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ha {interj} /hɑː/ (a representation of laughter.) :: ja
ha {interj} (an exclamation of triumph or discovery.) :: ja
Haapsalu {prop} (town) :: Haapsalu
Haarlem {prop} (city in North Holland) :: Haarlem
Habacuc {prop} (Habakkuk) SEE: Habakkuk ::
Habakkuk {prop} /həˈbæk.ək/ (book of the Bible) :: Habacuc {m}, Habacuque
Habakkuk {prop} (prophet) :: Habacuque
Habakkuk {prop} (male given name) :: Habacuque
habanera {n} (dance performed to a style of music from Cuba) :: habanera {f}
habenula {n} (mass of cells in the thalamus) :: habénula {f}
habenular {adj} (of or pertaining to a habenula) :: habenular
haberdashery {n} (a shop selling such goods) :: mercería {f}
habit {n} /ˈhæbɪt/ (an action done on a regular basis) :: costumbre {f}, hábito {m}
habit {n} (action performed repeatedly and automatically, usually without awareness) :: hábito {m}
habit {n} (long piece of clothing worn by monks and nuns) :: hábito {m}
habit {n} (piece of clothing worn uniformly for a specific activity) :: uniforme {m}
habit {n} (addiction) :: hábito {m}
habitable {adj} /ˈhæbɪtəbəl/ (where humans or other animals can live) :: habitable
habitable {adj} (inhabited) SEE: inhabited ::
habitacle {n} (a dwelling or habitation) :: habitáculo
habitat {n} /ˈhæbɪtæt/ (natural conditions in which a plant or animal lives) :: habitación {f}, habitat
habitation {n} /ˌhæb.ɪˈteɪ.ʃən/ (the act of inhabitating) :: asentamiento {m}, poblamiento {m}, ocupación {f}
habitation {n} (a place of abode) :: morada {f}, residencia {f}, casa {f}
habitué {n} (devotee) SEE: devotee ::
habitual {adj} /həˈbɪtʃuəl/ (behaving in a regular manner, as a habit) :: habitual
habitual {adj} (recurring, or that is performed over and over again) :: habitual
habitual {adj} (being regular or usual) :: habitual
habitually {adv} (occurring regularly or usually) :: habitualmente
habituation {n} (act of habituating, or accustoming) :: habituación {f}
Habsburg {n} /ˈhæps.bɜːɹɡ/ (a member of the Habsburg noble family) :: Habsburgo
hacienda {n} /ˌhæsiˈɛndə/ (homestead) :: hacienda {f}
hack {v} /hæk/ (to chop or cut down in a rough manner) :: cortar
hack {v} (to gain illegal access to a computer network) :: hackear
hack {v} (to gain unauthorised access to a computer or online account) :: hackear
hack {n} (taxicab driver) :: taxista {m} {f}
hack {n} (untalented writer) :: cagatintas, chupatintas, juntaletras, plumilla
hack {n} (small ball for hackeysack) :: jaca
hackamore {n} /ˈhækəmɔː/ (bridle with no bit) :: jáquima {f}
hackberry {n} (plant) :: almez {m}, ramón {m}, tala {f}
hackberry {n} (fruit) :: almeza {f}, latón {m}
hacker {n} /hækə(ɹ)/ (one who uses a computer to gain unauthorized access to data) :: hácker {m}, hacker {m}
hackle {n} /ˈhækəl/ (an instrument with pins) :: rastrillo {m}
hackneyed {adj} /ˈhækniːd/ (repeated too often) :: gastado, trillado
hacksaw {n} (saw) :: sierra de arco {f}, sierra para metales {f}
hadada ibis {n} (Bostrychia hagedash) :: ibis hadada {m}
hadal {adj} /ˈheɪdəl/ (of the deepest parts of the ocean) :: hadal
haddock {n} /ˈhædək/ (marine fish) :: eglefino {m}
hadeda {n} (hadada ibis) SEE: hadada ibis ::
Hades {prop} /ˈheɪdiːz/ (from Greek mythology) :: Hades {m}
Hades {prop} (the underworld, the domain of Hades) :: Hades {m}
hadith {n} /haˈdiːθ]/ (collected sayings and actions of Muhammad) :: hadiz {m}, jadiz {m}
Hadrian {prop} (male given name) SEE: Adrian ::
Hadrian {prop} (the Roman emperor) :: Adriano
hadron {n} /ˈhæd.ɹɑn/ (particle) :: hadrón {m}
haecceity {n} /hɛkˈsiː.ə.tiː/ (essence of a particular thing) :: hecceidad {f}, haecceidad {f}
haematologist {n} (scientist who specializes in haematology) :: hematólogo {m}
haematology {n} (scientific study of blood and blood-producing organs) :: hematología {f}
haemo- {prefix} (pertaining to blood) :: hemo-
haemophilia {n} (any of several hereditary illnesses that impair the body's ability to control bleeding) :: hemofilia {f}
haemophilic {adj} (of or pertaining to haemophilia) :: hemofílico
haemorrhage {n} (hemorrhage) SEE: hemorrhage ::
haemorrhoids {n} /ˈhɛməɹɔɪdz/ (a pathological condition) :: hemorroides {f-p}, almorranas {f-p}
hafnium {n} /ˈhæfniəm/ (chemical element) :: hafnio {m}
haft {n} /hæft/ (handle) :: empuñadura {m}, asidero {m}
hag {n} /hæɡ/ (witch, sorceress, enchantress) :: bruja {f}
hag {n} (ugly old woman) :: bruja {f}
hag {n} (hagdon or shearwater) SEE: shearwater ::
Hagar {prop} /ˈheɪɡɑːɹ/ (mother of Ishmael) :: Agar
hagfish {n} (eellike fish of the family Myxinidae) :: mixino {m}
Haggai {prop} (book of The Bible) :: Hageo {m}, Ageo
haggard {adj} /ˈhæɡ.ɚd/ (looking exhausted and unwell) :: consumido, macilento, trasojado, demacrado
haggis {n} /ˈhæɡɪs/ (traditional Scottish dish) :: haggis
haggle {v} /ˈhæɡəl/ (to argue for a better deal) :: regatear
haggle {v} (to stick at small matters) :: detener en pequeñeces [pronominal]
Hagia Sophia {prop} /ˈhɑː.ɪə soʊˈfi.ə/ (a former basilica, now a museum in Turkey) :: Santa Sofía
hagio- {prefix} (pertaining to saints) :: hagio-
hagiographer {n} /ˌheɪdʒiˈɑɡɹəfəɹ/ (someone who writes the biography of a saint) :: hagiógrafo {m}
hagiography {n} /ˌhæɡiˈɒɡɹəfi/ (study of saints) :: hagiografía {f}
hagiography {n} (biography of a saint) :: hagiografía {f}
Hagåtña {prop} (capital of Guam) :: Agaña {f}
ha-ha {interj} /ˈhɑːhɑː/ (approximation of the sound of laughter) :: jajaja
haha {interj} (representation of laughter) :: jaja
Haidée {prop} (female given name) :: Haydée {f}
haiku {n} /ˈhaɪ.ku/ (Japanese poem of a specific form) :: haiku {m}, haikú {m}
hail {n} /heɪl/ (balls of ice) :: granizo {m}, pedrisco {m}
hail {v} (said when hail is falling) :: granizar
hail {v} (to greet) :: saludar
hail {v} (to call out loudly in order to gain the attention of) :: llamar
hail {interj} (greeting) :: ave
hail from {v} (to be a native of) :: ser oriundo de, proceder de
Hail Mary {n} (prayer) :: avemaría
hailstone {n} (single ball of hail) :: granizo
Hainaut {prop} (province) :: Henao {m}
hair {n} /hɛə/ (a pigmented keratinaceous growth on the human head) :: cabello {m}, pelo {m}
hair {n} (the collection or mass of filaments growing from the skin of humans and animals) :: pelo {m}
hair {n} (one of the above-mentioned filaments) :: pelo {m}
hairball {n} (wad of fur) :: bezoar {m}
hairball {n} (intractable issue) :: peludo {m}, tema peludo {m}
hair-brush {n} (a brush used in hair care) SEE: hairbrush ::
hairbrush {n} (a brush used in hair care) :: cepillo del pelo {m}
hair conditioner {n} (cosmetic product) :: acondicionador {m}, bálsamo {m}, crema de enjuague {f} [Argentina]
haircut {n} (act of cutting of hair) :: corte de pelo {m}
haircut {n} (way hair is cut) :: corte {m}
hairdo {n} /ˈhɛəˌduː/ (hairstyle) :: estilo {m}, estilo de pelo {m}, peinado {m}, corte {m}, corte de pelo {m}
hairdresser {n} (professional for haircutting or hairstyling) :: peluquero {m}, peluquera {f}
hairdresser's {n} (hairdresser’s shop) SEE: hair salon ::
hairdressing salon {n} (hairdressing salon) SEE: hair salon ::
hair dryer {n} (an electrical device used for drying hair) SEE: hairdryer ::
hairdryer {n} (electrical appliance for drying hair) :: secador {m}, secador de pelo {m}
hairiness {n} (the characteristic of being hairy) :: vellosidad {f}
hairless {adj} (bald) SEE: bald ::
hairless {adj} (destitute of hair) :: pelado {m}, desvellado {m}, calvo {m}, descuerado {m}
hairnet {n} /ˈhɛɹˌnɛt/ (net designed to keep hair up) :: redecilla {f}
hairpin {n} /ˈheɪɹpɪn/ (pin or fastener for the hair) :: horquilla {f}, pinche {m}
hair salon {n} (workplace of a beautician or barber) :: peluquería {f}, estética {f}
hair spray {n} (hairstyling product that stiffens the hair) :: laca {f}
hairstyle {n} (the style in which someone's hair has been cut and arranged) :: peinado {m}
hair stylist {n} (barber or beautician) :: estilista {f}, estéticista {f}, peluquero {m}
hairy {adj} /ˈhɛəɹi/ (of a person) :: peludo, velludo
hairy {adj} (of an animal) :: peludo, velludo
hairy {adj} (of a body part other than the head) :: peludo, velludo
haitch {n} (name of the letter H) SEE: aitch ::
Haiti {prop} /ˈheɪ.ti/ (a country in the Caribbean) :: Haití
Haitian {n} /ˈheɪ.ʃən/ (person from Haiti) :: haitiano {m}, haitiana {f}
Haitian {adj} (pertaining to the country, people, or language) :: haitiano {m}
Haitian Creole {n} (language spoken in Haiti) :: criollo haitiano {m}
hajduk {n} (outlaw, highwayman or freedom fighter in the Balkans) :: haiduc {m}, haiduqe {m}
hajib {n} (headscarf) SEE: hijab ::
hajj {n} /hɑʒ/ (pilgrimage to Mecca) :: hajj {m}
hake {n} /heɪk/ (fish) :: merluza {f}
Halacha {prop} /həˈlʌχə/ (the whole of Jewish law) :: halajá {f}
halal {adj} (fit to eat according to Muslim religious customs) :: halal
halation {n} /həˈleɪʃən/ (the action of light surrounding some object as if making a halo) :: halo {m}
halation {n} (the blurring of light around a bright area of a photographic image, or on a television screen) :: halo {m}
halberd {n} /ˈhælbəd/ (hand weapon) :: alabarda {f}
halberdier {n} (a soldier armed with a halberd) :: alabardero {m}
halcyon {n} /ˈhælsiːən/ (poetic: kingfisher) :: alcedón, alción
halcyon {n} (bird of genus Halcyon) :: martín pescador, alcedón
halcyon days {n} (halcyon days) :: días tranquilos {m-p}
half {n} /hæf/ (one of two equal parts into which anything may be divided) :: mitad {f}
half {n} (math: fraction) :: mitad {f}
half {v} (halve) SEE: halve ::
half a loaf is better than none {proverb} :: a falta de pan, buenas son tortas, a mucha hambre, no hay pan duro, a pan de quince días, hambre de tres semanas
half-baked {adj} (incomplete) :: faltarle un hervor
half-breed {n} (derogatory: person of racially mixed ancestry) :: mestizo {m}, mestiza {f}
half brother {n} /ˌhæfˈbɹʌðɚ/ (a male half-sibling) :: medio hermano {m}, hermanastro {m}
half-hearted {adj} (Not sincere; lacking full energy) :: sin gana
half-life {n} /ˈhæfˌlaɪf/ (time in physics) :: periodo de semidesintegración {m}; semivida {f}, vida media {f}
half-life {n} (chemistry: time required for concentration to fall to half) :: semivida
half-line {n} (ray) SEE: ray ::
half-moon {n} (the moon in its first or last quarter) :: medialuna {f}
half-moon {n} (anything shaped like a crescent) :: medialuna {f}
half-naked {adj} (with very few clothes on) :: semidesnudo
half nephew {n} (son of a half sibling) :: medio sobrino {m}
half past {n} ("half past one" as example of usage in other languages) :: una y media
half-plane {n} (either half of an infinite plane) :: semiplano {m}
half sister {n} (maternal/paternal half sister) :: media hermana {f}, hermanastra {f}
half time {n} (interval between halves) :: entretiempo {m}
half-truth {n} (A deceptive statement) :: verdad a medias {f}
half-uncle {n} (half-brother of one's parent) :: tiastro, medio tio
halibut {n} /ˈhæ.lɨ.bət/ (fish of genus Hippoglossus) :: fletán {m}, pez mantequilla {m}, hipogloso {m}, paltus {m}, halibut {m}
halide {n} (halogen salt) :: haluro {m}
Halifax {prop} /ˈhælɨˌfæks/ (city in England) :: Halifax {m}
Halifax {prop} (city of Canada) :: Halifax {m}
halitosis {n} /hæl.ɪˈtoʊs.ɪs/ (condition of having foul-smelling breath) :: halitosis {f}
hall {n} /hɔl/ (corridor or a hallway) :: pasillo {m}
hall {n} (meeting room) :: salón {m}
hallelujah {interj} /ˌhælɪˈl(j)uːjə/ (exclamation to praise God) :: aleluya {f}
hallelujah {interj} (general exclamation of gratitude) :: aleluya {f}
hallelujah {interj} :: aleluya {f}
hallelujah {n} (shout of Hallelujah) :: aleluya {m}
hallelujah {n} (general praise) :: felicitación {f}, congratulación {f}
Halley's Comet {prop} /ˌhæliːz ˈkɒmɪt/ (comet) :: cometa Halley {m}
hall of fame {n} (hall which honors people of great importance to some field) :: salón de gloria {m}, pasilio de gloria {m}
hallow {n} /ˈhæloʊ/ (holy person) :: santo {m}, santa {f}
hallow {v} (to sanctify) :: santificar
hallowed {adj} /ˈhæloʊd/ (consecrated; holy) :: santificado
Halloween {prop} /ˌhæləˈwiːn/ (October 31st) :: Halloween {m}
hallows {n} (plural of hallow) SEE: hallow ::
hallows {n} /ˈhæloʊz/ (relics or remains of a saint, or the shrines in which they are kept) :: relicario {m}
halloysite {n} (a clay mineral) :: halloysita {f}
hallucinate {v} (seem to perceive what is not really present) :: alucinar
hallucination {n} /həˌluːsɪˈneɪʃən/ (sensory perception of something that does not exist) :: alucinación {f}, ilusión {f}
hallucination {n} (act of hallucinating) :: alucinación {f}
hallucinogen {n} (that which causes hallucinations) :: alucinógeno {m}
hallucinogenic {adj} /həˌlusənəˈdʒɛnɪk/ (producing hallucinations) :: alucinógeno
hallucinogenic {n} (a substance that is a hallucinogen) :: alucinógeno {m}
hallux {n} (big toe) SEE: big toe ::
hallway {n} (corridor) SEE: corridor ::
halo {n} /ˈheɪloʊ/ (atmospheric phenomenon) :: halo {m}
halo {n} (luminous disc around the heads of saints) :: nimbo {m}, aureola {f}, halo {m}
halo- {prefix} /ˈhæləʊ/ (salt) :: halo-
haloalkane {n} (chemical compound) :: haloalcano
halogen {n} /ˈhæ.ləˌd͡ʒɛn/ (any element of group 17) :: halógeno {m}
halogenation {n} (the reaction of a halogen with something) :: halogenación {f}
halophyte {n} (plant) :: halófita {f}
halotherapy {n} (water therapy which makes use of salt) :: haloterapia
halt {v} (limp (walk lamely)) SEE: limp ::
halt {v} /hɔːlt/ (to stop either temporarily or permanently) :: parar
halt {v} (to cause something to stop) :: parar
halter {n} /ˈhɔltɚ/ (animal's headgear) :: cabestro {m}
halva {n} /hɑːlˈvɑː/ (confection) :: halva {m}
halve {v} /hæv/ (to reduce to half of original) :: demediar, dimidiar
halve {v} (to divide in two equal parts) :: dimidiar, demediar
ham {n} /hæm/ (region back of the knee joint) :: corva {f}
ham {n} (thigh and buttock of any animal slaughtered for meat) :: pernil {m}
ham {n} (thigh of a hog cured for food) :: jamón {m}
Ham {prop} /hæm/ (a son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem) :: Cam, Châm
hamadryad {n} /hæməˈdɹaɪæd/ (a woodnymph) :: hamadríada {f}
hamartia {n} (sin) SEE: sin ::
hamartia {n} (tragic flaw) :: hamartia {f}
Hamas {prop} (Islamic militant organization) :: Hamás {m}
hamate bone {n} (one of the wrist bones) :: hueso ganchoso {m}
Hamburg {prop} /ˈhæmbɝɡ/ (city) :: Hamburgo {m}
hamburger {n} /ˈhæmˌbɝ.ɡɚ/ (sandwich) :: hamburguesa {f}
hamiform {adj} /ˈheɪmɪfɔːm/ :: aganchado
Hamilcar {prop} (given name) :: Amílcar
ham it up {v} (performing arts: exaggerate one's emotions or movements) :: sobreactuar, dramatizar
hamlet {n} (small village) :: aldehuela {f}, caserío {m}, aldea {f}
Hamlet {prop} /ˈhæmlət/ (the main character of the play Hamlet) :: Hamlet {m}
hammam {n} (Turkish bath) SEE: Turkish bath ::
hammer {n} /ˈhæmɚ/ (tool) :: martillo {m}
hammer {n} (part of a firearm) :: percutor {m}
hammer {n} (bone of the middle ear; see also malleus) :: malleus, martillo {m}
hammer {v} (to strike repeatedly) :: martillar
hammer and sickle {n} (symbol of communism) :: hoz y martillo
hammerhead {n} (shark) :: cornudilla {f}
hammerkop {n} (Scopus umbretta) :: ave martillo {f}
hammock {n} /ˈhæmək/ (swinging couch or bed) :: hamaca {f}, hamaca paraguaya {f} [Argentina, Uruguay]
hamper {n} /ˈhæmpɚ/ (large basket) :: cesto {m}, cuévano {m}
hamper {v} (to put a hamper or fetter on; to shackle; to ensnare; to inveigle) :: estorbar, obstaculizar
hamster {n} /ˈhæm(p)stɚ/ (small, short-tailed European rodent) :: hámster {m}
Han character {n} (Chinese character) SEE: Chinese character ::
hand {v} /hænd/ (to give, pass or transmit with the hand) :: dar, pasar, entregar
hand {v} (to lead, guide, or assist with the hand) :: llevar
hand {n} (part of the fore limb) :: mano {f}
hand {n} (pointer of an analogue/analog clock) :: manecilla {f}, aguja {f}, saeta {f}
hand {n} (side; part; direction, either right or left) :: mano {f}
hand {n} (servant, laborer, workman, trained for special duty; a performer) :: obrero {m}, mano de obra {f}
hand {n} (handwriting; style of penmanship) :: letra
hand {n} (that which is, or may be, held in a hand at once) :: manotada {f}, puñado {m}
hand {n} (set of cards held by a player in a card game) :: mano {f}
hand {n} (bunch of bananas) :: cacho {m}
handbag {n} /ˈhæm.bəɡ]/ (small bag used by women) :: [Mexico] bolsa {f}, [Spain] bolso {m}, [Southeastern Mexico] bulto {m}, [Latin America] cartera {f}
handball {n} (team sport) :: balonmano {m}, handball
handball player {n} (person who plays handball) :: balonmanista {m} and {f}
handbook {n} (a book of reference) :: manual {m}
handbrake {n} (hand-operated brake in a car) :: freno de mano {m}
handcraft {n} (handicraft) SEE: handicraft ::
handcrafted {adj} (made by hand) :: artesanal
handcuff {n} /ˈhændˌkʌf/ (ring of a locking fetter for the hand) :: esposas {f-p}
handcuff {v} (to apply handcuffs) :: esposar
handcuffs {n} (metal rings for fastening wrists) :: esposas {f-p}
hand dryer {n} (electric device in a restroom to dry hands) :: secamanos
handed {adj} (with hands joined) SEE: hand in hand ::
handedness {n} (preference for using the right or left hand) :: manaje {f}
handfast {n} (contract) :: atado de las manos {m}
handful {n} /ˈhæn(d)fʊl/ (amount held in hand) :: manojo {m}, puñado {m}
handful {n} (small number) :: puñado {m}
handful {n} :: puñado {m}, manojo {m}, poca cantidad {f}
hand grenade {n} /ˈhænd.ɡɹəˈneɪd/ (explosive device) :: granada de mano {f}
handhold {n} (projection to hold) :: agarradera {f}, asidero {m}
handicap {n} (disadvantage, in particular physical or mental disadvantages of people) :: minusvalía {f}, discapacidad {f}
handicapped {adj} (having a handicap) :: minusválido, discapacitado
handicraft {n} (trade requiring skill of hand) :: artesanía
hand in {v} (to give to a responsible person) :: entregar
hand in hand {adv} (holding or clasping hands) :: de la mano, de la mano
handiwork {n} /ˈhændiˌwɝk/ (work done by the hands) :: hechura
hand job {n} (An act of masturbation performed by someone else's hand) :: paja {f}
handkerchief {n} /ˈhæŋkɚtʃɪf/ (cloth for wiping the face, eyes, nose or hands) :: pañuelo {m}
handle {n} /ˈhæn.dl/ (part of an object held in the hand when used or moved) :: [of container] asa {f}, [of knife, broom, rake, etc] mango {m}, [of drawer] manija {f}, tirador {m}, manilla {f}
handle {n} (instrument for effecting a purpose) :: instrumento {m}
handlebar {n} /ˈhændəlbɑːɹ/ (bar for steering) :: manillar {m}
handless {adj} (without a hand) :: manco
handling {n} (touching, controlling, managing with the hands) :: manipulación {f}, manejo {m}
handling {n} (criminal offence) :: alcahuetería {f}, receptación {f}, encubrimiento {m}
handmade {adj} (made by hand) :: hecho a mano
handmaid {n} /ˈhændˌmeɪd/ (maid that waits at hand) :: azafata {f}
hand net {n} (small net) :: salabre {m}
hand over {v} (to relinquish control or possession) :: devolver, entregar, abandonar, pasar el mando
handpicked {v} (selected with great care) :: escogido personalmente, seleccionado cuidadosamente
handrail {n} (rail which can be held) :: pasamano {m}, barandilla {f}
hand rub {n} (hand sanitizer) SEE: hand sanitizer ::
hand sanitizer {n} /ˈhænd ˌsænətaɪzɚ/ (liquid) :: gel sanitizante {m}, gel antiséptico {m}, alcohol en gel {m}
handsaw {n} (saw small enough to be used by one hand) :: serrucho {m}
handshake {v} (grasping of hands by two people) :: apretón de manos {m}
hands off {interj} (don't touch!) :: ¡saca las manos!
handsome {adj} /ˈhænsəm/ (of man: attractive) :: apuesto, guapo {m}
hands-on {adj} /ˌhændz ˈɒn/ (involving active participation) :: activo
handspike {n} (a bar or lever used in a windlass) :: espeque {m}
handstand {n} (a movement or position in which a person is upside down) :: hacer el pino, parada de manos {f}
hands up {interj} (surrender!) :: ¡arriba las manos!
hand tool {n} (tool powered by human muscle) :: herramienta manual {f}, herramienta de mano {f}
hand truck {n} (box-moving handcart) :: diablito {m}
handwork {n} (handiwork) SEE: handiwork ::
handwriting {n} (act or process of writing with the hand) :: escritura manuscrita {f}
handy {adj} /ˈhæn.di/ (easy to use) :: práctico, hábil
handy {adj} (within reach) :: a mano, cerca
handy {adj} (dexterous) :: hábil, diestro
handy {n} (hand job) SEE: hand job ::
handyman {n} /ˈhændimæn/ (man who does odd tasks) :: manitas, todólogo {m}, hacelotodo {m} {f}
hang {v} /hæŋ/ (to be or remain suspended) :: colgarse
hang {v} (to cause to be suspended) :: colgar
hang {v} (to execute by suspension from the neck) :: ahorcar
hang {v} (computing: to stop responding) :: colgarse
hang {v} (computing: to cause (a program or computer) to stop responding) :: colgar
hang {v} :: colgar, caer
hangar {n} /ˈhæŋɚ/ (a large garage-like structure where aircraft are kept) :: hangar
hang by a thread {v} (to be in a precarious situation) :: pender de un hilo
hanger {n} /hæŋə(ɹ)/ (clothes hanger) :: percha {f}, gancho {m}
hanger {n} (hangman) SEE: hangman ::
hanger-on {n} (Someone who hangs on, or sticks) :: acoplado {m}
Hangeul {n} /ˈhɑnˌɡul/ (Korean phonetic script) :: hangul {m}
hang glider {n} (aircraft) :: ala delta {f}
hang gliding {n} (flying in a hang glider) :: ala delta {f}, aerodeslizador {m}
hanging {adj} /ˈhæŋɪŋ/ (suspended) :: suspendido, colgando, colgante, colgandero
hanging {n} (means of execution) :: ahorcamiento {m}
hanging parrot {n} :: lorículo {m}
hangman {n} (executioner) :: verdugo {m}, ahorcador {m}
hangman {n} (game) :: ahorcado {m}, colgado {m}
hangnail {n} (protruding piece of nail tissue or skin near base of fingernail or toenail) :: padrastro {m}
hang on {v} (to keep; to store something for someone) :: guardar
hang on {v} (persevere) :: aguantar
hang out {v} (to do nothing in particular) :: pasar el tiempo
hang out to dry {v} (abandon someone in need) :: desamparar
hangover {n} /ˈhæŋoʊvɚ/ (illness caused by heavy drinking) :: resaca {f}, [Chile] caña {f}, [Bolivia] chaqui {m}, [Ecuador] chuchaqui {m}, [Mexico] cruda {f}, [Central America] goma {f}, [Colombia] guayabo {m}, [Chile] hachazo {m}, hangover {m} [Puerto Rico], [Peru, dated - current usage: resaca] perseguidora {f}, [Venezuela] ratón {m}
hang up {v} (put up to hang) :: colgar
hang up {v} (terminate a phone call) :: colgar
hanjie {n} (puzzle in which cells of a grid must be filled) SEE: nonogram ::
Hannah {prop} /ˈhænə/ (mother of Samuel) :: Ana
Hannah {prop} (female given name) :: Ana
Hannibal {prop} /ˈhænɪbəl/ (name) :: Aníbal {m}
Hanoi {prop} (capital of Vietnam) :: Hanói {f}
Hanover {prop} /ˈhænˌoʊvɚ/ (German city) :: Hanóver {m}
Hanukkah {prop} /ˈhɑː.nə.kə/ (the Jewish festival) :: Jánuca {f}
Hanzi {n} (Chinese character) SEE: Chinese character ::
hapax {n} (hapax legomenon) SEE: hapax legomenon ::
hapax legomenon {n} /ˌhæpæks ləˈɡɒmənɒn/ (word occurring only once) :: legomena hápax {m}, hápax {m}
haphazard {adj} /ˌhæpˈhæz.ɚd/ (random, chaotic, incomplete) :: a su aire, inconsistente, sin ton ni son, fortuito, casual
haphazardly {adv} /hæpˈhæzɚdli/ (in a haphazard manner) :: a diestro y siniestro
hapless {adj} /ˈhæplɪs/ (very unlucky; ill-fated) :: infeliz, infortunado, desgraciado {m}
haplo- {prefix} /hæploʊ-/ :: haplo-
haplogroup {n} (group of haplotypes) :: haplogrupo {m}
haploid {adj} (having a single set of unpaired chromosomes) :: haploide
haploid {n} (haploid cell) :: haploide {m}
haploidy {n} (state of being haploid) :: haploidía {f}
haplolepidous {adj} (form of arthrodontous peristome) :: haplolépido
haplotype {n} (group of alleles) :: haplotipo
haply {adv} (perhaps) SEE: perhaps ::
happen {v} /ˈhæpən/ (to occur) :: suceder, ocurrir, pasar
happenstance {n} :: casualidad {m}
happily {adv} /ˈhæ.pə.li/ (by good chance, fortunately) :: afortunadamente
happily {adv} (in a happy manner) :: felizmente, alegremente, dichosamente
happily {adv} (willingly) :: de buena gana
happily ever after {adv} (happily until one's death) :: Y vivieron felices y comieron perdices, Y colorín colorado, este cuento se ha acabado, Y vivieron felices por siempre jamás, Y vivieron felices el resto de sus días
happiness {n} /ˈhæpinɪs/ (emotion of being happy) :: felicidad {f}
happy {adj} /ˈhæpiː/ (contented, joyous) :: feliz, alegre, contento, satisfecho
happy {adj} (fortunate, lucky) :: afortunado, feliz
happy as a clam {adj} (very happy and carefree) :: feliz como un regaliz, feliz como una perdiz
happy birthday {interj} /ˈhæpi ˈbɝθ.deɪ/ (good wishes for a birthday) :: feliz cumpleaños, feliz cumple [familiar]
happy Easter {phrase} (an expression used during Easter) :: Felices Pascuas
happy ending {n} (happy end) :: final feliz {m}
happy-go-lucky {adj} (carefree) :: despreocupado
Happy Holidays {phrase} (holiday greeting) :: ¡Felices Fiestas!, ¡Feliz Navidad!
