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i {n} /aɪ/ (name of the letter I, i) :: i {f}, i latina {f}
I {pron} (personal pronoun) :: yo
I am {interj} (I'm) SEE: I'm ::
I am a doctor {phrase} (I am a doctor (a physician)) :: soy médico
iamb {n} /ˈaɪəm/ (a metrical foot) :: yambo {m}
iambic {adj} (consisting of iambs or characterized by their predominance) :: yámbico
iambic pentameter {n} (a poetic meter) :: pentámetro yámbico {m}
Iamblichus {prop} (Greek philosopher) :: Jámblico {m}
I am blind {phrase} (I'm blind) SEE: I'm blind ::
I am English {phrase} (I am English) :: soy inglés {m}, soy inglesa {f}, yo soy británico {m}, yo soy británica {f}
I am HIV positive {phrase} (I am HIV positive) :: soy seropositivo
I am hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) SEE: I'm hungry ::
I am thirsty {phrase} (I'm thirsty) SEE: I'm thirsty ::
I am tired {phrase} (I'm tired) SEE: I'm tired ::
I am twenty years old {phrase} (I'm twenty years old) SEE: I'm twenty years old ::
I am ... year(s) old {phrase} (I'm ... year(s) old) SEE: I'm ... year(s) old ::
-ian {suffix} /iːən/ (related to) :: -iano {m}, -iana {f}
Ian {prop} /iːən/ (male given name) :: Juan {m}
Iapetus {prop} /aɪˈæpɪtəs/ (the moon of Saturn) :: Jápeto
iatrogenesis {n} /aɪˌætɹoʊˈdʒɛnɪsɪs/ (any adverse effect resulting from medical treatment) :: iatrogenia {f}
iatrogenic {adj} /aɪˌætɹəˈdʒɛnɪk/ (induced by physician or medical treatment) :: iatrogénico {m}, iatrogénica {f}
iatrophobia {n} (fear of doctors) :: iatrofobia {f}
-iatry {suffix} :: -iatría
Iberia {prop} /aɪˈbɪəɹ.i.ə/ (region south of the Pyrenees) :: Iberia
Iberia {prop} (ancient region of Georgia) :: Iberia caucásica, Iberia del Este, Iberia asiática
Iberian {adj} (Native to Iberia) :: ibérico {m}, ibero {m}, íbero {m}
Iberian {n} (Native of Iberia) :: ibero {m}, íbero {m}
Iberian {n} (an extinct language) :: ibérico, ibero, íbero
Iberian lynx {n} (Lynx pardinus) :: lince ibérico
Iberian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula) :: Península Ibérica {f}, Península Hispánica {f}, Península Hespérica {f}
Iberian Sea {prop} (Balearic Sea) SEE: Balearic Sea ::
ibex {n} /ˈaɪbɛks/ (type of wild mountain goat) :: íbice {m}, ibex {m}
ibid. {abbr} (abbreviation of ibidem) :: íd.
ibis {n} /ˈaɪ.bɪs/ (Threskiornithid) :: ibis {m}
Ibiza {prop} /ɪˈbiːθə/ (island) :: Ibiza {f}
Ibizan {adj} (from or pertaining to Ibiza) :: ibicenco
Ibizan {n} (a person from Ibiza) :: ibicenco {m}
Ibizan Hound {n} /iˈbizn̩ˌhæʊ̯nd/ (Ibizan Hound) :: podenco ibicenco {m}
-ible {suffix} (expressing capacity or worthiness in a passive sense) :: -able, -ible
iBook {n} (device) :: iBook {m}
IBSA {initialism} (India, Brazil, and South Africa) :: IBSA {m}
ibuprofen {n} /ˌaɪ.bjuːˈpɹoʊ.fən/ (pharmaceutical drug) :: ibuprofeno {m}
-ic {suffix} (Note: these translations are a guide only. For more precise translations, see individual words ending in -ic) :: -ico
I came, I saw, I conquered {phrase} (used to indicate a total swift victory) :: vine, vi y vencí
I can't find my ... {phrase} (I can't find my ...) :: no puedo encontrar mío ... {m}, no puedo encontrar mía ... {f}, no puedo encontrar míos ... {m-p}, no puedo encontrar mías ... {f-p}
I can't swim {phrase} (I can't swim) :: no sé nadar
ICAO {initialism} (International Civil Aviation Organization) :: OACI {f} (Organización de Aviación Civil Internacional)
ICAO spelling alphabet {n} (ICAO radiotelephony spelling alphabet) :: alfabeto radiofónico {m}
Icarus {prop} /ˈɪkəɹəs/ :: Ícaro {m}
ice {n} /aɪs/ (water in frozen form) :: hielo {m}
ice {n} (frozen dessert) :: helado {m}
ice {v} (to freeze) :: congelar
ice {n} (diamond) SEE: diamond ::
ice axe {n} (axe used by mountaineers to cut footholds in the ice) :: piolet {m}
ice bear {n} (polar bear) SEE: polar bear ::
iceberg {n} /ˈaɪsbɝɡ/ (huge mass of floating ice) :: banquisa {f}, iceberg {m}, témpano de hielo {m}, témpano {m}
iceberg lettuce {n} (vegetable) :: lechuga iceberg {f}
icebox {n} (refrigerator) SEE: refrigerator ::
icebreaker {n} /ˈaɪsˌbɹeɪkəɹ/ (ship designed to break through ice) :: rompehielos {m}
ice cap {n} (permanent expanse of ice) :: campo de hielo {m}, capa de hielo {f}
ice-cold {adj} /ˈʌɪskəʊld/ (as cold as ice) :: gélido {m}, helado
ice core {n} (core sample removed from an ice sheet) :: testigo de hielo {m}
ice cream {n} /ˌaɪsˈkɹiːm/ (dessert) :: helado {m}, [Mexico] nieve
ice cream {n} (in a cone) :: cucurucho {m}
ice cream cone {n} (conical confection for holding ice cream) :: cucurucho {m}
ice cream maker {n} (machine used to make homemade ice cream) :: heladora {f}
ice cream parlor {n} (business) :: heladería {f}
ice cube {n} (small piece of ice used for cooling drinks) :: cubito de hielo {m}, cubo de hielo, hielo {m}, cubito {m}
ice cube tray {n} (ice tray) SEE: ice tray ::
ice dam {n} :: presa de hielo {f}, barrera de hielo {f}
iced coffee {n} (beverage) :: café helado {m}
iced tea {n} (cold tea) :: té helado {m}
ice field {n} (expanse of floating ice) :: campo de hielo {m}, capa de hielo {f}
ice floe {n} (floe) SEE: floe ::
ice hockey {n} (hockey) :: hockey sobre hielo {m}
Iceland {prop} /ˈaɪs.lənd/ (country in Europe) :: Islandia {f}
Icelander {n} (a person from Iceland or of Icelandic descent) :: islandés {m}, islandesa {f}
Icelandic {n} /aɪsˈlændɪk/ (language) :: islandés
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to Iceland) :: islandés
Icelandic {n} (Icelander) SEE: Icelander ::
Icelandish {prop} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic ::
Icelandish {adj} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic ::
ice lolly {n} (frozen juice) :: polo
ice milk {n} (ice cream -like product made of milk) :: leche helada {f}
ice over {v} (to become covered in ice) :: helarse, congelarse
icepick {n} (a pointed tool used for breaking ice) :: punzón de hielo {m}
ice resurfacer {n} (implement used to renew ice surface) :: pulidora de hielo {f}
ice rink {n} (a surface for ice skating) :: pista de hielo
ice sheet {n} (broad glacial mass) :: indlandsis {f}, calota de hielo {f}, capa de hielo {f}
ice shelf {n} /ˈaɪs ˌʃɛlf/ (thick floating platform of ice) :: plataforma de hielo flotante {f}, barrera de hielo {f}, meseta de hielo {f}
ice skate {n} (a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice) :: patín a hielo {m}
ice tray {n} (tray) :: cubetera {f}, cubetera de hielo {f}
ichthyological {adj} (ichthyological) :: ictiológico
ichthyologist {n} (expert in ichthyology) :: ictiólogo {m}
ichthyology {n} /ˌɪkθiˈɒlədʒi/ (branch of zoology devoted to the study of fish) :: ictiología {f}
ichthyoplankton {n} (ichthyoplankton) :: ictioplancton {m}
ichthyosaur {n} (extinct reptile) :: ictiosaurio {m}
ichthyosis {n} /ɪkθɪˈəʊsɪs/ (disease which gives the sufferer dry scaly skin) :: ictiosis {f}
icicle {n} /ˈaɪsəkəl/ (a spear-shape of ice) :: carámbano {m}
icing {n} /ˈaɪsɪŋ/ (sweet glaze used for baked goods) :: suspiro {m}
icing sugar {n} (powdered sugar) SEE: powdered sugar ::
icon {n} /ˈaɪ.kɑːn/ (image) :: icono {m}, ícono {m}
icon {n} (religious painting) :: icono {m}, ícono {m}; icono {m}, ícono {m}
icon {n} (small picture, computer icon) :: icono {m}, ícono {m}
iconoclasm {n} (belief in, participation in, or sanction of destroying religious icons) :: iconoclasia {f}
iconoclast {n} /aɪˈkɒnəklæst/ (one who destroys religious images or icons) :: iconoclasta
iconoclast {n} (one who opposes orthodoxy and religion) :: iconoclasta
iconoclast {n} (one who attacks cherished beliefs) :: iconoclasta
iconoclast {n} :: iconoclasta {m} {f}
iconography {n} (set of symbolic forms) :: iconografía {f}
iconology {n} /aɪkəˈnɒlədʒi/ (the study of icons) :: iconología {f}
iconostasis {n} (a wall of icons) :: iconostasio {m}
icosahedron {n} (a polyhedron) :: icosaedro {m}
ICU {n} (intensive care unit) :: UCI {f}
icy {adj} /ˈaɪsi/ (pertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice) :: helado
icy {adj} (covered with ice) :: cubierto de hielo
id {n} /ɪd/ (id) :: ello {m}
ID {n} (identification or identity documentation) SEE: ID card ::
Idaho {prop} /ˈaɪdəhoʊ/ (US state) :: Idaho {m}
ID card {n} (card or badge showing the official identity of the wearer) :: carnet de identidad {m}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of related compounds) :: -ido {m}
-ide {suffix} (binary compound of a nonmetal) :: -uro {m}
-ide {suffix} (any of a group of several elements) :: -ido {m}
idea {n} /aɪˈdɪə/ (image formed in the mind) :: idea {f}
ideal {adj} /aɪˈdɪəl/ (being optimal) :: ideal
ideal {adj} (being perfect) :: ideal
ideal {adj} (conceptual) :: ideal
ideal {adj} :: ideal
ideal {n} (perfect standard of beauty, intellect etc.) :: ideal {m}
idealism {n} (property of a person of having high ideals that are usually unrealizable) :: idealismo {m}
idealism {n} (an approach to philosophical enquiry) :: idealismo {m}
idealization {n} (act or process of idealizing) :: idealización {f}
idealize {v} (transitive: to regard something as ideal) :: idealizar
ideally {adv} /ʌɪˈdɪəli/ (preferably) :: idealmente
idée fixe {n} /ide fiks/ (idea dominating the mind) :: piñón fijo {m}, idea fija {f}
idempotence {n} (quality) :: idempotencia {f}
idempotent {adj} /aɪdəmˈpoʊtənt/ (mathematics: Said of an element of an algebraic structure with a binary operation: that when the element operates on itself, the result is equal to itself) :: idempotente
identical {adj} (bearing full likeness) :: idéntico
identically {adv} (in an identical manner) :: idénticamente
identifiable {adj} (capable of being distinguished and named) :: identificable
identification {n} (the act of identifying, or proving to be the same) :: identificación
identifier {n} (formal name used in source code to refer to a variable, function, procedure, package, etc.) :: identificador {m}
identify {v} /aɪˈdɛn.tɪ.faɪ/ (to establish the identity of someone or something) :: identificar
identify {v} (to equate two or more things) :: identificar
identify {v} (to associate oneself with some group) :: identificarse
identikit {n} /aɪˈdentəkɪt/ (facial composite) :: retrato robot {m}
identity {n} /aɪˈdɛntəti/ (the sameness some individuals share to make up the same kind or universal) :: identidad {f}
identity {n} (the difference or character that marks off an individual from the rest) :: identidad {f}
identity {n} (name or persona) :: identidad {f}
identity {n} (knowledge of who one is) :: identidad {f}
identity {n} (algebra: element) SEE: identity element ::
identity card {n} (a card showing one's identity) SEE: ID card ::
identity element {n} (member of a structure) :: elemento neutro {m}
identity matrix {n} (diagonal matrix with all diagonal elements equal to 1) :: matriz identidad {f}
identity theft {n} (deliberate assumption of another person's identity) :: hurto de la identidad
ideogram {n} /ˈɪd.i.oʊ.ɡɹæm/ (symbol) :: ideograma
ideograph {n} (ideogram) SEE: ideogram ::
ideolog {n} (ideologue) SEE: ideologue ::
ideologic {adj} (ideological) SEE: ideological ::
ideological {adj} (of or pertaining to an ideology) :: ideológico
ideologue {n} /ˈaɪ.di.əl.ɑɡ/ (advocate of a particular ideology) :: ideólogo {m}
ideology {n} /aɪ.di.ˈɑl.ə.dʒi/ (doctrine, body of ideas) :: ideología {f}
ideology {n} (study of the origin and nature of ideas) :: ideología {f}
ideophone {n} (sound symbolic word) :: ideófono
idiocy {n} /ˈɪdi.əsi/ (state of being an idiot) :: idiotez {f}
idiolect {n} /ˈɪdɪəʊ̆lɛkt/ (variant of a language used by a particular individual) :: idiolecto {m}
idiom {n} /ˈɪdɪəm/ (language variety) :: idioma {m}
idiom {n} (idiomatic expression) :: idiotismo {m}, idiomatismo {m}, modismo {m}
idiomatic {adj} /ˌɪdi.əˈmætɪk/ (pertaining or conforming to the mode of expression characteristic of a language) :: idiomático {m}
idiomatical {adj} (idiomatical) SEE: idiomatic ::
idiomaticity {n} /ˈɪd.i.əʊ.məˈtɪ.si.ti/ (the quality of being idiomatic) :: idiomaticidad {f}
idiopathic {adj} /ˌɪdioʊˈpæθɪk/ (disease or condition having no known cause) :: idiopático
idiophone {n} /ˈɪdi.əfoʊn/ (any musical instrument that produces its sound by its own vibration) :: idiófono {m}
idiosyncrasy {n} /ˌɪdɪə(ʊ)ˈsɪŋkɹəsi/ (way of behaving or thinking) :: idiosincrasia {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} (language or behaviour particular to an individual or a group) :: idiosincrasia {f}
idiosyncratic {adj} (peculiar to a specific individual) :: idiosincrásico, idiosincrático
idiot {n} /ˈɪd.i.ət/ (person of low general intelligence) :: idiota {m} {f}
idiot box {n} (television (pejorative)) :: caja boba {f}
idiotize {v} (make or become stupid) :: idiotizar
idiotypic {adj} (Of or pertaining to an idiotype) :: idiotípico
idle {adj} /ˈaɪd(ə)l/ (not turned to appropriate use, not occupied, of time with little activity) :: desocupado
idle {adj} (not engaged in any occupation or employment) :: ocioso
idle {adj} (averse to work or labor) :: vagabundo
idle {v} (to spend in idleness, to waste) :: flojear
idle hands are the devil's workshop {proverb} (One who is idle will likely come to do evil) :: cuando el diablo no tiene qué hacer, mata moscas con el rabo
idleness {n} (state of being idle; inactivity) :: inactividad {f}
idleness {n} (state of being indolent) :: indolencia {f}
idler {n} (one who spends his or her time in inaction) :: ocioso {m}
idler {n} (one who is lazy; a sluggard) :: holgazán {m}, flojo {m}, remolón
I'd like to kiss you {phrase} (I'd like to kiss you) :: [informal] me gustaría besarte, [formal] me gustaría besarle
I'd like to know {phrase} (phrase) :: me gustaría saber, quisiera saber
Ido {prop} /ˈidoʊ/ (artificial language reformed from Esperanto) :: ido
idol {n} /ˈaɪd(ə)l/ (representation of anything revered) :: ídolo {m}
idol {n} (cultural icon, especially popular person) :: ídolo
idolater {n} /ˌaɪˈdɑlətəɹ/ (one who worships idols) :: idólatra {m} {f}
idolator {n} (idolater) SEE: idolater ::
idolatrous {adj} (partaking in idolatry) :: idólatra
idolatrous {adj} (engaging in excessive attachment or reverence) :: idólatra
idolatry {n} /aɪˈdɑ.lə.tɹi/ (worship of idols) :: idolatría {f}
idolize {v} /ˈaɪdəlaɪz/ (to make an idol of) :: idolatrar
idolize {v} (to adore excessively) :: idolatrar
idolopeia {n} :: idolopeya {f}
idolopoeia {n} :: idolopeya {f}
I don't care {phrase} (I don't care) :: no me importa, [Mexico] me vale
I don't drive {phrase} (I don't drive (a car, a vehicle)) :: no conduzco [Spain], no manejo [Latin America]
I don't eat fish {phrase} (I don't eat fish) :: no como pescado
I don't eat meat {phrase} (I don't eat meat) :: no como carne
I don't eat pork {phrase} (I don't eat pork) :: no como carne de cerdo
I don't have any money {phrase} (I don't have any money) :: no tengo dinero
I don't know {phrase} /ɑɪ̯ ɾoʊ̯(ʔ)t̚ noʊ̯]/ (I don’t know) :: no sé, no lo sé
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak English (specifically English)) :: no hablo inglés
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak (fill with the name of the current foreign language)) :: no hablo español
I don't think so {phrase} (I think that what has been said is untrue) :: pienso que no, creo que no
I don't understand {phrase} (I don't understand) :: no entiendo, no comprendo
I don't want it {phrase} (I don't want it) :: no lo quiero
idose {n} (aldohexose) :: idosa {f}
idyll {n} /ˈaɪdɪl/ (poem or short written piece) :: idilio {m}
idyll {n} (carefree or lighthearted experience) :: idilio {m}
idyllic {adj} /aɪˈdɪlɪk/ (of or pertaining to idylls) :: idílico
idyllic {adj} (happy, peaceful, picturescue) :: idílico
i.e. {abbr} /ˌaɪˈiː/ (that is) :: es decir, a saber, o sea
if {conj} /ɪf/ (supposing that) :: si
if {conj} (although; used to introduce a concession) :: si bien
if {conj} (whether) :: si
if {n} (a theoretical condition) :: hipótesis {f}, suposición {f}
if and only if {conj} (implies and is implied by) :: si y sólo si
if anything {adv} /ɪf ˈɛnɪθɪŋ/ (used to suggest or state tentatively that something may be the case) :: si acaso
iff {abbr} (abbreviation of if and only if) :: sii
if I'm honest {phrase} (to be honest) SEE: to be honest ::
if I were you {phrase} (advice introduction) :: si fuera tú, yo que tú
if looks could kill {phrase} (used to characterize a look of strong hostility) :: si la mirada matara
if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle {proverb} (proverb) :: si mi abuela tuviera ruedas, sería una bicicleta (if my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a bicycle)
if only {phrase} (signifies a wish) :: ojalá, si, si tan solo, si tan siquiera
if the mountain won't come to Muhammad {proverb} (if one cannot get one's own way) :: si la montaña no viene a Mahoma, Mahoma va a la montaña
if the shoe fits {phrase} (if the shoe fits, wear it) SEE: if the shoe fits, wear it ::
if the shoe fits, wear it {phrase} (idiomatic) :: al que le quepa el sayo, a el que le quede el saco, que se lo ponga
-ify {suffix} /ɪfaɪ/ (to produce verbs meaning to make) :: -ificar
if you can't beat them, join them {proverb} (if your adversaries are stronger than you, it is better to join their side) :: si no puedes contra el enemigo, únete a él
if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen {proverb} (if you cannot handle the pressure, you should not remain in a position where you have to deal with it) :: si no puesdes aguantar el calor, sal de la cocina
if you know what I mean {phrase} /ɪf ju ˌnoʊ wʌt aɪ ˈmin/ (used to allude to something unsaid or hinted at) :: si sabes a lo que me refiero, si sabes a qué me refiero
if you will {adv} (conceding a description) :: por así decirlo
igloo {n} /ˈɪɡluː/ (Inuit snow house) :: iglú {m}
Ignatian {adj} (of Saint Ignatius of Loyola) :: ignaciano
Ignatius {prop} /ɪɡˈneɪʃəs/ (male given name) :: Ignacio
igneous {adj} /ˈɪɡni.əs/ (pertaining to, having the nature of fire) :: ígneo
igneous {adj} (resulting from, or produced by, the action of great heat) :: ígneo
igneous rock {n} (one of the major groups of rock that makes up the crust of the Earth) :: roca ígnea {f}
ignifluous {adj} (flowing with fire) :: ignífluo
ignis fatuus {n} (will o' the wisp) SEE: will o' the wisp ::
ignis fatuus {n} /ˈɪɡnɪs ˈfætjuːəs/ (false hope) :: fuego fatuo {m}
ignite {v} /ɪɡˈnaɪt/ (to set fire to, to light) :: incendiar
ignite {v} :: encender
ignition {n} /ɪɡˈnɪʃən/ (initiation of combustion) :: encendido {m}
ignition {n} (system for activating combustion in an engine) :: encendido {m}
ignoble {adj} /ɪɡˈnəʊbəl/ (not noble; plebeian; common) :: innoble
ignoble {adj} (not honorable) :: innoble
ignominious {adj} /ɪɡnəˈmɪnɪəs/ (marked by shame or disgrace) :: ignominioso {m}
ignominy {n} /ˈɪɡnɑmɪni/ (great dishonor, shame, or humiliation) :: ignominia
ignorable {adj} (that can be ignored) :: ignorable
ignoramus {n} /ɪɡnəˈɹeɪməs/ (totally ignorant person) :: ignaro
ignorance {n} /ˈɪɡnəɹəns/ (condition of being uninformed or uneducated) :: ignorancia {f}
ignorance is bliss {proverb} (Ignorance is bliss) :: la ignorancia resulta en felicidad, ojos que no ven corazón que no siente, la ignorancia es atrevida
ignorant {adj} /ˈɪɡnəɹənt/ (characterized by ignorance) :: ignorante, ignaro {m}
ignorant {adj} :: inculto
ignore {v} /ɪɡˈnɔɹ/ (to deliberately pay no attention to) :: ignorar, desoír
iguana {n} /ɪˈɡwɑnə/ (any of several members of the lizard family Iguanidae) :: iguana {f}
iguana {n} (any member of the genus Iguana) :: iguana {f}
iguana {n} (a green iguana (Iguana iguana)) :: iguana {f}
Iguazu {prop} (river) :: Iguazú
Iguazu {prop} (waterfalls) :: Iguazú
I hate you {phrase} (expression of intense dislike) :: [informal] te odio, [formal] lo odio a usted, [informal plural] os odio, [formal plural] los odio a ustedes
I have a cold {phrase} /aɪ hæv ə koʊld/ (I have a cold) :: estoy resfriado {m}, estoy resfriada {f}
I have a fever {phrase} (I have a fever) :: tengo fiebre
I have a headache {phrase} (I have a headache) :: me duele la cabeza
I have AIDS {phrase} (I have AIDS) :: tengo sida
I have a question {phrase} (I have a question) :: tengo una pregunta, tengo una duda
I have asthma {phrase} (I have asthma) :: tengo asma
I have cancer {phrase} (I have cancer) :: tengo cáncer
I have diabetes {phrase} (I have diabetes) :: tengo diabetes
I have high blood pressure {phrase} (I have high blood pressure) :: tengo hipertensión, tengo la tensión alta
I have low blood pressure {phrase} (I have low blood pressure) :: tengo la tensión baja
I have no money {phrase} (I have no money) :: no tengo dinero
ikebana {n} (Japanese art of flower arrangement) :: ikebana {f}
I kid you not {phrase} :: no bromeo, no es broma
I know {phrase} (response indicating agreement with prior statement before it was made) :: lo sé
I know you are but what am I {phrase} (assertion that an insult made by the party to whom the phrase is directed is actually true of that party) :: el burro hablando de orejas, el comal le dijo a la olla, mira quién habla
ileocecal valve {n} (sphincter muscle valve that separates the small intestine and the large intestine) :: válvula ileocecal {f}
ileocolic {adj} (pertaining to the ileum and colon) :: ileocólico
ileum {n} (last division of small intestine) :: íleon {m}
ileus {n} (obstruction of the intestines, especially the ileum) :: íleo {m}
iliac {adj} (of or pertaining to the ilium) :: ilíaco, iliaco
iliac furrow {n} :: hendiduras ilíacas {f}
Iliad {prop} /ˈɪliˌæd/ (ancient Greek epic poem about the Trojan War) :: Ilíada {f}
I like you {phrase} (I like you) :: [informal] me gustas, [formal] me gusta, me agradas, me agrada, te quiero [decidedly a step below "I love you"; more like "I desire you"]
ilio- {prefix} (pertaining to the ilium) :: ilio-
iliohypogastric {adj} (of or relating to the ilium and the hypogastrium) :: iliohipogástrico
ilioinguinal {adj} (of or relating to the ilium and the groin) :: ilioinguinal
iliolumbar {adj} (pertaining to the iliac and lumbar regions) :: iliolumbar
iliotibial {adj} (of or pertaining to the ilium and the tibia) :: iliotibial
ilium {n} /ˈɪlɪəm/ (bone) :: ilion {m}
Ilium {prop} /ˈɪli.əm/ (Troy) :: Troya
I live in Melbourne {phrase} (I live in Melbourne (example city)) :: vivo en Melbourne
ill {adj} (bad) SEE: bad ::
ill {adj} /ɪl/ (in poor health, suffering from a disease) :: enfermo, mareado
ill {adj} (having an urge to vomit) :: mal, mareado
ill {adv} (not well) :: mal
ill-advised {adj} (carried out without wise counsel) :: desaconsejado
illation {n} /ɪˈleɪʃ(ə)n/ (action of concluding or inferring) :: deducción {f}
illative case {n} (case used to indicate movement into something) :: caso ilativo {m}
I'll call the police {phrase} (I'll call the police) :: voy a llamar a la policía, llamaré a la policía
illegal {adj} /ɪˈli.ɡəl/ (contrary to or forbidden by law) :: ilegal
illegal {adj} (prohibited by established rules) :: ilegal
illegal {n} (illegal immigrant) :: ilegal
illegal combatant {n} (one who engages in combat without meeting the Geneva Convention) :: combatiente ilegal {m} {f}
illegally {adv} /ɪˈliːɡəli/ (in a manner contrary to the law) :: ilegalmente
illegible {adj} /ɪˈlɛd͡ʒəbəl/ (not clear enough to be read) :: ilegible, indescifrable
ill-gotten gains {n} (money acquired dishonestly) :: dinero sucio {m}
illiberal {adj} (restrictive to individual choice and freedom) :: iliberal, antiliberal
illiberal {adj} (narrow-minded) :: intolerante
illiberalism {n} (principle, state or quality of being illiberal) :: antiliberalismo
illicit {adj} /ɪˈlɪsɪt/ (lacking licitness) :: ilícito
illicit {adj} (unlawful) :: ilícito
Illinois {prop} /ˌɪləˈnɔɪ/ (a state of the United States of America) :: Illinois {m}
ill-intentioned {adj} (malevolent) SEE: malevolent ::
illiquidity {n} /ˌɪlɪˈkwɪdɪti/ (lack of liquidity) :: iliquidez {f}
