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-s {suffix} /s/ (regular plurals of nouns)  :: -s, -es
Saami {prop} (Saami language)  :: sami
Saarland {prop} (state)  :: Sarre
Sabbath {prop} /ˈsæbəθ/ (Biblical seventh day)  :: sábado {m}
Sabbath {prop} (Sunday)  :: domingo {m}
Sabbath {prop} (witches' Sabbath)  :: aquelarre {m}
sabbatical {adj} (relating to an extended period of leave)  :: sabático
sabbatical {adj} (relating to the Sabbath)  :: sabático
sabbatical {n} (extended period of leave)  :: sabático {m}
saber {n} /ˈseɪ.bɚ/ (sabre) SEE: sabre  ::
saber-toothed tiger {n} (sabre-toothed tiger) SEE: sabre-toothed tiger  ::
sable {adj} (of black colour on a coat of arms)  :: sable
sable {n} (heraldic colour)  :: sable
sable {n} /ˈseɪbəl/ (animal)  :: cebellina {f}
sabot {n} /ˈsæboʊ/ (a wooden shoe worn in various European countries)  :: zueco {m}, zuecos {m-p}
sabotage {n} (act with intent to injure)  :: sabotaje {m}
sabotage {n} (deliberate action of subversion, obstruction, disruption, destruction)  :: sabotaje {m}
sabotage {n}  :: sabotaje
sabotage {v} (deliberate destruction to prevent success)  :: sabotear
saboteur {n} (a person who intentionally causes the destruction of property)  :: saboteador {m}, saboteadora {f}
sabre {n} (modern fencing sword modeled after the sabre)  :: sable {m}
sabre {n} /ˈseɪ.bɚ/ (light sword, sharp along the front edge, part of the back edge, and at the point)  :: sable {m}
sabre-toothed tiger {n} (prehistoric cat)  :: diente de sable {m}
saccade {n} /səˈkɑːd/ (rapid jerky movement of the eye)  :: sacada {f}, movimiento sacádico {m}
saccharification {n} (hydrolysis of soluble polysaccharides)  :: sacarificación {f}
saccharify {v} (convert soluble polysaccharides)  :: sacarificar
saccharin {n} /ˈsækəɹɪn/ (white crystalline powder)  :: sacarina {f}
saccharometer {n} (hydrometer)  :: sacarímetro {m}
sac fungus {n} (fungus of the phylum Ascomycota) SEE: ascomycete  ::
sack {n} (booty obtained by pillage)  :: botín {m}
sack {n} (informal: dismissal from employment)  :: despedido {m}
sack {n} /sæk/ (bag for commodities or items)  :: bolsa {f}, saco {m}
sack {n} (the plunder and pillaging of a city)  :: saqueo {m}
sack {v} (informal: to remove from a job or position)  :: despedir
sack {v} (to plunder)  :: saquear
sackbut {n} (brass instrument)  :: sacabuche
sack man {n} (folkloric character)  :: hombre del saco {m}, hombre de la bolsa {m}
sacralization {n} /seɪkɹəlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/ (developmental abnormality in which the first sacral vertebra becomes fused with the fifth lumbar veterbra)  :: sacralización {f}
sacrament {n} (sacred act or ceremony)  :: sacramento {m}
sacramental {n} (an object or action which spiritually aids its faithful users)  :: sacramental {m}
Sacramento {prop} (Sacramento, the capital city of California)  :: Sacramento {m}
sacred {adj} /ˈseɪkrɪd/ (made holy)  :: sagrado, sacro
sacred baboon {n} (Papio hamadryas) SEE: hamadryas  ::
sacred cow {n} (something which cannot be tampered with)  :: vaca sagrada {f}
sacred fir {n} (Abies religiosa)  :: oyamel {m}
sacred ibis {n} (species of wading bird)  :: ibis sagrado {m}
sacredize {v} (to make sacred) SEE: sacralize  ::
sacred kingfisher {n} (tree kingfisher)  :: martín pescador sagrado {m}
sacred way {n} (spirit way) SEE: spirit way  ::
sacrificatory {adj} (of or relating to sacrifice)  :: sacrificatorio
sacrifice {n} (something sacrificed)  :: sacrificio {m}
sacrifice {v} /ˈsækɹɪfaɪs/ (to offer as a gift to a deity)  :: sacrificar
sacrifice {v} (to give away something valuable in order to gain something else of value)  :: sacrificar
sacrificial {adj} /ˈsæk.ɹɪ.fɪʃ.əl/ (relating to sacrifice)  :: sacrificial
sacrilege {n} (desecration, profanation, misuse or violation of something sacred)  :: sacrilegio {m}
sacrilegious {adj} /sæk.ɹəˈlɪdʒ.əs/ (committing sacrilege)  :: sacrílego
sacrilegiously {adv} (in a sacrilegious manner)  :: sacrílegamente
sacristan {n} (person who maintains the sacristy)  :: sacristán {m}
sacristy {n} (room in a church)  :: sacristía {f}
sacrosanct {adj} /ˈsæk.ɹoʊˌsæŋkt/ (beyond alteration, criticism, or interference, especially due to religious sanction; inviolable)  :: sacrosanto {m}
sacrum {n} (bone at the base of the spine)  :: sacro {m}
sad {adj} (dialect: soggy) SEE: soggy  ::
sad {adj} /sæd/ (feeling sorrow)  :: triste
Saïda {prop} (port city in Lebanon) SEE: Sidon  ::
sadden {v} /ˈsædən/ (make sad or unhappy)  :: apenar
saddle {n} (harness saddle on an animal)  :: silla de montar {f}, sillopín
saddle {n} /ˈsædl̩/ (seat on an animal)  :: silla (de montar) {f}, silla de montar {f}
saddle {n} (seat on a bicycle etc)  :: sillín {m}
saddle {v} (to put a saddle on)  :: ensillar
saddlebag {n} (butt sag)  :: culo caído {m}
saddlebag {n} /sædəlˈbæɡ/ (covered pouch)  :: alforja {f}
saddle blanket {n} (blanket under saddle)  :: sudadero {m}, faldón {m}, acolchado {m}
saddlecloth {n}  :: caparazón {m}
saddlemaker {n} (saddler) SEE: saddler  ::
saddle point {n} (geometry)  :: punto de silla {m}
saddler {n} (skilled trade)  :: sillero {m}, guarnicionero {m}, guarnicionera {f}
sadism {n} /seɪdɪzəm/ (enjoyment of inflicting pain)  :: sadismo
sadism {n} (sexual gratification)  :: sadomasoquismo
sadistic {adj} /səˈdɪstɪk/ (of a person)  :: sádico
sadly {adv} /ˈsadli/ (in a sad manner)  :: tristemente, con alma en pena, luctuosamente
sadly {adv} (unfortunately) SEE: unfortunately  ::
sadness {n} (state/emotion)  :: tristeza {f}
sadomasochism {n} (practices of sadism and masochism collectively)  :: sadomasoquismo {m}
sad to say {adv} (unfortunately) SEE: unfortunately  ::
safari {n} /səˈfɑː(ɹ).i/ (a trip into any undeveloped area)  :: safari {m}
safe {adj}  :: salvo, seguro
safe {adj} /seɪf/ (not in danger)  :: seguro, salvo
safe {n} (box in which valuables can be locked for safekeeping)  :: caja fuerte {f}, cofre {m}
safe and sound {adj} (having come to no harm)  :: sano y salvo
safe-conduct {n} (document)  :: salvoconducto {m}
safe-deposit box {n} (box for holding valuables safe)  :: caja de seguridad {f}
safeguard {n}  :: salvaguarda {f}
safeguard {v} (to escort safely)  :: resguardar
safety {n} (mechanism to prevent accidental firing)  :: seguro {m}
safety {n} /ˈseɪfti/ (condition or feeling of being safe)  :: seguridad {f}
safety belt {n} (a belt hat attaches a person to an immovable object for safety)  :: cinturón de seguridad {m}
safety pin {n} (pin, in the form of a clasp)  :: imperdible {m}, seguro {m}
safflower {n} (plant)  :: alazor {m}
saffron {adj} (colour)  :: de azafrán
saffron {n} (colour)  :: azafrán {m}
saffron {n} (plant)  :: azafrán {m}
saffron {n} (spice)  :: azafrán {m}
saffron {v} (to add saffron to)  :: azafranar
sag {v} /sæɡ/ (sink)  :: ahondar
saga {n} (long epic story)  :: saga {f}
saga {n} /ˈsɑːɡə/ (Old Norse Icelandic prose)  :: saga {f}
sagacious {adj} /səˈɡeɪʃəs/ (having or showing keen discernment)  :: sagaz
sagaciously {adv} (in a sagacious manner)  :: sagazmente
sagacity {n} /səˈɡæsəti/ (quality of being sage)  :: sagacidad {f}, sagaz
sage {adj} (wise)  :: sabio
sage {n} (plant)  :: salvia {f}
sage {n} (wise person)  :: sabio {m}
sage grouse {n} (Centrocercus urophasianus)  :: urogallo de las artemisas {m}, gallo de salvia {m}
saggar {n} /ˈsæɡ.əɹ/ (ceramic container)  :: gaceta refractaria {f}
Sagitta {prop} (constellation)  :: Sagita
Sagittarius {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Sagitario
Sagittarius {prop} /sædʒɪˈtɛrɪəs/ (constellation)  :: Sagitario {m}
sago {n} (any of the palms from which sago is extracted)  :: sagú {m}
sago {n} (a powdered starch obtained from certain palms used as a food thickener)  :: sagú {m}
saguaro {n} (large cactus)  :: saguaro {m}
Sagunto {prop} (town in Spain)  :: Sagunto {m}
Sahara {prop} /səˈhɛərə/ (desert)  :: Sáhara {m}, Sahara {m}, Sáhara {m}
Sahrawi {n} /səˈrɑːwi/ (a person from Western Sahara)  :: saharaui {m} {f}
said {adj} (mentioned earlier)  :: dicho
said {determiner} (mentioned earlier)  :: dicho
said and done {adj} (agreed to and accomplished or finished)  :: dicho y hecho
saiga {n} (antelope)  :: saiga {m}
Saigon {prop} (Ho Chi Minh City) SEE: Ho Chi Minh City  ::
sail {n} (sailfish) SEE: sailfish  ::
sail {n} /seɪl/ (a piece of fabric attached to a boat)  :: vela {f}
sail {n} (the blade of a windmill)  :: aspa {f}
sail {n}  :: vela {f}
sail {v} (to ride in a boat, especially sailboat)  :: navegar
sailboat {n} /ˈseɪlˌboʊt/ (a boat propelled by a sail)  :: embarcación a vela {f}, velero {m}
sailing {n} /ˈseɪlɪŋ/ (motion across water)  :: navegación {f}
sailing {n} (skill to operate a vessel)  :: náutica {f}
sailing ship {n} (type of ship)  :: embarcación a vela {f}
sailor {n} /ˈseɪlɚ/ (worker on a ship)  :: marinero {m}
sailplane {n} (sailplane) SEE: glider  ::
sainfoin {n} /ˈseɪnfɔɪn/ (perennial herbs)  :: pipirigallo {m}, esparceta {f}
saint {n} ((figuratively) a person with positive qualities)  :: santo {m}, santa {f}
saint {n} /seɪnt/ (person proclaimed as saint)  :: santo {m}, santa {f}
Saint {n} /seɪnt/ (title given to a saint)  :: San {m}, Santa {f}
Saint Andrew's cross {n} (cross that has a form of two intersecting oblique bars)  :: cruz de San Andrés {f}, sotuer {m}, sautor {m}, aspa {f}, cruz aspada {f}
Saint Bernard {n} /ˈseɪnt bərˈnɑrd/ (Saint Bernard breed of Dog)  :: San Bernardo {m} {f}
Saint George {prop} (Patron saint of England and several other places)  :: San Jorge {m}
Saint Helena {prop} (island, United Kingdom overseas territory in the Atlantic Ocean)  :: Santa Helena {f}
sainthood {n} (state of being a saint)  :: santidad {f}
Saint Kitts and Nevis {prop} /seɪnt ˌkɪts ænd ˈniː.vɪs/ (a country in the Caribbean)  :: San Cristóbal y Nieves
Saint Lucia {prop} /seɪnt ˈluː.ʃə/ (country in the Caribbean)  :: Santa Lucía
Saint Lucian {adj} (Of, or pertaining to, Saint Lucia or its culture or people)  :: santalucense
Saint Lucian {n} (Someone from Saint Lucia or of Saint Lucian descent)  :: santalucense {m} {f}
Saint Mary {prop} (the mother of Jesus Christ)  :: Santa María {f}
Saint Nicholas {prop} (Santa Claus) SEE: Santa Claus  ::
saintpaulia {n} (African violet) SEE: African violet  ::
Saint Petersburg {prop} (city)  :: San Petersburgo {m}
Saint Pierre and Miquelon {prop} (overseas territory of France)  :: San Pedro y Miquelón
Saint Valentine's Day {prop} (Saint Valentine's Day)  :: día de san Valentín {m}
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines {prop} /seɪnt ˈvɪnt.sənt ænd ðə ˌɡɹɛn.əˈdiːnz/ (country in the Caribbean)  :: San Vicente y las Granadinas
Saiva {n} (worshiper of Siva or practicer of Shaivism)  :: shivaísta
sake {n} (benefit)  :: bien {m} , gracia {f}
sake {n} (contention, strife; guilt)  :: gracia {f}
sake {n} (purpose or end; reason)  :: razón {f}, motivo {m} , gracia {f}
sake {n} /seɪk/ (cause, interest or account)  :: causa {f} , gracia {f}
sake {n} /sɑːkeɪ/ (Japanese rice wine)  :: sake
saker {n} /ˈseɪkə/ (falcon)  :: halcón sacre {m}
Sakhalin {prop} (island in Russia)  :: Sajalín {m}
Sakmarian {prop} (subdivision of the Permian period)  :: Sakmariense
sakura {n} (cherry blossom) SEE: cherry blossom  ::
sakura {n} (cherry) SEE: cherry  ::
sakura {n} (cherry tree) SEE: cherry tree  ::
salaam alaikum {interj} (Muslim greeting)  :: salam
salacious {adj}  :: salaz
salacious {adj} /səˈleɪʃəs/ (promoting sexual desire or lust)  :: salaz
salaciousness {n} (state or characteristic of being salacious)  :: salacidad {f}, lascivia {f}
salacity {n} (the state or quality of being salacious)  :: salacidad {f}
salad {n} /ˈsæləd/ (a food made primarily of a mixture of raw ingredients, typically vegetables)  :: ensalada {f}
salad bowl {n}  :: ensaladera {f}
salamander {n} (mythical creature)  :: salamandra {f}
salamander {n} /ˈsæləˌmændɚ/ (amphibian)  :: salamandra {f}
salamander {n} (small broiler)  :: salamandra {f}
Salamis {prop} (island in the Saronic Gulf)  :: Salamina {f}
salary {n} /ˈsæləɹi/ (fixed amount of money paid on monthly or annual basis)  :: salario {m}, sueldo {m}
salat {n} (Islamic prayer)  :: salat {m}
salbutamol {n} /sælˈbjuːtəmɒl/ (short-acting bronchodilator)  :: salbutamol {m}
sale {n} (sale of goods at reduced prices)  :: liquidación {f}, rebaja {f}
sale {n} /seɪl/ (exchange of goods or services for currency or credit)  :: venta {f}
saleable {adj} /seɪləbl/ (suitable for sale)  :: vendible
Salekhard {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Salejard {m}
Salerno {prop} (province)  :: Salerno
Salerno {prop} (town)  :: Salerno
salesman {n} (man whose job it is to sell things)  :: vendedor {m}
salesperson {n} (salesman or saleswoman)  :: vendedor {m}
sales pitch {n} (presentation to persuade a customer)  :: rollo publicitario
saleswoman {n} (woman whose occupation is to sell things)  :: vendedora {f}
salicylate {n} (any salt or ester of salicylic acid)  :: salicilato {m}
salicylic acid {n} (salicylic acid)  :: ácido salicílico {m}
saline {adj} /ˈseɪliːn/ (salty)  :: salino
salineness {n} (salineness) SEE: salinity  ::
salinity {n} (concentration of salt)  :: salinidad {f}
salinity {n} /seɪˈlɪnəti/ (quality of being saline)  :: salinidad {f}
salinize {v} /ˈsælɪnaɪz/ (become or render salty or saltier)  :: salinizar
saliva {n} /səˈlaɪvə/ (liquid secreted into the mouth)  :: saliva {f}
salivary {adj} /ˈsælɪˌvɛɹi/ (of or pertaining to saliva)  :: salival
salivary gland {n} (Any of exocrine glands producing saliva to break down carbohydrates in food enzymatically)  :: glándula salival {f}
salivate {v} /ˈsælɪveɪt/ (to produce saliva)  :: salivar
salivation {n} (process of producint saliva)  :: salivación {f}
sallet {n} (type of light spherical helmet)  :: celada {f}
sally {n} (willow) SEE: willow  ::
salmon {adj} (colour)  :: asalmonado, salmón
salmon {n} (colour)  :: salmón {m}
salmon {n} /ˈsɑmən/ (fish)  :: salmón {m}
salmon trout {n} (rainbow trout) SEE: rainbow trout  ::
salon {n} /səˈlɒn/ (large room)  :: salón {m}, sala {f}
saloon {n} /səˈlun/ (sedan) SEE: sedan  ::
salpinx {n} (Fallopian tube) SEE: Fallopian tube  ::
salsa {n} /ˈsɑl.sə/ (spicy tomato sauce)  :: salsa mexicana {f}, salsa picante {f}
salsatheque {n} (discotheque that only plays salsa music)  :: salsateca {f}
salt {adj} (saline)  :: salino
salt {adj} (salty)  :: salado
salt {n} (compound of an acid and a base)  :: sal {f}
salt {n} (salt marsh) SEE: salt marsh  ::
salt {n} /sɔlt/ (sodium chloride)  :: sal {f}
salt {v} (to add salt to)  :: salar
salt cellar {n} (container holding salt for use in the kitchen or on a dining table)  :: salero {m}
salt cod {n} (Cod that has been dried and salted)  :: bacalao
salted {adj} (to which salt has been added)  :: salado {m}
saltgrass {n} (Distichlis spicata)  :: grama salada {f}
saltine {n} (salty cracker)  :: galleta de soda {f}
saltiness {n} (property of being, or tasting, salty)  :: salado {m}
salting {n} (act of adding bogus evidence)  :: siembra de evidencia {f}
salting {n} (act)  :: salazón {f}
salting {n} (salt marsh) SEE: salt marsh  ::
saltire {n} /ˈsæl.taɪə/ (Saint Andrew's cross) SEE: Saint Andrew's cross  ::
salt marsh {n} (marsh of saline water)  :: saladar {m}, salina {f}, marisma salina {f}
salt of the earth {n} (a decent, dependable person)  :: sal de la tierra
salt shaker {n} (a small container designed to hold salt and facilitate sprinkling)  :: salero {m}
salt water {n} (brine) SEE: brine  ::
salty {adj} (containing salt)  :: salado {m}, salada {f}
salty {adj} /ˈsɒl.ti/ (tasting of salt)  :: salado
salty dog {n} (seadog) SEE: seadog  ::
salubrious {adj} /səˈluː.bɹiː.əs/ (promoting health)  :: salubre
Saluki {n} /səˈɫuki/ (Saluki breed of dog)  :: Saluki {m}, perro real de Egipto {m}
salutary {adj} /ˈsaljʊtəɹi/ (promoting good health and physical well-being)  :: saludable, bueno
salute {n}  :: saludo {m}, venia {f}
Salvador {prop} (male given name)  :: Salvador
Salvadoran {adj} (of or pertaining to El Salvador)  :: salvadoreño
Salvadoran {n} (a person from El Salvador)  :: salvadoreño {m}
Salvadorian {adj} (Salvadoran) SEE: Salvadoran  ::
Salvadorian {n} (Salvadoran) SEE: Salvadoran  ::
salvage {n} /ˈsælvɪdʒ/ (the rescue of a ship, its crew or its cargo from a hazardous situation)  :: salvamento {m}, rescate {m}
salvage {v} (To rescue)  :: rescatar
salvation {n} /sælˈveɪʃən/ (the process of being saved (religion))  :: salvación {f}
salve {n} /sælv/ (ointment, cream or balm)  :: ungüento {m}, pomada {f}, bálsamo {m}
salvo {n} /ˈsælvoʊ/ (concentrated fire from pieces of artillery)  :: salva {f}, andanada {f}
Salzburg {prop} (capital)  :: Salzburgo
Salzburg {prop} (state)  :: Salzburgo
samara {n} (winged indehiscent fruit of trees such as the ash, elm or maple)  :: sámara {f}
Samara {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Samara
Samaritan {adj} (of or relating to Samaria or the Samaritans)  :: samaritano {m}
Samaritan {n} /səˈmaɹɪt(ə)n/ (a native or inhabitant of Samaria)  :: samaritano {m}, samaritana {f}
samarium {n} (chemical element)  :: samario {m}
Samarkand {prop} (city in Uzbekistan)  :: Samarcanda, Samarkanda
samba {n} (Brazilian ballroom dance)  :: samba {f}
same {adj} /seɪm/ (not different as regards self; identical)  :: mismo
same {adj} (similar, alike)  :: mismo
same {pron} (something similar, something of the identical type)  :: mismo {m}
same {pron} (the identical thing)  :: mismo {m}
same old story {n} (the repetition of an annoying occurrence)  :: cantaleta {f}
same-sex marriage {n} (gay marriage) SEE: gay marriage  ::
same to you {phrase} (I wish to you what you have just wished to me)  :: igualmente
Sami {prop} (any of the languages of the Sami)  :: sami
samisen {n} /ˈsæmɪsɛn/ (shamisen) SEE: shamisen  ::
samlaw {n} (pedicab) SEE: pedicab  ::
Sammarinese {adj} (of, or pertaining to, San Marino)  :: sanmarinense {m} {f}
Sammarinese {n} (someone from San Marino)  :: sanmarinense {m} {f}
Samoa {prop} /səˈmoʊ.ə/ (Independent State of Samoa)  :: Samoa
Samoan {adj} (of or pertaining to Samoa)  :: samoano {m}, samoana {f}
Samoan {n} (person)  :: samoano {m}, samoana {f}
Samogitian {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to the region of Samogitia, or its people)  :: samogitiano
Samogitian {prop} (Baltic language spoken in Samogitia)  :: samogitiano
samogon {n} (moonshine) SEE: moonshine  ::
samovar {n} (metal urn with a spigot, for boiling water for making tea)  :: samovar {m}
Samoyedic {adj} (of or pertaining to these languages)  :: samoyedo
sampan {n} (Chinese boat)  :: junco {m}
samphire {n} (rock samphire)  :: hinojo marino {m}, perejil marino {m}
samphire {n} /sæm.ˈfaɪ.ə(ɹ)/ (marsh samphire)  :: salicornia {f}
sample {n} (cooking)  :: prueba {f}
sample {n} /ˈsæm.pəl/ (part taken for inspection)  :: muestra {f}, ejemplar {m}
sample {n} (statistics)  :: muestra {f}
sample {v} (to take or to test a sample or samples of)  :: samplear, muestrear
sampling {n} (process or technique of obtaining a representative sample)  :: muestreo
Samuel {prop} (male given name)  :: Samuel
samurai {n} /ˈsæm(j)əˌɹaɪ/ (feudal Japanese warrior)  :: samurái {m}
Sana'a {prop} (capital of Yemen)  :: Saná
San Antonio {prop} (Texan city)  :: San Antonio {m}
sanation {n} (act of healing or curing)  :: sanación {f}, cura {f}
sanatorium {n} (an institution that treats chronic diseases, and provides supervised recuperation and convalescence)  :: sanatorio {m}
séance {n} /ˈseɪˌɑns/ (a ceremony where people try to communicate with the spirits)  :: sesión espiritista {f}
San Cristóbal de La Laguna {prop} (city)  :: San Cristóbal de La Laguna
sanctify {v} /ˈsæŋk.tɪ.faɪ/ (to make holy)  :: santificar
sanctify {v} (to endorse)  :: santificar
sanctify {v} (to purify)  :: santificar
sanctimonious {adj} /ˌsæŋk.tɪˈmoʊ.ni.əs/ (making a show of being morally better than others, especially hypocritically)  :: mojigato, tartufo, pechoño {m}
sanction {n} (penalty, coercive measure)  :: sanción {f}, decreto {m}
sanction {n} /ˈsæŋkʃən/ (approval, by an authority, that makes something valid)  :: autorización {f}, aprobación {f}, decreto {m}
sanction {v}  :: sancionar
sanction {v} (to give authorization or approval to)  :: ratificar, autorizar, aprobar
sanction {v} (to penalize a state, especially for violating international law)  :: sancionar
sanctum sanctorum {n} (Holy of Holies)  :: sanctasanctórum {m}
sanctum sanctorum {n} (person's sanctuary)  :: sanctasanctórum {m}
sand {n} (beach)  :: playa {f}
sand {n} /sænd/ (finely ground rock)  :: arena {f}
sand {v}  :: lijar
sand {v} (to abrade with sand or sandpaper)  :: lijar
sandal {n} /sændəl/ (type of footwear)  :: sandalia {f}, chala {f} [Chile], chinela {f} [Bolivia]; (sandal with flat sole and crossed leather straps) chancleta {f}, caite {m} [Guatemala, Nicaragua], cutara {m} [Eastern Cuba], huarache {m} [Mexico]
sandal {n} (sandalwood) SEE: sandalwood  ::
sandalwood {n}  :: árbol de sándalo
sandalwood {n} /ˈsandəlwʊd/ (any of various tropical trees of the genus Santalum)  :: sándalo {m}
sandalwood {n} (the aromatic heartwood of the trees of the genus Santalum)  :: sándalo {m}
sandbag {n} (a bag filled with sand)  :: saco de arena {m}
sandbank {n} (ridge of sand)  :: banco de arena {m}
sandbathe {v} (to take a sand bath) SEE: dustbathe  ::
sandboarding {n} (activity resembling snowboarding but performed on sand)  :: sandboard {m}, sandboarding {m}
sandbox {n}  :: arenero {m}
sandbox {n} /ˈsændbɑks/ (box with sand for children)  :: arenero {m}
sandcastle {n} (a sculpture made of sand and resembling a miniature castle)  :: castillo de arena {m}
sand cat {n} (small wild cat)  :: gato de las arenas {m}, gato del desierto {m}
sand crab {n} (crab of the Hippoidea superfamily)  :: chanchito {m}, pulga del mar {f}
sand dune {n} (mound of windblown sand)  :: duna de arena {f}
sander {n} /ˈsændɚ/ (machine for sanding)  :: lijadora {f}
sanderling {n} (Calidris alba)  :: playero {m}, correlimos {m}
sandfly {n} (fly of Lutzomyia or Phlebotomus)  :: mosquito simúlido {m}, jején {m}
sandgrouse {n} /ˈsændˌɡɹaʊs/ (birds in the family Pteroclididae)  :: ganga {f}
sandhi {n} (a phonological process)  :: sandhi {m}
Sandinista {n} (member of the Sandinista National Liberation Fron)  :: sandinista {m-f}
sand martin {n} (bird)  :: avión zapador {m}, golondrina zapadora {f}
sandpaper {n} /ˈsændˌpeɪpɚ/ (paper coated with abrasive material)  :: lija {f}, papel de lija {m}
sandpaper {v} (to polish or grind a surface)  :: lijar
sandpiper {n} /ˈsænd.paɪpɚ/ (bird of the family Scolopacidae)  :: playero {m}, correlimos {m}
sandstone {n} /ˈsændˌstoʊn/ (sand/clay sedimentary rock)  :: arenisca {f}
sandstorm {n} (strong wind carrying clouds of sand)  :: tormenta de arena {f}
sandwich {n} (open sandwich) SEE: open sandwich  ::
sandwich {n} /ˈsæn(d)wɪtʃ/ (snack consisting of two slices of bread)  :: sándwich {m}, [Colombia, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Venezuela] sánduche, [Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela] sánguche, emparedado {m}, [Mexico] torta {f}, [Spain] bocadillo {m}
sandy {adj} (like sand)  :: arenoso {m}
sandy {adj} /ˈsændi/ (covered with sand)  :: arenoso
sane {adj} /seɪn/ (mentally healthy)  :: cuerdo
San Francisco {prop} /ˌsæn frənˈsɪskoʊ/ (San Francisco, California city)  :: San Francisco {m}
sanguine {adj} /ˈsæŋ.ɡwɪn/ (having the colour of blood; red)  :: rojo {m}, roja {f}, sanguíneo
sanguine {adj} (warm; ardent)  :: sanguíneo
sanguine {n} (blood red colour)  :: sanguíneo
sanguinolent {adj} /sæŋˈɡwɪnələnt/ (containing or tinged with blood)  :: sangriento, sanguinolento
sanitary {adj} (of health)  :: sanitario
sanitary napkin {n} (pad of cotton or other absorbent material)  :: compresa {f} [Spain], toalla sanitaria {f} [Latin America], Modess {f} [Venezuela, colloquial], toallita {f} [Argentina, colloquial]
sanitary towel {n} (pad of cotton) SEE: sanitary napkin  ::
sanitation {n}  :: higiene {f}, saneamiento {m}
sanitize {v} (to free from microorganisms)  :: sanear
San José {prop} (A city in California, USA) SEE: San Jose  ::
San José {prop} (the capital of Costa Rica)  :: San José {m}
San Jose {prop} /ˌsæn hoʊˈzeɪ/ (a city in California, USA)  :: San José
San Luis Potosí {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: San Luis Potosí {f}
San Marino {prop} /ˌsæn məˈɹi.noʊ/ (Republic of San Marino)  :: San Marino {m}
San Melchor Betaza {prop} (a municipality of Oaxaca, Mexico)  :: San Melchor Betaza
sans {prep} /sænz/ (without)  :: sin
San Salvador {prop} (capital of El Salvador)  :: San Salvador {m}
San Sebastián {prop} /ˌsæn ˌsɛbəsˈtjɑːn/ (coastal city of Spain)  :: San Sebastián
Sanskrit {prop} /ˈsænskɹɪt/ (language)  :: sánscrito {m}
Santa {prop} (Santa Claus) SEE: Santa Claus  ::
Santa Claus {prop} /ˈsæn.təˌklɑz/ (fictional figure)  :: Santo Clos [Mexico], Papá Noel [Spain], Viejito Pascuero [Chile], San Nicolas
Santa Cruz de Tenerife {prop} (city)  :: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Santa Fé {prop} (city)  :: Santa Fe
Santa Fe {prop} (capital city of New Mexico)  :: Santa Fe
Santiago {prop} (city in Chile)  :: Santiago {m}, Santiago de Chile {m}
Santiago de Chile {prop} (Santiago) SEE: Santiago  ::
Santiago de Compostela {prop} (city)  :: Santiago de Compostela {m}
Santiam berry {n} (a California blackberry and loganberry hybrid berry plant and its fruit)  :: mora santiam {f}
Santo Domingo {prop} (the capital city of the Dominican Republic)  :: Santo Domingo {m}, Santo Domingo de Guzmán {m}
Santonian {prop} (subdivision of the Late Cretaceous epoch)  :: Santoniense
saola {n} (ruminant)  :: saola {m}, buey de vu quang
sap {n} /sæp/ (juice of plant)  :: savia
sap {n} (slang: saphead)  :: simplon {m}
sap {v} (undermine)  :: zapar
sapling {n} (young tree)  :: pimpollo {m}, virgulto, arborelo, saviolo {m}
sapling {n} (youth)  :: pimpollo {m}, nene {m}, pive {m}, jovencito {m}, joven {m}, muchacho {m}, cabro {m}, chico {m}, huevón {m}
sapodilla {n} (fruit)  :: chicozapote {m} [Mexico, Guatemala], níspero {m} [Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela]
sapodilla {n} (tree)  :: chicozapote {m} [Mexico, Guatemala], níspero {m} [Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela]
saponify {v} (to convert into soap)  :: saponificar
saponin {n} (steroid glycoside)  :: saponina {f}
sapper {n} (one who saps; combat engineer)  :: zapador {m}
Sapphic {adj} /ˈsæf.ɪk/ (relating to the Greek poetess Sappho or her poetry)  :: sáfico, lesbio
Sapphic {adj} (sapphic) SEE: sapphic  ::
sapphire {n} (corundum)  :: zafiro {m}
sapphire {n} /ˈsæf.aɪ.ə(ɹ)/ (gem)  :: zafiro {m}
sapphism {n} /ˈsæf.ɪzm̩/ (lesbianism)  :: safismo
Sappho {prop} (Greek female name)  :: Safo
Sapporo {prop} (a city of Japan)  :: Sapporo {m}
saprophyte {n} /ˈsæprəʊfaɪt/ (organism that lives on dead organic matter)  :: saprofito {m}, saprofita {f}
saprophytic {adj} (Relating to saprophytes)  :: saprofito
sapsucker {n} /ˈsæpˌsʌkər/ (Sphyrapicus)  :: chupasavia {m}
sapwood {n} /ˈsapwʊd/ (wood just under the bark)  :: albura {f}, alburno {m}
Sara {prop} /ˈsæɹə/ (female given name) SEE: Sarah  ::
Saragossan {adj} (from Saragossa)  :: zaragozano {m}, zaragozana {f}
Saragossan {n} (someone from Saragossa)  :: zaragozano {m}, zaragozana {f}
Sarah {prop} /ˈsærə/ (given name from Hebrew)  :: Sara
Sarai {prop} (female given name)  :: Sarai
Sarajevan {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to, Sarajevo)  :: sarajevita
Sarajevan {n} (someone from Sarajevo)  :: sarajevita {m}
Saratov {prop} (city)  :: Sarátov {m}
sarcasm {n} /ˈsɑːkæzəm/ (derision, facetiousness)  :: sarcasmo
sarcastic {adj} (Having the personality trait of expressing sarcasm)  :: sarcástico
sarcastic {adj} /sɑːˈkæstik/ (Containing sarcasm)  :: sarcástico
sarcastically {adv} (in a sarcastic manner)  :: sarcásticamente
sarcoma {n} (type of malignant tumor)  :: sarcoma {m}
sarcomere {n} /ˈsɑɹ.koʊˌmɪɹ/ (contractile unit in a striated muscle's myofibril)  :: sarcómero {m}
sarcophagus {n} (coffin)  :: sarcófago {m}
sardine {n} (fish)  :: sardina {f}
Sardinia {prop} (island of Italy)  :: Cerdeña {f}
Sardinian {adj} (relating to Sardinia)  :: sardo {m}
sardonic {adj} /sɑɹˈdɑːnɪk/ (scornfully mocking)  :: sardónico {m}
sardonically {adv} (in a sardonic manner)  :: sardónicamente
Sargon {prop} (emperor)  :: Sargón {m}
sari {n} /ˈsɑː.ɹi/ (cloth)  :: sari {m}
sarin {n} (neurotoxin)  :: sarín {m}
Sarkozy {prop} (surname)  :: Sarkozy, Sarcosí
sarmentose {n} (monosaccharide)  :: sarmentosa {f}
sarong {n} /səˈɹɔːŋ/ (garment made of printed cloth wrapped about the waist)  :: sarong {m}, pareo {m}
SARS {prop} (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)  :: SRAS {m}
sarsaparilla {n} /ˌsæspəˈrɪlə/ (vine of the genus Smilax)  :: zarzaparrilla {f}
sartorial {adj} /sɑɹˈtɔɹ.i.əl/ (of or relating to tailoring or clothing)  :: sartorial
sartorius {n} /sɑːˈtɔː(ɹ).i.ʌs/ (anatomy: a muscle)  :: sartorio {m}
sash {n} (decorative length of cloth)  :: banda {f}, faja {f}
sashimi {n} /saʃɪmɪ/ (dish of slices of raw fish or meat)  :: sashimi
Saskatchewan {prop} /səˈskætʃ.əˌwɑːn/ (Province in western Canada)  :: Saskatchewan {m}
sasquatch {n} /ˈsæskwɒtʃ/ (a hairy humanoid creature)  :: Sascuache {m}
sass {n} /sæs/ (backtalk,sarcasm,cheek)  :: descaro
sassafras {n} (dried bark of the sassafras tree)  :: sasafrás {m}
sassafras {n} /ˈsasəfɹas/ (tree of the species Sassafras)  :: sasafrás {m}
sassy {adj} (bold and spirited; cheeky)  :: descarado
sassy {adj}  :: fresco
sassy {adj} (impudent)  :: insolente
sassy {adj} (lively)  :: vivaz, vivo, animado
sassy {adj} (vigorous)  :: vigoroso
Satan {prop} /ˈseɪtən/ (the Devil)  :: Satanás {m}, Satán {m}
satanic {adj} (relating to Satan)  :: satánico
satanical {adj} (satanic) SEE: satanic  ::
Satanism {n} (a religion founded by Anton Szandor LaVey)  :: satanismo {m}
Satanism {n} /ˈseɪtənɪzm/ (devil worship)  :: satanismo {m}
satay {n} /sæˈteɪ/ (dish)  :: satay {m}
satchel {n} /ˈsætʃəl/ (bag or case with one or two shoulder straps)  :: mochila {f}
sate {v} /seɪt/ (To satisfy; fill up)  :: saciar
satellite {n} /ˈsætəlaɪt/ (man-made apparatus designed to be placed in orbit around a celestial body)  :: satélite {m}
satellite dish {n} (parabolic antenna)  :: antena parabólica {f}
satiate {v} (satisfy)  :: saciar
satiate {v} (satisfy to excess)  :: saciar
satiety {n} /səˈtaɪ.ə.ti/ (state of being perfectly satiated)  :: saciedad {f}
satin {n} (cloth with a glossy surface and a dull back)  :: satén {m}
satire {n} (literary technique)  :: sátira {f}
satiric {adj} (satirical) SEE: satirical  ::
satirical {adj} (of or pertaining to satire)  :: satírico
satirically {adv} (in a satiric manner)  :: satíricamente
satisfaction {n} /sætɪsˈfækʃən/ (fulfillment of a need or desire)  :: satisfacción
satisfaction {n}  :: satisfacción {f}
satisfactorily {adv} (in satisfactory manner)  :: satisfactoriamente
satisfactory {adj} (adequate or sufficient)  :: satisfactorio
satisfied {adj} /ˈsætɪsfaɪd/ (in a state of satisfaction)  :: satisfecho {m}
satisfy {v} /ˈsætɪsfaɪ/ (to meet needs, to fulfill)  :: satisfacer
satisfying {adj} (that satisfies)  :: satisfactorio
satrap {n} /ˈseɪtræp/ (governor of a Persian province)  :: sátrapa {m}
saturate {v} (to become penetrated or soaked)  :: empapar
saturate {v} (to cause a substance to become inert by chemical combination with all that it can hold)  :: saturar
saturation {n} (chemistry: state of a saturated solution)  :: saturación {f}
saturation {n} (the act of saturating or the process of being saturated)  :: saturación {f}
saturation {n} (vividness of color)  :: saturación {f}, pureza {f}
Saturday {n} /ˈsætɚdi/ (day of the week)  :: sábado {m}
Saturn {prop} (planet)  :: Saturno {m}
Saturn {prop} /ˈsæ.tɝn/ (god)  :: Saturno {m}
saturnal {adj} (Of or pertaining to Saturn)  :: saturnal
saturnine {adj} /ˈsætəˌnaɪn/ (gloomy, depressed, dull)  :: saturnino {m}, saturnina {f}
saturnism {n} (lead poisoning) SEE: plumbism  ::
satyr {n} /sæt.ə(ɹ)/ (Greek mythology)  :: sátiro {m}
satyriasis {n} (uncontrollable sexual desire)  :: satiriasis {f}
sauce {n} (booze)  :: [Mexico] chupe {m}
sauce {n} /sɔs]/ (liquid condiment)  :: salsa {f}
saucepan {n} (deep cooking vessel)  :: cacerola {f}
saucer {n} /ˈsɔ.səɹ/ (small dish)  :: platillo {m}
Saudi {adj} (pertaining to Saudi Arabia)  :: saudí {m} {f}, saudita {m} {f}
Saudi {n} (person from Saudi Arabia)  :: saudí {m} {f}, saudita {m} {f}
Saudi Arabia {prop} (country in the Middle East)  :: Arabia Saudí {f}, Arabia Saudita {f}
Saudi Arabian {adj} (pertaining to Saudi Arabia)  :: saudí {m} {f}
Saudi Arabian {n} (person from Saudi Arabia)  :: saudí {m} {f}
sauerkraut {n} (a dish made by fermenting finely chopped cabbage)  :: chucrut {m}
Saul {prop} (male given name)  :: Saúl
Saul {prop} (original name of Paul)  :: Saulo
Saul {prop} /sɔːl/ (first king of Israel)  :: Saúl
sauna {n} /ˈsɔː.nə/ (sauna room or house)  :: sauna {m} {f}
sauna {v} (to use a sauna)  :: sauna {f}
saunter {n} (a leisurely walk or stroll)  :: paseo {m}
saunter {v} /ˈsɔntɚ/ (stroll or walk at a leisurely pace)  :: pasear
-saurus {suffix} (Denoting something having the qualities of a dinosaur)  :: -saurio {m}
sausage {n}  :: embutido {m}, chorizo
sausage {n} (sausage-shaped thing)  :: salchicha {f}
sausage {n} (small, uncooked)  :: salchicha {f}
sausage {n} /ˈsɔsɪd͡ʒ/ (for slicing)  :: embutido {m}, salchicha {f}, salchichón {m}
savage {adj} (Barbaric, not civilized)  :: salvaje
savage {adj} (Brutal, vicious or merciless)  :: salvaje
savage {adj} /ˈsævɪdʒ/ (Wild, not cultivated)  :: salvaje
savanna {n} (tropical grassland with scattered trees)  :: sabana {f}
savannah {n} /səˈvænə/ (savanna) SEE: savanna  ::
save {n} /seɪv/ (block that prevents an opponent from scoring)  :: parada {f}
save {prep} (except, with the exception of)  :: salvo, excepto
save {v} (accumulate money)  :: ahorrar
save {v} (economize)  :: ahorrar
save {v} (redeem or protect someone from eternal damnation)  :: redimir
save {v} (store for future use)  :: ahorrar, guardar, reservar
save {v} (to help someone to survive)  :: salvar, rescatar
save {v} (to write a file to a disk)  :: archivar, guardar, salvar
saving {n} /ˈseɪvɪŋ/ (something that is saved)  :: ahorros {m-p}
savings bank {n} (financial institution)  :: caja de ahorros {f}
savior {n} (a person who rescues another from harm)  :: salvador {m}
saviour sibling {n} (child with compatible tissue to treat a sick brother or sister)  :: bebé medicamento {m}
savor {v}  :: saborear
savory {adj} (Salty or non-sweet)  :: salado, de sal
savory {adj} /ˈseɪvəri/ (Tasty, attractive to the palate)  :: sabroso, apetitoso
savory {n} (herb of genus Satureja)  :: ajedrea {f}
savour {v} (savour) SEE: savor  ::
Savoy {n} (Savoy cabbage) SEE: Savoy cabbage  ::
savvy {adj} /ˈsæ.vi/ (well-informed and perceptive)  :: sabio
saw {n} (musical saw) SEE: musical saw  ::
saw {n} (sawtooth wave) SEE: sawtooth  ::
saw {n} (saying or proverb)  :: proverbio {m}, refrán {m}, dicho {m}
saw {n} /sɔ/ (tool)  :: sierra {f}
saw {v} (cut with a saw)  :: serrar
sawbones {n} (surgeon)  :: matasanos {m}
sawdust {n} (dust created by sawing)  :: serrín {m}, aserrín {m}
sawhorse {n} (a device used to temporarily raise and support pieces of material)  :: burro {m}
sawm {n} (fasting, abstention)  :: sawm {m}
sawmill {n} (machine, building or company)  :: aserradero {m}
sawtooth {n} (sawtooth wave) SEE: sawtooth wave  ::
saxifrage {n} (plant)  :: saxifraga {f}
Saxon {adj} (of Saxons, Saxony or Saxon language)  :: sajón
Saxon {n} (native or inhabitant of Saxony)  :: sajón {m}, sajona {f}
Saxon {n} /sæksən/ (member of Saxon tribe)  :: sajón {m}
Saxony {prop} /ˈsæksəni/ (state)  :: Sajonia
saxophone {n} /ˈsæksəfoʊn/ (a musical instrument of the woodwind family)  :: saxofón {m}, saxófono {m}
saxophonist {n} /ˌsækˈsɑ.fəˌnɪst/ (person who plays or practices with the saxophone)  :: saxofonista {m} {f}
say {v} (imperative: let's say)  :: digamos
say {v} /seɪ/ (to pronounce)  :: decir
say {v} (to communicate verbally or in writing)  :: decir
say {v} (to have a common expression)  :: se dice
say {v} (to indicate in a written form)  :: decir
say cheese {v}  :: di patata
say goodbye {v} (wish someone farewell upon their leaving)  :: despedirse
say grace {v} (say a prayer of thanks)  :: bendecir la mesa, dar gracias
saying {n} /ˈseɪɪŋ/ (proverb or maxim)  :: dicho {m}, proverbio {m}, refrán {m}
scab {n} (mange) SEE: mange  ::
scab {n} (scabies) SEE: scabies  ::
scab {n} /skæb/ (incrustation over a wound)  :: costra {f}, postilla {f}, grano {m}
scab {n} (strikebreaker) SEE: strikebreaker  ::
scabbard {n} /ˈskæbɚd/ (the sheath of a sword)  :: vaina {f}
scabies {n} /ˈ (an infestation of parasitic mites, Sarcoptes scabiei)  :: sarna {f}
scaffold {n} (platform for executions)  :: horca, patíbulo, cadalso
scaffold {n} /ˈskæfl ̩d/ (structure made of scaffolding, for workers to stand on while working on a building)  :: andamio
scaffolding {n} (system of tubes or poles used to support people and material)  :: andamiaje, andamio
scalability {n} (property of being scalable)  :: escalabilidad {f}
scalable {adj} (able to be changed in scale; resizeable)  :: escalable
scalable {adj} (capable of being climbed)  :: escalable
scalar {adj} (having magnitude)  :: escalar
scalar {n} (quantity with magnitude)  :: escalar {m}
scald {n} (burn with hot liquid)  :: quemadura {f}, escaldadura {f}
scald {v} /skɑld/ (to burn with hot fluid)  :: quemar, escaldar
scald {v} (to heat almost to boiling)  :: escaldar
scale {n} (assigning a magnitude)  :: escala {f}
scale {n} (device)  :: balanza {f}
scale {n} (dish of a balance)  :: platillo {m}
scale {n} (keratin pieces covering the skin of certain animals)  :: escama {f}
scale {n} (limescale) SEE: limescale  ::
scale {n} (ratio of distances)  :: escala {f}
scale {n} (series of notes)  :: escala {f}, gama {f}
scale {n} (size or scope)  :: escala {f}
scale {n} /skeɪl/ (ordered numerical sequence)  :: escala {f}
scale {v} (remove the scales of)  :: escamar
scale {v} (to climb)  :: escalar
scale model {n} (three-dimensional copy or representation of something)  :: maqueta
scalene {adj} (sides of different lengths)  :: escaleno
scales {n} (device for weighing goods for sale)  :: báscula {f}, balanza {f}
scalesia {n} (tree found in the Galápagos)  :: escalesia {f}, lechoso {m}
scallion {n} /ˈskæ.lɪ.ən]/ (Allium fistulosum)  :: escalonia
scallop {n} /ˈskæləp/ (mollusc)  :: vieira {f}; venera {f}, concha de peregrino {f}
scalp {n} (bed of shellfish) SEE: scaup  ::
scalp {n} /skælp/ (part of head where the hair grows)  :: cuero cabelludo {m}
scalp {v} (to remove part of the head)  :: descabellar
scalpel {n} /ˈskælpəl/ (small straight knife)  :: escalpelo {m}, bisturí
scalper {n} (one who sells tickets unofficially)  :: revendedor {m}, revendedora {f}
scaly {adj} (covered or abounding with scales; as, a scaly fish)  :: escamoso
scaly {adj} (resembling scales, laminae, or layers)  :: escuamiforme
scaly anteater {n} (pangolin) SEE: pangolin  ::
scam {n} /skæm/ (fraudulent deal)  :: estafa {f}, timo {m} (colloquial)
scam {v} (to defraud or embezzle)  :: estafar, timar
scamper {v} /ˈskæmpɚ/ (To run quickly and lightly, especially in a playful manner or in an undignified manner)  :: corretear
scan {v} (create a digital copy of an image using a scanner)  :: escanear
scan {v} (form a poetic metre)  :: escandir
scan {v} /skæn/ (examine sequentially)  :: escrutar
scandal {n} /ˈskændəl/ (incident that brings disgrace)  :: escándalo {m}
scandalous {adj} /ˈskændələs/ (wrong, immoral, causing a scandal)  :: escandaloso {m}
Scandinavia {prop} (Scandinavian Peninsula) SEE: Scandinavian Peninsula  ::
Scandinavia {prop} /skændɪˈneɪviə/ (Denmark, Norway, and Sweden)  :: Escandinavia {f}
Scandinavian {adj} (of Scandinavia)  :: escandinavo
Scandinavian {n} /ˌskændɪˈneɪviən/ (someone from Scandinavia)  :: escandinavo {m}