happy hour {n} (pub discount drinking hours) :: hora feliz {f}
happy medium {n} (balanced position) :: término medio {m}
happy New Year {phrase} (Happy New Year) :: próspero año nuevo [Spain], feliz año nuevo [Latin America]
Happy Ramadan {phrase} (An expression used during Ramadan) :: feliz Ramadán
happy Valentine's Day {phrase} :: ¡Feliz Día de San Valentín!
haptic {adj} /ˈhæptɪk/ (of or relating to the sense of touch) :: táctil
haptics {n} /ˈhæptɪks/ (medicine: study of the sense of touch) :: háptica {f}
haptics {n} (computing: study of user interfaces with sense of touch) :: háptica {f}
harangue {n} /həˈɹæŋ/ (impassioned speech) :: arenga {f}, soflama
harangue {n} (tirade) :: sermón {m}
Harare {prop} (capital of Zimbabwe) :: Harare
harass {v} /həˈɹæs/ (to fatigue or tire) :: acosar
harasser {n} (one who harasses) :: acosador {m}
harassment {n} /həˈɹæsmənt/ (persistent attacks and criticism causing worry and distress) :: acoso {m}
Haratin {n} (a member of a certain Berber people) :: haratin
harbinger {n} /ˈhɑɹbɪndʒəɹ/ (that which foretells the coming of something) :: anunciador {m}, anunciante {m}
harbinger {v} (to announce) :: anunciar
harbor {n} (place of shelter) :: puerto {m}, refugio {m}
harbor {n} (for ships) :: puerto {m}
harbor {v} (to provide safe place) :: cobijar
harbor seal {n} (Phoca vitulina) :: foca común {f}, foca de puerto {f}, foca moteada {f}
harbour {n} (harbor) SEE: harbor ::
hard {adj} /hɑɹd/ (resistant to pressure) :: duro
hard {adj} (requiring a lot of effort to do or understand) :: duro {m}, difícil {m} {f}
hard {adj} (severe) :: duro {m}, difícil {m} {f}
hard {adj} (of drink: strong) :: fuerte
hard {adj} (of water, high in dissolved calcium compounds) :: duro {m}
hardback {n} (a book with a solid binding) :: tapa dura {m}
hard-boiled {adj} (of an egg) :: duro
hard candy {n} (candy prepared from one or more syrups) :: caramelo {m}, caluga {f} [Chile]
hardcore {adj} (having an extreme dedication to a certain activity) :: esforzado {m}, muy dedicado
hardcore {adj} (particularly intense) :: intensísimo
hardcore {adj} (resistant to change) :: duro {m}, resistente {m} {f}, renuente {m} {f}
hardcore {adj} (obscene or explicit) :: obsceno, explícito
hardcore {adj} (of or pertaining to pornography that depicts penetration) :: duro
hardcore {adj} (faster or more intense than the regular style) :: duro, violento, pesado
hardcover {n} (a book with a rigid binding) :: tapa dura {f}
hard disk {n} (recording disk in a drive unit) :: disco duro {m}, disco rígido {m}
hard disk {n} (unit and all the disks within it) :: disco duro {m}
hard drive {n} (device used for storing large amounts of data) :: disco duro {m}
harden {v} (become hard) :: endurecer
hardened {adj} (unfeeling or lacking emotion due to experience; callous) :: endurecido, aguerrido
hardening {n} (process) :: endurecimiento {m}
hard hat {n} (construction helmet) :: casco {m}
hardheaded {adj} (stubborn) :: terco, cabezadura, porfiado
hardheaded {adj} (pragmatic) :: pragmático
hard labor {n} (forced labor) SEE: forced labor ::
hardly {adv} /ˈhɑɹdli/ (barely, only just) :: apenas, a duras penas
hardness {n} (quality of being hard) :: dureza {f}
hard-nosed {adj} (pragmatic) :: pragmático
hard nut to crack {n} (challenging problem to solve) :: hueso duro de roer {m}
hard of hearing {adj} (having difficulty hearing) :: duro de oído
hard-on {n} (rigid state of the penis) SEE: erection ::
hard-on {n} /ˈhɑɹdɑn/ (erection of the penis) :: tieso {m}, empalmado {m}
hard roe {n} (roe) SEE: roe ::
hardship {n} /ˈhɑɹdˌʃɪp/ (difficulty or trouble) :: sufrimientos, apuro
hard shoulder {n} (verge to the side of a highway) :: arcén {m}
hardtack {n} (hard biscuit) :: galleta náutica {f}
hard time {n} (difficulties) :: mal trago {m}
hardware {n} /ˈhɑɹdˌwɛɹ/ (material part of a computer) :: hardware {m}, soporte físico {m}
hardware {n} (metal implements) :: fierros {m-p}
hardware {n} (slang: firearm) :: arma de fuego {f}
hardware store {n} (merchant) :: ferretería {f}
hard water {n} (water with a high concentration of dissolved minerals) :: agua dura {f}
hard wheat {n} (variety of wheat with hard grains ) SEE: durum wheat ::
hardwood {n} :: madera {f}
hard-working {adj} (tending to work with ardour) SEE: hardworking ::
hardworking {adj} (taking their work seriously and doing it well and rapidly) :: trabajador
hare {n} /hɛɚ/ (animal) :: liebre {f}
harelike {adj} (characteristic of or like a hare) :: lebruno
harelip {n} (congenital malformation of the upper lip) :: labio leporino {m}
harem {n} /ˈhæɹəm/ (the private part of an Arab household) :: harén {m}
harem {n} (group of women in a polygamous household) :: harén {m}
haricot {n} (common bean) SEE: common bean ::
harlequin {n} /ˈhɑɹləkwən/ (pantomime fool) :: arlequín {m}
harlequin duck {n} (Histrionicus histrionicus) :: pato arlequín {m}
harlot {n} (a female prostitute) :: puta {f}, golfa {f}, ramera {f}
harm {n} /hɑɹm/ (injury; hurt; damage) :: daño {m}
harm {v} (cause damage) :: dañar
harmful {adj} /ˈhɑɹmfl̩/ (likely to be damaging) :: perjudicial, dañino, nocivo, dañoso
harmfulness {n} (the characteristic of being harmful) :: nocividad {f}
harmless {adj} /ˈhɑɹmləs/ (incapable of causing harm or danger) :: inocuo, inofensivo
harmlessness {n} (the characteristic of being harmless) :: inocuidad {f}
harmonic {adj} (pertaining to harmony) :: armónico
harmonic {adj} (pleasant to hear) :: armónico
harmonica {n} /ˌhɑɹ.ˈmɑ.nɪ.kə/ (wind instrument) :: armónica {f}, harmónica {f}
harmonic balancer {n} (device) :: polea de cigüeñal {f}, polea amortiguador {f}
harmonic function {n} (function) :: función armónica {f}
harmonic mean {n} (type of average) :: media armónica {f}
harmonic oscillator {n} (system) :: oscilador armónico {m}
harmoniously {adv} (in a harmonious manner) :: armoniosamente, harmoniosamente
harmonize {v} /ˈhɑɹmənaɪz/ (to be in harmonious agreement) :: harmonizar
harmonograph {n} (mechanical device) :: armonógrafo {m}
harmony {n} /ˈhɑɹməni/ (agreement or accord) :: armonía
harmony {n} (music: the academic study of chords) :: armonía {f}
harness {n} /ˈhɑː(ɹ).nəs/ (restraint or support) :: arnés {m}
harness {v} (to place a harness on something) :: arrear
harness {v} (to control or put to use) :: aprovechar
harness {n} (set of wires) SEE: wiring harness ::
harp {n} /hɑɹp/ (musical instrument) :: arpa {f}, harpa {f}
harpist {n} /ˈhɑɹpɪst/ (Person who plays the harp) :: arpista
harpoon {n} /hɑːɹˈpuːn/ (spearlike weapon) :: arpón {m}
harpooner {n} (someone who hunts with a harpoon) :: arponero {m}
harp seal {n} (a species of seal) :: foca pía {f}, foca de groenlandia {f}
harpsichord {n} /ˈhɑɹp.sɪˌkɔɹd/ (musical instrument) :: clavicordio; clavicémbalo
harpsichordist {n} (one who plays the harpsichord) :: clavecinista {m} {f}, clavicembalista {m} {f}
harpy {n} /ˈhɑɹpi/ (Fabulous winged monster with the face of a woman) :: arpía {f}, harpía {f}
harpy {n} (Obnoxious, shrewish woman) :: arpía {f}
harpy eagle {n} (Harpia harpyja) :: águila harpía {f}
harquebus {n} /ˈhɑɹkɨbʌs/ (obsolete matchlock firearm) :: arcabuz {m}
harridan {n} /ˈhɛɹ.ɪ.dən/ (vicious and scolding woman) :: vieja gruñona {f}, arpía {f}
harrier {n} /ˈhæɹi.ə(ɹ)/ (birds of prey) :: aguilucho {m}
harrow {n} /ˈhæɹoʊ/ (device) :: grada {f}, rastra {m}, escarificador
harrow {v} (drag a harrow over) :: escarificar
harrow {v} (traumatise, frighten) :: atormentar
harrowing {adj} /ˈhæɹəʊiŋ/ (causing pain or distress) :: angustioso
harsh {adj} /hɑɹʃ/ (rough) :: áspero
harsh {adj} (severe or cruel) :: duro, severo
harsh {v} (negatively criticize) :: despotricar
hart {n} /hɑɹt/ (male deer) :: macho {m} de ciervo {m}
hartebeest {n} /ˈhɑːtəbiːst/ (Alcelaphus bucelaphus) :: alcélafo {m}, bubal {m}, ñu rojo {m}
Hartley County {prop} (county) :: condado de Hartley {m}
Hartley oscillator {n} :: oscilador Hartley {m}
hartwort {n} (plant of Europe) :: tordillo {m}, tordilio {m}
harvest {n} (autumn, fall) SEE: autumn ::
harvest {n} /ˈhɑɹ.vəst/ (process of gathering the ripened crop) :: cosecha {f}
harvest {n} (yield of harvesting) :: cosecha {f}
harvest {v} (to bring in a harvest; reap) :: cosechar
harvester {n} (machine that harvests) :: cosechadora {f}
harvesting {n} (the gathering of a mature crop) :: recolección {f}
harvestman {n} (arachnid) :: segador {m}, opilón {m}, agostero {m}, araña patona {f}, pinacates, falangio {m}, chichina {f}, chinchina {f}
harvestman {n} :: pedro {m}
harvest mite {n} (harvest mite) :: ácaros de la cosecha {m-p}, ácaros rojos {m-p}
harvest time {n} (harvest time) :: cosecha {f}
Haryana {prop} /hʌɹɪˈjɑːnə/ (state) :: Haryana
has-been {n} /ˈhæz.bɪn/ (person declining in popularity or effectiveness) :: ha-sido {m}
Hasdrubal {prop} /ˈhæzdɹʊbəl/ (given name) :: Asdrúbal {m}
hash {n} /ˈhæʃ/ (chopped food, especially meat and potatoes) :: picadillo {m}, guiso
hash {n} (confused mess) :: lío {m}
hash {n} (the # symbol) :: almohadilla {f} [Spain], gato {m} [Chile, Mexico], libra {f} [Puerto Rico], numeral {m} [Latin America], número {m} [Latin America]
hash {n} (key generated by a hash function) :: condensado {m}
hash {n} (clipped form of hashish) :: chocolate {m}
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan {prop} (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan) :: Reino Hachemita de Jordania {m}
hashish {n} (marijuana generally) SEE: cannabis ::
hashish {n} /həˈʃiːʃ/ (dried leaves of the Indian hemp plant) :: hachís {m}
hashtag {n} /ˈhæʃˌtæɡ/ (a tag with a hash sign) :: hashtag {m}, etiqueta
hasp {n} (a clasp) :: aspa {f}
Hassidic {adj} (of Hassidic Judaism) :: jasídico
Hassidism {prop} (Jewish movement) :: jasidismo {m}, hasidismo {m}
hassium {n} /ˈhæsiəm/ (chemical element with atomic number 108) :: hassio {m}
hassle {n} /ˈhæsl/ (trouble, bother, unwanted annoyances or problems) :: lío {m}, apuro {m}, tropiezo {m}, fastidio {m}
hassle {n} (fight or argument) :: jaleo {m}, bronca {f}, pelea {f}, riña {f}
hassle {n} (action which is not worth the difficulty involved) :: molestia {f}, complicación {f}
hassle {v} (To trouble, to bother, to annoy) :: molestar, fastidiar, fregar, aperrear
hassle {v} (To pick a fight or start an argument) :: provocar
Hassānīya {prop} (Language) :: hasanía {m}
hassock {n} /ˈhasək/ (kneeler) :: reclinatorio {m}
hasta la vista {phrase} (see you later) SEE: see you later ::
haste {n} /heɪst/ (speed, swiftness, dispatch) :: prisa {f}, premura
hasten {v} /ˈheɪs.ən/ (to move in a quick fashion) :: correr
hasten {v} (to make someone/something speed up) :: acelerar
hasten {v} (to cause a scheduled event to happen earlier) :: precipitar, anticipar, adelantar
hastily {adv} /ˈheɪstɪli/ (in a hasty manner) :: de prisa, atropelladamente
hasty {adj} /ˈheɪsti/ (acting in haste; being too hurried or quick) :: apresurado, de prisa, arrebatado, atropellado, presuroso
hat {n} /hæt/ (a head covering) :: sombrero {m}
hatband {n} (band about a hat) :: cinta del sombrero {f}
hatbox {n} (a piece of luggage, case, or box for a hat) :: sombrerera {f}
hatch {n} /hætʃ/ (horizontal door) :: escotilla {f}
hatch {v} (to emerge from an egg) :: eclosionar
hatch {v} (of an egg, to break open) :: eclosionar
hatch {n} (trapdoor) SEE: trapdoor ::
hatchet man {n} (professional killer) :: sicario
hate {v} /heɪt/ (to dislike intensely) :: odiar
hate {n} (hatred) SEE: hatred ::
hate crime {n} (a crime motivated by hate) :: delito de odio {m}
hateful {adj} (evoking hatred) :: odioso {m}, odiosa {f}
hater {n} /ˈheɪt̬ɚ/ (one who hates) :: odiador {m}, detractor {m}
hater {n} (one who expresses hatred by envy) :: envidioso {m}
haters gonna hate {proverb} (haters gonna hate) :: los odiadores van a odiar {m-p}, las odiadoras van a odiar {f-p}
hate speech {n} (offensive speech) :: discurso de odio {m}
hatmaker {n} (someone who makes hats) SEE: hatter ::
hat rack {n} (furniture for storing hats and clothing on) :: perchero {m}
hatrack {n} (hat rack) SEE: hat rack ::
hat-rack {n} (hat rack) SEE: hat rack ::
hatred {n} /ˈheɪtɹɪd/ (strong aversion) :: odio {m}
hats off {interj} (Congratulations) :: quitar el sombrero [pronominal], sacar el sombrero [pronominal; Arg., Bol., Chile, Ec. y Perú]
hatter {n} (person who makes, sells, or repairs hats) :: sombrerero {m}
hat trick {n} (three achievements in a single game or similar) :: triplete {m}
haughtily {adv} (in a haughty manner) :: altivamente, altaneramente
haughtiness {n} (the property of being haughty) :: soberbia {f}, altanería {f}, altivez {f}
haughty {adj} (disdainful, supercilious; in demeanour conveying the assumption of superiority) :: soberbio, altanero {m}
haul {v} /hɔːl/ (to draw or pull something heavy) :: empujar, tirar fuerte
haul {v} (to carry or transport something heavy or difficult to move) :: llevar
Haumea {prop} /ˌhɑ.uˈmeɪ.ə/ (goddess of fertility and childbirth) :: Haumea
Haumea {prop} (dwarf planet) :: Haumea
haunt {n} (ghost) SEE: ghost ::
haunted {adj} (frequented by a ghost) :: embrujado
haunted {adj} (obsessed) :: obsesionado {m}
haunted {adj} (showing a feeling of being disturbed) :: perturbado {m}
haunted house {n} (house believed to be a center for supernatural occurrences) :: casa embrujada {f}, casa encantada {f}
Hausdorff dimension {n} (type of fractal dimension) :: dimensión de Hausdorff {f}
Havana {prop} /həˈvænə/ (capital) :: La Habana {f}
Havana {n} (cigar) :: habano {m}
Havana Brown {n} (domestic cat breed) :: Habana brown
have {v} /hæv/ (to possess) :: tener
have {v} (to be related to) :: tener
have {v} (to partake of something) :: tener, tomar
have {v} (auxiliary used in forming the perfect and the past perfect tenses) :: haber
have {v} (give birth to) :: tener un hijo
have {v} (engage in sexual intercourse with) :: tener sexo
have {v} (cause to, by command or request) :: tener que
have {v} (cause to be) :: tener
have {v} (be affected by an occurrence) :: tener
have {v} (to depict as being) :: tener
have {v} (must) SEE: have to ::
have a bone to pick {v} (have a complaint or grievance) :: tener que arreglar las cuentas con alguien
have a look {v} (examine, observe) SEE: take a look ::
have a mind of one's own {v} :: no casarse con nadie
have a nice day {phrase} (goodbye) :: que tenga un buen día
have a screw loose {v} (to be insane, irrational, or eccentric) :: tener pájaros en la cabeza
have a seat {v} (polite directive) :: siéntate, siéntese, [formal] tome asiento
have a word {v} (speak to someone) :: tener unas palabras, terciar
have bats in one's belfry {v} (To be crazy or eccentric) :: tener pájaros en la cabeza
have been around {v} :: estar curado de espanto
have butterflies in one's stomach {v} (be nervous) :: tener mariposas en el estómago
have eyes in the back of one's head {v} (perceived ability to see) :: tener ojos en la nuca
have eyes on {v} (observe) SEE: observe ::
have fun {v} (enjoy oneself) :: divertirse
have it out {v} :: dirimir diferencias, habérselas con, vérselas con
have it your way {interj} (do something the way you want to) :: haz lo que quieras
haven {n} /ˈheɪvən/ (harbour) :: puerto {m}
haven {n} (refuge) :: asilo {m}, refugio {m}
have-nots {n} (the poor or underprivileged) :: pobres {m-p}
have one's cake and eat it too {v} (to seek to have two things which are mutually incompatible) :: estar a la vez en la procesión y repicando las campanas, querer el oro y el moro, nadar y tener la ropa, estar en misa y repicando, soplar y sorber, no puede ser
have one's eye on {v} (watch) SEE: watch ::
have one's fingers in many pies {v} (be involved in many different things) :: estar en todos los fregados, estar en todos los saraos, estar en todas las salsas
have one's way {v} (to have sexual intercourse with) SEE: have one's way with ::
have one's way with {v} (to engage in sexual intercourse) :: llevar al huerto
have one's work cut out for one {v} :: tener mucha tela que cortar
have sex {v} (to engage in sexual intercourse) SEE: copulate ::
have sex {v} (take part in a sexual act) :: tener sexo, hacer el amor
have the foggiest {phrase} ("I haven't the foggiest": I don't know) :: no tengo la menor idea
have the hots for {v} (be attracted to someone) :: encoñar
have the run of {v} :: campar a sus anchas
have to {v} /ˈhæf.tu/ (obligation) :: tener que, deber
have to {v} (conclusion) :: deber
have to {v} :: tener que [followed by infinitive]
having said that {conj} (that said) SEE: that said ::
havoc {n} /ˈhæv.ək/ (devastation) :: estrago {m}
Hawaii {prop} /həˈwaɪ(j)i/ (state of the United States) :: Hawái
Hawaii {prop} (chain of islands) :: Hawái
Hawaii {prop} (largest of the Hawaiian Islands) :: Hawái
Hawaiian {n} /hə.ˈwaɪ.ən/ (Hawaiian language) :: hawaiano {m}
Hawaiian goose {n} (Branta sandvicensis) SEE: nene ::
Hawaiian hawk {n} (Buteo solitarius) :: busardo de Hawái {m}
hawfinch {n} (finch) :: picogordo {m}
hawk {n} /hɔk/ (predatory bird of Accipitridae) :: rapaz {f}, azor {m}, gavilán {m}
hawk {n} (advocate of aggressive politics) :: halcón {m}
hawk {n} :: gavilán {m}
hawk {v} (to sell) :: pregonar
hawk {v} (to attempt to cough up, to clear the throat) :: expectorar
hawkbit {n} (flower of the genus Leontodon) :: leontodon
hawker {n} (peddler) SEE: peddler ::
hawker {n} (falconer) SEE: falconer ::
hawkish {adj} (supportive of warlike foreign policy) :: falconino
hawk moth {n} (moth of the family Sphingidae) :: esfíngido {m}
hawkmoth {n} (hawk moth) SEE: hawk moth ::
hawksbill turtle {n} (turtle species) :: tortuga de carey {f}
hawsehole {n} (nautical: hole for anchor rode) :: escobén
hawser {n} (cable) :: cabo {m}
hawthorn {n} /ˈhɔ.θɔɹn/ (type of shrub) :: espino {m}
hay {n} /heɪ/ (grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder) :: heno {m}
hay {v} (to cut green plants for fodder) :: cortar heno
haya {n} (beech) SEE: beech ::
hay fever {n} (allergy to pollen) :: fiebre del heno {f}, polinosis
haystack {n} /ˈheɪˌstæk/ (a mound, pile, or stack of stored hay) :: almiar {m}, pajar {m}
haywire {adj} /ˈheɪ.waɪɚ/ (behaving erratically or uncontrollably) :: caótico, fuera de control
hazard {n} (chance) SEE: chance ::
hazard {n} /ˈhæzɚd/ (the chance of suffering harm) :: riesgo {m}
hazard {n} (peril) :: peligro {m}
hazard {v} (to chance; to take a risk) :: arriesgar, peligrar, aventurar
hazardous {adj} /ˈhæzəɹdəs/ (risky, dangerous, with the nature of a hazard) :: peligroso
hazardous {adj} (exposes to loss or evil) :: aventurado
hazardous {adj} (of or involving chance) :: arriesgado
haze {n} /heɪz/ (very fine particles suspended in the air) :: bruma
haze {v} (to perform an initiation ritual) :: hacer la novatada {f}
hazel {n} /ˈheɪzəl/ (tree / shrub) :: avellano {m}
hazel {n} (colour) :: color avellana {m}
hazel {adj} (colour) :: avellana
hazel {n} (hazelnut) SEE: hazelnut ::
hazel grouse {n} (bird) :: grévol {m}
hazelnut {n} (shrub) SEE: hazel ::
hazelnut {n} /ˈheɪzəlnʌt/ (fruit) :: avellana {f}
hazelnut milk {n} (milky liquid from hazelnuts) :: leche de avellana {f}
hazing {n} /ˈheɪzɪŋ/ (humiliating initiation practices) :: novatada {f}
hazzan {n} (Jewish cantor in a synagogue) :: jazán {m}
hübnerite {n} (a mineral, manganese tungsten oxide) :: hubnerita {f}
H-bomb {n} (short for hydrogen bomb) :: bomba H {f}
he {determiner} /hi/ (personal pronoun "he") :: él
head {v} /hɛd/ (to be in command of) :: encabezar, dirigir, liderar
head {v} (to strike with the head) :: cabecear
head {v} (to move in a specified direction) :: dirigirse
head {n} (antler of a deer) SEE: antler ::
head {n} (bow of a vessel) SEE: bow ::
head {n} (cylinder head) SEE: cylinder head ::
head {n} (headache) SEE: headache ::
head {v} (to behead) SEE: behead ::
head {n} (headland) SEE: headland ::
head {n} (headdress) SEE: headdress ::
head {n} (part of the body) :: cabeza {f}, testa {f}, maceta {f} [Guatemala, Nicaragua], marote {m} [Argentina, Uruguay], sabiola {f} [Uruguay]
head {n} (topmost or leading part) :: punta {f}
head {n} (end of hammer, axe, golf club etc.) :: cabeza {f}
head {n} (blunt end of a nail, screw etc.) :: cabeza {f}
head {n} (leader, chief, mastermind) :: cabeza {f}, jefe {m}, líder {m}
head {n} (headmaster, headmistress) :: director {m}, directora {f}
head {n} (clump of seeds, leaves or flowers) :: capítulo {m}
head {n} (leafy top part of a tree) :: copa {f}
headache {n} /ˈhɛdeɪk/ (pain or ache in the head) :: dolor de cabeza {m}, cefalea {f}, jaqueca {f}
headache {n} (nuisance or unpleasant problem) :: dolor de cabeza {m}
headband {n} /ˈhɛdˌbænd/ (strip of fabric worn around the head) :: cintillo {m}
headboard {n} (a vertical panel, either plain or upholstered, attached to the head of a bed) :: cabecera {f}
headbutt {n} /ˈhɛdbʌt/ (sharp blow) :: cabezada {f}, cabezazo {m}, topetazo
headbutt {v} (to deliver a sharp blow) :: topetar
head cheese {n} (terrine) SEE: brawn ::
headdress {n} (hairdo) SEE: hairdo ::
headdress {n} (a decorative covering or ornament worn on the head) :: tocado {m}
header {n} /ˈhɛdə/ (upper portion of a page layout) :: encabezado {m}
header {n} (soccer: act of hitting the ball with the head) :: cabezazo {m}
headfirst {adv} (headlong) SEE: headlong ::
headforemost {adv} (headlong) SEE: headlong ::
headgear {n} (anything worn on the head) :: prenda para la cabeza {f}, accesorio para la cabeza {m}, sombrero {m} (hat)
headgear {n} (harness that fits on a horse's head) :: brida {f}
head in the clouds {n} :: estar en las nubes
headland {n} /ˈhɛdlənd/ (bit of coastal land that juts into the sea) :: promontorio {m}
headland {n} (unplowed boundary of a field) :: capitaña {f}
headlight {n} (bright light in front of vehicle) :: faro {m}
headline {n} /ˈhɛd.laɪn/ (heading or title of an article) :: titular {m}
headlong {adv} /ˈhedlɒŋ]/ (with the head first or down) :: de cabeza
headlong {adv} (in haste, hastily, without deliberation) :: de cabeza
headlong {adj} (plunging downwards head foremost) :: de cabeza
headlongs {adv} (headlong) SEE: headlong ::
head louse {n} (insect) :: piojo de la cabeza {m}
headmaster {n} /ˈhɛdˌmæstɚ/ (the most senior master in a school (male)) :: director
head off {v} (to begin moving away) :: echarse a andar
head of government {n} (chief officer of the executive branch of a government) :: jefe de gobierno {m}
head of hair {n} (hair on the scalp) :: cabellera {f}
head of household {n} (household role) :: cabeza de familia {f}
head of state {n} (the chief public representative of a nation) :: jefe de estado {m}, mandatario {m}
head over heels {adv} (tumbling upside down) :: cabeza abajo, patas arriba
headphone {n} /ˈhedfoʊn/ (listening device) :: auricular {m}, audífono {m}