illite {n} (a non-expanding clay mineral) :: illita {f}
illiteracy {n} /ɪˈlɪtəɹəsi/ (inability to read and write) :: analfabetismo {m}
illiterate {adj} /ɪˈlɪtəɹət/ (unable to read and write) :: analfabeto, iletrado
illiterate {adj} :: analfabeto
illiterate {n} (an illiterate person) :: analfabeto {m}, analfabeta {f}, iletrado {m}, iletrada {f}
ill-mannered {adj} (of or pertaining to having bad manners) :: descortés, malcriado, incivil, malportado {m}
illness {n} /ˈɪl.nəs/ (an instance of a disease or poor health) :: enfermedad
illness {n} :: enfermedad {f}
illogical {adj} (contrary to logic; lacking sense or sound reasoning) :: ilógico
illogically {adv} (in an illogical manner) :: ilógicamente
illuminate {v} /ɪlˈl(j)umɪneɪt/ (to shine light on something) :: iluminar
illumination {n} (the act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated) :: iluminación {f}
illumination {n} (festive decoration of houses or buildings with lights) :: iluminación {f}
illumination {n} (adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations) :: ilustración {f}
illusion {n} /ɪˈljuːʒən/ (anything that seems to be something that it is not) :: ilusión {f}
illusionist {n} (one who works with illusion) :: ilusionista {m} {f}
illusive {adj} (illusory) SEE: illusory ::
illusory {adj} /ɪˈluːs(ə)ɹi/ (illusory) :: ilusorio
illustrate {v} /ˈɪləstɹeɪt/ (to clarify) :: ilustrar
illustrate {v} (to add explanatory or decoratory features) :: ilustrar
illustrate {v} :: ilustrar
illustration {n} (that which illustrates) :: ejemplo {m}, ilustración {f}, instrucción {f}
illustration {n} (picture designed to decorate) :: ilustración {f}
illustrator {n} /ˈɪləˌstɹeɪtəɹ/ (person who draws pictures) :: ilustrador {m}, ilustradora {f}
illustrious {adj} /ɪˈlʌs.tɹɪ.əs/ (admired, respected, or well-known) :: ilustre {m} {f}
ill will {n} (ill-disposed attitude) :: inquina
ilmenite {n} (a weakly magnetic dark gray mineral) :: ilmenita {f}
I lost my backpack {phrase} (I lost my backpack) :: perdí mi mochila
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my backpack) SEE: I lost my backpack ::
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my handbag) SEE: I lost my handbag ::
I lost my glasses {phrase} (I lost my glasses) :: se me perdieron mis gafas
I lost my handbag {phrase} (I lost my handbag) :: perdí mi cartera, perdí mi bolso
I lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys) :: perdí mis llaves
I lost my wallet {phrase} (I lost my wallet) :: perdí mi cartera, perdí mi billetera
I love you {phrase} /aɪ lʌv juː/ (affirmation of affection or deep caring) :: te adoro, te amo, os adoro, os amo, les amo, les adoro
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of romantic feeling) :: [often romantic] te quiero, [usually romantic] te amo
I love you {phrase} (platonic expression of inclination or liking) :: me caes bien, me gustas
I'm {contraction} /aɪm/ (I am) :: soy
I'm a Buddhist {phrase} (I'm a Buddhist) :: soy budista
I'm a Catholic {phrase} (I'm a Catholic) :: soy católico {m}, soy católica {f}
I'm a Christian {phrase} (I'm a Christian) :: soy cristiano {m}, soy cristiana {f}
I'm afraid not {phrase} (unfortunately, no) :: Me temo que no
image {n} /ˈɪmɪd͡ʒ/ (graphical representation) :: imagen {f}
image {n} (characteristic as perceived by others) :: imagen {f}
image processing {n} (information processing for graphical data) :: procesamiento de imágenes {m}
imagery {n} (imitation work) SEE: imitation ::
imaginable {adj} (able to be imagined; conceivable) :: imaginable, concebible
imaginary {adj} /ɪˈmædʒɪn(ə)ɹi/ (existing in imagination) :: imaginario
imaginary {adj} (non-real part of a complex number) :: imaginario
imaginary number {n} (number of the form bi) :: número imaginario {m}
imagination {n} /ɪˌmædʒəˈneɪʃən/ (image-making power of the mind) :: imaginación {f}, magín
imagination {n} (a mental image) :: imaginación {f}
imaginative {adj} (having a lively imagination) :: imaginativo
imagine {v} /ɪˈmædʒ.ɪn/ ((transitive) to form a mental image of something) :: imaginar
imagine {v} ((transitive) to assume) :: imaginar
I'm agnostic {phrase} (I'm agnostic) :: soy agnóstico {m}, soy agnóstica {f}
I'm allergic to aspirin {phrase} (I'm allergic to aspirin) :: soy alérgico a la aspirina {m}, soy alérgica a la aspirina {f}
I'm allergic to penicillin {phrase} (I'm allergic to penicillin) :: soy alérgico a la penicilina {m}, soy alérgica a la penicilina {f}
imam {n} /ˈiːmɑːm/ (Muslim leader) :: imán {m}
I'm a Muslim {phrase} (I'm a Muslim) :: soy musulmán {m}, soy musulmana {f}
I'm an atheist {phrase} (I'm an atheist) :: soy ateo {m}, soy atea {f}
I'm a Protestant {phrase} (I'm a Protestant) :: soy protestante, soy evangélico {m}, soy evangélica {f}
I'm ashamed {phrase} (I'm ashamed) :: estoy avergonzado {m}, estoy avergonzada {f}
I'm a vegetarian {phrase} (I'm vegetarian) :: soy vegetariano {m}, soy vegetariana {f}
imbalance {n} (property of not being in balance) :: desequilibrio {m}
imbecile {n} /ˈɪmbəsɪl/ (person with limited mental capacity) :: imbécil
imbecile {n} (fool) :: imbécil
imbecility {n} (quality of imbecile, stupid behaviour) :: imbecilidad {f}
I'm bisexual {phrase} (I'm bisexual) :: soy bisexual
I'm bleeding {phrase} (I'm bleeding) :: estoy sangrando
I'm blind {phrase} /aɪm ˈblaɪnd/ (I'm blind) :: soy ciego, no puedo ver
imbricate {v} (overlap in a regular pattern) :: imbricar
I'm busy {phrase} (I'm busy) :: estoy ocupado {m}
I'm cold {phrase} (I'm cold) :: tengo frío
I'm confused {phrase} (I am confused) :: estoy confudido
I'm deaf {phrase} /aɪm ˈdɛf/ (I'm deaf) :: soy sordo {m}, soy sorda {f}
I'm divorced {phrase} (I'm divorced) :: estoy divorciado {m}, estoy divorciada {f}, soy divorciado {m}, soy divorciada {f}
I'm dying {phrase} (I'm dying) :: me estoy muriendo
IMF {prop} (International Monetary Fund) :: FMI {m}
I'm fine {phrase} (response) :: estoy bien, yo estoy bien
I'm fine, thank you {phrase} (expected, polite response to How are you?) :: estoy bien, gracias, no hay inconveniente
I'm gay {phrase} (I'm gay) :: soy gay, soy homosexual
I'm hot {phrase} (I'm hot) :: tengo calor
I'm hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) :: tengo hambre
I'm in love with you {phrase} (declaration of romantic feeling) :: estoy enamorado de ti [male speaker], estoy enamorada de ti [female speaker]
I miss you {phrase} (I miss you) :: te echo de menos, te extraño
imitate {v} /ˈɪmɪteɪt/ (to follow as a model) :: imitar
imitation {n} /ɪmɪˈteɪʃən/ (act of imitating) :: imitación {f}
imitation {n} (copy) :: imitación {f}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (ethnic)) :: soy judío {m}, soy judía {f}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (religious)) :: soy judío {m}, soy judía {f}
I'm looking for a grocery store {phrase} (I'm looking for a grocery store) :: estoy buscando la tienda de alimentación
I'm looking for a job {phrase} (I'm looking for a job) :: busco trabajo
I'm lost {phrase} (I'm lost) :: estoy perdido, me he perdido, estoy perdida {f}
Immaculate Conception {prop} (doctrine) :: inmaculada concepción
immanent {adj} /ˈɪmənənt/ (part of something; inherent) :: inmanente
Immanuel {prop} (male given name) SEE: Emmanuel ::
Immanuel {prop} (figure whose birth is foretold) :: Emanuel
Immanuel {prop} (this figure, regarded as Christ) :: Emanuel
I'm married {phrase} (I'm married) :: estoy casado {m}, estoy casada {f}
immaterial {adj} /ˌɪməˈtɪɹi.əl/ (having no matter or substance) :: inmaterial
immateriality {n} (the state of being immaterial) :: inmaterialidad {f}
immature {adj} (not fully formed) :: inmaturo
immature {adj} (childish) :: inmaduro
immaturity {n} /ɪməˈtʃʊɹɪti/ (the state of being immature) :: inmadurez {f}
immediacy {n} (the quality of being immediate) :: inmediatez {f}
immediate {adj} /ɪˈmi.di.ɪt/ (without delay) :: inmediato
immediate {adj} (very close) :: inmediato
immediately {adv} /ɪˈmiːdi.ətli/ (in an immediate manner) :: inmediatamente, de inmediato, ya, sin demora
immense {adj} /ɪˈmɛns/ (huge, gigantic, very large) :: inmenso
immensely {adv} /ɪˈmɛnsli/ (hugely; extremely; vastly) :: inmensamente
immensity {n} (the state or characteristic of being immense) :: inmensidad {f}
immerse {v} (to put under the surface of a liquid) :: sumergir
immerse {v} (to involve deeply) :: sumergirse
immersed {adj} (under the surface) :: sumergido, inmerso
immersed {adj} (deeply involved) :: sumergido, inmerso, enfrascado
immersion {n} /ɪˈmɝʒən/ (the act of immersing or the condition of being immersed) :: inmersión {f}
immigrant {n} /ˈɪmɪɡɹənt/ (person who comes to a country to settle) :: inmigrante {m} {f}
immigrant {n} :: inmigrante
immigrate {v} (to move in from another country or area) :: inmigrar
immigration {n} /ˌɪmɪˈɡɹeɪʃən/ (the act of immigrating) :: inmigración {f}
imminence {n} (state or condition of being imminent) :: inminencia {f}
imminent {adj} /ˈɪmɪnənt/ (about to happen, occur, or take place very soon) :: inminente
immobile {adj} (not mobile) :: inmóvil
immobiliser {n} (splint) SEE: splint ::
immobilize {v} (render motionless) :: inmovilizar
immoderate {adj} (not moderate; excessive) :: desmedido {m}, desmesurado {m}
immolate {v} /ˈɪm.ə.leɪt/ (kill as sacrifice) :: inmolar, sacrificar
immolate {v} (destroy) :: inmolar
immoral {adj} (not moral) :: inmoral
immoralism {n} /ɪˈmɒɹəˌlɪzəm/ (rejection of moral principles) :: inmoralismo
immorality {n} (state or quality of being immoral) :: inmoralidad {f}
immorally {adv} (in an immoral manner) :: inmoralmente
immortal {adj} /ɪˈmɔɹtəl/ (not susceptible to death) :: inmortal
immortal {n} (one that is not susceptible to death) :: inmortal {m} {f}
immortalise {v} /ɪ.ˈmɔː(ɹ).tə.ˌlaɪz/ (to give unending life to) :: inmortalizar
immortalise {v} (to make eternally famous) :: inmortalizar
immortality {n} /ˌɪmɔːɹˈtæləti/ (condition of not being susceptible to death) :: inmortalidad {f}
immovable property {n} (real estate) SEE: real estate ::
immune {adj} /ɪˈmjuːn/ (exempt from inclusion) :: inmune
immune {adj} (protected due to innate resistance to pathogens) :: inmune
immune {adj} (of or pertaining to the immune system) :: inmunológico, inmunitario
immune system {n} (system that protects the body from foreign material and organisms) :: sistema inmunitario {m}
immunity {n} /ɪˈmjuːnəti/ (the quality of being resistant to infection) :: inmunidad {f}
immunity {n} (resistance to a specific thing) :: inmunidad {f}
immunize {v} (to make someone or something immune to something) :: inmunizar
immunize {v} (to inoculate someone, as thus produce immunity from a disease) :: inmunizar
immuno- {prefix} (relating to the immune system) :: inmuno-
immunoblot {n} (blot analysis) :: inmunotransferencia {f}
immunodeficiency {n} /ɪˌmjuːnəʊdɪˈfɪʃənsi/ (A depletion in the body's natural immune system) :: inmunodeficiencia {f}
immunoglobulin {n} (glycoprotein protecting the host) :: inmunoglobulina {f}
immunological {adj} (of, or relating to immunology) :: inmunológico
immunologist {n} (person who studies immunology) :: inmunólogo {m} {f}
immunology {n} (branch of medicine) :: inmunología {f}
immunosuppressant {n} (an immunosuppressive agent) :: inmunosupresor {m}
immure {v} (to lock up behind walls) :: encerrar
immure {v} (to put or bury within a wall) :: emparedar, encerrar
immutable {adj} (unable to be changed without exception) :: inmutable
I'm mute {phrase} /aɪm ˈmjuːt/ (I'm mute) :: soy mudo {m}, soy muda {f}
I'm not interested {phrase} (I'm not interested) :: no me interesa
I'm not religious {phrase} (I'm not religious) :: no soy religioso {m}, no soy religiosa {f}
IMO {prep} (in my opinion) :: en mi opinión
imp {n} /ɪmp/ :: diablillo {m}, bribonzuelo {m}
impact {n} /ˈɪmpækt/ (the force or energy of a collision of two objects) :: impacto {m}
impact {n} (a forced impinging) :: impacto {m}
impact {n} (a significant or strong influence) :: impacto {m}, efecto {m}, consecuencia {f}
impact crater {n} (crater formed from an impact) :: cráter de impacto {m}, astroblema {m}
impair {v} /ɪmˈpɛə/ (have a diminishing effect on) :: deteriorar, empeorar, descomponer
impaired {adj} (Rendered less effective) :: alterado, estropeado, aminorado
impaired {adj} (inebriated, drunk) :: borracho
impala {n} /ɪmˈpɑːlə/ (African antelope) :: impala {m}
impale {v} /ɪmˈpeɪl/ (put to death by piercing with a pale) :: empalar
impalement {n} (act of torturing) :: empalamiento {m}
impalpable {adj} (not perceivable) :: impalpable
impart {v} /ɪmˈpɑːɹt/ (communicate the knowledge of) :: impartir
impartial {adj} /ɪmˈpɑɹ.ʃəl/ (treating all parties, rivals or disputants equally) :: imparcial
impartiality {n} (The quality of being impartial; fairness) :: imparcialidad {f}
impartially {adv} (in an impartial manner) :: imparcialmente
impassable {adj} (incapable of being passed over, crossed, or negotiated) :: infranqueable
impasse {n} (road with no exit) SEE: dead end ::
impassive {adj} /ɪmˈpæsɪv/ (Having, or revealing, no emotion) :: impasible
impatience {n} /ɪmˈpeɪʃəns/ (quality of being impatient) :: impaciencia
impatient {adj} /ɪmˈpeɪʃənt/ (restless and intolerant of delays) :: impaciente
impatient {adj} (anxious and eager) :: impaciente
impatiently {adv} (without patience) :: impacientemente
impeachment {n} /ɪmˈpiːtʃmənt/ (act of impeaching or charging a public official with misconduct) :: juicio político {m}, desafuero {m}, destitución {f}, suspensión {f}
impeccably {adv} /ɪmˈpɛk.ə.bli/ (in a perfect or flawless manner) :: impecablemente
impecunious {adj} /ˌɪm.pəˈkjuː.ni.əs/ (lacking money) :: menesteroso
impedance {n} /ɪmˈpiːdn̩s/ (physics, measure of opposition to flow of current) :: impedancia
impede {v} /ɪmˈpiːd/ (to get in the way of; to hinder) :: impedir
impediment {n} /ɪmˈpɛdɪmənt/ (hindrance; that which impedes progress) :: estorbo
impel {v} /ɪmˈpɛl/ (To urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion via intrinsic motivation) :: impeler
impel {v} (To drive forward; to propel an object) :: impeler
impending {adj} /ɪmˈpɛndɪŋ/ (about to happen) :: inminente
impenetrability {n} (the characteristic of being impenetrable) :: impenetrabilidad {f}
impenetrable {adj} (not penetrable) :: impenetrable
imperative {adj} /ɪmˈpɛɹ.ə.tɪv/ (essential) :: imperativo {m}
imperative {n} (imperative mood) SEE: imperative mood ::
imperative mood {n} (imperative mood) :: modo imperativo {m}
imperceptible {adj} (not perceptible) :: imperceptible
imperceptibly {adv} (not noticeably) :: imperceptiblemente
imperfect {adj} /ɪmˈpɝːfɪkt/ (not perfect) :: imperfecto
imperfect {n} (past tense) :: imperfecto {m}
imperfect {adj} (unisexual) SEE: unisexual ::
imperfection {n} /ɪmpɚˈfɛkʃən/ (state of being imperfect) :: imperfección {f}
imperfective aspect {n} (grammatical term) :: imperfecto {m}
imperfectly {adv} (in an imperfect manner) :: imperfectamente
imperialism {n} /ɪmˈpɪ.ɹi.əˌlɪz.m̩/ (the policy of extending power, by force) :: imperialismo {m}
imperialist {adj} (of or relating to imperialism) :: imperialista
imperialist {n} (advocate of imperialism) :: imperialista {m} {f}
imperialistic {adj} /ɪmˌpɪɹi.əˈlɪstɪk/ (of or pertaining to imperialism) :: imperialista
imperil {v} /ɪmˈpɛr əl/ (to put in peril) :: poner en peligro , amenazar
imperil {v} (to risk) :: arriesgar
imperious {adj} /ɪmˈpɪɹi.əs/ (domineering, overbearing) :: imperioso
imperium {n} (sovereignty) SEE: sovereignty ::
imperium {n} (dominion) SEE: dominion ::
impermanence {n} (anicca) SEE: anicca ::
impermeability {n} /ɪmˌpɝmi.əˈbɪlɪti/ (the quality of being impermeable) :: impermeabilidad {f}
impermeable {adj} (impossible to permeate) :: impermeable
impermeable {adj} (not allowing passage of liquids) :: impermeable
impersonal {adj} /ɪmˈpɝsənəl/ (not representing a person) :: impersonal
impersonal {adj} (lacking warmth or emotion) :: impersonal
impersonal {adj} (grammar) :: impersonal
impersonally {adv} (in an impersonal manner) :: impersonalmente
impersonate {v} /ɪmˈpɜːsəneɪt/ (assume identity of) :: copiar, imitar, suplantar, hacerse pasar por
impertinent {adj} /ɪm.ˈpɝ.tɨ.nənt/ (insolent, ill-mannered) :: impertinente, maleducado
impetigo {n} /ɪmpɪˈtaɪɡəʊ/ (contagious bacterial skin disease) :: impétigo {m}
impetuous {adj} /imˈpɛtʃuəs/ (describing one who makes arbitrary decisions) :: impulsivo, irreflexivo
impetuous {adj} (characterized by sudden and violent force) :: impetuoso, brutal, brusco, violento
impiety {n} (the state of being impious) :: impiedad {f}
impiety {n} (an impious act) :: impiedad {f}
impiety {n} (lack of respect for a god or something sacred) :: impiedad {f}
impinge {v} /ɪmˈpɪndʒ/ (to make a physical impact on to collide, to crash (upon)) :: chocar
impinge {v} (to interfere with) :: interferir, inmiscuirse
impinge {v} (to have an effect upon; to limit) :: limitar
impish {adj} /ˈɪmpɪʃ/ (mischievous) :: pícaro {m}, travieso {m}
implacable {adj} /ɪmˈplækəbəl/ (not able to be placated or appeased) :: implacable
implacable {adj} (adamant or immovable) :: implacable, tenaz
implant {n} /ɪmˈplɑːnt/ (anything surgically implanted in the body) :: implante {m}
implantation {n} /ɪmplɑːnˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ (to be checked) :: implantación {f}
implement {n} /ˈɪmpləmənt/ (a tool) :: implemento {m}, herramienta {f}, instrumento {m}
implement {v} /ˈɪmpləmɛnt/ (bring about) :: implementar
implementation {n} (process of moving an idea from concept to reality) :: puesta en práctica {f}
implementation {n} (result of implementing something) :: implementación {f}
implicate {v} (to intertwine) SEE: intertwine ::
implicate {v} (to connect or involve) :: implicar
implication {n} /ˌɪmpləˈkeɪʃən/ (logical consequence) :: implicación
implicature {n} (An implied meaning) :: implicatura {f}
implicit {adj} /ɪmˈplɪsɪt/ (implied indirectly) :: implícito
implicitly {adv} (in an implicit or implied manner) :: implícitamente
implore {v} /ɪmˈplɔɹ/ (to beg for) :: implorar
implosion {n} (action of imploding) :: implosión {f}
imply {v} /ɪmˈplaɪ/ (to have as a consequence) :: implicar
imply {v} (to suggest by a logical inference) :: implicar
imply {v} (to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement) :: insinuar
impolite {adj} /ɪmpəˈlaɪt/ (not polite) :: maleducado, descortés
import {n} /ˈɪm.pɔɹt/ (something brought in from a foreign country) :: importación {f}
import {n} (practice of importing) :: importación {f}
import {n} (significance, importance) :: importancia {f}, significado {m}
import {v} (to bring in from a foreign country) :: importar
importance {n} /ɪmˈpɔɹtəns/ (quality or condition of being important or worthy of note) :: importancia
important {adj} /ɪmˈpɔːtənt/ (having relevant and crucial value) :: importante
importantly {adv} (in an important manner) :: importantemente
importantness {n} (importance) SEE: importance ::
importer {n} (a person or company who imports goods into a country) :: importador {m}
importune {v} /ɪmpɔɹˈtuːn/ (to harass with persistent requests) :: importunar
importune {v} (to make improper proposals) :: prostituirse
impossibility {n} (The quality of being impossible) :: imposibilidad {f}
impossible {adj} /ɪmˈpɒsɪbəl/ (not able to be done) :: imposible
impossible {adj} (very difficult to deal with) :: insoportable
impossible {adj} (never happening) :: imposible
impossible {n} (an impossibility) :: imposible {m}
impossibly {adv} (in an impossible manner) :: imposiblemente
impossibly {adv} (to the point of impossibility) :: imposiblemente
impossibly {adv} (contrary to what was thought possible) :: imposiblemente
imposter {n} (Someone who attempts to deceive by using an assumed name or identity or other devious disguise) SEE: impostor ::
impostor {n} /ɪmˈpɑstɚ/ (someone who uses assumed identity) :: impostor {m}, impostora {f}
imposture {n} (The act or conduct of an impostor; deception practiced under a false or assumed character; fraud or imposition; cheating) :: impostura {f}
impotence {n} (powerlessness) :: impotencia {f}
impotence {n} (erectile dysfunction) :: impotencia {f}
impound {v} /ɪmˈpaʊ̯nd/ (to hold in the custody of a court or its delegate) :: confiscar
impoundment {n} (The act of impounding) :: inmovilización
impoverish {v} (to make poor) :: empobrecer
impoverished {adj} (with no possessions or money) SEE: poor ::
impoverished {adj} /ɪmˈpɑvəɹɪʃt/ (Reduced to poverty) :: empobrecido
imprecate {v} (to call down by prayer) :: imprecar
imprecate {v} (to invoke evil upon) :: imprecar
imprecise {adj} /ɪmpɹəˈsaɪs/ (not precise or exact) :: inconcreto
impregnable {adj} (too strong to be penetrated) :: inexpugnable
impregnable {adj} (capable of being impregnated) :: fértil [female], impregnable [thing]
I'm pregnant {phrase} (I'm pregnant) :: estoy embarazada
impregnate {v} /ɪmˈpɹɛɡneɪt/ (to cause to become pregnant) :: fertilizar, inseminar
impregnate {v} (to add nutrients) SEE: fertilize ::
impress {v} /ɪmˈpɹɛs/ ((transitive) affect (someone) strongly and often favourably) :: impresionar
impress {v} ((intransitive) make an impression) :: impresionar [pronominal]
impress {n} (impression) :: impresión {f}
impress {n} (something impressed) :: impresión {f}
impressed {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɛst/ (strongly affected, especially favourably) :: impresionado {m}, impresionada {f}
impression {n} /ɪmˈpɹɛʃən/ (overall effect of something) :: impresión {f}
impressionable {adj} (easily influenced) :: impresionable
impressionism {n} (movement in art) :: impresionismo {m}
impressive {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɛsɪv/ (making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress) :: impresionante
impressive {adj} (capable of being impressed) :: impresionable
impressive {adj} (appealing) :: halagüeño {m}
impressive {adj} :: impresionante
imprimatur {n} /ˌɪm.pɹɪˈmɑ.tɚ/ (official license to publish) :: imprimátur {m}
imprison {v} /ɪmˈpɹɪzən/ (put in prison) :: encarcelar, aprisionar
imprisonment {n} /ɪmˈpɹɪzn̩.mənt/ (confinement) :: encarcelamiento {m}
improbability {n} (unlikelihood) :: improbabilidad {f}
improbable {adj} (not likely to be true) :: improbable
improbably {adv} (in an improbable manner) :: improbablemente
impromptu {adj} /ɪmˈpɹɑmpt(j)u/ (improvised) :: improvisado
impromptu {n} (short composition) :: impromptu {m}
impromptu {n} (any composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparation) :: impromptu {m}
improve {v} /ɪmˈpɹuːv/ (to make something better) :: mejorar
improve {v} (to become better) :: mejorar
improved {adj} /ɪmˈpɹuːvd/ (that has been made better) :: mejorado
improvement {n} /ɪmˈpɹuːvmənt/ (act of improving) :: mejora {f}, mejoramiento {m}, enmienda {f}, mejoría {f}
improvisation {n} (that which is improvised; an impromptu) :: improvisación
improvise {v} /ˈɪmpɹəvaɪz/ (to make something up as one goes on) :: improvisar
improvised {adj} (created by improvisation) :: improvisado
improvised explosive device {n} (explosive weapon, see also: IED) :: bomba caminera {f}
imprudence {n} (quality or state of being imprudent) :: imprudencia {f}
imprudence {n} (imprudent act) :: imprudencia {f}
imprudent {adj} /ɪmˈpɹudənt/ (not prudent; wanting in prudence or discretion; indiscreet; injudicious; not attentive to consequence; improper) :: imprudente
imprudently {adv} (without prudence) :: imprudentemente
impudence {n} /ˈɪmpjədəns/ (quality of being impudent) :: impudencia {f}, descaro {m}, desenvoltura
impudent {adj} /ˈɪmpjədənt/ (Not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced) :: insolente, descarado, fresco [colloquial], impertinente
impudently {adv} (shamelessly) SEE: shamelessly ::
impugn {v} /ɪmˈpjuːn/ (To assault, attack) :: arremeter, vilipendiar
impugn {v} (question the validity of) :: impugnar
