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Kaaba {prop} /ˈkɑːəbə/ (cubical stone building in Mecca) :: Kaaba {f}
Kabballah {prop} (body of teachings) :: cabala {f}
Kabul {prop} /ˈkɑːbl̩/ (capital of Afghanistan) :: Kabul {m}
Kabyle {prop} (language) :: cabilio {m}
Kafkaesque {adj} /ˌkɑfkəˈɛsk/ (marked by menacing complexity) :: kafkiano {m}, kafkiana {f}
Kagoshima {prop} (city) :: Kagoshima
Kagoshima {prop} (prefecture) :: Kagoshima
Kahlúa {prop} /kəˈluːə/ (liqueur) :: Kahlúa
kainic {adj} (of or pertaining to kainic acid) :: kaínico
Kaiser {n} /ˈkaɪzɚ/ (German Emperor) :: káiser {m}
kakistocracy {n} /kakɪsˈtɒkɹəsɪ/ (government by the worst citizens) :: kakistocracia {f}
kakke {n} (beriberi) SEE: beriberi ::
Kalash {n} (Kalash (people)) :: Kalash Kalās Kalasha
kale {n} /keɪl/ (edible plant: brassica oleracea acephala) :: col rizada {f}
kaleidoscope {n} (tube of mirrors rotated to produce symmetrical designs) :: caleidoscopio {m}
kaleidoscope {n} (constantly changing set) :: caleidoscopio
Kali {prop} /ˈkɑːli/ (goddess) :: Kali
Kaliningrad {prop} /kəˈlɪnɪnɡɹæd/ (Kaliningrad, see also: Königsberg) :: Kaliningrado {m}
Kalmyk {adj} (of, or pertaining to, Kalmykia) :: calmuco
Kalmyk {n} (person) :: calmuco {m}, calmuca {f}
Kalmyk {prop} (language) :: idioma calmuco {m}
Kalmykia {prop} (Kalmykia, Russia) :: Kalmukia {f}
Kaluga {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kaluga
kamacite {n} (mineral) :: kamacita {f}
Kamchatka {prop} (peninsula in the Russian Far East) :: Kamchatka {f}
kamikaze {n} /ˌkæmɪˈkɑːzi/ (suicidal attack) :: kamikaze {m} {f}
kamikaze {n} (suicidal attacker) :: kamikaze {m}
Kampala {prop} /kæmˈpɑːlə/ (capital of Uganda) :: Kampala
kana {n} /ˈkɑːnə/ (Japanese syllabaries) :: kana {m}
Kanagawa {prop} (Kanagawa, Japan) :: Kanagawa
kanamycin {n} (antibiotic) :: kanamicina {f}
kangaroo {n} /ˌkæŋ.ɡəˈɹu/ (marsupial) :: canguro {m}
kanji {n} /ˈkændʒi/ (Chinese characters in Japanese context) :: carácter japonés {m}
Kanji {prop} (kanji) SEE: kanji ::
Kannada {prop} /ˈkɑːnədə/ (language) :: idioma canarés
Kansas {prop} /ˈkæn.zəs/ (US state) :: Kansas {m}
Kansas City {prop} /ˌkænzəˈsɪti/ (a large city straddling the border between Kansas and Missouri, USA) :: Kansas City
Kantian {adj} (of, pertaining to, or resembling the philosophical views of Immanuel Kant) :: kantiano
Kantian {n} (person who subscribes to philosophical views associated with Immanuel Kant) :: kantiano {m}
Kaohsiung {prop} /ˈkaʊ ˈʃjʊŋ/ (a large city in Taiwan) :: Kaohsiung
kaolin {n} /ˈkeɪ.ə.lɪn/ (clay) :: caolín {m}
Kapampangan {prop} (language) :: pampango {m}
kapok {n} /ˈkeɪpɒk/ (silky fiber from the silk-cotton tree) :: capoc {m}
kappa {n} /ˈkæpə/ (Greek letter) :: kappa {f}
Kaqchikel {prop} (Mayan language) :: kakchikel {m}, kaqchikel {m}, cakchiquel {m}
Karachi {prop} (the capital of the province of Sindh, Pakistan) :: Karachi
Karafuto {prop} (Sakhalin) SEE: Sakhalin ::
Karaj {prop} (city) :: Karaj
Karakalpak {prop} (Karakalpak language) :: karakalpako {m}, idioma karakalpako {m}
karaoke {n} /ˌkæ.ɹiˈoʊ.ki/ (a form of entertainment) :: karaoke {m}
karaoke machine {n} (machine) :: máquina de karaoke {f}
Karelia {prop} /kəˈɹiːlɪə/ (region in Russia and Finland) :: Carelia {f}, Karelia {f}
Karelia {prop} (autonomous republic of Russia) :: República de Carelia {f}, Carelia {f}
Karelian {prop} (the language) :: carelio {m}
Karkin {prop} (division of Ohlone people) :: los carquines
Karkin {prop} (spoken language) :: los carquines
Karl {prop} (cognates) SEE: Charles ::
karma {n} /ˈkɑɹ.mə]/ (the total effect of a person’s actions and conduct during the successive phases of his existence) :: karma {m}
karma {n} (destiny, fate) :: karma {m}
karma {n} :: karma {m}
karmic {adj} /ˈkɑɹmɪk/ (of or pertaining to karma) :: kármico
Karnataka {prop} /kəɹˈnɑːtəkə/ (state in southern India) :: Karnataka
karst {n} /kɑɹst/ (type of land formation) :: karst {m}, malpaís {m}
Kartvelian {n} (Georgian) SEE: Georgian ::
Kartvelian {prop} (Georgian) SEE: Georgian ::
Kartvelian {adj} (Georgian) SEE: Georgian ::
karyogram {n} (a graphical representation of a karyotype) :: cariograma {f}
Kashgar {prop} (city) :: Kashgar {m}, Kashi {m}
Kashi {prop} (Kashgar) SEE: Kashgar ::
Kashmir {prop} /ˈkæʃ.miɹ/ (region) :: Cachemira {f}
Kashmiri {n} /kæʃˈmiɹi/ (person) :: cachemir {m}, cachemiro {m}
Kashmiri {prop} (language) :: cachemir {m}, cachemiro {m}
Kashmiri {adj} (related to Kashmir) :: cachemir, cachemiro
Kashub {prop} (language) SEE: Kashubian ::
Kashubian {adj} /kəˈʃuːbɪən/ (of the Kashubian people and their language) :: casubio
Kashubian {prop} (Slavic language spoken in the Pomeranian region of Poland) :: casubio
Kasimovian {prop} (subdivision of the Carboniferous period) :: Kasimoviense
kasseri {n} (cheese) :: kasseri
katabasis {n} /kəˈtæbəsɪs/ (journey downwards) :: catábasis {f}
katana {n} /kəˈtɑnə/ (a type of Japanese longsword) :: catana {f}, catán {m}, katana {f}
Katharevousa {prop} /ˌkɑθəˈɹɛvusɑ/ (purist variant of Modern Greek) :: katharévousa {f}, kazarévusa {f}, cazarévusa {f}
Kathleen {prop} (Catherine) SEE: Catherine ::
Kathmandu {prop} /ˌkatmanˈduː/ (Kathmandu) :: Katmandú {m}
Katowice {prop} (city in Poland) :: Katowice
Kaunas {prop} (city) :: Kaunas {m}
Kavala {prop} (city) :: Kavala, Kavalla, Kavála
