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za {n} (pizza) SEE: pizza ::
zaa {n} (letter) :: za {f}
zaatar {n} (herb) :: za'atar {m}, zaatar {m}, zatar {m}, zahatar {m}
zaatar {n} (seasoning) :: za'atar {m}, zaatar {m}, zatar {m}, zahatar {m}
zabaglione {n} /ˌzɑbəlˈjoʊni/ (custard-like dessert made with egg yolks, sugar and Marsala wine) :: zabaione {m}, sabayón {m}
Zacatecas {prop} (state of Mexico) :: Zacatecas {m}
Zachariah {prop} (Zechariah) SEE: Zechariah ::
Zacharias {prop} (Zechariah) SEE: Zechariah ::
Zadar {prop} (A city in Croatia) :: Zadar
Zagreb {prop} /ˈzɑːɡɹɛb/ (capital of Croatia) :: Zagreb
Zaire {prop} /zɑːˈɪəɹ/ (former name of DR of Congo) :: Zaire
Zakynthos {prop} /ˈzɑkɪnθɔs/ (Greek island, the third largest of the Ionian Islands) :: Zante {f}, Zacinto {f}
Zambia {prop} (country in Southern Africa) :: Zambia {f}
Zambian {n} (A person from Zambia or of Zambian descent) :: zambiano {m}
Zambian {adj} (Of or pertaining to Zambia or its people or language) :: zambiano {m}
Zamboanga Chavacano {prop} (language) :: zamboangueño {m}
Zamboni {n} (ice resurfacer) SEE: ice resurfacer ::
Zanclean {prop} (A subdivision of the Pliocene epoch.) :: Zanclayense
zander {n} (Sander lucioperca) :: lucioperca {f}
zany {adj} /ˈzeɪni/ (ludicrously or incongruously comical) :: alocado, disparatado, chiflado
Zanzibar {prop} (island region) :: Zanzíbar {m}
zap {n} /zæp/ (electrical shock) :: corrientazo {m}
zap {v} (change channels repeatedly) :: zapear
Zapotec {n} (member of indigenous people of Mexico) :: zapoteca {m}
Zapotec {prop} (any of a group of Oto-Manguean languages spoken by the Zapotec people) :: zapoteco {m}
Zapotec {adj} (of or relating to the Zapotec people) :: zapoteco {m}, zapoteca {f}
Zapotec {adj} (of or relating to their language) :: zapoteco {m}, zapoteca {f}
zapper {n} /ˈzæp.ə(ɹ)/ (remote control) :: mando a distancia {m}
Zaragoza {prop} (city in Spain) :: Zaragoza {f}
Zaragozan {adj} (from Saragossa) :: zaragozano
Zaragozan {n} (someone from Saragossa) :: zaragozano {m}, zaragozana {f}
Zarathustra {prop} (Zoroaster) SEE: Zoroaster ::
zeal {n} /ziːl/ (fervor or devotion) :: ahínco {m}, fervor {m}, celo {m}, entusiasmo {m}
Zealand {prop} (Dutch province) SEE: Zeeland ::
Zealand {prop} (Danish island) :: Selandia {f}
zealot {n} /ˈzɛl.ət/ (zealous person) :: fanático {m}
zealot {n} (member of the Zealot movement in Judea) :: zelota {m} {f}, zelote {m} {f}
zealotry {n} (Something characteristic of a zealot) SEE: fanaticism ::
zealous {adj} /ˈzɛl.əs/ (full of zeal; ardent) :: celoso, ferviente
zealously {adv} (with zealotry) :: fervorosamente, celosamente
zeatin {n} (plant hormone) :: zeatina {f}
Zebedee {prop} (biblical character) :: Zebedeo
zebra {n} /ˈziːbɹə/ (African animal) :: cebra {f}
zebra crossing {n} (pedestrian crossing featuring broad white stripes) :: paso de cebra {m}
zebra finch {n} (bird) :: diamante mandarín {m}, pinzón cebra {m}
zebra mussel {n} (Dreissena polymorpha) :: mejillón cebra {m}
zebra turkeyfish {n} (venomous fish) :: pez león cebra {m}
zebu {n} /ˈziː.buː/ (domesticated ox native to Asia and Africa) :: cebú {m}
Zebulun {prop} (ninth son of Jacob) :: Zabulón
