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ta {interj} /tɑː/ (thanks) SEE: thanks  ::
tab {n} (cigarette) SEE: cigarette  ::
tab {n} (tablature) SEE: tablature  ::
tab {v} (navigational widget in a GUI)  :: pestaña {f}
tab {v} (restaurant bill)  :: cuenta {f}
tab {v} /tæb/ (small flap or strip of material attached to something)  :: lengüeta {f}
Tabasco {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Tabasco {m}
tabbouleh {n} (Middle Eastern salad)  :: tabule {m}
tabby {n} /ˈtæb.i/ (cat)  :: gato atigrado {m}
tabernacle {n} (small ornamented cupboard or box used for the sacrament of the Eucharist)  :: tabernáculo {m}
tabernacle {n} (sukkah)  :: tabernáculo {m}
tablature {n} /tæblətʃɜ/ (form of musical notation)  :: tablatura {f}
table {n} (collection of arithmetic calculations)  :: tablas {f-p}
table {n} (grid of data in rows and columns)  :: tabla {f}
table {n} /ˈteɪbəl/ (item of furniture)  :: mesa {f}
table {v}  :: posponer
table {v} (to propose for discussion)  :: traer a discusión
table {v} (to put on a table)  :: poner sobre la mesa
table {v} (to tabulate)  :: tabular
tableau {n} (a vivid scene arranged as in a painting)  :: retablo {m}, cuadro vivo {m}
tableau {n} /tæˈbloʊ/ (a picture)  :: cuadro
tablecloth {n} (a cloth used to cover and protect a table, especially for a dining table)  :: mantel {m}, mensario {m}
table football {n} (foosball) SEE: foosball  ::
table of contents {n} (organized list summarizing book or document)  :: tabla de contenidos {f}
table setting {n} (place setting) SEE: place setting  ::
table soccer {n} (foosball) SEE: foosball  ::
tablespoon {n} (a large spoon, used for eating food)  :: cuchara de sopa {f}, cuchara {f}
tablespoon {n} (a unit of measure)  :: cucharada {f}
tablespoonful {n} (measure of volume) SEE: tablespoon  ::
tablespoonful {n} (the amount contained in a tablespoon)  :: cucharada {f}
tablet {n} (graphics tablet) SEE: graphics tablet  ::
tablet {n} (pill) SEE: pill  ::
tablet {n} (slab of clay)  :: placa {f}
tablet {n} (tablet computer) SEE: tablet computer  ::
tablet computer {n} (a type of computer)  :: tableta {m}
table tennis {n} (game similar to tennis)  :: tenis de mesa {m}, ping-pong {m}
tableware {n} (cutlery, crockery and glassware)  :: vajilla {f}, cubertería {f}
tabloid {n} (A newspaper that favours stories of sensational nature)  :: tabloide {m}
taboo {adj} (excluded or forbidden from use, approach or mention)  :: tabú
taboo {n} (in Polynesia: something which may not be used)  :: tabú {m}
taboo {n} /təˈbuː/ (inhibition or ban)  :: tabú {m}
tabor {n} (small drum)  :: tamboril {m}
taboret {n} (a low stool)  :: taburete {m}
tabular {adj} (organized as a table or list)  :: tabular
tabulator {n} (person who tabulates)  :: tabulador {m}
tabun {n} (toxic nerve agent)  :: tabun {m}
tachistoscope {n}  :: taquistoscopio {m}
tachometer {n} (device for measuring rpm)  :: tacómetro {m}, cuentarrevoluciones
tachometer {n} (device for measuring velocity) SEE: speedometer  ::
tachycardia {n} /tæ.kɪˈkɑː(ɹ).di.ə/ (rapid resting heart rate)  :: taquicardia {f}
tachygraphy {n} (the art and practice of rapid writing)  :: taquigrafía {f}
tachyon {n}  :: taquión {m}
tacit {adj} /ˈtæsɪt/ (Done or made in silence; implied, but not expressed; silent)  :: tácito, implícito
tacitly {adv} (in a tacit manner)  :: tácitamente
taciturn {adj} /ˈtæsɪtɝn/ (untalkative, silent)  :: taciturno
taciturnity {n} (The state of being taciturn)  :: taciturnidad {f}
taciturnous {adj} (taciturn) SEE: taciturn  ::
Tacitus {prop} /ˈtæsɪtʊs/ (Roman cognomen)  :: Tácito {m}
tack {n} (course of action)  :: curso de acción {m}
tack {n} (hardtack) SEE: hardtack  ::
tack {n} (nautical: course or heading)  :: rumbo {m}, curso
tack {n} (nautical: distance between these maneuvers) SEE: board  ::
tack {n} /tæk/ (small nail)  :: tachuela {f}
tack {n} (thumbtack) SEE: thumbtack  ::
tack {v} (nautical: to turn the bow through the wind)  :: voltejear
tack {v} (to add onto, to tack one thing onto another)  :: agregar, añadir
tack {v} (to nail with tacks)  :: sujetar con tachuelas
tackle {n} (American football: defensive position) SEE: defensive tackle  ::
tackle {n} (American football: offensive position) SEE: offensive tackle  ::
tackle {n} (American football, rugby: play where a defender brings the ball carrier to the ground)  :: tacleada {f}, placaje {m}
tackle {n} (fishing: angling gear)  :: equipo {m}, aparejo {m}
tackle {n} (gadgetry) SEE: gadgetry  ::
tackle {n} /ˈtækəl/ (nautical: system of ropes and blocks)  :: aparejo {m}
tackle {v} (American football, rugby: to bring a ball carrier to the ground)  :: taclear
tackle {v} (sports: to attempt to take away a ball)  :: taclear
tackle {v} (to face or deal with)  :: afrontar, abordar, emprender
tacky {adj} (colloquial: in bad taste)  :: chopo [Dominican Republic], naco [Mexico]
tacky {adj} (gaudy, flashy, showy, garish)  :: de mal gusto
tacky {adj} /ˈtæki/ (colloquial: of low quality)  :: chopo [Dominican Republic], naco [Mexico], de mal gusto
tacky {adj} /ˈtæki/ (slightly sticky)  :: pegajoso {m}
taco {n} /ˈtɑkoʊ/ (Mexican snack food)  :: taco {m}
taconite {n} (flint-like iron ore)  :: taconita {f}
tact {n} (careful consideration in dealing with others to avoid giving offense)  :: tacto {m}
tactful {adj} (possessing tact)  :: discreto, diplomático, de mucho tacto
tactfully {adv} (in a tactful manner)  :: discretamente; con mucho tacto
tactic {n} /ˈtæktɪk/ (action to achieve some end)  :: táctica {f}
tactical {adj} (of or relating to tactics)  :: táctico, estratégico
tactician {n} /tækˈtɪʃən/ (person skilled in tactics)  :: estratega {m} {f}
tactics {n} (the employment of forces)  :: táctica {f}; estratégico {m}
tactile {adj} (of, or relating to the sense of touch)  :: táctil
tactile {adj} /ˈtæktaɪl/ (tangible)  :: táctil
tactility {n} (condition of being tactile)  :: tactilidad
tactless {adj} (without tact)  :: indiscreto; poco delicado
tactlessly {adv} (in a tactless manner)  :: rudamente; sin tacto
tad {n} /tæd/ (a little bit)  :: tanto {m}
tadpole {n} /ˈtædpoʊl/ (toad or frog larva)  :: renacuajo {m}, ranacuajo {m}
taekwondo {n} (a martial art)  :: taekwondo {m}
taffeta {n} (woven fabric)  :: tafetán {m}; tafeta {f}
taffy {n} /ˈtæ.fi/ (soft, chewy candy)  :: caramelo de melaza {m}; chicloso {m} [Mexico]
tag {n} (game)  :: pilla pilla, el pillarse {m}
tag {n} (short peptide sequence) SEE: short peptide sequence  ::
tag {n} (skin tag) SEE: skin tag  ::
tag {n} /tæɡ/ (small label)  :: etiqueta {f} marbete {m}
tag {v} (to label)  :: etiquetar
Tagalog {adj} (of or relating to the Tagalogs)  :: tagalo
Tagalog {prop} /tɑˈɡɑːlɑɡ/ (language)  :: tagalo {m}
tag along {v} (To accompany, join, or follow; to go with)  :: acompañar, ir con
tagatose {n} (ketohexose)  :: tagatosa {f}
tag on {v} (smartcard)  :: pasar, bipear
Tagus {prop} (Iberian river)  :: Tajo
tahini {n} /tɑː.ˈhiː.ni/ (sesame paste)  :: tahina
Tahiti {prop} /təˈhiːti/ (island)  :: Tahití
Taibei {prop} (Taipei) SEE: Taipei  ::
tai chi {n} /ˌtaɪˈtʃiː/ (form of martial art)  :: taichí {m}
Taichung {prop} (a large city in Taiwan)  :: Taichung
taiga {n} /ˈtaɪɡə/ (subarctic zone of coniferous forest)  :: taiga {f}
taikonaut {n} (Chinese astronaut)  :: taikonauta {m} {f}
tail {n} (tail-end of a creature)  :: nalgas {f}
tail {n} /teɪl/ (appendage of an animal)  :: cola {f}, rabo {m}
tail between one's legs {adv} (defeated; in a cowardly or miserable manner)  :: con la cola entre las piernas
tailboard {n} (tailgate) SEE: tailgate  ::
tailbone {n} /ˈteɪlˌboʊn/ (final fused vertebrae)  :: cóccix {m}, coxis {m}
tailcoat {n} /ˈteɪlkoʊt/ (formal evening jacket)  :: frac {m}
tailed {adj} (having a tail)  :: que tiene cola
tailgate {n} /ˈteɪlˌɡeɪt/ (hinged board or hatch at the rear of a vehicle)  :: puerta trasera {f}
tailgate {v} (drive dangerously close behind another vehicle)  :: chupar rueda, conducir pegado a, conducir muy cerca de otro vehículo, conducir sin distancia de seguridad
tailings {n} (waste that remains after the minerals have been extracted from an ore)  :: relave {m}
taillight {n} (rear mounted lights on a vehicle)  :: luz trasera {f}; calavera {f} [Mexico]
tailor {n} (Pomatomus saltatrix) SEE: bluefish  ::
tailor {n} /ˈteɪlɚ/ (person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing as profession)  :: sastre {m} {f}, modisto {m}, modista {m} {f}
tailor {v} (make, repair, or alter clothing)  :: confeccionar
tailor {v} (restrict something to particular need)  :: adaptar, entallar
tailored {adj} (adjusted by a tailor, fitted)  :: a medida, a órden
tailoring {n} (work of a tailor)  :: confección
tailpiece {n} (secures strings on a musical instrument)  :: cordal {m}
tailpipe {n} /ˈteɪlpaɪp/ (exhaust pipe)  :: tubo de escape {m}
tails {n} (side of coin)  :: seca {f}
tails {n} (tailcoat) SEE: tailcoat  ::
tailspin {n}  :: barrena {f}
tailwind {n} (a wind that blows in the same direction as the course of an aircraft or ship)  :: viento en popa {m}
Taimyr {prop} (a large peninsula in the Russian North)  :: península de Taymyr {f}, Taymyr {m}
Tainan {prop} (a city in Taiwan)  :: Tainan
Taino {prop} /ˈtaɪnoʊ/ (person)  :: taíno
taint {n} /teɪnt/ (contamination, decay or putrefaction, especially in food)  :: corrupción {f}, impureza {f}
taint {v} (To contaminate or corrupt something with an external agent, either physically or morally)  :: contaminar, corromper
Taipei {prop} (Taipei)  :: Taipéi {m}
Taishanese {adj} (Hoisanese) SEE: Hoisanese  ::
Taiwan {prop} (East Asian country)  :: Taiwán
Taiwanese {adj} /ˌtaɪwɑˈniːz/ (relating to Taiwan)  :: taiwanés
Taiwanese {n} (person from Taiwan)  :: taiwanés {m}, taiwanesa {f}
Taiwan Strait {prop} (the channel of water between mainland China and Taiwan)  :: estrecho de Taiwán {m}
Taiyuan {prop} (a prefecture-level city in northern China)  :: Taiyuan
Taizhong {prop} (Taichung) SEE: Taichung  ::
Tajik {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Tajikistan, the Tajik people or the Tajiki dialect)  :: tayiko {m}
Tajik {n} /ˈtɑːdʒɪk/ (person)  :: tayiko {m}
Tajik {prop} (language)  :: idioma tayiko {m}
Tajiki {prop} (dialect of Persian) SEE: Tajik  ::
Tajikistan {prop} (Republic of Tajikistan)  :: Tayikistán {m}
tajine {n} (Moroccan stew)  :: tajín
take {n} (act of taking)  :: tomar
take {n} (film: attempt to record a scene)  :: toma
take {n} (interpretation or view)  :: punto de vista
take {n} (profit)  :: recompensa
take {v} /teɪk/ (to grab with the hands)  :: tomar, coger, prender [obsolete]
take {v} (to carry)  :: llevar
take {v} (to choose)  :: tomar
take {v} (to endure)  :: soportar, aguantar
take {v} (to gain a position by force)  :: tomar
take {v} (to get into one's possession)  :: tomar
take {v} (to grab and move to oneself)  :: tomar
take {v} (to have sex with)  :: violar
take {v} (to ingest medicine)  :: tomar
take {v} (to last or expend [an amount of time])  :: durar
take {v} (to support or carry without failing or breaking)  :: soportar
take aback {v} (to surprise or shock)  :: agarrar en curva, sorprender, pasmar, asombrar, dejar pasmado, dejar estupefacto, agarrar de sorpresa
take a dump {v} (vulgar, slang: defecate)  :: plantar un pino
take advantage {v} (make use of something)  :: aprovecharse
take advantage {v} (profit from a situation)  :: aprovechar, aprovecharse
take advantage of {v} (exploit)  :: aprovecharse
take advantage of {v} (make use of)  :: aprovecharse, aprovechar
take after {v} (to resemble in appearance or habit)  :: parecerse a
take a hint {v} (to understand an indirect suggestion)  :: darse por aludido
take a look {v} (to examine or observe)  :: echar un vistazo, echar una mirada, echar una ojeada
take apart {v} (criticise) SEE: criticise  ::
take apart {v} (defeat) SEE: defeat  ::
take apart {v} (disassemble) SEE: disassemble  ::
take a picture {v} (capture an image)  :: hacer una fotografía
take a risk {v} (to do something risky)  :: arriesgarse
take away {v} (to remove something, either material or abstract, so that a person no longer has it)  :: quitar
take away {v} (to take away) SEE: remove  ::
take a wife {v} ((of a man) to marry a woman)  :: tomar mujer
take back {v} (retract an earlier statement)  :: retirar
take back {v} (take back) SEE: withdraw  ::
take back {v} (to return something to a vendor for a refund)  :: devolver, retrovender
take care {interj} (good-bye)  :: ten cuidado, cuídate
take care {v} (be cautious, careful)  :: tener cuidado
take care {v} (to be in charge of something)  :: hacerse cargo, cuidar
take care of {v} (deal with)  :: ocuparse de, encargarse de, cuidar de, tener a su cuidado
take care of {v} (kill)  :: encargarse de
take care of {v} (look after)  :: cuidar de
take down {v} (combat sports)  :: derribar
take down {v} (lower an item of clothing without removing it)  :: bajarse
take down {v} (remove a temporary structure such as scaffolding)  :: desmontar
take down {v} (remove something from a wall or similar vertical surface to which it is fixed)  :: descolgar
take down {v} (write a note, usually recording something that is said)  :: anotar, apuntar
takedown {n} (martial arts)  :: derribe {m}
take for granted {v} (assume something to be true without verification or proof)  :: dar por supuesto, dar por sentado, dar por hecho
take for granted {v} (give little attention to or to underestimate the value of)  :: dar por descontado, menospreciar
take-home {n} (examination or assignment to be completed outside the classroom)  :: deber {m}, tarea {f} [Chile, Cuba, Ven.]
take-home {n} (take-home pay) SEE: take-home pay  ::
take-home pay {n} (net earnings of a wage earner)  :: salario neto {m}
take ill {v} (to become ill) SEE: take sick  ::
take into account {v} (to consider or regard; to include)  :: tomar en cuenta
take it out on {v} (unleash one's anger)  :: desahogarse con
take its toll {v} (to affect negatively)  :: cobrarse el peaje
take no notice of {v} (to ignore)  :: no prestar atención
take notice {v} (to notice)  :: darse cuenta
take off {v} (to begin flight)  :: despegar
take off {v} (to imitate) SEE: imitate  ::
take off {v} (to quantify) SEE: quantify  ::
take off {v} (to remove)  :: quitarse
takeoff {n} (parody)  :: parodia {f}
takeoff {n} (start of flight)  :: despegue {m}
take on {v} (To attempt to fight or compete)  :: desafiar
take one's leave {v} (depart) SEE: depart  ::
take one's own life {v} (commit suicide) SEE: commit suicide  ::
take one's pick {v} (choose)  :: ¡escoja lo que quiera! {m} (lit. choose what you want)
take out {v} (to escort someone on a date)  :: sacar
take out {v} (to remove)  :: sacar
takeout {n} (Food purchased from a takeaway)  :: comida para llevar {f}
take over {v} (to adopt a further responsibility)  :: asumir
take over {v} (to appropriate without permission)  :: apropiar
take over {v} (to assume control)  :: usurpar
take over {v} (to relieve someone temporarily)  :: reemplazar
take part {v} (participate or join)  :: participar, tomar parte
take part {v} (share or partake)  :: tomar parte
take place {v} (to happen)  :: tener lugar
take pleasure {v} (to have enjoyment)  :: complacerse
take revenge {v} (to avenge; to get back at)  :: vindicar, vengar, vengarse, reivindicarse, reivindicar, desquitarse
take root {v} (to become established, to take hold)  :: radicar
take root {v} (to grow roots into soil)  :: radicar, echar raíces, arraigar
take sick {v} (become ill)  :: caer enfermo
take someone's word for it {v} (to believe what someone claims)  :: tomar la palabra
take the bull by the horns {v} (to deal directly with a matter; to confront a difficulty)  :: coger el toro por los cuernos
take the piss {v} (to mock or ridicule (transitive))  :: vacilar, tomar el pelo
take the reins {v} (to assume control)  :: tomar las riendas
take the wrong way {v} (to misunderstand) SEE: misunderstand  ::
take time {v} (to require a long period of time)  :: llevar tiempo
take to one's heels {v} (to flee or run away)  :: apretar los talones, salir en carrera
take up {v} (to accept (a proposal, offer, request, etc.) from)  :: aceptar
take up {v} (to address (an issue))  :: aceptar, participar
take up {v} (to begin doing (an activity) on a regular basis)  :: iniciarse en, dedicarse a
take up {v} (to occupy, to consume (space or time))  :: ocupar
take up {v} (to resume)  :: comenzar, empezar
take up {v} (to shorten by hemming)  :: coger a, agarar a
take up the gauntlet {v} (accept a challenge)  :: recoger el guante
takin {n} (goat-antelope)  :: takín {m}
taking it up the ass {n} (anal sex) SEE: anal sex  ::
talalgia {n} (pain in the ankle or heel)  :: talalgia {f}
talc {n} /tælk/ (soft mineral)  :: talco {m}
talcum {n} (powdered and perfumed talc for toilet use)  :: talco {m}
talcum powder {n} (perfumed talc)  :: talco {m}, polvos de talco {m-p}
tale {n} /ˈteɪl/ (type of story)  :: cuento {m}, historia {f}
talent {n} (marked ability or skill)  :: talento {m}
talent {n} /ˈtælənt/ (unit of weight and money)  :: talento {m}
talent {n} (talented person)  :: talento {m}
talented {adj} (endowed with talents)  :: talentoso {m}, talentosa {f}, dotado
talent scout {n} (person)  :: cazatalentos {m-f}
Taliban {n} (militia)  :: Talibán {m}
talisman {n} /ˈtæl.ɪsˌmæn/ (magical protective charms)  :: talismán {m}
talismanic {adj} /ˌtælɪzˈmænɪk/ (of, relating to, or like, a talisman)  :: talismánico
talk {n}  :: conversación {f}
talk {n} (lecture)  :: conferencia {f}
talk {n} (meeting, negotiation)  :: negociación {f}
talk {n} /tɔk/ (conversation)  :: conversación {f}
talk {v} (to communicate by speech)  :: hablar, conversar
talk {v} ((transitive) to discuss) SEE: discuss  ::
talk around {v} (persuade) SEE: persuade  ::
talkative {adj} /ˈtɑːkədɪv/ (tending to talk or speak freely or often)  :: hablador, conversador
talkativeness {n} (the state of being talkative)  :: locuacidad {f}
talking book {n} (audiobook) SEE: audiobook  ::
talk out of turn {v} (speak when not allowed to)  :: hablar fuera de tono
talk over {v} (discuss) SEE: discuss  ::
talk over {v} (persuade) SEE: persuade  ::
talk shop {v} (discuss one's work)  :: hablar de negocios
tall {adj} (of a building)  :: alto
tall {adj} /tɔl/ (of a person)  :: alto
Tallinn {prop} /ˈtɑːlɪn/ (Capital of Estonia)  :: Tallin
tallness {n} (quality of being tall)  :: altura {f}; estatura {f}
tallow {n} /tæləʊ/ (hard animal fat obtained)  :: sebo {m}
tall poppy syndrome {n} (tendency to disparage successful people)  :: síndrome de alta exposición {m}
tall tale {n} (a greatly exaggerated, fantastic story)  :: cuento chino {m}
tally {n} (any account or score kept by notches or marks)  :: marca {f}
tally {n} /ˈtæli/ (piece of wood with notches or scores)  :: cuenta {f}
tally {n} (tally shop) SEE: tally shop  ::
tally {v} (to count something)  :: contar
Talmud {prop} /ˈtɒlˌmuːd/ (collection of Jewish writings)  :: Talmud {m}
Talmudic {adj} /tɑlˈmʊdɪk/ (related to the Talmud)  :: talmúdico
talon {n} /ˈtælən/ (hooked claw)  :: garra {f}
talose {n} (2-epimer of galactose)  :: talosa {f}
talus {n} /ˈteɪləs/ (anklebone) SEE: anklebone  ::
tamada {n} (toastmaster)  :: tamada
tamale {n} (Mexican dish)  :: tamal {m}
Tamara {prop} /təmæɹə/ (female given name)  :: Tamara
tamaraw {n} (Bubalus mindorensis)  :: tamarao {m}
tamarind {n} /ˈtæməɹɪnd/ (tropical tree)  :: tamarindo {m}
Tamaulipas {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Tamaulipas {m}
tambour {n} (drum) SEE: drum  ::
tambourine {n} /ˌtæm.bəˈɹiːn/ (percussion instrument)  :: pandereta {f}, pandero {m}
Tambov {prop} (a city in Russia)  :: Tambov {m}
tame {adj} /teɪm/ (not wild)  :: domesticado, manso {m}
tame {v} (to make something tame)  :: amansar, domar
tameness {n} (state or quality of being tame)  :: insipidez {f}
tamer {n} (one who tames or subdues)  :: domador {m}, domadora {f}, amaestrador {m}
Tamil {adj} /ˈtæmɪl/ (of or pertaining to the Tamil people, culture, or language)  :: tamil
Tamil {n} (person)  :: tamil
Tamil {prop} (language)  :: tamil {m}
Tamilian {n} (a person of Tamil ethnicity) SEE: Tamil  ::
Tamil Nadu {prop} (state in southern India)  :: Tamil Nadu {m}
Tamil Tigers {prop} (guerrilla organization)  :: Tigres tamiles {m}
tamp {v}  :: apisonar
tamp {v} /tæmp/ (to pack down)  :: apisonar
tamper {v} /ˈtæm.pə(ɹ)/ (alter by making unauthorized changes)  :: alterar, manipular
tampon {n} /ˈtʰæmpʰɔn]/ (A plug of cotton or other absorbent material)  :: tampón {m}
tan {adj} (colour)  :: bronce {m}, tostado
tan {adj} (dark skin)  :: bronceado (por el sol) {m}, tostado
tan {n} (bark of tree)  :: corteza de roble; corteza tánica
tan {n} (darkening of skin)  :: bronceado {m}, tostado
tan {n} /tæn/ (colour)  :: bronce {m}, tostado
tan {v} (to become tan due to exposure to sun)  :: broncearse
tan {v} (to turn animal hide into leather)  :: curtir
tanager {n} /ˈtænədʒə(ɹ)/ (American passerine birds)  :: tángara {f}
Tanakh {prop} /tɑˈnɑx/ (body of Jewish scripture)  :: tanaj
tandem {n} /ˈtændəm/ (bicycle)  :: tándem {m}
tandoor {n} (cylindrical clay oven)  :: horno de barro
tang {n} (Ascophyllum nodosum) SEE: knotted wrack  ::
tang {n}  :: sabor fuerte; acidez {f}, sabor ácido; olor penetrante
tang {n} /tæŋ/ (tongue) SEE: tongue  ::
Tanganyika {prop} (lake)  :: Lago Tanganica
Tanganyika {prop} (territory, former country)  :: Tanganica {f}
Tang dynasty {prop} (Chinese dynasty)  :: dinastía Tang {f}
tangent {n} (in trigonometry)  :: tangente {f}
tangent {n} /ˈtæn.dʒənt/ (in geometry)  :: tangente {f}
tangential {adj} /tænˈdʒɛnt.ʃəl/ (referring to a tangent)  :: tangencial
tangentially {adv} (in a tangential manner or direction)  :: tangencialmente
tangent plane {n} (differential geometry)  :: 35
tangerine {adj} (colour)  :: anaranjado
tangerine {n} (colour)  :: naranja {m}
tangerine {n} /ˈtæn.dʒəˌɹin/ (fruit)  :: mandarina {f}
tangible {adj} /ˈtæn.dʒə.bl/ (touchable, palpable)  :: tangible
Tangiers {prop} (a port city in northern Morocco)  :: Tánger {m}
tanginess {n} (quality of being tangy)  :: agrura {f}
tangle {n} (tangled twisted mass)  :: maraña {f}
tangle {v} /ˈteɪŋ.ɡəl/ (to become mixed together or intertwined)  :: enmarañarse
tangle {v} (to mix together or intertwine)  :: enmarañar
tango {n} (letter T in ICAO spelling alphabet)  :: Tarragona, Teruel
tango {n} /ˈtæŋɡoʊ/ (ballroom dance)  :: tango {m}
tangram {n} /ˈtænˌɡɹæm/ (the Chinese puzzle)  :: tangram {m}
tangy {adj} /ˈtæŋiː/ (having a sharp, pungent flavor)  :: agrio
Tania {prop} (female given name)  :: Tania
tank {n} (military armoured fighting vehicle)  :: tanque {m}
tank {n} (tankful) SEE: tankful  ::
tank {n} /teɪŋk/ (closed container)  :: tanque {m}
tankard {n} (drinking vessel)  :: jarra {f}
tanked {adj} (drunk) SEE: drunk  ::
tanker {n} (tank truck)  :: camión cisterna {m}
tanker {n} (vessel)  :: buque cisterna {m} (tanker ship), camión cisterna {m} (tank truck), avión cisterna {m} (tanker plane)
tank top {n} (singlet) SEE: singlet  ::
tanned {adj} (having a suntan)  :: bronceado
tanner {n} /ˈtænɚ/ (person whose occupation is to tan)  :: curtidor {m}, curtidora {f}
tannery {n} /ˈtænəɹi/ (place where people tan hides to make leather)  :: curtiduría, tenería {f}
tannin {n} (tannic acid)  :: tanino {m}
tantalum {n} (A metallic chemical element with an atomic number of 73.)  :: tántalo {m}
tantamount {adj} /ˈtæn.təˌmaʊnt/ (equivalent in meaning or effect)  :: equivalente
tantrum {n} /ˈtæntɹəm/ (often childish display of bad temper)  :: rabieta {f}, berrinche {m}, pataleta {f}, cortón, corajina {f}, ataque de rabia {m}
Tanya {prop} (female given name) SEE: Tania  ::
Tanzania {prop} /ˌtænzəˈniːə/ (United Republic of Tanzania)  :: Tanzania {f}
Tanzanian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Tanzania and its people)  :: tanzano
Tanzanian {n} (a person from Tanzania or of Tanzanian descent)  :: tanzano, tanzana {f}
Taoism {n} (Chinese philosophy founded by Lao-tzu)  :: taoísmo {m}
Taoist {adj} (relating to Taoism)  :: taoísta {m} {f}
Taoist {n} (a follower of Taoism)  :: taoísta {m} {f}
Taos {prop} (pueblo)  :: Taos, San Gerónimo de los Taos, San Miguel, Brada , Valladolid , Tayberon , Tayberin
tap {n} (connection of a system to the main distribution)  :: derivación {f}
tap {n} (device to cut internal threads)  :: machuelo {m}
tap {n} (device to dispense liquid)  :: grifo {m}, llave {f} [Bolivia, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Venezuela], canilla {f} [Argentina, Northern Central Spain, Paraguay, Uruguay], paja {f} [Nicaragua], pluma {f} [Colombian Atlantic Coast]
tap {n} (hitting a touch-screen using a finger)  :: toque {m}
tap {n} /tæp/ (spigot)  :: tapón {m}, espiche {m}
tap {v} ((slang) to have sexual intercourse (with))  :: taper
tap {v} (to intercept communication)  :: intervenir, pinchar [colloquial], chuzar [Colombia, colloquial]
tap {v} (to submit)  :: palmear
tap {v} (to touch something, often repeatedly)  :: dar golpecitos
tape {n} /teɪ̯p/ (adhesive tape) SEE: adhesive tape  ::
tape {n} (video or audiocassette tape)  :: cinta {f}
tape {v} (to bind with adhesive tape)  :: atar
tape {v} (to record, particularly onto magnetic tape)  :: grabar
tape measure {n} (graduated ribbon for length measurement)  :: cinta métrica {f}
taper {v}  :: estrechar
taper {v} /ˈteɪpɚ/ (to make thinner or narrower at one end.)  :: adelgazar
taper {v} (to diminish gradually)  :: estrecharse
tape recorder {n} (an electromechanical device use to record and play back sound)  :: grabadora {f}
tapestry {n} /ˈtæpəstɹi/ (heavy woven cloth)  :: tapiz {m}
tapeworm {n} (parasitical worm of the class Cestoda)  :: tenia {f}, lombriz solitaria {f}, cestodo {m}, céstodo {m}
tapioca {n} /tæpiˈoʊkə/ (Starchy food from cassava)  :: tapioca
tapir {n} /ˈteɪpə/ (large odd-toed ungulate with a long prehensile upper lip of the family Tapiridae)  :: tapir {m}, anta {f} [Bolivia], anteburro {m} [Mexico], danta {f} [Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela], danto {m} [Honduras, Nicaragua], sachavaca {f} [Peru]
tap water {n} (water from a tap)  :: agua del grifo {f}
tar {n} (byproduct of tobacco smoke)  :: alquitrán {m}
tar {n} (coal tar)  :: alquitrán {m}
tar {n} /tɑɹ/ (substance)  :: alquitrán {m}
tar {v} (to coat with tar)  :: alquitranar
Tarantian {prop}  :: Tarantiense
Tarantino {n} (dialect of Sicilian)  :: tarentino {m}
Tarantino {n} (native or inhabitant of Taranto)  :: tarentino {m}, tarentina {f}
Taranto {prop} (city and province)  :: Tarento {f}
tarantula {n} /təˌɹænt͡ʃələ/ (true tarantula)  :: tarántula {f}
tarantula {n} (wolf spider)  :: tarántula {f}
tarboosh {n} /tɑːˈbuːʃ/ (fez) SEE: fez  ::
tardigrade {n} /ˈtɑɹdɪˌɡɹeɪd/ (water bear) SEE: water bear  ::
tare {n} /tɛɚ/ (the empty weight of a container)  :: tara {f}
tare {v} (to set a zero value on an instrument)  :: tarar
tare {v} (to take into account the weight of a container)  :: tarar
target {n} (goal or objective)  :: objetivo {m}
target {n} /ˈtɑɹɡɪt/ (butt or mark to shoot at)  :: blanco {m}
targeted killing {n} (intentional killing)  :: asesinato selectivo {m}
tariff {n} (a schedule of rates, fees or prices)  :: tarifa {f}
tariff {n} /ˈtæɹɪf/ (duties imposed)  :: tarifa {f}, arancel {m}
Tarim Basin {prop} (basin)  :: Cuenca del Tarim {f}
tarmac {n} (bituminous road surface)  :: asfalto {m}
tarn {n} /tɑː(ɹ)n/ (a small mountain lake)  :: laguna {f} (de montaña)
tarnish {v} (to oxidize or discolor due to oxidation)  :: oxidar
taro {n} (food from the taro plant)  :: taro {m}, [Colombia] tubérculo de achín {m}, [Costa Rica] ñampí {m}, [Spain's Canary Islands] ñame {m}, [Venezuela] ocumo chino {m}, [Colombia, Ecuador] papa china {f}, [Peru] pituca {f}, [Dominican Republic] yautía coco {f}
taro {n} /ˈtæɹəʊ/ (Colocasia esculenta)  :: taro {m}, [Colombia] achín {m}, [Costa Rica] ñampí {m}, [Spain's Canary Islands] ñame {m}, [Venezuela] ocumo chino {m}, [Colombia, Ecuador] papa china {f}, [Peru] pituca {f}, [Dominican Republic] yautía coco {f}
tarp {n} /tɑɹp/ (tarpaulin)  :: lona {f}
tarpaulin {n} /ˈtɑːɹpəlɪn/ (heavy, waterproof sheet of material)  :: lona alquitranada {f}, lona impermeable {f}, lona {f}
tarragon {n} /ˈtɛɹəɡɑn/ (perennial herb Artemisia dracunculus)  :: estragón {m}
tarragon {n} (the leaves of Artemisia dracunculus)  :: estragón {m}
Tarragona {prop} (A city and a port)  :: Tarragona {f}
Tarragona {prop} (A province of Catalonia)  :: Tarragona {f}
tarry {v} /ˈtæ.ɹi/ (delay or be tardy)  :: demorar
tar sand {n} (oil sand) SEE: oil sand  ::
tarsand {n} (tar sand) SEE: tar sand  ::
tarsier {n} (insectivorous primate)  :: tarsero {m}, tarsio {m}
Tarsus {prop} (city in modern Turkey)  :: Tarso
tart {adj} /tɑɹt/ (with sharp taste, sour)  :: ácido, amargo
tart {n} (pie, pastry)  :: tarta {f}, tartaleta {f}
tart {n} (woman with loose sexual morals)  :: guarra [Spain]
tartar {n} /ˈtɑɹ.tɚ/ (hard yellow deposit on the teeth) SEE: dental calculus  ::
tartaric acid {n} (white crystalline acid)  :: ácido tartárico {m}
tartness {n} (characteristic of being tart)  :: ácido, sinsabor, agudo
Tartu {prop} /ˈtɑɹtu/ (second-largest city in Estonia)  :: Tartu
Tarzan {prop} (fictional character)  :: Tarzán {m}
tashkil {n} (vocalization) SEE: vocalization  ::
task {n} (difficult or tedious undertaking)  :: incumbencia {f}
task {n} /tæsk/ (piece of work done as part of one’s duties)  :: tarea {f}, quehacer {m}
task {v} (assign a task to)  :: atarear
Tasmania {prop} (Australian state)  :: Tasmania
Tasmania {prop} (island comprising majority of state)  :: Tasmania
Tasmania {prop}  :: Tasmania
Tasmanian devil {n} (Sarcophilus harrisii)  :: diablo de Tasmania {m}, demonio de Tasmania {m}
Tasmanian tiger {n} (extinct carnivorous marsupial) SEE: Tasmanian wolf  ::
tassel {n} /ˈtæsəl/ (ball-shaped bunch of plaited or otherwise entangled threads)  :: borla {f}
taste {n} ((figuratively) a small amount of experience)  :: muestra {f}
taste {n}  :: gusto {m}
taste {n} (implicit set of preferences)  :: gusto {m}, gustos {m-p}
taste {n} /teɪst/ (one of the sensations produced by the tongue)  :: gusto
taste {v} (to sample the flavor of something)  :: gustar, probar, catar
tastebud {n} (a small organ on the tongue used for tasting)  :: papila gustativa {f}
tasteless {adj} (having no flavour)  :: insípido {m}, insaboro {m}
tasteless {adj} (lacking refinement)  :: vulgar {m} {f}, corriente {m} {f}
tastelessness {n} (quality, state, or characteristic of being tasteless)  :: insipidez {f}
tasting {n} (taking of a small amount of food or drink in order to taste it)  :: degustación {f}
tasty {adj}  :: sabroso {m}, sabrosa {f}
tasty {adj} /ˈteɪsti/ (having a pleasant or satisfying flavor) SEE: delicious  ::
tat {n} (slang: tattoo) SEE: tattoo  ::
tat {n} /tæt/ (vulgar tastelessness) SEE: sleaze  ::
ta ta {interj} /təˈtɑː/ (bye) SEE: bye  ::
tatami {n} (straw matting in Japanese houses)  :: tatami {m}
Tatar {prop} (language)  :: tártaro {m}
Tatarstan {prop} (Tatarstan, Russia)  :: Tartaristán {m}
tattered {adj} (ragged and torn)  :: andrajoso {m}
tattle {n} (tattletale) SEE: tattletale  ::
tattle {v} (to report others' wrongdoings or violations)  :: delatar
tattler {n} (one who tattles)  :: acusete
tattletale {n} (one who gossips)  :: chismoso, osicón
tattletale {n} (one who tattles)  :: osicón, cuentero, soplón, napias
tattoo {n} (military display or pageant)  :: parada {f}
tattoo {n} (signal)  :: retreta {f}
tattoo {n} /tæˈtu(ː)/ (an image made in the skin with ink and a needle)  :: tatuaje {m}
tattoo {v} (to apply a tattoo)  :: tatuar
tattoo artist {n} (tattoo artist)  :: tatuador {m}
tattoo gun {n} (tattoo machine) SEE: tattoo machine  ::
tattooist {n} (tattoo artist) SEE: tattoo artist  ::
tau {n} /taʊ/ (Greek letter)  :: tau {f}
tau {n} (tauon) SEE: tauon  ::
Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu {prop} (name of a hill in New Zealand)  :: Taumataguacatanguijangacoauauotamateaturipucacapiquimaungahoronucupocaiguenuaquitanataju {m}
taunt {n} (a scornful or mocking remark)  :: mofa
taunt {v} /tɔnt/ (to make fun of (someone); to goad into responding)  :: mofarse
taupe {adj} (of a dark brownish-gray colour)  :: pardo {m}
taupe {n} /toʊp/ (a dark brownish-gray colour)  :: talpa, pardo {m}
taurine {adj} /ˈtɔːɹaɪn/ (bull-like)  :: taurino {m}, taurina {f}
taurokathapsia {n} (bull-leaping)  :: taurocatapsia {f}
tauromachy {n} (bullfighting)  :: tauromaquia {f}
taurophobia {n}  :: torofobia
Taurus {prop} (astrological sign)  :: Tauro {m}
Taurus {prop} /ˈtɔːɹəs/ (constellation)  :: Tauro {m}
taut {adj} (containing only relevant parts, brief and controlled)  :: conciso {m}
taut {adj} (showing stress or anxiety)  :: tenso
taut {adj} /tɔːt/ (tight; under tension, as in a rope or bow string)  :: tenso, tirante
tautology {n} (expression that features tautology)  :: redundancia {f}, pleonasmo {m}, tautología {f} [rhetoric]
tautology {n} (in logic)  :: tautología {f}
tautology {n} /tɔˈtɒl.ə.d͡ʒi/ (uncountable: redundant use of words)  :: tautología {f}
tavern {n} /ˈtævɚn/ (bar)  :: taberna {f}
tawdry {adj} /ˈtɔːdɹi/ (gaudy)  :: hortera
tawny {adj} /ˈtɔːni/ (of a light brown to brownish orange colour)  :: pardo, beige
tawny owl {n} /ˈtɔːni aʊl/ (Strix aluco)  :: cárabo {m}
tax {n} /tæks/ (money paid to government)  :: impuesto {m}, tasa {f}
taxable income {n} (base upon which an income tax system imposes tax)  :: base imponible {f}
taxation {n} (particular system of taxing people or companies)  :: régimen fiscal
taxation {n} (revenue gained from taxes) SEE: tax revenue  ::
taxation {n} /tæksˈeɪ.ʃən/ (act of imposing taxes and the fact of being taxed)  :: tasación {f}
tax collector {n} (one who has the responsibility for collecting taxes)  :: recaudador de impuestos {m}
tax evasion {n} (illegal avoidance of tax)  :: evasión de impuestos {f}
tax haven {n} (country that levies low taxes on foreign businesses)  :: paraíso fiscal {m}
taxi {n} /ˈtæk.si/ (vehicle)  :: taxi {m}, taxímetro {m} [Uruguay], libre {m} [Venezuela, colloquial]
taxi {v} (move an aircraft)  :: carretear
taxidermy {n} /ˈtæksɪdɚmi/ (art of stuffing dead animals)  :: taxidermia {f}
taxi driver {n} (person who drives a taxicab)  :: taxista {m} {f}, taximetrista {m} {f} [Uruguay]
taximeter {n} (device in a taxicab that calculates the fare)  :: taxímetro {m}
taxine {n} (alkaloid extracted from yew trees)  :: taxina {f}
taxi rank {n} (taxi stand) SEE: taxi stand  ::
taxonomy {n} /tækˈsɑːnəmi/ (science of finding, describing, classifying and naming organisms)  :: taxonomía {f}
taxpayer {n} (a person who is subject to, liable for, or pays tax)  :: contribuyente de impuestos {m}
tax relief {n} (reduction in tax)  :: desgravación fiscal {m}
tax return {n} (report determining amount of taxation)  :: declaración de impuestos
tax stamp {n} (revenue stamp) SEE: revenue stamp  ::
tayberry {n} (cross between the blackberry and raspberry)  :: teyberi {f}, tayberry
Tayma {prop} (oasis)  :: Taima {f}, Teima {f}
Tbilisi {prop} /t(ə)ˈbi.lə.si/ (the capital city of Georgia (the country))  :: Tiflis
T-bone steak {n} (the beek steak)  :: filete T-bone {m}, T-bone {m}
Tchaikovsky {prop} /tʃaɪˈkɑvski/ (surname)  :: Chaikovski
tea {n} (cup of this drink)  :: taza de {f}
tea {n} (drink made from leaves of tea plant)  :: {m}
tea {n} (drink made from other plants)  :: [other plants] {m}
tea {n} (light afternoon meal)  :: merienda {f}, [Peru] lonche {m}, [Chile, Colombia] onces {m-p}
tea {n} (main evening meal) SEE: dinner  ::
tea {n} /tiː/ (dried leaves of tea plant)  :: hoja de té {f}
tea bag {v} (small porous bag holding tea) SEE: teabag  ::
teabag {n} (sachet of tea)  :: bolsita de té {f}
teabag {v} (lower testicles into or onto another person)  :: bajar los huevos
teaberry {n} (shrub Gaultheria procumbens and its berry)  :: gaulteria {f}, axocopaque {m}
tea ceremony {n} (detailed ritual in Japan or Asia for preparing, serving and drinking tea)  :: ceremonia del té {f}
teach {v} /titʃ/ (to pass on knowledge)  :: enseñar
teachable {adj} (capable of being taught)  :: enseñable
teacher {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger  ::
teacher {n} /ˈtit͡ʃɚ/ (person who teaches)  :: maestro {m}, maestra {f}, profesor {m}, profesora {f}, docente {m} {f}
teachercentric {adj} (focusing on teacher) SEE: teacher-centered  ::
teach grandma how to suck eggs {proverb} (don't teach an expert)  :: no intentes dar clases a tu maestro
teach grandma how to suck eggs {proverb} (teach an expert)  :: dar clases a tu maestro
teaching {n} (the profession of teaching)  :: enseñanza {f}, docencia {f}
teaching {n} /ˈtiːtʃɪŋ/ (something taught)  :: enseñanza {f}
teach someone a lesson {v} (punish (informal))  :: dar una lección
tea cosy {n} (cloth covering a teapot)  :: cubretetera {f}
teahouse {n} (a cafe that sells tea)  :: casa de té {f}, salón de té {m}
teak {n} /tiːk/ (timber)  :: teca {f}
teak {n} (tree)  :: teca {f}
teakettle {n} (a vessel for boiling water for tea)  :: tetera {f}
teal {adj} (colour)  :: azul petróleo
teal {n} (colour)  :: azul petróleo {m}
teal {n} (duck)  :: cerceta {f}, barraquete {m}
tea leaf {n} (leaf of the tea plant)  :: hoja de té {f}
tea leaf {n} (thief) SEE: thief  ::
team {n} (group of people)  :: equipo {m}, [of workers] cuadrilla {f}
team {n} /tiːm/ (set of draught animals)  :: tiro {m} [of horses], yunta {f} [of oxen]
teammate {n} /ˈtiːmˌmeɪt/ (one who is on the same team)  :: compañero {m}
team pursuit {n} (Cycling discipline)  :: persecución equipos {f}
team spirit {n} (camaraderie)  :: espíritu de equipo {m}
team sport {n} (sport competed between two teams each with two or more players)  :: deporte de equipo {m}
teamster {n} /ˈtim.stɚ/ (driver of oxen)  :: tayacán {m} [Hond.]