kawaii {adj} /kəˈwaɪi/ (cute, in the context of Japanese culture) :: kawaii
kawaii {n} (cuteness, in the context of Japanese culture) SEE: kawaiiness ::
kawaiiness {n} (cuteness, in the context of Japanese culture) :: kawaidad {f}
kay {n} (name of the letter K, k) :: ka {f}
kayak {n} /ˈkaɪˌæk/ (a type of small boat) :: kayak {m}, kayac {m}, cayac {m}
Kazakh {n} /ˈkæzæk/ (a person of Kazakh descent) :: kazajo {m}
Kazakh {adj} (pertaining to the Kazakh people or the Kazakh language) :: kazajo {m}
Kazakhstan {prop} /ˈkɑzəkˌstæn/ (country in Central Asia) :: Kazajistán {m}, Kazajstán
Kazakhstani {n} (person of Kazakh origin) SEE: Kazakh ::
Kazakhstani {adj} (of or pertaining to the Kazakh people or the Kazakh language) SEE: Kazakh ::
Kazan {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kazán {m}
K-drama {n} (Korean TV drama) :: drama coreano {m}
kebab {n} /kɪˈbɑb/ (kebab) :: kebab {m}
Kebnekaise {prop} /ˈkɛbnəˌkaisə]/ (Sweden's highest mountain) :: Kebnekaise
keel {n} /kiːl/ (beam along the underside of a ship’s hull) :: quilla {f}
keel {n} (rigid flat piece of material giving a ship greater control and stability) :: quilla {f}
keel over {v} (to die) SEE: die ::
keel over {v} /ˈkiːl ˈəʊvə(ɹ)/ (of a vessel: to roll so far on its side that it cannot recover, see also: capsize) :: zozobrar, volcar
keelson {n} (keel beam) :: sobrequilla {f}
keen {adj} /kiːn/ (showing a quick and ardent responsiveness or willingness) :: entusiasta {m}, ardoroso {m}, fijo
keen {adj} (fierce, intense, vehement) :: vehemente {m} {f}, voraz
keen {adj} (of cold, wind, etc.: cutting, penetrating) :: cortante
keep {v} /kiːp/ (to maintain possession of) :: guardar
keep {v} (to maintain the condition of; to preserve) :: guardar, mantener
keep {v} (to remain in, to be confined to) :: permanecer
keep {v} (to continue) :: seguir, continuar
keep {v} (of livestock: to raise; to care for) :: criar
keep {v} (supply with necessities and financially support a person) :: mantener
keep {n} (main tower) :: torre del homenaje {f}
keep an eye on {v} (to watch and pay attention to) :: vigilar, estar pendiente
keep company {v} (court) SEE: court ::
keeper {n} /ˈkiːpɚ/ (person who keeps something) :: guardián {m}
keeper {n} (guard, custodian) :: guardián, custodio {m}
keep in mind {v} (to remember; to be mindful of or pay attention) SEE: bear in mind ::
keep on {v} (persist or continue) :: seguir
keep on {v} (remain in position) :: quedar, quedarse
keep pace {v} (keep up) SEE: keep up ::
keep quiet {v} (remain silent) :: callar
keepsake {n} /ˈkiːp.seɪk/ (object retained in memory of something or someone) :: recuerdo {m}
keep someone in the dark {v} (to keep someone uninformed) :: ocultar
keep someone posted {v} (inform of latest developments) :: mantener informado
keep the change {phrase} (instruction to keep the change) :: quédese con el cambio
keep track {v} (monitor) :: llevar un registro
keep up {v} (maintain, preserve) :: mantener, conservar
keep up {v} (continue with) :: continuar
keep up {v} (To stay even or ahead) :: seguir, mantener el ritmo, ir al paso
keep up appearances {v} (pretend to be all right) :: mantener las apariencias
keep up with {v} (manage to remain beside or just behind) :: seguir, ir al paso
keffiyeh {n} (cloth worn on head) :: kufiyya {f}, palestina {f}, pañuelo palestino {m}
kefir {n} (fermented milk) :: kéfir {m}
keg {n} /kɛɡ/ (round wooden container that has a flat top and bottom) :: barril {m}
kelp {n} /kɛlp/ (large seaweed of order Laminariales) :: quelpo {m}
kelt {n} (recently spawned Atlantic salmon) :: salmón zancado {m}
kelvin {n} /ˈkɛlvən/ (SI temperature unit) :: kelvin {m}
Kemalism {prop} (Kemalist ideology) :: kemalismo {m}
Kemerovo {prop} (city in Siberia) :: Kémerovo {m}
ken {v} /kɛn/ (to know, perceive or understand) :: conocer
kennel {n} /ˈkɛnəl/ (shelter) :: perrera {f}
Kent {prop} /kɛnt/ (the English maritime county) :: Kent {m}
Kentucky {prop} /kənˈtʌki/ (US state) :: Kentucky {m}
Kentucky coffeetree {n} (tree) :: raigón del Canadá
Kenya {prop} /ˈkɛnjə/ (country in Eastern Africa) :: Kenia {f}
Kenyan {n} (A person from Kenya or of Kenyan descent) :: keniano {m}
Kenyan {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Kenya or the Kenyan people) :: keniano {m}
kepi {n} /ˈkɛpi/ (cap with a flat circular top) :: quepis {m}, quepí {m} [Peru]
kept woman {n} (woman supported financially by a lover) :: mantenida {f}
Kerala {prop} /ˈkɛɹələ/ (state in southern India) :: Kerala
keratin {n} (protein that hair and nails are made of) :: queratina {f}
keratinization {n} (the process in which cells are converted to hair and nails) :: queratinización {f}
keratoconus {n} (A degenerative disorder of the eye) :: queratocono {m}
kerb {n} /kɝb/ (edge between pavement and roadway) :: bordillo {m}
Kerch {prop} (city) :: Kerch {f}
Kerch Strait {prop} (Strait of Kerch) SEE: Strait of Kerch ::
kerf {n} /kɜːf/ (distance between diverging saw teeth) :: traba {f}
kerfuffle {n} /kɚˈfʌfəl/ (disorderly outburst) :: disturbio
kermes {n} :: quermes {m}
kermes oak {n} (oak) :: coscoja {f}, chaparro {f}, carrasquilla {f}, carrasquizo {f}
kernel {n} /ˈkɝnəl/ (core or essence of an object or system) :: núcleo {m}
kernel {n} (central part of a nut) :: almendra {f}, núcleo {m}
kernel {n} (single seed of corn or wheat) :: grano {m}