impulse {n} /ˈɪmpʌls/ (sudden force that impels) :: impulso {m}
impulse {n} (wish) :: capricho {m}
impulse {n} ((physics) integral force over time) :: impulso {m}
impulse response {n} (output from a brief input signal) :: respuesta impulsiva {f}, respuesta a un impulso {f}
impulsive {adj} (having the power of driving or impelling; giving an impulse; moving; impellent) :: impulsivo
impulsive {adj} :: impulsivo
impulsiveness {n} (the quality of being impulsive) :: impulsividad {f}
impunity {n} /ɪmˈpjuːnɪti/ (exemption from punishment) :: impunidad {f}
impure {adj} (impure) :: impuro {m}
impurely {adv} (in an impure manner) :: impuramente
impure s {n} (a /s/ followed by another consonant) :: s impura {f}, s líquida {f}
impurity {n} /ɪmˈpjɝɪti/ (a component or additive that renders something else impure) :: impureza
impurity {n} :: impureza {f}
imputable {adj} (capable of being imputed) :: imputable {m} {f}
impute {v} /ɪmˈpjuːt/ :: imputar
I'm scared {phrase} (I'm scared) :: tengo miedo
I'm sick {phrase} (I'm sick/ill) :: estoy enfermo {m}, estoy enferma {f}
I'm single {phrase} (I'm single) :: estoy soltero {m}, estoy soltera {f}
I'm sorry {phrase} (I'm sorry) :: lo siento
I'm straight {phrase} (I'm straight) :: soy heterosexual
I'm thirsty {phrase} (I need a drink) :: tengo sed
I'm tired {phrase} (I am tired (in need of rest or sleep)) :: estoy cansado {m}, estoy cansada {f}
I'm twenty years old {phrase} (I am twenty years old) :: tengo veinte años (de edad)
I must go {phrase} (I must go) :: tengo que irme
I'm ... year(s) old {phrase} (I am ... year(s) old) :: tengo ... año(s), tengo ... año(s) de edad
in {prep} /ɪn/ (contained by) :: en, dentro de
in {prep} (surrounded by) :: dentro de, adentro de
in {prep} (part, member of) :: en
in {prep} (after a period of time) :: en
in {prep} (language, script, or tone) :: en [language]
in {adv} (indoors; at home or the office and available for conversation) :: dentro, adentro
in {adv} (moving to the interior) :: hacia adentro
in {adj} (in fashion, popular) :: de moda
in- {prefix} (reversal of meaning) :: in-
-in' {suffix} (-ing) SEE: -ing ::
inability {n} /ˌɪnəˈbɪlɪti/ (lack of the ability to do something; incapability) :: incapacidad {f}
inacceptable {adj} (unacceptable) SEE: unacceptable ::
inaccessibility {n} (quality or state of being inaccessible) :: inaccesibilidad {f}
inaccessible {adj} (not able to be accessed; out of reach; inconvenient) :: inaccesible
inaccuracy {n} :: inexactitud {f}
inaccurate {adj} /ɪnˈæ.kjʊ.ɹət/ (not accurate) :: inexacto
inaction {n} /ɪnˈækʃən/ (want of action or activity) :: inacción {f}
inactive {adj} /ɪnˈæktɪv/ (Not active, temporarily or permanently) :: inactivo
inactivity {n} (quality of being inactive) :: ociosidad {f}, inactividad {f}
in addition {adv} (also; as well) :: además, también, por añadidura
inadequate {adj} (Not adequate) :: inadecuado
inadmissibility {n} (the state of being inadmissible) :: inadmisibilidad {f}
inadmissible {adj} (Not admissible) :: inadmisible
in advance {prep} (in advance) SEE: beforehand ::
inadvertent {adj} /ˌɪnədˈvɜːtn̩t/ (not intentional) :: involuntario
inadvertently {adv} (unintentionally) :: sin querer
in a flash {adv} (very quickly) SEE: quick as a flash ::
in agreement {prep} (thinking the same way) :: de acuerdo, conforme
in agreement {prep} (confirming) :: de acuerdo, conforme
in a jiffy {prep} (very quickly; without delay) :: en un santiamén
inalienable {adj} /ɪˈneɪ.li.ə.nə.bəl/ (incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another; not alienable) :: inalienable
inanimate {adj} /ɪnˈænɪmət/ (not mobile) :: inanimado
inanimate {adj} (not alive) :: inanimado
inanition {n} /ɪnəˈnɪʃən/ (A state of advanced lack of adequate nutrition, food or water, or a physiological inability to utilize them; starvation) :: inanición {f}
inanity {n} /ɪˈnænɪti/ (property of being inane) :: inanidad {f}
in a nutshell {adv} (in summary) :: en resumen
in any case {adv} (at any rate) :: en cualquier caso, de todos modos, en todo caso, de todas maneras
in a pig's eye {prep} (very unlikely, probably never) :: el día que las vacas vuelen
in a pinch {prep} (in a difficult situation) :: en un apuro
inapplicable {adj} (not applicable) :: inaplicable
inappropriate {adj} /ˌɪnəˈpɹoʊpɹi.ət/ (not appropriate or suitable) :: inapropiado
in a row {prep} (successively) :: seguidos, consecutivos
inasmuch as {conj} (since) :: supuesto que, ya que, en tanto
inasmuch as {conj} (to the extent that) :: en tanto y en cuanto
inattention {n} (want of attention) :: inatención {f}
inattention {n} (failure of courtesy) :: descortesía {f}
inattentive {adj} /ˌɪn.ə.ˈtɛn.tɪv/ (not paying attention) :: desatento
inaudible {adj} (unable to be heard) :: inaudible
inaugural {adj} (of inauguration) :: inaugural
inaugural {adj} (marking a beginning) :: inaugural
inaugural {n} (formal speech) :: discurso inaugural {m}
inaugurate {v} /ɪˈnɔːɡjʊɹeɪt/ (to induct into office) :: investir
inaugurate {v} (to dedicate ceremoniously) :: inaugurar
inauguration {n} /ɪnɔːɡ(j)ʊˈɹeɪʃən/ (act of inaugurating) :: investidura {f}
inauguration {n} (formal beginning) :: inauguración {f}
inbalance {n} (imbalance) SEE: imbalance ::
in bed {prep} (lying on one's bed) :: en cama
in bed {prep} (in terms of sexual prowess) :: en la cama
in between {prep} (between) :: entre
inborn {adj} :: innato
in-box {n} /ˈɪnbɑks/ (electronic folder) :: buzón de entrada {m}
inbreeding {n} (breeding between members of small population) :: endogamia {f}
in broad daylight {prep} (in blatant and visible manner) :: a plena luz del día
in broad daylight {prep} :: a plena luz del día
Inca {n} /ˈɪŋkə/ (member of the group of Quechuan peoples) :: inca {m} {f}
Inca Empire {prop} (pre-Columbian emire) :: Imperio incaico {m}
incalculable {adj} (very great or numerous) :: incalculable
incalculable {adj} (impossible to calculate) :: incalculable
incalculably {adv} (in an incalculable manner) :: incalculablemente
Incan {adj} :: incaico, incásico
incandescent {n} (incandescent lamp) SEE: light bulb ::
incandescent {adj} /ˌɪn.kænˈdɛs.ənt/ (remitting light as result of heating) :: incandescente, candente
incandescent {adj} (shining brightly) :: reluciente, irradiante, deslumbrante
incandescent {adj} (showing intense emotion) :: resplandesciente, rebosante
incandescent lamp {n} (a type of lamp) :: lámpara incandescente, bombilla incandescente
incapable {adj} /ɪnˈkeɪpəbl̩/ (not being capable) :: incapaz
incapacity {n} /ˌɪnkəˈpæsɪti/ (lack of a capacity) :: incapacidad {f}
incarcerate {v} /ɪnˈkɑɹ.səˌɹeɪt/ (to lock away in prison) :: encarcelar
incarceration {n} (act of confining, or the state of being confined; imprisonment) :: encarcelación {f}, encarcelamiento {m}
incarnate {adj} (flesh-colored) SEE: crimson ::
incarnation {n} (incarnate being or form) :: encarnación {f}
incarnation {n} :: encarnación {f}
in case {conj} /ɪn ˈkeɪs/ (Because event X might occur) :: por si acaso
in case of {prep} (in the event of) :: por si acaso
incense {n} /ˈɪnsɛns/ (A perfume often used in the rites of various religions) :: incienso {m}, sahumerio {m}, sahumo {m}
incentive {n} /ɪnˈsɛntɪv/ (something that motivates) :: incentivo {m}, aliciente
incentive {n} (cash bonus) :: incentivo {m}
inception {n} /ɪnˈsɛpʃən/ (the creation or beginning of something) :: comienzo
incessant {adj} /ɪnˈsɛs.ənt/ (without pause or stop; not ending) :: incesante
incessantly {adv} /ɪnˈsɛs.ə (in a manner without pause or stop) :: incesantemente, sin cesar
incest {n} /ˈɪnsɛst/ (sexual relations between close relatives) :: incesto {m}
inch {n} /ɪntʃ/ (unit of length) :: pulgada {f}
in charge {adj} (having responsibility) :: encargado, responsable {m} {f}, a cargo
inchoate {adj} /ɪnˈkoʊət/ (not fully formed) :: embrional {m}
inchoate {adj} (chaotic, incoherent) :: caotico; incoherente
incident {n} /ˈɪn.sɪ.dənt/ (event or occurrence) :: incidente {m}
incidental {adj} /ɪnsɪˈdɛntəl/ (loosely associated; existing as a byproduct, tangent, or accident; being a likely consequence) :: incidental
incidental {adj} (occurring by chance) :: fortuito {m}
incidentally {adv} (In an incidental manner) :: incidentalmente
incidentally {adv} (Without looking for sth/sb) :: casualmente
incidentally {adv} (by the way) :: por cierto, a propósito
incidental music {n} (music played as background) :: música incidental {f}
incinerate {v} (destroy by burning) :: incinerar
incinerator {n} (furnace that burns refuse) :: incineradora {f}
incipient {adj} /ɪnˈsɪp.i.ənt/ (beginning, starting) :: incipiente
incision {n} /ɪnˈsɪʒən/ (cut) :: incisión {f}
incisive {adj} /ɪnˈsaɪsɪv/ (quickly proceeding to judgment) :: incisivo
incisor {n} /ɪnˈsaɪzəɹ/ (tooth) :: diente incisivo {m}, incisivo {m}
incite {v} /ɪnˈsaɪt/ (to rouse, stir up or excite) :: amotinar
incivil {adj} /ɪnˈsɪv.ɪl/ (Want of courtesy) :: incivil
incivil {adj} (Want of civilization) :: salvaje, bárbaro
inclement {adj} /ɪnˈklɛm.ənt/ (stormy) :: inclemente
inclement {adj} (merciless) :: inclemente
inclination {n} /ɪn.klɪˈneɪ.ʃən/ :: inclinación {f}
inclined {adj} /ɪnˈklaɪnd/ (having a tendency, preference, likelihood, or disposition) :: propenso
inclined plane {n} (simple machine) :: plano inclinado {m}
include {v} /ɪnˈkluːd/ (to bring into as a part or member) :: incluir
include {v} (to contain, as part of a whole) :: incluir
include {v} :: incluir
including {prep} /ɪnˈkluːdɪŋ/ (Such as, among which) :: incluido, inclusive
inclusion {n} /ɪnˈkluːʒən/ (defect in precious stone) :: inclusión {f}
inclusion {n} (aggregate of stainable substances) :: inclusión
inclusive {adj} /ɪnˈkluːsɪv/ (including (almost) everything within its scope) :: inclusivo
inclusive {adj} (including the extremes as well as the area between) :: inclusive
incoherence {n} (quality of being incoherent) :: incoherencia {f}
incoherence {n} (something incoherent) :: incoherencia {f}
incoherent {adj} (lacking coherence, inconsistent) :: incoherente, inconexo {m}, deshilvanado {m}, descosido {m}
incoherently {adv} (in an incoherent manner) :: incoherentemente
in cold blood {prep} (in a ruthless and unfeeling manner) :: a sangre fría
incombustible {adj} (not flammable) :: incombustible
income {n} /ˈɪnˌkʌm/ (Money one earns by working or by capitalising on the work of others) :: ingreso {m}
income statement {n} (financial statement of net income) :: estado de resultados {m}
incoming {adj} (succeeding to an office) :: entrante
in common {prep} (shared with others) :: en común
incomparable {adj} (beyond comparison) :: incomparable, inigualable
incomparable {adj} (not able to be compared) SEE: uncomparable ::
incompatibility {n} /ˌɪnkəmˌpætɪˈbɪlɪti/ (the quality or state of being incompatible) :: incompatibilidad {f}
incompatible {adj} (impossible to coexist; irreconcilable) :: incompatible
incompetence {n} (inability to perform) :: incompetencia
incompetent {adj} (unskilled, lacking normally expected degree of ability) :: incompetente
incomplete {adj} /ɪn.kəm.ˈpliːt/ (not complete) :: incompleto
incompletely {adv} (in an incomplete manner) :: incompletamente
incomprehensible {adj} /ˌɪnkɑmpɹəˈhɛnsɪbəl/ (impossible or very difficult to understand) :: incomprensible
inconceivable {adj} /ɪŋ.kən.ˈsiː.və.bɫ̩/ (unable to be conceived, unbelievable) :: inconcebible
inconducive {adj} (unconducive) SEE: unconducive ::
in confidence {prep} (confidentially) :: en confianza
incongruous {adj} /ɪŋˈkɑŋ.ɡɹu.əs/ (not matching) :: incongruente
incongruously {adv} (in an incongruous manner) :: incongruentemente, de manera incongruente
inconsiderate {adj} /ˌɪnkənˈsɪdəɹɪt/ (not considerate of others) :: desconsiderado, inconsiderado
inconsistency {n} /ˌɪnkənˈsɪst(ə)nsi/ (state of being inconsistent) :: inconsistencia {f}
inconsistent {adj} /ˌɪnkənˈsɪstənt/ (not consistent) :: inconsistente, inconsecuente
inconsolable {adj} (Not consolable) :: inconsolable, desconsolado
inconspicuous {adj} /ˌɪn.kənˈspɪk.ju.əs/ (not prominent or easily noticeable) :: disimulado, desapercibido, discreto
inconstancy {n} (lack of constancy) :: inconstancia {f}
incontinence {n} /ɪnˈkɒntɪnəns/ (lack of self-restraint) :: incontinencia {f}
incontinence {n} (inability to restrain discharge) :: incontinencia {f}
incontrovertible {adj} /ˌɪŋ.kɒn.tɹəˈvɜː.təbl̩/ (Not capable of being denied, challenged, or disputed; closed to questioning) :: impepinable
incontrovertibly {adv} /ˌɪnˌkɑn.tɹəˈvɝ.tə.bli/ (in incontrovertible manner) :: indisputablemente
inconvenience {n} (something inconvenient or bothering) :: inconveniencia {f}, desconveniencia {f}
inconvenience {v} (to bother or discomfort) :: incomodar, importunar
inconvenient {adj} (not convenient) :: incómodo, inconveniente
incorporate {v} /ɪŋˈkɔɹpɚeɪt/ (include as a part or ingredient) :: incorporar
incorporeal {adj} (having no material form or physical substance) :: incorpóreo
incorrect {adj} /ˌɪnkəˈɹɛkt/ (erroneous) :: incorrecto
incorrectly {adv} (in an incorrect manner) :: incorrectamente
incorrigible {adj} /ɪnˈkɒɹɨdʒɨb(ə)l/ (defective and materially impossible to correct or set aright) :: incorregible
incorrigible {adj} (impervious to correction by punishment or pain) :: incorregible
incorrigible {adj} (determined, unalterable) :: incorregible
incorrigible {adj} (unmanageable) SEE: unmanageable ::
increasable {adj} (able to be increased) :: incrementable
increase {v} /ɪnˈkɹiːs/ (become larger) :: aumentar, acrecentar, incrementar [pronominal]
increase {v} (make larger) :: aumentar, subir, incrementar
increase {n} (increased amount) :: incremento [mathematics], aumento {m}
increase {n} (act of becoming larger) :: aumento {m}
increasing {adj} /ɪnˈkɹiːsɪŋ/ (on the increase) :: creciente
increasingly {adv} (increasing in amount or intensity) :: cada vez más
incredible {adj} /ɪnˈkɹɛdəbəl/ (too implausible to be credible) :: increíble
incredible {adj} (amazing) :: increíble
incredible {adj} (marvellous) :: maravilloso, increíble
incredibly {adv} (In an incredible manner) :: increíblemente
incredibly {adv} (To a great extent; extremely) :: increíblemente
incredulity {n} /ˌɪnkɹɪˈdjuːlɪti/ (unwillingness to believe; doubt about the truth of something) :: incredulidad {f}
incredulity {n} (religious disbelief) :: incredulidad {f}
incredulous {adj} /ɪnˈkɹɛdjʊləs/ (Skeptical, disbelieving) :: incrédulo
incredulousness {n} (incredulity) SEE: incredulity ::
incruental {adj} (bloodless) SEE: bloodless ::
incruental {adj} /ɪŋkɹuːˈɛntəl/ :: incruento
incubate {v} /ˈɪŋkjʊbeɪt/ (To brood, raise, or maintain eggs, organisms, or living tissue) :: incubar
incubation {n} (sitting on eggs for the purpose of hatching young) :: incubación {f}
incubation {n} (development of a disease from its causes, or its period of incubation) :: incubación
incubator {n} /ɪn.kjuːˈbeɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a newborn baby) :: incubadora {f}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for the hatching of eggs) :: incubadora {f}
incubator {n} (support program for entrepreneurial companies) :: incubadora {f}
incubus {n} /ˈɪŋ.kjʊ.bəs/ (an evil spirit) :: íncubo {m}
incubus {n} (a nightmare) :: pesadilla {f}
incubus {n} (oppressive thing or person; a burden) :: cruz {f}, carga {f}
inculcate {v} /ˈɪn.kʌl.keɪt/ (teach by repeated instruction) :: inculcar
inculcate {v} (to induce understanding or a particular sentiment in a person or persons) :: inculcar {m}
incumbency {n} (obligation or duty) :: incumbencia {f}, responsabilidad {f}
incumbency {n} (tenure) :: cargo {m}, mandato {m}, beneficio {m} [religion], titularidad {f}
incumbency {n} (benefice, lucrative position or possession) :: beneficio {m}
incumbent {adj} /ɪnˈkʌmbənt/ (imposed on someone as an obligation, especially due to one's office) :: obligatorio
incumbent {adj} (being the current holder of an office) :: titular
incumbent {n} (current holder of an office) :: titular
incunabulum {n} /ˌɪn.kjʊˈnæb.jʊ.ləm/ (book, single sheet, or image that was printed before the year 1501 in Europe) :: incunable {m}
incur {v} /ɪnˈkɝ/ (to expose oneself to something inconvenient) :: incurrir
incus {n} (anvil) SEE: anvil ::
indebted {adj} (obligated to someone) :: endeudado
indebtedness {n} /ɪnˈdɛtɪdnəs/ (state of being in debt) :: endeudamiento {m}
indebtedness {n} (state of owing due to gratitude) :: endeudamiento {m}
indecent exposure {n} (the intentional exposure of the genitals or female nipples in public) :: exhibición impúdica {f}
indecision {n} /ɪndɪˈsɪʒ(ə)n/ (inability to decide on a course of action) :: indecisión {f}
indecisive {adj} /ˌɪndɪˈsaɪsɪv/ (not decisive) :: indeciso {m}
indecisiveness {n} (condition of being indecisive) SEE: indecision ::
indeed {adv} /ɪnˈdiːd/ (modal: truly; in fact; actually) :: de hecho, realmente, efectivamente, verdaderamente, en realidad, de veras, sin duda, en verdad, en efecto
indeed {adv} (degree: in fact) :: de hecho, realmente, efectivamente, verdaderamente
indeed {interj} (indication of agreement) :: claro, por supuesto, desde luego, efectivamente, de veras, en efecto, en verdad, sin duda, de hecho
indefatigable {adj} /ˌɪndɪˈfætɪɡəbl/ (extremely persistent and untiring) :: incansable, infatigable
indefinite article {n} (word preceding a noun to indicate any member of the class of objects) :: artículo indefinido {m}, artículo indeterminado
indefinite integral {n} (antiderivative) :: integral indefinida {f}
indefinitely {adv} (Forever) :: indefinidamente
indefinite pronoun {n} (Pronoun not specifying the identity of its referent) :: pronombre indeterminado {m}
indelible {adj} /ɪnˈdɛləbl/ (difficult to delete, remove or wash away) :: indeleble
indelible {adj} :: indeleble
indemnification {n} ((law) indemnity) SEE: indemnity ::
indemnify {v} /ɪnˈdɛm.nɪ.faɪ/ (To save harmless; to secure against loss or damage; to insure) :: asegurar
indemnify {v} (To make restitution or compensation for) :: indemnizar
indemnity {n} /ɪnˈdɛmnɪti/ (insurance: principle) :: indemnidad {f}
indent {v} /ˈɪndɛnt/ (typography: to begin a line or lines at a greater or less distance from the margin) :: sangría {f}
indentation {n} (act of beginning a line at a distance from the flush line) :: sangría {f}
indenture {n} /ɪnˈdɛn.ʃɝ/ (contract) :: contrato {m}
indentured servant {n} (debt bondage worker) :: trabajador no remunerado {m}
independence {n} /ɪndɪˈpɛndəns/ (state or quality of being independent) :: independencia {f}
independence {n} (state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood) :: independencia {f}
Independence Day {n} (annual celebration) :: Día de la Independencia {m}
Independence Day {prop} (holiday) :: Día de la Independencia {m}
independent {adj} /ɪndɪˈpɛndənt/ (not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free) :: independiente
independent clause {n} (grammar: clause that can stand alone) SEE: main clause ::
independentist {n} /ɪndəˈpɛndəntɪst/ :: independentista {m}, independista {m}
independently {adv} /ɪndɪˈpɛndəntli/ (in an independent manner) :: independientemente
independent variable {n} (independent variable) :: variable independiente {f}
indescribable {adj} (impossible, or very difficult to describe) :: indescriptible
indescribably {adv} (in an indescribable manner) :: indescriptiblemente
indestructible {adj} (not destructible) :: indestructible
in detail {adv} (with all particulars) :: en detalle
indeterminacy principle {prop} (uncertainty principle) SEE: uncertainty principle ::
indeterminate {adj} /ɪndɪˈtɜː(ɹ)mɪnət/ (not accurately determined) :: indeterminado
index {n} /ˈɪndɛks/ (alphabetical listing) :: índice {m}
index {v} (to arrange an index) :: indizar
index {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger ::
index {v} (to take stock) SEE: inventory ::
indexation {n} :: indización {f}
index card {n} (piece of heavy paper stock used to record information to be stored in an index) :: ficha {f}
index finger {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger ::
India {prop} /ˈɪndi.ə/ (the country) :: India {f}
India ink {n} (ink) :: tinta china {f}
Indian {adj} /ˈɪndɪən/ (of or pertaining to India) :: indio, hindú
Indian {adj} (of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas) :: indígena, indio
Indian {n} (a person from India) :: indio {m}, india {f}, hindú {m} {f}
Indian {n} (individual of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas) :: indio, indio americano {m}, india americana {f}, amerindio {m}, amerindia {f}
Indiana {prop} /ˌɪndiˈænə/ (A state in the Midwest of US) :: Indiana {f}
Indianapolis {prop} /ɪndiəˈnæpəlɪs/ (capital of the State of Indiana, USA) :: Indianápolis {f}
Indian fig {n} (prickly pear) SEE: prickly pear ::
Indian ink {n} (a black ink made from lampblack) :: tinta china {f}
Indian myna {n} :: miná común
Indian Ocean {prop} (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Australia and Antarctica) :: océano Índico {m}, Índico {m}
Indian rhinoceros {n} (Rhinoceros unicornis) :: rinoceronte indio
Indian summer {n} /ˈɪn.dɪ.ən ˈsʌ.mə(ɹ)/ :: veranillo de San Martín {m} [northern hemisphere]; veranillo de San Juan {m} [southern hemisphere]
Indic {prop} (the Indic language group) SEE: Indo-Aryan ::
indicate {v} /ˈɪndɪkeɪt/ (to point out; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to make known) :: indicar
indicate {v} (to show or manifest by symptoms) :: indicar
indicate {v} (to signal in a vehicle the desire to turn right or left) :: señalizar [Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador]
indicative {n} /ɪnˈdɪk.ə.tɪv/ (the indicative mood) :: indicativo
indicator {n} /ɪn.dɪ.keɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (trafficator) :: indicador {m}
indict {v} /ˌɪnˈdaɪt/ (to accuse of wrongdoing) :: acusar, denunciar
indict {v} (to make a formal accusation or indictment) :: inculpar
indictment {n} /ɪnˈdaɪt.mənt/ (criminal accusation) :: formulación de cargos
indictment {n} (accusation) :: acusación
Indies {prop} (East Indies) SEE: East Indies ::
indifference {n} /ɪnˈdɪf.ɹəns/ (the state of being indifferent) :: indiferencia {f}
indifferent {adj} /ɪnˈdɪf.ɹənt/ (not caring) :: indiferente
indigenous {adj} /ɪnˈdɪdʒ.ɪ.nəs/ (born or engendered in, native to a land or region) :: indígena, autóctono, nativo
indigenous {adj} (innate, inborn) :: innato, congénito
indigent {adj} /ˈɪndɪd͡ʒənt/ (poor; destitute) :: indigente
indigent {n} (a person in need or in poverty) :: indigente {m} {f}
indigestible {adj} (difficult or impossible to digest) :: indigesto, indigerible
indigestion {n} (condition caused by eating too quickly) :: indigestión
indign {adj} (disgraceful) SEE: disgraceful ::
indignation {n} /ˌɪn.dɪɡ.ˈneɪ.ʃən/ (anger aroused by some perceived offense or injustice) :: indignación {f}
indignation {n} (self-righteous anger or disgust) :: indignación {f}
indignation {n} :: indignación {f}
indignity {n} /ɪnˈdɪɡ.nə.ti/ (degradation, debasement or humiliation) :: indignidad {f}
indignity {n} (an affront to one's dignity or pride) :: indignidad {f}, ofensa {f}, afrenta {f}
indignity {n} :: indignidad {f}
indigo {n} /ˈɪndɪˌɡoʊ/ (colour) :: índigo {m}, añil {m}, turquí {m}
indigo {n} (dye) :: índigo {m}, añil {m}
indigo {adj} (colour) :: índigo, añil
indigo bunting {n} (Passerina cyanea) :: azulejo {m}
indirect {adj} /ˌɪndaɪˈɹɛkt/ (not direct) :: indirecto
indirectly {adv} /ˌɪndɪˈɹɛktli/ (in an indirect manner) :: indirectamente
indirect object {n} (grammatical term) :: complemento indirecto {m}
indirect speech {n} (reported speech) SEE: reported speech ::
indiscreet {adj} (not discreet; wanting in discretion) :: indiscreto, imprudente
indiscriminate {adj} /ɪnˈdɪs.kɹɪm.ɪn.ət/ (Without care or making distinctions, thoughtless) :: indiscriminado, desconsiderado
indispensable {adj} /ɪndɪˈspɛnsəbəl/ (not dispensable) :: indispensable