teamwork {n} (cooperative effort of a team)  :: trabajo en equipo {m}
tea oil {n} (oil contained in species of Camellia)  :: aceite de Camelia {m}
tea oil plant {n} (Camellia oleifera) SEE: tea oil camellia  ::
tea plant {n} (Camellia sinensis)  :: planta de té {f}
teapot {n} (vessel for tea)  :: tetera {f}
tear {n} /tɪə/ (drop of clear salty liquid from the eyes)  :: lágrima {f}
tear {v} (become torn)  :: desgarrarse
tear {v} (remove by tearing)  :: arrancar
tear {v} /tɛɚ/ (rend)  :: rasgar
tear {v} (to demolish; to tear down)  :: demoler
tearaway {n} /ˈtɛəɹəweɪ/ (impetuous and reckless person who is difficult to control; a hothead)  :: alborotador {m}, elemento {m} [Spain]
teardrop {n} (shape of a drop of liquid)  :: lagrima {f}
teardrop {n} /ˈtɪədɽɒp/ (single tear)  :: lágrima {f}
tear gas {n} /ˈtɪəɡæs/ (tear gas)  :: gas lacrimógeno {m}
tear gland {n} (lacrimal gland) SEE: lacrimal gland  ::
tearoom {n} (teahouse) SEE: teahouse  ::
tease {n} (stripper) SEE: stripper  ::
tease {v} /tiːz/ (to separate the fibers)  :: cardar, peinar
tease {v} (to comb)  :: peinar
tease {v} (to entice)  :: tentar, provocar, incitar
tease {v} (to poke fun at)  :: burlarse de, molestar, tomar el pelo, embromar
tease {v} (to provoke or disturb)  :: provocar, alborotar, embromar
teaser {n} (a short film or quote meant to draw an audience to a film or show)  :: avance
tea shop {n} (a shop where tea or coffee is served) SEE: teahouse  ::
teaspoon {n} /ˈtiˌspun/ (small spoon)  :: cucharilla {f}
teaspoon {n} (unit of measure)  :: cucharada de té {f}, cucharadita {f}
teaspoonful {n} (unit of capacity)  :: cucharadita
teat {n} (feeding bottle top)  :: chupete {m}
teat {n} /tiːt/ (projection of mammary gland)  :: pezón {m}
tea tree {n} (Camellia sinensis) SEE: tea plant  ::
tea tree {n} (Cordyline fruticosa) SEE: ti  ::
tea tree {n} (Kunzea ericoides) SEE: kanuka  ::
technetium {n} /tɛkˈni.ʃi.əm/ (chemical element)  :: tecnecio {m}
technical {adj} /ˈtɛk.nɪk.əl/ (pertaining to the useful or mechanic arts)  :: técnico {m}
technical {n} (pickup truck-based fighting vehicle)  :: artillado {m}
technical drawing {n} (act)  :: dibujo técnico {m}
technical drawing {n} (art)  :: dibujo técnico {m}
technical drawing {n} (depiction)  :: dibujo técnico {m}
technical foul {n} (basketball rules violation)  :: falta técnica {f}
technically {adv} (based on precise facts)  :: en realidad
technically {adv} (having certain skills)  :: técnicamente
technical term {n} (word that has a specific meaning within a specific field of expertise)  :: término técnico {m}
technician {n} /tekˈnɪʃən/ (occupation)  :: técnico {m}
technique {n} /tɛkˈniːk/ (practical aspects of a given art)  :: técnica {f}
techno {n} (style of music)  :: techno {m}
technocracy {n} /tɛkˈnɒkɹəsi/ (a system of governance where people who are skilled or proficient govern in their respective areas of expertise)  :: tecnocracia {f}
technological {adj} (of, relating to, or involving technology)  :: tecnológico {m}
technology {n} (a particular technological concept)  :: tecnología {f}
technology {n} (body of tools)  :: tecnología {f}
technology {n} /tɛkˈnɑlədʒi/ (the study of or a collection of techniques)  :: tecnología {f}
technosexual {n}  :: tecnosexual
tectonic {adj} ((geology) relating to large-scale movements)  :: tectónico
tectonic {adj} (relating to construction or architecture)  :: tectónico
tectonic plate {n} (large pieces of Earth's lithosphere)  :: placa tectónica {f}
tectosilicate {n} (mineral)  :: tectosilicato {m}
teddy bear {n} (a stuffed toy bear)  :: osito de peluche {m}
teddy bear {n} (lovable man)  :: papi chulo {m}, osito {m}
tedious {adj} /ˈti.di.əs/ (boring, monotonous)  :: tedioso, prolijo {m}
tediousness {n} (quality of being tedious)  :: prolijidad {f}
tedium {n} /ˈtiː.di.əm/ (boredom or tediousness; ennui)  :: tedio {m}
tee {n} /tiː/ (name of the letter T, t)  :: te {f}
teem {v} /tiːm/ (overflowing with)  :: rebosar de, hervir de, bullir, fervillar
teem {v} (to be prolific; to abound)  :: fruir
teem {v} (to bring forth young or to produce fruit)  :: fruir
teen {adj} /tiːn/ (teenager) SEE: teenager  ::
-teen {suffix} (to form numbers 13 - 19)  :: -ce [11 to 15], dieci- [16 to 19]
teenager {n} /ˈtiːn.ˌeɪ.dʒə(ɹ)/ (person aged between thirteen and nineteen)  :: adolescente
teepee {n} /ˈtiːpi/ (cone-shaped tent)  :: tipi {m}
teetan {n} (pipit) SEE: pipit  ::
teeter {v} (tilt back and forth on an edge)  :: titubear
teeter-totter {n} (seesaw)  :: balancín {m}
teetotal {adj} (abstinent from alcohol)  :: abstemio {m}
teetotal {adj} (opposed to the drinking of alcohol)  :: abstemio {m}
teetotal {adj} (total)  :: total {m}
teetotaler {n} /ˈtitoʊtəlɚ/ (person who completely abstains from alcohol.)  :: abstemio {m}, abstemia {f}
teetotaller {n} /ˈtitoʊtəlɚ/ (person who completely abstains from alcohol)  :: abstemio {m}, abstemia {f}
teff {n} (grain)  :: teff {m}
Tegucigalpa {prop} (capital of Honduras)  :: Tegucigalpa {f}
te-hee {n} (titter, snicker) SEE: titter  ::
te-hee {v} (titter, snicker) SEE: titter  ::
Teheran {prop} (Tehran) SEE: Tehran  ::
Tehran {prop} /ˈtɛ.ɹæn/ (capital of Iran)  :: Teherán {m}
Teide {prop} (mountain)  :: Teide {m}
tečka {n} /ˈtɛt͡ʃkə/ (tečka diacritic) SEE: dot  ::
tektite {n} (a glassy object formed from a meteor hitting the earth)  :: tectita
telamon {n} (male figure as pillar)  :: telamón {m}, atlante {m}
Tel Aviv {prop} /ˈtɛl.əˈviːv/ (city in Israel)  :: Tel Aviv {m}
tele- {prefix} (over a distance)  :: tele-
telecommuting {n} (practice of using telecommunications technology to work from a remote location)  :: teletrabajo {m}
teleconference {n} (telephone conference) SEE: telephone conference  ::
telegram {n} /ˈtɛləˌɡɹæm/ (message sent by telegraph)  :: telegrama {m}
telegram {v} (telegraph) SEE: telegraph  ::
telegraph {n} /ˈtɛl.ə.ɡɹæf/ (apparatus, or a process, for communicating)  :: telégrafo
telegraph {v} (to send a message by telegraph)  :: telegrafiar
telegraphic {adj} (of, or relating to the telegraph)  :: telegráfico
telegraphy {n} (communication by means of the telegraph)  :: telegrafía {f}
telekinesis {n} /ˌtɛləkɪˈniːsɪs/ (ability to move objects with the power of one's thoughts)  :: telequinesia {f}, telequinesis {f}
Telemachus {prop} /təˈlɛməkəs/ (the son of Odysseus)  :: Telémaco {m}
telemetry {n} (the science, and associated technology, of automatic recording)  :: telemetría {f}
telencephalon {n} /ˌtɛlənˈsɛfələn/ (the anterior part of the forebrain)  :: telencéfalo {m}
teleology {n} /ˈtɛl.iˌɒl.ə.dʒi/ (study of the purpose of occurrences)  :: teleología {m}
telepathic {adj} /ˌtɛlɪˈpæθɪk/ (of, relating to, or using telepathy)  :: telepático
telepathically {adv} (by means of telepathy)  :: telepáticamente
telepathy {n} /tɛˈlɛpəθi/ (communication by psychic means)  :: telepatía {f}
telephone {n} (Chinese whispers) SEE: Chinese whispers  ::
telephone {n} /ˈtɛləfoʊn/ (a device used for two-way talking with other people)  :: teléfono {m}
telephone {v} (to call someone)  :: telefonear, llamar por teléfono
telephone book {n} (telephone directory) SEE: telephone directory  ::
telephone booth {n} (a small enclosure housing a public telephone)  :: cabina telefónica {f}
telephone box {n} (telephone booth) SEE: telephone booth  ::
telephone card {n} (phonecard) SEE: phonecard  ::
telephone conference {n} (conference held by telephone)  :: conferencia telefónica {f}
telephone directory {n} (a listing of telephone subscribers)  :: directorio telefónico {m}
telephone exchange {n} (equipment)  :: central telefónica {f}
telephone exchange {n} (rooms)  :: central telefónica {f}
telephone kiosk {n} (telephone booth) SEE: telephone booth  ::
telephone number {n} (digits assigned to a telephone)  :: número de teléfono {m}
telephony {n} /təˈlɛf.ə.ni/ (act of sound transmission via the electromagnetic spectrum)  :: telefonía {f}
teleportation {n} (process of moving matter from one point to another)  :: teleportación, teletransporte
teleporter {n} /tɛlipɔː(ɹ)tə(ɹ)/ (truck-mounted lift) SEE: cherry picker  ::
telescope {n} /ˈtɛləˌskoʊp/ (optical instrument possessing magnification)  :: telescopio {m}
telescopic {adj} (of or relating to a telescope)  :: telescópico
Telescopium {prop} (small faint constellation of the southern winter sky)  :: Telescopium
teleshow {n} (television show) SEE: television show  ::
Telesphoros {prop} (Son of Asclepius)  :: Telesforo {m}
telestial {adj} /təˈlɛst͡ʃəl/ (of or pertaining to the lowest degree of glory)  :: telestial {m} {f}
teletsunami {n} /tɛlə-tsuˈnɑːmi/ (tsunami that travels 1000 kilometres)  :: teletsunami {m}
televise {v} (broadcast, or be broadcast, by television)  :: televisar
television {n} (device for receiving television signals)  :: televisor {m}, televisión {f}, tele {f}
television {n} (program broadcasting)  :: televisión {f}, tele {f}
television {n} /ˈtɛlɪˌvɪʒən/ (medium)  :: televisión {f}
television channel {n} (a specific radio frequency or band of frequencies used for transmitting television)  :: canal de televisión {m}
television program {n} (The content of an individual television broadcasting.)  :: programa de la televisión {m}
television series {n} (series) SEE: series  ::
television set {n} (television) SEE: television  ::
television show {n} (a live or recorded TV broadcast or program)  :: programa de televisión {m}
television station {n} (studio from where a television channel is broadcasted)  :: estación de televisión {f}
televisual {adj} (suitable for broadcasting on television)  :: televisual
televisual {adj} (telegenic)  :: televisual
televoting {n} (a form of advertising)  :: televoto {m}
telework {n} (telecommuting) SEE: telecommuting  ::
tell {v}  :: decir, contar
tell {v} /tɛl/ (narrate) SEE: narrate  ::
tell {v} (to instruct)  :: decir
tell {v} (to pass information)  :: decir, contar
teller {n} /ˈtɛləɹ/ (automated teller machine) SEE: automated teller machine  ::
tell it to Sweeney {phrase} (expression of disbelief) SEE: tell it to the marines  ::
tell it to the marines {phrase} (expression of disbelief)  :: a otro perro con ese hueso
tell off {v} (to rebuke)  :: reprender, amonestar
telltale {n} (nautical: compass in the cabin of a vessel) SEE: telltale compass  ::
telltale {n} (nautical: yarn that indicates relative direction of airflow)  :: grímpola {f}
telltale {n} (something that serves to reveal)  :: indicador {m}
telltale {n} (tattler) SEE: tattler  ::
tell the truth {phrase} (asserting frank honest of associated statement)  :: decir la verdad
Tellurian {n} (inhabitant of the earth) SEE: Earthling  ::
telluric {adj} (pertaining to the Earth)  :: telúrico
telluride {n} (sylvanite) SEE: sylvanite  ::
tellurium {n} (chemical element)  :: teluro {m}
telly {n} (Television)  :: tele {f}
telomerase {n} (enzyme in eukaryotic cells)  :: telomerasa {f}
telomere {n} /ˈteləmɪəɹ/ (either of the sequences of DNA at each end of a eukaryotic chromosome)  :: telómero {m}
telophase {n} (final stage of mitosis or meiosis)  :: telofase {f}
Telugu {n} (member of the people who speak it)  :: telugú
Telugu {prop} /ˈtɛl.ə.ɡuː/ (Dravidian language of India)  :: idioma telugú
Telychian {prop}  :: Telychiense
temblor {n} /tɛmˈblɔː/ (earthquake) SEE: earthquake  ::
temerity {n} /təˈmɛɹəti/ (reckless boldness)  :: temeridad {f}
tempeh {n} /ˈtɛmpeɪ/  :: tempeh {m}, soja fermentado {f}
temper {n} (heat treatment)  :: temple {m}
temper {n} /ˈtɛmpɚ/ (tendency to be of a certain type of mood)  :: temperamento {m}
temper {v} (to heat-treat)  :: templar
temper {v} (to moderate or control)  :: templar, temperar
temperament {n} (a tendency to become irritable or angry)  :: temperamento {m}
temperament {n} /ˈtempəɹəmənt/ (a person's normal manner of thinking, behaving or reacting)  :: temperamento {m}
temperance {n} (habitual moderation)  :: templanza {f}, temperancia
temperance {n} (moderation of passion)  :: templanza {f}, temperancia
temperance {n} (one of seven virtues)  :: templanza {f}, temperancia
temperance {n} (state with regard to heat or cold) SEE: temperature  ::
temperance {n} (Tarot card)  :: templanza, temperancia
temperate {adj} /ˈtɛmpəɹət/ (moderate; not excessive heat, climate)  :: templado
temperature {n} (elevated body temperature)  :: fiebre {f}
temperature {n} /ˈtɛmp(ə)ɹətʃə(ɹ)/ (a measure of cold or heat)  :: temperatura {f}
temperature {n} (The temperature of the immediate environment)  :: temperatura {f}
temperature coefficient {n} (physical coefficient)  :: coeficiente de temperatura {m}
tempest {n} (storm)  :: tempestad {f}, temporal {m}
tempest {v} (To storm)  :: tempestear
tempest in a teapot {n} (big fuss made in a small context)  :: tormenta en un vaso de agua
tempestuous {adj} (of or resembling a tempest; stormy)  :: tempestuoso {m}, tempestuosa {f}
Templar {n} (one of the Knights Templar)  :: templario {m}
template {n} (generic model)  :: patrón {m}
template {n} /ˈtɛmplət/ (physical object)  :: plantilla {f}
temple {n} (region of skull)  :: sien {f}
temple {n} /ˈtɛmp(ə)l/ (worship place)  :: templo {m}
Temple Mount {prop} (hill of Jerusalem)  :: Explanada de las Mezquitas {f}, Monte del Templo {m}
temple name {n} (posthumous title of a Chinese, Korean or Vietnamese emperor)  :: nombre de templo {m}
tempo {n} (music: number of beats per minute)  :: tempo {m}
tempo {n} /ˈtɛm.pəʊ/ (chess: a move)  :: tempo {m}
temporal {adj} /ˈtɛm.pəɹ.əl/ (of or relating to time)  :: temporal
temporal {n} (temples of the head)  :: temporal {m}, sienes {f-p}
temporal bone {n} (either of two compound bones at the sides of the skull)  :: hueso temporal {m}, temporal {m}
temporal lobe {n} (Division of cerebrum)  :: lóbulo temporal {m}
temporarily {adv}  :: temporalmente
temporary {adj} (for a limited time, ephemeral, not constant)  :: temporal
temporary tooth {n} (milk tooth) SEE: milk tooth  ::
temporoparietalis muscle {n} (muscle)  :: músculo temporoparietales {m}, temporoparietales {m}
tempt {v} /tɛmpt/ (to provoke someone to do wrong)  :: tentar
temptation {n} (condition of being tempted)  :: tentación {f}
temptation {n} (pressure applied to one's thinking)  :: tentación {f}
temptation {n} (something attractive, tempting or seductive)  :: tentación {f}
temptation {n} /tɛmpˈteɪʃən/ (act of tempting)  :: tentación {f}
temptation {n}  :: tentación {f}
tempura {n} /ˈtɛmpʊɹə/ (tempura)  :: tempura
tempus fugit {proverb} (time flies) SEE: time flies  ::
ten {num} /tɛn/ (the cardinal number occurring after 9 and before 11)  :: diez
tenable {adj} (of a defensive structure: capable of being defended)  :: defendible
tenable {adj} /ˈtɛn.ə.bəl/ (of a theory, argument etc: capable of being maintained or justified; well-founded)  :: sostenible
tenacious {adj} /təˈneɪʃəs/ (clinging to an object or surface; adhesive)  :: aferrado {m}
tenacious {adj} (unwilling to yield from a point of view etc; dogged)  :: tenaz {m} {f}
tenacity {n} /təˈnæs.ɪ.ti/  :: tenacidad {f}
tenant {n} (law: one who holds property)  :: propietario {m}, dueño {m}
tenant {n} (occupant)  :: habitante {m}, residente {m}
tenant {n} /ˈtɛ.nənt/ (one who pays a fee in return for the use of land, etc.)  :: inquilino, arrendatario {m}
tenant farmer {n} (a person who farms land rented from a landlord)  :: inquilino {m}
tench {n} /tɛnt͡ʃ/ (species of freshwater game fish)  :: tenca {f}
Ten Commandments {prop} (Moses' ten commandments)  :: Diez Mandamientos {m-p}, Diez Palabras {f-p}, Decálogo {m}, decálogo {m}
tend {v} /tɛnd/ (to make a tender of; to offer or tender)  :: ofrecer
tend {v} (to be probable or likely)  :: tender
tend {v} (to look after)  :: cuidar de, ver por, velar por
tendency {n} /ˈtɛndənsi/ (likelihood of behaving in a particular way)  :: tendencia {f}
tendentious {adj} (biased opinion)  :: tendencioso
tender {adj} (fond, loving, gentle, sweet)  :: tierno, cariñoso
tender {adj} (soft and easily chewed)  :: tierno
tender {adj} /ˈtɛn.dɚ/ (sensitive or painful)  :: tierno, dolorido
tender {n} (fuel-carrying railroad car)  :: vagón nodriza
tender {n} (law: an offer to buy or sell something)  :: propuesta {f}, oferta {f}
tender {n} (nautical: a boat used for transportation btw a ship and the shore)  :: esquife
tender {v} (formal: to offer, give)  :: ofrecer
tenderize {v} (make tender)  :: ablandar
tenderloin {n} (tenderest part of a loin of meat)  :: lomo {m}
tenderloin steak {n} (Any of several steaks cut from the tenderest part of the loin of beef)  :: bisté fino
tenderly {adv} (in a tender manner)  :: tiernamente
tenderness {n} /ˈtɛn.dɚ.nɪs/ (a tendency to express warm, compassionate feelings)  :: ternura {f}
tendinitis {n} /ˈtɛndn̩ˌaɪ.tɪs/ (inflammation of a tendon)  :: tendinitis {f}
tendon {n} /ˈtɛndən/ (tough band of inelastic fibrous tissue that connects a muscle with its bony attachment)  :: tendón {m}
tendonitis {n} (inflammation of the tendon) SEE: tendinitis  ::
tendovaginitis {n} (tenosynovitis) SEE: tenosynovitis  ::
tendril {n} /ˈtɛn.dɹəl/ (thin, spirally coiling stem)  :: zarcillo {m}
tenebrous {adj} /ˈtɛ.nə.bɹəs/ (dark and gloomy)  :: tenebroso
tenement {n} (a building that is rented to multiple tenants, especially a low-rent, run-down one)  :: casa de vecindad {f}, vecindad {f}, bloque de viviendas {m}, inquilinato, [Peru] solar {m}, conventillo {m}
Tenerife {prop} (one of the Canary Islands)  :: Tenerife {f}
tenet {n} (an opinion, belief or principle)  :: creencia {f}, principio {m}, dogma {m}
tenfold {adv} (by ten times as much)  :: decuplicar, decuplar
Tengmalm's owl {n} (species)  :: mochuelo boreal {m}, lechuza de Tengmalm {f}
ten million {num} (10,000,000)  :: diez millones
Tennessee {prop} /ˌtɛn.əˈsi/ (state)  :: Tennessee {m}
tennessine {n} /ˈtɛn.əˌsiːn/  :: teneso {m}
tennis {n} /ˈtɛ.nɪs/ (sport played by two or four players with strung racquets)  :: tenis {m}
tennis ball {n} (ball for tennis)  :: bola de tenis
tennis court {n} (surface on which tennis is played)  :: cancha de tenis {f}
tennis player {n} (a person who plays tennis)  :: tenista {m} {f}
Tenochtitlan {prop} /təˈnɔtʃtɪtˌlæn/ (capital of the Aztec empire)  :: Tenochtitlán
ten o'clock {n} (the start of the eleventh hour)  :: las diez
tenosynovitis {n} (inflammation)  :: tenosinovitis {f}
ten past {n} (ten past one)  :: uno y diez
tenpin bowling {n} (bowling) SEE: bowling  ::
tense {adj} (showing stress or strain)  :: tenso
tense {n} /tɛns/ (verb forms distinguishing time)  :: tiempo {m}, tiempo gramatical {m}
tenside {n} (surfactant) SEE: surfactant  ::
tensile {adj} (Capable of being stretched; ductile)  :: dúctil
tension {n} (state of an elastic object)  :: tensión {f}
tension {n} /ˈtɛnʃən/ (psychological state)  :: tensión {f}
tension {n} (voltage)  :: tensión {f}
tension {v} (to place in tension)  :: tensionar
tension wrench {n} (torsion wrench) SEE: torsion wrench  ::
tensorial {adj}  :: tensorial
tensor tympani {n} (muscle)  :: tensor del tímpano {m}, músculo tensor del tímpano {m}
tent {n} /tɛnt/ (portable lodge)  :: tienda {f}, toldo {m}, carpa {f}
tentacle {n} /ˈtɛntəkəl/ (elongated, boneless, flexible appendage)  :: tentáculo {m}
tentacular {adj} /tɛnˈtækjuːlə(ɹ)/ (resembling a tentacle or tentacles)  :: tentacular
tentative {adj} /ˈtɛntətɪv/ (of or pertaining to a trial or trials; essaying; experimental)  :: tentativo, provisional, experimental, de tanteo
tentative {adj} (uncertain)  :: provisional, provisorio, preliminar, indeciso, tentativo {m}
tenten {n} (dakuten) SEE: dakuten  ::
tenth {adj} /tɛnθ/ (ordinal form of ten)  :: décimo {m}, décima {f}
tenth {n} (a tenth; one of ten equal parts of a whole)  :: décimo {m}
tenth {n} (something in the tenth position)  :: décimo {m}, décima {f}
ten thousand {num} (10,000)  :: diez mil
ten to {n} (example: ten to two)  :: dos menos dies
tent peg {n} (a peg, driven into the ground, to hold a rope that supports a tent)  :: estaca {f}
tenuous {adj} /ˈtɛnjuːəs/ (thin in substance or consistency)  :: tenue
tenure {n} (a period of time possessed)  :: antigüedad
tenure {n}  :: arrendamiento {m}
tenure {n} /ˈtɛn.jɚ/ (a status of possessing a thing or an office)  :: tenencia
Teochew {prop} (city) SEE: Chaozhou  ::
Teotihuacan {prop} /ˈtɛ.ɔˌti.wɑˈkɑn/ (archeological site)  :: Teotihuacán
TEOTWAWKI {n} /ti.ɑt.wɑk.i]/ ((acronym) The end of the world as we know it)  :: el fin del mundo tal como lo conocemos
tepa {n} (tree)  :: tepa {f}
tepache {n} (alcoholic beverage)  :: tepache {m}
tepal {n} /ˈtiːp(ə)l/ (botany)  :: tépalo {m}
Tepelenë {prop} (town)  :: Tepelenë
tepetate {n} (soil type)  :: tepetate {m}, talpetate {m}, duripan {m}, hardpán {m}, cangagua {f}, moromoro {m}
tepid {adj} /ˈtɛpɪd/ (lukewarm)  :: tibio, templado
tepid {adj}  :: tibio
tepid {adj} (uninterested)  :: tibio, flojo, blandengue, lacio, indiferente
tepidness {n} (property of being tepid)  :: tibieza {f}
tequila {n} /ˌtəˈkiː.lə/ (liquor)  :: tequila {f}
tera- {prefix} /ˈtɛ.ɹə/ (SI prefix)  :: tera-
teramorphous {adj} (having the shape of a monster)  :: teramorfo
teraphim {n} /ˈtɛɹəfɪm/ (An idol or other image)  :: terafim {m}
terato- {prefix} (pertaining to birth defects and similar abnormalities)  :: terato-
teratogenetic {adj} (teratogenic) SEE: teratogenic  ::
teratogeny {n} (teratogenesis) SEE: teratogenesis  ::
terbium {n} (chemical element)  :: terbio {m}
terbium oxide {n} (oxide of terbium)  :: óxido de terbio {m}
tercentenary {n} (300th anniversary)  :: tricentenario {m}
tercet {n} (three-line stanza in a poem)  :: terceto {m}
terebinth {n} (a Mediterranean tree)  :: terebinto
Teresa {prop} /təˈɹiː.sə/ (female given name)  :: Teresa {f}
tergiversate {v} /tɝˈdʒɪvɝseɪt/  :: tergiversar
term {n} (one of the addends in a sum or in another mathematical operation)  :: término {m}
term {n} (part of a year)  :: trimestre {m}, cuatrimestre {m}, semestre {m}
term {n} (period of time, time limit)  :: plazo {m}
term {n} /tɝm/ (limitation, restriction or regulation)  :: términos {m-p}
term {n} (word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge)  :: término {m}
termes {n} /ˈtɜːmiːz/ (a termite) SEE: termite  ::
terminal {n} /ˈtɚmɪnəl/ (airport building)  :: terminal {m}
terminate {v} /ˈtɝmɪneɪt/ (to end incompletely)  :: terminar
terminate {v} (to kill)  :: acabar
termination {n} (An end in space; an edge or limit)  :: final {m}, terminación {f}
termination {n} (An end in time; a conclusion)  :: terminación {f}, final {m}, fin {m}
termination {n} (ending up of a polypeptid chain)  :: terminación {f}
termination {n}  :: terminación {f}
termination {n} (The last part (or morpheme) of a word, see also: suffix)  :: terminación {f}, desinencia {f}
termination {n} /tɚmɪˈneɪʃən/ (The process of terminating or the state of being terminated)  :: terminación {f}
terminology {n} (terms used in any business, art, etc)  :: terminología
terminology {n} /ˌtɚməˈnɑləd͡ʒi/ (doctrine of terms)  :: terminología
termite {n} /ˈtɜː(ɹ).maɪt/ (insect)  :: termes {m}, comején {m}, termita {f}
term of address {n} (word or phrase used to address or refer to someone)  :: término de tratamiento {m}
term of endearment {n} (word, phrase, or nickname expressing affection)  :: palabra de afecto {f}, palabra tierna {f}, palabra afectuosa {f}, palabra cariñosa {f}
terms and conditions {n} (legal restriction on use)  :: términos y condiciones
tern {n} /tɝn/ (bird of family Sternidae)  :: charrán {m}, fumarel {m}, gaviotín {m}
ternary {adj} (Mathematics: Having three variables)  :: ternario
Ternopol {prop} (Ternopil) SEE: Ternopil  ::
terpene {n}  :: terpeno {m}
Terra {prop} (the Planet Earth) SEE: Earth  ::
terrace {n} /ˈtɛɹəs/ (platform that extends outwards from a building)  :: terraza {f}, terrado {m}
terrace {v} (to provide with a terrace)  :: terraplenar
terraced house {n} (type of house) SEE: rowhouse  ::
Terracotta Army {prop} (the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses of the First Emperor of China)  :: Guerreros de terracota {m-p}
terra firma {n} /tɛɹəˈfɜːmə/ (land)  :: tierra firme {f}
terraforming {n} (planetary engineering)  :: terraformación {f}
terrain {n} (area)  :: terreno {m}
terramare {n} /ˌtɛɹəˈmɑːɹɪ/ (prehistoric settlements of the Po valley)  :: terramaras {f-p}
Terran {n} /ˈtɛ.ɹən/ (inhabitant of the Earth) SEE: Earthling  ::
terrapin {n} (North American turtle)  :: terrapene {f}
terraqueous {adj} (Comprising land and water)  :: terráqueo {m}
terrarium {n} (an enclosure where very small animals are displayed)  :: terrario {m}
Terrassa {prop} (city)  :: Tarrasa {f}
Terrestrial {n} (inhabitant of the Earth) SEE: Earthling  ::
terrible {adj} /ˈtɛ.ɹə.bl̩/ (dreadful; causing alarm or fear)  :: terrible
terrible {adj}  :: terrible
terrific {adj} /təˈɹɪfɪk/ (frighteningly good)  :: estupendo
terrify {v} /ˈtɛɹɪfaɪ/ (to frighten greatly; to fill with terror)  :: aterrar
territorial {adj} (of, relating to, or restricted to a specific geographic area, or territory)  :: territorial
territorial waters {n} (belt of coastal waters)  :: mar territorial {m}
territory {n} (administrative unit)  :: territorio {m}
territory {n} (area which an animal defends)  :: territorio {m}
territory {n} /ˈtɛɹɪˌtɔɹi/ (large tract of land)  :: territorio {m}
terror {n} (something causing fear)  :: terror {m}
terror {n} /ˈtɛɚ/ (extreme fear)  :: terror {m}
terrorism {n} /ˈtɛɹəɹɪzəm/ (use of terror as a means of coercion)  :: terrorismo {m}
terrorist {adj} (of or relating to terrorism)  :: terrorista
terrorist {n} /ˈtɛɹəɹɪst/ (person who uses terror as a weapon in a political struggle)  :: terrorista {m} {f}
terry {n} /ˈtɛɹi/ (terry cloth) SEE: terry cloth  ::
terrycloth {n} (cotton fabric) SEE: terry cloth  ::
terza rima {n} /ˌtɝtsə ˈɹimə/ (arrangement of triplets rhyming aba bcb cdc)  :: terceto encadenado {m}
tesla {n} /ˈtɛslə/ (Unit of measurement of magnetic flux density)  :: tesla {m}
tessellation {n} (polygon tessellation) SEE: polygon tessellation  ::
tesseract {n} (four-dimensional analogue of a cube)  :: teseracto {m}
test {n} (academics: examination)  :: examen {m}, test {m}
test {n} (product examination)  :: prueba {f}, test {m}
test {n} /tɛst/ (challenge, trial)  :: prueba {f}
test {v}  :: examinar, probar
test {v} (to challenge)  :: probar, testear
test {v} (to place a product or piece of equipment under everyday and/or extreme conditions)  :: examinar, probar, testear
testament {n} (credo) SEE: credo  ::
testament {n} /ˈtɛst.ə.mənt/ (part of the Bible)  :: testamento {m}
testamentary {adj} (of or pertaining to a will or testament)  :: testamentario
testicle {n} /ˈtɛstɪkəl/ (male sex gland)  :: testículo {m}, cojón {m} [vulgar], pelota {f} (vulgar, generally in plural +-s), huevo {m} (vulgar), bola {f} (vulgar, generally in plural +-s)
testicular {adj} /tɛsˈtɪkjələ/ (testicular)  :: testicular
testify {v} (to make a declaration, or give evidence, under oath)  :: testificar
testify {v} (to make a statement based on personal knowledge or faith)  :: atestiguar, aseverar
testimonial {n} (statement given under oath) SEE: testimony  ::
testimonial {n} (tribute of someone's service)  :: referencias {f-p}
testimony {n} /ˈtɛstɪmoʊni/ (statement in court)  :: testimonio {m}
testing {n} /ˈtɛstɪŋ/ (the act of conducting a test)  :: prueba
testosterone {n} /tɛsˈtɒstəˌɹoʊn/ (steroid hormone)  :: testosterona {f}
test pilot {n} (an aviator who tests new or modified aircraft)  :: piloto de prueba {m}
test tube {n} (glass tube)  :: tubo de ensayo {m}
test tube baby {n} (a baby who was conceived by in vitro fertilisation)  :: niño probeta {m}, niña probeta {f}
tetanus {n} /ˈtɛt̚nɨs/ (disease)  :: tétanos
tetchily {adv} /ˈtɛtʃ.ɪ.li/ (in an annoyed or irritated manner)  :: rabiosamente, enojadosamente, iracundosamente, impetuosamente
tether {v} (to restrict something with a tether)  :: amarrar, acordonar
Tethys {prop} /ˈtɛθɪs/ (moon of Saturn)  :: Tetis
tetragon {n} (rare: quadrilateral)  :: tetrágono {m}
Tetragrammaton {prop} (the four Hebrew letters יהוה used as the ineffable name of God)  :: tetragrámaton {m}
tetrahedron {n} /tɛtɹəˈhiːdɹən/ (polyhedron)  :: tetraedro {m}
tetrahydrocannabinol {n} /tɛtɹəhaɪdɹə(ʊ)ˈkænəbɪnɒl/ (THC)  :: tetrahidrocannabinol {m}
tetrahydropyran {n} (six-membered heterocyclic ether)  :: tetrahidropirano {m}
tetralogy {n} /tɛˈtɹælədʒi/ (A series of four related works)  :: tetralogía {f}
tetrameter {n} (a line in a poem having four metrical feet (poetry))  :: tetrámetro {m}
tetraplegic {n} (quadriplegic) SEE: quadriplegic  ::
tetrapod {n} (any vertebrate with four limbs) SEE: quadruped  ::
tetrarchy {n} (government by four people)  :: tetrarquía {f}
tetrasyllabic {adj} /ˌtɛ.tɹə.sɪˈlæ.bɪk/ (having four syllables)  :: tetrasílabo
Tetris {prop} /ˈtɛtɹɪs/ (game in which falling shapes must be manipulated)  :: Tetris
tetrose {n} (sugar containing four carbon atoms)  :: tetrosa {f}
tetroxide {n} (oxide containing four oxygen atoms)  :: tetróxido {m}
Tetum {prop} (language)  :: tetun
Teuton {n} (German)  :: teutón {m}, teutona {f}
Teuton {n} /ˈtu.tən/ (member of a Germanic tribe)  :: teutón {m}, teutona {f}
Teutonic Knights {prop} (order)  :: Orden Teutónica {m}
Texan {adj} /ˈtɛksən/ (of or pertaining to Texas)  :: texano, tejano
Texan {n} (an inhabitant or a resident of Texas)  :: texano {m}, tejano {m}
Texan tuxedo {n} (double denim) SEE: double denim  ::
Texas {prop} /ˈtɛk.səs/ (a state of the United States of America)  :: Texas, Tejas {m}
text {n} (a book, tome or other set of writings)  :: texto
text {n} (a brief written message transmitted between mobile phones)  :: mensaje de texto {m}
text {n} /tɛkst/ (a written passage)  :: texto {m}
text {v} (to send a text message to)  :: textear, mensajear
textbook {adj} (of or pertaining to textbooks or their styles)  :: libro
textbook {n} /ˈtɛkst.bʊk/ (formal manual of instruction)  :: libro de texto {m}, texto {m}
text box {n} (widget that accepts textual input)  :: casilla {f}
text editor {n} (something used to edit text in computers)  :: editor de texto {m}
texting {n}  :: textear, mandar texto, textar, escribir texto
textual {adj} /ˈtɛk.stju.əl/ (of or pertaining to text)  :: textual
textual criticism {n} (discipline for reconstructing old text forms)  :: crítica textual {f}
texture {n} /ˈtɛkstʃə(ɹ)/  :: textura {f}
TFT {initialism}  :: TFT
-th {suffix} /-θ/ (used to form the ordinal numeral)  :: -ero [1, 3, 11, 13, 21, 23, 31, 33, ...], -to [4, 5, 6, 14, 15, 16, 24, 25, 26, ...], -avo [8, 18, 28, ...], -imo [7, 10, 11, 12], -ésimo [20, 30, 40, 50, ... 100, ...]