headphones {n} (pair of speakers worn over or in the ears so only the wearer can hear the sound) :: cascos {m-p}, auriculares {m-p}, audífonos {m-p}
headpiece {n} (helmet) SEE: helmet ::
headpiece {n} (something covering the head) SEE: headgear ::
headpiece {n} (headstall) SEE: headstall ::
headquarters {n} /ˈhɛdˌkwɔɹtəz/ (the military installation) :: cuartel general {m}
headquarters {n} (center of organisation's activity) :: sede {f}
headroom {n} (vertical clearance) :: pierrecto {m}
heads {n} /hɛdz/ (side of coin) :: cara {f}
headsail {n} /ˈhɛdˌsəl/ (sail set forward of the foremost mast) :: vela delantera {f}
headscarf {n} (piece of material worn over the head) :: velo {m}
headshot {n} (A gunshot to the head) :: tiro a la cabeza {m}
headshot {n} (photo) :: ficha {f}
head-shrinker {n} (slang: psychotherapist) SEE: shrink ::
heads or tails {n} (heads or tails) :: águila o sol [Mexico], cara o ceca [Argentina], cara o corona [El Salvador], cara o cruz [especially Spain], cara o escudo [Cuba, Guatemala], cara o número [Uruguay], cara o sello [Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Venezuela], escudo o corona [Costa Rica]
headstall {n} /ˈhɛdstɔːl/ (part of the bridle that fits over the horse's head) :: cabestro {m}
head start {n} (factor conducive to superiority or success) :: ventaja {f}
headstone {n} (grave marker) :: lápida {f}
heads-up {n} (warning or call to pay attention; (advisory) notice of what is to happen) :: aldabonazo
head tax {n} (tax determined as uniform amount per individual) SEE: poll tax ::
head-to-head {adv} /hɛd.tu.hɛd/ (head-to-head) :: cabeza a cabeza
head to toe {adv} (entirely; completely; over one's full body) :: de pies a cabeza
head up {v} (lead or take the lead) :: encabezar [transitive]
headwaiter {n} (main supervisory waiter) :: jefe de comedor {m}
headwaters {n} /ˈhɛdˌwɑtɝz/ (the set of streams that feed into the beginning of a river) :: cabecera {f}, afloramiento {m}
headwear {n} (headgear) SEE: headgear ::
headwind {n} /ˈhɛdˌwɪnd/ (wind that blows directly against the course of a vessel) :: viento de proa {m}
headword {n} /ˈhɛdwɝd/ (word used as the title of a section) :: lema {m}, entrada {f}, palabra principal {f}
heal {v} /hiːl/ (make better) :: curar, sanar
heal {v} :: curar
healer {n} /ˈhilɚ/ (person who heals) :: curandero {m}, santero {m}, sanador {m}
health {n} /hɛlθ/ (state of being free of physical or psychological disease, illness, or malfunction) :: salud {f}, sanidad {f}
health {n} (physical condition) :: salud {f}
health {n} (overall level of function of an organism) :: salud {f}
health care {n} (prevention, treatment, and management of illnesses) :: asistencia sanitaria, atención médica {f}
healthcare {n} (health care) SEE: health care ::
health food {n} (food) :: comida saludable {f}
healthful {adj} (beneficial to health) :: saludable, sano {m}
healthily {adv} (in a healthy manner) :: saludablemente
health insurance {n} (insurance against incurring medical expenses among individuals) :: seguro de salud {m}
healthy {adj} /ˈhɛl.θi/ (enjoying health and vigor of body, mind, or spirit: well) :: sano {m}
healthy {adj} (conducive to health) :: saludable, sano {m}
healthy {adj} (evincing health) :: saludable, sano {m}
heap {n} /hiːp/ (pile) :: pila {f}, montón {m}, cúmulo {m}
heap {n} (type of data structure) :: montículo {m}
heap {n} :: montón {m}, pila {m}
heap {v} (to pile in a heap) :: amontonar
heap {v} (to form or round into a heap) :: amontonar
heap {v} (to supply in great quantity) :: amontonar
hear {v} /hɪə(ɹ)/ (to perceive with the ear) :: oír
Heard Island and McDonald Islands {prop} (uninhabited islands of Australia) :: Islas Heard y McDonald {f}
hearing {adj} /ˈhɪɹ.ɪŋ/ (able to hear) :: oyente {m} {f}
hearing {n} (sense used to perceive sound) :: audición {f}, oído {m}
hearing {n} (proceeding at which discussions are heard) :: audiencia {f}
hearing aid {n} (hearing assistance device) :: audífono {m}, acústico {m}
hear on the grapevine {v} (to hear rumors) SEE: hear through the grapevine ::
hearsay {n} (information that was heard by one person about another) :: rumores {m-p}, habladurías {f-p}
hearsay {n} ((law) evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledge) :: pruebas de oídas {f}, testimonio de oídas {m}
hearse {n} /hɜɹs/ (vehicle for transporting dead) :: coche fúnebre {m}, carroza {f}
heart {n} /hɑɹt/ (an organ) :: corazón {m}
heart {n} (emotions or kindness) :: coraje
heart {n} (a shape or symbol) :: corazón {m}
heart {n} (a suit of cards) :: copa {f}, corazón {m}
heart {n} (centre or core) :: corazón {m}
heartache {n} (very sincere and difficult emotional problems or stress) :: angustia {f}, pena {f}
heart attack {n} (death) SEE: death ::
heart attack {n} (failure) SEE: failure ::
heart attack {n} (acute myocardial infarction) :: infarto agudo de miocardio, ataque al corazón {m}
heartbeat {n} (one pulsation of the heart) :: latido del corazón {m}, latido {m}
heartbeat {n} (the rhythm at which a heart pulsates) :: ritmo cardiaco {m}
heartbeat {n} (driving impulse) :: inspiración {f}
heartbeat {n} (an instant) :: instante {m}, suspiro, momento {m}
heartbreaker {n} /hɑɹt.bɹeɪ.kɚ/ (person who causes sorrow) :: rompecorazones {m}
heart-breaking {adj} (that causes extreme sorrow or grief) :: desgarrador
heartburn {n} (pain caused by stomach acid) :: rescoldera {f}, ardor de estómago {m}, acidez {f}, pirosis {f}
hearten {v} /ˈhɑːtən/ (to give heart to, to encourage) :: alentar, animar
heartening {adj} (cheerfully encouraging) :: alentador {m}, alentadora {f}
heart failure {n} (chronic inability of the heart) :: insuficiencia cardiaca {f}
heartfelt {adj} /ˈhɑːɹt.fɛlt/ (felt or believed deeply and sincerely) :: resentido {m}
hearth {n} /hɑːɹθ/ (floor of fireplace) :: hogar {m}, lar {m}
hearth {n} (recess) :: hogar
hearth {n} (part of furnace) :: crisol
hearth {n} (home or family life) :: hogar {m}, llar {m}
hear through the grapevine {v} (learn through rumors) :: enterarse por radio macuto
heartland {n} :: núcleo {m}, corazón {m}
heartless {adj} (without feeling) :: cruel, desalmado
heart of gold {n} (kindheartedness) :: ser un pan de Dios (to have a heart of gold)
heart of hearts {n} :: en su fuero interno
heart rate monitor {n} (wearable device) :: pulsómetro {m}
hearts {n} (plural of "heart") SEE: heart ::
hearts {n} /hɑː(ɹ)ts/ (the card suit (♥)) :: corazones {m-p}
hearts {n} :: corazones {m-p}
heartsease {n} (a common European wild flower) :: pensamiento silvestre {m}
heartstrings {n} /ˈhɑːtstɹɪŋz/ (cord-like tendons in the heart) :: cuerdas tendinosas
heart valve {n} (valve in the heart) :: válvula cardíaca {f}
heart-warming {adj} (eliciting tenderness and sympathy) :: conmovedor {m}, conmovedora {f}
hearty {adj} /ˈhɑɹti/ (proceeding from the heart) :: cariñoso {m}, de corazón {m}, cordial {m},
hearty {adj} (exhibiting strength) :: corpulento {m}
hearty {adj} (rich, abundant) :: corpulento, nutritivo, rico, integral, completo, balanceado, llenador, contundente
heat {n} /hiːt/ (thermal energy) :: calor {m}
heat {n} (condition or quality of being hot) :: calor {m}
heat {n} (attribute of a spice that causes a burning sensation in the mouth) :: picante {m}, picor {m}
heat {n} (period of intensity, particularly of emotion) :: calor {m}, ímpetu {m}, intensidad {f}, emoción {f}, vorágine {f}
heat {n} (undesirable amount of attention) :: empalago {m}
heat {n} (slang: the police) :: poli {m} {f}, [Mexico], chota {f}, tira {f}
heat {n} (fastball) :: bola rápida {f}
heat {n} (condition where a mammal is aroused sexually or where it is especially fertile) :: celo {m}, estro {m}, brama {f}, cachondez {f}
heat {n} (preliminary race, used to determine the participants in a final race) :: eliminatoria {f}
heat {n} (hot spell) :: onda de calor {f}, canícula {f}
heat {v} (to cause an increase in temperature of an object or space) :: calentar, caldear, elevar la temperatura
heat {v} (to arouse, to excite (sexually)) :: calentar, excitar, estimular, cachondear
heat {n} (heating system) SEE: heating ::
heat capacity {n} (the capability of a substance to absorb heat energy) :: capacidad calorífica {f}, capacidad térmica {f}
heated {adj} /ˈhiːtɪd/ (very agitated, angry or impassioned) :: acalorado
heater {n} /ˈhitɚ/ (device that produces and radiates heat) :: calefactor {m}
heat exchanger {n} (device for transferring heat) :: intercambiador de calor {m}
heath {n} /hiːθ/ (type of land) :: páramo {m}, brezal
heath {n} (shrub of the family Ericaceae) :: brezo {m}
heathen {adj} /ˈhiːðən/ (not adhering to an Abrahamic religion) :: pagano
heathen {adj} (savage) :: bárbaro
heathen {n} (person who does not follow an Abrahamic religion) :: pagano {m}, pagana {f}
heathen {adj} (Heathen) SEE: Heathen ::
heathen {n} (Heathen) SEE: Heathen ::
Heathen {adj} (pertaining or adhering to the faith of Heathenry) :: pagano
Heathen {n} (adherent of the Germanic neo-pagan faith of Heathenry) :: pagano {m}
heather {n} /ˈhɛðɚ/ (plant) :: brezo {m}
heating {n} /ˈhiːtɪŋ/ (system) :: calefacción {f}
heating {n} (act) :: calentamiento {m}
heat wave {n} (heat wave) SEE: heatwave ::
heatwave {n} (period of very hot weather) :: ola de calor {f}, canícula
heave {n} /hiːv/ (to rise and fall rhythmically) :: ondular {m}
heave in sight {v} (to appear in the distance) :: aparecer
heaven {n} /ˈhɛvən/ (sky) :: cielo {m}, firmamento {m}
heaven {n} (paradise) :: cielo {m}, paraíso {m}
Heaven {prop} (All meanings) SEE: heaven ::
heaven helps those who help themselves {proverb} (a maxim encouraging people to attempt to solve their own problems) :: la caridad bien entendida empieza por uno mismo
heavenly {adj} /ˈhɛvənli/ (pertaining to heaven) :: celeste
heavenly body {n} (natural celestial body) :: cuerpo celeste {m}
Heavenly Father {prop} (A formal name for the Judeo-Christian God) :: Padre Celestial {m}
heavily {adv} /ˈhɛvɪli/ (in a heavy manner) :: pesadamente
heaviness {n} (weightiness) :: pesadez {f}
heavy {adj} /ˈhɛ.vi/ (having great weight) :: pesado
heavy-handed {adj} (extreme, unnecessarily forceful) :: draconiano, drástico
heavy metal {n} (type of metal) :: metal pesado {m}
heavy metal {n} (type of music) :: rock pesado {m}, heavy metal {m}
heavy water {n} (water containing deuterium instead of normal hydrogen) :: agua pesada
heavyweight {n} (large, heavy or impressive person) :: pez gordo {m}
hebdomadal {adj} (occurring once a week) SEE: weekly ::
hebdomadary {n} (holder of a week-long duty in a convent) :: hebdomadario {m}
hebetude {n} /ˈhɛb.ə.tuːd/ (mental lethargy or dullness) :: embotamiento, entorpecimiento, embrutecimento, alelamiento
Hebrew {adj} /ˈhiːbɹuː/ (pertaining to the people) :: hebreo
Hebrew {adj} (pertaining to the language) :: hebreo
Hebrew {n} (person) :: hebreo {m}, hebrea {f}
Hebrew {n} (language, see also: Biblical Hebrew) :: hebreo {m}
Hebrew Bible {prop} (the sacred texts of Judaism) :: Biblia hebrea {f}
Hebrews {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Hebreos {m-p}
Hebrides {prop} /ˈhɛbɹədiːz/ (group of islands) :: Hébridas {f-p}
Hebron {prop} (City) :: Hebrón {m}
Hecate {prop} /ˈhɛkəti/ (Greek goddess) :: Hécate
hectare {n} /ˈhɛktɛɹ/ (unit of surface area) :: hectárea {f}
hectic {adj} (very busy with activity and confusion) :: ajetreado, febril, agobiante, frenético
hecto- {prefix} (hundred) :: hecto-
hectogram {n} (100 grams) :: hectogramo {m}
hectolitre {n} (100 litres) :: hectolitro {m}
hectometer {n} (hectometre) SEE: hectometre ::
hectometre {n} (the length of 100 metres) :: hectómetro {m}
hector {v} /hɛk.tɚ/ (intimidate or dominate) :: intimidar
hector {v} (behave like a bully) :: tiranizar
Hector {prop} (the Trojan hero) :: Héctor {m}
Hector {prop} (male given name) :: Héctor
Hecuba {prop} /ˈhɛkjʊbə/ (the wife of King Priam) :: Hécuba
hedge {n} /hɛdʒ/ (thicket of bushes planted in a row) :: seto {m}, seto vivo {m}, cerco vivo {m}, sebe
hedge {n} (finance: contract or arrangement reducing exposure to risk) :: cobertura {f}
hedge fund {n} (unregistered investment fund) :: fondo de cobertura {m}
hedgehog {n} /ˈhɛdʒhɒɡ/ (animal) :: erizo {m}
hedgerow {n} (a row of closely planted bushes or trees forming a hedge) :: seto {m}
hedonism {n} /ˈhiːdənɪzəm/ (philosophy) :: hedonismo {m}
hedonist {n} /ˈhiːdənɪst/ (someone devoted to hedonism) :: hedonista {m}
-hedron {suffix} (solid figure) :: -edro {m}
Hedwig {prop} (female given name) :: Eduvigis, Eduviges {f}, Heduvigis {f}, Heduviges {f}
heed {v} /hiːd/ (to mind) :: importar
heed {v} (to pay attention) :: prestar atención, poner atención
heedful {adj} (taking heed) :: atento {m}
heedless {adj} /ˈhiːdləs/ (unaware, without noticing) :: negligente, inconsiderado, indiligente
hee-haw {n} (cry) :: rebuzno {m}
hee-haw {interj} /ˈhiː.hɔ̰̃ː/ (cry) :: rebuzno {m}
heel {n} /hiːl/ (anatomy: part of the foot) :: talón {m}
heel {n} (part of shoe) :: tacón {m}, taco {m} [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay]
heel {n} (last or lowest part of anything) :: pie {m}
heel {n} (end-piece of a loaf of bread) :: cuscurro {m}, mendrugo {m}
heel {v} (To follow at somebody's heels) :: seguir de cerca, poner talón o tacón a
heel bone {n} (heel bone) :: calcáneo {m}
Heffalump {n} /ˈhɛfəlʌmp/ (fictional elephant-like creature) :: efelante {m}
heft {n} /hɛft/ (weight) :: peso {m}
heft {n} (heaviness, the feel of weight) :: pesadez {f}
hefty {adj} /ˈhɛfti/ (heavy) :: pesado
hefty {adj} (powerfully or heavily built) :: robusto {m}
Hegel {prop} /ˈheɪɡəl/ (surname) :: Hegel
Hegelian {adj} /həˈɡeɪli.ən/ (of or pertaining to Hegel's ideas) :: hegeliano
hegemonic {adj} /hɛd͡ʒɪˈmɒnɪk/ (of or pertaining to hegemony) :: hegemónico
hegemony {n} /həˈdʒɛm.ə.ni/ (domination, influence, or authority over another) :: hegemonía {f}
he-goat {n} (billy goat) SEE: billy goat ::
hehe {interj} (sound of a giggle) :: jeje
heifer {n} /ˈhɛfɚ/ (young cow) :: becerra {f}, vaquilla {f}
heifer {n} (ugly or objectionable woman) :: bruja {f}, adefesio {m}
height {n} /haɪt/ (distance from bottom to top) :: altura
height {n} (height of a standing person or animal) :: estatura {f} [person], altura {f}
height {n} (highest point) :: cumbre {f}, cima {f}
Heilongjiang {prop} (Amur) SEE: Amur ::
Heimlich maneuver {n} (first aid procedure used to treat choking) :: maniobra de Heimlich {f}
heinous {adj} /ˈheɪnəs/ (totally reprehensible) :: atroz
heir {n} /ɛəɹ/ (one who inherits, or is designated to inherit, the property of another) :: heredero {m}
heir {n} (one who inherits, or has been designated to inherit, a hereditary title or office) :: heredero {m}
heir {n} (successor in a role) :: sucesor {m}
heir {n} :: heredero {m}, heredera {f}
heir apparent {n} (someone who will definitely inherit) :: heredero forzoso {m}, heredera forzosa {f}
heirloom {n} /ˈɛəɹ.lum/ (valued possession passed down through the generations) :: patrimonio {m}
heir presumptive {n} (one who inherits if no better choice is born) :: heredero presunto {m}, heredera presunta {f}
Heisenberg uncertainty principle {prop} (physical principle) :: principio de indeterminación de Heisenberg {m}
heist {n} /ˈhaɪst/ (a robbery or burglary) :: robo {m}
heist {v} (to steal, rob or hold up something) :: robar
háček {n} /ˈhɑtʃɛk]/ (háček diacritic) :: carón {m}, háček {m}
Hel {prop} (goddess of the realm of the dead) :: Hela {f}
Helen {prop} /ˈhɛlən/ ((Greek mythology) the daughter of Zeus and Leda) :: Helena
Helen {prop} (female given name) :: Elena
helical {adj} /ˈhɛlɪkəl/ (in the shape of a helix) :: helicoidal
heliciculture {n} (snail farming) :: helicicultura {f}
helicity {n} (physics: quantized spin component) :: helicidad {f}
helicopter {n} /ˈhɛlɨˌkɑptɚ/ (aircraft) :: helicóptero {m}, autogiro {m}
helictite {n} (speleothem) :: excéntrica {f}
helio- {prefix} (related to the sun) :: helio-
heliocentric {adj} /ˌhiːlioʊˈsɛntɹɪk/ (having the sun at the center) :: heliocéntrico
heliocentricism {n} (heliocentrism) SEE: heliocentrism ::
heliocentrism {n} :: heliocentrismo {m}
heliometer {n} (astronomical instrument for measuring the diameter of the sun) :: heliómetro {m}
heliopause {n} (boundary) :: heliopausa {f}
Helios {prop} /ˈhiːliɒs/ (god) :: Helios {m}
heliostat {n} (device to continuously reflect sunlight toward a predetermined target, almost always in some fixed direction, despite the sun's motions in the sky) :: heliostato {m}, helióstato {m}
heliotheism {n} (worship of the sun as a god) :: elioteísmo {m}
heliotherapy {n} (therapy) :: helioterapia {f}
heliotrope {n} /ˈhiːli.əˌtɹoʊp/ :: heliotropo {m}
heliotrope {n} (rock) SEE: bloodstone ::
heliotropism {n} (the property of some plants of turning under the influence of light) :: heliotropismo {m}
heliport {n} /ˈhɛlɪˌpoɹt/ (facility for helicopters) :: helipuerto {m}
heliportable {adj} (capable of being conducted by helicopter) :: helitransportable
helium {n} /ˈhiːli.əm/ (chemical element) :: helio {m}
helium star {n} (star which has lost its hydrogen) :: estrella de helio {f}
helix {n} /ˈhiːlɪks/ (curve) :: hélice {f}
hell {prop} /hɛl/ (abode for the condemned) :: infierno {m}
hell {n} (place of suffering in life) :: infierno {m}
hellebore {n} /ˈhelɪbɔːɹ/ (Any species of genus Helleborus) :: eléboro {m}
Hellen {prop} (mythological patriarch) :: Helén, Heleno
Hellenic {adj} (of or relating to the ancient Greek culture and civilization) :: helénico
Hellenic {adj} (of or relating to Hellas or the Hellenes) :: helénico
Hellenic Republic {prop} (official name of Greece) :: República Helénica {f}
Hellenisation {n} :: helenización {f}
Hellenistic {adj} /ˈhɛl.ən.ɪs.tɪk/ (of or relating to a period of Greek history) :: helenístico
Hellenistic {adj} (of or relating to a Hellenist) :: helenístico
Hellenize {v} (to become Hellenistic) :: helenizarse
Hellenize {v} (to make Hellenistic) :: helenizar
Hellespont {prop} /ˈhɛl.ɪs.pɑnt/ (strait connecting the Sea of Marmara with the Aegean Sea) :: Helesponto {m}
hell-for-leather {adv} :: a matacaballo
hellish {adj} /ˈhɛlɪʃ/ (causing pain, discomfort or distress) :: infernal
hellishly {adv} (in a hellish manner) :: malvadamente
hello {interj} /hɛˈloʊ/ (greeting) :: hola, buenos días, qué tal, buenas tardes
hello {interj} (when answering the telephone) :: aló [Latin America], bueno [Mexico], diga [Spain], dígame [Spain], hola [Argentina, Uruguay], oigo [Cuba], ¿sí? [Spain]
hello {interj} (is anyone there?) :: ¿aló?, ¡Hola! ¿Hay alguien? [Latin America]
hellspawn {n} (monster) SEE: monster ::
hellspawn {n} (fiend) SEE: fiend ::
helm {n} /hɛlm/ (steering apparatus of a ship) :: timón {f}
helm {n} (maritime: member of the crew in charge of steering) :: timonel {m} {f}
helmet {n} /ˈhɛlmɪt/ (protective head covering) :: casco {m}, yelmo {m}
helminth {n} (parasitic roundworm or flatworm) :: helminto {m}
helminthology {n} (branch of zoology related to study of helminths) :: helmintología {f}
helmsman {n} (he who is responsible for steering a ship) :: timonel {m}
helot {n} (serf, slave) SEE: slave ::
helot {n} (Spartan slave) :: ilota {m} {f}
help {n} /hɛlp/ (action given to provide assistance) :: ayuda {f}, socorro {m}, auxilio {m}
help {v} (transitive: provide assistance to (someone or something)) :: ayudar
help {interj} (cry of distress) :: socorro, auxilio
help desk {n} (a section of an organization to help customers or users) :: mesa de ayuda {f}
helper {n} /ˈhɛlpɚ/ (one who helps) :: ayudante {m} {f}, ayudador {m}
helpful {adj} /ˈhɛlp.fəl/ (furnishing help; giving aid; useful) :: servicial, útil
helping {n} (serving) SEE: serving ::
helping verb {n} (auxiliary verb) SEE: auxiliary verb ::
help is on the way {phrase} (help is on the way) :: la ayuda está en camino
helpless {adj} /ˈhɛlplɪs/ (unable to defend oneself) :: indefenso
helpless {adj} (unable to act without help) :: incapaz
helpless {adj} (uncontrollable) SEE: uncontrollable ::
helpmate {n} (A person who supplies help or companionship.) :: compañero {m}, ayudante {m} {f}
helpmate {n} (A wife or spouse.) :: compañera {f}
help oneself {v} (to help oneself) SEE: make use ::
Helsinki {prop} /hɛlˈsɪŋ.ki/ (the capital city of Finland) :: Helsinki
Helvetian {adj} (from the ancient country of Helvetia) :: helvético
Helvetii {prop} (Gallic tribe) :: Helvecios
hem {n} /hɛm/ (border of an article of clothing doubled back and stitched together) :: dobladillo {m}, bastilla {f}
hemangioma {n} (tumor) :: hemangioma {f}
hematite {n} (mineral) :: hematita {f}
hematocrit {n} /hɪˈmætəkɹɪt/ :: hematocrito {m}
hematogenesis {n} (hematopoiesis) SEE: hematopoiesis ::
hematologic {adj} (of or relating to hematology) :: hematológico
hematologist {n} (haematologist) SEE: haematologist ::
hematology {n} (study of blood and related organs) SEE: haematology ::
hematoma {n} /ˌhiməˈtoʊmə/ (swelling of blood from broken vessel) :: hematoma
hematopoiesis {n} /ˌhimətoʊ.pojˈisɪs/ (process by which blood cells are produced) :: hematopoyesis {f}
hemeralopia {n} :: hemeralopía
hemeralopic {adj} :: hemerálope
hemerology {n} /hɛməˈɹɒləd͡ʒi/ (study of calendars) :: hemerología {f}
hemiparesis {n} :: hemiparesia
hemiplegia {n} (total or partial inability to move one side of the body) :: hemiplejia {f}
hemipter {n} (insect) :: hemíptero {m}
hemisphere {n} /ˈhɛmɪsfɪəɹ/ (half of the Earth) :: hemisferio {m}
hemisphere {n} (any half-sphere) :: hemisferio {m}
hemisphere {n} (lobe of cerebrum) SEE: cerebral hemisphere ::
hemistich {n} (approximate half-line of verse) :: hemistiquio {m}
hemistich {n} (unfinished line of verse) :: hemistiquio {m}
hemlock {n} /ˈhɛmˌlɒk/ (tree) :: falso abeto {m}
hemlock {n} (poisonous plant of genus Conium) :: cicuta {f}
hemodynamic {adj} /himoʊdaɪˈnæmɪk/ (Of or pertaining to the circulation of blood in the body) :: hemodinámico
hemodynamics {n} /ˌhimoʊdaɪˈnæmɪks/ (circulation of blood) :: hemodinámica
hemoglobin {n} (the iron-containing substance in red blood cells that transports oxygen) :: hemoglobina {f}
hemolymph {n} (a circulating fluid in the bodies of some invertebrates) :: hemolinfa {f}
hemolysis {n} (destruction of red blood cell) :: hemolisis {f}, eritrocateresis {f}
hemoptysis {n} (expectoration of blood) :: hemoptisis {f}
hemorrhage {n} /ˈhɛməɹɪdʒ/ (release of blood; bleeding) :: hemorragia {f}
hemorrhagic {adj} (of, relating to, or producing hemorrhage) :: hemorrágico
hemorrhoid {n} /ˈhɛməɹɔɪd/ (perianal varicosity) :: hemorroide {f}, almorrana {f}
hemorrhoids {n} (haemorrhoids) SEE: haemorrhoids ::
hemostasis {n} /ˌhiːməˈsteɪsɪs/ (keeping blood inside a damaged vessel) :: hemostasia
hemp {n} /hɛmp/ (Cannabis sativa) :: cáñamo {m}, marihuana {f}