indispensable {adj} (not subject to exemption) :: indispensable
indispensable {adj} (absolutely necessary) :: imprescindible
indisposition {n} /ɪnˌdɪspəˈzɪʃən/ (mild illness) :: achaque {m}
indisputable {adj} (not disputable) :: indisputable
indisputably {adv} (in a manner that is incapable of being disputed) :: indiscutiblemente
indissolubility {n} :: indisolubilidad {f}
indissoluble {adj} (indestructable) :: indisoluble
indistinct {adj} /ˌɪndɪsˈtɪŋkt/ (not clearly defined) :: indistinto
indistinctly {adv} (in an indistinct manner) :: indistintamente
indistinguishable {adj} (not distinguishable) :: indistinguible
indium {n} /ˈɪndi.əm/ (metallic chemical element) :: indio {m}
individual {n} /ˌɪndɪˈvɪd͡ʒʊəl/ (person considered alone) :: individuo {m}
individual {n} (element belonging to a population) :: individuo
individual {adj} (relating to a single person or thing) :: individual
individual {adj} (intended for a single person) :: individual
individualism {n} (tendency for a person to act without reference to others) :: individualismo {m}
individualist {n} (someone who believes in individualism as sociopolitical system) :: individualista {m} {f}
individualist {n} (someone who does as they wish) :: individualista {m} {f}
individuality {n} (person) SEE: person ::
individualization {n} (act of individualizing) :: individualización {f}
individually {adv} (separately, independently) :: individualmente
individual pursuit {n} (Cycling discipline) :: persecución individual {f}
indivisibility {n} (state incapable of being divided) :: indivisibilidad
indivisibility {n} (indivisible factor or object) :: indivisibilidad
indivisible {adj} (incapable of being divided) :: indivisible
Indo- {prefix} (Relating to India or Indian) :: indo-
Indo-Aryan {prop} (family of languages) :: indo-ario {m}
Indochina {prop} /ˌɪndoʊ̯ˈt͡ʃaɪ̯nə/ (part of Southeast Asia) :: Indochina {f}
indoctrinate {v} (brainwash) SEE: brainwash ::
indoctrinate {v} (to teach with a biased or one-sided ideology) :: adoctrinar
indoctrination {n} (act of indoctrinating) :: adoctrinamiento {m}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to languages originally spoken in Europe and Western Asia) :: indoeuropeo {m}
Indo-European studies {n} (academic discipline) :: indoeuropeística {f}
indolent {adj} /ˈɪn.dəl.ənt/ (habitually lazy) :: indolente
indolent {adj} (medicine: causing little or no physical pain) :: indolente
indolent {adj} (medicine: healing slowly) :: indolente
indomethacin {n} (drug) :: indometacina {f}
indomitable {adj} /ɪnˈdɒmɪtəbl̩/ (incapable of being subdued, overcome, or vanquished) :: indomable {m} {f}
Indonesia {prop} /ˌɪndə(ʊ)ˈniːʒə/ (country) :: Indonesia {f}
Indonesian {adj} (referring to Indonesia) :: indonesio
Indonesian {n} (person) :: indonesio {m}, indonesia {f}, indonesios {m-p}, indonesias {f-p}
Indonesian {n} (language) :: indonesio {m}
Indra {prop} (Hindu god) :: Indra {m}
Induan {prop} :: Induense
indubitable {adj} /ɪnˈdubɪtəbəl/ (not dubitable) :: indudable
induce {v} /ɪnˈduːs/ (to cause; persuade; force) :: inducir
induced abortion {n} (procedure that terminates pregnancy by removing the fetus) SEE: abortion ::
inducible {adj} :: inducible
induction {n} /ɪnˈdʌkʃən/ (the development of a feature from part of a formerly homogenous field of cells) :: inducción
indulge {v} /ɪnˈdʌldʒ/ (to yield to a temptation) :: ceder, sucumbir
indulge {v} (to satisfy the wishes or whims of) :: mimar, consentir
indulgence {n} /ɪnˈdʌld͡ʒəns/ (pardon or release from the expectation of punishment in purgatory) :: indulgencia {f}
indulgent {adj} /ɪnˈdʌldʒənt/ (prone to indulge) :: indulgente
induration {n} (hardness) SEE: hardness ::
induration {n} (process of becoming hard) SEE: hardening ::
Indus {prop} /ˈɪndəs/ (the river) :: Indo {m}
Indus {prop} (constellation) :: Indus
industrial {adj} /ɪnˈdʌstɹɪəl/ (of or relating to industry) :: industrial
industrial espionage {n} (use of clandestine methods to acquire secret information for commercial advantage) :: espionaje industrial {m}
industrialism {n} (socio-economic system) :: industrialismo {m}
industrialist {n} (person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterprise) :: industrialista {m}
industrialization {n} (process of social and economic change) :: industrialización {f}
industrialize {v} (to develop industry) :: industrializar
industrial park {n} (an area zoned and planned for the purpose of industrial development) :: polígono industrial {m}
Industrial Revolution {prop} (major technological change in the late 18th and early 19th century) :: Revolución Industrial {f}
industrious {adj} /ɪnˈdʌstɹi.əs/ (hard-working and persistent) :: aplicado, trabajador, laborioso, empeñoso, afanoso, industrioso, diligente
industry {n} /ˈɪndəstɹi/ (businesses of the same type) :: industria {f}
industry {n} (businesses that produce goods) :: industria {f}
indweller {n} (inhabitant) SEE: inhabitant ::
in earnest {adv} (seriously; sincerely, in a significant manner) :: en serio
inebriate {v} (to cause to be drunk; to intoxicate) :: embriagar
inebriated {adj} /ɪˈniːbɹieɪtɪd/ (behaving as though affected by alcohol) :: ebrio
inebriation {n} (state or characteristic of drunkenness) :: borrachera
inedible {adj} (not edible; not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat) :: incomestible
I need ... {phrase} (I need ... (something)) :: necesito ...
I need a guide {phrase} (I need a guide (a person who guides)) :: necesito un guía
I need a guide {phrase} (I need a guide (a written guide)) :: necesito una guía
I need to vomit {phrase} /aɪ nid tu ˈvɑmit/ (I need to vomit) :: tengo que vomitar
ineffable {adj} /ˌɪnˈɛf.ə.bəl/ (beyond expression) :: inefable
ineffective {adj} (not having the desired effect; ineffectual) :: ineficaz, inoperante
in effigy {adj} (symbolizing) :: efigie
inelastic {adj} /ˌɪnəˈlæstɪk/ (lacking elasticity) :: inelástico
inelegant {adj} /ɪnˈɛlɪɡənt/ (not elegant) :: inelegante
ineligibility {n} (state or quality of being ineligible) :: inelegibilidad
ineligible {adj} (not eligible; forbidden to do something) :: inelegible
ineluctably {adv} (inescapable) SEE: inescapable ::
inept {adj} /ɪnˈɛpt/ (not able to do something) :: inepto, incapaz
ineptitude {n} (the quality of being inept) :: ineptitud {f}
inequality {n} (unfair, not equal, state) :: desigualdad {f}
inequality {n} (statement that one quantity is less (or greater) than another) :: inecuación {f}
inequation {n} (a statement that two expressions are not the same) SEE: inequality ::
ineradicable {adj} (incapable of being eradicated) :: inerradicable
inert {adj} /ɪnˈɝt/ (unable to move or act) :: inerte
inert {adj} (sluggish or lethargic) :: inerte
inert {adj} (in chemistry, not readily reacting with other elements or compounds) :: inerte
inert gas {n} (noble gas) SEE: noble gas ::
inert gas {n} (non-reactive gas) :: gas inerte {m}
inertia {n} /ɪnˈɝ.ʃə/ (in physics) :: inercia {f}
inertia {n} (unwillingness to take action) :: inercia {f}
inertness {n} (sluggishness) :: inercia {f}
inertness {n} (inertia) :: inercia {f}
inertness {n} (chemically unreactive) :: inercia química {f}
inescapable {adj} (cannot be avoided) :: inevitable
inescapably {adv} (in an inescapable manner) :: inevitablemente
in essence {prep} (essentially) SEE: essentially ::
inessive {adj} (of or relating to the inessive case) :: inesivo {m}
inessive {n} (inessive case) :: caso inesivo {m}
inessive case {n} (case used to indicate location inside something) SEE: inessive ::
inevitability {n} (the condition of being inevitable) :: inevitabilidad
inevitable {adj} /ɪnˈɛvɪtəbəl/ (impossible to avoid or prevent) :: inevitable
inevitably {adv} /ɪˈnɛvɪtəbli/ (in a manner that this impossible to avoid) :: inevitablemente
inexact {adj} (imperfectly conforming) :: inexacto
inexcusable {adj} (not excusable) :: inexcusable
inexcusably {adv} (in an inexcusable manner) :: inexcusablemente
inexhaustible {adj} (impossible to exhaust) :: inagotable
inexistent {adj} (nonexistent) SEE: nonexistent ::
inexorable {adj} /ɪnˈɛksɔɹəbəl/ (impossible to prevent or stop, see also: inevitable) :: inexorable
inexorably {adv} /ɪnˈɛk.sɚ.ə.bli / (in an inexorable manner; relentlessly) :: inexorablemente, despiadadamente, inevitablemente, ineluctablemente
inexpensive {adj} (low in price) :: barato, económico
inexperienced {adj} /ɪnəkˈspɪəɹi.ənst/ (not experienced) :: inexperto
inexplicable {adj} /ˌɪn.ɪkˈsplɪ.kə.bl̩/ (impossible to explain) :: inexplicable
inexplicably {adv} (in an inexplicable manner) :: inexplicablemente
inexpressible {adj} (unable to be expressed) :: inexpresable
inexpugnable {adj} (impregnable, unconquerable) :: inexpugnable
inextinguishable {adj} (incapable of being extinguished) :: inextinguible, inapagable
in fact {prep} (actually, in truth) :: de hecho
infallibility {n} (the ability to never make a mistake) :: infalibilidad {f}
infallible {adj} /ɪnˈfæ.lə.bəl/ (without fault or weakness; incapable of error or fallacy) :: infalible
infallibly {adv} (in an infallible manner) :: infaliblemente
infamous {adj} /ˈɪnfəməs/ (having a bad reputation) :: infame
infamously {adv} (in an infamous manner) :: infamemente
infamy {n} /ˈɪnfəmi/ (the state of being infamous) :: infamia {f}
infant {n} /ˈɪn.fənt/ (very young human being) :: nene {m}, infante {m}
infanta {n} /ɪnˈfantə/ (Spanish daughter of a king) :: infanta {f}
infante {n} (son of the king of Spain or Portugal) :: infante {m}
infanteer {n} (soldier) SEE: infantryman ::
infant formula {n} (food simulating human milk) :: leche maternizada {f}, leche de fórmula {f}, leche infantil {f}
infanticide {n} /ɪnˈfæntɪsaɪd/ (the murder of an infant) :: infanticida
infanticide {n} (the murder of one's child) :: filicida
infanticide {n} (a person who has killed a child) :: infanticida
infantry {n} /ˈɪnfəntɹi/ (soldiers who fight on foot) :: infantería {f}
infantry {n} (the part of an army consisting of infantry soldiers) :: infantería {f}
infantry {n} (regiment of infantry) :: regimiento de infantería {m}, tercio {m}
infantryman {n} (soldier who fights on foot) :: infante {m}
infarct {n} (area of dead tissue) :: infarto
infarction {n} (infarct) SEE: infarct ::
in fashion {adj} (fashionable) SEE: fashionable ::
infatuate {v} /ɪnˈfætjuˌ(w)eɪt/ (To inspire with unreasoning love or attachment) :: embrujar, encantar, infatuar
infatuation {n} (The act of infatuating; the state of being infatuated; folly; that which infatuates) :: pasión {f}
infatuation {n} (An unreasoning love or attraction) :: encaprichamiento {m}
in favor of {prep} (in support of) :: a favor de
infeasible {adj} (not feasible) :: imposible, no factible
infect {v} /ɪnˈfɛkt/ (to bring into contact with a substance that causes illness) :: infectar, contagiar
infect {v} (to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion) :: contagiar, alborotar
infected {adj} (having an infection) :: infectado {m}
infection {n} /ɪnˈfɛkʃən/ (the process of infecting) :: infección
infection {n} (uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host) :: infección {f}
infectious {adj} (transmitted between persons as illness) :: infeccioso
infectious {adj} (able to infect others) :: infeccioso, contagioso
infectiousness {n} (state or condition of being infectious) :: infectividad {f}
infelicitous {adj} /ˌɪn.fəˈlɪs.ɪ.təs/ (unhappy or unfortunate) :: infortunado, desventurado, desgraciado, infeliz, desdichado
infelicitous {adj} (inappropriate or awkward; not well said, expressed, or done) :: torpe, impropio, aciago, inadecuado
infer {v} /ɪnˈfɝ/ ((transitive) To conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence) :: inferir
infer {v} ((intransitive) To draw a conclusion (by reasoning)) :: inferir
infer {v} (To imply: to have as a necessary consequence) :: inferir
infer {v} :: argüir, inferir
inferior {adj} /ɪnˈfɪ(ə)ɹiɚ/ (of lower quality) :: inferior
inferior {adj} (of lower rank) :: inferior
inferior {adj} (located below) :: inferior
inferior {n} (person of lower status (noun)) :: inferior
inferiority {n} (quality of being inferior) :: inferioridad {f}
inferiority complex {n} (a sense of inferiority) :: complejo de inferioridad {m}
inferior oblique {n} (muscle) :: oblicuo inferior {m}, músculo oblicuo inferior {m}
inferior rectus {n} (muscle) :: recto inferior {m}, músculo recto inferior {m}
inferior vena cava {n} (large vein) :: vena cava inferior {f}
infernal {adj} /ɪnˈfəɹnəl/ :: infernal
inferno {n} /ɪnˈfɝnoʊ/ (place or situation resembling Hell) :: infierno {m}
infero- {prefix} (inferior) :: infero-
inferolateral {adj} (both inferior and lateral) :: inferolateral
inferomedial {adj} (both inferior and medial) :: inferomedial
infertile {adj} (not fertile) :: estéril
infertility {n} :: infertilidad {f}
infestation {n} (presence of a large number of pest organisms in an area) :: infestación {f}
infidel {n} /ˈɪn.fə.dl̩/ (non-believer) :: infiel {m} {f}
infidelity {n} (unfaithfulness in marriage or other moral obligation) :: infidelidad {f}
infidelity {n} (lack of religious belief) :: infidelidad {f}
infield fly rule {n} (baseball) :: regla de infield fly {f}
infiltrate {v} /ˈɪnfəltɹeɪt/ (to surreptitiously penetrate, enter or gain access) :: infiltrarse
infiltrate {v} (to cause a fluid to pass through a substance by filtration) :: infiltrar
infiltration {n} (act or process of infiltrating) :: filtración {f}
infiltration {n} (substance) :: filtración {f}
infiltration {n} (entering secretly) :: infiltración {f}
infimum {n} /ɪnˈfiːməm/ (element of a set) :: ínfimo, elemento ínfimo
infinite {adj} /ˈɪnfɪnɪt/ (boundless, endless) :: infinito
infinite {adj} :: infinito
infinitely {adv} (endlessly) :: infinitamente
infinitesimal calculus {n} (Differential calculus and integral calculus considered together as a single subject) :: cálculo infinitesimal {m}
infinitism {n} (view) :: infinitismo {m}
infinitive {n} /ɪnˈfɪnɪtɪv/ (uninflected verb form) :: infinitivo {m}
infinity {n} (endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of end or limit) :: infinidad {f}
infinity {n} (a number that has an infinite, uncountable numerical value) :: infinito {m}
infinity {n} (a number which is very large compared to some characteristic number) :: infinidad {f}
infinity {n} (the symbol ∞) :: infinito {m}
infirm {adj} (weak; feeble) :: enfermizo, endeble
infirm {adj} (insecure) :: inseguro
infirmary {n} /ɪnˈfɝməɹi/ (place where sick or injured people are cared for, especially a small hospital) :: enfermería {f}
infirmity {n} (feebleness) :: enfermedad {f}
in fits and starts {prep} :: a trompicones, a trancas y barrancas
inflammable {adj} /ɪnˈflæməbəl/ (capable of burning) :: inflamable, combustible
inflammation {n} /ɪnfləˈmeɪʃən/ (act of inflaming, kindling, or setting on fire; also, the state of being inflamed) :: inflamación {f}
inflammation {n} (medical condition) :: inflamación {f}
inflammatory {adj} (causing or caused by inflammation) :: inflamatorio
inflate {v} /ɪnˈfleɪt/ (to enlarge the volume occupied by an object) :: inflar, hinchar
inflate {v} :: inflar
inflated {adj} (filled with air) :: hinchado, inflado
inflated {adj} (expanded) :: aumentado, inflado
inflated {adj} (at higher cost) :: inflado
inflated {adj} (pompous) :: hinchado, inflado, pomposo
inflation {n} /ɪnˈfleɪʃən/ (expansion or increase in size) :: inflación {f}
inflation {n} (increase in prices) :: inflación {f}
inflect {v} /ɪnˈflɛkt/ (music) :: modular
inflect {v} (grammar) :: conjugar [of a verb], declinar [of a noun]
inflection {n} /ɪnˈflɛkʃən/ (change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function) :: flexión {f}
inflection {n} (change in pitch or tone of voice) :: inflexión {f}
inflection {n} (turning away from a straight course) :: inflexión
inflection {n} :: punto de inflexión
inflectional {adj} (pertaining to a point of inflection of a curve) :: flectivo
inflexibility {n} (quality of being inflexible) :: inflexibilidad {f}
inflexible {adj} /ɪnˈflɛksəbl̩/ (stiff, rigid) :: inflexible
inflexible {adj} (obstinate, stubborn) :: inflexible
inflexibly {adv} (in an inflexible manner) :: inflexiblemente
inflict {v} /ɪnˈflɪkt/ (thrust upon, impose) :: infligir
infliction {n} (The act of inflicting or something inflicted; an imposition) :: inflicción {m}
inflorescence {n} (flower cluster) :: inflorescencia {f}
influence {n} /ˈɪn.fl(j)u.əns/ (power to affect, control or manipulate) :: influencia {f}
influence {n} (action exerted by a person or thing with power to cause change) :: influencia {f}
influence {n} (person or thing exerting such power or action) :: influencia {f}
influence {v} (transitive: to exert an influence upon) :: influir, influenciar
influence {v} (intransitive: to exert influence) :: influir
influence {n} (action of flowing in; influx) SEE: influx ::
influence peddling {n} (type of corruption) :: tráfico de influencias {m}
influencer {n} (That which influences) :: influidor {m}, influidora {f}
influential {adj} (having considerable influence) :: influyente
influenza {n} /ˌɪn.flu.ˈɛn.zə/ (an acute contagious disease of the upper airways and lungs) :: gripe {f}, [Colombia, Mexico] gripa {f}, influenza {f}
influx {n} /ˈɪnˌflʌks/ (inward flow) :: entrada {f}
in for a penny, in for a pound {proverb} /ɪn fɔɹ ə ˈpɛ.ni ɪn fɔɹ ə paʊnd/ (Expressing recognition that one must, having started something, see it through to its end, rather than stopping short thereof) :: de perdidos al río
in force {prep} (applicable) :: en vigor, vigente
inform {v} /ɪnˈfɔɹm/ :: delatar, enterar, impregnar, informar, reportar
inform {v} (instruct) SEE: instruct ::
informal {adj} /ɪnˈfɔɹm(ə)l/ (not formal or ceremonious) :: informal
informal {adj} (not in accord with the usual regulations) :: informal
informal {adj} (language: reflecting everyday, non-ceremonious usage) :: familiar
informality {n} (condition of being informal) :: informalidad {f}
informally {adv} (in an informal manner) :: informalmente
in forma pauperis {adv} (in the form of a pauper) :: por causa de pobreza
informatic {adj} (of or pertaining to information science) :: informático
informatics {n} (branch of information science) :: informática {f}
information {n} /ˌɪnfəɹˈmeɪʃən/ (communicable knowledge) :: información {f}
information science {n} (science) :: ciencias de la información {f}
information security {n} (protection of information and information systems) :: seguridad de la información {f}
information society {n} (society where information is a significant activity) :: sociedad de la información {f}
information technology {n} (the practice of creating and/or studying computer systems and applications) :: tecnología de la información {f}
information theory {n} (branch of applied mathematics) :: teoría de la información {f}
information warfare {n} (use of information in pursuit of an advantage over an opponent) :: guerra de la información {f}, infoguerra {f}
informative {adj} /ɪnˈfɔɹmətɪv/ (providing useful or interesting information) :: informativo
informed {adj} /ɪnˈfɔɹmd/ (instructed) :: informado
infowar {n} (information warfare) SEE: information warfare ::
infra- {prefix} (below, beneath, inferior) :: infra-
infraorbital {adj} (below the orbit) :: infraorbitario
infrapatellar {adj} (below the kneecap) :: infrarrotuliano
infrared {n} /ɪnfɹəˈɹɛd/ (infrared radiation) :: infrarrojo
infrared {adj} (having the wavelength in the infrared) :: infrarrojo
infrasound {n} (low-frequency sound waves) :: infrasonido {m}
infraspinatus {n} (muscle) :: infraespinoso {m}
infrastructure {n} /ˈɪnfɹəˌstɹʌk(t)ʃɚ/ (underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system) :: infraestructura {f}
infrastructure {n} (basic facilities, services and installations needed for the functioning of a community or society) :: infraestructura {f}
infratemporal {adj} (below the temple or temporal bone) :: infratemporal
infrequent {adj} (Not frequent; not happening frequently) :: infrecuente
infringe {v} /ɪnˈfɹɪndʒ/ (to break or violate a treaty, a law, a right etc.) :: infringir
infringement {n} (violation) :: infracción {f}, vulneración {f}
in front of {prep} (at or near the front part of) :: en frente de, delante de
in front of {prep} (in the presence of someone) :: delante de, ante
in front of {prep} (located before (something else)) :: en frente de, delante de
infundibulopelvic {adj} (of or pertaining to the infundibulum and the pelvis) :: infundibulopelviano
infundibulum {n} (a funnel-shaped cavity or organ) :: infundíbulo {m}
infuriate {v} /ɪnˈfjʊəɹɪət/ (to make furious or mad with anger) :: enfurecer
infuriating {adj} (Extremely annoying, frustrating or irritating) :: exasperante {m} {f}
infusion {n} /ɪnˈfjuːʒən/ (a product consisting of a liquid which has had other ingredients steeped in it to extract useful qualities) :: infusión {f}
infusion {n} (act of installing a quality into a person) :: infusión {f}
-ing {suffix} /iːn/ (to form present participles) :: -ando [verbs ending in -ar], -iendo, -yendo [verbs ending in -er and -ir]
in general {adv} (generally) SEE: generally ::
ingeniosity {n} (quality of being ingenious) :: ingeniosidad {f}
ingenious {adj} (displaying genius or brilliance; tending to invent) :: ingenioso
ingenious {adj} :: ingenioso
ingenuity {n} /ˌɪndʒəˈn(j)uːəti/ (ability to come up with solutions to difficult problems) :: ingenio {m}
ingenuous {adj} /ɪnˈdʒɛn.ju.əs/ (Naive and trusting) :: inocente {m}, ingenuo
ingest {v} /ɪn.dʒɛst/ (to take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal) :: ingerir
ingestion {n} /ɪnˈdʒɛstʃən/ (the action of ingesting) :: ingestión {f}
in good hands {prep} (under guidance) :: en buenas manos
ingot {n} /ˈɪŋɡət/ (solid block of more or less pure metal) :: lingote {m}
Ingram {prop} /ˈɪŋɡɹəm/ (male given name) :: Enguerrán
ingrate {n} /ˈɪnɡɹeɪt/ (an ungrateful person) :: ingrato {m}, ingrata {f}
ingrate {adj} (ungrateful) SEE: ungrateful ::
ingratiate {v} /ɪnˈɡɹeɪ.ʃi.eɪt/ (get someone's favor, especially through flattery) :: congraciarse
ingredient {n} /ɪnˈɡɹiːdi.ənt/ (substance present in a mixture) :: ingrediente {m}
ingress {n} (act of entering) :: entrada {f}, ingreso {m}
ingress {n} (door or other means of entering) :: entrada {f}, ingreso {m}
inguinal {adj} (of or pertaining to the groin) :: inguinal
inguinodynia {n} (A pain in the groin, typically appearing after a hernia operation.) :: inguinodinia {f}
Ingush {adj} (of, or pertaining to Ingushetia) :: inguestio
Ingush {n} (person) :: ingusetio {m}
Ingush {prop} (Caucasian language) :: ingusetio {m}
Ingushetia {prop} /ɪŋɡʊˈʃɛtiə/ (federal subject of Russia) :: Ingushetia {f}, Ingusetia {f}
inhabit {v} /ɪnˈhæbɪt/ :: habitar
inhabitant {n} /ɪnˈhæ.bɪ.tənt/ (Someone or thing who lives in a place) :: habitante, residente {m}, lugareño {m}
inhabited {adj} (having inhabitants) :: habitado
inhalation {n} (the act of inhaling) :: inhalación {f}
inhale {v} /ɪnˈheɪl/ (to draw air into the lungs) :: inhalar, alentar
inhale {v} (to draw something into the nose or lungs) :: aspirar, inhalar, inspirar
inharmonicity {n} (music) :: inarmonía
in heat {prep} (on heat) SEE: on heat ::
inhere {v} /ɪnˈhɪə/ (To be inherent; to be an essential or intrinsic part of; to be fixed or permanently incorporated with something) :: ser inherente
inherent {adj} /ɪnˈhɪəɹənt/ (natural part or consequence) :: inherente
inherently {adv} /ɪnˈhɛɹəntli/ (inherently, innately) :: inherentemente
inherit {v} /ɪnˈhɛɹɪt/ (to take possession of as a right) :: heredar
inherit {v} (to receive property or a title by legal succession etc.) :: heredar
inherit {v} (to receive a characteristic by genetic transmission) :: heredar
inheritable {adj} (able to be inherited) :: heredable
inheritance tax {n} (tax on the property of the deceased) :: impuesto sucesorio