kernel {n} ((US) stone of certain fruits, such as peaches or plums) :: hueso {m}, núcleo {m}
kernel {n} ((computing) central part of many computer operating systems) :: núcleo, granelo
kernel {n} ((mathematics, algebra) set of elements mapped to zero) :: núcleo {m}
kerning {v} /ˈkɝnɪŋ/ (horizontal space between selected pairs of glyphs) :: cranaje, interletraje
kerosene {n} (thin, colorless fuel) :: queroseno {m}
kestrel {n} /ˈkɛstɹəl/ (any small falcon of genus Falco) :: cernícalo {m}
kestrel {n} (Falco tinnunculus) :: cernícalo común {m}
Ket {prop} (language) :: idioma ket {m}
ketamine {n} /ˈkɛtəmiːn/ (pain-killing drug) :: ketamina {f}
ketchup {n} /ˈkɛtʃ.əp/ (tomato-vinegar based sauce) :: kétchup {m}, ketchup {m}
ketene {n} (of a class of unsaturated ketones) :: queteno
ketone {n} (organic chemicals with the >CO functional group) :: cetona {f}, quetona {f}
ketose {n} (saccharide containing a ketone functional group) :: cetosa {f}
ketotic {adj} (of or pertaining to ketosis) :: cetótico
kettle {n} /ˈkɛtl̩/ (vessel for boiling a liquid or cooking food) :: caldera {f}
kettle {n} (teakettle) SEE: teakettle ::
kettle {n} (kettledrum) SEE: kettledrum ::
kettle {n} (pothole) SEE: pothole ::
kettle {n} (steam locomotive) SEE: steam locomotive ::
kettle {n} (kettle hole) SEE: kettle hole ::
kettlebell {n} (a kind of weight) :: pesa rusa {f}
kettledrum {n} (percussion instrument) :: tímpano {m}, tímpanos {m-p}
kettle hole {n} (depression in the ground) :: kettle, marmita de gigante
kettle of fish {n} (predicament) SEE: predicament ::
Kevin {prop} /ˈkɛvən/ (male given name) :: Kevin
key {n} /kʰiː/ (device designed to open and close a lock) :: llave {f}
key {n} (crucial step) :: clave {f}
key {n} (small guide explaining symbols or terminology) :: clave {f}
key {n} (button on a typewriter or computer keyboard) :: tecla {f}
key {n} (part of a piano or musical keyboard) :: tecla {f}
key {n} (scale of musical notes) :: clave {f}
key {n} (cryptography: piece of information used to encode or decode) :: clave {f}
key {n} (computing: field of a database constrained to be unique) :: clave {f}
key {n} (computing: field in a record used as a search argument) :: clave {f}
key {adj} (indispensable) :: clave
key {v} (computing: enter (information)) :: teclear
key {n} (small island) :: cayo {m}
keyboard {n} /ˈkibɔɹd/ (set of keys used to operate a typewriter, computer etc.) :: teclado {m}
keyboard {n} (component of many instruments) :: teclado {m}
keyboard {n} (electronic device with keys of a musical keyboard) :: teclado {m}
keyboard {v} (to type in) :: teclear
keycard {n} (plastic card) :: tarjeta de acceso {f}
keychain {n} (chain or ring) :: llavero {m}
key exchange {n} (exchange of peers' keys) :: intercambio de claves {m}
keyhole {n} (a hole to lock/unlock with a key) :: ojo {m}
keyhole surgery {n} (laparoscopy) SEE: laparoscopy ::
Key Largo {prop} (island in the Florida Keys, Florida, USA) :: Cayo Largo, Cayo Largo del Norte
keypad {n} /ˈkiːpæd/ (small board with keys) :: teclado numérico {m}
key performance indicator {n} (metric used to measure progress towards organizational goals) :: indicador clave de rendimiento {m}
key signature {n} (indication of the key of a composition) :: armadura de clave {f}, armadura de tonalidad {f}
Key West {prop} (island in the Florida Keys, Florida, USA) :: Cayo Hueso
keyword {n} (word used as a key to a code) :: palabra clave {f}, clave {f}
KGB {prop} (Soviet KGB) :: KGB {m}
Khabarovsk {prop} /ˈkɑːbəɹɒfsk/ (city in Russia) :: Jabárovsk {m}
khachapuri {n} /hɑːd͡ʒəˈpuːɹi/ (cheese pastry from Georgia) :: khachapuri, jachapuri
khachkar {n} /χɑt͡ʃʰˈkʰɑɾ/ (Armenian carved memorial stone) :: jachkar
khagan {n} (title of imperial rank) :: jaghan, gran jan
khaki {n} /ˈkæ.ki/ (yellowish-brown colour) :: caqui {m}
khaki {n} (strong cloth of wool or cotton) :: caqui {m}
khan {n} /kʰɑːn/ (a ruler over various Turkic, Tatar and Mongol peoples in the Middle Ages) :: kan {m}
khanate {n} /ˈkɑːneɪt/ (place ruled by a khan) :: kanato {m}
khanjar {n} /ˈkand͡ʒə/ (Arabian dagger) :: janyar {m}
Khanty-Mansiysk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Janti-Mansisk {m}
Kharkiv {prop} (city) :: Járkov {m}
Kharkov {prop} (Kharkiv) SEE: Kharkiv ::
Khartoum {prop} (capital of Sudan) :: Jartum {m}
Khazar {n} /kəˈzɑːɹ/ (member of a semi-nomadic Turkic tribe) :: jázaro {m}, jazar {m}
Khazarian {adj} (of or pertaining to Khazaria) SEE: Khazar ::
Khazarian {adj} (of or pertaining to Khazars) SEE: Khazar ::
Khazarian {n} (an inhabitant of Khazaria) SEE: Khazar ::
Khmer {prop} /kəˈmɛə(ɹ)/ (language) :: jemer {m}, camboyano {m}
Khmer Rouge {prop} /ˈkmɛəɹ ˈɹuːʒ/ (Cambodian communist guerrilla force) :: Jemeres rojos {m}
khorovod {n} (a Slavic dance) :: jorovod {m}
Khotanese {prop} /kəʊtəˈniːz/ (Eastern Iranian language) :: jotanés {m}
Khrushchev {prop} (surname) :: Jrushchov {m}
khutor {n} (a single-homestead rural settlement of Eastern Europe) :: jútor {m}
kibbutz {n} /kɪˈbʊts/ (a community) :: kibutz {m}
kibitz {v} /ˈkɪbɪts/ (chit-chat) :: parlotear, cotorrear
kibitz {v} (give unwanted advice) :: meter la nariz
K'iche' {n} (Mayan people of Guatemala) :: quiché {m}
K'iche' {prop} (language) :: quiché {m}
K'iche' {prop} (department of Guatemala) :: Quiché {m}
kick {v} /kɪk/ (strike with or raise the foot or leg) :: dar una patada, dar un puntapié, patear
