antieczema {adj} (antieczematous) SEE: antieczematous  ::
antieczemic {adj} (antieczematous) SEE: antieczematous  ::
antieducation {adj} (antieducational) SEE: antieducational  ::
antielite {adj} (antielitist) SEE: antielitist  ::
antiemetic {adj} (that combats nausea and vomiting)  :: antiemético
antiepilepsy {adj} (antiepileptic) SEE: antiepileptic  ::
antiequalitarian {adj} (antiegalitarian) SEE: antiegalitarian  ::
antiequalitarian {n} (antiegalitarian) SEE: antiegalitarian  ::
antievolutionary {adj} (antievolution) SEE: antievolution  ::
antifarming {adj} (antiagriculture) SEE: antiagriculture  ::
antifascism {n} (opposition to fascism)  :: antifascismo {m}
antifascist {adj} (opposed to fascism)  :: antifascista
antifascist {n} (person opposed to fascism)  :: antifascista {m} {f}
antifascistic {adj} (antifascist) SEE: antifascist  ::
antifashionable {adj} (antifashion) SEE: antifashion  ::
antifebrile {adj} (antipyretic) SEE: antipyretic  ::
antifebrile {n} (antipyretic) SEE: antipyretic  ::
antifebrine {n} /ˌæn.tɪ.ˈfi.bɹɪn/ (acetanilide) SEE: acetanilide  ::
antifeminism {n} (any belief antagonistic to feminism)  :: antifeminismo {m}
antifeminist {adj} (antagonistic to feminism)  :: antifeminista
antifeministic {adj} (antifeminist) SEE: antifeminist  ::
antifever {adj} (antipyretic) SEE: antipyretic  ::
antifibrotic {adj} (antifibrosis) SEE: antifibrosis  ::
antiflatulence {adj} (antiflatulent) SEE: antiflatulent  ::
antiflooding {adj} (antiflood) SEE: antiflood  ::
antifluoride {adj} (antifluoridation) SEE: antifluoridation  ::
antifog {adj} (antifogging) SEE: antifogging  ::
antiforeigner {adj} (antiforeign) SEE: antiforeign  ::
antifraudulent {adj} (antifraud) SEE: antifraud  ::
antifreedom {adj} (opposing or working against freedom)  :: antilibertades
antifreeze {n} (a substance used to lower the freezing point of water)  :: anticongelante {m}
antifungus {adj} (antifungal) SEE: antifungal  ::
antigas {adj} (antiflatulent) SEE: antiflatulent  ::
antigen {n} (substance that induces an immune response)  :: antígeno {m}
antigenocidal {adj} (antigenocide) SEE: antigenocide  ::
antigingivitic {adj} (antigingivitis) SEE: antigingivitis  ::
antiglaucomatous {adj} (antiglaucoma) SEE: antiglaucoma  ::
antigovernmental {adj} (antigovernment) SEE: antigovernment  ::
Antigua {prop} /ænˈtiːɡə/ (island)  :: Antigua {f}
Antigua and Barbuda {prop} /ænˌti.ɡə ænd bɑɹˈbju.də/ (country)  :: Antigua y Barbuda
Antiguan {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Antigua, or the Antiguan people)  :: antiguano {m}
Antiguan {n} /ænˈtiːɡən/ (person)  :: antiguano {m}
antigypsyism {n} (prejudice or hostility against Romani people)  :: antiziganismo {m}
antihegemony {adj} (antihegemonic) SEE: antihegemonic  ::
antihelminth {adj} (anthelmintic) SEE: anthelmintic  ::
antihelmintic {adj} (anthelmintic) SEE: anthelmintic  ::
antihemorrhagic {adj} (that stops or reduces hemorrhage)  :: antihemorrágico
antihero {n} /ˈæn.taiˌhi.ɹoʊ/ (protagonist who proceeds in an unheroic manner)  :: antihéroe {m}
antiheroine {n} (female antihero)  :: antiheroína
antiherpes {adj} (antiherpetic) SEE: antiherpetic  ::
antihierarchy {adj} (antihierarchical) SEE: antihierarchical  ::
antihistamine {n} (drug or substance)  :: antihistamínico {m}
antihistaminic {adj} (of or pertaining to antihistamines)  :: antihistamínico
antihistaminic {n} (antihistamine) SEE: antihistamine  ::
antihomophobia {n} (opposition to homophobia)  :: antihomofobia {f}
antihumanistic {adj} (antihumanist) SEE: antihumanist  ::
antihydrogen {n} (antimatter equivalent of hydrogen)  :: antihidrógeno {m}
antihypertension {adj} (antihypertensive) SEE: antihypertensive  ::
antihypotension {adj} (antihypotensive) SEE: antihypotensive  ::
anti-imperialism {n} (belief or practice which opposes imperialism)  :: antiimperialismo {m}
anti-imperialist {adj} (against imperialism)  :: antiimperialista
antiindependence {adj} (opposing political independence)  :: antiindependentista
antiindustry {adj} (antiindustrial) SEE: antiindustrial  ::
anti-inflationary {adj} (intended to counteract or reverse inflation)  :: antiinflacionario
antikidnap {adj} (antikidnapping) SEE: antikidnapping  ::
antikidnapping {adj} (preventing or countering kidnapping)  :: antisecuestros
antilaundering {adj} (countering money laundering)  :: antilavado
antileakage {adj} (antileak) SEE: antileak  ::
antilegislation {adj} (antilegislative) SEE: antilegislative  ::
antileishmanial {adj} (antileishmania) SEE: antileishmania  ::
antileprotic {adj} (antileprosy) SEE: antileprosy  ::
antileukemia {adj} (antileukemic) SEE: antileukemic  ::
antiliberalism {n} (antiliberal beliefs and practices)  :: antiliberalismo {m}
Antillean {adj} /æntəˈliːən/ (of, from, or pertaining to the Netherlands Antilles)  :: antillano
Antillean {n} (person from the Netherlands Antilles)  :: antillano {m}
Antilles {prop} /ænˈtɪl.iːz/ (Antilles)  :: Antillas {f-p}
antilocking {adj} (anti-lock) SEE: anti-lock  ::
antilog {n} (antilogarithm) SEE: antilogarithm  ::
antiluetic {adj} (antisyphilitic) SEE: antisyphilitic  ::
antiluetic {n} (antisyphilitic) SEE: antisyphilitic  ::
antilyssic {adj} (antihydrophobic) SEE: antihydrophobic  ::
antilyssic {n} (antihydrophobic) SEE: antihydrophobic  ::
antimaterial {adj} (antimaterialistic) SEE: antimaterialistic  ::
antimatter {n} /ˈæntimæˌtɚ/ (matter composed of antiparticles)  :: antimateria {f}
antimedicine {adj} (antimedical) SEE: antimedical  ::
antimeritocracy {adj} (antimeritocratic) SEE: antimeritocratic  ::
antimetastatic {adj} (antimetastasis) SEE: antimetastasis  ::
antimetrical {adj} (antimetric) SEE: antimetric  ::
antimicrobe {adj} (antimicrobial) SEE: antimicrobial  ::
antimicrobic {adj} (antimicrobial) SEE: antimicrobial  ::
antimicrobic {n} (antimicrobial) SEE: antimicrobial  ::
antimicrotubular {adj} (antimicrotubule) SEE: antimicrotubule  ::
antimilitaristic {adj} (antimilitarist) SEE: antimilitarist  ::
antimissile {adj} (designed to destroy another missile in flight)  :: antimisil
anti-Müllerian {adj} (that inhibits the function or development of the Müllerian ducts)  :: antimulleriano
antimodern {adj} (opposed to modernity or modernization)  :: antimoderno
antimonarchical {adj} (antimonarchic) SEE: antimonarchic  ::
antimonarchy {adj} (antimonarchic) SEE: antimonarchic  ::
antimonopoly {adj} (antimonopolistic) SEE: antimonopolistic  ::
antimony {n} /ˈæn.tɪ.mə.niː/ (chemical element)  :: antimonio {m}
antimony {n} (stibnite) SEE: stibnite  ::
antimutagenic {n} (antimutagen) SEE: antimutagen  ::
antimycotic {adj} (antifungal) SEE: antifungal  ::
antimycotic {n} (antifungal) SEE: antifungal  ::
antinarcotics {adj} (antinarcotic) SEE: antinarcotic  ::
antinatalism {n} (opposition to the increase in human population)  :: antinatalismo {m}
antinatalist {n} (a supporter of antinatalism)  :: antinatalista
antinationalistic {adj} (antinationalist) SEE: antinationalist  ::
antinatural {adj} (unnatural) SEE: unnatural  ::
antinaturalistic {adj} (antinaturalist) SEE: antinaturalist  ::
antinegro {adj} (antiblack) SEE: antiblack  ::
antinepotistic {adj} (antinepotism) SEE: antinepotism  ::
antineutron {n} (the antiparticle corresponding to a neutron)  :: antineutrón {m}
anting {n} /ˈæntɪŋ/ (bird behaviour)  :: baño de hormigas {m}
antinigger {adj} (antiblack) SEE: antiblack  ::
antinoble {adj} (antinobility) SEE: antinobility  ::
antinomist {n} (antinomian) SEE: antinomian  ::
antinomistic {adj} (antinomian) SEE: antinomian  ::
antinomy {n} /ænˈtɪnəmi/ (contradiction)  :: antinomia {f}
antinutritious {adj} (antinutritional) SEE: antinutritional  ::
antinutritive {adj} (antinutritional) SEE: antinutritional  ::
Antioch {prop} /ˈæn.ti.ɒk/ (city)  :: Antioquía
Antiochene {adj} /ænˈtaɪəkiːn/ (of or pertaining to Antioch)  :: antioqueno
Antiochian {adj} /æntɪˈɒkɪən/ (Antiochene) SEE: Antiochene  ::
Antiochian {n} (Antiochene) SEE: Antiochene  ::
Antiochus {prop} (one of the thirteen kings)  :: Antíoco
antioppressive {adj} (antioppression) SEE: antioppression  ::
antiosteroporosis {adj} (antiosteoporotic) SEE: antiosteoporotic  ::
antioxidant {adj} (acting against oxidation)  :: antioxidante
antioxidant {n} (substance that slows oxidation)  :: antioxidante {m}
antioxidant {n} (vitamin that acts against free radicals)  :: antioxidante {m}
antioxidating {adj} (antioxidation) SEE: antioxidation  ::
antioxidative {adj} (antioxidant) SEE: antioxidant  ::
antioxygen {adj} (antioxidant) SEE: antioxidant  ::
antioxygenic {adj} (antioxidant) SEE: antioxidant  ::
antipaludic {adj} (antimalarial) SEE: antimalarial  ::
antiparallel {adj} (parallel of opposite direction)  :: antiparalelo
antiparasite {adj} (antiparasitic) SEE: antiparasitic  ::
antiparasitic {adj} (that counters parasites)  :: antiparasitario
antiparticle {n} /ˈæntiˌpɑɹtɪkəl/ (a subatomic particle)  :: antipartícula {f}
antipathetical {adj} (antipathetic) SEE: antipathetic  ::
antipathical {adj} (antipathic) SEE: antipathic  ::
antipathy {n} /ænˈtɪpəθi/ (contrariety or opposition in feeling)  :: antipatía {f}, aversión {f}
antipatriarchy {adj} (antipatriarchal) SEE: antipatriarchal  ::
antipeople {adj} (antipopular) SEE: antipopular  ::
antiperspirant {n} (a substance used to minimize sweating)  :: antitranspirante {m}
antiphonal {n} (antiphon) SEE: antiphon  ::
antiphonary {adj} (antiphonal) SEE: antiphonal  ::
antiphonary {n} (antiphonal) SEE: antiphonal  ::
antiphoner {n} (antiphonal) SEE: antiphonal  ::
antiphonic {adj} /æn.tɪ.fɒ.nɪk/ (antiphonal) SEE: antiphonal  ::
antiphonically {adv} (antiphonally) SEE: antiphonally  ::
antiphrasis {n} (use of a word or phrase in a sense not in accord with its literal meaning)  :: antífrasis {f}
antiphrastical {adj} (antiphrastic) SEE: antiphrastic  ::
antipluralistic {adj} (antipluralist) SEE: antipluralist  ::
antiplutocracy {adj} (antiplutocratic) SEE: antiplutocratic  ::
antipode {n} (something directly opposite)  :: antípoda
antipoetical {adj} (antipoetic) SEE: antipoetic  ::
antipollution {adj} /æn.taɪ.pəˈluː.ʃən/ (that reduces pollution)  :: anticontaminación
antipope {n} /ˈantɪpəʊp/ (person who claims to be pope)  :: antipapa {m}
antipopular {adj} (opposing the people)  :: antipopular
antiporn {adj} (antipornography) SEE: antipornography  ::
antipornographic {adj} (antipornography) SEE: antipornography  ::
antipositivistic {adj} (antipositivist) SEE: antipositivist  ::
antipot {adj} (antimarijuana) SEE: antimarijuana  ::
antipredation {adj} (anti-predator) SEE: anti-predator  ::
antiprejudicial {adj} (antiprejudice) SEE: antiprejudice  ::
antiprism {n} (a polyhedron composed of two parallel copies of some particular polygon, connected by an alternating band of triangles)  :: antiprisma {f}
antiprogressive {adj} (antiprogress) SEE: antiprogress  ::
antiproliferative {adj} (Tending to suppress cell growth)  :: antiproliferativo
antiprotection {adj} (antiprotectionist) SEE: antiprotectionist  ::
antiproton {n} (antiparticle of the proton)  :: antiprotón {m}
antipsoriasis {adj} (antipsoriatic) SEE: antipsoriatic  ::
antipsychoanalytical {adj} (antipsychoanalytic) SEE: antipsychoanalytic  ::
antipsychosis {adj} (antipsychotic) SEE: antipsychotic  ::
antipyretic {adj} (that reduces fever)  :: antipirético
antipyretic {n} (medication that reduces fever)  :: antipirético {m}
antipyrine {n} (phenazone) SEE: phenazone  ::
antiquake {adj} (antiseismic) SEE: antiseismic  ::
antiquarian {adj} /ˌæn.tɪˈkwɛɹ.i.ən/ (pertaining to antiquaries; second-hand)  :: antiguo, anticuario
antiquarian {n} (collector, student or expert)  :: anticuario {m}, anticuaria {f}
antiquary {n} (a person who is knowledgeable of, or who collects antiques; an antiquarian)  :: anticuario {m}
antiquated {adj} /ˈæntɪˌkweɪtɪd/ (old fashioned)  :: anticuado
antique {adj} /ænˈtiːk/ (old; out of date)  :: antiguo
antique {n} (old piece)  :: antigüedad {f}
antiqueer {adj} (antifag) SEE: antifag  ::
antique white {n} (colour)  :: blanco roto
antiquist {n} (antiquary) SEE: antiquary  ::
antiquity {n} /ænˈtɪk.kwʌ.ti/ (ancient times)  :: antigüedad {f}
antiracist {adj} (opposed to racism)  :: antirracista
antiracist {n} (one who opposes racism)  :: antirracista {m-f}
antirad {adj} (antiradiation) SEE: antiradiation  ::
antiradar {adj} (preventing detection by radar)  :: antirradar
antirailroad {adj} (antirail) SEE: antirail  ::
antirailway {adj} (antirail) SEE: antirail  ::
antirationalistic {adj} (antirationalist) SEE: antirationalist  ::
antireflective {adj} (antireflection) SEE: antireflection  ::
antireformist {n} (antireformer) SEE: antireformer  ::
antireligion {adj} (antireligious) SEE: antireligious  ::
antiretroviral {adj} (fighting retrovirus)  :: antirretroviral
antirevolutionary {adj} (opposing a revolution)  :: antirrevolucionario
antirrhinum {n} (snapdragon) SEE: snapdragon  ::
antirusting {adj} (anti-rust) SEE: anti-rust  ::
anti-Semite {n} (anti-Semite)  :: antisemita {m} {f}
anti-Semitic {adj} /ˌæntiːsəˈmɪtɪk/ (exhibiting anti-Semitism)  :: antisemita
anti-Semitism {n} /ˌæntɪˈsɛmɪˌtɪzəm/ (prejudice or hostility against Jews)  :: antisemitismo {m}
antisense {n} /æntaɪsɛns/ (a molecule which suppresses transcription)  :: antisentido {m}
antiseptic {adj} (capable of preventing microbial infection)  :: antiséptico
antiseptic {adj} (of or relating to antisepsis)  :: antiséptico
antiseptic {adj} (very clean; aseptic)  :: antiséptico
antiseptic {n} (substance that inhibits the growth of microorganisms)  :: antiséptico
antiseptically {adv} (in an antiseptic manner)  :: antisépticamente