Scandinavian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula in Northern Europe, see also: Scandinavia)  :: Escandinavia {f}
scandium {n} /ˈskændiəm/ (chemical element)  :: escandio {m}
Scania {prop} /ˈskæniə/ (region of Sweden occupying the southernmost tip of the Scandinavian peninsula)  :: Escania
scanlation {n} (the process of scanlation)  :: scanlation {f}
scanner {n} (device which scans documents)  :: escáner {m}
scanner {n}  :: explorador {m}
scapegoat {n} /ˈskeɪpˌɡoʊt/ (a goat imbued with the sins of the people)  :: chivo expiatorio {m}
scapegoat {n} (someone punished for someone else's error(s))  :: cabeza de turco {f}, chivo expiatorio {m}
scaphoid {n} (scaphoid bone) SEE: scaphoid bone  ::
scapula {n} (large flat bone) SEE: shoulder blade  ::
scapular {n} /ˈskapjʊlə/ (a short cloak with an embroidered image of a saint)  :: escapulario {m}
scar {n} /skɑɹ]/ (a permanent mark on the skin sometimes caused by the healing of a wound)  :: cicatriz {f}, alforza {f}
scar {v} (to mark the skin permanently)  :: cicatrizarse
scarab {n} (symbol)  :: escarabeo {m}
scarce {adj} /ˈskɛɚs/  :: escaso
scarcely {adv} (by a small margin)  :: apenas
scarcely {adv} /ˈskɛɹsli/ (almost not)  :: apenas, difícilmente
scarcity {n} (an inadequate amount of something; a shortage)  :: carestía {f}
scarcity {n} (the condition of something being scarce or deficient)  :: escasez
scare {n} (minor fright)  :: susto {m}
scare {v} (to frighten)  :: asustar, atemorizar, espantar
scarecrow {n} /ˈsker.kroʊ/ (an effigy made to scare the birds away)  :: espantapájaros {m}
scared {adj} /skɛɹd/ (afraid, frightened)  :: asustado
scared shitless {adj} (terrified) SEE: scared stiff  ::
scare quote {n} (quotation mark used to provoke reaction)  :: cita de miedo {f}
scarf {n} (headscarf) SEE: headscarf  ::
scarf {n} /skɑː(ɹ)f/ (long garment worn around the neck)  :: bufanda {f}
scarlatina {n} (scarlet fever) SEE: scarlet fever  ::
scarlet {adj} (colour)  :: escarlata {m} {f}
scarlet {n} (cloth)  :: escarlata {f}, escarlatina {f}
scarlet {n} (colour)  :: escarlata {f}
scarlet fever {n} (streptococcal infection)  :: escarlatina {f}
scary {adj} /ˈskeəɹi/ (causing, or able to cause, fright)  :: alarmante
scathe {n} (harm; damage; injury; hurt; misfortune)  :: daño {m}, herida {f}, infortunio {m}
scathe {v} /skeɪð/ (injure)  :: herir
scathing {adj} (harshly or bitterly critical)  :: acre
scatter {v} (physics: to deflect)  :: desviar
scatter {v} /ˈskætɚ/ (to cause to separate)  :: dispersar
scatter {v} (to disperse)  :: dispersar
scatter {v} (to distribute loosely)  :: esparcir
scatterbrain {n} (flighty, disorganized or forgetful person.)  :: chorlito {m}, alocado {m}, atolondrado {m}, pajarón {m}
scatterbrained {adj} (absent-minded) SEE: absent-minded  ::
scattered {adj} /ˈskætɚd/ (Randomly distributed)  :: desperdigado, disperso, esparsido {m}
scaup {n}  :: porrón {m}
scavenge {v} /ˈskæv.ɪndʒ/  :: carroñear {f}
scavenger {n} (animal feeding on decaying matter)  :: carroñero {m}, carroñera {f}
scavenger {n} /ˈskæv.ən.dʒə(ɹ)/ (street sweeper)  :: barrendero {m}, barrendera {f}
scavenger {n} (Someone who scavenges, especially one who searches through rubbish for food or useful things)  :: reciclador {m}, reciclador de base {m}, [Mexico, Central America] pepenador {m}, [Chile, Argentina] cartonero {m}, [Venezuela, Argentina] excavador {m}, [Caribbean, Central America] buzo {m}
scenario {n}  :: escenario {m}
scenario {n} /sɪˈnɛəɹioʊ/ (outline of the plot of a dramatic or literary work)  :: escenario {m}
scene {n} (exhibition of passionate or strong feeling before others)  :: escena {f}
scene {n} (landscape, scenery) SEE: scenery  ::
scene {n} (place, time, circumstance, etc., in which anything occurs)  :: escenario {m}
scene {n} /siːn/ (the location of an event that attracts attention)  :: escena {f}
scene {n} (subdivision of an act)  :: escena {f}
scene {n} ((theater) the stage) SEE: stage  ::
scenery {n} /ˈsiːnəɹi/ (view, natural features, landscape)  :: paisaje {m}
scenery {n} (stage backdrops, property and other items on a stage that give the impression of the location of the scene)  :: decorado {m}
scenic {adj} (having beautiful scenery)  :: escénico
scent {n}  :: olor {m}
scent {n} (perfume)  :: fragancia {f}
scent {n} (sense of smell)  :: olfato {m}
scent {n} /sɛnt/ (distinctive odour or smell)  :: esencia {f}
sceptic {n} (sceptic) SEE: skeptic  ::
scepticist {n} (A skeptic.)  :: escepticista
sceptre {n} (ornamental staff)  :: cetro {m}
schadenfreude {n} /ˈʃaːdn̩ˌfʀɔɪ̯də/ (malicious enjoyment derived from observing someone else's misfortune)  :: alegría maligna {f}, satisfacción malévola {f}, regodeo morboso {m}, alegría de mal ajeno {f}
schedule {n} /ˈskɛ.dʒʊ(ə)l/ (time-based plan of events)  :: horario, itinerario {m}
schedule {v} (To plan an activity at a specific date or time)  :: programar
Scheherazade {prop} /ʃəˌherəˈzɑːd/ (a female name)  :: Scheherezade {f}
Scheldt {prop} (river)  :: Escalda {m}
schematic {adj} (relating to a schema)  :: esquemático
schematic {adj} /skɪˈmætɪk/ (sketchy, incomplete)  :: esquemático
schematically {adv} (in the manner of a schematic)  :: esquemáticamente
schematize {v} /ˈskiːmətaiz/ (organize according to a scheme)  :: esquematizar
scheme {n} (chart or diagram)  :: esquema {m}
scheme {n}  :: esquema {m}
scheme {n} (orderly combination of related parts)  :: esquema {m}
scheme {n} /skiːm/ (secret, devious plan)  :: ardid {m}, artimaña {f}, maquinación {f}, estratagema {f}, treta {f}, intriga {f}
schilling {n} (old currency of Austria)  :: chelín {m}
schism {n} (division within a religious body)  :: cisma {m}
schism {n} /ˈskɪzəm/ (split, division, separation, discord)  :: cisma {m}
schism {n} (split within Christianity)  :: cisma {m}
schist {n} /ʃɪst/ (crystalline foliated rock)  :: esquisto {m}
schistosomiasis {n} (various diseases)  :: esquistosomiasis {f}
schistous {adj} (schistose) SEE: schistose  ::
schizoaffective {adj} (combining symptoms of schizophrenia with those of bipolar disorder)  :: esquizoafectivo {m}, esquizoafectiva {f}
schizocarp {n} (dry fruit)  :: esquizocarpo {m}
schizophrenia {n} /skɪt.sə.ˈfrɛn.i.ə/ (illness)  :: esquizofrenia {f}
schizophrenic {adj} (of a person: afflicted with schizophrenia)  :: esquizofrénico
schizophrenic {adj} (of or pertaining to schizophrenia)  :: esquizofrénico
schizophrenic {n} (a person suffering from schizophrenia)  :: esquizofrénico {m}
Schlemm's canal {n} (channel in the eye)  :: canal de Schlemm {m}
Schleswig-Holstein {prop} (state)  :: Schleswig-Holstein
schmo {n} (schmuck) SEE: schmuck  ::
schnitzel {n} (a meat dish)  :: schnitzel {m}
schnoz {n} (schnozzle) SEE: schnozzle  ::
schnoz {n} (schnozzle) SEE: schnozzle  ::
schnozzle {n} (slang: human nose)  :: hocico {m}
scholar {n} (learned person)  :: erudito {m}, docto {m}, sabio {m}
scholar {n} /ˈskɑlɚ/ (specialist in a particular branch of knowledge)  :: erudito {m}, especialista, estudioso {m}, docto {m}, sabio {m}
scholarliness {n} (state or condition of being scholarly)  :: estudiosidad
scholarly {adj} (relating to scholars or scholarship)  :: erudito, universitario
scholarship {n} (knowledge)  :: erudición {f}, sabiduría {f}
scholarship {n} (study allowance)  :: beca {f}
scholar's mate {n} (checkmate which occurs after the moves 1.e4 e5 2.Qh5 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.Qxf7#)  :: mate del pastor {m}
scholasticism {n} /skəˈlæstɪˌsɪzəm/ (school of philosophy)  :: escolástica
school {n} (a department/institute at a college or university)  :: facultad {f}
school {n} (an institution dedicated to teaching and learning before college or university)  :: escuela {f}
school {n} (an institution dedicated to teaching and learning)  :: escuela {f}
school {n} (a particular doctrine)  :: escuela {f}
school {n} (college or university)  :: universidad {f}, facultad {f}
school {n} /skuːl/ (a group of fish etc.)  :: cardumen {m}, banco de peces
school {v} (educate, teach, or train)  :: educar, escolarizar
school bus {n} (transport for schoolchildren)  :: autobús escolar {m}
schoolchild {n} /ˈsku.əltʃaɪld/ (young person attending school or of an age to attend school)  :: escolar {m} {f}, (boy, or unspecified sex) alumno {m}, (girl) alumna {f}, colegiala {f}
school crossing attendant {n} (crossing attendant) SEE: crossing guard, lollipop man, lollipop lady  ::
schoolie {n} (schoolteacher) SEE: teacher  ::
schoolmate {n} (person who attended school with the subject)  :: condiscípulo {m}, condiscípula {f}, compañero de clase {m}
school shark {n} (Galeorhinus galeus)  :: cazón {m}, tiburón vitamínico {m}
school sores {n} (impetigo) SEE: impetigo  ::
schoolteacher {n} (schoolteacher) SEE: teacher  ::
schooner {n} /skuːnə(ɹ)/ (sailing ship)  :: goleta {f}, escuna {f}
Schrödinger's cat {prop} (thought experiment)  :: gato de Schrödinger {m}
schwa {n} /ʃwɑː/ (schwa)  :: schwa {m}
sciatic nerve {n} (large nerve)  :: nervio ciático {m}
science {n} (knowledge gained through study or practice)  :: conocimiento {m}
science {n} (particular discipline or branch of learning)  :: ciencia {f}
science {n} /ˈsaɪəns/ (collective discipline of learning acquired through the scientific method)  :: ciencia {f}
science center {n} (location where science is exhibited)  :: centro de ciencias
science fiction {n} /ˈsaɪəns fɪkʃən/ (fiction)  :: ciencia ficción {f}
scientific {adj} /ˌsaɪənˈtɪfɪk/ (of or having to do with science)  :: científico
scientifically {adv} (from a scientific perspective)  :: científicamente
scientifically {adv} (in a scientific manner)  :: científicamente
scientifically {adv} (methodically) SEE: methodically  ::
scientifically {adv} (using science or methods of science)  :: científicamente
scientifically {adv} (with regard to science)  :: científicamente
scientificity {n} (quality or state of being scientific)  :: cientificidad {f}
scientific method {n} (method of discovering knowledge)  :: método científico {m}
scientific name {n} (formal name)  :: nombre científico {m}
scientific notation {n} (alternative format)  :: notación científica {f}
scientific notation {n} (standard format)  :: notación científica {f}, notación índice estándar {f}
scientist {n} (one whose activities make use of scientific method)  :: científico {m}, cientificesa {f}, científice {m}
scientocracy {n} (members of an elite community of scientists)  :: cienciocracia
Scientology {prop} (belief system developed by L. Ron Hubbard)  :: cienciología {f}
scimitar {n} /ˈsɪmɪtɑːɹ/ (sword with curved blade)  :: cimitarra {f}
scion {n} ((detached) shoot or twig)  :: vástago, púa, hijuelo {m}
scion {n} (heir to a throne)  :: heredero
scion {n} /ˈsaɪ.ən/ (descendant)  :: descendiente
scissor {n} (one blade on a pair of scissors)  :: tijera {f}
scissoring {n} (lesbian sex)  :: tribadismo
scissors {n} /ˈsɪzɚz/ (tool used for cutting)  :: tijera {f}
scleroderma {n} (disease)  :: esclerodermia {f}
sclerosis {n} (abnormal hardening of body tissues)  :: esclerosis {f}
scoff {v} /skɔːf/ (to jeer; laugh at with contempt and derision)  :: burlarse
scold {n} /skoʊld/ (person who scolds, particularly a woman)  :: regañar
scold {v} (rebuke) SEE: rebuke  ::
scold {v}  :: regañar, retar, reñir
scoliosis {n} (condition in which there is abnormal lateral curvature of the spine)  :: escoliosis {f}
scoop {n} (amount held by a scoop)  :: cucharazo {m}, cucharada {f}
scoop {n} (news learned and reported before anyone else)  :: primicia {m}, chiva {f} [Colombia], tubazo {m} [Venezuela]
scoop {n} /skuːp/ (any cup- or bowl-shaped object)  :: cucharón {m}
scooter {n} (a child's foot-operated vehicle)  :: patineta {f}, monopatín {m}, patín del diablo {m}
scooter {n} (motor-scooter)  :: scooter {m}
scope {n} (device used in aiming a projectile)  :: mira {f}
scope {n} (scope of an identifier)  :: alcance, ámbito {m}
scope {n} /ˈskəʊp/ (breadth, depth or reach of a subject; a domain)  :: ámbito {m}
-scope {suffix} (suffix to name viewing instruments)  :: -scopio {m}
scorch {v} /skɔɹtʃ/ (to burn the surface of something so as to discolour it)  :: chamuscar
score {n} (musical composition in a format indicating how the composition is to be played)  :: partitura {f}
score {n} /skɔɹ/ (number of points earned)  :: tantos {m-p}, [Latin America] puntaje {m}, puntuación {f}
score {n} (twenty)  :: veintena {f}
score {v} (intransitive: to earn points in a game)  :: anotar, puntuar
score {v} (transitive: to earn points in a game)  :: anotar
score off {v} (to gain an advantage on somebody)  :: aplastar, dominar, humillar, mortificar, señorear, poder más que, joder
score off {v} (to scratch somebody out of a list or a group)  :: borrar, tachar, rayar, echar fuera, botar, mandar al carajo, mandar a la mierda, cancelar
scorer {n} (scorekeeper) SEE: scorekeeper  ::
scorn {n} (contempt, disdain)  :: desprecio {m}, desdén {m}, escarnio
scorn {v} /skɔɹn/ (to feel contempt or disdain for something or somebody)  :: despreciar {m}, desdeñar, menospreciar, escarnir
scorn {v} (to reject)  :: rechazar, escarnir
scorn {v} (to scoff or express contempt)  :: escarnir
scornful {adj} (showing scorn or disrespect; contemptuous)  :: despreciativo
Scorpio {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Escorpio
Scorpio {prop} /ˈskɔːrpɪoʊ/ (constellation) SEE: Scorpius  ::
scorpion {n} /ˈskɔːpɪən/ (any of various arachnids of the order Scorpiones)  :: escorpión {m}, alacrán {m}
scorpionfish {n} (fish)  :: pez escorpión {m}
Scorpius {prop} (astrological sign) SEE: Scorpio  ::
Scorpius {prop} /ˈskɔːrpɪəs/ (constellation)  :: Escorpión {m}
scorzonera {n} (black salsify) SEE: black salsify  ::
Scot {n} /ˈskɑt/ (a person born in or native to Scotland)  :: escocés {m}, escocesa {f}
Scotch crow {n} (hooded crow) SEE: hooded crow  ::
Scotch hands {n} (butter beaters)  :: manos escocesas
Scotch tape {prop} (adhesive tape) SEE: adhesive tape  ::
scoter {n} /ˈskəʊtə/ (bird)  :: negrón {m}, negreta {f}
scotfree {adv} (scot-free) SEE: scot-free  ::
scot-free {adv} /ˌskɑtˈfri/ (free of scot; free of tax)  :: desgravado,
Scotland {prop} /ˈskɑt.lənd/ (country in northwest Europe to the north of England)  :: Escocia {f}
Scots {prop} /skɒts/ (Lowland Scots language)  :: escocés {m}
Scots Gaelic {prop} (Scottish Gaelic) SEE: Scottish Gaelic  ::
Scotsman {n} /ˈskɑts.mən/ (a man from Scotland)  :: escocés {m}, escocesa {f}
Scotswoman {n} (a woman from Scotland)  :: escocesa {f}
Scottish {adj} (of a thing or concept)  :: escocés
Scottish {adj} /ˈskɑtɪʃ/ (of a person)  :: escocés {m}, escocesa {f}
Scottish {prop} (the people of Scotland)  :: escocés {m}, escocesa {f}
Scottish Deerhound {n} (Scottish Deerhound)  :: lebrel escocés {m}
Scottish Gaelic {prop} (The Gaelic language of Scotland)  :: gaélico escocés {m}
scoundrel {n} /ˈskaʊ̯ndɹəl/ (villain)  :: bribón {m}, canalla {m} {f}, bellaco {m}, villano {m}
scourge {n} (a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble)  :: azote {m}
scourge {n} (a whip often of leather)  :: flagelo {m}
scourge {v} (to strike with a scourge)  :: azotar, escoriare
scouring pad {n} (abrasive pad) SEE: scourer  ::
scouting {n} /ˈskaʊtɪŋ/  :: escultismo {m}
scowl {n} /skaʊl/ (wrinkling of the brows or face)  :: ceño {m}
scowl {v} (to wrinkle the brows)  :: fruncir el ceño {m}
scrabble {v} (to scribble) SEE: scribble  ::
Scrabble {prop} (board game with interlocking words)  :: Scrabble
scram {v} /skɹæm/ (go away)  :: irse, retirarse, marcharse
scramble {v} /ˈskɹæmbl̩/ (to move hurriedly to a location using all limbs against a surface)  :: gatear
scramble {v} (to mix food ingredients in a mix to be cooked into a loose mass)  :: revolver
scrambled egg {n} (dish)  :: [Mexico] huevos revueltos {m-p}, [Colombia] huevos pericos {m-p}, [El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica] huevos picados {m-p}
scrap {n} (discarded metal)  :: chatarra {f}
scrap {n} (leftover food)  :: sobras {f-p}, restos {m-p}
scrap {n} /skɹæp/ (small leftover piece)  :: resto {m}
scrap {v} (to dispose at the scrapyard)  :: desguazar, achatarrar
scrape {n} (awkward set of circumstances)  :: apuro {m}
scrape {n} (fight)  :: pelea {f}
scrape {n} (injury)  :: abrasión {f}
scrape {v} (injure by scraping)  :: arañarse
scrape {v} /skreɪp/ (draw an object along while exerting pressure)  :: raspar
scrapheap {n} (junkyard) SEE: junkyard  ::
scrapie {n} /ˈskɹeɪpi/ (A degenerative prion disease)  :: prurito lumbar {m}
scrapyard {n} (a junkyard, a place where scrap is stored, discarded or resold)  :: chatarrería {f}
scratch {n} (disruption or mark on a surface)  :: arañazo {m}
scratch {v} /skrætʃ/ (To rub a surface with a sharp object)  :: rascar
scratch {v} (To mark a surface with a sharp object)  :: arañar, rasguñar
scratch {v} (To rub the skin with rough material)  :: raspar
scratching post {n} (wooden post on which a cat scratches)  :: rascador {m}
scratch together {v} (collect small amounts) SEE: scrape together  ::
scrawl {v} (to write hastily or illegibly)  :: garrapatear
scrawl {v} (to write in an irregular or illegible manner)  :: garrapatear
scrawny {adj} (Thin, malnourished and weak)  :: enjuto, magro, escuálido
scream {n} /ˈskɹiːm/ (loud exclamation)  :: grito
scream {v} (to make the sound of a scream)  :: gritar
screamer {n} (bird of family Anhimidae)  :: aruco {m}, chavarrí {m}, chicagüire {m}
screech {v} /skɹitʃ]/ (make a screech)  :: rechinar, chirriar, estridular
screech owl {n} (Megascops)  :: autillo
screech owl {n} (Tyto alba)  :: lechuza blanca {f}
screed {n} /skɹiːd/ (smooth flat layer of concrete or similar)  :: losa {f}
screen {n} (basketball: offensive tactic)  :: pantalla {f}, bloqueo {m}
screen {n} (informational viewing area)  :: pantalla {f}
screen {n} (material woven from fine wires)  :: tamiz {m}, malla {f}
screen {n} /skɹiːn/ (physical divider)  :: mampara {f}, pantalla {f}, biombo {m}
screen {n} (stone classification device)  :: criba {f}
screen {n} (viewing area of a movie)  :: pantalla {f}
screen {v} (to filter)  :: filtrar, tamizar
screen {v} (to remove information)  :: filtrar
screencap {n} (screenshot) SEE: screenshot  ::
screenplay {n} /ˈskriːnˌpleɪ/ (script for a movie or a television show)  :: guion, script
screen printing {n} (printing method)  :: serigrafía {f}
screensaver {n}  :: protector de pantalla {m}, salvapantallas {m}
screenshot {n} (image of computer screen output)  :: pantallazo
screenwriter {n} (one who writes for the screen)  :: guionista {m} {f}
screw {n} (Archimedes screw) SEE: Archimedes screw  ::
screw {n} (backspin) SEE: backspin  ::
screw {n} (fastener)  :: tornillo {m}
screw {n} (ship’s propeller)  :: hélice {f}
screw {v} (to connect or assemble pieces using a screw)  :: atornillar
screw {v} (to have sexual intercourse with)  :: coger, culear
screwdriver {n} (drink)  :: desarmador {m} (Latin America), vodka con naranja {f} (Spain)
screwdriver {n} (tool)  :: destornillador {m}
screwed {adj} (beset with unfortunate circumstances)  :: jodido {m}, cagado, en el horno [slang informal]
screwed {adj} (slang: intoxicated)  :: del orto {m-f} [vulgar slang]
screw thread {n} (helical ridge or groove)  :: rosca {f}, filete {m}
screw you {interj} (a slightly politer version of "fuck you")  :: que te jodan
scribble {v}  :: garabatear
scribble {v} (to doodle)  :: garabatear, garrapatear
scribble {v} (to write or draw carelessly and in a hurry)  :: garabatear
scribe {n} (one who writes; a draughtsman)  :: escriba
script {n} (a system of writing)  :: escritura {f}
script {n} (procedure or program in computing)  :: script {m}, guion {m}
script {n} /skɹɪpt/ (writing; written document)  :: escrito {m}
script {n} (text of the dialogue and action for a drama)  :: libreto {m}, guion {m}
scripture {n} (any sacred writing or book)  :: escritura {f}
Scripture {n} (Bible) SEE: Bible  ::
Scripture {n} (Edda) SEE: Edda  ::
Scripture {n} (Koran) SEE: Koran  ::
Scripture {n} (Tanakh) SEE: Tanakh  ::
scriptwriter {n} (screenwriter) SEE: screenwriter  ::
scrivener {n}  :: escribano {m}, escribana {f}
scrivener {n} /ˈskɹɪv.ɛn.ə(ɹ)/ (professional writer)  :: amanuense, escribano
scrofulous {adj} (corrupt) SEE: corrupt  ::
scroll {n} /skɹoʊl/ (roll of paper or parchment)  :: rollo {m}
scroll {v} ((Computing) to change one's view of data on a computer's display)  :: desplazarse
scroll bar {n} (graphical widget)  :: barra de desplazamiento {f}
scrooge {n} /skɹuːdʒ/ (miserly person)  :: tacaño {m}, roñoso {m}
scrotal {adj} (scrotal)  :: escrotal
scrotum {n} /ˈskɹəʊtəm/ (the bag of the skin and muscle that contains the testicles)  :: escroto {m}
scrounge {n} (scrounger) SEE: scrounger  ::
scrounge {v} (To obtain something of moderate or inconsequential value from another)  :: gorronear
scrub {n} (cancellation) SEE: cancellation  ::
scrub {v} /skɹʌb/ (to rub hard)  :: fregar, tallar [Mexico], estregar, restregar
scruff {n} (scruff of the neck)  :: pescuezo {m}
scruff {n} /skɹʌf/ (loose skin at the back of the neck of some animals)  :: pescuezo {m}
scruffy {adj} /ˈskɹʌ.fi/ (untidy in appearance)  :: desaliñado
scrummage {n} /ˈskɹʌm.ɪdʒ/ (rugby formation of all forwards) SEE: scrum  ::
scrummaging machine {n} (scrum machine) SEE: scrum machine  ::
scruple {n} /ˈskɹuː.pəl/ (hesitation from the difficulty of determining what is right)  :: escrúpulo {m}
scrupulously {adv} /ˈskruːpjʊləsli/ (in a careful manner)  :: escrupulosamente
scrutinise {v} (scrutinize) SEE: scrutinize  ::
scrutinize {v} /ˈskɹuːtə.naɪz/ (to examine with great care)  :: escrutar, examinar, escudriñar
scrutiny {n}  :: escrutinio {m}
scrutiny {n} /ˈskɹuː.tɪ.ni/ (intense study)  :: escrutinio {m}
scrutny {n} (scrutiny) SEE: scrutiny  ::
scrutore {n} (escritoire) SEE: escritoire  ::
scuba diving {n} (underwater swimming)  :: buceo {m}
scuff {v} /skʌf/ (to scrape the feet while walking)  :: arrastrar {p}
scuffle {n} (Dutch hoe)  :: azada holandesa {f}
scuffle {n} (rough disorderly fight or struggle at close quarters)  :: riña {f}
scuffle {v} (to fight or struggle confusedly at close quarters)  :: reñir
scull {n} /skʌl/ (small boat)  :: yoleta {f}
sculpin {n} (small fish of the family Cottidae)  :: coto {m}
sculptor {n} /ˈskʌlptɚ/ (a person who sculpts)  :: escultor {m}, escultora {f}
Sculptor {prop} (constellation)  :: Sculptor
sculptress {n} (a woman sculptor)  :: escultora {f}
sculptural {adj} (of, pertaining to, or having characteristics of sculpture)  :: escultural
sculpture {n} (art of sculpting)  :: escultura {f}
sculpture {n} (work of art created by sculpting)  :: escultura {f}
sculpture {v} (to fashion into 3D figure)  :: esculpir
sculpture {v} (to represent in sculpture)  :: esculpir
scum {n} /skʌm/ (person or persons considered to be reprehensible)  :: canalla, escoria
scumbag {n} (condom) SEE: condom  ::
scupper {n} /ˈskʌp.ɚ/ (nautical: drainage hole)  :: imbornal {m}
scurvy {n} (deficiency of vitamin C)  :: escorbuto {m}
scutch grass {n} (Bermuda grass) SEE: Bermuda grass  ::
scuttle {n} /ˈskʌtəl/ (a small hatch or opening in a boat)  :: escotilla {f}
scuttle {v} (To deliberately sink a ship (often by order of the captain))  :: barrenar
Scutum {prop} (constellation)  :: Scutum
Scylla {prop} /ˈsɪlə/ (personification of the rock)  :: Escila
scythe {n} /ˈsaɪθ/ (farm tool)  :: guadaña {f}
scythe {v} (to cut with a scythe)  :: guadañar
Scythia {prop} /ˈsɪðiə/ (region of Central Eurasia)  :: Escitia {f}
Scythian {adj} (relating to Scythia or Scythians)  :: escita
Scythian {n} /ˈsɪðiən/ (an inhabitant of Scythia)  :: escita
Sczedrzik {prop} (Szczedrzyk) SEE: Szczedrzyk  ::
sea {n} /siː/ (body of water)  :: mar {m} {f}
sea anemone {n} (polyp)  :: anémona de mar {f}
sea bass {n} /ˈsiːbæs/ (salt-water fish)  :: lubina
seabird {n} (any bird that spends most of its time in coastal waters)  :: ave marina {f}
seaborgium {n} (chemical element with atomic number 106)  :: seaborgio {m}
sea cow {n} (marine mammal of the order Sirenia)  :: vaca marina {f}
sea cucumber {n} (sea cucumber)  :: holoturoideo {m}, pepino de mar {m}, cohombro {m}, carajo de mar {m}
seadog {n} (dogfish) SEE: dogfish  ::
seadog {n} (sailor accustomed to the sea)  :: [lit.: sea wolf] lobo de mar {m}
sea eagle {n} (Haliaeetus albicilla) SEE: white-tailed eagle  ::
seafarer {n} (one who travels by sea)  :: marinero {m}
seafarer {n} (sailor) SEE: sailor  ::
seafaring {adj} (fit to travel on the sea) SEE: seagoing  ::
seafood {n} (fish, shellfish, seaweed and other edible aquatic life)  :: marisco {m}
seagull {n} /ˈsiː.ɡʌl/ (bird of the family Laridae)  :: gaviota {f}
sea holly {n} (Eryngium maritimum)  :: cardo de mar {m}, cardo marino
sea horse {n} (fish)  :: hipocampo {m}, caballito de mar {m}
sea horse {n} (walrus)  :: morsa {f}
sea ice {n} (frozen seawater)  :: banquisa {f}, hielo marino {m}
seal {n} (pattern, design)  :: sello {m}
seal {n} (security against leakage)  :: sello {m}, sellador {m}
seal {n} /siːl/ (pinniped)  :: foca {f}
seal {n} (something designed to prevent liquids or gasses from leaking)  :: empaque {m}, cierre {m}, zapatilla {f}, junta {f}, empaquetadura {f}
seal {n} (something which will be visibly damaged when a container is opened)  :: sello {m}
seal {v} (to close securely)  :: sellar, hermetizar
seal {v} (to fasten (something) closed so that it cannot be opened without visible damage)  :: sellar, lacrar
seal {v} (to place a seal on (a document))  :: sellar
seal {v} (to place in a sealed container)  :: confinar, aislar, encerrar
seal {v} (to prevent people or vehicles from crossing (something))  :: cerrar, acordonar, aislar
sea lamprey {n} (animal)  :: lamprea marina {f}
Sealand {prop} (the Principality of Sealand)  :: Sealand, [officially] Principado de Sealand
sealed {adj} /siːld/ (preventing entrance)  :: sellado, cerrado
sea leopard {n} (Hydrurga leptonyx) SEE: leopard seal  ::
sea lettuce {n} (beach cabbage) SEE: beach cabbage  ::
sea lettuce {n} (sand lettuce) SEE: sand lettuce  ::
sea lettuce {n} (slender sea lettuce) SEE: slender sea lettuce  ::
sea level {n} (nominal height of the surface of the oceans above which heights of geographical features and aircraft flight levels are measured)  :: nivel del mar {m}
sea lily {n} (stalked crinoid)  :: lirio de mar {m}
sealing wax {n} /ˈsiːlɪŋ ˌwæks/ (wax formerly melted onto a letter to seal it)  :: lacre {m}
sea lion {n} (member of the Otariidae family)  :: león marino {m}
seam {n} (a line or depression left by a cut or wound)  :: cicatriz {f}
seam {n} (folded back and stitched piece of fabric)  :: costura {f}
seam {n} (suture)  :: sutura
seam {n} (thin stratum of mineral)  :: veta {f}
seaman {n}  :: marinero {m}
seaman {n} /ˈsiːmən/ (mariner or sailor)  :: marinero {m}, marinera {f}
seamanship {n} /ˈsiː.mənˌʃɪp/ (skill and knowledge used in handling a vessel)  :: marinaje {m}, marinería {f}, náutica {f}
seamless {adj} (Having no seams)  :: inconsútil {m} {f}
seamless {adj} (Without interruption; coherent)  :: ininterrumpido
seamount {n} (underwater mountain)  :: monte marino {m}
seamstress {n} (a woman who sews clothes professionally)  :: costurera {f}
sea oats {n} (Chasmanthium latifolium) SEE: river oats  ::
Sea of Azov {prop} /ˈsiː əv ˈɑːzɔv/ (sea)  :: mar de Azov {m}
Sea of Japan {prop} (Asian sea)  :: mar del Japón {m}
Sea of Marmara {prop} (a deep inland sea in north-western Turkey)  :: Mar de Mármara {m}
Sea of Okhotsk {prop} (sea)  :: mar de Ojotsk {m}
sea-parrot {n} (puffin) SEE: puffin  ::
seaplane {n} (an aircraft)  :: hidroavión {m}
seaquake {n} (earthquake under sea)  :: maremoto {m}
sear {n} (Part of a gun that retards the hammer until the trigger is pulled)  :: fiador {m}
sear {v} /sɪə(ɹ)/ (To char, scorch, or burn the surface of something with a hot instrument)  :: chamuscar
search {n} /sɝt͡ʃ/ (an attempt to find something)  :: búsqueda {f}
search {v} ((followed by "for") to look thoroughly)  :: buscar, sondear buscando
search {v} (to look throughout (a place) for something)  :: buscar, inspeccionar, cachear
search engine {n} (application that searches for data)  :: buscador {m}
searcher {n} /ˈsɜːt͡ʃə/ (One who searches)  :: buscador {m}
search warrant {n} (court order authorising the search of a place)  :: orden de cateo {f}, orden de registro {f}
seashell {n} (shell)  :: concha {f}
seashore {n} /siˈʃɔɹ/ (foreshore) SEE: foreshore  ::
sea-sickness {n} (seasickness) SEE: seasickness  ::
seasickness {n} /siːsɪk.nəs/ (a feeling of nausea caused by the motion of a ship)  :: mareo {m}
seaside {n} (the area by and around the sea)  :: mar
season {n} (a group of episodes)  :: temporada {f}
season {n} (part of year with something special)  :: temporada {f}, período {m}, época {f} (del año)
season {n} /ˈsizən/ (quarter of a year)  :: estación {f}
season {v} (to become mature)  :: madurar
season {v} (to flavour food)  :: adobar, aliñar, condimentar, sazonar
season {v} (to make fit for any use by time or habit)  :: habituar, acostumbrar, aclimatar
seasonably {adv} (at an opportune time)  :: tempestivamente
seasonal {adj} (of, related to or reliant on a season)  :: estacional
seasoned {adj} (experienced)  :: avezado {m}, avezada {f}
seasoning {n} (Cooking ingredient)  :: aliño {m}
season ticket {n} (ticket that is valid for all of the events in a series)  :: abono de temporada {m}
seat {n} (horizontal portion of a chair)  :: asiento {m}
seat {n} (location of a governing body)  :: sede {f}
seat {n} (part of an object or individual directly involved in sitting)  :: asiento {m}
seat {n} /siːt/ (place in which to sit)  :: asiento {m}
seat belt {n} (restraining belt)  :: cinturón de seguridad {m}
seat of government {n} (the centre of authority to govern)  :: sede de gobierno {f}, sede del gobierno {f}
sea turtle {n} (any turtle that inhabits oceans)  :: tortuga marina {f}
sea urchin {n} (any of many marine echinoderms of the class Echinoidea)  :: erizo de mar {m}
seawall {n} (Coastal defence in the form of an embankment)  :: dique {m}
seawater {n} (saltwater of a sea or ocean)  :: agua salada {f}
seaweed {n} (marine plants and algae)  :: algas {f-p}
sebaceous {adj} (of or relating to fat, sebum)  :: sebáceo
sebaceous gland {n} (gland of skin secreting sebum)  :: glándula sebácea {f}
Sebastian {prop} (given name)  :: Sebastián
seborrhea {n} (skin disorder)  :: seborrea {f}
sebum {n} (thick oily substance)  :: sebo {m}
secant {n} (in trigonometry)  :: secante {f}
secant {n} /ˈsiːkənt/ (in geometry)  :: secante {f}
secateurs {n} /ˈsɛk.əˌtɜː(ɹ)z/ (pruning shears) SEE: pruning shears  ::
secession {n} (The act of seceding)  :: secesión {f}
second {adj} /ˈsɛk.(ə)nd/ (second (numeral))  :: segundo {m}
second {adj} (that which comes after the first)  :: segundo {m}
second {n} (second gear)  :: segunda {f}
second {n} /ˈsɛk.(ə)nd/ (SI unit of time)  :: segundo {m}
second {n} (short, indeterminate amount of time)  :: momento {m}
second {n} (unit of angular measure)  :: segundo {m}
second {v} /ˈsɛk.(ə)nd/ (to assist, support, back)  :: apoyar
second {v} (to agree as a second person)  :: secundar
secondarily {adv} (of lesser importance)  :: segundariamente, secundariamente
secondary {adj} /ˈsɛkənd(ə)rɪ/ (succeeding first)  :: secundario
secondary school {n} (school)  :: secundaria {f}, escuela secundaria {f}
secondary smoking {n} (passive smoking) SEE: passive smoking  ::
second cousin {n} (grandnephew or grandniece of a grandparent)  :: primo segundo {m}, prima segunda {f}
second fiddle {n} (sidekick or subordinate; the role of such a person)  :: subordinado
second-guess {v} (to vet or evaluate)  :: evaluar
second-half {n} (second half) SEE: second half  ::
second hand {adj} (secondhand) SEE: secondhand  ::
secondhand {adj} (not new; previously owned and used by another)  :: de segunda mano
second-hand smoke {n} (smoke from cigarettes, that any person including non-smokers could breathe in)  :: fumador pasivo {m}
second last {adj} (penultimate) SEE: penultimate  ::
second lieutenant {n} (the rank below a lieutenant)  :: alférez {m}
secondment {n} (temporary transfer)  :: comisión de servicio {f}
second nature {n} (mindset)  :: segunda naturaleza {f}
second-person plural {n} (the linguistic category referring to multiple people being addressed by the speaker of an utterance)  :: segunda persona del plural {f}
second-person singular {n}  :: segunda persona del singular
second to last {adj} (penultimate) SEE: penultimate  ::
second wind {n} (renewed feeling of energy)  :: cambio de aire {m}
Second World {prop} (countries aligned with the East during the Cold War)  :: segundo mundo {m}
Second World War {prop} (World War II) SEE: World War II  ::
secrecy {n} (concealment)  :: secreto {m}
secret {adj} (being or kept hidden.)  :: secreto {m}
secret {n} /ˈsiːkɹɪt/ (knowledge that is hidden)  :: secreto {m}
secretariat {n} /ˌsɛkrəˈtέəri.ət/ (the office or department of a government secretary)  :: secretaría
secretary {n} (head of a department of government)  :: secretario {m}
secretary {n} (sagittarius serpentarius)  :: serpentario {m}
secretary {n} /ˈsɛkɹətɛɹi/ (person keeping records and handling clerical work)  :: secretario {m}, secretaria {f}
secretary {n} (type of desk)  :: escribanía {f}
secretary bird {n} /ˈsɛkɹəˌtɛɹɪ bɜːd/ (member of bird family)  :: serpentario {m}
Secretary of State {n} (government position)  :: Secretario de Estado {m} (US), Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores {m} (other countries)
secrete {v}  :: secretear
secrete {v} /sɪˈkɹiːt/ ((transitive) produce by secretion)  :: secretar
secretion {n} (act of secreting)  :: secreción {f}
secretion {n} (secreted substance)  :: secreción {f}
secretive {adj} (having an inclination to secrecy)  :: reservado
secretly {adv} /ˈsi.krə (in a secret manner)  :: secretamente, en secreto
secret police {n} (police operating outside normal boundaries of law)  :: policía secreta {f}
secret Santa {n}  :: amigo invisible {m}
secret service {n} (government organization)  :: servicio secreto {m}
sect {n} (religious movement)  :: secta {f}, culto {m}
section {n} (image that shows an object as if cut along a plane) SEE: cross-section  ::
section {n} ((military) A group of 10-15 soldiers lead by a non-commissioned officer and forming part of a platoon)  :: pelotón {f}
section {n} (part of a document)  :: sección {f}
section {n} (part, piece or subdivision of anything)  :: sección {f}
section {n} (science: thin slice of material)  :: sección
section {n} /ˈsɛk.ʃən/ (cutting, part cut out)  :: sección {f}
sector {n} (a field of economic activity)  :: sector
sector {n} (section)  :: sector
sector {n} (zone)  :: sector {m}
secular {adj}  :: seglar , secular
secular {adj} /sɛk.jə.lə(ɹ)/ (not specifically religious)  :: seglar, laico, mundano, secular
secularism {n} (The related political belief in the separation of church and state)  :: secularismo {m}
secularity {n} (state of being secular)  :: secularidad {f}
secure {adj} (Firm and not likely to fail; stable)  :: seguro, aplomado {m}
secure {adj} (free from anxiety or doubt; unafraid)  :: seguro, aplomado
secure {adj} (free from the danger of theft; safe)  :: seguro
secure {adj} (free from the risk of eavesdropping, interception or discovery; secret)  :: seguro {m}, confiable
secure {adj} (Free from the risk of financial loss; reliable)  :: seguro {m}, confiable {m}
secure {adj} /səˈkjɔɹ/ (free from attack or danger; protected)  :: seguro {m}, resguardado
security {n} (finance: proof of ownership)  :: certificado, documento, título de propiedad {m}
security {n} (finance: property temporarily relinquished)  :: prenda {f}
security {n} (organization or department responsible for providing security)  :: seguridad {f}
security {n} /səˈkjɔɹ.ɪˌti/ (condition of not being threatened)  :: seguridad {f}, confianza
security {n} (something that secures)  :: seguridad {f}, garantía
security {n} (something that secures the fulfillment of an obligation)  :: garantía, prenda, respaldo
Security Council {prop} (UN Security Council) SEE: UN Security Council  ::
security deposit {n} (amount of money paid in advance as security)  :: fianza {f}, caución {f}, garantía {f}
security service {n} (government organisation that aims to protect its nation and its secrets from enemies)  :: servicio de seguridad {m}
sedan {n} /səˈdæn/ (body style for cars)  :: sedán {m}, berlina {f}
sedative {adj} (calming, soothing, inducing sleep, tranquilizing)  :: sedante, sedativo
sedative {n} /ˈsɛdɘtɪv/ (an agent or drug that sedates)  :: sedante {m}, sedativo {m}
sedentary {adj} (not moving much; sitting around)  :: sedentario
sedentary {adj} (not moving, not migratory)  :: sedentario
sedge {n} /sɛd͡ʒ/ (any plant of the genus Carex)  :: carrizo {m}
sediment {n} /ˈsɛd.ɪ.mənt/ (collection of small particles)  :: sedimento {m}
sedimentary rock {n} (one of the major groups of rock that makes up the crust of the Earth)  :: roca sedimentaria {f}
sedimentology {n} (study of natural sediments)  :: sedimentología {f}
sedition {n} /sɛˈdɪ.ʃən/ (insurrection or rebellion)  :: sedición {f}
seditious {adj} (of, related to, or involved in sedition)  :: sedicioso {m}, sediciosa {f}
sedoheptulose {n} (heptose ketose)  :: sedoheptulosa {f}
seduce {v} (to win over or attract someone)  :: seducir
seduction {n} (act of seducing)  :: seducción {f}
seductress {n} (woman who seduces)  :: seductora {f}
see {n} (diocese)  :: sede {f}
see {v} /si/ (perceive with the eyes)  :: ver
see {v} (understand)  :: entender, ver
seed {n} (semen)  :: semen {m}
seed {n} /siːd/ (fertilized grain)  :: semilla {f}
seed {v} (to plant or sow seeds)  :: sembrar
seed grain {n} (seed corn) SEE: seed corn  ::
seedling {n} (young plant grown from seed)  :: pimpollo {m}
seed pit {n} (single, central seed)  :: hueso {m}, güito {m}, tito {m}
seedy {adj} (disreputable; run-down)  :: desacreditado, mala fama, mugriento, indecente
seedy {adj} (full of seeds)  :: semilloso
seedy {adj} (infirm; gone to seed)  :: endeble
seedy {adj} (suffering effects of hangover)  :: con resaca
seedy {adj} (untidy; unkempt)  :: desgreñado, desorganizado, despelotado
seeing {adj} /ˈsiːɪŋ/ (having vision; not blind)  :: vidente
seeing-eye dog {n} (seeing-eye dog) SEE: guide dog  ::
seeing is believing {proverb} (you need to see something to believe it)  :: ver para creer
seek {v} /siːk/ (to try to find)  :: buscar
seeker {n} (One who seeks)  :: buscador {m}
seel {v} (To blind) SEE: blind  ::
seem {v} /siːm/ (to appear)  :: parecer
seemingly {adv} (apparently) SEE: apparently  ::
seemliness {n} (the property of being seemly)  :: decencia {f}, ubicación {f}
seemly {adj} (appropriate)  :: ubicado, decente, adecuado
see off {v} (to defeat) SEE: defeat  ::
seep {n} (a seepage)  :: filtración
seep {n} /siːp/ (a place where water seeps out of the ground)  :: fuente {f}, emanación {f}
seep {v} (to ooze through pores)  :: filtrar, rezumar
seepage {n} (process)  :: filtración
seer {n} /siːɹ/ (someone who foretells the future)  :: vidente {m} {f}, adivino {m}, adivina {f}
seesaw {n} (movement)  :: balanceo {m}
seesaw {n} (structure)  :: balancín {m}, subibaja {m}
see stars {v} (experience flashing lights)  :: ver estrellas
seethe {v} /siːð/ (to boil vigorously)  :: hervir
see the forest for the trees {v} (to be overwhelmed by detail to the point where it obscures the overall situation)  :: no dejar los árboles ver el bosque
see through {v} (to recognize someone's true motives)  :: calar, penetrar, descubrir
see-through {adj} (translucent) SEE: translucent  ::
see-through {adj} (transparent) SEE: transparent  ::
see ya {interj} /ˈsiː.jə/ (see you) SEE: see you  ::
see you {phrase} (see you later)  :: nos vemos, nos veremos
see you later {phrase} (goodbye)  :: hasta luego, nos vemos, nos veremos, nos vemos pronto
see you later alligator {phrase} (Extended form of see you later)  :: hasta luego cocodrilo
see you soon {interj} (goodbye)  :: ¡hasta pronto!
