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b {letter}  :: letter: be
B {letter}  :: letter: be
bañadera {f} [Argentina, Cuba, Paraguay]  :: bathtub
bañador {m}  :: swimming costume, bathing costume
bañador {m}  :: swimming trunks
bañar {v}  :: to bathe
bañarse {vr}  :: To bathe oneself
baasista {adj}  :: Ba'athist
baasista {mf}  :: Ba'athist
baazista {adj}  :: alternative form of baasista
baazista {mf}  :: alternative form of baasista
baba {f}  :: drool, dribble
babaco {m}  :: The babaco
babalao {m}  :: babalawo
babalawo {m}  :: babalawo
Baba Yaga {prop} {f} [Slavic mythology]  :: Baba Yaga (hag who flies through the air in a mortar)
babear {v}  :: to drool
babelización {f}  :: internationalisation
babero {m}  :: bib
babilla {f}  :: the stifle, or hind knee, of a quadruped
babilónico {adj}  :: Babylonic
Babilonia {prop} {f}  :: Babylon
babilonio {adj}  :: Babylonian
babilonio {m}  :: Babylonian
bable {m}  :: Asturian (language)
babélico {adj}  :: Babel (attributive)
babélico {adj}  :: chaotic, confused
babor {m} [nautical]  :: port (side)
babosa {f}  :: slug
babosada {f} [Central America]  :: folly, idiocy
babosear {v}  :: to slobber or drool over
babosear {v}  :: to wine and dine
baboso {adj}  :: dribbling
baboso {adj}  :: immature, callow
baboso {adj}  :: foolish, stupid
baboso {adj} [colloquial]  :: mushy
baboso {m}  :: dribbler
baboso {m}  :: immature or callow person
baboso {m}  :: moron, fool, stupid person
baboso {m}  :: blenny (fish)
baboso {m} [figuratively]  :: slimeball, groper (contemptible flatterer)
babucha {f}  :: slipper
babuino {m} [primate]  :: baboon
baby {m}  :: baby
baby boom {m}  :: baby boom
babyboomer {m}  :: baby boomer
baca {f} [Spain]  :: luggage rack
bacalao {m}  :: cod
bacallao {m}  :: alternative form of bacalao
bacanal {f}  :: bacchanal
bacano {adj} [Colombia, Chile, colloquial]  :: cool; sweet; wicked
bacará {m}  :: baccarat (card game)
bacarrá {m}  :: alternative form of bacará
bachaqueo {m}  :: illegal stall
bachaqueo {m}  :: black market
bachaquera {f}  :: feminine noun of bachaquero
bachaquero {m} [Venezuela]  :: hawker of goods bought at government-set prices
bachata {f}  :: bachata
bachata {f} [Antilles]  :: party
bachatera {f}  :: bachata musician
bachatero {m}  :: bachatero
bache {m}  :: pothole, bump
bache {m}  :: rut, tricky/barren spell
bachear {v}  :: To repair a road full of potholes
bacheletista {adj}  :: Being a supporter of the Chilean president Michele Bachelet
bacheletista {adj}  :: Of or relating to the Chilean president Michele Bachelet
bacheletista {mf}  :: A supporter of the Chilean president Michele Bachelet
Bachelor of Arts {n}  :: Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science {n}  :: Bachelor of Science
bacheo {m}  :: The reparation of potholes in roads
bachiano {adj} [music]  :: Bach (attributive)
bachiche {mf} [pejorative, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador]  :: wop (person of Italian descent)
bachiller {m}  :: bachelor (person with bachelor degree)
bachiller {m}  :: graduate (person)
bachiller {m}  :: bachelor (university degree)
bachiller {m}  :: graduate (school degree)
bachillera {f}  :: feminine noun of bachiller
bachillerato {m}  :: graduation certificate (degree from high school)
bacilo {m} [bacteriology]  :: bacillus
bacina {f}  :: vessel
bacineta {f}  :: chamber pot
bacinilla {f}  :: chamber pot
backgammon {m}  :: backgammon
background {m}  :: background
backstage {adv}  :: backstage
bacón {m}  :: bacon
bacán {m} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: pimp
bacán {m} [colloquial, dated, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: boss, owner
bacán {m} [colloquial, dated, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: concubine
bacán {m} [colloquial, dated, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: lover of a kept woman
bacán {adj} [colloquial, Ecuador, Perú, Chile, Colombia, Cuba]  :: cool, awesome
bacán {adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: posh
bacán {adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: snobbish
bacán {adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: luxurious, refined
Baco {prop} {m}  :: Bacchus
bacon {m}  :: bacon
bacteria {f}  :: bacterium
bacteriano {adj}  :: bacterial
bactericida {adj}  :: bactericidal
bactericida {m}  :: bactericide
bacteriófago {m} [bacteriology]  :: bacteriophage
bacterióloga {f}  :: feminine noun of bacteriólogo
bacteriólogo {m}  :: bacteriologist
bacteriológico {adj}  :: bacteriological
bacteriología {f}  :: bacteriology
bacteriorodopsina {f} [protein]  :: bacteriorhodopsin
Bactriana {prop} {f}  :: Bactria
bactriano {adj}  :: Bactrian
badajo {m}  :: clapper (the tongue of a bell)
badajo {m} [vulgar, slang]  :: dong, winkie, wiener (penis)
Badajoz {prop}  :: Badajoz (province)
Badajoz {prop}  :: Badajoz (city)
Badalona {prop} {f}  :: Badalona
badalonés {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Badalona
badalonés {m}  :: Someone from Badalona
badana {f}  :: sheepskin
badea {f}  :: giant granadilla (Passiflora quadrangularis)
badmintonista {mf}  :: badminton player
badén {m}  :: dip (in the road)
badén {m}  :: speed bump
badulaque {adj} [offensive, obsolete, Spain]  :: dumb, having the properties of an imbecile
badulaque {mf} [offensive, obsolete, Spain]  :: dimwit, imbecile
badulaque {mf} [historical, Spain]  :: chanfaina
badulaque {mf} [historical, Spain]  :: a cosmetic made of various plants and herbs
baenero {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Baena
baenero {m}  :: Someone from Baena
bañera {f}  :: bathtub
bañera {f} [nautical]  :: cockpit
bañero {m}  :: lifeguard
baezano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Baeza
baezano {m}  :: Someone from Baeza
bagaje {m}  :: baggage, luggage
bagaje {m}  :: cultural knowledge
bagatela {f}  :: bagatelle, trifle (an unsubstantial thing)
bagaudas {mp}  :: bagaudae
bagazo {m}  :: bagasse (sugarcane pulp)
bagdadí {adj}  :: Baghdadi
Bagdad {prop}  :: Baghdad
bagel {m}  :: bagel (toroidal bread roll)
bagre {m} [fish]  :: catfish
bagual {m} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: an untamed horse
bagual {adj} [Uruguay, Paraguay]  :: uncivil
baguala {f} [music]  :: a genre of folk music of northeastern Argentina
baguel {m}  :: alternative spelling of bagel
baguet {f}  :: alternative form of baguete
baguete {f}  :: baguette (a variety of bread)
baguette {f}  :: baguette (bread)
bah {interj}  :: indicates disdain or unbelief
bahía {f}  :: bay (geographical feature)
Bahía de Cochinos {prop} {f}  :: Bay of Pigs (small inlet in Cuba)
Bahía de Guantánamo {prop} {f}  :: Guantanamo Bay (US naval base)
bahague {n}  :: a type of loincloth that was commonly used throughout the Philippines before the arrival of the European colonizers and is currently still in use today by some indigenous tribes of the Philippines
Bahamas {prop} {fp}  :: Bahamas
bahameña {f}  :: feminine noun of bahameño
bahameño {adj}  :: Bahamian
bahameño {m}  :: Bahamian
bahareque {m}  :: bahareque
bahaísmo {m}  :: Bahá'í Faith (an Abrahamic monotheistic religion)
bahman {m}  :: Bahman
baho {m}  :: A dish made with rice and yucca. Also commonly known as a rare species of hybrid Gus when combined with Teresa's genetically defined chemistry
bahorrina {f}  :: dirt, filth
bahreiní {adj}  :: Bahraini
bahreiní {mf}  :: Bahraini
Bahréin {prop}  :: Bahrain (country in the Middle East)
baht {m}  :: baht
bailable {adj}  :: danceable
bailador {m}  :: dancer
bailador {adj}  :: dancing
bailaor {m}  :: flamenco dancer
bailaora {f}  :: flamenco dancer
bailar {v}  :: to dance
bailar {v} [soccer]  :: to dribble (the ball)
bailar con la más fea {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get the short straw
bailarina {f}  :: (female) dancer
bailarín {m}  :: dancer
baile {m}  :: dance
bailecito {m}  :: folk dance
baile del caño {m}  :: pole dance
baile del tubo {m}  :: pole dance
baile de salón {m}  :: ballroom dance
baile en tubo {m}  :: pole dance
bailongo {adj}  :: dance [attributive]
bailotear {v}  :: to dance around, to shimmy
baipás {m} [medicine]  :: bypass
bañista {mf}  :: bather
baja {f}  :: casualty, loss
baja {f}  :: drop, fall, reduction
baja {f}  :: sick leave (absence for illness)
baja {f}  :: withdrawal, retirement
Baja California {prop} {f}  :: Baja California (state)
bajacaliforniano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Baja California
Baja California Sur {prop} {f}  :: Baja California Sur (state)
bajada {f}  :: drop, descent
bajada {f}  :: declivity
bajamar {f}  :: low tide
bajamente {adv}  :: basely
bajamiento {m} [obsolete]  :: lowering
bajante {adj}  :: lowering, going down
bajante {f}  :: lowering of water level
bajar {v}  :: to go down
bajar {v}  :: to descend
bajar {v}  :: to download
bajar {v}  :: to reduce
bajar {v}  :: to take/bring down
bajar al pilón {v} [vulgar, idiomatic]  :: To eat pussy; to go down on
bajarse al pilón {v}  :: alternative form of bajar al pilón
Baja Verapaz {prop} {f}  :: Baja Verapaz (department)
bajera {f} [architecture]  :: lower ground floor, basement
bajez {f}  :: obsolete form of bajeza