Thaddaeus {prop} (male given name)  :: Tadeo
Thaddaeus {prop} (the Apostle)  :: Tadeo
Thai {adj} /taɪ/ (Of or pertaining to Thailand)  :: tailandés
Thai {n} (person from Thailand or of Thai origin)  :: tailandés {m}
Thai {prop} (language)  :: tailandés {m}
Thaification {n} (assimilation)  :: taificación {f}
Thailand {prop} /ˈtaɪ̯lænd/ (country in Southeast Asia)  :: Tailandia {f}
Thais {prop} (female given name)  :: Taís
thalamus {n} (anatomy: structure within forebrain)  :: tálamo {m}
thalamus {n} (botany:receptacle of a flower) SEE: receptacle  ::
thalamus {n} (thallus) SEE: thallus  ::
Thales {prop} /ˈθeɪliːz/ (philosopher)  :: Tales
thallium {n} (chemical element)  :: talio {m}
thalweg {n} /ˈtɑl.vɛɡ/ (line that connects the lowest points in a valley or river channel)  :: vaguada {f}
Thames {prop} /tɛmz/ (river through London)  :: Támesis {m}
than {prep} /ðæn/ (Introduces a comparison)  :: que
thanatology {n} /θanəˈtɒlədʒi/ (deathlore) SEE: deathlore  ::
thanatophobia {n} (fear of death)  :: tanatofobia {f}
Thanatos {n} /ˈθænəˌtɒs/ (Thanatos, the god of death)  :: Tánatos {m}
Thanetian {prop}  :: Thanetiense
thank {v}  :: agradecer
thank {v} /θæŋk/ (express gratitude or appreciation to someone)  :: agradecer
thankful {adj} (showing thanks)  :: agradecido
thankfulness {n} (state of showing thanks)  :: gratitud {f}, agradecimiento {m}
thank goodness {interj} (express gratitude)  :: ¡gracias a dios!
thankless {adj} (unappreciated)  :: ingrato {m}, despreciado {m}
thankless {adj} (ungrateful)  :: malagradecido {m}
thanks {interj} /θæŋks/ (used to express appreciation or gratitude)  :: gracias
thanks {n} (expression of gratitude)  :: gracias {f-p}
thanks {n} (grateful feelings)  :: agradecimiento
thanks a lot {interj} (emphatic thanks)  :: muchas gracias
thanks a lot {interj}  :: [when sarcastic] gracias un montón
thanks a million {phrase} (thanks a great many times)  :: un millón de gracias
thanks for nothing {interj} (unhappy for actual unhelpfulness)  :: gracias por nada
thanks for your help {phrase} (thanks for your help)  :: gracias por su ayuda, gracias por tu ayuda
thanksgiving {n} (expression of gratitude, see also: gratitude)  :: acción de gracias {f}
thanksgiving {n} (short prayer said at meals)  :: acción de gracias
Thanksgiving {prop} (Thanksgiving Day)  :: Día de Acción de Gracias {m}
Thanksgiving Day {n} (Thanksgiving) SEE: Thanksgiving  ::
thanks to {prep} (because of)  :: gracias a, merced a
thank you {interj} /ˈθæŋk juː/ (an expression of gratitude)  :: gracias, muchas gracias
thank you very much {phrase} (greater gratitude than "thank you")  :: muchas gracias, muchísimas gracias
that {conj} (connecting a clause indicating purpose ("final"))  :: para que
that {conj} /ˈðæt/ (connecting a noun clause)  :: que
that {determiner} (what is being indicated)  :: ese {m}, esa {f}, eso {n} [near], aquel {m}, aquella {f}, aquello {n}, [far]
that {pron} (that thing)  :: [near] ése {m}, ésa {f}, [far] aquél {m}, aquélla {f}
that {pron} (which)  :: que
that being said {conj} (that said) SEE: that said  ::
thatch {n} /θætʃ/ (Straw for covering roofs or stacks)  :: techo de paja {m}
Thatcherism {prop} (political ideology of Thatcher's governments)  :: thatcherismo {m}
Thatcherist {n} (proponent of Thatcherism) SEE: Thatcherite  ::
Thatcherite {n} /ˈθætʃəɹaɪt/ (advocate of Thatcherism)  :: thatcherista {m} {f}
that is {adv} (in other words)  :: es decir, o sea
that is to say {adv} (in other words) SEE: that is  ::
that'll be the day {phrase} (said in reply to something that one believes will never happen)  :: el día que la vaca vuele
that one {pron} (specified object)  :: ése {m}, aquél {m}, ésa {f}, aquélla {f}, ésos {m-p}, aquéllos {m-p}, ésas {f-p}, aquéllas {f-p}
that said {phrase} (however)  :: ahora bien
that's all {phrase} (that's all)  :: para de contar
that's a relief {phrase} (that's a relief)  :: ¡qué alivio!
that ship has sailed {phrase} (that opportunity is lost)  :: ese barco ya zarpó, se te fue el tren
that's it {phrase} (There is nothing more to the issue)  :: para de contar, ya está, eso es todo
that's it {phrase} (Yes!, exactly!)  :: eso es
that's life {phrase} (expression of acceptance of misfortune) SEE: such is life  ::
that's what she said {phrase} (retort)  :: eso fue lo que ella dijo
that was it {phrase}  :: eso fue todo
thaumaturge {n} (performer of thaumaturgy)  :: taumaturgo {m}, taumaturga {f}
thaw {n} (the melting of ice, snow or other congealed matter)  :: deshelar
thaw {v} (to cause frozen things to melt, soften, or dissolve)  :: descongelar, derretir
thaw {v} /θɔː/ (to melt, dissolve, or become fluid)  :: descongelar, derretir
the {article} /ði/ (article)  :: el {m}, la {f}, los {m-p}, las {f-p}, lo {n}
the {article} (stressed, indicating that the object in question is the only one worthy of attention)  :: el! {m}
the {article} (used as an alternative to a possessive pronoun before body parts)  :: el {m}, la {f}, los {m-p}, las {f-p}
the {article} (used with the name of a member of a class to refer to all things in that class)  :: el {m}, la {f}, los {m-p}, las {f-p}
the {article} (with an adjectival noun, as in “the hungry” to mean “hungry people”)  :: los {m-p}, las {f-p}
the {article} (with a superlative)  :: el {m}, la {f}, los {m-p}, las {f-p}, lo {n}
theater {n} (cinema) SEE: cinema  ::
theater {n} (drama or performance as a profession or artform)  :: teatro {m}
theater {n} (medicine: operating theatre) SEE: operating theatre  ::
theater {n} /ˈθi(ə)tɚ/ (place or building)  :: teatro {m}
theatre {n} /ˈθɪə.tɚ/ (theater) SEE: theater  ::
theatrical {adj} (fake and exaggerated)  :: teatral
theatrical {adj} /θiˈæt.ɹɪ.kəl/ (of or relating to the theatre)  :: teatral
Theban {adj} (pertaining to Thebes)  :: tebano
the bee's knees {n} (something excellent, outstanding)  :: la mamá de Tarzán (referring to people, Hispano America), lo más, la hostia (colloquial, Spain), la leche (colloquial, Spain), la polla (vulgar, Spain), la repera (colloquial, Spain), la neta (colloquial, Mexico), las perlas de la virgen (colloquial, Mexico)
the bends {n} (decompression sickness) SEE: decompression sickness  ::
Thebes {prop} /θibz/ (Any of two important cities in antiquity, either in Greece or Egypt.)  :: Tebas {f}
the bill, please {phrase} (the bill, please)  :: la cuenta, por favor
the coast is clear {phrase} (there is no danger)  :: no hay moros en la costa
the cowl does not make the monk {proverb} (superficial trappings)  :: el hábito no hace al monje
the die is cast {phrase} (the future is determined)  :: la suerte está echada
thee {pron} /ðiː/ (Objective case of 'thou')  :: te, ti
thee {pron} (thou) SEE: thou  ::
the early bird catches the worm {proverb} (be motivated so you can accomplish what you want, in the morning) SEE: the early bird gets the worm  ::
the early bird gets the worm {proverb} (whoever arrives first has the best chance of success)  :: a quien madruga, Dios le ayuda
The End {n} (end of a story)  :: fin {m}
the end justifies the means {proverb} (morally wrong actions are sometimes necessary)  :: el fin justifica los medios
the ends justify the means {proverb} (the end justifies the means) SEE: the end justifies the means  ::
theft {n} /θɛft/ (act of stealing property)  :: robo {m}, hurto {m}
the fuck {phrase} (vulgar: intensifier used after interrogative pronouns)  :: coño {m}
The Game {n} (mind game)  :: El Juego
the grass is always greener on the other side {proverb} (the others' circumstances seem more desirable)  :: la hierba siempre es más verde del otro lado, el pasto siempre es más verde del otro lado
The Hague {prop} /ðə ˈheɪɡ/ (Dutch city)  :: La Haya {f}
the icing on the cake {n} (something that intensifies the appreciation of something else)  :: la guinda del pastel {f} (the cherry on the cake)
their {determiner} /ðɛɚ/ (belonging to them (plural))  :: su {s}, sus {p}
theirs {pron} /ðɛɚz/ (that which belongs to them)  :: suyo {m}, suya {f}, suyos {m-p}, suyas {f-p}
theism {n} /ˈθiɪzəm/ (belief in existence of at least one deity)  :: teísmo {m}
theistic {adj} /θiˈɪstɪk/ (of or relating to theism)  :: teísta
thelytoky {n} /θəˈlɪt.ə.ki/ (form of parthenogenesis)  :: telitoquia {f}
them {pron} /ðɛm/  :: [direct object] les, a ellos {m} , [indirect object] a ellas {f} , ellos {m}, [after preposition] ellas {f}
the man {prop} (the best person for the job)  :: el hombre {m}
thematic {adj} /θɪˈmætɪk/ (relating to, or having a theme or a topic)  :: temático
theme {n} (grammar: stem of a word)  :: tema {m}
theme {n} (music: main melody of a piece of music)  :: tema {m}
theme {n} (recurring idea)  :: tema {m}
theme {n} (regional unit of organisation in the Byzantine empire)  :: thema {m}
theme {n} /θiːm/ (subject of a talk or an artistic piece)  :: tema {m}
theme song {n} (a song accompanying a program)  :: tema musical {m}
the more the merrier {proverb} (a greater amount of something is better)  :: cuanto más, mejor; cuantos más, mejor; mientras más, mejor
the more the merrier {proverb} (it is more fun with more people)  :: cuantos más, mejor; mientras más, mejor
themselves {pron} /ðɛmˈsɛlvz/ (the reflexive case of they, the third-person plural personal pronoun)  :: ellos mismos
themselves {pron}  :: ellos mismos
then {adj} (being so at that time)  :: entonces
then {adv} (at the same time; on the other hand)  :: también
then {adv} /ðɛn/ (at that time)  :: entonces
then {adv} (in that case)  :: entonces
then {adv} (next in order)  :: después
then {adv} (soon afterward)  :: luego
then {n} (that time)  :: entonces
thence {adv} /ðɛns/ (from there)  :: desde ahí
the night is young {phrase} (It's not very late)  :: la noche es joven
theocracy {n} (rule by God or gods)  :: teocracia {f}
theocracy {n} /θiːˈɒkɹəsɪ/ (government under the control of a Church)  :: teocracia {f}
theodicy {n} /θiːˈɒd.ɪ.si/ (a justification of a deity)  :: teodicea {f}
theodolite {n} (instrument)  :: teodolito {m}
Theodora {prop} (female given name)  :: Teodora
Theodore {prop} (male given name)  :: Teodoro {m}
Theodosia {prop} (Feodosiya) SEE: Feodosiya  ::
theogony {n} /θɪˈɑːɡənɪ/ (origination of gods or a narrative describing the origin of gods)  :: teogonía
theologian {n} /θi.əˈloʊdʒən/ (one who studies theology)  :: teólogo {m}
theologic {adj} (theological) SEE: theological  ::
theological {adj} (of or relating to theology)  :: teológico {m}
theologically {adv} (in a theological manner)  :: teológicamente
theologist {n} (theologian) SEE: theologian  ::
theology {n} /θi.ˈɒ.lə.dʒi/ (study of God, or a god, or gods)  :: teología {f}
the one {n} (particularly special or compatible person or thing)  :: el elegido {m}, la elegida {f}
theophany {n} /θiːˈɒfəni/ (a visible manifestation of a deity)  :: teofanía {f}
Theophilus {prop} (biblical character)  :: Teófilo {m}
Theophilus {prop} (male given name)  :: Teófilo {m}
theorbo {n} /θi.ˈɔɹ.boʊ/ (theorbo)  :: tiorba {f}
theorem {n} (mathematical statement that is expected to be true)  :: teoría {f}, conjetura {f}, suposición {f}, especulación {f},
theorem {n} /ˈθiɹəm/ (proved mathematical statement)  :: teorema {m}
theoretic {adj} (existing only in theory)  :: teórico
theoretic {adj} /ˌθiːəˈɹɛtɪk/ (concerned with theories or hypotheses)  :: teórico
theoretical {adj} /ˌθi.əˈɹɛtɪkl/ (of or relating to theory)  :: teórico
theoretically {adv} (in theory)  :: teóricamente, en teoría
theorist {n} /ˈθɪəɹɪst/ (someone who constructs theories)  :: teórico {m}, teórica {f}
theorization {n} (theorisation) SEE: theorisation  ::
theorize {v} (formulate theories)  :: teorizar
theory {n} (a field of study in mathematics)  :: teoría {f}
theory {n} (an unproven conjecture)  :: teoría {f}
theory {n} (in logic: a set of axioms and all statements derivable from them)  :: teoría {f}
theory {n} /ˈθɪəɹi/ (a coherent set of statements attempting to explain observed phenomena)  :: teoría {f}
theory of relativity {n} (generic term of special and general relativity)  :: teoría de la relatividad {f}
theosophic {adj} /ˌθi.əˈsɑ.fɪk/ (of, or relating to theosophy)  :: teosófico
theosophist {n} (an advocate of, or believer in theosophy)  :: teósofo {m}
theosophy {n} /θi.ˈɒs.ə.fi]/ (doctrine of religious philosophy and mysticism)  :: teosofía {f}
the other day {adv} (lately)  :: el otro día, recientemente
the other way around {adv} (same but with things reversed)  :: al revés
the other way round {adv} (same but with mentioned things reversed)  :: al revés
the pen is mightier than the sword {proverb} (more power can achieved writing than fighting)  :: la pluma es más poderosa que la espada
the penny drops {phrase} (understanding is reached, one comprehends)  :: cayó el veinte [literally "the twenty dropped"], cayó la ficha [literally "the token dropped"]
the proof of the pudding is in the eating {proverb} (the only real test of something is as what it is intended to be used for)  :: el algodón no engaña, en la cancha se ven los pingos, no sabes la calidad de algo hasta que lo has experimentado.
therapeutic {adj} /θɛɹəˈpjuːtɪk/ (of, or relating to therapy)  :: terapéutico
therapeutical {adj} (therapeutic) SEE: therapeutic  ::
therapist {n} (one who provides therapy)  :: terapeuta {m} {f}
therapy {n} (healing power)  :: terapia {f}
therapy {n} /ˈθɛɹ.ə.pi/ (treatment of disease)  :: terapia {f}
there {adv} /ðɛɚ/ (in or at that place)  :: allí, ahí, allá
there {adv} (to or into that place; thither)  :: por allí, hacia allá
there {n} (that place)  :: ahí, allí
there {pron}  :: no pronoun, but use the verb haber for "be" in this sense
thereabout {adv} (near that place, time, or date)  :: algo por ahí
there are {phrase}  :: hay [singular and plural]
there be {phrase} (to exist)  :: haber
thereby {adv} /ðɛɹˈbaɪ/ (by that)  :: así, de ese modo
therefor {adv} /ðɛəɹˈfɔɹ/ (therefore) SEE: therefore  ::
therefore {adv} (consequently; by consequence)  :: por eso
therefore {adv} /ˈðɛəɹfɔɹ/ (for that or this reason; for that)  :: por eso
therefore {adv}  :: por consiguiente, por lo tanto, por eso
there is {phrase} (third-person singular simple present indicative form of there be)  :: hay [singular and plural]
there is an exception to every rule {proverb} (every rule has an exception)  :: no hay regla sin excepción
there is nothing new under the sun {proverb} (there is nothing new)  :: no hay nada nuevo bajo el sol
theremin {n} /ˈθɛɐ.ɹəˌmɪn/ (electronic musical instrument)  :: theremín {m}
thereof {adv} /ðɛˈɹʌv/ (of this, that or it)  :: de esta, de esto
Theresa {prop} (female given name) SEE: Teresa  ::
there's been an accident {phrase} (there's been an accident)  :: ha habido un accidente
there's many a slip twixt cup and lip {proverb} (in any situation something can always go wrong)  :: de la mano a la boca desaparece la sopa
there's no accounting for taste {proverb} (people's tastes differ)  :: para gustos hay colores
there's no fool like an old fool {proverb} (no wisdom with age)  :: la cabeza blanca y el seso por venir
there's no place like home {proverb} (one feels most comfortable at home)  :: mi casa y mi hogar cien doblas val
thereupon {adv} (following that)  :: entonces
there you go {phrase} (here you are) SEE: here you are  ::
thermal {adj} (caused, brought about by heat)  :: térmico
thermal {adj} (providing efficient insulation so as to keep the body warm)  :: termal
thermal {adj} /ˈθɝməl/ (pertaining to heat or temperature)  :: termal
thermal conductivity {n} (measure of the ability to conduct heat)  :: conductividad térmica {f}
thermal imaging {n} (thermography) SEE: thermography  ::
thermalism {n} (therapeutic use of hot-water springs)  :: termalismo {m}
thermal paste {n} (thermal grease) SEE: thermal grease  ::
thermal radiation {n} (electromagnetic radiation emitted from a body)  :: radiación térmica {f}
thermal spring {n} (hot spring) SEE: hot spring  ::
thermal underwear {n} (long underwear) SEE: long underwear  ::
thermic {adj} /ˈθɜː(ɹ)mɪk/ (related to heat)  :: térmico
Thermidor {prop} /ˈθɝmədɔɹ/ (the eleventh month of the French Republican Calendar)  :: termidor {m}
thermionic {adj} (concerning the emission of electrons from a heated electrode)  :: termoiónico
thermistor {n} (resistor)  :: termistor {m}
thermite {n} /ˈθɜː(ɹ).maɪt/ (mixture of aluminum and ferric oxide)  :: termita {f}
thermo- {prefix} (heat)  :: termo-
thermochemistry {n} (the study of the thermodynamics of chemical reactions)  :: termoquímica {f}
thermocouple {n} (a transducer consisting of two different metals welded together at each end)  :: termocupla {f}
thermodynamic {adj} (relating to the conversion of heat)  :: termodinámico
thermodynamic {adj} (relating to thermodynamics)  :: termodinámico
thermodynamics {n} (science of heat-energy conversion)  :: termodinámica {f}
thermoelectric {adj} (of, pertaining to, or exhibiting thermoelectricity)  :: termoeléctrico
thermoelectricity {n} (physics: direct conversion of heat into electricity)  :: termoelectricidad {f}
thermogram {n} (image produced with thermography)  :: termografía {f}
thermography {n} (practice of creating images produced by infrared radiation)  :: termografía {f}
thermojet {n} (motorjet) SEE: motorjet  ::
thermometer {n} /θɚˈmɑmɪtɚ/ (apparatus used to measure temperature)  :: termómetro {m}
thermonuclear {adj} (of, or relating to the fusion of atomic nuclei at high temperatures)  :: termonuclear
thermonuclear weapon {n} (weapon)  :: bomba termonuclear {f}
thermoplastic {adj} (softening when heated)  :: termoplástico
thermoplastic {n} (plastic with this property)  :: termoplástico {m}
Thermopylae {prop} /θəɹˈmɒpɨliː/ (narrow pass in eastern Greece)  :: Termópilas {f-p}
thermos {n} (vacuum flask)  :: termo {m}
thermosphere {n} (layer of the Earth's atmosphere)  :: termosfera {f}
thermostat {n} /ˈθɝməstæt/ (device which maintains the desired temperature)  :: termostato {m}
thermotherapy {n} (the use of heat to treat disease)  :: termoterapia {f}
the road to hell is paved with good intentions {proverb} (well-intended acts can lead to disasters)  :: el infierno está lleno de buenas intenciones, el camino al infierno está empedrado de buenas intenciones
thesaurus {n} /θɪˈsɔːɹəs/ (book of synonyms)  :: diccionario de sinónimos {m}
these {determiner} /ðiːz/ (plural of this)  :: estos {m}, estas {f}
these {pron} (plural of this)  :: éstos
these days {adv} (currently)  :: hogaño
Theseus {prop} (hero)  :: Teseo
the shoemaker's children go barefoot {proverb} (one often neglects those closest to oneself)  :: en casa del herrero, cuchillo de palo, en casa de herrero, cuchillo de palo (in a blacksmith's house the skewer is made of wood)
thesis {n} (written essay submitted for a university degree)  :: tesis doctoral {f}
thesis {n} /ˈθiːsɪs/ (statement supported by arguments)  :: tesis {f}
thesis defense {n} (final step in earinng a doctorate)  :: defensa doctoral {f}
the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak {proverb} (achieving something is made impossible by frailty)  :: el espíritu está presto, mas la carne enferma
Thessalonians {prop} (books of the Bible)  :: Tesalonicenses
Thessaloniki {prop} (city in Greece)  :: Salónica {f}
Thessaly {prop} /ˈθesəli/ (region of Greece)  :: Tesalia {f}
the straw that broke the camel's back {n} (The small additional burden which causes failure)  :: la gota que colmó el vaso, ser la gota que colma el vaso
theta {n} /ˈθeɪtə/ (Greek letter)  :: zeta {f}, theta {f}, tita {f}
theta wave {n} (electrical activity in the brain)  :: onda theta {f}
the thing is {phrase} (introduce main point)  :: es que
Thetis {prop} /ˈθɛtɪs/ (the mother of Achilles)  :: Tetis {f}
the whole while {n} (always)  :: todo el tiempo
the world is one's oyster {proverb} (all opportunities are open to someone)  :: el mundo es tuyo, te vas a comer el mundo {m}
the world is one's oyster {proverb}  :: el mundo es tuyo, te vas a comer el mundo
they {pron} /ðeɪ/ (third-person plural pronoun)  :: ellos {m}, ellas {f}
they {pron} (one, people, some people)  :: se, uno {m}, una {f}
they {pron} (third-person singular, of unknown or irrelevant gender)  :: se [reflexive]
thick {adj} (having a viscous consistency)  :: espeso
thick {adj} /θɪk/ (relatively great in extent from one surface to another)  :: grueso, espeso
thick as thieves {adj} (intimate, close-knit)  :: como uña y mugre
thicken {v} /ˈθɪkən/ ((transitive) to make more viscous)  :: espesar
thickening {n} (a substance, usually a source of starch, used to thicken a sauce)  :: espesante {m}
thickening {n} (the process of making something, or becoming, thick or viscous)  :: espesamiento {m}
thicket {n} (copse)  :: matorral
thickness {n} (informal: property of being stupid)  :: torpeza {f}
thickness {n} (measure)  :: grosor {m}
thickness {n} (property of being thick in dimension)  :: grosor {m}
thick-skinned {adj} (insensitive)  :: insensible
thief {n} /θiːf/ (one who carries out theft)  :: ladrón {m}
thieve {v} /θiːv/ (commit theft)  :: robar
thigh {n} /θaɪ/ (upper leg)  :: muslo {m}
thighbone {n} (femur)  :: fémur {m}
thimble {n} /ˈθɪmbəl/ (a protective cap for the finger)  :: dedal {m}, dedo {m}
thimblerig {n} (Person operating such a game)  :: trilero {m}
thimblerig {n} /ˈθɪmbəlɹɪɡ/ (Sleight-of-hand betting game)  :: trile {m}
Thimphu {prop} (capital of Bhutan)  :: Timbu {m}
thin {adj} (having little body fat or flesh; slim; slender; lean; gaunt)  :: flaco, delgado
thin {adj}  :: [objects] fino {m}, flaco {m}, [people] enjuto {m}, delgado {m}
thin {adj} /ˈθɪn/ (having little thickness or extent from one surface to its opposite)  :: fino
thin {v} (to become thinner)  :: adelgazar
thin {v} (to dilute)  :: diluir
thin {v} (to make thinner)  :: adelgazar
thin {v} (to remove plants)  :: entresacar
thine {determiner} /ðaɪn/ (possessive determiner)  :: tuyo {m}, tuya {f}
thine {pron} (possessive pronoun)  :: el tuyo {m}, la tuya {f}
thing {n} /θɪŋ/ (that which is considered to exist as a separate entity, object, quality or concept)  :: cosa {f}
Thing {n} /θɪŋ/ (public assembly)  :: thing, þing
thingamabob {n} (placeholder word)  :: chingadera
thingummy {n} /ˈθɪŋəmi/ (thingy) SEE: thingy  ::
thingy {n} /ˈθɪŋi/ (a thing)  :: chisme {m}
think {n} (an act of thinking)  :: pensada {f}, pensamiento {m}
think {v} (be of the opinion that)  :: pensar, creer, opinar
think {v} (communicate to oneself in one’s mind)  :: pensar
think {v} (consider, judge, regard something as)  :: creer
think {v} (guess, reckon)  :: suponer, pensar
think {v} /θɪŋk/ (to ponder, to go over in one's head)  :: pensar
thinkable {adj} (able to be thought or imagined; conceivable; feasible)  :: pensable
think about {v} /θɪŋk ə.ˈbaʊt/ (ponder)  :: pensar en alguien, ponderar
think aloud {v}  :: pensar en voz alta
thinker {n} (intellectual)  :: pensador {m}
thinker {n} /ˈθɪŋ.kɚ/ (one who spends time thinking)  :: pensador {m}, pensadora {f}
thinking cap {n} (imaginary headgear)  :: gorra de pensar {f}
think nothing of it {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
think of {v} (think) SEE: think  ::
think of {v} (To create in one's mind; to originate an idea through thought)  :: pensar en
think over {v} (ponder or reflect)  :: ponderar
think tank {n} (group producing research and recommendations)  :: tanque de pensamiento {m}
think through {v} (to fully consider an action)  :: cavilar
think up {v} (create in one's mind; invent)  :: imaginar
thin out {v} (to become sparse)  :: dispersar [pronominal]
thin out {v} (to make sparse)  :: dispersar
thioether {n} (analogue of an ether in which the oxygen has been replaced by sulfur)  :: tioéter {m}
thiomersal {n} (compound)  :: thiomersal {m}
thiosulfate {n} (salt or ester of thiosulfuric acid)  :: tiosulfato {m}
thiosulphate {n} /θaɪə(ʊ)ˈsʌlfeɪt/ (thiosulfate) SEE: thiosulfate  ::
thioxanthene {n} (tricyclic heterocycle)  :: tioxanteno {m}
third {adj} /θɝd/ (the ordinal form of the cardinal number three)  :: tercero {m}, tercer {m}, tercera {f}
third {n} (interval)  :: tercera {f}
third {n} (one of three equal parts of a whole)  :: tercio {m}
third {n} (person or thing in the third position)  :: tercero
third {n} (third gear) SEE: third gear  ::
third estate {n} (caste of commoners in France prior to 1789)  :: tercer estamento {m}
third estate {n} (commoners)  :: tercer estamento {m}
third party {n} (someone not directly involved in a transaction.)  :: terceros {m-p}
third person {n} (law: third party) SEE: third party  ::
third person {n} (the form of a verb used when the subject of a sentence is not the audience or the one making the statement)  :: tercera persona {f}
Third Reich {prop} (Germany under the Nazi regime)  :: tercer Reich {m}
third time's a charm {proverb}  :: a la tercera va la vencida
third wheel {n} (unwanted third party accompanying two people on a date)  :: sujetavelas {m} {f} [Spain], mal tercio {m} [Mexico], sapo {m} [Cuba], violinista {m} {f} [Latin America]
Third World {n} (countries not alligned with the west or east during the cold war)  :: tercer mundo {m}
Third World {n} (developing countries)  :: tercer mundo {m}
Third World War {prop} (World War III) SEE: World War III  ::
thirst {n} (figuratively)  :: sed {f}, hambre {f}, ambición {f}, ansias {p} {f}
thirst {n} /θɝst/ (dryness)  :: sed {f}
thirst {v} (to be thirsty)  :: tener sed
thirst {v} (to desire)  :: desear, ansiar, ambicionar
thirsty {adj} /ˈθɜː(ɹ)st.i/ (needing to drink)  :: sediento
thirteen {num} /ˈθɝ.tin/ (the cardinal number occurring after twelve and before fourteen)  :: trece
thirteenth {adj} /ˌθɝˈtiːnθ/ (13th)  :: decimotercero {m}, decimotercera {f}
thirteenth {n} (one of thirteen equal parts of a whole)  :: treceavo {m}
thirtieth {adj} /ˈθɝti.əθ/ (the ordinal form of the number thirty)  :: trigésimo {m}, trigésima {f}
thirtieth {n} (one of thirty equal parts of a whole)  :: treintavo
thirtieth {n} (the person or thing in the thirtieth position)  :: trigésimo
thirty {num} /ˈθɝti/ (cardinal number)  :: treinta
thirty-eight {num} (38)  :: treinta y ocho
thirty-fifth {n} (35th part)  :: trigésimo quinto
thirty-fifth {num} (35th)  :: trigésimo quinto
thirty-five {num} (35)  :: treinta y cinco
thirty-four {num} (34)  :: treinta y cuatro
thirty-nine {num} (39)  :: treinta y nueve
thirty-one {num} (31)  :: treinta y uno
thirty-second note {n} (demisemiquaver) SEE: demisemiquaver  ::
thirty-seven {num} (37)  :: treinta y siete
thirty-six {num} (36)  :: treinta y seis
thirtysomething {n} (tricenarian) SEE: tricenarian  ::
thirty-three {num} (33)  :: treinta y tres
thirty-two {num} (32)  :: treinta y dos
this {determiner} /ðɪs/ (the (thing) here)  :: este {m}, esta {f}, esto
this {determiner}  :: este {m}, esta {f}, estos {p}, estas {f-p}
this {determiner} (known (thing) just mentioned)  :: este {m}
this {pron} (The thing, item, etc. being indicated)  :: esto
this evening {adv} (during the evening of today)  :: esta tarde, esta noche
this is the life {phrase} (an expression of bliss)  :: eso es vida
this morning {n} /ðɪs ˈmɔɹnɪŋ/ (during the morning of today)  :: esta mañana
this one {pron} (a specified object)  :: éste {m}, ésta {f}
this time {n} (now, today, on this occasion)  :: esta vez
thistle {n} /θɪsl̩/ (plant)  :: cardo {m}
thistledown {n} (pappus attached to the seeds of a thistle)  :: vilano {m}, vilano de cardo; {m}
this way {n} (as follows) SEE: as follows  ::
this year {adv} (during the current year)  :: hogaño
thither {adv} /ˈθɪðəɹ/ (to that place)  :: por allí, hacia allá
thixotropic {adj} (becoming a fluid when agitated but solid or semi-solid when allowed to stand)  :: tisotrópico
Thomas {prop} (given name)  :: Tomás {m}
Thomas {prop} /ˈtɑm.əs/ (biblical Apostle)  :: Tomás {m}
Thomson's gazelle {n} (species of gazelle)  :: gacela de Thomson {f}
thong {n} (G-string) SEE: G-string  ::
thong {n} /θɒŋ/ (footwear)  :: [Dominican Republic] calipso {m}, [Spain's Canary Islands, Venezuela] chola {f}, [Chile, Peru] hawaiana {f}, [Argentina] ojota {f}, [Peru] sayonara {f}, [Peru] slap {m}, [El Salvador, Guatemala] yina {f}, bamba, chancla {f}
Thor {prop} /θɔɹ/ (thunder god)  :: Thor {m}
thoracic {adj} (of the thorax)  :: torácico
thoracic cage {n} (rib cage) SEE: rib cage  ::
thoracic cavity {n} (chamber of the human body)  :: cavidad torácica {f}
thoracic vertebra {n} (any vertebrae in the chest region)  :: vértebra torácica {f}
thoracic wall {n} (chest wall) SEE: chest wall  ::
thoracotomy {n} (surgical procedure)  :: taracotomía {f}
thorax {n} (middle of three distinct divisions in an insect, crustacean or arachnid body)  :: tórax {m}
thorax {n} (region of the mammalian body)  :: tórax {m}
thorium {n} (chemical element)  :: torio {m}
thorn {n} (letter of the Latin alphabet (Þ, þ))  :: thorn {m}
thorn {n} /θɔɹn/ (sharp protective spine of a plant)  :: espina {f}
thorn apple {n} (Datura stramonium)  :: estramonio {m}, toloache {m}
thorny {adj} (troublesome)  :: espinoso, espinudo [Colloquial. Arg., Chile y Guat.]