segment {n} (circular segment) SEE: circular segment  ::
segment {n} (line segment) SEE: line segment  ::
segment {n} /ˈsɛɡmɛnt/ (length of some object)  :: segmento {m}
segment {v} (to divide into segments or sections)  :: segmentar
Segovia {prop} (city in Castile, Spain)  :: Segovia {f}
segregate {v} /ˈsɛgɾəgət/ (to separate)  :: segregar
segregation {n} /sɛɡɹəˈɡeɪ̯ʃən/ (setting apart or separation)  :: segregación {f}
segue {n} (an instance of segueing, a transition)  :: transición {f}
segue {v} /ˈsɛɡweɪ/  :: transición suave
Seine {prop} /seɪn/ (river of northern France)  :: Sena {f}
seism {n} (shaking of the earth)  :: sismo, seísmo
seismic {adj} /ˈsaɪzmɪk/  :: seismico
seismologic {adj} (relating to the field of seismology) SEE: seismological  ::
seismological {adj} (Relating to seismology)  :: sismológico
seismologist {n} (person who practices seismology)  :: sismólogo {m}
seismology {n} (the study of the vibration of the Earth's interior)  :: sismología {f}
seismometer {n} (device used by seismologists to measure seismic waves)  :: sismómetro {m}
sei whale {n} (whale of the rorqual family)  :: rorcual norteño {m}
seize {v} /siːz/ (grab)  :: agarrar, apoderarse de, apresar, aferrar
seize {v} (take advantage)  :: tomar, aprovercharse de
seize the day {v} (enjoy the present)  :: aprovecha el día
seize up {v} (machine stop working)  :: agarrotarse
seize up {v} (muscles stiffen)  :: agarrotarse
seizure {n} (act of taking possession, as by force or right of law)  :: apropiación {f}
seizure {n} (sudden attack or convulsion)  :: convulsión {f}
sejunct {adj} /sɪˈd͡ʒʌŋkt/ (separate) SEE: separate  ::
Selangor {prop} (western Malaysian state)  :: Selangor
selcouth {adj} (strange, rare, marvellous)  :: maravilloso, extraño, portentoso, asombroso
seldom {adv} /ˈsɛldəm/ (infrequently, rarely)  :: raramente, rara vez
select {v} (to choose one or more elements from a set)  :: seleccionar
selected {adj} (that have been selected or chosen)  :: seleccionado
selection {n} /səˈlɛkʃən/ (process or act of selecting)  :: selección {f}
selection {n} (something selected)  :: selección {f}
selective {adj} (choosy, fussy or discriminating when selecting)  :: selectivo
selective {adj} (of or pertaining to the process of selection)  :: selectivo
selective mutism {n} (inability to speak in certain social settings)  :: mutismo selectivo {m}
selen- {prefix} /sɛliːn—/ (moon)  :: selen-, seleno-
Selena {prop} (female given name)  :: Selena {f}
Selene {prop} /sɪˈliːnɪ/ (Greek moon goddess)  :: Selene
selenide {n} (compound in which selenium serves as an anion)  :: seleniuro {m}
selenide {n} (organic compound)  :: seleniuro {m}
Selenite {n} (inhabitant of the Moon) SEE: Lunarian  ::
selenium {n} /sɪˈliː.ni.əm/ (chemical element)  :: selenio {m}
selenographic {adj} (of or pertaining to selenography)  :: selenográfico
selenography {n} (scientific study of the moon)  :: selenografía {f}
selenologist {n} (one who is skilled, professes or practices selenology)  :: selenólogo {m}, selenóloga {f}, selenologista {m} {f}
selenology {n} /sɛliːˈnɒləd͡ʒɪ/ (the study of the moon and several satellites)  :: selenologia
Seleucia {prop} /sɪˈluːʃə/ (city)  :: Seleucia {f}
Seleucus {prop} /səˈl(j)uːkəs/ (Ancient Greek name)  :: Seleuco
self {n} /sɛlf/ (individual person as the object of his own reflective consciousness)  :: yo {m} [psychology], ser {m} [psychology]
self- {prefix} (of, by, in or with oneself or itself)  :: auto-
self-assured {adj} (confident on one's abilities)  :: seguro de si mismo {p}
self-awareness {n} (state of being self-aware)  :: autognosis {f}, autoconsciencia {f}
self-censorship {n} (act of censoring one's own work)  :: autocensura {f}
self-confident {adj} (confident in one's abilities)  :: seguro de sí mismo, seguro
self-conscious {adj} (aware of oneself as an individual being)  :: autoconsciente
self-conscious {adj} (socially ill at ease)  :: cohibido
self-conscious {adj} (uncomfortably over-conscious of one's appearance or behaviour)  :: cohibido
self-consciousness {n} (shyness, see also: Shyness)  :: timidez {f}, inseguridad {f}
self-consciousness {n} (The awareness of the self as an entity)  :: autoconsciente
self-control {n} (ability to control one's desires and impulses)  :: autocontrol {m}
self-criticism {n} (criticism of oneself)  :: autocrítica {f}
self-defense {n} ((law) Defense for oneself against violence)  :: defensa propia {f}
self-defense {n} (means of defending oneself from attack)  :: autodefensa {f}
self-denial {n} (action that sacrifices one's own benefit for the good of others)  :: abnegación {f}
self-deportation {n} (act of deporting oneself)  :: autodeportación {f}
self-destruction {n} (voluntary destruction of something by itself)  :: autodestrucción {f}
self-destructive {adj} (that causes injury to oneself or harm to one's interests)  :: autodestructivo
self-determination {n} (political independence of a people)  :: autodeterminación {f}
self-employed {adj} (working for oneself)  :: autónomo
self-employment {n} (working for oneself)  :: autoempleo {m}
self-esteem {n} /ˌsɛlf.ə.ˈstiːm/ (confidence in one's own worth)  :: autoestima
self-evident {adj} (obviously true)  :: autoevidente, lógico, evidente
self-help {n} (bettering oneself without relying on the assistance of others)  :: autoayuda {f}
selfie {n} /ˈsɛlfi/ (photographic self-portrait)  :: autofoto {f}, selfie {f}, selfi {f}
selfie {v} (to take a selfie)  :: selfiar
selfie stick {n} (extendable arm to hold a camera)  :: palo para autofoto, palo para selfies
self-immolation {n} (setting oneself on fire)  :: autoinmolación
self-improvement {n} (following a disciplined programme to improve one’s health or character)  :: superación personal, autosuperación
self-indulgent {adj} (exhibiting tendencies of self-indulgence)  :: decadente
selfish {adj} (regard for oneself above others' well-being)  :: egoísta
selfish {adj} /ˈsɛlfɪʃ/ (holding one's self-interest as the standard for decision making)  :: egoísta
selfishness {n} (quality of being selfish)  :: egoísmo {m}
self-learning {n} (learning done by oneself)  :: autodidactismo {m}
selfless {adj} (having, exhibiting or motivated by no concern for oneself; unselfish)  :: desinteresado
self-love {n} (regard for oneself)  :: amor propio {m}
self-made {adj} (of a thing, made by oneself instead of bought or taken over)  :: casero, hecho a mano, hecho en casa
self-medication {n} (medication of oneself without professional advice)  :: automedicación {f}
self-obsession {n} (preoccupation with self)  :: autoobsesión
self pollination {n} (self pollination) SEE: self-pollination  ::
self-portrait {n} (portrait of the painter who painted it)  :: autorretrato {m}
self-proclaimed {adj} (indicating a claim made by the person who benefits)  :: autoproclamado
self-raising flour {n} (flour)  :: harina con levadura {f}, harina leudante {f}
self-reliant {adj} (reliant upon one's self)  :: autosuficiente {m} {f}
self-respect {n} (knowledge of one's own worth)  :: autorespeto {m}
self-righteous {adj} (piously self-assured and smugly moralistic)  :: mojigato {m}, santurrón {m}, fariseo {m}
self-sacrifice {n} (giving up of one's own benefit)  :: autosacrificio {m}
self-service {n} (the practice of serving oneself)  :: autoservicio {m}
self-sufficiency {n} (condition of being self-sufficient)  :: autosuficiencia {f}
self-sufficient {adj} (able to provide for oneself independently of others)  :: autosuficiente
self-taught {adj} (educated by oneself) SEE: self-educated  ::
sell {v} (professional wrestling: to act)  :: actuar, fingir
sell {v} /sɛl/ (to agree to transfer goods or provide services)  :: vender
sell {v} (to be sold)  :: venderse, salir
sell {v} (to promote a particular viewpoint)  :: intentar, buscar
sell-by date {n} (date on which a product can be sold)  :: fecha de caducidad {f}, fecha de vencimiento {f}
seller {n} /ˈsɛlɚ/ (someone who sells)  :: vendedor {m}, vendedora {f}
selling point {n} (property or characteristic of a good that most attracts purchasers)  :: punto "vendible" {m}
sellotape {n} (adhesive tape) SEE: adhesive tape  ::
Sellotape {n} (adhesive tape) SEE: adhesive tape  ::
Selma {prop} /ˈsɛlmə/ (female given name)  :: Salma {f}
selvage {n} (finished edge of a woven fabric parallel with warp)  :: orillo {m}
semantic {adj} /sɪˈmæntɪk/ (of or relating to semantics or the meanings of words)  :: semántico {m}
semantic field {n} (group of words relating to same subject)  :: campo semántico {m}
semantics {n} /sɪˈmæntɪks/ (science of the meaning of words)  :: semántica {f}
semaphore {n} /ˈsɛ.mə.fɔː/ (visual signaling system)  :: semáforo
semaphore {v} (to signal using semaphore)  :: semáforo {m}
semelfactive {adj} (of or relating to the semelfactive aspect)  :: semelfactivo
semelfactive {n} (semelfactive aspect)  :: aspecto semelfactivo {m}
semelfactive aspect {n} (grammar aspect)  :: aspecto semelfactivo {m}
semen {n} /ˈsiːmən/ (male reproductory fluid)  :: semen {m}
semester {n} /sɪˈmɛstɚ/ (half of school year)  :: semestre {m}
semi- {prefix} /sɛmi/ (half (prefix))  :: semi-, hemi-
semiacetal {n} (hemiacetal) SEE: hemiacetal  ::
semibreve {n} (whole note)  :: semibreve {f}, redonda {f}
semicircle {n} (half of a circle)  :: semicírculo {m}
semicircular {adj} (in the shape of a semicircle)  :: semicircular {m} {f}
semicolon {n} /ˈsemikoʊlən/ (punctuation mark ';')  :: punto y coma {m}
semiconductor {n} (substance with electrical properties)  :: semiconductor {m}
semi-deponent {adj} (of a verb whose present system is normal but whose perfect system is deponent)  :: semideponente
semi-detached {n} (house)  :: adosado {m}
semifinal {n} (competition)  :: semifinal
semifinalist {n} (person who competes in the semifinals)  :: semifinalista {m} {f}
semifluid {adj} (having properties intermediate between liquids and solids)  :: semiflúido
semigroud {n} (semiheap) SEE: semiheap  ::
seminal {adj} (creative or having the power to originate)  :: germinal
seminal {adj} (highly influential)  :: influencial
seminal {adj} (of or relating to seed or semen)  :: seminal
seminal vesicle {n} /ˈsɛmɪnəlˌvɛsɪkl/ (seminal vesicle)  :: vesícula seminal {f}, glándula seminal {f}
seminar {n} (meeting held for the exchange of useful information)  :: seminario {m}
seminar {n}  :: seminario {m}
seminarist {n} (student at a seminary)  :: seminarista {m}
seminiferous {adj} (containing, bearing, or producing semen)  :: seminifero {m}, seminifera {f}
seminude {adj} (half-naked) SEE: half-naked  ::
semi-nude {adj} (seminude) SEE: seminude  ::
semiologist {n} /ˌsimaɪˈɒlədʒɪst/ (one who studies semiology)  :: semiólogo
semiology {n} (semiotics)  :: semiología
semiotics {n} (study of signs)  :: semiótica {f}
semipermeable {adj} (permeable to some things and not to others)  :: semipermeable {m} {f}
semiprime {n} (number that is the product of two primes)  :: semiprimo {m}, biprimo {m}
semiquaver {n} (music)  :: semicorchea {f}
semirural {adj} (transcending urbanity and province)  :: semirural
semis {n} (small bronze coin)  :: semis {m}
semi-skimmed {adj} (of milk, where half of the cream has been removed)  :: semidesnatado, semidescremado
Semite {n} /ˈsɛm.aɪt/ (descendant of any of these peoples)  :: semita {m} {f}
Semitic {adj} /sɛˈmɪ.tɪk/ (pertaining to the Semitic subdivision of Afro-Asiatic languages)  :: semítico
semitone {n} (interval between adjacent keys)  :: semitono {m}
semitransparent {adj} (allowing some visibility, but clouded)  :: semitransparente {m} {f}
semivowel {n} (sound in speech)  :: semivocal {f}, semiconsonante
semla {n} (pastry)  :: semla
semolina {n} (hard grains of flour left after milling)  :: sémola {f}
senarius {n} (senarius)  :: senario
senate {n} /ˈsɛnɪt/ (the upper house in some bicameral legislative systems)  :: senado {m}
Senate {prop} (legislative body)  :: senado {m}
Senate {prop} (Roman senate)  :: Senado {m}
senator {n} /ˈsɛn.ə.tɚ/ (member in the house or chamber of a legislature called a senate)  :: senador {m}, senadora {f}
send {v} /ˈsɛnd/ (make something go somewhere)  :: enviar, mandar
sender {n} /ˈsɛndɚ/ (someone who sends)  :: remitente {m} {f}
send off {v} (show someone a red card)  :: expulsar
send-up {n} /ˈsɛndˌʌp/ (satirical imitation)  :: parodia {f}
Seneca {prop} /ˈsɛnəkə/ (Roman cognomen)  :: Séneca {m}
Seneca {prop} (tribe)  :: seneca
Senegal {prop} (Republic of Senegal)  :: Senegal
Senegalese {adj} /ˌsɛ.nə.ɡəˈliːz/ (pertaining to Senegal)  :: senegalés {m}, senegalesa {f}
Senegalese {n} (person from Senegal)  :: senegalés {m}, senegalesa {f}
senescence {n} /sɨnˈɛsəns/ (biology: the state or process of aging)  :: senectud {f}, senescencia {f}
seneschal {n} (steward in charge of a medieval nobleman's estate)  :: senescal {m}
seneschalship {n} (office of a seneschal)  :: senescalía {f}
senile {adj} (exhibiting the deterioration in mind)  :: senil
senile {adj} (of, or relating to old age)  :: senil
senility {n} (the losing of memory and reason)  :: senilidad {f}
senior {n} (someone older than someone else)  :: señor
sensation {n} /sɛnseɪʃən/ (physical feeling)  :: sensación
sensationalism {n} (use of style and subject matter that is intentionally controversial, lurid, or attention-grabbing)  :: sensacionalismo {m}
sensationalist {adj} (characterized by sensationalism)  :: sensacionalista
sense {n} (conscious awareness)  :: sensación {f}
sense {n} (math: direction of a vector)  :: sentido {m}
sense {n} (math: direction of rotation)  :: sentido {m}
sense {n} (meaning or reason)  :: sentido {m}
sense {n} (natural ability)  :: sentido {m}
sense {n} (semantics term)  :: significado {m}, acepción {f}, sentido {m}, significación {f}
sense {n} /sɛn(t)s/ (method to gather data)  :: sentido {m}
sense {n} (sound judgement)  :: sentido {m}
sense {v} (to comprehend)  :: dar sentido
sense {v} (to instinctively be aware)  :: sentir
sense {v} (use biological senses)  :: sentir
sensei {n} /ˈsɛnseɪ/ (martial arts instructor)  :: sensei {m}
sense of humour {n} (quality of an individual to find certain things funny)  :: sentido del humor {m}
sense organ {n} (an organic sensor)  :: órgano del sentido
sensibility {n}  :: sensibilidad {f}
sensible {adj} /ˈsensəbl/ (acting with or showing good judgement)  :: razonable, sensato
sensibly {adv} /ˈsɛnsəbli/ (in a sensible manner; in a way that shows good sense)  :: prudentemente
sensitive {adj} (of an instrument)  :: sensible
sensitive {adj} (of a person, easily offended)  :: sensible, susceptible
sensitive {adj} /ˈsɛnsɪtɪv/ (responsive to stimuli)  :: sensible, sensitivo
sensitivity {n} (the ability of an organism or organ to respond to external stimuli)  :: sensibilidad {f}
sensitivity {n} (the degree of response of a film etc. to light of a specified wavelength)  :: sensibilidad {f}
sensitivity {n} (the degree of response of an instrument to a change in an input signal)  :: sensibilidad {f}
sensitivity {n} (the quality of being sensitive)  :: sensibilidad {f}
sensitize {v} (to make increasingly aware of)  :: sensibilizar
sensor {n} /ˈsɛn.sɚ/ (device or organ that detects certain external stimuli)  :: sensor {m}
sensorial {adj} (sensory)  :: sensorial
sensory {adj} /ˈsɛnsəri/ (of the senses or sensation)  :: sensorial, sensorio
sensualism {n} (doctrine: everything reduces to transformed sensation)  :: sensualismo {m}
sensuality {n} (state of being sensual, sensuous or sexy)  :: sensualidad {f}
sent {v} /sɛn̩t/ (past participle of "to send")  :: enviado
sentence {n} (grammatically complete series of words consisting of a subject and predicate)  :: oración {f}
sentence {n} (judicial order for punishment, conviction)  :: sentencia {f}, condena {f}
sentence {n} (punishment imposed on a person convicted of a crime)  :: sentencia {f}, punición {f}, condena {f}, pena {f}
sentence {n} /ˈsɛntəns/ (decision of a jury)  :: sentencia {f}, condena {f}
sentence {v} (declare a sentence on a convicted person)  :: sentenciar, condenar
sententious {adj} /sɛnˈtɛn.ʃəs/ (using as few words as possible)  :: conciso, lacónico, sucinto
sententious {adj} (tending to use aphorisms or maxims)  :: sentencioso
sententiously {adv} (in a sententious manner)  :: sentenciosamente
sentience {n} /ˈsɛnʃəns/ (state or quality of being sentient)  :: conciencia {f}, sensibilidad {f}
sentient {adj} (experiencing sensation, perceiving, thinking, or feeling)  :: sensible, con sentidos
sentient {adj} /ˈsɛn.ʃənt/ (conscious or aware)  :: consciente
sentiment {n} (a general thought)  :: sentimiento {m}
sentimental {adj} (characterized by sentiment, sentimentality or excess emotion)  :: sentimental
sentimentally {adv} (in a sentimental manner)  :: sentimentalmente
sentimental value {n} (value of something from associated personal memories)  :: valor sentimental {m}
sentinel {n} (A sentry or guard)  :: guarda {m}, centinela {m}
sentry {n}  :: centinela {m}
sentry-box {n} (booth)  :: garita
Senyera {prop} (flag of Catalonia)  :: señera
Seoul {prop} /soʊl/ (capital of South Korea)  :: Seúl {m}
Seoulite {n} (someone from Seoul)  :: seulés {m}, seulesa {f}
sepal {n} /ˈsiːp(ə)l/ (part of calyx)  :: sépalo {m}
separate {adj} (followed by "from": not together with)  :: separado
separate {adj} /ˈsɛp(ə)ɹət/ (apart from; not connected to)  :: separado
separate {v} (cause (things or people) to be separate)  :: separar, disgregar
separate {v} (disunite something from one thing)  :: separar
separate {v} (divide itself into separate pieces or substances)  :: separarse
separately {adv} (in a separate manner)  :: separadamente
separate the wheat from the chaff {v} (to select only that which is of value)  :: apartar el grano de la paja
separation {n} (act of disuniting two or more things)  :: separación
separatism {n} (separatism)  :: separatismo {m}
separatist {n} (political separatist)  :: separatista {m}
Sephardi {n} (Sephardi)  :: sefardí {m}
sepia {n} (pigment)  :: sepia {f}
sepia {n} /ˈsiːpɪə/ (cuttlefish)  :: sepia {f}
sepoy {n} /ˈsiːpɔɪ/ (A native soldier of the East Indies)  :: cipayo {m}
sepsis {n} (serious medical condition in which the whole body is inflamed)  :: sepsis
September {prop} /sɛpˈtɛmbəɹ/ (ninth month of the Gregorian calendar)  :: septiembre {m}
septet {n} (group of seven)  :: septeto {m}
septic {adj} (causing sepsis)  :: séptico
septic {adj} (of or pertaining to sepsis)  :: séptico
septicemia {n} (disease caused by pathogenic organisms in the bloodstream, characterised by chills and fever)  :: septicemia {f}
septic tank {n} (slang: Yank) SEE: Yank  ::
septillion {num} (a billion quintillion, 1042)  :: septillón
septillion {num} (a trillion trillion, 1024)  :: cuatrillón
Septuagint {prop} /ˈsɛptjuːəˌdʒɪnt/ (an ancient translation of the Hebrew Bible into Greek)  :: Septuaginta {f}
septum {n} /ˈsɛptəm/ ((anatomy) wall separating two cavities)  :: tabique {m}
sepulchral {adj} (hollow and deep)  :: sepulcral
sepulchral {adj} /səˈpʌlkrəl/ (suggestive of grave)  :: sepulcral
sepulchre {n} /ˈsɛpəɫkɚ/ (burial chamber)  :: sepulcro {m}
sequel {n} /ˈsiːkwəl/ (a narrative written after another narrative set in the same universe)  :: secuela
sequela {n} /sɪˈkwiːlə/ (a disease or condition which is caused by an earlier disease or problem)  :: secuela
sequence {n} /ˈsikwəns/ (set of things in a set order)  :: secuencia {f}
sequenced {adj} (whose sequence has been determined)  :: secuenciado
sequencer {n} (device that activates components according to a preplanned sequence)  :: secuenciador {m}
sequent {adj} /ˈsiːkwənt/ (that comes after) SEE: subsequent  ::
sequent {adj} (that follows on) SEE: consequent  ::
sequential {adj} (sequential)  :: secuencial
sequester {v} /sɪˈkwɛs.tɚ/ (to separate from all external influence)  :: separar
sequin {n} /ˈsiːkwɪn/ (Italian/Turkish coin)  :: cequí {m}, sequí {m}
sequin {n} (sparkling spangle used for decoration of ornate clothing:)  :: lentejuela {f}
sequoia {n} /səˈkwɔɪ.ə/ (tree)  :: secoya {f}
serac {n} (a sharp ridge of ice between crevasses of a glacier)  :: serac {m}
seraglio {n}  :: serrallo {m}
seraph {n} /ˈserəf/ (highest order of angels)  :: serafín
Seraphina {prop} (female given name)  :: Serafina
Serb {n} /ˈsɝb/ (person of Serb descent)  :: serbio {m}, serbia {f}
Serbia {prop} /ˈsɝ.bi.ə/ (a country in southeastern Europe)  :: Serbia {f}
Serbia and Montenegro {prop} (former country on the Balkan Peninsula)  :: Serbia y Montenegro
Serbian {adj} (pertaining to Serbia and Serbians)  :: serbio
Serbian {n} /ˈsɜː(ɹ)biːən/ (person from Serbia; see also Serb#Translations, see also: Serb)  :: serbio {m}, serbio {m}, serbia {f}
Serbian {n} (Serb) SEE: Serb  ::
Serbian {prop} (the standardized variety of Serbo-Croatian)  :: serbio {m}
Serbo-Croatian {adj} (pertaining to the Serbo-Croatian language)  :: serbocroata
Serbo-Croatian {prop} (South Slavic language)  :: serbocroata
Serbophile {n} (one who loves Serbia)  :: serbófilo {m}, serbófila {f}
sere {adj} /siːr/ (without moisture)  :: seco, marchito
serenade {n} /ˌsɛrəˈneɪd/ (serenade)  :: serenata {f}
serenade {v} (serenade)  :: dar serenata
serendipity {n} /ˌsɛ.rɛn.ˈdɪp.ə.ti/ (unsought, unintended... and/or learning experience that happens by accident)  :: serendipia {f}, serendipidad {f}, serendipicia
serene {adj} (peaceful, calm)  :: sereno
serenity {n} (lack of agitation)  :: sosiego {m}, tranquilidad {f}
serenity {n} (state)  :: sosiego {m}, tranquilidad {f}, serenidad
serenity {n} (title given to a prince or other dignitary)  :: excelencia {m}
serf {n} /sɝf/ (semifree peasant)  :: siervo {m}
serfdom {n} (feudal system)  :: servidumbre {f}
serfdom {n} (state of being a serf)  :: servidumbre {f}
sergeant {n} /ˈsɑrdʒənt/ (non-commissioned officer rank)  :: sargento {m}
Sergius {prop} (male given name)  :: Sergio {m}
serial killer {n} (person who commits multiple murders)  :: asesino en serie {m}, asesino serial {m}
seric {adj} /ˈsɛɹɪk/ (made of silk) SEE: silken  ::
series {n} (in analysis: sum of the terms of a sequence)  :: serie {f}
series {n} /ˈsɪɹiz/ (a number of things that follow on one after the other)  :: serie {f}
series {n} (television or radio program)  :: serie {f}
series finale {n} (the final episode of a television series)  :: conclusión de la serie
serigraphy {n} (screen printing) SEE: screen printing  ::
serin {n} (bird)  :: verdecillo {m}
serine {n} (nonessential amino acid; CH2OH.CH(NH2)COOH)  :: serina {f}
serious {adj} (important; weighty; not trifling; leaving no room for play)  :: serio
serious {adj} (really intending what is said; being in earnest)  :: serio
serious {adj} /ˈsɪɹiəs/ (without humor or expression of happiness)  :: serio
seriously {adv} /ˈsɪɹiəsli/ (in a serious or literal manner)  :: en serio
seriously {adv} (speech-act)  :: en serio
seriousness {n} (state of being serious)  :: seriedad {f}
sermon {n} /ˈsɝmən/ (religious discourse)  :: sermón
seropositive {adj} (testing positive for a given pathogen)  :: seropositivo
serotonin {n} /ˌsɛrəˈtʰəʊnɪn/ (the compound 5-hydroxytryptamine)  :: serotonina {f}
Serpens {prop} /ˈsɚːpənz/ (large summer constellation of the northern sky)  :: Serpens
serpent {n} (musical instrument)  :: serpentón {m}
serpent {n} /ˈsɝpənt/ (snake)  :: serpiente {f}, [archaic] sierpe {f}
Serpentarius {prop} (Ophiuchus) SEE: Ophiuchus  ::
serpentine {n} /ˈsɚːpəntaɪn/ (early form of cannon)  :: serpentín {m}
serpentine {n} /ˈsɝːpəntin/ (mineral)  :: serpentina {f}
serpentinite {n} (metamorphic rock)  :: serpentinita {f}
Serpukhovian {prop} (subdivision of the Carboniferous period)  :: Serpukhoviense
Serravallian {prop} (subdivision of the Miocene epoch)  :: Serravalliense
serum {n} (blood serum containing antibodies) SEE: antiserum  ::
serum {n} /ˈsɪɹ.əm/ (yellowish fluid obtained from blood)  :: suero
servant {n} (one who serves another, providing help in some manner)  :: servidor {m}
servant {n}  :: sirviente {m} {f}, criado {m}, criada {f}
servant {n} /ˈsɝvənt/ (one who is hired to perform regular household or other duties, and receives compensation)  :: sirviente {m}, criado {m}, mozo {m}, doméstico {m}, empleado {m}
serve {n} (AUS: portion of food) SEE: serving  ::
serve {n} /sɝv/ (sports: act of putting the ball or shuttlecock in play)  :: servicio {m}
serve {v} (military: to work or operate)  :: operar, cernir, cerner
serve {v} (religion: to obey and worship)  :: servir
serve {v} (sports: to lead off with first delivery (of the ball))  :: servir
serve {v} (to attend, supply the wants of)  :: servir
serve {v} (to be a servant)  :: sevir
serve {v} (to be of use)  :: servir, funcionar
serve {v} (to be subordinate to)  :: servir
serve {v} (to be suitor to)  :: servir
serve {v} (to bring food to)  :: servir
serve {v} (to perform duties)  :: desempeñar, servir
serve {v} (to spend time (of punishment))  :: servir
serve {v} (to treat (someone))  :: servir
serve {v} (to work for)  :: servir
server {n} (computing: a computer dedicated to running server programs)  :: servidor {m}
server {n} /ˈsɝvɚ/ (computing: a program which provides services to other programs or users)  :: servidor {m}
serve someone right {v} (happen to someone who deserves it)  :: estar bien hecho
serve someone right {v} (serves you right!)  :: ¡bien hecho!