bajeza {f}  :: baseness
bajeza {f}  :: base act
bajeza {f}  :: meanness
bajini {adj}  :: only in por lo bajini
bajista {mf} [music]  :: bassist
bajista {mf} [finance]  :: bear
bajito {adj}  :: diminutive of bajo
bajón {m}  :: bassoon
bajón {m}  :: bassoonist
bajón {m}  :: lull, low, dip, drop (decline)
bajón {m}  :: blues, slump (lack of spirit)
bajo {adj}  :: short, in both literal and figurative senses
bajo {adj}  :: low
bajo {adj} [music]  :: bass
bajo {adj}  :: mean, low, despicable
bajo {adv}  :: low
bajo {m} [music]  :: bass (sound, voice or instrument)
bajo {prep}  :: under, in both literal and figurative senses
bajío {m}  :: shoal, shallows, sandbank
bajo alemán {m}  :: Low German (language)
Bajociano {prop} {m}  :: Bajocian
Bajociense {prop} {m}  :: Bajocian
bajo cuerda {adv} [idiomatic]  :: underhandedly, under the counter
bajo eléctrico {m}  :: electric bass
bajo la manga {adv} [idiom]  :: under the counter
bajo manga {adv} [idiom]  :: under the counter
bajonazo {m} [bullfighting]  :: low-down injury on the bull
bajoneado {adj} [Latin America]  :: sad, unhappy, down
bajonear {vt}  :: to get down, cause to feel bad
bajorrelieve {m}  :: bas relief
bajo sajón {m}  :: Low Saxon (language or language group)
bajísimo {adj}  :: superlative of bajo, very low, very short
bajuno {adj}  :: underhand
Bakú {prop}  :: Baku (the capital of Azerbaijan)
bakalao {m}  :: A style of aggressive electronic music originating in Valencia, Spain, in the early 1990s
baúl {m} [Argentina, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Puerto Rico]  :: (of a car) trunk [US], boot [UK, Australia]
baúl {m}  :: chest, trunk
bala {f}  :: bullet
balacear {v} [Cuba, Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico]  :: to shoot up, shoot
balacera {f}  :: shootout
baladí {adj}  :: trivial, banal, of no importance, meaningless
balada {f}  :: ballad
baladista {mf}  :: one who writes or sings ballads
balajú {m}  :: ballyhoo (fish)
balance {m} [accounting]  :: balance
balanceado {adj}  :: balanced, even keeled
balancear {v}  :: to balance
balancearse {v}  :: reflexive of balancear
balanceo {m}  :: balancing
balancín {m}  :: seesaw
balandrán {m}  :: A type of clerical robe
balandro {m} [nautical]  :: Bermudan sloop
balano {m} [zoology]  :: acorn barnacle
balanza {f}  :: balance, scale (device used to measure weight)
balanza {f} [figuratively]  :: comparative estimate, judgment
balanza {f} [astronomy, constellations]  :: Libra
balar {v}  :: to bleat
balata {f}  :: brake lining
balaustrada {f}  :: balustrade
balazo {m}  :: gunshot, shot
balboa {m}  :: balboa
balbucear {v}  :: to mutter
balbucear {v}  :: to stutter
balbucear {v}  :: to prattle
balbucear {v}  :: to lisp
balbuciente {adj}  :: stammering; that stutters or stammers
balbucir {v}  :: to stammer
Balcanes {prop} {mp}  :: Balkans
balcanización {f}  :: Balkanization
balcón {m}  :: balcony
balcánico {adj}  :: Balkan
balconada {f}  :: row of balconies
balconaje {m}  :: alternative form of balconada
balconcito {m}  :: diminutive of balcón; little balcony
balconing {m}  :: balconing
balconismo {m}  :: balconing
balda {f}  :: shelf (flat structure fixed to a wall)
baldado {adj} [colloquial]  :: knackered
baldado {adj} [colloquial]  :: crippled
baldaquín {m}  :: baldachin
baldar {v}  :: to cripple
baldazo {m}  :: A splashing of water from a bucket
balde {m}  :: bin, bucket
baldear {v}  :: to hose down, wash
baldear {v} [nautical]  :: to bail out
baldón {m}  :: insult
baldío {adj}  :: barren, waste,
baldío {adj}  :: lazy, idle
baldío {m}  :: wasteland
baldosa {f}  :: tile, slab
baldosita {f}  :: diminutive of baldosa
baldosín {m}  :: small tile
balduque {m}  :: red tape
balear {v}  :: to shoot
Baleares {prop}  :: Balearics; Balearic Islands
baleario {adj}  :: alternative form of baleárico
baleárico {adj}  :: Balearic
balígrafo {m}  :: a bullet that has been converted into a pen, especially the one used to sign the peace treaty on September 26, 2016, between FARC and the Colombian government
Bali {prop}  :: Bali (island)
balido {m}  :: The sound of a sheep, lamb, goat, deer; baa, bleat
balinés {adj}  :: Balinese
balista {f}  :: ballista
balita {f} [Paraguay]  :: marble (toy)
baliza {f} [nautical]  :: buoy, marker
baliza {f} [aerial]  :: beacon, marker
ballena {f}  :: whale
ballena {f}  :: baleen, whalebone
ballena asesina {f}  :: orca, killer whale
ballena azul {f}  :: blue whale
ballena de aleta {f}  :: fin whale
ballena jorobada {f}  :: humpback whale
ballenato {m}  :: whale calf
ballenero {adj}  :: whaling (attributive)
ballenero {m}  :: whaler
ballenero {m}  :: whaling ship; whaler
ballesta {m}  :: crossbow
ballesta {m}  :: ballista
ballesta {m}  :: leaf spring
ballestrinque {m}  :: clove hitch
ballet {m}  :: ballet
balletista {mf}  :: ballet dancer
ballotage {m}  :: ballotage
balón {m}  :: ball
balón {m}  :: balloon
balín {m}  :: pellet (small compressed object)
balneario {adj}  :: spa
balneario {m}  :: seaside resort, bathing resort
balneario {m}  :: spa
balón intragástrico {m}  :: gastric balloon
balón saltarín {m}  :: space hopper
balompié {m}  :: football (soccer)
balonazo {m}  :: hit (of a ball)
baloncestista {mf}  :: basketballer (basketball player)
baloncesto {m}  :: basketball (sport)
balonmanista {mf}  :: handballer (handball player)
balonmano {m}  :: handball
balonvolea {f}  :: volleyball
balonvoleísta {mf}  :: volleyballer
balota {f}  :: ballot
balotaje {m}  :: second round of voting
balotar {v}  :: to ballot
balotar {v} [rare]  :: to vote
balsa {f}  :: pool
balsa {f}  :: raft
balsa {f}  :: ferry
balsa {f}  :: balsa (tree)
balsa salvavidas {m} [nautical]  :: lifeboat
balsear {vt}  :: to ferry, to raft
balsámico {adj}  :: balsamic
balística {f}  :: ballistics (study of the motion of projectiles)
balístico {adj}  :: ballistic
balti {m}  :: balti
baluarte {m}  :: bastion
Bamako {prop}  :: Bamako (capital of Mali)
bambú {m}  :: bamboo (plant)
bambú {m}  :: bamboo (wood)
bamba {f}  :: hit, strike (in a game)
bamba {f}  :: a Latin American dance
bamba {f}  :: flip-flop, thong, jandal
bamba {f}  :: sneaker
bambalina {f}  :: backdrop
bambara {f}  :: Bambara (language)
bambara {f}  :: Bambara (people)
bambi {m} [colloquial]  :: deer
bambinazo {m} [baseball]  :: home run, homer
bamboleante {adj}  :: unsteady, staggering
bambolear {v}  :: to swing
bambolear {v}  :: to sway, to wobble
banal {adj}  :: banal
banalidad {f}  :: banality
banalización {f}  :: trivialization
banalizador {adj}  :: banalizing
banalizar {v}  :: to banalize
banana {f}  :: banana (fruit)
bananero {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to bananas
bananero {m}  :: banana (plant)
banano {m} [Colombia, Central America]  :: banana (fruit)
banca {f}  :: small bench
banca {f}  :: seat (in an elective body)
banca {f}  :: financial system
bancada {f}  :: bench for government officials
banca electrónica {f}  :: e-bank
bancar {v}  :: to finance, pay for
bancar {vr}  :: to cope, put up with
bancario {adj}  :: related to banks (financial institution)
bancario {m}  :: banker
bancarización {f}  :: Accessibility of, or access to, banking services
bancarizar {v}  :: To turn into a bank
bancarizar {v}  :: To provide with banking services
bancarizar {v}  :: To pay using banking services
bancarrota {f}  :: bankruptcy
banco {m}  :: bank
banco {m}  :: bench
banco {m}  :: school of fish
Banco Central Europeo {prop} {m}  :: European Central Bank (central bank for the European Union)
banco de datos {m}  :: database
banco de prensa {m} [weightlifting]  :: bench press
banda {f}  :: band (musical group)
banda {f}  :: gang, band, group
banda {f}  :: band, sash
banda {f} [heraldiccharge]  :: bend
banda ancha {f}  :: broadband
bandada {f}  :: flock (of birds)
bandada {f}  :: swarm (of insects)
bandada {f}  :: shoal (of fish)
bandada {f}  :: flock, swarm (of people)
Banda de los Cuatro {prop} {f}  :: Gang of Four (leftist political faction)
Banda Oriental {prop} {f} [historical]  :: A colonial territory disputed between Spain and Portugal that covered modern Uruguay and Rio Grande do Sul
Banda Oriental {prop} {f} [Argentina, obsolete]  :: The country of Uruguay
Bandar Seri Begawan {prop} {m}  :: Bandar Seri Begawan
banda sonora {f} [cinema, television]  :: soundtrack
banda sonora {f}  :: speed bump
bandazo {m}  :: swerve
bandeja {f}  :: tray
bandeneonista {mf}  :: bandoneonist
bandera {f}  :: flag
bandera {f}  :: banner
banderazo {m}  :: Wave of a flag
banderilla {f}  :: banderilla
banderillazo {m}  :: wave of a flag
banderillear {v} [bullfighting]  :: To stick banderillas in the bull
banderillero {m} [bullfighting]  :: banderillero
banderillero {m} [by extension]  :: lackey, lickspittle
banderita {f}  :: diminutive of bandera; small flag
banderín {m}  :: banner, pennant
banderón {m}  :: augmentative of bandera
banderola {f}  :: banner (especially one for publicity)
banderola {f}  :: (small) flag
bandicut {m}  :: bandicoot
bandida {f}  :: feminine noun of bandido
bandidaje {m}  :: banditry
bandidismo {m}  :: organised crime, banditry
bandido {m}  :: outlaw, bandit
bando {m}  :: faction, party, side
bando {m}  :: swarm, flock (of fish, birds, etc.)