hemp milk {n} (milky liquid from hemp) :: leche de cáñamo {f}
hemstitch {n} (an embroidery stitch) :: vainica {f}
hen {n} /hɛn/ (female chicken) :: gallina {f}
hen {n} (female bird) :: ave hembra {f}
henbane {n} /ˈhɛnbeɪn/ (Hyoscyamus niger) :: beleño {m}
hence {adv} /ˈhɛns/ (from here) :: de aquí
hence {adv} (as a result, therefore) :: por lo tanto, por eso
hence {adv} :: de ahí
henceforth {adv} /hɛnsˈfɔɹθ/ (from now on) :: en adelante
henceforward {adv} (from now on) SEE: from now on ::
henchman {n} /ˈhɛntʃ.mən/ (a loyal and trusted follower or subordinate) :: secuaz {m}
henchman {n} (an assistant member of a criminal gang) :: esbirro {m}
hendecagon {n} (geometry) :: undecágono {m}
hendecasyllabic {adj} /hɛnˌdɛk.ə.sɪˈlæb.ɪk/ (having eleven syllables) :: endecasílabo
hendiadys {n} /hɛnˈdaɪ.ədɪs/ (figure of speech) :: hendíadis {f}, endíadis {f}
henhouse {n} (house for chickens to live in) :: gallinero {m}
henna {n} /hɛnə/ (dye) :: alheña {f}, henna {f}, hena
hen night {n} (party) SEE: bachelorette party ::
henotheism {n} /ˈhɛnəʊˌθiːɪz(ə)m/ (belief or worship) :: henoteísmo
hen party {n} (bachelorette party) SEE: bachelorette party ::
henpeck {v} /ˈhɛn.pɛk/ (to nag persistently) :: jorobar, fastidiar, importunar, hostigar, acosar, joder (very gross)
henpecked {adj} /ˈhɛnpɛkt/ (plagued or overwhelmed by one's wife) :: [Spain] calzonazos {m}, [Mexico] mandilón {m}, [Chile] macabeo {m}, [Bolivia, Río de la Plata] pollerudo {m}, [Peru] pisado, [Spain] calzonazos {m}, planchabragas {m}
Henrietta {prop} /hɛnˈɹiː.ɛt.ə/ (feminine form of Henry) :: Enriqueta
Henriette {prop} (female given name) SEE: Henrietta ::
henry {n} (SI unit for electrical inductance) :: henrio {m}
Henry {prop} /ˈhɛn.ɹi/ (given name) :: Enrique, Henrio
hentai {n} (a work of anime that contains sexual art (esp. manga or anime)) :: hentai {m}
heparin {n} (a glycosaminoglycan) :: heparina {f}
hepatic {adj} /hɛˈpætɪk/ (relating to the liver) :: hepático
hepatic {n} (compound) :: hepática {f}
hepatic {n} (liverwort) SEE: liverwort ::
hepatica {n} (plant in the genus Hepatica) :: hepática {f}
hepatitic {adj} (related to hepatitis) :: hepatítico
hepatitis {n} /ˌhɛpəˈtaɪ̯tɪs/ (liver inflammation) :: hepatitis {f}
hepatitis A {n} (acute form of hepatitis) :: hepatitis A {f}
hepatitis B {n} (acute form of hepatitis) :: hepatitis B {f}
hepatologist {n} (person who works in hepatology) :: hepatólogo {m}
hepatology {n} (study or treatment of the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas) :: hepatología {f}
hepatoportoenterostomy {n} (operation) :: hepatoportoenterostomía
Hephaestus {prop} /hɪˈfiːstəs/ (Greek god) :: Hefestos {m}, Hefesto {m}
heptagon {n} /ˈhɛp.tə.ɡɒn/ (A polygon with seven sides and seven angles) :: heptágono {m}
heptagonal {adj} /hɛpˈtæɡ ə nl/ (Having seven angles and sides) :: heptagonal, heptágono
heptahedron {n} (polyhedron with seven faces) :: heptaedro {m}
heptalogy {n} (A set of seven works of art that are connected) :: heptología {f}
heptane {n} (saturated aliphatic hydrocarbon: C7H16) :: heptano {m}
heptathlete {n} /ˈhɛp.tæθ.lit/ (athlete who competes in the heptathlon) :: heptatleta {m} {f}
heptathlon {n} (athletic contest) :: heptatlón {m}
heptose {n} (sugar containing seven carbon atoms) :: heptosa {f}
heptoxide {n} (oxide containing seven oxygen atoms) :: heptóxido {m}
her {determiner} /ɚ/ (belonging to) :: su
her {pron} (she) :: [after preposition] ella, [indirect object] le, [direct object] la
Hera {prop} /ˈhɪəɹə/ (queen of the gods, wife of Zeus) :: Hera {f}
Heracles {prop} /ˈhɛɹəkliːz/ (the son of Zeus, see also: Hercules) :: Heracles {m}, Héracles {m}
Heraclitus {prop} /ˌhɛɹ.əˈklaɪ.təs/ (given name) :: Heráclito {m}
herald {n} (a messenger, especially one bringing important news) :: heraldo
herald {n} (a harbinger giving signs of things to come) :: heraldo {m}
herald {n} (an official whose speciality is heraldry) :: heraldo {m}
herald {v} (announce) :: anunciar
heraldic {adj} (relating to the profession of devising and blazoning arms) :: heráldico {m}, heráldica {f}
heraldry {n} /ˈhɛɹ.əl.dɹi/ (the profession of devising and blazoning arms) :: blasón {m}, heráldica {f}
herb {n} /(h)ɝb/ (plant used to flavour food) :: hierba culinaria {f}
herb {n} (plant used in medicine) :: planta medicinal
herb {n} (slang: marijuana) :: hierba {f}
herbaceous {adj} /hɝˈbeɪ.ʃəs/ (botany: not woody) :: herbáceo
herbalism {n} ((obsolete) botany) SEE: botany ::
herbalist {n} (person who treats diseases by herbs) :: herbolario {m}, herbolaria {f}
herbarium {n} (collection of dried plants) :: herbario {m}
herbicide {n} (substance used to kill plants) :: herbicida {m}
herbivore {n} /ˈhɜːɹbɪvɔːɹ/ (plant-eating organism) :: herbívoro {m}
herbivorous {adj} /hɜːɹˈbɪvəɹəs/ (feeding only on plants) :: herbívoro
Herculaneum {prop} /ˌhɜɹkjəˈleɪni.əm/ (city in Italy) :: Herculano
Herculean {adj} /hɜːɹˈkjuːliən/ (of extraordinary might, power, size, etc.) :: hercúleo
Hercules {prop} /ˈhɝːkjəliːz/ (The Roman name of Heracles, see also: Heracles) :: Hércules {m}
Hercules {prop} (constellation) :: Hercules
herd {n} /hɜːd/ (a number of domestic animals assembled together under the watch or ownership of a keeper) :: manada {f} [small herd]
herd {n} (any collection of animals gathered or travelling in a company) :: hato {m}, rebaño {m}, manada {f}
herd {n} (a crowd, a mass of people; now usually pejorative) :: rebaño {m}
herd {v} (to unite or associate in a herd) :: conducir
herd {n} :: hato {m}, manada {f}, rebaño {m}
herd behaviour {n} (the tendency of a group of individuals (a herd) to react coherently without there being any coordination between them) :: comportamiento gregario {m}
herdsman {n} (a person who tends livestock, especially cows and sheep) :: pastor {m}, [if mounted and tending cows or bulls] vaquero {m}
here {adv} /hɪə(ɹ)/ (in, on, or at this place) :: aquí, acá
here {adv} (to this place) :: aquí, acá, hacia acá
here {n} (this place) :: aquí, acá
here {n} (this time, the present situation) :: aquí
here {n} :: aquí
hereafter {n} (existence after death) SEE: afterlife ::
hereafter {adv} (from now on) SEE: from now on ::
here and there {adv} (from time to time) SEE: from time to time ::
here and there {adv} (in one place and another) :: aquí y allí
hereby {adv} /hɪɹˈbaɪ/ (formal phrase) :: por este, por este medio, por la presente
hereditary {adj} /həˈɹɛdɪt(ə)ɹi/ (which is passed on as inheritance) :: heredado, hereditario
hereditary {adj} (of a title, honor or right: granted to somebody's descendant after that person's death) :: heredado, hereditario
hereditary {adj} (of a person: holding a hereditary title or rank) :: heredado, hereditario
hereditary {adj} (of a disease or trait: passed in the genes) :: hereditario
herein {adv} (within this content or context) :: aquí
here lies {phrase} (epitaph) :: aquí yace
hereof {adv} (translation) :: de esto, acerca de esto
heresiarch {n} /hɛˈɹiːzɪɑːk/ (founder of a heresy) :: heresiarca {m} {f}
heresy {n} /ˈhɛɹəsi/ (dissension from religious dogma) :: herejía {f}
heretic {n} /ˈhɛɹɨtɪk/ (someone who believes contrary to fundamentals) :: hereje {m} {f}
heretic {adj} (heretical) SEE: heretical ::
heretical {adj} /həˈɹɛtɪkəl/ (of or pertaining to heresy or heretics) :: hereje, herético
heretical {adj} (contrary to mainstream or accepted opinion) :: herético
hereto {adv} (so far) SEE: so far ::
heretofore {adv} /ˈhɪɹtəfɔɹ/ (up to the present time) :: anteriormente, previamente, hasta la fecha, hasta ahora
here you are {phrase} (said when handing something over) :: [informal] aquí tienes, [formal] aquí tiene
heritage {n} (property) :: herencia {f}
heritage {n} (tradition) :: acervo
Her Majesty {pron} (title of respect when referring to a queen) :: Su Majestad
Herman {prop} /ˈhɝmən/ (given name) :: Armando {m}
hermaphrodite {n} /hɝˈmæfɹədaɪt/ (individual or organism having both male and female gonads) :: hermafrodita {m} {f}
hermaphrodite {adj} (having both male and female gonads) :: hermafrodita
hermaphroditism {n} (state of having both male and female sexual organs) :: hermafroditismo {m}
Hermaphroditus {prop} /hɚˌmæf.ɹəˈdaɪ.təs/ (Greek god) :: Hermafrodito {m}
hermeneutical {adj} /hɝməˈn(j)uːtɨkəl/ (concerning hermeneutics) :: hermenéutico
hermeneutics {n} /hɜːɹməˈnjuːtɪks/ (art and science of text interpretation) :: hermenéutica {f}
Hermes {prop} /ˈhɝmiːz/ (Greek god Hermes) :: Hermes {m}
hermetic {adj} /hə(ɹ)ˈmɛtɪk/ (hermetically sealed) :: hermético
hermetically {adv} (hermetically) :: herméticamente
hermetically sealed {adj} (airtight) :: sellado herméticamente, cerrado herméticamente
Hermione {prop} /hɜɹˈmaɪ.ə.ni/ (Daughter of Helen and Menelaus, wife of Orestes) :: Hermione {f}
hermit {n} (religious recluse; eremite) :: ermitaño {m}
hermit {n} (recluse; someone who lives alone) :: ermitaño {m}
hermit {n} (bird) :: ermitaño {m}
hermit {n} (hermit crab) SEE: hermit crab ::
hermitage {n} (dwelling place of hermit) :: ermita {f}
hermit crab {n} (crustacean) :: cangrejo ermitaño {m}
hernia {n} (part of the body protruding abnormally through a tear or opening in an adjacent part) :: hernia {f}
herniate {v} :: herniarse
herniorrhaphy {n} (repair of a hernia by means of sutures) :: herniorrafía {f}
hero {n} /ˈhɪɹoʊ/ (person of great bravery) :: héroe {m}
Herod {prop} /ˈheɹəd/ (king) :: Herodes
Herodotus {prop} /həˈɹɑːdətəs/ (ancient historian) :: Heródoto
heroic {adj} /hɪˈɹoʊ.ɪk/ (of or relating to heroism) :: heroico
heroically {adv} (in a heroic manner) :: heroicamente
heroin {n} /ˈhɛɹoʊ.ɪn/ (powerful and addictive drug) :: heroína {f}
heroine {n} (female hero) :: heroína {f}
heroism {n} /ˈheɹoʊɪzəm/ (the qualities characteristic of a hero, the display of them) :: heroísmo {m}
heron {n} /ˈhɛ.ɹən/ (bird) :: garza {f}
herpes {n} /ˈhɝ.piz/ (viral disease) :: herpes {m} {f}, herpe {m} {f}
herpes simplex {n} (viral disease) :: herpes simple {m}
herpes zoster {n} (acute viral inflammation) :: herpes zóster {m}, culebrilla {f}, culebrina {f}
herpetologist {n} (one who studies reptiles, a reptile specialist) :: herpetólogo {m}
herpetology {n} /ˌhɜː.pɪ.ˈtɒ.lə.d͡ʒi/ (the branch of biology dealing with reptiles) :: herpetología {f}
herring {n} /ˈhɛɹɪŋ/ (fish in Clupea) :: arenque {m}
hers {pron} /ɚz/ (that which belongs to her) :: el suyo {m}, los suyos {m-p}, la suya {f}, las suyas {f-p}
herself {pron} /hɝˈsɛlf/ ((reflexive object) her) :: se, ella misma, sí misma
herself {pron} ((as intensifier) she) :: ella misma
hertz {n} /hɝts/ (the derived unit of frequency) :: hercio {m}, hertz {m} ({p}: hertz)
Hertzsprung-Russell diagram {n} (plot of the absolute magnitude of stars) :: diagrama de Hertzsprung-Russell {m}
he said, she said {n} (conflicting reports from two or more parties on an issue) :: dimes y diretes, Él dijo, ella dijo
Hesiod {prop} /ˈhiːsi.əd/ (Greek poet) :: Hesíodo
hesitant {adj} (tending to hesitate) :: vacilante, inseguro, titubeante
hesitate {v} /ˈhɛzɪteɪt/ (to stop or pause respecting decision or action) :: vacilar, dudar
hesitate {v} :: dudar
hesitation {n} /hɛzɪˈteɪʃən/ (act of hesitating) :: hesitación {f}, vacilación {f}
Hesperides {n} /hɛˈspɛɹɪdiːz/ (a group of nymphs) :: Hespérides {p}
hesperidium {n} (any of several kinds of berries) :: hesperidio {m}
Hesse {prop} (state) :: Hesse, Hessia
hessian {n} (a coarse fabric) :: arpillera {f}
he's unconscious {phrase} (he's unconscious) :: él está inconsciente
hetaera {n} /hɪˈtɪəɹə/ (mistress) :: hetera {f}, hetaira {f}
heteroatom {n} (non-carbon atom in a carbon structure) :: heteroátomo {m}
heteroblastic {adj} (developing from more than a single type of tissue) :: heteroblástico
heterochromia {n} (heterochromia) :: heterocromía {f}
heteroclite {n} /ˈhɛtəɹəʊklaɪt/ (A person who is unconventional) :: heteróclito
heterocycle {n} (organic chemistry: a heterocyclic compound or ring) :: heterociclo {m}
heterodox {adj} /ˈhɛtɛɹədɒks/ (of or pertaining to creeds, beliefs, or teachings that are different from the norm) :: heterodoxo
heterodoxy {n} /ˈhɛtɛɹədɒksi/ (the quality of being heterodox) :: heterodoxia {f}
heterogeneity {n} (composition of diverse parts) :: heterogeneidad
heterogeneity {n} (diversity) SEE: diversity ::
heterogeneous {adj} /hɛ.tə.ɹə.ˈdʒiː.niː.əs/ (diverse in kind) :: heterogéneo
heterogenous {adj} (heterogeneous) SEE: heterogeneous ::
heteronormative {adj} :: heteronormativo
heteronormativity {n} (heteronormativity) :: heteronormatividad {f}
heteronym {n} /ˈhɛt.ə.ɹoʊ.nɪm/ (word having the same spelling but different pronunciation) :: heterónimo {m}
heteronym {n} (fictitious character writing in a different style) :: heterónimo {m}
heteroscedasticity {n} /ˌhɛtɹoʊˈskɪdæsˈtɪsɪti/ :: heterocedasticidad {f}
heterosexism {n} (Discrimination in favor of heterosexuals) :: heterosexismo {m}
heterosexual {adj} /ˌhɛtəɹəˈsɛkʃuəl/ (sexually attracted to members of the opposite sex) :: heterosexual
heterosexual {n} (a heterosexual organism) :: heterosexual {m} {f}, hetero {m}
heterosexuality {n} (heterosexual orientation) :: heterosexualidad {f}
heterotroph {n} /ˈhɛɾəɹəˌtɹoʊf/ (organism) :: heterótrofo {m}, nutrición heterótrofa
heterotrophic {adj} (being a heterotroph) :: heterótrofo
heterozygous {adj} (Of an organism which has two different alleles of a given gene) :: heterocigótico
hetman {n} (a historical military commander in various Eastern European countries) :: hetman {m}
Hettangian {prop} (age/stage of the Jurassic period/system) :: Hettangiense
hetty {n} (heterosexual) :: hetero {m} {f}, buga {m} {f}
hetty {adj} (heterosexual) :: hetero {m} {f}, buga {m} {f}
heuristic {adj} /hjuˈɹɪstɪk/ (relating to general strategies or methods for solving problems) :: heurístico
heuristic {n} (heuristic method, heuristics) :: heurística {f}
hew {v} /hjuː/ (to chop away at; to whittle down; to mow down) :: cortar
hew {v} (to shape; to form) :: tallar, labrar
he who laughs last laughs best {proverb} /ˈhi hu ˈlæfs ˈlæst ˈlæfs ˈbɛst/ (success is better after you've endured ridicule) :: ríe bien el que ríe el último
he who laughs last laughs hardest {proverb} (he who laughs last laughs best) SEE: he who laughs last laughs best ::
he who smelt it dealt it {proverb} (a person calling attention to or complaining about a fart) :: el que lo huele, debajo lo tiene
he-wolf {n} /ˈhiːˌwʊlf/ (male wolf) :: lobo
hex {v} /hɛks/ (to put a hex on) :: hechizar
hexacosichoron {n} /hɛksəɪkoʊsɨˈkoʊɹɔn/ (four-dimensional object) :: hexacosicoron {m}
hexadecimal {n} /ˌhɛksəˈdɛsɪməl/ (number system with base 16) :: hexadecimal
hexadecimal {adj} (expressed in hexadecimal) :: hexadecimal
hexafluoride {n} (fluoride containing six fluroine atoms) :: hexafluoruro {m}
hexagon {n} /ˈhɛk.sə.ɡɑn/ (A polygon with six sides and six angles) :: hexágono {m}
hexagonal {adj} /hɛkˈsæɡənəl/ (geometry: having six edges, or having a cross-section in the form of a hexagon) :: hexagonal
hexahedron {n} /hɛksəˈhiːdɹən/ (polyhedron with six faces) :: hexaedro {m}
hexalogy {n} /hɛkˈsælədʒi/ (set of six works) :: hexalogía {f}
hexane {n} /ˈhɛkseɪn/ (aliphatic hydrocarbon: C6H14) :: hexano {m}
hexapod {n} (insect) SEE: insect ::
hexapod {n} /ˈhɛk.sə.pɑd/ (organism or being with six legs) :: hexápodo {m}
hexapod {n} (arthropod with six feet) :: hexápodo {m}
hexene {n} (the alkene C6H12) :: hexeno {m}
hexokinase {n} (enzyme) :: hexocinasa {f}, hexokinasa {f}, hexoquinasa {f}
hexose {n} (a sugar containing six carbon atoms) :: hexosa {f}
hexoxide {n} (oxide containing six oxygen atoms) :: hexóxido {m}
hey {interj} /heɪ/ (exclamation to get attention) :: oye, hey, ey, eh
hey {interj} (protest or reprimand) :: oye, hey, ey, eh
hey {interj} (expression of surprise) :: hey, ey, eh, oye
hey {interj} (informal greeting) :: hey, ey, eh, hola
hey {interj} (request for repetition or explanation) :: hey, ey, eh, oye
heyday {n} /ˈheɪdeɪ/ (a period of success, popularity or power) :: auge {m}
Hezbollah {prop} (Lebanese Shia islamic organisation) :: Hezbolá
HFCS {n} (high fructose corn syrup) :: JMAF {m}, AMAF {m}
hi {interj} /haɪ/ (friendly, informal greeting) :: hola
hiatus {n} /haɪˈeɪtəs/ (interruption, break or pause) :: pausa {f}
hiatus {n} (vacation) :: vacaciones {f-p}, descanso {m}
hiatus {n} (gap in geological strata) :: hiato {m}
hiatus {n} (anatomy: opening in an organ) :: hiato {m}
hiatus {n} (syllable break between two vowels) :: hiato {m}
hibernate {v} /ˈhaɪbəˌneɪt/ (winter sleep) :: hibernar
hibernation {n} (state of inactivity during winter) :: hibernación {f}, aletargamiento {m}, sueño invernal
hibiscus {n} /hɪˈbɪskəs/ (flower) :: hibisco {m}
hiccough {n} (hiccup) SEE: hiccup ::
hiccough {v} (hiccup) SEE: hiccup ::
hiccup {n} /ˈhɪkəp/ (spasm of the diaphragm) :: hipo {m}, singulto {m}
hiccup {v} (to hiccup) :: hipar
hiccups {n} /ˈhɪkəps/ (the condition of having hiccup spasms) :: hipo {m}
hick {v} (hiccup) SEE: hiccup ::
hick {n} /hɪk/ (country yokel or hillbilly) :: paleto {m}
hickey {n} /ˈhɪk.i/ (bruise-like mark) :: chupetón {m} [Spain], chupón {m} [Latin America], chupete {m} [Mexico, slang]
hickey {n} (referring to an object whose name is unknown or cannot be recalled) :: cacharro {m}, chisme {m}, vaina {f} [Caribbean, Central America, Colombia], coso {m} [River Plate region]
hickory {n} /ˈhɪkəɹiː/ (tree of genus Carya or Annamocarya) :: jicoria {f}, nogal americano {m}
hidalgo {n} /hɪˈdælɡəʊ/ (member of the Spanish nobility) :: hidalgo {m}
Hidalgo {prop} (state of Mexico) :: Hidalgo {m}
hidden {adj} /ˈhɪd(ə)n/ (that has been hidden) :: oculto {m}
hidden agenda {n} (wish (and plan) to implement a particular idea without telling anybody) :: agenda oculta {f}
hide {v} /haɪd/ ((transitive)) :: esconder, ocultar
hide {v} ((intransitive)) :: esconderse
hide {n} (skin of an animal) :: piel {f}, cuero {m}
hide and go seek {n} (hide and seek) SEE: hide and seek ::
hide and seek {n} (game) :: escondidas {f-p}, escondite {m}
hideous {adj} /ˈhɪd.iː.ʌs/ (extremely ugly) :: horrible, odioso, chocante, atemorizante, horrendo
hideous {adj} (distressing or offensive to the ear) :: discordante, ruidoso, estridente
hideous {adj} (hateful; shocking) :: odioso, chocante
hideout {n} /ˈhaɪdˌaʊt/ (A place to hide) :: guarida {f}, escondrijo {m}, escondite {m}
hie {v} /haɪ/ (to go in haste) :: apresurarse, darse prisa
hie {v} (to hurry (oneself)) :: apresurarse, darse prisa
hie {n} (haste) :: prisa
hierarchical {adj} /ˌhaɪˈɹɑːɹkɪkəl/ (Pertaining to a hierarchy) :: jerárquico
hierarchize {v} :: jerarquizar
hierarchy {n} /ˈhaɪə.ɹɑːɹ.kɪ/ (body of authoritative officials organised by rank) :: jerarquía {f}
hierarchy {n} (class of objects) :: jerarquía {f}
hieratic {adj} /ˌhʌɪəˈɹatɪk/ (of or pertaining to priests) :: hierático
hieratic {adj} (of or pertaining to the cursive writing system developed by ancient Egyptian priests) :: hierático
hieratic {adj} (extremely stylized, restrained or formal) :: hierático
hieroglyph {n} /ˈhaɪɹəˌɡlɪf/ (element of ideographic writing system) :: jeroglífico {m}
hieromonk {n} (monk of the Eastern Church who is also a priest) :: hieromonje {m}
Hieronymus {prop} (male given name) :: Hierónimo {m}
hierophany {n} /hɪ.əˈɹɒ.fə.ni/ (physical manifestation of the sacred) :: hierofanía
Higgs boson {n} (elementary particle) :: bosón de Higgs {m}
Higgs particle {n} (Higgs boson) SEE: Higgs boson ::
high {adj} /haɪ/ (elevated; tall) :: alto, elevado
high {adj} (acoustics: of greater frequency) :: alto {m}
high {adj} (slang: stoned) :: colocado, drogado
high {n} (period of euphoria) :: colocón {m}
high {n} (anticyclone) SEE: anticyclone ::
high-beam {n} (automobile's headlights adjusted to brighten a longer distance) :: luz larga {f}, luz de carretera {f}
highborn {adj} (of, pertaining to or befitting people of high social standing) :: de alta cuna
highbrow {adj} (highly cultured) :: intelectual, cultivado, élite
highchair {n} (elevated chair used for feeding babies) :: trona {f}
high-class {adj} (recognized for quality) :: de nivel alto, lujoso, exclusivo
high court {n} (supreme court) SEE: supreme court ::
high definition {n} (enhanced picture quality) :: alta definición {f}
higher being {n} (non-human life form believed to have power over human life) :: ser superior {m}
higher education {n} (education at university level or beyond) :: educación superior {f}
higher learning {n} (higher education) SEE: higher education ::
highfalutin {adj} /ˌhaɪ.fəˈlu.tɨn/ ((informal) self-important, pompous; arrogant or egotistical) :: pomposo {m}, creído {m}
high fidelity {n} (electronic system) :: alta fidelidad
high five {v} (to slap high five) :: chocar los cinco
high fructose corn syrup {n} (corn-based sweet syrup) :: jarabe de maíz de alta frucosa {m}, almíbar de maíz de alta frucosa {m}
High German {n} (any of a group of West Germanic languages) :: alto alemán {m}
high-handed {adj} (using power or authority without proper consideration for the feelings or rights of others) :: despótico, arrogante
high heels {n} (pair of shoes) :: tacones {m-p}
High Holidays {prop} (Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, collectively) :: Altas Fiestas {f-p}
high jump {n} (athletics event) :: salto de altura {m}
highland {n} /ˈhaɪlənd/ (mountainous land) :: tierras altas {f-p}
high-level language {n} (user-friendly programming language) :: lenguaje de alto nivel {m}
highlight {n} /ˈhaɪ.ˌlaɪt/ (hair dyed a different color) :: rizo {m}
highlight {n} :: enfatización, resalte
highlight {v} (to make prominent) :: resaltar, enfatizar, destacar, realzar
highlight {v} (to be a highlight of) :: resaltar
highlight {v} (to mark with a fluorescent marker) :: marcar, resaltar
highlight {v} :: resaltar, enfatizar
highlighter {n} (pen for highlighting) :: resaltador {m}
highlights {n} (event summary, focussing on important/consequential aspects) :: resumen {m}
highly {adv} /ˈhaɪli/ (extremely, greatly, awfully) :: altamente
Highness {n} (form of address) :: alteza {f}
high-priced {adj} (expensive) SEE: expensive ::
high priest {n} (clergyman) :: sumo sacerdote {m}
high priestess {n} (high priestess) :: sumo sacerdotisa {f}
high school {n} (secondary school) :: secundaria {f} [secondary], preparatoria {f}, bachillerato {m}
high seas {n} (regions of ocean far from shore) :: alta mar {f}
high season {n} (highest demand) :: temporada alta {f}
high-spirited {adj} (energetic) SEE: energetic ::
high street {n} (the main street of any town) :: calle principal {f}
hight {v} (call) SEE: call ::
hight {v} /haɪt/ (be called) :: llamarse
high tide {n} (the natural tide at its highest level) :: marea alta {f}