serve time {v} (to be in prison) SEE: do time  ::
Servian {adj} (Serbian) SEE: Serbian  ::
Servian {n} (Serbian) SEE: Serbian  ::
service {n} (computing: function provided by one program or machine for another)  :: servicio
service {n} (economics: work performed)  :: servicio {m}
service {n} (sports: act of initially serving the ball)  :: saque {m}
service {n} /ˈsɝvɪs/ (practice of providing a service)  :: servicio {m}
service {v} (to serve)  :: servir
service à la française {n}  :: Servicio a la Francesa
service à la russe {n}  :: Servicio a la Rusa
service of process {n} (delivery of information providing notice)  :: diligencia de emplazamiento {f}
service of process {n} (effective notification of a lawsuit)  :: diligencia de emplazamiento {f}
service station {n} (gas station) SEE: gas station  ::
serviette {n} /ˌsɜː.vi.ˈɛt/ (napkin) SEE: napkin  ::
servile {adj} /ˈsər.vəl/ (of or pertaining to a slave)  :: servil
servile {adj} (submissive or slavish)  :: servil
servility {n} (condition of being servile)  :: servilismo {m}
serving {n} (portion of food)  :: porción {f}
serving {n} /ˈsɜːvɪŋ/ (the act of serving)  :: servicio {m}
servitude {n} (qualified beneficial interest)  :: servidumbre {f}
servitude {n} /ˈsɝvɪtud/ (the state of being a slave)  :: servidumbre {f}
servomechanism {n} (system)  :: servomecanismo {m}
sesame {n} (seed)  :: ajonjolí {m}
sesame {n} /ˈsɛsəmi/ (plant)  :: sésamo {m}
sesame oil {n} (oil extracted from sesame seeds)  :: aceite de sésamo {m}
sesquioxide {n} (oxide)  :: sesquióxido {m}
sessile {adj} (botany)  :: sésil
sessile {adj} (zoology)  :: sésil
session {n} (meeting of a body to conduct business)  :: sesión {f}
session {n} /ˈsɛʃən/ (period devoted to a particular activity)  :: sesión {f}
sesterce {n} /ˈsɛstɜːs/ (sestertius) SEE: sestertius  ::
set {adj} (ready, prepared)  :: listo {m}
set {n} (a series of, a group of)  :: serie
set {n} (badger’s home) SEE: sett  ::
set {n} (collection of various objects for a particular purpose, such as a set of tools)  :: batería {f}, juego {m}
set {n}  :: decorado {m}, plató {m}, juego {m}
set {n} (device for receiving broadcast radio waves; a radio or television)  :: aparato {m}
set {n} (group of people, usually meeting socially)  :: grupo {m}
set {n} (in tennis)  :: set
set {n} (matching collection of similar things, such as a set of tables)  :: juego {m}
set {n} (plural: set theory) SEE: set theory  ::
set {n} (scenery for a film or play)  :: escenario {m}, plató {m}
set {n} (set theory: collection of objects)  :: conjunto {m}
set {v} (of a heavenly body: to disappear below the horizon)  :: ponerse
set {v} /sɛt/ (to put something down)  :: poner, dejar, colocar
set {v} (to adjust)  :: ajustar
set {v} (to arrange with dishes and cutlery)  :: poner (la mesa)
set {v} (to determine)  :: establecer
set {v} (to devise and assign work)  :: asignar
set {v} (to introduce)  :: ambientar, presentar
set {v} (to sit) SEE: sit  ::
set {v} (to solidify)  :: solidificarse
seta {n}  :: pelillo {m}
set aside {v}  :: apartar (a un lado)
setback {n} /ˈsɛtbæk/ (obstacle)  :: contratiempo {m}
set foot {v} (to enter)  :: poner el pie
set forth {v} (to present for consideration)  :: tentar
set in motion {v} (to trigger movement, to get going)  :: poner en marcha
set list {n} (setlist) SEE: setlist  ::
set off {v} (To offset) SEE: offset  ::
set on {v} (to encourage someone, or an animal, to attack someone)  :: azuzar [dog]
set on fire {v} (arouse passionate feelings in)  :: encender, calentar
set on fire {v} (cause to begin to burn)  :: pegar fuego a, encender, alumbrar
set phrase {n} (idiomatic expression)  :: frase hecha {f} colocación {f}
set square {n} (flat triangular piece of plastic or other material used in technical drawing)  :: cartabón {m}, escuadra {f}
Setswana {prop} /sɛtˈswɑnə/ (Tswana) SEE: Tswana  ::
sett {n} /sɛt/ (paving stone)  :: adoquín {m}
settee {n} /sɛˈti/ (long seat)  :: sofá {f}
set-theoretic difference {n} (set-theoretic difference) SEE: relative complement  ::
set theory {n} (mathematical theory of sets)  :: teoría de conjuntos {f}
set the Thames on fire {v} (to achieve something amazing)  :: encender la pradera
setting {adj} /ˈsɛtɪŋ/ (that disappears below the horizon)  :: poniente
settle {v} /ˈsɛtəl/ (to determine, establish)  :: resolver
settle down {v} (to become quiet)  :: calmarse
settle down {v} (to establish a settled lifestyle)  :: establecerse
settlement {n} ((law) A disposition of property, or the act of granting it)  :: acuerdo {m}
settlement {n} /ˈset.l.mənt/ (A colony that is newly established; a place or region newly settled)  :: poblado {m}, asentamiento {m}
settlement agreement {n} (a contractual agreement between parties to actual or potential litigation by which each party agrees to a resolution of the underlying dispute)  :: conciliación judicial {f}
settler {n} (someone who settles in a new location, especially one who makes a previously uninhabited place his home)  :: colonizador {m}
settling {n}  :: decantación {f}, concho {m}
set up {adj} (in a position to function)  :: preparar
set up {v} (to arrange for an outcome)  :: construir
set up {v} (to cause to happen)  :: causar
set up {v} (to gel or harden)  :: fortalecer
set up {v} (to order logically)  :: causar
set up {v} (to ready something for use)  :: disponer
Sevan trout {n} (Armenian fish)  :: trucha de Sevan {f}
Sevastopol {prop} /ˌsɛvəˈstoʊpəl/ (city)  :: Sebastopol {m}
seven {n} (the figure seven)  :: siete
seven {num} /ˈsɛv.ən/ (cardinal number 7)  :: siete
seven deadly sins {n} (the cardinal sins)  :: siete pecados capitales {p}
seven hundred {num} /ˈsɛv.ən ˈhʌn.dɹəd/ (cardinal number 700)  :: setecientos {m}, setecientas {f}
seven hundred and fifty {n} (the figure 750)  :: setecientos cincuenta
seven hundred and fifty {num} (number)  :: setecientos cincuenta
sevennight {n} (period of seven consecutive days and nights) SEE: week  ::
seven o'clock {n} (the start of the eighth hour)  :: las siete
Seven Sages {prop} (the seven ancient Greeks)  :: Siete Sabios {m-p}
seventeen {num} /ˈsɛv.ən.tiːn/ (cardinal number)  :: diecisiete
seventeenth {num} /ˌsɛvənˈtiːnθ/ (ordinal number)  :: decimoséptimo
seventh {adj} /sɛv.nθ/ (ordinal form of the number seven)  :: séptimo {m}, séptima {f}; [abbreviations] {m}, {f})
seventh heaven {n} (state of great joy and satisfaction)  :: séptimo cielo {m}
seven thousand {num} (7,000)  :: siete mil
seventieth {adj} /ˈsɛvntiəθ/ (ordinal form of the number seventy (70))  :: septuagésimo
seventieth {n} (one of seventy equal parts of a whole)  :: setentavo
seventieth {n} (the person or thing in the seventieth position)  :: septuagésimo
seventy {num} /ˈsɛv.əɾ̃.i]/ (cardinal number)  :: setenta
seventy-eight {num} (78)  :: setenta y ocho
seventy-first {num} (ordinal number 71st)  :: septuagésimo primero
seventy-five {num} (75)  :: setenta y cinco
seventy-four {num} (74)  :: setenta y cuatro
seventy-nine {num} (79)  :: setenta y nueve
seventy-one {num} (71)  :: setenta y uno
seventy-seven {num} (77)  :: setenta y siete
seventy-six {num} (76)  :: setenta y seis
seventy-three {num} (73)  :: setenta y tres
seventy-two {num} (72)  :: setenta y dos
seven virtues {n} (seven virtues)  :: siete virtudes
sever {v} /ˈsɛv.ɚ/ (to cut free)  :: cortar, romper, tallar, tajar, truncar, recider, separar, secar, segar
several {determiner} /ˈsɛv(ə)ɹəl/ (consisting of a number more than two, but not very many)  :: varios {m-p}, varias {f-p}
several {determiner}  :: varios
severance {n} /ˈsɛv.ɹəns/ (severance payment) SEE: severance pay  ::
severance payment {n} (money paid to employee in case of layoff) SEE: severance pay  ::
severe {adj} (austere)  :: severo, austero
severe {adj} (strict or harsh)  :: severo
severe {adj} /sɪˈvɪə/ (very bad or intense)  :: severo, grave
severe acute respiratory syndrome {n} (form of pneumonia)  :: síndrome respiratorio agudo severo {m}
severely {adv} (in a severe manner)  :: severamente
severity {n} (degree of something undesirable; badness)  :: seriedad {f}, severidad {f}
severity {n} /səˈvɛɹɨti/ (state of being severe)  :: severidad {f}
Sevillan {adj} (from Sevilla)  :: sevillano
Sevillan {n} (someone from Sevilla)  :: sevillano {m}, sevillana {f}
Seville {prop} (city in Spain)  :: Sevilla {f}
Sevillian {adj} (from Sevilla)  :: sevillano
Sevillian {n} (someone from Sevilla)  :: sevillano {m}, sevillana {f}
sew {v} ((intransitive) use a needle)  :: coser
sew {v} /soʊ/ ((transitive) use a needle)  :: coser
sewage {n} (suspension of water and waste)  :: aguas residuales {f-p}
sewer {n} /ˈsoʊə/ (person who sews clothing)  :: costurero {m}, costurera {f}, cosedor {m}, cosedora {f}
sewer {n} /ˈsuɚ/ (pipes used to remove human waste and to provide drainage)  :: alcantarilla {f}, cloaca {f}, alcantarillado {m}
sewerage {n} (sewage) SEE: sewage  ::
sewing machine {n} (device)  :: máquina de coser
sewn {v} /soʊn/ (past participle of sew)  :: cosido
sex {n} (gender (female or male))  :: sexo {m}, género {m}
sex {n} /sɛks/ (act of sexual intercourse)  :: relaciones sexuales {f-p}, sexo {m}, [attributive] sexual {m} {f}
sex {v} (to determine the sex of)  :: sexar
sex appeal {n} (sexual attractiveness)  :: atracción sexual {f}
sex bomb {n} (someone highly sexy)  :: bomba sexual {f}
sex change {n} (surgical or hormonal modification of a person's biological gender)  :: cambio de sexo {m}
sex drive {n} (tendency to engage in sexual activity)  :: libido {m}
sex education {n} (sex education)  :: educación sexual {f}
sex gland {n} (gland in which sex cells are produced) SEE: gonad  ::
sex hormone {n} (hormones involved in puberty, arousal, and sex drive)  :: hormonas de sexo {f}
sexism {n} /ˈsɛksɪzm̩/ (gender discrimination or dislike)  :: sexismo {m}
sexist {adj} (unfairly against one sex in favour of the other)  :: sexista
sexist {n} /ˈsɛksɪst/ (a person who discriminates on grounds of sex)  :: sexista {m} {f}
sexology {n} (The study of sex and sexuality)  :: sexología {f}
sex ratio {n}  :: razón de sexo
sex shop {n} (shop that sells sexual merchandise)  :: sex shop {m}
sex strike {n} (a strike, in which one or multiple persons refrain from sex with their partner(s) to achieve certain goals)  :: huelga sexual
Sextans {prop} (dim spring constellation of the northern sky)  :: Sextante {m}
sextant {n} /ˈsɛkstənt/ (navigational instrument)  :: sextante {m}
sextet {n} (any group of six people)  :: sexteto {m}
sextet {n} (composition for six voices or instruments)  :: sexteto {m}
sextillion {num} (a million quintillion, 1036)  :: sextillón
sextillion {num} (a trillion billion, 1021)  :: mil trillones
sexting {v} /ˈsɛkstɪŋ/ (sending sexually explicit text messages or photographs between cell phones)  :: sextear, mandar textos sexuales
sexton {n} /ˈsɛkstən/ (church official)  :: sacristán {m}
sex tourism {n} (travel for sex)  :: turismo sexual {m}
sex toy {n} (sex aid)  :: juguete sexual {m}
sexual {adj} /ˈsɛkʃuəl/ (of or relating to having sex)  :: sexual
sexual {adj}  :: sexual
sexual act {n} (sex act) SEE: sex act  ::
sexual appetite {n} (sexual desire)  :: apetito sexual
sexual cannibalism {n} (sexual cannibalism)  :: canibalismo sexual {m}
sexual fraternization {n} (sexual relations)  :: relación sexual {f}
sexual harassment {n} /ˌsɛkʃuəlhəˈɹæsmənt/ (sexual harassment)  :: acoso sexual {m}
sexual intercourse {n} (sexual interaction)  :: coito {m}, relación sexual {f}
sexuality {n} (concern with or interest in sexual activity)  :: sexualidad {f}
sexuality {n} (sexual activity)  :: sexualidad {f}
sexuality {n}  :: sexualidad {f}
sexuality {n} (sexual orientation) SEE: sexual orientation  ::
sexualization {n}  :: sexualización {f}
sexually {adv} (in a sexual manner)  :: sexualmente
sexually {adv} (with respect to intercourse)  :: sexualmente
sexually transmitted disease {n} (disease contracted through sexual contact)  :: infección de transmisión sexual {f}, enfermedad de transmisión sexual {f}
sexual minority {n} (those outside mainstream sexual expression)  :: minoría sexual {f}
sexual orientation {n} (sexual orientation)  :: orientación sexual {f}
sexual predator {n} (person seen as threatening for wanting sex)  :: acosador sexual
sexual relation {n} (behaviour of a sexual nature)  :: relación sexual {f}
sexual reproduction {n} (process whereby a new organism created by combining the genetic material of two organisms)  :: reproducción sexual
sexual slavery {n} (criminal activity)  :: trata de blancas {f}
sexual tension {n} (tension between two individuals due to physical attraction)  :: tensión sexual {f}
sex worker {n} (person who supplies sexual services for money)  :: trabajadora sexual {f}, trabajador sexual {m}, trabajadores sexuales {m-p}, trabajadoras sexuales {f-p}
sexy {adj} /ˈsɛksi/ (having sexual appeal)  :: sexy
sexy {adj} (slang: very attractive or appealing)  :: sexy
Seychelles {prop} /seɪˈʃɛlz/ (country in East Africa)  :: Seychelles {f-p}
Seychellois {adj} (from, or pertaining to, the Seychelles)  :: seychellense {m} {f}
Seychellois {n} (Someone from the Seychelles of Seychellois descent)  :: seychellense {m} {f}
shabby {adj} /ˈʃæb.i/ (torn or worn; poor; mean; ragged)  :: raído {m}, zarrapastroso
shack {n} /ʃæk/ (crude hut)  :: [Colombia] cambuche {m}, [Panama] casa bruja {m}, [Spain] chabola {f}, [El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua] champa {f}, [Mexico] jacal {m}, [Argentina, Venezuela] rancho {m}, [Costa Rica] tugurio {m}
shackle {n} (a U-shaped piece of metal)  :: grillete {m}
shackle {n} (restraint fit over an appendage)  :: grillete {m}, grillos {m-p}
shackle {n} (stubble) SEE: stubble  ::
shackles {n} (paired wrist or ankle restraints)  :: grillete {m}
shad {n} /ʃæd/ (fishes of the herring family)  :: alosa {f}, sábalo {m}
shadbush {n} (serviceberry) SEE: serviceberry  ::
shade {n} /ʃeɪd/ (darkness where light is blocked)  :: sombra {f}
shade {n} (something that blocks light, particularly in a window)  :: persiana {f}
shade {n} (variety of color)  :: umbral {m}, tono {m}, matiz {m}
shade {v} (to alter slightly)  :: matizar
shade {v} (to darken)  :: oscurecer
shade {v} (to shield from light)  :: sombrear
shadoof {n} (device used to gather water)  :: cigüeñal {m}, cigoñal {m}
shadow {n} /ˈʃædoʊ/ (dark image projected onto a surface)  :: sombra {f}
shadow-box {n} (diorama) SEE: diorama  ::
shadowbox {n} (diorama) SEE: diorama  ::
shadow-box {v} (shadowbox) SEE: shadowbox  ::
shadow of a doubt {n} (any doubt or hesitation)  :: sombra de duda
shady {adj} (causing shade)  :: umbrío
shady {adj} /ˈʃeɪdi/ (abounding in shades)  :: umbroso
shaft {n} /ʃæft/ (long narrow body of spear or arrow)  :: asta {f}, astil {m} [arrow]
shaft {n}  :: barra {f}, caña {f}, [4] cañón {m}, eje {m}, , [5] mango {m}
shaft {n} (beam or ray of light)  :: haz {m}, rayo {m}
shaft {n} (long passage sunk into the earth)  :: pozo {m}
shaft {n} (main axis of a feather)  :: raquis {m}
shaft {n} (the shaft of the penis)  :: tronco {m}
shaft {n} (ventilation or heating conduit)  :: ducto {m}
shaft {n} (vertical passage housing a lift)  :: hueco {m}, pozo {m}
shag {n} /ʃæɡ/ (sea bird)  :: cormorán {m}, cormorán moñudo {m}
shaggy {adj} /ˈʃæɡi/ (rough with long or thick hair, fur or wool; unshaven, ungroomed, or unbrushed)  :: pelo largo {m}, pelo despeinado {m}, pelo suelto {m}, chascón [Chile, Bolivia], greñudo, desgreñado
shah {n} (king of Persia)  :: sah {m}
shahada {n} (Islamic declaration of belief)  :: shahada {f}
shaheed {n} (martyr) SEE: martyr  ::
shake {n} (beverage made of ice cream and carbonated drink) SEE: float  ::
shake {n} (milkshake)  :: batido
shake {v}  :: agitar, sacudir
shake {v} /ˈʃeɪk/ (transitive: to cause to move)  :: agitar, sacudir
shake {v} (transitive: to disturb emotionally)  :: agitar
shake off {v} (to remove by shaking)  :: sacudir
Shakespeare {prop} (English playwright)  :: Shakespeare
Shakespearean {adj} /ʃeɪkˈspiɹiən/ (pertaining to Shakespeare or his works)  :: shakespeariano
shale {n} (sedimentary rock)  :: esquisto {m}, pizarra {f}
shale {n} (shell, husk, cod, pod)  :: cáscara, vaina
shall {v} /ˈʃæl/ (indicating the simple future tense)  :: shall followed by the infinitive is translated using the future tense
shall {v} (indicating the simple future tense)  :: I shall sing tomorrow - Cantaré mañana
shallot {n} /ˈʃælət/ (vegetable in the onion family)  :: chalota {f}
shallow {adj} /ˈʃæl.oʊ/ (having little depth and significantly less deep than wide)  :: poco profundo {m}, superficial
shallow {adj} (concerned mainly with superficial matters)  :: superficial
shallow {adj} (extending not far downward)  :: superficial
shallow {adj} (lacking interest or substance)  :: superficial, desinteresante {m}
shallow {adj}  :: poco profundo ; superficial
shallow {n} (shallow portion of an otherwise deep body of water)  :: bajo {m}, bajofondo {m}
shalom {interj} (transliteration of the Jewish greeting or farewell)  :: shalom
sham {adj} (intended to deceive)  :: falso {m}; fingido {m}
sham {v} (to cheat or deceive)  :: fingir
shaman {n} /ˈʃɑːmən/ (a medium between the concrete and spirit worlds)  :: chamán {m}, curandero {m}, curandera {f}
shamanism {n} (range of traditional beliefs)  :: chamanismo {m}
shamble {v} /ˈʃæmbl̩/ (to walk while shuffling or dragging the feet)  :: arrastrar los pies
shambles {n} (a slaughterhouse)  :: matadero {f}
shame {n} /ʃeɪm/ (uncomfortable or painful feeling)  :: vergüenza {f}
shame {n} (something to regret)  :: vergüenza {f}, pena {f}
shame {v} (to cause to feel shame)  :: avergonzar
shameful {adj} /ˈʃeɪmfəl/ (causing or meriting shame or disgrace)  :: vergonzoso
shamefully {adv} /ˈʃeɪmfəli/ (in a shamefull manner)  :: vergonzosamente
shameless {adj} (having no shame)  :: sin vergüenza
shamelessly {adv} (in a shameless manner)  :: desvergonzadamente
shamelessness {n} (The state or characteristic of being without shame)  :: sinvergonzonería {f}, desvergüenza {f}
shampoo {n} /ʃæmˈpu/ (product for washing the hair or other fibres)  :: champú {m}
shamrock {n} /ˈʃæm.ɹɑk/ (trefoil leaf of any clover)  :: trébol {m}
shamrock {n} (any of several small plants, forms of clover) SEE: clover  ::
shandy {n} /ˈʃændi/ (mixture of lemonade and beer)  :: clara {f} [Spain]
shandy {n} (a serving of this mixture)  :: clara {f} [Spain]
shanghai {v} /ˈʃeɪŋ.haɪ/ (to force or trick into joining a ship)  :: emborrachar para llevarlo como marinero
Shanghai {prop} /ˈʃæŋhai/ (Chinese city)  :: Shanghái
shank {n} /ʃeɪŋk/ (an improvised stabbing weapon)  :: pincho {m}
shanty {n} /ˈʃænti/ (An old run-down house or shack)  :: chabola {m}
shaowei {n} (siu mei) SEE: siu mei  ::
shape {n} (appearance or outline)  :: forma {f}
shape {n} /ʃeɪp/ (status or condition)  :: forma {f}
shape {n}  :: forma {f}
shaped {adj} /ʃeɪpt/ (Hyponyms) SEE: -shaped  ::
shape-shifter {n} /ˈʃeɪpʃɪftə/ (a person who can transform)  :: cambiante {m}
sharaga {n} (sharashka) SEE: sharashka  ::
sharashka {n} (a Soviet gulag R&D lab)  :: sharashka {f}
sharbat {n} (sherbet) SEE: sherbet  ::
shard {n} /ʃɑɹd/ (piece)  :: casco {m}, añicos {m-p}
share {n} /ʃɛɚ/ (portion of something)  :: participación {f}
share {n} (financial instrument)  :: acción {f}
share {n} (plowshare) SEE: plowshare  ::
share {v} (to divide and distribute)  :: dividir
share {v} (to give)  :: dar, compartir
share {v} (to have in common)  :: compartir
shared {adj} /ˈʃɛə(ɹ)d/ (used multiply)  :: compartido {m}
shareholder {n} (one who owns shares of stock)  :: accionista {m} {f}
shari'a {n} (Islamic religious law)  :: sharia {f}
shark {n} /ʃɑɹk/ (scaleless cartilaginous fish)  :: tiburón {m}
shark fin soup {n} (soup made from shark fins)  :: sopa de aleta de tiburón {f}
sharp {adj} (exact, precise, accurate, keen)  :: certero
sharp {adj} (forming a small angle)  :: agudo
sharp {adj} (having an intense, acrid flavour)  :: agrio
sharp {adj} (intelligent)  :: listo
sharp {adj} (intense and sudden (of pain))  :: agudo
sharp {adj}  :: listo , puntiagudo , sostenido
sharp {adj} (musically higher-pitched than desired)  :: agudo
sharp {adj} (observant, alert, acute)  :: agudo
sharp {adj} (of a note, played a semitone higher than usual)  :: sostenido
sharp {adj} (offensive, critical, or acrimonious)  :: agrio
sharp {adj} /ʃɑɹp/ (able to cut easily)  :: afilado, filoso
sharp {adj} (pointed, able to pierce easily)  :: filoso
sharp {adv} (exactly)  :: en punto
sharp {adv} (in a higher pitch than is correct or desirable)  :: desafinado {m}
sharp {n} (note that is sharp in a particular key)  :: sostenido
sharp {n} (sign for a sharp note on the staff)  :: sostenido
sharpen {v} (to make sharp)  :: afilar
sharpener {n} (device for making things sharp)  :: sacapuntas {m}
sharpness {n} (cutting ability of an edge)  :: agudeza
shashlik {n} (skewered dish)  :: shashlik {m}
shatter {v} /ˈʃæt.ə(r)/ (to violently break something into pieces)  :: astillar, estrellar, quebrantar, hacer añicos
shatter {v} (to smash, or break into tiny pieces)  :: astillar, estrellar, hacer añicos
shave {n} (an instance of shaving)  :: afeitado {m}
shave {v} /ʃeɪv/ (to remove hair from)  :: afeitar, rapar, rasurar
shave {v} (to remove hair from one's face)  :: afeitarse
shaver {n} (boy) SEE: boy  ::
shaver {n} (electric razor)  :: maquinilla de afeitar {f}, máquina de afeitar {f}, afeitadora {f}
shaver {n} /ˈʃeɪvɚ/ (barber) SEE: barber  ::
shaver {n} (pillager) SEE: pillager  ::
shaver {n} (sharper) SEE: sharper  ::
shaw {n} /ʃɔː/ (thicket) SEE: thicket  ::
shawl {n} /ʃɔːl/ (a square piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders)  :: chal {m}
shawm {n} /ʃɔːm/ (wind instrument)  :: caramillo
she {pron} /ʃi/ (person)  :: ella
shea {n} /ʃi/ (tree)  :: karité {m}
shea butter {n} /ˈʃeɪ ˌbʌtɚ/ (fat extracted from the fruit of the shea tree)  :: manteca de karité
sheaf {n} (any collection of things bound together; a bundle)  :: atado {m}, atada {f}
sheaf {n}  :: fibrilla {f}
sheaf {n} /ʃiːf/ (bundle of grain or straw)  :: haz {m}, atado {m}, atada {f}, mies {f}
sheaf {n} (mathematical construct)  :: haz {m}
sheaf {n} (sheave) SEE: sheave  ::
shear {n} (a cutting tool similar to scissors)  :: cizalla {f}
shear {n} (the act of shearing, or something removed by shearing)  :: cizallado
shear {v} /ʃiɹ/ (to cut)  :: cizallar, cortar
shear {v} (to deform because of shearing forces)  :: distorsionar
shear {v} (to remove the fleece from a sheep)  :: esquilar, tonsurar, tundir
shears {n} /ʃɪrz/ (tool consisting of two blades with bevel edges)  :: cizalla {f}, cizallas {f-p}
shearwater {n} (seabird)  :: pardela {f}
she-ass {n} (female ass, female donkey, jenny)  :: burra {f}, asna {f}
sheath {n} (condom) SEE: condom  ::
sheath {n} /ʃiːθ/ (scabbard)  :: vaina {f}
sheath {n} (long case)  :: envoltura {f}
sheath {v} /ʃiːð/ (put (a sword) into its sheath)  :: envainar
sheath {v} (put (an object) into its sheath)  :: envainar
sheathe {v}  :: forrar
sheathe {v} /ʃiːð/ (to put something, such as a knife, into a sheath)  :: envainar
sheave {n} /ʃiːv/ (wheel having a groove)  :: roldana {f}
she-bear {n} (a female bear)  :: osa {f}
she-cat {n} (a female cat)  :: gata {f}
shed {n} (poor quality automobile)  :: carraca {f}
shed {n} (temporary structure to shelter something)  :: cobertizo {m}, [Latin America] galpón {m}
shed {v} /ʃɛd/ (to part or divide)  :: separar
shed {v} (to allow to flow or fall)  :: derramar
shed {v} (to pour; to make flow)  :: verter
she-devil {n} (female devil)  :: demonia femenina
sheen {n} /ʃiːn/ (splendor; radiance; shininess)  :: brillo {m}
sheep {n} /ʃiːp/ (animal)  :: oveja {f}
sheep {n} (shy person)  :: pusilánime {m} {f}, papanatas {m} {f}
sheepdog {n} (dog used for herding sheep)  :: perro pastor {m}
sheepfold {n} /ˈʃiːpfəʊld/ (enclosure)  :: aprisco {m}, redil {m}
sheepherder {n} (person herding sheep)  :: pastor de ovejas {m}
sheepherder {n} (shepherd) SEE: shepherd  ::
sheepskin {n} (skin of a sheep)  :: carnero {m}, badana {f}
sheer {adj} (pure; unmixed)  :: puro
sheer {adj} (straight up and down; vertical; perpendicular)  :: escarpado, acantilado, vertical
sheer {adj} /ʃɪɹ/ (very thin or transparent)  :: fino, transparente, muy delgado
sheet {n} (expanse of material on the ground)  :: capa {f}
sheet {n} /ʃit/ (bedsheet) SEE: bedsheet  ::
sheet {n} (rope to adjust sail)  :: escota {f}
sheet {n} (sheet of material)  :: lámina {f}
sheet {n} (sheet of paper)  :: hoja {f}
sheet bend {n} (knot)  :: vuelta de escota {f}
sheet metal {n} (Metal worked into a thin, flat sheet)  :: hojalata {f}
sheet music {n} (hand-written or printed form of musical notation)  :: partitura {f}
sheik {n} /ʃeɪk/ (leader of an Arab village, family or small tribe)  :: jeque {m}
sheik {n} (Gulf countries: official title for members of the royal family)  :: jeque {m}
sheik {n} (Islamic religious clergy)  :: jeque {m}
Sheinwoodian {prop} (subdivision of the Silurian period)  :: Sheinwoodiense
shekel {n} /ˈʃekəl/ (sheqel) SEE: sheqel  ::
shelduck {n} (waterfowl)  :: tarro {m}
shelf {n} (capacity)  :: estantería {f}
shelf {n} /ʃɛlf/ (structure)  :: estante {m}, balda {f}, anaquel {m}
shelf {n} (reef, shoal, sandbar)  :: arrecife {m}, banco {m}, cordón {m}
shelf life {n} (the length of time a product will last without deteriorating)  :: vigencia {f}, duración {f}
shell {n} (by extension, any mollusks having such a covering)  :: crustáceo {m}, marisco {m}
shell {n} (casing of an artillery projectile)  :: casquete {m}
shell {n} (computing: general-purpose environment)  :: terminal {m}
shell {n} (conjoined scutes that comprise the "shell" of a tortoise or turtle)  :: caparazón {m}
shell {n} (covering of a nut)  :: cáscara {f}
shell {n} /ʃɛl/ (hard calcareous or chitinous external covering of many invertebrates)  :: concha {f}
shell {n} (entomology: exoskeleton of certain insects)  :: concha {f}
shell {n}  :: [fruit] cáscara {f}, [animal] concha {f}
shell {n} (hard covering of an egg)  :: cáscara {f}
shell {n} (pod)  :: vaina {f}
shell {v} (to bombard, to fire projectiles at)  :: bombardear
shell {v} (to remove the outer covering or shell of something)  :: descascarar (nut), desvainar (pea)
shellfish {n} /ˈʃɛlˌfɪʃ/ (aquatic food that has a shell)  :: marisco {m}
shelter {n} /ˈʃɛltɚ/ (a refuge or other protection)  :: refugio {m}, abrigo, amparo, asilo
shelter {v} (intransitive, to take cover)  :: refugiarse
Shem {prop} (son of Noah)  :: Sem
shenanigan {n} /ʃəˈnænɪgən/ (shenanigans) SEE: shenanigans  ::
shenanigans {n} /ʃəˈnænəɡɪns/ (trickery, games; skulduggery)  :: artimaña
Shenzhen {prop} /ˈʃenˈdʒen/ (a city in China)  :: Shénzhen
shepherd {n} /ˈʃɛp.ərd/ (a person who tends sheep)  :: pastor {m}, ovejero {m}
shepherd {v} (watch over; guide)  :: pastorear
sheqel {n} /ˈʃekəl/ (currency unit in Israel)  :: shekel {m}
Sheremetyevo {prop} (airport in Russia)  :: Sheremétievo {m}
sheriff {n} /ˈʃɛɹɪf/ (all meanings)  :: sheriff {m}
Sherpa {prop} (ethnic group)  :: sherpa
sherry {n} (fortified wine)  :: jerez {m}
sherry {n} (glass of sherry)  :: vaso {m} de jerez
sherry {n} (variety of sherry)  :: jerez {m}
she's unconscious {phrase} (she's unconscious)  :: ella está inconsciente
she-tiger {n} (tigress) SEE: tigress  ::
Shetland {prop} (Shetland Islands) SEE: Shetland Islands  ::
Shetland Islands {prop} (group of islands)  :: islas Shetland {f}
she-wolf {n} (female wolf)  :: loba {f}
shh {interj} /ʃː/ (requesting silence)  :: chito
Shi'a {n} (branch of Islam)  :: chiismo {m}, chía {m}
Shi'a {n} (follower of Shi'a Islam)  :: chiíta {m} {f}
shibboleth {n} (a common or longstanding belief, custom, or catchphrase associated with a particular group, especially one with little current meaning or truth)  :: doctrina anticuada
shibboleth {n} /ˈʃɪbəlɛθ/ (a word, especially seen as a test, to distinguish someone as belonging to a particular nation, class, profession etc)  :: santo y seña, contraseña
shield {n} (anything that protects or defends)  :: escudo {m}
shield {n} /ʃiːld/ (armor)  :: escudo {m}
shield {v} (to protect, to defend)  :: proteger, blindar
shift {n} (act of shifting)  :: cambio, desviación, deslizamiento, desplazamiento {m}
shift {n} (button on a keyboard)  :: tecla shift {f}, tecla mayúsculas {f}
shift {n} (change of workers)  :: turno
shift {n} /ʃɪft/ (type of women's undergarment) SEE: slip  ::
shift {n} (gear mechanism in a motor vehicle)  :: cambio
shift {v} (to change gears)  :: cambiar
shift {v} (to change position)  :: moverse
shift {v} (to change, swap)  :: cambiar
shift {v} (to move from one place to another)  :: mover
shift key {n} (key on a typewriter)  :: tecla de mayúsculas {f}
shiitake {n} (Lentinula edodes)  :: shiitake {m}, shitake {m}
Shiite {n} /ʃiːaɪt/ (Shi'a) SEE: Shi'a  ::
shikimic acid {n} (shikimic acid)  :: ácido shikímico {m}, ácido siquímico {m}
shill {n} (an accomplice at a confidence trick)  :: compinche {m}, palero {m}
shill {n} /ʃɪl/ (a person paid to endorse a product favourably)  :: testaferro {m}, hombre de paja
shill {v} (to promote or endorse in return for payment)  :: prevaricar, andar en chanchullos, trapichear, trapisondar
shill {v} (to put under cover, to sheal)  :: tapar, encubrir, ocultar celar, disimular, enterrar
shilling {n} (currency)  :: chelín {m}
shilling {n} /ˈʃɪlɪŋ/ (former coin)  :: chelín {m}
Shimon {prop} (male given name) SEE: Simeon  ::
Shimshon {prop} (given name) SEE: Samson  ::
shin {n} /ʃɪn/ (front part of the leg below the knee)  :: canilla {f}, espinilla {f}, tibia {f}
shinbone {n} (inner bone of the hind limb below the knee)  :: tibia {f}
shine {n} (brightness from a source of light)  :: brillo {m}
shine {n} (brightness from reflected light)  :: brillo {m}
shine {n}  :: brillo {m}
shine {n} (shoeshine) SEE: shoeshine  ::
shine {n} (slang: moonshine) SEE: moonshine  ::
shine {n} (sunshine) SEE: sunshine  ::
shine {v} /ʃaɪn/ (to emit light)  :: brillar, lucir
shine {v}  :: brillar
shine {v} (ergative: to create light with a flashlight, lamp, torch, etc.)  :: alumbrar
shiner {n} /ˈʃaɪnə(r)/ (black eye) SEE: black eye  ::
shingle {n} /ˈʃɪŋ.ɡəl/ (small, thin piece of building material)  :: ripia {f}, tablilla {f}
shingle {n} (small, smooth pebbles)  :: guijarro
shingle {v} (to cover with shingles (building material))  :: techar
shingles {n} /ˈʃɪŋɡəlz/ (herpes zoster)  :: culebrilla {f}, herpes zóster {m}
shining {adj} /ˈʃaɪnɪŋ/ (emitting light)  :: brillante
shining {adj} (having a high polish or sheen)  :: lustroso, lúcido
shining {adj} (having exceptional merit)  :: ilustre, famoso, célebre, renombrado, reputado, espléndido
shinkansen {n} (bullet train) SEE: bullet train  ::
shin pad {n} (clothing)  :: espinillera {f}
shin splint {n} (painful inflammation of muscles in the shins)  :: síndrome de estrés medial de la tibia {m}, periostitis {f}
Shinto {prop} /ˈʃɪn.toʊ/ (religion)  :: sintoísmo
Shintoism {prop} (Shinto) SEE: Shinto  ::
Shintoist {n} (an adherent of Shinto)  :: sintoísta {m} {f}
shiny {adj} /ˈʃaɪni/ (reflecting light)  :: refulgente
shiny {adj}  :: brillante, reluciente
shiny {adj} (emitting light)  :: brillante
shiny cowbird {n} (shiny cowbird)  :: tordo renegrido {m}
ship {n} /ʃɪp/ (large water vessel)  :: barco {m}, buque {m}, nave {f}
-ship {suffix} (Property or state of being)  :: -azgo {m}, -dad {f}
ship {v} (to send a parcel or container)  :: enviar
shipwreck {n} (An event where a ship sinks or runs aground.)  :: naufragio {m}
shipwreck {n} /ˈʃɪpɹɛk/ (A ship that has sunk or run aground so that it is no longer seaworthy.)  :: pecio {m}
shipwreck {v} (to wreck a vessel)  :: naufragar
shipwrecked {adj} (stranded as a result of a shipwreck)  :: náufrago {m}, naufragado
shipyard {n} (place to build and repair ships)  :: astillero {m}
Shiraz {n} /ʃɚˈɑːz/ (variety of black grape)  :: Syrah
shire {n} /ʃaɪə(ɹ)/ (former administrative area of Britain; a county)  :: condado {m}
shirk {v} /ʃɝk/ (avoid a duty)  :: correrse, evadir, escaquearse
shirker {n} (Someone who shirks)  :: embuscado {m}
shirt {n} /ʃɝt/ (article of clothing)  :: camisa {f}
shirtfront {n} (the front part of a shirt)  :: peto {m}
shit {adj} (despicable)  :: mierdada {f}
shit {adj} (of poor quality)  :: de mierda
shit {interj} (expression of worry, failure)  :: mierda, carajo, puta
shit {n} (definite plural: diarrhea)  :: cagarro {m} (sólido), diarrea {f} (líquido)
shit {n} (nasty, despicable person)  :: mierda {f}, malparido {m}
shit {n} (nonsense, bullshit)  :: mierda {f}, huevonadas {f-p} , babosadas {f-p}
shit {n} (not anything, nothing)  :: (una) mierda {f}
shit {n} (rubbish)  :: mierda {f}, maricadas {f-p}
shit {n} /ʃɪt/ (solid excretory product evacuated from the bowel)  :: mierda {f}, caca {f}
shit {v} (to defecate)  :: cagar
shit {v} (vulgar: to be stricken with fear)  :: cagarse
shit {v} (vulgar: to excrete (something) through the anus)  :: cagar
shit ass {n} (shitass) SEE: shitass  ::
shitass {n} (mean or rude person)  :: cabrón
shit factory {n} (humorous: infant)  :: cagón {m}, cagóncito {m}
shit-for-brains {adj} (Very stupid)  :: descerebrado, subnormal, tonto
shit happens {phrase} (expression of acceptance of misfortune) SEE: such is life  ::
shithead {n} /ˈʃɪt.hɛd/ (stupid or contemptible person)  :: cagón {m}, cabeza de mierda {m} {f}
shitload {n} (vulgar slang: a large amount)  :: chingo
shitter {n} /ˈʃɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (anus (vulgar)) SEE: ass  ::
shitton {n} (enormous amount)  :: montón {m}
shitty {adj} /ˈʃɪɾi]/ (very bad; unpleasant; miserable; insignificant)  :: mierdoso, de mierda
shive {n} /ʃʌɪv/ (shiva) SEE: shiva  ::
shiver {n} (the act or result of shivering)  :: escalofrío {m}
shiver {v} /ˈʃɪvə/ (to tremble or shake)  :: tiritar, temblar de frío
Shlomo {prop} (given name) SEE: Solomon  ::
Shoah {prop} /ˈʃoʊ.ə/ (the systematic mass murder of 6 million Jews) SEE: Holocaust  ::
shoal {n} /ʃəʊl/ (sandbank)  :: bajío {m}
shoal {n} (group of fish)  :: banco {m}, cardumen {m}
shock {n} (arrangement of sheaves for drying) SEE: stook  ::
shock {n}  :: choque {m}
shock {n} /ʃɑk/ (sudden, heavy impact)  :: choque {m}
shock {n} (life-threatening medical emergency)  :: choque
shock absorber {n} (device to absorb shocks)  :: amortiguador
shocking {v} (Extremely bad)  :: horrible
shocking {v} (Inspiring shock; startling)  :: espantoso
shocking {v} (Unusually obscene or lewd)  :: aberrante
shock wave {n} (A powerful compression wave)  :: onda de choque {f}
shoddy {adj} /ʃɒdi/ (of poor quality)  :: mal hecho {m}, mal hecha {f}, chapucero {m}, chapucera {f}
shoe {n} (piece of metal designed to be attached to a horse’s foot) SEE: horseshoe  ::
shoe {n} (something resembling a shoe (e.g. brake shoe))  :: zapata {f}
shoe {n} /ʃuː/ (protective covering for the foot)  :: zapato {m}
shoe {v} (to put horseshoes on a horse)  :: herrar
shoebill {n} /ˈʃu.bɪl/ (wading bird)  :: picozapato {m}
shoeblack {n} (shoeshiner) SEE: shoeshiner  ::
shoehorn {n} /ˈʃuːˌhɔɹn/ (tool used to assist the foot)  :: calzador {m}
shoehorn {v} (to exert great effort to insert or include something)  :: encajar, enchufar
shoehorn {v} (to use a shoehorn)  :: calzar
shoelace {n} /ˈʃuːˌleɪs/ (for fastening a shoe)  :: cordonera {m}
shoemaker {n} (a person who makes shoes)  :: zapatero {m}, zapatera {f}
shoe polish {n} (product used to make shoes shine)  :: betún {m}
shoeshine boy {n} (shoeshiner) SEE: shoeshiner  ::
shoeshine girl {n} (shoeshiner) SEE: shoeshiner  ::
shoetree {n} (device to preserve the shape of a shoe) SEE: shoe tree  ::
shogun {n} /ˈʃəʊɡʌn/ (shogun)  :: shōgun {m}
shoo {v} (usher) SEE: usher  ::
shoo {v} /ʃuː/ (to induce someone to leave)  :: ahuyentar, correr
shoot {interj} (expressing disdain)  :: ¡Miércoles! {m}
shoot {n} (emerging stem and embryonic leaves of a new plant)  :: retoño {m}, vástago {m}, pimpollo {m}
shoot {n} (photography session)  :: sesión fotográfica {f}
shoot {v} (to fire multiple shots)  :: disparar, tirar
shoot {v} (to hit with a shot)  :: tirar
shoot {v} /ʃuːt/ (to fire a shot)  :: disparar, tirar
shoot down {v} (to cause to fall by shooting)  :: derribar
shooting {n} (instance of shooting)  :: tiroteo {m}
shooting {n} (the sport or activity of firing a gun)  :: tiro {m}
shooting guard {n} (basketball position)  :: escolta {f}
shooting star {n} (meteor)  :: estrella fugaz
shoot oneself in the foot {v}  :: tirar piedras al propio tejado
shoot one's mouth off {v} (make reckless or exaggerated statements)  :: fanfarronear
shoot the shit {v} (chat casually) SEE: shoot the breeze  ::
shop {n} /ʃɑp/ (establishment that sells goods)  :: tienda {f}, negocio {m}, comercio {m}
shop {n}  :: tienda {f}, [formal usage] comercio {m}, [colloquial] negocio {m}, [Colombia] almacén {m}, [small shop] changarro {m} [Mexico]
shop {n} (workshop)  :: taller {m}
shop {v} (to digitally edit a picture or photograph) SEE: photoshop  ::
shop {v} (to visit shops)  :: ir de compras
shopfloor {n} (area of a factory)  :: taller {m}
shopkeeper {n} (trader who sells goods in a shop)  :: comerciante {m} {f}, tendero {m}, tendera {f}
shoppe {n} (shop) SEE: shop  ::
shopper {n} /ˈʃɒp.ə/ (a person who shops)  :: comprador {m} compradora {f}
shopping {n} (activity of buying)  :: shopping {m}
shopping bag {n} (strong bag for carrying purchases)  :: cesta de la compra {m}
shopping cart {n} (conveyance used to carry items while shopping)  :: carrito {m}, carretilla {f}
shopping center {n} (shopping centre) SEE: shopping centre  ::
shopping centre {n} (large retail outlet)  :: centro comercial {m}
shopping mall {n} (shopping centre) SEE: shopping centre  ::
shopping trolley {n} (shopping cart) SEE: shopping cart  ::
shop window {n} (large window at the front of a shop)  :: escaparate {m}, vitrina {f}, vidriera {f}
shore {n} /ʃɔɹ/ (land adjoining a large body of water)  :: costa {f}, orilla {f}
shore {v} (support) SEE: shore up  ::
shore bird {n} (shorebird) SEE: shorebird  ::
shoreline {n} (the divide between land and water)  :: orilla {f}
shore pine {n} (lodgepole pine) SEE: lodgepole pine  ::
short {adj} (having little duration)  :: corto
short {adj} (of a person, of comparatively little height)  :: bajo {m}
short {adj} /ʃɔɹt/ (having a small distance between ends or edges)  :: corto {m}
short {n} (a short circuit)  :: [abbrev.] corto {m}, [formally] cortocircuito {m}
short {v} (shortchange) SEE: shortchange  ::
shortage {n} (lack or deficiency)  :: falta {f}, carestía {f}, escasez {f}
shortchange {v} /ʃɔɹtˈtʃeɪndʒ/ (to defraud someone by giving them less change than they ought to be given after a transaction)  :: sisar
short circuit {n} (an unintentional connection of low resistance or impedance in a circuit)  :: cortocircuito {m}
shortcoming {n} (deficiency)  :: defecto
shortcut {n} /ˈʃɔːtkʌt/ (path)  :: atajo
shorten {v} (to become shorter)  :: acortarse
shorten {v} (to make shorter)  :: acortar, abreviar, reducir
shortfall {n} (An instance of not meeting a quota or of having an insufficient amount)  :: déficit {m}
shorthaired {adj} (having short hair)  :: pelicorto
shorthand {n} (a compendious and rapid method of writing)  :: taquigrafía {f}
shorthanded {adv} (understaffed)  :: falta de personal, poco personal, personal insuficiente
shortly {adv} /ʃɔːrtli/ (in a short or brief time or manner)  :: pronto
shortness of breath {n} (dyspnea)  :: disnea {f}, falta de aire {f}
short of {phrase} (except) SEE: except  ::
shorts {n} /ʃɔː(ɹ)ts/ (plural of short) SEE: short  ::
shorts {n} (pants worn primarily in the summer that do not go lower than the knees)  :: pantalón corte {m}
short-sighted {adj} (lacking foresight)  :: corto de miras
short-sighted {adj} (myopic) SEE: myopic  ::
shortstop {n} (baseball position)  :: campo corto {m}, parador en corto {m}, torpedero {m}
short story {n} (work of fiction)  :: cuento {m}
short-tailed hawk {n} (Buteo brachyurus)  :: gavilán rabicorto {m}, busardo de cola corta {m}
short-term {adj} (of the near or immediate future)  :: a corto plazo
Shoshone {prop} /ʃoʊˈʃoʊni/ (Amerind people)  :: shoshón
shot {adj} (tired, weary)  :: cansado {m}
shot {adj} /ʃɑt/ (worn out)  :: desgastado {m}
shot {n} (heavy iron ball used for the shot put)  :: peso {m}, bala {f}
shot {n} (measure of alcohol)  :: chupito {m}, [tequila shot] tequilazo {m}, trago {m}
shot {n} (result of launching a projectile)  :: disparo {m}, tiro {m}
Shota {prop} (male given name)  :: Shota
shot glass {n} (small glass)  :: vaso de trago corto {m}, chupito {m}
shotgun {n} (gun)  :: escopeta {f-s}
shotgun wedding {n} (wedding in which the bride is pregnant)  :: penalti {m}, casarse de penalti {m}
shot put {n} (athletics event)  :: lanzamiento de peso {m}, lanzamiento de bala {m}
should {v} /ʃʊd/ (If; in case of)  :: si
should {v} (expressing likelihood)  :: deber
should {v} (expressing obligation)  :: Conditional form of deber
shoulder {n} /ˈʃoʊldɚ/ (joint between arm and torso)  :: hombro {m}
shoulder {n} (part of a road where drivers may stop in an emergency)  :: [Mexico] acotamiento {m}, [Spain] arcén {m}, [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay] banquina {f}, [Colombia, Chile] berma {f}, [Costa Rica] espaldón {m}, [Venezuela] hombrillo {m}, [Panama] hombro {m}, [Dominican Republic] paseo {m}
shoulder blade {n} (bone)  :: omóplato {m}, escápula {f}
shoulder joint {n} (glenohumeral joint) SEE: glenohumeral joint  ::
shoulder pole {n} (carrying pole) SEE: carrying pole  ::
shout {n} /ʃaʊt/ (a loud burst of voice)  :: grito {m}
shout {v} (to utter a sudden and loud outcry)  :: gritar
shove {n} (rough push)  :: empujón
shove {v} /ʃʌv/ (push roughly)  :: empujar
shovel {n} (spade) SEE: spade  ::
shovel {n} /ˈʃʌvəl/ (tool for moving portions of material)  :: pala {f}
shovel {v} (to move materials with a shovel)  :: traspalar
shoveler {n} (duck in the genus Anas)  :: cuchara común {f}, pato cucharo {m}
show {n} (broadcast program(me))  :: programa {m}
show {n} (demonstration)  :: demostración {f}
show {n} (entertainment)  :: espectáculo {m}, show {m}
show {n} (exhibition)  :: exposición {f}
show {v} /ʃəʊ/ (to display)  :: mostrar
show {v} (to indicate (a fact) to be true)  :: demostrar
showcase {n} /ˈʃoʊˌkeɪs/ (a case for displaying merchandise or valuable items)  :: escaparate {m}, vitrina {f}
showdown {n} (the final battle between two nemeses, in which there can be but one victor)  :: enfrentamiento {m}
shower {n} /ˈʃaʊ.ɚ/ (brief fall of rain)  :: chubasco {m}
shower {n} (baby shower) SEE: baby shower  ::
shower {n} (bridal shower) SEE: bridal shower  ::
shower {n} (device for bathing)  :: ducha {f}, regadera {f}
shower {n} (instance of using of this device)  :: ducha {f}
shower {v} (to bathe using a shower)  :: ducharse, bañarse
shower {v} (to spray with)  :: duchar, rociar
shower curtain {n} (waterproof curtain)  :: cortina de ducha {f}
shower gel {n} (gel shower soap)  :: gel de baño {m}, gel de ducha {m}
show jumping {n} (equestrian event in which a rider's horse is jumped over an array of obstacles)  :: salto ecuestre
showman {n} (person who produces or presents shows as a profession) SEE: impresario  ::
showmanship {n} (strong performance)  :: espectacularidad {f}
show off {v} (to exhibit, to demonstrate something for the purpose of bragging)  :: chulear, lucir, lucirse
show-off {n} (one who shows off)  :: exhibicionista {m}
showoff {n} (person who attempts to demonstrate prowess or ability)  :: mandaparte {m-f}
showy {adj} (for show)  :: ostentoso, jactancioso
shrapnel {n} (fragments and debris thrown out by an exploding device)  :: shrapnel, granada de metralla
shrapnel {n} (loose change) SEE: loose change  ::
shred {v} /ʃɹɛd/ (to cut or tear into narrow pieces or strips)  :: trocear
shredded {adj} (cut or torn into narrow pieces)  :: rallado
shredder {n} /ʃɹɛdə(ɹ)/ (machine that tears up objects into smaller pieces)  :: trituradora, desfibradora {f}, ralladora {f}
shrew {n} /ʃɹuː/ (mouselike animal)  :: musaraña {f}
shrew {n} (woman)  :: arpía {f}, bruja {f}
shrewd {adj} /ʃɹuːd/ (showing clever resourcefulness in practical matters)  :: perspicaz
shriek {n} /ʃɹiːk/ (a sharp, shrill outcry or scream)  :: alarido {m}, chillido {m}
shriek {v} (to utter a loud, sharp, shrill sound or cry)  :: chillar
shrike {n} (Any of various passerine birds of the family Laniidae which are known for their habit of catching other birds and small animals and impaling the uneaten portions of their bodies on thorns)  :: alcaudón {m}, verdugo {m}
shrill {adj} /ʃɹɪl/ (high-pitched and piercing)  :: estridente
shrimp {n} (flesh of the crustacean)  :: camarón {m}
shrimp {n} /ʃɹɪmp/ (decapod crustacean)  :: camarón {m}, gamba {f}, langostino {m}
shrine {n} /ʃɹaɪ̯n/ (a holy place dedicated to a specific figure of respect)  :: relicario {m}
shrine {v} (enshrine) SEE: enshrine  ::
shrink {n} (psychiatrist or therapist (informal, belittling))  :: [colloquial] loquero {m}
shrink {v} (intransitive: to attempt to avoid an unwanted or intimidating duty)  :: zafarse, rehuir, correrse
shrink {v} /ˈʃɹɪŋk/ (intransitive: to contract, to become smaller)  :: contraerse, encogerse, achicarse
shrink {v} (transitive: to cause something to shrink)  :: encoger, mermar, contraer
shrive {v} /ˈʃɹaɪv/ (confess) SEE: confess  ::
shrivel {v} (become wrinkled)  :: arrugarse
shrivel {v} /ˈʃrɪvəl/ (collapse inward)  :: derrumbarse
shroud {n} (dress for the dead)  :: sudario {m}, mortaja {f}
shroud {n} (mast support)  :: obenquillo {m}
Shrove Tuesday {n} (day before the beginning of Lent)  :: martes de carnaval {m}
shrub {n} /ʃɹʌb/ (woody plant)  :: mata {f}, arbusto {m}
shrub celery {n} (the crisp thick leafstalk of the celery plant)  :: apio {m}
shrug {n} /ʃɹʌɡ/ (gesture)  :: encogimiento de hombros {m}
shrug {v} (to raise the shoulders to express uncertainty, lack of concern, etc.)  :: encogerse de hombros
shrunk {v} /ˈʃɹʌŋk/ (past participle of shrink)  :: encogido
shudder {n}  :: escalofrío {m}
shudder {n} (shivering tremor)  :: escalofrío {m}
shuffle {n} (act of shuffling cards)  :: barajar
shuffle {v} (to put in a random order)  :: mezclar, barajear, barajar
shuffle {v} (to walk without picking up one's feet)  :: arrastrar, arrastrar los pies
shufti {n} /ˈʃʊf.ti/ (glance) SEE: glance  ::
shun {v}  :: marginar
shun {v} /ʃʌn/ (to avoid)  :: evitar
shut {v} /ʃʌt/ (to close)  :: cerrar
shutdown {n} (action of closing)  :: apagado
shutter {n} (part of a camera)  :: obturador {m}
shutter {n} /ˈʃʌtɚ/ (protective panels over windows)  :: postigo {m}, contraventana {f}
shutter speed {n} (time during which the shutter of a camera remains open)  :: velocidad de obturación {f}
shuttle {n} (part of a loom)  :: lanzadera {f}
shuttle {n} (the sliding thread holder in a sewing machine)  :: lanzadera {f}
shuttle {n} (transport service)  :: lanzadera {f}
shuttle {v} (to transport by shuttle)  :: transportar
shuttlecock {n} /ˈʃʌtl̩kɑk/ (badminton ball)  :: volante {m}
shut up {v} (enclose (a person, animal or thing) in a room or other place so that it cannot leave)  :: encerrar
shut up {v} (imperative: "Shut up!")  :: cállate la boca, cállate, cierra la boca, callad, cállanse, cállese, silencio
shut up {v} (intransitive: to stop talking or making noise)  :: callarse, cerrar la boca
shut up {v} (put (an object) in a secure enclosed place)  :: encerrar, guardar, resguardar
shut up {v} (terminate (a business))  :: cerrar, clausurar
shut up {v} /ʃʌt ˈʌp/ (close (a building) so that no one can enter)  :: cerrar
shut up {v} (transitive: to stop (a person) from talking or (a person or thing) from making noise)  :: callar
shvitz {n} /ʃvɪts/ (sweat) SEE: sweat  ::
shy {adj} /ʃaɪ/ (easily frightened)  :: tímido
shy {adj} (cautious)  :: tímido
shy {adj} (embarrassed)  :: vergonzoso
shy {adj} (reserved)  :: reservado
shy {v} (to avoid due to timidness or caution) SEE: shy away  ::
shy {v} (to fling)  :: lanzar
shylock {n} /ˈʃaɪlɑk/ (loan shark) SEE: loan shark  ::
shyly {adv} (in a shy manner)  :: tímidamente
shyness {n} (quality of being shy)  :: timidez {f}
si {n} /si/ (seventh note of a major scale)  :: si
sialic acid {n} (any of a group of amino carbohydrates)  :: ácido siálico {m}
Siam {prop} (the former name of Thailand)  :: Siam {m}
Siamese {adj} (Thai)  :: siamés {m}, siamesa {f}
Siamese cat {n} (mammal)  :: gato siamés {m}
Siamese twin {n} (conjoined twin)  :: siamés
sib {n} (kinsman) SEE: kinsman  ::
sib {n} /sɪb/ (kindred) SEE: kindred  ::
sib {n} (sibling) SEE: sibling  ::
Siberia {prop} /saɪˈbɪərɪə/ (region of Russia)  :: Siberia {f}
Siberian {adj} (from, of or pertaining to Siberia)  :: siberiano
Siberian Husky {n} (Siberian Husky dog)  :: husky siberiano {m}
Siberian tiger {n} (Panthera tigris altaica)  :: tigre de Amur {m}, tigre siberiano {m}
sibilant {adj} /ˈsɪb.ɪ.lənt/ (characterized by a hissing sound)  :: sibilante
sibilant {n} (phonetics: a hissing sound)  :: sibilante {f}
sibling {n} /ˈsɪblɪŋ/ (person who shares same parents)  :: hermano {m}, hermana {f}
sic {adv} /sɪk/ (thus, thus written)  :: sic
sic {v} (incite an attack by)  :: azuzar
Sichuan {prop} (a province in China)  :: Sichuan
Sichuan Yi {prop} (language)  :: Yi de Sichuan
Sicilian {adj} (relating to Sicily or its inhabitants)  :: siciliano
Sicilian {prop} (language)  :: siciliano {m}
Sicily {prop} (island)  :: Sicilia {f}
sick {adj} /sɪk/ (ill) SEE: ill  ::
sick and tired {adj} (frustrated and annoyed) SEE: fed up  ::
sickle {adj} (shaped like the blade of a sickle)  :: falciforme
sickle {n} /sɪkl̩]/ (agricultural implement)  :: hoz {f}
sick leave {n} (a type of leave from work)  :: baja médica {f}, incapacidad temporal {f}
sickle cell anaemia {n} (sickle cell anaemia) SEE: sickle-cell anemia  ::
sickle-cell anaemia {n} (sickle-cell anaemia) SEE: sickle-cell anemia  ::
sickle-cell anemia {n} (disease characterized by sickle-shaped red blood cells)  :: anemia falciforme {f}
sickle-cell disease {n} (sickle-cell disease) SEE: sickle-cell anemia  ::
sickly {adj} (having the appearance of sickness)  :: enfermizo {m}
sickly {adj} (Overly sweet)  :: empalagoso {m}
sickly {adj} /ˈsɪkli/ (frequently ill)  :: enfermizo {m}, enclenque
sickly {adj} (weak, faint)  :: débil {m} {f}, triste {m} {f}
sickness {n}  :: enfermedad {f}
sickness {n} /ˈsɪknɪs/ (the quality or state of being sick or diseased; illness; disease or malady)  :: enfermedad
side {n} (group having a particular allegiance in a war)  :: bando {m}
side {n} (left or right half)  :: lado {m}
side {n} /saɪd/ (bounding straight edge of an object)  :: lado {m}
side {n} (set of opponents in a game)  :: equipo {m}, selección {f}
side {n} (side dish) SEE: side dish  ::
side {n} (surface of a sheet of paper)  :: página {f}
side {n} (television channel) SEE: channel  ::
sidebar {n} ((computing) information placed at the side of a webpage)  :: barra lateral {f}
sideboard {n} (Furniture)  :: aparador
sideboard {n} ((In the plural, chiefly UK) sideburns)  :: patillas
sideburn {n} (sideburns) SEE: sideburns  ::
sideburns {n} /ˈsaɪd.bɚnz/ (facial hair reaching from the top of the head down the side of the face to the side of the chin)  :: patillas {f-p}
side dish {n} (serving of food meant as an accompanying dish)  :: agregado {m}, guarnición {f}
sidedish {n} (side dish) SEE: side dish  ::
side effect {n} (medicine: an adverse effect)  :: efecto secundario {m}
side effect {n} (unintended consequence of any action)  :: efecto secundario {m}
sidelock {n} (sidelock)  :: mecha de lado {f}
side order {n} (accompaniment to main course) SEE: side dish  ::
sideproduct {n} (byproduct) SEE: byproduct  ::
sidereal {adj} /səˈdɪɹiəl/ (of or relating to the stars)  :: sidéreo
sides reversed is {phrase} (Used to form palindromes)  :: se ve revés
side-straddle hop {n} (jumping jack) SEE: jumping jack  ::
side-striped jackal {n} (side-striped jackal)  :: chacal rayado {m}
sidewalk {n} /saɪdwɔːk/ (paved footpath)  :: acera {f}, andén {m} [Colombia], banqueta {f} [Guatemala, Mexico], escarpa {f} [Southeastern Mexico], vereda {f} [Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay]
sidewalk cafe {n} (an outdoor portion of a restaurant)  :: terraza {m}
sidewards {adj} (sideward) SEE: sideward  ::
sidewards {adv} (sideward) SEE: sideward  ::
Sidon {prop} (city state of Phoenicia)  :: Sidón
siege {n} /siːdʒ/ (military blockade of settlement)  :: sitio {m}, asedio {m}
siege {v} (to assault with the intent of conquering by force or attrition)  :: sitiar, asediar
siemens {n} /ˈsiːmənz/ (derived unit of electrical conductance)  :: siemens {m}
Sierra Leone {prop} (Republic of Sierra Leone)  :: Sierra Leona
Sierra Leonean {adj} (from or of Sierra Leone)  :: sierraleonés
Sierra Leonean {n} (someone from Sierra Leone)  :: sierraleonés {m}
Sierra Nevada {prop} (mountain range in Spain)  :: Sierra Nevada {m}
siesta {n} /siˈɛstə/ (an afternoon nap)  :: siesta {f}, descanso {m}
sieve {n} (process that filters out unwanted pieces of input)  :: criba {f}
sieve {n} /sɪv/ (device to separate larger objects)  :: cedazo {m}, [from solids] criba {f}, tamiz {m}, [from liquids] colador {m}
sieve {v} (to strain, sift or sort using a sieve)  :: cribar, colar [for liquids], cernir [for solids]
sievert {n} /ˈsiːvət/ (SI unit of radiation dose)  :: sievert {m}
sift {v} (to examine (something) carefully)  :: examinar minuciosamente, juzgar
sift {v} (to separate or scatter (things) as if by sieving)  :: separar
sift {v} (to sieve or strain (something))  :: colar, cernir
sifter {n} (tool for sifting)  :: colador fino
sigh {n} (manifestation of grief; a lament)  :: suspiro {m}
sigh {n} /saɪ/ (act of sighing)  :: suspiro {m}
sigh {n}  :: suspiro {m}
sigh {v}  :: suspirar
sigh {v} (to inhale a larger quantity of air than usual, and immediately expel it)  :: suspirar
sight {n} (device used in aiming a firearm)  :: visor {m}, mira {f}
sight {n} /saɪt/ (eyesight) SEE: eyesight  ::
sight {n} (something seen)  :: vista {f}
sight {n} (something worth seeing)  :: lugar de interés {m}, espectáculo {m}, panorama {m}
sight {v} (get sight of)  :: avistar
sight {v} (take aim at)  :: apuntar
sight {v} (visually register)  :: ver
sighthound {n} (sighthound)  :: lebrel {m}
sighting {n} (act of catching sight of something, especially something searched for)  :: avistamiento {m}, avistaje {m}
sightsee {v} (go sightseeing)  :: visitar los lugares de interés, turismo
sightseeing {n} (tourism)  :: turismo {m}, excursionismo {m}
sight translation {n} (act of translating a written text out loud)  :: traducción a la vista {f}
sigil {n} (computing: character affixed to a symbol)  :: sigilo {m}
sigil {n} /ˈsɪdʒɪl/ (seal, signature or signet)  :: sigilo {m}
sigma {n} /ˈsɪɡmə/ (letter of the Greek alphabet)  :: sigma {f}
sign {n} (any of several specialized non-alphabetic symbols)  :: símbolo {m}
sign {n} (astrological sign)  :: signo {m}, signo del zodiaco {m}
sign {n} (flat object bearing a message)  :: aviso {m}, señal {f}, letrero {m}, placa {f}, señalización {f} (signalling, signs)
sign {n} (meaningful gesture)  :: seña {f}
sign {n} (omen)  :: presagio {m}
sign {n} (positive or negative polarity)  :: signo {m}
sign {n} /saɪn/ (visible indication)  :: signo {m}, muestra {f}
sign {n} (sign language in general)  :: lengua de señas {f}, lengua de signos {f}
sign {n} (traffic sign)  :: señal {f}, señalización {f} (signalling, signs)
sign {v} (intransitive: to communicate using sign language)  :: hablar a señas
sign {v} (to make (a document) official by writing one's signature)  :: firmar
sign {v} (to write one's signature on a document)  :: firmar
sign {v} (to write one's signature somewhere)  :: firmar, signar
signage {n} /ˈsaɪnɪdʒ/ (Signs taken collectively)  :: rotulación
signal {n} (device to give indication)  :: señal {f}
signal {n} (electric or electromagnetic action that conveys information)  :: señal {f}
signal {n} /ˈsɪɡn(ə)l/ (indication)  :: señal {f}
signal {v} (To indicate)  :: señalar
signatory {n} /ˈsɪɡ.nə.tɹi/ (one who signs or signed)  :: signatario {m}
signature {n}  :: firma {f}, pliego {m}
signature {n} /ˈsɪɡnətʃɚ/ (person’s autograph name)  :: firma {f}
significance {n} (extent to which something matters)  :: significado {m}, significación
significance {n} (meaning)  :: significado {m}
significant {adj} (having a low probability of occurring by chance)  :: significativo
significant {adj} (having noticeable effect)  :: importante, significativo
significant {adj} /sɪɡˈnɪfɪkənt/ (signifying something; carrying meaning)  :: significativo
significantly {adv} (in a significant manner: notably)  :: significativamente
significant other {n} (romantic partner, regardless of marital status)  :: novio {m}, novia {f}, media naranja {f}
signify {v}  :: señalar, suponer, representar, significar
sign in {v} (log in) SEE: log in  ::
sign language {n} (sign language)  :: lenguaje por señas {m}
sign of the cross {n} (gesture)  :: santiguamiento {m}
signum crucis {n} (gesture)  :: santiguamiento {m}
sign up {v} (to add a name to the list of people who are participating in something)  :: inscribir, alistar, enlistar [Mex.]