bando {m}  :: edict
bandolera {f}  :: bandoleer, bandolier
bandolera {f}  :: shoulder bag
bandolerismo {m}  :: banditry
bandolero {m}  :: bandit, outlaw
bandoneón {m}  :: bandoneon
bandoneonista {mf}  :: bandoneon player
bandrullo {m} [Western Spain]  :: A type of tripe filled with meat
bandujo {m}  :: A type of tripe filled with meat
banear {v}  :: To ban (to block from participation)
banesto {mf} [Spain]  :: Someone who banks with Banesto, a Spanish bank,
banfileño {adj}  :: of or from Banfield
banfileño {m}  :: Someone from Banfield
bangaña {f}  :: gourd
Bangalore {prop} {m}  :: Bangalore (state capital of Karnataka, India)
Bangkok {prop}  :: Bangkok (the capital of Thailand)
bangladesí {adj}  :: Bangladeshi
bangladesí {mf}  :: Bangladeshi
Bangladesh {prop} {m}  :: Bangladesh
Bangladés {prop} {m}  :: Bangladesh
Bangui {prop}  :: Bangui (capital of the Central African Republic)
baniano {m}  :: banyan
banileja {f}  :: feminine noun of banilejo
banilejo {adj}  :: Of or from the city of Baní in the Dominican Republic
banilejo {m}  :: An inhabitant of the city of Baní in the Dominican Republic
banjo {m}  :: banjo
Banjul {prop}  :: Banjul (capital of The Gambia)
banner {m}  :: banner
banquera {f}  :: feminine noun of banquero
banquero {m}  :: banker (conducting the business of a bank)
banquero {m}  :: banker (dealer in a gambling house)
banqueta {f} [furniture]  :: footstool
banqueta {f} [furniture]  :: small bench
banqueta {f} [Guatemala, Mexico, Philippines]  :: sidewalk
banquete {m}  :: banquet
banquete {m}  :: catering
banquetear {v}  :: to feast, to take part in a feast
banquillo {m}  :: bench
banquina {f} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: shoulder (part of a road)
banquisa {f}  :: floe
banquisa {f}  :: sea ice
banquito {m}  :: stool
bantú {m}  :: Bantu (language family)
bantú {adj}  :: Bantu
baño {m}  :: bath
baño {m}  :: bathroom
baño {m}  :: toilet
baobab {m}  :: baobab
Baotou {prop}  :: Baotou (a prefecture-level city in northern China)
baño turco {m}  :: Turkish bath
baptista {adj}  :: Baptist
baptista {mf}  :: Baptist
baptisterio {m}  :: A baptistery. (place where a baptismal font is located)
baptisterio {m}  :: A baptismal font
baquelita {f}  :: Bakelite (a heat-resisting chemically inert resin)
baqueta {f}  :: drumstick (stick to play drums)
baqueta {f}  :: ramrod
baquetazo {m}  :: A hit with a drum stick
baqueteado {adj}  :: battered, beaten up (in rough condition)
baquetear {v}  :: to pester, bother
baquetear {v}  :: to batter, beat up
baquiar {v} [Latin America]  :: to train
Baquílides {prop} {m}  :: Bacchylides
bar {m}  :: bar, pub
bar {m}  :: bar (unit of pressure)
Barça {prop} {m} [soccer]  :: clipping of FC Barcelona
baracaldés {adj}  :: From Baracaldo
baracaldés {m}  :: Someone from Baracaldo
baracoense {adj}  :: Of or from the municipality of Baracoa, Cuba
baracoense {mf}  :: An inhabitant of the municipality of Baracoa, Cuba
barahúnda {f}  :: uproar, hubbub
baraja {f}  :: deck (of cards)
barajada {f}  :: shuffle (act of shuffling cards)
barajado {adj}  :: shuffled
barajadura {f}  :: shuffling (of cards)
barajar {v}  :: to shuffle
barajar {v}  :: to consider, to weigh up
barajear {v} [Cuba, Mexico]  :: to shuffle (mix up cards in a random order)
barajita {f}  :: trading card
baraka {f}  :: good fortune
baranda {f}  :: railing
baranda {f}  :: banister, handrail
baranda {f}  :: balustrade
barandal {m}  :: handrail, guardrail
barandilla {f}  :: handrail, banister (the handrail on the side of a staircase)
barandilla {f} [Mexico]  :: detention centre; jailhouse
barata {f} [Chile, Zamora]  :: cockroach
baratamente {adv}  :: cheaply
baratar {v}  :: to barter
baratija {f}  :: trinket, trifle
baratija {f}  :: gimcrack, catchpenny
baratija {f}  :: cheapjack's shop
baratillo {m}  :: junk, trash
baratillo {m}  :: secondhand objects
baratito {adj}  :: diminutive of barato
barato {adj}  :: cheap; inexpensive; sold at a low price
barba {f}  :: beard
barba {f}  :: chin
barba {m}  :: beardy, bearded man
barba {m} [archaic]  :: the part of an old man (in a play)
barba {m} [archaic]  :: the villain (of a play)
barbacoa {f}  :: barbecue
barbacoa {f}  :: meats (traditionally from the inside of a cow's cheek or jaw) or a whole sheep slow cooked over an open fire, or more traditionally, in a hole dug in the ground covered with maguey leaves, although the interpretation is loose
barbacoa {f}  :: Meat steamed until tender (most common present use)
barba de cabra {f}  :: Jerusalem star; goatsbeard (Tragopogon porrifolius)
barba de cabra {f}  :: baneberry (Actaea spicata)
barbadense {adj}  :: Barbadian
barbadense {mf}  :: Barbadian
Barbados {prop}  :: Barbados
Barbanegra {prop} {m}  :: Blackbeard (pirate's name)
barba partida {f}  :: cleft chin
barbar {v}  :: to beard (to grow hair on the chin and jaw)
barbaridad {f}  :: barbarity
barbaridad {f}  :: a lot, a large amount
barbaridad {interj}  :: incredible!, unbelievable!