high tide {n} (the time of day when the sea has risen to its highest level) :: pleamar {f}, marea alta {f}
high treason {n} (Criminal disloyalty to one's country) :: alta traición {f}
high-voltage transmission line {n} /ˈhaɪvoʊltɪdʒ tɹænsˈmɪʃən laɪn/ (power transmission line) :: línea de alta tensión {f}
highway {n} /ˈhaɪweɪ/ (main public road) :: carretera {f}
highwayman {n} /ˈhaɪˌweɪmən/ (a person who robbed travelers on roads) :: bandolero {m}, salteador {m}
highwire walker {n} (acrobat who practices highwire walking) SEE: tightrope walker ::
hi-hat {n} (drum kit part) :: charles {m-s}, chaston {m-s}, contratiempo {m-s}, contratiempos {m-p}, hi-hat {m-s}
hijab {n} /hɪˈdʒɑːb/ (practice of wearing a headscarf) :: hiyab {m}
hijab {n} (headscarf) :: hiyab {m}, velo islámico {m}
hijack {v} /ˈhaɪ.dʒæk/ (to seize control of a vehicle) :: piratear
hijacker {n} /ˈhaɪˌdʒækəɹ/ (someone who hijacks) :: aeropirata {m} (of aeroplanes), secuestrador {m}
hijacking {n} (instance of such an act) SEE: hijack ::
Hijazi Arabic {prop} (the language) :: Árabe hiyazí
Hijra {n} /ˈhɪd͡ʒɹə/ (Muhammad's departure from Mecca) :: hégira {f}, héjira {f}
Hijra {n} :: hégira {f}, héjira {f}
hike {n} /haɪk/ (a long walk) :: caminata {f}
hiker {n} /ˈhaɪkɚ/ (One who hikes, especially frequently) :: caminante {m} {f}
hikikomori {n} (phenomenon) :: hikikomori {m}
hiking {n} /ˈhaɪkɪŋ/ (walking) :: senderismo {m}
hilarious {adj} /hɪˈleɹiəs/ (very funny; causing great merriment and laughter) :: hilarante
Hilda {prop} /ˈhɪldə/ (female given name) :: Hilda
hill {n} /hɪl/ (elevated location) :: cerro {m}, loma {f}, colina {f}, collado {m}, alcor
hillbilly {v} /ˈhɪlbɪli/ (someone who is from the hills) :: [slang, regional, Northern Mexico] chúntaro {m}
hillock {n} /ˈhɪl.ək/ (small hill) :: cerrito {m}, collado {m}, colina {f}, colineta, altozano, alcor {m}
hilly {adj} /ˈhɪli/ (abounding in hills) :: montuoso
hilt {n} /hɪlt/ (grip of a sword) :: empuñadura {f}, mango {m}
hilum {n} /ˈhaɪ.ləm/ ((botany) eye of a seed) :: hilo {m}
hilum {n} ((anatomy) porta of an organ) :: hilio {m}
him {pron} (he) SEE: he ::
him {pron} /əm/ (dative / indirect object) :: le
him {pron} (objective after preposition) :: él
him {pron} (accusative / direct object) :: lo
him {pron} :: le, a el
him {pron} (himself) SEE: himself ::
Himalayan {adj} (of or relating to the Himalayas) :: himalayo
Himalayan {n} (cat breed) :: gato himalayo {m}
Himalayan blackberry {n} (Rubus armeniacus) :: zarza himalayana {f}, zarza armeniana {f}
Himalayan Plateau {prop} (Tibetan Plateau) SEE: Tibetan Plateau ::
Himalayas {prop} /ˌhɪməˈleɪəz/ (a mountain range of south-central Asia) :: Himalaya
himself {pron} /hɪmˈsɛlf/ ((reflexive) male person as the previously mentioned object) :: él mismo, sí mismo
himself {pron} ((emphatic, exclusive) he) :: él mismo
hin {n} (Hebrew unit of measure) :: hin {m}
Hinche {prop} (Commune in Haiti) :: Hincha
hind {adj} /haɪnd/ (located at the rear) :: trasero {m}
hind {n} (female deer) :: cierva {f}
hindbrain {n} (hindbrain) :: rombencéfalo
hinder {v} /ˈhɪndɚ/ (to delay or impede movement) :: estorbar, impedir, entorpecer
hinder {v} (to make a task difficult) :: impedir, [formally] obstar, dificultar, estorbar
hinder {n} /ˈhaɪn.dɚ/ (slang: buttocks) :: nalgas {f-p}
Hindi {n} /ˈhɪndi/ (language) :: hindi {m}
hindlook {n} (afterlook) :: retrospectiva {f}
hindrance {n} (something which hinders) :: obstáculo, rémora
hindsight {n} /ˈhaɪndsaɪt/ (after-the-fact realisation or understanding) :: retrospectiva {f}, perspectiva {f}, noción/conocimiento "a posteriori"
hindsight {n} (the phrase "in hindsight") :: en retrospectiva, en perspectiva, "a posteriori", a toro pasado
hindsight is 20/20 {proverb} (in hindsight things are obvious that were not obvious from the outset) :: después de la batalla somos todos generales [after the battle we all are generals]
Hindu {adj} /ˈhɪnduː/ (of or relating to Hinduism) :: hindú
Hindu {adj} (of or relating to Hindus and their culture) :: hindú
Hindu {n} (religious adherent) :: hindú {m} {f}, hinduista {m} {f}
Hinduism {prop} /ˈhɪnduɪzəm/ (religion) :: hinduismo {m}
hinge {n} /ˈhɪndʒ/ (device for the pivoting of a door) :: bisagra {f}, gozne {m}, charnela {f}
hinge {v} (to attach by a hinge) :: abisagrar
hinge {v} (to depend on something) :: depender
hinge {n} (statistics: median of upper or lower half of a batch) SEE: quartile ::
hinge {n} (philately: paper rectangle for affixing postage stamps) SEE: stamp hinge ::
hinny {n} /ˈhɪ.ni/ (hybrid offspring of a male horse and a female donkey) :: burdégano {m}
hint {n} /hɪnt/ (clue) :: pista {f}, indicio {m}
hint {n} (tacit suggestion) :: indirecta {f}
hint {n} (tiny amount) :: toque {m}
hint {v} (express suggestively) :: dar un indicio
hip {n} /hɪp/ (joint) :: cadera {f}
hip bone {n} (bone) :: hueso de la cadera {m}, coxal {m}, hueso coxal {m}, hueso innominado {m}
hip flask {n} (pocket-size container for alcoholic beverages) :: petaca {f}
hip hip hooray {interj} (an exclamation of congratulations) :: hip hip hurra
hip hop {n} (popular urban culture) SEE: hip-hop ::
hip-hop {n} (urban youth culture) :: hip hop
hippie {n} /ˈhɪpi/ (1960s nonconformist) :: hippie {m}, hippy {m}
hippocampus {n} (mythological creature) :: hipocampo {m}
hippocampus {n} (brain region) :: hipocampo {m}
hippocaust {n} (hypocaust) SEE: hypocaust ::
Hippocrates {prop} /hɪˈpɒkɹəˌtiːz/ (an Ancient Greek male given name) :: Hipócrates
hippodrome {n} /ˈhɪpəˌdɹəʊm/ (horse racing course) :: hipódromo {m}, almidana
hippogriff {n} (creature) :: hipogrifo {m}
hippology {n} (study of horses) :: hipología
hippopotamid {n} (any member of the family Hippopotamidae) :: hipopotámido {m}
hippopotamus {n} /ˌhɪp.əˈpɒt.ə.məs/ (large African mammal) :: hipopótamo {m}
hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia {n} /ˌhɪ.pəˌpɒ.tə(ʊ)ˈmɒn.stɹə(ʊ)ˌsɛs.kwɪ.pɪˌdɑːl.ɪ.ə(ʊ)ˈfəʊ.bɪ.ə/ (the fear of long words) :: hipopotomonstrosesquipedaliofobia {f}, sesquipedaliofobia {f}
hipster {n} /ˈhɪp.stɚ/ (person interested in the latest trends) :: modernillo {m}, gafapasta {m} {f}, jípster {m}
hiragana {n} /ˌhɪ.ɹəˈɡæ.nə/ (Japanese syllabary) :: hiragana
Hiram {prop} (biblical character) :: Jirán
hircine {adj} /ˈhɝsɪn/ (of, pertaining to, or characteristic of goats) :: caprario {m}
hire {n} /haɪə/ (the state of being hired, or having a job; employment) :: alquiler {m}
hire {n} (a person who has been hired) :: empleado {m}
hire {v} (to employ) :: contratar
hire {v} :: alquilar, contratar, emplear
hirsute {adj} /hɚˈsut/ (hairy) :: peludo {m}, velludo {m}, hirsuto {m}
hirsutism {n} (excessive and increased hair growth) :: hirsutismo {m}
his {determiner} /ˈhɪz/ (attributive: belonging to him) :: su {s}, sus {p}
his {pron} (that which belongs to him) :: suyo {m-s}, suya {f-s}, suyos {m-p}, suyas {f-p}
His {pron} (belonging to God) :: su, de él
His Imperial Majesty {pron} (His Imperial Majesty) :: Su Majestad Imperial
His Majesty {pron} (title of respect used when referring to a king) :: Su Majestad
Hispanic {adj} /hɪˈspænɪk/ :: hispánico
Hispanic America {prop} (parts of the Americas which speak Spanish) :: Hispanoamérica, América Hispana, América Española
Hispanic American {adj} (Of or relating to Hispanic America) :: hispanoamericano {m}, hispanoamericana {f}
Hispanic American {n} (A native or inhabitant of Hispanic America) :: hispanoamericano {m}, hispanoamericana {f}
Hispanicism {n} /hɪˈspænɪsɪzm̩/ (a Spanish language item as it appears in another language) :: españolismo {m}, castellanismo {m}
Hispanicize {v} (Hispanize, hispanize) :: hispanizar, españolizar
Hispaniola {prop} (island in the Caribbean) :: La Española {f}
Hispanize {v} (Hispanicize) SEE: Hispanicize ::
Hispanophone {adj} (Spanish-speaking) :: hispanoparlante {m} {f}, hispanohablante {m} {f}
His Royal Highness {pron} (royal title) :: Su Alteza Real
hiss {n} /hɪs/ (sound made by a snake, cat, escaping steam, etc.) :: siseo {m}
hiss {n} (animal expression of disapproval) :: siseo {m}
hiss {v} (to make a hissing sound) :: sisear
histamine {n} /ˈhɪstəmiːn/ (an amine) :: histamina {f}
histidine {n} (essential amino acid; C6H9N3O2) :: histidina {f}
histogram {n} /ˈhɪstəˌɡɹæm/ (graphical display) :: histograma {m}
histological {adj} (pertaining to histology) :: histológico
histology {n} (study of microscopic structure) :: histología {f}
histone {n} /ˈhɪstəʊn/ (water-soluble protein) :: histona
historian {n} /hɪˈstɔɹi.ən/ (writer of history) :: historiador {m}, historiadora {f}
historian {n} (person who studies history) :: historiador {m}, historiadora {f}
historic {adj} (historical) SEE: historical ::
historic {adj} /(h)ɪˈstɔːɹɪk/ (having significance in history) :: histórico
historical {adj} /hɪˈstɔːɹɪkəl/ (pertaining to history) :: histórico
historical linguistics {n} (the scientific study of language change) :: lingüística histórica {f}, lingüística diacrónica {f}
historically {adv} (in a historic manner) :: históricamente
historicism {n} (theory that relates events to historical context) :: historicismo
historiographer {n} /hɪˌstɔɹiˈɑɡɹəfəɹ/ (historiography scholar) :: historiógrafo {m}, historiógrafa {f}
historiography {n} /hɪˌstɔɹiˈɑɡɹəfi/ :: historiografía {f}
history {n} /ˈhɪstəɹi/ (aggregate of past events) :: historia {f}
history {n} (branch of knowledge that studies the past) :: historia {f}
history {n} (record or narrative description of past events) :: historia {f}
history {n} (medicine: list of past and continuing medical conditions) :: antecedentes {m-p}, historia clínica {f}, historial {m}, anamnesis
history {n} (computing: record of previous user events) :: historia {f}, historial {m}, registro {m}
histrionic {adj} /hɪstɹiːˈɒnɪk/ (of or relating to actors or acting) :: histriónico
histrionic {adj} (excessively dramatic or emotional) :: histriónico
histrionic personality disorder {n} :: trastorno histriónico de la personalidad {m}
histrionics {n} /hɪstɹiˈɑnɪks/ (exaggerated, overemotional behaviour) :: histrionismo {m}, teatralismo
hit {v} /hɪt/ (to give a blow) :: golpear, pegar, batir, dar
hit {v} (to come into contact with forcefully and suddenly) :: dar, chocar
hit {v} (to manage to touch in the right place) :: acertar
hit {adj} (blow, punch) :: golpe {m}
hit {adj} (success, especially in the entertainment industry) :: éxito {m}
hit {adj} (computing, Internet: positive result of a search) :: acierto {m}, resultado
hit {v} (to hit) SEE: strike ::
hit and run {n} (the crime of causing an accident and leaving) :: delito de fuga {f}
hit a snag {v} (to encounter an unexpected problem or delay) :: encontrar un problema inesperado
hitch {n} /hɪtʃ/ (problem, delay or source of difficulty) :: inconveniente {m}, contratiempo {m}
Hitchcock {prop} (transliterations of the surname) :: Hitchcock
hitchhike {v} /ˈhɪtʃhaɪk/ (to try to get a ride in a passing vehicle while standing at the side of a road) :: [Colombia] echar dedo , [especially Spain] hacer autostop, [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Spain, Uruguay] hacer dedo, [Ecuador] jalar dedo, [Mexico, El Salvador] pedir aventón , [Dominican Republic] pedir bola , [Panama] pedir bote , [Cuba] pedir botella, [Colombian Caribbean Coast] pedir chance, [Venezuela] pedir cola, [Guatemala, Honduras] pedir jalón , [Panama] pedir lift , [Puerto Rico] pedir pon , [Mexico, El Salvador, Nicaragua] pedir raid , [Costa Rica - 'ride' pronounced 'raid'] pedir ride , [Peru] tirar dedo
hitchhiker {n} (a person who hitchhikes) :: autoestopista {m} {f}, autostopista {m} {f}
hither {adv} /ˈhɪðɚ/ (to here) :: aquí, acá
hither {adj} (on this side) :: de más aquí, más cercano
hitherto {adv} /ˈhɪðɚˌtu/ (up to this time) :: hasta ahora, hasta aquí, hasta este momento, en ese entonces
hit it and quit it {v} (to have a sexual encounter for physical gratification, and discard the company immediately thereafter) :: aquí te pillo, aquí te mato
hit it off {v} (develop an amicable relationship) :: simpatizar
Hitler {prop} (Austrian surname held by Adolf Hitler) :: Hitler {m}
Hitlerism {n} (political philosophy of Hitler) :: hitlerismo {m}
hitman {n} (contract killer) :: sicario {m}, asesino a sueldo {m}
hit point {n} (A unit of damage) :: punto de resistencia {m}, punto de vida {m}, punto de golpeo {m}, punto de salud {m}
hitpoint {n} (hit point) SEE: hit point ::
hit the gas {v} (go faster) :: acelerar a fondo, acelerar
hit the ground running {v} (begin an activity immediately and with full commitment) :: comenzar a ejecutar
hit the hay {v} (to go to bed) :: planchar la oreja, empiltrarse
hit the jackpot {v} (to receive a favorable outcome, by luck) :: sacarse la lotería, sacarse el gordo
hit the nail on the head {v} (identify something exactly) :: dar en el blanco, dar en el clavo
Hittite {n} /ˈhɪtaɪt/ (person) :: hitita, hetita, heteo
Hittite {prop} (language) :: hitita {m}
Hittite {adj} (of or relating to the Hittite people, language or kingdom) :: hitita
HIV {n} /ˌeɪtʃ.aɪˈviː/ (human immunodeficiency virus) :: VIH {m}
hive {n} (a box or basket for the reception and habitation of a swarm of honeybees) SEE: beehive ::
hives {n} (medical condition) SEE: urticaria ::
HIV negative {adj} (not having HIV) :: VIH negativo
HIV positive {adj} (infected by the HIV virus) :: VIH positivo {m}
hmm {interj} /hm̩/ (indicating thinking or pondering) :: hmm (can sometimes sound "huh")
Hmong {n} /h(ə)ˈmɑŋ/ (people) :: miao
hnn {interj} (indicating thinking or pondering) SEE: hmm ::
ho {n} /hoʊ/ (whore) :: prostituta {f}
hoard {n} /hɔɹd/ (hidden supply) :: acaparamiento {m}, tesoro {m}, guardado {m}, bien oculto {m}
hoard {n} (archeology: cache of valuable objects) :: tesoro {m} (arqueológico)
hoard {v} (to amass) :: acaparar, amasar, atesorar {m}
hoarder {n} /ˈhɔɹdɚ/ (one who hoards) :: acaparador {m}, acaparadora {f}
hoarfrost {n} (frozen dew drops) :: escarcha {f}, helada blanca {f}
hoarse {adj} /hɔɹs/ (afflicted by a dry, quite harsh voice) :: ronco, afónico
hoary {adj} /hɔɹ.i/ (white or gray with age) :: cano {m}, cana {f}
hoatzin {n} /wɑːtˈsiːn/ (bird, Opisthocomus hoazin) :: hoacín {m}, hoatzín {m}, chenchena {f} [Llanos], shansho {m} [Peru], guacharaca de agua {f} [Venezuela]
hoax {n} /hoʊks/ (anything deliberately intended to deceive or trick) :: bulo {m}, filfa {f}
hobber {n} /ˈhɒbə(ɹ)/ (hobbing machine) :: dentadora {f}
hobbit {n} (fictional small humanoid creature) :: hobbit {m}
hobble {n} (Short straps tied between the legs of unfenced horses) :: manea {f}
hobble {v} (To restrict a horse with hobbles) :: manear
hobby {n} /ˈhɑ.bi/ (activity done for enjoyment in spare time) :: pasatiempo {m}, hobby {m}, afición {f}
hobby {n} (Falco subbuteo) :: alcotán {m}
hobnail {n} (short nail with a thick head) :: tachuela {f}
hobo {n} /ˈhəʊ.bəʊ/ :: vagabundo
Ho Chi Minh {prop} (Ho Chi Minh City) SEE: Ho Chi Minh City ::
Ho Chi Minh City {prop} (largest city of Vietnam) :: Ciudad Ho Chi Minh
hock {v} /hɑk/ (leave with a pawnbroker as security) :: empeñarse
hockey {n} /ˈhɒki/ (the sport) :: hockey {m}
hodgepodge {n} /ˈhɑdʒˌpɑdʒ/ (collection of miscellaneous things; a jumble) :: mezcolanza {f}
hoe {n} /hoʊ/ (agricultural tool) :: azada {f}, azadón {m}
hoe {v} (to use the gardening tool) :: azadonar
hog {n} /hɑɡ/ (animal of the family Suidae) :: puerco {m}, cerdo {m}
hog {n} (greedy person) :: codicioso {m}
hog {n} (large motorcycle) :: motaza {f}
hog {v} (to greedily take more than one's share, to take precedence at the expense of another or others) :: racanear, acaparar, chupar
hogherd {n} (swineherd) SEE: swineherd ::
hog millet {n} (proso millet) SEE: proso millet ::
hogshead {n} /ˈhɒɡzˌhɛd/ (cask) :: bocoy {m}
Hogwarts {prop} /ˈhɒɡ.wɔːɹts/ (fictional school for learning magic) :: Hogwarts
hogwash {n} (nonsense) :: tonterías {f-p}
ho, ho, ho {interj} (a laugh or chuckle, most associated with Santa Claus) :: jo, jo, jo {m}
hoiho {n} (yellow-eyed penguin) SEE: yellow-eyed penguin ::
hoi polloi {n} (elite) SEE: elite ::
hoi polloi {n} /ˌhɔɪ pəˈlɔɪ/ (the common people) :: populacho {m}, plebe {f}
hoisin sauce {n} (sauce used in Chinese cooking) :: salsa hoisin {f}
hoist {v} /hɔɪst/ (transitive: to raise; to lift; to elevate) :: izar
hoist {n} (hoisting device) :: aparejo {m}, polipasto {m}, polispasto {m}
hoist by one's own petard {adj} (be hurt by one's own plot) :: una cucharada de su propia medicina
hoity-toitily {adv} /ˌhɔɪ.tiˈtɔɪ.tɪ.li/ (in a pompous or snobbish manner) :: pomposamente
hokey {adj} (corny, overly sentimental) :: cursi {p}
Hokkaido {prop} (a northern largest island of Japan, or a prefecture based in itself) :: Hokkaido, Hokkaidō
Hokkien {prop} (Min Nan) SEE: Min Nan ::
hold {v} /hoʊld/ (to grasp) :: aguantar, agarrar, sujetar, sostener, tomar, tener
hold {v} (to contain) :: contener
hold {v} (to keep possession) :: sostener, sujetar
hold {v} (to reserve) :: reservar
hold {v} (to cause to wait) :: mantener
hold {v} (to detain) :: detener
hold {v} (to maintain, to consider) :: mantener
hold {v} (to organise an event or meeting) :: sostener
hold {n} (grasp) :: agarre
hold {n} (wrestling grip) :: presa
hold down {v} (to restrain) :: retener, sujetar, detener
hold down {v} (to continue to hold) :: seguir en, conservar, mantenerse en
hold off {v} (to delay someone or something) :: posponer, retrasar
hold off {v} (to delay commencing) :: posponer
hold off {v} (To delay commencing an action) :: posponer
hold one's ground {v} (stand one's ground) SEE: stand one's ground ::
hold one's horses {v} (idiomatic: to be patient) :: apaciguar sus aguas (to calm one's waters)
hold one's tongue {v} (refrain from talking about something, see also: shut up) :: callarse, guardar silencio, mantener la boca cerrada, morderse la lengua, cerrar el pico
hold out {v} (to hold) :: tender
hold out {v} (endure) :: aguantar
hold out {v} (withhold something) :: retener
hold out {v} (to save something for later) :: guardar
hold the cards {v} (To be in a strong position) :: tener la sartén por el mango
hold up {v} (to wait or delay) :: aguaitar [Am.], esperar
hold up {v} (to support or lift) :: sostener
hold up {v} (to fulfil / fulfill or complete one's part of an agreement) :: mantener, cumplir
hole {n} (pit) SEE: pit ::
hole {n} /hoʊl/ (hollow in some surface) :: hueco {m}, agujero {m}, hoyo {m}
hole {n} (opening in a solid) :: [Spain] agujero {m}, hoyo {m}
hole {n} (portion of a game of golf) :: hoyo {m}
hole {v} (to destroy) SEE: destroy ::
hole in one {n} (in golf) :: hoyo en uno {m}
hole punch {n} (tool) :: perforadora {f}, máquina perforadora {f}
holey {adj} (containing holes) :: ojoso
holiday {n} /ˈhɑləˌdeɪ/ (day on which a festival etc. is traditionally observed) :: festividad {f}, fiesta {f}
holiday {n} (day declared free from work by the government) :: día feriado {m}
holiday {n} (period of one or more days taken off work for leisure and often travel) :: vacación {f}, vacaciones {f-p}
holiday home {n} (second home) :: casa de vacaciones {f}
holiness {n} (state or condition of being holy) :: santidad {f}
holism {n} (theory or belief that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts) :: holismo {m}
holistic {adj} /hoʊˈlɪs.tɪk/ :: holístico
holland {n} (coarse cloth) :: holanda {f}
Holland {prop} /ˈhɒlənd/ (the Netherlands, see also: Netherlands) :: Holanda {f}, (los) Países Bajos {m-p}
Holland {prop} (a region of The Netherlands) :: Holanda {f}
holler {n} /ˈhɑ.ləɹ/ (A yell, shout) :: grito {m}
holler {v} (to yell, shout) :: gritar
holler {v} (to call out one or more words) :: gritar
hollow {n} (hollow in some surface) SEE: hole ::
hollow {n} /ˈhɑ.loʊ/ (sunken area) :: depresión {m}, hondonada {m}
hollow {n} (feeling of emptiness) :: hueco {m}, vacío {m}
hollow {adj} (having an empty space inside) :: hueco, ahuecado, hundido
hollow {adj} (echoing, reverberating, as if in a hollow space) :: resonante {m}, sordo {m}
hollow {adj} (without substance) :: hueco {m}, falso {m}
hollow leg {n} /ˌhɑ.loʊ ˈlɛɡ/ (capacity to eat large quantities) :: tener gazuza, tener carpanta, ser un tragaldabas
hollow leg {n} (ability or tendency to drink large quantities of alcohol) :: beber como un pez
hollow of the knee {n} (shallow depression located at the back of the knee joint) SEE: poplit ::
hollow out {v} (make hollow) :: ahuecar
holly {n} /ˈhɑli/ (any of various shrubs or small trees of the genus Ilex) :: acebo {m}
hollyhock {n} (plant) :: malva real, malva arbórea, malva rósea, malva loca, malvarrosa
Hollywood {prop} (area of Los Angeles) :: Hollywood {m}
Hollywood {prop} (the American motion picture industry) :: Hollywood {m}
Holmesian {adj} (Of or pertaining to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.) :: holmesiano {m}
holmium {n} /ˈhoʊlmiəm/ (chemical element) :: holmio {m}
holm oak {n} (evergreen tree, Quercus ilex) :: encina {f}
holo- {prefix} (whole) :: holo-
holocaust {n} /ˈhɑləkɔst/ (sacrifice to a god) :: holocausto {m}
Holocaust {prop} /ˈhɑləkɔst/ (the mass murder of 6 million Jews by Nazi Germany) :: Holocausto {m}, Shoá
Holocaust {prop} :: Holocausto {m}
hologram {n} (three-dimensional image created by holography) :: holograma {m}
holograph {n} (hologram) SEE: hologram ::
holographic {adj} (in the form of a hologram or holograph) :: holográfico
holomictic {adj} (having layers of water that intermix) :: holomíctico
holonym {n} (term that denotes a whole) :: holónimo {m}
holotropic {adj} /ˈhɒləˌtɹɒpɪk/ :: holotrópico
holotype {n} (single physical example or illustration of an organism used to describe the taxon) :: holotipo {m}
holster {n} (case for carrying a gun) :: pistolera {f}
holus-bolus {adv} (all together, unmodified) :: completamente, totalmente
holy {adj} /ˈhoʊli/ (dedicated to a religious purpose) :: santo, sagrado
holy {adj} (revered in a religion) :: santo
Holy Book {prop} (Holy Writ) SEE: Holy Writ ::
Holy Father {prop} (Pope) :: Santo Padre {m}
Holy Ghost {prop} (aspect of the Holy Trinity) SEE: Holy Spirit ::
holy grail {n} (distant, near impossible goal) :: santo grial
Holy Grail {prop} (artifact in Christian mythology) :: Santo Grial {m}
Holy Land {prop} (that part of Asia in which most Biblical events are set) :: Tierra Santa {f}
Holy Prepuce {n} (Holy Prepuce) :: Santo Prepucio {m}
Holy Roman Empire {prop} (state) :: Sacro Imperio Romano {m}
Holy Saturday {n} (the Saturday immediately after Good Friday) :: Sabado Santo
Holy See {prop} (episcopal see of the Catholic Church) :: Santa Sede
holy shit {interj} /ˈhoʊli ʃɪt/ (expression of surprise or the like) :: ¡mierda!, ¡me cago en la leche!, ¡me cago en Dios!, ¡hostia!