thorny {adj} /ˈθɔɹni/ (having thorns)  :: espinoso, espinudo [Arg., Bol., Chile, C. Rica y Nic.]
thorough {adj} (utter; complete; absolute)  :: exhaustivo
thorough {adj} /ˈθʌ.ɹoʊ/ (detailed)  :: minucioso
thoroughfare {n} (a road open at both ends, especially one with much traffic)  :: vía pública {f}, vía de comunicación {f} gran rua {f}
thoroughfare {n} (waterway)  :: canal {m}
thoroughfare {n} /ˈθʌɹəfɛː/ (a passage; a way through)  :: pasaje {m}
thoroughly {adv} /θɜːɹ.ə.liː/ (in a thorough or complete manner)  :: cabalmente, a cabalidad, a fondo, detenidamente, completamente
thoroughness {n} (attention to detail)  :: detallismo {m}, minuciosidad {f}
thoroughness {n} (state of being thorough)  :: meticulosidad {f}
thorybism {n} (poltergeist activity)  :: toribismo
those {determiner} /ðoʊz/ (plural of that)  :: esos {m} {n}, esas {f}, aquéllos, aquellas {f}
Thoth {prop} /θəʊθ/ (Egyptian god)  :: Tot {m}
thou {pron} /ðaʊ/ (singular informal form of "you")  :: {m} {f}
thou {v} (to address someone using the informal second-person singular pronoun)  :: tutear
though {adv} /ðoʊ/ (however)  :: no obstante
though {conj} (although)  :: sin embargo, a pesar de
thought {n}  :: pensamiento {m}
thought {n} (the state or condition of thinking)  :: pensamiento {m}
thought {n} /θɔt/ (form created in the mind)  :: pensamiento {m}
thought experiment {n} (attempt to solve a problem using human imagination)  :: experimento mental {m}, experimento pensado
thoughtlessly {adv} /ˈθɔt.lɪs.li/ (done without thinking)  :: desconsideradamente
thought police {n} (a group that aims to control what other people think)  :: policía del pensamiento {f}
thousand {num} /ˈθaʊz(ə)nd/ (cardinal number 1000)  :: mil {m}
thousandth {adj} /ˈθaʊznθ/ (ordinal form of 1000)  :: milésimo
thousandth {n} (one of a thousand equal parts of a whole)  :: milésimo {m}
thousandth {n} (the person or thing in the thousandth position)  :: milésimo {m}, milésima {f}
Thrace {prop} /θɹeɪs/ (historical and geographic area in southeast Europe)  :: Tracia {f}
Thracian {adj} /ˈθɹeɪs.iː.ən/ (of or pertaining to Thrace, Thracians of the Thracian language)  :: tracio, traciano
Thracian {n} (Inhabitant of Thrace)  :: tracio {m}, traciano {m}
thrash {v} (to thresh) SEE: thresh  ::
thrash {v} /θɹæʃ/ (to beat mercilessly)  :: vapulear
thread {n} (a screw thread) SEE: screw thread  ::
thread {n} (a theme or idea)  :: tema {m}, argumento {m}
thread {n} ((computing): a unit of execution)  :: subproceso {m}, proceso ligero {m}
thread {n} ((Internet): a series of messages)  :: tema {m}, tópico {m}
thread {n} /θɹɛd/ (long, thin and flexible form of material)  :: hilo {m}, hebra {f}
thread {v} (put thread through)  :: enhebrar
thread {v} (to pass)  :: pasar
Threadneedle Street {prop} (Bank of England) SEE: Bank of England  ::
threads {n} (clothes) SEE: clothes  ::
threads {n} /θɹɛdz/ (thread) SEE: thread  ::
threadworm {n} (pinworm) SEE: pinworm  ::
threat {n} (indication of imminent danger)  :: amenaza {f}
threat {n} (person regarded as a danger)  :: amenaza {f}
threat {n} /θɹɛt/ (expression of intent to injure or punish another)  :: amenaza {f}
threaten {v} (to menace, or be dangerous)  :: amenazar
threaten {v} (to portend, or give a warning)  :: amenazar
threaten {v} /ˈθɹɛt.n̩/ (to make a threat against someone; to use threats)  :: amenazar
threatened {adj} /ˈθɹɛt.n̩d/ (at risk of becoming endangered)  :: amenazado
threatening {adj} (presenting a threat)  :: amenazador
three {n} (digit/figure 3)  :: número tres {m}
three {num} /θɹi/ (cardinal number 3)  :: tres
three days ago {adv} (three days ago - translation entry)  :: trasanteayer, trasantier, antes de antayer, antes de antier
three-dimensional {adj} (existing in three dimensions)  :: tridimensional
three-dimensional {adj} (having depth (or the illusion of depth) as well as height and width)  :: tridimensional
threefold {adj} (triple)  :: triple
threefold {adv} (by a factor of three)  :: por triplicado
three-headed {adj} /ˈθɹiːˌhɛdəd/ (having three heads)  :: tricéfalo
three hundred {num} /ˈθɹiː ˈhʌn.dɹəd/ (cardinal number 300)  :: trescientos {m}, trescientas {f}
three marks of existence {n} (three characteristics of all phenomena)  :: tres características de la existencia {f-p}
three o'clock {n} (the start of the fourth hour)  :: las tres
three-piece suit {n} (suit consisting of matching jacket, trousers and waistcoat)  :: terno {m}
three-piece suite {n} (set of sofa and matching chairs)  :: tresillo {m}
three-pronged {adj} (having three prongs)  :: trifurcado
threesome {n} (a sexual activity involving three people)  :: trío
threesome {n} /ˈθɹiːsəm/ (a group of three people)  :: trío
threnody {n} /ˈθɹɛn.ə.di/ (a song or poem of lamentation)  :: treno {m}, canto fúnebre {m}
threonine {n} (an essential amino acid)  :: treonina {f}
threose {n} (aldotetrose)  :: treosa {f}
thresh {v} /θɹɛʃ/ (to separate the grain from the straw or husks)  :: trillar, desgranar, apalear, azotar
thresher shark {n} (any of three species of sharks)  :: azotador {m}
threshing floor {n} (floor of a threshing house)  :: era {f}
threshold {n} (entrance)  :: umbral {m}, entrada {f}
threshold {n} (income at which income tax becomes due)  :: límite {m}
threshold {n} (point at which an action is triggered)  :: umbral {m}
threshold {n}  :: umbral {m}
threshold {n} /ˈθɹɛʃhoʊld/ (bottom-most part of a doorway)  :: umbral {m}
thrice {adv} /θɹaɪs/ (three times, see also: three; time)  :: tres veces
thrift {n} (savings bank)  :: caja de ahorros {f}
thrift {n} /θɹɪft/ (characteristic of using a minimum of something)  :: parsimonia {f}, parquedad {f}, economía {f}, ahorro {m}
thrift shop {n} (shop which sells used goods)  :: tienda de segunda mano {f}
thrifty {adj}  :: económico {m}
thrifty {adj} /ˈθɹɪfti/ (given to, or evincing, thrift)  :: ahorrador, ahorrativo
thrill {n} (trembling or quivering, especially one caused by emotion)  :: escalofrío {m}
thrill {v} /θɹɪl/ (suddenly excite someone, or to give someone great pleasure; to electrify)  :: emocionar, excitar, entusiasmar
thriller {n} (a suspenseful, sensational genre of fiction)  :: suspense {m}, thriller {m}
thrill-seeker {n} (person who enjoys thrilling situations)  :: amante de las emociones fuertes
thrip {n} (insect in the order Thysanoptera) SEE: thrips  ::
thrips {n} (insect of the order Thysanoptera)  :: tisanóptero {m}
thrive {v} (to prosper by industry)  :: prosperar, medrar
thrive {v} /θɹaɪv/ (to increase in bulk or stature)  :: prosperar, crecer, medrar
throat {n} (gullet or windpipe)  :: tráquea {f}
throat {n} (narrow opening in a vessel)  :: cuello {m} (of a bottle)
throat {n} (station throat) SEE: station throat  ::
throat {n} /ˈθɹoʊt/ (front part of the neck)  :: garganta {f}
throat back {n} (electrolarynx) SEE: electrolarynx  ::
throb {n} (beating, vibration or palpitation)  :: palpitar
throb {v} /θɹɒb/ (to pound or beat rapidly or violently)  :: palpitar
thrombocyte {n} (platelet) SEE: platelet  ::
thrombosis {n} /θɹɑmˈboʊsɪs/ (formation of thrombi, causing obstruction of circulation)  :: trombosis {f}
thrombotic {adj} (of or pertaining to thrombosis)  :: trombótico
thrombus {n} (blood clot formed in blood vessels that leads to thrombosis)  :: coágulo {m}
throne {n} (position)  :: trono {m}
throne {n} /θɹəʊn/ (ornate seat)  :: trono {m}
throne {v} (enthrone) SEE: enthrone  ::
throne room {n} (toilet) SEE: toilet  ::
throng {n} (group of things; host or swarm)  :: multitud {f}, montón {m}
throng {n} /θɹɔŋ/ (group of people)  :: muchedumbre {f}, gentío {m}
throng {v} (to congregate)  :: congregarse, reunirse
throng {v} (to crowd into a place, especially to fill it)  :: abarrotar, llenar
throttle {n} (the lever or pedal that controls this valve)  :: acelerador {m}
throttle {n} /ˈθɹɒtəl/ (a valve)  :: acelerador {m}
throttle {v} (to strangle someone)  :: estrangular, ofocar
through {prep} (by means of)  :: mediante
through {prep} (entering, then later exiting)  :: a través de
through {prep} /θɹuː/ (from one side of an opening to the other)  :: a través de
throughout {adv} (everywhere)  :: de arriba abajo, por todo/a el/la/lo
throughout {prep} /θɹuːˈaʊt/ (in every part of; all through)  :: a lo largo de, durante
through the roof {prep} (at a very high level)  :: en un muy alto nivel
throw {n} (flight of a thrown object)  :: lanzamiento {m}
throw {v}  :: arrojar
throw {v} /θɹoʊ/ (to cause an object to move rapidly through the air)  :: lanzar, tirar, arrojar
throw away {v} (discard or dispose of)  :: tirar, echar, desechar
throwback {n} /ˈθɹoʊ.bæk/ (atavism) SEE: atavism  ::
throw down the gauntlet {v} (issue a challenge)  :: arrojar el guante
throw in the towel {v} ((idiomatic) to quit; to give up)  :: tirar la toalla, botar la toalla
throw off {v} (lose a pursuer)  :: librarse de, deshacerse de, dar esquinazo a
throw out {v} (dismiss or expel someone from duty or attending)  :: echar, expulsar
throw someone a curve {v} (to surprise with something unexpected)  :: pescar en curva (a alguien)
throw up {v} (to cause something such as dust or water to rise into the air)  :: levantar
throw up {v} (to display a gang sign using the hands)  :: echar barrio
throw up {v} (to erect, particularly hastily)  :: construir rápidamente y mal
throw up {v} (to give up, abandon)  :: dejar, abandonar, parar
throw up {v} (to produce something new or unexpected)  :: lanzar
throw up {v} (to vomit) SEE: vomit  ::
throw up one's hands {v} ((idiomatic) to quit; to give up) SEE: throw in the towel  ::
thru {prep} /θɹuː/ (through) SEE: through  ::
thrush {n} /θɹʌʃ/ (one of several species of songbirds of the family Turdidae)  :: tordo {m}, mirlo {m}, zorzal {m}
thrust {n} (a lunge forward)  :: empuje {m}, envión {m}
thrust {n} ((figurative) primary effort)  :: énfasis {m}
thrust {n} (force due to propulsion)  :: empuje {m}, envión {m}, impulso {m}
thrust {n} /θɹʌst/ (an attack with a sword)  :: estocada {f}
thrust {v} (force something upon someone)  :: asestar, forzar
thrust {v} (make an advance with force)  :: propulsar
Thucydides {prop} /θjuːˈsɪdɪdiːz/ (historian)  :: Tucídides
thud {n} /ˈθʌd/ (the sound of a dull impact)  :: topetazo {m}
thud {v} (to make the sound of a dull impact)  :: choque {m}
thug {n} /θʌɡ/ (someone who treats others violently or roughly)  :: matón {m}, macarra {m} {f}, rufián {m}
thulium {n} (chemical element)  :: tulio {m}
thumb {n} /θʌm/ (digit)  :: pulgar {m}
thumb-a-war {n} (thumb war) SEE: thumb war  ::
Thumbelina {prop} /ˌθʌmbəˈliːnə/ (a thumb-sized girl, the main character of a fairy tale)  :: Pulgarcita {f}, Almendrita {f}
thumbnail {n} /ˈθʌmneɪl/ (small picture)  :: miniatura {f}
thumbtack {n} /ˈθʌm.tæk/ (nail-like tack)  :: chinche {f}, chicheta {f}
thumbtack {v} (to attach something with a thumbtack)  :: tachonar
thumb wrestle {n} (thumb war) SEE: thumb war  ::
thump {n} (sound)  :: golpazo {m}
thump {n} /θʌmp/ (blow)  :: golpazo {m}
thump {v} (to hit someone so as to make a thump)  :: golpear, azotar
thump {v} (to throb with a muffled rhythmic sound)  :: tamborilear, golpetear
thump {v} (to thud or pound)  :: golpear, azotar
thunder {n} (deep, rumbling noise)  :: estruendo {m}
thunder {n} /ˈθʌn.dɚ/ (sound caused by lightning)  :: trueno {m}
thunder {v} (to make a noise like thunder)  :: tronar
thunderbolt {n} (flash of lightning accompanied by thunder)  :: rayo {m}
thunderstorm {n} /ˈθʌn.ə(ɹ)ˌstɔː(ɹ)m/ (storm with thunder and lightning)  :: tormenta {f}, tormenta electrica {f}, tronada
thunderstruck {adj} /ˈθʌn.dɚ.stɹʌk/ (astonished, amazed or so suddenly surprised as to be unable to speak)  :: estupefacto
thurible {n} /ˈθjʊəɹɪbəl/ (censer) SEE: censer  ::
thurifer {n} (acolyte who carries a thurible)  :: turiferario
Thuringia {prop} (state)  :: Turingia {f}
Thursday {n} /ˈθɝzdi/ (day of the week)  :: jueves {m}
thus {adv} (as a result)  :: así
thus {adv} /ˈðʌs/ (in this way or manner)  :: de esta manera, por lo tanto, así
thus far {adv} (so far)  :: hasta ahora
thwart {n} (seat attached to both sides of a boat)  :: banco (de remeros) {m}, bancada {f}
thwart {v} /θwɔː(ɹ)t/ (to prevent; to halt; to cause failure)  :: frustrar, contrariar
thy {determiner} /ðaɪ/ (possessive determiner)  :: tu, tuyo
thylacine {n} (extinct carnivorous marsupial)  :: tilacino {m}, lobo de Tasmania {m}, tigre de Tasmania
thylakoid {n} (membrane within plant chloroplasts)  :: tilacoide {m}
thyme {n} /taɪm/ (plant of the genus Thymus)  :: tomillo {m}
thymol {n} (a monoterpene phenol)  :: timol {m}
thymosin {n}  :: timosina {f}
thyristor {n} (semiconductor diode)  :: tiristor {m}
thyroid {adj} (referring to the gland situated in the neck)  :: tiroides
thyroid {n} (thyroid cartilage) SEE: thyroid cartilage  ::
thyroid {n} /ˈθaɪɹɔɪd/ (thyroid gland) SEE: thyroid gland  ::
thyroidectomy {n} (surgical removal of the thyroid gland)  :: tiroidectomía {f}
thyroid gland {n} (large butterfly-shaped endocrine gland)  :: tiroides {f}, glándula tiroides
ti {n} /tiː/ (seventh note of a major scale) SEE: si  ::
Tianjin {prop} (a city of China)  :: Tianjin {m}
Tiber {prop} /ˈtaɪbəɹ/ (river)  :: Tíber {m}
Tibet {prop} /tɪˈbet/ (region in Central Asia)  :: Tíbet {m}
Tibetan {adj} /tɪˈbɛtn̩/ (of or pertaining to Tibet)  :: tibetano
Tibetan {n} (a person)  :: tibetano {m}, tibetana {f}
Tibetan {prop} (a language)  :: tibetano {m}
Tibetan antelope {n} (Pantholops hodgsonii)  :: antílope tibetano {m}, chirú {m}, chirú {m}
Tibetan Buddhism {prop} (body of Buddhist religious doctrine characteristic of Tibet)  :: budismo tibetano {m}
Tibetan Mastiff {n} (Tibetan Mastiff)  :: mastín tibetano {m}, mastín del Tíbet {m}, dogo del Tíbet {m}, dogo del Tíbet {m}
Tibetan Plateau {prop} (plateau north of the Great Himalaya ranges)  :: Meseta tibetana {f}
Tibet Plateau {prop} (Tibetan Plateau) SEE: Tibetan Plateau  ::
tibia {n} (bone of the leg) SEE: shinbone  ::
tibia {n} (segment of insect's leg) SEE: shinbone  ::
tibicen {n} /tɪˈbaɪsɪn/ (flute-player) SEE: flautist  ::
tic {n} /tɪk/ (local and habitual convulsive motion)  :: tic {m}
tick {n} (quiet but sharp, repeated sound)  :: tictac {m} [clock]
tick {n} /tɪk/ (arachnid)  :: garrapata {f}
tick {n} (unit of time defined by timer frequency) SEE: jiffy  ::
tick bite {n}  :: picadura de garrapata {f}
ticket {n}  :: boleto {m}, tique, [Costa Rica] tiquete {m}
ticket {n} (pass for transportation)  :: pasaje {f}, billete {m}
ticket {n} /ˈtɪkɪt/ (admission to entertainment)  :: entrada {f}
ticket {n} (traffic citation)  :: parte {f}, multa {f}
ticket collector {n} (ticket validity checker) SEE: ticket inspector  ::
ticket office {n} (an office where tickets may be purchased)  :: taquilla {f}
ticket stamping machine {n} (ticket validating machine)  :: validadora {f}
tickle {v} (to touch in a manner that causes tingling sensation)  :: hacer cosquillas
ticklish {adj} /ˈtɪk(ə)lɪʃ/ (sensitive or susceptible to tickling)  :: cosquilloso
tick tock {interj} (sound of a ticking clock)  :: tic tac
tick-tock {v} (make clicking sounds)  :: tictaquear
tic-tac-toe {n} (game)  :: tres en raya {m}, ta-te-ti {m}
tidal {adj} /ˈtaɪd(ə)l/ (relating to tides)  :: mareal
tidal wave {n}  :: ola de marea {f}, tsunami
tidal wave {n} /ˈtaɪdəlweɪv/ (figurative: sudden, powerful surge)  :: maremoto {m}
tiddlywinks {n} (game in which the objective is to shoot winks into a cup)  :: juego de la pulga
tide {n} (high tide) SEE: high tide  ::
tide {n} (low tide) SEE: low tide  ::
tide {n} /taɪd/ (periodic change of sea level)  :: marea
tió de Nadal {n} /tiˌoʊ dɛ nəˈdɑl/ (a wooden Christmas character that is beaten until it poops gifts)  :: tió de Nadal {m}, [colloquial] caga tió {m}
tidepool {n}  :: pozas de marea {f}, charcos intermareales {m}
tidiness {n} (the quality of being tidy)  :: aseo {m}
tiding {n} (news, new information)  :: noticia
tidy {adj} /ˈtaɪdi/ (arranged neatly)  :: ordenado
tidy up {v} (to make clean (a small room or small space))  :: arreglar
tie {n} (curved line connecting two notes of the same pitch, combining their lengths)  :: ligadura {f}
tie {n} (sleeper) SEE: sleeper  ::
tie {n} (strong connection between people)  :: lazo {m}, vínculo {m}
tie {n} /taɪ/ (necktie) SEE: necktie  ::
tie {n} (tie score)  :: empate {m}
tie {v} (to attach or fasten with string)  :: atar, ligar, amarrar
tie {v} (to secure something by tying a string or the like)  :: atar, ligar, amarrar, asegurar
tiebreaker {n} /ˈtaɪˌbɹeɪkɚ/ (something that is used to pick a winner)  :: desempate {m}
tie clip {n} (clip to hold tie)  :: alfiler de corbata {m}
tier {n} /ˈtɪɚ/ (layer or rank)  :: capa {f}, enlace {m}
Tierra del Fuego {prop} (province)  :: Tierra del Fuego
tie tack {n} (pin to hold necktie) SEE: tie clip  ::
Tiffany {prop} /ˈtɪfəni/ (female given name)  :: Teofania {f}
tiger {n} /ˈtaɪɡɚ/ (The mammal Panthera tigris)  :: tigre {m}
tiger mother {n} (ambitious mother) SEE: tiger mom  ::
tiger mother {n} (protective woman) SEE: mama bear  ::
tiger mum {n} (tiger mom) SEE: tiger mom  ::
tiger's claw {n} (Indian coral tree) SEE: Indian coral tree  ::
tiger shark {n} (Galeocerdo cuvier)  :: tiburón tigre {m}
tight {adj} (narrow) SEE: narrow  ::
tight {adj} /taɪt/ (pushed/pulled together)  :: apretado, ajustado
tight {adj} (under high tension)  :: tensado, tensionado, tenso
tighten {v} /ˈtaɪ.tən/ (to make tighter)  :: tensar
tighten {v} (to become tighter)  :: tensarse
tighten {v} (to make money harder to obtain)  :: endurecer la política monetaria
tightly {adv} /ˈtaɪtli/ (in a tight manner)  :: herméticamente
tightrope walker {n} (acrobat who practices tightrope walking)  :: funámbulo {m}, volatinero {m}
tightrope walking {n} (acrobatic feat of walking on a tightrope)  :: funambulismo
tights {n} (dancer's garment)  :: malla {f}
tights {n} /taɪts/ (women's garment)  :: panti {m} {f}, pantimedia {f}
tigon {n} /ˈtaɪɡən/ (cross between a male tiger and a lioness)  :: tigrón {m}
tigress {n} (female tiger)  :: tigresa {f}
Tigrinya {prop} (language)  :: tigriña {f}
Tigris {prop} /ˈtaɪɡɹɪs/ (river in Southwest Asia)  :: Tigris {m}
Tijuana {prop} (a city in Mexico)  :: Tijuana {f}
Tijuanan {adj} (of Tijuana)  :: tijuanense
Tijuanan {n} (person from Tijuana)  :: tijuanense {m-f}
tiki-taka {n} (style of play)  :: tiki-taka {m}, tiqui-taca {m}, tiquitaca {m}
tilde {n} (character)  :: tilde
tilde {n} /ˈtɪldə/ (diacritical mark)  :: tilde {m} {f}
tile {n} /taɪl/ (mostly rectangular shaped sheet of ceramic or fired clay to cover surfaces)  :: [glazed tile] azulejo {m}, alicatado {m}, [floor tile] baldosa {f}, [roof tile] teja {f}
tile {v} (to cover with tiles)  :: alicatar o azulejar (poner azulejos a), embaldosar; (tejado) tejar.
tiler {n} (a person who sets tile)  :: embaldosador {m}, solador {m}
tilery {n} (a place where tiles are made)  :: tejar {m}, tejería {f}
tilework {n} (the tiled surfaces of something, or the arrangement of tiles on a surface)  :: trabajo de azulejo
tiling {n} (act of applying tiles)  :: embaldosado {m}
tiling {n} (covering of tiles)  :: embaldosado {m}
till {conj} (until)  :: hasta que
till {n} (cash register)  :: caja {f}
till {prep} /tɪl/ (Until)  :: hasta, hasta que
till {v} (to work or cultivate)  :: arar
tillage {n} /ˈtɪlɪdʒ/ (cultivation of arable land)  :: labranza {f}
tiller {n} (part of the rudder)  :: caña del timón {f}
tiller {n} /ˈtɪlə/ (machine)  :: arado cincel {m}, cultivador {m}, motoarado {m}
tillering {n} (botanical property)  :: ahijamiento {m}
tilt {n} (inclination of part of the body)  :: inclinación
tilt {v} /tɪlt/ (to slope or incline (something); to slant)  :: ladear, ladearse
Tilt-A-Whirl {n} (amusement ride)  :: Undulatadora
timber {interj} (warning shout used by loggers)  :: fuera abajo!
timber {n} (beam used to support something such as a roof or a ship)  :: viga {f}, polín {m}
timber {n} /ˈtɪmbə/ (wood that has been cut ready for construction)  :: madera aserrada {f}
timberline {n} /ˈtɪmbɚˌlaɪn/ (tree line) SEE: tree line  ::
timbre {n} /ˈtæm.bɚ/ (quality of a sound independent of its pitch and volume)  :: timbre {m}
Timbuktu {prop} /tɪm.bʌkˈtuː/ (city)  :: Tombuctú
time {n} (era)  :: era {f}
time {n} (instance or occurrence)  :: vez {f}, tanda {f}
time {n} (measurement of a quantity of time)  :: tiempo {m}, hora {f}
time {n} (measurement under some system of the time of day or moment in time)  :: hora {f}, tiempo {m}
time {n} (numerical indication of a particular moment in time)  :: hora {f}
time {n} (particular moment or hour)  :: hora {f}, momento {m}
time {n} (quantity of availability in time)  :: tiempo {m}
time {n} (ratio of comparison)  :: veces, por
time {n} /taɪm/ (inevitable passing of events)  :: tiempo {m}
time {n} (time of day, as indicated by a clock, etc)  :: hora {f}, hora del día {f}
time {v} (to choose the time for)  :: programar
time {v} (to measure time)  :: cronometrar
time after time {adv} (again and again)  :: una y otra vez
time and again {adv} (often; repeatedly)  :: una y otra vez, repetidas veces, una vez tras otra
time bomb {n} (bomb with a timeout mechanism)  :: bomba de relojería {f}
time capsule {n} (sealed container)  :: cápsula del tiempo {f}, caja del tiempo {f}
time dilation {n} (slowing of the passage of time at relativistic speeds)  :: dilatación del tiempo {f}
time flies {proverb} (time seems to pass quickly)  :: el tiempo vuela
time immemorial {n} (time that extends beyond memory or record)  :: tiempo inmemorial {m}
time is money {proverb} (time is money)  :: el tiempo es dinero, el tiempo es oro {m}
time is of the essence {phrase} (haste is necessary)  :: el tiempo es esencial, el plazo es esencial
time-lapse {adj} (photographic technique)  :: time-lapse
timeless {adj} (ageless) SEE: ageless  ::
timeless {adj} (eternal) SEE: eternal  ::
timeless {adj} (untimely) SEE: untimely  ::
timeline {n} (schedule of activities)  :: calendario {m}, cronograma {m}
timeline {n} /ˈtaɪmˌlaɪn/ (graphical representation of a chronological sequence of events)  :: cronología {f}, línea de tiempo {f}.
timeliness {n} (the state of being timely)  :: puntualidad {f}
timely {adj} (happening or appearing at the proper time)  :: oportuno
timely {adj} /ˈtaɪmli/ (done at the proper time)  :: oportuno
time machine {n} (device used to travel in time)  :: máquina del tiempo {f}
time of arrival {n} (the time when an airplane etc. is scheduled to arrive)  :: hora de llegada {f}
time of day {n} (time according to the clock) SEE: time  ::
time of departure {n} (the time when an airplane etc. is scheduled to depart)  :: hora de salida {f}
time-out {n} /ˈtaɪm.aʊt/ (in sports)  :: tiempo muerto {m}, tiempo fuera
timer {n} (device used to measure time)  :: temporizador {m}
times {prep} /taɪmz/ (multiplied by)  :: por
Times Square {prop} (wide intersection in New York City)  :: Times Square {m}
timetable {n} (a structured schedule of events)  :: horario {m}
time travel {n} (hypothetical or fictional travel to the past or future)  :: viaje a través del tiempo {m}
time will tell {phrase} (results of an action cannot be known beforehand)  :: el tiempo dirá
time zone {n} (range of longitudes where a common standard time is used)  :: zona horaria {f}, huso horario {m}
timezone {n} (time zone) SEE: time zone  ::
timid {adj} /tɪmɪd/ (lacking in courage or confidence)  :: tímido
timidly {adv} (in a timid manner)  :: tímidamente
timing {n} (instance of recording the time)  :: cronometraje {m}
timing belt {n} (a part of an internal combustion engine)  :: correa de distribución {f}, banda de distribución {f}, banda dentada {f}
Timișoara {prop} /ˌtimiˈʃwɑɹɑ/ (city in Romania)  :: Timișoara
timolol {n} (kind of beta-adrenergic receptor blocker)  :: timolol {m}
Timor-Leste {prop} (East Timor) SEE: East Timor  ::
timorous {adj} /ˈtɪməɹəs/ (fearful, timid)  :: tímido
Timor Sea {prop}  :: mar de Timor {m}
Timothy {prop} (companion of Paul)  :: Timoteo
Timothy {prop} (male given name)  :: Timoteo
Timothy {prop} /ˈtɪməθi/ (books in the New Testament)  :: Timoteo
timpani {n} (kettledrums)  :: tímpano {m}, tímpanos {m-p}
timpanum {n} (eardrum) SEE: eardrum  ::
timpanum {n} (hearing organ) SEE: tympanum  ::
timpanum {n} (middle ear) SEE: middle ear  ::
timpanum {n} (musical instrument) SEE: kettledrum  ::
timpanum {n} (ornamental panel) SEE: tympanum  ::
timps {n} (timpani) SEE: timpani  ::
tin {n} (airtight container)  :: lata {f}
tin {n} /tɪn/ (element)  :: estaño {m}
tin {v} (to coat with solder)  :: estañar
tin {v} (to cover with tin)  :: estañar
tin {v} (to place into a tin in order to preserve)  :: enlatar
tinamou {n} (bird of the family Tinamidae)  :: tinamú {m}
tinder {n} /ˈtɪndəɹ/ (dry sticks etc.)  :: yesca {f}
tinderbox {n} (potentially dangerous situation)  :: polvorín {m}
tinderbox {n} (small container containing flint, steel, and tinder)  :: yesquero {m}
tine {n} /taɪn/ (prong)  :: diente {m}, púa {f} (on a pitchfork)
tinea {n} /ˈtɪ.ni.ə/ (ringworm) SEE: ringworm  ::
tinfoil {n} (tinfoil)  :: papel de estaño {m}
tinge {n} (a small amount of something, especially of an added color)  :: toque {m}
tinge {n} (the degree of vividness of a colour; shade, hue or tint)  :: toque {m}, tinte {m}, matiz {m}
tinge {v} (to add a small amount of color)  :: retocar, matizar
tingling {n} (a tingling sensation)  :: hormigueo {m}
Tinkerbell {n} (fictional fairy)  :: [South America] Campanita {f}, [Spain] Campanilla {f}
tinkerer {n} (meddler) SEE: meddler  ::
tinned {adj} (previously prepared) SEE: canned  ::
tinned {adj} /tɪnd/ (preserved in tins) SEE: canned  ::
tinnitus {n} /ˈtɪn.ɪ.təs/ (perception of nonexistent noise)  :: tinnitus {m}, acúfenos {m}
tin opener {n} (tin opener) SEE: can opener  ::
tin-opener {n} (can opener) SEE: can opener  ::
tinsel {n} /ˈtɪn.səl/ (thin strips of a glittering, metallic material used as a decoration)  :: oropel {m}, espumillón {m}
tinsmith {n} (a person who makes or repairs things with tin)  :: hojalatero {m}, hojalatera {f}
tint {n} (color considered with reference to other similar colors)  :: tono {m}, matiz {m}
tint {n} (pale or faint tinge of any color)  :: matiz {m}, tinte {m}, coloración {f}, colorido {m}
tint {n} /tɪnt/ (slight coloring)  :: tinta {f}, coloración {f}, colorido {m}
tint {v} (to shade, color)  :: teñir, colorir, matizar
tinted {adj} (slightly colored, having tint)  :: colorido, teñido, con un tinte, coloreado, polarizado
tintinnabulation {n} /ˌtɪntɪnˌnæbjəˈleʃən/ (tinkling sound)  :: tintineo {m}, tañido {m}
tiny {adj} /ˈtaɪni/ (very small)  :: diminuto, minúsculo, pequeñito
-tion {suffix} /-ʃən/ (producing a noun meaning the action or effect of a verb)  :: -ción (unless previous letter was "s", when "t" remains as is, like in "digestión", "cuestión", etc.)