barbarie {f}  :: barbarity
barbarismo {m}  :: barbarism
barbarizar {v}  :: to barbarize
barbas de ballena {fp}  :: baleen, whalebone
barbastrense {adj}  :: alternative form of barbastrino
barbastrense {mf}  :: alternative form of barbastrino
barbastrino {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Barbastro
barbastrino {m}  :: Someone from Barbastro
barbechar {vt}  :: to fallow
barbechera {f}  :: fallow land
barbecho {m}  :: fallow
barbera {f}  :: the barber's wife
barbera {f}  :: a female barber
barbera {f}  :: razor, cutthroat razor
barbería {f}  :: barbershop
barbero {m}  :: barber
barbiblanco {adj}  :: Having a gray beard
barbicano {adj}  :: Having a gray beard
barbiespeso {adj}  :: Having a thick beard
barbilampiño {adj}  :: beardless
barbilla {f}  :: chin
barbilla {f} [sports]  :: pull-up
barbilla partida {f}  :: cleft chin
barbiquejo {m}  :: chinstrap
barbiquejo {m} [nautical]  :: bobstay
barbirrojo {adj}  :: Having a red beard
barbitúrico {m}  :: barbiturate
barbón {adj}  :: bearded
barbárico {adj}  :: barbaric
barbudo {adj}  :: bearded
barca {f}  :: bark (boat), a small boat
barcaje {m}  :: transport of goods in a small boat or bark
barcaje {m}  :: toll paid for such transport
barcaje {m}  :: toll that was paid to go from one part of a river to another in a small boat
barcaza {f}  :: barge
Barcelona {prop} {f}  :: Barcelona (province)
Barcelona {prop} {f}  :: Barcelona (city)
Barcelona {prop} {f}  :: The letter B in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
barcelonismo {m}  :: Support of the football club FC Barcelona
barcelonista {adj} [football, attributive]  :: A person connected with FC Barcelona, as a player, fan, coach etc
barcelonés {adj}  :: Barcelonan
barcelonés {m}  :: Barcelonan
Barcino {prop} {m} [poetic or dated]  :: Barcelona
barcinonense {adj}  :: Barcelonan
barcinonense {mf}  :: Barcelonan
barcito {m}  :: small bar
barco {m}  :: boat
barco de vapor {m}  :: steamboat
barda {f} [Mexico]  :: fence
barda {f}  :: barding
bardana {f}  :: burdock (any of the species of biennial thistles in the genus Arctium)
bar de ambiente {m}  :: gay bar
bar de copas {m}  :: bar, wine bar
bardo {m}  :: bard
baremar {v}  :: to assess
baremo {m}  :: scale (numerical sequence used for measurement)
baremo {m}  :: scale (used to assess magnitudes)
baremo {m}  :: pricelist
barequear {v}  :: to pan for metals
barequeo {m}  :: panning for metals
Bargas {prop}  :: A town near Toledo, Spain
bargueño {m}  :: vargueno
Bari {prop}  :: Bari (town in Italy)
Bari {prop}  :: Bari (province in Italy)
baricentro {m} [physics]  :: barycenter
barión {m} [particle]  :: baryon
Baréin {prop} {n}  :: Bahrain
bariónico {adj}  :: baryonic
barinés {adj}  :: Of or from the city, municipality or state of Barinas (state) in Venezuela
barinés {m}  :: An inhabitant of the city, municipality or state of Barinas (state) in Venezuela
bario {m}  :: barium
barista {mf}  :: barista
barita {f} [mineral]  :: barite
bariátrico {adj}  :: bariatric
barloventeña {f}  :: feminine noun of barloventeño
barloventear {v} [nautical]  :: to beat (sail close to the wind)
barloventeño {adj}  :: Of or from the region of Barlovento, Venezuela
barloventeño {m}  :: An inhabitant of the region of Barlovento, Venezuela
barlovento {m}  :: windward side
barman {m}  :: barman, bartender
barómetro {m}  :: barometer
barón {m}  :: baron
Barna {prop}  :: A nickname of Barcelona
barnacla {f}  :: brant (goose of genus Branta)
barnacla canadiense {f}  :: The Canada goose
barnacla cariblanca {f}  :: The barnacle goose, a freshwater bird
barnacla carinegra {f}  :: The brent goose (UK), or brant goose (US). A water bird
Barnaúl {prop}  :: Barnaul (city in Russia)
barniz {m}  :: varnish, gloss
barnizar {v}  :: to varnish
baro- {prefix}  :: baro-
barojiano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Spanish writer Pío Baroja
barométrico {adj}  :: barometric
baronía {f}  :: barony
baronesa {f}  :: baroness
baronet {m}  :: baronet
barquera {f}  :: feminine noun of barquero
barquero {m}  :: boatman, ferryman (man who operates a boat)
barquillo {m}  :: ice cream cone
barquisimetana {f}  :: feminine noun of barquisimetano
barquisimetano {adj}  :: Of or from the city of Barquisimeto in Venezuela
barquisimetano {m}  :: An inhabitant of the city of Barquisimeto in Venezuela
barquito {m}  :: diminutive of barco: small boat
barra {f}  :: bar
barra {f}  :: slash ("/" symbol)
barra {f}  :: (iron) rod
barra {f} [heraldiccharge]  :: bend sinister
barra {f} [weightlifting]  :: barbell
barra americana {f}  :: singles bar
barrabasada {f}  :: mischief
barra brava {f} [Latin America]  :: Mafia organisation that controls football-based businesses
barrabrava {f}  :: alternative form of barra brava
barraca {f}  :: barrack
barraca {f}  :: tent, hut
barraca {f}  :: storage shed
barracón {m}  :: bunkhouse
barra con pesas {f}  :: barbell
barracuda {f} [fish]  :: barracuda
barracudina {f}  :: barracudina
barra de compás {f} [music]  :: bar line
barra de equilibrio {f}  :: balance beam
barra fija {f} [gymnastics]  :: horizontal bar
barragán {adj} [obsolete]  :: brave
barragán {m}  :: The lover of a married person; a concubine
barragán {m} [obsolete]  :: companion
barragán {m}  :: Barracan; a waterproof woolen fabric
barragán {m}  :: A coat made of this fabric
barranca {f}  :: barranca, canyon, ravine
barranco {m}  :: ravine
barrancoso {adj} [of terrain]  :: broken, uneven, full of cliffs or ravines
barranquillero {adj}  :: From Barranquilla
barranquillero {m}  :: Someone from Barranquilla
barranquina {f}  :: feminine of barranquino
barranquino {adj}  :: Of or from the district of Barranco District, Peru
barranquino {m}  :: An inhabitant of the district of Barranco District, Peru
barranquismo {m}  :: canyoning (sport)
barraquista {mf}  :: slumdog, slum-dweller
barrar {v}  :: to mud, mud up, make muddy
barras asimétricas {fp} [gymnastics]  :: uneven bars
barrena {f}  :: drill, a tool for creating holes in a workpiece
barrena {f}  :: tailspin
barrendera {f}  :: roadsweeper
barrendero {m}  :: road sweeper
barreno {m}  :: drill, a tool for creating holes in a workpiece
barreño {m}  :: bowl; tub
barrer {vt}  :: to sweep
barrera {f}  :: barrier
barrera {f} [football]  :: wall (line of players standing side-by-side to block a free kick)
Barrera {prop}  :: surname
barrera de hielo {f}  :: ice shelf
barrera de hielo {f}  :: ice dam
barrera idiomática {f}  :: language barrier
barreta {f}  :: crowbar
barreta {f}  :: batten
barriada {f}  :: barriada (shanty town)
barriada {f}  :: neighborhood
barrial {adj}  :: neighborhood
barrial {m}  :: bog, marsh
barrica {f}  :: barrel, cask (container for liquids)
barricada {f}  :: barricade (barrier constructed across a road, especially as a military defence)
barrida {f}  :: sweeping (instance of sweeping)
barrida {f} [Latin America]  :: police raid
barrido {adj}  :: swept
barrido {m}  :: sweep (act of sweeping)
barriga {f}  :: belly, paunch
barrigón {adj} [colloquial]  :: potbellied
barrigudo {adj}  :: potbellied
barrigudo {adj}  :: plump
barrigudo {m}  :: brown woolly monkey
barriguita {f}  :: diminutive of barriga, tummy
barriguita {f}  :: pot belly
barril {m}  :: barrel
barril de oro {m}  :: the barrel cactus, (Echinocactus grusonii)
barrilete {m} [Argentina, Nicaragua]  :: kite (toy carried on the wind)
barrilla {f}  :: barilla, saltwort
barrio {m}  :: neighbourhood
barrio {m} [Mexico]  :: any neighbourhood of the original or ancient part of a city (usually excluding new growths after 30s, 40s or 50s, depending on the state or city)
barrio {m} [Venezuela, Dominican Republic]  :: slum
barrio bajo {m}  :: slum (dilapidated neighborhood)
barrista {mf}  :: barista
barritar {v}  :: to trumpet (to make an elephant call)
barrito {m}  :: (elephant noise) trumpet
barrizal {m}  :: mire (muddy area)
barro {m} [geology]  :: mud
barro {m} [materials]  :: clay
barro {m} [dermatology]  :: pustule (caused by acne), closed comedo
barroco {adj}  :: Baroque
barroquismo {adj}  :: Baroque
barros jarpa {m} [Chile]  :: a sandwich made with ham and melted cheese
barros luco {m} [Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru]  :: a sandwich made with grilled steak and melted cheese
Barros Luco {m}  :: alternative form of barros luco
barroso {adj}  :: muddy
barrote {m}  :: bar, crossbeam
barrote {m}  :: bolt
barrueco {m}  :: Irregular pearl
barruntar {v}  :: to foresee
bartender {m}  :: bartender
bartolina {m} [Cuba, El Salvador, Honduras]  :: prison cell
Bartolomé {prop}  :: Bartholomew, the apostle
Bartolomé {prop}  :: given name
Bartoniano {prop} {m}  :: Bartonian
Bartoniense {prop} {m}  :: Bartonian