inheritor {n} (heir) SEE: heir ::
inhibit {v} (to hold in or hold back; to restrain) :: inhibir, frustrar
inhibition {n} (Act of inhibiting) :: inhibición {f}
inhibition {n} (State of being inhibited) :: inhibición {f}
inhibition {n} (Stopping or retarding a chemical reaction) :: inhibición
inhibitive {adj} (that inhibits) :: inhibitorio
inhibitor {n} (substance slowing a reaction) :: inhibidor
inhospitable {adj} (Not offering shelter) :: inhóspito
inhospitality {n} (lack of hospitality) :: inhospitalidad
inhuman {adj} /ɪnˈhjuːmən/ (of or pertaining to inhumanity) :: inhumano
inhumane {adj} (cruel and savage, not humane) :: inhumano
inhumanity {n} (lack of compassion) :: crueldad {f}
inhumanity {n} (inhuman act) :: crueldad {f}
inhumation {n} /ɪn.hjuːˈmeɪ.ʃən/ (The act of burial) :: inhumación {f} [archeological], entierro {m}
inimical {adj} /ɪˈnɪmɪkəl/ (harmful) :: nocivo
inimical {adj} (hostile) :: hostil
iniquitous {adj} /ɪˈnɪkwɨtəs/ (sinful) :: pecaminoso, inicuo
iniquitous {adj} (morally objectionable) :: injusto, inicuo
iniquity {n} /ɪnˈɪk.wɪ.ti/ (deviation from right) :: iniquidad {f}
iniquity {n} (wrongful act) :: iniquidad {f}
iniquity {n} (lawlessness) :: iniquidad {f}
initial {adj} /ɪˈnɪʃəl/ (chronologically first) :: inicial
initial {adj} :: inicial
initial {n} (first letters of a person's name as a unit) :: iniciales {f-p}
initialism {n} (term pronounced letter by letter) :: sigla
initialize {v} (to assign an initial value to a variable) :: inicializar
initially {adv} (at the beginning) :: inicialmente
initial public offering {n} (first offering to members of the public of stock in a company) :: oferta pública de venta {f}
initiation {n} /ɪ.nɪ.ʃi.ˈeɪ.ʃən/ (act of initiating) :: inicio {m}
initiation {n} (form or ceremony by which a person is introduced into any society) :: iniciación {f}
initiative {n} /ɪˈnɪʃətɪv/ (a new development; a fresh approach to something; a new way of dealing with a problem) :: iniciativas {f}
initiative {n} :: iniciativa {f}
initiatory {adj} (initial, inaugural) :: iniciativo {m}, iniciático {m}
inject {v} /ɪnˈdʒɛkt/ (to administer an injection to) :: inyectar
injectable {adj} (capable of being injected) :: inyectable
injectable {n} (a drug which is designed to be injected) :: inyectable {m}
injection {n} /ɪn.ˈdʒɛk.ʃən/ (medicine: something injected) :: inyección {f}
injective {adj} /ɪnˈdʒɛktɪv/ (inverse-deterministic) :: inyectivo
injector {n} (device used to inject) :: inyector {m}
in-joke {n} (piece of humour understood only by a group of people) :: chiste privado
injure {v} /ˈɪndʒɚ/ (to wound or cause physical harm) :: herir
injure {v} :: lastimar
injury {n} (wound) SEE: wound ::
injury {n} /ˈɪn.dʒə.ɹi/ (damage or violation) :: herida {f}, lesión {f}
injustice {n} /ɪnˈdʒʌs.tɪs/ (absence of justice) :: injusticia {f}
ink {n} /ɪŋk/ (coloured fluid used for writing) :: tinta {f}
ink {n} (dark fluid ejected by squid etc) :: tinta {f}
ink {v} (apply ink) :: entintar
ink {v} (sign a document) :: firmar
ink {v} (apply a tattoo) :: tatuar
ink bottle {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell ::
inkhorn {n} (as adjective, of vocabulary: pedantic) :: pedante, rebuscado
in kind {adv} (with goods or services) :: en especie
inkjet printer {n} (device that prints using droplets of ink) :: impresora de chorro de tinta {f}, impresora de inyección de tinta {f}
ink-pad {n} (piece of absorbent material, soaked with ink used for rubber stamps) :: tampón
inkpot {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell ::
inkwell {n} (container for ink) :: tintero {m}
Inland Sea {prop} (body of water) :: Mar Interior
in-law {n} (relative by marriage) :: relativo (político) {m}
in-law {n} (parent-in-law of one's child) :: consuegro
in-law {n} (father-in-law) SEE: father-in-law ::
in-law {n} (mother-in-law) SEE: mother-in-law ::
inlay {n} /ˈɪn.leɪ/ (material placed within another material as decoration.) :: incrustación {f}
in layman's terms {prep} (phrased simply) :: en términos simples
inlet {n} (body of water let into a coast) :: ensenada {f}
inlet {n} (a passage into something) :: entrada {f}, acceso {m}
in lieu {adv} /ɪn.luː/ (instead (of); in place (of)) :: en lugar de, en vez de
in lieu of {prep} (instead; in place of; as a substitute for) :: en vez de
in light of {prep} (given, considering) :: en vista de
in-line skate {n} (roller skate with all wheels aligned) SEE: rollerblade ::
in love {prep} (of a person or persons: enamored) :: enamorado
in love {prep} (followed by "with": enamored (of a person, etc.)) :: enamorado de
in love {prep} (followed by "with": very fond (of an idea, etc.)) :: encantado de
inmate {n} (one confined to institution, such as a prison) :: internado {m}, interno {m}
inmate {n} (one who occupies a dwelling-house) :: residente {m} {f}
in memoriam {adv} /ɪn məˈmɔɹi.əm/ (in memory of) :: en memoria de, en recuerdo de
in my humble opinion {prep} (used to introduce or qualify a statement) :: en mi humilde opinión
in my opinion {prep} (according to me) :: en mi opinión
inn {n} /ɪn/ (lodging) :: posada {f}, venta {f} [archaic]
inn {n} (tavern) SEE: tavern ::
innate {adj} /ɪˈneɪt/ (inborn) :: innato
inner child {n} (psychologically) :: puer aeternus
inner core {n} (innermost part of the Earth) :: núcleo interno {m}
inner ear {n} (anatomy) :: oído {m}
Inner Mongolia {prop} (autonomous region in northern China) :: Mongolia Interior {f}
inner planet {n} (planet of the Solar System with an orbit between the asteroid belt and sun) :: planeta interno {m}
inner tube {n} (inflatable rubber tube) :: cámara {f}
innervation {n} (activity) :: inervación {f}
innkeeper {n} /ˈɪnkiːpəɹ/ (person responsible for the running of an inn) :: posadero {m}, posadera {f}, ventero {m}, ventera {f}
innocence {n} /ˈɪnəsn̩s/ (absence of responsibility for a crime) :: inocencia {f}
innocent {adj} /ˈɪnəsn̩t/ (pure, free from sin, untainted) :: inocente
innocent {adj} :: inocente
innocently {adv} (in an innocent manner) :: inocentemente
innocuous {adj} /ɪˈnɑkjuəs/ (harmless) :: inocuo
innocuous {adj} (inoffensive) :: inofensivo
innominate {adj} (having no name; anonymous) :: innominado
innominate bone {n} (hip bone) SEE: hip bone ::
innovate {v} /ˈɪnəveɪt/ (to introduce changes) :: innovar
innovation {n} /ˌɪnəˈveɪʃən/ (act of innovating) :: innovación {f}
innovation {n} (something new) :: innovación {f}
innovation {n} :: innovación {f}
innovative {adj} /ˈɪn.əˌveɪɾɪv / (characterized by the creation of new ideas or things) :: innovador {m}
innovator {n} (someone who innovates) :: innovador {m}
innuendo {n} /ˌɪnjuˈɛndəʊ/ (A derogatory hint or reference to a person or thing, an implication or insinuation) :: insinuación {f}, indirecta {f}
innumerable {adj} (not capable of being counted) SEE: countless ::
inoculate {v} /ɪˈnɑːkjuleɪt/ (to provide immunity) :: inocular
inoculation {n} /ɪˌnɑkjəˈleɪʃən/ :: vacunación {m}
inoffensive {adj} (not offensive) :: inofensivo
inoffensive {adj} (harmless) :: inofensivo
in on {adj} (Part of or privy to) :: parte de
in one's altitudes {prep} (be drunk) :: mamado, arando, borracho, pegado los tragos
in one's book {prep} (in one's opinion) SEE: in one's opinion ::
in one's element {prep} (in a suitable environment) :: como pez en el agua, como en casa, en su elemento
in one's opinion {prep} (according to one's thinking) :: según mi opinión
in one's own right {prep} (as a consequence of one's own skill, qualification or state) :: por sí mismo, por sus propios méritos, por derecho propio
in one's right mind {adj} (sane) :: en sus cabales
in operation {prep} (operating) :: en operación
inoperative {adj} (not working or functioning) :: inoperante
in order {adv} (in sequence) :: en orden
in order {adv} (for the purpose of) SEE: in order to ::
in order for {phrase} (to indicate a possible consequence of an event or action) :: para que
in order to {phrase} (as a means of achieving the specified aim) :: a fin de, para, a
inorganic {adj} (relating to a compound that does not contain carbon) :: inorgánico
inorganic chemistry {n} (chemistry of elements and non-carbon containing compounds) :: química inorgánica {f}
inosilicate {n} (type of silicate) :: inosilicato {m}
in other words {prep} (stated or interpreted another way) :: en otras palabras
inoxidizable {adj} (cannot be readily oxidized) :: inoxidable
in parallel {prep} (connected side by side, instead of in series) :: en paralelo
in particular {adv} (especially, individually or specifically) :: en particular, sobre todo
in passing {prep} (incidentally) :: de pasada
inpatient {n} (A patient whose treatment needs at least one night's residence in a hospital) :: paciente {m}
in person {prep} (actually present) :: en persona
in personam {adj} (law) :: contra la persona
in place of {prep} (in place of) :: en lugar de
in practice {prep} (really, in effect) :: en la práctica
in principle {prep} (with regard to fundamentals) :: en principio
in principle {prep} (according to theory) :: en principio, en teoría
in private {prep} (privately) :: en privado
in progress {prep} (underway) SEE: underway ::
in public {prep} (in view of other people) :: en público
input {n} /ˈɪnpʊt/ (something fed into a process) :: insumo {m}, entrada {f}
input {v} (to enter data) :: introducir
input method {n} (program that facilitates the input of foreign scripts) :: método de entrada {m}
in question {adj} (under consideration or discussion) :: en cuestión
in question {adj} (in doubt, under dispute) :: en tela de juicio
inquietude {n} (the condition of being restless, uneasy or nervous) :: inquietud {f}
inquiline {n} (animal that lives commensally in the dwelling place of another species) :: inquilino {m}
inquinate {v} /ˈɪnkwɪneɪt/ (to pollute or make dirty) :: contaminar
inquire {v} /ɪnˈkwaɪɹ/ (to ask about something) :: investigar, informarse
inquiry {n} /ɪnˈkwaɪəɹi/ (the act of inquiring) :: inquisición {f}, indagatoria {f}, pesquisa
Inquisition {prop} (tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church) :: Inquisición {f}
inquisitive {adj} /ɪŋˈkwɪzətɪv/ (eager to acquire knowledge) :: inquisitivo
inquisitive {adj} (too curious; overly interested; nosy) :: inquisitivo, curioso
in respect of {prep} (pertaining to) :: en cuanto a
insalubrious {adj} /ɪnsəˈluːbɹɪəs/ (unhealthful) :: insalubre
ins and outs {n} (the details or fine points) :: entresijos, entretelas
insane {adj} /ɪnˈseɪn/ (exhibiting unsoundness or disorder of mind) :: enfermo mental
insane asylum {n} (mental hospital) SEE: mental hospital ::
insanity {n} /ɪnˈsænɪti/ (state of being insane) :: locura {f}
insatiable {adj} (not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased) :: insaciable
inscribe {v} /ɪnˈskɹaɪb/ (to write or cut words onto something) :: inscribir
inscription {n} /ɪnˈskɹɪpʃən/ (carved text) :: inscripción {f}
inscription {n} (dedication in a book) :: dedicatoria {f}
inscrutable {adj} /ˌɪnˈskɹuːtəbl/ (difficult or impossible to comprehend, fathom or interpret) :: inescrutable, impenetrable, incomprensible, insondable
in secret {prep} (secretly) SEE: secretly ::
insect {n} /ˈɪnsɛkt/ (arthropod of class insecta) :: insecto {m}
insectarium {n} (insectarium) :: insectario {m}
insecticide {n} (A substance used to kill insects) :: insecticida {f}
insectivore {n} /ɪnˈsɛktəˌvɔɹ/ (insect eating animal) :: insectívoro {m}
insecure {adj} (not secure) :: inseguro
insecure {adj} (not comfortable in certain situations) :: inseguro
inseminate {v} (to disperse or plant seds) SEE: sow ::
inseminate {v} (to cause to become pregnant) SEE: impregnate ::
insemination {n} (act of making pregnant) :: inseminación {f}
insensate {adj} /ɪnˈsɛn.sət/ (having no sensation or consciousness) :: inconsciente
insensate {adj} (senseless; foolish; irrational) :: absurdo
insensate {adj} (unfeeling, heartless, cruel, insensitive) :: inhumano
insensate {adj} (medicine, physiology: not responsive) :: indiferente
insensible {adj} (unable to be perceived by the sense) :: insensible
insensible {adj} (incapable of emotional feeling) :: insensible
insensitive {adj} /ɪnˈsɛnsɪtɪv/ (not having normal physical feeling) :: insensible
insensitive {adj} (not having normal emotional feelings, cold, tactless, undiplomatic) :: insensible
insensitively {adv} (in an insensitive manner) :: insensiblemente
insensitivity {n} (condition of being insensitive) :: insensibilidad {f}
inseparable {adj} /in.ˈsɛ.p(ə).ɹə.bl/ (unable to be separated) :: inseparable
inseparably {adv} (in an inseparable manner) :: inseparablemente
in series {prep} (connected in a chain, instead of in parallel) :: en serie
insert {v} /ɪnˈsɝt/ (put in between or into) :: insertar, meter
insertion {n} /ɪnˈsɝʃən/ (act of inserting, or something inserted) :: inserción
insertion {n} (addition of a nucleotide to a chromosome) :: inserción
inset {n} /ˈɪnsɛt/ (small piece of material used to strengthen a garment) :: refuerzo {m}
inshallah {interj} /ˌɪnʃˈɑ.lə/ (God willing (Islam)) :: inshalá, ojalá
inshore {adj} (close to shore) :: acostado
inside {n} /ˈɪnsaɪd/ (interior or inner part) :: interior {m}
inside {prep} (within the interior of something, closest to the center or to a specific point of reference) :: dentro de
inside {adv} (within the interior) :: dentro
inside {adv} (towards the interior) :: adentro
inside joke {n} (joke understood by certain people) :: broma privada {f}, chiste interno {m}, broma local
inside out {adv} /ˌᵻnsaɪdˈaʊt/ (with the inside turned to be on the outside) :: al revés, del revés
inside out {adv} (of knowledge: thoroughly) :: de cabo a rabo
insider {n} /ɪnˈsaɪdɚ/ (person who has special knowledge) :: iniciado {m}
insidious {adj} /ɪnˈsɪdi.əs/ (producing serious harm in a stealthy, often gradual, manner) :: insidioso
insidious {adj} (intending to entrap) :: insidioso
insight {n} /ˈɪnsaɪt/ (sight of the interior; deep view; introspections) :: introspección {f}
insight {n} (power of acute observation and deduction) :: perspicacia {f}, agudeza {f}, deducción {f}
insight {n} (intuitive apprehension of the inner nature of things) :: introspección {f}
insightful {adj} /ɪnˈsaɪt.f(ə)l/ (possessing insight) :: perspicaz
insignia {n} /ɪnˈsɪɡ.ni.ə/ (a patch or other object that indicates rank or membership) :: insignia {f}
insignia {n} (symbol or token of power, status, or offic) :: distintivo {m}
insignificance {n} (quality of being insignificant) :: insignificancia {f}, intrascendencia {f}
insignificant {adj} (not significant; not important) :: insignificante {m} {f}
insincere {adj} (not sincere) :: falso, no sincero
insinuate {v} /ɪnˈsɪnjueɪt/ (make way for by subtle means) :: insinuar
insinuate {v} (hint at (something)) :: insinuar
insinuation {n} /ɪnˌsɪnjuˈeɪʃən/ (act of gaining favor, affection, or influence, by gentle or artful means) :: insinuación {f}
insinuation {n} (a suggestion or intimation by distant allusion) :: insinuación
insipid {adj} /ɪnˈsɪp.ɪd/ (unappetizingly flavorless) :: insípido
insipid {adj} (flat; lacking character or definition) :: insulso, soso
insipid {adj} (cloyingly sentimental) :: cursi
insipidity {n} (condition of being insipid) :: insipidez {f}, desazón {f}
insipidly {adv} (in an insipid manner) :: insípidamente
insipidness {n} (lack of distinctive, appealing, or energetic character) :: insipidez {f}, desazón {f}
insist {v} /ɪnˈsɪst/ (to hold up a claim emphatically) :: insistir, empeñarse
insistence {n} (state of being insistent) :: insistencia {f}
insistence {n} (urgent demand) :: insistencia {f}
insistently {adv} (in an insistent manner) :: insistentemente
insofar as {conj} /ɪn.soʊˈfɑɹəz/ (to the extent that) :: en la medida en que
insolation {n} (medicine: sunstroke) SEE: sunstroke ::
insolation {n} (sun's radiant energy per unit area) :: insolación {f}
insolation {n} (exposure to the rays of the sun) :: insolación {f}
insole {n} /ˈɪnsoʊl/ (inside sole of footwear) :: plantilla {f}, palmilla {f}
insolency {n} (quality of being insolent) :: insolencia {f}
insolency {n} (act of insolence) :: insolencia {f}
insoluble {adj} (not soluble) :: insoluble
insolvable {adj} (impossible to solve) :: insoluble
insolvency {n} (the condition of being insolvent) :: insolvencia {f}
insolvent {adj} (Unable to pay) :: insolvente
insomnia {n} (sleeping disorder) :: insomnio {m}
insomniac {adj} (suffering from or pertaining to insomnia) :: insomne
in spades {prep} /ɪn ˈspeɪds/ (to excess) :: a raudales, a mansalva
inspect {v} /ɪnˈspɛkt/ (examine critically, scrutinize) :: inspeccionar
inspect {v} (view and examine officially) :: inspeccionar
inspection {n} /ɪnˈspɛkʃən/ (the act of examining something, often closely) :: inspección {f}
inspection {n} :: inspección {f}
inspiration {n} /ɪnspɨˈɹeɪʃən/ (physiology: drawing of air) :: inspiración {f}
inspiration {n} (supernatural divine influence) :: inspiración {f}
inspiration {n} (stimulating influence upon the intellect or emotions) :: inspiración {f}
inspire {v} (to inhale) SEE: inhale ::
inspire {v} /ɪn.ˈspaɪɹ/ :: inspirar
inspiring {adj} (providing inspiration; encouraging; stimulating) :: inspirador {m}, inspirativo {m}
in spite of {prep} (despite) :: malgrado, a pesar de, pese a
instability {n} (quality of being unstable) :: inestabilidad {f}
instability {n} (physical state) :: inestabilidad {f}
install {v} /ɪnˈstɔːl/ (set something up for use) :: instalar
installation {n} /ɪnstəˈleɪʃən]/ (act of installing) :: instalación {f}
installation {n} (something installed) :: instalación {f}
installer {n} (person who installs) :: instalador {m}, instaladora {f}
installer {n} (program that installs software and prepares it for use) :: instalador {m}
installment {n} /ɪnˈstɔːlmənt/ (act of installing; installation) :: instalación {f}
installment {n} (portion of debt) :: cuota {f}
installment {n} (part of a serial) :: episodio {m}
instalment {n} (installment) SEE: installment ::
instance {n} /ˈɪnstəns/ (case occurring, a case offered as an exemplification, an example) :: caso {m}, ejemplo {m}
instance {n} (recurring occasion, case) :: caso {m}, ocasión {f}
instant {n} /ˈɪnstənt/ (period of time) :: instante {m}
instant {n} (point in time) :: momento {m}
instantaneous {adj} /ɪnstənˈteɪni.əs/ (occurring, arising, or functioning without any delay; happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time) :: instantáneo
instantaneously {adv} (Without any delay) :: instantáneamente
instant coffee {n} /ˌɪnstənt ˈkɒfi/ (beverage) :: café instantáneo {m}
instantly {adv} /ˈɪnstəntli/ (at once) :: al instante, al hilo, al tiro
instant message {n} (message conveyed through an instant messaging program) :: mensaje instantáneo {m}
instant messaging {n} (form of realtime communication) :: mensajería instantánea {f}
instant messenger {n} (application which allows instant text communication) :: mensajería instantánea {f}
instant noodle {n} (a mass of precooked noodles) :: fideos instantáneos {m-p}
instanton {n} (A solution to the Yang-Mills field theory equation) :: instantón
instar {n} /ˈɪnstɑɹ/ (stage in the development of arthropods) :: estadio
instead {adv} /ɪn.ˈstɛd/ (in the place of (it)) :: en vez de
instead of {prep} (in lieu of; in place of; rather than) :: en lugar de, en vez de
instigation {n} (act of instigating) :: instigación {f}
instigator {n} /ˈɪnstɪɡeɪtə/ (person who intentionally instigates something) :: instigador {m}, incitador {m}
instill {v} /ɪnˈstɪl/ (to cause a quality to become part of someone's nature) :: inculcar
instill {v} (to pour in drop by drop) :: instilar
instinct {n} /ˈɪn.stɪŋkt/ (natural or inherent impulse or behaviour) :: instinto {m}
instinctive {adj} /ɪnˈstɪŋktɪv/ (related to or prompted by instinct) :: instintivo
instinctive {adj} (driven by impulse, spontaneous and without thinking) :: instintivo
instinctively {adv} (innately, by instinct, without being taught) :: instintivamente
institute {n} /ˈɪnstɪt(j)uːt/ (college) :: instituto {n}
institution {n} /ˌɪnstɪˈtuːʃən/ (established organisation) :: institución {f}
institutional {adj} (rudimentary) SEE: rudimentary ::
institutional {adj} /ˌɪnstɪˈtjuːʃənəl/ (of pertaining to or characteristic of an institution) :: institucional
institutional {adj} :: institucional
instruct {v} /ˌɪnˈstɹʌkt/ (teach, give instruction) :: instruir
instruction {n} /ɪnˈstɹʌkʃən/ (that which instructs, or with which one is instructed) :: instrucción
instructive {adj} /ɪnˈstɹʌktɪv/ (Conveying knowledge, information or instruction) :: informativo, instructivo
instructive case {n} (case used to indicate means) :: caso instructivo {m}
instructor {n} (one who instructs; a teacher) :: instructor {m}
instrument {n} /ˈɪnstɹʊmənt/ (musical device) :: instrumento {m}
instrument {n} (tool) :: instrumento {m}, herramienta {f}
instrument {n} (legal document) :: instrumento {m}
instrument {n} (person used as a mere tool) :: instrumento {m}
instrumental {adj} (music) :: instrumental
instrumental {adj} (pertaining to the instrumental case) :: instrumental
instrumental {n} (instrumental case) SEE: instrumental case ::
instrumental case {n} (case to express agency or means) :: caso instrumental {m}
instrumentalist {n} (one who plays a musical instrument) :: instrumentista {m} {f}
insubstantial {adj} :: hueco, insustancial, vacío
insubstantiality {n} (the state or quality of being insubstantial) :: oquedad {f} [of speech or talk]
insufficient {adj} (Not sufficient) :: insuficiente
insular {adj} /ˈɪnsəlɚ/ (of, pertaining to, or resembling an island or islands) :: insular {m} {f}
insular {adj} (situatedon an island) :: insular {m} {f}
insularism {n} (insular behavior) :: insularismo
insulation {n} /ˌɪnsəˈleɪʃən/ (The act of insulating) :: insolación {f}
insulation {n} :: aislamiento {m}
insulator {n} /ˈɪn.sjə.leɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (substance) :: aislante
insulin {n} /ˈɪnsəlɪn/ (polypeptide hormone) :: insulina {f}
insult {v} /ɪnˈsʌlt/ (to be rude) :: insultar
insult {n} (action or speech deliberately intended to be rude) :: insulto {m}, ofensa {f}, improperio
insult {n} (anything that causes offence/offense by being of an unacceptable quality) :: insulto {m}, ofensa {f}
insulting {adj} /ɪnˈsʌltɪŋ/ (containing insult, or having the intention of insulting) :: afrentoso
insultive {adj} (insulting) SEE: insulting ::
insurance {n} /ˈɪn.ʃə.ɹɨns/ (indemnity) :: seguro {m}
insurance {n} (business) :: seguro {m}
insurance company {n} (company that provides insurance policies) :: compañía de seguros {f}
insurance contract {n} (insurance policy) SEE: insurance policy ::
insurance policy {n} (document) :: póliza aseguradora {f}
insure {v} /ɪnˈʃʊɚ/ (to provide for compensation if some risk occurs) :: asegurar
insurgent {adj} /ɪnˈsəɹdʒənt/ (rebellious) :: insurgente
insurgent {n} (rebel) :: insurgente {m} {f}
insurmountable {adj} (incapable of being passed over) :: insalvable, insuperable {m} {f}
insurrection {n} (mutiny or rebellion) :: insurrección {f}
intact {adj} /ɪnˈtækt/ (untouched) :: intacto
intake {n} /ˈɪnteɪk/ (act of taking in) :: toma, ingestión
intake manifold {n} (part of an engine that supplies the fuel/air mixture to the cylinder) :: colector de admisión {m}
intangible {adj} /ɪnˈtændʒəbəl/ (incapable of being perceived) :: intangible
integer {n} /ˈɪn.tɨ.d͡ʒə(ɹ)/ (a number that is not a fraction) :: entero
integrable {adj} (able to be integrated) :: integrable
integral {n} /ˈɪntəɡɹəl/ (limit of sums) :: integral {f}
integral {n} (antiderivative) SEE: antiderivative ::
integral calculus {n} (calculus of areas and volumes) :: cálculo integral {m}
integral domain {n} (nonzero commutative ring in which the product of nonzero elements is nonzero) :: dominio de integridad {m}
integrand {n} (function that is to be integrated) :: integrando {m}