kick {n} (hit or strike with the leg or foot) :: patada {f}, puntapié {m}, coz {f}
kick-ass {adj} (excellent) SEE: badass ::
kickback {n} (a form of negotiated bribery) :: soborno {m}
kick-off {n} (opening kick in football) :: saque inicial {m}
kick-off {n} (opening sequence of an event) :: secuencia de apertura de un evento {m}
kick out {v} (eject, throw out, or forcefully remove) :: echar
kick scooter {n} (a child's foot-operated vehicle) SEE: scooter ::
kicksled {n} (type of small sled) :: trineo
kick someone when they are down {v} (make things worse for someone) :: hacer leña del árbol caído
kickstand {n} (levered bar) :: soporte {m}, caballete {m}
kick start {n} (metal bar on motorcycle) :: pedal de arranque {m}
kick the bucket {v} /ˈkɪk ðə ˈbʌkɪt/ (to die) :: estirar la pata (stretch the leg), colgar los guayos (hang the football shoes)
kick wheel {n} (A wheel or disc used to throw pots, turned by kicking or pushing a heavy stone or concrete base with the foot) :: torno alfarero {m}
kid {n} /kɪd/ (young goat) :: cabrito {m}, chivo {m}
kid {n} (child (colloq.)) :: niño {m}, buqui {m} [Northwestern Mexico], chamaco {m} [Mexican standard usage], chamo {m} [Venezuela], chango {m} [Bolivia, Northwestern Argentina], chino {m} [Colombia], cipote {m} [El Salvador, Honduras], crío {f} [Spain], güila {f} [Costa Rica], huerco {m} [Northeastern Mexico], nene {m} [Argentina, Puerto Rico], patojo {m} [Guatemala]
kid {n} (young person (colloq.)) :: chico {m}, muchacho {m}, cabro {m} [Chile], chango {m} [Bolivia], chaval {m} [Spain], chavalo {m} [Nicaragua], chavo {m} [Mexico], chibolo {m} [Peru], chiquillo {m} [Chile], lolo {m} [Chile], pelado {m} [Colombia], pibe {m} [Argentina]
kid {v} (make a fool of) :: tomar el pelo
kiddo {n} /ˈkɪdoʊ/ (close friend) :: muchacho {m}, muchacha {f}
kiddo {n} (child) :: muchacho {m}, muchacha {f}
kidnap {v} (to seize and detain a person unlawfully) :: secuestrar, raptar (con fines sexuales)
kidnap {n} (an instance of kidnapping) :: secuestro, rapto
kidnapper {n} /ˈkɪdnæpɚ/ (one who performs kidnap) :: secuestrador {m}, raptor {m}, captor {m}
kidnapping {n} (the crime of taking a person against their will, sometimes for ransom) :: secuestro {m}
kidney {n} /ˈkɪdni/ (an organ in the body) :: riñón {m}
kidney stone {n} (calculus in the kidney) :: cálculo renal {m}
Kienbock's disease {n} (disease of the wrist) :: enfermedad de Kienböck {f}
Kiev {prop} (Ukrainian city) :: Kiev {m}
Kiev {prop} (Medieval principality) SEE: Kievan Rus ::
Kievan Rus {prop} (medieval principality) :: Rus de Kiev {f}
kif {n} /kiːf/ (Kind of cannabis) :: quife {m}
Kigali {prop} (capital of Rwanda) :: Kigali
Kihnu {prop} (island) :: Kihnu
kikimora {n} (a female house spirit) :: kikimora {f}
kill {v} /kɪl/ (put to death) :: matar
killdeer {n} /ˈkɪldɪɹ/ (plover) :: chorlo {m}
killer {n} /ˈkɪlɚ/ (person who kills) :: matador {m}, asesino {m}
killer {n} (murderer) :: asesino {m}, asesina {f}
killer {n} (something that causes death) :: mortífero {m}, mortal
killer {n} :: asesino {m}
killer whale {n} (A sea mammal, Orcinus orca) :: orca {f}
killing {adj} /ˈkɪl.ɪŋ/ (lethal, deadly, fatal) :: mortal
killing {n} (instance of someone being killed) :: asesinato {m}
killjoy {n} (someone who takes the fun out of a situation or activity) SEE: spoilsport ::
kill time {v} (make time seem to pass more quickly by doing nothing important) :: matar el tiempo
kill two birds with one stone {v} (solve two problems at once) :: matar dos pájaros de un tiro (to kill two birds with one shot)
kiln {n} /kɪl(n)/ (oven, furnace or heated chamber) :: horno {m}
kilo {n} /ˈkiloʊ/ (short form of kilogram) :: kilo, quilo
kilo- {prefix} (prefix) :: kilo-, quilo-
kilobyte {n} (1024 bytes) :: kilobyte {m}
kilocalorie {n} (unit of measure) :: kilocaloría {f}, quilocaloría {m}
kilogram {n} /ˈkɪləɡɹæm/ (unit of mass equal to 1000 grams) :: kilogramo {m}, quilogramo {m}
kilogram-meter {n} (unit of work) :: kilográmetro {m}
kilojoule {n} (an SI unit of energy) :: kilojulio {m}, quilojulio {m}
kilolitre {n} (unit of measure) :: kilolitro {m}, quilolitro {m}
kilometrage {n} (kilometrage) :: kilometraje {m}
kilometre {n} /kəˈlɑmɪtəɹ/ (unit of measure) :: kilómetro {m}, quilómetro {m}
kilometric {adj} (measured in kilometres) :: kilométrico {m}
kilowatt-hour {n} (unit of energy) :: kilovatio-hora {m}
kilt {n} /kɪlt/ (traditional Scottish garment) :: falda escocesa {f}
Kim {prop} /kɪm/ (Korean surname) :: Kim
kimchi {n} (Korean dish) :: kimchi {m}
Kimmeridgian {prop} (subdivision of the Jurassic period) :: Kimmeridgiense
kimono {n} /kəˈmoʊnoʊ/ (traditional Japanese clothing) :: kimono {m}, quimono {m}
kin {n} (relative) SEE: relative ::
kinase {n} /ˈkɪneɪz/ (enzyme that transfers phosphate groups) :: cinasa, quinasa, kinasa {f}
kind {n} /kaɪnd/ (type, race, category) :: género {m}, tipo {m}, forma, clase
kind {n} :: tipo {m}, género {m}, clase {f}
kind {adj} (affectionate, nice) :: amable, bondadoso, gentil, cariñoso
kindergarten {n} /ˈkɪndəɹˌɡɑːɹt(ə)n/ (educational institution for young children, usually between ages 4 and 6) :: parvulario {m} jardín de infancia {m}, jardín infantil {m}, [Latin America] kínder {m}
kindhearted {adj} (having an innately kind disposition or character) :: de buen corazón
kindle {v} /ˈkɪndl/ (to start (a fire)) :: encender