barítono {m}  :: baritone (male voice)
barítono {m}  :: baritone (musical range)
barítono {adj}  :: baritone
barullo {m}  :: uproar
barullo {m}  :: din, noise
baruteño {adj}  :: Of or from Baruta
baruteño {m}  :: Someone from Baruta
barvecho {m} [obsolete]  :: fallow
basal {adj}  :: basal
basalto {m}  :: basalt (hard rock)
basamento {m}  :: the base of a column or another structure, plinth
basar {v}  :: to base
basarse {v}  :: reflexive of basar
basca {f}  :: nausea
basculación {f}  :: swinging, tilting, shifting
basculante {m}  :: dump truck
bascular {v}  :: to tilt, totter, move to and fro, oscillate
bascular {v}  :: to sway, swing
base {f}  :: base
base {f}  :: basis
base {f} [linear algebra]  :: basis
base {f}  :: grounding
base {f}  :: foundation
base {f} [basketball]  :: point guard
base de datos {m}  :: database
base de datos relacional {f}  :: relational database
basidio {m} [mycology]  :: basidium
basidiocarpo {m} [mycology]  :: basidiocarp
basidioliquen {m} [lichenology]  :: basidiolichen
basidiomiceto {m}  :: basidiomycete
Basilea {prop} {f}  :: Basel
basilecto {m} [linguistics]  :: basilect
basiliense {adj}  :: of or from Basel
basiliense {mf}  :: Basler
Basilio {prop}  :: given name, cognate to English Basil
basilisco {m} [mythology]  :: basilisk
basket {m}  :: basketball (sport)
baskonista {mf}  :: A player on the basketball team Saski Baskonia
Baskortostán {prop}  :: Bashkortostan (federal subject of Russia)
basílica {f}  :: basilica (all senses)
basílica {f} [poetic]  :: palace
basáltico {adj}  :: basaltic
basmati {m}  :: basmati
basocelular {adj}  :: basocellular
basquetbol {m}  :: alternative spelling of básquetbol
basquetbolista {mf}  :: basketball player
basquetero {m}  :: basketball player
Basseterre {prop}  :: Basseterre (capital of Saint Kitts and Nevis)
basta {interj}  :: enough
basta {f} [sewing]  :: basting
bastante {adj}  :: enough; sufficient
bastante {adj}  :: quite some; quite a bit (of)
bastante {adv}  :: quite
bastante {adv}  :: Enough; sufficiently
bastante {adv}  :: quite a bit; to a considerable degree
bastar {vi}  :: to be enough; to suffice
bastardear {vt}  :: to bastardize
bastardilla {f}  :: word in italics; italic type
bastardo {adj}  :: bastard
bastardo {m}  :: bastard
bastarse {v}  :: reflexive of bastar
bastar y sobrar {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be more than enough
bastedad {f}  :: crudeness, coarseness, roughness
bastedad {f}  :: rudeness, vulgarity
bastidor {m}  :: frame, framework
bastidor {m} [architecture]  :: sash, casement
bastidor {m} [automotive]  :: chassis
bastidor {m} [painting]  :: stretcher
bastidor {m} [theater]  :: wing, coulisse, slip
bastilla {f} [sewing]  :: hem
bastilla {f}  :: bastille
Bastilla {prop} {f}  :: Bastille (a prison in France)
bastión {m}  :: bastion, bulwark
bastitano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Baza, Granada
bastitano {m}  :: Someone from Baza
bastón {m}  :: walking stick, staff
bastón {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: riband
bastón de caramelo {m}  :: candy cane
bastón de mando {m}  :: staff of power; baton (a symbolic staff held by a person in authority, especially by the mayor in Spanish towns)
bastón de mando {m} [figurative]  :: baton, balance of power
basto {adj}  :: rough, coarse
basto {adj}  :: gross
basto {adj}  :: homespun
basto {m}  :: packsaddle, saddle pad
basto {m} [cards]  :: clubs
bastonada {f}  :: beating with a stick or cane; synonym of bastonazo
bastonazo {m}  :: A hit with a walking stick or staff
bastoncillo {m}  :: cotton swab, Q-tip
bastoncito {m}  :: diminutive of bastón
bastonear {v}  :: to hit with a staff or stick
bastonera {f}  :: majorette
basura {f}  :: trash, waste, garbage, rubbish, nonsense
basura {f}  :: something trashy or undesirable
basural {m}  :: landfill, dump (place where waste or garbage is left)
basurera {f}  :: feminine noun of basurero
basurero {m}  :: dust bin
basurero {m}  :: dustman
basurero {m}  :: landfill, dump (place where waste or garbage is left)
bata {f}  :: dressing gown
bata {f}  :: lab coat
batacazo {m}  :: thumb, thud
batahola {f}  :: racket, clamor
batalla {f}  :: battle
batallador {adj}  :: battling, fighting, scrappy
batallar {v}  :: to battle
batallita {f}  :: yarn, story
batallón {m}  :: battalion
batamanta {f}  :: Snuggie, sleeved blanket
batará {m}  :: antshrike
batará dorsicastaño {m}  :: lined antshrike
batará lineado {m}  :: fasciated antshrike
batará luctuoso {m}  :: glossy antshrike
batará mayor {m}  :: great antshrike
batará murino {m}  :: mouse-colored antshrike
bataré pintado {m}  :: large-tailed antshrike
batasuna {f}  :: feminine noun of batasuno
batasuno {m}  :: A person involved with Batasuna, the Basque political party
batata {f}  :: sweet potato
batata dulce {f}  :: synonym of batata
batatal {m}  :: piece of land cultivating sweet potato
batazo {m} [baseball]  :: hit (with the bat)
bate {m} [sports]  :: bat
bate {m} [Honduras, slang]  :: reefer, joint (a marijuana cigarette)
batea {f}  :: shallow pan (wide receptacle used in gold washing)
batea {f}  :: tray (for foods such as shellfish, fruit)
batea {f}  :: bed (of a truck)
bateador {m}  :: batter
bateadora {f}  :: feminine noun of bateador
batear {v}  :: to bat
batería {f}  :: large battery
batería {f}  :: drum set
batería {f}  :: drummer
baterista {mf}  :: drummer
batey {m}  :: The Caribbean name for a residential area on a plantation for its workers
Bathoniense {prop} {m}  :: Bathonian
batible {adj}  :: beatable
batiburrillo {m}  :: mishmash, motley
batida {f} [hunting]  :: beating
batida {f}  :: search
batida {f}  :: raid
batido {adj}  :: chatoyant, variegated, shot (silk)
batido {adj}  :: trodden, beaten (path)
batido {m} [cooking]  :: batter
batido {m}  :: whipped cocktail
batido {m}  :: smoothie (fruit drink), milkshake
batido {m}  :: beating (of metal, batter, wool, etc.)
batidor {m}  :: whisk
batidora {f}  :: whisk (hand-powered)
batidora {f}  :: mixer, blender (electrical)
batiente {adj}  :: banging, hitting
batiente {m}  :: frame (of a door)
batiente {m}  :: shoreline
batimento {m}  :: alternative form of esbatimento
batimetría {f}  :: bathymetry
batimétrico {adj}  :: bathymetric
batintín {m} [music]  :: Chinese gong
batir {vt}  :: to beat, to pound repeatedly
batir {vt} [cooking]  :: to beat, whisk
batir {vt}  :: to beat, overcome (an opponent, record, etc.)
batir {vt}  :: to coin (a word, etc.)
batirse {v}  :: reflexive of batir
Batista {prop}  :: surname
batistiano {adj}  :: of or pertaining to Fulgencio Batista
batistiano {m}  :: a supporter of Fulgencio Batista
batllismo {m}  :: The political beliefs of José Batlle y Ordóñez, president of Uruguay between 1911 and 1915
batllista {mf}  :: A supporter of José Batlle y Ordóñez, president of Uruguay between 1911 and 195
Batman {prop} {m}  :: Batman (superhero)
batímetro {m}  :: bathometer
batán {m} [textile]  :: fulling mill
batín {m}  :: dressing gown, nightgown
bato {m} [dated]  :: dork, dimwit
bato {m} [Latin America, colloquial]  :: young man, youth
bato {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: chump, punk
bato {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: dude, guy, buddy
bato {m} [Spain, slang]  :: father
batolito {m}  :: batholith
Batoniano {prop} {m}  :: Bathonian
batracio {adj}  :: batrachian
batucada {f}  :: batucada
batuka {m}  :: A sport combining elements of gymnastics and dance
baturra {f}  :: feminine noun of baturro
baturro {m}  :: Aragonese peasant
batuta {f}  :: baton (stick used by conductors)
batuta {f}  :: rule, sway
baumanómetro {m}  :: sphygmomanometer
bauprés {m} [nautical]  :: bowsprit
bautismal {adj}  :: baptismal
bautismo {m}  :: baptism (rite, ceremony)
bautismo de fuego {f}  :: baptism of fire
bautista {m}  :: baptist (person who baptizes)
bautizar {v}  :: to baptize
bautizo {m}  :: baptism, christening
bauxita {f} [mineral]  :: bauxite
Baviera {prop} {f}  :: Baviera (state)
baxo {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of bajo
baya {f}  :: berry (a small fruit)
baya de enebro {f}  :: juniper berry
baya de junípero {f}  :: juniper berry
bayamés {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Bayamo
bayamés {m}  :: Someone from Bayamo
bayeta {m}  :: baize
baygón {m}  :: insecticide
bayoneta {f}  :: bayonet
bayonetazo {m}  :: A wound caused by a bayonet
bayunco {adj} [colloquial, somewhat pejorative, El Salvador]  :: silly
baza {f} [card games]  :: trick
baza {f}  :: Aviceda, cuckoo-hawk [bird genus]
bazar {m}  :: bazaar (marketplace)
bazo {m} [anatomy]  :: spleen
bazofia {f} [pejorative]  :: pigswill, hogwash, slop (low-quality food)