integrated {adj} (composed and coordinated to form a whole) :: integrado
integrated circuit {n} (thin chip) :: circuito integrado {m}
integration {n} (act or process of making whole or entire) :: integración {f}
integration {n} (process of fitting into a community) :: integración {f}
integration {n} (in mathematics) :: integración {f}
integrin {n} (protein functioning as receptor) :: integrina
integrity {n} /ɪnˈtɛɡɹəti/ (steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code) :: integridad
integument {n} /ɪnˈtɛɡ.jʊ.mənt/ (outer protective covering of body) :: integumento {m}
integumentary {adj} (relating to integuments) :: integumentario
intel {n} (intelligence) SEE: intelligence ::
intellect {n} /ˈɪntəlɛkt/ (The faculty of knowing and reasoning; understanding) :: intelecto {m}
intellectual {adj} (spiritual) SEE: spiritual ::
intellectual property {n} (product of someone's intellect) :: propiedad intelectual {f}
intelligence {n} /ɪnˈtɛl.ɪ.d͡ʒəns/ (capacity of mind) :: inteligencia {f}
intelligence agency {n} (governmental agency devoted to information gathering) :: servicio de inteligencia {m}
intelligence quotient {n} (IQ score) :: cociente de inteligencia
intelligent {adj} /ɪnˈtɛlɪd͡ʒənt/ (of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright) :: inteligente
intelligent {adj} (well thought-out, well considered) :: inteligente
intelligent {adj} (characterized by thoughtful interaction) :: inteligente
intelligent design {prop} (intelligent design / Intelligent Design) :: diseño inteligente {m}
intelligently {adv} (cleverly) :: inteligentemente
intelligentsia {n} /ɪntɛlɪˈd͡ʒɛntsɪə/ (intellectual élite) :: intelligentsia {f}, inteliguentsia {f}, inteligencia {f}
intelligibility {n} (intelligible) :: inteligibilidad {f}
intelligible {adj} /ɪnˈtɛlədʒəbl̩/ (capable of being understood) :: inteligible
intelligibly {adv} (in an intelligible manner) :: inteligiblemente
intempestivity {n} /ɪntɛmpɛˈstɪvɪtɪ/ (unseasonability; untimeliness) :: intempestividad
intend {v} /ɪnˈtɛnd/ (to fix the mind upon a goal) :: pretender, intentar
intend {v} (to be intent upon) :: intentar
intended {n} (fiancé) SEE: fiancé ::
intended {n} (fiancée) SEE: fiancée ::
intended {adj} /ɪnˈtɛndɪd/ (planned) :: planeado
intense {adj} /ɪnˈtɛns/ (strained; tightly drawn) :: intenso
intense {adj} (extreme in degree) :: intenso
intensely {adv} (in an intense manner) :: intensamente
intensely {adv} (to an intense degree) :: intensamente
intensify {v} (to render more intense) :: intensificar
intensity {n} /ɪnˈtɛnsɪti/ (quality of being intense) :: intensidad {f}
intensive {adj} /ɪnˈtɛnsɪv/ (thorough, to a great degree, with intensity) :: intensivo
intensive {adj} (demanding, requiring a great amount) :: intensivo
intensive {adj} (highly concentrated) :: intensivo
intensive {adj} (related to the need to manage life-threatening conditions by means of sophisticated life support and monitoring) :: intensivo
intensive care unit {n} (intensive care unit) SEE: ICU ::
intensively {adv} (in an intensive way) :: intensivamente
intent {n} /ɪnˈtɛnt/ (a purpose; something that is intended) :: intención {f}, intento {m}, propósito {m}
intent {adj} (firmly fixed or concentrated) :: concentrado
intention {v} (intend) SEE: intend ::
intention {n} /ɪnˈtɛnʃən/ (course intended to follow) :: intención {f}
intention {n} (the goal or purpose behind a specific action) :: intención {f}
intentional {adj} (intended or planned; done deliberately or voluntarily) :: intencional
intentionally {adv} (intentional manner, on purpose) :: intencionalmente
inter- {prefix} /ɪntɚ/ (among, between) :: inter-
inter {v} /ɪnˈtɝ/ (bury in a grave) :: enterrar
interact {v} /ɪntəɹˈækt/ (act upon each other) :: interactuar
interaction {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈækʃən/ (situation or occurrence in which two or more objects or events act upon one another) :: interacción {f}
interactive {adj} /ɪntɚˈæktɪv/ (acting with each other) :: interactivo
interactive {adj} (responding to the user) :: interactivo
interactivity {n} /ɪntəɹækˈtɪvɪti/ (quality of being interactive) :: interactividad {f}
inter alia {adv} (among other things) :: entre otros {m}
intercalary {adj} /ˌɪnt.ɚˈkæl.ɚ.i/ (of a time period, inserted between others) :: intercalado
intercardinal direction {n} (compass direction) :: punto colateral {m}
intercept {v} /ɪntɚˈsɛpt/ (to gain possession of) :: interceptar, interrumpir
intercession {n} (a prayer to God on behalf of another person) :: intercesión {f}
intercessor {n} /ˈɪntə(ɹ)ˌsɛsə(ɹ)/ (one who intercedes) :: intercesor {m}
interchange {n} /ˈɪntɚtʃeɪndʒ/ (act of interchanging) :: intercambio {m}, intercambios {p}
interchange {n} (rail transport: connection btw two or more lines, services or modes of transport) :: transbordo {m}, transbordos {p}
interchange {v} (to switch) :: intercambiar, reemplazar
interchange {v} (to swap) :: intercambiar, reemplazar
interchangeable {adj} /ɪntɚˈtʃeɪndʒəbl̩/ (freely substitutable) :: intercambiable
intercity {adj} (that connects cities one with another) :: interurbano
intercom {n} (an electronic communication system) :: intercomunicador {m}, citófono {m}
interconnection {n} (Connecting renewable-energy systems to the power grid) :: interconexión {f}
intercontinental {adj} (between two or more continents) :: intercontinental
intercostobrachial {adj} (of or relating to a group of intercostal nerves) :: intercostobraquial
intercourse {n} /ˈɪn.tɚˌkɔɹs/ (communication, conversation) :: conversación
intercourse {n} (sexual intercourse) :: coito {m}, acto sexual {m}, relación sexual
intercultural {adj} (between different cultures) :: intercultural
intercuneiform {adj} (between the cuneiform bones) :: intercuneiforme
interdependence {n} (being interdependent) :: interdependencia {f}
interdependent {adj} (Mutually dependent) :: interdependiente
interest {n} /ˈɪntəɹɪst/ (finance: price of credit) :: interés {m}
interest {n} (great attention and concern from someone) :: interés {m}
interest {n} (attention that is given to or received from someone or something) :: interés {m}
interest {n} (involvement in or link with financial, business, or other undertaking) :: interés {m}
interest {v} (to attract attention or concern) :: interesar
interested {adj} /ˈɪntɹəstɪd/ (having or showing interest) :: interesado
interestedly {adv} (in an interested manner) :: interesadamente
interest group {n} (advocacy group) SEE: advocacy group ::
interesting {adj} /ˈɪntəɹəstɪŋ/ (arousing or holding the attention) :: interesante
interestingly {adv} (in an interesting way) :: interesantemente
interest rate {n} (percentage of money charged for its use per some period) :: interés {m}, tasa de interés {f}
interface {n} /ˈɪntəfeɪs/ (point of interconnection between entities) :: interfaz {f}
interface {n} (chemistry, physics: thin layer or boundary between different substances, or phases of a single substance) :: interfase {f}
interface {n} (computing: point of interconnection between systems or subsystems) :: interfaz {f}
interface {n} (computing: connection between a user and a machine) :: interfaz {f}
interface {n} (computing, object-oriented: connection between parts of software) :: interfaz {f}
interface {n} (computing, object-oriented: piece of code defining a set of operations that other code must implement) :: interfaz {f}
interfere {v} /ˌɪntɚˈfɪɹ/ (be correlated with each other when overlapped or superposed) :: interferir
interfere {v} :: impedir
interference {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈfiɹɨns/ (intrusion into the scope of protection of a guaranteed right) :: injerencia {f}
interferometer {n} (instrument) :: interferómetro {m}
interferon {n} (any of a group of glycoproteins, that prevent viral replication in infected cells) :: interferón {m}
interfix {n} (an empty morph inserted between two morphemes) :: interfijo {m}
intergalactic {adj} (occurring between galaxies) :: intergaláctico
intergluteal cleft {n} (groove between the buttocks) SEE: gluteal cleft ::
interhemispheric {adj} (between hemispheres) :: interhemisférico
interim {adj} /ˈɪntəɹɪm/ (temporary) :: interino
interim {n} (a transitional or temporary period between other events) :: ínterin {m}
interior {adj} /ɪnˈtɪɹiɚ/ (having to do with the inner part of something) :: interior
interior {adj} (having to do with the inland parts of a country) :: interior
interior {n} (the inside of an enclosed structure) :: interior {m}
interior {n} :: interior {m}
interjection {n} /ˌɪn.tɚˈdʒɛk.ʃən/ (exclamation or filled pause in grammar) :: interjección {f}
interlace {v} /ˈin.tɚ.leɪs/ (to cross one with another) :: entrelazar
interlace {v} (to cross one another as if woven together) :: entrelazar
Interlaken {prop} (town) :: Interlaken {m}
interlanguage {n} (lingua franca) SEE: lingua franca ::
interlanguage {n} (creole) SEE: creole ::
interlanguage {n} (pidgin) SEE: pidgin ::
interleave {v} (to insert (pages, which are normally blank) between the pages of a book) :: interfoliar
Interlingua {prop} /ˈɪntə(ɹ)ˌlɪŋɡwə/ (interlanguage based on Romance languages) :: interlingua {f}
interlobular {adj} (between lobules) :: interlobular
interlocking {n} (arrangement of signal apparatus) :: trabazón
interloper {n} /ɪntəˈləʊpə/ (one who interferes) :: intruso, entremetido {m}
interlude {n} (entertainment between the acts of a play) :: interludio {m}
interlude {n} (short piece put between the parts of a longer composition) :: interludio {m}
intermarriage {n} (mixed marriage) SEE: mixed marriage ::
intermediary {n} (an agent acting as a mediator between sides that may disagree) :: intermediario
intermediate {adj} /ɪntə(ɹ)ˈmidi.ət/ (being between two extremes, or in the middle of a range) :: intermedio
intermediate {n} (an intermediary) :: intermediario {m}
intermediate {v} (to mediate, to be an intermediate) :: intermediar
interment {n} (The act of burying a dead body; burial) :: entierro {m}
intermesenteric {adj} (within the mesentery) :: intermesentérico
interminable {adj} /ɪnˈtɜː(ɹ).mɪn.ə.bəl/ (existing or occurring without interruption or end) :: interminable
interminate {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable ::
interminated {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable ::
intermingle {v} (to mix together) :: entreverar
intermingle {v} (to become mixed together) :: entremezclar
intermission {n} (break between performances or sessions) :: intermisión {f}, intermedio {m}
intermittent {adj} /ˌɪntɚˈmɪtn̩t/ (stopping and starting at intervals) :: intermitente
intermodal {adj} (Relating to more than one mode of transport) :: intermodal
intern {v} /ɪnˈtɝn/ (to work as an intern (intransitive)) :: pasante {m}
intern {n} /ˈɪntɝn/ (student or recent graduate who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field) :: pasante {m} {f}, practicante {m} {f}, persona en prácticas {f}, interno {m}, becario {m}
internal {adj} /ɪnˈtɝnəl/ (inside of something) :: interno {m}
internal {adj} (within the body) :: interno, interno
internal {adj} (concerned with the domestic affairs of a nation, state etc.) :: interior, interno
internal {adj} :: interno
internal combustion {n} (process where fuel is burned within an engine) :: combustión interna {f}
internal combustion engine {n} (a piston or a rotary heat engine) :: motor de combustión interna {m}
internally displaced person {n} (someone who is forced to flee home but remains within his or her country's borders) :: desplazado interno {m}
internal organ {n} (an organ that is entirely within the confines of the body) :: órgano interno {m}
internal refugee {n} (internally displaced person) SEE: internally displaced person ::
international {adj} /ˌɪntɚˈnæʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ (between, concerning, or transcending multiple nations) :: internacional
international airport {n} (airport that accepts international flights) :: aeropuerto internacional {m}
international auxiliary language {n} (language) :: lengua auxiliar internacional {f}
International Court of Justice {prop} (UN court) :: Corte Internacional de Justicia {m}
International Date Line {prop} (line on the Earth's surface) :: línea internacional de cambio de fecha {f}
Internationale {prop} (proletarian song) :: la Internacional {f}
internationalise {v} (to make international) SEE: internationalize ::
internationalism {n} (cooperation between nations) :: internacionalismo {m}
internationalist {adj} (about internationalism) :: internacionalista
internationalist {n} (advocate of internationalism) :: internacionalista {m} {f}
internationalization {n} /ɪntəˌnæʃ(ə)n(ə)ləˈzeɪʃən/ (conversion of something to make it international) :: internacionalización {f}
internationalization {n} (software: act of making something suitable for international markets) :: internacionalización
internationalize {v} (to make something international) :: internacionalizar
International Klein Blue {prop} (deep blue hue achieved through ultramarine pigment and a binder) :: Azul Klein {m}, International Klein Blue {m}
international law {n} (set of rules applied to the relations between nations) :: derecho internacional {m}
internationally {adv} (in an international manner) :: internacionalmente
International Monetary Fund {prop} (International Monetary Fund) :: Fondo Monetario Internacional {m}
international organisation {n} (organisation established by treaty) :: organismo internacional
International Phonetic Alphabet {prop} /ˌɪntɚˈnæʃ(ə)n(ə)l fəˈnɛtɪk ˈælfəˌbɛt/ (standardized symbols for speech) :: Alfabeto Fonético Internacional {m}
international relations {n} (study of relationships among countries) :: relaciones Internacionales
International System of Units {prop} (standard set of basic units of measurement) :: Sistema Internacional de Unidades {m}
International Telecommunication Union {prop} (United Nations agency) :: Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones {f}
internaut {n} (internaut) :: cibernauta {m} {f}
internet {n} (the Internet, largest global internet) SEE: Internet ::
Internet {prop} /ˈɪntɚˌnɛt/ (specific internet consisting of the global network of computers) :: Internet {mf}, Red {f}
Internet cafe {n} (place where one can use a computer with Internet) :: cibercafé {m}, café Internet {m}
Internet Protocol {n} (one of the computer networking protocols) :: protocolo de Internet {m}
Internet Protocol {n} :: protocolo de Internet {m}
internship {n} /ˈɪntɝnʃɪp/ (job taken by a student) :: pasantía {f}, práctica {f}, prácticas {p} {f}
interoperability {n} /ˌɪntəɹɒpəɹəˈbɪləti/ (military) :: interoperabilidad {f}
interoperability {n} (computing) :: interoperabilidad {f}
interosseous {adj} (between bones) :: interóseo
interpeduncular {adj} (between peduncules) :: interpeduncular
interpersonal {adj} (between persons) :: interpersonal
interplanetary {adj} (existing or occurring between between planets) :: interplanetario
interplea {n} :: petición {f}, autorización {f}
interpleader {n} :: peticionario {f}, solicitante {m}
interpolate {v} /ɪn.ˈtɜɹ.pə.ˌleɪt/ (to introduce something, such as words, between other things, such as other words) :: interpolar
interpolate {v} (to estimate the value of a function) :: interpolar
interpolation {n} (math, science: process of estimating the value of a function) :: interpolación {f}
interpose {v} /ˌɪn.təˈpəʊz/ (to insert something (or oneself) between other things) :: interponer, intercalar, mediar
interpose {v} (to interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a comment) :: interrumpir
interpose {v} (to intervene in a dispute, or in a conversation) :: interponerse, meterse en, lanzarse a la pelea
interpose {v} :: intercalado
interposition {n} (the act of interposing, or the state of being interposed) :: interposición {f}
interpret {v} /ɪnˈtɝ.pɹɪt/ (to explain or tell the meaning of) :: explicar, exponer, interpretar
interpret {v} (to apprehend and represent by means of art) :: interpretar
interpret {v} (to act as an interpreter) :: interpretar
interpretable {adj} (capable of being interpreted) :: interpretable
interpretation {n} /ɪntɚpɹəˈteɪʃən/ (act of interpreting) :: interpretación {f}
interpretation {n} (sense given by an interpreter) :: interpretación {f}
interpretation {n} (the discipline of translating a spoken language) :: interpretación {f}
interpretation {n} :: apreciación {f}
interpreter {n} /ɪnˈtəːpɹɪtə/ (one who interprets speech) :: intérprete {m} {f}, trujamán, truchimán
interpreter {n} (computer program) :: intérprete {m}
interpupillary {adj} (between the pupils of the eyes) :: interpupilar
interregional {adj} (Of, pertaining to, or connecting two or more regions) :: interregional
interregnum {n} /ˌɪntəɹˈɹɛɡnəm/ (period of time between the end of a sovereign's reign and the accession of another sovereign) :: interregno {m}
interrobang {n} /ɪnˈtɛ.ɹəʊˌbæŋ/ (the punctuation mark ‽) :: interrobang {m}, exclarrogativo {m}
interrogate {v} (to question or quiz) :: interrogar
interrogation {n} /ɪnˌteɹ.əˈɡeɪ.ʃən/ (act of interrogating or questioning) :: interrogatorio {m}
interrogation {n} (question put; an inquiry) :: interrogación {f}
interrogation {n} (point, mark, or sign) :: signo de interrogación {m}
interrogation mark {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark ::
interrogation point {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark ::
interrogative {n} /ˌɪn.təˈɹɒ.ɡə.tɪv/ (a word implying interrogation) :: interrogativo {m}
interrogatively {adv} (in an interrogative manner) :: interrogativamente
interrogative pronoun {n} (pronoun used in a question) :: pronombre interrogativo {m}
interrogator {n} (one who interrogates, a questioner) :: interrogador {m}
interrupt {v} /ˌɪntəˈɹʌpt/ (to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action) :: interrumpir
interrupt {n} (An event that causes a computer to temporarily cease) :: interrupción {f}
interrupter {n} (One who or that which interrupts) :: interrumpidor {m}
interrupter {n} (A device for opening and closing an electrical circuit) :: interruptor {m}
interruption {n} /ˌɪntəˈɹʌpʃən/ (the act of interrupting, or the state of being interrupted) :: interrupción {f}
intersect {v} /ɪntɚˈsɛkt/ (to cross each other; to cut each other) :: intersecar
intersection {n} /ˈɪntəɹˌsɛkʃən/ (junction of two or more paths, etc) :: cruce {m}
intersection {n} (in geometry) :: intersección {f}
intersection {n} (in set theory) :: intersección {f}
intersectionality {n} /ɪntəˌsɛkʃəˈnælɪti/ (sociological methodology) :: interseccionalidad {f}
intersex {n} (condition) SEE: intersexuality ::
intersex {n} /ˈɪntɚsɛks/ (individual) :: intersexual {m} {f}
intersex {adj} (having characteristics of both sexes) :: intersexual
intersexual {adj} (biology: having both male and female characteristics) :: intersexual
intersexuality {n} (the state of having physical features of both sexes) :: intersexualidad {f}
Interslavic {adj} /ˌɪntɚˈslɑːvɪk/ (between Slavs or Slavic nations) :: intereslavo
Interslavic {prop} (auxiliary Slavic language) :: intereslavo {m}
interspecific {adj} /ˌɪntəspəˈsɪfɪk/ (occurring among members of different species) :: interespecífico
intersperse {v} (to mix two things irregularly) :: intercalar, entremezclar, interspersar
intersperse {v} (to insert something into other things) :: intercalar, interspersar
interspersed {adj} (placed at intervals amongst other things) :: entreverado
interstate {adv} /ˈɪntɚˌsteɪt/ (of, or relating to two or more states) :: interestatal
interstate {n} (U.S. freeway) :: interestatal {f}
interstellar {adj} (between stars) :: interestelar
interstellar {adj} (among stars) :: interestelar
interstice {n} /ɪnˈtɚ.stɪs/ (small opening or space) :: intersticio {m}
interstice {n} :: intersticio {m}
interstitial {adj} /ɪntəɹˈstɪʃəl/ (of, relating to, or situated in an interstice) :: intersticial {m} {f}
interstitial {n} (interstitial discontinuity in a crystal) :: intersticial
intertextuality {n} (the idea that a given text is a response to what has already been written) :: intertextualidad {f}
interthalamic {adj} (between the two parts of the thalamus) :: intertalámico
intertidal {adj} (pertaining to shore between high and low tide mark) :: intermareal
intertubercular {adj} (between tubercles) :: intertubercular
intertwine {v} (To twine something together) :: entretejer, entrelazar
intertwine {v} (To become twined together) :: entretejerse, entrelazarse
interval {n} (intermission) SEE: intermission ::
interval {n} /ˈɪntɚvəl/ (period of time) :: intervalo {m}
interval {n} (sports:half time) SEE: half time ::
intervene {v} (to come between, or to be between, persons or things) :: intervenir
intervention {n} /ɪntɚˈvɛnʃən/ (act of intervening) :: intervención
intervention {n} (medical procedure) :: intervención
interventive {adj} /ɪntɚvɛntəv/ (intervening) :: intervencionista
interventricular {adj} (between the ventricles of the heart) :: interventricular
intervertebral {adj} (between the vertebrae) :: intervertebral
intervertebral disc {n} (disc between the vertebra in the spine) :: disco intervertebral {m}
interview {n} /ˈɪntɚvjuː/ (conversation with journalist etc.) :: entrevista {f}
interview {n} (a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant) :: entrevista {f}
interview {v} (to have an interview) :: entrevistar
interview {v} (To be interviewed) :: ser entrevistado
interviewee {n} (Someone being interviewed) :: entrevistado {m}, entrevistada {f}
interviewer {n} /ˈɪntɚvjuɚ/ (one who interviews) :: entrevistador {m}, entrevistadora {f}
intervillous space {n} (space between the placental villi) :: espacio intervelloso {m}
interwar {adj} (Relating to the time between two wars) :: periodo de entreguerras {f} [noun]
interweave {v} /ɪntəɹˈwiːv/ (to combine through weaving) :: entretejer, entrelazar
intestinal {adj} (relating to the intestines) :: intestinal
intestinal obstruction {n} (bowel obstruction) SEE: bowel obstruction ::
intestine {n} /ɪnˈtɛstɪn/ (alimentary canal) :: intestino {m}, tripa {f}
intestine {n} (subdivision of the alimentary canal) :: intestino, intestinos {m}
in the act {prep} (in the process of doing something) :: con las manos en la masa
in the blink of an eye {prep} (immediately, instantaneously) :: en un abrir y cerrar de ojos
in the closet {prep} /ɪn ðə ˈklɑzɪt/ (not open about one's sexuality) :: enclosetado {m}
in the dark {prep} (without information) :: en la inopia
in the end {prep} (eventually, finally) :: al fin, finalmente, a la postre
in the event {conj} (if) SEE: if ::
in the event of {prep} (in case of) SEE: in case of ::
in the first place {prep} /ɪn ðə ˈfɜːst pleɪs/ (to begin with) :: en primer lugar, para empezar
in the flesh {prep} (with one's own body and presence) :: en carne y hueso, en persona
in the future {prep} (at a future time) :: en el futuro, en lo sucesivo
in the future {prep} (from now on) SEE: from now on ::
in the know {prep} (informed, aware) :: informado, al loro [colloquial], en el ajo [colloquial], al tanto, en la pomada [colloquial]
in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king {proverb} (In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king) :: en el reino de los ciegos, el tuerto es el rey
in the least {prep} (at all) SEE: at all ::
in the light of {prep} (in light of) SEE: in light of ::
in the long run {prep} (eventually) :: a largo plazo, a la larga
in the long term {prep} (eventually) SEE: in the long run ::
in the making {prep} (in the process of being made) :: en proceso, en ciernes
in the meantime {prep} (meanwhile) SEE: meanwhile ::
in the nick of time {prep} (at the last possible moment) :: en el último momento