Holy Spirit {prop} (Christian: aspect of the Holy Trinity) :: Espíritu Santo {m}
Holy Thursday {prop} (Maundy Thursday) SEE: Maundy Thursday ::
Holy Thursday {prop} (Ascension Day) SEE: Ascension Day ::
holy war {n} (primarily religious war) :: guerra santa {f}
holy water {n} (water, sanctified) :: agua bendita {f}
holy water sprinkler {n} (aspergillum) SEE: aspergillum ::
Holy Week {prop} (week preceding Easter) :: Semana Santa {f}, Semana de Turismo [officially in Uruguay]
Holy Writ {n} (Bible) :: Sagrada Escritura {f}, Sagradas Escrituras {f-p}, Biblia {f}
Holy Writ {n} (Christian sacred writings) :: Sagradas Escrituras {f-p}
homage {n} /ˈhɑmɪdʒ/ (demonstration of respect) :: homenaje {m}
homage {n} :: homenaje {m}
home {n} /hoʊm/ (house or structure in which someone lives) :: hogar {m}
home {n} (someone’s native land) :: patria {f}
home {n} (childhood or parental home) :: hogar
home {n} :: hogar
home {adv} (at home) :: en casa
home {adv} (homewards) :: a casa
home automation {n} :: domótica
homebody {n} (person who likes to stay home) :: casero {m}
homeboy {n} /ˈhoʊm.bɔɪ/ (male from one's youth gang) :: compinche {m} {f}
homebrewed {adj} (homemade) SEE: homemade ::
home cinema {n} (theatre-quality movie system at home) :: cine en casa {m}, cine hogareño
homecoming {n} /ˈhoʊm.ˌkʌmɪŋ/ (the act of returning home) :: regreso a casa {m}
home country {n} (country where a person was born and raised) :: patria {f}
homegrown {adj} (Grown at home) :: casero
homeland {n} (country which one regards as home) :: patria {f}, terruño {m}
homeland {n} (one's country of birth) :: tierra natal {f}
homeless {adj} /ˈhoʊmlɪs/ (lacking a permanent residence) :: sin hogar, vagabundo, desalojado, sintecho, sin techo
homelessness {n} (state of being homeless) :: sinhogarismo {m}
homely {adj} /ˈhoʊmli/ (characteristic of or belonging to home) :: hogareño
homemade {adj} (made at home) :: hecho en casa, casero, hechizo {m} [colloquial, Mexico]
homeo- {prefix} :: homeo-
Home Office {prop} (ministry responsible for internal affairs) :: Ministerio del Interiro {m}
homeopathic {adj} (of or pertaining to homeopathy) :: homeopático {m}, homeopática {f}
homeopathy {n} /ˌhomiˈɑpəθi/ (system of treating diseases with very small amounts) :: homeopatía {f}
homeostasis {n} /ˌhoʊmioʊˈsteɪsɪs/ (ability to stabilize internal environment) :: homeostasis {f}
homeostatic {adj} /ˌhomioˈstætɪk/ (of or pertaining to homeostasis) :: homeostático
homeowner {n} (someone who owns a house) :: dueño de casa {m}, dueña de casa {f}
home page {n} /ˈhoʊmpeɪdʒ/ (main or first page of a website) :: página de inicio {f}, página principal
homer {n} (four-base hit) SEE: home run ::
homer {n} (homing pigeon) SEE: homing pigeon ::
Homer {prop} /ˈhoʊməɹ/ (Ancient Greek poet) :: Homero {m}
Homer {prop} (A male given name) :: Homero {m}
Homeric {adj} /həʊˈmɛɹɪk/ (resembling or relating to the epic poetry of Homer) :: homérico
home run {n} ((baseball) four-base hit) :: jonrón {m}, cuadrangular [slang]
home school {n} (boarding school) SEE: boarding school ::
Home Secretary {n} (minister responsible for law and order) :: Ministro de Interior {m}
homesickness {n} (missing one's home or family) :: nostalgia {f}, añoranza {f}
homestead {n} /ˈhoʊmˌstɛd/ (place that is one's home) :: hacienda {f}
home stretch {n} (final stretch of a race) :: recta final {f}
home stretch {n} (idiomatic: final part of a distance or effort) :: recta final {f}
homestretch {n} (final stretch of a race track) SEE: home stretch ::
home sweet home {n} /hoʊm swiːt hoʊm/ (Nice, comfortable home) :: hogar, dulce hogar
home teaching {n} (a priesthood responsibility) :: orientación familiar {f}
home theater {n} (home cinema) SEE: home cinema ::
hometown {n} (place of birth or residence) :: pueblo natal {m} , ciudad de orígen {f} , patria chica
homework {n} /ˈhəʊmˌwɜːk/ (work that is done at home) :: deberes {m-p} [Argentina, Spain, Uruguay], tarea {f} [Latin America]
homework {n} (preliminary or preparatory work) :: tarea {f}
homicide {n} /ˈhoʊməsaɪd/ (the killing of one person by another) :: homicidio {m}
homicide {n} (a person who kills another) :: homicida {m} {f}, victimario
homie {n} /ˈhəʊmi/ (a friend; somebody one often hangs out with) :: [Mexico] cuate {m}, socio {m}, [Latin America] compadre {m}, [Latin America] compinche, [slang, regional, Sinaloa] camarada {m}, [cuba] consorte
homily {n} /ˈhɒmɪli/ (sermon) :: homilía {f}
homily {n} (platitude) SEE: platitude ::
homing pigeon {n} (domesticated rock pigeon with strong homing instinct) :: paloma mensajera {f}
hominid {n} (primate of the taxonomic family Hominidae) :: homínido {m}
hominy {n} /ˈhɒmɨni/ (a food made from hulled maize) :: nixtamal {m}
homo- {prefix} (Same) :: homo-
homocapitalism {n} (capitalist appropriation and assimilation of sexual diversity) :: gaypitalismo {m}
homocapitalist {n} :: gaypitalista
Homocaust {prop} (mass murder or persecution of homosexuals) :: homocausto {m}
homoerotic {adj} (homosexual) SEE: homosexual ::
homoerotic {adj} /ˌhoʊmoʊəˈɹɑtɪk/ (arousing homosexual desire) :: homoerótico {m}
homoerotic {adj} (pertaining homosexuality) :: homoerótico {m}
homogeneity {n} /ˌhoʊ.mə.dʒəˈniː.ə.ti/ (quality of being homogeneous) :: homogeneidad {f}
homogeneous {adj} /ˌhoʊ.moʊˈdʒiː.njəs/ (of the same kind; alike, similar) :: homogéneo
homogeneous {adj} (having the same composition throughout) :: homogéneo
homogeneously {adv} (in a homogeneous manner) :: homogéneamente
homograph {n} /ˈhɑːməɡɹæf/ (word with the same spelling but different meaning) :: homógrafo {m}
homologous {adj} (showing a degree of correspondence) :: homólogo
homologous {adj} ((biology) corresponding to a similar structure in another life form) :: homólogo
homologous {adj} ((chemistry) belonging to a series of aliphatic organic compounds) :: homólogo
homologous {adj} ((genetics) having the same morphology as another chromosome) :: homólogo
homology {n} (chemistry: relationship between the elements in the same group of the periodic table) :: homología
homology {n} (genetics: presence of the same series of bases in related genes) :: homología
homonationalism {n} :: homonacionalismo {m}
homonym {n} /ˈhä-mə-ˌnim/ (word with the same sound or spelling but different meaning) :: homónimo {m}
homonymous {adj} (having the same name) :: homónimo
homonymous {adj} (pertaining to a homonym) :: homónimo
homonymy {n} (property of being a homonym) :: homonimia {f}
homophobe {n} /ˈhɒməˌfəʊb]/ (person who is prejudiced against homosexuals and homosexuality) :: homófobo {m}, homófoba {f}, homofóbico {m}, homofóbica {f}
homophobia {n} /ˌhɒ.məˈfəʊ.bi.ə/ (fear, dislike, or hate of homosexuals) :: homofobia {f}
homophobic {adj} (characteristic of homophobia) :: homofóbico {m}, homofóbica {f}, homófobo {m}, homófoba {f}
homophone {n} (words with the same pronunciation) :: homófono {m}, homófona {f}
homoscedasticity {n} /hoʊmoʊsɪdæsˈtɪsɪti/ (property of a set of random variables) :: homocedasticidad {f}
homosexual {adj} /ˌhɒməʊˈsɛksjuːəl/ (sexually attracted solely or primarily to the same sex) :: homosexual
homosexual {n} (person who is attracted solely or primarily to others of the same sex) :: homosexual {m} {f}
homosexuality {n} (sexual orientation) :: homosexualidad {f}, homosexualismo {m}
homospore {n} (plant producing uniform spores) :: homospora {f}
homotopic {adj} ((topology) such that there is an interval of maps joining one to the other) :: homotópico
homozygous {adj} /ˌhəʊməʊˈzaɪɡəs/ (of an organism in which both copies of a given gene have the same allele) :: homocigótico
homunculus {n} /həˈmʌŋkjələs/ (little man) :: homúnculo {m}
Honduran {n} (Person from Honduras) :: hondureño {m}, [colloquial] catracho {m}
Honduran {adj} (Pertaining to Honduras) :: hondureño, [colloquial] catracho
Honduras {prop} /hɑnˈdʊɹ.əs/ (a country in Central America) :: Honduras
hone {n} /hoʊn/ (sharpening stone) :: asperón {m}, afiladera {f}, aguzadera {f}, amoladera {f}, muela {f}
hone {v} (to sharpen with a hone) :: afilar, aguzar, amolar
honest {adj} /ˈɑnɪst/ (scrupulous with regard to telling the truth) :: honesto, sincero
honestly {adv} (in an honest manner) :: honestamente, francamente
honesty {n} /ˈɑːnəsti/ (quality of being honest) :: honradez {f}, sinceridad {f}, honestidad
honesty is the best policy {proverb} :: honestidad es la mejor política
honey {n} /ˈhʌni/ (sweet substance produced by bees) :: miel {f}
honey {n} (something sweet or desirable) :: dulzura {f}
honey {n} (term of affection) :: cariño, tesoro {m}, cari
honey {n} (colour) :: miel {f}
honey badger {n} (Mellivora capensis) :: ratel {m}, tejón de miel {m}
honeybadger {n} (honey badger) SEE: honey badger ::
honey bear {n} (kinkajou) SEE: kinkajou ::
honey bear {n} (sloth bear) SEE: sloth bear ::
honey bear {n} (sun bear) SEE: sun bear ::
honey bee {n} (bee) :: abeja {f}, abeja melífera {f}, abeja de miel {f}
honeybee {n} (honey bee) SEE: honey bee ::
honeycomb {n} /ˈhʌniːkəʊm/ (structure of cells made by bees) :: panal {m}
honeycomb stomach {n} (reticulum) SEE: reticulum ::
honey dipper {n} (kitchen tool) :: cuchara para miel {f}
honey drizzler {n} (kitchen tool) SEE: honey dipper ::
honeymoon {n} /ˈhʌn.iˌmun/ (period of time immediately following a marriage) :: luna de miel
honeymoon {n} (trip taken by a newly wed married couple) :: viaje de novios {m}, luna de miel {f}
honeysuckle {n} /ˈhʌniːsʌkəl/ (plant) :: madreselva {f}
hong bao {n} (red envelope) SEE: red envelope ::
Hong Kong {prop} /ˌhɒŋˈkɒŋ/ (coastal administrative region in south-east China) :: Hong Kong {m}
Honiara {prop} /ˌhəʊnɪˈɑːɹə/ (the capital of the Solomon Islands) :: Honiara
honor {n} /ˈɑː.nɚ/ (token of praise or respect) :: honor {m}
honor {n} (privilege) :: privilegio {m}
honor {v} (think of, respect highly) :: honrar
honor {v} (to conform to, abide by, act in accordance with) :: ajustarse, acatar, respetar
honor {v} (confer honour on) :: honrar
honorable {adj} /ˈɑnəɹəbl̩/ (worthy of respect) :: honorable, honroso
honor among thieves {n} :: entre bueyes no hay cornadas
honorific {adj} /ˌɑːnəˈɹɪfɪk/ (showing or conferring honour and respect) :: honorífico
Honorius {prop} (male given name) :: Honorio {m}
honour {n} (honour) SEE: honor ::
honour {v} (honour) SEE: honor ::
honourably {adv} (in an honourable manner) :: honorablemente
honour killing {n} (murder as a cultural practice) :: crimen de honor {m}, asesinato de honor {m}
Honshu {prop} /ˈhɑnʃu/ (the main island of the Japanese Archipelago) :: Honshū {m}
hood {n} /hʊd/ (headwear) :: capirote {m}, capucha {f}, pasamontaña {m}, pasamontañas {m}
hood {n} (university degree) :: birrete {m}
hood {n} (protective cover) :: campana {f}, casco {m}, cubierta {f}
hood {n} (soft top) :: capota {f}, cubierta {f}
hood {n} (front of car) :: capó {m}, bonete {m} [Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico], capirote {m} [Southeastern Mexico], cofre {m} [Mexican standard usage]
hood {n} (covering of a vent to suck away smoke or fumes) :: campana {f}
hood {n} (thug) SEE: thug ::
hooded {adj} /ˈhʊdɪd/ (wearing a hood) :: encapuchado
hooded crow {n} (Corvus cornix) :: corneja gris {f}, corneja cenicienta {f}
hoodie {n} /ˈhʊdi/ (sweatshirt, with an integral hood) :: sudadera con capucha {f}, sudadera {f}, capuchera {f}, capucha {f}, encapuchado {m}
hoodie {n} (young person wearing such a sweatshirt) :: encapuchado {m}
hoodie {n} :: oso hormiguero
hoodiecrow {n} (hooded crow) SEE: hooded crow ::
hoodlum {n} /ˈhuːdləm/ (a gangster; a hired thug) :: matón {m}, bandido {m}, pandillero {m}
hoodlum {n} (a rough or violent youth) :: matón {m}
hoodoo {n} (spire of rock) :: chimenea de hadas {f}
hood rat {n} (a poor inner city resident) :: chorro, roto [Chile]; rata [Mexico]; loba [Colombia]
hoodwink {v} /ˈhʊdwɪŋk/ (to deceive) :: engañar, dársela con queso
hoof {n} /hʊf/ (tip of a toe of ungulates) :: pezuña {f}, casco {m}
hoo-ha {n} /ˈhuːˌhɑː/ (a fuss, commotion, uproar) :: algazara, barullo, alboroto, jaleo
hook {n} /hʊk/ (rod bent into a curved shape) :: gancho {m}, garfio {m}
hook {n} (catchy musical phrase) :: gancho {m} [musical]
hook {v} (to attach a hook) :: enganchar
hook {v} (to catch with a hook) :: enganchar
hook {v} (to make addicted) :: enganchar
hook {n} (typography: háček) SEE: háček ::
hook {v} (to steal) SEE: steal ::
hook {n} (fishhook) SEE: fishhook ::
hookah {n} /ˈhʊkə/ (pipe) :: narguile {m}
hook and eye {n} (a matched hook and an eye, used for fastening) :: corchete {m}
hooked {adj} /hʊkt/ (having a sharp curve at the end; resembling a hook) :: curvado {m}, ganchudo {m}, aguileño {m}
hooked {adj} (addicted; unable to resist or cease doing) :: adicto {m}, enviciado {m}, atrapado {m}, enganchado {m}
hooker {n} /ˈhʊk.ɚ/ (prostitute) :: puta {f}
hooker {n} (rugby player) :: [Latin America] hooker {m} {f}, [Spain] talonador {m}, talonadora {f}
Hooke's law {prop} (principle that stress applied to a solid is proportional to strain produced) :: ley de Hooke {f}
hooknose {n} (aquiline nose) SEE: aquiline nose ::
hook up {v} (to have a casual sexual experience with another person, usually without any future relationship intended) :: coger, follar
hooligan {n} /ˈhuː.lɪ.ɡən/ (person that causes trouble or violence) :: gamberro {m}, gamberra {f}, vándalo {m}, vándala {f}, hooligan {m}
hoop {n} /huːp/ (circular band of metal used to bind a barrel) :: aro {m}
hoop {n} (jockey) SEE: jockey ::
hoop {n} (hoop earring) SEE: hoop earring ::
hoop earring {n} (earring that is circular) :: arete {m}
hoopoe {n} /ˈhupu/ (bird Upupa epops) :: abubilla {f}
hoopster {n} (basketball player) SEE: basketball player ::
hooray {interj} /həˈɹeɪ/ (elated expression of approval) :: ¡hurra!, ¡viva!