antisepticism {n} (antisepsis) SEE: antisepsis  ::
antisexism {adj} (antisexist) SEE: antisexist  ::
antisexual {adj} (antisex) SEE: antisex  ::
antish {adj} (antly) SEE: antly  ::
antishrinkage {adj} (antishrink) SEE: antishrink  ::
antishrinking {adj} (antishrink) SEE: antishrink  ::
antiskid {adj} (designed to increase friction)  :: antideslizante, antiderrapante
antiskidding {adj} (antiskid) SEE: antiskid  ::
antislave {adj} (antislavery) SEE: antislavery  ::
antislip {adj} (preventing slipping)  :: antideslizante, antiderrapante
antislippage {adj} (antislip) SEE: antislip  ::
antismoking {adj} (opposing or prohibiting smoking)  :: antitabaco
antismuggler {adj} (antismuggling) SEE: antismuggling  ::
antisnoring {adj} (antisnore) SEE: antisnore  ::
antisocial {adj} /ˌæntiˈsoʊʃəl/ (unwilling or unable to associate normally with other people)  :: antisocial
antisocial personality disorder {n} (A personality disorder marked by disregard and violations of the rights of others)  :: trastorno antisocial de la personalidad {m}
antispace {n} (a space or region that violates the norms or conventions of spaces)  :: antiespacio {m}
antispamming {adj} (antispam) SEE: antispam  ::
antispasmatic {adj} (antispasmodic) SEE: antispasmodic  ::
antispasmatic {n} (antispasmodic) SEE: antispasmodic  ::
antispasmolytic {adj} (antispasmodic) SEE: antispasmodic  ::
antispast {n} (a metrical foot composed of an iambus and a trochee)  :: antispasto {m}
antispastic {adj} (antispasmodic) SEE: antispasmodic  ::
antispastic {n} (antispasmodic) SEE: antispasmodic  ::
antispasticity {adj} (antispasmodic) SEE: antispasmodic  ::
antispeculative {adj} (antispeculation) SEE: antispeculation  ::
antispoof {adj} (antispoofing) SEE: antispoofing  ::
antispy {adj} (antiespionage) SEE: antiespionage  ::
antistaphylococcic {adj} (antistaphylococcal) SEE: antistaphylococcal  ::
antistatic {n} (agent or substance)  :: antiestático {m}
antistick {adj} (antiadhesive) SEE: antiadhesive  ::
antistreptococcal {adj} (antistreptococcic) SEE: antistreptococcic  ::
antistrumatic {adj} (antiscrofulous) SEE: antiscrofulous  ::
antistrumous {adj} (antiscrofulous) SEE: antiscrofulous  ::
antisub {adj} (antisubmarine) SEE: antisubmarine  ::
antisubversion {adj} (antisubversive) SEE: antisubversive  ::
antisuicidal {adj} (antisuicide) SEE: antisuicide  ::
antisurveillance {n} (countersurveillance) SEE: countersurveillance  ::
anti-sway bar {n} (anti-roll bar) SEE: anti-roll bar  ::
antisymmetrical {adj} (antisymmetric) SEE: antisymmetric  ::
antisyphilis {adj} (antisyphilitic) SEE: antisyphilitic  ::
antitau {n} (antitauon) SEE: antitauon  ::
antitaurine {adj} (inhibiting taurine)  :: antitaurino
antitauromachy {adj} (opposing bullfighting)  :: antitauromaquia {f}
antitechnology {adj} (antitechnological) SEE: antitechnological  ::
antiterror {adj} (antiterrorist) SEE: antiterrorist  ::
antiterrorism {n} (activity aiming at opposing terrorism)  :: contraterrorismo {m}
antiterrorist {adj} (counteracting terrorism)  :: antiterrorista
antitetanus {adj} (antitetanic) SEE: antitetanic  ::
antitheft {adj} (preventing from being stolen)  :: antirrobo
antitheism {n} (active opposition to theism)  :: antiteísmo {m}
antithesis {n} /ænˈtɪ.θə.sɪs/ (proposition that is opposite to other proposition)  :: antítesis {f}
antithetic {adj} (antithetical) SEE: antithetical  ::
antithetical {adj} (pertaining to or being an antithesis)  :: antitético
antitheticalness {n} (antitheticality) SEE: antitheticality  ::
antithrombin {n} (small molecule)  :: antitrombina {f}
antithyroid {adj} (reducing the production or effects of thyroid hormones)  :: antitiroideos
antitourist {adj} (antitourism) SEE: antitourism  ::
antitoxin {n} (antibody to a specific toxin)  :: antitoxina {f}
antitrade {adj} (anticommerce) SEE: anticommerce  ::
antitradition {adj} (antitraditional) SEE: antitraditional  ::
antitrain {adj} (antirail) SEE: antirail  ::
antitropal {adj} (antitropous) SEE: antitropous  ::
antitrust {adj} (opposed to or against the establishment or existence of trusts)  :: antimonopolista
antitrypsin {n} (class of serum proteins)  :: antitripsina {f}
antitubercular {adj} (antituberculous) SEE: antituberculous  ::
antituberculosis {adj} (antituberculous) SEE: antituberculous  ::
antitumoral {adj} (antitumor) SEE: antitumor  ::
antitussive {adj} (anticough) SEE: anticough  ::
antitypal {adj} (antitypical) SEE: antitypical  ::
antitypic {adj} (antitypical) SEE: antitypical  ::
antiutopian {adj} (opposing utopian values)  :: antiutópico
antivaccine {adj} (anti-vaccination) SEE: anti-vaccination  ::
antivaccinist {n} (antivaccinationist) SEE: antivaccinationist  ::
antivandal {adj} (antivandalism) SEE: antivandalism  ::
antivariolous {adj} (antismallpox) SEE: antismallpox  ::
antivenom {n} (antivenin) SEE: antivenin  ::
antivertigo {adj} (antivertiginous) SEE: antivertiginous  ::
antiviolent {adj} (antiviolence) SEE: antiviolence  ::
antiviral {adj} (computing)  :: antivirus
antiviral {adj} (medicine)  :: antivírico
antivirus {n} (computing software)  :: antivirus {m}
antivivisectionist {adj} (antivivisection) SEE: antivivisection  ::
antiwarfare {adj} (anti-war) SEE: anti-war  ::
antiweapon {adj} (antiarms) SEE: antiarms  ::
antiziganism {n} (antigypsyism) SEE: antigypsyism  ::
anti-Zionist {adj} (opposed to Zionism)  :: antisionista
anti-Zionist {n} (one who is opposed to Zionism)  :: antisionista {m} {f}
antizymic {adj} (antizymotic) SEE: antizymotic  ::
antler {n} /ˈænt.lɚ/ (bony structure on the head of deer, moose and elk)  :: cornamenta {f}, asta {f}, cuerno {m}
Antlia {prop} (constellation)  :: Antlia {f}
antlion {n} (nocturnal insects)  :: mirmelóntido {m}, hormiga león
antly {adj} (pertaining to ants)  :: fórmico
Antoinette {prop} (female given name from French Antoinette)  :: Antonieta
Antonia {prop} (female given name)  :: Antonia {f}
Antonio {prop} /ænˈtoʊnioʊ/ (Anthony) SEE: Anthony  ::
Antony {prop} /ˈæntəni/ (male given name) SEE: Anthony  ::
antonym {n} /ˈæntəˌnɪm/ (word which has the opposite meaning)  :: antónimo {m}
antrectomy {n} (removal of part of the stomach)  :: antrectomía {f}
antrorse {adj} (curved forward and upward)  :: antrorso
antrum {n} /ˈæn.tɹəm/ (bodily cavity)  :: antro
antshrike {n} (several passerine bird species of various genera in the antbird (Thamnophilidae) family)  :: batará {m}, hormiguero {m}
antsiness {n} (unease) SEE: unease  ::
ants in one's pants {n} (agitated and fidgety state)  :: tener hormigas en la cola (to have ants in the bottom)
Antwerp {prop} (city)  :: Amberes {m}
Antwerp {prop} (province)  :: Amberes {m}
Antwerpian {adj} (of Antwerp)  :: amberino
Antwerpian {n} (someone from Antwerp)  :: amberino {m}
Anubis {prop} (Egyptian god of the dead and tombs)  :: Anubis {m}
anuclear {adj} (anucleate) SEE: anucleate  ::
anuran {adj} (of or relating to the order Anura)  :: anuro
anuran {n} /əˈnjʊəɹ(ə)n/ (amphibian of the order Anura)  :: anuro {m}
anus {n} /ˈeɪ.nəs/ (lower opening of the digestive tract)  :: ano {m}
anvil {n} /ˈæn.vəl/ (block used in blacksmithing)  :: yunque {m}, bigornia {f}
anvil {n} (bone in inner ear)  :: yunque {m}
anxietolytic {adj} (anxiolytic) SEE: anxiolytic  ::
anxietude {n} (anxiety) SEE: anxiety  ::
anxiety {n} /ˌæŋ(ɡ)ˈzaɪ.ə.ti/ (concern)  :: zozobra {f}, ansiedad {f}
anxiety {n} (eager desire)  :: inquietud {f}
anxiety {n} (pathological condition)  :: ansiedad
anxiety disorder {n} (disorder characterised by excessive anxiety)  :: trastorno de ansiedad
anxiolytic {n} (drug prescribed for the treatment of symptoms of anxiety)  :: ansiolítico {m}
anxious {adj} /ˈæŋ(k).ʃəs/ (full of anxiety)  :: ansioso, inquieto
anxious {adj} (earnestly desirous)  :: ansioso, deseoso
anxiously {adv} /ˈæŋ(k).ʃə (in an anxious manner)  :: con inquietud, con ansiedad, ansiosamente
anxiousness {n} (anxiety) SEE: anxiety  ::
any {adv} /ˈɛni/ (at all)  :: algo
any {determiner} (no matter what kind)  :: cualquier, cualquiera
any {pron} (Any things or persons)  :: alguno {m}, alguna {f}
anybody {pron} ((colloquial) a person of consideration or standing)  :: alguien
anybody {pron} /ˈɛn.i.bɑd.i/ (anyone) SEE: anyone  ::
anybody's {pron} /ˈɛnibədiz/ (belonging to anybody (possessive form of anybody))  :: de alguien
anyhow {adv} /ˈɛn.i.haʊ/ (in any way, in any manner)  :: de todas maneras, de todas formas, comoquiera
anyhow {adv} (in any case) SEE: in any case  ::
any longer {adv} (any more) SEE: any more  ::
any more {adv} (in negative or interrogative constructions)  :: ya, ya más
anyone {pron} /ˈɛn.ɪˌwʌn/ (anybody)  :: cualquiera, quien, alguien
anyplace {adv} (anywhere) SEE: anywhere  ::
anyroad {adv} /ˈɛ.ni.ɹoʊd/ (anyway) SEE: anyway  ::
anything {pron} /ˈɛn.i.θɪŋ/ (any thing of any kind)  :: cualquier cosa
anythingarian {n} /ˌɛnɪθɪŋˈɛəɹɪən/ (indifferentist) SEE: indifferentist  ::
anything else {pron} (any other thing)  :: algo más
anytime {adv} (at any time)  :: cuando sea, sea cuando sea, siempre
anytime {interj} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
anyway {adv} /ˈɛniweɪ/ (in any way)  :: en fin, de todos modos
anyway {adv} (regardless)  :: aún así, a pesar de todo, igualmente, de todos modos
anyway {adv} (used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement)  :: de cualquier manera, de todos modos
anywhere {adv} /ˈɛn.i.hwɛɹ/ (any place)  :: en cualquier parte, dondequiera
anywhither {adv} (to anywhere) SEE: whithersoever  ::
Aomen {prop} (Macau) SEE: Macau  ::
aorist aspect {n} (a grammatical aspect)  :: aoristo {m}
aoristic {adj} (aorist) SEE: aorist  ::
aorta {n} /eɪˈɔːɹtə/ (great artery)  :: aorta {f}
aortic {adj} /eˈoɹ.tɪk/ (of or concerning the aorta)  :: aórtico
aortic arch syndrome {n} (Takayasu's arteritis) SEE: Takayasu's arteritis  ::
aoudad {n} (Barbary sheep) SEE: Barbary sheep  ::
apart {adv} (aside; away)  :: aparte
apart {adv} /əˈpɑɹt/ (separately, in regard to space or company)  :: aparte, separadamente
apart {prep} (apart from) SEE: apart from  ::
apart from {prep} (except for)  :: salvo
apartheid {v} (any policy of racial separation, see also: segregation)  :: apartheid {m}
apartheid {v} /əˈpɑɹthaɪt/ (policy of racial separation in South Africa)  :: apartheid {m}
apartheider {n} (apartheidist) SEE: apartheidist  ::
apartheidic {adj} (apartheidist) SEE: apartheidist  ::
apartheidistic {adj} (apartheidist) SEE: apartheidist  ::
apartment {n} /əˈpɑːt.mənt/ (domicile occupying part of a building)  :: [Colombia, Caribbean Islands, Central America, Uruguay, Venezuela] apartamento {m}, [Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Peru] departamento {m}, [Spain] piso {m}, vivienda
apartmentmate {n} (one who shares an apartment (UK)) SEE: flatmate  ::
apartmentmate {n} (one who shares an apartment (US)) SEE: roommate  ::
apatheism {n} /æ.pə.θi.ɪzəm/ (apathy concerning the existence of God)  :: apateísmo {m}
apathetic {adj} /æp.əˈθɛt.ɪk/ (void of feeling)  :: apático, indiferente
apathetically {adv} (in an apathetic manner)  :: apáticamente
apatheticness {n} (apathy) SEE: apathy  ::
apathist {n} (apathete) SEE: apathete  ::
apathistical {adj} (apathetic) SEE: apathetic  ::
apathy {n} /ˈæ.pə.θi/ (lack of emotion or motivation)  :: apatía {f}
apatite {n} /ˈæp.ə.taɪt/ (type of mineral)  :: apatita {f}
apatosaurus {n} (apatosaur) SEE: apatosaur  ::
ape {n} /eɪp/ (animal)  :: mono {m}
ape {v} (to imitate)  :: remedar, imitar
APEC {prop} (trade agreement)  :: APEC {f}, Foro de Cooperación Económica Asia-Pacífico {m}
apelike {adj} (simian) SEE: simian  ::
apely {adj} (simian) SEE: simian  ::
Apennines {prop} (mountain range)  :: Apeninos {m-p}
aper {n} (someone who apes something) SEE: imitator  ::
aperture {n} /ˈæp.ɚ.tʃɚ/ (opening)  :: abertura {f}
aperture {n} (diameter of the aperture (in the sense above))  :: apertura {f}
apex {n} (botany: end of leaf)  :: ápice
apex {n} /ˈeɪ.pɛks/ (highest point)  :: ápice {m}, cima {f}
apex {n} (in geometry: topmost vertex of a cone or pyramid)  :: ápice {m}, cúspide {f}
apex court {n} (supreme court) SEE: supreme court  ::
apex predator {n} (an animal atop the food chain)  :: superdepredador {m}
apfelstrudel {n} (apple strudel) SEE: apple strudel  ::
aphakial {adj} (aphakic) SEE: aphakic  ::
aphasia {n} /əˈfeɪzɪə/ (pathological speech disorder)  :: afasia {f}
aphelion {n} /əˈfiːlɪən/ (the point in the elliptical orbit of a planet where it is farthest from the Sun)  :: afelio {m}
apheresis {n} /əˈfɛɹəsɪs/ (loss of letters or sounds from the beginning of a word)  :: aféresis {f}
aphid {n} /ˈeɪ.fɪd/ (insect)  :: áfido {m}
aphidicide {n} (aphicide) SEE: aphicide  ::
aphidivorous {adj} (aphidophagous) SEE: aphidophagous  ::
aphis {n} (aphid) SEE: aphid  ::
aphobia {n} (fearlessness) SEE: fearlessness  ::
aphonous {adj} (aphonic) SEE: aphonic  ::
aphorism {n} /ˈæ.fə.ɹɪzm̩/ (short phrase conveying some principle or concept of thought)  :: aforismo {m}
aphorismic {adj} (aphoristic) SEE: aphoristic  ::
aphoristic {adj} (of, relating to, or containing aphorisms)  :: aforístico
aphrodisiac {adj} /æf.ɹoʊ.ˈdi.zi.æk/ (intensifying sexual desire)  :: afrodisíaco
aphrodisiac {n} (food or drug)  :: afrodisíaco {m}
Aphrodite {prop} /æfɹəˈdaɪti/ (Greek goddess)  :: Afrodita {f}
aphroditic {adj} (aphrodisian) SEE: aphrodisian  ::
aphroditic {adj} (venereal) SEE: venereal  ::
aphtha {n} (foot-and-mouth disease) SEE: foot-and-mouth disease  ::
aphthous {adj} (relating to aphtha)  :: aftoso
aphyllous {adj} (leafless) SEE: leafless  ::
Apia {prop} (capital of Samoa)  :: Apia
apian {adj} (related to bees)  :: api-
apiarist {n} (beekeeper) SEE: beekeeper  ::