kindling {n} (pieces of wood and twigs used to start a fire) :: astillas {f-p}
kindly {adj} /ˈkaɪndli/ (having a kind personality) :: agradable, bondadoso
kindly {adv} (in a kind manner) :: bondadosamente
kindness {n} /ˈkaɪndnəs/ (being kind) :: amabilidad {f}, bondad {f}
kind of {adv} (somewhat) :: algo, algo así, algo así como, más o menos
kind of like {adv} (similarly) :: algo así como, un poco como
kindred {n} /ˈkɪndɹɪd/ (people of same ethnic descent) :: etnia {f}
kind regards {n} (polite closing of a letter) :: saludos cariñosos
kinematic {adj} /kɪn.əˈmæt.ɪk/ (of or relating to motion or to kinematics) :: cinemático
kinesia {n} (motion sickness) SEE: motion sickness ::
kinesic {adj} (of or pertaining to nonverbal behaviour related to movement) :: kinésico
kinesiology {n} /kəˌni.ziˈɔ.lə.dʒɪ/ (study of body movement) :: kinesiología {f}
kinesiology {n} (application of such principles) :: kinesiología {f}
kinesthesia {n} /ˌkɪnɪsˈθiʒə/ (sensation or perception of motion) :: cinestesia {f}, kinestesia {f}
kinesthetic {adj} /ˌkɪnɪsˈθɛtɪk/ (of or relating to kinesthesia) :: kinestético {m}
kinesthetics {n} (proprioception) SEE: proprioception ::
kinetic {adj} (relating to motion) :: cinético, kinético
kinetically {adv} (in a kinetic manner) :: cinéticamente
kinetic energy {n} (energy from motion) :: energía cinética {f}
kinetosis {n} (motion sickness) SEE: motion sickness ::
king {n} /kɪŋ/ (a male of a royal family who is the supreme ruler of his nation) :: rey {m}
king {n} (a playing piece in chess) :: rey {m}
king {n} (a playing card with the image of a king in it) :: rey {m}
king {v} (in checkers) :: coronar
King Arthur {prop} (legendary king of Britain) :: Rey Arturo {m}
king cake {n} /kɪŋ keɪk/ (cake eaten on Epiphany) :: roscón de Reyes {m}, rosca de Reyes {f}
king cobra {n} (Ophiophagus hannah) :: cobra real {f}
kingdom {n} /ˈkɪŋdəm/ (nation having as supreme ruler a king and/or queen) :: reino {m}
Kingdom Hall {n} (place where Jehovah's Witnesses meet) :: Salón de Reino {m}, Salón del Reino de los Testigos de Jehová {m}
Kingdom of England {prop} (Kingdom of England) :: Reino de Inglaterra {m}
Kingdom of Great Britain {prop} :: Reino de Gran Bretaña {m}
Kingdom of Heaven {prop} (Christian concept) :: Reino de los Cielos {m}
Kingdom of Scotland {prop} (Kingdom of Scotland) :: Reino de Escocia {m}
Kingdom of Spain {prop} (official name of Spain) :: Reino de España {m}
Kingdom of Sweden {prop} (official name of Sweden) :: Reino de Suecia {m}
Kingdom of Thailand {prop} (official name of Thailand) :: Reino de Tailandia {m}
Kingdom of the Netherlands {prop} (official name of the Netherlands) :: Reino de los Países Bajos {m}
kingfisher {n} /ˈkɪŋfɪʃə/ (any of various birds of the suborder Alcedines) :: martín pescador {m}
kingly {adv} (in a royal manner) :: majestuosamente
king of beasts {n} /kɪŋ ɒv biːsts/ (the lion) :: rey de la selva {m}
king of clubs {n} (playing card) :: rey de tréboles {m}
king of diamonds {n} (playing card) :: rey de diamantes {m}, rey de oros {m}
king of hearts {n} (playing card) :: rey de corazones {m}
king of spades {n} /kɪŋɡ.əv.speɪdz/ (playing card) :: rey de picos {m}
king penguin {n} (Aptenodytes patagonicus) :: pingüino rey
kingpin {n} /ˈkɪŋ.pɪn/ (most important person) :: jefazo
Kings {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Reyes {m}
kingship {n} (state of being a king) :: realeza {f}, reinado {m}
kingslayer {n} (one who kills a king) SEE: regicide ::
king's man {n} (customs officer) SEE: customs officer ::
Kingston {prop} /ˈkɪŋɡstən/ (capital of Jamaica) :: Kingston
Kingstown {prop} (capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) :: Kingstown
king tide {n} (spring tide) SEE: spring tide ::
king vulture {n} /kɪŋ ˈvʌltʃəɹ/ (Sarcoramphus papa) :: zopilote rey {m}
kink {n} /kɪŋk/ (tight curl, twist, or bend) :: arruga {f}, pliegue {m}, doblez {m}
kink {n} (difficulty or flaw that impedes operation) :: problema {m}, impedimento {m}, pero {m}, inconveniente
kink {n} (peculiarity in sexual behaviour or taste) :: desviación {f}, rareza {f}, desvarío {m}, excentricidad {f}
kink {v} (to form a kink or twist) :: arrugar, doblar
kinkajou {n} /ˈkɪŋkəˌdʒuː/ (Potos flavus) :: chosna {f} [Peru], cuchicuchi {m} [Venezuela], cusumbí {m} [Panama], cusumbo {m} [Ecuador], martilla {f} [Costa Rica], martucha {f} [Mexico], mico de noche {m} [Nicaragua], mico león {m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras], mono michi {m} [Bolivia], perro de monte {m} [Colombia]
kinky {adj} /ˈkɪŋ.ki/ (queer, eccentric) :: extrano, excentrico {m}
Kinshasa {prop} /kɪnˈʃɑːsə/ (the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo) :: Kinsasa, Kinshasa
kinship {n} (relation or connection by blood, marriage or adoption) :: parentesco {m}
kiosk {n} /ˈkiˌɑsk/ (enclosed structure where cigarettes, magazines, etc are sold) :: quiosco {m}, kiosco {m}
kiosk {n} (unattended stand) :: quiosco {m}
kip {n} /kɪp/ (informal: nap) :: siesta {f}
kipfel {n} (croissant) SEE: croissant ::
kippah {n} (skullcap) :: kipá {f}
Kiribati {prop} /ˈkiː.ɹɨ.bæs/ (Republic of Kiribati) :: Kiribati
Kiribatian {n} (a person from Kiribati or of Kiribatian descent) :: kiribatí, kiribatiano
Kiribatian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kiribati) :: kiribatí {m}, de Kiribati