hoot {n} /huːt/ (derisive cry or shout) :: ululato {m}, grito {m}, chillo {m}
hoot {n} (cry of an owl) :: ululato {m}, grito {m}, chillo {m}
hoot {n} (fun event, blast) :: pera {f}, polla {f}, risión
hooter {n} (slang: penis) SEE: dick ::
hooter {n} (owl) SEE: owl ::
hooter {n} (slang: nose) SEE: schnozzle ::
hoover {v} (vacuum) SEE: vacuum ::
hoover {n} (vacuum cleaner) SEE: vacuum cleaner ::
hop {n} /hɑp/ (a short jump) :: salto {m}
hop {v} (jump a short distance) :: saltar
hop {n} (the plant whose flowers are used in brewing) :: lúpulo {m}
hop {n} ((plural) flowers of the hop plant) :: lúpulo {m}
hopanoid {n} (class of pentacyclic compounds) :: hopanoide
hope {n} /hoʊp/ (belief that something wished for can happen) :: esperanza {f}
hope {n} (person or thing that is a source of hope) :: esperanza {f}
hope {v} (to want something to happen, with expectation that it might) :: esperar
Hope {prop} /ˈhoʊp/ (female given name) :: Esperanza {f}
hopeful {adj} (feeling hope) :: esperanzado
hopefully {adv} /ˈhoʊpfəli/ (it is hoped that) :: ojalá
hopeless {adj} /ˈhoʊplɪs/ (destitute of hope; having no expectation of good; despairing) :: desesperado
hopeless {adj} (desperate) SEE: desperate ::
hopelessness {n} (the lack of hope; despair) :: desesperanza {f}
hope springs eternal {proverb} (the feeling of hopefulness endlessly renews itself) :: la esperanza es la última que muere (hope is the last one to die)
hoplite {n} /ˈhɒplaɪt/ (A heavily-armed infantry soldier of Ancient Greece) :: hoplita {m}
hopper {n} /ˈhɑ.pɚ/ (a temporary storage bin) :: tolva {f}
hopscotch {n} /ˈhapˌskatʃ/ (child's game) :: rayuela {f}
hop to it {v} (hurry up) SEE: hurry up ::
Horace {prop} /ˈhɒɹəs/ (poet) :: Horacio {m}
Horace {prop} (male given name) :: Horacio {m}
Horatian {adj} :: horaciano
horchata {n} (sweet beverage) :: horchata {f}
horde {n} /hɔɹd/ (wandering troop or gang) :: horda {f}
hordeolum {n} (infection) SEE: stye ::
horehound {n} (Marrubium vulgare) :: marrubio {m}
horizon {n} /həˈɹaɪzən/ (line that appears to separate the Earth from the sky) :: horizonte {m}
horizontal {adj} /ˌhɔːɹəˈzɑːntəl/ (parallel to the plane of the horizon) :: horizontal
horizontal dancing {n} /ˌhɔː.ɹəˈzɑːn.təl ˈdɑːn.sɪŋ/ (euphemistically: sexual intercourse) :: echar un polvo
horizontally {adv} (in a horizontal direction or position) :: horizontalmente
hormonal {adj} /hɔɹˈmoʊnəl/ (pertaining to hormones) :: hormonal
hormone {n} /ˈhɔːɹmoʊn/ (substance produced by the body that effects physiological activity) :: hormona {f}
hormone therapy {n} :: terapia de hormonas {f}
horn {n} (antler) SEE: antler ::
horn {n} /hɔɹn/ (growth on the heads of certain animals) :: cuerno {m}, [Bolivia, Central America, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela - colloquial] cacho {m} asta {f}
horn {n} (any similar real or imaginary projection) :: cuerno {m}
horn {n} (substance) :: queratina {f}
horn {n} (horn-shaped object) :: cuerno {m}
horn {n} (any of several musical wind instruments) :: viento {m}
horn {n} (loud alarm, especially on a motor vehicle) :: [Argentina, Chile, Uruguay] bocina {f}, [Mexico, Peru, Spain] claxon {m}, [Venezuela] corneta {f}, [Cuba] fotuto {m}, [Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Spain] pito {m}
horn {n} (conical device used to direct waves) :: bocina {f}
hornbeam {n} (tree of Carpinus) :: carpe {m}
hornbill {n} /ˈhɔːɹn.bɪl/ (bird) :: cálao {m}
hornblende {n} /ˈhɔɹnˌblɛnd/ (a green to black amphibole mineral) :: hornablenda {f}, hornblenda {f}
horned {adj} /ˈhɔː(ɹ)nd/ (having horns) :: astado {m}
Horned God {prop} (Wiccan god) :: dios astado {m}
horned lizard {n} (lizard of the genus Phrynosoma) :: lagarto cornudo {m}
horned melon {n} (plant) :: pepino africano {m}
hornero {n} (bird of the genus Furnarius) :: hornero {m}
hornet {n} /ˈhɔɹ.nɪt/ (a large wasp, of the genus Vespa, with a brown-and-yellow-striped body) :: avispón {m}
hornets' nest {n} (an unpleasant or controversial situation) :: nido de avispas
Horn of Africa {prop} (peninsula in East Africa) :: Cuerno de África {m}
horn of plenty {n} (the cornucopia) SEE: cornucopia ::
horny {adj} /ˈhɔɹ.ni/ (hard or bony) :: córneo
horny {adj} (sexually aroused) :: jodontón, cachondo, caliente, arrecho
horologist {n} (a person who makes or repairs clocks) :: relojero {m}
Horologium {prop} (constellation) :: Horologium
horology {n} (art, science and technology of timekeeping) :: orologia {f}
horopter {n} (three-dimensional curve) :: horóptera {f}
horoscope {n} /ˈhɒɹəskəʊp/ (astrological forecast) :: horóscopo {m}
horrible {adj} /ˈhɔɹɪbəl/ (causing horror, terrible) :: horrible, horrendo
horribly {adv} (in a horrible way) :: horriblemente
horrid {adj} /ˈhɔɹɪd/ (causing horror or dread) :: horrendo
horrific {adj} (causing horror) :: horrorífico
horrify {v} /ˈhɔɹəfaɪ/ (to cause to feel extreme apprehension or unease) :: horripilar
horripilation {n} (bristling of the hair) :: escalofríos {m-p}
horror {n} /ˈhɔɹɚ/ (intense distressing fear or repugnance) :: horror {m}
horror story {n} (fictional narrative of distressing events) :: historia de terror, historia de miedo {f}
horror story {n} (unpleasant experience) :: historia de terror {f}, historia de miedo {f}
hors d'oeuvre {n} /ɔɹˈdɝv/ (appetizer) :: aperitivo {m}
horse {n} /hɔːs/ (members of the species Equus ferus) :: caballo {m}, yegua {f}
horse {n} (related or similar species) :: equino {m}, equina {f}
horse {n} (cavalry soldiers) :: caballería {f}
horse {n} (gymnastic equipment) :: potro {m}
horse {n} (knight in chess (see also knight)) :: caballo {m}
horse {n} (slang: heroin) :: caballo {m}, chiva {f} [slang, Mexico]
horse archer {n} (a cavalryman armed with a bow) :: arquero a caballo {m}
horseback {adv} /ˈhɔɹsˌbæk/ (on the back of a horse) :: a caballo
horse chestnut {n} (tree) :: castaño de Indias {m}
horse chestnut {n} (seed) :: castaño de Indias {m}
horse dick {n} (monster cock) SEE: monster cock ::
horsefly {n} (fly of the family Tabanidae) :: tábano {m}
horseling {n} (foal) SEE: foal ::
horseling {n} (pony) SEE: pony ::
horseling {n} (a little horse) :: caballito
horse mackerel {n} (pilot fish) SEE: pilot fish ::
horseman {n} (man who rides a horse) :: caballero {m}
horsemanship {n} (equestrianism) SEE: equestrianism ::
horsemeat {n} (horse meat) :: carne de caballo {f}
horsemilk {n} (mare's milk) SEE: mare's milk ::
horse of a different color {n} (unrelated or incidentally related matter with different significance) :: eso es harina de otro costal
horseplay {n} (rough or rowdy play) :: pelea {f}, camorra {f}
horseplay {v} (to engage in horseplay) :: pelear
horsepower {n} /ˈhɔɹsˌpaʊɚ/ (non-metric) :: caballo de vapor {m}
horsepower {n} (metric) :: caballo de vapor {m}
horse racing {n} (a sport where horses and their jockeys compete to be fastest) :: carreras de caballos {f-p}
horseradish {n} /ˈhɔɹsɹædɪʃ/ (plant) :: rábano picante {m}, rábano rusticano {m}, raíz picante {f}
horseradish {n} (condiment) :: rábano picante {m}, rábano rusticano {m}, raíz picante {f}
horseshoe {n} /ˈhɔːɹs.ʃuː/ (metallic shoe of a horse) :: herradura {f}
horseshoe {n} (shape of a horseshoe) :: herradura {f}
horseshoe {v} (to apply horseshoes to a horse) :: herrar
horsetail {n} /ˈhɔː(ɹ)s.teɪl/ (plant) :: cola de caballo {f}, equisetácea {f}
horsewhip {n} (whip used on horses) :: fusta {f}
horsewoman {n} (a female equestrian) :: jinete {m} {f}, amazona {f}
horsy {adj} /ˈhɔːsi/ (of or relating to horses) :: caballuno
horsy {n} (a child's term or name for a horse) :: caballito {m}
hortensia {n} (hydrangea) SEE: hydrangea ::
horticulture {n} /ˈhɔː.tɪˌkʌl.tʃə(ɹ)/ (the science of caring for gardens) :: horticultura {f}
hosanna {interj} /hoʊˈzænə/ (liturgical word) :: hosanna
hose {n} /hoʊz/ (flexible tube) :: manguera {f}
hose {v} (to water or spray with a hose) :: lavar con manguera
hose {n} (stocking-like garment) SEE: tights ::
Hosea {prop} /ˌhoʊˈziːə/ (book of the Bible) :: Oseas
Hosea {prop} (prophet) :: Oseas {m}
hospice {n} /ˈhɑspɪs/ (a facility or organization offering palliative care for the terminally ill) :: hospicio {m}
hospitable {adj} /hɒsˈpɪtəbəl/ (cordial and generous towards guests) :: hospitalario
hospital {n} /ˈhɑs.pɪ.tl̩/ (large medical facility) :: hospital {m}
hospital gown {n} (gown worn by patients) :: bata hospitalaria {f}
hospitalise {v} (hospitalize) SEE: hospitalize ::
hospitality {n} /hɑs.pɪˈtæl.ɪ.ti/ (act or service of welcoming, receiving, hosting, or entertaining guests) :: hospitalidad {f}
hospitality {n} (business of providing catering, lodging and entertainment service) :: hostelería {f}
hospitalization {n} (hospitalizing of a patient) :: hospitalización
hospitalize {v} (to send to a hospital) :: hospitalizar
host {n} /hoʊst/ (person who receives or entertains a guest) :: anfitrión {m}, hospedador {m}, hospedero {m}
host {n} (person or organisation responsible for running an event) :: anfitrión {m}, anfitriona {f}, organizador {m}
host {n} (moderator) :: maestro de ceremonias {m}, conductor {m}
host {n} (biology: cell or organism which harbors another organism) :: hospedante {m}, hospedador [adj.], huésped {m}
host {v} (perform the role of a host) :: alojar, albergar
host {v} (computing: run software for a remote user or process) :: alojar
host {n} (multitude of people arrayed as an army) :: hueste {m}
host {n} (consecrated bread) :: hostia {f}
host {n} :: anfitrión, propietario {m}, presentador
hostage {n} (person given as a pledge or security) :: rehén {m} {f}
hostel {n} /ˈhɑstəl/ (an affordable overnight lodging place) :: albergue {m}, parador {m}, hostal {m}
hostel {n} (short for youth hostel) SEE: youth hostel ::
hostess {n} (female host) :: anfitriona {f}
hostess {n} (stewardess) :: azafata, aeromoza {f} [Latin America]
hostile {adj} /ˈhɒstaɪl/ (belonging or appropriate to an enemy) :: hostil
hostilely {adv} (in a hostile manner) :: hostilmente
hostile witness {n} (person called to testify by a party to whom that witness is opposed) :: testigo desfavorable {m}
hostility {n} /hɒˈstɪlɪti/ (state of being hostile) :: hostilidad {f}
hostility {n} :: hostilidad {f}
hostname {n} (name by which any device attached to a computer network is known) :: nombre de equipo {m}
hot {adj} /hɑt/ (having a high temperature) :: caliente, muy caliente
hot {adj} (of the weather) :: caluroso, cálido
hot {adj} (feeling the sensation of heat) :: (to be hot) tener calor
hot {adj} (feverish) :: febril {m} {f}, con calentura, ardiendo
hot {adj} (spicy) :: picante, picoso
hot {adj} (slang: stolen) :: tranzado {m}, [Mexico] chueco {m}
hot {adj} (electrically charged) :: vivo, cargado (e.g., línea viva, cable cargado)
hot {adj} (radioactive) :: radioactivo, termonuclear
hot {adj} (slang: physically very attractive) :: sensual {m} {f}, bueno {m}, candente {m} {f}, sabroso {m}
hot {adj} (popular, in demand) :: de moda, demandado
hot {adj} (very close to finding or guessing something to be found or guessed) :: caliente
hot-air balloon {n} (balloon-shaped aircraft filled with hot air) :: globo {m}, globo aerostático {m}
hot chocolate {n} (beverage) :: chocolate {m}
hotchpotch {n} (hodgepodge) SEE: hodgepodge ::
hot dog {v} (to perform a dangerous act as display) SEE: show off ::
hot dog {n} /ˈhɑt.dɑɡ/ (frankfurter in a bun) :: [Spain] perrito caliente, [Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Venezuela] perro caliente {m}, [Chile] italiano {m}, [Chile] completo {m}, [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay] pancho {m}, [Guatemala, colloquial] chévere {m}, [Guatemala, colloquial] shuco {m}
hot dog {n} (sausage) :: salchicha {f}, vienesa {f}
hot dog {n} (show-off or daredevil) :: temerario {m}
hot dog {n} :: dogo {m} [Northwestern Mexico], frankfurter {m} [Uruguay], hot dog {m} [Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico standard usage, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico], pan {m} [Guatemala, colloquial], perrito {m}
hotel {n} /hoʊˈtɛl/ (establishment providing accommodation) :: hotel {m}, albergue {m}
hot flash {n} (sudden sensation of heat, symptom of the menopause) SEE: hot flush ::
hot flush {n} (sudden sensation of heat, symptom of the menopause) :: sofoco {m}, bochorno {m}
hotheaded {adj} (pertaining to or characteristic of a hothead; easily excited or angered) :: fogoso, impetuoso, exaltado
hothouse {n} (brothel) SEE: brothel ::
hotline {n} (telephone line that is able to give immediate assistance) :: línea directa {f}
hot mess {n} /ˌhɑt ˈmɛs/ (person, thing, or situation in a state of disarray) :: lío {m}, enredamiento {m}, quilombo {m}, despelote {m}
hotplate {n} (semi-portable stove) :: hornillo {m}, placa eléctrica {f}, placa calefactora {f}
hot pot {n} (stew of beef or lamb and potatoes) :: fondue con el caldo {f}
hot potato {n} (child's game) :: patata caliente {f}
hot potato {n} (awkward or delicate problem) :: patata caliente {f}
hot sauce {n} /ˈhɒtˌsɔs/ (condiment made from chile peppers) :: salsa picante {f}
hot spell {n} (heatwave) SEE: heatwave ::
hot spring {n} (natural spring producing water whose temperature is greater than about 20°C (68° F)) :: pozo termal {m}, aguas termales {f-p}, termas {f-p}
hot-tempered {adj} (easily angered) :: colérico, mañoso [Chile], irascible
Hottentot {n} (a member of the Khoekhoe people, see also: Khoekhoe) :: hotentote {m}
Hottentot {prop} (language of the Khoekhoe, see also: Khoekhoe) :: hotentote {m}
hottie {n} (informal: hot-water bottle) SEE: hot water bottle ::
hot water {n} (hot water served as a beverage) :: agua perra {f}
hot water bottle {n} (a flexible bottle for heat therapy) :: guatero {m}, bolsa de agua caliente {f}
hot-wire {v} (hot-wire) :: hacer un puente
hound {n} /haʊnd/ (dog) :: perro de caza {m}, sabueso {m}
houndstooth {n} /ˈhaʊndstuːθ/ (fabric pattern) :: pata de gallo {f}
hour {n} /ˈaʊɚ/ (time period of sixty minutes) :: hora {f}
hourglass {n} /ˈaʊəɡlɑːs/ (clock) :: reloj de arena {m}
hourglass figure {n} (a human body shape resembling an hourglass) :: cintura de avispa {f}
hour hand {n} (hand of clock) :: manecilla {f}
house {n} /haʊs/ (human abode) :: casa {f}
house {n} (archetypal structure of a human abode) :: casa {f}, vivienda {f}
house {n} (theatre) :: teatro {m}
house {n} (debating chamber for government politicians) :: cámara {f}
house {n} (an establishment, business) :: casa {f}
house {n} (dynasty, familiar descendance) :: casa {f}
house {n} (astrology: one of the twelve divisions of an astrological chart) :: casa {f}
house {v} (keep within a structure or container) :: almacenar
house {v} (admit to residence) :: alojar, hospedar, albergar
house {v} (contain or enclose mechanical parts) :: encajar, envolver
house {n} (bingo) SEE: bingo ::
house {n} (genre of music) SEE: house music ::
House {prop} (House of Representatives) :: Cámara de Representantes {f}
house arrest {n} (confinement of a person, by authorities, to his or her residence) :: detención de la casa {f}, arraigo domiciliario {m}, arresto domiciliario {m}
housebroken {adj} (house-trained) SEE: house-trained ::
house-broken {adj} (house-trained) SEE: house-trained ::
house cat {n} (domestic cat) SEE: domestic cat ::
housefly {n} (fly) :: mosca doméstica {f}, mosca común {f}
household {n} /ˈhaʊshoʊld/ (those living in the same residence) :: familia {f}, casa {f}, hogareños, huéspedes, séquito {m}
household {adj} (belonging to same house and family) :: casero, familiar
household {adj} (found in or having its origin in a home) :: doméstico
household appliance {n} (machine) :: electrodoméstico {m}
household deity {n} (patron saint) SEE: patron saint ::
household name {n} (genericized trademark) SEE: genericized trademark ::
house husband {n} (husband who remains in the homestead) SEE: househusband ::
househusband {n} (husband who remains in the homestead) :: amo de casa {m}
housekeeper {n} (one who looks after the home by herself) :: ama de casa
housekeeper {n} (head of the female staff of a large home) :: ama de llaves
house martin {n} (bird in genus Delichon) :: avión común {m}
house mouse {n} (mouse of the species Mus musculus) :: ratón casero {m}
house music {n} /ha.us mju.zik/ (type of electronic dance music with an uptempo beat and recurring kickdrum) :: música house, house
house number {n} (street address) :: número de la casa {m}
house of cards {n} (structure made by laying cards perpendicularly on top of each other) :: castillo de naipes {m}
House of Commons {prop} (lower house in UK or Canadian parliament) :: Cámara de los Comunes
house of ill fame {n} (brothel) SEE: brothel ::
House of Lords {prop} (upper chamber of UK parliament) :: Cámara de los Lores {f}
house rat {n} (black rat) SEE: black rat ::
house sparrow {n} (Passer domesticus) :: gorrión común
house-trained {adj} (trained not to excrete indoors) :: entrenado, aseado, limpio
housewife {n} /ˈhaʊs.waɪf/ (female head of household) :: ama de casa {f}
house wine {n} (a relatively inexpensive wine sold in restaurants) :: vino de la casa {m}
housework {n} (domestic household chores) :: tareas domésticas
housing {n} /ˈhaʊzɪŋ/ (residences) :: vivienda {f}
housing {n} :: vivienda {f}, alojamiento {m}
housing estate {n} (group of buidings) :: gran conjunto {m}, ensemble {m}, urbanización {f}
Houston {prop} /ˈhjuːstɨn/ (Texan city) :: Houston
hovel {n} /ˈhɒvəl/ (poor cottage) :: casucha
hover {v} /ˈhʌ.vɚ/ (to float in the air) :: revolotear, levitar {p}, cernerse
hover {v} (to waver, or be uncertain) :: dudar, hesitar, vacilar
hover {v} (to place the cursor over a hyperlink) :: colocar el cursor sobre un enlace
hovercraft {n} /ˈhʌvɚ.kɹæft/ (vehicle supported on a cushion of air) :: aerodeslizador {m}
hover-fly {n} (insect of the Syrphidae family) :: sírfido {m}
how {adv} /haʊ/ (to what degree) :: cómo, cuan
how {adv} (in what manner) :: cómo
how {adv} (used as a modifier to indicate surprise, delight, or other strong feelings) :: qué, cómo
how {adv} (in what state) :: cómo
how {conj} (in which way) :: como
Howard {prop} (male given name) :: Hugardo {m}
how are you {phrase} /haʊ ˈɑɹ ju/ (greeting) :: ¿cómo está? [formal], ¿cómo estás? [informal], ¿qué tal? [informal]
how come {adv} (why) :: cómo es que
how do I get to {phrase} (how do I get to...?) :: ¿cómo puedo llegar a...?
how do I get to the airport {phrase} (how do I get to the airport?) :: ¿cómo llego al aeropuerto?, ¿cómo puedo llegar al aeropuerto?
how do I get to the bus station {phrase} (how do I get to the bus station?) :: ¿cómo llego a la estación de autobuses?
how do I get to the train station {phrase} (how do I get to the train station?) :: ¿cómo llego a la estación de tren?
how do you do {phrase} (Phrase: how do you do) :: encantado [said by a male], encantada [said by a female], ¿cómo está usted?
how do you pronounce this word {phrase} /ˈhaʊ duː ˈjuː pɹəˈnaʊns ðɪs ˈwɝd/ (how do you pronounce this word?) :: ¿cómo se pronuncia esta palabra?
how do you say...in English {phrase} (request for translation into English) :: ¿cómo se dice...en inglés?
how do you spell this word {phrase} (how do you spell this word?) :: ¿cómo se escribe esta palabra?
howdy {interj} (hi) SEE: hi ::
however {adv} /haʊˈɛvɚ/ (nevertheless) :: sin embargo
however {adv} (in whatever way or manner) :: de cualquier forma
howitzer {n} /ˈhaʊ.ɪts.əɹ/ (a cannon) :: obús
howl {n} /haʊl/ (protracted, mournful cry of a dog or a wolf) :: aullido {m}
howl {v} (To utter a loud, protracted, mournful sound or cry, as dogs and wolves often do) :: aullar
howler monkey {n} (loud Central American and South American monkey of the genus Alouatta) :: mono aullador {m}, araguato {m} [Venezuela], carayá {m} [Argentina, Paraguay], manechi {m} [Bolivia], mono colorado {m} [Colombia], mono congo {m} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua], mono coto {m} [Ecuador, Peru], mono cotudo {m} [Colombia], olingo {m} [Honduras], saraguate {m} [Guatemala], saraguato {m} [Mexico]
howling {n} /ˈhaʊlɪŋ/ (act of producing howls) :: aullido {m}
how long {adj} (how long (distance)) :: que largo
how long {adv} (how long (length of time)) :: cuánto tiempo, desde cuándo
how many {determiner} (what number) :: cuántos {m}, cuántas {f}
how many languages do you speak {phrase} (how many languages do you speak?) :: [formal] ¿cuántos idiomas habla? [informal] ¿cuántos idiomas hablas?
how many siblings do you have {phrase} (how many siblings do you have?) :: [formal] ¿cuántos hermanos tiene?, [informal] ¿cuántos hermanos tienes?
how much {determiner} (what quantity) :: cuánto
how much {adv} (what is the cost/price) :: ¿cuánto cuesta?
how much does it cost {phrase} (how much is it?) :: ¿cuánto cuesta? ¿cuánto es?, ¿cuánto vale?
how much do you charge {phrase} (how much do you charge?) :: ¿cuánto cobra?
how much is it {phrase} (how much does it cost) SEE: how much does it cost ::
how no {adv} (why not) SEE: why not ::
how old are you {phrase} /haʊ ˈoʊld ɑɹ ˌju/ (what is your age in years) :: ¿cuántos años tienes? [informal], ¿qué edad tiene? [formal]
how's it going {phrase} (how's it going? - informal greetings) :: [informal] ¿cómo te va?, [formal] ¿cómo le va?
how's the weather {phrase} (how's the weather?) :: ¿qué tiempo hace?, ¿cómo está el tiempo?
howzit {interj} (what's up) SEE: what's up ::
hp {abbr} (horsepower) :: CV {m}
HP {n} (horse power) SEE: hp ::
Hrodna {prop} (Grodno) SEE: Grodno ::
hryvnia {n} /ˈhɹɪvnɪə/ (Ukrainian currency) :: grivna {f}, hryvnia {f}
HTML {prop} (initialism) :: HTML {m}
HTML5 {prop} (initialism) :: HTML5 {m}
HTTP cookie {n} (packet of information sent by a server to a World Wide Web browser and then returned by the browser each time it accesses that server) :: cookie {m}
Huang He {prop} (river of northern China) :: Huang He, río Amarillo {m}
Huaraz {prop} (city) :: Huaraz
hub {n} /hʌb/ (central part of a wheel) :: buje {m}, maza {f}
hub {n} (point where many routes meet) :: [highways] distribuidor vial {m}, [for planes, trains] nudo {m}, centro {m}, [transfer] punto de transbordo {m}
hub {n} (computer networking device) :: concentrador {m}, multiplexor {m}
Hubble constant {prop} (number) :: ley de Hubble {f}
hubbub {n} /ˈhʌbʌb/ (A confused uproar, commotion, tumult or racket.) :: algarabía {f}, guirigay, tremolina
hubcap {n} (decorative disk for wheels) :: copa {f} [Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Northwestern Venezuela, Panama], taza {f} [Argentina, Uruguay, Venezuelan standard usage], tapabocinas {m} [Puerto Rico], tapacubos {m} [Spain], taparruedas {m} [Chile], tapón {m} [Mexico], vaso {m} [Peru]
Hubert {prop} /ˈhjubɚt/ (male given name) :: Huberto
hubris {n} /ˈhjuːbɹɪs/ (excessive pride or arrogance) :: hybris, arrogancia, hubris
hubristic {adj} (overly arrogant) :: prepotente, jactancioso
huchen {n} /ˈhuːkən/ (Hucho hucho) :: salmón del Danubio
huckster {n} (peddler) SEE: peddler ::
huddle {adj} /ˈhʌdəl/ (crowd together) :: amontonarse
huddle {adj} (curl one's legs up to the chest) :: acurrucarse
hue {n} /hju/ (color or shade of color; tint; dye) :: [of people] color {m} tono {m} coloración {f} [obsolete], [of object] matiz {m} tono {m} coloración {f}
hue {n} (character; aspect) :: matiz {m}
hue {n} (the characteristic related to the light frequency that appears in the color) :: matiz {m} tonalidad {f}
Huelva {prop} /ˈ(h)wɛlvɑ/ (city and province in Andalusia, Spain) :: Huelva {f}
hug {n} /hʌɡ/ (affectionate embrace) :: abrazo {m}
hug {v} (cling closely together) :: abrazar
hug {v} (embrace) :: abrazar
huge {adj} /hjuːdʒ/ (very large) :: enorme, grandote
hugeness {n} (quality of being huge) :: gigantez {f}, inmensidad {f}, enormidad {f}
huggable {adj} /ˈhʌɡ.ə.bəl/ (capable of, or suitable for, being hugged) :: mullido, blando, abrazable, achuchable
Hugh {prop} /hjuː/ (male given name) :: Hugo
Hugo {prop} (male given name) SEE: Hugh ::
Huguenot {n} /ˈhju.ɡə.nɒt/ (a member of the Protestant Reformed Church of France during the 16th and 17th century) :: hugonote {m}
huh {interj} /hʌ/ (to reinforce a question) :: eh
hula hoop {n} /ˈhuːlə ˌhuːp/ (toy in the form of a large hoop) :: hula hoop {m}, hula hula {m}
hull {n} /hʌl/ (outer covering of a fruit or seed) :: hollejo {m}, vaina {f}
hull {n} (frame of a ship or plane) :: casco {m}
hullaballoo {n} (uproar or commotion) :: aspaviento {m}, revuelo {m}, excitación {f}, barullo {m}
hullaballoo {v} (to make an uproar or commotion) :: poner el grito en el cielo, hacer muchos aspavientos
hullabaloo {n} (uproar or fuss) :: rebullicio {m}
huller {n} (machine for removing hulls from grain) :: descascarillador {m}
hum {v} /ˈhʌm/ (to make sound with lips closed) :: canturrear, tararear
human {adj} /ˈ(h)jumən/ (of or belonging to the species Homo sapiens) :: humano
human {adj} (having the nature or attributes of a human being) :: humano
human being {n} (a human being) SEE: human ::
human being {n} (person) :: ser humano {m}, humano {m}, hombre {m}
humane {adj} /hjuːˈmeɪn/ (with regard for the health and well-being of another) :: humano
human immunodeficiency virus {n} (human immunodeficiency virus) :: virus de inmunodeficiencia humana {m}
human interface device {n} (device allowing a user to interact with a computer) :: dispositivo de interfaz humana {m}
humanism {n} /ˈhjuːmənɪz(ə)m/ (ethical system) :: humanismo {m}
humanism {n} :: humanismo {m}
humanist {n} /ˈçuːmənɪst/ (proponent of the group of ethical stances) :: humanista {m} {f}
humanitarian {adj} (concerned with people's welfare) :: humanitario
humanitarian {n} (person with humanitarian concerns) :: humanitario