Zechariah {prop} (king of Israel) :: Zacarías
Zechariah {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Zacarías {m}
Zechariah {prop} (Hebrew prophet traditionally considered the author of the Book of Zechariah) :: Zacarías
Zechariah {prop} (father of John the Baptist) :: Zacarías
zed {n} (name of the letter Z, z) SEE: zee ::
zee {n} /ˈziː/ (name of the letter Z, z) :: zeta {f}
Zeeland {prop} (province) :: Zelanda
zeitgeist {n} /ˈtsaɪtɡaɪst/ (the spirit of the age) :: ánimo de la época {m}
Zelda {prop} /ˈzɛldə/ (female given name) :: Zelda
zelkova {n} (kind of tree in the elm family) :: olmo chino {m}, zelkova {f}
Zemfira {prop} /zɪɱˈfiɹə]/ (transliteration of Земфи́ра) :: Zemfira {f}
Zen {n} (denomination of Buddhism) :: budismo zen {m}
Zen Buddhism {n} (the Zen denomination of Buddhism) :: budismo zen {m}
zenith {n} /ˈzi.nɪθ/ (astronomy: point vertically above a position or observer) :: cenit {m}
zenith {n} (highest point or state; peak) :: apogeo {m}, cenit {m}
Zephaniah {prop} /zɛfəˈnaɪə/ (book of the Bible) :: Sofonías
zephyr {n} /zɛfɹ/ (light refreshing wind; a gentle breeze, see also: breeze) :: céfiro {m}
Zeppelin {n} /ˈzɛp.lɪn/ (A type of large German dirigible airship of the early 20th century) :: dirigible {m}, zepelín {m}
zepto- {prefix} (10−21) :: zepto-
zero {num} /ˈzɪɹ(ˌ)oʊ/ (cardinal number before 1, denoting nothing) :: cero {m}
zero {n} (numeric symbol of zero) :: cero {m}
zero {n} (digit zero) :: cero {m}
zero {n} (nothing, or none) :: cero {m}, nada {f}, nulo {m}, nula {f},
zero {n} (point of origin on a scale) :: cero {m}
zero {n} (value of a function’s independent variables when the value of the function is zero) :: cero {m}, raíz {f}
zero {n} (person of little importance) :: don nadie {m}, cero a la izquierda {m}
zero {adj} (informal: virtually none) :: cero {m}, nulo {m}
zero {v} (to set to zero) :: poner a cero
zero gravity {n} (state of weightlessness) :: gravedad cero {m}, ingravidez {f}
Zerubbabel {prop} (a governor of the Persian Province of Judah, who led the first group of Jews returned from the Babylonian Captivity) :: Zorobabel
zest {n} /zɛst/ (enthusiasm) :: entusiasmo, brío {m}
zest {n} (outer skin of citrus) :: ralladura {f}
zester {n} (kitchen implement) :: acanalador de fruta {m}
zestful {adj} (having a spirited love of life) :: brioso
zesty {adj} (zestful) SEE: zestful ::
zeta {n} /ˈzeɪtə/ (Sixth letter of the modern Greek alphabet (Ζ, ζ)) :: dseta {f}, zeta {f}
zeta {n} (Seventh letter of the ancient Greek alphabet) :: dseda {f}, zeta {f}
zetta- {prefix} /ˈzɛtə/ (SI prefix) :: zetta-
zettaampere {n} (SI unit of electrical current equal to 1021 amperes) :: zettaamperio
zeugma {n} /ˈzjuːɡ.mə/ (using a word to apply to more than one noun) :: zeugma {m}
Zeus {prop} /zus/ (supreme ruler of all Greek gods) :: Zeus {m}
Zhukov {prop} (Russian surname) :: Zhúkov
ziggurat {n} (temple tower of the ancient Mesopotamian valley) :: zigurat {m}
zigzag {n} /ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ/ (line or path) :: zigzag {m}
zigzag {adj} (moving in or having a zigzag) :: en zigzag
zigzag {v} (move in a zigzag manner) :: zigzaguear