tip {n} (small amount of money left for a servant as a token of appreciation)  :: propina {f}
tip {v} /tɪp/ (give a small amount of money to someone for a service provided)  :: dar propina
tipi {n} /ˈtiːpi/ (teepee) SEE: teepee  ::
tip of the iceberg {n} (only the beginning)  :: punta del iceberg {f}, solo el inicio
tipping point {n} (the point at which a slow, reversible change becomes irreversible)  :: punto de inflexión {m}
tipple {n} (apparatus for unloading railroad freight cars by tipping them)  :: volquete
tipple {n} (slang: any alcoholic drink)  :: copa, trago, botella, chiquito, chato, bebistrajo
tipple {n} /ˈtɪpəl/ (area near the entrance of mines used to load and unload coal)  :: era
tipple {v} (to drink alcohol regularly, but not to excess)  :: pimplar, copear, empinar el codo, mojar la canal maestra, tomar, trincar, soplar
tipple {v} (To drink too much alcohol)  :: beber como un cosaco
tipsy {adj} /ˈtɪp.si/ (slightly drunk)  :: achispado
tip-top {adj} (excellent) SEE: excellent  ::
tipula {n} (crane fly) SEE: crane fly  ::
tirade {n} /ˈtaɪɹeɪd/ (long, angry or violent speech)  :: diatriba {f}, invectiva {f}
tiramisu {n} /ˌtɪɹəˈmisu/ (semifreddo dessert)  :: tiramisú {m}
Tirana {prop} /tɪˈɹɑː.nə/ (capital city of Albania)  :: Tirana
Tiraspol {prop} (capital of Transnistria)  :: Tiráspol {m}
tire {n} (rubber covering on a wheel) SEE: tyre  ::
tire {v} /ˈtaɪ̯ɚ/ (to become sleepy)  :: cansar, cansarse
tire {v} (to become bored)  :: cansarse, aburrirse, hartarse
tired {adj} (fed up) SEE: fed up  ::
tired {adj} (overused) SEE: overused  ::
tired {adj} /taɪɚd/ (in need of rest or sleep)  :: cansado, fatigado
tiredness {n} (state of being tired)  :: fatiga {f}
tireless {adj} (indefatigable)  :: incansable, infatigable
tirelessly {adv} (in a tireless manner)  :: incansablemente
tiresome {adj} (causing fatigue or boredom)  :: cansado
tiring {adj} (that tires or tire)  :: agotador, cansado, cansador, fatigoso, pesado, agobiante
Tirzah {prop} (biblical place)  :: Tirsá
Tirzah {prop} (biblical woman)  :: Tirsá
tissue {n} (aggregation of cells)  :: tejido {m}
tissue {n} (sheet of absorbent paper)  :: tejido {m}
tissue {n} /ˈtɪʃu/ (woven fabric)  :: tejido {m}
tissue paper {n} (thin, translucent paper)  :: papel tisú {m}
tissular {adj} (of or pertaining to tissue)  :: tisular
tit {n} (chickadee) SEE: chickadee  ::
tit {n} ((slang, vulgar) a woman's breast)  :: macoca {f}, melón {m}, teta
tit {n} /tɪt/ (a mammary gland, teat)  :: teta {f}
titan {n} /ˈtaɪtən/ (something or someone large in stature, greatness or godliness)  :: titán {m}
Titan {n} /ˈtaɪtən/ (mythological giant)  :: Titán
Titan {prop} (moon of Saturn)  :: Titán {m}
Titania {prop} /taɪˈteɪni.ə/ (moon of Uranus)  :: Titania
titanic {adj} /taɪˈtæn.ɪk/ (titanic)  :: titánico
titanite {n} (mixed calcium and titanium neosilicate)  :: titanita {f}
titanium {n} /taɪˈteɪni.əm/ (chemical element)  :: titanio {m}
titanium oxide {n} (binary compound of titanium and oxygen)  :: óxido de titanio {m}
tit for tat {adv} (returning exactly what one gets)  :: ojo por ojo
tit fuck {n} (stimulation of a penis by breasts)  :: cubana {f}
tithe {n} /taɪð/ (tenth) SEE: tenth  ::
tithe {n} (tax paid to the Church)  :: diezmo {m}
Tithonian {prop} (age 152.1-145Ma ago)  :: Titonico
titian {adj} (of a bright auburn colour)  :: castaño cobrizo
titian {n} /ˈtɪʃən/ (bright auburn colour)  :: castaño cobrizo {m}
Titian {prop} /ˈtɪʃən/ (sixteenth century Italian painter)  :: Ticiano {m}, Tiziano {m}
titillate {v} (to excite pleasantly)  :: titilar
titin {n} /ˈtaɪtɪn/ (protein)  :: titina {f}
titivate {v} /ˈtɪt.ɪ.veɪt/ (to make small improvements to)  :: arreglar, afeitar, adornar, vestirse de gala
title {n} (name of a book, etc)  :: título {m}
title {n} (right to ownership)  :: tutela {f}, título {m}
title {n} /ˈtaɪtl̩/ (prefix or suffix added to a name)  :: título
title {n}  :: título {m}
titled {adj}  :: titulado
title deed {n} (deed by which the title to property is conveyed)  :: escritura de propiedad {f}, título traslativo de dominio {m}
titling {n} (Anthus pratensis) SEE: meadow pipit  ::
titling {n} (Prunella modularis) SEE: dunnock  ::
titling {n} (stockfish) SEE: stockfish  ::
titmouse {n} (Any bird of the family Paridae)  :: carbonero {m}
titrate {v} /ˈtɪtɹeɪt/ (to ascertain the concentration of a solution)  :: titrar
titration {n} /taɪˈtɹeɪʃən/ (determination of concentration, by addition of reagent until completion of reaction)  :: valoración {f}
titty {n} (kitty) SEE: kitty  ::
Titus {prop} (biblical character)  :: Tito
Titus {prop} (male given name)  :: Tito
Titus {prop} /ˈtaɪtəs/ (book of the Bible)  :: Tito {m}
T-junction {n} (junction in the shape of a T)  :: unión en T {m}
T-junction {n} (similarly shaped section in a pipe, etc.)  :: unión en T {m}
Tōkyō {prop} (Tokyo) SEE: Tokyo  ::
Tlaloc {prop} (Aztec rain god)  :: Tláloc
tlaquimilolli {n} (a sacred bundle)  :: tlaquimilolli
Tlaxcala {prop} (state of Mexico)  :: Tlaxcala {m}
TM {symbol} (trademark)  :: MR
tmesis {n} /t(ə)ˈmiːsɪs/ (insertion of one or more words between the components of a word)  :: tmesis {f}
to {particle} /tu/ (infinitive-marker)  :: -ar, -er, -ir
to {prep} (in the direction of, and arriving at)  :: a hacia
to {prep} (time: preceding)  :: menos [Spain], para [South America]
to {prep} (used after certain adjectives to indicate a relationship)  :: a
to {prep} (used to indicated exponentiation)  :: a
to {prep} (used to indicate ratios)  :: a
to {prep} (used to indicate the indirect object)  :: a
toad {n} /toʊd/ (amphibian similar to a frog)  :: sapo {m}
toad {n} (very unpleasant man)  :: sapo {m}
toadstool {n} /ˈtoʊdˌstu(ə)l/ (an inedible or poisonous mushroom)  :: seta venenosa
toady {n} (sycophant flattering others to gain personal advantage)  :: [Latin America] arrastrado {m}, [Colombia] cepillero {m}, [River Plate region] chupamedias {m}, [Mexico] lambiscón {m}, lameculos, [Spain] pelotillero {m}, [Latin America] sobon {m}, [Miami, Latin America] come mierda {m}, [Peru] franelero {m}
Toarcian {prop}  :: Toarciense
to arms {adv} (to arms)  :: ¡a las armas!
toast {n} (salutation)  :: brindis {m}
toast {n} /toʊst/ (toasted bread)  :: pan tostado {m}, tostada {f}
toast {v} (to engage in a salutation)  :: brindar por, brindar
toast {v} (to lightly cook by browning over fire)  :: tostar
toast {v} (to lightly cook in a kitchen appliance)  :: gratinar
toaster {n} /ˈtoʊstɚ/ (device for toasting bread)  :: tostadora {f}
tobacco {n} (leaves of certain varieties of tobacco plant)  :: tabaco {m}
tobacco {n} /təˈbækoʊ/ (any plant of the genus Nicotiana)  :: tabaco {m}
tobacconist {n} (smoker) SEE: smoker  ::
tobacconist {n} (tobacconist's shop) SEE: tobacconist's  ::
tobacconist's {n} (shop that sells tobacco products)  :: tabaquería {f}
tobacco pipe {n} (smoking tool)  :: pipa {f}
to be continued {phrase} (continues in next episode)  :: continuará
Tobias {prop} (male given name)  :: Tobías {m}
Tobias {prop} /təˈbaɪəs/ (biblical character)  :: Tobías {m}
to boot {adv} (in addition, besides, also)  :: además
to boot {adv} (in addition) SEE: in addition  ::
toccata {n} /təˈkɑːtə/ (musical piece)  :: tocata {f}
Tocharian {adj} (related to Tocharians)  :: tocario {m}, tocaria {f}
Tocharian {prop} (language)  :: tocario {m}
Tocharian A {prop} (eastern member of Tocharian branch)  :: tocario A {m}, tocario oriental {m}, turfanio {m}, arsi {m}
Tocharian B {prop} (western member of Tocharian branch)  :: tocario B {m}, tocario occidental {m}, kucheano {m}
Tochigi {prop} (Tochigi, Japan)  :: Tochigi {f}
to date {adv} (until now)  :: hasta la fecha
today {adv} (nowadays)  :: hoy, hoy en día, hoy día, actualmente
today {adv} /tʊˈdeɪ/ (on the current day)  :: hoy
today {n} (today (noun))  :: hoy {m}, hoy día {m}
toddle {v} (walk unsteadily)  :: tambalearse
toddler {n} (young human child)  :: niño
to death {adv} (to a great degree)  :: a muerte
to-do {n} (task)  :: pendientes {m-p}, encargos {m-p}
to-do list {n} (list of errands)  :: lista de quehaceres {f}
to do with {prep} (relate or relevant to)  :: tener algo que ver con, tener que ver con
toe {n} (any equivalent part in an animal)  :: dedo del pie {m}
toe {n} /toʊ/ (each of the five digits on the end of the foot)  :: dedo del pie {m}, ortejo {m} [Chile]
to each his own {proverb} (every person is entitled to his or her personal preferences)  :: cada quién a su gusto, cada loco con su tema
toenail {n} /ˈtəʊˌneɪl/ (the plate covering the end of a toe)  :: uña del dedo del pie {f}
to err is human {proverb} (Everybody makes mistakes)  :: errar es humano
toffee {n} /ˈtɔfi/ (uncountable: type of confectionery)  :: caramelo {m}
toffee apple {n} (candy apple) SEE: candy apple  ::
tofu {n} /ˈtoʊfu/ (protein-rich food made from curdled soy milk)  :: tofu {m}
tofu skin {n} (food product made from soybeans)  :: yuba {f}
toga {n} (loose wrap gown)  :: toga {f}
toga {n} /ˈtoʊɡə/ (loose outer garment worn by the citizens of Rome)  :: toga {f}
together {adv} (into one place)  :: junto
together {adv} /tʊˈɡɛðɚ/ (at the same time, in the same place)  :: junto
toggle {n} /ˈtɑ.ɡəl/ (toggle switch) SEE: toggle switch  ::
toggle {v}  :: alternar
toggle switch {n}  :: conmutador
Togliatti {prop} (Tolyatti) SEE: Tolyatti  ::
Togo {prop} (Togolese Republic)  :: Togo
Togolese {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Togo, the Togolese people or the Togolese language)  :: togolés
Togolese {n} (A person from Togo or of Togolese descent)  :: togolés {m}, togolesa {f}
toil {n}  :: esfuerzo {m}
toil {v} (to labour, to work)  :: labrar, trabajar
toilet {n} (dressing room)  :: vestidor {m}
toilet {n} (fixture used for urination and defecation, see also: flush toilet; squat toilet; chemical toilet; urinal; latrine)  :: inodoro {m}, excusado {m}, taza del baño {f} [Mexico], retrete {m}
toilet {n} (place resembling a filthy toilet)  :: chiquero {m}, muladar {m}
toilet {n} (room used for urination and defecation, see also: bathroom; men's room; ladies' room; outhouse; portable toilet; latrine; shitter)  :: baño {m}, inodoro {m}, común {m}, retrete {m}; servicio {m} [Spain]; excusado {m} [chiefly Mexico]; sanitario {m} [Colombia, Mexico]; poceta {f} [Venezuela, informal]; váter {m} [Spain, informal]; wáter {m}, watercló {m} [Latin America, informal]
toilet {n} /ˈtɔɪ.lət/ (personal grooming)  :: aseo {m}, arreglo {m}
toilet bowl {n} (receptacle designed to receive the dejections of humans)  :: taza {f}, taza del baño {f}
toilet paper {n} (paper to clean oneself after defecation or urination)  :: papel higiénico {m}, confort {m} [Chile]
toilet roll {n} (roll of toilet paper)  :: rollo de papel higiénico
toilet water {n} (perfumed mixture of water and alcohol) SEE: eau de toilette  ::
Toisanese {adj} (Hoisanese) SEE: Hoisanese  ::
tokamak {n} /ˈtəʊkəmak/ (a toroidal chamber in which a plasma is magnetically confined)  :: Tokamak {m}
Tokelau {prop} (a territory of New Zealand in the Pacific)  :: Tokelau
Tokelauan {adj} (Pertaining to Tokelau, the Tokelauan people or language)  :: tokelaués
Tokelauan {n} (Person from Tokelau or of Tokelauan descent)  :: tokelaués
Tokelauan {prop} (Language)  :: tokelaués
token {adj} /ˈtoʊkən/ (merely symbolic)  :: simbólico {m}
toke tube {n} /təʊk tuːb/ (marijuana cigarette)  :: bate {m} [Honduras], canuto {m}, carruco {m} [Honduras], leño {m} [Honduras], porro {m}
Tokyo {prop} (capital of Japan)  :: Tokio {m}, [rare] Tokyo {m}
Tokyoite {adj} (relating to Tokyo)  :: tokiota, edoquiano
Tokyoite {n} (person from Tokyo)  :: tokiota {m} {f}, edoquiano {m}, edoquiana {f}
tolar {n} (currency of the Republic of Slovenia)  :: tólar {m}
told {v} (past participle)  :: dicho
told {v} /toʊld/ (simple past tense)  :: dijo
tolerable {adj} (Capable of being borne, tolerated or endured; bearable or endurable)  :: tolerable
tolerable {adj}  :: soportable, tolerable, aceptable
tolerance {n} (ability to tolerate)  :: tolerancia {f}
tolerance {n} (permitted deviation from standard)  :: tolerancia {f}
tolerance {n} /ˈtɒləɹəns/ (ability to endure pain or hardship)  :: tolerancia {f}
tolerant {adj} /ˈtɑːləɹənt/ (tending to permit, allow, understand, or accept something)  :: tolerante
toleratable {adj} (tolerable) SEE: tolerable  ::
tolerate {v} /ˈtɑl.ə.ɹeɪt/ (to allow without interference)  :: tolerar, soportar
to let {adj} (being advertised for rent (of a room or property)) SEE: for rent  ::
toll {n} /toʊl/ (fee for using roads and bridges)  :: peaje {m}
toll {n} (tollbooth) SEE: tollbooth  ::
toll {v} (entice) SEE: entice  ::
toll {v} (to make the noise of a bell)  :: tocar
toll booth {n} (a booth on a toll road or toll bridge where the toll is collected)  :: caseta de cobro {f}
toll road {n} (toll road) SEE: turnpike  ::
tollway {n} (turnpike) SEE: turnpike  ::
tolstovka {n} (kosovorotka) SEE: kosovorotka  ::
toluene {n} (liquid hydrocarbon)  :: tolueno {m}
Tolyatti {prop} (city)  :: Toliatti
tom {n} (drum type)  :: tamtan {m}
tom {n} (male of other animals)  :: macho {m}
tom {n} (male turkey) SEE: turkey-cock  ::
tom {n} /tɑm/ (male cat)  :: gato {m}
tomahawk {n} /ˈtɑ.mə.hɑk/ (American Indian axe)  :: tomahawk {m}
tomato {n} (fruit)  :: tomate {m}
tomato {n} /təˈmætoː/ (tomato plant)  :: tomate {m}
tomato juice {n} (juice made from tomatoes)  :: jugo de tomate {m}
tomato purée {n} (concentrated sauce made from tomatoes)  :: concentrado de tomate {m}
tomato sauce {n} (ketchup) SEE: ketchup  ::
tomato sauce {n} (pasta sauce)  :: salsa de tomate {f}
tomb {n} /tuːm/ (small building or vault for the remains of the dead)  :: tumba {f}
tomboy {n} /ˈtɒmbɔɪ/ (girl who acts as a typical boy would)  :: marimacha {f}, marimacho {m}
tombstone {n} (stone on grave)  :: lápida
tomcat {n} (tom) SEE: tom  ::
Tom, Dick and Harry {n} (anybody or everybody; random or unknown people)  :: Fulano, Mengano y Sotano {m}, cualquiera, Fulano, Zutano, Mengano y Perengano/Perensejo [usually the first three only]
tome {n} /toʊm/ (one in a series of volumes)  :: tomo {m}
tomfoolery {n} /ˌtɒmˈfuːl.ə.ɹi/ (foolish behaviour)  :: payasada {f}
Tommy gun {n} (Thompson submachine gun) SEE: Thompson submachine gun  ::
tomnoddy {n} (a fool or dunce)  :: burro {m}, imbécil {m} {f}
tomnoddy {n} /tɒmˈnɒdɪ/ (puffin) SEE: puffin  ::
tomography {n} (imaging by sections or sectioning)  :: tomografía {f}
tomorrow {adv} /təˈmɑɹoʊ/ (on the day after the present day)  :: mañana
tomorrow {n} (the day after the present day)  :: mañana {f}
tomorrow is another day {proverb} /təˈmɑɹoʊ ɪz əˈnʌðɚ deɪ/ (a phrase indicating that tomorrow will bring new opportunities)  :: mañana será otro día
tomorrow night {adv} (during the night of the day after)  :: mañana por la noche
tomorrow night {n} (night after the present day)  :: mañana por la noche
Tom Thumb {prop} (the thumb-sized hero of a fairy tale)  :: Pulgarcito {m}
-tomy {suffix} /-təmi/ (cutting, incision, section)  :: -tomía {f}
ton {n} /tʌn/ (unit of weight)  :: tonelada {f}
tonal {adj} (employing tones that have a predictable relationship to some tonic)  :: tonal
tonal {adj} /ˈtoʊnəl/ (of or relating to tones or tonality)  :: tonal
tone {n} (character of a sound, especially the timbre of an instrument or voice)  :: tono {m}
tone {n} (interval of a major second)  :: tono {m}
tone {n} (manner in which speech or writing is expressed)  :: tono {m}
tone {n} (pitch of a word that distinguishes a difference in meaning)  :: tono {m}
tone {n} (shade or quality of a colour)  :: tono {m}
tone {n} /toʊn/ (specific pitch, quality and duration; a note)  :: tono {m}
tone-deaf {adj} (unable to distinguish differences in pitch)  :: sin oído musical
tone mark {n} (tone mark)  :: marca de tono {f}
toneme {n} (phoneme)  :: tonema {m}
tone poem {n} (piece of symphonic music which has a narrative) SEE: symphonic poem  ::
toner {n} /ˈtoʊnɚ/ (powder used in laser printers and photocopiers)  :: tóner {m}
tong {n} /tɒŋ/ (An instrument or tool used for manipulating things in a fire without touching them with the hands)  :: tenaza {f}
tong {v} (to grab, manipulate or transport something using tongs)  :: usar tenaza
tong {v} (to use tongs)  :: usar tenaza
Tonga {prop} /ˈtɑŋ.ɡə/ (country)  :: Tonga
Tongan {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Tonga, Tongans or their language)  :: tongano {m}
Tongan {n} (person from Tonga or of Tongan descent)  :: tongano {m}, tongana {f}
Tongan {prop} (Austronesian language)  :: tongano {m}
tongs {n} /tɔŋz/ (an instrument)  :: pinzas {f-p}
tongue {n} (flap in a shoe)  :: lengüeta {f}
tongue {n} (language) SEE: language  ::
tongue {n} /tʌŋ/ (organ)  :: lengua {f}
tongue kiss {n} (kiss with contact between tongues)  :: beso con lengua {m}
tongue-tie {n} (oral anomaly) SEE: ankyloglossia  ::
tongue-twister {n} (phrase which is difficult to say)  :: trabalenguas {m}
tonic {n} (soda pop) SEE: soda pop  ::
tonic {n} /ˈtɒnɪk/ (tonic water) SEE: tonic water  ::
tonic water {n} (carbonated beverage)  :: tónica {f}, agua tónica {f}, [Latin America] aguaquina {f}
tonify {v}  :: tonificar
tonight {adv} (during today's nighttime)  :: esta noche, de noche
tonight {adv} /təˈnait/ (during today's evening)  :: esta noche, de noche
tonight {n} (nighttime today)  :: esta noche
tonne {n} /tʌn/ (1000 kilograms)  :: tonelada {f}, tonelada métrica {f}
tonsil {n} (any of the lymphoid masses)  :: amígdala
tonsil {n} /ˈtɑn.səl/ (palatine tonsil)  :: amígdala {f}, amígdala palatina {f}
tonsillitis {n} /tɒnsəˈlaɪtɪs/ (inflammation of the tonsils)  :: amigdalitis {f}
tonsillolith {n} (calculus)  :: tonsilolito {m}
tonsure {n} (bald patch resulting from being tonsured)  :: tonsura {f}
tonsure {n} (ritual shaving of this kind)  :: tonsura {f}
tonsure {v} /ˈtɒn.ʃə(ɹ)/ (shave the crown of the head)  :: tonsurar
tontine {n} /tɒnˈtiːn/  :: tontina {f}
too {adv} (more than enough; as too much)  :: demasiado
too {adv} /tu/ (likewise)  :: también
too bad {phrase} (That's a pity)  :: que lástima, ni modo [familiar, Mexico]
toodeloo {interj} (goodbye) SEE: goodbye  ::
tool {n} (equipment used in a profession)  :: herramienta {f}, utensilio {m}
tool {n} (penis)  :: instrumento {m}
tool {n} /tuːl/ (mechanical device intended to make a task easier)  :: herramienta {f}
toolbar {n} (row of icons in a graphical user interface)  :: barra de herramientas {f}
toolbox {n} (storage case for tools)  :: caja de instrumento
tooltip {n} (an element of a graphical user interface)  :: tooltip {m}
too many {determiner} (excessive)  :: demasiado
too many cooks spoil the broth {proverb} (with too many people a task won't be done very well)  :: muchas manos en un plato causan arrebato
too much {adv} /tu ˈmʌtʃ/ (excessively)  :: demasiado
toon {n} /tuːn]/ (town) SEE: town  ::
to one's knowledge {adv} (to one's knowledge)  :: que yo sepa, por lo que sepa
to one's way of thinking {prep} (in one's opinion) SEE: in one's opinion  ::
tooth {n} (gear tooth)  :: diente {m}
tooth {n} (saw tooth)  :: diente {m}
tooth {n} /tuːθ/ (biological tooth)  :: diente {m}
tooth and nail {adv} (viciously)  :: con uñas y dientes (with nails and teeth)
toothbrush {n} /ˈtuːθbɹʌʃ/ (brush for cleaning the teeth and tongue)  :: cepillo de dientes {m}, escobilla de dientes {f} [Chile, Peru]
toothed jelly mushroom {n} (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum) SEE: toothed jelly fungus  ::
tooth fairy {n} /tuːθ ˈfɛəɹɪ/ (a figure of modern myth)  :: ratoncito Pérez {m}
Tooth Fairy {n} (a figure of modern myth)  :: ratoncito Pérez {m}
toothless {adj} (Having no teeth)  :: desdentado
toothpaste {n} /ˈtuːθpeɪst/ (paste for cleaning the teeth)  :: crema dental {f}, pasta de dientes {f}, dentífrico {m}
toothpick {n} (stick for removing food residue from the area between the teeth)  :: palillo {m}, escarbadientes {m}, mondadientes {m}
top {adj} (informal: best)  :: máximo
top {adj} (on the top)  :: superior
top {n} (BDSM: dominant partner in a BDSM relationship or roleplay)  :: dominador {m}, dominadora {f}
top {n} (child’s spinning toy)  :: trompo {m}, pirinola {f}, peonza {f}
top {n} (garment worn to cover the torso)  :: top {m}
top {n} (gay sexual slang: gay man who likes to penetrate in sex)  :: activo {m}, hombre penetrador {m}, camote {m} [Mexico], mayate {m} [Mexico]
top {n} (lid, cap, cover)  :: tapa {f}, cubierta {f}, tapadera {f}
top {n} (top of a ship's mast)  :: cofa {f}
top {n} /tɑp/ (uppermost part)  :: cima {f}, parte superior {f}, parte de más arriba {f}
top {n} (uppermost part of a visual field)  :: cabecera {f}
top {v} (excel)  :: ser exitoso, ser un éxito, rendir, sobresalir, rematar
top {v} (to cover on the top or with a top)  :: cubrir
top {v} (to cut or remove the top)  :: despuntar
topaz {n} /ˈtoʊpæz/ (gem)  :: topacio {m}
tope {n} /toʊp/ (Galeorhinus galeus)  :: cazón {m}
toper {n} /ˈtəʊpə/ (drunkard) SEE: drunkard  ::
top hat {n} (a cylindrical hat)  :: sombrero de copa {m}
topic {n} (discussion thread) SEE: thread  ::
topic {n} /ˈtäpik/ (subject; theme)  :: tema {m}
topical {adj} /ˈtɒp.ɪ.kəl/ (applied to a localized part of the body)  :: tópico
topless {adj}  :: en topless, de topless
top notch {adj} (of the highest quality) SEE: top-notch  ::
top-notch {adj} (Of the highest level)  :: excelente, de primera clase
topnotch {adj} (of the highest level) SEE: top-notch  ::
topographer {n} (A person who studies or records topography)  :: topógrafo {m}, topógrafa {f}
topographic {adj} (of, or relating to topography)  :: topográfico
topography {n} /təˈpɑɡɹəfi/ (the features themselves (the terrain))  :: topografía {f}
topolect {n} (speech-form or lect of a particular place)  :: topolecto {m}
topological {adj} (of or relating to topology)  :: topológico
topological space {n} (a set with its topology)  :: espacio topológico {m}
topology {n} /təˈpɑlədʒi/ (study of geometric properties that are not changed by stretching etc.)  :: topología {f}
toponym {n} (placename) SEE: placename  ::
topos {n} /ˈtɒpɒs/ (literary theme)  :: tópico {m}
topping {n} /ˈtɑpɪŋ/ (food on top)  :: guarnición {f}
topple {v} (to push, throw over, overturn or overthrow something)  :: derribar
topple {v} (to totter and fall, or to lean as if about to do so)  :: recargar
top quark {n} (top quark)  :: quark cima {m}
topsail {n} /ˈtɒpslz/ (sail above the course sail)  :: gavia {f}
top secret {adj} (information classified at the highest level)  :: ultrasecreto {m}
topsy-turvy {adj} (backwards or upside down)  :: al revés
topsy-turvy {adj} (disorderly, chaotic)  :: desordenado, caotico
topsy-turvy {adv} (disorderly, chaotically)  :: desordenadamente; caotico
toque {n} /toʊk/ (chef) SEE: chef  ::
toqui {n} / ˈto.ki / (Mapuche war chief)  :: toqui
tor {n} (hill) SEE: hill  ::
tor {n} /tɔɹ/ (outcrop of rock)  :: risco {m}
Torah {prop} /tɔːɹə/ (the Five Books of Moses - the full body of Jewish law)  :: Torá {f}, Toráh {f}
torch {n} (flashlight) SEE: flashlight  ::
torch {n} /tɔɹtʃ/ (stick with flame at one end)  :: antorcha {f}
toreador {n} (a bullfighter)  :: torero, toreador {m}
torero {n} (bullfighter) SEE: toreador  ::
TORFL {acronym} (TORFL)  :: TORFL {m}, examen de ruso como lengua extranjera {m}
toric {adj} /tɔːɹɪk/ (pertaining to or shaped like a torus)  :: tórico
torment {n} /ˈtɔː(ɹ)mɛnt/ (extreme pain)  :: tormento
torment {v} (to cause severe suffering)  :: atormentar
tormentor {n} (someone who torments)  :: atormentador {m}
tornado {n} /tɔː(ɹ)ˈneɪ.dəʊ/ (column of air)  :: tornado {m}
Toronto {prop} /təˈɹɒn(t)oʊ/ (provincial capital on Ontario, Canada)  :: Toronto {m}
Torontonian {n} (native or inhabitant of Toronto)  :: habitante de Toronto
torpedo {n} (fish)  :: torpedo {m}, raya eléctrica {f}
torpedo {n} /tɔɹˈpi.doʊ/ (underwater weapon)  :: torpedo {m}
torpedo {v}  :: torpedear
torpedo {v} (to send a torpedo)  :: torpedear
torpedo {v} (to sink a ship with one of more torpedoes)  :: torpedear
torpedo {v} (to undermine or destroy any endeavor with a stealthy, powerful attack)  :: torpedear
torpedo bomber {n} (aircraft)  :: torpedero {m}
torpid {adj} (lazy, lethargic, apathetic)  :: torpe
torpor {n} /ˈtɔɹpɚ/ (being inactive or stuporous)  :: torpeza {f}, torpor {m} {f}
torque {n} /tɔː(ɹ)k/ (a rotational or twisting force)  :: par de torsión {m}, par motor {m}, momento de fuerza {m}, par de fuerzas {m}, par {m}
torque wrench {n} (lockpicking tool) SEE: torsion wrench  ::
torrefy {v} /ˈtɔ.ɹɪ.faɪ/ (to subject to intense heat)  :: asar, torrefacer
Torrejón de Ardoz {prop} (city)  :: Torrejón de Ardoz
torrent {n} /ˈtɔɹ.ənt/ (violent flow, as of water etc.)  :: torrente {m}
torrential {adj} /tɔˈɹɛnt.ʃəl/ (coming or characterized by torrents; flowing heavily or in large quantities)  :: diluviano, torrencial
torrid {adj} (full of intense emotions...)  :: torrido {m}
torrid {adj} /ˈtɔɹɪd/ (very hot and dry)  :: torrido {m}
torsalo {n} (Dermatobia hominis)  :: tórsalo {m}
torsion {n} (that force with which a thread, wire, or rod tends to return to a state of rest after it has been twisted)  :: elasticidad {f}
torsion {n} /ˈtɔː.ʃən/ (the act of turning or twisting)  :: torsión {f}
torso {n} /ˈtɔɹ.soʊ/ (body excluding the head and limbs)  :: torso {m}
tort {n} /tɔːt/ (law: wrongful act causing injury)  :: agravio {m}
tortfeasor {n} /ˈtɔːtˌfiːzə/ (person who commits a tort)  :: agraviador {m}, agresor {m}, injuriador {m}
tortilla {n} (Spanish omelette) SEE: Spanish omelette  ::
tortilla {n} /tɔɹˈti.ə/ (a flat round bread)  :: tortilla de harina de trigo {f}, tortilla de harina {f}, tortilla de trigo {f}, tortilla {f}
tortilla chip {n} (chip made from corn tortilla)  :: totopo {m}
tortoise {n} /ˈtɔːɹ.təs/ (land-dwelling reptile)  :: [tortoise or turtle] tortuga {f}, tortuga terrestre {f}, morrocoy {m} [Venezuela]
tortoise shell {n} (shell of a tortoise)  :: caparazón de tortuga {m}
tortoiseshell {adj} (made of covering of carapace of hawksbill turtle)  :: de carey {m}
tortoiseshell {n} /ˈtɔː(ɹ)təs.ˌʃɛl/ (covering of carapace of hawksbill turtle)  :: carey {m}
Tortonian {n}  :: Tortoniense
tortuous {adj} /ˈtɔɹt͡ʃuəs/  :: tortuoso
torture {n} (intentional causing of somebody's experiencing agony)  :: tortura {f}
torture {v} (to intentionally inflict unnecessary pain or suffering on helpless victims)  :: torturar
torus {n} (shape in 3-dimensional Euclidean space)  :: toro {m}
torus {n} /ˈtɔːɹəs/ (topological space)  :: toro {m}
Tosk {prop} (Tosk)  :: tosco
toss {n} (toss of a coin before a match)  :: lanzar una moneda al aire, echar un volado
toss {n} /tɔs/ (throw, a lob, of a ball)  :: tiro {m}, lanzamiento {m}
toss {v} (to discard)  :: tirar, desechar
toss {v} (to stir or mix (a salad))  :: mezclar, revolver
toss {v} (to throw with an initial upward direction)  :: lanzar
toss and turn {v} (unable to lie still)  :: dar vueltas en la cama
tosser {n} (wanker) SEE: wanker  ::
tostone {n} (Mexican dish of fried, sliced plantain)  :: tostón
tot {n} (small child)  :: infante
total {adj} (complete)  :: total
total {adj} (entire)  :: total
total {n} (sum)  :: suma {f}
total {n} /ˈtəʊ.təl/ (amount)  :: total {m}
total eclipse {n} (eclipse in which the eclipsed body is completely obscured to the viewer)  :: eclipse total {m}
totalitarian {adj} (related to the system of government)  :: totalitario {m}, totalitaria {f}
totalitarianism {n} (system where state wields absolute control)  :: totalitarismo
totalizer {n} (person or object that totals)  :: totalizador
totally {adv} /ˈtoʊt.(ə)l.i/ (In a total manner; completely)  :: totalmente
total order {n} (relation)  :: orden total {m}
to taste {prep} (depending on personal taste)  :: al gusto
totem {n} /ˈtoʊtəm/ (natural object or living creature that serves as an emblem of a tribe)  :: tótem {m}
totemic {adj} (serving as, or relating to, a totem)  :: totémico
totem pole {n} (sculpture)  :: tótem {m}
to that end {prep} (therefore) SEE: therefore  ::
to the full {adv} (fully, completely)  :: a tope
to the letter {adv} (idiomatic for “literally”, following the rules as they're written)  :: a la letra, al pie de la letra, al dedillo
to the max {prep} (to the maximum possible degree or extent)  :: a tope
to the max {prep} (very) SEE: very  ::
to the power of {prep} (indicating an exponent)  :: a la, elevado a la
to thine own self be true {proverb} (proverb)  :: sé sincero contigo mismo
totipotence {n} (totipotency) SEE: totipotency  ::
totipotent {adj} (exhibiting totipotency)  :: totipotente
Tottori {prop} (Tottori, Japan)  :: Tottori
tot up {v} (to calculate the sum of)  :: adicionar
toucan {n} /ˈtuːˌkæn/ (Ramphastid)  :: tucán {m}
toucan crossing {n} (pelican crossing) SEE: pelican crossing  ::
touché {interj} (acknowledgement)  :: afectado {m}
touché {interj} /tuːˈʃeɪ/ (fencing hit)  :: simon
touch {n}  :: [1] toque {m}, [1] tacto {m}, [2] contacto {m}
touch {n} (act of touching)  :: toque
touch {n} (style or technique)  :: toque {m}
touch {v} (affect emotionally)  :: conmover
touch {v} /tʌt͡ʃ/ (make physical contact with)  :: tocar
touchable {adj} (Capable of being touched)  :: tocable {m} {f}
touchdown {n} /ˈtʌtʃdaʊn/ (football score)  :: touchdown {m}
touched {adj} /tʌtʃt/ (mentally deficient) SEE: touched in the head  ::
touched in the head {adj} (slightly mentally deficient)  :: tocado de la cabeza
touchily {adv} (in a touchy manner)  :: irritablemente
touch on {v} (mention briefly)  :: tocar
touchpad {n} (flat surface which is sensitive to touch)  :: touchpad {m}
touch screen {n} (input/output device)  :: pantalla táctil {f}
touchstone {n} (A standard of comparison or evaluation)  :: norma {f}
touchstone {n} (A stone used to test the quality of gold alloys)  :: piedra de toque {f}, toque {m}
touch wood {interj} (hopefully; said when touching something wooden) SEE: knock on wood  ::
touch wood {v} (to make contact with wood or another material to avert bad luck) SEE: knock on wood  ::
tough {adj} (difficult or demanding)  :: de mano dura {mf}
tough {adj} (harsh or severe)  :: severo
tough {adj} (rugged or physically hardy)  :: resistente
tough {adj} (stubborn) SEE: stubborn  ::
tough {adj} /tʌf/ (resilient) SEE: resilient  ::
tough {interj} (lack of sympathy)  :: ni modo
tough {v} (endure) SEE: endure  ::
tough {v} (toughen) SEE: toughen  ::
tough out {v} (endure) SEE: endure  ::