apiaristic {adj} (apiarian) SEE: apiarian  ::
apiary {n} /ˈeɪ.pi.ɛɹ.i/ (a place where bees and hives are kept)  :: colmenar {m}, apiario {m}
apicectomy {n} (surgical replacement of the root tip of a tooth)  :: apicectomía {f}
a picture is worth a thousand words {proverb} (visualisation is better than verbal description)  :: una imagen vale más que mil palabras
a picture paints a thousand words {proverb} (a picture is worth a thousand words) SEE: a picture is worth a thousand words  ::
apicular {adj} (apical) SEE: apical  ::
apiculated {adj} (apiculate) SEE: apiculate  ::
apiculturalist {n} (beekeeper) SEE: beekeeper  ::
apiculture {n} (beekeeping) SEE: beekeeping  ::
apiculturist {n} (beekeeper) SEE: beekeeper  ::
apiculus {n} (part of a spore)  :: apículo {m}
apiece {adv} /ʌˈpis/ (apiece)  :: cada uno
aping {n} /ˈeɪ.pɪŋ/ (apery) SEE: apery  ::
apishamore {n} (saddle blanket) SEE: saddle blanket  ::
aplenty {adj} (in an overlarge quantity)  :: en abundancia
aplomb {n} (ballet)  :: aplomo {m}
aplomb {n} /əˈplʌm/ (self-confidence)  :: aplomo {m}
apnea {n} (cessation of breathing)  :: apnea {f}
apneumatosis {n} (atelectasis) SEE: atelectasis  ::
apnoeal {adj} (apneic) SEE: apneic  ::
apoastron {n} (apastron) SEE: apastron  ::
apocalypse {n} /əˈpɑkəlɪps/ (end of the world)  :: apocalipsis {m}
Apocalypse {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Apocalipsis {m}
Apocalypse {prop} /əˈpɑkəlɪps/ (the written account of a revelation of hidden things given by God to a chosen prophet)  :: Apocalipsis {m}
apocalyptic {adj} /əˈpɒ.kə.lɪp.tɪk/ (of or relating to an apocalypse)  :: apocalíptico
apocalyptical {adj} (apocalyptic) SEE: apocalyptic  ::
apocalypticist {n} (apocalyptic) SEE: apocalyptic  ::
apocarpous {adj} (having carpels that are not joined)  :: apocarpo
apocopate {adj} (shortened by apocope)  :: apocopado
apocopate {v} (shorten using apocope)  :: apocopar
apocope {n} /əˈpɒ.kə.pi/ (loss or omission of a sound or syllable from the end of a word)  :: apócope {f}
apocrypha {n} /ʌˈpɑk.ɹə.fə/ (writing of a doubtful authorship)  :: apócrifo
Apocrypha {prop} (writings recognized by some but not all Christians)  :: textos apócrifos {m-p}
apocryphal {adj} /əˈpɑːkɹɪfəl/ (of doubtful authenticity)  :: apócrifo
apodeictical {adj} (apodeictic) SEE: apodeictic  ::
apodous {adj} (apodal) SEE: apodal  ::
apofocus {n} (apocenter) SEE: apocenter  ::
apogeal {adj} (apogeic) SEE: apogeic  ::
apogean {adj} (apogeic) SEE: apogeic  ::
apogee {n} /ˈæ.pə.dʒi/ (a point in an orbit around the Earth)  :: apogeo {m}
apograph {n} /ˈæpəɡɹɑːf/ (perfect copy)  :: apógrafo
apolipoprotein {n} (protein that can bind with a lipid)  :: apolipoproteína {f}
apolitically {adv} (done without political affiliation)  :: apoliticamente
Apollinarianism {n} (Apollinarism) SEE: Apollinarism  ::
apollinaris {n} (Apollinaris water) SEE: Apollinaris water  ::
apollo {n} (handsome young man)  :: apolo {m}
Apollo {n} (asteroid type)  :: Apolo {m}
Apollo {prop} /əˈpɒləʊ/ (the son of Zeus)  :: Apolo {m}
Apollonian circle {n} (two families of circles)  :: círculo de Apolonio {m}
apologetic {adj} /əˌpɑləˈdʒɛtɪk/ (having the character of apology)  :: lleno de disculpas
apologetical {adj} (apologetic) SEE: apologetic  ::
apologetically {adv} (in an apologetic manner)  :: disculpándose
apologetics {n} (field of study concerned with the systematic defense of a position)  :: apologética {f}
apologia {n} /ˌæp.əˈloʊ.dʒi.ə/ (apology) SEE: apology  ::
apologian {n} (apologist) SEE: apologist  ::
apologise {v} /əˈpɒləˌdʒaɪz/ (apologise) SEE: apologize  ::
apologism {n} (apology) SEE: apology  ::
apologize {v} /əˈpɑləd͡ʒaɪz/ (to make an apology or excuse)  :: disculparse
apologizingly {adv} (apologetically) SEE: apologetically  ::
apology {n} /əˈpɒl.ə.dʒi/ (an expression of regret)  :: disculpa {f}
apology {n} (formal justification, defence)  :: disculpa {f}, excusa {f}
apomorphia {n} (apomorphine) SEE: apomorphine  ::
apomorphous {adj} (apomorphic) SEE: apomorphic  ::
aponeurosis {n} (flattened fibrous membrane)  :: aponeurosis {f}
apophasis {n} /əˈpɒfəsɪs/ (allusion to something by denying that it will be mentioned)  :: paralipsis {f}
apophony {n} (alternation of sounds within a word) SEE: ablaut  ::
apophysis {n} (outgrowth)  :: apófisis {f}
apoplectic {adj} /ˌæpəˈplɛktɪk/ (of or relating to apoplexy)  :: apopléjico, apoplético
apoplexy {n} /ˈæp.əˌplɛ (loss of consciousness)  :: apoplejía {f}
apoprotein {n} (polypeptide part)  :: apoproteína {f}
apoptosis {n} /ˌæ.pəˈtoʊ.sɪs/ (death of cells)  :: apoptosis
aporetical {adj} (aporetic) SEE: aporetic  ::
aporophobia {n} (fear, dislike, or hate of poor people)  :: aporofobia {f}
aposematism {n} (adaptation that warns off potential predators)  :: aposematismo {m}
aposiopesis {n} /ˌæpəsaɪəˈpiːsɪs/ (abrupt breaking-off in speech)  :: reticencia
apostasy {n} /əˈpɒstəsi/ (renunciation of set of beliefs)  :: apostasía {f}
apostasy {n} (renunciation of one's religion or faith)  :: apostasía {f}
apostate {n} /ə.ˈpɒs.teɪt/ (person who renounces a faith)  :: apóstata {m} {f}
apostatic {adj} (apostate) SEE: apostate  ::
apostatical {adj} (apostate) SEE: apostate  ::
apostille {n} (a special sign)  :: apostilla {f}
apostle {n}  :: apóstol {m}
apostle {n} /əˈpɑsl̩/ (missionary or leader of a mission)  :: apóstol {m}
apostle {n} (pioneer) SEE: pioneer  ::
Apostle {n} (one of the group of twelve disciples)  :: apóstol {m}
apostlehood {n} (apostleship) SEE: apostleship  ::
apostleship {n} (the position of being an apostle)  :: apostolado {m}
apostolic {adj} (according to the doctrines of the apostles)  :: apostólico
apostolic {adj} /ˌæpəˈstɑːlɪk/ (pertaining to the apostles)  :: apostólico
apostolical {adj} (apostolic) SEE: apostolic  ::
apostolicalness {n} (apostolicity) SEE: apostolicity  ::
apostolicism {n} (apostolicity) SEE: apostolicity  ::
apostolicness {n} (apostolicity) SEE: apostolicity  ::
apostolic succession {n} (chain of consecrations of bishops)  :: sucesión apostólica {f}
apostrophe {n} /əˈpɑːs.tɹə.fi/ (the character ’)  :: apóstrofo {m}
apostrophe {n} (sudden piece of dialogue)  :: apóstrofe {m} {f}
apothecary {n} /əˈpɑθəˌkɛəɹi/ (pharmacist) SEE: pharmacist  ::
apothecary {n} (pharmacy) SEE: pharmacy  ::
apothecium {n} (the ascigerous fructification of lichens)  :: apotecio {m}
apothegm {n} /ˈæp.ə.θɛm/ (A short witty instructive saying)  :: apotegma {f}
apothegmatical {adj} (apothegmatic) SEE: apothegmatic  ::
apothegmic {adj} (apothegmatic) SEE: apothegmatic  ::
apothem {n} /ˈæp.ə.θɛm/ (the distance from the center of a polygon to a side)  :: apotema {f}
apotheosis {n} /əˌpɑː.θiˈoʊ.sɪs/ (deification; becoming a god)  :: apoteosis {f}
apotropaism {n} (the use of ritual or other magical means to avert evil or bad luck)  :: apotropismo {m}
apoxia {n} (altitude sickness) SEE: altitude sickness  ::
app {n} /æp/ (small computer application)  :: apli {f}
Appalachians {prop} /ˌæ.pəˈleɪ.ʃənz/ (a mountain range in eastern North America)  :: Apalaches
appall {v} /əˈpɔl/ (to depress or discourage with fear; to impress with fear)  :: consternar, abrumar, apabullar
appalling {adj} (That appalls/appals or appall/appal)  :: terrible {m} {f}; horrible {m} {f}; horroroso {m}; [nonstandard] consternante {m} {f}; abrumador {m}; apabullante {m} {f}; [Chile, Mexico and Venezuela] apabullador {m}; asombroso {m}
apparatchik {n} /æpəˈɹæt͡ʃɪk/ (member of a Communist apparat)  :: apparatchik {m}
apparatus {n} /æ.pəˈɹæ.təs/ (complex machine or instrument)  :: aparato {m}, equipo {m}
apparatus {n} (assortment of tools or instruments)  :: aparato {m}
apparel {n} /ʌˈpɛɹ.əl/ (clothing)  :: atavío {m}, ropa {f}
apparent {adj} (clear)  :: claro, evidente, manifiesto
apparent {adj} /əˈpæ.ɹənt/ (visible)  :: visible
apparent {adj} (seeming)  :: aparente, ostensible
apparently {adv} (according to what the speaker has read or been told)  :: al parecer, según parece, aparentemente, presuntamente, supuestamente
apparently {adv} /əˈpæɹ.ɨ (plainly)  :: evidentemente, obviamente, por lo visto
apparently {adv} (seemingly)  :: aparentemente, al parecer
apparition {n} /ˌæp.ɚˈɪʃ.n̩/ (act of becoming visible)  :: aparición {f}
apparition {n} (unexpected, wonderful, or preternatural appearance)  :: aparición {f}
appeal {n}  :: apelación {f}
appeal {v} /əˈpɪəl/ (to accuse) SEE: accuse  ::
appeal {v} (to apply for the removal of a cause to a superior judge or court)  :: apelar
appeal {v} (to be attractive)  :: atraer
appeal {v} (to call upon another)  :: apelar
appeal {v} (to invoke) SEE: invoke  ::
appeals court {n} (appellate court) SEE: appellate court  ::
appear {v} /əˈpɪɹ/ (to appear, to seem) SEE: look  ::
appear {v} (to appear) SEE: seem  ::
appear {v} (To become visible to the apprehension of the mind)  :: aparecer
appear {v} (To come before the public)  :: aparecer
appear {v} (To come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible)  :: aparecer
appear {v} (To seem; to have a certain semblance; to look)  :: parecer
appear {v} (To stand in presence of some authority, tribunal, or superior person, to answer a charge, plead a cause, or the like)  :: comparecer
appearance {n} (A thing seen)  :: aparición {f}
appearance {n} /əˈpɪɹəns/ (The act of appearing or coming into sight)  :: aparición {f}
appearance {n} (Personal presence, form or look)  :: apariencia {f}
appearance {n} (Semblance, or apparent likeness)  :: apariencia {f}
appearance {n} (The act of appearing in a particular place, or in society, a company, or any proceedings)  :: aparición {f}
appearance {n} (The coming into court of either of the parties)  :: aparición {f}
appearing {n} /əˈpɪəɹ.ɪŋ/ (appearance) SEE: appearance  ::
appease {v} /əˈpiːz/ (To make quiet; to calm; to reduce to a state of peace; to still; to pacify)  :: apaciguar, calmar, aplacar
appeaseless {adj} (unappeasable) SEE: unappeasable  ::
appeasement {n} /əˈpɪiz.mənt/ (the state of being appeased)  :: aplacamiento {m}, apaciguamiento {m}
appellant {n} /əˈpɛln̩t/ (litigant or party that is making an appeal)  :: apelante {m} {f}
appellate court {n} (court having jurisdiction to hear appeals)  :: tribunal de apelación {m}
appellative {n} (common noun) SEE: common noun  ::
append {v} /ʌˈpɛnd/ (to add as an accessory)  :: agregar, añadir, adjuntar
appendage {n} (an external body part that projects from the body)  :: miembro {m}, extremidad {f}
appendage {n} (a part that is joined to something larger)  :: añadidura {f}
appendectomy {n} (surgical procedure)  :: apendicectomía {f}
appendicectomy {n} (appendectomy) SEE: appendectomy  ::
appendicitis {n} /əˈpɛnd.ɪ.saɪt.əs/ (inflamation of the vermiform appendix)  :: apendicitis {f}
appendix {n} /əˈpɛn.dɪks/ (text added to the end of a book or an article)  :: apéndice {m}
appendix {n} (vermiform appendix)  :: apéndice {m}
Appenzell {n} (appenzeller) SEE: appenzeller  ::
appetency {n} (appetence) SEE: appetence  ::
appetite {n} /ˈæp.ə.taɪt/ (desire of or relish for food)  :: apetito {m}, deseo {m}, ganas {f-p}
appetizer {n} (small, light first course)  :: aperitivo {m}, antojito {m} [Mexico], boca {f} [Costa Rica], boquitas {f-p} [Central America], bocadito {m} [Ecuador, Peru], botana {f} [Mexico], pasaboca {m} [Colombia], pasapalo {m} [Venezuela], picada {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay], picadera {f} [Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico], picadito {m} [Bolivia], picoteo {m} [Chile], pincho {m} [Northern Spain], piqueo {m} [Ecuador], saladito {m} [Cuba], tapa {f} [Spain standard usage]
appetizing {adj} /ˈæp.ə.taɪz.ɪŋ/ (that appeals to, or stimulates the appetite)  :: apetitoso, apetecible
applaud {v} /əˈplɔd/ (to express approval by clapping)  :: aplaudir
applaud {v} (to praise, or express approval by words)  :: aplaudir
applaudable {adj} (praiseworthy) SEE: praiseworthy  ::
applause {n} /əˈplɔz/ (act of applauding)  :: aplauso {m}
apple {n} /ˈæ.pəl/ (fruit)  :: manzana {f}, mela, poma
apple {n} (apples and pears (Cockney rhyming slang)) SEE: apples and pears  ::
apple {n} (tree) SEE: apple tree  ::
apple does not fall far from the tree {proverb} (a child is similar to its parents)  :: de tal palo, tal astilla
apple-green {adj} (apple-green)  :: verde manzana
apple juice {n} (the juice of apples, often used as a drink)  :: [Latin America] jugo de manzana {m}, [Spain] zumo de manzana {m}
apple of discord {n} (object which sows dissension and anger)  :: manzana de la discordia {f}
apple of Sodom {n} /ˈæp(ə)l əv ˈsɒdəm/ (Citrullus colocynthis) SEE: colocynth  ::
apple of someone's eye {n} (favourite, a particular preference, or a loved one)  :: la niña de sus ojos {f}
apple pie {n} (pie with apple filling)  :: tarta de manzana {f}
appleringie {n} (southernwood) SEE: southernwood  ::
apples and oranges {n} (non-comparable items)  :: peras y manzanas {f-p}
apple sauce {n} (a food)  :: compota de manzanas
apple sauce {n} (nonsense) SEE: apple sauce  ::
applesauce {n} (apple sauce) SEE: apple sauce  ::
apple tree {n} /ˈæpl̩ tɹiː/ (tree that bears apples)  :: manzano {m}, melo, pomo
applewood {n} (apple) SEE: apple  ::
appliable {n} (applicable) SEE: applicable  ::
appliable {n} /əˈplʌɪəb(ə)l/ (compliant) SEE: compliant  ::
appliableness {n} (applicability) SEE: applicability  ::
appliance {n} (a device in its own right)  :: dispositivo {m}, aparato {m}, enseres {m-p} [only plural]
appliance {n} (an implement, instrument or apparatus)  :: implemento {m}, instrumento {m}, aparato {m}, enseres {m-p} [only plural]
appliance {n} /əˈplaɪəns/ (application) SEE: application  ::
applicability {n} (relevancy)  :: aplicabilidad {f}