zigzag {adv} (in a zigzag manner or pattern) :: en zigzag
Zika virus {n} (virus) :: virus del Zika {m}
zillion {n} /ˈzɪljən/ (unspecified large number) :: [Chile, Guatemala, Mexico, Spain] chorrocientos, [Chile, Guatemala, Mexico] chorromil, [Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Peru, Puerto Rico] cuchucientos, [Dominican Republic] cuchumil, [Colombia] enemil, [Argentina] quichicientos, [Chile, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay] sepetecientos, [Panama, Venezuela] sopotocientos, [Spain] tropecientos
Zilpah {prop} (handmaid of Leah) :: Zilpa
Zimbabwe {prop} /zɪmˈbɑːbweɪ/ (Republic of Zimbabwe) :: Zimbabue
Zimbabwean {n} (а person from Zimbabwe or of Zimbabwean descent) :: zimbabuense
Zimbabwean {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Zimbabwe or the Zimbabwean people) :: zimbabuense
zinc {n} /zɪŋk/ (element) :: zinc {m}, cinc {m}
zinc oxide {n} (amorphous solid) :: óxido de cinc {m}
zine {n} /ziːn/ (publication) :: zine {m}
zing {n} /zɪŋ/ (a short high-pitched humming sound) :: zumbido {m}, silbido {m}
zing {n} (zest or vitality) :: brío {m}
zinnia {n} (flower) :: zinnia {f}
Zion {prop} /ˈzaɪ.ən/ (mountain in Israel) :: Sion {m}
Zionism {n} (Jewish national liberation movement) :: sionismo {m}
Zionist {n} (advocate of Zionism) :: sionista {m} {f}
zip {n} /zɪp/ (high-pitched sound) :: zumbido {m}
zip {n} (energy, vigor, vim) :: brío {m}
zip {n} (zip fastener) SEE: zip fastener ::
zip code {n} (US postal code) :: código postal {m}
zip code {n} (postcode) SEE: postcode ::
zip fastener {n} (a fastener used in clothing, bags) :: cierre {m} [Mexico, South America], cremallera {f} [Spain], zíper {m} [Caribbean Islands, Central America, Mexico], bragueta {f} [colloquial]
zipline {n} /ˈzɪpˌlaɪn/ (pulley suspended on a cable) :: tirolina {f}
zipper {n} (zip fastener) SEE: zip fastener ::
Zipporah {prop} (biblical character) :: Séfora
Zipporah {prop} (female given name) :: Séfora
zippy {adj} (lively, quick and energetic) :: brioso
zircon {n} (mineral) :: circón {m}, zircón {m}
zirconate {n} (a salt of zirconic acid) :: circonato
zirconium {n} /zɜːrˈkoʊniəm/ (chemical element) :: circonio {m}
zither {n} /ˈzɪ.ðɚ/ (musical instrument) :: cítara {f}
zloty {n} (the currency unit of Poland) :: esloti {m}
zodiac {n} /ˈzoʊ.dɪ.æk/ (belt-like region in the sky) :: zodíaco
zodiac {n} (twelve signs in astrology) :: zodíaco
zodiacal {adj} (of or pertaining to the zodiac) :: zodiacal
zodiacal light {n} (A soft glow of white light extending upward from the horizon along the ecliptic, particularly in the tropics.) :: luz zodiacal {f}
zodiac sign {n} (star sign) :: signo del zodíaco {m}, signo del zodiaco {m}
zombie {n} /ˈzɒmbi/ (the undead) :: zombi {m} {f}, zombie {m} {f}
zone {n} /zoʊn/ (area distinguished on the basis of a particular characteristic etc) :: zona {f}
zone {n} (baseball: strike zone) :: zona {f}
zone {n} (networking: that collection of a domain's DNS resource records that are not delegated to another authority) :: zona {f}
zone {n} (computing: logical group of network devices on AppleTalk) :: zona {f}
zone {v} (to divide or assign areas) :: dividir en zonas