sign up {v} (to add one's own name to the list of people who are participating in something)  :: inscribir[pronominal], alistar [pronominal]
Sikh {n} /siːk/ (an adherent of Sikhism)  :: sij
Sikhism {prop} (religion)  :: sijismo
Sikkim {prop} /ˈsɪkɪm/ (state in eastern India which has Gangtok as its capital)  :: Sikkim, Sikín
silane {n}  :: silano {m}
Silas {prop} /ˈsaɪ.ləs/ (male given name)  :: Silas {m}
silence {interj} (common imperative instructing the addressed to remain silent)  :: ¡cállate!
silence {n} /ˈsaɪləns/ (lack of any sound)  :: silencio {m}
silence {v} (To make something silent)  :: silenciar
silence {v} (To suppress criticism)  :: hacer callar
silence is golden {proverb} (proverb)  :: el silencio es oro
silent {adj} (not implying significant modifications which would affect a peptide sequence)  :: silencioso
silent {adj} /ˈsaɪlənt/ (free from sound or noise; absolutely still; perfectly quiet)  :: silencioso, callar [verb "to be silent"]
silent {adj}  :: silencioso, callado
silent {adj} (undiagnosed or undetected because of an absence of symptoms)  :: silencioso
silent film {n} (film without sound)  :: cine mudo {m}
silently {adv} (in a silent manner; making no noise)  :: silenciosamente
silent miscarriage {n} (missed abortion) SEE: missed abortion  ::
Silesia {prop} /saɪˈliʒə/ (region)  :: Silesia {f}
silhouette {n} /ˌsɪlʊˈwɛt/ (representation of the outlines of an object filled in with a black color)  :: silueta {f}
silica {n} (silica group of the silicate minerals)  :: sílice {m}
silica {n} /ˈsɪl.ɪ.kə/ (silicon dioxide)  :: sílice {m}
silicate {n} /ˈsɪlɪkeɪt/ (salt or mineral)  :: silicato {m}
siliceous {adj} (relating to silica)  :: silíceo
silicon {n} /ˈsɪlɪkən/ (non-metallic element)  :: silicio {m}
silicon dioxide {n} (SiO2)  :: dióxido del silicio
silicone {n} /ˈsɪlɪkəʊn/ (any of a class of inert compounds of silicon)  :: silicona {f}
Silicon Valley {prop} (nickname for region in San Francisco)  :: Silicon Valley {m}, Valle del Silicio {m}
silique {n} (fruit with two carpels)  :: vaina {f}
silk {n} (fabric)  :: seda {f}
silk {n} /sɪlk/ (fiber)  :: seda {f}
silk-cotton tree {n} (tropical tree)  :: ceiba {f}, kapok {m}, capoc {m}, pochote {m} [Mexico], bonga {f} [Colombia], lupuna {f} [Peruvian Amazon]
silken {adj} (having a texture like silk)  :: sedoso
silken {adj} (made of silk)  :: de seda
Silk Road {prop} (Silk Road)  :: Ruta de la Seda {f}
silk-screen printing {n} (screen printing) SEE: screen printing  ::
silkworm {n} /ˈsɪlkwɜːm/ (caterpillar)  :: gusano de seda {m}
silky {adj} (similar in texture or appearance to silk)  :: sedoso
sill {n} /sɪl/ (base of a window)  :: alféizar {m}, antepecho {m}, parapeto {m}
sillimanite {n} (mineral)  :: silimanita {f}
silly {adj} (irresponsible, showing irresponsible behaviors)  :: infantil
silly {adj}  :: necio, bobo, simple, absurdo, insensato, tonto
silly {adj} (pejorative: simple, not intelligent, unrefined)  :: tontito, simple
silly {adj} (playful, giggly)  :: payaso
silly {adj} (semiconscious)  :: semiaturdido
silly {adj} /ˈsɪli/ (foolish, showing a lack of good sense and wisdom)  :: niñito
silo {n} /ˈsaɪloʊ/ (vertical building for storing grain)  :: silo {m}
silo {n} (underground bunker)  :: silo {m}
silt {n} /sɪlt/ (fine earth deposited by water)  :: limo {m}, sedimentos fluviales {m-p}, fango {m}
silvan {adj}  :: nemoroso
silver {adj} (having a color/colour like silver)  :: plateado, argentino
silver {adj} (made from another white metal)  :: blanco
silver {adj} (made from silver)  :: de plata
silver {n} (coins)  :: (monedas de) plata {f}
silver {n} (color/colour)  :: plateado {m}
silver {n} (cutlery/silverware)  :: platería {f}
silver {n} (items made of silver or other white metal)  :: plata labrada {f}
silver {n} /ˈsɪl.vɚ/ (metal)  :: plata {f}
silverback {n} (mature male gorilla)  :: espalda plateada {m}
silver ball {n} (pinball) SEE: pinball  ::
silvered {adj} (coated with silver)  :: plateado
silverfish {n} (type of bristletail)  :: lepisma {f}, pececillo de plata {m}
silver fox {n} (fox with pale yellow fur)  :: zorro plateado {m}
silver lining {n} (a good aspect of a mostly bad event)  :: lado positivo {m}
silver medal {n} (medal made of, or having the colour of, silver)  :: medalla de plata {f}
silver-plate {v} (to coat a metal surface with a thin layer of silver)  :: platear, argentar
silverside {n} (fish of the family Atherinidae)  :: pejerrey {m}, tinícalo {m}
silversmith {n} (person who makes articles out of silver)  :: platero {m}, platera {f}
silver-tongued {adj} (eloquent and articulate)  :: de voz encantador
silverware {n} ((US) knives, forks and spoons)  :: cubiertos {m-p}
silvery {adj} (resembling silver)  :: plateado {m}, plateada {f}, argénteo {m}, argéntea {f}, argentino {m}, argentina {f}
silvery-cheeked antshrike {n} (Sakesphorus cristatus)  :: batará crestado
Silvia {prop} (female given name)  :: Silvia
Silvius {prop} (male given name)  :: Silvio
SIM card {n} (small, removable card which stores mobile phone data)  :: tarjeta SIM {f}
Simeon {prop} (second son of Jacob)  :: Simeón
Simferopol {prop} /ˌsɪmfəˈroʊpəl/ (city)  :: Simferópol {m}
simian {adj} (resembling an ape)  :: símico
simian {adj} /ˈsɪm.i.ən/ (of or pertaining to apes)  :: símico
simian {n} (an ape or a monkey)  :: simio {m}
similar {adj} (of geometric figures, having the same shape)  :: semejante
similar {adj} /ˈsɪməlɚ/ (Having traits or characteristics in common; alike, comparable)  :: similar, semejante, parecido
similarity {n} /sɪmɪˈlæɹɪti/ (closeness)  :: semejanza {f}, similitud {f}, [barbarism] similaridad {f}
similarly {adv} (in a similar style or manner)  :: similarmente, igualmente, asimismo, de la misma manera
simile {n} /ˈsɪməli/ (figure of speech in which one thing is compared to another)  :: símil {m}
similitude {n} (similarity or resemblance to something else)  :: similitud {f}
simmer {n} (process of simmering)  :: calentamiento {m}
simmer {v} ((intransitive) to cook or undergo heating slowly)  :: calentar, entibiar, cocerse a fuego lento
simmer {v} ((transitive) to cause to cook or undergo heating slowly)  :: entibiar, cocer a fuego lento
Simon {prop} (male given name)  :: Simón
Simon {prop} /ˈsaɪmən/ (biblical characters)  :: Simón
Simonides {prop} (poet)  :: Simónides {m}
Simon says {n} (children's game)  :: Simón dice
simony {n} /ˈsaɪ.mə.ni/ (act of buying and selling ecclesiastical offices and pardons)  :: simonía {f}
simper {n} (frivolous smile)  :: sonrisa afectada {f} (lit., affected smile)
simper {v} /ˈsɪmpɚ/ (To smile in a frivolous manner)  :: sonreírse afectadamente (lit., to smile affectedly)
simple {adj} /ˈsɪmpəl/ (uncomplicated)  :: simple, sencillo
simple {n} (preparation from one plant)  :: simple {m}
simple future {n} (future tense)  :: futuro simple {m}, futuro imperfecto {m}
simple machine {n} (device)  :: máquina simple {f}
simpleness {n} (property of being simple)  :: simplicidad {f}
simple past {n} (the simple past)  :: pretérito
simple present {n} (present tense)  :: presente
simple sentence {n} (sentence containing one independent clause and no dependent clause)  :: oración simple {f}
simpleton {n} (simple person lacking common sense)  :: ababol, panoli {m}, simplón {m}
simplex {n} (an analogue in any dimension of the triangle or tetrahedron)  :: simplex {m}
simplicity {n} (freedom from artificial ornament, pretentious style, or luxury)  :: sencillez
simplicity {n} (freedom from complication; efficiency)  :: sencillez
simplicity {n} (quality or state of being simple, unmixed, or uncompounded; as, the simplicity of metals or of earths)  :: simplicidad {f}
simplification {n} /ˌsɪmpləfəˈkeɪʃən/ (act of simplifying)  :: simplificación {f}
Simplified Chinese {prop} (Chinese written using simplified characters)  :: chino simplificado {m}
simplify {v} /ˈsɪmplɪfaɪ/ (to make simpler)  :: simplificar
simplistic {adj} (overly simple)  :: simplista
simply {adv} /ˈsɪmpli/ (in a simple manner)  :: simplemente, sencillamente
simulacrum {n} /ˌsimjəˈleɪkrəm/ (image or representation)  :: simulacro {m}
simulate {v} /sɪmjʉːleɪt/ (to model, replicate, duplicate the behavior)  :: simular
simulated {adj} (made to imitate)  :: simulado
simulation {n} (assuming an appearance which is feigned, or not true)  :: simulación {f}
simulation {n} (process of simulating)  :: simulación {f}
simulation {n} (something which simulates)  :: simulación
simultaneity {n} /ˌsaɪməltə'niɪti/ (the quality or state of being simultaneous)  :: simultaneidad
simultaneous {adj} /ˌsaɪ̯m.əlˈteɪ̯n.i.əs/ (at the same time)  :: simultáneo
simultaneous {n} (simultaneous interpreting) SEE: simultaneous interpreting  ::
simultaneous interpreting {n} (simultaneous interpretation) SEE: simultaneous interpretation  ::
simultaneously {adv} /ˌsaɪməlˈteɪnɪəsli/ (occurring at the same time)  :: simultáneamente
simultaneousness {n} (the quality or state of being simultaneous)  :: simultaneidad
sin {n}  :: pecado {m}
sin {n} /sɪn/ (violation of religious law)  :: pecado {m}
sin {v} (to commit a sin)  :: pecar
Sinaloa {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Sinaloa {m}
since {conj} (because)  :: supuesto que, ya que, dado que, visto que, porque
since {conj} (from the time that)  :: desde que
since {prep} /sɪn(t)s/ (from (time))  :: desde
sincere {adj} /sɪnˈsɪə(ɹ)/ (earnest)  :: sincero
sincerely {adv} (In a sincere or earnest manner; honestly)  :: sinceramente
sincereness {n} (sincerity) SEE: sincerity  ::
sincerity {n} (quality of being sincere)  :: sinceridad {f}
sindonology {n} (study of holy shroud)  :: sindonología {f}
sine {n} /saɪn/ (trigonometric function)  :: seno {m}
sinecure {n} /ˈsaɪ.nə.kjʊɹ/ (a position that requires no work but still gives a payment)  :: canonjía, sinecura, [vulgar] enchufe
Sinemurian {n} (subdivision of the Jurassic period)  :: Sinemuriense
sine qua non {n} /ˈsaɪni kwɑ ˈnɒn/ (prerequisite)  :: condición sine qua non {f}
sinew {n} /ˈsɪnjuː/ (tendon) SEE: tendon  ::
sine wave {n} (waveform)  :: onda senoidal {f}
sinful {adj} (evil) SEE: evil  ::
sinful {adj} /ˈsɪnfəl/ (of or relating to sin)  :: pecaminoso
sing {v} /siːŋ/ (to produce harmonious sounds with one’s voice)  :: cantar
singable {adj} (capable of being sung)  :: cantable
Singapore {prop} /ˈsɪŋəpɔː/ (Republic of Singapore)  :: Singapur {m}
Singaporean {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Singapore)  :: singapurense
Singaporean {n} (a person from Singapore)  :: singapurense {m} {f}
Singapore dollar {n} (official currency of Singapore)  :: dólar de Singapur {m}
singe {v} /sɪnd͡ʒ/ (to burn slightly)  :: chamuscar
singer {n} /ˈsɪŋɚ/ (person who sings)  :: cantante {m} {f}, cantor {m}, cantora {f}
singeress {n} (songstress) SEE: songstress  ::
singer-songwriter {n} (singer-songwriter)  :: cantautor {m} {f}
singing {n} /ˈsɪŋɪŋ/ (the act of using the voice to produce musical sounds; vocalizing)  :: canto {m}
single {adj} (not divided in parts)  :: solo, único
single {adj} (not married nor dating)  :: soltero {m}, soltera {f}
single {adj} /ˈsɪŋɡl/ (not accompanied by anything else)  :: solo, único
single {n} (45 RPM vinyl record)  :: sencillo {m}
single {n} (one-way ticket) SEE: one-way ticket  ::
single {n} (one who is not married)  :: soltero {m}, soltera {f}
single {n} (popular song)  :: sencillo {m}
single {v} (farming: to thin out) SEE: thin out  ::
single celled {adj} (consisting of one cell) SEE: unicellular  ::
single file {adv} (line or queue one person wide)  :: fila india {f}
single ticket {n} (one-way ticket) SEE: one-way ticket  ::
singly even {adj} (singly even)  :: par solamente
singular {adj} (being only one of larger population)  :: singular
singular {adj} (being out of the ordinary)  :: singular
singular {adj} (being the only one of a kind)  :: singular
singular {adj} (distinguished by superiority)  :: único
singular {adj} (grammar: referring to only one thing)  :: singular
singular {n} (grammar: form of a word that refers to only one thing)  :: singular {m}
singularity {n} (physics: point of infinite density)  :: singularidad {f}
singularity {n} /ˌsɪŋgjəˈlæɹətɪ/ (peculiar state or occurrence)  :: singularidad {f}
singulative {n} (a singulative form or construction)  :: singulativo
Sinhala {prop} /ˈsɪnhələ/ (Sinhalese) SEE: Sinhalese  ::
Sinhalese {adj} /sɪnhəˈliːz/ (of or pertaining to Sri Lanka)  :: cingalés
Sinhalese {n} (Sinhalese person)  :: cingalés {m}
Sinhalese {prop} (the language)  :: cingalés
sinicization {n} (process of sinicising)  :: sinización {f}, sinificación {f}
sinicize {v} (make Chinese in form or character)  :: achinar
sinister {adj} (heraldic "left")  :: siniestro {m}, izquierdo {m}
sinister {adj} (of the left)  :: siniestro {m}
sinister {adj} /ˈsɪnɨstər/ (evil)  :: siniestro {m}
Sinitic {adj} /saɪˈnɪtɪk/ (relating to the group of Chinese languages)  :: sinítico
sink {n} (basin)  :: lavamanos {m}, fregadero {m}
sink {n} (sinkhole) SEE: sinkhole  ::
sink {n} (wastewater drain)  :: desagüe {m}
sink {v} (cause (ship, etc) to sink)  :: hundir
sink {v} (push (something) into)  :: enclochar
sink {v} /sɪŋk/ (descend into liquid, etc)  :: hundir
sink {v} (submerge)  :: hundir, sumergir, sumergirse
sinker {n} /sɪŋkə(ɹ)/ (sinker nail) SEE: sinker nail  ::
sink hole {n} (depression due to underlying erosion)  :: cenote
sinkhole {n}  :: cenote
sinkhole {n} (geology: hole formed in soluble rock)  :: dolina {f}
Sinkiang {prop} (Xinjiang) SEE: Xinjiang  ::
sinner {n} /ˈsɪnɚ/ (person who has sinned)  :: pecador {m}, pecadora {f}
Sino- {prefix} /ˈsɪnəʊ/ (relating to China or Chinese)  :: chino-, sino-
Sinocentrism {n} /ˌsɪnɵˈsɛntɹɪzəm/ (belief that China is the center of the Earth)  :: sinocentrismo {m}
sinologist {n} (a student, or expert in sinology)  :: sinólogo {m}
sinology {n} (Chinese studies) SEE: Chinese studies  ::
Sinophobia {n} /ˌsaɪnəˈfoʊbiə/ (the fear of China or Chinese)  :: sinofobia {f}
Sinophone {adj} (speaking Chinese)  :: chinoparlante, chinoablante
Sinophone {n} (a speaker of Chinese)  :: sinófono {m}
Sino-Xenic {adj} (Sino-Japanese) SEE: Sino-Japanese  ::
Sino-Xenic {adj} (Sino-Korean) SEE: Sino-Korean  ::
Sino-Xenic {adj} (Sino-Vietnamese) SEE: Sino-Vietnamese  ::
sinter {v} /ˈsɪntə/ (to compact and heat a powder to form a solid mass)  :: sinterizar
sintering {n} (A process in which the particles of a powder are welded together by pressure and heating to a temperature below its melting point)  :: sinterización {f}
sinuate {adj} (roughly the same height for most of its length)  :: festoneado
sinuosity {n} (the property of being sinuous)  :: sinuosidad {f}
sinuous {adj} (having curves in alternate directions; meandering)  :: sinuoso
sinus {n} /ˈsaɪnəs/ (pouch or cavity in any organ or tissue)  :: seno {m}
sinusitis {n} (inflammation)  :: sinusitis {m}
sinusoid {adj} /ˈsaɪnəsɔɪd/ (sinusoidal) SEE: sinusoidal  ::
sinusoidal {adj} /saɪnəˈsɔɪdəl/ (in the form of a sine wave)  :: senoidal
sip {n} /sɪp/ (A small mouthful of drink)  :: sorbo {m}
sip {v} (To drink slowly, small mouthfuls at a time)  :: sorber
siphon {n} /ˈsaɪfən/ (a bent pipe or tube with one end lower than the other)  :: sifón {m}
siphon {v} (transfer by means of a siphon)  :: sifonear
sippy cup {n} (spill-proof cup for toddlers)  :: vaso infantil
sir {n} /sɝ/ (address to any male, especially if his name or proper address is unknown)  :: señor {m}
sir {n}  :: señor {m}
sire {n} (lord, master, or person in authority)  :: amo {m}, dueño {m}, señor {m}, seor {m}, ser {m}
sire {n} (male animal)  :: semental apareado {m}
siren {n} (device for making a sound alarm)  :: sirena {f}
siren {n} /ˈsaɪrən/ (nymph of Greek mythology)  :: sirena {f}
siren song {n} (enticing but dangerous appeal)  :: canto de sirena {m}
sirensong {n} (siren song) SEE: siren song  ::
siriometer {n}  :: siriómetro
Sirius {prop} /ˈsɪɹiəs/  :: Sirio {m}
sirloin {n} (cut of beef)  :: solomillo, palomilla
sirocco {n} (wind)  :: siroco {m}
sirup {n} (syrup) SEE: syrup  ::
siskin {n} /ˈsɪskɪn/ (small European finch) SEE: Eurasian siskin  ::
sissy {n} (a timid, unassertive or cowardly person)  :: calzonazos {m}
sissy {n} (sister) SEE: sis  ::
sissy {n} /ˈsɪsi/ (an effeminate boy or man)  :: afeminado
sister {n} (a nun; a female member of a religious community)  :: hermana {f}, sor {f} [title]
sister {n} (attributively: of an entity that has a special relationship with another)  :: hermano {m}, hermana {f}
sister {n} /ˈsɪstɚ/ (woman or girl having the same parents)  :: hermana {f}
sister city {n} (city in a relationship of cordiality)  :: ciudad hermana {f}
sistergirl {n} (informal term of address for a female)  :: mijita {f}, [Argentina] nenita {f}, [Chile] flaquita {f}
sister-in-law {n} (brother's wife)  :: cuñada {f}
sister-in-law {n} (husband's brother's wife)  :: cuñada {f}
sister-in-law {n} (husband's sister)  :: cuñada {f}
sister-in-law {n} (wife's brother's wife)  :: cuñada {f}
sister-in-law {n} (wife's sister)  :: cuñada {f}
sister-wife {n} (co-wife)  :: coesposa
sistrum {n} /ˈsɪstrəm/ (instrument)  :: sistro {m}
Sisyphus {prop} /ˈsɪsɪfəs/ (figure)  :: Sísifo {m}
sit {v} (move oneself into such a position)  :: sentarse
sit {v} (of an agreement or arrangement, to be accepted)  :: encajar
sit {v} (of an object: occupy a given position permanently)  :: asentarse
sit {v} /sɪt/ (of a person, be in a position in which the upper body is upright and the legs are supported)  :: sentar se, estar sentado
sit {v} (to be a member of a deliberative body)  :: pertenecer
sit down {v} (to assume a sitting position from a standing position)  :: sentarse
site {n} (a website)  :: sitio {m}
site {n} (region where chemical reactions take place)  :: sitio
site {n} /saɪt/ (place where anything is fixed; situation; local position)  :: solar {m}
site map {n} (webpage that lists the contents of a website)  :: mapa del sitio {m}
sit-in {n} (type of protest)  :: encierro {m}
sit on it {v} (sit on) SEE: sit on  ::
sitting {n} /ˈsɪtɪŋ/ (a period during which one is seated for a specific purpose)  :: sentada {f}
sitting duck {n} (an obvious or unconcealed target)  :: blanco {m} fácil, presa fácil {f}
sitting room {n} (living room) SEE: living room  ::
situate {v}  :: situar
situated {adj} (located in a specific place)  :: situado
situation {n} (location)  :: localización {f}, ubicación {f}
situation {n} (one's status with regard to circumstances)  :: situación {f}, estado {m}
situation {n} (position of employment)  :: nivel {m}, puesto {m}
situation {n} (state of affairs)  :: situación {f}, estado {m}
situation {n} /sɪtjuːˈeɪʃən/ (position vis-à-vis surroundings)  :: localización {f}, ubicación {f}
situation comedy {n} (episodic comedy television program, see also: sitcom)  :: comedia de situación
sit up {v} (rise to a sitting position)  :: sentarse
sit-up {n} /ˈsɪt.ʌp/ (exercise in which the abdominal muscles are contracted)  :: abdominal {m}
six {num} /sɪks/ (cardinal number)  :: seis
six hundred {num} /ˈsɪks ˈhʌn.dɹəd/ (cardinal number 600)  :: seiscientos
six o'clock {n} (the start of the seventh hour)  :: las seis
sixteen {num} /ˈsɪk.stiːn/ (cardinal number 16)  :: dieciséis {m}
sixteenth {n} (one of sixteen equal parts of a whole)  :: decimosexto {m}
sixteenth {num} /ˌsɪksˈtiːnθ/ (the ordinal form of the number sixteen)  :: decimosexto
sixteenth note {n} (sixteenth note) SEE: semiquaver  ::
sixth {adj} /sɪksθ/ (ordinal form of the number six)  :: sexto
sixth {n} (one of six equal parts of a whole)  :: sexto {m}
sixth {n} (person or thing in sixth place)  :: sexto {m}
sixth sense {n} (extrasensory perception)  :: sexto sentido {m}
sixtieth {adj} /ˈsɪkstiəθ/ (the ordinal form of the number sixty)  :: sexagésimo
sixtieth {n} (one of sixty equal parts of a whole)  :: sesentavo
sixtieth {n} (person or thing in the sixtieth position)  :: sexagésimo
Sixto-Clementine {adj} /ˌsɪkstəʊˈklɛməntaɪn/ (of, pertaining to, or designating the Sixto-Clementine Vulgate or its text)  :: sixtoclementino
sixty {num} /ˈsɪksti/ (cardinal number)  :: sesenta
sixty-eight {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y ocho
sixty-first {num} (ordinal number)  :: sexagésimo primero
sixty-five {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y cinco
sixty-four {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y cuatro
sixty-nine {n} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y nueve
sixty-nine {n}  :: sesenta y nueve
sixty-nine {n} (sex position)  :: sesenta y nueve
sixty-one {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y uno
sixty-second {num} (ordinal number)  :: sexagésimo segundo
sixty-seven {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y siete
sixty-six {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y seis
sixty-three {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y tres
sixty-two {num} (cardinal number)  :: sesenta y dos
sizable {adj} (sizeable) SEE: sizeable  ::
size {n} (a specific set of dimensions for clothing)  :: talla {f}
size {n} (assize) SEE: assize  ::
size {n} /saɪz/ (dimensions or magnitude of a thing)  :: tamaño {m}
size {n} (thin, weak glue intended to be painted upon)  :: sellador {m}, cola {f}
size {n} (wallpaper paste)  :: cola {f}
size {v} (to apply primer to a surface which is to be painted)  :: sellar, encolar
size {v} (to classify or arrange by size)  :: formar por tamaño, ordenar por tamaño
size {v} (to estimate the size of)  :: medir
sizzle {n} (the sound of water hitting a hot surface)  :: chirriar
sizzle {n} (zing, zip, or pizazz; excitement)  :: chirrido {m}
sizzle {v} (to make the sound of water hitting a hot surface)  :: chisporrotear, chirriar
skandha {n} (any of the five aspects constituting the sentient being in Buddhism)  :: agregado
skate {n} (act of skating or ice skating)  :: patinaje {m}
skate {n}  :: patín {m}
skate {n} /skeɪt/ (ice skate or roller skate)  :: patín {m}
skate {v}  :: patinar
skate {v} (to move along a surface (ice or ground) using skates)  :: patinar
skateboard {n} (platform on wheels)  :: monopatín {m}
skateboarding {n} (riding on a skateboard)  :: skate {m}, skateboarding {m}, monopatinaje {m}
skater {n} (insect) SEE: water strider  ::
skater {n} /ˈskeɪ.tə(ɹ)/ (person who skates)  :: patinador {m}, patinadora {f}
skating {n} (action or sport)  :: patinaje {m}
skedaddle {v} /skɪˈdædəl/ (move or run away quickly)  :: largarse, irse
skeeter {n} (mosquito) SEE: mosquito  ::
skein {n} /skeɪn/ (quantity of yarn)  :: madeja {f}
skein {n} (winning streak) SEE: winning streak  ::
skeletal {adj} (haggard)  :: esquelético
skeletal {adj} (of, or relating to the skeleton)  :: esquelético
skeleton {n} (frame that provides support to a building)  :: estructura {f}
skeleton {n} (system that provides support to an organism)  :: esqueleto {m}
skeleton {n} (very thin person)  :: esqueleto {m}
skeleton key {n} (a key that opens a range of locks)  :: llave maestra {f}
Skene's gland {n} (a gland)  :: glándulas de Skene {f}, glándulas uretrales {f}, glándulas parauretrales {f}, glándulas vestibulares menores {f}, punto U {m}, próstata femenina {f}
skeptic {n} (someone who habitually doubts beliefs and claims)  :: escéptico {m}
skeptical {adj} (related to skepticism)  :: escéptico
skeptical {adj} /ˈskeptɪkəl/ (having, or expressing doubt)  :: escéptico
skepticism {n} (general disposition to doubt)  :: escepticismo {m}
sketch {n} (lookout) SEE: lookout  ::
sketch {n} (quick freehand drawing)  :: esbozo {m}, bosquejo {m}, esquicio {m}
sketch {n} (rough design or draft)  :: boceto {m}
sketch {n} (short musical, dramatic or literary work or idea)  :: sketch {m}
sketch {v} (to create a sketch)  :: esbozar, bosquejar
skew {adj} /skjuː/ (neither perpendicular nor parallel)  :: asimétrico, oblicuo
skewer {n} /ˈskjuːəɹ/ (pin used to secure food during cooking)  :: brocheta {f}, fierrito {m}, anticucho {m}, pincho
skewness {n} (measure of the asymmetry)  :: asimetría {f}
ski {n} /skiː/ (one of a pair of long flat runners designed for gliding over snow)  :: esquí {m}
ski {v} (to move on skis)  :: esquiar
skiascope {n} (retinoscope) SEE: retinoscope  ::
skid {n} /skɪd/ (out of control sliding motion)  :: resbalón {m}
skid {v} (to slide in an uncontrolled manner)  :: resbalar, patinar
skid mark {n} (visible stain left on underpants)  :: palomino, raspa [Spain]
skidmark {n} (visible stain left on underpants)  :: palomino {m}
skier {n} (someone who practices skiing)  :: esquiador
skiff {n} (Any of various types of boats small enough for sailing or rowing by one person)  :: batel {m}
skilful {adj} (possessing skill, skilled)  :: ducho, hábil, habilidoso {m}
skill {n} /skɪl/ (capacity to do something well)  :: destreza {f}, habilidad {f}, maña {f}, talento {m}
skilled {adj} /skɪld/ (having or showing skill)  :: hábil, diestro {m}
skillet {n} /ˈskɪlɪt/ (pan for frying)  :: sartén
skillful {adj} /skɪl.fəl/ (possessing skill)  :: ducho, hábil
skim {adj} (having lowered fat content)  :: descremado
skim {v} (read quickly, skipping some detail)  :: hojear, leer por encima
skim {v} (remove cream)  :: desnatar
skim {v} (ricochet)  :: rebotar
skim {v} (scrape off; remove (something) from a surface)  :: desnatar
skim {v} /skɪm/ (throw an object so it bounces on water)  :: rebotar
ski mask {n} (A warm cap shielding the neck and head)  :: balaclava {f}
skim milk {n} (milk with removed cream)  :: leche desnatada {f}, leche descremada {f}
skimp {v} /skɪmp/ (to save; to be parsimonious or stingy)  :: escatimar
skin {n} (image used as the background of graphical user interface)  :: máscara {f}
skin {n} (skin of an animal used by humans)  :: piel {f}
skin {n} /skɪn/ (outer covering of the body of a person or animal)  :: piel {f}
skin {v} (to remove the skin of)  :: despellejar, desollar
skin and bones {n} (emaciated; very skinny)  :: piel y huesos
skin cancer {n} (malignant growth on the skin)  :: cáncer de piel {m}
skinflint {n} (one who is excessively stingy or cautious with money)  :: avaro {m}, tacaño {m}
skin mag {n} (skin magazine) SEE: skin magazine  ::
skin magazine {n} (adult or pornographic magazine)  :: revista porno {f}
skinny {adj} /ˈskɪni/ (thin)  :: delgado, [to a more extreme degree] flaco
skinny {n} (A skinny person)  :: flaco {m}
skip {v} /skɪp/ (to move by hopping on alternate feet)  :: saltar
skip {v} (to omit or disregard intermediate items or stages)  :: saltear
skipjack {n} (Katsuwonus pelamis)  :: listado {m}, rayado {m}, bonito {m}
skip rope {n} (rope used) SEE: skipping rope  ::
skip rope {v} (to jump over a rope) SEE: jump rope  ::
skirmish {n} (minor dispute)  :: escaramuza {f}, berrinche {m}
skirmish {n} /ˈskɜː(r)mɪʃ/ (brief battle between small groups)  :: escaramuza {f}, [Latin America] enfrentamiento
skirmish {v} (to engage in a minor battle or dispute)  :: escaramuzar
skirmisher {n} (soldier)  :: escaramuzador {m}, hostigador {m}
skirt {n} (part of dress)  :: falda {f}, enaguas {f-p} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua], pollera {f} [Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay], saya {f} [Cuba]
skirt {n} /skɜ˞t/ (clothing)  :: falda {f}, enaguas {f-p} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua], pollera {f} [Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay], saya {f} [Cuba]
skirting board {n} (panel between floor and interior wall)  :: zócalo {m}
skitrack {n} (ski track) SEE: ski track  ::
Skopje {prop} (capital of Macedonia)  :: Skopie
Skopje {prop} (Macedonia) SEE: Macedonia  ::
Skopostheorie {n} (idea that translating and interpreting should take into account function) SEE: Skopos theory  ::
skua {n} /ˈskjuːə/ (predatory seabird of the family Stercorariidae)  :: págalo {m}
skulk {v} /skʌlk/ (to conceal oneself; to hide)  :: merodear
skull {n} (death's-head, skull)  :: calavera {f}
skull {n} /skʌl/ (cranium)  :: cráneo {m} , calavera {f}
skull and crossbones {n} (symbol of death)  :: calavera {f}
skullcap {n} /ˈskʌlkæp/ (cap that covers from the forehead to just above the back of the neck)  :: kipá {f}
skullduggery {n} (deceptive activities) SEE: skulduggery  ::
skunk {n} /skʌŋk/ (animal)  :: [Spain] mofeta {f}, [Costa Rica] zorro hediondo {m}, [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua] zorrillo {m}
skunk {n} (skunkweed) SEE: marijuana  ::
sky {n} (heaven)  :: cielos {m-p}
sky {n} /skaɪ/ (atmosphere above a point)  :: firmamento {m}, cielo {m}
sky {n} (specific view, condition)  :: firmamento {m}
sky blue {adj} (colour)  :: celeste
sky burial {n} (a Tibetan funeral practice)  :: entierro celestial {m}
skyclad {adj} (naked outdoors)  :: vestido al cielo
skyclad {adj} /ˈskaɪ.klæd/ (nude) SEE: nude  ::
skydiving {n} (jumping out of an aircraft and freefalling)  :: paracaidismo {m}
skylark {n} /ˈskaɪ.lɑɹk/ (small brown passerine bird)  :: alondra común {f}
skylight {n} /ˈskaɪˌlaɪt/ (opening in the roof)  :: tragaluz {m}, claraboya {f}, celaje {m}
skyline {n} /ˈskaɪˌlaɪn/ (horizon) SEE: horizon  ::
skyrocket {n} /ˈskaɪˌɹɒk.ɪt/ (pocket) SEE: pocket  ::
skyscraper {n} /ˈskaɪˌskɹeɪpɚ/ (tall building)  :: rascacielos {m}, torre {f}
slab {n} (paving stone)  :: baldosa {f}, adoquín {m}, losa {f}, valdosa {f}
slab {n} /slæb/ (flat piece of material)  :: plancha {f}, tabla {f}, lámina {f}
slack {adj} (not tense)  :: flojo {m}, flojo {m}
slack {adj} (weak)  :: flojo
slack {n} /slæk/ (small coal, coal dust)  :: carbonilla {f}, carboncillo {m} [Chile and Cuba]
slack {n} (tidal marsh or periodically filling shallow)  :: charco {m}
slack {v} (to procrastinate)  :: haraganear, flojear
slack {v} (to refuse to exert effort)  :: aflojarse, relajarse
slacken {v} /ˈslæ.kən/ ((intransitive) to gradually decrease in intensity)  :: aflojar
slacken {v} ((transitive) to gradually decrease in intensity)  :: aflojar
slag {n} /slæɡ/ (the impurities which result and are separated out when melting a metal or refining it from its ore)  :: escoria {f}
slag heap {n}  :: pila de desechos {f}
slake {v} /sleɪk/ (To become less energetic)  :: apagar
slake {v} (To become less intense)  :: apagar
slake {v} (To cool with water)  :: apagar
slake {v} (To satisfy thirst)  :: apagar
slake {v} (To slacken)  :: apagar
slaked lime {n} (calcium hydroxide) SEE: calcium hydroxide  ::
slalom {n} /ˈslɑː.ləm/ (sports)  :: eslalon {m}
slalom {v} (to race in a slalom)  :: eslalon {m}
slalomist {n} (slalomer) SEE: slalomer  ::
slam {n} (poetry slam) SEE: poetry slam  ::
slam {v} /slam/ (to shut with sudden force and noise)  :: azotar
slam {v} (to put with force and loud noise)  :: azotar, dejar caer
slam {v} (to speak badly of)  :: calumniar, derramar ponzoña
slam {v} (to strike forcefully with some implement)  :: azotar
slander {n} (false and malicious statement)  :: calumnia {f}
slander {v} (utter a slanderous statement)  :: calumniar, difamar
slanderer {n} (One who slanders)  :: calumniador {m}
slanderous {adj} (Both untrue and harmful to a reputation)  :: calumnioso
slang {n}  :: argot {m}, jerga {f}
slang {n} (cant) SEE: cant  ::
slang {n} (jargon) SEE: jargon  ::
slang {n} /sleɪŋ/ (slang)  :: argot {m}, jerga {f}, germanía {f}
slant {n} /ˈslænt/ (slope or incline)  :: inclinación {f}
slap {adv} (exactly)  :: justo {n}
slap {n} /slæp/ (A blow.)  :: bofetada {f}, cachetada {f}
slap {n} (The sound of such a blow.)  :: bofetada {f}, cachetada {f}
slap {v} (to cause something to strike soundly)  :: golpear
slap {v} (to give a slap)  :: abofetear, cachetear
slap {v} (To place, to put carelessly)  :: aventar
slap in the face {n} (slap in the face or on the cheek)  :: [Latin America] cachetada {f}, bofetada {f}, [Spain] torta {f}
slapper {n} (female of loose morals)  :: zorra {f}, ramera {f}, puta {f}
slapper {n} (prostitute)  :: puta {f}
slap someone five {v} (give someone five) SEE: give someone five  ::
slash {n} /slæʃ/ (slang: trip to the toilet to urinate)  :: hechar una meada {f}
slash {n} (slash fiction) SEE: slash fiction  ::
slash {n} (symbol)  :: barra {f}
slash and burn {n} (technique)  :: roza y quema {f}
slate {n} /sleɪt/ (rock)  :: pizarra {f}
slate {v} (destine)  :: destinar
slater {n} /ˈsleɪtɚ/ (one who lays slate)  :: pizarrero {m}
slattern {n} (prostitute) SEE: prostitute  ::
slattern {n} /ˈslætɚn/ (slut) SEE: slut  ::
slaughter {n} (killing of many people)  :: matanza {f}
slaughter {n} /ˈslɔtɝ/ (killing of animals (also kosher and halal rituals))  :: sacrificio {m}, faena {f}, matanza {f}
slaughter {v} (to butcher animals, generally for food (also kosher and halal rituals))  :: matar
slaughter {v} (to kill in a particularly brutal manner)  :: masacrar, matar, carnear
slaughterhouse {n} (abattoir) SEE: abattoir  ::
Slav {n} /slɑːv/ (a member of a group of peoples in Eastern Europe speaking a Slavic language)  :: eslavo {m}, eslava {f}
slave {n}  :: esclavo {m}, esclava {f}
slave {n} (person forced to work for another)  :: esclavo {m}
slave {n} /sleɪv/ (person owned by another)  :: esclavo {m}, esclava {f}
slave-girl {n} (female slave)  :: esclava {f}
slave-girl {n} (sex slave) SEE: sex slave  ::
slavery {n} (condition in which one is captivated or subjugated)  :: esclavitud {f}
slavery {n} (condition of servitude endured by a slave)  :: esclavitud {f}
slavery {n} /ˈsleɪvəɹi/ (institution or practice of owning human beings)  :: esclavitud {f}
Slavic {adj} /ˈslɑːvɪk/ (of the Slavs, their culture or languages)  :: eslavo {m}
Slavicist {n} (a scholar who specializes in the study of the Slavic family of languages)  :: slavista {m} {f}
Slavism {n} (a Slavic idiom or phrase)  :: eslavismo {m}
Slavistics {n} (Slavic studies) SEE: Slavic studies  ::
Slavonia {prop} (region of Croatia)  :: Eslavonia
Slavonic {adj} /sləˈvɒn.ɪk/ (Slavic) SEE: Slavic  ::
Slavonic studies {n} (Slavic studies) SEE: Slavic studies  ::
Slavyansk {prop} (Slovyansk) SEE: Slovyansk  ::
slaw {n} (coleslaw)  :: curtida {f} [El Salvador]
slay {v} /sleɪ/ (to kill, murder)  :: matar, asesinar
slayer {n} /ˈsleɪə/ (one who slays)  :: asesino {m}, asesina {f}
sleaze {n}  :: corrupción {f}, las corruptelas, los chanchullos; sordidez {f}, cutrez {f}
sleazebag {n} (morally reprehensible, disreputable, or sleazy person)  :: sinvergüenza {m} {f}, pájaro [Spain]
sleazy {adj}  :: cutre, corroncho, gacho, groncho, corrupto, escandaloso, sórdido
sleazy {adj} /sliː.zi/ (Marked by low quality; inferior; inadequate)  :: cutre, gacho [Mexico], sórdido, chungo
sled {n} (sledge) SEE: sledge  ::
sledge {n} /slɛdʒ/ (sledgehammer) SEE: sledgehammer  ::