applicable {adj} /ˈæplɪkəbəl/ (suitable for application; relevant)  :: aplicable, pertinente
applicableness {n} (applicability) SEE: applicability  ::
applicant {n} /ˈæp.lə.kɪnt/ (one who applies)  :: solicitante {m} {f}
application {n} (a computer program)  :: aplicación {f}
application {n} /aplɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ (the act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense)  :: aplicación {f}
application {n} (a verbal or written request)  :: solicitud {f}
application {n} (the act of applying as a means)  :: aplicación
application {n} (the thing applied)  :: solicitud {f}
application programming interface {n} (set of routines, protocols and tools)  :: interfaz de programación de aplicaciones {f}
applicator {n} (tool or device used to apply)  :: aplicador {m}
applicator {n} (tubular device)  :: aplicador
applied science {n} (application of science to immediate, real-life problems)  :: ciencia aplicada {f}
applier {n} (applicator) SEE: applicator  ::
applique {n} /ˌæ.plɪˈ.keɪ/ (decorative design)  :: aplique {m}
applique {v} (to decorate in this way)  :: decorar con apliques
apply {v} /əˈplaɪ/ (employ, apply) SEE: use  ::
apply {v} (to be relevant to a specified individual)  :: aplicar
apply {v} (to engage diligently)  :: [pronominal] aplicarse
apply {v} (to lay or place)  :: aplicar
apply {v} (to put to use for a purpose)  :: utilizar, emplear, aplicar
apply {v} (to submit oneself as a candidate)  :: presentarse para, optar a, postular
apply oneself {v} (to put forth a concerted effort)  :: esforzarse
appoint {v}  :: designar, nombrar
appoint {v} /əˈpɔɪnt/ (to furnish with everything necessary)  :: equipar
appoint {v} (to fix with power or firmness)  :: determinar, fijar
appointee {n} /əˌpoɪnˈtiː/ (a person who is appointed)  :: persona designada {f}
appointment {n} (arrangement for a meeting; an engagement)  :: cita {f}
appointment {n} /əˈpɔɪnt.mɛnt/ (act of appointing; designation of a person to hold an office)  :: nombramiento {m}
appointment {n} (state of being appointed)  :: cita {f}
appointment {n} (stipulation; agreement)  :: compromiso {m}
apportion {v} /əˈpɔɹʃən/ (to apportion) SEE: distribute  ::
apportion {v} (to divide and distribute portions of a whole)  :: distribuir, repartir
apportionment {n} (The act of apportioning or the state of being apportioned)  :: aporcionamiento {m}, prorrateo, distribución, racionamiento, reparto proporcional
apposite {adj} /əˈpɒzɪt/ (appropriate, relevant, well-suited)  :: apropiado, pertinente
apposition {n} (rhetoric: appositio) SEE: appositio  ::
appraisal {n} /əˈpɹeɪzəl/ (judgement)  :: evaluación {f}, valoración {f}, tasación {f}
appraise {v} /əˈpɹeɪz/ (to set a value; to estimate the worth of)  :: valorar, tasar, evaluar, avaluar, valuar
appraisement {n} (appraisal) SEE: appraisal  ::
appraiser {n} (one who appraises)  :: tasador {m}, tasadora {f}
appreciable {adj} /əˈpɹiːʃəbl/ (large enough to be estimated; considerable)  :: apreciable, sensible, considerable
appreciate {v} /əˈpɹi.ʃi.eɪt/ (to be grateful for something)  :: agradecer
appreciate {v} (to be aware of)  :: comprender, hacerse cargo de
appreciate {v} (to increase in value)  :: aumentar su valor
appreciate {v} (to value highly)  :: valorar
appreciating {adj} (appreciative) SEE: appreciative  ::
appreciatingly {adv} (appreciatively) SEE: appreciatively  ::
appreciation {n} /əˌpɹiː.ʃiˈeɪ.ʃən/ (A rise in value;-opposed to depreciation)  :: apreciación {f}
appreciative {adj} (showing appreciation or gratitude)  :: apreciativo
appreciatory {adj} (appreciative) SEE: appreciative  ::
apprehend {v} /æ.pɹiˈhɛnd/ (To take or seize; to take hold of)  :: aprehender, coger, prender, capturar
apprehend {v} (to arrest; to apprehend a criminal)  :: detener, aprehender
apprehend {v} (to understand; to recognize)  :: aprehender, entender, comprender, captar, percibir
apprehend {v} ((transitive) to anticipate with anxiety, dread, or fear)  :: temer
apprehendable {adj} (apprehensible) SEE: apprehensible  ::
apprehension {n} /æ.pɹiˈhɛn.ʃən/ (arrest)  :: arresto {m}
apprehension {n} (distrust or fear at the prospect of future evil)  :: aprensión {f}
apprehensive {adj} (anticipating something with anxiety or fear)  :: aprensivo, inquieto
apprentice {n} /əˈpɹɛntɪs/ (trainee, especially in a skilled trade)  :: aprendiz
apprentice {n} (one not well versed in a subject) SEE: newbie  ::
apprentice {v} (to be an apprentice to)  :: colocar de aprendiz
apprenticeship {n} (condition of, or the time served by, an apprentice)  :: aprendizaje {f}
apprise {v} /əˈpɹaɪ̯z/ (to notify)  :: informar, avisar
approach {n} (a manner in which a problem is solved or policy is made)  :: enfoque {m}, planteamiento {m}
approach {n}  :: aproximación {f}, acercamiento {m}
approach {n} (the act of drawing near)  :: enfoque {m}, planteamiento {m}, acercamiento {m}, aproximación {f}
approach {v} /əˈpɹoʊtʃ/ (to come or go near, in place or time; to draw nigh; to advance nearer)  :: acercarse
approach {v} (To come near to in place, time, or character)  :: acercarse a, aproximarse a
approach {v} (To draw near, in a figurative sense)  :: aproximarse
approachable {adj} (easy to talk to)  :: accesible, asequible
approbation {n} /ˌæp.ɹoʊˈbeɪ.ʃən/ (the act of approval)  :: aprobación {f}
approbatively {adv} (approvingly) SEE: approvingly  ::
approbator {n} (approver) SEE: approver  ::
approbatory {adj} (approbative) SEE: approbative  ::
appropinquation {n} (approach) SEE: approach  ::
approportionate {v} (proportion) SEE: proportion  ::
appropriate {adj} /əˈpɹoʊ.pɹi.ɪt/ (obsolete: set apart for a particular use or person)  :: apropiado {m}
appropriate {adj} (peculiar, suitable, fit, proper)  :: apropiado
appropriate {v} (To set apart for)  :: designar
appropriate {v} (To take to oneself in exclusion of others)  :: adueñarse
appropriateness {n} (the quality or condition of being appropriate)  :: idoneidad {f}, propiedad {f}
appropriation {n} /əˌpɹoʊpɹiˈeɪʃən/ (act of appropriating, or something appropriated)  :: apropiación {f}
appropriation {n} (public funds set aside for a specific purpose)  :: crédito de gasto presupuestario {m}
approval {n} /əˈpɹuvəl/ (permission)  :: aprobación {f}
approve {v} /əˈpɹuːv/ (To sanction officially; to ratify; to confirm; as, to approve the decision of a court-martial)  :: aprobar, sancionar
approve {v} (To make or show to be worthy of approbation or acceptance)  :: aprobar
approved {adj} /əˈpɹuːvd/ (having received approval)  :: aprobado
approvingly {adv} (in an approving manner)  :: con aprobación
approximant {n} /əˈpɹɑksɪmənt/ (mathematics: approximation) SEE: approximation  ::
approximate {adj} /ə.ˈpɹɑk.sə.mət/ (Approaching; proximate; nearly resembling)  :: aproximado
approximate {adj} (Near correctness; nearly exact; not perfectly accurate;)  :: aproximado
approximate {v} (to carry or advance near; to cause to approach)  :: avanzar, acercar, juntar, estrechar
approximate {v} (to come near to; to approach)  :: acercarse, aproximarse
approximate {v} (to estimate)  :: estimar
approximately {adv} /əˈpɹɑk.sɪ.mə (imprecise but close to in quantity or amount)  :: aproximadamente
approximation {n} /əˌpɹɑksɪˈmeɪʃn/ (act of approximating)  :: aproximación {f}
approximation {n} (imprecise solution)  :: aproximación {f}
apractic {adj} (apraxic) SEE: apraxic  ::
apraxia {n} /əˈpɹæksɪə/ (disorder of motor planning)  :: apraxia {f}
apricot {n} /ˈeɪ.pɹɪ.kɒt/ (fruit)  :: albaricoque {m}, chabacano {m} [Mexico], damasco {m} [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay]
apricot {n} (tree)  :: albaricoquero {m}
April {prop} /ˈeɪ.pɹəl/ (fourth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: abril {m}
April fool {n} (practical joke played on April Fools' Day)  :: inocentada {f}
April Fools' Day {n} (First day of April)  :: pescado de abril {m}
Aprilly {adj} (Aprilish) SEE: Aprilish  ::
a priori {adv} (derived by logic)  :: a priori
apriori {adv} (a priori) SEE: a priori  ::
aprioristic {adj} (a priori) SEE: a priori  ::
apéritif {n} /ɑːˌpɛɹɪˈtiːf/ (alcoholic drink served before a meal as an appetiser)  :: aperitivo {m}
aprium {n} (pluot) SEE: pluot  ::
apron {n} /ˈeɪ.pɹən/ (clothing)  :: delantal {m}, mandil {f}
apropos {adj} /ˌæp.ɹəˈpoʊ/ (of an appropriate or pertinent nature)  :: pertinente, oportuno
apropos {adv}  :: a propósito
apropos {adv} (by the way)  :: a propósito
apropos {prep} (regarding or concerning)  :: a propósito
apse {n}  :: [1] ábside {m}, [1] ábsida {f}, [1] ápside
apse {n} /æps/ (case in which the relics were kept) SEE: reliquary  ::
apse {n} (astronomy: apsis) SEE: apsis  ::
apse {n} (obsolete or dialectal: aspen tree) SEE: aspen  ::
apside {n} (apsis) SEE: apsis  ::
apt {adj} /æpt/ (fit or fitted; suited; suitable; appropriate)  :: apto, apropiado, acertado, oportuno
apterous {adj} (wingless) SEE: wingless  ::
Aptian {prop} (subdivision of the Early Cretaceous epoch)  :: Aptiense
aptitude {n} /ˈæptɪˌtjuːd/ (natural ability to acquire knowledge or skill)  :: aptitud {f}, capacidad {f}
aptitude {n} (the condition of being suitable)  :: conveniencia {f}
aptly {adv} /ˈæ (in an apt or suitable manner)  :: acertadamente
Apuglian {adj} (Apulian) SEE: Apulian  ::
Apuleius {prop} /ˌæpjuˈli.əs/ (author in the Roman Empire)  :: Apuleyo {m}
Apulia {prop} (region of Italy)  :: Apulia {f}, Pulla {f}
Apulian {adj} /əˈpuːliːən/ (of or pertaining to Apulia)  :: pullés
Apulian {n} (resident of Apulia)  :: pullés {m}, pullesa {f}
apurpose {adv} (on purpose) SEE: on purpose  ::
Apus {prop} /ˈeɪpəs/ (a constellation of the southern sky)  :: Apus
apyretic {adj} (feverless) SEE: feverless  ::
aquaculture {n} (the cultivation of the aquatic produce)  :: acuicultura {f}
aquafarmer {n} (aquaculturist) SEE: aquaculturist  ::
aquafarming {n} (aquaculture) SEE: aquaculture  ::
aqua fortis {n} (nitric acid) SEE: nitric acid  ::
aquamarine {n} /ˌæ.kwə.məˈɹiːn/ (aquamarine colour)  :: aguamarina
aquamarine {n} (type of beryl)  :: aguamarina {f}
aquaporin {n} (class of proteins)  :: acuaporina {f}
aqua regia {n} /ˌeɪkwəˈɹiːdʒi.ə/ (mixture of acids)  :: agua regia {f}
aquarelle {n} (painting)  :: acuarela {f}
aquarellist {n} (watercolorist) SEE: watercolorist  ::
Aquarian {n} (Aquarius) SEE: Aquarius  ::
aquariology {n} (study of the fauna and flora of aquaria)  :: acuariología
aquarium {n} (public place where live fish are exhibited)  :: acuario {m}
aquarium {n} (tank for keeping fish)  :: acuario {m}, pecera {f}
Aquarius {n} (Someone with a Aquarius star sign)  :: acuario {m}
Aquarius {prop} (astrological sign)  :: acuario
Aquarius {prop} /əˈkwɛɹɪəs/ (constellation)  :: Acuario {m}
aquatic {adj} /əˈkwɑ.tɪk/ (relating to water; living in or near water, taking place in water)  :: acuático
aquatic warbler {n} (Acrocephalus paludicola)  :: carricerín cejudo {m}
aquatile {adj} (aquatic) SEE: aquatic  ::
aqueduct {n} /ˈæk.wəˌdʌkt/ (an artificial channel conveying water)  :: acueducto {m}
aqueduct {n} (a structure carrying water)  :: acueducto {m}
aqueity {n} (wateriness) SEE: wateriness  ::
aqueous {adj} /ˈæ.kwi.əs/ (consisting mainly of water)  :: acuoso
aquifuge {n} (aquiclude) SEE: aquiclude  ::
Aquila {prop} (constellation)  :: Aquila
aquiline {adj} /ˈæk.wɪ.laɪn/ (of, pertaining to, or characteristic of eagles)  :: aguileño
aquiline nose {n} (human nose with a hooked, bent shape)  :: nariz aguileña {f}
Aquitaine {prop} (region of France)  :: Aquitania {f}
ar {n} /ɑɹ/ (name of the letter R, r)  :: erre {f}
Ara {prop} (constellation)  :: Ara
Arab {adj} /ˈæɹ.əb/ (of or pertaining to Arabs and their nations)  :: árabe
Arab {n} (Semitic person)  :: árabe {m} {f}
araba {n} (carriage)  :: araba {f}
arabesque {n} /ˌeɹ.əˈbesk/ (ornamental design used in Islamic Art)  :: arabesco {m}
Arab horse {n} (Arabian horse) SEE: Arabian horse  ::
Arabia {prop} (a peninsula between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf;)  :: Arabia {f}
Arabian {adj} /əˈɹeɪbi.ən/ (related to Arabia)  :: árabe
Arabian {n} (horse)  :: árabe
Arabian {n} (person)  :: árabe
Arabian camel {n} (dromedary) SEE: dromedary  ::
Arabianization {n} (Arabisation) SEE: Arabisation  ::
Arabianize {v} (Arabize) SEE: Arabize  ::
Arabian Sea {prop} (part of the Indian Ocean)  :: mar Arábigo {m}
Arabian tea {n} (khat) SEE: khat  ::
Arabic {adj} /ˈɛɹəbɪk/ (of, from, or pertaining to Arab countries or cultural behaviour)  :: árabe, arábigo
Arabic {prop} (alphabet)  :: árabe {m}
Arabic {prop} (language)  :: árabe {m}
Arabic numeral {n} (any of the ten symbols from 0 through 9)  :: número arábigo {m}
Arabic script {n} (letters of the Arabic language)  :: alfabeto árabe {m}
arabinose {n} (aldopentose that occurs most often in polysaccharides)  :: arabinosa {f}
Arabisation {n} (process of arabising)  :: arabización {f}
Arabization {n} (Arabisation) SEE: Arabisation  ::
arable {adj} /ˈæɹəbl̩/ (suitable for cultivation)  :: arable, cultivable
Arabo- {prefix} (relating to Arabic or Arabs)  :: arabo-
Arabophobia {n} (the fear, hate or dislike of Arabs)  :: arabofobia {f}
Arab Republic of Egypt {prop} (Official name of Egypt)  :: República Árabe de Egipto {f}
Arab Spring {prop} (movement)  :: Primavera árabe {f}
Arab World {prop} (Arabic speaking world)  :: mundo árabe {m}
arachidonate {n} (salt or ester of arachidonic acid)  :: araquidonato {m}
arachidonic acid {n} (long chain fatty acid precursor to prostaglandins)  :: ácido araquidónico {m}
arachidonoylethanolamide {n} (anandamide) SEE: anandamide  ::
arachnid {n} /əˈɹæknɪd/ (eight-legged creature)  :: arácnido {m}
arachnidan {n} (arachnid) SEE: arachnid  ::