Toulouse {prop} (a city in France)  :: Toulouse, Tolosa [traditional]
toupe {n} /tuːˈpeɪ/ (hairpiece) SEE: toupee  ::
toupee {n} /tuːˈpeɪ/ (wig)  :: peluca de hombre {f}, peluquín, bisoñé {m}
tour {n} /tɔː(ɹ)/ (journey through given list of places)  :: gira
tour {v} (to make a circuit)  :: recorrer
tour {v} (to make a journey)  :: recorrer
tour de force {n} (Feat demonstrating brilliance or mastery in a field)  :: hazaña {f}, proeza {f}
Tour de France {prop} /ˌtʊɹ də ˈfɹæns/ (annual long-distance cycling race through France)  :: Tour de Francia {m}
Tourette syndrome {n} (disorder characterized by tics)  :: síndrome de Tourette {m}
tour guide {n} (person who provides assistance and information to people on organised tours)  :: guía turístico {m} {f}
tourism {n} (collectively, the tourists visiting a place or landmark)  :: turismo {m}
tourism {n} /tɔːɹɪz(ə)m/ (the act of travelling or sightseeing)  :: turismo {m}
tourist {n} (someone who travels for pleasure)  :: turista {m} {f}
touristic {adj} (catering to tourists)  :: turístico
tourist office {n} (an office which provides information for tourists)  :: oficina de turismo {f}
tourmaline {n} /ˈtʊəɹməliːn/ (both senses)  :: turmalina {f}
tournament {n} (series of games)  :: torneo {m}, campeonato {m}
tournament {n} /ˈtʊɹnəmɪnt/ ((historical) series of battles)  :: torneo {m}, justa {f}
tourniquet {n} /ˈtɝː.nɪ.kɪt/ (a tightly compressed bandage used to stop bleeding)  :: torniquete {m}
tour of duty {n} (period of time spent on a specific assignment, especially on an overseas mission)  :: misión {f}
tour operator {n} (travel agency) SEE: travel agency  ::
tout {v} /taʊt/ (To flaunt, to publicize/publicise; to boast or brag; to promote)  :: presumir
tovarish {n} /tɒˈvɑːɹɪʃ/ (comrade) SEE: comrade  ::
tow {n} (act of towing)  :: remolque {m}
tow {n} (cable used in towing)  :: remolque {m}
tow {n} (something that is towed)  :: remolque {m}
tow {n} (something that tows)  :: remolque {m}, remolcador {m} (boat)
tow {v} /toʊ/ (pull something using a line)  :: remolcar
toward {prep} (for the purpose of)  :: para
toward {prep} (in relation to)  :: sobre, hacia
toward {prep} (located near)  :: hacia
toward {prep} /tʊˈwɔːɹd/ (in the direction of)  :: hacia
towards {prep} /tʊˈwɔːɹdz/ (toward) SEE: toward  ::
towboat {n} (boat designed to push barges)  :: remolcador {m}
towel {n} /taʊl/ (cloth used for wiping)  :: toalla {f}
towelling {n} (terry cloth) SEE: terry cloth  ::
towel rail {n} (a rail, sometimes heated, in a bathroom on which towels are hung to dry)  :: toallero {m}
tower {n} ((figuratively) any item that is higher than it is wide)  :: torre {f}
tower {n} (Tarot card)  :: la casa de dios
tower {n} /ˈtaʊɚ/ (structure)  :: torre {f}
Tower of Babel {prop} (tower erected at Babel)  :: Torre de Babel {f}
Tower of London {prop} (a fortress in London)  :: torre de Londres {f}
tower over {v} (to be considerably taller than)  :: sobresalir
tow-haired {adj}  :: claro {m}, de pelo claro, de cabello claro, aclarado {m}
towhee {n} /ˈtaʊhiː/ (bird)  :: toquí {m}
to whom it may concern {phrase} (salutation) SEE: to whom this may concern  ::
to whom this may concern {phrase} (phrase used to begin a formal letter to an unknown recipient)  :: a quien corresponda, a quien pueda concernir
to wit {adv} (namely, specifically)  :: a saber
town {n} /taʊn/ (settlement)  :: ciudad {f}, pueblo {m}
town gas {n} (manufactured gas supplied to consumers)  :: gas ciudad {m}
town hall {n} (a building that houses the local government offices of a town)  :: ayuntamiento {m}
townhouse {n} (row house) SEE: rowhouse  ::
townhouse {n} (town hall) SEE: town hall  ::
town planning {n} (planning of an urban environment)  :: planificación urbana {f}
township {n} /ˈtaʊnʃɪp/ (territory of a town)  :: municipio {m}
town square {n} (an open area in a town)  :: plaza {f}
towrope {n} (a rope for towing)  :: sirga {f}
tow truck {n} /ˈtoʊ.tɹʌk/ (motor vehicle for towing)  :: grúa {f}, remolque {m}
toxaemia {n} (toxemia) SEE: toxemia  ::
toxic {adj} /ˈtɑk.sɪk/ (having a harmful chemical nature)  :: tóxico {m}
toxicity {n} (degree)  :: toxicidad {f}
toxicological {adj} (of or pertaining to toxicology)  :: toxicológico
toxicologist {n} (scientist or physician who speciality is toxicology)  :: toxicólogo {m}, toxicóloga {f}
toxicology {n} (scientific study of poisons and poisoning)  :: toxicología {f}
toxicomania {n} (desire for intoxicants)  :: toxicomanía {f}
toxic shock syndrome {n} (acute infection)  :: síndrome del shock tóxico {m}
toxin {n} (a toxic or poisonous substance)  :: toxina {f}
toxoplasmosis {n} (disease caused by Toxoplasma gondii)  :: toxoplasmosis {f}
toy {n} /tɔɪ/ (something to play with)  :: juguete {m}
toy {v} (to play with, to mock)  :: jugar con alguien
toy {v} (to ponder or consider)  :: darle vueltas a una idea
Toyama {prop} (a city in Japan)  :: Toyama
toybox {n} (box for storing toys)  :: jugetero {m}
toymaker {n} (craftsman who makes toys)  :: jugetero {m}
toyon {n} (evergreen shrub)  :: tollón {m}
trace {n} (mark left as a sign of passage)  :: huella {f}, rastro {m}, traza {f}
trace {n} ((mathematics) sum of the diagonal elements of a square matrix)  :: traza {f}
trace {n} /tɹeɪs/ (act of tracing)  :: calcar
trace {v} (to copy onto a sheet of transparent paper)  :: calcar
trace {v} (to draw or sketch)  :: trazar
traceability {n} /ˌtɹeɪsəˈbɪlɪti/ (ability to trace a process)  :: trazabilidad {f}
trace element {n} (chemical element in an organism’s diet)  :: oligoelemento {m}, microelemento {m}
trachea {n} /ˈtɹeiki.ə/ (thin-walled, cartilaginous tube connecting the larynx to the bronchi)  :: tráquea {f}
tracheal {adj} (of or pertaining to the trachea)  :: traqueal
tracheophyte {n} /ˈtɹeɪki.əˌfaɪt/ (plant possessing vascular tissue) SEE: vascular plant  ::
tracheotomy {n} (surgery to insert a tube into the neck)  :: traqueotomía
trachoma {n} (infectious disease)  :: tracoma {m}
trachyte {n} /ˈtɹeɪkʌɪt/ (pale igneous rock)  :: traquita {f}
tracing paper {n} (translucent paper)  :: papel de calco {m}
track {n} (caterpillar track) SEE: caterpillar track  ::
track {n} (circular data storage unit on a side of magnetic or optical disk)  :: pista
track {n} (mark or impression left by the foot)  :: huella
track {n} (permanent way; the rails)  :: vía {f}
track {n} (physical track on a record)  :: surco {m}
track {n} /tɹæk/ (mark left by something that has passed along)  :: rastro, huella
track and field {n} (group of athletic sports)  :: atletismo {m}
trackless {adj} (not running on tracks)  :: destraciado, destraciada {f}
trackpad {n} (touchpad) SEE: touchpad  ::
tracksuit {n} (garment)  :: buzo {m} [Chile, Peru], chándal {m} [Spain], jogging {m} [Argentina, Uruguay – pronounced 'yóguin'], mono {m} [Venezuela], pants {m-p} [Mexico], sudadera {f} [Colombia], chándal {m}
tract {n} (a brief treatise)  :: tratado {m},
tract {n} (an area)  :: extensión {f}
tract {n} (a series of connected body organs)  :: tracto {m}, aparato
tract {n} (a small booklet)  :: folleto {m}
traction {n} (mechanically applied sustained pull, especially to a limb)  :: tracción {f}
traction {n} /ˈtɹæk.ʃən/ (act of pulling something along a surface using motive power)  :: tracción {f}
tractor {n} /ˈtɹæktə/ (farm vehicle)  :: tractor {m}
tractor beam {n} (science fiction device)  :: rayo tractor {m}
trade {n} /tɹeɪd/ (buying and selling)  :: comercio {m}, gremio {m}
trade {v} (exchange)  :: comerciar
trade away {v} (to relinquish)  :: ː renunciar a, abandonar, entregar
trade deficit {n} (negative balance of trade)  :: déficit comercial {m}
trade fair {n} (exhibition for a particular field)  :: feria {f}, feria de muestras {f}
trade in {v} (to give a piece of merchandise as part of the payment)  :: intercambiar
trademark {n} /ˈtɹeɪdmɑː(ɹ)k/ (identification of a company's product)  :: marca registrada {f}, marca {f}
trade name {n} (business or firm)  :: nombre comercial {m}
trade name {n} (name used to identify a commercial product or service)  :: nombre comercial {m}
tradeoff {n} (advantage that necessitates loss) SEE: trade-off  ::
trade-off {n} (situation in which one thing must be decreased for another to be increased)  :: dilema
trader {n} /ˈtɹeɪdɚ/ (one who gains a livelihood from trading)  :: comerciante {m} {f}
trade surplus {n} (positive balance of trade)  :: superávit comercial {m}
trade union {n} (organization)  :: sindicato {m}
trade unionist {n} (a member of a trade union) SEE: unionist  ::
trade wind {n} /ˈtɹeɪdˑwɪnd/ (steady wind)  :: vientos alisios {m-p}
trading card {n} /ˈtɹeɪd.ɪŋ ˌkɑɹd/ (collectible card featuring information of interest to purchasers)  :: cromo {m}, lámina {f}
trading floor {n}  :: piso de remates {m}
trading partner {n} (country that another country does business with)  :: socio comercial {m}
trading post {n} (place where trading of goods takes place)  :: puesto comercial {m}
tradition {n} /tɹəˈdɪʃən/ (a part of culture that is passed from person to person or generation to generation)  :: tradición {f}
traditional {adj} /tɹəˈdɪʃənəl/ (of or pertaining to tradition)  :: tradicional
Traditional Chinese {prop} (Chinese written using traditional characters)  :: chino tradicional {m}
traditional Chinese medicine {n} (medical practices of Chinese culture)  :: medicina china tradicional {f}
traditionally {adv} /tɹəˈdɪʃəˌnəli/ (traditional manner)  :: tradicionalmente
traduce {v} /tɹəˈdus/ (to malign by making malicious and false or defamatory statements)  :: calumniar, difamar
traduce {v} (to pass into another form of expression)  :: traducir
traduce {v} (to pass on; to transmit)  :: legar
traducer {n} (someone or something that translates languages) SEE: translator  ::
traductology {n} (study of theory and practice of translating and interpreting)  :: traductología
Trafalgar {prop} (A headland in Province of Cádiz)  :: Trafalgar
traffic {n} (illegal trade or exchange of goods, often drugs)  :: trata {f}
traffic {n} (pedestrians or vehicles on roads or on the air)  :: tráfico {m}, tránsito {m} [Latin America]
traffic {n}  :: tráfico {m}
traffic {v} (To trade meanly or mercenarily;)  :: traficar
trafficator {n} (blinking light) SEE: indicator  ::
traffic circle {n} (an intersection with a circular shape and, usually, a central island)  :: glorieta {f}, redondel {m}, rotonda {f}
traffic cone {n} (cone-shaped marker)  :: cono de tráfico {m}
traffic island {n} (stretch of raised concrete)  :: camellón {m}, mediana {f} [Spain]
traffic jam {n} (situation in which all road traffic is stationary or very slow)  :: embotellamiento {m}, atasco {m} [Spain], caravana {f} [Spain], cola {f} [Venezuela], fila {f} [Guatemala], presa {f} [Costa Rica], taco {m} [Chile], tapón {m} [Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico], trabazón {m} [El Salvador], tranca {f} [Venezuela], trancón {m} [Colombia, Ecuador], tranque {m} [Cuba, Panama]
trafficking {n} (human trafficking) SEE: human trafficking  ::
trafficking {n} (the distributing of illegal drugs) SEE: drug trafficking  ::
traffic light {n} (signalling device)  :: semáforo {m}
traffic sign {n} (traffic sign)  :: señal de tráfico {f}
tragedy {n} (disastrous event, especially one involving great loss of life or injury)  :: tragedia {f}
tragedy {n} (drama or similar work)  :: tragedia {f}
tragedy {n} (genre of such works, and the art of producing them)  :: tragedia {f}
tragic {adj} (relating to tragedy)  :: trágico {m}
tragic {adj} /ˈtɹædʒɪk/ (causing great sadness)  :: trágico {m}
tragicomedy {n} (drama that combines elements of tragedy and comedy)  :: tragicomedia {f}
tragicomic {adj} (related to tragicomedy)  :: tragicómico
tragus {n} (small piece of thick cartilage of the external ear)  :: trago
trail {n} (route for travel over land)  :: sendero {m}
trail {n} (track followed by a hunter)  :: pista {f}, rastro {m}
trail {v} (drag behind)  :: arrastrar
trail {v} /tɹeɪl/ (follow behind)  :: seguir
trailblazer {n} (innovative leader)  :: pionero {m}, colonizador {m}, colono {m}
trailer {n} (furnished vehicle towed behind another, used as a dwelling when stationary)  :: caravana {f}, casa rodante {f}, [Spain] rulota {f}
trailer {n} (preview of a film)  :: avance {m}, tráiler {m}
trailer {n} /ˈtɹeɪlɚ/ (unpowered wheeled vehicle that is towed behind another, and used to carry equipment, with the exception of a caravan)  :: remolque {m}, acoplado {m}
trailer {n} (vehicle towed behind another, used for carrying equipment)  :: tráiler {m}, acoplado {m}
train {n} (group of animals, vehicles, or people)  :: caravana {f}
train {n} /tɹeɪn/ (line of connected cars or carriages)  :: tren {m}
train {n} (that which is drawn along)  :: cola {f}
train {v} (to improve one's fitness)  :: entrenar
train {v} (to practice an ability)  :: entrenar, entrenarse
train {v} (to teach a task)  :: entrenar
train-bearer {n} (attendant who supports the train)  :: caudatario {m}, caudataria {f}
train crossing {n} (level crossing) SEE: level crossing  ::
trainee {n} /tɹeɪ.ni/ (someone being formally trained in a workplace)  :: practicante {m} {f}
trainer {n} (running shoe)  :: tenis {f}
trainer {n} /ˈtɹeɪnɚ/ (person who trains another; coach)  :: entrenador {m}, amaestrador {m}
training {n} /ˈtɹeɪnɪŋ/ (training)  :: capacitación {f}, entrenamiento {m}
training collar {n} (choke collar) SEE: choke collar  ::
training wheels {n} (pair of small wheels attached to a child's bicycle)  :: ruedines [Spain], llantas de entrenamiento [Mexico], rueditas [Argentina]
train of thoughts {n} (train of thought) SEE: train of thought  ::
train station {n} (place where trains stop for passengers) SEE: railway station  ::
train wreck {n} (disaster)  :: desastre total {m}
trait {n} /tɹeɪ/ (an identifying characteristic, habit or trend)  :: rasgo {m}, característica {f}
traitor {adj} (traitorous)  :: traidor
traitor {n} (a betrayer)  :: traidor {m}
traitor {n} /ˈtɹeɪtɚ/ (one who violates his allegiance and betrays his/her country)  :: traidor {m}, traidora {f}
traitorous {adj} (characteristic of a traitor)  :: traicionero, traidor
Trajan {prop} (the Roman emperor)  :: Trajano {m}
trajectory {n} /tɹəˈdʒɛktəɹɪ/ (path of a body)  :: trayectoria {f}
tram {n} /tɹam/ (passenger vehicle)  :: tranvía {m}
tramcar {n} (streetcar) SEE: streetcar  ::
trammel {n} (Something that impedes activity, freedom, or progress)  :: traba
trammel {v} (To entangle, as in a net)  :: trabar
trammel {v} (To hamper)  :: trabar
tramp {n} (promiscuous woman)  :: golfa {f}, ramera {f}, puta {f}, prostituta {f}
tramp {n} /tɹæmp/ (homeless person)  :: vagabundo {m}, vagabunda {f}
tramp {v} (to hitchhike) SEE: hitchhike  ::
tramper {n} /ˈtɹæmpɚ/ (recreational walker) SEE: hiker  ::
trample {n} (the sound of heavy footsteps)  :: pisoteada {f}, pisoteo {m}
trample {v} ((intransitive) to cause emotional injury as if by trampling)  :: ofender, humillar
trample {v} ((intransitive) to walk heavily and destructively)  :: pisotear
trample {v} (to treat someone harshly)  :: pisotear, maltratar, humillar
trample {v} ((transitive) to crush something by walking on it)  :: pisotear, hollar
trampoline {n} /ˈtɹæmpəliːn/ (gymnastic and recreational device)  :: trampolín {m}
trance {n} /tɹæns/ (A genre of electronic dance music)  :: trance {m}
tranche {n} /tɹæntʃ/ (slice) SEE: slice  ::
tranquil {adj} (calm; without motion or sound)  :: tranquilo, apacible
tranquil {adj} /ˈtɹæŋ.kwɪl/ (free from emotional disturbance)  :: tranquilo
tranquillity {n} (the absence of disturbance; peacefulness)  :: tranquilidad {f}
tranquillity {n} (the absence of stress; serenity)  :: tranquilidad {f}
tranquillity {n} (the state of being tranquil)  :: tranquilidad {f}
trans- {prefix} (across, through, over, beyond, to or on the other side of, outside of)  :: trans-, tras-
transacetylase {n} (transacetylase)  :: acetiltransferasa {f}
transaction {n} /tɹænˈzækʃən/  :: transacción {f}
transaminase {n} (biochemistry: any of a group of enzymes that catalyzes transamination)  :: aminotransferasa {f}
transatlantic {adj} (spanning or crossing the Atlantic)  :: transatlántico
transaxial plane {n} (transverse plane) SEE: transverse plane  ::
Transcaucasia {prop} /ˌtɹænskɔːˈkeɪzjə]/ (region of southwest Asia) SEE: South Caucasus  ::
transceive {v} /tɹænˈsiv/ (transmit and receive)  :: transceptar
transcend {v} /tɹæn(t)ˈsɛnd/ (to pass beyond the limits of something)  :: trascender
transcendental {adj} (in mathematics)  :: trascendental
transcendental {adj} (supernatural)  :: trascendental
transcendental {adj} /ˌtɹænsɛnˈdɛntəl/ (independent of experience)  :: trascendental
transcendentally {adv} (in a transcendental manner)  :: trascendentalmente, transcendentalmente
transclude {v} (institute a programming step of substituting a template)  :: transcluir
transclusion {n}  :: transclusión {f}
transcreation {n} (adaptation)  :: transcreación {f}
transcribe {v} (linguistics: to represent speech by phonetic symbols)  :: transcribir
transcribe {v} (music: to adapt a composition)  :: transcribir
transcribe {v} (to convert a representation of language into another)  :: transcribir
transcriber {n} (person who transcribes)  :: transcriptor
transcript {n} (inventory of courses and grades)  :: expediente académico {m}
transcript {n} (sequence of RNA produced by transcription)  :: transcrito
transcript {n} /ˈtɹænskɹɪpt/ (something which has been transcribed)  :: transcripción
transcript {n} (written version of what was said orally)  :: transcripción
transcription {n} (in genetics)  :: transcripción {f}
transcription {n} /tɹænˈskɹɪpʃən/ (in linguistics)  :: transcripción {f}
transcriptional {adj} (Of or pertaining to transcription)  :: transcripcional
transculturation {n}  :: transculturación
transcutaneous {adj} (passing through intact skin)  :: transcutáneo
transect {n} (a path along which a researcher moves, counts and records his observations)  :: transecto {m}
transfected {adj} (Infected with nucleic acid)  :: transfectado
transfer {n} (act)  :: transferencia {f}
transfer {n} (design)  :: calco {m}, impreso {m}
transfer {n} (genetics)  :: transferencia
transfer {v} /tɹænsˈfɝ/ (to move or pass from one place, person or thing to another)  :: transferir
transfer {v} (to be or become transferred)  :: transferir
transfer {v} (to convey the impression of something from one surface to another)  :: calcar, imprimir
transferase {n} (enzyme which catalyses the transfer of a functional group)  :: transferasa {f}
transference {n} (term used in psychology)  :: transferencia {f}
transference {n} (the act of conveying or transfering)  :: transferencia {f}
transfer RNA {n} (short-chain RNA)  :: ARN de transferencia {m}
transfer tax {n} (a transaction fee imposed on the transfer of title to property)  :: impuesto de transferencia {m}
transfer window {n} (period during which transfers can be made)  :: ventana de transferencias {f}
transfigure {v} (transform the outward appearance )  :: transfigurar
transform {v} /tɹænzˈfɔɹm/ (change greatly the appearance or form of)  :: trasformar
transformation {n} /tɹæns.fɔɹ.meɪ.ʃən/ (act of transforming)  :: transformación {f}
transformer {n} /tɹænsˈfɔɹmɚ/ (device that changes the characteristics of AC electricity)  :: transformador {m}
transfuge {n} (deserter) SEE: deserter  ::
transfuge {n} (turncoat) SEE: turncoat  ::
transfuse {v} (transfuse (all senses))  :: transfundir
transfusion {n} (medicine: the transfer of blood or blood products from one individual to another)  :: transfusión {f}
transgender {adj} /tɹanzˈdʒɛndə/ (not identifying with culturally conventional gender roles)  :: transgénero {m}, transgénera {f}
transgender {n} (a transgender person)  :: transgénero {m}, transgénera {f}
transgenic {adj} /tɹɑːnzˈdʒɛnɪk/ (genetically modified)  :: transgénico
transgress {v} (to act in violation of some law)  :: transgredir
transhumance {n} /tɹænzˈhjuːməns/ (the movement of people with their grazing animals to new pastures)  :: trashumancia {f}
transient {adj} (passing or disappearing with time; transitory)  :: transitorio
transient {n} (traveller)  :: trotamundo, transeunte, transeunte
transistor {n} (solid-state semiconductor device, with three terminals)  :: transistor {m}
transistor {n} (transistor radio) SEE: transistor radio  ::
transit {n} /ˈtɹæn.zɪt/ (The act of passing over, across, or through something)  :: tránsito {m}
transit {n} (The conveyance of people or goods from one place to another)  :: transporte {m}
transit {n} (The passage of a celestial body)  :: pasaje {m}
transit {v} (astronomy: to make a transit)  :: transitar
transit {v} (to pass over, across or through something)  :: atravesar
transit {v} (to revolve an instrument about its horizontal axis so as to reverse its direction)  :: girar
transition {n} /tɹænˈzɪʃən/ (process of change from one form, state, style or place to another)  :: transición {f}
transition element {n} (in chemistry)  :: elemento de transición {m}
transition metal {n} (transition element)  :: metal de transición {m}
transitive {adj} (grammar, of a verb: taking an object or objects)  :: transitivo
transitive {adj} (making a transit or passage)  :: transitivo
transitive {adj} (set theory, of a relation on a set)  :: transitivo
transitively {adv} (in a transitive manner)  :: transitivamente
transitive verb {n} (a verb that is accompanied by a direct object)  :: verbo transitivo {m}
transitory {adj} /ˈtɹæn.zɪˌtɔɹ.i/ (lasting only a short time)  :: transitorio, pasajero
translatable {adj} (capable of being translated into another language)  :: traducible
translate {v} /ˈtɹænzleɪt/ (to change text from one language to another)  :: traducir
translate {v} (to change from one medium to another)  :: traducir, trasladar
translatese {n} (Awkwardness or ungrammaticality of translation) SEE: translationese  ::
translation {n} (genetics: process for producing proteins)  :: traducción
translation {n} (math, physics: motion without deformation or rotation)  :: traslación {f}
translation {n} (of forces in a gearbox)  :: transmisión {f}
translation {n} (result of translating between languages)  :: traducción {f}
translation {n} /tɹænzˈleɪʃən/ (act of translating between languages)  :: traducción {f}
translationary {adj} (shifting of coordinate axes)  :: traslacional
translationary {adj} (translation of language)  :: traduccional
translation dictionary {n} (dictionary that provides translations between two or more languages)  :: diccionario de traducciones
translation memory {n} (database that stores previously translated content)  :: memoria de tradución {f}
translation studies {n} (study of theory and practice of translating and interpreting)  :: traductología {f}
translative {n} (translative case) SEE: translative case  ::
translatology {n} (study of theory and practice of translating and interpreting) SEE: translation studies  ::
translator {n} /ˈtɹænzleɪtɚ/ (someone who translates)  :: traductor {m}, traductora {f}
translatress {n} (A woman who translates)  :: traductora {f}
translingual {adj} (Existing in multiple languages)  :: interlingüe {m}
transliterate {v} (to represent letters or words in the characters of another alphabet or script)  :: transliterar
transliteration {n} (product of transliterating)  :: transcripción {f}, transliteración {f}
translocation {n} (displacement, substitution)  :: traslado, translocación
translocation {n} (genetics: transfer of chromosomal segment)  :: traslocación
translocator {n} (translocon) SEE: translocon  ::
translucent {adj} (clear, lucid, or transparent)  :: claro
translucent {adj} /tɹænzˈluː.sənt/ (allowing light to pass through, but diffusing it)  :: translúcido {m}, translúcida {f}
trans man {n} (a female-to-male transgender or transsexual person)  :: hombre transgénero {m}, transexual masculino {m}, transhombre {m} [slang]
transmembranal {adj} (occurring across a membrane)  :: transmembranal
transmembrane {adj} (Traversing a cellular membrane)  :: transmembranal
transmigrate {v} (to migrate to another country)  :: transmigrar
transmigrate {v} (to pass into another body after death)  :: transmigrar
transmigration {n} (departure)  :: migración {f}
transmigration {n} (movement of a soul)  :: transmigración {f}
transmissible spongiform encephalopathy {n} (any fatal, degenerative disease transmitted by prions)  :: encefalopatía spongiforma transmisible {f}
transmission {n} (passing of a communicable disease)  :: transmisión
transmission {n} /tɹænsˈmɪʃən/ (assembly of gears)  :: caja de cambios {f}
transmission {n}  :: transmisión {f}
transmission tower {n} (electricity pylon) SEE: electricity pylon  ::
transmit {v} /tɹænsˈmɪt/  :: transmitir
transmitter {n} (electronic device)  :: transmisor
transmitter {n} (something that transmits something)  :: transmisor
transmontane {adj} /ˌtɹænz.mɑnˈteɪn/ (of or relating to the other side of the mountains)  :: transmontano
transmute {v} (to convert one thing into another)  :: transmutar, trasladar; transmutarse, trasladarse
Transnistria {prop} (Transnistria, an autonomous territory in Moldova)  :: Transnistria {f}
transom {n} /ˈtɹænsəm/ (crosspiece over a door)  :: travesaño {m}
transom {n} (transom window) SEE: transom window  ::
transparency {n} /tɹænsˈpɛɹənsi/ (quality of being transparent; transparence)  :: transparencia {f}
transparency {n} (transparent object)  :: transparencia {f}
transparent {adj} (obvious)  :: transparente
transparent {adj} (open, publicly visible)  :: transparente
transparent {adj} /tɹænsˈpɛɹənt/ (see-through, clear)  :: transparente
transparent {adj}  :: transparente
transparently {adv} (in a transparent manner)  :: transparentemente
transphobe {n} (person who fears or has a negative perception of trans people)  :: tránsfobo {m}, tránsfoba {f}, transfóbico {m}, transfóbica {f}
transphobia {n} (fear or hatred of transsexuality or transgenderism)  :: transfobia {f}
transphobic {adj} (relating to or characteristic of transphobia)  :: tránsfobo {m}, tránsfoba {f}, transfóbico {m}, transfóbica {f}
transpire {v} /tɹænˈspaɪ̯ɚ/ (obsolete: to perspire) SEE: perspire  ::
transpire {v} (to happen, take place) SEE: happen  ::
transplant {v} (medicine: transfer (tissue/organ))  :: trasplantar
transplant {v} (resettle or relocate (something))  :: trasplantar
transplant {v} /tɹænzˈplænt/ (uproot and replant (a plant))  :: trasplantar
transplantation {n} (A surgical operation)  :: trasplante
transponder {n} (transceiver that transmits a signal in response to another)  :: transpondedor {m}, transponder {m}
transport {n} (act of transporting)  :: transporte {m}
transport {n} (historical: deported convict)  :: deportado {m}
transport {n} (public transport) SEE: public transport  ::
transport {v} (historical: deport to a penal colony)  :: exiliar
transport {v} /tɹænzˈpɔɹt/ (carry or bear from one place to another)  :: transportar
transportable {adj} /tɹænsˈpɔɹtəbəl/ (Capable of being transported; easily moved)  :: transportable
transportation {n} /tɹænspɚˈteɪʃən/  :: transporte {m}
transpose {n} (algebra: move (a term) to the other side of an equation)  :: cambiar de miembro, transponer
transpose {n} (music: write or perform (a piece) in another key)  :: transportar
transpose {n} /ˈtɹænzpəʊz/ (matrix)  :: matriz traspuesta {f}
transpose {n} /tɹænzˈpəʊz/ (reverse or change the order of two)  :: transponer, reversar
transrealism {n} (literary mode)  :: transrealismo {m}
transsexual {adj} (being a transsexual)  :: transexual
transsexual {n} (person whose gender identity did not match his/her birth sex, and who therefore is changing or has changed sex)  :: transexual {m} {f}
transsexualism {n} (transsexuality) SEE: transsexuality  ::
transsexuality {n} (the state, condition, or properties of being transsexual)  :: transexualidad {f}
transshipment {n} (The transfer of goods)  :: transbordo {m}
transubstantiation {n} (conversion of one substance into another)  :: transubstanciación {f}
transubstantiation {n} (Roman Catholic dogma)  :: transubstanciación {f}
transverse {adj} (lying across)  :: transverso
transverse wave {n} (type of wave)  :: onda transversal {f}
transvest {v} (cross-dress) SEE: cross-dress  ::
transvestism {n} (condition of being a transvestite)  :: travestismo
transvestite {n} (cross-dresser, see also: cross-dresser)  :: travesti, transformista [Venezuela]
Transylvania {prop} /tɹænslˈveɪni.ə/ (Transylvania)  :: Transilvania {f}
trap {n} (bend, sag, or other device in a waste-pipe to prevent the escape of noxious gases)  :: sifón {m}
trap {n} (covering over a hole or opening; a trapdoor)  :: trampa {f}
trap {n} /tɹæp/ (device designed to catch or kill animals)  :: trampa {f}, cepo {m}
trap {n}  :: trampa {f}, cepo {m}
trap {n} (trap shooting) SEE: trapshooting  ::
trap {n} (trick or arrangement designed to catch someone in a more general sense)  :: trampa {f}
trap {v}  :: atrapar
trap {v} (to catch in a trap or traps)  :: atrapar
trapdoor {n} (door set into floor or ceiling)  :: trampa
trapeze {n} (swinging horizontal bar)  :: trapecio {m}
trapeze {n} /tɹəˈpiːz/ (trapezium) SEE: trapezium  ::
trapeze artist {n} (trapezist) SEE: trapezist  ::
trapezist {n} (gymnast who performs on a trapeze)  :: trapecista {m} {f}
trapezium {n} (bone)  :: trapecio {m}
trapezium {n} (polygon with no parallel sides and no equal sides)  :: trapezoide {m}
trapezium {n} (polygon with two parallel sides)  :: trapecio {m}
trapezoid {n} (quadrilateral with no sides parallel) SEE: trapezium  ::
trapezoid {n} /ˈtɹæpəzɔɪd/ (quadrilateral with two sides parallel) SEE: trapezium  ::
trapezoid {n} (trapezoid bone)  :: trapezoide {m}
trapped {adj} (caught in a trap)  :: atrapado
trapper {n} (one who traps animals)  :: trampero {m}
Trappist {n} (a monk or nun of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance)  :: trapista {m} {f}
trash {n} (computer terminology)  :: papelera {f}
trash {n} (container)  :: caneca {f} [Colombia], papelera {f}
trash {n} (something of poor quality)  :: basura {f}
trash {n} /tɹæʃ/ (things to be discarded)  :: basura
trash bag {n} (plastic bag for the disposal of household waste) SEE: garbage bag  ::
trash can {n} (garbage can) SEE: garbage can  ::
trashman {n} (garbage collector) SEE: garbage collector  ::
trauma {n} /ˈtɹɔ.mə/ (event)  :: trauma {m}