sledge {n} (sleigh or sled)  :: trineo {m}
sledgehammer {n} (kind of hammer)  :: almádena {f}
sleek {adj}  :: liso
sleek {adj} (not rough or harsh)  :: liso
sleek {adj} /sliːk/ (smooth)  :: liso
sleep {n} /sliːp/ (state of reduced consciousness)  :: sueño {m}
sleep {n} (substance found in the corner of the eyes / figurative objectification of sleep)  :: legaña {f}, lagaña {f}, chele {m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras]
sleep {v} (to rest in state of reduced consciousness)  :: dormir
sleep disorder {n} (medical disorder of sleep patterns)  :: trastorno del sueño {m}
sleeper {n} (horizontal wooden or concrete structural member supporting railway lines)  :: durmiente {m}, traviesa {f}
sleeper {n} (railroad sleeping car) SEE: sleeping car  ::
sleeper {n} (someone who sleeps)  :: dormilón {m}
sleeper {n} (type of pajamas, see also: pajama for a person that covers the whole body, including the feet)  :: pijama con los pies
sleep in {v} (to sleep late)  :: habérsele pegado a uno las sábanas
sleepiness {n} (property of being sleepy)  :: sueño {m}, [Chile] tuto
sleeping {adj} /ˈsliːpɪŋ/ (asleep) SEE: asleep  ::
sleeping {n} (state or act of being asleep)  :: durmiendo {m}
sleeping bag {n} (padded or insulated bag)  :: saco de dormir {m}
Sleeping Beauty {prop} (fairy tale)  :: La Bella Durmiente
sleeping car {n} (a railroad car with sleeping facilities for passengers travelling overnight.)  :: vagón dormitorio {m}
sleeping pill {n} (a pill having a soporific effect)  :: somnífero {m}
sleep like a log {v} (to sleep well, without disturbance)  :: dormir como un tronco
sleep on it {v} (to postpone a decision until the following day)  :: consultar con la almohada [colloquial locution]
sleep paralysis {n} (inability to move or speak while falling asleep or upon awakening)  :: parálisis del sueño {f}
sleep start {n} (hypnic jerk) SEE: hypnic jerk  ::
sleep tight {interj} (good night)  :: buenas noches, duerma bien
sleep twitch {n} (hypnic jerk) SEE: hypnic jerk  ::
sleepwalk {v} (somnambulate) SEE: somnambulate  ::
sleepwalker {n} (somnambulist) SEE: somnambulist  ::
sleepwalking {n} (act of walking while not conscious or aware of it, during sleep)  :: sonambulismo {m}
sleepy {adj} /ˈsliːpi/ (feeling the need for sleep)  :: cansado, adormecido, sueño, soñoliento {m}
sleepy head {n} (a sleepy person) SEE: sleepyhead  ::
sleepyhead {n} (ruddy duck) SEE: ruddy duck  ::
sleepyhead {n} (sleepy person)  :: dormilón {m}, dormilona {f}
sleet {n} (mixture of rain and snow)  :: aguanieve {f}
sleet {n} /sliːt/ (rain which freezes before reaching the ground)  :: aguanieve {f}
sleeve {n} (mechanical covering or lining)  :: funda {f}
sleeve {n} /sliːv/ (part of a garment that covers the arm)  :: manga {f}
sleeve {v} (to fit a sleeve to)  :: enfundar
sleigh {adj} /sleɪ/ (sly) SEE: sly  ::
sleigh {n} (vehicle on runners) SEE: sledge  ::
sleight of hand {n} (performance)  :: escamoteo {m}, juego de manos {m}
sleight of hand {n} (skill)  :: escamoteo {m}, prestidigitación {f}
sleiveen {n} /ˈsliːviːn/ (dishonest person; trickster)  :: ratero, timador, petardista, estafador, caballero de industria, pícaro, bribón, tunante, truhán, taimado
slender {adj} (thin)  :: esbelto
sleuth {n} (detective)  :: detective {m}
sleuth {n} /sluːθ/ (bloodhound)  :: sabueso {m}
slew {n} (device used for slaying)  :: arma {f}
slew {n} /sljuː/ (the act, or process of slaying)  :: asesinato {m}
slice {n} (a section of image taken of an internal organ)  :: sección {f}, corte {m}
slice {n} /slaɪs/ (thin, broad piece cut off)  :: rebanada {f}
slice {v} (to cut into slices)  :: rebanar
slicer {n} (slicing cucumber) SEE: slicing cucumber  ::
slick {adj} (clever, making an apparently hard task easy)  :: astuto {m}
slick {adj} (slippery due to a covering of liquid)  :: resbaladizo
slick {n} (A covering of liquid, particularly oil)  :: marea negra {f}
slick {n} (A tire with a smooth surface instead of a tread pattern)  :: neumático liso
slide {n} (act of sliding)  :: deslizamiento {m}
slide {n} (item of play equipment)  :: tobogán {m}
slide {n} (microscope slide)  :: portaobjeto {m}, portaobjetos {m}
slide {n} (rubble, earth and stones moving down)  :: corrimiento {m}, corrimiento de tierra {m}
slide {n} (slide for playing slide guitar)  :: slide {m}
slide {n} (transparent image for projecting)  :: diapositiva {f}
slide {v} /slaɪd/ (to cause to move in contact with a surface)  :: deslizar
slide {v} (to lose balance)  :: resbalar
slide {v} (to move in continuous contact with a surface)  :: resbalar
slide fastener {n} (zip fastener) SEE: zip fastener  ::
slide fastener {n} (zip fastener) SEE: zip fastener  ::
slide rule {n} (analog calculator)  :: regla de cálculo {f}
sliding door {n} (door)  :: puerta corredera {f}
slight {adj} /slaɪt/ (insignificant)  :: insignificante, leve, ligero
slightly {adv} /ˈslaɪtli/ (to a small extent or degree)  :: levemente, ligeramente
slim {adj} /slɪm/ (slender)  :: flaco, delgado
slim {v} (lose weight)  :: adelgazarse, enflaquecer, enflaquecerse, enflacar
slime {n} (mucilaginous substance or mucus-like substance)  :: baba {f}, moco {m}
slime {n} /slaɪm/ (mud)  :: limo {m}, cieno {m}, lama {f}, légamo {m}
slimy {adj} /ˈslaɪ.mi/ (glutinous)  :: viscoso, baboso; pegajoso, gelatinoso; empalagoso
slimy {adj} (underhanded)  :: tramposo {m}, tramposa {f}
sling {n} (bandage)  :: cabestrillo {m}
sling {n} (instrument for throwing)  :: honda {f}
sling {n} (rope or chain arrangement)  :: eslinga {f}
sling {v} /ˈsliːŋ/ (to throw)  :: tirar, lanzar, arrojar
slinger {n} (someone who slings or who uses a sling)  :: hondero {m}
slingshot {n} /ˈslɪŋʃɒt/ (Y-shaped stick)  :: baladora {f} [Peruvian Amazonia], biombo {m} [Panama], catapulta {f} [Costa Rica], cauchera {f} [Colombia], charpe {m} [Southwestern Mexico], chilinchate {m} [Honduras], china {f} [Venezuela], estiladera {f} [Spain's Canary Islands], fonda {f} [Central and Western Venezuela], gomera {f} [Argentina], gomero {m} [Northwestern and Southern Central Spain], honda {f} [Bolivia, Colombian Atlantic Coast, Chile, Guatemala, Northwestern Argentina, Northwestern Venezuela, Peru, Uruguay], hondilla {f} [El Salvador, Honduras], hondita {f} [Paraguay], hulera {f} [Nicaragua], jebe {m} [Peru], resortera {f} [Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexican standard usage], tiracantos {m} [Western Central Spain], tirachinas {m} [Spain standard usage], tirachinos {m} [Southwestern Spain], tiradera {f} [Spain's Canary Islands], tirador {m} [Northwestern Mexico, Southern Central and Northeastern Spain], tiragomas {m} [Northern Central Spain, specifically Cantabria, Basque Country, Soria, La Rioja and Aragon], tirahule {m} [Southeastern Mexico], tirapiedras {m} [Cuba, Dominican Republic], tira-tira {m} [Northwestern Venezuela, specifically State of Falcon]
slip {n} (act of slipping)  :: resbalón
slip {n} (error)  :: falta {f}, error {m}, equivocación {f}, desliz {m}, descuido {m},
slip {n} (nautical: space for a ship to moor) SEE: berth  ::
slip {n} (women’s undergarment)  :: combinación {f}
slip {v} /slɪp/ (to lose one's traction)  :: deslizar, resbalar
slip {v} (to err)  :: tropezar
slip of the tongue {n} (mistake in speech)  :: lapsus linguae {m}
slipper {n} (low shoe slipped on and off easily)  :: zapatilla
slipper {n} (low shoe usually worn indoors)  :: pantufla {f}, zapatilla {f}, babucha {f}
slipper animalcule {n} (paramecium) SEE: paramecium  ::
slippery {adj} /ˈslɪpəɹi/ (of a surface)  :: resbaladizo, escurridizo
slippery jack {n} (mushroom in genus Suillus)  :: boleto anillado, babosillo
slipstick {n} (slide rule) SEE: slide rule  ::
slipstream {n} (A genre of fantastic or non-realistic fiction)  :: ciencia ficción no convencional {f}, ficción estela {f}
slipstream {n} (the low pressure zone)  :: rebufo {m}, cono de aspiración {m}, cono de succión {m}
slipstream {v} (to incorporate additional software)  :: estela {f}, instalación integrada {f}
slipstream {v} (to take advantage of the suction)  :: ir a rebufo, ir justo detrás de, ir a rueda de
slit {n} /ˈslɪt/ (narrow cut or opening; a slot)  :: ranura {f}, abertura {f}, rendija {f}, fisura
slit {n} (vulgar, slang: opening of the vagina)  :: raja, rayita {f}
sliver {n} (bait made of pieces of small fish)  :: cebo lengüeta
sliver {n} (New York: A narrow high-rise apartment building)  :: edificio, rascacielos
sliver {n} /ˈslɪ.vɚ/ (a long piece cut or rent off; a sharp, slender fragment)  :: astilla
slob {n} /slɒb/ (lazy, slovenly person)  :: vago
slobber {v} (To allow saliva or liquid to run from one's mouth)  :: babear
sloe {n} /sləʊ/ (fruit of Prunus spinosa)  :: endrina {f}
sloe {n} (tree of the genus Prunus bearing dark-purple fruit)  :: endrino {m}
sloe {n} (tree Prunus spinosa) SEE: blackthorn  ::
slogan {n}  :: eslogan {m}, lema {m}
slogan {n} /ˈsloʊɡən/ (phrase associated with a product, used in advertising)  :: eslogan {m}, lema {m}
sloop {n}  :: balandra {f}, chalupa {f}
sloop {n} /sluːp/ (single-masted sailboat)  :: balandra {f}
slop {n} (scraps which are fed to pigs)  :: bazofia {f}, tichate {m}
slope {n} (angle of a roof surface)  :: pendiente {f}
slope {n} (area of ground that tends evenly upward or downward)  :: pendiente {f}, cuesta {f}
slope {n} (degree to which a surface tends upward or downward)  :: desnivel {m}, inclinación {f}
slope {n} (mathematics)  :: inclinación
slope {n} (math: slope of the line tangent to a curve at a given point)  :: pendiente {f}
slope {n} (offensive: person of East Asian descent)  :: ojo chueco, chuequito {m}
sloppy {adj} (messy; not neat, elegant, or careful)  :: desprolijo
slot {n} (A slot machine designed for gambling)  :: tragamonedas {f}, máquina tragamonedas {f}
slot {n} /slɒt/ (narrow depression, perforation, or aperture)  :: ranura {f}
sloth {n} (mammal)  :: perezoso {m}, [Venezuela] pereza {f}
sloth {n} /slɔθ/ (laziness)  :: pereza {f}
slot machine {n} (vending machine) SEE: vending machine  ::
slough {n} /slaʊ/ (state of depression)  :: agüite {m}
Slovak {adj} (of Slovakia or its language)  :: eslovaco {m}
Slovak {n} (native of Slovakia)  :: eslovaco {m}, eslovaca {f}
Slovak {prop} (language of Slovakia)  :: eslovaco {m}
Slovakia {prop} /sloʊˈvɑ.ki.ə/ (Slovakia)  :: Eslovaquia {f}
Slovene {adj} /ˈsləʊˌviːn/ (adjective)  :: esloveno
Slovene {n} (a person)  :: esloveno {m}
Slovene {prop} (the language)  :: esloveno {m}
Slovenia {prop} /sloʊˈə/ (country in Europe)  :: Eslovenia {f}
Slovenian {adj} /ˌsləˈvɪinɪiən/ (Slovene) SEE: Slovene  ::
Slovenian {n} (Slovene) SEE: Slovene  ::
Slovenian {prop} (Slovene) SEE: Slovene  ::
slovenly {adj} (careless or negligent; sloppy)  :: descuidado
slovenly {adj} /ˈslʌv.ə (having an untidy appearance; unkempt)  :: dejado
slovenly {adj}  :: sucio
Slovyansk {prop} (city)  :: Sláviansk, Sloviansk
slow {adj} (behind in time)  :: atrasado
slow {adj} /sloʊ/ (not quick in motion)  :: lento
slow {adj} (spread over a comparatively long time)  :: lento
slow {v} (to become slow)  :: ralentizarse, lentificarse
slow {v} (to reduce the speed of)  :: frenar, lentificar, enlentecer, ralentizar
slowcoach {n} (plodder) SEE: plodder  ::
slow down {v} (to reduce speed)  :: desacelerar
slowly {adv} /ˈsloʊli/ (At a slow pace)  :: lentamente, despacio
slowly but surely {adv} (in a slow, yet careful manner)  :: lento pero seguro [locution]
slow motion {n} (film stretched in time)  :: cámara lenta {f}, ralentí {m}
slowness {n} (quality of being slow)  :: lentitud {f}
slowworm {n} (Anguis fragilis)  :: lución {m}
sludge {n} (generic term for separated solids)  :: lodo {m}
sludge {n} (residual material from a process)  :: fango {m}
sludge {n} (sediment of minerals in a steam boiler)  :: lodo {m}
sluff {n} /slʌf/ (slough) SEE: slough  ::
sluff {v} (slough) SEE: slough  ::
slug {n} (lazy person) SEE: sluggard  ::
slug {n} /slʌɡ/ (gastropod)  :: babosa {f}, limaco {m}
sluggish {adj} (characteristic of a sluggard; dull; stupid; tame; simple)  :: lento, estúpido, tarado, pendejo {m}
sluggish {adj} (having no power to move one's self or itself; inert)  :: desganado [persons], apagado [persons, things], inerte
sluggish {adj} /ˈslʌɡɪʃ/ (habitually idle and lazy; slothful; dull; inactive; as, a sluggish man)  :: perezoso, haragán, huevón, desganado, aburrido, inútil
sluggish {adj} (slow; having little motion; as, a sluggish stream)  :: lento, calmado, calmo
sluice {n} /sluːs/ (passage for water)  :: esclusa {f} (lock), presa {f} (barrier), compuerta {f} (sluicegate)
slum {n} (dilapidated neighborhood)  :: barrio marginal {m}, barrio pobre {m}; [regional] asentamiento {f} [Guatemala], barriada bruja {f} [Panama], barriada de emergencia {f} [Panama], barrio {m} [Venezuela], barrio de chabolas {m} [Spain], barrio periférico {m} [Ecuador], cantegril {m} [Uruguay], colonia de paracaidistas {f} [Mexico], colonia proletaria {f} [Mexico], ciudad perdida {f} [Mexico], población callampa {f} [Chile], precario {m} [Costa Rica], pueblo joven {m} [Peru], tugurio {m} [Colombia], villa miseria {f} [Argentina, Paraguay], barrio bajo {m}
slumber {n} (a very light state of sleep)  :: adormecimiento {m}, adormilamiento
slumber {v} (to be inactive or negligent)  :: estar aletargado
slumber {v} (to be in a very light state of sleep)  :: adormecer {m}, adormilar, dormitar
slump {n} (helpless collapse)  :: bajón {m}
slump {v} (to collapse heavily)  :: desfallecer, desplomarse
slur {n} /slɜː(r)/ (insult or slight)  :: denigración {f}, insulto {m}
slur {n} (symbol indicating a legato passage)  :: legato {m}, ligadura de expresión {f}
slurp {v} /slɝp/ (drink noisily)  :: sorber
Slurpee {n} (flavored shaved ice served as a drink) SEE: slush  ::
slurry {n} /ˈslɝ.i/ (agriculture: mixture of animal waste, other organic material and sometimes water used as fertilizer)  :: purín {m}
slush {n} (flavored shaved ice served as a drink)  :: granizado {m}
slush {n} /slʌʃ/ (half-melted snow)  :: nieve fangasa {f}, nieve a medio derretir {f}, nieve semiderretida {f}
slushie {n} (flavored shaved ice served as a drink) SEE: slush  ::
Slush Puppie {n} (slush) SEE: slush  ::
slushy {n} (flavored shaved ice served as a drink) SEE: slush  ::
slut {n} (a female dog)  :: perra {f}
slut {n} (a maid)  :: criada {f}, sirvienta {f}
slut {n} (bold, outspoken woman)  :: descarada {f}
slut {n}  :: dejada {f}, puta {f}, golfa {f}, ramera {f}, mujerzuela {f}, cambollana {f}
slut {n} (prostitute) SEE: whore  ::
slut {n} /slʌt/ (sexually promiscuous woman)  :: zorra {f}, puta {f}, [colloquial] putona {f}
slut {n} (untidy person)  :: guarro {m}, guarra {f}
slutty {adj} /ˈslʌti/ (Of or resembling a slut)  :: putilla
sly {adj} /slaɪ/ (artfully cunning; secretly mischievous; wily)  :: astuto
smack {n} /smæk/ ((slang) heroin) SEE: horse  ::
small {adj} (minuscule or lowercase, referring to written letters)  :: minúsculas {p}
small {adj} /smɔl/ (not large)  :: pequeño, chico
small {adj} (young)  :: pequeño, joven
small caps {n} (font variant)  :: versalita
small change {n} (a minor or insignificant amount of money)  :: cambio {m}, calderilla {f} [Spain, specifically coins], chatarra {f} [Spain, specifically coins], feria {f} [Northern Mexico], menudo {m} [Caribbean Islands, Colombian Atlantic Coast, Costa Rica, Southeastern Mexico], morralla {f} [Mexico, specifically coins], sencillo {m} [Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Northwestern Argentina, Panama, Peru, Southern and Southeastern Mexico, Venezuela], suelto {m} [Ecuador, Spain, regional usage in Mexico - in full : dinero suelto], vuelto {m} [Southeastern Mexico]
small-eared galago {n} (Otolemur garnettii) SEE: northern greater galago  ::
small hours {n} (very early morning)  :: altas horas
small intestine {n} (upper part of the intestine)  :: intestino delgado {m}
small-minded {adj} (selfish; not mindful of the big picture)  :: mezquino
small pica {n}  :: lectura chica, lectura
small potatoes {n} (small fry) SEE: small fry  ::
smallpox {n} /ˈsmɔːlpɑːks/ (disease)  :: viruela {f}
small talk {n} (idle conversation)  :: charla {f}, palique {m}
small town {n} (a small town)  :: pueblito {m}, pueblucho {m}
smalltown {n} (small town) SEE: small town  ::
smaragdine {n} /sməˈræɡdiːn/ (emerald) SEE: emerald  ::
smarmy {adj} /ˈsmɑːɹ.mi/ (Falsely earnest, smug, or ingratiating)  :: zalamero
smart {adj} (exhibiting intellectual knowledge, such as that found in books)  :: listo {m}, intelectual {m} {f}
smart {adj} (exhibiting social ability or cleverness)  :: vivo {m}, vivaracho {m}
smart {adj}  :: listo
smart {v} /smɑɹt/ (to hurt or sting)  :: escocer
smart ass {n} (one promoting his own personality, wishes or views) SEE: smartass  ::
smartass {adj} (related to or characteristic of a smartass)  :: burlón
smart card {n} (plastic card that has information stored on a computer chip)  :: tarjeta inteligente {f}
smartness {n} (the state or quality of being smart)  :: tienta {f}
smartphone {n} /ˈsmɑɹtfoʊn/ (electronic handheld device)  :: teléfono inteligente {m}
smash {v} (hit extremely hard)  :: golpear, machucar
smash {v} /smæʃ/ (to break violently)  :: estrellar, destrozar
smatter {v} (intransitive: talk superficially)  :: charlar, parlotear
smatter {v} (to speak (a language) with spotty or superficial knowledge)  :: chapurrar, chapurrear
smattering {n} /ˈsmæɾɹ̩ɪŋ/ (superficial knowledge)  :: chapurreo {m}
SME {initialism} (Small and Medium-sized Enterprise)  :: pyme, PYME
smear {n} (mark)  :: mancha {f}
smear {n} (Pap smear) SEE: Pap smear  ::
smear {v} /smɪɚ/ (to spread (a substance))  :: manchar, untar, embadurnar, aplicar
smear {v} (to damage someone's reputation by slandering, making false accusations)  :: manchar la reputación, difamar
smear {v} (to spread (a surface) with a substance)  :: untar, cubrir
smear campaign {n} (negative propaganda)  :: campaña de desprestigio {f}
smectic {adj} (if a class of liquid crystals whose molecules are aligned in layers)  :: esmético {m}
smell {n} (sense of smell)  :: olfato {m}
smell {n} /smɛl/ (sensation)  :: olor {m}
smell {v} (sense with nose)  :: oler, husmear
smell {v} (to have a particular smell, whether good or bad; if descriptive, followed by "like" or "of")  :: oler a
smell a rat {v} (to sense something suspicious)  :: oler a gato encerrado
smell-brain {n} (part of brain involved with smelling)  :: rinencéfalo {m}
smelly {adj} /ˈsmɛli/ (having a bad smell)  :: maloliente
smelt {n} (production of metal, especially iron, from ore) SEE: smelting  ::
smelt {n} /ˈsmɛlt/ (fish of the family Osmeridae)  :: eperlano {m}
smelt {v} (to fuse two things into one)  :: fundir, soldar
smelting {n} (process of melting or fusion, especially to extract a metal from its ore)  :: fundición {f}
smile {n} /smaɪl/ (a happy face expression using mouth, but without producing voice)  :: sonrisa {f}
smile {v} (to have a smile on one's face)  :: sonreír
smiley {n}  :: emoticón
smiley {n} /ˈsmaɪli/ (emoticon) SEE: emoticon  ::
smirch {v} (to dirty)  :: ensuciar
smirk {v} /smɜː(ɹ)k/ (To smile in a way that is affected, smug, insolent or contemptuous)  :: sonreír con suficiencia
smith {n} /smɪθ/ (craftsperson who works metal)  :: forjador {m}, forjadora {f}, fabro {m}
Smith {prop} (most common surnames by language)  :: Fernández, García, Hernández
Smith {prop} (surnames derived from the equivalents of "smith")  :: Herrera, Herrero
Smithsonian {adj} (of or pertaining to James Smithson)  :: smithsoniano
smithy {n} /ˈsmɪθi/ (forge) SEE: forge  ::
smitten {adj} (in love)  :: enamorado
smitten {adj} /ˈsmɪtən/ (made irrationally enthusiastic)  :: entusiasmado {m}
smog {n} /smɒɡ/ (urban air pollution)  :: esmog
smoke {n} (baseball slang:fastball) SEE: fastball  ::
smoke {n} (colloquial: cigarette)  :: pito {m}
smoke {n} /smoʊk/ (visible particles and vapour given off by burning material)  :: humo {m}
smoke {v} (to give off smoke)  :: humear
smoke {v} (to inhale and exhale smoke from a burning cigarette)  :: fumar
smoke {v} (to inhale and exhale tobacco smoke regularly or habitually)  :: fumar
smoke {v} (to preserve or prepare by treating with smoke)  :: ahumar
smoke alarm {n} (smoke detector) SEE: smoke detector  ::
smoked {adj} /smoʊkt/ (of food, preserved by treatment with smoke)  :: ahumado
smoke explosion {n} (smoke explosion)  :: explosión de humo {f}
smoke like a chimney {v} (to smoke tobacco frequently)  :: fumar como un carretero
smoker {n} (bee smoker) SEE: bee smoker  ::
smoker {n} (smoking car) SEE: smoking car  ::
smoker {n} /ˈsmoʊkɚ/ (person who smokes tobacco habitually)  :: fumador {m}, fumadora {f}
smokescreen {n} (anything used to conceal or distract)  :: cortina de humo
smokestack {n} (a conduit or group of conduits atop a structure allowing smoke to flow out) SEE: chimney  ::
smoking {adj} (giving off smoke)  :: humeante {m} {f}
smoking {n} /ˈsmoʊkɪŋ/ (smoking of tobacco)  :: tabaquismo
smoky quartz {n} (type of quartz)  :: cuarzo ahumado {m}
smolder {v} /ˈsmoʊldɚ/ (To burn with no flame and little smoke)  :: arder
Smolensk {prop} (city)  :: Smolensk {m}
smooch {n} ((informal) a kiss)  :: beso
smooch {v} ((informal) to kiss)  :: besar
smooth {adj} /smuːð/ (lacking friction, not rough)  :: liso
smooth {v} (make smooth)  :: alisar
smoothen {v} /ˈsmuðɨn/ (make smooth)  :: alisar
smooth snake {n} (Coronella austriaca)  :: culebra lisa europea
smother {v} (to extinguish or deaden)  :: apagar
smother {v} (to reduce to a low degree of vigor or activity)  :: reprimir
smother {v} (to suffocate)  :: sofocar
smudge {v} /smʌdʒ/ (to obscure by blurring)  :: desenfocar, macular
smug {adj} /smʌɡ/ (irritatingly pleased with oneself; self-satisfied)  :: ufano, engreído, petulante, creído
smuggle {v}  :: contrabandear, pasar de contrabando {m}
smuggle {v} /ˈsmʌɡəl/ (to import or export, illicitly or by stealth, without paying lawful customs charges or duties)  :: contrabandear
smuggler {n} /ˈsmʌɡ.lə(ɹ)/ (One who smuggles things)  :: contrabandista {m}
smuggling {n} (an act of smuggling)  :: contrabando {m}
smugness {n} (state or quality of being smug)  :: petulancia {f}, autosuficiencia {f}, ufanía {f}
smurf {n} /smɝf/ (fictional character)  :: pitufo {m}
smut {n} (promiscuous woman) SEE: slut  ::
smut {n} /smʌt/ (soot) SEE: soot  ::
smutty {adj} (obscene)  :: obsceno {m}, indecente
smutty {adj} /ˈsmʌti/ (blackened, dirty)  :: tiznado {m}
Smyrna {prop} /zmˈɪɚnɑː/ (city)  :: Esmirna
snack {n} (an item of food eaten between meals)  :: tentempié {m}, [formal usage] refrigerio {m}, [figurative usage - also : bocadillo] bocado {m}, [Mexico] botana {f}, [Southern Spain] piquislabis {m}, [Spain standard usage] piscolabis {m}, [Guatemala] refacción {m}, [Venezuela, colloquial] bala fría {f}
snack {n}  :: [Ecuador, Guatemala, México] antojito {m}, aperitivo {m}, [Mexico] botana, [Colombia] pasaboca, [Venezuela] pasapalo, pincho {m}, [Spain] tapa {f}
snack {n} /snæk/ (a light meal)  :: tentempié {m}, [formal usage] refrigerio {m}, [figurative usage - also : bocadillo] bocado {m}, [Mexico] botana {f}, [Southern Spain] piquislabis {m}, [Spain standard usage] piscolabis {m}, [Guatemala] refacción {m}, [Venezuela, colloquial] bala fría {f}
snack {v} (to eat between meals)  :: picar, mecatear [Colombia]
snack bar {n} (a small restaurant serving light meals)  :: lonchería {f} [US]
SNAFU {n} /snæːˈfuː/ (ridiculously chaotic situation)  :: confusión
snag {n} /ˈsnæɡ/ (problem or difficulty)  :: pega {f}
snagging list {n} (list of construction problems) SEE: punch list  ::
snail {n} (any animal of the class Gastropoda having a shell)  :: caracol {m}
snail {n} (sluggard)  :: tortuga {f}
snail mail {n} (postal mail)  :: correo ordinario {m}
snake {n} /sneɪk/ (legless reptile)  :: serpiente {f}, culebra {f}, sierpe [archaic], víbora [colloquial, Mexico]
snake {v} (to move in a winding path)  :: culebrear, serpentear, hacer culebra
snake hawk {n} (laughing falcon) SEE: laughing falcon  ::
snakelet {n} (a baby snake)  :: viborezno {m}
snaky {adj} (twisty) SEE: twisty  ::
snap {n} (photograph)  :: fotografía {f}
snap {n} /snæp/ (quick breaking or cracking sound or the action of producing such a sound)  :: chasquido {m}
snap {v} (to snap one's fingers)  :: chasquear
snap {v} (to speak abruptly or sharply)  :: increpar
snap {v} (to suffer a mental breakdown)  :: enloquecerse, trastornarse
snapdragon {n} /ˈsnæpdɹæɡən/ (any plant of the genus Antirrhinum)  :: boca de dragón {f}
snapshot {n} (A photograph)  :: instantánea {f}
snare {n} (trap)  :: lazo {m}
snare drum {n} (tubular drum)  :: redoblante {m}, caja clara {f}, tarola {f}, caja {f}
snarky {adj} (sarcastic and irreverent)  :: sarcástico, mordaz
snarl {n} (act of snarling)  :: gruñido {m}
snarl {n} (knot or complication of hair, thread, or the like, difficult to disentangle)  :: enredo {m}, maraña {f}, quilombo {m}
snarl {v} (To entangle)  :: enredar
snarl {v} (To growl)  :: gruñir
snatch {n} (competitive weightlifting event)  :: arrancada {f}, arranque {m}
snatch {v} /snætʃ/ (to steal)  :: raptar
sneak {n} /sniːk/ (a cheat; con artist; trickster)  :: pillo {m}
sneak {v} (to creep)  :: moverse con sigilo
sneak {v} (to hide in a mean or cowardly manner)  :: esconder, escabullir
sneak away {v} (leave without being seen or heard)  :: escabullirse
sneaker {n} (leisure shoes, often worn for sports; trainers)  :: tenis {m} [especially Latin America, regional usage in Spain - in full : zapato de tenis], bamba {f} [Northeastern Spain], botín {m} [Seville, Southern Spain], champión {m} [Paraguay, Uruguay], deportiva {f} [Spain], espores {m-p} [Northeastern Argentina], espais {m-p} [Cantabria, Northern Central Spain], gomas {f-p} [Northwestern Venezuela], guachicón {m} [Northeastern Venezuela], kets {m-p} [Lleida, Catalonia, Northeastern Spain], kids {m-p} [Bolivia], maripís {m-p} [Aragon, Northern Central Spain], playera {f} [Spain], popis {m-p} [Cuba], zapatilla deportiva {f} [Argentina, Chile, Panama, Peru, Spain], zapato de goma {m} [Venezuelan standard usage]
sneaker {n} (one who sneaks)  :: pillo {m}
sneak in {v} (to enter without being noticed)  :: colarse
sneak up on {v} (to approach)  :: acercarse sigilosamente (a algo o a alguien)
sneaky {adj} /ˈsniːki/ (Difficult to catch due to constantly outwitting the adversaries)  :: escurridizo
sneer {v} /snɪɹ/ (raise a corner of the upper lip slightly in scorn)  :: burlarse, burla
sneeze {n} (act of sneezing)  :: estornudo {m}
sneeze {v} /sniz/ (expel air as a reflex)  :: estornudar
Snickers {prop} /snɪkəɹz/ (chocolate bar)  :: Snickers {m}
sniff {v}  :: husmear, sorber
sniff {v} /snɪf/ (to make a short audible inhalation)  :: olfatear
snipe {n} /snaɪp/ (bird of the family Scolopacidae)  :: agachadiza {f}, agachona {f}, caica {f}
sniper {n} (a person using long-range small arms for precise attacks from a concealed position)  :: francotirador {m}
sniper {n}  :: francotirador {m}
snippet {n} /ˈsnɪpɪt/ (a textfile containing a relatively small amount of code)  :: snippet {m}
snitch {n} (informer, usually one who betrays his group)  :: chivato {m} chivata {f}, soplón {m}, delator {m}, sapo
snitch {n} (thief)  :: ladrón {m}, ladrona {f}
snitch {v} (inform on)  :: chivarse, delatar
snitch {v} /snɪtʃ/ (steal)  :: mangar, robar, hurtar
snivel {v} (to whine or complain, whilst crying)  :: lloriquear, gimotear
snob {n} /snɒb/ (person who seeks to be a member of the upper classes)  :: esnob {m} {f}, fresa {f} [Mexico], pijo {m}, pituco {m}, siútico
snobbish {adj} (having the property of being a snob)  :: esnobista
snobby {adj} (characteristic of a snob)  :: esnobista
snocross {n} (sport in which snowmobiles are raced at high speed)  :: snocross {m}
snood {n} (hairnet) SEE: hairnet  ::
snood {n} (neckwarmer) SEE: neckwarmer  ::
snood {n} /snuːd/ (band or ribbon for keeping the hair in place)  :: redecilla {f}, cintillo {m}
snooker {n} /ˈsnʊkər/ (cue sport)  :: billar {m}
snoop {n} (a private detective)  :: detective {m} {f}
snoop {n} (the act of snooping)  :: husmear, fisgar
snoop {v} (to secretly spy on or investigate, especially into the private personal life of others)  :: fisgonear, espiar
Snoopy {prop} (pet beagle)  :: Snoopy {m}
snoot {n} (slang: human nose) SEE: schnozzle  ::
snooty {adj} /ˈsnuː.ti/ (pompous)  :: presuntuoso
snooze {n} (A period of sleep; a nap)  :: siesta
snooze {n} (Something boring)  :: lata {f}, fastidio {m}
snooze {v} /snuːz/ (To sleep, especially briefly; to nap)  :: dormitar
snore {n} (act and noise of snoring)  :: ronquido {m}
snore {v} /snɔɹ/ (breathe during sleep with harsh noises)  :: roncar
snorkel {n} (hollow tube used for breathing underwater)  :: tubo respirador {m}
snort {n} (sound made by exhaling roughly through the nose)  :: resoplar
snort {v} (to exhale roughly through the nose)  :: esnifar
snort {v} (to inhale (usually a drug) through the nose)  :: esnifar
snot {n} /snɒt/ (mucus)  :: moco {m}
snotty {adj} (dirtied with snot)  :: mocoso
snotty {adj} (ill-tempered, impertinent)  :: de mal carácter, de mal temperamento, impertinente
snout {n} (anterior prolongation of head of weevil and other insects)  :: hocico {m}, trompa {f}, [technical] probóscide {f}
snout {n} (anterior prolongation of the head of gastropod)  :: hocico {m}, trompa {f}, [technical] probóscide {f}
snout {n} (long, projecting nose, mouth, and jaw of a beast)  :: hocico {m}
snout {n} (nose of a man (in contempt))  :: [Mexico] narizota {f}, narices {f-p}
snout {n} (nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.)  :: boquilla {f}
snout moth {n} (eggar) SEE: eggar  ::
snow {n} (cocaine)  :: nieve {f}
snow {n} (collective precipitation)  :: nieves {f-p}, nevada {f}
snow {n} /snoʊ/ (precipitation)  :: nieve {f}
snow {n} (TV noise)  :: nieve {f}
snow {v} (have snow fall from the sky)  :: nevar
snowball {n} /ˈsnoʊbɔl/ (ball of snow)  :: bola de nieve {f}
snowball fight {n} (scuffle or play fight whose object is to hit unallied participants with snowballs)  :: pelea de bolas de nieve {f}
snowboard {n} /ˈsnoʊˌbɔɹd/ (board)  :: tabla de snow {f}
snowboarding {n} (the sport of sliding downhill on a snowboard)  :: snowboard {m}
snow bunting {n} (bird)  :: escribano nival
snow cannon {n} (machine that spurts out snow over pistes)  :: cañón de nieve {m}
snow chain {n} (a chain put on a wheel of a vehicle to give it more traction)  :: cadenas de nieve {f-p}
snow cone {n} (crushed ice with flavoring)  :: cepillado {m} [Northwestern Venezuela], esnobol {m} [Northeastern Venezuela], frío-frío {m} [Dominican Republic], granizada {f} [Guatemala], granizado {m} [Costa Rica, Cuba, Southeastern Mexico, Spain], minuta {f} [El Salvador, Honduras], piragua {f} [Puerto Rico], raspadilla {f} [Peru], raspado {m} [Colombia, Mexican standard usage, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuelan standard usage, Western Puerto Rico], yuki {m} [Northeastern Mexico]
snow-covered {adj} (covered with snow)  :: cubierto de nieve
snowdrop {n} /ˈsnoʊ.drɑp/ (plant)  :: campanilla de febrero {f}, campanilla de invierno {f}, flor de nieve {f}
snowfall {n} (amount of snow that falls on one occasion)  :: nevada {f}
snowfall {n} (instance of falling of snow)  :: nevada {f}
snowflake {n} (flower)  :: campanilla {f}
snowflake {n} /ˈsnoʊ.fleɪk/ (crystal)  :: copo de nieve {m}, ampo {m}
snow fox {n} (arctic fox) SEE: arctic fox  ::
snow leopard {n} (a large feline mammal, Uncia uncia)  :: leopardo de las nieves {m}
snowman {n} /ˈsnoʊ.mæn/ (figure made of snow)  :: muñeco de nieve {m}
snowmobile {n} (vehicle)  :: motonieve {f}
snow plow {n} (device)  :: motoniveladora
snow plow {n} (vehicle)  :: quitanieves
Snow Queen {prop} (fairy tale character with power over snow and ice)  :: Reina de las Nieves {f}
snowstorm {n} /ˈsnəʊstɔːm/ (bad weather involving blowing winds and snow)  :: nevada {f}, nevasca {f}, tormenta de nieve {f}
snow-white {adj} (as white as snow)  :: blanconieve, nevado
Snow White {prop} (character from Snow-White and Rose-Red (Schneeweißchen und Rosenrot))  :: Blancanieves
Snow White {prop} /snoʊ hwaɪt/ (character from Snow White (Schneewittchen))  :: Blancanieves
snowy {adj} /snəʊi/ (covered with snow)  :: nevado
snowy owl {n} (large white owl)  :: búho nival {m}
snub {n} (deliberate affront or slight)  :: desaire {m}
snub {v} (slight, ignore, behave coldly toward)  :: desairar
snuff {v} /snʌf/ (extinguish candle or oil-lamp)  :: apagar
snuffbox {n} (small box)  :: tabaquera {f}
snuffer {n} (device to extinguish candle)  :: matacandelas
snug {adj} (close fitting)  :: ajustado {m}, ceñido {m}
snug {adj} /snʌɡ/ (comfortable; cosy, cozy)  :: cómodo {m}, confortable {m} {f}
Snuggie {n} (item of clothing)  :: batamanta {f}
snuggle {v} /ˈsnʌɡəl/ (to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy)  :: acurrucarse
so {adv} (in a particular manner)  :: así
so {adv} (to a particular extent)  :: tan
so {adv} (very)  :: tan
so {conj} /soʊ/ (in order that)  :: para que [followed by the subjunctive]
so {conj} (with the result that)  :: así que
so {interj} (interjection used to introduce a new topic)  :: pues
so {n} (sol) SEE: sol  ::
soak {v}  :: empapar, remojar
soak {v} /soʊk/ (to be saturated with liquid by being immersed in it)  :: empapar, remojar, embeber
soak {v} (to allow (especially a liquid) to be absorbed)  :: esponjar
soak {v} (to immerse in liquid to the point of saturation or thorough permeation)  :: remojar, empapar
soak {v} (to penetrate or permeate by saturation)  :: saturar
soaked to the bone {adj} (extremely wet)  :: mojado hasta la médula, calado hasta los huesos
so-and-so {n} (name used to take the place of an epithet)  :: tal por cual {m} {f}
so-and-so {n} (placeholder name)  :: fulano
soap {n} (soap opera) SEE: soap opera  ::
soap {n} /soʊp/ (substance)  :: jabón {m}
soap {v} (apply soap in washing)  :: enjabonar, [reflexive] enjabonarse
soapberry {n} (its fruit)  :: (Sapindus saponaria) parapara {f} [Venezuela]
soapberry {n} (woody plant)  :: (Sapindus saponaria) jaboncillo {m}, chambimbe {m} [Colombia], choloque {m} [Peru], chumico {m} [Costa Rica], isotoubo {m} [Bolivia], jorupe {m} [Ecuador], marikuru {m} [Chile], pacún {m} [El Salvador, Nicaragua], paraparo {m} [Venezuela]
soapbox {n} /ˈsəʊpbɒks/ (platform for presenting one's viewpoints)  :: tribuna improvisada {f}, podio {m}, estrado
soapbox {n} (soapbox car) SEE: soapbox car  ::
soap dish {n} (a container for soap)  :: jabonera {f}
soap opera {n} (television serial)  :: telenovela {f}, culebrón {m}