bazoka {f}  :: alternative spelling of bazuca
bazuca {m}  :: bazooka
bazuka {m}  :: bazooka
búbalo {m}  :: water buffalo
bíblico {adj}  :: biblical
búcaro {m}  :: clay
búcaro {m}  :: clay jug or vase
BCB {initialism}  :: Bloque Central Bolívar
BCE {prop} {m}  :: ECB
bíceps {adj}  :: two-headed; having two peaks or extensions
bíceps {adj} [muscle]  :: bicipital
bíceps {m}  :: biceps, especially the biceps brachii
bíceps braquial {m}  :: biceps brachii
bíceps crural {m}  :: biceps femoris
BCN {prop}  :: abbreviation of Baja California, a state of Mexico
BCN {prop}  :: abbreviation of Barcelona
báculo {m}  :: staff (long, straight stick, especially one used to assist in walking)
bádminton {m}  :: badminton
be {f}  :: letter: b
be {m}  :: baa (bleating of a sheep)
Bea {prop} {f}  :: A diminutive of the female given name Beatriz
beagle {m}  :: beagle
beatería {f}  :: sanctimoniousness
beaterio {m}  :: beguinage
beatificación {f}  :: beatification
beatificar {vt}  :: to beatify
beatitud {f}  :: bliss
beatitud {f}  :: blessedness, beatitude
beatle {m}  :: Beatle
beatlemanía {f}  :: Beatlemania
Beatles {prop} {mp}  :: Beatles (rock music quartet)
beato {adj}  :: having too much beatitude, goody goody, pious, sanctimonious
Beatriz {prop}  :: given name, equivalent to Beatrice
bebé {m}  :: baby
bebecita {f}  :: feminine noun of bebecito
bebecito {m}  :: diminutive of bebé, little baby
bebedero {m}  :: water fountain (device to dispense drinking water)
bebedor {adj}  :: drinking
bebedor {adj}  :: hard drinking bibulous (drinking alcohol)
bebedor {m}  :: drinker (one who drinks)
bebedor {m}  :: drunkard (one who drinks alcohol)
beber {v}  :: to drink
beberaje {m}  :: drink (beverage, usually alcoholic)
beber como un cosaco {v} [idiomatic]  :: to drink like a fish
beber como un pez {v} [idiom]  :: drink like a fish
beberrón {m}  :: heavy drinker; boozer; boozehound
beberrón {adj}  :: heavy-drinking
beberrona {f}  :: feminine noun of beberrón
bebestible {adj}  :: drinkable
bebestibles {mp}  :: drinks, beverages
bebezón {f} [Caribbean]  :: booze-up
bebible {adj}  :: drinkable
bebida {f}  :: drink
bebida {f} [Chile]  :: soda (soft drink)
bebido {adj}  :: drunk
bebido {m}  :: obsolete form of bebida
bebido {v}  :: past participle of beber
bebita {f}  :: diminutive of bebé
bebito {m}  :: diminutive of bebé, little baby
beca {f}  :: grant, stipend
beca {f}  :: scholarship
becada {f}  :: feminine noun of becado
becado {m}  :: one who has been granted a scholarship
becar {v}  :: to grant a stipend or scholarship for studying
becaria {f}  :: feminine noun of becario
becario {m}  :: grant-holder, scholarship-holder
becario {m}  :: trainee, intern
becerra {f}  :: heifer
becerrada {f} [bullfighting]  :: bullfight with a yearling calf
becerrista {mf} [bullfighting]  :: A novice bullfighter who fights yearling calves
becerro {m}  :: calf; young cow
becerro {m}  :: calfskin
bechamel {m}  :: béchamel
Bechuanalandia {prop} {f} [historical]  :: Bechuanaland (former name for Botswana)
becquerelio {m}  :: becquerel
bed and breakfast {m}  :: bed and breakfast
bedel {mf}  :: janitor, porter
beduino {adj}  :: bedouin
beduino {m}  :: bedouin
beefeater {m}  :: Beefeater
beethoveniano {adj}  :: Beethovenian, Beethoven (attributive)
befa {f}  :: jeering
Begoña {prop} {f}  :: given name
begonia {f}  :: begonia
begurense {adj}  :: Of or from Begur
begurense {mf}  :: Someone from Begur
beicon {m}  :: bacon
beige {adj}  :: beige
Beirut {prop}  :: Beirut (capital of Lebanon)
beisbolero {adj} [Latin America]  :: baseball
beisbolero {m} [Latin America]  :: baseball player
beisbolero {m} [Latin America]  :: baseball fan
beisbolista {mf}  :: baseballer
beisbolístico {adj}  :: baseball
bejuco {m}  :: liana (any climbing tropical vine)
Belarús {prop} {m}  :: Belarus (country)
Belau {prop}  :: Palau
belcantismo {m}  :: bel canto style
belcantista {adj} [attributive]  :: bel canto
beldad {f} [uncountable]  :: feminine beauty
beldad {f} [countable]  :: belle
belenismo {m}  :: The art of making nativity scenes
belenista {mf}  :: nativity scene artist
beleño {m}  :: henbane (plant)
belesa {f}  :: doctorbush (Plumbago scandens)
Belfast {prop}  :: Belfast (capital of Northern Ireland)
belfo {adj} [of a person]  :: Having thick lips
belfo {m}  :: lip (part of the body)
belga {adj}  :: Belgian (from or native to Belgium)
belga {adj}  :: Belgian (pertaining to Belgium)
belga {mf}  :: a Belgian
Belgrado {prop} {m}  :: Belgrade
Belice {prop}  :: Belize (country)
beliceña {f}  :: feminine noun of beliceño
beliceño {adj}  :: Belizean (pertaining to Belize)
beliceño {m}  :: Belizean (person)
belicista {adj}  :: warmongering
belicista {mf}  :: warmonger
belicosidad {f}  :: bellicosity
belicoso {adj}  :: bellicose, warlike
beligerancia {f}  :: belligerence
beligerante {adj}  :: belligerent
Belisario {prop} {m} [history]  :: Belisarius (a general of the Byzantine Empire)
bellaca {f}  :: feminine noun of bellaco
bellacamente {adv}  :: wickedly, crookedly
bellaco {m}  :: scoundrel, rascal
bellaco {m} [Peru]  :: plantain (banana)
bellamente {adv}  :: beautifully, finely, prettily
bellaquera {f} [Panama]  :: bravery, guts
bellaquera {f} [Colombia]  :: horniness
bellaquería {f}  :: scoundrelry
bellas artes {fp}  :: fine arts
belleza {f}  :: beauty
bellezón {m}  :: augmentative of belleza; stunner
bello {adj}  :: beautiful
bellota {f}  :: acorn (fruit of the oak)
bellota de mar {f} [colloquial]  :: acorn barnacle
bellísimo {adj}  :: superlative of bello, very beautiful
Belmopán {prop}  :: Belmopan
belén {m}  :: crib, nativity (nativity scene)
Belén {prop} {f}  :: Bethlehem, the town in Palestine
Belén {prop} {f}  :: given name derived from the place name
Beltrán {prop} {m}  :: surname
Beltrán {prop} {m}  :: given name; cognate to English Bertram
Beluchistán {prop} {m}  :: Balochistan (region)
bemol {adj} [music]  :: flat
bemol {m} [music]  :: flat symbol
bencedrina {f}  :: benzedrine
benceno {m} [organic compound]  :: benzene
bencenodiol {m} [organic compound]  :: benzenediol
bencilo {m} [organic chemistry]  :: benzyl
bencina {f}  :: gasoline
bencinera {f}  :: gas station, service station
bencílico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: benzylic
bendecido {v}  :: past participle of bendecir
bendecir {v}  :: to bless
bendición {f}  :: blessing
bendito {adj}  :: blessed
bendito {v}  :: past participle of bendecir
bendito sea Dios {phrase}  :: good Lord, good heavens
benedictina {f}  :: feminine of benedictino
benedictino {adj}  :: Benedictine
benedictino {adj} [figurative]  :: large, monumental
benedictino {m}  :: Benedictine (monk)
benefactor {m}  :: benefactor
benefactora {f}  :: feminine of benefactor
beneficencia {f}  :: beneficence, charity
beneficiar {vt}  :: to benefit
beneficiaria {f}  :: feminine of beneficiario
beneficiario {adj}  :: beneficiary
beneficiario {m}  :: beneficiary
beneficiarse {v}  :: reflexive of beneficiar
beneficio {m}  :: benefit
beneficio {m}  :: profit
beneficioso {adj}  :: beneficial
Beneharo {prop} {m}  :: given name from the Canary Islands
benemérito {adj}  :: one who is deserving or meritorious
beneplácito {m}  :: approval
Benevento {prop} {f}  :: Benevento (town and capital of Benevento)
benevolencia {f}  :: benevolence
benevolente {adj}  :: benevolent
benéfico {adj}  :: charitable
benéfico {adj}  :: beneficial
benéfico {adj}  :: beneficent
bengalí {adj}  :: Bengali
bengalí {mf}  :: Bengali (person)
bengalí {m}  :: Bengali (language)
bengala {f}  :: flare (light signal)
Bengala {prop} {m}  :: Bengal
Bengala Occidental {prop} {f}  :: West Bengal (state)
Bengasi {prop} {m}  :: Benghazi (a port city in Libya)
Bengazi {prop} {m}  :: alternative form of Bengasi
beniano {adj}  :: Of or from Beni
beniano {m}  :: Someone from Beni
benignidad {f}  :: benignity
benigno {adj}  :: benign
beninesa {f}  :: feminine noun of beninés
beninés {adj}  :: Beninese
beninés {m}  :: Beninese
Benita {prop} {f}  :: given name
benito {m}  :: Benedictine monk
Benito {prop} {m}  :: given name, equivalent to English Benedict
benjamina {f}  :: feminine noun of benjamín
benjamincito {m}  :: diminutive of benjamin
benjamín {m}  :: baby (lastborn of a family)
Benjamín {prop}  :: Benjamin [biblical character]
Benjamín {prop}  :: given name
benjuí {m}  :: benzoin (aromatic balsam, a medicinal plant)
Benín {prop} {m}  :: Benin (country)
Benítez {prop}  :: surname
bentón {m}  :: wolf fish (Hoplias malabaricus)
bentos {m}  :: benthos
benévolo {adj}  :: benevolent
benzalconio {m}  :: benzalkonium
benzaldehído {m} [organic chemistry]  :: benzaldehyde
benzfetamina {f} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: benzphetamine