zone {v} (to define property use classification) :: declarar
zone of proximal development {n} (Vygotsky's concept) :: zona de desarrollo próximo
zone-tailed hawk {n} (Buteo albonotatus) :: aguilucho negro {m}
zoning {n} (legal: regulation of property use and construction) :: zonificación {f}, plan de urbanización {m}
zonked {adj} (drunk) SEE: drunk ::
zonohedron {n} (special case of convex polyhedron) :: zonoedro {m}
zoo {n} /zuː/ (park where live animals are exhibited) :: zoo {m}, jardín zoo {m}, zoológico {m}
zoo- {prefix} /ˈzoʊ.ə/ (pertaining to animals) :: zoo-
zoologic {adj} (zoological) SEE: zoological ::
zoological {adj} /zoʊəˈlɑdʒɪkəl/ (of, or relating to animals) :: zoológico
zoological {adj} (of, or relating to zoology) :: zoológico
zoologist {n} /zoʊˈɑlədʒɪst/ (one who studies zoology) :: zoólogo {m}, zoóloga {f}
zoology {n} /zuˈɑlədʒi/ (science that studies the animal kingdom) :: zoología {f}
zoom {n} /zuːm/ (humming noise from something moving very fast) :: zumbido {m}
zoom {n} (augmentation of a view) :: zum {m}
zoom {v} (to move very fast with a humming noise) :: zumbar
zoom {v} (to change the focal length of a zoom lens) :: hacer zoom
zoonosis {n} /zoʊˈɒn.ə.sɪs/ (An animal disease that can be transmitted to humans) :: zoonosis {f}
zoonym {n} (common name for an animal) :: zoonimo {m}
zoophilia {n} /ˈzoʊ.əfiliə/ (sexual attraction to or interaction with animals) :: zoofilia {f}
zoophobia {n} (unusual fear of animals) :: zoofobia {f}
zoophyte {n} /ˈzəʊəfʌɪt/ (invertebrate animal which resembles plants) :: zoófito
zooplankton {n} /ˈzoʊəˌplæŋktən/ (free-floating small protozoa or crustaceans) :: zooplancton {m}
zootechnician {n} (one working in zootechnics) :: zootecnista {m} {f}
zootechnics {n} (animal husbandry) :: zootecnia {f}
zootechny {n} (zootechnics) SEE: zootechnics ::
Zoroaster {prop} /ˌzɒɹoʊˈæstəɹ/ (founder of Zoroastrianism) :: Zoroastro {m}
Zoroastrianism {prop} /ˌzoʊɹ.oʊˈæs.tɹi.əˌnɪz.əm/ (religion and philosophy ascribed to Zoroaster) :: zoroastrismo {m}
Zouave {n} /zwɑv/ (Kabyle or French soldiers in Kabyle dress) :: zuavo
zubr {n} (zubr) SEE: wisent ::
zucchetto {n} /(t)sʊˈkɛtoʊ/ (small skullcap worn by Catholic clergy) :: solideo {m}
zucchini {n} (courgette) SEE: courgette ::
zugzwang {n} /ˈzʌɡzwæŋ/ (lack of choice in what to do) :: zugzwang {m}
Zulu {adj} /ˈzuːluː/ (pertaining to the Zulu people, culture, or language) :: zulú
Zuni {adj} (Of the Zuni people or their language) :: zuñi
Zuni {prop} (Native American tribe) :: zuñi {m}
Zuni {prop} (language) :: zuñi {m}
Zurich {prop} /ˈzɜɹ.ɪk/ (city) :: Zúrich {m}
zurna {n} (musical instrument) :: zurna {m}
Zwinglian {adj} (relating to Zwingli) :: zwingliano {m}
Zwinglian {n} (a follower of Zwingli) :: zwingliano
zwitterion {n} /ˈtsvɪtɚɹ.aɪən/ (molecule that carries both a positive and a negative charge) :: zwitterión {m}
zygoma {n} (cheekbone) SEE: cheekbone ::
zygomatic {adj} /zaɪɡəˈmætɪk/ (Pertaining to the zygoma) :: cigomático
zygomatic bone {n} (cheekbone) SEE: cheekbone ::
zygomorphic {adj} (biology: having bilateral symmetry) :: zigomorfo
zygote {n} /ˈzaɪɡəʊt/ (fertilized egg cell) :: cigoto {m}, zigoto {m}