trauma {n}  :: trauma {f}
traumatic {adj} (of, caused by, or causing trauma)  :: traumático
traumatic brain injury {n} (traumatic injury to the brain)  :: traumatismo craneoencefálico {m}
traumatise {v} (to cause a trauma)  :: traumatizar
traumatise {v} (to injure)  :: traumatizar
traumatology {n} (branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of trauma)  :: traumatología {f}
travel {n} (act of traveling)  :: viaje {m}
travel {v} /ˈtɹævəl/ (to be on a journey)  :: viajar
travel {v} (to travel throughout)  :: viajar por , recorrer
travel agency {n} (company)  :: agencia de viajes {f}
travel agency {n} (tour operator) SEE: tour operator  ::
travel agent {n} (consultant who arranges travel)  :: agente de viajes {m} {f}
travel agent {n} (travel agency) SEE: travel agency  ::
traveler {n} /ˈtɹævl̩ɚ/ (one who travels) SEE: traveller  ::
traveler's check {n} (check draft) SEE: traveller's cheque  ::
travel guide {n} (book designed to give tourists information)  :: guía de viaje {f}
traveling {n} /ˈtɹævl̩iŋ/ (basketball rule violation)  :: dobles, pasos, cámino {m}
traveller {n} (Ireland: member of the nomadic ethnic minority) SEE: Irish Traveller  ::
traveller {n} /ˈtɹævəlɚ/ (one who travels)  :: viajero {m}
Traveller {n} (member of a minority in Ireland) SEE: Irish Traveller  ::
traveller's cheque {n} (preprinted cheque for a fixed amount)  :: cheque de viajero {m}
travelling salesman {n} (itinerant salesperson)  :: viajante {m} {f}
travel sickness {n} (motion sickness) SEE: motion sickness  ::
traverse {v} (computing: to visit all parts of; to explore thoroughly)  :: recorrer
traverse {v} /ˈtɹævə(ɹ)s/ (to travel across, often under difficult conditions)  :: atravesar
travertine {n} /ˈtɹavətɪn/  :: travertino {m}
trawl {v} /tɹɔl/  :: rastrear
trawler {n} (fishing boat)  :: jábega {f}, arrastrero {m}, barco de arrastre {m}
tray {n} /tɹeɪ/ (object on which things are carried)  :: bandeja {f}, charola {f} [Mexico]
treachery {n} /ˈtɹɛtʃəɹi/ (the act of violating the confidence of another)  :: alevosía {f}
treachery {n} (treason) SEE: treason  ::
treacle {n} /ˈtɹiː.kəl/ (molasses or golden syrup)  :: melaza {f}
tread {n} (grooves in a sole)  :: dibujo {f}
tread {n} (grooves in tire)  :: banda de rodadura {f}, dibujo {m} [colloquial]
tread {n} (step)  :: pisada {f}
tread {v} /tɹɛd/ (to step on)  :: pisar
tread {v} (to beat with one's feet; to trample)  :: zapatear
treadle {n} /ˈtɹɛdl̩/ (a foot-operated pedal or lever that generates circular motion)  :: pedal {m}
treadmill {n} /tɹɛd.mɪl/ (piece of indoor sporting equipment)  :: cinta ergométrica {f}, máquina de caminar {f}
treason {n} (providing aid and comfort to the enemy)  :: [derogatory] colaboracionista {m} {f}
treason {n} /ˈtɹiː.zən/ (crime of betraying one’s government)  :: traición {f}
treasure {n} (any single thing one values greatly)  :: tesoro {m}
treasure {n} (term of endearment)  :: tesoro {m}
treasure {n} /ˈtɹɛʒɚ/ (collection of valuable things)  :: tesoro {m}
treasure {v} (consider to be precious)  :: atesorar
treasure chest {n} (chest filled with treasure)  :: cofre del tesoro {m}
treasure hunt {n} (search for a treasure (game or real))  :: búsqueda del tesoro {f}
treasure map {n} (map on which is marked the location of a treasure)  :: mapa del tesoro {m}
treasurer {n} /ˈtɹɛʒəɹə(ɹ)/  :: tesorero {m}
treasury {n} /ˈtɹɛʒəɹi/ (collection of artistic or literary works)  :: tesoro {m}
treat {n} (An unexpected gift, event etc., which provides great pleasure)  :: sorpresa {f}, sorprender
treat {n} ((obsolete) An entreaty) SEE: entreaty  ::
treat {n} ((obsolete) A parley or discussion of terms; a negotiation) SEE: negotiation  ::
treat {v} /tɹit/ (to negotiate)  :: tratar, negociar
treat {v} (to care for medicinally or surgically)  :: tratar
treat {v} (to discourse, to represent)  :: tratar
treat {v} (to entertain with food or drink)  :: invitar, convidar
treat {v} (to entreat or beseech)  :: rogar
treat {v} (to handle a subject in writing or speaking)  :: tratado
treat {v} (to handle, deal with or behave towards in a specific way)  :: tratar
treat {v} (to subject to a specific action)  :: tratar
treatise {n} /ˈtɹiːtɪs/ (systematic discourse on some subject)  :: tratado {m}
treatment {n} (medical care for an illness or injury)  :: tratamiento {m}
treatment {n} (preserving or giving particular properties)  :: tratamiento {m}
treatment {n} /t͡ʃɹiːtmənt/ (process or manner of treating)  :: trato {m}
treaty {n} /ˈtɹiːdi/ (a binding agreement under international law)  :: tratado {m}
treble {n} /tɹɛbəl/ (The highest singing voice (especially as for a boy) or part in musical composition)  :: tiple {m}
treble {v} (to multiply by three)  :: triplicar
trebuchet {n} /ˈtɹɛb.juˌʃɛt/ (trebuchet)  :: fundíbulo {m}, trabuquete {m}
tree {proverb} (the structure or wooden frame used in the construction of a saddle used in horse riding)  :: fuste {m}
tree {proverb} /tɹi/ (large woody plant)  :: árbol {m}
tree {v} (chase up a tree)  :: enarbolar
treecreeper {n} (any of various small passerine birds of the family Certhidae)  :: agateador {m}
tree farm {n} (farm for trees)  :: vivero {m}
tree fork {n} (bifurcation in the trunk of a tree)  :: horca {f}
tree frog {n} (frog of the family Hylidae)  :: rana arborícola {f}
tree-line {n} (timberline) SEE: tree line  ::
tree ring {n} (annual growth ring in the trunk of a tree)  :: capa anual {f}
tree surgeon {n} (arboriculturist) SEE: arboriculturist  ::
treetop {n} (crown or uppermost branches of a tree)  :: copa {f}
tree trunk {n} (the main structural member of a tree)  :: tronco {m}
trefoil {n} (symbol)  :: trébol {m}
trefoil {n} /ˈtɹɛ.fɔɪl/ (plant)  :: trébol {m}
trehalose {n} (disaccharide formed from two glucose units)  :: trehalosa {f}
trek {v} /tɹɛk/  :: jornada {f}
trekking {n} (Walking, hiking)  :: senderismo {m}
trellis {n} (An outdoor garden frame which can be used to grow vines or other climbing plants)  :: espaldar {m}
trellis {n} /ˈtɹɛlɪs/ (An outdoor garden frame which can be used for partitioning a common area)  :: enrejado {m}
trema {n} /ˈtɹɛmə/ (the diacritical mark) SEE: diaeresis  ::
tremble {n} (a shake)  :: temblor, vibración
tremble {v} /ˈtɹɛmbl̩/ (to shake)  :: temblar
tremendous {adj} (awe-inspiring)  :: tremendo
tremendous {adj} (extremely large (in amount, extent, degree etc.) or great; enormous; extraordinary)  :: tremendo {m}, tremenda {f}
tremendous {adj} (notable for size, power or excellence)  :: tremendo
tremor {n} /ˈtɹɛmɚ/ (shake, quiver, or vibration)  :: temblor
tremulous {adj} /ˈtɹɛmjuləs/ (trembling or shaking)  :: trémulo
trench {n} /tɹɛntʃ/ (long, narrow ditch or hole)  :: trinchera {f}
trend {n} (A fad)  :: moda {f}
trend {n} /tɹɛnd/ (an inclination in a direction)  :: tendencia {f}
trend {v}  :: tender
Trento {prop} (city)  :: Trento {f}
trepan {n} /tɹɪˈpæn/ (trephine) SEE: trephine  ::
trepan {v} (mining: create hole)  :: trepanar
trepanation {n} (practice of drilling a hole in the skull)  :: trepanación {f}
trepang {n} /tɹɪˈpaŋ/ (sea cucumber) SEE: sea cucumber  ::
trephine {n} /tɹɪˈfaɪn/ (surgical instrument to remove a circular section from the skull)  :: trépano {m}
trepidation {n} /ˌtɹɛp.ɪˈdeɪ.ʃən/ (a fearful state)  :: preocupación, duda, aprensión, ansiedad, inquietud, desazón, azoramiento, trepidación
treprostinil {n} (analog of the biological compound prostacyclin)  :: treprostinil {m}
trespass {n} (law: interference to another's enjoyment of his property)  :: allanamiento {m}, traspaso {m}, invasión {f}, incursión {f}
trespass {n} /ˈtɹɛspæs/ (sin) SEE: sin  ::
trespass {v} (to commit an offence)  :: ofender, pecar
trespass {v} (to offend against)  :: ofender
trespass {v}  :: violar, traspasar
tress {n} /tɹɛs/ (A braid, knot, or curl, of hair; a ringlet)  :: trenzada {f}, trenza {f}
trestle {n} (a horizontal member supported near each end by a pair of divergent legs)  :: caballete {m}
triage {n} /ˈtɹi.ɑʒ/ (the process of sorting patients)  :: triaje {m}, triage {m} [barbarism]
trial {adj} (pertaining to a language form referring to three of something)  :: trial
trial {n} (appearance at judicial court)  :: juicio {m}, proceso {m}
trial {n} (difficult experience)  :: tribulación {f}
trial {n} /ˈtɹaɪəl/ (chance to test something out)  :: ensayo {m}, prueba {f}, experimento {m}
trial and error {n} (solution by learning from mistakes)  :: ensayo y error, tanteo {m}
trial by media {n} (process by which media coverage affects a person's reputation)  :: juicio mediático {m}
trial court {n} SEE: court of first instance  ::
triangle {n} (love triangle) SEE: love triangle  ::
triangle {n} (percussion instrument)  :: triángulo {m}
triangle {n} /ˈtɹaɪˌæŋɡəl/ (polygon)  :: triángulo {m}
triangle inequality {prop} (the triangle inequality)  :: desigualdad del triángulo {f}
triangle pose {n} (trikonasana) SEE: trikonasana  ::
triangular {adj} (of or pertaining to triangles)  :: triangular
triangular {adj} /tɹaɪˈæŋ.ɡjə.lɚ/ (shaped like a triangle)  :: triangular
triangularis muscle {n} (muscle)  :: depresor del ángulo de la boca {m}
triangulate {v} /tɹaɪˈæŋɡjəleɪt/ (to locate by triangulation)  :: triangular
triangulene {n}  :: trianguleno
Triangulum {prop} (constellation)  :: Triangulum
Triangulum {prop} (spiral galaxy) SEE: Triangulum Galaxy  ::
Triangulum Australe {prop} (constellation)  :: Triangulum Australe
Triangulum Galaxy {prop} (spiral galaxy)  :: Galaxia del Triángulo {f}
triarius {n} (rank in the early Roman military)  :: triario {m}
Triassic {adj} (relating to the Triassic period)  :: triásico {m}
Triassic {prop} (the geologic period)  :: Triásico {m}
triathlete {n} (An athlete who competes in the triathlon)  :: triatleta {m} {f}
tribe {n} /tɹaɪb/ (group of people)  :: tribu {f}
triboelectricity {n} (electricity produced by the triboelectric effect)  :: triboelectricidad {f}
tribology {n} /tɹaɪˈbɒləd͡ʒi/ (science and technology of lubrication)  :: tribología {f}
triboluminescence {n} (production of light)  :: triboluminiscencia {f}
tribulation {n} /ˌtɹɪbjʊˈleɪ̯ʃən/ (adversity)  :: tribulación {f}
tribunal {n} /tɹaɪˈbju.nəl/ (assembly including one or more judges to conduct judicial business)  :: tribunal {m}
tribune {n} /ˈtɹɪbjuːn/ (place or an opportunity to speak; platform)  :: tribuna {f}
tributary {n} /ˈtɹɪbjʊtəɹi/ (stream which flows into a larger one)  :: afluente {m}
tribute {n} /ˈtɹɪbjuːt/ (acknowledgment of gratitude, respect or admiration; an accompanying gift)  :: tributo {m}, homenaje {m}
tricameralism {n} (tricameralism)  :: tricameralidad
tricentennial {n} (300th anniversary)  :: tricentenario {m}
triceps {n} (triceps brachii) SEE: triceps brachii  ::
triceps brachii {n} (the triceps in the upper arm)  :: tríceps braquial {m}, triceps brachii, triceps extensor cubiti
trichlorofluoromethane {n} (chlorofluorocarbon CFCl3)  :: triclorofluorometano {m}
trichloromethane {n} (chloroform)  :: triclorometano {m}
trichotillomania {n} (disorder)  :: tricotilomanía {f}
trick {n} (effective, clever or quick way of doing something)  :: truco {m}
trick {n} (magic trick)  :: truco {m}
trick {n} /tɹɪk/ (something designed to fool)  :: truco {m}, artimaña {f}
trick {n} (winning sequence in cards)  :: truco {m}
trick {v} (to fool; to cause to believe something untrue)  :: engañar, engrupir
trickery {n} /tɹɪ.kə.ɹi/ (underhanded behavior)  :: triquiñuela {f}
trickle {n} /ˈtɹɪkəl/ (a very thin river)  :: riachuelo {m}
trickle {v} (to flow in a very thin stream or drop continuously)  :: chorrear, gotear
trickle {v} (to pour a liquid in a very thin stream, or so that drops fall continuously)  :: instilar
trickle-down {adj} (That flows, especially in limited quantity, from the highly placed to others)  :: repercute {m}
trick or treat {interj} (extortion)  :: truco o trato
trickster {n} (fraud) SEE: fraud  ::
tricky {adj} /tɹɪki/ (hard to deal with)  :: difícil, dificultoso {m}, dificultosa {f}
tricolor {adj} (having three colors)  :: tricolor
tricolour {n} (A flag with three stripes of different colours)  :: tricolor
tri-corn hat {n} (type of tricorn)  :: tricornio {m}
tricycle {n} /ˈtɹaɪsɪkəl/ (cycle with three wheels)  :: triciclo {m}
trident {n} (three-pronged spear)  :: tridente {m}
tridimensionality {n} (quality of being tridimensional) SEE: three-dimensionality  ::
Trieste {prop} (city)  :: Trieste
trifle {n} (insignificant amount)  :: pizca
trifle {n} /ˈtɹaɪfl̩/ (dessert)  :: sopa inglesa {f}
trifling {adj} /ˈtɹaɪfliŋ/ (trivial)  :: trivial
triforce {n} (Shape composed of three triangles in a specific alignment)  :: Trifuerza
trigeminal nerve {n} (nerve responsible for sensation and motor function in the face and mouth)  :: nervio trigémino {m}
trigger {n}  :: gatillo {m}, disparador {m}
trigger {n} /ˈtɹɪɡə/ (finger-operated lever used to fire a gun)  :: gatillo {m}
trigger {v} (to fire a weapon)  :: apretar el gatillo, detonar
trigger {v} (to initiate something)  :: desencadenar
trigger finger {n} (forefinger) SEE: forefinger  ::
trigger-happy {adj} (having a tendency or desire to shoot a firearm irresponsibly)  :: gatillo fácil {m}
triglyceride {n} /tɹʌɪˈɡlɪsəɹʌɪd/ (lipid, ester of glycerol and three fatty acids)  :: triglicérido {m}
trigon {n} (rare: triangle)  :: trígono {m}
trigonometric {adj} (of or relating to trigonometry)  :: trigonométrico
trigonometric function {n} (a function of an angle)  :: función trigonométrica {f}
trigonometry {n} (branch of mathematics)  :: trigonometría {f}
triiodomethane {n} (iodoform) SEE: iodoform  ::
trijet {n} (aircraft powered by three jet engines)  :: trirreactor
trilingual {adj} (able to read or speak three languages)  :: trilingüe {m} {f}
trill {n} /tɹɪl/ (rapid alternation of notes)  :: trino {m}
trillion {num} (a million million million, 1018)  :: trillón {m}
trillion {num} /ˈtɹɪljən/ (a million million, 1012)  :: billón {m}
trilobite {n} /ˈtɹaɪ.ləˌbaɪt/ (member of the class Trilobita)  :: trilobite
trilogy {n} (collection of three works)  :: trilogía {f}
trimaran {n} (type of boat)  :: trimarán {m}
trimer {n} (molecule)  :: trímero {m}
trimester {n} /ˈtɹaɪ.mɛs.tə(ɹ)/ (period of three months)  :: trimestre
trimethoprim {n} (antibiotic)  :: trimetoprima {f}
trimotor {adj} (that has three motors)  :: trimotor
trimotor {n} (aircraft with three piston motors)  :: trimotor {m}
trinal {adj} /ˈtɹaɪnəl/ (having three parts, triple) SEE: tripartite  ::
Trinidad {prop} (an island of the Caribbean)  :: Trinidad {f}
Trinidad and Tobago {prop} /ˌtɹɪn.ɪ.dæd ænd toʊˈbeɪ.ɡoʊ/ (country)  :: Trinidad y Tobago, Trinidad y Tabago
Trinidadian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Trinidad or to the people or language of that country)  :: trinitense {m}/{f}, trinitario {m} [Venezuela], trinitaria {f} [Venezuela]
Trinidadian {n} (a person from Trinidad)  :: trinitense {m} {f}
Trinidadian and Tobagonian {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Trinidad and Tobago or to the people or language of that country)  :: trinitense {m}/{f}, trinitario {m} [Venezuela], trinitaria {f} [Venezuela]
Trinidadian and Tobagonian {n} (A person from Trinidad and Tobago or of descent of Trinidad and Tobago)  :: trinitense {m} {f}, trinitario {m} [Venezuela]
Trinitarian {adj} (believing in the Trinity)  :: trinitario
trinity {n} (group or set of three people or things)  :: trío {m}, trinidad {f}
Trinity {prop} (Christianity: three persons of the Godhead)  :: trinidad
Trinity {prop} (female given name)  :: Trinidad
trinket {n} (a mere trifle)  :: perendengue, baratija, chácharas {p}
trinomial {n} (an expression consisting of three terms)  :: trinomio {m}
trio {n} (passage in the middle of minuet)  :: trío
trio {n} /ˈtɹioʊ/ (a piece of music written for three musicians)  :: trío
trio {n}  :: trío
triose {n} (sugar containing three carbon atoms)  :: triosa {f}
trioxide {n} (oxide containing three oxygen atoms in each molecule)  :: trióxido {m}
trip {n} (act of tripping someone)  :: zancadilla {f}
trip {n} (stumble or misstep)  :: tropezar
trip {n} /tɹɪp/ (journey)  :: viaje {m}
trip {v} (fall over or stumble over an object)  :: tropezar
trip {v} (to cause to stumble)  :: hacer topezar, hacer trastabillar
tripe {n} (entrails)  :: tripa {f}, entraña {f}
tripe {n} (something valueless)  :: menudo
tripe {n} /tɹaɪp/ (stomach lining of animal for food)  :: tripa {f}, menudos {m-p}
tripedal {adj} (having three legs) SEE: three-legged  ::
triple {adj} (three times the quantity)  :: triple
triple {adj} /ˈtɹɪpəl/ (made up of three related elements)  :: triple
triple {n} (sequence of three elements)  :: triple {m}
triple {v} (to become three times as large)  :: triplicar
triple {v} (to multiply by three)  :: triplicar
Triple Goddess {prop} (Wicca: the trinity of the Goddess)  :: triple diosa {f}
triple jump {n} (athletics field event)  :: triple salto {m}
triple point {n} (the temperature and pressure at which a substance is in equilibrium)  :: punto triple {m}
triplet {n} (group of three notes played in place of two)  :: tresillo {m}
triplet {n} (group of three)  :: trío {m}, tríada {f}, triplete {m}
triplet {n} (one of a group of three)  :: uno del trío
triplet {n} (one of three siblings born at the same time of the same mother)  :: trillizo {m}, triate {m}
triplet {n}  :: terceto {m}
tripod {n} (a three-legged stand or mount)  :: trípode {m} {mf}
Tripoli {prop} /ˈtɹɪpəli/ (capital of Libya)  :: Trípoli
triptych {n} /ˈtɹɪpˌtɪk/ (art: a picture or series of pictures painted on three tablets connected by hinges)  :: tríptico
triquetra {n} (shape formed of three vesica piscis)  :: triqueta {f}, triquetra {f}
triquetrous {adj} /tɹaɪˈkwɛtɹəs/  :: triquetro {m}
triquetrum {n} (anatomy)  :: piramidal {m}
trisect {v} ((mathematics) to divide into three equal parts)  :: trisecar
trisect {v} (to cut into three pieces)  :: trisecar
trishaw {n} (cycle rickshaw) SEE: cycle rickshaw  ::
triskaidekaphobia {n} /ˌtɹɪskaɪdɛkəˈfəʊbi.ə/ (Fear of the number 13.)  :: triscaidecafobia {f}
trismus {n} (lockjaw) SEE: lockjaw  ::
Tristan {prop} /ˈtɹɪstən/ (male given name)  :: Tristán
trisyllable {n}  :: trisílabo
trite {adj} /tɹaɪt/ (used so many times that it is commonplace, or no longer interesting or effective; worn out, hackneyed)  :: manido, trillado, cliché, tópico, lugar común, trivial
Triton {prop} (seventh moon of Neptune)  :: Tritón
Triton {prop} /ˈtɹaɪtən/ (god of the sea)  :: Tritón
triumph {n} /ˈtɹaɪ.ʌmpf/ (conclusive success; victory; conquest)  :: triunfo {m}
triumph {n}  :: triunfo {m}
triumph {n} (trump card) SEE: trump  ::
triumph {v} (to prevail over rivals)  :: triunfar
triumphal arch {n} (monumental arch that commemorates a victory)  :: arco de triunfo {m}
triumphalism {n} (attitude)  :: triunfalismo {m}
triumphant {adj} /tɹaɪˈʌmfənt/ (celebrating victory)  :: triunfante, triunfador
triunity {n} /tɹaɪˈjuːnɪti/ (the fact or state of being three in one)  :: triunidad {f}
Trivandrum {prop} (Thiruvananthapuram) SEE: Thiruvananthapuram  ::
trivia {n} /ˈtɹɪvi.ə/ (quiz) SEE: quiz  ::
trivial {adj} (common, ordinary)  :: trivial
trivial {adj} /ˈtɹɪ.vi.əl/ (of little significance or value)  :: trivial
trivialise {v} (trivialize) SEE: trivialize  ::
trivialization {n} (act of trivializing)  :: trivialización {f}
trivialize {v} (make something appear trivial)  :: trivializar
tRNA {initialism} (transfer RNA)  :: ARNt {m}
troak {v} /tɹoʊk/ (exchange goods or services without involving money)  :: trocar
troat {v} (to make the cry of a deer)  :: balido {m}
trochee {n} /tɹˈəʊki/ (a metrical foot)  :: troqueo {m}
troglodyte {n} (anything that lives underground)  :: troglodita {m} {f}
troglodyte {n} (reclusive or out-of-date person)  :: troglodita {m} {f}
troglodyte {n} /ˈtɹɑɡlədaɪt/ (member of a supposed prehistoric race that lived in caves)  :: cavernícola {m}, troglodita {m} {f}
trogon {n} (species of bird)  :: trogón {m}
troika {n} (group of three) SEE: triumvirate  ::
troika {n} /ˈtɹɔɪ.kə/ (carriage)  :: troica {f}
Trojan {n} /ˈtɹoʊdʒən/ (Trojan asteroid) SEE: Trojan asteroid  ::
Trojan horse {n} (computing: malicious program)  :: troyano {m}, caballo de Troya {m}
Trojan horse {prop} (epic wooden horse)  :: caballo de Troya {m}
Trojan War {prop} (mythical war)  :: Guerra de Troya {f}
troll {n} (person who provokes others)  :: trol {m}
troll {n} /tɹoʊl/ (supernatural being)  :: trol {m}
troll {v} (internet: to attempt to lure others into combative argument)  :: trolear
troll {v} (internet: to incite anger)  :: trolear
troll {v} (to saunter) SEE: saunter  ::
troll {v} (to trundle) SEE: trundle  ::
trolley {n} (cart or shopping cart)  :: carrito {m}
trolley {n} (light rail system)  :: trolebus, tranvía {m}
trolley bus {n} (bus powered via overhead electric cables)  :: trolebús {m}
trollop {n} (strumpet)  :: puta {f}, golfa {f}, ramera {f}
trollop {n} /ˈtɹɒl.əp/ (woman held by others as retaining a vulgar and discourteous disposition)  :: puta {f}, golfa {f}, ramera {f}
trombone {n} /ˌtɹɑmˈboʊn/ (a musical instrument in the brass family)  :: trombón {m}
trombonist {n} /tɹɑmˈboʊ.nɪst/ (person who plays the trombone)  :: trombonista {m} {f}
Tromsø {prop} (municipality in Norway)  :: Tromsø
troops {n} /tɹuːps/ (military personnel in uniform)  :: tropas {f-p}
trope {n} (figure of speech in which a word or phrase is used other than in a literal manner)  :: tropo
trope {n} (music: phrase or verse added to the mass when sung by a choir)  :: tropo {m}
trope {n} /ˈtɹoʊp/ (literature: something recurring across a genre or type of literature)  :: tópico {m}
trophozoite {n} (feeing stage in the life cycle of a protozoan)  :: trofozoito {m}
trophy {n} /ˈtɹoʊfi/ (object rewarding success)  :: trofeo {m}
tropic {adj} (tropical) SEE: tropical  ::
tropic {n} (either of the two parallels)  :: trópico {m}
Tropic {n} (one of the two Tropics) SEE: tropic  ::
tropical {adj} (dated: metaphorical, figurative) SEE: figurative  ::
tropical {adj} (from or similar to a hot humid climate)  :: tropical
tropical {adj} /ˈtɹoʊ.pɪ.kəl/ (of or pertaining to the tropics)  :: tropical
tropical depression {n} (region of low pressure)  :: depresión tropical {f}
tropical geometry {n} (branch of geometry)  :: geometría tropical {f}
tropical rainforest {n} (forest)  :: pluviselva tropical {f}
Tropic of Cancer {prop} (the parallel of latitude 23°30′ north of the equator)  :: trópico de Cáncer {m}
tropics {n} (region of the Earth)  :: trópicos
tropism {n} ((biology) turning of an organism)  :: tropismo {m}
tropopause {n} (zone of transition between troposphere and stratosphere)  :: tropopausa {f}
troposmia {n} (troposmia) SEE: parosmia  ::
troposphere {n} (lower levels of the atmosphere)  :: troposfera {f}, tropósfera {f}
trot {n} (a gait of a person faster than a walk)  :: trote {m}
trot {n} (gait of an animal between walk and canter)  :: trote
trot {n} (moderately rapid dance)  :: foxtrot {m}
trot {n} (run of luck or fortune)  :: racha {f}
trot {n} (toddler) SEE: toddler  ::
trot {n} (Trotskyist) SEE: Trotskyist  ::
trot {n} (ugly old woman)  :: bruja {f}, arpía {f}
trot {v} ((of a horse) move at a gait between a walk and a canter)  :: trotar
trot {v} (walk rapidly)  :: trotar
Trotskyism {n} (the political philosophy named after Leon Trotsky)  :: trotskismo {m}
Trotskyist {n} (a supporter of Trotskyism) SEE: Trotskyite  ::
Trotskyite {n} (an advocate of the communist doctrines of Leon Trotsky)  :: trotskista {m} {f}
troubadour {n} (an itinerant performer of songs)  :: trovador {m}, trovadora {f}
trouble {n} /ˈtɹʌbl̩/  :: problema {f}, pena {f}
trouble {v} (to bother; to annoy)  :: molestar, fastidiar, agobiar
trouble in paradise {n} (unexpected problem in a supposedly positive situation)  :: problema en el paraíso {f}
troublemaker {n} (one who causes trouble, especially deliberately)  :: camorrista {m} {f}, embrollón {m}, gamberro {m}, provocador {m}, liante {m} {f}
troubleshoot {v} /ˈtɹʌbl̩ˌʃuːt/ (to analyze or diagnose a problem to the point of determining a solution)  :: solucionar problemas
troublesome {adj} /ˈtɹʌbəlsəm/ (giving trouble)  :: problemático {m}, prolijo {m}
trough {n} (a gutter under the eaves of a building)  :: canaleta {f}
trough {n} (a linear atmospheric depression associated with a weather front)  :: vaguada {f}
trough {n} /tɹɔf/ (a long, narrow, open container for feeding animals)  :: comedero {m}
trounce {v} /tɹaʊns/ (To win by a wide margin)  :: aplastar
troupial {n} /ˈtɹuːpɪəl/ (icterid) SEE: icterid  ::
trouser {n} /ˈtɹaʊzɚ/ (pair of trousers) SEE: trousers  ::
trouser {v} (to pocket) SEE: pocket  ::
trousers {n} /ˈtɹaʊzɚz/ (article of clothing for the lower body) SEE: pants  ::
trousseau {n} /ˈtɹuːsəʊ/ (bridal clothes)  :: ajuar {m}
trout {n} /tɹaʊt/ (fish)  :: trucha {f}
trove {n} /tɹoʊv/ (treasure trove) SEE: treasure trove  ::
trowel {n} (scoop-like gardening tool)  :: pal(it)a de jardinería {f}, desplantador {m}
trowel {n} /ˈtɹaʊ.əl/ (mason's tool)  :: paleta de albañil {f}, cuchara de albañil {f}, trulla {f}
Troy {prop} (an ancient city)  :: Troya {f}
troy ounce {n}  :: onza troy {f}
truancy {n} (the act of shirking from responsibilities and duties)  :: ausentismo
truce {n} /ˈtɹuːs/ (a period of time in which no fighting takes place)  :: tregua {f}
truck {n} /t͡ʃɹʌk/ (vehicle designed for carrying cargo)  :: camión {m}, camioneta {f} (small truck, pickup)
truck {n} (wagon) SEE: wagon  ::
truck {v} (trade) SEE: trade  ::
truck driver {n} (person employed to drive a truck)  :: camionero {m}, camionera {f}
trucker {n} /ˈt(ʃ)ɹʌkɚ/ (one who drives a truck) SEE: truck driver  ::
truculent {adj} (deadly or destructive)  :: truculento {m}
truculent {adj} /ˈtɹʌkjʊlənt/ (cruel or savage)  :: truculento {m}
true {adj} (A state in Boolean logic that indicates an affirmative or positive result)  :: verdadero
true {adj} (Genuine)  :: auténtico
true {adj} (Loyal, faithful)  :: verdadero
true {adj} /tɹu/ (concurring with a given set of facts)  :: cierto, verdadero
true {adj}  :: verdadero
true believer {n} (a strict follower of a religious doctrine)  :: creyente verdadero {m}
true seal {n} (earless seal) SEE: earless seal  ::
truffle {n} (confection)  :: trufa {f}
truffle {n} /ˈtɹʌ.fəl/ (tuber)  :: trufa {f}
truism {n} (banality or cliché)  :: banalidad {f}, lugar común {m}, tópico {m}, cliché {m}
truism {n} (self-evident or obvious truth)  :: obviedad {f}, [colloq.] perogrullada {f}, [less common] truismo {m}
truly {adv} (honestly, genuinely)  :: verdaderamente
truly {adv} /ˈtɹuːli/ (in accordance with the facts)  :: verdaderamente
truly {adv} (very)  :: realmente
truly yours {phrase} (yours truly) SEE: yours truly  ::
trumeau {n} /tɹuːˈməʊ/ (mirror) SEE: trumeau mirror  ::
trump {n} (playing card of that suit)  :: pinte {m}, triunfo {m}
trump {n} (something that gives one an advantage)  :: as bajo la manga {m} [colloquial]
trump {n} /t͡ʃɹʌmp/ (suit that outranks all others)  :: pinte {m}, triunfo {m}
trump card {n} (trump) SEE: trump  ::
trumpet {n} (elephant noise)  :: barrito {m}, berrido {m}
trumpet {n} /ˈtɹʌmpɪt/ (brass instrument)  :: trompeta {f}
trumpet {v} (make an elephant call)  :: barritar
trumpet {v} (play the instrument)  :: trompetear, tocar a la trompeta
trumpet {v} (sound loudly)  :: trompetear
trumpeter {n} /ˈtɹʌmpɪtɚ/ (person who plays the trumpet)  :: trompetista {m} {f}, trompetero {m}, trompeta {m}
Trumpist {n}  :: trumpista {m-f}
truncate {adj} (truncated)  :: truncado
truncate {v} (shorten a decimal number by removing trailing (or leading) digits; to chop)  :: truncar
truncate {v} /ˈtɹʌŋˌkeɪt/ (shorten something as if by cutting off part of it)  :: truncar
truncated {v} (Deprived of one of its parts or of its end)  :: truncado
truncated icosahedron {n} (polyhedron)  :: icosaedro truncado {m}
trunk {n} (extended nasal organ of an elephant)  :: trompa
trunk {n} (large suitcase or chest)  :: baúl {m}
trunk {n} (luggage storage compartment of a sedan/saloon style car)  :: baúl {m} [Argentina, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Eastern Venezuela, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Puerto Rico], cajuela {f} [Costa Rica, Ecuador, México], joroba {f} [Costa Rica], maleta {f} [Chile, Venezuelan standard usage], maletera {f} [Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela], maletero {m} [especially Cuba, Eastern Bolivia and Spain], valija {f} [Uruguay], valijera {f} [Nicaragua, Paraguay]
trunk {n} (swimming trunks) SEE: swimming trunks  ::
trunk {n} /tɹʌŋk/ (tree trunk)  :: tronco {m}
trunk {n} (torso) SEE: torso  ::
truss {n} (framework of beams)  :: cercha {f}
truss {n} /tɹʌs/ (bandage and belt)  :: faja para hernia {f}
trust {n} (a group of businessmen or traders)  :: consorcio {m}
trust {n} (confidence in the future payment for goods or services supplied; credit)  :: crédito {m}, fiar {m}
trust {n}  :: fideicomiso {m}, fe {f}, deber {m}, obligación {f}
trust {n} /tɹʌst/ (confidence in or reliance on some person or quality)  :: confianza {f}
trust {v} (To commit; to intrust)  :: confiar
trust {v} (To give credence to)  :: creer
trust {v} (To give credit to)  :: creer, fiar
trust {v} (To hope confidently)  :: esperar
trust {v} (To place confidence in)  :: confiar
trust {v} (to show confidence in a person by intrusting (him) with something)  :: confiar
trust deed {n} (deed conveying property to a trustee)  :: escritura fiduciaria {f}, contrato de fideicomiso {m}
trustee {n} (person to whom property is legally committed in trust)  :: fiduciario {m}, fiduciaria {f}
trustworthiness {n} /ˈtɹʌst.wɜɹ.ði.nɛs/ (the state or quality of being trustworthy or reliable)  :: integridad
trustworthy {adj} /ˈtɹʌst.wɜɹ.ði/ (reliable)  :: fidedigno, fiable, de confianza, confiable
truth {n} (conformity to fact or reality)  :: verdad {f}
truth {n} (something acknowledged to be true)  :: verdad {f}
truth {n} (that which is real)  :: verdad {f}
truth {n} (true facts)  :: verdad {f}
truth {n} /t͡ʃɹuːθ/ (state or quality of being true to someone or something)  :: verdad {f}
truth {n}  :: verdad {f}
truth or dare {n} (game where players perform a dare or answer a question)  :: verdad o reto
try {n} (an act of tasting or sampling)  :: prueba {f}
try {n} (an attempt)  :: intento {m}
try {n} (a score in rugby)  :: try {m}, ensayo {m} [Spain]