benzoato {m} [organic compound]  :: benzoate
benzocaína {f}  :: benzocaine
benzodiacepina {f}  :: benzodiazepine
benzofurano {m} [organic compound]  :: benzofuran
benzoico {adj}  :: benzoic
benzol {m}  :: benzol
benzonitrilo {m} [organic compound]  :: benzonitrile
benzopireno {m} [organic compound]  :: benzopyrene
benzoquinona {f} [organic compound]  :: benzoquinone
Beocia {prop} {f}  :: Boeotia (a district in Greece)
beoda {f}  :: feminine noun of beodo
beodo {adj}  :: drunk, drunken
beodo {m}  :: drunk, drunkard
bóer {mf}  :: Boer (South African of Dutch descent)
berberecho {m}  :: cockle
berberisco {adj}  :: Berber
berbiquí {m}  :: brace, bitstock
berciano {adj}  :: Of or from El Bierzo
berciano {m}  :: Someone from El Bierzo
bereber {adj}  :: Berber
bereber {mf}  :: Berber (person)
bereber {mf}  :: Berber (the languages, taken as a whole)
berengo {adj} [Mexico]  :: stupid, naive
berenjena {f}  :: aubergine, eggplant
berenjenal {m}  :: aubergine field or plantation
berenjenal {m}  :: mess, trouble
bergamasco {adj}  :: Of or relating to Bergamo or the Bergamo people
bergantín {m} [nautical]  :: brig
berilio {m}  :: beryllium
berilo {m}  :: beryl
berkelio {m}  :: berkelium
berlina {f}  :: a sedan
berlinés {adj}  :: from Berlin
berlinés {m}  :: Berliner
berlín {m} [Chile]  :: donut (fried pastry, usually in an ellipsoidal shape and filled with cream)
Berlín {prop} {m}  :: Berlin (capital of Germany)
berlusconismo {m} [politics]  :: Berlusconism (Berlusconi's policies)
berma {f}  :: A berm
Bermúdez {prop}  :: surname
bermeano {adj}  :: From Bermeo
bermeano {m}  :: Someone from Bermeo
bermejo {adj}  :: reddish, vermilion
bermejo {adj}  :: russet, auburn
bermellón {m}  :: vermillion (pigment)
bermellón {m}  :: vermillion (color)
bermeotarra {adj}  :: From Bermeo
bermeotarra {mf}  :: Someone from Bermeo
Bermudas {prop} {f} {p}  :: Bermuda
bermudeña {f}  :: feminine noun of bermudeño
bermudeño {adj}  :: Bermudian
bermudeño {m}  :: Bermudian
Berna {prop} {f}  :: Bern (city)
Bernabé {prop} {m}  :: Barnabas [biblical character]
Bernabéu {prop} {m}  :: surname
Bernal {prop}  :: surname
Bernardino {prop} {m}  :: given name
Bernardo {prop} {m}  :: given name, cognate to Bernard
Bernárdez {prop}  :: surname
berquelio {m} [uncommon]  :: alternative spelling of berkelio
berraca {f}  :: feminine noun of berraco
berraco {m} [Colombia, slang]  :: gutsy person; someone with some balls
berrear {v}  :: to bellow
berrinche {m}  :: tantrum, skirmish
berrinchudo {adj} [colloquial]  :: one who throws tantrums all the time
berro {m}  :: cress
berro {m}  :: watercress
berro chino {m}  :: Chinese cabbage
Berta {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to English Bertha
berza {f}  :: cabbage
besador {m}  :: kisser
besaflor {m}  :: A hummingbird
besante {m}  :: bezant
besante {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: bezant
besar {v}  :: to kiss
Besarabia {prop} {f} [historical]  :: Bessarabia (region)
besarse {v}  :: reflexive of besar
besito {m}  :: diminutive of beso
beso {m}  :: kiss
beso blanco {m}  :: snowball (sex act in which ejaculated semen is passed between the mouths of two people)
beso con lengua {m}  :: tongue kiss, French kiss
beso francés {m}  :: French kiss
beso negro {m}  :: anilingus
besote {m}  :: augmentative of beso, big kiss
Besós {prop} {m}  :: Besòs
bestezuela {f}  :: diminutive of bestia
bestia {f}  :: animal
bestia {f} [pejorative]  :: a person who acts stupidly
Bestia {prop} {f} [biblical]  :: Beast (a figure in the Book of Revelation)
bestia de carga {f}  :: a beast of burden
bestial {adj}  :: beastly
bestial {adj}  :: massive, huge, giant
bestial {adj}  :: tremendous, fantastic, awesome
bestialidad {f}  :: beastliness
bestialidad {f}  :: bestiality
bestialismo {m}  :: bestiality
bestia negra {f}  :: bête noire
bestiario {m}  :: bestiary
bestseller {m}  :: bestseller
besucar {v}  :: to cover with kisses
besucón {adj}  :: being fond of kissing
besucón {m}  :: one who is fond of kissing
besucona {f}  :: feminine noun of besucón
besugo {m}  :: blackspot sea bream (Pagellus bogaraveo)
besugo {m}  :: booby, dummy, yokel, clumsy (awkward or stupid person)
besuquear {v}  :: to cover with kisses
bet {f}  :: beth; the Hebrew letter ב
beta {f}  :: beta; the Greek letter Β, β
betabloqueante {m}  :: beta blocker
betacaroteno {m}  :: beta-carotene
betahidroxibutirato {m}  :: betahydroxybutyrate
betahidroxibutírico {adj}  :: betahydroxybutyric
betaína {f} [organic compound]  :: betaine, trimethylglycine
Betancourt {prop}  :: surname
Betania {prop} {f}  :: Bethany
betarraga {f} [Chile]  :: beet, beetroot
Bethancourt {prop}  :: surname
betún {m}  :: bitumen
betún {m}  :: shoe polish
betún {m}  :: pipe joint compound
betún {m}  :: pine sap
betónica {f}  :: betonica
Beto {prop} {m}  :: A diminutive of male given names ending in -berto, such as Roberto and Alberto
betulense {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Badalona
betulense {mf}  :: Someone from Badalona
betulina {f} [organic compound]  :: betulin
betunera {f}  :: feminine noun of betunero
betunero {m}  :: shoeblack
beudo {adj}  :: obsolete form of beodo
beyako {adj} [Puerto Rico, colloquial, vulgar]  :: slang spelling of bellaco
bezaar {m} [rare, obsolete]  :: bezoar
bezoar {m}  :: bezoar
bezoárdico {adj}  :: bezoardic
bezoárico {adj}  :: alt form bezoárdico
búfalo {m}  :: buffalo (Old World bovine)
búfalo {m}  :: buffalo, the American bison
búfalo de agua {m}  :: water buffalo
bífido {adj}  :: forked, divided in two
bígama {f}  :: feminine noun of bígamo
bígamo {m}  :: bigamist
bígamo {adj}  :: bigamous
búho {m}  :: owl, eagle owl
búho {m} [colloquial]  :: informant, a squealer
bi {adj}  :: bi (bisexual)
bi- {prefix}  :: bi-
bianual {adj}  :: biennial
biatleta {mf}  :: biathlete
biatlón {m}  :: biathlon
biaumentado {adj} [geometry]  :: biaugmented
biberón {m}  :: bottle (for a baby)
biblia {f}  :: bible
Biblia {prop} {f}  :: Bible
bibliófila {f}  :: feminine noun of bibliófilo
bibliófilo {m}  :: bibliophile
bibliómano {adj}  :: bibliomaniac
bibliómano {mf}  :: bibliomaniac
biblio- {prefix}  :: biblio-
bibliofilia {f}  :: bibliophilia
bibliografía {f}  :: bibliography
bibliográfico {adj}  :: bibliographic; bibliographical
bibliomanía {f}  :: book-mania
biblioteca {f}  :: library
biblioteca {f}  :: bookcase
bibliotecaria {f}  :: A female professional librarian
bibliotecario {m}  :: A male professional librarian
bibliotecóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of bibliotecólogo
bibliotecólogo {m}  :: One who studies libraries
bibliotecología {f}  :: The academic study of libraries
biblioteconomía {f}  :: library science
biblista {mf}  :: biblist
Biblos {prop}  :: Byblos (city)
bicameral {adj}  :: bicameral
bicampeón {m}  :: two-time champion; double winner
bicampeona {f}  :: feminine of bicampeón
bicampeonato {m}  :: Two-time championship
bicarbonato {m}  :: bicarbonate
bicarbonato de sodio {m}  :: baking soda, bicarbonate of soda
bicefalia {f}  :: bicephaly
bicentenario {adj}  :: bicentenary, bicentennial
bicentenario {adj}  :: two-hundred-year-old
bicentenario {m}  :: bicentenary, bicentennial
bicha {f}  :: feminine of bicho
bicha {f}  :: beer, brew
bicharraco {m}  :: creepy crawly
biche {m}  :: alternative spelling of viche
bichero {m} [nautical]  :: boathook
bichito {m}  :: diminutive of bicho
bicho {m}  :: bug
bicho {m}  :: vermin
bicho {m} [Nicaragua, vulgar]  :: vulva
bicho {m} [Puerto Rico, vulgar]  :: penis
bicho {m} [Honduras, El Salvador, pejorative, colloquial]  :: kid, boy
bicho malo {m} [idiom]  :: nasty piece of work
bicho raro {m} [colloquial]  :: oddball, weirdo
bici {f}  :: clipping of bicycle; bike
bicicleta {f}  :: bicycle, pushbike, cycle
bicicletada {f}  :: ride (mass bicycle ride)
bicicleta de montaña {f}  :: mountain bike
bicicleta estática {f}  :: exercise bike
bicicletero {m}  :: bike rack
biciclo {m}  :: velocipede
bicilíndrico {adj}  :: two-cylinder
bicimontaña {f}  :: mountain bike
bicitaxi {m}  :: rickshaw, cycle taxi
bicóncavo {adj}  :: biconcave
Bico {prop} {f}  :: A diminutive of the female given name Victoria
bicoca {f}  :: bargain
bicoca {f}  :: piece of cake, duck soup (task that is pleasant, easy or simple)
bicolor {adj}  :: bicolour (having two colors)
bicorne {adj}  :: two-horned
bicúpula {f} [geometry]  :: bicupola
bidé {m}  :: bidet
BID {abbr}  :: Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, Inter-American Development Bank
bidet {m}  :: alternative form of bidé
bidimensional {adj}  :: two-dimensional, bidimensional
bidimensionalidad {f}  :: bidimensionality