Kirov {prop} (Russian surname) :: Kírov {m}
Kirov {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kírov {m}
kismet {n} /ˈkɪz.mɛt/ (fate; a predetermined or unavoidable destiny) :: hado {m}, destino {m}, sino {m}
kiss {v} /kɪs/ (to touch with the lips) :: besar
kiss {v} (to touch each other’s lips) :: besarse
kiss {n} (touch with the lips) :: beso {m}
kiss ass {v} (to flatter excessively) :: lamer los huevos, lamer los zapatos
kiss me {phrase} (kiss me) :: bésame [informal]
kiss my arse {interj} (go away) SEE: kiss my ass ::
kiss my ass {interj} (go away) :: bésame el culo
kiss someone's ass {v} (to flatter someone) SEE: brownnose ::
Kiswahili {prop} (Swahili) SEE: Swahili ::
kit {n} (clothing) SEE: clothing ::
kit {n} /kɪt/ :: juego {m}, kit {m}, ensello {m}, equipo {m}
kit {n} (drum kit) SEE: drum kit ::
kitchen {n} /ˈkɪt͡ʃən/ (room) :: cocina {f}
kitchen garden {n} (a garden used for growing fruits, vegetables for use in the kitchen) SEE: vegetable garden ::
kitchen hood {n} (kitchen device) SEE: extractor hood ::
kitchen towel {n} (sheet of kitchen paper) SEE: paper towel ::
kitchenware {n} (Instruments and utensils found in a kitchen) :: artículo de cocina {m}, vaisella {f}, menaje
kite {n} /kaɪt/ (bird of prey) :: milano {m}, aguililla {f}
kite {n} (flying toy on string) :: cometa {f} [especially Spain, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Uruguay], barrilete {m} [Argentina, Guatemala, Nicaragua], cachirulo {m} [Eastern Central Spain], chichigua {f} [Dominican Republic], chiringa {f} [Puerto Rico], lechuza {f} [Nicaragua], pandero {m} [Southern Spain], pandorga {f} [Southern Spain, Paraguay, Northeastern and Northern Central Argentina, Western Uruguay], papagayo {m} [Venezuela, Southeastern Mexico], papalote {m} [Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico], papelote {m} [Honduras], petaca {f} [Northwestern Venezuela], piscucha {f} [El Salvador], volador {m} [Bolivia, Eastern Venezuela], volantín {m} [Chile, Cuba, Central and Eastern Bolivia, Western Central and Northwestern Argentina, Northwestern Venezuela, Western Puerto Rico]
kite {n} (quadrilateral) :: deltoide {m}
kiteboard {n} (wakeboard used for kiteboarding) :: table de kitesurf
kitesurf {v} (take part in kitesurfing) :: hacer kitesurf, kitesurfear {m}
kitesurfer {n} :: kiteboarder
kitesurfing {v} (water sport) :: kitesurf {m}
kith and kin {n} (both friends and family) :: parientes y amigos, allegados {m-p}
kitsch {n} /kɪtʃ/ (kitsch) :: kitsch {m}
kitsch {adj} (of questionable aesthetic value) :: kitsch
kitten {n} /ˈkɪtən/ (a young cat) :: gatito {m}, minino {m}, gatita {f}
Kittsian {adj} (Of, or pertaining to, Saint Kitts) :: sancristobaleño {m}
Kittsian {n} (Somebody from Saint Kitts or of Kittsian descent) :: sancristobaleño {m}
kitty {n} /ˈkɪti/ (kitten, small cat) :: gatito, minino {m}
kitty {n} (pool of money) :: pozo {m}, vaquita {f}, bote {m}
kitty litter {n} (mixture to provide a soiling area for cats) :: arena para gato {f}, arena para gatos {f}
kiwi {n} /ˈkiːwi/ (bird) :: kiwi {m}
kiwi {n} (kiwi fruit) SEE: kiwi fruit ::
kiwi fruit {n} (fruit) :: kiwi {m}
klaxon {n} /ˈklæks(ə)n/ (loud electric horn or alarm) :: claxon {m}, bocina {f}
kleenex {n} /kli.nɛks/ (generic term for a disposable tissue) :: kleenex {m}, clínex {m}
Klein bottle {n} (closed surface) :: botella de Klein {f}
kleptarchy {n} (kleptocracy) SEE: kleptocracy ::
kleptocracy {n} (corrupt and dishonest government) :: cleptocracia {f}
kleptomania {n} /ˌklɛptəˈmeɪni.ə/ (disorder that causes an uncontrollable obsessions with stealing) :: cleptomanía {f}
kleptomaniac {n} /ˌklɛptəˈmeɪniæk/ (One who steals compulsively) :: cleptómano {m}
Klingon {prop} /ˈklɪŋɑn/ (the language) :: klingon {m}
klipspringer {n} (Oreotragus oreotragus) :: saltarrocas {m}
knack {n} /næk/ (A readiness in performance; aptness at doing something; skill; facility; dexterity) :: aptitud {f}
knack {n} (A petty contrivance; a toy; a plaything; a knickknack) :: chisme {m}
knack {n} (Something performed, or to be done, requiring aptness and dexterity; a trick; a device) :: truco {m}
knacker {n} /ˈnæk.ə(ɹ)/ (slaughterer) :: descuartizador {m}
knacker {v} (to tire out) :: reventar
knackered {adj} /ˈnæk.əd/ (extremely tired or exhausted) :: agotado, reventado, harto
knackered {adj} (broken, inoperative) :: roto, gastado, estropeado, averiado, jodido
knave {n} /neɪv/ (archaic: boy; especially, boy servant) :: paje {m}
knave {n} (archaic: any male servant) :: mozo {m}
knave {n} (deceitful fellow) :: bellaco {m}, villano {m}
knave {n} (playing card) :: sota {f}
knead {v} /niːd/ (to work and press into a mass) :: amasar
kneading {n} /ˈniːdɪŋ/ (the process of kneading) :: amasado {m}
knee {n} /ni/ (joint in the middle of the leg and area around it) :: rodilla {f}, hinojo {m}
kneecap {n} (bone) :: rótula {f}
knee-jerk {n} (reflex extension of the lower leg due to tap below knee) :: reflejo rotuliano {m}
kneel {v} /niːl/ (to stoop down and rest on the knee) :: arrodillarse
kneel down {v} (to kneel) :: arrodillarse, hincarse
knee pad {n} (protection for a knee) :: rodillera {f}
kneepan {n} (kneecap) SEE: kneecap ::
knee pit {n} (shallow depression located at the back of the knee joint) SEE: poplit ::
knickers {n} (panties) SEE: panties ::
knife {n} /naɪf/ (utensil or tool designed for cutting) :: cuchillo {m}