arachnoid {n} (the arachnoid mater) SEE: arachnoid mater  ::
arachnoidian {adj} (arachnoid) SEE: arachnoid  ::
arachnoid mater {n} (middle layer of the meninges)  :: aracnoides {m}
arachnological {adj} (arachnologic) SEE: arachnologic  ::
aracytin {n} (cytarabine) SEE: cytarabine  ::
aracytine {n} (cytarabine) SEE: cytarabine  ::
araeostyle {n} (intercolumniation) SEE: intercolumniation  ::
Aragon {prop} (an autonomous community in Spain)  :: Aragón {m}
Aragonese {adj} (from Aragon)  :: aragonés
Aragonese {n} (a person)  :: aragonés {m}, aragonesa {f}
Aragonese {prop} (the language of Aragon)  :: aragonés
aragonite {n} (saline evaporate)  :: aragonito {m}
Aragon Strip {prop} (Part of Aragon where Catalan is spoken)  :: Franja de Aragón {f}, Aragón Oriental {m}
arahant {n} (arhat) SEE: arhat  ::
Aral Sea {prop} /ˈɑːɹəl siː/ (Aral sea)  :: mar de Aral {m}
Aramaean {adj} (of or pertaining to Aramaeans or Aram)  :: arameo
Aramaean {n} /æɹəˈmiːən/ (member of a West Semitic semi-nomadic and pastoralist people)  :: arameo {m}
Aramaean {prop} (Aramaic) SEE: Aramaic  ::
Aramaic {adj} (pertaining to the language, alphabet, culture or poetry)  :: arameo
Aramaic {prop} /ˌæɹ.ə.ˈmei.ɪk/ (the language)  :: arameo {m}
araneous {adj} (araneose) SEE: araneose  ::
Aranese {prop} (dialect)  :: aranés {m}
Arans {prop} /ˈæɹənz/ (Aran) SEE: Aran  ::
aration {n} (ploughing) SEE: ploughing  ::
Araucanian {adj}  :: araucano
Araucanization {n} (assimilation into Mapuche culture)  :: araucanización {f}, mapuchezación {f}
Arawak {adj} (pertaining to the Arawak)  :: arahuaco
Arawak {prop} (group of languages)  :: arahuaco {m}
Arawak {prop} (people)  :: arahuaco {m}
Arawak {prop} (specific language)  :: arahuaco {m}
Arawakan {adj} (Arawak) SEE: Arawak  ::
arbiter {n} /ˈɑːbɪtə(ɹ)/ (a person appointed, or chosen, by parties to determine a controversy between them)  :: árbitro {m}, árbitra {f}
arbitrageur {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)bɪtɹɑˈʒɝ(ɹ)/ (arbitrager) SEE: arbitrager  ::
arbitral {adj} /ˈɑːbɪtɹəl/ (relating to arbitration)  :: arbitral
arbitrament {n} /ɑːˈbɪtɹəmənt/ (arbitration) SEE: arbitration  ::
arbitrarily {adv} (in an arbitrary manner)  :: arbitrariamente
arbitrariously {adv} (arbitrarily) SEE: arbitrarily  ::
arbitrariousness {n} (arbitrariness) SEE: arbitrariness  ::
arbitrary {adj} /ˈɑɹ.bɪ.t(ʃ)ɹɛ(ə).ɹi/ (based on individual discretion or judgment)  :: arbitrario
arbitrary {adj} (determined by impulse)  :: arbitrario
arbitrate {v} (to make a judgment on)  :: arbitrar
arbitration {n} (the act or process of arbitrating)  :: arbitraje
arbitrator {n} (person who settles or judges)  :: árbitro {m}, árbitra {f}
arbor {n} (a shady place for sitting)  :: cenado {m}, pérgola {f}
arboraceous {adj} (arboreal) SEE: arboreal  ::
arborary {adj} (arboreal) SEE: arboreal  ::
arboreal {adj} (pertaining to trees)  :: arbóreo
arboreous {adj} (wooded) SEE: wooded  ::
arboreous {adj} (woody) SEE: woody  ::
arboretum {n} /ɑː(ɹ)bəˈɹiːtəm/ (place of many varieties of tree)  :: arboreto {m}, arboretum {m}
arborical {adj} (arboreal) SEE: arboreal  ::
arboricole {adj} (arboreal) SEE: arboreal  ::
arboricolous {adj} (arboreal) SEE: arboreal  ::
arborio rice {n} (arborio) SEE: arborio  ::
arborist {n} (arboriculturist) SEE: arboriculturist  ::
arborway {n} (avenue) SEE: avenue  ::
Arbëresh {prop} (language)  :: arbëreshë {m}
Arbëreshë Albanian {prop} (Arbëresh) SEE: Arbëresh  ::
arbutus {n} (strawberry tree) SEE: strawberry tree  ::
arc {n} (curve)  :: curva {f}
arc {n} (directed edge) SEE: directed edge  ::
arc {n} /ɑɹk/ (geometry: part of a curve)  :: arco {m}
arcade {n} (covered passage, usually with shops on both sides)  :: galería {f}, galería comercial {f}
arcade {n} (row of arches)  :: arcada {f}
Arcadia {prop} (A district or a prefecture in the central and mid SE Peloponnese)  :: Arcadia {f}
arcane {adj} /ɑɹˈkeɪn/ (understood by only a few; obscure)  :: arcano, secreto, misterioso
arc-boutant {n} (flying buttress) SEE: flying buttress  ::
arccosine {n} (inverse of the cosine function)  :: arcoseno
Arc de Triomphe {prop} (the Parisian monument)  :: Arco de Triunfo {m}
arch {adj} (knowing, clever, mischievous)  :: pícaro
arch {adj} (principal, primary)  :: principal
arch {n} (architectural element)  :: arco {m}
arch {n} (arrangement of trapezoidal stones)  :: arco {m}
arch {n} /ɑɹtʃ/ (inverted U shape)  :: arco {m}
arch- {prefix} (chief, highest, most extreme)  :: archi-, arqui-, arzo-
-arch {suffix} (leading, leader)  :: -arca
arch {v} (to form into arch)  :: arquear
archaean {n} (archaeal) SEE: archaeal  ::
archaebacterial {adj} (archaeal) SEE: archaeal  ::
archaebacterium {n} (archaeon) SEE: archaeon  ::
archaeobotany {n} (paleoethnobotany) SEE: paleoethnobotany  ::
archaeolinguistics {n} /ˌɑɹki.ə.lɪŋˈɡwɪs.tɪks/ (study of the distant human past using archaeological and linguistic evidence together)  :: arqueolingüística {f}
archaeologian {n} (archaeologist) SEE: archaeologist  ::
archaeologic {adj} (archaeological) SEE: archaeological  ::
archaeological {adj} (relating to the science or research of archaeology)  :: arqueológico
archaeologist {n} (someone who is skilled, professes or practices archaeology)  :: arqueólogo {m}, arqueóloga {f}
archaeology {n} /ˌɑɹ.kiˈɑl.ə.dʒi/ (scientific study of past remains)  :: arqueología {f}
archaic {adj} /ɑɹ.ˈkeɪ.ɪk/ (old-fashioned or antiquated)  :: arcaico
archaicism {n} (archaism) SEE: archaism  ::
archaicness {n} (archaicity) SEE: archaicity  ::
archaist {n} (antiquary) SEE: antiquary  ::
archangel {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)kˌeɪn.dʒəl/ (angel who leads other angels)  :: arcángel {m}
Archangel {prop} (Arkhangelsk) SEE: Arkhangelsk  ::
archangelical {adj} (archangelic) SEE: archangelic  ::
archbishop {n} /ɑɹtʃ.bɪʃ.əp/ (senior bishop)  :: arzobispo {m}
archbishopdom {n} (archbishopric) SEE: archbishopric  ::
archbishophood {n} /ɑːtʃˈbɪʃəphʊd/ (archbishopric) SEE: archbishopric  ::
archbishopric {n} (jurisdiction of an archbishop)  :: arzobispado {m}
archbishopship {n} (archbishopric) SEE: archbishopric  ::
archchancellor {n} /ˈɑɹtʃˈtʃænsəlɚ/ (chief chancellor)  :: archicanciller {m}
archdeacon {n} (administrative official in a diocese)  :: arcediano {m}, archidiácono {m}
archdevil {n} (archdemon) SEE: archdemon  ::
archdiocese {n} /ˌɑɹtʃˈdaɪəsɪs/ (area administered by an archbishop)  :: archidiócesis {f}, arzobispado {m}
archduchess {n} (daughter or granddaughter of the Emperor of Austria-Hungary)  :: archiduquesa {f}
archduke {n} (rank)  :: archiduque {m}
archebiosis {n} (abiogenesis) SEE: abiogenesis  ::
archegonium {n} (multicellular reproductive structure in certain plants)  :: arquegonio {m}
archenemy {n} (a principal enemy)  :: archienemigo {m}
archeological {adj} (archaeological) SEE: archaeological  ::
archeology {n} /ˌɑɹ.kɪˈɒl.ɘ.dʒɪ/ (archaeology) SEE: archaeology  ::
archeopteryx {n} /ɑːkiːˈɒptəɹɪks/ (ancient bird)  :: archaeopteryx
archepiscopal {adj} (of or pertaining to an archbishop or an archbishopric)  :: arzobispal
archer {n} /ˈɑɹtʃɚ/ (one who shoots an arrow from a bow or a bolt from a crossbow)  :: arquero {m}
archeress {n} /ˈɑːtʃəɹɪs/ (a female archer)  :: arquera {f}
archery {n} /ɑɹtʃəɹiː/ (the practice)  :: arquería {f}, tiro al arco {m}
archetypal {adj} (Of or pertaining to an archetype)  :: arquetípico
archetype {n} /ˈɑɹkɪtaɪp/ (original model of which all other similar persons, objects, or concepts are merely derivative)  :: arquetipo {m}
archetypic {adj} (archetypal) SEE: archetypal  ::
archetypical {adj} (archetypal) SEE: archetypal  ::
archetypically {adv} (archetypally) SEE: archetypally  ::
archfiend {n} (Satan) SEE: Satan  ::
archi- {prefix} (chief, highest, most extreme)  :: archi-, arqui-, arzo-
Archibald {prop} /ˈɑː(ɹ).tʃɪ.bɔːld/ (male given name)  :: Archibaldo {m}
archiepiscopality {n} (archbishopric) SEE: archbishopric  ::
archiepiscopate {n} (archbishopric) SEE: archbishopric  ::
archimandrite {n} /ˌɑːkɪˈmændɹaɪt/ (The superior of a large monastery, or group of monasteries, in the Orthodox Church)  :: archimandrita {m}
Archimedean solid {n} (any of a class of semi-regular convex polyhedra composed of two or more types of regular polygon meeting in identical vertices)  :: sólido arquimediano {m}, sólido de Arquímedes {m}
Archimedes {prop} /ˌɑːɹkɪˈmiːdiːz/ (an ancient Greek mathematician)  :: Arquímedes
archipelago {n} /ˌɑɹkəˈpɛləˌɡoʊ/ (group of islands)  :: archipiélago {m}
architect {n} /ˈɑɹkɪtɛkt/ (designer of buildings)  :: arquitecto, arquitecta {f}
architectonic {adj} (architectural) SEE: architectural  ::
architectural {adj} /ˈɑɹkɪtɛktʃəɹəl/ (pertaining to architecture)  :: arquitectónico
architecture {n} (art and science of designing buildings and other structures)  :: arquitectura {f}
architranseme {n} (theoretical common denominator used in the comparison of source text and translation)  :: arquitransema {m}
architrave {n} /ˈɑɹ.kɪ.tɹeɪv/ (the lowest part of an entablature)  :: arquitrabe {m}
archive {n} /ˈɑɹkaɪv/ (place for storing earlier material)  :: archivo {m}
archive {v} (to archive)  :: archivar
archiver {n} (archivist) SEE: archivist  ::
archivist {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)kəvɪst/ (one who creates, maintains or controls archives)  :: archivero {m}
archlute {n} (stringed musical instrument)  :: archilaúd {m}
archmagician {n} (archmage) SEE: archmage  ::
archon {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)kən/ (chief magistrate)  :: arconte {m}, arcontisa {f}
archonship {n} (archontate) SEE: archontate  ::
archosaurian {n} (archosaur) SEE: archosaur  ::
archpresbyter {n} (archpriest) SEE: archpriest  ::
archway {n} (passageway covered by an arch)  :: arco {m}
archwizard {n} (archmage) SEE: archmage  ::
archy {adj} (arched) SEE: arched  ::
arcid {n} (ark shell) SEE: ark shell  ::
arcminute {n} (minute of angle) SEE: minute of angle  ::
arcotarsium {n} (instep) SEE: instep  ::
arcsecond {n} (a unit of angle)  :: arcosegundo {m}
arcsine {n} (inverse of sine)  :: arcsen, arcseno
arctation {n} (stenosis) SEE: stenosis  ::
Arctic {adj} (cold, snowy, or having other properties of extreme winter associated with the Arctic)  :: glacial, árctico
Arctic {adj} /ˈɑɹktɪk/ (Pertaining to the northern polar region of the planet)  :: ártico, árctico
Arctic {prop} (a region of the Earth)  :: ártico {m}, árctico
Arctic char {n} (saibling) SEE: saibling  ::
Arctic Circle {prop} (one of the five major circles of latitude)  :: círculo polar ártico {m}
arctic fox {n} (Vulpes lagopus)  :: zorro polar {m}, zorro ártico {m}, zorro blanco {m}, zorro de las nieves {m}
arctic hare {n} (Lepus arcticus)  :: liebre ártica {f}
Arctic loon {n} (black-throated diver) SEE: black-throated diver  ::
Arctic Ocean {prop} (the smallest of the five oceans of the Earth, on and around the North Pole)  :: océano Ártico {m}, océano glacial Ártico {m}
Arctic skua {n} (Stercorarius parasiticus)  :: escúa ártica {f}, págalo ártico {m}
arctic tern {n} (Sterna paradisaea)  :: charrán ártico {m}, gaviotín ártico {m}
Arcturus {prop} /ɑɹkˈtjʊəɹəs/ (Alpha Boötis)  :: Arturo
arcuate fasciculus {n} /ˈɑːkjuːət fəˈsɪkjʊləs/ (bundle of axons forming part of the superior longitudinal fasciculus)  :: fascículo arqueado {m}
Ardèche {prop} (French department)  :: Ardecha
Ardèche {prop} (French river)  :: río Ardecha
ardent {adj} (full or ardour)  :: ardiente, ferviente
ardor {n} /ˈɑːɹdəɹ/ (great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion)  :: fervor {m}, ardor {m}
ardor {n} (heat)  :: ardor {m}
ardor {n} (spirit)  :: pasión {f}
ardour {n} (ardour) SEE: ardor  ::
arduity {n} /ɑːˈdjuːɪti/ (state or quality of being arduous)  :: dureza {f}, rigor {m}, arduidad {f}
arduous {adj} /ˈɑːɹd͡ʒuəs/ (needing or using up much energy)  :: arduo, riguroso
arduous {adj} (hard to climb)  :: arduo
arduousness {n} /ˈɑːdjuːəsnəs/ (state of being arduous) SEE: arduity  ::
are {n} /ɛəɹ/ (unit of area)  :: área {f}
are {v} (be) SEE: be  ::
are {v} (first-person plural simple present indicative form of be)  :: somos, estamos
are {v} (second-person plural simple present indicative form of be)  :: sois, son, estáis, están
are {v} /ɑɹ/ (second-person singular (informal) simple present indicative form of be)  :: eres, estás
are {v} (third-person plural simple present indicative form of be)  :: son, están
area {n} /ˈæɹ.i.ə/ (maths: measure of extent of a surface)  :: área {f}
area {n} (any particular extent)  :: área
area {n} (particular geographic region)  :: área {f}, región {f}
area {n} (soccer: penalty area) SEE: penalty area  ::
area code {n} (prefix appended to a telephone number indicating the geographical area)  :: código de la zona {m}, prefijo {m}
areca {n} (plant in the genus Areca)  :: areca {f}
areca nut {n} (betel nut) SEE: betel nut  ::
areca palm {n} (betel palm) SEE: betel palm  ::
arena {n} /əˈɹiːnə/ (an enclosed area, often outdoor)  :: arena {f}, estadio {m}
arena {n} (the building housing such an area)  :: arena {f}
arenarious {adj} (sandy) SEE: sandy  ::
arene {n} (monocyclic or polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon)  :: areno {m}
arenilitic {adj} (arenitic) SEE: arenitic  ::
arenose {adj} (sandy) SEE: sandy  ::
arenosol {n} (psamment) SEE: psamment  ::
areola {n} (circle around the nipple)  :: areola {f}
Areopagus {n} (supreme council in Athens)  :: areópago {m}
Ares {prop} /ˈeəɹiːz/ (the god of war, son of Zeus and Hera)  :: Ares {m}
are you allergic to any medications {phrase} (are you allergic to any medications?)  :: ¿es usted alérgico a algún medicamento?