soapy {adj} /ˈsoʊpi/  :: enjabonado {m}, enjabonada {f}
soar {v} /sɔɹ/ (to fly aloft with little effort)  :: planear
soar {v} (to mount upward on wings)  :: elevarse
soaring {adj} (assurgent, ascending)  :: ascendente
sob {n} /sɑb/ (a cry with a short, sudden expulsion of breath)  :: sollozo {m}
sob {v} (weep with convulsive gasps)  :: sollozar
so be it {phrase} (indication of acceptance)  :: así sea
sober {adj} /ˈsəʊ.bə(ɹ)/ (not drunk)  :: sobrio, sereno
sober up {v} (to become sober)  :: desemborrachar
sobriety {n} (quality or state of being sober)  :: austeridad {f}
sobriety {n} (quality or state of not being intoxicated)  :: sobriedad {f}
sobriquet {n} /ˈsoʊ.bɹɪ.keɪ/ (familiar name for a person)  :: sobrenombre {m}
so-called {adj} /ˈsoʊˌkɔld/ (so named)  :: llamado
soccer {n} /ˈsɑk.ɚ/ (game)  :: fútbol {m}, [Mexico] futbol; balompié {m}, balón-pie {m}; [Mexico] pambol
soccer player {n} (one who plays soccer)  :: futbolista {m} {f}
Sochi {prop} /ˈsɒtʃi/ (city in Russia)  :: Sochi {m}
sociable {adj} (tending to socialize or be social; friendly; inviting; congenial)  :: comerciable {m} {f}
social {adj} /səʊʃl̩/ (relating to society)  :: social
social anxiety {n} (social anxiety disorder) SEE: social anxiety disorder  ::
social anxiety {n} (the discomfort or fear)  :: ansiedad social {f}, ansiedad interpersonal {f}
social anxiety disorder {n} (the most common anxiety disorder)  :: fobia social {f}
social climber {n} (one who tries to improve his or her social position)  :: trepador {m}, arribista {m} {f}
social contract {n} (agreement or contract)  :: contrato social {m}
social Darwinism {n} (theory)  :: darwinismo social {m}
socialism {n} (group of socialist political philosophies)  :: socialismo {m}
socialism {n} (intermediate phase of social development)  :: socialismo {m}
socialism {n} (political philosophy of social and economic equality)  :: socialismo {m}
socialist {adj} (of, promoting, practicing, or characteristic of socialism)  :: socialista {m} {f}
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia {prop} (Yugoslav state that existed from 1943 until 1992)  :: República Federal Socialista de Yugoslavia
socially {adv}  :: socialmente
social media {n} (interactive forms of media)  :: medios sociales
social network {n} (a network of personal or business contacts on the Internet)  :: red social {f}
social phobia {n} (social anxiety disorder) SEE: social anxiety disorder  ::
social science {n} (branch of science)  :: ciencias sociales {f-p}
social security {n} (system)  :: seguridad social {f}
social worker {n} (person whose profession is social work)  :: asistente social
societism {n} (social philosophy that promotes the well being of the group without sacrificing the significance of the individual)  :: societismo
society {n} (group of persons who meet from time to time to engage in a common interest)  :: sociedad {f}
society {n} (high society) SEE: high society  ::
society {n} (people of one’s country or community as a whole)  :: sociedad {f}, comunidad {f}
society {n} /səˈsaɪ.ə.ti/ (group of people sharing culture)  :: sociedad {f}
Socinian {adj} (pertaining to the Socinians)  :: sociniano {m}
Socinian {n} /soʊˈsɪn.iː.ən/ (a member of a certain nontrinitarian Christian denomination)  :: un sociniano {m}
socioeconomic {adj} (of or pertaining to social and economic factors) SEE: socio-economic  ::
socio-economic {adj} (pertaining to a combination of social and economic factors)  :: socioeconómico
sociogram {n} (graphic representation of the structure of interpersonal relations in a group situation)  :: sociograma
sociolect {n} (a language used by a social group)  :: sociolecto {m}
sociological {adj} (of or pertaining to sociology)  :: sociológico
sociologist {n} (scientist studying the field of sociology)  :: sociólogo {m}, socióloga {f}
sociology {n} /ˌsəʊʃiːˈɒlədʒiː/ (study of society, human social interactions, etc.)  :: sociología {f}
sociopath {n} /ˈsoʊ.si.əˌpæθ/ (person with antisocial personality disorder)  :: sociopata
sociopolitical {adj} (socio-political) SEE: socio-political  ::
sock {n} (gun sock) SEE: gun sock  ::
sock {n} /sɑk/ (covering for the foot)  :: calcetín {m} [Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain], media {f} [Costa Rica, Cuba, Panama, Puerto Rico, South America except Chile]
sock {n} (sock puppet) SEE: sock puppet  ::
socket {n} (computing interprocess communication channel)  :: zócalo {m}
socket {n} (hollow in a bone)  :: cuenca {f} (eye socket)
socket {n} /ˈsɒkɪt/ (mechanical opening)  :: enchufe {m}, toma corriente {m}
socket wrench {n} (A type of wrench)  :: matraca herramienta {f}
sock puppet {n} (second account created by a user in an online community)  :: usuario títere
sock puppet {n} (simple puppet made from a sock)  :: marioneta de calcetín {f}, títere de mano {m}
Socrates {prop} (Greek philosopher)  :: Sócrates {m}
soda {n} (carbonated water)  :: soda {f}
soda {n} /ˈsoʊdə/ (sodium carbonate)  :: sosa {f}, soda {f}
soda {n} (sweet, carbonated drink)  :: gaseosa {f}, bebida {f}, soda {f}, [Chile], refresco {m} [Bolivia, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, Venezuela], [Eastern Bolivia, Northern Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico] soda {f} agua [Guatemala, colloquial - short for agua gaseosa], [Spain, colloquial] casera {f}, [Mexico, colloquial] chesco {m}, [Ecuador, colloquial] cola {f}, [Venezuela, colloquial - regional and working class usage] fresco {m}
sodality {n} /səʊˈdælɪti/ (companionship) SEE: companionship  ::
sod all {n} (nothing)  :: nada de nada
soda pop {n} (sweetened, carbonated beverage)  :: refresco, gaseosa, bebida, fresco
soda water {n} (water with carbon dioxide)  :: soda, agua de Seltz
sodden {adj} (soaked)  :: empapado
sodium {n} /ˈsoʊdiəm/ (a reactive metal)  :: sodio {m}
sodium benzoate {n} (the sodium salt of benzoic acid)  :: benzoato de sodio {m}
sodium bicarbonate {n} (salt of sodium hydroxide and carbonic acid)  :: bicarbonato de sodio {m}
sodium bicarbonate {n} (used as a raising agent)  :: bicarbonato de sodio {m}
sodium chloride {n} (chemical term for table salt; NaCl)  :: cloruro de sodio {m}
sodium hydrogen carbonate {n} (NaHCO3) SEE: sodium bicarbonate  ::
sodium hydroxide {n} (caustic alkali)  :: hidróxido de sodio {m}, hidróxido sódico {m}
sodium lamp {n} (sodium vapor lamp) SEE: sodium vapor lamp  ::
Sodom {prop} /ˈsɑdəm/ (city in the Middle East)  :: Sodoma {f}
sodomise {v} (to perform anal sex)  :: sodomizar
sodomise {v} (to perform anal sex with an animal)  :: sodomizar
sodomy {n} /ˈsɒdəmi/ (anal sex, see also: anal sex)  :: sodomía {f}
Sod's law {n} /sɒdz lɔː/ (rule)  :: ley de la indefectible mala voluntad de los objectos inanimados {f}
sofa {n} /ˈsoʊfə/ (upholstered seat)  :: sofá {m}
sofa-bed {n} /ˈsoʊfəbɛd/ (sofa that unfolds into a bed)  :: sofá cama {m}
so far {adv} (until now; previously; yet)  :: hasta ahora, hasta aquí, hasta este momento, por el momento, por ahora
soffit {n} /ˈsɑ.fɪt/ (visible underside of an arch, balcony, beam, cornice, staircase, vault or any other architectural element)  :: sofito {m}
Sofia {prop} /ˈsəʊfiə/ (the capital city of Bulgaria)  :: Sofia, Sofía
soft {adj} (foolish) SEE: foolish  ::
soft {adj} (gentle)  :: suave, ligero, tenue
soft {adj} (of a cloth)  :: suave
soft {adj} (of a sound)  :: tenue
soft {adj} /sɔft/ (giving way under pressure)  :: blando, muelle
softball {n} (game)  :: sófbol {m}
soft chancre {n} (chancroid) SEE: chancroid  ::
soft drink {n} (sweet, non-alcoholic carbonated beverage)  :: gaseosa {f}, bebida {f} [Chile], refresco {m} [Bolivia, Cuba, Honduras, Mexico, Venezuela], soda {f} [Bolivia, Northern Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico], agua {f} [Guatemala, colloquial - short for agua gaseosa], casera {f} [Spain, colloquial], chesco {m} [Mexico, colloquial], cola {f} [Ecuador, colloquial], fresco {m} [Venezuela, colloquial - especially regional and working-class usage], bebida de fantasia {f}
soften {v} ((intransitive) To become soft or softer)  :: ablandarse
soften {v} /ˈsɔfən/ ((transitive) To make something soft or softer)  :: ablandar
soften {v} ((transitive) To make less harsh)  :: suavizar
softly {adv} (not loudly, inaudible)  :: inaudiblemente, silenciosamente
softly {adv} /ˈsɔftli/ (softly, gently)  :: suavemente
softly softly {adv} (in a very tactful, careful manner)  :: muy suavemente
softness {n} (the quality of being soft)  :: suavidad {f}
soft paraffin {n} (petroleum jelly) SEE: petroleum jelly  ::
soft roe {n} (milt) SEE: milt  ::
soft serve {n} (frozen dessert)  :: helado suave {m}
soft soap {n} (soft-soap) SEE: soft-soap  ::
soft spot {n} (fontanelle) SEE: fontanelle  ::
soft spot {n} (point of vulnerability)  :: punto débil {m}
soft spot {n} (sentimental fondness or affection)  :: debilidad {f}
software {n} /ˈsɔftˌwɛɹ/ (encoded computer instructions)  :: software {m}, programa {m}
softwood {n}  :: madera blanda {f}, madera tierna {f}
Sogdiana {prop} (an ancient Iranian-speaking civilization)  :: Sogdiana {f}
soggy {adj} (soaked with liquid)  :: remojado, empapado
soil {n} (country or territory)  :: tierra {f}
soil {n} /sɔɪl/ (mixture of sand and organic material)  :: suelo {m}
soil {v} (to defecate into one's clothing) SEE: soil oneself  ::
soil {v} (to make dirty)  :: ensuciar
soiled {adj} (dirty)  :: sucio
soiree {n} /ˌswɑːˈɹeɪ/ (formal evening party)  :: velada {f}
sojourn {n} /ˈsoʊdʒɚn/ (A short stay somewhere)  :: estadía {f}
sol {n} /sɑːl/ ((physical chemistry) a type of colloid)  :: sol {m}
sol {n} /soʊl/ (fifth note of a major scale)  :: sol {m}
solace {n} /ˈsɑː.lɪs/ (consolation)  :: consuelo {m}, solaz {m}
solace {n} (source of comfort)  :: consuelo {m}
solar {adj} (of or pertaining to the sun)  :: solar
solar calendar {n} (a calendar based on the movement of the Earth around the Sun)  :: calendario solar {m}
solar cell {n} (semiconductor device)  :: célula solar {f}
solar corona {n} (upper atmosphere of the sun)  :: corona solar {f}
solar day {n} (time for a planet to rotate once relative to the sun)  :: día solar {m}
solar eclipse {n} (when the Moon passes between the Earth and the sun)  :: eclipse solar {m}
solar energy {n} (energy from the sun)  :: energía solar {f}
solar flare {n} (violent explosion)  :: erupción solar {f}
solar mass {n} (unit)  :: masa solar {f}
solar nebula {n} (disc-shaped cloud of gas and dust)  :: nebulosa solar {f}
solar panel {n} (array of connected solar cells)  :: panel solar {m}, panel fotovoltaico {m}
solar system {n} (any collection of heavenly bodies orbiting a star)  :: sistema solar {m}
solar system {prop} /ˈsoʊ.lɚ ˌsɪs.təm/ (Solar System) SEE: Solar System  ::
Solar System {prop} /ˈsoʊ.lɚ ˌsɪs.təm/ (the Sun and all the heavenly bodies that orbit around it)  :: sistema solar {m}
solar wind {n} (outflow of charged particles from the solar corona into space)  :: viento solar {m}
solder {n} /ˈsɒldə(ɹ)/ (any of various alloys that are used to join small pieces of metal together)  :: estaño para soldar {m}, estaño {m}
solder {v} (to join with solder)  :: soldar
soldering iron {n} (tool)  :: soldador {m}
soldier {n}  :: soldado {m} [private soldier], militar {m} [member of an army, usually of higher rank], milico {m} [Andes, River Plate region, pejorative]
soldier {n} /ˈsoʊldʒə˞/ (member of an army)  :: soldado
sole {adj} /soʊl/ (only)  :: solo, único
sole {n} (bottom of a shoe or boot)  :: suela {f}
sole {n} (bottom of the foot)  :: planta {f}, planta del pie {f}
sole {n} (fish)  :: lenguado {m}
solely {adv} /ˈsoʊ (exclusively)  :: únicamente, solamente, exclusivamente
solemn {adj} (performed with great ceremony)  :: solemne
solemn {adj} /ˈsɒləm/ (deeply serious and somber)  :: solemne
solemnity {n} (instance of solemn behavior)  :: solemnidad {f}
solemnity {n} (quality of being solemn)  :: solemnidad {f}
solemnly {adv} (in a solemn manner)  :: solemnemente
solenodon {n} (small nocturnal insectivorous mammal with long snout and venomous saliva)  :: almiquí {m}, aire {m}
solenoid {n} (solenoid)  :: solenoide {m}
sole proprietorship {n} (business)  :: empresa individual {f}
sol-fa {n} (method of sight singing)  :: solfa {m}, solfeo {m}
sol-fa {v} (to sing a sol-fa)  :: solfear {m}
solicit {v} /səˈlɪsɪt/ (to persistently endeavor)  :: solicitar
solicit {v} (to make a petition)  :: solicitar
solicit {v} (to persuade or incite)  :: solicitar
solicitation {n} (instance of soliciting)  :: solicitación {f}
solicitor {n}  :: abogado {m}, notario {m}
solid {adj} (large, massive)  :: masivo
solid {adj} /ˈsɑlɪd/ (in the solid state)  :: sólido
solid {adj}  :: sólido {m}, sólida {f}
solid {adj} (typography: written as one word)  :: continuo
solid {n} (chemistry: fundamental state of matter)  :: sólido {m}
solid {n} (geometry: three-dimensional object)  :: sólido {m}, cuerpo {m}
solidarity {n}  :: solidaridad
solidarity {n} (unifying bond between individuals with common goal or enemy)  :: solidaridad {f}
solidify {v} /səˈlɪdəˌfaɪ/ (transitive: to make solid; convert into a solid body)  :: solidificar
solidly {adv} (in a solid manner)  :: sólidamente
solidus {n} (Roman gold coin)  :: sueldo {m}
soliloquy {n} /səˈlɪləkwi/ (act of a character speaking to himself)  :: soliloquio {m}
soliloquy {n} (speech or written discourse in this form)  :: soliloquio {m}
solipsism {n} /ˈsɑlɪpsɪzm/ (theory)  :: solipsismo {m}
solitaire {adj} (living alone or being alone; solitary)  :: solitario {m}
solitaire {n} (patience) SEE: patience  ::
solitaire {n} (Peg solitaire)  :: Senku {m}
solitaire {n} /ˈsɒlɪˌtɛər/ (person who lives alone) SEE: solitary  ::
solitary {adj} (living alone or being by one's self)  :: solitario {m}
solitary {n} (solitary confinement) SEE: solitary confinement  ::
solitary confinement {n} (forced isolation)  :: régimen de aislamiento {m}, incomunicación {f}, reclusión solitaria {f}
soliton {n} (self-reinforcing travelling wave)  :: solitón {m}
solitude {n} /ˈsɒlɪˌtjuːd/ (state of being alone)  :: soledad {f}, solitud {f}
solo {adj} (of a musical solo)  :: solo {m}
solo {adj} (without a companion or instructor)  :: solo
solo {n} (card game)  :: solitario {m}
solo {n} (job or performance done by one person)  :: solista {m} {f}
solo {n} /sɔ.loʊ̯/ (piece of music for one)  :: solo {m}
solo {v} (to perform a solo)  :: tocar un solo
solo {v} (to perform something in the absence of anyone else)  :: ir por su cuenta
soloist {n} (a person who performs a solo)  :: solista {m} {f}
Solomon {prop} /ˈsɑləmən/ (king of Israel)  :: Salomón
Solomon Islander {n} (Somebody from The Solomon Islands)  :: salomonense
Solomon Islands {prop} /ˈsɑ.lə.mən ˈaɪ.ləndz/ (A country in Melanesia)  :: Islas Salomón
Solon {prop} /ˈsoʊlɒn/ (statesman and lawgiver)  :: Solón {m}
so long as {phrase} (as long as) SEE: as long as  ::
solstice {n} /ˈsɒl.stɪs/ (point where the earth stands at the extreme of its ellipsis around the sun)  :: solsticio {m}
solubility {n} (the condition of being soluble)  :: solubilidad {f}
soluble {adj} (able to be solved or explained)  :: soluble
soluble {adj} /ˈsɔ.ɫjʊ.bəɫ]/ (able to be dissolved)  :: soluble
solute {n} (substance that is dissolved in a solvent)  :: soluto {m}
solution {n} (answer to a problem (mathematics))  :: solución {f}
solution {n} /səˈl(j)uːʃən/ (liquid mixture)  :: solución {f}
solvable {adj} (capable of being dissolved)  :: soluble
solvable {adj} (capable of being solved)  :: soluble, solucionable
solvation {n} (An association, or a reaction, of a solute with a solvent)  :: solvatación {f}
solve {v} (to find an answer or solution)  :: resolver, solucionar
solvency {n} (ability to pay debts)  :: solvencia {f}
solvent {adj} (able to pay all debts)  :: solvente
solvent {n} /ˈsɒlvənt]/ (liquid that dissolves a solid, liquid, or gaseous solute)  :: disolvente {m}
solyanka {n} (a thick, spicy and sour soup in Russian and Ukrainian cuisine)  :: solianka {f}
Somali {adj} (pertaining to Somalia)  :: somalí
Somali {n} (a person)  :: somalí
Somali {prop} /soʊˈmɑːli/ (a language)  :: somalí {m}
Somalia {prop} (country in the Horn of Africa)  :: Somalia {f}
somatic {adj} (relating to the body of an organism)  :: somático
sombrero {n} (hat)  :: sombrero mexicano {m}, [Mexico] sombrero de charro {m}
some {adv} (approximately, roughly)  :: unos
some {determiner}  :: algunos {m-p}, algunas {f-p}
some {determiner} (unspecified quantity or number of)  :: algunos {m-p}, algunas {f-p}
some {pron} (indefinite amount, part)  :: algo {n}
some {pron} (indefinite quantity or number)  :: unos {m-p}, unas {f-p}
some {pron} /sʌm/ (certain number)  :: alguno {m}
somebody {pron} /ˈsʌmbədi/ (some unspecified person)  :: alguien
someday {adv} (sometime; at some time in the future)  :: algún día
somehow {adv} (in one way or another; in some way not yet known or designated)  :: de algún modo, de alguna manera
someone {pron} /ˈsʌmwʌn/ (some person)  :: alguien, alguno
somersault {n} /ˈsʌmə(ɹ)ˌsɔːlt/ (the act of going head over heels)  :: voltereta {f} (by a child), salto mortal (acrobatics)
something {pron}  :: algo
something {pron} /ˈsʌmθɪŋ/ (unspecified object)  :: algo, alguna cosa
something is rotten in the state of Denmark {phrase} (Hamlet quotation, used in other contexts to mean "something is not right.")  :: algo está podrido en el estado de Dinamarca
something to write home about {pron} (something exceptional or noteworthy)  :: algo del otro mundo
some time {n} (time)  :: considerable
sometime {adv} (obsolete: sometimes) SEE: sometimes  ::
sometime {adv} /ˈsʌmˌtaɪm/ (at an unstated or indefinite time in the future)  :: al rato
sometimes {adv} /ˈsʌmtaɪmz/ (on certain occasions, but not always)  :: a veces, algunas veces
somewhat {adv} /ˈsʌmwʌt/ (limited extent)  :: algo, un poco
somewhat {pron} (something) SEE: something  ::
somewhere {adv} /ˈsʌm.wɛɹ/ (in some place)  :: en alguna parte, en algún lugar, en algún punto, en algún sitio
somewhere {adv} (to some place)  :: a alguna parte
sommelier {n} /ˌsɔːməlˈjeɪ/ (wine steward)  :: sumiller {m}
somnambulate {v} /sɑːm.ˈnæm.bju.ˌleɪt/ (to walk while sleeping)  :: ser sonámbulo, pasearse dormido
somnambulation {n} (sleepwalking) SEE: sleepwalking  ::
somnambulism {n} (sleepwalking)  :: sonambulismo {m}
somnambulist {n} (a sleepwalker)  :: sonámbulo {m}
somniloquous {adj} (talking while asleep)  :: somnílocuo
somnolent {adj} /ˈsɑːmnələnt/ (drowsy)  :: somnoliento
somnolent {adj}  :: somnolienta
so much {adj} (great in quantity or degree)  :: tanto {m}
so much {adv} (to a certain degree or extent)  :: tanto {m}
son {n} (a son through major influence)  :: hijo {m}
son {n} (familiar address)  :: hijo {m}
son {n} (male descendant)  :: hijo {m}
son {n} /sʌn/ (a male person in relation to his parents)  :: hijo {m}
sonar {n} (device)  :: sónar {m}
sonata {n} /səˈnɑːtə/ (a musical composition for one or a few instruments)  :: sonata {f}
sonata form {n} (a form of classical music)  :: forma sonata {f}
sonatina {n} (piece resembling a sonata but shorter or simpler)  :: sonatina {f}
song {n} /sɔŋ/ (music with words)  :: canción {f}
song {n} (sound of a bird) SEE: birdsong  ::
songbook {n} (book)  :: cancionero {m}
Song of Solomon {prop} (book of the Bible) SEE: Song of Songs  ::
Song of Songs {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Cantar de los Cantares {m}, Cantar de Salomón, Cantar de los Cantares de Salomón {m}
songstress {n} (a female singer)  :: cantante {m} {f}, cantora {f}
sonic {adj} (of or relating to sound)  :: sónico
sonic boom {n} (the audible effect of a shock wave in the air)  :: explosión sónica {f}, boom sónico {m}, estampido sónico {m}
son-in-law {n} (son-in-law)  :: yerno {m}
sonnet {n} /sɒnɪt/ (sonnet, a type of poem)  :: soneto {m}
sonny {n} /ˈsʌni/ (a familiar form of address for a boy)  :: hijo {m}, mijo {m}, hijito {m}, mijito {m}
son of a bitch {n} (objectionable person)  :: hijo de puta {m}, hijueputa {m} {f}, hideputa {m} {f}, joputa {m}, jueputa {m} {f}, hijo de la chingada {m} [Mexico], hijo de la verga {m} [N Mexico]
son of a bitch {n} (objectionable thing)  :: hijueputa
son of a whore {n} (objectionable person)  :: hijo de puta {m}
sonogram {n} /ˈsɒnəˌɡɹæm/ (spectrogram) SEE: spectrogram  ::
sonoluminescence {n} (The emission of short bursts of light from imploding bubbles)  :: sonoluminiscencia {f}
sonometer {n} (audiometer) SEE: audiometer  ::
Sonora {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Sonora {f}
Sony {prop} /ˈsownij/ (An international electronics and media company based in Tokyo, Japan)  :: Sony
Sonya {prop} (female given name)  :: Sonia {f}
soon {adv} /suːn/ (within a short time)  :: pronto
sooner or later {adv} (set phrase; eventually)  :: tarde o temprano, a la corta o a la larga
Sooretama slaty antshrike {n} (bird)  :: batará pizarroso de Sooretama
soot {n} /ˈsʊt/ (Fine black or dull brown particles)  :: hollín {m}
soothe {v} /suːð/ (To calm or placate someone or some situation)  :: calmar
soothe {v} (To bring comfort or relief)  :: aliviarse, descansar
soothe {v} (To ease or relieve pain or suffering)  :: aliviar
soothsayer {n} (one who predicts the future)  :: adivino {m}
sooty {adj} (of, relating to, or producing soot)  :: fuliginoso
sooty {adj} (soiled with soot)  :: tiznado, hollinoso
sop {n} (easily frightened person) SEE: milksop  ::
sop {n} (gravy) SEE: gravy  ::
São Paulo {prop} (city and state)  :: San Pablo, São Paulo, Sao Paulo
Sophia {prop} (female given name)  :: Sofía
sophist {n} /ˈsoʊfɪst/ (ancient teacher of rhetoric, etc.)  :: sofista {m} {f}
sophisticated {adj} (appealing to the tastes of an intellectual)  :: refinado, elegante, sofisticado
sophisticated {adj} (complicated, especially of technology)  :: sofisticado, complejo, complicado, elaborado
sophisticated {adj}  :: erudito
sophisticated {adj} (having obtained worldly experience)  :: de mundo, sofisticado
sophistication {n} /səˌfɪs.tɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/  :: sofisticación
Sophocles {prop} (Greek dramatic poet)  :: Sófocles
sophrological {adj} (of or relating to sophrology)  :: sofrologico
soporific {adj} (tending to induce sleep)  :: soporífico, somnífero
soporific {n} /ˌsɒp.əˈɹɪf.ɪk/ (sleep inducing agent)  :: somnífero
soppy {adj} /ˈsɒpi/ (sentimental)  :: sentimentaloide, muy sentimental, sensiblero
soprano {n}  :: soprano
sora {n} (Porzana carolina)  :: polluela sora {f}
sorbet {n} /sɔɹˈbeɪ/ (frozen fruit juice)  :: sorbete {m}
Sorbian {prop} /ˈsɔːrbiən/ (language)  :: sorbio {m}, sorabo {m}
sorbic acid {n} (sorbic acid)  :: ácido sórbico {m}
sorbitol {n} (sugar alcohol)  :: sorbitol {m}
Sorbonne {prop} (building in Paris)  :: la Sorbona {f}
Sorbonne {prop} (historic University of Paris)  :: la Sorbona {f}
sorbose {n} (ketohexose used in the production of ascorbic acid)  :: sorbosa {f}
sorcerer {n} /ˈsɔɹ.sɚ.ɚ/ (magician/wizard drawing upon natural powers)  :: brujo {m}, hechicero {m}
sorceress {n} (magician/wizard drawing upon natural powers)  :: bruja {f}
sorcery {n} /ˈsɔɹ.sə.ɹi/ (magical power)  :: brujería {f}, magia {f}
sordid {adj} (grasping)  :: sórdido
sordid {adj} (morally degrading)  :: sórdido
sordid {adj} /ˈsɔɹɾɨd/ (dirty or squalid)  :: sórdido
sore {adj} (annoyed) SEE: annoyed  ::
sore {adj} /sɔɹ/ (causing pain)  :: dolorido
sore {n} (injured, infected, inflamed, or diseased patch of skin)  :: llaga {f}
sore throat {n} (symptom)  :: dolor de garganta
sorghum {n} /ˈsɔ(ɹ).ɡəm/ (cereal)  :: zahína {f}
Soria {prop} (city)  :: Soria {f}
Soria {prop} (province)  :: Soria {f}
sororal {adj} (of or pertaining to a sister)  :: sororal
sororal {adj} (related through someone's sister)  :: sororal
sororal nephew {n} (son of one's sister)  :: sobrino sororal {m}
sorority {n} (group of women or girls associated for a common purpose)  :: sororidad
sorority {n} (social organization of female students at a college or university)  :: sororidad
sorority {n}  :: sororidad {f}
sorosilicate {n} (mineral)  :: sorosilicato {m}
sorrel {n} /ˈsɒɹəl/ (plant)  :: acedera común, vinagrera
sorrow {n} /ˈsɔɹoʊ/ (unhappiness)  :: tristeza {f}, aflicción {f}, infelicidad {f}, pesar {m}, dolor {m}, pena {f}
sorrowful {adj} (full of sorrow)  :: triste
sorry {adj} (poor, regrettable)  :: lo siento, pobre {m} {f}
sorry {adj} /ˈsɑɹi/ (regretful for an action or grieved)  :: disculpa, disculpe, discúlpame
sorry {interj} (expression of regret or sorrow)  :: discúlpame, perdóname, lo siento
sorry {interj} (request to repeat)  :: ¿cómo?, ¿perdón?, [Colombia, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, colloquial] ¿ah?, [Cuba, Spain, colloquial] ¿eh?, [Mexico, colloquial] ¿mande?
sort {n} (act of sorting)  :: ordenar
sort {n} /sɔɹt/ (type)  :: tipo {m}, género {m}, suerte {f}, clase {f}
sort {v} (arrange in order)  :: ordenar, surtir
sort {v} (separate according to certain criteria)  :: clasificar
sortie {n}  :: salida {f}
sort of {adv} (in a way etc.)  :: parece que, en cierto sentido, de alguna forma, aproximadamente, en aproximación, de alguna manera, más o menos
so-so {adj} (neither good nor bad)  :: más o menos, así así, pasable, templado, ni fu ni fa
so-so {adv} (neither well nor poorly)  :: así así
sot {n} (drunkard)  :: tomador {m}, borracho {m}, bebedor {m}
so that {conj} (in order to)  :: para que (+ subjunctive), de modo que
Sotho {prop} /ˈsutu/ (Sotho language)  :: sesotho {m}
São Toméan {adj} (Of, or pertaining to, São Tomé and Principe or its peoples)  :: santotomense
São Toméan {n} (citizen of São Tomé and Principe or of São Toméan descent)  :: santotomense {m} {f}
São Tomé and Príncipe {prop} (Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe)  :: Santo Tomé y Príncipe
Sãotomense {prop} (Forro) SEE: Forro  ::
so to speak {adv} (in a manner of speaking)  :: por así decirlo
sotto {adj} (music, informal: sotto voce (adjective)) SEE: sotto voce  ::
sotto {adv} /ˈsəʊtəʊ/ (music, informal: sotto voce (adverb)) SEE: sotto voce  ::
soufflé {n} /suːˈfleɪ/ (baked dish)  :: soufflé {m}, suflé {m}
sought-after {adj} (sought-after) SEE: in demand  ::
soul {n}  :: ánimo {m}
soul {n} /soʊl/ (the spirit or essence of a person that is believed to live on after the person’s death)  :: alma {f}
soulish {adj} /ˈsoʊlɪʃ/ (Christianity: of the human soul)  :: anímico
soulmate {n} (Someone with whom one has a special connection)  :: alma gemela {f}
soul patch {n} (narrow beard)  :: barbilla de labio inferior {f}, barbillita {f}
sound {adj} /saʊnd/ (healthy)  :: sano {m}
sound {adj}  :: sano
sound {adj} (sound asleep) SEE: sound asleep  ::
sound {n} (air bladder) SEE: swim bladder  ::
sound {n} (a probe)  :: sonda {f}
sound {n} (cuttlefish) SEE: cuttlefish  ::
sound {n} (long narrow inlet)  :: estrecho {m}, seno {m}
sound {n} (sensation perceived by the ear)  :: sonido {m}, son {m}
sound {n}  :: sonido {m}
sound {v} (to convey an impression by one's sound)  :: sonar
sound {v} (to probe)  :: sondear
sound {v} (to produce a sound)  :: sonar
sound box {n} (resonant chamber of a stringed musical instrument)  :: boca de sonido {f}
sound change {n} (language change that affects pronunciation)  :: cambio fonético {m}
soundly {adv} /ˈsaʊnd.lɪ/ (in a thorough manner)  :: profundo
soundtrack {n} (a narrow strip running down a movie film that carries the recorded sound in synchronization with the pictures)  :: banda sonora {f}
soundtrack {n} (a recording of such music for sale)  :: banda sonora {f}
soundtrack {n} (the sound (especially the music) component of a movie)  :: banda sonora {f}
sound wave {n} (longitudinal wave of pressure transmitted through any plastic material)  :: onda sonora {f}, onda acústica {f}
soup {n} /sup/ (dish)  :: sopa {f}, caldo {m}
soupçon {n} /supsɒn/ (very small amount) SEE: modicum  ::
soupçon {n} (suspicion, suggestion) SEE: suspicion  ::
soupspoon {n} (soupspoonful) SEE: soupspoonful  ::
soupspoon {n} (spoon for eating soup)  :: cuchara sopera {f}
soup up {v} (modify higher performance than the specifications)  :: retocar, trucar, acondicionar, tunear
souq {n} /suːq/ (a street market in the Arabic-speaking countries)  :: zoco {m}
sour {adj} (made rancid by fermentation, etc.)  :: agrio
sour {adj} /ˈsaʊ(ə)ɹ/ (having an acidic, sharp or tangy taste)  :: agrio, ácido
sour {adj} (tasting or smelling rancid)  :: agrio
source {n} ((computing) source code) SEE: source code  ::
source {n} ((electronics) terminal)  :: fuente {f}
source {n}  :: origen
source {n} /sɔɹs/ (person, place or thing)  :: fuente {m}
source {n} (spring)  :: fuente {f}, fontana {f} [poetic]
source {v} (to obtain or procure; used especially of a business resource)  :: fuente {f}
source code {n} (human-readable instructions in a programming language)  :: código fuente {m}
sour cherry {n} (fruit)  :: guinda {f}
sour cherry {n} (Prunus cerasus)  :: guindo {m}, cerezo ácido, cerezo de Morello
sour cream {n} (cream which has been treated with a benign bacterium)  :: crema agria {f}
sourdough {n} /ˈsaʊɚdoʊ/ (dough)  :: masa madre {f}
sour grapes {n} (expressing disdain)  :: uvas verdes {f-p}
soursop {n} (fruit)  :: guanábana {f}, chirimoya {f}
soursop {n} /ˈsaʊərˌsɒp/ (tree)  :: guanábano {m}, yaca {f}
sousaphone {n} (brass instrument)  :: susáfono
soutane {n} (a long gown)  :: sotana {f}
south {adj} (of or pertaining to the south)  :: del sur, sureño {m}, meridional {m} {f}, austral {m} {f}
south {adv} (in an adverse direction or trend)  :: hacer aguas (go south)
south {adv} (towards the south)  :: al sur
south {n} /saʊθ/ (compass point)  :: sur {m}
South Africa {prop} (country)  :: Sudáfrica {f}, África del Sur {f}
South African {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to South Africa)  :: sudafricano {m}
South African {n} /ˌsaʊθˈaf.ɹɪ.kən/ (person)  :: sudafricano {m}
South America {prop} (continent that is the southern part of the Americas)  :: América del Sur {f}, Sudamérica {f}, Suramérica {f}, América Meridional {f}
South American {adj} (relating to South America)  :: sudamericano {m}, suramericano
South American {n} (South American person)  :: sudamericano {m}, suramericano {m}
South American gray fox {n} (Lycalopex griseus)  :: chilla {f}, zorro gris {m}, zorro gris chico {m}, zorro patagónico {m}, zorro chilla {m}
South American squirrel monkey {n} (Saimiri sciureus) SEE: common squirrel monkey  ::
South Asia {prop} (South Asia)  :: Asia del Sur {m}
South Australia {prop} (state of Australia)  :: Australia Meridional {f}
South Carolina {prop} /ˌsaʊθ keəɹəˈlaɪnə/ (US state)  :: Carolina del Sur {f}
South Caucasus {prop} (region of southwest Asia)  :: Transcaucasia {f}
South China Sea {prop} (Pacific Ocean, between the Asian mainland and Taiwan, Borneo and the Philippines)  :: Mar de la China Meridional {m}
South Dakota {prop} /ˈsaʊθ dəˈkoʊ.tə/ (state of the USA)  :: Dakota del Sur {f}
southeast {adj}  :: sudeste {m} {f}, del sudeste
southeast {n} (compass point)  :: sureste {m}, sudeste {m}
Southeast Asia {prop} (a subregion of Asia)  :: Sureste Asiático {m}
southern {adj} (of or pertaining to a southern region)  :: meridional, del sur, sureño
southern {adj} /ˈsʌðə(r)n/ (of the south)  :: meridional, del sur, sureño
southern bottlenose whale {n} (species of bottlenose whale)  :: zifio calderón austral {m}
Southern Cross {prop} (constellation)  :: Crux {f}, Cruz del Sur {f}
southerner {n} (someone from the south of a region)  :: sureño {m}, sureña {f}
Southerner {n} /ˈsʌð(ᵊ)nəɹ/ (someone from the south of a region) SEE: southerner  ::
Southerner {n} (someone from the area that once formed the CSA)  :: sureño {m}, sureña {f}
Southern Europe {prop} (Southern Europe)  :: Europa meridional {f}, Europa del Sur {f}
Southern Hemisphere {n} (hemisphere to the south of its equator)  :: hemisferio sur {m}
southern lights {n} (the aurora of the southern hemisphere)  :: aurora austral {f}
Southern Ocean {prop} (the ocean surrounding Antarctica)  :: océano Antártico {m}, océano Austral {m}
Southern Sesotho {prop} (Sotho) SEE: Sotho  ::
southernwood {n} (Artemisia abrotanum)  :: abrótano {m}
South Island {prop} (one of the two major islands making up New Zealand)  :: Isla Sur {f}
South Korea {prop} (country in East Asia)  :: Corea del Sur
South Korean {adj} (of South Korea)  :: surcoreano
South Korean {n} (person from or descended from South Korea)  :: surcoreano {m}, surcoreana {f}
South Ossetia {prop} (South Ossetia)  :: Osetia del Sur {f}
southpaw {n} /ˈsaʊθˌpɔː/ (informal: one who is left-handed)  :: zurdo {m}, zurda {f}
South Pole {prop} /ˈsaʊθˌpoʊl/ (the southernmost point on Earth)  :: polo Sur {m}
South Sudan {prop} (country in Africa)  :: Sudán del Sur {m}
South Tyrol {prop} (German-speaking region of northern Italy)  :: Alto Adigio {m}
southwest {adj} (towards the southwest)  :: suroeste, del sudoeste
southwest {n} (compass point)  :: suroeste {m}
Southwest Asia {prop} (area of Asia)  :: Asia Sudoeste {m}
South Yemen {prop} (country)  :: Yemen del Sur
souvenir {n} /ˌsuːvəˈnɪə(ɹ)/ (item of sentimental value to remember an event or location)  :: recuerdo {m}
sovereign {adj} /ˈsɒv.rɪn/ (exercising power of rule)  :: soberano
sovereign {n} (monarch)  :: soberano
sovereignty {n}  :: soberanía {f}
sovereignty {n} /ˈsɒv.ɹən.ti/ (of a nation: the state of making laws and controlling resources without the coercion of other nations.)  :: soberanía {f}
soviet {n} /ˈsɒ.vi.ət/ (council)  :: sóviet {m}
Soviet {adj} (pertaining to the Soviet Union or its republics)  :: soviético {m}, soviética {f}
Soviet {prop} /ˈsoʊviət/ (soviet) SEE: soviet  ::
Sovietology {n} (the field of study of the Soviet Union)  :: sovietología {f}
Soviet Russia {prop} (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic) SEE: Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic  ::
Soviet Russia {prop} (Russia) SEE: Russia  ::
Soviet Russia {prop} (Soviet Union) SEE: Soviet Union  ::
Soviet Socialist Republic {prop} (any of the republics belonging to the former Soviet Union, see also: SSR)  :: república socialista soviética {f}
Soviet Union {prop} (USSR, see also: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, see also: USSR)  :: Unión Soviética {f}
sovnarkhoz {n} (a regional economic council of the Soviet Union (historical))  :: sovnarjoz {m}
sow {n} /saʊ/ (female pig)  :: cerda {f}, puerca {f}
sow {v} /soʊ/ (disperse seeds)  :: sembrar
so what {interj} (reply of indifference)  :: ¿y qué?, ¿y?, ¿y qué más da?, ¿y qué importa?