try {v} /tɹaɪ/ (to attempt)  :: intentar, tratar
try {v} (to make an experiment)  :: tratar, intentar
try {v} (to put on trial)  :: juzgar
try {v} (to put to test)  :: probar
try {v} (to taste, sample, etc)  :: probar
try {v} (to work on something)  :: esforzarse
tryhard {n} (person of little talent)  :: arrastrado {m}, esforzado {m}
try-hard {n} (person of little talent) SEE: tryhard  ::
trying {adj} (irritating, stressful or bothersome)  :: hostigoso, irritante, molestoso
trying {adj} /ˈtɹaɪ.ɪŋ/ (Difficult to endure; arduous)  :: desafiador, arduo, riguroso
try on {v} (to test the look of)  :: probar
try out {v} (to test something)  :: probar, ensayar, experimentar
trypsin {n} (digestive enzyme)  :: tripsina {f}
tryptophan {n} /ˈtɹɪptə(ʊ)fan/ (essential amino acid)  :: triptófano {m}
tryst {n} ((obsolete) a mutual agreement, a covenant)  :: convenio {m}
tryst {n} /tɹɪst/ (prearranged meeting, now especially between lovers)  :: cita {f}
tsao shu {n} (grass script) SEE: grass script  ::
tsar {n} /zɑɹ/ (an emperor)  :: zar {m}
tsardom {n} (the territory ruled by a tsar)  :: zarismo {m}
tsarina {n} /tsaˈɹiːnə/ (empress or wife of a tsar)  :: zarina {f}
tsarism {n} (system of government)  :: zarismo {m}
tsaritsa {n} (tsarina) SEE: tsarina  ::
T-shirt {n} /ˈtiːʃɜːt/ (type of shirt)  :: camiseta {f}, [Venezuela] franela {f}, [Mexico] playera {f}, [Peru] polo {m}, [Bolivia, Chile] polera {f}, [Cuba] pulóver {m}, [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay] remera {f}
Tskhinvali {prop} (capital of South Ossetia)  :: Tsjinval
tsk tsk {interj} /təsk təsk/ (tut tut) SEE: tut tut  ::
Tsonga {prop} (language)  :: tsonga {m}
Tsonga {prop} (person)  :: tsonga {m}
tsunami {n} /suˈnɑmi/ (large, destructive wave generally caused by a tremendous disturbance in the ocean)  :: tsunami {m}, maremoto {m}
tsuris {n} /tsʊɹɪs/ (problems or troubles)  :: lío, embrollo
Tsuut'ina {prop} (Sarcee) SEE: Sarcee  ::
Tsuu T'ina {prop} (Sarcee) SEE: Sarcee  ::
TTBOMK {adv} (to one's knowledge)  :: que yo sepa, por lo que sepa
Tuareg {n} (member of the Tuareg people)  :: tuareg {m} {f}
Tuareg {prop} /ˈtwɑɹ.ɛɡ/ (people)  :: tuareg {m-p}
Tuareg {prop} (various Berber languages)  :: targuí {m}, tuareg {m}
tuatara {n} (reptile)  :: tuátara {m}
tub {n} (bathtub) SEE: bathtub  ::
tub {n} /tʌb/ (broad, flat-bottomed vessel)  :: cuba {f}, tina {f}
tuba {n} /ˈtu.bə/ (a large brass musical instrument)  :: tuba {f}
tubaist {n} (one who plays the tuba)  :: tubista {m} {f}
tubby {adj} /ˈtʌbi/ (stout, rotund)  :: gordito
tube {n} (cylindrical container)  :: tubo {m}
tube {n} (the London underground) SEE: Tube  ::
tube {n} /tjuːb/ (a pipe)  :: tubo {m}, canuto {m}
Tube {prop} (informal: the London underground)  :: metro {m}
tuber {n} /tjuːbə(ɹ)/ (fleshy underground stem)  :: tubérculo
tubercle {n} (characteristic lesion of tuberculosis)  :: tubérculo {m}
tubercle {n} (round nodule on a bone)  :: tubérculo {m}
tubercle {n} (wartlike protuberance on the roots of some plants)  :: tubérculo {m}
tubercule {n} (tubercle) SEE: tubercle  ::
tuberculosis {n} (infectious disease)  :: tuberculosis {f}
tubular {adj} (consisting of tubes)  :: tubular
tubular {adj} (of or pertaining to a tube)  :: tubular
tubular {adj} /ˈtubjəlɚ/ (shaped like a tube)  :: tubular
tubulin {n} (proteins used as the material for microtubules)  :: tubulina
Tucana {prop} (constellation)  :: Tucana
tuck {n} (short sword) SEE: rapier  ::
tuck {v} /tʰʌk/  :: meter
tucker {n} /ˈtʌkɚ/ (slang: food) SEE: grub  ::
Tucson {prop} /ˈtuːsɒn/ (Arizona city)  :: Tucsón
Tuesday {adv} (on Tuesday)  :: martes {m}
Tuesday {n} /ˈtuzdeɪ/ (day of the week)  :: martes {m}
tufa {n} (volcanic rock) SEE: tuff  ::
tuff {n} /tʌf/ (a rock composed of compacted volcanic ash)  :: toba {f}, tufo {m}
tuft {n} /tʌft/ (bunch)  :: [hair] mechón {m}, [feathers] penacho {m}, [grass] manojo {m}, haz [twigs], champa {f}
tufted antshrike {n} (passerine bird of the antibird family)  :: batará copetón
tufted capuchin {n} (species of monkey)  :: maicero {m} [Colombia], mono negro {m} [Venezuela], mono silbador {m} [Ecuador], mono caí {m} [Argentina], mono maicero {m}
tufted duck {n} (species of duck)  :: porrón moñudo {m}
tug {n} (tugboat) SEE: tugboat  ::
tug {v} (to pull repeatedly)  :: tironear
tug {v} (to tow by tugboat)  :: remolcar
tug {v} /tʌɡ/ (to pull with great effort)  :: tirar, [colloquial] jalar
tugboat {n} /ˈtʌɡboʊt/ (small, powerful boat)  :: remolcador {m}
tughra {n} (signature of an Ottoman sultan)  :: tughra
tuition {n} (training or instruction provided by a teacher or tutor)  :: enseñanza {f}, clases {f-p}
tuition {n} /tuˈɪʃən/ (sum of money paid for instruction)  :: colegiatura {f}
Tula {prop} (town in Mexico)  :: Tula
tulip {n} /ˈtjuːlɪp/ (plant)  :: tulipán {m}
tumble {n} /tʌmbəl/ (a fall)  :: caída {f}
tumble {v} (to fall end over end)  :: caer, revolverse
tumbledown {adj} (in disrepair, poorly maintained)  :: ruinoso
tumble drier {n} (tumble dryer) SEE: tumble dryer  ::
tumbler {n} (drinking glass without stem)  :: vaso de lados rectos {m}, tumbler {m}, volatinero {m}
tumbler {n} (movable obstruction in lock)  :: seguro
tumbler {n} /ˈtʌmblɚ/ (acrobat) SEE: acrobat  ::
tumbleweed {n} (plant which breaks loose and is driven by the wind)  :: estepicursor {m}, planta rodadora {f}
tummy {n} (belly)  :: barriga {f}, [diminutive] barriguita {f}, bola {f}
tummy {n} /tʌmi/ (childish language for stomach)  :: bidón {m}
tumor {n} /tuː.məɹ/ (oncology, pathology: an abnormal growth)  :: tumor {m}
tumoral {adj} (of or pertaining to a tumor)  :: tumoral
tumour {n} (tumor) SEE: tumor  ::
tumult {n} (riot or uprising)  :: tumulto {m}
tumult {n} /ˈtjuː.mʌlt/ (noise as made by a crowd)  :: clamor {m}, bullicio {m}, alboroto {m}
tumultuous {adj} (causing tumult)  :: bullicioso {m}
tumultuous {adj} (noisy)  :: tumultuoso {m}
tumulus {n} /ˈtuːmjələs/ (mound of earth)  :: túmulo {m}
Tumushuke {prop} (Tumxuk) SEE: Tumxuk  ::
tuna {n} (fruit of the cactus)  :: tuna {f}
tuna {n} /ˈtuː.nə/ (fish)  :: atún {m}
tuna {n} (type of cactus)  :: nopal {f}
tundra {n} /ˈtʌndɹə/ (flat treeless arctic region)  :: tundra {f}
tune {n} /t(j)un/ (melody)  :: melodía {f}
tune {v} (to adjust a mechanical, electric or electronic device so that it functions optimally)  :: afinar
tune {v} (to make more precise, intense, or effective)  :: afinar
tune {v} (to modify a musical instrument)  :: afinar
tune in {v} (to select a channel, station, etc., as on television or radio)  :: sintonizar
tune out {v} (zone out) SEE: zone out  ::
tuner {n} (device that shows the deviation of the played pitch from the desired pitch)  :: afinador {m}
tuner {n} (person who tunes a piano or organ)  :: afinador {m}
tuner {n} (the component of an audio system that receives radio broadcasts.)  :: sintonizador {m}
tungsten {n} /ˈtʌŋstən/ (chemical element)  :: tungsteno {m}, wolframio {m}
tungsten carbide {n} (Very hard grey compound used as an abrasive)  :: carburo de tungsteno {m}
Tungusic {adj} (of or pertaining to these languages)  :: tungús
tunic {n} /tjuːnɪk/ (garment)  :: túnica {f}
tuning fork {n} /tjʉːnɪŋ foːk/ (fork-shaped object which emits a tone)  :: diapasón {m}
Tunis {prop} (capital of Tunisia)  :: Túnez
Tunisia {prop} /tjuːˈnɪzi.ə/ (Republic of Tunisia)  :: Túnez
Tunisian {adj} (pertaining to Tunisia)  :: tunecino
Tunisian {n} (person from Tunisia)  :: tunecino
Tunisian Arabic {prop} (Tunisian dialect of Arabic)  :: árabe tunecino {m}
tunnel {n} /ˈtʌn(ə)l/ (an underground or underwater passage)  :: túnel {m}
tunnel vision {n} (restricted field of vision)  :: visión de túnel {f}
tup {n} /tʌp/ (ram) SEE: ram  ::
tup {v} (fuck) SEE: fuck  ::
turban {n} /ˈtɜː(ɹ)bən/ (man's head-dress)  :: turbante {m}
turbid {adj} (having the lees or sediment disturbed; roiled; muddy; thick; not clear)  :: turbio
turbinal {n} (nasal concha) SEE: nasal concha  ::
turbinate {n} (nasal concha) SEE: nasal concha  ::
turbinate bone {n} (nasal concha) SEE: nasal concha  ::
turbine {n} /ˈtɜ(ɹ)baɪn/ (rotary machine)  :: turbina {f}
turbocompressor {n} (turbocharger) SEE: turbocharger  ::
turbojet {n} (type of jet engine)  :: turborreactor {m}
turboprop {n} (type of gas-turbine aircraft engine)  :: turbohélice {f}, turbopropulsor {m}
turboshaft {n} (gas-turbine engine designed to transmit power by means of a geared shaft)  :: turboeje {m}
turbot {n} /ˈtɜːbət/ (any of various flatfishes of family Scophthalmidae)  :: rodaballo {m}
turbot {n} (triggerfish) SEE: triggerfish  ::
turbulence {n} (disturbance in gas, fluid)  :: turbulencia {f}
turbulent {adj} (being in disturbance or unrest)  :: tempestuoso {m}, agitado {m}, accidentado {m}, turbulento {m}
turbulent {adj} /ˈtɜː.bjə.lənt/ (violently disturbed or agitated)  :: tempestuoso {m}, agitado {m}, accidentado {m}, turbulento {m}
turd {n} /tɜːd/ (piece of solid feces)  :: mojón {m}, zurullo {m}, bojote {m} [Honduras], cerote {m} [Nicaragua], boñiga {f}
turf {n} (a layer of earth covered with grass; sod)  :: césped {m}
turf {n} (a piece of such a layer cut from the soil and used to make a lawn)  :: tepe {m}
turf {n} (a racetrack; or the sport of racing horse)  :: hipódromo
turf accountant {n} (bookmaker) SEE: bookmaker  ::
Turin {prop} /tjɜː(ɹ)ˈɪn/ (city)  :: Turín {m}
Turinese {adj} (of or relating to Turin)  :: turinés
Turinese {n} (a person from Turin)  :: turinés {m}, turinesa {f}
Turing machine {n} (abstract machine)  :: máquina de Turing {f}
Turk {n} (a speaker of the various Turkic languages)  :: turco {m}
Turk {n} (Muslim) SEE: Muslim  ::
Turk {n} /tɝk/ (a person from Turkey)  :: turco {m}, turca {f}
turkey {n} (failure)  :: fracaso {m}, fiasco {m}
turkey {n} (stupid person)  :: [vulgar] pendejo {m}
turkey {n} /ˈtɝ.ki/ (bird)  :: pavo {m}, chompipe {m} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua], guajolote {m} [Mexican standard usage], guanajo {m} [Cuba], pisco {m} [Colombia, Southwestern Venezuelan Andes], totol {m} [Southeastern Mexico]
Turkey {prop} /ˈtɝ.ki/ (country at intersection of Europe and Asia)  :: Turquía {f}
turkey vulture {n} (a common North American vulture, Cathartes aura)  :: jote {m}, zopilote {m}, gallinazo {m}
turkey vulture {n}  :: aura {f} [Mexico, ], aura tiñosa {f} [Caribbean Islands], aura zunchiche {f} [El Salvador], cuervo de cabeza roja {m} [Uruguay], cute {f} [Honduras], gallinazo cabecirrojo {m} [Panama], gallinazo de cabeza roja {m} [Ecuador, Peru], guala {f} [Colombia], jote {m} [Bolivia], jote de cabeza colorada {m} [Argentina, Chile], noneca {f} [Panama], oripopo {m} [Venezuela], zonchinche {m} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua], zopilote cabecirrojo [Costa Rica, Nicaragua], zopilote de cabeza roja {m} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua], zunchiche {m} [El Salvador]
Turkish {adj} (of, from or pertaining to Turkey, the Turkish people or the Turkish language)  :: turco {m}
Turkish {prop} /ˈtɝ.kɪʃ/ (official language of Turkey and Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus)  :: turco {m}
Turkish alphabet {prop} (the alphabet used in the Turkish language)  :: alfabeto turco {m}
Turkish bath {n} (steam bath)  :: baño turco {m}
Turkish delight {n} (confection)  :: lokum {m}, delicias turcas {f-p}
Turkman {n} /ˈtɜɹkmən/ (person from Turkmenistan)  :: turcomano {m}, turcomana {f}
Turkmen {adj} (of or pertaining to Turkmenistan, the Turkmen people or the Turkmen language)  :: turcomano
Turkmen {n} (Turkman) SEE: Turkman  ::
Turkmen {prop} (language spoken in Turkmenistan)  :: turcomano {m}
Turkmenistan {prop} /tɝːkˈmɛn.ɪ.stæn/ (Central Asian country)  :: Turkmenistán {m}
Turks and Caicos Islands {prop} (a British overseas territory in the Caribbean)  :: islas Turcas y Caicos {f}
Turku {prop} (A city in Finland)  :: Turku, Abo
turmeric {n} (spice)  :: cúrcuma {f}
turmeric {n} /ˈtuː.mə.ɹɪk/ (plant)  :: cúrcuma
turmoil {n} /ˈtɜːmɔɪl/ (a state of great disorder or uncertainty)  :: desorden {m}, turbulencia {f}, dificultad {f}
turn {n} (chance to use (something) shared in sequence with others)  :: turno {m}
turn {n} (poker, obsolete: flop) SEE: flop  ::
turn {v} (become)  :: volver [pronominal]
turn {v} (change one's direction of travel)  :: girar, tornar
turn {v} (change the direction or orientation of (something))  :: girar, virar
turn {v}  :: doblar
turn {v} (metamorphose)  :: tornar [pronominal], mutar, transformar, metamorfar
turn {v} (of leaves, to change color in autumn)  :: estivescer
turn {v} (rebel)  :: rebelar [pronominal]
turn {v} (shape (something) on a lathe)  :: tornear
turn {v} /tɜːn/ (move around an axis through itself)  :: girar
turn a blind eye {v} (to ignore or deliberately overlook)  :: hacer la vista gorda, hacerse de la vista gorda
turn a deaf ear {v} (to refuse to listen or hear something)  :: hacerse el sordo
turn around {v} (to change to the opposite direction from a previous position)  :: voltear
turn around {v} (to physically rotate horizontally 360 degrees)  :: girar, dar vuelta, rotar
turncoat {n} /ˈtɝn.koʊt/ (a traitor)  :: tránsfuga, rajeta, veleta, renegado
turn down {v} (reduce amount)  :: disminuir, reducir
turn down {v} (refuse, decline, deny)  :: rechazar
turn in {v} (submit something)  :: entregar
turn in {v} (to relinquish; to tell on someone to the authorities)  :: entregar
turning point {n} (a T-junction) SEE: T-junction  ::
turning point {n} (crossroads) SEE: crossroads  ::
turn into {v} (intransitive: become)  :: convertirse
turnip {n} /ˈtɜ˞.nɪp/ (white root of Brassica rapa)  :: nabo {m}
turnip {n} (yellow root of Brassica napus) SEE: swede  ::
turnip greens {n} (leaves of the turnip plant)  :: grelo
turnkey {adj} (ready to use without further assembly)  :: llave en mano
turnkey {n} (slang: warder)  :: llavero {m}
turn of events {n} (deviation from the expected)  :: giro de los acontecimientos {m}
turn off {v} (leave a road)  :: salir
turn off {v} (repulse)  :: repugnar
turn off {v} (switch off appliance or light)  :: apagar
turn on {v} ((transitive) to power up)  :: encender, prender
turn out {v} (to attend; show up)  :: asistir
turn out {v} (to become apparent or known)  :: resultar
turn out {v} (to extinguish a light or other device)  :: apagar
turn out {v} (to produce; make)  :: producir, hacer
turn out {v} (to remove from a mould, bowl etc.)  :: desmoldar
turn out {v} (to result; end up)  :: resultar
turnout {n} (attendance, crowd)  :: concurrencia, asistencia
turn over {v} (to transfer) SEE: transfer  ::
turnover {n} (act of overturning something)  :: vuelco {m}
turnover {n} (rate of change or replacement)  :: movimiento de mercancías, rotación {m}
turnover {n} (sales transacted)  :: cifra de negocios {f}
turnpike {n} (gate or bar set across a road to stop traffic) SEE: tollgate  ::
turnpike {n} (military: beam with spikes) SEE: cheval de frise  ::
turn signal {n} (turn signal) SEE: indicator  ::
turnstile {n} /ˈtɝnstaɪl/ (rotating mechanical device)  :: molinete {m}, torniquete {m}
turnstone {n} (coastal wading bird)  :: vuelvepiedras {m}
turntable {n} (cake turntable)  :: base giratoria para tartas {f}, torneta para tartas {f}, tabla giratoria de tartas {f}
turntable {n} (circular rotating platform of a record player or DJ console)  :: tocadiscos {m}
turn to {v} (to consult for advice)  :: acudir
turn up {v} (increase volume etc.)  :: subir (el volumen)
turn up {v} (reposition)  :: doblar, dar vuelta
turn up {v} (to appear unexpectedly)  :: aparecer
turpentine {n} /ˈtɜː.pən.ˌtaɪn/ (volatile essential oil)  :: aguarrás {m}
turquoise {adj} (having a pale greenish-blue colour)  :: turquesa
turquoise {n} (colour)  :: turquesa {m}
turquoise {n} /ˈtɚ.k(w)ɔɪz/ (gemstone)  :: turquesa {f}
turtle {n} /ˈtɝtəl/ (land or marine reptile with a shell)  :: tortuga {f}, peta {f} [Bolivia]
turtle {n} (turtle dove) SEE: turtle dove  ::
turtle {v} (to flip over onto the back or top; to turn upside down)  :: volcar, dar una vuelta de campana
turtle dove {n} /ˈtɝtəldʌv/ (bird in the genus Streptopelia)  :: tórtola {f}
Tuscan {adj} /ˈtʌs.kən/ (of or relating to Tuscany or its inhabitants)  :: toscano
Tuscan {n} (person from or inhabitant of Tuscany)  :: toscano {m}, toscana {f}
Tuscany {prop} /ˈtʌskəni/ (region in Italy)  :: Toscana
tush {n} /tʊʃ/ (buttocks)  :: trasero
tusk {n} /ˈtʌsk/ (pointed tooth)  :: colmillo {m}
tussive {adj} (related to, caused by, or accompanied by a cough)  :: tusígeno [cough-producing]
tussock {n} /ˈtʌs.ək/ (tuft or clump of grass or verdure)  :: tussok
Tutankhamon {prop} (Egyptian Pharaoh)  :: Tutanjamón, Tutankhamon, Tutankamón
tutelage {n} /ˈtjuːtɪlɪdʒ/ (The act of guarding or protecting; guardianship; protection)  :: tutela {f}
tutelary {adj} /ˈtjuːtɪləɹɪ/ (having guardianship or protection of)  :: tutelar
tutelary {n} (a guardian)  :: tutor {m}, guardián {m}
tutor {n} /ˈtutɚ/ (one who teaches another)  :: tutor {m}
tutor {v} (to instruct or teach, especially to an individual or small group)  :: enseñar, instruir
tutorial {n} (interactive class taught by a tutor)  :: cursillo {m}
tutorial {n} /tuwˈtɔɹijəɫ/ (self-paced learning exercise)  :: tutoría {f}
tutu {n} (ballet skirt)  :: tutú {m}
Tuvalu {prop} /tuːˈvɑː.luː/ (country in Oceania)  :: Tuvalu
Tuvaluan {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Tuvalu, the Tuvaluan people or the Tuvaluan language)  :: tuvaluano {m}
Tuvaluan {n} (A person from Tuvalu or of Tuvaluan descent)  :: tuvaluano {m}, tuvaluana {f}
tuxedo {n} (formal suit)  :: smoking {m}
tuxedo {n} /tʌkˈsidoʊ/ (formal jacket)  :: smoking {m}
Tuzla {prop} (a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina)  :: Tuzla
TV {n} /ˈtiːˈviː/ (abbreviation for television)  :: tele, tv {f}
TV guide {n} (television listing)  :: guía TV {f}
TV series {n} (series) SEE: series  ::
twaddle {n} /ˈtwɒdəl/ (Empty or silly idle talk or writing)  :: chorrada {f}
twat {n} (idiot)  :: gilí {m} {f}
twat {n} /twɑt/ (vulgar slang, vagina)  :: coño {m}, chocho
tweak {n} (a prostitute)  :: prostituta {f}
tweak {n} (a slight adjustment or modification)  :: retoque
Tweedledum and Tweedledee {n} /ˌtwiːdəlˈdʌm ən ˌtwiːdəlˈdiː/ (people who spend a lot of time together, and look and act similarly)  :: Patachunta y Patachún {m-p}, Tararí y Tarará {m-p}
tweedy {adj} (preppy) SEE: preppy  ::
tweet {n} (internet: entry)  :: tuit {m}, tuiteo {m}
tweet {n} (sound)  :: piada {f}, silbada {f}
tweet {v} (internet: to post an update to Twitter)  :: tuitear, twittear
tweet {v} (to make a short high-pitched sound)  :: piar
tweeze {v} /twiz/ (use tweezers)  :: pinzar
tweezers {n} (small pincer-like instrument, usually made of metal, used for handling small objects)  :: pinzas {f-p}
twelfth {adj} /twɛlfθ/ (ordinal form of twelve)  :: duodécimo {m}, duodécima {f}
Twelfth cake {n} /ˈtwɛlfθ ˌkeɪk/ (cake eaten on Twelfth Night) SEE: king cake  ::
twelve {num} /twɛlv/ (cardinal number 12)  :: doce
twelve o'clock {n} (the first hour of the day)  :: las doce
twelveth {adj} (twelfth) SEE: twelfth  ::
twelve-tone technique {n} (system of musical composition)  :: música dodecafónica {f}
twentieth {adj} /ˈtwɛnti.əθ/ (ordinal)  :: vigésimo
twentieth {n} (ordinal object)  :: vigésimo
twentieth {n} (portion of whole)  :: veinteavo, vigésimo
twenty {num} /ˈtwɛn(t)i/ (cardinal number)  :: veinte
twenty-eight {num} (number)  :: veintiocho
twenty-eighth {adj} (ordinal form of twenty-eight)  :: vigésimo octavo
twenty-eighth {n} (one of twenty-eight equal parts of a whole)  :: veintiochoavo
twenty-eighth {n} (person or thing in the twenty-eighth position)  :: vigésimo octavo
twenty-fifth {adj} (the ordinal form of the number twenty-five)  :: vigésimo quinto
twenty-fifth {n} (one of twenty-five equal parts of a whole)  :: vigésimo quinto
twenty-fifth {n} (person or thing in the twenty-fifth position)  :: vigésimo quinto
twenty-first {adj} (the ordinal form of the number twenty-one)  :: veintiún
twenty-first {n} (ordinal)  :: vigésimo primero
twenty-first {n} (portion of a whole)  :: veintiunavo
twenty-five {num} (twenty-five)  :: veinticinco {m}
twenty-five/eight {adv} (colloquial, hyperbolic: unceasingly)  :: sin cesar, sin respiro, sin aflojar
twenty-five to {n} (example: twenty-five minutes to two)  :: dos menos veinticinco
twenty-four {num} (cardinal number)  :: veinticuatro
twenty-fourth {adj} (the ordinal form of the number twenty-four)  :: vigésimo cuarto
twenty-fourth {n} (one of twenty-four equal parts of a whole)  :: vigésimo cuarto
twenty-fourth {n} (person or thing in the twenty-fourth position)  :: vigésimo cuarto
twenty-nine {num} (cardinal number)  :: veintinueve
twenty-ninth {adj} (ordinal form of the number twenty-nine)  :: vigésimo noveno
twenty-ninth {n} (one of twenty-nine equal parts of a whole)  :: veintinueveavo
twenty-ninth {n} (person or thing in the twenty-ninth position)  :: vigésimo noveno
twenty-one {num} (cardinal number)  :: veintiuno {m}
twenty-second {n} (one of twenty-two equal parts of a whole)  :: vigésimo segundo
twenty-second {n} (person or thing in the twenty-second position)  :: vigésimo segundo
twenty-seven {num} (twenty-seven)  :: veintisiete
twenty-seventh {adj} /ˌtwɛn(t)iˈsɛvənθ/ (ordinal for of twenty-seven)  :: vigésimo séptimo
twenty-seventh {n} (one of twenty-seven parts)  :: vigésimo séptimo
twenty-seventh {n} (person or thing in the twenty-seventh position)  :: vigésimo séptimo
twenty-six {num} (cardinal number)  :: veintiséis
twenty-sixth {adj} (ordinal number)  :: vigésimo sexto
twenty-sixth {n} (one of twenty-six equal parts of a whole)  :: vigésimo sexto
twenty-sixth {n} (the person or thing in the twenty-sixth position)  :: vigésimo sexto
twentysomething {n} (aged between twenty and twenty-nine)  :: veintitanto {m}
twenty-third {adj} (the ordinal form of the number twenty-three)  :: vigésimo tercero
twenty-third {n} (one of twenty-three equal parts of a whole)  :: vigésimo tercero
twenty-third {n} (person or thing in the twenty-third position)  :: vigésimo tercero
twenty-three {num} (twenty-three)  :: veintitrés
twenty to {n} (example: twenty minutes to two)  :: dos menos veinte
twenty two {num} (22)  :: veintidós
twenty-two {num} (twenty-two)  :: veintidós
twerp {n} (a person who can be bullied playfully, or easily teased)  :: pendejo {m}
twerp {n} /twɝp/ (a small or puny person; one regarded as insignificant, contemptible)  :: pendejo {m}
twice {adv} /twaɪs/ (two times)  :: dos veces, doblemente
twig {n} /twɪɡ/ (a small thin branch)  :: ramita {f}, ramilla {f}, vara {f}
twilight {n} (evening twilight)  :: crepúsculo {m}
twilight {n} (faint light; dubious medium)  :: penumbra {f}
twilight {n} /ˈtwaɪlaɪt/ (light before rising and after the setting of the Sun)  :: crepúsculo {m}
twilight years {n} (old age) SEE: golden years  ::
twilitten {adj} /ˈtwaɪlɪtən/ (illuminated by twilight) SEE: twilit  ::
twin {n} (twin crystal) SEE: twin crystal  ::
twin {n} /twɪn/ (either of two people who shared the same uterus, or of two similar or closely related objects)  :: gemelo {m}, mellizo {m} [strictly speaking, gemelo is only for monozygotic siblings, whereas dizygotic siblings should always be called mellizos], cuate {m} [Mexico - dizygotic sibling], cuache {m} [Guatemala - dizygotic sibling], guacho {m} [Honduras], guares {m-p} [Puerto Rico], jimagua {m} [Cuba], morocho {m} [Venezuela - dizygotic sibling]
twine {n}  :: guita {f}
twin-engine {adj}  :: bimotor
twink {v} /twɪŋk/ (twinkle, sparkle)  :: chispear {m}, pestañear, guiñar
twinkle {v} /ˈtwɪŋkl̩/ (to shine with a flickering light; to glimmer)  :: titilar
twin prime {n} (either of a pair of prime numbers that differ by two)  :: primo gemelo {m}
Twin Towers {prop} (the two main buildings of the World Trade Center)  :: Torres Gemelas {f-p}
twin town {n} (sister city) SEE: sister city  ::
twirl {n} /ˈtwɜː(ɹ)l/ (Movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette)  :: pirueta {n}
twirl {v} (to rotate rapidly)  :: girar
twist {v} /twɪst/ (to turn the ends in opposite directions)  :: torcer
twist drill {n} (rotating tool used for cutting holes)  :: broca {f}
twisted {adj} (mentally disturbed or unsound)  :: retorcido
twisted {adj} /ˈtwɪstɪd/ (contorted)  :: torcido
twisty {adj} (curly) SEE: curly  ::
twit {n} /twɪt/ (a foolish or annoying person)  :: gilí {m} {f}
twitch {n} (Elymus repens) SEE: couch grass  ::
twitch {n} /twɪt͡ʃ/ (brief, small (sometimes involuntary) movement out of place and then back again)  :: tic {m}
Twitter {v} (tweet) SEE: tweet  ::
two {n} (digit or figure)  :: dos {m}
two {num} /tu/ (one plus one)  :: dos
two beers, please {phrase} (two beers, please)  :: dos cervezas, por favor
two cents {n} (one's opinion)  :: granito de arena {m-p}
two-dimensional {adj} (existing in two dimensions)  :: bidimensional
two-edged sword {n} (double-edged sword) SEE: double-edged sword  ::
twofold {adj} (double)  :: doble
twofold {adv} (in a double degree)  :: doblemente
two heads are better than one {proverb} (joint thinking pays)  :: cuatro ojos ven más que dos [four eyes see better than two], dos cabezas piensan mejor que una [two heads think better than one]
two hundred {num} /ˈtuː ˈhʌn.dɹəd/ (cardinal number 200)  :: doscientos {m}, doscientas {f}
two-line double pica {n} (meridian) SEE: meridian  ::
two-line English {n} (double English) SEE: double English  ::
two-line great primer {n} (double great primer) SEE: double great primer  ::
two-line pica {n} (double pica) SEE: double pica  ::
two-move checkmate {n} (quickest possible checkmate) SEE: fool's mate  ::
twoness {n} (duality) SEE: duality  ::
two o'clock {n} (the start of the third hour)  :: las dos
two-piece {n} (garment consisting of two separate parts)  :: dos piezas {m}
two-sided {adj} (reversible) SEE: reversible  ::
two-sided {adj} (symmetrical) SEE: symmetrical  ::
two-spirit {n} /tuːˈspɪɹɪt/ (gender-variant Native American)  :: dos espíritus
two-stroke engine {n} (an engine in which the pistons perform two strokes per engine cycle)  :: motor de dos tiempos {m}, motor de dos ciclos {m}
two thousand {num} (cardinal number)  :: dos mil {m}
two-wheeled {adj} (birotate) SEE: birotate  ::
two-wheel tractor {n} (tractor with one axle)  :: motocultor {m}
-ty {suffix} (-ity) SEE: -ity  ::
tycoon {n} /taɪˈkuːn/ (wealthy, powerful business person)  :: magnate {m}, magnata {f}
tympanic membrane {n} (eardrum) SEE: eardrum  ::
tympanites {n} (distended abdomen)  :: meteorismo {m}
tympanum {n} (eardrum) SEE: eardrum  ::
tympanum {n} (middle ear) SEE: middle ear  ::
type {n} (biology: individual representative of its taxonomic group)  :: tipo {m}
type {n} (blood group) SEE: blood type  ::
type {n} (computing theory: tag indicating data type)  :: tipo {m}
type {n} (individual considered typical of its class)  :: arquetipo {m}
type {n} (individual that represents the ideal for its class)  :: tipo
type {n} /taɪp/ (grouping based on shared characteristics)  :: clase {f}, tipo {m}
type {v} (to determine blood group)  :: identificar el tipo de
type {v} (to enter characters into a computer using keyboard)  :: teclear, tipear
type {v} (to use a typewriter)  :: escribir a máquina, mecanografiar, tipear
typeface {n} (font family)  :: familia tipográfica {f}, tipofaz {f}
type metal {n} (a metal alloy that is used in traditional typefounding and mechanical typesetting)  :: metal tipográfico {m}
typesetter {n} (a typesetter)  :: cajista {m} {f}
typewriter {n} (machine used to print text by pressing keys)  :: máquina de escribir {f}
typewritten {adj} (written using a typewriter)  :: dactilografiado {m}
typhlitis {n} (inflammation)  :: tiflitis {f}
typhoid {n} /ˈtaɪfɔɪd/ (typhoid fever) SEE: typhoid fever  ::
typhoid fever {n} (illness)  :: fiebre tifoidea {f}
Typhonomachy {prop} /ˌtaɪfəˈnɑməki/ (battle between Zeus and Typhon)  :: Tifonomaquia {f}
typhoon {n} /taɪˈfun/ (hurricane in the Pacific)  :: tifón {m}
typhous {adj} (of or pertaining to typhus)  :: tifoideo, tífico
typhus {n} /ˈtaɪfəs/ (disease)  :: tifus {m}
typical {adj} /ˈtɪpɨkəl/ (capturing the overall sense of a thing)  :: típico
typically {adv} (in a typical manner)  :: típicamente
typing {n} /ˈtʌɪpɪŋ/ (the act of typing)  :: tecleado {m}
typist {n} /ˈtaɪpɪst/ (person who types)  :: mecanógrafo {m}, mecanógrafa, dactilógrafo {m}, dactilógrafa {f}
typo {n} (compositor) SEE: typesetter  ::
typo {n} /ˈtaɪpəʊ/ (error)  :: gazapo {m}
typographer {n} (typewriter) SEE: typewriter  ::
typographic {adj} (typographic) SEE: typographical  ::
typographical {adj} (pertaining to typography or printing)  :: tipográfico
typographical {adj} (printed) SEE: printed  ::
typography {n} /taɪˈpɑːɡɹəfi/ (art and technique)  :: tipografía {f}
typological {adj} (Of or relating to typology)  :: tipológico
typology {n} /taɪˈpɒl.ə.d͡ʒi/ (systematic classification of the types of something according to their common characteristics)  :: tipología {f}
tyrannical {adj} (despotic, oppressive, authoritarian)  :: tiránico
tyrannical {adj} (of, or relating to tyranny, of a tyrant)  :: tiránico
tyrannically {adv} (in a tyrannical manner)  :: tiránicamente
tyrannize {v} (to oppress someone)  :: tiranizar
tyrannosaur {n} (large bipedal carniverous dinosaur)  :: tiranosaurio {m}
tyrannosaurus {n} /tɪˌɹænəˈsɔːɹəs/ (dinosaur)  :: tiranosaurio {m}
tyranny {n} (absolute power, or its use)  :: tiranía {f}
tyranny {n} /ˈtɪɹəni/ (government in which a single ruler has absolute power)  :: tiranía {f}
tyranny of the majority {n} (situation where majority makes selfish decisions) SEE: dictatorship of the majority  ::
tyrant {n} /ˈtaɪɹənt/ (absolute ruler)  :: tirano {m}
tyrant flycatcher {n} (group of birds)  :: atrapamoscas {m}
tyre {n} /taɪə(ɹ)/ (wheel covering)  :: neumático {m} [especially Chile and Spain - formal usage in other countries], caucho {m} [Venezuela], cubierta {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay], goma {f} [Caribbean Islands], llanta {f} [Latin America], rueda {f} [Spain]
Tyre {prop} /ˈtaɪə(ɹ)/ (an ancient sea port and city state of Phoenecia)  :: Tiro
tyro {n} /ˈtaɪɹəʊ/ (a beginner, a novice)  :: principiante {m} {f}, novato {m}
tyrosine {n} (nonessential amino acid)  :: tirosina {f}
Tyrrhenian Sea {prop} (Part of the Mediterranean Sea)  :: Mar Tirreno {m}
Tyumen {prop} (a city in Russia)  :: Tiumén {m}