are you doing anything tomorrow {phrase} (are you doing anything tomorrow)  :: qué vas a hacer mañana
are you feeling better {phrase} (are you feeling better?)  :: ¿estás mejor?
are you married {phrase} (are you married?)  :: [informal] ¿estás casado?, [formal] ¿está casado?
are you OK {phrase} /ɑɹ juː oʊˈkeɪ/ (are you OK?)  :: [informal] ¿estás bien?, [formal] ¿está bien?
are your ears burning {phrase} (asked of somebody who was not present but was the topic of discussion)  :: ¿no te ardían las orejas?
are you religious {phrase} (are you religious?)  :: [polite] ¿es usted religioso? {m}, ¿es usted religiosa? {f}, [familiar] ¿eres religioso? {m}, ¿eres religiosa? {f}, ¿son ustedes religiosos? {m-p}, ¿son ustedes religiosas? {f-p}
are you single {phrase} (are you single?)  :: [informal, to a male] ¿estás soltero?, [formal, to a male] ¿está soltero?, [informal, to a female] ¿estás soltera?, [formal, to a female] ¿está soltera?
are you taking any medications {phrase} (are you taking any medications?)  :: ¿está tomando algún medicamento?
Arezzo {prop} /əˈɹɛtsəʊ/ (capital city of Arezzo)  :: Arezzo {f}
arf {interj} (representing dog's bark)  :: guau guau
argan {n} (fruit)  :: argán {m}, erguén {m}
argan {n} (tree)  :: argán {m}, erguén {m}
argent {adj} (of white or silver tincture on a coat of arms)  :: plata (blanco)
argent {n} /ˈɑɹdʒənt/ (silver or metal tincture)  :: plata {f}
argentan {n} (nickel silver) SEE: nickel silver  ::
argentation {n} (silvering) SEE: silvering  ::
Argentina {prop} /ˌɑɹ.dʒənˈti.nə/ (Argentine Republic)  :: Argentina
argentine {n} (Argentina sphyraena)  :: pez plata {f}
argentine {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ).dʒənˌtiːn/ (fish of the genus Argentina)  :: argentina {f}
Argentine {adj} /ˈɑːdʒəntaɪn/ (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentine {n} (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentine {prop} (Argentina) SEE: Argentina  ::
Argentinean {adj} (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentinean {n} (Argentinian) SEE: Argentinian  ::
Argentine tango {n} (Ballroom dance)  :: tango argentino {m}
Argentinian {adj} (pertaining to Argentina)  :: argentino
Argentinian {n} /ɑɹˌdʒɨnˈtɪni.ən/ (person from Argentina)  :: argentino {m}, argentina {f}
argentite {n} (silver sulfide)  :: argentita {f}
argentophilic {adj} (argentophilic) SEE: argyrophilic  ::
argileh {n} (hookah) SEE: hookah  ::
argillous {adj} (argillaceous) SEE: argillaceous  ::
arginine {n} /ˈɑɹɡɪniːn/ (an amino acid)  :: arginina {f}
argipressin {n} (vasopressin) SEE: vasopressin  ::
Argo {prop} (mythical ship)  :: Argo
argon {n} (a chemical element)  :: argón {m}
Argonaut {prop} (A member of the Argo who searched for the Golden Fleece)  :: argonauta {m}
Argo Navis {prop} (constellation)  :: Argo Navis
argot {n} /ˈɑːɹɡət/ (secret language of thieves, tramps and vagabonds)  :: argot {m}
argot {n} (specialized vocabulary and terminology of a field)  :: argot {m}
Argot {n} (Argive) SEE: Argive  ::
arguable {adj} /ˈɑɹɡjuəbl/ (open to argument)  :: discutible
argue {v} /ˈɑɹ.ɡju/ (intransitive: to debate, disagree, or discuss opposing or differing viewpoints)  :: argumentar, debatir
argue {v} (to have an argument, a quarrel)  :: discutir
arguing {n} (argument) SEE: argument  ::
argument {n} /ˈɑɹɡjumənt/ (fact or statement used to support a proposition; a reason)  :: argumento {m}
argument {n} (process of reasoning)  :: argumentación {f}
argument {n} (subject or matter)  :: argumento {m}
argument {n} (verbal dispute; a quarrel)  :: discusión {f}, bronca {f}, riña {f}, pelea {f}
argumentative {adj} (prone to argue or dispute)  :: discutidor
argyle {n} (pattern)  :: diseño de rombos {m}
argyria {n} (argyrosis) SEE: argyrosis  ::
argyrism {n} (argyrosis) SEE: argyrosis  ::
argyrotic {adj} (argyric) SEE: argyric  ::
arhinencephaly {n} (holoprosencephaly) SEE: holoprosencephaly  ::
arhythmic {adj} (arrhythmic) SEE: arrhythmic  ::
arhythmical {adj} /əˈɹɪðmɪk(ə)l/ (arrhythmic) SEE: arrhythmic  ::
aria {n} /ˈɑː.ɹɪə/ (type of musical piece)  :: aria {f}
Arian {adj} (pertaining to Arianism)  :: ariano
Arian {n} /ˈɛəɹi.ən/ (a kind of Christian who holds Arian ideas)  :: ariano {m}
Arian {n} (someone whose star sign is in Aries) SEE: Aries  ::
Arianism {n} /ˈɛəɹɪənɪzəm/ (nontrinitarian Christian teaching)  :: arrianismo {m}
Arica {prop} (Arica)  :: Arica {f}
arid {adj} /ˈæ.ɹɪd/ (very dry)  :: árido
aridity {n} (long term lack of rainfall or moisture)  :: aridez {f}
aridness {n} (aridity) SEE: aridity  ::
Ariel {prop} (moon of Uranus)  :: Ariel
Aries {n} (Someone with an Aries star sign)  :: aries {m}
Aries {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Aries
Aries {prop} /ˈɛɹiz/ (constellation)  :: Aries {m}
arigato {interj} /ˌɑɹiˈɡɑtoʊ/ (“thank you”, used in the context of, or to evoke, Japanese culture)  :: arigató
aril {n} (meat surrounding seed)  :: arilo {m}
arillus {n} (aril) SEE: aril  ::
arise {v} /əˈɹaɪz/ (get up, stand up)  :: surgir, levantarse
arise {v} (start to exist, originate)  :: surgir, provenir, aparecer, nacer
Aristarch {n} /ˈæɹɪstɑːk/ (severe critic)  :: aristarco
aristocracy {n} /ˌæ.ɹɪˈstɒk.ɹə.si/ (the nobility or the hereditary ruling class)  :: aristocracia {f}
aristocracy {n} (class of people considered superior to others)  :: aristocracia {f}
aristocracy {n} (government by such a class)  :: aristocracia {f}
aristocrat {n} /əˈɹɪstəkɹæt/ (one of the aristocracy)  :: aristócrata {m}
aristocratic {adj} /ˌæɹɪstəˈkɹætɪk/ (of or pertaining to an aristocracy)  :: aristocrático
aristocratic {adj} (partaking of aristocracy; befitting aristocracy)  :: aristocrático
aristocratical {adj} (aristocratic) SEE: aristocratic  ::
aristocratically {adv} (in an aristocratic manner)  :: aristocráticamente
Aristophanes {prop} /æɹɪsˈtɒfəniːz/ (Aristophanes)  :: Aristófanes
Aristophanic {adj} (Aristophanean) SEE: Aristophanean  ::
Aristotelian {adj} (of or pertaining to the philosophy taught by Aristotle)  :: aristotélico
Aristotelian {n} (disciple of Aristotle)  :: aristotélico {m}
Aristotle {prop} (ancient Greek philosopher)  :: Aristóteles {m}
Aristotle's lantern {n} (jaws of sea urchins)  :: linterna de Aristóteles {f}
arithmetic {adj} (arithmetical)  :: aritmético
arithmetic {n} /əˈɹɪθmətɪk/ (mathematics of numbers, etc.)  :: aritmética {f}
arithmetical {adj} (arithmetic) SEE: arithmetic  ::
arithmetic mean {n} (measure of central tendency)  :: media aritmética {f}
arithmetic spiral {n} (Archimedean spiral) SEE: Archimedean spiral  ::
Arizona {prop} /ˌæɹɪˈzoʊnə/ (a state of the United States of America)  :: Arizona {f}
ark {n} (consecrated container)  :: arca {f}
ark {n} /ɑɹk/ (Noah's ship)  :: arca {f}
Arkansas {prop} /ˈɑɹ.kən.sɔ/ (US state)  :: Arkansas {m}
Arkhangelsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Arjánguelsk {m}
Ark of the Covenant {prop} (the sacred container, a gold-plated wooden chest)  :: arca de la Alianza {f}, arca del pacto {f}
arksutite {n} (chiolite) SEE: chiolite  ::
arm {n} (baseball: pitcher) SEE: pitcher  ::
arm {n} /ɑɹm/ (upper appendage from shoulder to wrist)  :: brazo {m}
arm {n} (part of a chromosome)  :: brazo
arm {n} (upper limb from shoulder to elbow) SEE: upper arm  ::
arm {n} (weapon)  :: arma {f}
arm {v} (to supply with armour or weapons)  :: armar
armada {n} /ɑːɹˈmɑːdə/ (a fleet of warships)  :: armada {f}, flota {f}
armadillo {n} /ɑɹməˈdɪloʊ/ (burrowing mammal covered with bony, jointed, protective plates)  :: armadillo {m} [Colombian and Mexican standard usage, Ecuador, Panama], armado {m} [Guatemala], cachicamo {m} [Colombian Llanos, Venezuela], carachupa {f} [Peru], cusuco {m} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua], gurre {m} [Colombia, especially rural usage], mulita {f} [Argentina], pitero {m} [Honduras, Nicaragua], quirquincho {m} [Bolivia, Chile, Western Argentina], tatú {m} [Eastern Bolivia, Northeastern Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay], toche {m} [Southern Mexico]
Armageddon {prop} (site of a prophesied final battle between the forces of good and evil)  :: Armagedón {m}
armalcolite {n} (an orthorhombic mineral first discovered on the Moon)  :: armalcolita {f}
armament {n} (all small arms collectively)  :: armamento {m}
armchair {n} /ˌɑː(ɹ)mˈtʃeə(ɹ)/ (a chair with supports for the arms or elbows)  :: sillón {m}
armchair hawk {n} (armchair general) SEE: armchair general  ::
armed {adj} /ɑɹmd/ (equipped, especially with a weapon)  :: armado
armed forces {n} (the military forces of a nation)  :: fuerzas armadas {f-p}
armed robbery {n} (an instance of robbery where the participants are armed)  :: robo a mano armada {m}
Armenia {prop} /ɑɹˈə/ (ancient kingdom and country in West Asia)  :: Armenia {f}
Armenian {adj} /ɑːɹˈmiːni.ən/ (of, from, or pertaining to Armenia, Armenians, the language or alphabet)  :: armenio
Armenian {n} (person)  :: armenio {m}, armenia {f}
Armenian {prop} (language)  :: armenio {m}
Armenian Highland {prop} (plateau in Transcaucasia)  :: Altiplano Armenio {m}
Armenian SSR {prop} (Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, see also: Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic)  :: RSS de Armenia
Armenology {n} (Armenian studies) SEE: Armenian studies  ::
armful {n} (amount an arm or arms can hold)  :: brazado {m}
armhole {n} (hole in a piece of clothing)  :: sisa {f}
armhole {n} /ˈɑɹmˌhoʊl/ (armpit) SEE: armpit  ::
armiger {n} /ˈɑːɹmɪdʒəɹ/ (squire carrying the armour of a knight.)  :: armígero {m}
armigerous {adj} /ɑɹˈmɪ.dʒɚ.əs/ (Entitled to bear a coat of arms)  :: blasonado, hidalgo
armillaria {n} (honey fungus) SEE: honey fungus  ::
armillary sphere {n} (instrument consisting of graduated metal circles)  :: esfera armilar {f}
Arminianism {n} (a school of thought within Protestantism founded by Jacobus Arminius)  :: arminianismo {m}
arminianist {n} (Arminian) SEE: Arminian  ::
armistice {n} (formal agreement to end fighting)  :: armisticio {m}
armor {n} /ˈɑːɹ.mɚ/ (protective layer over a body, vehicle, or other object intended to deflect or diffuse damaging forces)  :: armadura {f}, blindaje {m}
armor {n} (natural form of this kind of protection on an animal's body)  :: coraza {f}
armor {n} (tank) SEE: tank  ::
armorbearer {n} (armourbearer) SEE: armourbearer  ::
armored {adj} (clad or equipped with arms or armor)  :: blindado, acorazado
armorer {n} (manufacturer of weapons)  :: armero {m}
Armoric {adj} (Armorican) SEE: Armorican  ::
armor-piercing {adj} (antiarmor) SEE: antiarmor  ::
armory {n} (armory) SEE: armoury  ::
armour {n} /ˈɑːɹ.mɚ/ (protective layer over a body, vehicle etc.)  :: armadura {f}, blindaje {m}
armour {n} (natural protection on an animal's body)  :: coraza {f}
armour {n} (tank) SEE: tank  ::
armoured {v} (Possessing armour)  :: blindado
armoured car {n} (armoured truck) SEE: armoured truck  ::
armoured train {n} (a railway train protected with armour)  :: tren blindado
armoured truck {n} (armoured car) SEE: armoured car  ::
armoury {n} (place where arms are kept, an arsenal)  :: armería {f}
armpit {n} /ˈɑɹmˌpɪt/ (cavity beneath the junction of the arm and shoulder)  :: axila {f}, sobaco {m}
armrest {n} (part of a seat)  :: brazo {m}
armsaye {n} (armhole) SEE: armhole  ::
arms race {n} (a competition for military supremacy)  :: carrera de armamentos {f}
arm to the teeth {v} (to equip with weapons)  :: armar hasta los dientes
arm up {v} (arm) SEE: arm  ::
arm-wrestle {v} (arm wrestling) SEE: arm wrestling  ::
arm-wrestle {v} (to compete in an arm-wrestle)  :: pulsear, echar un pulso, echar un fuerzitas
arm-wrestler {n} (someone who arm-wrestles)  :: pulseador {m}, pulseadora {f}
arm wrestling {n} /ˈɑɹm ˌɹɛs.lɪŋ/ (a sport)  :: pulso {m}, fuerzitas {m}, pulseada {f}