in the sticks {prep} (a long distance away from anywhere of importance) :: en el quinto pino
in the swim {prep} (actively participating in the flow of events) :: en la movida
in the twinkling of an eye {prep} (immediately, instantaneously) SEE: in the blink of an eye ::
in the wake of {prep} (following) :: como consecuencia de
in the wink of an eye {adv} (in the blink of an eye) SEE: in the blink of an eye ::
inthronization {n} (enthronement) SEE: enthronement ::
inthronize {v} (enthrone) SEE: enthrone ::
intifada {n} (intifada) :: intifada {f}
intimacy {n} /ˈɪn.tɪ.mə.si/ (feeling of closeness and openness towards someone else) :: intimidad
in time {prep} (at or before the time assigned) :: a tiempo
in time {prep} (sufficiently early (for something)) :: a tiempo
in time {prep} (as time passes) :: con el pasar del tiempo
in time {prep} (in rhythm) :: al compás
in time {prep} (at the same rhythm as (with someone/something)) :: al compás
in time {prep} ((music) in the correct tempo) :: al paso
intimidate {v} /ɪnˈtɪmɪdeɪt/ (to make timid or fearful) :: intimidar, amedrentar
intinction {n} (the act of steeping or soaking the bread in the wine) :: intinción {f}
into {prep} /ˈɪn.tu/ (producing, becoming) :: en
intolerable {adj} (not tolerable) :: intolerable
intolerably {adv} (in an intolerable manner) :: intolerablemente
intolerance {n} (the state of being intolerant) :: intolerancia {f}
intolerance {n} (extreme sensitivity to a food or drug; allergy) :: intolerancia {f}
intolerant {adj} (unable or indisposed to tolerate, endure or bear) :: intolerante
intolerant {adj} (not tolerant; close-minded about new or different ideas) :: intolerante
intonation {n} /ɪntɵˈneɪʃən/ (the rise and fall of the voice in speaking) :: entonación {f}
in total {prep} (including all aspects of something) :: en total
in toto {adv} (in total) :: por completo, íntegramente
in touch {prep} (in contact, or in communication) :: en contacto
intoxicate {v} (To stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol) :: intoxicar, emborrachar
intoxicated {adj} (stupefied by alcohol) :: borracho
intracellular {adj} (within a cell) :: intracelular
intractability {n} ((of people) the state of being intractable) :: intratable
intractability {n} ((of things) the state of being intractable) :: intratable
intractable {adj} (not tractable) :: inmanejable {m} {f}
intractable {adj} (stubborn) :: obstinado {m}
intractable {adj} (difficult to treat (of a medical condition)) :: intratable {m}
intraday {adj} (occurring during a single day) :: intradía
intrahepatic {adj} (within the liver) :: intrahepático
intranet {n} /ˈɪntɹəˌnɛt/ (private computer network that uses the protocols of the Internet) :: intranet {f}
intransigence {n} (intransigence) :: intransigencia {f}
in transition {prep} (transformation of gender) :: en transisión
intransitive {adj} /ɪnˈtɹænsətɪv/ (of a verb, not taking a direct object) :: intransitivo
intransitively {adv} (in an intransitive manner) :: intransitivamente
intransitive verb {n} /ɪnˌtɹænsətɪv ˈvɜːb/ (action verb not taking a direct object, see also: neuter) :: verbo intransitivo {m}
intraosseous {adj} :: intraóseo
intrasexual {adj} (intrasexual) :: intrasexual
intraspecific {adj} (Occurring among members of the same species) :: intraespecífico
intrathecal {adj} (delivered into the spinal canal) :: intratecal
intrauterine device {n} (contraceptive device) :: dispositivo intrauterino {m}
intravenous {adj} /ɪntɹəˈviːnəs/ (inside the veins) :: intravenoso, endovenoso
intravenous {n} (inside the veins) :: suero
intrepid {adj} /ɪnˈtɹɛpɪd/ (fearless) :: intrépido, denodado
intricate {adj} /ˈɪn.tɹɪ.kət/ (having a great deal of fine detail or complexity) :: intrincado {m}
intrigue {n} /ˈɪntɹiːɡ/ (plot or scheme) :: intriga {f}
intrigue {v} (to plan) :: intrigar
intrigue {v} (to arouse interest) :: intrigar
intriguing {adj} /ɪntɹiːɡɪŋ/ (causing a desire to know more) :: curioso, fascinante, intrigante
intrinsic {adj} /ɪn.ˈtɹɪn.zɪk/ (inherent) :: intrínseco
intrinsic {adj} (situated or produced inside an organ) :: intrínseco
intrinsically {adv} (in an intrinsic manner, internally, essentially) :: intrínsecamente
intro {n} /ˈɪntɹoʊ/ (short form of introduction) :: intro
introduce {v} /ˌɪntɹəˈduːs/ (to cause someone to be acquainted) :: presentar
introduce {v} (to and make something or someone known by formal announcement or recommendation) :: presentar
introduce {v} (to add something to a system, a mixture, or a container) :: introducir
introduce {v} (to bring into practice) :: introducir
introduction {n} /ɪntɹəˈdʌkʃən/ (act or process of introducing) :: introducción {f}
introduction {n} (initial section of a book or article which introduces subject material) :: introducción
introductory {adj} (introducing) :: introductorio
intron {n} /ˈɪntɹɒn/ (genetics: portion of a split gene that is included in pre-RNA transcripts but is removed during RNA processing) :: intrón
introspection {n} /ɪntɹəˈspɛkʃən/ (the act or process of self-examination) :: introspección
introspective {adj} /ɪntɹoʊˈspɛktɪv/ (examining one's own perceptions and sensory experiences) :: introspectivo
introspectively {adv} (in an introspective manner) :: introspectivamente
introvert {n} /ˈɪntɹəvɜː(ɹ)t/ (one who focuses primarily on their own mind, feelings, or affairs) :: introvertido {m}
introverted {adj} (psychology: Of or characteristic of an introvert) :: introvertido
intrude {v} /ɪnˈtɹuːd/ (to enter without welcome; to encroach) :: meterse
intruder {n} /ənˈtɹudɚ/ (someone who intrudes) :: intruso {m}, intrusa {f}
intrusion {n} /ɪnˈtɹuːʒən/ (forcible entry) :: intrusión {f}
intrusive {adj} /ɪnˈtɹuːsɪv/ (tending to intrude) :: intruso
intuit {v} /ɪnˈtjuɪt/ (to know intuitively) :: intuir
intuition {n} /ɪntuwˈɪʃɨn/ (immediate cognition without the use of rational processes) :: intuición {f}
intuition {n} (perceptive insight gained by the use of this faculty) :: intuición {f}
intuitive {adj} /ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪv/ (automatic, without requiring conscious thought) :: intuitivo
in two days {prep} (day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow ::
in two shakes {adv} (very quickly) :: en menos que canta un gallo
Inuktitut {prop} (language) :: inuktitut {m}, lenguas inuit {f-p}
inulin {n} (polysaccharide found in the roots and tubers of certain plants) :: inulina {f}
inundate {v} /ˈɪn.ən.deɪt/ (to cover with large amounts of water) :: inundar
inundate {v} (to overwhelm) :: inundar
inundation {n} (act of inundating) :: inundación {f}
inure {v} /ɪˈnjʊɹ/ (to cause to become accustomed to something unpleasant by prolonged exposure) :: acostumbrar, habituar, avezar
invade {v} /ɪnˈveɪd/ (to move into) :: invadir
invade {v} (to enter by force in order to conquer) :: invadir
invade {v} (to infest or overrun) :: invadir
invader {n} /ɪn.ˈveɪ.də(ɹ)/ (one who invades; an assailant; an encroacher; an intruder) :: invasor, invasora {f}
invaginate {v} (to fold up into a pouch-like structure) :: invaginar
invaginate {v} (to turn or fold inwardly) :: invaginarse
in vain {adv} (without success) :: en vano, en balde, inútilmente
in vain {adv} (disrespectful manner) :: a la ligera
invalidate {v} /ˌɪnˈvæl.ɪ.deɪt/ (to make invalid) :: invalidar
invaluable {adj} (of great value) :: invalorable
invariably {adv} (always) :: invariablemente
invasion {n} /ɪnˈveɪʒən/ (military action) :: invasión {f}
invasive {adj} /ɪnˈveɪsɪv/ (of a plant or animal) :: invasivo
invasive {adj} (in medicine) :: invasivo
invasive {adj} (intruding on one's privacy) :: invasivo
inveigle {v} /ɪnˈveɪ.ɡəl/ (convert, convince, or win over with flattery or wiles) :: engatusar
inveigle {v} (obtain through guile or cunning) :: timar
invent {v} /ɪnˈvɛnt/ (design a new process or mechanism) :: inventar
invent {v} (create something fictional) :: inventar
invent {v} :: inventar
invented {adj} (imaginary) SEE: imaginary ::
invented {adj} (fictional, made up) :: inventado
invention {n} /ɪnˈvɛnʃən/ (something invented) :: invención {f}, invento {m}
invention {n} (capacity to invent) :: invención {f}
inventive {adj} /ɪnˈvɛntɪv/ :: inventivo
inventor {n} (inventor) :: inventor {m}, inventora {f}, inventriz {f}
inventorize {v} (to make an inventory of) SEE: inventory ::
inventory {n} /ˈɪn.vənˌtɔ.ɹi/ (stock of an item on hand at a particular location or business) :: inventario {m}
inventory {n} (detailed list of all of the items on hand) :: inventario {m}
inventory {n} (process of producing or updating such a list) :: inventario {m}
inventory {v} (to take stock of the resources or items on hand; to produce an inventory) :: inventariar
inventress {n} (inventrix) SEE: inventrix ::
inventrix {n} /ɪnˈvɛntɹɪks/ (a female that invents) :: inventriz
Inverness {prop} (city in Scotland) :: Inverness
inverse {adj} /ɪnˈvɝs/ (opposite in effect or nature) :: inverso {m}
inverse {adj} ((mathematics) having the properties of an inverse) :: inverso {m}
inverse function {n} (function that reverses the mapping action of a given function) :: función recíproca {f}, función inversa {f}
inversely {adv} (in an inverse manner) :: inversamente
inverse matrix {n} (linear algebra) :: matriz inversa {f}
inversion {n} /ɪnˈvɝʒən/ (deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject, in questions with auxiliary verbs and for the purpose of emphasis) :: inversión {f}
invert {n} (homosexual) SEE: homosexual ::
invert {v} /ɪnˈvɝt/ (turn upside down or inside out) :: invertir
invertebrate {n} (animal without backbone) :: invertebrado {m}
invertebrate {adj} (lacking backbone) :: invertebrado
invertible {adj} ((mathematics) which has an inverse) :: invertible
invest {v} /ɪnˈvɛst/ (to commit resources in the hope of financial gain) :: invertir
invest {v} (to spend money, time, effort into sthg) :: invertir
invest {v} (to lay siege to) :: sitiar
invest {v} (to make investments) :: invertir
invest {v} (to clothe or wrap with garments) SEE: clothe ::
investigate {v} /ɪn.ˈves.tɪ.ɡeɪ̯t]/ (to inquire into, study) :: investigar, pesquisar
investigate {v} (to examine) :: examinar
investigation {n} /ɪnˌvɛstəˈɡeɪʃən/ (the act of investigating) :: investigación {f}
investigator {n} (one who investigates) :: investigador {m}, investigadora {f}
investment {n} (placement of capital in expectation of deriving income or profit from its use) :: inversión {f}
investment bank {n} (financial institution) :: banco de inversiones {m}
investment fund {n} (type of fund) :: fondo de inversión {m}
investor {n} (person who invests money in order to make a profit) :: [Latin America] inversionista {m}, [Argentina, Spain] inversor {m}
inveterate {adj} (malignant) SEE: malignant ::
inveterate {adj} /ɪnˈvɛtəɹɪt/ (whose habits are firmly established) :: empedernido {m}, incorregible
inveterated {adj} (no longer fresh) :: inveterado
in view of {prep} (considering) :: en vista de
invincibility {n} (state or quality of being invincible) :: invencibilidad {f}
invincible {adj} /ɪnˈvɪns.ɪbl̩/ (impossible to defeat, destroy or kill) :: invencible {m} {f}
invincible {n} (someone who cannot be defeated, destroyed or killed) :: invencible
in vino veritas {proverb} (in wine, there is truth) SEE: in wine, there is truth ::
inviolable {adj} /ɪnˈvaɪələbl̩/ (not violable; not to be infringed) :: inviolable
invisibility {n} (the state of being invisible) :: invisibilidad {f}
invisible {adj} /ɪnˈvɪzəb(ə)l/ (unable to be seen) :: invisible
Invisible Pink Unicorn {prop} (unicorn goddess) :: Unicornio rosa invisible
invisibly {adv} (in a way that can not be seen) :: invisiblemente
invitation {n} /ɪn.vɪˈteɪ.ʃən/ (act of inviting) :: invitación {f}
invitation {n} (document or spoken words conveying the message by which one is invited) :: invitación {f}
invite {v} /ɪnˈvaɪt/ (ask for the presence or participation of someone) :: invitar, convidar
invite {n} /ˈɪnvaɪt/ ((informal) invitation) :: invitación {f}
invite {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage ::
in vitro {adj} (adjective: in an artificial environment outside the living organism) :: in vitro
in vitro fertilization {n} ((medicine) the fertilization of an egg by sperm outside of a woman's body) :: fecundación in vitro {f}
invoice {n} /ˈɪnˌvɔɪs/ (bill) :: albarán {m}, factura {f}
invoice {v} (to bill) :: facturar
invoke {v} /ɪnˈvoʊk/ (conjure up by incantation) :: invocar
invoke {v} :: invocar
involucre {n} (conspicuous bract) :: involucro {m}
involuntarily {adv} (in an involuntary manner) :: involuntariamente
involuntary {adj} (without intention; unintentional) :: involuntario
involuntary {adj} (not voluntary or willing) :: involuntario
involve {v} /inˈvɒlv/ (To roll) :: envolver
involve {v} (To connect with something) :: envolverse con
involved {adj} (complicated) SEE: complicated ::
invulnerability {n} (The state of being invulnerable) :: invulnerabilidad {f}
invulnerable {adj} (incapable of being wounded) :: invulnerable
inward {adj} /ˈɪnwəd/ (on inside) :: interior
inward {adv} (toward the inside) :: adentro
inwards {adv} /ˈɪnwəɹdz/ (towards the inside) :: adentro
in wine, there is truth {proverb} (one tells the truth under the influence of alcohol) :: en el vino está la verdad
in your dreams {phrase} (in your dreams) :: ni en sueños
in-your-face {adj} (aggressively or blatantly confrontational) :: frentera {f}
Io {prop} /ˈaɪoʊ/ (mythology) :: Ío
Io {prop} (moon of Jupiter) :: Ío
iodate {n} (anion or salt) :: yodato {m}
iodide {n} (binary compound) :: yoduro {m}
iodine {n} /ˈaɪ.ədaɪn, -dɪn, -diːn/ (element) :: yodo {m}
iodize {v} (to treat with iodine) :: yodurar
ion {n} /ˈaɪ.ɑn/ (atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge) :: ion {m}, ión {m}
Ionian Islands {prop} (a group of islands in the Ionian Sea) :: Islas Jónicas
Ionian mode {n} (musical mode) :: modo jónico {m}
Ionian Sea {prop} (European sea) :: Mar Jónico
ionic {adj} /aɪˈɒnɪk/ (of, relating to, or containing ions) :: iónico
ionization {n} (any process that leads to dissociation) :: ionización {f}
ionize {v} (to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged species) :: ionizar
ionizing radiation {n} (high-energy radiation that is capable of causing ionization in substances) :: radiación ionizante {f}
ionosphere {n} (part of Earth's atmosphere) :: ionosfera {f}
iota {n} /aɪˈoʊtə/ (small quantity) :: poco
iotation {n} /aɪoʊˈteɪʃən/ (process occurring in Slavic languages or elsewhere) :: iotización {f}, yodización {f}
IOU {n} (informal promissory note that is not a negotiable instrument) :: pagaré {m}
Iowa {prop} /ˈaɪoʊwə/ (A state in Midwest in US) :: Iowa {f}
IPA {n} (International Phonetic Alphabet) :: AFI
IP address {n} (number assigned to each computer's network interface) :: dirección IP {f}
Iphigenia {prop} /ˌaɪfɪdʒɪˈnaɪə/ (Greek hero) :: Ifigenia
iPhone {n} (device) :: iPhone {m}
iPod {n} (device) :: iPod {m}
ipsative {adj} /ˈɪpsətɪv/ (denoting a measure that forces an individual to choose among multiple desirable options) :: ipsativo
ipso facto {adv} /ˈɪpsəʊ ˌfæktəʊ/ (By that fact) :: ipso facto
IQ {n} (abbreviation of intelligence quotient) :: CI {m} (Coeficiente Intelectual)
Iquitos {prop} (city) :: Iquitos
Iraklion {prop} (The capital city of Crete) :: Heraclión {f}
Iran {prop} /ɪˈɹɑːn/ (country in Western Asia) :: Irán {m}
Irani {adj} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian ::
Irani {n} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian ::
Iranian {n} /ɪˈɹeɪni.ən/ (person from Iran or of Iranian descent) :: iraní, iraniano {m}, iraniana {f}
Iranian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Iran, the people or Iranian languages) :: iraní
Iraq {prop} /ɪˈɹæk/ (country) :: Irak {m}
Iraqi {n} (person from Iraq) :: iraquí
Iraqi {adj} (from or pertaining to Iraq) :: iraquí
irascible {adj} /ɪˈɹæs.ɪ.bəl/ (prone to anger) :: irascible, colérico, mañoso [Latin America]
irate {adj} /aɪˈɹeɪt/ (extremely angry) :: encolerizado
ire {n} /aɪɹ/ (great anger) :: ira {f}
Ireland {prop} /ˈäɪɚɫɪ̈nd]/ (island) :: Irlanda {f}
Irene {prop} /aɪˈɹiːn/ (female given name) :: Irene {f}
iridescence {n} (The condition or state of being iridescent; exhibition of colors like those of the rainbow; a prismatic play of color) :: iridiscencia {f}
iridescent {adj} /ɪ.ɹɪˈdɛs.ənt/ (producing lustrous colors) :: iridiscente
iridescent {adj} (brilliant, lustrous, or colorful) :: iridiscente
iridium {n} /ɪˈrɪdiəm/ (chemical element) :: iridio {m}
iris {n} /ˈaɪɹɪs/ (plant of the genus Iris) :: lirio {m}
iris {n} (part of the eye) :: iris {m}
iris dilator muscle {n} (muscle) :: músculo dilatador del iris {m}
Irish {n} /ˈaɪɹɪʃ/ (the language) :: irlandés {m}
Irish {n} (the people) :: irlandeses {m-p}
Irish {adj} (pertaining to or originating from Ireland or the Irish people) :: irlandés
Irish {adj} (pertaining to the language) :: irlandés
Irish coffee {n} (coffee with a dash of whiskey, topped with whipped cream) :: café irlandés {m}
Irishman {n} (man from Ireland) :: irlandés {m}
Irish moss {n} (edible seaweed) :: musgo de Irlanda {m}
Irish Sea {prop} (a sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland) :: Mar Irlandés {m}
Irish setter {n} /ˈaɪɹɪʃ ˈsɛt.ə/ (a breed of gun dog) :: setter irlandés {m}
Irish Wolfhound {n} (Irish Wolfhound) :: lobero irlandés {m}
Irishwoman {n} (woman from Ireland) :: irlandesa {f}
iritis {n} (inflammation of the iris) :: iritis {f}
irk {v} /ɝk/ (to irritate; annoy; bother) :: fastidiar
irksome {adj} /ˈɚksəm/ (disagreeable or troublesome by reason of long continuance or repetition; bothersome; annoying; irritating; wearisome; tedious) :: fastidioso
Irkutsk {prop} /iɹˈkʊtsk/ (city in Siberia) :: Irkutsk {m}
iron {n} /ˈaɪɚn/ (element) :: hierro {m}
iron {n} (for pressing clothes) :: plancha {f}
iron {n} (type of golf club) :: hierro {m}
iron {adj} (made of iron) :: férreo
iron {v} (to pass an iron over clothing) :: planchar
iron {n} (shackles) SEE: shackles ::
Iron Age {prop} /ˈʌɪən eɪdʒ/ (archaeology) :: Edad del Hierro {f}
Iron Age {prop} :: Edad de Hierro {m}
ironclad {n} (armor-plated warship) :: nave acorazada, acorazado
Iron Curtain {prop} (the dividing line between western Europe and the Soviet controlled regions) :: Cortina de Hierro {f}, Telón de Acero {m}
iron fist {n} (ruthless control) :: mano dura {f}
ironic {adj} /aɪˈɹɒn.ɪk/ (characterized by irony) :: irónico
ironically {adv} (In an ironic manner) :: irónicamente
ironing {n} (act of pressing clothes with an iron) :: acción de planchar
ironing board {n} (a long board on which one can iron) :: mesa de planchar {f}, burro de planchar {m} [Mexico], planchador {m}
ironlike {adj} :: férreo
iron lung {n} (a pneumonic device for assisted breathing) :: pulmón de acero {m}, ventilador de presión negativa {m}
iron maiden {n} (torture device) :: doncella de hierro {f}
ironmonger {n} (retailer in iron goods and hardware) :: quinquillero {m}, ferretero {m}
iron ore {n} (ore containing iron) :: mineral de hierro {m}
iron out {v} (to remove with an iron) :: planchar
iron oxide {n} (compound) :: óxido de hierro {m}
ironsmith {n} (blacksmith) SEE: blacksmith ::
irony {n} /ˈaɪ.ɹə.ni/ (statement that may mean the opposite of what is written literally) :: ironía {f}
irony {n} (condition contrary to expectations) :: ironía {f}
Iroquois {n} (hairdo) SEE: Mohawk ::
irrational {adj} /ɪˈɹæʃ.(ə.)nəl/ (unfounded or nonsensical) :: irracional
irrationalism {n} (philosophical movement) :: irracionalismo {m}
irrationalist {n} (follower of irrationalism) :: irracionalista {m} {f}
irrationality {n} (want of reason) :: irracionalidad
irrationally {adv} (in an irrational manner) :: irracionalmente
irrational number {n} (real number that is not rational) :: número irracional {m}
Irrawaddy {prop} /ˈɪɹəˌwɑdi/ (river that flows through Burma) :: Irawadi
irreconcilable {adj} (unable to be reconciled; opposed; uncompromising) :: irreconciliable {m} {f}
irrecoverable {adj} (irremediable) SEE: irremediable ::
irredentism {n} /ɪɹɪˈdɛntɪzəm/ (an annexation doctrine) :: irredentismo {m}
irrefragable {adj} /ɪˈɹɛfɹəɡəb(ə)l/ (indisputable, clearly right) :: irrefragrable
irrefutable {adj} /ˌɪɹɪˈfjuːtəbl/ (undeniable, unable to be disproved) :: irrefutable
irregardless {adj} (irrespective, regardless) SEE: irrespective ::
irregular {adj} /ɪˈɹɛɡjəlɚ/ (non-standard) :: irregular
irregularity {n} (instance being irregular) :: irregularidad {f}
irregularity {n} (state or condition of being irregular) :: irregularidad {f}
irregularity {n} (object or event that is not regular) :: irregularidad {f}
irregularly {adv} /ɪˈɹɛɡjʊləli/ (in an irregular manner; without rule, method, or order) :: irregularmente
irregular verb {n} (verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation) :: verbo irregular {m}
irrelevance {n} (lack of relationship with the topic at hand, lack of importance) :: irrelevancia {f}
irrelevant {adj} (not related, not applicable, unimportant, not connected) :: irrelevante
irreligious {adj} /ˌɪɹɪˈlɪdʒəs/ (contrary to religious beliefs and practices) :: irreligioso
irreligious {adj} (rejecting religion consciously) :: irreligioso
irreligious {adj} (having no relation to religion) :: irreligioso
irremediable {adj} (unable to be remedied) :: irremediable
irremediably {adv} (in an irremediable way) :: irremediablemente
irreparable {adj} /ɪˈɹɛp(ə)ɹəbəl/ (that is unable to be repaired) :: irreparable
irreparably {adv} (such that it cannot be repaired) :: irreparablemente
irreplaceable {adj} (that cannot be replaced) :: irreemplazable, insustituible
irreplicable {adj} (incapable of being replicated) :: irreplicable
irrepressible {adj} (Not containable or controllable) :: irreprimible, irrefrenable
irresistible {adj} /ˌɪɹɪˈzɪstəbl̩/ (not able to be resisted) :: irresistible
irresistibly {adv} (in an irresistible manner) :: irresistiblemente
irresolute {adj} :: indeciso
irrespective {adj} (regardless) :: sin considerar, independiente de
irresponsibly {adv} /ˌɪ.ɹɪ.ˈspɒn.sə.bli/ (in an irresponsible manner) :: irresponsablemente
irreverent {adj} (lacking respect or seriousness) :: irreverente
irreverent {adj} (courageous, straightforward, having mass appeal, but likely to offend) :: irrespetuoso {m}
irreversible {adj} (incapable of being reversed) :: irreversible
irrevocable {adj} /ɪˈrɛvəkəb(ə)l/ (unable to be retracted or reversed) :: irrevocable
irrigate {v} /ˈɪɹəˌɡeɪt/ (to supply farmland with water) :: irrigar
irrigate {v} (to clean a wound with a fluid) :: irrigar
irrigation {n} /ˌɪɹəˈɡeɪʃən/ (The act or process of irrigating) :: riego {m}, irrigación {f}, hello
irritability {n} (state or quality of being irritable) :: irritabilidad {f}
irritable {adj} /ˈɪɹɪtəbl/ (capable of being irritated) :: irritable
irritable {adj} (easily exasperated or excited) :: irritable
irritable bowel syndrome {n} (functional disorder causing the nerves and muscles of the large intestine to be oversensitive) :: síndrome del intestino irritable {m}
irritating {adj} (causing irritation, annoyance or pain) :: irritante
irritation {n} (the act of irritating) :: irritación {f}
irruption {n} (action of irrupting) :: irrupción {f}
is {v} /ɪz/ :: es, está, hay [in existential sentences, when the subject is indefinite, verb-noun inversion also necessary]
IS {prop} (Islamic State, abbreviation, see also: Islamic State) :: EI {m}
Isaac {prop} /ˈaɪzək/ (son of Abraham and Sarah) :: Isaac {m}
Isaac {prop} (male given name) :: Isaac
Isabel {prop} /ˈɪzəbɛl/ (female given name) :: Isabel
Isabella {prop} (female given name) SEE: Isabel ::
Isaiah {prop} /aɪ.ˈzeɪ.ə/ (book of the Bible) :: Isaías
Isaiah {prop} (prophet) :: Isaías {m}
Isaiah {prop} (male given name) :: Isaías {m}
is anyone here a doctor {phrase} (is anyone here a doctor?) :: ¿hay aquí algún médico?