knife {n} (weapon) :: cuchillo {m}, puñal {m}
knife {n} (any blade-like part designed for cutting) :: cuchillo {m}
knife {v} (to use a knife to injure or kill) :: acuchillar
knife pleat {n} (a type of sharply pressed pleating) :: pliegue llano {m}
knight {n} /naɪt/ (warrior, especially of the Middle Ages) :: caballero {m}, caballera {f}
knight {n} (person on whom a knighthood has been conferred) :: caballero {m}, caballera {f}
knight {n} (chess piece) :: caballo {m}
knight-errant {n} (knight) :: caballero andante {m}
Königsberg {prop} /ˈkɜnɪɡzˌbɝɡ/ (the former capital of East Prussia, see also: Kaliningrad) :: Königsberg {m}
knit {v} /ˈnɪt/ (to make fabric from thread or yarn) :: hacer punto, tricotar, tejer
knit {v} (intransitive: to become closely joined) :: soldarse
knit {v} :: tejer, tricotar
knit cap {n} (soft cap) SEE: beanie ::
knit one's brows {v} (to scowl, indicating anger, worry, or puzzlement) :: fruncir las cejas, arquear las cejas, enarcar las cejas
knitting needle {n} (thin rod used to knit yarn) :: aguja de punto {f}, [Latin America] aguja de tejer {f}
knob {n} /nɑb/ (rounded protuberance, handle, or control switch) :: perilla {f}, asa {f}
knobbly {adj} (having a covering of small knobs) :: nudoso
knock {n} /nɒk/ (abrupt rapping sound) :: golpe {m}
knock {n} :: golpe
knock {v} (to rap one's knuckles against something) :: (door) llamar a; golpear
knock back {v} (reject) SEE: reject ::
knock down {v} (demolish) SEE: demolish ::
knocker {n} (device for knocking on a door) SEE: doorknocker ::
knockoff {n} (imitation of something) :: imitación {f}
knock-on effect {n} (secondary, indirect effect) :: efecto secundario {m}
knock on wood {v} /ˌnɑk ɑn ˈwʊd/ (to take a customary action to ward off misfortune) :: tocar madera (to touch wood)
knock on wood {interj} (hopefully; used when undertaking such a customary action) :: toca madera (touch wood)
knock out {v} (render someone unconscious) :: noquear
knot {n} /nɒt/ (looping) :: nudo {m}
knot {n} (tangled clump) :: nudo {m}
knot {n} (whorl in wood left by branch) :: nudo {m}
knot {n} (nautical unit of speed) :: nudo {m}
knot {v} (form into a knot; tie with knot(s)) :: anudar
knot {n} (variety of wading bird) :: correlimos {m}, playero {m}
knotgrass {n} (annual plant) :: polígono {m}, palero {m}, correquetepillo {m}
knot theory {n} (branch of topology) :: teoría de nudos {f}
knotty {adj} (Full of knots) :: nudoso
know {v} /noʊ/ (be certain or sure about (something)) :: saber
know {v} (be acquainted or familiar with) :: conocer
know {v} (have knowledge of) :: saber
know {v} (have sexual relations with) :: conocer
know {v} (be informed about) :: estar informado
knowable {adj} /ˈnoʊəbl̩/ (capable of being known, understood or comprehended) :: conocible
know-all {n} (someone who obnoxiously claims to be knowledgeable on a subject) SEE: know-it-all ::
know beans about {v} (to know nothing, or almost nothing, about) :: no saber de la misa la media
know-how {n} /ˈnoʊ.haʊ/ (the knowledge and skill to be able to do something correctly) :: know-how {m}, saber hacer {m}
knowingly {adv} (knowingly) :: sabiamente, a sabiendas, conscientemente
know-it-all {n} (someone who obnoxiously claims to be knowledgeable on a subject) :: sabelotodo, sabiondo {m}
knowledge {n} /ˈnɑlɪd͡ʒ/ (fact of knowing about something; understanding, familiarity with information) :: conocimiento {m}
knowledge {n} (awareness, state of having been informed) :: conocimiento {m}
knowledge {n} (familiarity with particular skill, discipline) :: conocimientos {m-p}
knowledge {n} (total of what is known, product of learning) :: conocimiento {m}
knowledge {n} :: sabiduría {f}, conocimiento {m}
knowledgeable {adj} /ˈnɑl.ɪd͡ʒ.ə.bəl/ (having knowledge, especially of a particular subject) :: erudito, sabio, instruido
knowledge is power {proverb} (knowledge is power) :: el conocimiento es poder
know like the back of one's hand {v} (be intimately knowledgable about) :: conocer algo como la palma de su mano
known {adj} /nəʊn/ (that whom other people know, renowned, famous) :: conocido
know one's ass from a hole in the ground {v} :: estar más perdido que un pulpo en un garaje
know thyself {proverb} (be aware of both your strengths and limitations) :: conócete a ti mismo
knuckle {n} /ˈnʌkəl/ (joint of the finger) :: nudillo {m}
knuckle duster {n} (weapon worn around the knuckles) SEE: brass knuckles ::
knucks {n} (brass knuckles) SEE: brass knuckles ::
koala {n} /kəʊˈɑːlə/ (a tree-dwelling marsupial that resembles a small bear) :: koala {m}
koan {n} /ˈkoʊ.ɑn/ (riddle without solution) :: aporía
kofta {n} /ˈkɑːftə/ (meatball or meatloaf dish) :: kofta {f}
kohlrabi {n} /koʊlˈɹɑb.i/ (cabbage variety) :: colirrábano {m}
Koine {prop} /kɔɪˈneɪ/ (common Greek language) :: koiné {f}, coiné {f}
kola {n} (tree) :: cola {f}
Kolkata {prop} /koʊlˈkɑtɑ/ (city) :: Calcuta
kolkhoz {n} /kəlˈkɒz/ (farming collective) :: koljós {m}
Kolmogorov space {n} (a topological space...) :: espacio de Kolmogórov {m}
Kolyma {prop} /kəlɨˈma/ (area) :: Kolymá
Kolyma {prop} (river) :: río Kolymá {m}
Komi {prop} (language) :: idioma komi {f}
Komodo dragon {n} (large monitor lizard) :: dragón de Komodo {m}
Komondor {n} (breed of dog) :: komondor {m}
Komotini {prop} (city) :: Komotini
Komsomol {prop} (Young Communist League in the USSR) :: Komsomol {m}