army {n} (any multitude)  :: multitud {f}
army {n}  :: ejército {m}, armada {f}
army {n} /ˈɑː.miː/ (military force concerned mainly with ground operations)  :: ejército {m}
Arnhem Land {prop} (region in the Northern Territory, Australia)  :: Tierra de Arnhem {f}
arnica {n} (plants of genus Arnica)  :: árnica {f}
Arnold {prop} (male given name)  :: Arnaldo
Arnold-Chiari malformation {n} (Chiari malformation) SEE: Chiari malformation  ::
arolla {n} (stone pine) SEE: stone pine  ::
Arolla pine {n} (Pinus cembra) SEE: Swiss pine  ::
a rolling stone gathers no moss {proverb} (proverb)  :: piedra que rueda no prende musgo, piedra que rueda no cría moho, piedra movediza nunca moho la cobija, hombre de muchos oficios pobre seguro, el que viaja no produce pero sí gasta
aroma {n} /əˈɹoʊmə/ (a pleasant smell)  :: aroma {f}
Aromanian {prop} (language)  :: arumano {m}, arrumano {m}
aromatherapy {n} (type of therapy)  :: aromaterapia {f}
aromatic {adj} /æ.ɹəˈmæt.ɪk/ (fragrant or spicy)  :: aromático
aromatic {adj} (in organic chemistry)  :: aromático
aromaticalness {n} (aromaticity) SEE: aromaticity  ::
aromaticity {n} (organic chemistry: property of having at least one conjugated ring)  :: aromaticidad {f}
aromaticness {n} (aromaticity) SEE: aromaticity  ::
around {adj}  :: alrededor
around {adv} (nearby, in the area)  :: por acá
around {prep} (at various places in)  :: por
around {prep} /əˈɹæwnd/ (defining a circle or closed curve containing)  :: alrededor de
around {prep} (following a path)  :: alrededor de
around {prep} (following the perimeter of a specified area and returning to the starting point)  :: alrededor de
around {prep} (near)  :: a eso de, cerca de, cerca de
around the corner {adj} (imminent; very soon)  :: a la vuelta de la esquina
arousal {n} /əˈɹaʊzəl/ (sexual arousal)  :: excitación {f}
arouse {v} /əˈɹaʊz/ (to sexually stimulate)  :: excitar
arouse {v} (to awaken)  :: despertar
arpeggio {n} /ɑɹˈpɛ.dʒi.oʊ/ (notes of a chord played individually)  :: arpegio {m}
arquebus {n} (firearm) SEE: harquebus  ::
arracacha {n} (Arracacia xanthorrhiza, a South American root vegetable)  :: racacha {f}, arrecate, arracacha {f} [Colombia, Peru], arracache {m} [Costa Rica], apio criollo {m} [Venezuela], apio {m} [Venezuela], virraca {f} [Peru], zanahoria blanca {f} [Ecuador]
arraign {v} /əˈɹeɪn/ (charge someone in a court of law)  :: hacer comparecer
arraignment {n} (charging of a defendant)  :: acusación {f}, orden de comparecencia {f}
arrange {v} /əˈɹeɪndʒ/ (to set up, organise)  :: disponer
arrange {v} (to put in order)  :: poner en orden, arreglar
arrangement {n} (agreement)  :: arreglo {m}, acuerdo {m}
arrangement {n} /əˈɹeɪnd͡ʒmənt/ (act of arranging)  :: arreglo
arrangement {n} (manner of being arranged)  :: disposición {f}
arrangement {n} (music: adaptation of a piece of music)  :: arreglo {m}
arrangement {n} (plural: preparations for some undertaking)  :: preparativos {m-p}, planes {m-p}
arrant {adj} /ˈæɹənt/ (errant) SEE: errant  ::
array {n} (any of various data structures)  :: vector {m}, arreglo {m}
array {n} /əˈɹeɪ/ (clothing/ornamentation)  :: atavío {m}, galas {m-p}
array {n} (large collection)  :: gama
array {v} (to clothe, ornament)  :: arreglar
arrear {n} /əˈɹɪə/ (unpaid debt)  :: deuda vencida {f}
arrest {n} (act of arresting a criminal, suspect etc)  :: arresto {m}
arrest {n} (confinement, as after an arrest)  :: detenido {m}
arrest {n} /əˈɹɛst/ (condition of being stopped)  :: paro
arrest {v}  :: arrestar, coger, detener, prender
arrest {v} (to seize attention of)  :: llamativo {m}
arrest {v} (to stop (a process etc.))  :: parar
arrest {v} (to take into legal custody)  :: detener
arrest warrant {n} (a document authorizing an arrest)  :: orden de arresto {f}
Arretine {adj} /ˈæɹɪtaɪn/ (of, from or pertaining to Arezzo, Italy)  :: aretino
arrhythmia {n} /eɪˈɹɪðmɪə/ (irregular heartbeat)  :: arritmia {f}
arrhythmic {adj} (suffering from cardiac arrhythmia)  :: arrítmico
arrhythmic {adj} (without rhythm)  :: arrítmico
arrival {n} /əˈɹaɪ.vəl/ (act of arriving or something that has arrived)  :: llegada {f}, venida {f}, arribo {m}
arrive {v} /əˈɹaɪv/ (to reach)  :: llegar
arrive {v} (to get to a certain place)  :: llegar, arribar
arrive {v} (to obtain a level of success or fame)  :: lograr, triunfar, tener éxito
arriviste {n} /ˌæ.ɹɪˈviːst/ (upstart) SEE: upstart  ::
arrogance {n} /ˈæɹ.ɵ.ɡəns/ (act or habit of arrogating, or making undue claims in an overbearing manner)  :: arrogancia {f}, soberbia {f}, altanería {f}, altivez {f}
arrogant {adj} /ˈæɹəɡənt/ (having excessive pride)  :: arrogante, soberbio, altivo, altanero, creído, presumido
arrogantly {adv} (in an arrogant manner)  :: arrogantemente
arrogate {v} (to appropriate or lay claim to something without right)  :: arrogarse
arrow {n} /ˈæɹ.oʊ/ (projectile)  :: flecha {f}
arrow {n} (in graph theory) SEE: directed edge  ::
arrow {n} (symbol)  :: flecha {f}
arrow arum {n} (tuckahoe) SEE: tuckahoe  ::
arrowhead {n} (the pointed part of an arrow)  :: punta de flecha {f}
arrowroot {n} (large perennial herb)  :: maranta {f}, sagú {m}, guapo {m}, planta obediente {f}
arrowroot {n} (starchy substance)  :: almidón de maranta, almidón de sagú, almidón de guapo, almidón de planta obediente
arroyo {n} (any water course)  :: arroyo {m}
arroyo {n} /əˈɹɔɪ.oʊ/ (creek which only seasonally flows)  :: arroyo {m}
arse {n} /ɑːs/ (arse) SEE: ass  ::
arsehole {n} (inconsiderate or mean-spirited person)  :: gilipollas
arsenal {n} /ˈɑː(ɹ)sənəl/ (military establishment)  :: arsenal {m}
arsenal {n} (store or supply of anything)  :: arsenal {m}
arsenate {n} (salt or ester of arsenic acid)  :: arseniato {m}
arsenic {n} (arsenic trioxide)  :: trióxido de arsénico {m}
arsenic {n} /ˈɑɹsənɪk/ (chemical element)  :: arsénico {m}
arsenicosis {n} (arsenicism) SEE: arsenicism  ::
arsenic trioxide {n} (an oxide of arsenic)  :: trióxido de arsénico {m}
arsenide {n} (arsenide ion)  :: arseniuro {m}
arsenide {n} (compound with arsenic in oxidation state -3)  :: arseniuro {m}
arsenopyrite {n} (a silvery-grey ore of arsenic)  :: arsenopirita {f}
arsesmart {n} /ˈɑːsmɑːt/ (hydropiper) SEE: hydropiper  ::
arsewipe {n} (toilet paper) SEE: asswipe  ::
arsewipe {n} (useless or annoying person) SEE: asswipe  ::
ars gratia artis {n} (art for art's sake) SEE: art for art's sake  ::
arsine {n}  :: arsina {f}
arson {n} /ˈɑɹsən/ (crime of setting a fire)  :: incendio provocado {m}, incendio premeditado {m}
arsonist {n} (one who has committed the act of arson, or illegally setting fire to property)  :: incendiario {m}, pirómano {m}
arsonphobia {n} (pyrophobia) SEE: pyrophobia  ::
arsonry {n} (arson) SEE: arson  ::
art {n} (artwork)  :: arte {m}
art {n} (conscious production or arrangement)  :: arte {m}
art {n} (skillful creative activity)  :: arte {m}
art {n} (study)  :: arte {m}
art {n} /ɑɹt/ (human effort)  :: arte {m}
art dealer {n} (someone who buys and sells works of art)  :: marchante de arte {m} {f}, marchante {m} {f}
Art Deco {prop} (style of decorative art and architecture)  :: art decó {m}
arête {n} /əˈɹɛt/ (a thin ridge of rock)  :: arista {f}
arteether {n} (artemotil) SEE: artemotil  ::
artefact {n} (artefact) SEE: artifact  ::
artemia {n} (brine shrimp) SEE: brine shrimp  ::
Artemis {prop} /ˈɑɹtəmɪs/ (Greek goddess)  :: Artemisa {f}, Ártemis {f}
Arte Povera {prop} /ˌɑɹteɪ ˈpoʊvəɹə/ (Italian modern art movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s)  :: arte povera {f}, arte pobre {m} {f}
arterial {adj} (relating to an artery)  :: arterial
arterial road {n} (A major thoroughfare)  :: calle arterial {f}
arteriography {n} (radiography of an artery) SEE: angiography  ::
arteriosclerosis {n} /ˌɑɹˌtiɹioʊsklɚˈoʊsəs/ (hardening, narrowing or loss of elasticity in arteries or blood vessel)  :: arteriosclerosis {f}
arteritis {n} (inflammation of artery walls)  :: arteritis {f}
artery {n} (major transit corridor)  :: carretera principal {f}; arteria {f}
artery {n} /ˈɑɹ.təɹɪ/ (blood vessel from the heart)  :: arteria {f}
artesian well {n} (aquifer)  :: pozo artesiano {m}
art for art's sake {n} (art, slogan)  :: el arte por el arte, arte por el arte
artful {adj} (cunning, crafty)  :: astuto, taimado, ladino, artero
artful {adj} (dexterous, skillful)  :: habiloso, hábil
artful {adj} /ˈɑːɹt.fʊl/ (performed with art or skill)  :: diestro, ingenioso
art gallery {n} (space where works of art are placed on display)  :: galería de arte {f}
art historian {n} (an expert in art history)  :: historiador del arte {m}, historiadora del arte {f}
arthritic {adj} /ɑː(ɹ)θˈɹɪtɪk/ (affected by arthritis)  :: artrítico {m}
arthritis {n} /ɑː(ɹ)θˈɹaɪtɪs/ (inflammation of a joint)  :: artritis {f}
arthrodic {adj} (arthrodial) SEE: arthrodial  ::
arthrography {n} (arthrogram) SEE: arthrogram  ::
arthroplasty {n} (surgical repair of a joint)  :: artroplastia {f}
arthropod {n} (animal of Arthropoda)  :: artrópodo {m}
arthropodan {adj} (arthropodal) SEE: arthropodal  ::
arthropodean {adj} /ˌɑːθɹəpɒˈdiːən/ (arthropodal) SEE: arthropodal  ::
Arthur {prop} /ˈɑɹθɚ/ (male given name)  :: Arturo
artichoke {n} /ˈɑɹ.tɪˌtʃəʊk/ (Vegetable)  :: alcachofa {f}, alcaucil {m} [Argentina, Southern Spain], alcacil {m} [Southeastern Spain]
artichoke bottom {n} (edible fleshy receptacle at the bottom of an artichoke flower)  :: fondo de alcachofa {m}
article {n}  :: artículo {m}, objecto {m}
article {n} (object) SEE: object  ::
article {n} (part of speech that specifies a noun)  :: artículo {m}
article {n} (section of a legal document)  :: artículo {m}
article {n} /ˈɑɹtəkl̩/ (story, report, or opinion piece)  :: artículo {m}
articles of incorporation {n} (articles of association) SEE: articles of association  ::
articles of organization {n} (articles of association) SEE: articles of association  ::
articulacy {n} (articulateness) SEE: articulateness  ::
articular {adj} (of, at, or relating to the joints of the body)  :: articular
articulate {adj} (able to bend or hinge at certain points or intervals)  :: articulado {m}
articulate {adj} (speaking in a clear or effective manner)  :: elocuente
articulate {adj} /ɑːɹˈtɪk.jə.lət/ (clear, effective)  :: claro
articulate {v} (anatomy: to form a joint)  :: articularse
articulate {v} /ɑːɹˈtɪk.jə.leɪt/ (to speak clearly)  :: articular, vocalizar
articulated bus {n} (articulated bus)  :: autobús articulado {m}
articulated lorry {n} (truck and trailer)  :: camión articulado {m} [Spain], camión con acoplado {m} [Argentina, Chile], camión con zorra {m} [Uruguay], camión tráiler {m} [Puerto Rico], gandola {f} [Venezuela], tractomula {f} [Colombia, Ecuador], tráiler {m} [Mexico, Spain], vagoneta {f} [Costa Rica]
articulately {adv} (in an articulate manner)  :: articuladamente
articulateness {n} (quality of being articulate)  :: elocuencia {f}; fluidez {f}
articulatory {adj} (of or pertaining to articulation; phonological)  :: articulatorio
artifact {n} (archaeological object)  :: artefacto {m}
artifact {n} (artificial feature)  :: artefacto {m}
artifact {n} /ˈɑɹɾɪfækt]/ (man-made object)  :: artefacto {m}
artifact {n} (something viewed as a product of human conception)  :: artefacto
artifactitious {adj} (artefactual) SEE: artefactual  ::
artifice {n} (crafty but underhanded deception)  :: artificio {m}
artificer {n} (artisan) SEE: artisan  ::
artificer {n} (inventor) SEE: inventor  ::
artificer {n} (member of the military who specializes in manufacturing and repairing weapon systems)  :: armero {m}, artificiero {m}
artificer {n} (savant) SEE: savant  ::
artificer {n} (trickster) SEE: trickster  ::
artificial {adj} (false, misleading)  :: artificial
artificial {adj} /ɑː(ɹ)təˈfɪʃəl/ (man-made)  :: artificial