ISBN {n} (International Standard Book Number) :: Número Estándar Internacional de Libros {m}, Número Internacional Normalizado del Libro {m}
ischemia {n} /ɪˈskiːmi.ə/ (local anemia) :: isquemia {f}
ischemic {adj} /ɪˈskiːmɪk/ (characteristic of, or accompanied by ischemia) :: isquémico
Ischia {prop} (island) :: Isquia {f}
ischial tuberosity {n} (pelvic bone) :: tuberosidad isquiática {f}
ischiatic nerve {n} (sciatic nerve) SEE: sciatic nerve ::
ischio- {prefix} /ˌɪskɪəʊ/ (ischium) :: isquio-
ischiocavernosal {adj} (of or pertaining to the ischiocavernosus) :: isquiocavernoso
ischiopubic {adj} (of or pertaining to the ischium and pubis) :: isquiopubiano
ischium {n} /ˈɪskɪəm/ (the lowest of three bones of the pelvis) :: isquion {m}
-ise {suffix} (-ize) SEE: -ize ::
isentropic {adj} (having a constant entropy) :: isentrópico
Isernia {prop} (town) :: Isernia
Isfahan {prop} (city in Iran) :: Isfahán
-ish {suffix} /ɪʃ/ (appended to words) :: -ico, -iento
-ish {suffix} (appended to adjectives) :: -ento, -oso
-ish {suffix} (appended to roots denoting names of nations or regions) :: -és {m}, -esa {m}
Ishmael {prop} (eldest son of Abraham) :: Ismael {m}
Ishmael {prop} (male given name) :: Ismael {m}
Isidora {prop} (female given name) :: Isidora
Isidore {prop} (male given name) :: Isidoro, Isidro
isinglass {n} /ˈaɪzɪŋɡlɑːs/ (gelatine obtained from fish) :: cola de pescado {f}, colapez {f}
Isis {prop} /ˈaɪsəs/ (ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility) :: Isis {f}
Isis {prop} (asteroid) :: Isis {f}
is it going to rain {phrase} (is it going to rain) :: ¿va a llover?
is it just me {phrase} :: soy yo o
is it safe here {phrase} (is it safe here?) :: ¿es esto seguro?
Islam {prop} /ɪsˈlɑːm/ (religion) :: islamismo {m}, islam {m}
Islamic {adj} /ɪsˈlɑːmɪk/ (Adjectival form of Islam) :: islámico {m}
Islamic fundamentalism {n} (movement towards Islamic conservatism) :: fundamentalismo islámico {m}
Islamicize {v} (Islamize) SEE: Islamize ::
Islamic Republic of Iran {prop} (full, official name of Iran) :: República Islámica de Irán {f}
Islamic Republic of Pakistan {prop} (Islamic Republic of Pakistan) :: República Islámica del Pakistán {f}
Islamic State {prop} (jihadist group, see also: IS) :: Estado Islámico {m}
Islamic State {prop} (proclaimed caliphate) :: Estado Islámico {m}
Islamism {n} /ˈɪzləmɪz(ə)m/ (Islamic fundamentalism) :: islamismo {m}
Islamization {n} (the conversion of a society to Islam) :: islamización {f}
Islamize {v} (convert to Islam) :: islamizar
Islamize {v} (make conform to Islamic law) :: islamizar
Islamophobe {n} (a person who fears or hates Islam and Muslims) :: islamófobo {m}, islamófoba {f}, islamofóbico {m}, islamofóbica {f}
Islamophobia {n} (The fear or hatred of Islam or Muslims) :: islamofobia {f}
island {n} /ˈaɪ̯lənd/ (area of land completely surrounded by water) :: isla {f}
islander {n} /ˈaɪləndɚ/ (person who lives on an island) :: isleño {m}, isleña {f}
island state {n} (state consisting of one or more islands) :: estado insular {m}
isle {n} (isle) SEE: island ::
Isle of Man {prop} /aɪl əv mæn/ (island) :: la isla de Man {f}
Isle of Wight {prop} /ˈaɪ(ə)l əv ˌwaɪt/ (island and county off the south coast of England) :: Isla de Wight {f}
islet {n} /ˈaɪ.lət/ (small island) :: islote {m}, isleta {f}, mejana {f}
-ism {suffix} /ɪzəm/ (a principle, belief or movement) :: -ismo {m}
isn't {v} /ɪzɨnt/ (is not) :: no es
isn't it so {phrase} (isn't it so?) :: ¿no?
iso- {prefix} /aɪsoʊ-/ (equal) :: iso-
isoazimuthal {n} (locus of points on the earth's surface) :: isoazimutal línea {m}
isobutane {n} (a hydrocarbon: C4H10) :: metilpropano {m}, isobutano {m}
isochromosome {n} (abnormal chromosome) :: isocromosoma {m}
isoform {n} :: isoforma
isogloss {n} /ˈaɪsə(ʊ̆)ɡlɒs/ (line indicating geographical boundaries of a linguistic feature) :: isoglosa {f}
isogonic {adj} (having equal angles) :: isógono
isolate {v} /ˈaɪsəleɪt/ (transitive: to set apart or cut off from others) :: aislar
isolate {v} :: aislar
isolate {n} (something that has been isolated) :: aislante {m}
isolated {adj} (in isolation) :: aislado
isolation {n} /ˌaɪsəˈleɪʃən/ (state of being isolated) :: aislamiento {m}
isolation {n} (act of isolating) :: aislamiento {m}
isolationism {n} /ˌaɪsəˈleɪʃəˌnɪzəm/ (policy of non-interaction) :: aislacionismo {m}
isolationist {adj} (relating to, or supporting, isolationism) :: aislacionista
isolationist {n} (one who advocates or supports isolationism) :: aislacionista {m} {f}
isoleucine {n} /ˌaɪ.sə.ˈlu.siːn/ (essential amino acid; C6H13NO2) :: isoleucina {f}
isomer {n} /ˈaɪ.sə.mɚ/ (chemistry: compounds) :: isómero
isomere {n} (segment of a limb) :: isómero {m}
isometry {n} (A function) :: isometría {f}
isomorphic {adj} /ˌaɪ.soʊˈmɔɹ.fɪk/ ((mathematics) related by an isomorphism) :: isomorfo
isomorphism {n} (the similarity in form of organisms of different ancestry) :: isomorfismo {m}
isomorphism {n} (bidirectionally structure-preserving bijection) :: isomorfismo {m}
isoniazid {n} (medication) :: isoniacida {f}, isoniazida {f}
isopod {n} (crustacean of the order Isopoda) :: isópodo {m}
isoprene {n} (isoprene) :: isopreno {m}
isopropoxide {n} (univalent anion) :: isopropóxido {m}
isosceles {adj} (having two sides of equal length, used especially of an isosceles triangle) :: isósceles
isotone {n} (Any of a number of nuclides of different elements) :: isótono {m}
isotonic {adj} (having the same osmotic pressure) :: isotónico
isotope {n} /ˈaɪ.sə.toʊp/ (atoms of the same element having a different number of neutrons) :: isótopo {m}
isotropic {adj} (having properties which are equivalent in all directions) :: isotrópico
Israel {prop} /ˈɪzɹeɪəl/ (the state) :: Israel {m}
Israel {prop} (Biblical: name given to Jacob) :: Israel {m}
Israeli {n} /ɪzˈɹeɪli/ (person from Israel or of Israeli descent) :: israelí {m} {f}
Israeli {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Israel, the Israeli people) :: israelí
Israelite {n} /ˈɪzɹi.əlˌaɪt/ (native or inhabitant of Israel) :: israelita {m} {f}
Israelite {adj} (of or pertaining to the ancient nation(s) of Israel, their inhabitants, or to the descendants of the patriarch Jacob) :: israelita {m} {f}
Issachar {prop} (ninth son of Jacob) :: Isacar, Issachâr
ISSN {n} (International Standard Serial Number) :: Número Internacional Normalizado de Publicaciones Seriadas {m}
issue {n} /ˈɪʃ(j)uː/ (act of flowing out) :: flujo
issue {n} (act of sending out) :: emisión, envío
issue {n} (something flowing or sent out) :: emisión, envío
issue {n} (legal term for offspring) :: herederos, descendencia, progenie
issue {n} (contested point in a dispute or debate) :: cuestión {f}
issue {n} (problem or concern) :: problema, preocupación
issue {v} (to flow out; to proceed from) :: emitir; proceder, crecer, recibir, lucrar, natar
issue {v} (to extend into) :: extender
issue {v} (to turn out) :: resultar
issue {v} (to deliver for use) :: entregar
issue {v} (to deliver by authority) :: entregar
-ist {suffix} /-ɪst/ (One who follows a particular ideology, doctrine, belief system or theory) :: -ista {m} {f}
-ist {suffix} (A person who uses something) :: -isto {m}, -ista {f}
-ista {suffix} (follower) SEE: -ist ::
Istanbul {prop} (largest city of Turkey and last capital of Ottoman Empire) :: Estambul {m}
Istanbulite {n} (person from Istanbul) :: estambulita
is there any problem {phrase} (is there any problem?) :: ¿algún problema?
isthmus {n} /ˈɪs.məs/ (narrow strip of land) :: istmo {m}
Isthmus Zapotec {prop} (variety of Zapotec spoken in Oaxaca) :: zapoteco del Istmo
Istria {prop} (peninsula in the Adriatic) :: Istria
Istro-Romanian {prop} (language) :: idioma istrorrumano {m}, istrorrumano {m}
it {pron} /ɪt/ (subject — inanimate thing) :: ello, él, ella, eso, lo (often not translated)
it {pron} (object) :: le, la, lo, ello, eso
it {pron} (subject of impersonal statement) :: Not used in Spanish
it {pron} (impersonal pronoun, used without referent) :: Not used in Spanish
it {pron} (impersonal pronoun, used as a placeholder) :: Not used in Spanish
IT {initialism} (information technology) SEE: information technology ::
Italian {adj} /ɪˈtæljən/ (of or pertaining to Italy) :: italiano
Italian {n} (inhabitant of Italy) :: italiano {m}, italiana {f}
Italian {n} (language) :: italiano {m}
Italian honeysuckle {n} (Lonicera caprifolium) :: madreselva de los jardines {f}
Italianism {n} :: italianismo {m}
Italianization {prop} /ɪˌtæljənaɪˈzeɪʃən/ (process of forced assimilation into the Italian culture) :: italianización {f}
Italianize {v} /ɪˈtæljəˌnaɪz/ (transitive) :: italianizar
Italianize {v} (intransitive) :: italianizarse
Italianness {n} (quality of being Italian) :: italianidad {f}
Italian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula) :: península Apenina {f}
Italian Republic {prop} (official name of Italy) :: República Italiana {f}
italic {adj} /ɪˈtælɪk/ (having a slant to the right) :: cursivo
italic {n} (typeface whose letters slant to the right) :: cursiva {f}, itálica {f}, letra bastardilla {f}
Italic {adj} (of or relating to the Italian peninsula) :: itálico {m}
italics {n} (italic) SEE: italic ::
Italo- {prefix} (relating to Italy or Italian) :: italo-
Italophile {n} :: italianófilo {m}, italianófila {f}
italophone {adj} (Italian-speaking) :: italófono
italophone {n} (Italian speaker) :: italófono {m}, italófona {f}, italohablante {m} {f}, italoparlante {m} {f}
Italy {prop} /ˈɪtəli/ (European country) :: Italia {f}
it can't be helped {phrase} (it is inevitable) :: no hay más remedio
itch {n} /ɪt͡ʃ/ (a sensation felt on an area of the skin that causes a person or animal to want to scratch) :: picazón {f}, escozor {m}, picor {m}, comezón {m}, prurito [medicine]
itch {n} (a desire) :: prurito {m}
itch {v} (to feel the need to scratch) :: picar
it depends {phrase} (it depends) :: depende
it doesn't matter {phrase} (it doesn't matter) :: no importa, da igual, no pasa nada
-ite {suffix} /-aɪt/ (a follower or adherent of a specified person) :: -ita
-ite {suffix} (part of the body or part of an organ of the body) :: -ita
-ite {suffix} (used to form names of minerals and rocks) :: -ita [minerals], -ito [rocks]
-ite {suffix} (a native or resident of a specified place) :: -ita
-ite {suffix} (a salt or ester of an acid whose name ends in -ous) :: -ito
I tell a lie {phrase} (I am mistaken) :: miento
item {n} /ˈaɪ̯ɾəm]/ (distinct physical object) :: ítem
itemize {v} (to state in items) :: especificar, desglosar, pormenorizar
item of clothing {n} (garment) SEE: garment ::
iterative {adj} /ˈɪtəɹətɪv/ (of a procedure that involves repetition) :: iterativo
iterative {adj} ((grammar) frequentative) :: iterativo
iterative aspect {n} (subclass of imperfective verbs) :: frecuentativo {m}
Ithaca {prop} /ˈɪθəkə/ (island) :: Ítaca {f}
I think so {phrase} (I think so) :: creo que sí, pienso que sí
I think therefore I am {phrase} (philosophical proof of existence) :: pienso, luego existo, pienso, por lo tanto, existo
ithyphallic {adj} (of or pertaining to the erect phallus) :: itifálico {m}
itinerant worker {n} (worker moving from one temporary job to another) :: itinerante {m} {f}, trabajador migratorio {m}
itinerary {n} (route or proposed route of a journey) :: itinerario
-itis {suffix} /-ˈaɪtɪs/ (suffix denoting diseases characterized by inflammation) :: -itis {f}
-itis {suffix} (suffix denoting fictitious afflictions or diseases) :: -itis {f}
it never rains but it pours {proverb} (unfortunate events occur in quantity) :: las desgracias nunca vienen solas (misfortunes never come alone), cuando llueve, diluvia (when it rains, it pours), llueve sobre mojado (it rains on the wet), si no quieres caldo, taza y media (if you do not want broth, a bowl and a half), llueve sobre mojado, a perro flaco, todo son pulgas
I told you so {phrase} (told you so!) :: ya te lo dije
it's {contraction} /ɪts/ (it is) :: es
it's {contraction} (it has) :: ha
its {determiner} /ɪts/ (belonging to it) :: su {s}, sus {p}
its {pron} (that which belongs to it) :: suyo
it's about time {interj} /ɪts əˈbaʊt taɪm/ (expression of impatience) :: ya va siendo hora
it's all good {phrase} (used to express unconcern) SEE: no worries ::
it's all Greek to me {phrase} /ɪts ˌɔːl ˈɡɹiːk tə ˌmiː/ (I don't understand any of this) :: me suena a chino (sounds like Chinese to me), esto es chino para mí (this is Chinese for me), esto está como en chino (this stands like Chinese), no entiendo ni jota (I don't understand even one J), no entiendo ni papa (I don't understand even one potato)
it's an emergency {phrase} (it's an emergency) :: es una emergencia
it's a pleasure {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome ::
it's a small world {phrase} (phrase used when meeting an acquaintance or personal connection in an unexpected place or context) :: el mundo es un pañuelo
it's cold outside {phrase} (it's cold outside (weather)) :: afuera hace frío
itself {pron} /ɪtˈsɛlf/ ((reflexive) it) :: se, solo, a si mismo, por si mismo
itself {pron} ((emphatic) it) :: sí mismo, mismo
it's not what you know but who you know {proverb} :: quien a buen árbol se arrima, buena sombra le cobija
it's not you, it's me {phrase} (phrase) :: no eres tú, soy yo
it's raining {phrase} (it's raining) :: está lloviendo
it's too expensive {phrase} (it's too expensive) :: es demasiado caro
-itude {suffix} (suffix) :: -itud {f}
it was delicious {phrase} (phrase said to compliment a meal after eating it) :: fue delicioso, estuvo delicioso
-ity {suffix} /ɪti]/ (Used to form nouns from adjectives.) :: -idad {f}, -edad {f}, -dad {f}
Itzcoatl {prop} (the name of the 4th ruler of Tenochtitlan) :: Itzcóatl
IUD {n} (intrauterine device) :: DIU {m}
Ivan {prop} /ˈaɪ.vən/ (male given name) :: Iván {m}
Ivanovich {prop} (patronymic) :: Ivánovich {m}
Ivanovo {prop} (city in Russia) :: Ivánovo {m}
-ive {suffix} /ɪv/ (adjectival suffix: of the nature of; tending to) :: -ivo {m}, -iva {f}
I've {contraction} /aɪv/ (I have) :: yo tengo
I've been raped {phrase} (I've been raped) :: me han violado
I've been robbed {phrase} (I've been robbed) :: me han robado
I've been shot {phrase} (I've been shot) :: me han disparado, me dieron un balazo, me pegaron un tiro
I've burned myself {phrase} (I've burned myself) :: me quemé, me he quemado
I've lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys) SEE: I lost my keys ::
Ivorian {n} (a person from Côte d'Ivoire or of Ivorian descent) :: marfileño {m}, marfileña {f}
Ivorian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Côte d'Ivoire) :: marfileño
ivory {n} /ˈaɪvəɹi/ (material) :: marfil {m}
ivory {n} (colour) :: ebúrneo
ivory {adj} (made of ivory) :: de marfil
Ivory Coast {prop} (Côte d'Ivoire) SEE: Côte d'Ivoire ::
ivory tower {n} /ˈaɪvəɹi ˈtaʊɚ/ (overly-academic perspective) :: torre de marfil {f}
ivy {n} /ˈaɪvi/ (plant) :: hiedra {f}
I want to go to the toilet {phrase} (I want to go to the toilet) :: quiero ir al baño
I want to know {phrase} (I want to know) :: quiero saber
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (year)) :: yo nací en ..., nací en ...
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (place name)) :: yo nací en ..., nací en ...
I wish {phrase} (I would very much like that to be so) :: ojalá, si, si tan solo, si tan siquiera
Iwo Jima {prop} (an island in Japan) :: Iōtō
Ixion {prop} (king of Lapiths) :: Ixión
Ixion {prop} (a Kuiper Belt object) :: Ixión
-ization {suffix} (act, process, or result of doing something) :: -ización
-ize {suffix} (suffix used to form verbs) :: -izar
Izhevsk {prop} (capital of Udmurtia) :: Izhevsk {m}