Komsomolsk {prop} (Komsomolsk-na-Amure, Russia) :: Komsomolsk del Amur {m}
Komsomolsk {prop} (Komsomolsk, towns and rural localities in Russia and Ukraine) :: Komsomolsk {m}
Konstanz {prop} (city) :: Constanza {f}
kook {n} /kuːk/ (eccentric, strange or crazy person) :: chiflado
kookaburra {n} /ˈkʊkəˌbʌɹə/ (kingfishers) :: cucaburra {f}
kopek {n} (one-hundredth of a ruble) :: copeca {f}, cópec {f}, kópek {f}
kopi luwak {n} (coffee made from eaten berries) :: kopi luwak {m}, café de civeta {m}
Koran {prop} (the Islamic holy book) SEE: Qur'an ::
Korea {prop} (South Korea) SEE: South Korea ::
Korea {prop} (North Korea) SEE: North Korea ::
Korea {prop} /kəˈɹi.ə/ (ancient country or both Koreas as a whole) :: Corea {f}
Korean {adj} /kəˈɹɪən/ (relating to the Korean Peninsula) :: coreano
Korean {prop} (language) :: coreano {m}
Korean {n} (person) :: coreano {m}, coreana {f}
Korean War {prop} (war lasting from 1950 to 1953) :: Guerra de Corea {f}
Koschei {prop} (Koschei the Immortal) :: Koschéi {m}
kosher {adj} /ˈkəʊʃə/ (in accordance with Jewish law) :: kosher
Kosovan {adj} (related to Kosovo) :: kosovar
Kosovan {n} (person from Kosovo) :: kosovar
Kosovar {adj} (Kosovan) SEE: Kosovan ::
Kosovar {n} (Kosovan) SEE: Kosovan ::
Kosovo {prop} /ˈkɒsəvə/ (disputed region in the Balkans) :: Kosovo {m}
Kostroma {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kostromá {m}
koumiss {n} /ˈkuːmɪs/ (fermented drink) :: kumis {m}
kowtow {v} /ˌkaʊˈtaʊ/ (kneel such that forehead touches ground) :: postrarse, prosternarse
K-pop {n} (Korean pop music) :: K-Pop {m}, pop coreano {m}
Kraftwerkian {adj} :: kraftwerkiano
krait {n} /kɹaɪt/ (snake) :: búngaro {m}
Kraken {prop} /ˈkɹɑːkən/ (Sea monster) :: Kraken {m}
Krasnodar {prop} (a city in Russia) :: Krasnodar {m}
Krasnoyarsk {prop} (city) :: Krasnoyarsk {m}
Kraut {n} (German) SEE: German ::
Kremlin {prop} /ˈkɹemlɪn/ (the Moscow Kremlin) :: Kremlin {m}
krill {n} /kɹɪl/ (small marine crustacean) :: kril {m}
Krishna {prop} /ˈkɹɪʃnə/ (avatar) :: Krishna {m}
krone {n} (currency) :: corona {f}
Krung Thep {prop} (Bangkok) SEE: Bangkok ::
Krym {prop} (Crimea) SEE: Crimea ::
krypton {n} /ˈkrɪptɒn/ (a chemical element) :: criptón {m}
kryptonite {n} /ˈkɹɪptənaɪt/ (weakness) :: kryptonita
kshatriya {n} /ˈkʃat.ɹi.ə/ (a member of this varna) :: kshatriya {m}
Kuala Lumpur {prop} (capital of Malaysia) :: Kuala Lumpur {m}
Kuban {prop} /kuːˈbɑːn/ (the Kuban river) :: Kubán {m}
kudos {n} /ˈkuː.doʊz/ (praise, accolades) :: elogio {m}
kudu {n} /ˈkuːduː/ (Tragelaphus imberbis or Tragelaphus strepsiceros) :: kudú
Kufic {adj} (describing an angular form of Arabic script) :: cúfico
Kuiper belt {prop} /ˈkaɪ.pɚ.bɛlt/ (region of space in the Solar System) :: cinturón de Kuiper {m}
Kuiper belt object {n} /ˈkaɪpəɹ/ (minor planet with an orbit in the Kuiper belt) :: objeto del cinturón de Kuiper {m}
kulak {n} /ˈkuːlak/ (prosperous peasant) :: kulak {m}
Kumiko {prop} (Japanese female given name) :: Kumiko {f}
kumquat {n} /ˈkʌmkwɑt/ (small orange fruit) :: kumquat {m}, quinoto {m}
kuna {n} (currency of Croatia) :: kuna {f}
Kuna {n} :: cuna {m}
Kuna {prop} :: cuna {m}
kung fu {n} /ˈkʌŋ ˈfuː/ (martial art) :: kung-fu {m}
Kungurian {prop} (subdivision of the Permian period) :: Kunguriense
Kunming {prop} /kʊnˈmɪŋ/ (a prefecture-level city in southwestern China) :: Kunming {m}
Kurd {n} /kɜː(ɹ)d/ (a member of the people inhabiting Kurdistan) :: kurdo {m}, kurda {f}
Kurdish {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kurdistan, the Kurdish people or the Kurdish language) :: curdo, kurdo
Kurdish {prop} (language of Kurdistan) :: kurdo {m}, curdo {m}
Kurdistan {prop} (a region in the Middle East inhabited mostly by the Kurds) :: Kurdistán {m}
Kurgan {prop} (city) :: Kurgán {m}
Kuril Islands {prop} (group of islands) :: Islas Kuriles {p}
Kursk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kursk {m}
kurta {n} (Indian shirt) :: kurta
Kutenai {n} /ˈkuːtəneɪ/ (an indigenous people of North America) :: kutenai {m}
Kutenai {prop} (language isolate) :: idioma kutenai {f}
Kuwait {prop} /kuːˈweɪt/ (country in the Middle East) :: Kuwait {m}
Kuwaiti {n} (A person from Kuwait or of Kuwaiti descent) :: kuwaití
Kuwaiti {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kuwait or the Kuwaiti people) :: kuwaití
Kuybyshev {prop} (former name of Samara) :: Kúibyshev
kvass {n} /kvɑːs/ (traditional Slavic drink) :: kvas {m}
kvetch {n} /kvɛt͡ʃ/ (person who endlessly whines or complains) :: gruñón
kyanite {n} (blue neosilicate mineral) :: cianita {f}
kyat {n} /kiːˈɑːt/ (unit of currency) :: kyat {m}
kyūjitai {n} (traditional form of Japanese kanji) :: kyūjitai {m}
Kyoto {prop} /ˈkjoʊtoʊ/ (Kyōto, Japan) :: Kioto {m}
kyphosis {n} (abnormal curvature of the spine) :: cifosis {f}
Kyrgyz {n} /ˈkɪɹɡɪz/ (member of a Turkic people) :: kirguiso
Kyrgyz {prop} (language) :: kirguiso {m}
Kyrgyz {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz people or the Kyrgyz language) :: kirguiso
Kyrgyzstan {prop} (country in Central Asia) :: Kirguizistán, Kirguistán
kyriarchy {n} /ˈkaɪɹɪˌɑːki/ (system of ruling and oppression) :: kiriarcado
Kyōto {prop} (Kyoto) SEE: Kyoto ::
Kyushu {prop} (the third largest of Japan's islands) :: Kyūshū {m}
Kyzyl {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kyzyl