artificial {adj} (unnatural)  :: artificial
artificial ice {n} (synthetic ice) SEE: synthetic ice  ::
artificial insemination {n} (introduction of semen)  :: inseminación artificial {f}
artificial intelligence {n} (branch of computer science)  :: inteligencia artificial
artificial intelligence {n} (intelligence exhibited by an artificial entity)  :: inteligencia artificial
artificial intelligence {n} (quality of a machine)  :: inteligencia artificial {f}
artificially {adv} (in an artificial manner)  :: artificialmente
artificialness {n} (artificiality) SEE: artificiality  ::
artificial person {n} (legal person) SEE: legal person  ::
artificial sweetener {n} (sugar substitute) SEE: sugar substitute  ::
artificial tears {n} (lubricant eyedrops)  :: lágrima artificial {f}
artillerist {n} (artilleryman) SEE: artilleryman  ::
artillery {n} (army unit)  :: artillería {f}
artillery {n} /ɑɹˈtɪləɹi/ (weapon)  :: artillería {f}
artilleryman {n} (soldier enlisted in an artillery unit)  :: artillero {m}
Artinskian {prop}  :: Artinskiense
artisan {n} /ˈɑɹtɪzən/ (skilled manual worker)  :: artesano
artisanally {adv} (in an artisanal manner)  :: artesanalmente
artist {n} (person who creates art as an occupation)  :: artista {m} {f}
artist {n} (skilled person)  :: artista {m} {f}
artist {n} /ˈɑɹ.ɾɪst/ (person who creates art)  :: artista {m} {f}
artistic {adj} (aesthetically pleasing)  :: artístico {m}
artistic {adj} (having creative skill)  :: artístico {m}
artistic {adj} (relating to art or artists)  :: artístico {m}
artistical {adj} (artistic) SEE: artistic  ::
artistically {adv} (In an artistic manner)  :: artísticamente
artistic licence {n} (any departure from fact or convention by an artist)  :: licencia artística {f}
artless {adj} (natural)  :: natural
artless {adj} /ˈɑɹt.lɪs/ (without guile or cunning)  :: cándido
artlessness {n} (innocence)  :: inocencia {f}
artlessness {n} (the state of being artless)  :: ingenuidad {f}, candidez {f}
artmaker {n} (artist) SEE: artist  ::
art of war {n} (strategies and tactics)  :: arte de la guerra {f}
Artsakh Republic {prop} (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic) SEE: Nagorno-Karabakh Republic  ::
arts and crafts {n} (handicrafts)  :: manualidades {f-p}
artwise {adv} (artistically) SEE: artistically  ::
artwork {n} (piece of creative work)  :: obra de arte {f}
arty {adj} (pretending to artistic worth)  :: pretenciosamente artístico
Aruba {prop} /ˈæ.ɹuː.bə/ (territory in the Caribbean)  :: Aruba
Aruban {adj} (of or pertaining to Aruba)  :: arubano {m}
Aruban {n} (person from Aruba)  :: arubano {m}
Arubian {n} (Aruban) SEE: Aruban  ::
arugula {n} /əˈɹuɡələ/ (herb)  :: rúcula {f}, oruga {f}, roqueta {f}, jaramago {m}, ruca {f}
Aruküla {prop} (small borough in Estonia)  :: Aruküla
arum lily {n}  :: aro {m}
Arunachal Pradesh {prop} /ˌɑːɹəˌnɑːtʃəl pɹəˈdɛʃ/ (Arunachal Pradesh)  :: Arunachal Pradesh
arvicole {n} (fieldmouse) SEE: fieldmouse  ::
Aryan {adj} (pertaining to the (alleged) Aryan master race)  :: ario
Aryan {n} /ˈɛəɹi.ən/ (in Nazism: a member of an alleged master race comprised of non-Jewish Caucasians)  :: ario {m}
Aryan {n} (used primarily by neo-Nazis: a white)  :: ario
aryballos {n} (small flask used, in Ancient Greece, to contain perfume or oil)  :: aribalo {m}
aryl {n} (univalent organic radical derived from an aromatic hydrocarbon)  :: arilo {m}
aryloxide {n} (phenoxide) SEE: phenoxide  ::
as {adv} /æz/ (to such an extent or degree)  :: tan
as {adv} (for example) SEE: for example  ::
as {conj} (as if) SEE: as if  ::
as {conj} (at the same instant that)  :: cuando
as {conj} (at the same time that)  :: mientras
as {conj}  :: como, igual deque ; al tiempo que
as {conj} (considering that, because)  :: como, ya que, debido a que, [only followed by infinitive form] por
as {conj} (expressing concession) SEE: though  ::
as {conj} (in the same way that)  :: como
as {conj} (relative conjunction) SEE: that  ::
as {conj} (than) SEE: than  ::
as {conj} (varying through time to the same proportion that)  :: a medida que, conforme
as {n} /ˈæs/ (Roman coin)  :: as {m}
as {prep} (In the role of)  :: como
as {prep} (Introducing a basis of comparison)  :: como
as a matter of fact {adv} (actually)  :: por cierto
ASAP {adv} /ˌeɪ.ɛs.eɪˈpi/ (as soon as possible)  :: lo mas rapido posible, lo antes posible, cuanto antes
as a result {conj} (consequently)  :: en consecuencia
as a rule {adv} (in general; most often)  :: por regla general, normalmente
as a whole {prep} (considered all together)  :: en conjunto
asbestos {n} /æs.ˈbɛs.tɒs/ (any of several fibrous mineral forms of magnesium silicate)  :: asbesto {m}, amianto {m}
asbestosis {n} /ˈæs.bɛsˌtəʊ.sɪs/ (lung disease caused by exposure to asbestos)  :: asbestosis {f}
ascaridole {n} (tricyclic monoterpene peroxide)  :: ascaridol {m}
ascend {v} (to fly, to soar)  :: subir, ascender
ascend {v} (to go up)  :: subir, ascender
ascend {v} (to slope in an upward direction)  :: ascender, subir
ascend {v} (to succeed)  :: ascender, subir
ascendancy {n} (supremacy; superiority; dominant control)  :: ascendiente {m}, predominio {m}, influencia {f}, ascendencia {f}
ascension {n} (the act of ascending)  :: ascensión {f}
Ascension {prop} (holiday celebrating Ascension of Jesus) SEE: Ascension Day  ::
Ascension {prop} (Jesus' rise to heaven)  :: Ascensión {f}
Ascension Day {prop} (the fortieth day of Easter)  :: Ascensión {f}
ascent {n} (degree of elevation of an object, or the angle it makes with a horizontal line)  :: elevación {f}
ascent {n} (eminence, hill, or high place)  :: elevación {f}
ascent {n} /əˈsɛnt/ (act of ascending; motion upwards)  :: ascenso {m}
ascertain {v} /æsɚˈteɪn/ (find out; discover or establish)  :: averiguar, determinar, establecer, definir
ascertainable {adj} (able to be ascertained)  :: averiguable; determinable
ascetic {adj} /əˈsɛtɪk/ (related to Ascetics)  :: ascético
ascetic {n} (devotee to the practice of self-denial)  :: asceta {m} {f}
asceticism {n} /əˈsɛt.əˌsɪz.əm/ (the principles and practices of an ascetic)  :: ascetismo {m}, ascética {f}
Asclepius {prop} /əˈskliːpi.əs/ (Greek god of medicine and healing)  :: Asclepio
ascocarp {n} (the sporocarp of an ascomycete)  :: ascocarpo {m}
Ascoli Piceno {prop}  :: Ascoli Piceno
ascomycete {n} (fungus of the phylum Ascomycota)  :: ascomiceto {m}
ascorbate {n} (salt or ester of ascorbic acid)  :: ascorbato {m}
ascorbic {adj} (of or pertaining to ascorbic acid)  :: ascórbico
ascorbic acid {n} (the white crystalline organic compound, C6H8O6)  :: ácido ascórbico {m}
ascribable {adj} (able to be ascribed)  :: atribuible; imputable
ascribe {v} (attribute a book, etc)  :: atribuir, adscribir
ascribe {v} /əˈskɹaɪb/ (attribute a cause or characteristic)  :: imputar, atribuir, adscribir
ASEAN {prop} (Association of Southeast Asian Nations)  :: ANSA, Asociación de Naciones del Sudeste Asiático
aseptic {adj} /əˈsɛptɪk/ (free of microbes)  :: aséptico
asexual {adj} /eɪˈsɛkʃuəl/  :: asexual
asexuality {n} (state of not experiencing sexual attraction)  :: asexualidad {f}
asexually {adv} (in an asexual manner; without having sex)  :: asexualmente
as far as one knows {adv} (to the best of my knowledge)  :: que yo sepa, por lo que sepa
as follows {adv} (in the manner described hereafter)  :: como sigue, de la siguiente manera, así
as for {prep} (regarding; about)  :: en cuanto a, respecto a, para
ash {n} /ˈæʃ/ (solid remains of a fire)  :: ceniza {f}
ash {n} (tree) SEE: ash tree  ::
ash {n} (wood)  :: fresno {m}
ashamed {adj} /əˈʃeɪmd/ (feeling shame or guilt)  :: avergonzado, abochornado, apenado
ashen {adj} /ˈæʃ.ɪn/ (ash-colored; pale)  :: ceniciento, lívido, pálido
Asher {prop} (eighth son of Jacob)  :: Aser
Ashgabat {prop} (the capital of Turkmenistan)  :: Asjabad
ash gourd {n} (fuzzy melon fruit) SEE: winter melon  ::
ash gourd {n} (vine) SEE: winter melon  ::
Ashkelon {prop} (city in Israel)  :: Ascalón {m}
Ashkenazi {adj} /ˌaʃkəˈnazi]/ (of, or relating to Jews from Germany or Eastern Europe)  :: asquenazí, askenazí
Ashkenazic {adj} (of relating to the Ashkenazi)  :: askenazi
ashlar {n} /ˈæʃlə/ (a large square stone)  :: sillar
Ashoka {prop} /əˈʃoʊkə/ (ancient Indian emperor)  :: Aśoka {m}
ashore {adv} /əˈʃɔɹ/ (on the land)  :: en tierra
ashtray {n} /ˈæʃtɹeɪ/ (receptacle for ashes)  :: cenicero {m}
ash tree {n} (Fraxinus tree)  :: fresno {m}
Ash Wednesday {n} (a Christian day of penitence)  :: miércoles de Ceniza {m}
Asia {prop} /ˈeɪʒə/ (the continent of Asia)  :: Asia {f}
Asia Minor {prop} (peninsula between the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea;)  :: Asia Menor {f}
Asian {adj} (of, relating to or from Asia)  :: asiático {m}
Asian {n} /ˈeɪʒən/ (person from Asia)  :: asiático {m}, asiática {f}
Asian {n} (person from or descended from people from east Asia)  :: oriental {mf}
Asian {n} (person from or descended from people from the Indian sub-continent)  :: hindú {mf}, indio {m}
Asian elephant {n} (an elephant, Elephas maximus, found in Asia)  :: elefante asiático {m}
Asian Games {prop} (sport event)  :: Juegos Asiáticos {m-p}
Asian lion {n} /ˈeɪʒən ˈlaɪən/ (species of lion that inhabited Asia)  :: león de Asia {m}
Asia-Pacific {prop} (part of the world in or near the western Pacific Ocean)  :: Asia-Pacífico
Asiatic golden cat {n} (cat)  :: gato dorado asiático {m}, gato dorado de Temminck {m}
aside {adv} /əˈsaɪd/ (to or on one side)  :: aparte, a un lado
aside {n} ((theatre) a brief comment by a character addressing the audience, unheard by other characters)  :: aparte {m}
as if {conj} (as though)  :: como si (+ imperfect subjunctive)
as if {conj} (in mimicry of)  :: como si (+ imperfect subjunctive)
as if {interj} (interjection)  :: ¡cómo no!, ¡sí cómo no!
asinine {adj} /ˈæs.ɪ.naɪn/ (failing to exercise intelligence or judgment)  :: estúpido
asinine {adj} (of or relating to a donkey)  :: asnal
as is {adj} /æzˈɪz/ ((of an object) in its present state or condition)  :: tal cual
ask {v} /ˈæsk/ (request an answer)  :: preguntar
ask {v} (make a request)  :: pedir, requerir
askance {adv} /əˈskæns/ (of look: with disapproval)  :: con recelo
askance {adv} (sideways, obliquely)  :: de reojo
askew {adj} /əˈskjuː/ (turned or twisted to one side)  :: torcido, oblicuo {m}
ask for {v} (request)  :: pedir
ask out {v} (invite)  :: invitar a salir
aslake {v} (to mitigate)  :: mitigar
aslant {adj} (slanting) SEE: slanted  ::
asleep {adj} (in a state of sleep)  :: dormido
as long as {conj} (if, assuming)  :: siempre y cuando
as long as {conj} (while)  :: mientras que, siempre y cuando
Asmara {prop} /æsˈmɑːɹə/ (capital of Eritrea)  :: Asmara
as much as possible {adv} (as much as is possible)  :: todo lo posible
asocial {adj} /eɪˈsəʊʃ(ə)l/ (antisocial) SEE: antisocial  ::
as of {prep} (from a specified time)  :: desde, a partir de
Asoka {prop} (Ashoka) SEE: Ashoka  ::
asp {n} (aspen) SEE: aspen  ::
asp {n} (Naja haje) SEE: Egyptian cobra  ::
asp {n} (Vipera aspis)  :: áspid {m}
asp {n} (water snake) SEE: water snake  ::
asparagine {n} (nonessential amino acid C4H8N2O3)  :: asparagina {f}
asparagus {n} (asparagus shoots (food))  :: espárrago {m}
asparagus {n} /əˈspɛɹ.ə.ɡəs/ (asparagus plant)  :: espárrago {m}
aspartame {n} /əˈspɑːɹteɪm/ (the artificial sweetener)  :: aspartamo {m}
aspartate {n} (salt or ester of aspartic acid)  :: aspartato {m}
aspartic {adj} (of or pertaining to aspartic acid)  :: aspártico
aspartic acid {n} (a nonessential amino acid)  :: ácido aspártico {m}
aspect {n} /ˈæspɛkt/ (the way something appears)  :: aspecto {m}
aspect ratio {n} (the ratio of an object's longest dimension to its next-longest dimension)  :: cociente de aspecto {m}
aspen {n} (tree