sow the wind, reap the whirlwind {proverb} (every decision has consequences; a person's actions will come back to them)  :: quien siembra vientos recoge tempestades
soy {n} /sɔɪ/ (soy sauce) SEE: soy sauce  ::
soy {n} (soy beans)  :: soja {f}
soybean {n} (plant)  :: soja {f}
soybean {n} (seed)  :: soya {f}, soja {f}
soyburger {n} (burger made from soy)  :: hamburguesa de soja
soylent {n} (undesirable artificial foodstuff)  :: comidilla {f}
soy milk {n} (a beverage made from soy beans)  :: leche de soja {f}
soy sauce {n} (a condiment and ingredient made from fermented soybeans)  :: salsa de soja, salsa de soya, soja {f}
Soyuz {n} (a Soviet/Russian spacecraft)  :: Soyuz {m}
spa {n} /spɑː/ (spa)  :: spa {m}, balneario {m}
space {n} (area beyond atmosphere of planets)  :: espacio {m}
space {n} (physical extent in two or three dimensions)  :: espacio {m}
space {n} /speɪs/ (while) SEE: while  ::
space age {n} (current historical period which started with the launch of the Sputnik)  :: era espacial {f}
spacecraft {n} (vehicle that travels through space)  :: nave espacial, astronave
space flight {n} (voyage in space)  :: vuelo espacial {m}
space frame {n} (a three-dimensional truss, often of steel, forming a rigid, stable structure)  :: malla espacial
spaceman {n} (astronaut)  :: astronauta, hombre del espacio
space probe {n} (unmanned space vehicle designed to voyage beyond Earth orbit)  :: sonda espacial {f}
spaceship {n} (vehicle that flies through space)  :: nave espacial {f}, astronave {f}
space shuttle {n} (vehicle capable of travelling repeatedly btw Earth and outer space)  :: transbordador espacial {m}
Space Shuttle {prop} (a space transportation system)  :: transbordador espacial {m}
space station {n} (crewed artificial satellite)  :: estación espacial {f}
space suit {n} (system of clothing worn by astronauts when in space)  :: traje espacial {m}
spacetime {n} (four dimensional continuum)  :: espacio-tiempo {m}
space-time {n} (spacetime) SEE: spacetime  ::
space tourism {n} (form of tourism)  :: turismo espacial {m}
space travel {n} (travel through space in order to visit and explore other worlds)  :: viaje espacial {m}, recorrido de espacial {m}
spacious {adj} /ˈspeɪʃəs/ (having much space; roomy)  :: espacioso
spaciously {adv} (in a spacious manner)  :: ampliamente, espaciosamente
spade {n} (a black person)  :: [offensive] negro, mulato {m}
spade {n} (one of the black suits in a deck of cards)  :: pica {f}
spade {n}  :: pala {f}
spade {n} /speɪd/ (a garden tool with a handle and a flat blade for digging)  :: pala {f}, azada {f}
spades {n} /speɪdz/ (spade) SEE: spade  ::
spades {n} (suit of playing cards)  :: picas {f-p}
spadix {n} /ˈspeɪdɪks/ (fleshy spike)  :: espádice {m}
spaghetti {n} (informally: any type of pasta) SEE: pasta  ::
spaghetti {n} (spaghetti code) SEE: spaghetti code  ::
spaghetti {n} /spəˈɡɛɾi]/ (pasta)  :: espagueti {m}
spaghetti squash {n} (a variety of winter squash)  :: alcayota {f}
Spain {prop} /speɪn/ (country in Europe)  :: España {f}
spallation {n} (fragmentation due to stress or impact)  :: estallido, fragmentación, astillado, explosión, reventón
spallation {n} /spɔːleɪʃən/ (physics: nuclear reaction in which a nucleus fragments into many nucleons)  :: espalación
spam {n} /ˈspæm/ (unsolicited bulk electronic messages)  :: correo basura {m}
spam {n} (tinned meat product) SEE: SPAM  ::
span {n} /spæn/ (space from thumb to little finger)  :: cuarta {f}, palmo {m}
span {n} (spread between supports)  :: luz {f}
span {v} /spæn/ (to cover or extend over an area or time period)  :: abarcar
Spanglish {prop} (blend of English and Spanish)  :: espanglés {m}, spanglish {m}
Spaniard {n} /ˈspæn.jɚd]/ (somebody from Spain)  :: español {m}, española {f}
spaniel {n} /ˈspænjəl/ (dog)  :: perro de aguas {m}
Spanish {adj} (of or pertaining to the people or culture of Spain)  :: español {m}, española {f}
Spanish {adj} (of or pertaining to the Spanish language)  :: español
Spanish {adj} /ˈspæn.ɪʃ/ (of or pertaining to Spain)  :: español {m}, española {f}
Spanish {n} (people of Hispanic origin)  :: hispano {m}, hispana {f}
Spanish {prop} (Romance language of Spain and the Americas)  :: español {m}, castellano {m}
Spanish Armada {prop} (The fleet of war ships sent by Philip II of Spain)  :: Grande y Felicísima Armada {f}
Spanish chestnut {n} (fruit)  :: castaña {f}
Spanish chestnut {n} (tree)  :: castaño {m}
Spanish Netherlands {prop} (country)  :: Países Bajos Españoles {p} {m}
Spanish omelet {n} (Spanish dish)  :: tortilla de patatas {f}
Spanish omelette {n} (omelette with fried potatoes)  :: tortilla de patatas {f}
Spanish Water Dog {n} /ˌspænɪʃ ˈwɔtɚ dɔɡ/ (Spanish Water Dog)  :: perro de agua español {m}
spank {n} (an instance of spanking; a smack or slap)  :: nalgada
spank {n} (a slapping sound, as produced by spanking)  :: golpe
spank {v} /speɪŋk/ (to smack or slap a person's buttocks, with the bare hand or other object.)  :: nalguear, zurrar
spanking {n} /ˈspeɪŋkɪŋ/ (form of physical punishment)  :: nalgada, (imprecise) azotado {f}
spanner {n} /ˈspæn.ɚ/ (hand tool for adjusting nuts and bolts)  :: llave {f}
spanworm {n} (measuring worm) SEE: measuring worm  ::
spar {n} /spɑɹ/ (rafter of a roof) SEE: rafter  ::
spare {adj} /ˈspɛə(ɹ)/ (scanty, not abundant or plentiful)  :: frugal, económico
spare part {n} (component kept in reserve)  :: pieza de repuesto {f}, pieza de recambio {f}, repuesto {m}, refacción {f}
spare the rod and spoil the child {proverb} /ˈspɛə(ɹ) ðə ɹɒd ənd spɔɪl ðə t͡ʃaɪ.ld/ (if one does not discipline a child he or she will never learn obedience)  :: escatima el palo y malcría al hijo
spare time {n} (free time) SEE: free time  ::
spare tire {n} (extra tire) SEE: spare tyre  ::
spare tire {n} (fat around midsection) SEE: spare tyre  ::
spare tyre {n} (extra tyre)  :: rueda de repuesto {f}, rueda de recambio {f}
spare tyre {n} (fat around midsection)  :: michelín {m}
spare wheel {n} (extra wheel) SEE: spare tyre  ::
spark {n} (burst of electrical discharge)  :: chispa {f}
spark {n} /spɑː(r)k/ (particle of glowing matter)  :: chispa {f}
spark gap {n} (gap between two terminals)  :: entrehierro {m}
sparkle {n} (brilliance)  :: brillo {m}, lustre {m}
sparkle {n} /ˈspɑɹkl/ (scintillation)  :: destello {m}
sparkler {n} (hand-held firework)  :: bengala {f}
sparkling {adj} (of a beverage)  :: gaseoso {m}, efervescente {n}
spark plug {n} (device that forms a high-voltage spark for fuel ignition)  :: bujía {f}
sparrow {n} (bird of the family Passeridae)  :: pasérido {m}, gorrión {m}
sparrow {n} (generically, any small, nondescript bird)  :: pájaro {m}
sparrow {n}  :: gorrión {m}
sparrow {n} /ˈspæɹəʊ/ (Passer domesticus) SEE: house sparrow  ::
sparrow hawk {n} (Accipiter nisus) SEE: Eurasian sparrowhawk  ::
sparrow hawk {n} (Falco sparverius) SEE: American kestrel  ::
sparrowhawk {n} (Eurasian sparrowhawk) SEE: Eurasian sparrowhawk  ::
sparse {adj} /spɑːɹs/ (having widely spaced intervals)  :: disperso
sparsity {n} (the property of being sparse)  :: escasez {f}
Sparta {prop} (ancient city-state in southern Greece)  :: Esparta {f}
Spartacus {prop} /ˈspɑːɹtəkəs/ (Thracian name)  :: Espartaco {m}
Spartan {adj} (of Sparta)  :: espartano
Spartan {adj} (spartan) SEE: spartan  ::
Spartan {prop} (citizen of Sparta)  :: espartano {m}, espartana {f}
spasm {n} (a sudden and temporary burst of energy, activity, or emotion)  :: acceso {m}
spasm {n} /ˈspæzəm/ (contraction of a muscle)  :: espasmo {m}
spasmodic {adj} (convulsive; consisting of spasms)  :: espasmódico
spasmodic {adj} /spæzˈmɑ.dɪk/ (of or relating to a spasm)  :: espasmódico
spat {n} /spæt/ (covering or decorative covering worn over a shoe)  :: polaina {f}
spatial {adj} /ˈspeɪʃəl/ (pertaining to space)  :: espacial
spatter {v} (to splash with small droplets)  :: salpicar, rociar
spatula {n} /ˈspætʃʊlə/ (kitchen utensil for turning and lifting)  :: espátula {f}
spawn {n} (the numerous eggs of an aquatic organism)  :: hueva {f}
spawn {v} (to bring forth in general)  :: engendrar
spawn {v} (to deposit (numerous) eggs in water)  :: desovar
spay {v} /speɪ/ (remove the ovaries)  :: esterilizar
speak {v} /spiːk/ (to communicate with one's voice using words)  :: hablar
speak {v} (to be able to communicate in a language)  :: hablar
speak {v} (to communicate a fact or feeling)  :: hablar
speak {v} (to utter)  :: mediar palabra, decir
speaker {n} (loudspeaker)  :: altavoz {m}
speaker {n} (one who makes a speech to an audience)  :: orador {m}, oradora {f}
speaker {n} /ˈspikɚ/ (one who speaks)  :: hablante {m} {f}
speaking {adj} /ˈspiːˌkiŋ/ (eloquent) SEE: eloquent  ::
speak of the devil {phrase} (expression used when a person mentioned in the current conversation happens to arrive)  :: hablando del rey de Roma, por la puerta asoma
speak of the devil and he appears {phrase} (expression used when a person mentioned in the current conversation happens to arrive)  :: hablando del rey de Roma, por la puerta asoma
spear {n} (sharp tool used by fishermen to retrieve fish)  :: arpón {m}
spear {n} /spɪə̯(ɹ)/ (long stick with a sharp tip)  :: lanza {f}
spear carrier {n} (person in a play or movie with a minimal part) SEE: walk-on  ::
spearcaster {n} /ˈspɪəkɑːstə/ (athlete who throws spears) SEE: javelin thrower  ::
spearhead {n} (one who leads or initiates an activity)  :: caudillo {m}
spearhead {n} /ˈspɪɹ.hɛd/ (the pointed head, or end, of a spear)  :: punta {f}, punta de lanza {f}
spearhead {n} (the leading military unit in an attack)  :: punta de lanza {f}
spearhead {v} (to drive or campaign ardently)  :: encabezar, acaudillar
spearmint {n} (Mentha spicata)  :: hierbabuena {f}
spearthrower {n} (atlatl) SEE: atlatl  ::
special {adj} (of particular interest or value; certain; dear; beloved; favored)  :: especial
special {adj} /ˈspɛ.ʃəl/ (distinguished by a unique or unusual quality)  :: especial
special effect {n} (effect that cannot be reasonably achieved by normal means)  :: efectos especiales {m-p}
special interest group {n} (advocacy group) SEE: advocacy group  ::
specialist {n} (expert)  :: especialista {m} {f}
specialist {n} (physician)  :: especialista {m} {f}
specialization {n} (act or process of specializing)  :: especialización {f}
specially {adv} (in a special manner)  :: especialmente
special relativity {n} (physics theory)  :: relatividad especial {f}
specialty {n} (particularity) SEE: particularity  ::
specialty {n} /ˈspɛʃəlti/ (that in which one specializes)  :: especialidad {f}
speciation {n} (biology)  :: especiación {f}, evolución de las especies
species {n}  :: especie {f}
species {n} (rank in a taxonomic classification)  :: especie
species {n} /ˈspiːʃiːz/ (group of plants or animals having similar appearance)  :: especie
specific {adj} (being a remedy for a particular disease)  :: específico
specific {adj} /spəˈsɪf.ɪk/ (explicit or definite)  :: específico
specifically {adv} (for a specific purpose or reason)  :: específicamente
specification {n} (explicit set of requirements)  :: especificación {f}
specific gravity {n} (ratio of the mass of a substance to that of an equal volume of water)  :: peso específico {m}
specific heat {n}  :: calor específico
specificity {n} /spɛsɪˈfɪsɪti/ (the state of being specific rather than general)  :: especificidad {f}
specificness {n} (specificity) SEE: specificity  ::
specified {adj} (Thoroughly explained)  :: especificado
specify {v} /ˈspɛsɪfaɪ/ (to state explicitly, in detail, or as a condition)  :: especificar
specimen {n} (sample)  :: ejemplar {m}
specimen {n} /ˈspɛsɪmɪn/ (example)  :: espécimen {m}
specious {adj} /ˈspiːʃəs/ (seemingly well-reasoned, but fallacious)  :: especioso
speck {n} /spek/ (tiny spot)  :: mota {f}
spectacle {n} (an embarrassing situation)  :: espectáculo {m}
spectacle {n} (optical instrument) SEE: spectacles  ::
spectacle {n} (something excing or extraordinary)  :: espectáculo {m}
spectacled {adj} (wearing spectacles) SEE: bespectacled  ::
spectacles {n} (a pair of lenses set in a frame)  :: [Latin America] anteojos {m-p}, [Cuba, Puerto Rico] espejuelos {m-p}, [especially Colombia, Dominican Republic, Spain] gafas {f-p}, [Latin America] lentes {m-p}
spectacles {n} (plural of spectacle) SEE: spectacle  ::
spectacular {adj} (amazing or worthy of special attention)  :: espectacular
spectator {n} /ˈspɛkteɪtɚ/ (observer)  :: espectador
specter {n} /ˈspɛktɚ/ (ghostly apparition)  :: espectro {m}
spectrometer {n} (instrument for measuring the absorption of light by chemical substances)  :: espectrómetro
spectrometry {n} (measurement of the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation)  :: espectrometría {f}
spectrum {n} /ˈspɛkt(ʃ)ɹəm/ (range of colors)  :: espectro {m}
speculation {n}  :: especulación {f}
speculator {n} (one who speculates; as in investing)  :: especulador {m}
speculum {n} /ˈspɛkjʊləm/ (medical instrument)  :: espéculo {m}
speech {n} (a dialect or language) SEE: dialect, language  ::
speech {n} (an oration, session of speaking)  :: discurso {m}
speech {n} /ˈspiːtʃ/ (vocal communication)  :: habla {f}
speech balloon {n} (speech balloon) SEE: speech bubble  ::
speech bubble {n} (rounded outline representing speech in a cartoon)  :: bocadillo {m}
speechless {adj} (not speaking; not knowing what to say)  :: mudo, sin palabras
speed {n} (luck, success, prosperity) SEE: luck, success, prosperity  ::
speed {n} (rate of motion)  :: velocidad {f}
speed {n} /spiːd/ (rapidity)  :: rapidez {f}, velocidad {f}
speed bag {n} (air-filled punching bag)  :: pera {f}
speed bump {n} (transverse ridge in the road)  :: reductor de velocidad {m} [especially formal usage], resalto {m} [especially formal usage], badén {m} [Spain], banda sonora {f} [Spain], chapa acostado {m} [Ecuador], durmiente [Nicaragua], giba {f} [Peru], guardia tumbado {m} [Spain], lomada {f} [Argentina, Paraguay], lomo de burro {m} [Argentina, Uruguay], lomo de toro {m} [Chile], muerto {m} [Costa Rica, Puerto Rico], muro {m} [Venezuela], policía acostado {m} [Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Venezuela], policía dormido {m} [Costa Rica], policía muerto {m} [Panama, Puerto Rico], rompemuelles {m} [Bolivia, Peru], tope {m} [Mexico], túmulo {m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras], vibrador {m} [Mexico]
speed chess {n} (form of chess)  :: ajedrez rápido
speed limit {n} (maximum speed permitted)  :: límite de velocidad {m}
speed of light {n} (the speed of electromagnetic radiation in a perfect vacuum)  :: velocidad de la luz {f}
speed of sound {n} (speed at which sound is propagated)  :: velocidad del sonido {f}
speedometer {n} /spɪˈdɑː.mə.t̬ɚ/ (a device that measures, and indicates the current speed of a vehicle)  :: velocímetro {m}
speed skating {n} (The sport of racing around an oval course on ice skates)  :: patinaje de velocidad {m}
speedy {adj} /ˈspiːdi/ (characterized by rapid or swift motion)  :: rápido, pronto
speleologist {n} (person who studies caves)  :: espeleologista {m}
speleology {n} (recreational activity of exploring caves)  :: espeleísmo {m} [rare]
speleology {n} (scientific study of caves)  :: espeleología {f}
speleothem {n} (mineral deposited in a cave by the action of water)  :: espeleotema {m}
spell {n} (indefinite period of time)  :: rato {m}, período {m}
spell {n} (magical effect of such incantation)  :: encantamiento {m}, hechizo {m}
spell {n} (period of illness, outburst of bad spirits)  :: berrinche {m}, pataleta {f}
spell {n} /spɛl/ (magical incantation)  :: encanto {m}, hechizo {m}, conjuro {m}, brujería {f}
spell {v} (figuratively, to clarify)  :: descifrar
spell {v} (to compose a word)  :: deletrear
spell {v} (to indicate that some future event will occur)  :: anunciar, presagiar
spell {v} (to work in place of someone)  :: reemplazar
spell {v} (to write or say the letters that form a word)  :: deletrear
spell checker {n} (software application)  :: corrector ortográfico {m}
spelling {n} (act, practice, ability, or subject of forming words with letters, or of reading the letters of words; orthography)  :: ortografía {f}
spelling {n} (a specific spelling of a word)  :: grafía {f}
spelling {n}  :: ortografía {f}
spelling {v} /ˈspɛlɪŋ/ (present participle of spell)  :: deletreando {f}
spelt {n} /ˈspɛlt/ (a type of wheat, Triticum aestivum spelta)  :: espelta {f}, escanda {f}
spelunk {n} /spiːˈlʌŋk/ (cave, cavern, grotto) SEE: cave  ::
spelunk {v} (to explore caves)  :: hacer espeleología
spelunking {n} (exploring underground caverns)  :: espeleología {f}
spend {v}  :: gastar
spend {v} /spɛnd/ (to pay out)  :: gastar
spend {v} (to consume, to use up (time))  :: pasar
spendthrift {n} (someone who spends money wastefully)  :: gastador {m}, gastadora {f}, pródigo {m}
sperm {n} (semen (fluid))  :: esperma {m-f}
sperm {n} /spɜːɹm/ (cell)  :: espermatozoide {m}
spermatozoid {n} /spɜː(ɹ)ˈmætəˌzəʊ.ɪd/ (male gamete of certain basal plants)  :: espermatozoide {m}
spermatozoon {n} /ˌspɜːmətə(ʊ)ˈzəʊɒn/ (reproductive cell of the male)  :: espermatozoide {m}
sperm bank {n} (vulgar: vagina) SEE: cunt  ::
spermicide {n} (A substance used for killing sperm)  :: espermicida
sperm whale {n} (sperm whale)  :: cachalote {m}
spew {n} (ejaculate) SEE: ejaculate  ::
spew {n} (vomit) SEE: vomit  ::
spew {v} (to vomit)  :: vomitar
sphene {n} (titanite) SEE: titanite  ::
sphenoid {n} (sphenoid bone) SEE: sphenoid bone  ::
sphenoid bone {n} (sphenoid bone)  :: esfenoide {m}
spheral {adj} (spherical) SEE: spherical  ::
sphere {n} (astronomy: apparent outer limit of space) SEE: celestial sphere  ::
sphere {n} (region in which something or someone is active)  :: esfera {f}
sphere {n} /sfɪr/ (mathematics: regular three-dimensional object)  :: esfera {f}
sphere {n} (spherical physical object)  :: esfera {f}, bola {f}
-sphere {suffix} (designating some layer of the Earth)  :: -sfera
sphere of influence {n} (area influenced by something)  :: esfera de influencia {f}
spherical {adj} (of or relating to a sphere or spheres)  :: esférico
spherical {adj} (shaped like a sphere)  :: esférico
sphericon {n} /ˈsfɪɹ.ə.kɑn/ ((geometry) a solid constructed by slicing a bicone)  :: esfericón {m}
spherometer {n} (measuring device)  :: esferómetro {m}
sphincter {n} /ˈsfɪŋktə/ (band of muscle)  :: esfínter {m}
sphincteric {adj} (sphincteral) SEE: sphincteral  ::
sphinx {n} /sfiːŋks]/ (mythology: creature with the head of a person and the body of an animal)  :: esfinge {f}
Sphinx {prop} (Greek mythological creature)  :: Esfinge {f}
Sphinx {prop} (large monument in Egypt)  :: Esfinge {f}
sphygmomanometer {n} (device to measure blood pressure)  :: esfigmomanómetro {m}
spice {n} (any variety of spice)  :: especia {f}, aliño {m}, condimento {m}, aderezo {m}
spice {n} /spaɪs/ (plant matter used to season or flavour food)  :: especia {f}
spice {n} (Yorkshire dialect: sweets, candy) SEE: sweets, candy  ::
spice {v} (to add spice or spices to)  :: aliñar, condimentar, sazonar, aderezar
spicebush {n} (Lindera benzoin)  :: benjoin
spicewood {n} (spicebush) SEE: spicebush  ::
spicy {adj}  :: caliente
spicy {adj} (containing spice)  :: condimentado, aliñado, [having a sharp flavor] picante, sazonado, aromático
spicy {adj} (tangy or pungent)  :: picante
spider {n} /ˈspʌɪɾəɹ/ (arthropod)  :: araña {f}
spider monkey {n} (monkey of the genus Ateles)  :: mono araña {m}
spider wasp {n} (solitary wasp in the Pompilidae family)  :: pompílido {m}
spiderweb {n} (net-like construct of a spider)  :: telaraña {f}, tela de araña {f}
spiderwood {n} (neinei) SEE: neinei  ::
spiffy {adj} /ˈspɪfi/ (dapper, fine or neat)  :: apuesto, pulcro
spigot {n} (faucet) SEE: tap  ::
spigot {n} /spɪɡ.ət/ (the plug of a faucet or cock)  :: llave {f}, [faucet] grifo {m}, [cock] válvula
spike {n} (anything resembling like a nail in shape)  :: pincho {m}, punta {f}
spike {n} (botany: kind of inflorescence)  :: espiga
spike {n} (ear of grain)  :: espiga {f}
spike {n} (sharp peak in a graph)  :: pico {m}
spike {n} /spaɪk/ (very large nail)  :: clavo {m}, pincho {m}
spikenard {n}  :: nardo {m}
spikenard {n} (plant)  :: nardo {m}
spill {v} /spɪl/ (transitive: to drop something so that it spreads out)  :: derramar
spillikins {n} (a game of skill)  :: palitos chinos {m-p}, palillos {m-p}
spill one's guts {v} (vomit) SEE: vomit  ::
spin {n} (brief trip)  :: vuelta {f}
spin {n} (circular motion)  :: vuelta {f}, giro {m}
spin {n} (favourable comment)  :: sesgo positivo {m}
spin {n} (flight condition)  :: barrena
spin {n} (physics: quantum angular momentum)  :: espín {m}
spin {v}  :: girar
spin {v} /spɪn/ (to make yarn)  :: hilar
spin {v} (to present a bias)  :: dorar la píldora, pintar bonito, endulzar
spin {v} (to turn around quickly)  :: girar, rotar
spina bifida {n} (birth defect)  :: espina bífida {f}
spinach {n} /spɪnɪt͡ʃ/ (a particular edible plant, Spinacia oleracea)  :: espinaca
spinal {adj} (related to the spine)  :: espinal, vertebral
spinal column {n} (vertebral column) SEE: vertebral column  ::
spinal cord {n} (thick, whitish cord of nerve tissue)  :: médula espinal {f}
spindle {n} /ˈspɪndəl/ (rod in spinning and winding thread)  :: huso
spindly {adj} (of a spindle)  :: ahusado {m}, ahusada {f}
spindly {adj} (slender and of weak appearance)  :: flacucho {m}, flacucha {f}
spin doctor {n} (person hired to improve public image)  :: asesor de imagen {m}
spine {n} (bound edge of a book)  :: lomo {m}
spine {n} (rigid, pointed surface protuberance or needle-like structure on an animal, shell, or plant)  :: espina {f}
spine {n} /spaɪn/ (backbone)  :: espinazo {m}
spine board {n} (rigid carrying surface)  :: tablero {m}, tablero imobilizario {m}
spinel {n} (any of several hard minerals of cubic symmetry that are mixed oxides of magnesium and aluminium)  :: espinela {f}
spine pig {n} (porcupine) SEE: porcupine  ::
spinet {n} /ˈspɪn.ɪt/ (short, compact harpsichord)  :: espineta {f}
spinning top {n} (a toy)  :: peonza {f}, trompo {m}, pirinola {f}
spinning wheel {n} (device for spinning thread with a wheel and a spindle)  :: rueca {f}
spin-off {n} (by-product) SEE: by-product  ::
spin-off {n} (offshoot) SEE: offshoot  ::
spinor {n} /spɪnɔɹ/ (element of Clifford algebra)  :: espinor {m}
spinster {n} /ˈspɪnstɚ/ (unmarried woman)  :: solterona {f}
spiny anteater {n} (common name for echidna) SEE: echidna  ::
spiny dogfish {n} (Squalus acanthias)  :: mielga {f}, galludo {m}, tollo de cacho {m}
spiny lobster {n} (spiny lobster)  :: langosta {f}
spiral {n} (helix)  :: hélice {f}
spiral {n} /ˈspaɪɹəl/ (geometry)  :: espiral {f}
spiral of Archimedes {n} (Archimedean spiral) SEE: Archimedean spiral  ::
spiral staircase {n} (A staircase in the form of a helix)  :: escalera de caracol {f}
spire {n} /spʌɪə/ (tapering architectural structure)  :: chapitel {m}, aguja {f}
spirit {n} (alcohol)  :: alcohol {m}, bebida espirituosa {f}
spirit {n} (enthusiasm)  :: espíritu {m}
spirit {n} /ˈspiɹɪt/ (soul)  :: espíritu {m}, alma {m}
spirit {n} (supernatural being)  :: espíritu {m}
Spiritism {prop} (a philosophical doctrine)  :: espiritismo
spirit level {n} (spirit level)  :: nivel de burbuja {m}
spirit path {n} (spirit way) SEE: spirit way  ::
spirit road {n} (spirit way) SEE: spirit way  ::
spirits {n} /ˈspɪɹɪts/ (strong alcoholic drink derived from fermentation and distillation)  :: licor
spiritual {adj} /ˈspɪɹɪtʃuəl/ (of or pertaining to the spirit or the soul)  :: espiritual {m} {f}
spiritual {n} (folk song)  :: espiritual {m}
spirituality {n} /ˌspɪ.rə.tʃuˈæ.lə.tɪ/ (concern for what is unseen and intangible)  :: espiritualidad {f}
spiritus asper {n} (Ancient Greek diacritical mark) SEE: rough breathing  ::
spiritus lenis {n} (Ancient Greek diacritical mark) SEE: smooth breathing  ::
spirometer {n} (medical device)  :: espirómetro {m}
spit {n} (saliva)  :: escupida
spit {n} /ˈspɪt/ (a rod on which meat is grilled/broiled)  :: asador {m}
spit {v} (to evacuate saliva from the mouth)  :: escupir
spit {v} (to impale on a spit)  :: espetar
spite {n} /spaɪt/ (ill-will or hatred toward another; a desire to vex or injure)  :: despecho, rencor, malicia
spiteful {adj} (filled with spite)  :: malévolo, rencoroso, venenoso
spitter {n} (baseball sense) SEE: spitball  ::
spitting image {n} /ˈspɪtɪŋ ˈɪmɪdʒ/ (the exact likeness of someone)  :: el vivo retrato {m} {f}
spittle {n} (spit, usually frothy)  :: escupida, escupitajo
spittoon {n} /spɪˈtuːn/ (receptacle for spit)  :: escupidera {f}
splanchnic {adj} (Relating to the viscera or intestines)  :: esplacnico
splash {n} /splæʃ/ (the sound made by an object hitting a liquid)  :: salpicadura
splash {v} (to hit or agitate liquid)  :: chapotear, salpicar
spleen {n} (mood)  :: esplín {m}
spleen {n} /spliːn/ (organ)  :: bazo {m}
splendid {adj} /ˈsplɛndɪd/  :: espléndido
splendor {n}  :: esplendor {m}
splendor {n} /ˈsplɛndə/ (magnificent appearance)  :: esplendor {m}
splenectomy {n} (surgical removal of the spleen)  :: esplenectomía {f}
splenetic {adj} (of or concerning the spleen)  :: esplénico
splenetic {adj} /spləˈnɛtɪk/ (bad-tempered, irritable, peevish, spiteful, habitually angry)  :: irritable
splice {n} /splaɪs/ (electrical and mechanical connection between wires)  :: empalme {m}
splice {v} (genetics)  :: empalmar
splice {v} (to unite by lapping two ends together)  :: emendar
splice {v} (to unite in marriage) SEE: marry  ::
splice {v} (to unite ropes by interweaving the strands)  :: entreverar
spliff {n} /splɪf/ (a marijuana cigarette)  :: porro
splint {n} (immobilizing device)  :: tablilla {f}
splinter {n} /ˈsplɪntɚ/ (long, sharp fragment of material, often wood)  :: (wood) astilla {f}, (bone or metal) esquirla {f}
splinter {v} (to cause to break apart into splinters)  :: astillar
splinter {v} (to come apart into splinters)  :: astillar
split {n} (acrobatic feat)  :: espagat {m}
split {n} (baseball pitch) SEE: split-finger fastball  ::
split {n} (breach, division)  :: escisión {f}
split {n} /splɪt/ (crack, longitudinal fissure)  :: fisura {f}
split {v} (divide along a more or less straight line)  :: partir, dividir, escindir
split {v} (leave)  :: partir
split {v} (separate)  :: partir, separar
split {v} (share out)  :: repartir, dividir
split end {n} (A hair which has split at the end)  :: punta rota {f}
splits {n} (manoeuvre)  :: espagar {m}, spagat {m}
splurge {n} (extravagant indulgence)  :: ostentación
splurge {v} /splɝdʒ/ (to flow or move in rush)  :: chorrear
splurge {v} (to spend lavishly or extravagantly)  :: derrochar
spoil {n} (plunder taken from an enemy or victim)  :: botín {m}
spoil {v} (become sour or rancid, to decay)  :: agriar, descomponerse, echarse a perder
spoil {v} (ruin)  :: dañar, arruinar, echar a perder, estropear
spoil {v} /spɔɪl/ (strip)  :: expoliar, despojar
spoil {v} (to coddle or pamper)  :: malcriar, consentir, [Mexico] chiquear
spoiled {adj} (spoilt) SEE: spoilt  ::
spoiler {n}  :: adelanto
spoiler {n} /ˈspɔɪ.lɚ/ (document, review or comment)  :: spoiler {m}, destripe {m}
spoils of war {n} (profits extracted as the result of winning a war)  :: botín de guerra {m}
spoilsport {n} /ˈspɔɪl.spɔɹt/ (someone who puts an end to harmless fun)  :: aguafiestas {f} {m}
spoilt {adj} (of a child)  :: mimado {m}, regalón, consentido, malcriado
spoilt {adj} /spɔɪlt/ (of food: rendered unusable or inedible)  :: estropeado, podrido
spoke {n} /spəʊk/ (part of a wheel)  :: rayo {m}
spokesman {n} (one who speaks as the voice of a group of people)  :: portavoz, vocero {m}
spokesperson {n} (person who acts as the voice of a group of people)  :: portavoz {m} {f}
spoliation {n} (plundering)  :: despojo {m}, expoliación
spondee {n} (word of two syllables)  :: espondeo {m}
spondyle {n} (joint of the backbone) SEE: vertebra  ::
spondylosis {n} (degenerative disease)  :: espondilosis {f}
sponge {n} (piece of porous material used for washing)  :: esponja {f}
sponge {n} (slang: person who takes advantage of the generosity of others)  :: cafiche {m}, gorrón {m}
sponge {n} /spʌndʒ/ (marine invertebrate)  :: esponja {f}
sponge {n} (sponge cake) SEE: sponge cake  ::
sponge {n} (sponge pudding) SEE: sponge pudding  ::
sponge {v} (to take advantage of others)  :: cafichear, gorronear
sponge cake {n} (type of cake)  :: bizcocho {m}
spongecake {n} (cake which has a firm yet well aerated structure) SEE: sponge cake  ::
sponger {n} (one who sponges)  :: cafiche {m}, gorrón {m}
spongy {adj} /ˈspʌndʒi/ (absorbent, squishy, porous)  :: fofo {m}, esponjoso {m}
sponsor {n} (One that pays all or part of the cost of an event)  :: patrocinador {m}
sponsor {n} (person or organisation with responsibility (especially with a religious or financial aspect))  :: patrocinador {m}, patrocinadora {f}
sponsor {v} (to be a sponsor for)  :: patrocinar
spontaneity {n} /ˈspɒn.tǝ.neɪ.ǝ.ti/ (the quality of being spontaneous)  :: espontaneidad {f}
spontaneous {adj}  :: espontáneo
spontaneous {adj} (random) SEE: random  ::
spontaneous {adj} /spɑnˈteɪ.ni.əs/ (self generated; happening without any apparent external cause)  :: espontáneo
spontaneous generation {n} (abiogenesis)  :: generación espontánea {f}
spontaneously {adv} /spɑnˈteɪ.ni.ə (in a spontaneous manner)  :: espontáneamente
spoof {n} /spuːf/ (light parody)  :: parodia {f}
spook {v} /spuːk/ (To scare or frighten)  :: sobresaltar, asustar, espantar, aterrorizar
spook {v} (To startle or frighten an animal)  :: sobresaltar, asustar, espantar, aterrorizar
spool {n} (spindle)  :: carrete {m}
spoon {n} (measure that will fit into a spoon) SEE: spoonful  ::
spoon {n} /spuːn/ (scooped utensil for eating (or serving))  :: cuchara {f}
spoon {v} (sailing terminology)  :: cuchara
spoon {v} (to flirt)  :: besuquearse
spoon {v} (to serve using a spoon)  :: echar con una cuchara, servir con una cuchara, cucharear
spoonbill {n} (bird)  :: espátula {f}
spoonbill {n} (paddlefish) SEE: paddlefish  ::
spoon-feed {v} /ˈspunˌfid/ (to help somebody to eat using a spoon)  :: dar de comer con cuchara
spoon-feed {v} (to deliver information in as basic a manner as possible)  :: masticar
spoonful {n} (amount a spoon will hold)  :: cucharada {f}
spoon lure {n} (oblong, concave lure)  :: cucharilla {f}
sporadic {adj} /spəˈræɾɪk/ (rare and scattered in occurrence)  :: esporádico
sporange {n} /spəˈɹændʒ/ (sporangium) SEE: sporangium  ::
sporangium {n} (a case, capsule, or container in which spores are produced)  :: esporangio {m}
spore {n} /spɔɹ/ (reproductive particle)  :: espora {f}
sporophyte {n} (plant which produces spores by meiosis in order to produce gametophytes)  :: esporófito {m}
sport {n} (abnormal plant or animal)  :: espécimen raro {m}
sport {n} (amorous dalliance)  :: aventura {f}
sport {n} (person who exhibits either good or bad sportsmanship)  :: deportista {m} {f}
sport {n} /spɔɹt/ (any athletic activity that uses physical skills)  :: deporte {m}
sport {n} (toy)  :: juguete {m}, burla {f}
sport {v} (display, have as feature)  :: mostrar, llevar
sport {v} (mock or tease)  :: jugar, burlarse
sport acrobatics {n} (acrobatic gymnastics) SEE: acrobatic gymnastics  ::
sports car {n} (automobile designed for high speed)  :: automóvil deportivo {m}, coche deportivo {m}
sportsman {n} (male athlete)  :: deportista {m}
sportsmanship {n}  :: deportividad
sportswoman {n} (woman who engages in sports)  :: deportista {m} {f}
sportswriter {n} (journalist who specializes in sports) SEE: sports writer  ::
spot {n} (a round or irregular patch of a different color)  :: mancha {f}
spot {n} (location or area)  :: zona
spot {n}  :: paraje {m}
spot {n} (small amount)  :: poquito {m} / poquita {f}
spot {n} /spɑt/ (pimple, pustule)  :: grano {m}
spot {v} (see, pick out, notice or identify)  :: divisar, detectar, localizar, ubicar, avistar
spot-backed antshrike {n} (bird)  :: batará goteado
spotlight {n} (a bright lamp, especially one used to illuminate the center of attention on a stage)  :: reflector {m}
spotted {adj} (characterized by spots)  :: moteado {m}
spotted {adj} /ˈspɑɾɪ̈d/ (discoloured by spots; stained)  :: moteado {m}, manchado {m}
spotted dog {n} (Lycaon pictus) SEE: African hunting dog  ::
spotted dragonet {n} (Callionymus maculatus)  :: dragoncillo moteado
spot-winged antshrike {n} (Pygiptila stellaris, Thamnophilus stellaris)  :: batará estrellado
spouse {n} /spaʊs/ (husband or wife)  :: cónyuge {m} {f}, esposo {m}, esposa {f}, consorte {m} {f}
spouse {v} (to get married to) SEE: espouse  ::
spout {n} (a stream of liquid)  :: chorro {m}
spout {n} /spaʊt/ (a tube through which liquid is poured or discharged)  :: pico {m} [vessel]
spout {n} (the mixture of air and water thrown up from the blowhole of a whale)  :: chorro {m}
spout {v} (to gush forth in a stream)  :: chorrear
sprain {n} /spɹeɪn/ (act or result of spraining)  :: torcedura {f}
sprain {v} (to weaken a joint, ligament, or muscle)  :: torcer
sprat {n} /spɹæt/ (any of various small marine fish in the genus Sprattus.)  :: espadín {m}
Spratly Islands {prop} (islands)  :: islas Spratly {f-p}
sprawl {n} (haphazard growth)  :: desparramo {m}
sprawl {v} /spɹɔl/ (to sit with limbs spread out)  :: despatarrar
spray {n} (small branch of flowers or berries)  :: ramito {m}
spray {n} /spɹeɪ/ (fine, gentle, disperse mist of liquid)  :: spray {m}, aerosol {m}, difusión {f}
spray {v} (to project a liquid in a disperse manner)  :: atomizar, difundir, pulverizar
spray can {n} (pressurized canister) SEE: aerosol can  ::
spray gun {n} (paint sprayer)  :: soplete {m}
sprayhood {n} (companionway cover) SEE: dodger  ::
spread {v}  :: extender, desplegar
spread {v} /spɹɛd/ (to stretch out, expand)  :: extender
spread {v} (to disperse, scatter)  :: dispersar
spread {v} (to smear, distribute in a thin layer)  :: esparcir
spread {v} ((transitive) to disseminate, make known or present)  :: diseminar, difundir, divulgar, esparcir
spread like wildfire {v} (spread like wildfire)  :: correr como la pólvora
sprig {n} (small shoot or twig)  :: ramita {f}
sprightly {adj} (full of life and vigor)  :: vigoroso
spring {n} (device made of flexible material)  :: resorte {m}, muelle {m}
spring {n} (erection of the penis) SEE: erection  ::
spring {n} (first season)  :: primavera {f}
spring {n} (nautical: rope to prevent surging)  :: esprín {m}
spring {n} (source of an action or a supply)  :: origen {m}
spring {n} (water source)  :: fuente {f}, manantial {m}
spring {v} /spɹiːŋ/ (to jump or leap)  :: saltar
springboard {n} (figuratively: anything that launches or provides impulse)  :: trampolín {m}
springboard {n} (flexible diving board)  :: trampolín {m}
springboard {n} (platform on springs used in gymnastics)  :: trampolín {m}
spring equinox {n} (vernal equinox) SEE: vernal equinox  ::
springer {n} (springbok) SEE: springbok  ::
springer {n} (springer spaniel) SEE: springer spaniel  ::
springer {n} (springing cow) SEE: springing cow  ::
springer {n} (spring salmon) SEE: spring salmon  ::
spring onion {n} (Allium fistulosum)  :: cebolleta {f}
spring onion {n}  :: cebolleta {f}, cebollino {m}
spring roll {n} (egg roll) SEE: egg roll  ::
spring to life {v} (start to exist)  :: nacer
springwater {n} (water originating from a spring)  :: agua de manantial {f}, agua manantial {f}
sprinkle {v}  :: rociar, salpicar, espolvorear
sprinkler {n} /ˈspɹiŋklɚ/ (irrigation device)  :: aspersor {m}
sprint {v} (To run etc at top speed for a short period)  :: esprintar
sprite {n}  :: duendecillo {m}
sprite {n} /spraɪt/ (the green woodpecker, or yaffle) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
sprout {n} (Brussels sprout) SEE: Brussels sprout  ::
sprout {n} (new growth on a plant)  :: brote {m}, retoño {m}
sprout {v}  :: brotar
sprout {v} (to cause to grow from a seed)  :: brotar
sprout {v} (to grow, to germinate)  :: germinar
spruce {n} (tree from the genus Picea)  :: pícea {f}
spunk {n} (British slang, male ejaculate; semen)  :: leche {f}, [Spain] lefa {f}
spunk {n} /spʌŋk/ (courage; spirit; mettle; determination)  :: agallas {f-p}
spur {n} (An appendage or spike pointing rearward, near the foot, for instance that of a rooster)  :: espolón {m}
spur {n} (Any protruding part connected at one end)  :: conexión {f}, extensión {f}, prolongación {f}
spur {n} (Anything that inspires or motivates, as a spur does to a horse)  :: espuela {f}, acicate {m}; incentivo {m}
spur {n} (Roots)  :: alcurnia {f}
spur {n} /spɝ/ (A rigid implement, often roughly y-shaped, that is fixed to one's heel for purpose of prodding a horse)  :: espuela {f}
spur {v} (to prod)  :: espolear, espolonear, acicatear
spur {v} (to put spurs on)  :: poner (las) espuelas
spur {v} (to urge or encourage to action, or to a more vigorous pursuit of an object; to incite; to stimulate; to instigate; to impel; to drive)  :: espolear, incentivar, estimular, incitar, motivar, animar
spurdog {n} (spiny dogfish) SEE: spiny dogfish  ::
spurge {n} /spɝdʒ/ (any plant of the genus Euphorbia)  :: euforbio {m}
spurious {adj} /ˈspjʊ.ɹi.əs/ (false)  :: espurio, falso, mentira
spurn {v} /spɚn/ (to reject disdainfully)  :: desdeñar
spur on {v} (spur) SEE: spur  ::
sputnik {n} /ˈspʊtnɪk/ (a Soviet robotic space satellite)  :: sputnik {m}
sputum {n} (matter coughed up and expectorated from the mouth)  :: esputo {m}
spy {n} /spaɪ/ (person who secretly watches)  :: espía {m}, chivato {m}
spy {v} (to act as a spy)  :: espiar
spyglass {n} (binoculars) SEE: binoculars  ::
spyglass {n} (portable telescope)  :: catalejo
spying {n} (espionage) SEE: espionage  ::
spyware {n} (program)  :: programa espía {m}
Spy Wednesday {n} (Holy Wednesday) SEE: Holy Wednesday  ::
squab {n} (baby pigeon)  :: pichón {m}, palomino {m}
squabble {n} /ˈskwɑːbl/ (minor fight or argument)  :: disputilla {f}
squabble {v} (participate in a minor fight or argument)  :: repiquetear, discutir
squad {n} /ˈskwɑːd/ (people organized)  :: escuadra {f}, cuadrilla {f}, escuadrón {m}
squad {n} (sports team)  :: escuadra {f}, conjunto {m}, cuadro {m}
squad {n} (unit of tactical military personnel or police officers)  :: escuadrón {m}
squadron {n} (air force: tactical unit of at least two flights)  :: cuadrilla {f}
squadron {n}  :: escuadrón {m}
squadron {n} (navy: detachment of vessels)  :: escuadra {f}
squadron {n} /ˈskwɒd.ɹən/ (army: body of cavalry)  :: escuadrón {m}
squall {n} (squall line, multicell line or part of a squall line) SEE: squall line  ::
squall line {n} (line of thunderstorms)  :: frente de mal tiempo {m}
squalor {n} /ˈskwɑlɚ/ (squalidness)  :: miseria
squamous {adj} /ˈskweɪ.moʊs/ (scaly)  :: escamoso
squander {v} /ˈskwɑn.dɚ/ (to waste)  :: malbaratar, despilfarrar, derrochar, farrear
square {adj} (fair) SEE: fair  ::
square {adj} (forming a right angle)  :: perpendicular
square {adj} (shaped like a square)  :: cuadrado
square {adj} (socially conventional)  :: anticuado, cuadrado
square {adj} (used in the names of units)  :: cuadrado
square {n} (act quarrelling) SEE: quarrel  ::
square {n} (astrology) SEE: quadrate  ::
square {n} (cell in a grid)  :: casilla {f}
square {n} (mortarboard) SEE: mortarboard  ::
square {n} (open space in a town)  :: plaza {f}
square {n}  :: pie cuadrado {m} (100 sq.ft)
square {n} (second power)  :: cuadrado {m}
square {n} /skwɛɚ/ (type of polygon)  :: cuadro {m}, cuadrado {m}
square {n} (slang: socially conventional person)  :: cuadriculado {m}, anticuado {m}, carca {m}, carroza {m}, cabeza cuadrada {m} {f}, soso {m}, [Venezuela] zanahorio {m}
square {n} (square meal) SEE: square meal  ::
square {n} (the # symbol on a telephone)  :: almohadilla {f}
square {n} (tool)  :: escuadra {f}, cartabón {m} [45º]
square {v} (math: to multiply by itself)  :: elevar al cuadrado
square {v} (to adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle)  :: alinear
square {v} (to resolve, see also: resolve)  :: resolver, cuadrar
square {v} (to take opposing sides) SEE: quarrel  ::
square bracket {n} (symbol [ or ])  :: corchete {m}
square centimeter {n} (unit of area)  :: centímetro cuadrado, [symbol] cm2
squared {adj} (raised to the second power)  :: al cuadrado
square kilometer {n} (square kilometre) SEE: square kilometre  ::
square kilometre {n} (standard unit of area)  :: kilómetro cuadrado {m}
square matrix {n} (matrix having the same number of rows as columns)  :: matriz cuadrada {f}
square metre {n} (standard unit of area)  :: metro cuadrado {m}
square root {n} (number)  :: raíz cuadrada {f}
squaroid {n} (square-like shape)  :: cuadroide {m}
squash {n} (plant and its fruit of the genus Cucurbita)  :: zapallo {m}
squash {n} /skwɑʃ/ (The sport)  :: squash {m}
squash {n} (soft drink) SEE: cordial  ::
squash {v} (to beat or press into pulp or flat mass)  :: aplastamiento {m}, aplastar
squash {v} (to compress)  :: aplastamiento {m}, aplastar
squat {adj} /skwɑt/ (relatively short or low and thick or broad)  :: rechoncho [of a person]
squat {n} (building occupied without permission)  :: edificio ocupado, okupa
squat {n} (position assumed by bending deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet)  :: cuclillas {f-p}
squat {n} (weightlifting: exercise)  :: cuclilla {f}, sentadilla {f}
squat {v} (to bend at the knees)  :: agacharse, acuclillarse, acurrucarse
squat {v} (to occupy without permission)  :: ocupar, okupar
squat cage {n} (power rack) SEE: power rack  ::
squatter {n} /ˈskwɑːtəɹ/ (one occupying a place without permission)  :: okupa {m} {f}, [Mexico] paracaidista {m} {f}, [colloquial mexico] paracaidista {m} {f}
squawk {n} /skwɔːk/ (shrill noise)  :: graznido {m}, chillido {m}
squeak {n} /skwiːk/ (short, high-pitched sound)  :: rechinar
squeak {v} (emit sound)  :: rechinar
squeaky {adj} (producing a high-pitched sound or squeak)  :: chirriante
squeal {v} (to rat on someone)  :: chillar
squeamish {adj} /ˈskwiːmɪʃ/ (easily bothered or upset; tending to be nauseous or nervous)  :: remilgado, quisquilloso, aprensivo
squeegee {n} /ˈskwiːdʒiː/ (tool used for cleaning glass)  :: secador
squeegee mop {n} /ˈskwiːdʒiː/ (squeezable sponge mop)  :: fregona de esponja plegable
squeeze {n}  :: apretón
squeeze {n} (difficult position)  :: apuro {m}, crisis {f}
squeeze {v} /skwiːz/ (to apply pressure to from two or more sides at once)  :: (apply pressure to make liquid out) exprimir, apretar
squelch {v} /ˈskwɛltʃ/  :: chapotear
squib {n} /skwɪb/  :: cachinfín [Honduras], cachinflín [Honduras], canchinfín [Guatemala]
squid {n} /skwɪd/ (sea animal)  :: calamar {m}
squiffy {adj} /ˈskwɪf.i/ (slightly intoxicated)  :: achispado, piripí
squinch {n} (structure between walls to transition to circular)  :: trompa
squint {n} (hagioscope) SEE: hagioscope  ::
squint {n} (look of eyes which are turned in different directions, like in strabismus)  ::