humanitarianism {n} (humanitarian philosophy) :: humanitarismo {m}
humanity {n} /hjuˈmænɪti/ (human beings as a group) :: humanidad {f}
humankind {n} (human race) SEE: mankind ::
humankind {n} (the human race) :: humanidad {f}, género humano {f}, raza humana {f}
humankind {n} (mankind; humanity) SEE: human race ::
humanly {adv} /ˈhjuːmənli/ (in a human manner) :: humanamente
human milk {n} (breast milk) SEE: breast milk ::
human nature {n} (set of qualities shared by all humans) :: naturaleza humana {f}
humanoid {adj} /ˈhjuːmənɔɪd/ (having the appearance or characteristics of a human) :: humanoide
humanoid {n} (a being having the appearance or characteristics of a human) :: humanoide {m}
human race {n} (the human race) SEE: humankind ::
human race {n} (mankind; humanity) :: humanidad {f}
human resource management {n} (process) :: gestión de recursos humanos {f}
human resources {n} (the personnel department of an organization) :: recursos humanos {m-p}
human resources {n} (the personnel employed in an organization) :: personal {m}
human right {n} (basic right that all humans should be guaranteed) :: derecho humano {m}
human rights {n} (basic rights and freedoms that all humans should be guaranteed) :: derechos humanos {m-p}
human shield {n} (civilians placed in or around targets) :: escudo humano {m}
human trafficking {n} (criminal activity in which people are recruited, etc. to serve an exploitative purpose) :: trata de personas {f}, tráfico de personas {m}, trata {f}
humanzee {n} (a hypothetical hybrid of a human and a chimpanzee) :: humancé {m}
Humbert {prop} (male given name) :: Humberto
humble {adj} /ˈhʌmbəl/ (near the ground) :: humilde {m}
humble {adj} (thinking lowly of oneself) :: modesto {m}, humilde
humbly {adv} /ˈhʌmbli/ (in a humble manner) :: humildemente
humbug {n} /ˈhʌmbʌɡ/ (hoax, prank or jest) :: farsa {f}, disparate {m}, tontería {f}, bobería {f}
humbug {n} (fraud or sham) :: fraude, trampa {f}, embrollo {m}
humbug {n} (fraudster or cheat) :: tramposo, embaucador
humdrum {adj} (lacking variety or excitement; dull; boring) :: aburrido {m}, tedioso {m}
humectant {n} /hjuːˈmɛktənt/ (substance that promotes the retention of water) :: humectante {m}
humero- {prefix} (humerus) :: humero-
humerocubital {adj} (relating to the humerus and cubit) :: humerocubital
humerus {n} /ˈhjuːməɹɪs/ (bone of the upper arm) :: húmero {m}
humid {adj} /ˈhjuːmɪd/ (slightly wet) :: húmedo
humidification {n} (process) :: humidificación {f}
humidifier {n} (A device that is used to increase the humidity of the air) :: humidificador {m}
humidify {v} /hjuːˈmɪdɪfaɪ/ ( To increase the humidity in the air.) :: humidificar
humidity {n} /hjuːˈmɪdɪti/ (dampness, especially that of the air) :: humedad {f}
humidity {n} (amount of water vapour in the air) :: humedad {f}
humidor {n} /ˈhjumɪdɔɹ/ (container) :: humidificador {m}
humiliate {v} /hjuːˈmɪliˌeɪt/ (to injure a person's dignity and self-respect) :: humillar
humiliated {adj} (deprived of dignity or self-respect) :: humillado
humiliating {adj} (liable to humiliate) :: humillante
humiliation {n} /hjuːˌmɪliˈeɪʃən/ (the act of humiliating or humbling someone; abasement of pride; mortification) :: humillación
humiliation {n} (the state of being humiliated, humbled or reduced to lowliness or submission) :: humillación {f}
humility {n} (characteristic of being humble) :: humildad
hummingbird {n} /ˈhʌmɪŋˌbɝd/ (any of various small American birds in the family Trochilidae) :: colibrí {m}, [Colombia] chupaflor {m}, [Mexico] chuparrosa {m}, [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua] gorrión {m}, [South America] picaflor {m}, [Ecuadorian and Northern Peruvian Andes] quinde {m}, [Venezuela] tucusito {m}, [Panama] visitaflor {m}, [Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico] zumbador {m}, [Cuba] zunzún {m}
hummock {n} (small hill) SEE: hillock ::
hummus {n} /ˈhʊməs/ (dip made of chickpea paste) :: hummus {m}
humongous {adj} /ˌhjuːˈmʌŋɡəs/ (extremely large) :: gigante, enorme
humour {n} /hjuː.mə(ɹ)/ (something funny) :: humor {m}
humour {n} (mood) :: humor {m}
hump {n} /hʌmp/ (rounded fleshy mass) :: joroba {f}, giba {f}
hump {n} (deformity of the human back) :: joroba {f}, corcova {f}
hump {v} (transitive, slang: to have sex with) :: [Mexico, slang] cochar
hump {v} (intransitive, slang: to carry, especially with some exertion) :: [Mexico, slang] cochar
humpback {n} (humpbacked person) :: jorobado {m}, corcovado, giboso, contrahecho
humpback whale {n} (Megaptera novaeangliae) :: yubarta {f}, ballena jorobada {f}, megáptera {f}, gabarte {f}, xibarte {f}
hump day {n} (middle of the workweek) :: ombligo de la semana
Hun {n} (German) SEE: German ::
Hun {n} /hʌn/ (member of nomadic tribe) :: huno
hunch {n} /hʌntʃ/ (idea, theory) :: corazonada {f}
hunchback {n} (one who is stooped or hunched over) SEE: humpback ::
hunchback {n} (deformed upper spinal column) SEE: humpback ::
hundred {num} /ˈhʌndɹəd/ (cardinal number 100) :: cien, ciento
hundredth {adj} /ˈhʌndɹɛdθ/ (ordinal of 100) :: centésimo
hundredth {n} (one of a hundred equal parts of a whole) :: centésimo {m}
hundredweight {n} (measure of weight (some may be only approximately equivalent)) :: quintal {m}
hung {adj} (having a large penis) :: vergón
Hungarian {adj} /hʌŋˈɡɛə.ɹi.ən/ (of, from, or pertaining to Hungary) :: húngaro
Hungarian {n} (person from Hungary) :: húngaro {m}, húngara {f}
Hungarian {n} (the language) :: húngaro {m}
Hungarian chamomile {n} (German chamomile) SEE: German chamomile ::
Hungarian hound {n} (hunting dog) :: sabueso húngaro {m}
Hungarian notation {n} /hʌŋˈɡɛɹi.ən noʊˈteɪʃən/ (Hungarian notation) :: notación húngara {f}
Hungary {prop} /ˈhʌŋ.ɡəɹ.i/ (the country) :: Hungría {f}
hunger {n} /ˈhʌŋɡɚ/ (need for food) :: hambre {f}, carpanta [colloquial]
hunger {n} (strong desire) :: sed {f}
hunger {v} (need food) :: tener hambre
hunger {v} (desire) :: tener sed
hunger strike {n} (a fast undertaken as a means of protest) :: huelga de hambre {f}
hung like a horse {adj} (having a large penis) :: dotado, vergón
hungover {adj} /ˈhʌŋˌəʊ.və(ɹ)/ (suffering from a hangover) :: resacoso
hung parliament {n} /hʌŋ ˈpɑːləmənt/ (parliament in which no single political party has an outright majority) :: parlamento colgado {m}
hungry {adj} /ˈhʌŋ.ɡɹi/ (affected by hunger; desirous of food) :: hambriento
hungry {adj} (eager, having a desire for something) :: hambriento
hunk {n} /hʌŋk/ (large piece of something) :: pedazo {m}
hunk {n} (sexually attractive man) :: macizo {m}
hunker {v} /ˈhʌŋkɚ/ (To crouch or squat close to the ground) :: encuclillarse, acurrucarse
hunker down {v} (take shelter; prepare for an eventuality) :: agacharse
hunt {v} /hʌnt/ (to chase down prey) :: cazar
hunt {n} (the act of hunting, shooting) :: caza {f}
hunter {n} /ˈhʌntɚ/ (person who hunts game) :: cazador {m}
hunting {n} /ˈhʌntɪŋ/ (chasing and killing animals for sport or to get food) :: caza {f}
hunting dog {n} :: perro de caza {m}
hunting ground {n} (area for hunting) :: coto de caza {m}
hunting ground {n} (place to find what one is looking for) :: caladero {m}
hunting horn {n} (bugle used during a hunt) :: cuerno de caza {m}
Huntington's chorea {n} (Huntington's disease) SEE: Huntington's disease ::
Huntington's disease {n} (the neurological disease) :: enfermedad de Huntington {f}, corea de Huntington {f}
huntress {n} /ˈhʌntɹɪs/ (female who hunts) :: cazadora {f}
hurdle {n} /ˈhɝdəl/ (artificial barrier over which people or horses jump in a race) :: valla {f}
hurdle {n} (perceived obstacle) :: valla {f}
hurdle {v} (to hedge, cover, make, or enclose with hurdles) :: vallar
hurdler {n} (athlete who competes in the hurdling event) :: vallista {m} {f}
hurdy-gurdy {n} /ˈhɝː.diˌɡɝː.di/ (stringed instrument) :: zanfona {f}
hurdy-gurdy {n} (barrel organ) SEE: barrel organ ::
hurl {v} /hɝl/ (throw with force) :: arrojar, lanzar, tirar, proyectar
hurl {v} (vomit) :: volver, devolver
hurler {n} (pitcher) SEE: pitcher ::
hurrah {interj} /həˈɹɑː/ (expressing approval, appreciation, or happiness) :: hurra
hurricane {n} /ˈhʌɹɪˌkeɪn/ (weather phenomenon) :: huracán {m}
hurricane {n} (meteorology: a wind scale for quite strong wind) :: huracán {m}
hurry {n} /ˈhʌ.ɹi/ (rushed action) :: prisa {f}, apuro {m} [Latin America], afán {m} [Colombia]
hurry {v} (to do things quickly) :: apresurarse, apurarse, darse prisa
hurry {v} (to speed up the rate) :: apresurarse [formal usage], darse prisa, apurarse [Latin America]
hurry up {v} (go faster) :: apurarse
hurt {v} /hɝt/ (to be painful) :: doler
hurt {v} (to cause physical pain and/or injury) :: lastimar, hacer daño
hurt {adj} (wounded, injured) :: herido
hurt {adj} (pained) :: dolido
hurtful {adj} (tending to impair or damage) :: nocivo
Hus {prop} (A Czech surname​) :: Hus
husband {n} /ˈhʌzbənd/ (male partner in marriage) :: marido {m}, esposo {m}
husband {v} (to conserve) :: ahorrar, manejar con economía
husband and wife {n} (husband and wife, see also: married couple) :: marido y mujer {m-p}, esposo y esposa {m-p}
husbandry {n} /ˈhʌzb(ə)ndɹi/ (cultivation of crops and raising of livestock) :: agricultura {f}
hush {v} /hʌʃ/ (to become quiet) :: callar, callarse
hush {v} (to make quiet) :: callar
hush {n} (silence) :: silencio {m}
husk {n} /hʌsk/ (exterior of certain vegetables or fruits) :: farfolla {f}, cáscara {f}
husk {n} (any worthless exterior) :: farfolla {f}, cáscara {f}
husky {adj} /ˈhʌs.ki/ :: fornido, robusto
hussar {n} (light cavalry of any of several European armies) :: húsar {m}
Hussite {n} (follower) :: husita {m} {f}
hustle {v} (to rush or hurry) :: darse prisa, apurarse
hustle {v} (to con or deceive) :: engañar, engrupir
hustle and bustle {n} (activity) :: ajetreo, trajín
hustler {n} (prostitute) SEE: prostitute ::
hustler {n} /ˈhʌsləɹ/ (a pimp) :: chulo {m}
hustler {n} (a male prostitute who sells his services to men) :: gigoló {m}, chapero {m}, puto {m}, prostituto {m}
hut {n} /hʌt/ (small wooden shed) :: cabaña {f}, chamizo {m}
hut {n} (primitive dwelling) :: choza {f}
hutch {n} /hʌtʃ/ (cage for rabbits) :: conejera {f}
hutong {n} (lane) SEE: lane ::
hutong {n} (alley) SEE: alley ::
hyacinth {n} /ˈhaɪəsɪnθ/ (plant of the genus Hyacinthus) :: jacinto {m}
Hyacinth {prop} (male given name) :: Jacinto
Hyacinth {prop} (female given name) :: Jacinta
Hyacinth {prop} (Hyacinthus) SEE: Hyacinthus ::
Hyacinthus {prop} /ˌhaɪəˈsɪnθəs/ (Greek hero) :: Jacinto
hyaluronic {adj} (of or pertaining to hyaluronic acid or its derivatives) :: hialurónico
hybrid {n} /ˈhaɪ.bɹɪd/ (biology: offspring resulting from crossbreeding) :: híbrido {m}
hybrid {n} (something of mixed origin) :: híbrido {m}
hybrid {adj} (consisting of diverse components) :: híbrido
hybridization {n} /haɪ.bɹɪd.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ (act of hybridizing) :: hibridación
hybridize {v} /ˈhaɪ.bɹɪd.aɪz/ (to cross-breed) :: hibridar
Hyderabad {prop} /ˈhaɪdəɹəbɑːd/ (capital of Telangana) :: Hyderabad
hydra {n} /ˈhaɪdɹə/ (any of several small freshwater polyps of the genus Hydra and related genera) :: hydra {f}
Hydra {prop} /ˈhaɪ̯dɹə/ (mythical serpent) :: Hidra de Lerna
Hydra {prop} (constellation) :: Hydra
Hydra {prop} (one of Pluto's moons) :: Hidra
hydracid {n} (chemistry: an acid that does not contain any oxygen) :: hidrácido {m}
hydrangea {n} /haɪˈdɹeɪnd͡ʒ(i)ə/ (shrub) :: hortensia {f}
hydrargyrum {n} /haɪˈdɹɑːd͡ʒɪɹəm/ (cognate translations of hydrargyrum — otherwise see mercury) :: hidrargiro {m}, hidrargirio {m}
hydrate {n} /ˈhaɪdɹeɪt/ (solid compound containing or linked to water molecules) :: hidrato {m}
hydrate {v} (to absorb water) :: hidratar
hydraulic {adj} /haɪˈdɹɔːlɪk/ (Having to do with water) :: hidráulico
hydraulic {adj} (Related to hydraulics) :: hidráulico
hydraulic engineering {n} (sub-discipline of civil engineering concerned with water and sewage) :: ingeniería hidráulica {f}
hydraulic fracturing {n} (technique in which a mixture of water and sand is forced down an oil well) :: fracturamiento hidráulico {m}, fracking {m}, fractura hidráulica {f}
hydraulicity {n} (condition of being hydraulic) :: hidraulicidad {f}
hydraulics {n} /haɪˈdɹɔːlɪks/ (engineering science that deals with liquid in motion) :: hidráulica {f}
hydrazine {n} (NH2-NH2) :: hidracina {f}
hydride {n} (compound of hydrogen) :: hidruro {m}
hydro- {prefix} /haɪdɹoʊ-/ (pertaining to water) :: hidro-
hydrocarbon {n} (compound of carbon and hydrogen) :: hidrocarburo {m}
hydrocephalus {n} (skull enlargement due to fluid) :: hidrocefalia {f}
hydrochloric {adj} (relating to hydrochloric acid) :: clorhídrico, hidroclórico
hydrochloric acid {n} (strong acid made by dissolving the gas, hydrogen chloride) :: ácido clorhídrico
hydrodynamic {adj} (of or relating to the science of hydrodynamics) :: hidrodinámico
hydrodynamically {adv} /ˌhaɪdɹoʊdaɪˈnæmɪkli/ (using hydrodynamics) :: hidrodinámicamente
hydrodynamics {n} (study of fluids in motion) :: hidrodinámica {f}
hydrofoil {n} /ˈhaɪˌdɹoʊ.foɪl/ (vessel) :: alíscafo {m}, aliscafo {m}
hydrofracking {n} (hydraulic fracturing) SEE: hydraulic fracturing ::
hydrogen {n} /ˈhaɪdɹədʒ(ə)n/ (chemical element) :: hidrógeno {m}
hydrogenate {v} /ˈhaɪdɹədʒəneɪt/ (treat or react with hydrogen) :: hidrogenar
hydrogenation {n} (the chemical reaction of hydrogen with another substance) :: hidrogenación {f}
hydrogen bomb {n} (thermonuclear bomb) :: bomba de hidrógeno {f}
hydrogen peroxide {n} (H2O2) :: peróxido de hidrógeno {m}, agua oxigenada {f}
hydrogen sulfide {n} (H2S) :: sulfuro de hidrógeno {m}
hydrogen vehicle {n} (any vehicle that uses hydrogen as its principal fuel) :: vehículo de hidrógeno
hydrography {n} (Measurement and description of navigable waters) :: hidrografía {f}
hydrologic {adj} (of or pertaining to hydrology) :: hidrológico
hydrologist {n} /haɪˈdɹɒl.ə.dʒɪst/ (one who is skilled in or practises hydrology) :: hidrólogo {m}
hydrology {n} (science related to water) :: hidrología {f}
hydrolysis {n} (a chemical process of decomposition) :: hidrólisis {f}
hydromassage {n} (massage using water) :: hidromasaje {m}
hydronium {n} (H3O+) :: hidronio {m}
hydronym {n} /ˈhʌɪdɹənɪm/ (name of a body of water) :: hidrónimo
hydrophobia {n} /ˌhʌɪ.dɹə(ʊ)ˈfəʊ.bɪ.ə/ (fear of water, see also: aquaphobia) :: hidrofobia
hydrophobic {adj} (lacking an affinity for water) :: hidrófobo
hydroquinone {n} (the diphenol para-dihydroxy benzene) :: hidroquinona {f}
hydrosol {n} (sol in which the continuous phase is water) :: hidrosol {m}
hydrosphere {n} (waters of the Earth) :: hidrosfera {f}
hydrostatic {adj} /ˌhaɪdɹəʊˈstætɪk/ (of or relating to hydrostatics) :: hidrostático
hydrotherapist {n} (therapist who performs hydrotherapy) :: hidroterapista {m} {f}
hydrotherapy {n} (technique that uses water for the treatment of disease) :: hidroterapia {f}
hydroxide {n} (univalent anion) :: hidróxido {m}
hydroxyl {n} (-OH) :: hidroxilo {m}, oxhidrilo {m}
Hydrus {prop} (constellation) :: Hydrus
hyena {n} /haɪˈiːnə/ (mammal) :: hiena {f}
hygiene {n} /ˈhaɪˌdʒiːn/ (conditions and practices that promote and preserve health) :: higiene {f}
hygienic {adj} /haɪˈdʒiːnɪk/ (pertaining to hygiene) :: higiénico {m}
hygrometer {n} (instrument that measures humidity) :: higrómetro {m}
hygroscopic {adj} (readily taking up and retaining water) :: higroscópico
hymen {n} /ˈhaɪmən/ (membrane which occludes the vagina) :: himen {m}
hymeneal {adj} /hʌɪməˈniːəl/ (pertaining to marriage) :: himeneo
hymenium {n} (spore bearing surface) :: himenio {m}
hymn {n} /hɪm/ (a song of praise or worship) :: himno {m}
hymnal {n} /ˈhɪmnəl/ (book or collection of hymns) :: himnario {m}
hymnbook {n} (book of hymns) SEE: hymnal ::
hypallage {n} /hɪˈpælədʒi/ (literary device) :: hipálage {f}
hypanthium {n} (bottom part of a flower) :: hipantio {m}
hype {n} /haɪp/ (promotion) :: furor {m}, propaganda exagerada {f}, hype
hype {v} (to promote) :: promocionar
hyper- {prefix} /ˈhaɪpɚ/ (over, above, beyond) :: hiper-
hyper- {prefix} (excessive) :: hiper-
hyper- {prefix} (existing in more than three spatial dimensions) :: hiper-
hyper- {prefix} (linked non-sequentially) :: hiper-
hyperbaton {n} /haɪˈpɜːbətɒn/ (grammar) :: hipérbaton {m}, hipérbato {m}
hyperbola {n} (geometric curve) :: hipérbola {f}
hyperbole {n} /haɪˈpɝːbəli/ (rhetorical device) :: hipérbole {f}
hyperbolic {adj} (exaggerated) :: hiperbólico
hyperbolic {adj} (pertaining to a mathematical hyperbola) :: hiperbólico
hyperbolical {adj} (hyperbolic) SEE: hyperbolic ::
hypercatalectic {adj} (having an extra syllable) :: hipercataléctico
hypercholesterolemia {n} (an excess of cholesterol in the blood) :: hipercolesterolemia {f}
hypercorrect {adj} (incorrect because of mistaken idea of correctness) :: hipercorrecto
hypercorrection {n} /ˌhaɪ.pɚ.kəˈɹɛk.ʃən/ (use of a nonstandard form) :: ultracorrección {f}, hipercorrección {f}
hypercube {n} /ˈhaɪ.pɚ.kjuːb/ (a geometric figure) :: hipercubo {m}
hyperesthesia {n} (unusual sensitivity) :: hiperestesia {f}
hyperfocused {adj} :: hiperenfocado
hypergamy {n} (hypergamy) :: hipergamia {f}
hypergeometric distribution {n} (probability distribution) :: distribución hipergeométrica {f}
hypergiant {n} (star that is extremely massive) :: hipergigante {f}
hyperglycemia {n} (unusually high concentration of sugar in the blood) :: hiperglucemia, hiperglicemia
hyperinflation {n} (inflation at a very high rate) :: hiperinflación {f}
Hyperion {prop} /haɪˈpɪːɹi.ən/ (a Titan, the son of Gaia and Uranus) :: Hiperión {m}
Hyperion {prop} (moon) :: Hiperión {m}
hyperlink {n} (link from one electronic document to another) :: hiperenlace {m}
hyperlink {n} :: hipervínculo {m}
hyperlink {v} (to add a hyperlink to a document) :: hipervincular
hypermasculine {adj} /ˌhaɪpə(ɹ)ˈmæskjʊlɪn/ :: hipermasculino {m}
hypermasculinity {n} :: hipermasculinidad {f}
hypermetric {adj} (having a redundant syllable) :: hipermétrico
hypermetropia {n} (disorder of the vision) SEE: farsightedness ::
hypernatremia {n} /ˌhaɪ.pɚ.nəˈtɹi.mi.ə/ (abnormally high concentration of sodium in blood plasma) :: hipernatremia {f}
hypernova {n} (the gravitational collapse of a massive star to form a black hole) :: hipernova {f}
hypernym {n} /ˈhaɪpɚnɪm/ (superordinate grouping word) :: hiperónimo {m}
hyperon {n} (baryon with nonzero strangeness) :: hiperón {m}
hyperonym {n} (hypernym) SEE: hypernym ::
hyperopia {n} (disorder of the vision) SEE: farsightedness ::
hyperpigmentation {n} (darkening) :: hiperpigmentación {f}
hyperplasia {n} /ˌhaɪ.pɚ.ˈpleɪ.ʒə/ (increase in the size of a tissue or organ) :: hiperplasia {f}
hypersensitivity {n} (heightened immune response to an antigen) :: hipersensibilidad {f}
hypersexuality {n} (extreme libido) :: hipersexualidad {f}
hyperspace {n} (mathematics) :: hiperespacio {m}
hyperspace {n} (notional space in science fiction) :: hiperespacio {m}
hypertension {n} (abnormally high blood pressure) :: hipertensión {f}
hypertensive {adj} (of or pertaining to, or causing hypertension) :: hipertensivo
hypertext {n} /ˈhaɪpəɹˌtɛkst/ (uncountable: text for the Web) :: hipertexto {m}
hypertext {n} (countable: hypertext document) :: hipertexto {m}
hypertextual {adj} (of or relating to hypertext) :: hipertextual
hyperthermia {n} (medical condition) :: hipertermia {f}
hyperthyroidism {n} (pathological condition resulting from excess thyroid hormones) :: hipertiroidismo {m}
hypertrophy {n} /haɪˈpɝːtɹəfi/ (an increase in the size of an organ due to swelling of the individual cells) :: hipertrofia {f}
hypertrophy {v} (to increase in size) :: hipertrofiarse
hyperventilate {v} (to breathe quickly and deeply) :: hiperventilar
hyperventilation {n} /ˌhaɪpɚˌvɛntəˈleɪʃən/ (the state of breathing faster) :: hiperventilación {f}
hypervolemic {adj} (of or pertaining to hypervolemia) :: hipervolémico
hypha {n} (filament that forms the mycelium of a fungus) :: hifa {f}
hyphema {n} :: hipema {m}
hyphen {n} /ˈhaɪ.fən/ (symbol used to join words or to indicate a word has been split) :: guion {m}
hyphenation {n} /ˌhaɪfəˈneɪʃən/ (inclusion and location of hyphens) :: separación silábica
hypno- {prefix} /hɪpnoʊ-/ (sleep) :: hipno-
Hypnos {prop} /ˈhɪpnɒs/ (Hypnos, the Greek god of sleep) :: Hipnos {m}
hypnosis {n} (a trancelike state) :: hipnosis {m}
hypnosis {n} (art or skill of hypnotism) SEE: hypnotism ::
hypnotherapist {n} (practitioner of hypnotherapy) :: hipnoterapeuta {m} {f}
hypnotherapy {n} (treatment of disease through hypnotism) :: hipnoterapia {f}
hypnotic {adj} /hɪpˈnɒtɪk/ (of or relating to hypnosis or hypnotism) :: hipnótico
hypnotic {n} (a soporific substance) :: hipnótico {m}
hypnotise {v} (hypnotise) SEE: hypnotize ::
hypnotism {n} (hypnotism) :: hipnotismo {m}
hypnotist {n} /ˈhɪpnətɪst/ (person who uses hypnotism) :: hipnotizador {m}
hypnotization {n} (act or process of producing hypnotism) :: hipnotización {f}
hypnotize {v} /ˈhɪpnətaɪ̯z/ (To induce somebody into a state of hypnosis) :: hipnotizar
hypnotized {adj} (under hypnosis) :: hipnotizado {m}, hipnotizada {f}
hypocaust {n} (underground heating system for a bath) :: hipocausto
hypochlorous {adj} (having a lower valence than in cholrous compounds) :: hipocloroso
hypochondria {n} (psychological disorder) :: hipocondría {f}, patofobia {f}
hypochondriac {adj} /ˌhaɪpoʊˈkɑːndɹiæk/ (affected by hypochondria) :: hipocondríaco, hipocondriaco
hypochondriac {adj} (related to the hypochondrium) :: hipocondríaco, hipocondriaco, hipocóndrico
hypochondriac {n} (person affected with hypochondria) :: hipocondríaco {m}
hypochondriasis {n} (excessive fear of or preoccupation with a serious illness) :: hipocondría {f}
hypochondrium {n} (upper region of the abdomen) :: hipocondrio {m}
hypocorism {n} /haɪˈpɒ.kəˌɹɪ.zəm/ (hypocoristic) :: hipocorístico {m}
hypocoristic {adj} /ˌhaɪpəkəˈɹɪstɪk/ (relating to a nickname, usually indicating intimacy) :: hipocorístico
hypocoristic {n} (nickname, especially one indicating intimacy and formed through shortening of the original name) :: hipocorístico
hypocrisy {n} /hɪˈpɑkɹəsi/ (Claim, pretense, or false representation of holding beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not actually possess) :: hipocresía {f}
hypocrite {n} /ˈhɪ.pə.kɹɪt/ (person practising hypocrisy) :: hipócrita
hypocritical {adj} /hɪpəˈkɹɪtɪkəl/ (characterized by hypocrisy or being a hypocrite) :: mocho
hypodermis {n} (skin) :: hipodermis {f}
hypoesthesia {n} (partial loss of sensation) :: hipoestesia {f}
hypogamy {n} (hypogamy) :: hipogamia {f}
hypogastric {adj} (of or pertaining the hypogastrium) :: hipogástrico
hypogastrium {n} (area of the human abdomen residing below the umbilicus) :: hipogastrio {m}
hypoglossal {adj} (of or pertaining to the area under the tongue) :: hipogloso
hypoglycemia {n} (low level of blood glucose) :: hipoglucemia {f}, hipoglicemia {f}
hypoglycemic {adj} (suffering from hypoglycemia) :: hipoglucémico
hypohydration {n} (dehydration) SEE: dehydration ::
hypomasculinity {n} :: hipomasculinidad {f}
hyponatremia {n} (A low concentration of sodium) :: hiponatremia {f}
hyponym {n} /ˈhaɪ.poʊ.nɪm/ (more specific word) :: hipónimo {m}
hypophysis {n} /haɪˈpɒfɪsɪs/ (gland) :: hipófisis
hypopituitarism {n} /ˌhaɪpəʊpɪˈt(j)uːɪtəˌɹɪzəm/ (decrease in secretion of one or more of the eight hormones normally produced by the pituitary gland) :: hipopituitarismo {m}
hypospadias {n} /hʌɪpəˈspeɪdɪəs/ (medicine: a birth defect of the male urethra) :: hipospadias {m}
hypostasis {n} (postmortem lividity; livor mortis; suggillation) SEE: livor mortis ::
hypotension {n} (disease of abnormally low blood pressure) :: hipotensión {f}
hypotenuse {n} /haɪˈpɑt̬ənus/ (The side of a right triangle opposite the right angle) :: hipotenusa {f}
hypothalamic {adj} (pertaining to the hypothalamus) :: hipotalámico
hypothalamus {n} (a region of the brain, below the thalamus) :: hipotálamo {m}
hypothenar {adj} /haɪˈpɒθɪnə/ (of the ulnar side of the palm and underlying muscles) :: hipotenar
hypothermia {n} (medical condition) :: hipotermia {f}
hypothermic {adj} (affected by hypothermia) :: hipotermia {f}
hypothesis {n} /haɪˈpɒθɪ̈sɪs/ (tentative conjecture in science) :: hipótesis {f}
hypothesis {n} (assumption taken to be true) :: hipótesis {f}
hypothesis {n} (antecedent of a conditional statement) :: hipótesis {f}
hypothetical {adj} /ˌhaɪpəˈθɛtɪkl/ (based upon a hypothesis) :: hipotético
hypothetically {adv} (in a hypothetical way) :: hipotéticamente
hypothyroidism {n} /ˌhaɪpəˈθaɪɹɔɪˌdɪzəm/ (disease state) :: hipotiroidismo {m}
hypotrochoid {n} /ˌhaɪ.poʊˈtɹoʊ.kɔɪd/ (geometric curve) :: hipotrocoide {f}
hypovolemic {adj} (of, pertaining to, or characterized by low volume of blood in the circulatory system) :: hipovolémico
hypoxemia {n} (abnormal deficiency in the concentration of oxygen in the blood) :: hipoxemia {f}
hypoxia {n} (condition in which tissues are deprived of oxygen) :: hipoxia {f}
hypoxic {adj} (pertaining to hypoxia) :: hipóxico
hypsometer {n} (instrument) :: hipsómetro {m}
hyrax {n} /ˈhɑɪ.ɹæks/ (mammal of the order Hyracoidea) :: damán {m}
Hyrcania {prop} (region in south of Caspian Sea) :: Hircania {f}
hyssop {n} /ˈhɪ.səp/ (any of several aromatic bushy herbs, of the genus Hyssopus) :: hisopo {m}
hysterectomy {n} /hɪstəˈɹɛktəmi/ (surgical removal of the uterus or part thereof) :: histerectomía {f}
hysteresis {n} (a property of a system) :: histéresis {f}
hysteria {n} /hɨˈstɛɹijə/ (behavior exhibiting excessive or uncontrollable emotion) :: histeria
hysterically {adv} (in a hysterical manner) :: histéricamente
hysterics {n} (hysteria) :: histeria {f}, histérica