bidireccional {adj}  :: bidirectional (moving in two directions)
bidireccional {adj}  :: bidirectional (operating or functioning in two directions)
bidisminuido {adj} [geometry]  :: bidiminished
bidón {m}  :: drum, can, jerrycan (barrel for liquid)
biela {f}  :: connecting rod, conrod
Biella {prop}  :: Biella (town and capital of Biella)
bielorrusa {f}  :: feminine noun of bielorruso
bielorrusia {f}  :: feminine of bielorrusio
Bielorrusia {prop} {f}  :: Belarus
bielorrusio {adj}  :: Belarusian
bielorrusio {m}  :: Belarusian
bielorruso {adj}  :: Belarusian (pertaining to Belarus)
bielorruso {m}  :: Belarusian (person)
bielorruso {m}  :: Belarusian (language)
biempensante {adj}  :: well-thinking
bien {adv}  :: well
bien {adv}  :: properly
bien {adv}  :: willingly
bien {adv}  :: very
bien {adj} [postpositive, colloquial]  :: well-to-do; affluent; wealthy; upper-class
bien {adj} [postpositive, colloquial]  :: exclusive; upscale; high-class
bien {m}  :: good (as opposed to evil)
bien {m}  :: goodness
bien {m}  :: welfare, benefit
bien {m}  :: (plural) goods, property, possessions, assets, wealth, estate
bienal {adj}  :: biennial
bienal {adj}  :: two-year
bienal {f}  :: biennial exhibition or show
bienamado {adj}  :: beloved
bienaventuranza {f} [Christianity]  :: beatitude
bienaventuranza {f}  :: beatitude (happiness)
bien cuidado {m} [Latin America]  :: A, usually self-employed, parked automobile attendant intended to prevent vandalism and theft
bienes {mp}  :: plural of bien
bienes raíces {mp}  :: real estate
bienes raices {f}  :: real estate
bienestar {m}  :: well-being
bienhadado {adj}  :: happy, fortunate
bienhechor {m}  :: benefactor, welldoer
bienhechora {f}  :: feminine noun of bienhechor
bien inmueble {m} [legal]  :: real property, real estate
bienintencionado {adj}  :: well-intentioned, well-meaning
bienio {m}  :: A period of two years; biennium
bien mueble {m} [legal]  :: chattel, personal property
bien nacido {adj}  :: well-born, well-bred
bien predica quien bien vive {proverb}  :: He who preaches well is he who lives well
bienquista {f}  :: feminine noun of bienquisto
bienquisto {adj}  :: well-liked, well-regarded
bienquisto {m}  :: one who is well-liked or well-regarded
bienvenida {f}  :: welcome
bienvenida {interj}  :: welcome (when saying this to a female)
bienvenido {adj}  :: welcome
bienvenido {interj}  :: welcome (to a male)
Bienvenido {prop}  :: given name, cognate to Benvenutus
biesfenocíngulo {m} [geometry]  :: disphenocingulum
biesfenoide {m} [geometry]  :: disphenoid
biestable {m} [electronics]  :: flip-flop
bifaz {m} [archaeology]  :: biface (tool)
bife {m}  :: steak
bifenilo {m} [organic compound]  :: biphenyl
bifenol {m} [organic compound]  :: biphenol
bifidobacteria {f}  :: bifidobacterium
bifobia {f}  :: biphobia
bifosfato {m}  :: biphosphate
bifronte {adj}  :: two-faced
bifásico {adj}  :: biphasic
bifurcación {f}  :: bifurcation
bifurcación {f}  :: fork; split
bifurcar {vt}  :: to bifurcate, to cause to fork off
bifurcar {vr}  :: To diverge, fork off
bifurcarse {v}  :: to split, divide, fork, branch off
big bang {m}  :: big bang
bigdata {m}  :: big data
Big Mac {mf}  :: Big Mac
bigoleador {m} [sports]  :: double goalscorer; scorer of a brace (two goals)
bigotazo {m}  :: augmentative of bigote, big moustache
bigote {m}  :: moustache, mustache; moustaches, mustaches
bigote {m}  :: whisker, whiskers
bigotillo {m}  :: small moustache
bigotito {m}  :: diminutive of bigote; small moustache
bigotón {m}  :: augmentative of bigote; huge moustache
bigotudo {adj}  :: moustachio'd
bigotudo {m}  :: The bearded tit. A bird
biógrafa {f}  :: feminine noun of biógrafo
biógrafo {m}  :: biographer
bigudí {m}  :: hair curler
Bihar {prop}  :: Bihar (a state in eastern India)
bija {f} [Dominican Republic, Cuba]  :: annatto
bijao {m}  :: The plant Calathea lutea
biker {m}  :: biker
bikini {m}  :: bikini
bilateral {adj}  :: bilateral
bilateralidad {f}  :: bilaterality
bilateralismo {m}  :: bilateralism
bilateralmente {adv}  :: bilaterally
bilbaíno {adj}  :: Bilbaoan
bilbaíno {m}  :: Bilbaoan
Bilbao {prop}  :: Bilbao
bilbilitano {m}  :: A person from Calatayud
bilbilitano {adj}  :: of or from Calatayud
biliar {adj}  :: biliary
-bilidad {suffix}  :: Form of -dad used generally for adjectives ending in -ble; Comparable generally to English suffix -ity
bilingüe {adj}  :: bilingual
bilingüismo {m}  :: bilingualism
bilioso {adj}  :: bilious
bilirrubina {f} [organic compound]  :: bilirubin
bilis {f}  :: bile
billar {m}  :: billiards
billar {m}  :: pool (game)
billar {m}  :: An establishment accommodating billiard tables; a billiard room
billardo {m}  :: billiard
billete {m}  :: banknote, bill (paper currency)
billete {m}  :: ticket
billete {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: billet
billete {m} [colloquial, uncountable]  :: money
billetera {f}  :: wallet
billete verde {m}  :: greenback (US dollar)
billetito {m}  :: diminutive of billete
billón {num}  :: 1012; a trillion (short system)
billón {num} [obsolete]  :: 109: a billion (long system)
billonaria {f}  :: billionaire
billonario {m}  :: billionaire
billullo {m} [Colombia, slang]  :: silver
bilocación {f}  :: bilocation
bióloga {f}  :: (female) biologist
biólogo {m}  :: biologist
bilunabirrotonda {f} [geometry]  :: bilunabirotunda
bimensual {adj}  :: bimonthly
bimensualmente {adv}  :: bimonthly
bimestral {adj}  :: Occurring at intervals of two months; bimonthly
bimestralmente {adv}  :: bimonthly
bimestre {adj}  :: bimonthly
bimestre {m}  :: two month period
bimetalismo {m} [economics]  :: bimetallism
bimetalista {mf}  :: bimetallist (advocate of bimetallism)
bimetalista {adj}  :: bimetallist (advocating bimetallism)
bimetálico {adj}  :: bimetallic
bimilenario {adj}  :: bimillenary
bimilenario {m}  :: bimillenary
bimotor {adj}  :: twin-engine
binacional {adj}  :: binational
binar {v}  :: to plow over
binar {v}  :: to dig over
binario {adj}  :: Binary
bingo {m}  :: bingo (game)
biónico {adj}  :: bionic
binocular {adj}  :: binocular
binomial {adj}  :: binomial
binomio {m} [mathematics]  :: binomial
binomio {m}  :: duo; pairing
binuclear {adj}  :: binuclear
bio {adj}  :: bio (biological)
bio- {prefix}  :: bio-
bioacumular {v}  :: to bioaccumulate
bioanálisis {f}  :: bioanalysis
bioartificial {adj}  :: bioartificial
biocarburante {m}  :: biofuel
biocida {f}  :: biocide
biociencia {f}  :: bioscience
biocombustible {m}  :: biofuel, ecofuel
biocompatible {adj}  :: biocompatible
bioconcentrar {v}  :: to bioconcentrate
biocrón {m} [paleontology]  :: biochron
biocronología {f}  :: biochronology
biodegradable {adj}  :: biodegradable
biodegradación {f}  :: biodegradation
biodegradar {vt}  :: to biodegrade
biodinamica {f}  :: biodynamics
biodisponibilidad {f}  :: bioavailability
biodiversidad {f} [biology]  :: biodiversity
bioerosión {f} [geology]  :: bioerosion
bioestimulación {f}  :: biostimulation
bioestratigrafía {f} [paleontology]  :: biostratigraphy
bioetanol {m}  :: bioethanol
biofarmacético {adj}  :: biopharmaceutical
biofilm {m}  :: biofilm
biogenético {adj}  :: biogenetic
biogeografía {f}  :: biogeography
biogeoquímico {adj}  :: biogeochemical
biogénesis {f}  :: biogenesis
biografía {f}  :: biography
biografiar {v}  :: to write a biography of
biográfico {adj}  :: biographic
biogás {m}  :: biogas
bioimpresión {f}  :: bioprinting
bioindicador {adj} [attributive]  :: bioindicator
bioindicador {m}  :: bioindicator
bioingeniera {f}  :: feminine noun of bioingeniero
bioingeniero {m}  :: bioengineer
biológicamente {adv}  :: biologically
biológico {adj}  :: biologic
biología {f}  :: biology
biología evolutiva {f}  :: evolutionary biology
bioluminiscencia {f}  :: bioluminescence
bioluminiscente {adj}  :: bioluminescent
bioma {m} [biology]  :: biome
biomarcador {m}  :: biomarker
biomasa {f}  :: biomass
biomaterial {m}  :: biomaterial
biombo {m}  :: folding screen
biomédico {adj}  :: biomedical
biomecánico {adj}  :: biomechanic
biomedicina {f}  :: biomedicine (a branch of medical science)
biometría {f}  :: biometrics
biomimético {adj}  :: biomimetic
biomineralización {f}  :: biomineralization
biomolécula {f} [biochemistry]  :: biomolecule
biomolecular {adj}  :: biomolecular
biomórfico {adj}  :: biomorphic
biométrico {adj}  :: biometric
bionda {f}  :: crash barrier
biopelícula {f} [biology]  :: biofilm
biopic {m}  :: biopic
bioplástico {adj}  :: bioplastic
biopolímero {m}  :: biopolymer
biopsia {f} [medicine]  :: biopsy
bioquímica {f}  :: biochemistry
bioquímica {f}  :: feminine noun of bioquímico
bioquímico {adj}  :: biochemical
bioquímico {m}  :: biochemist
biorevitalización {f}  :: biorevitalization
biorreactor {m}  :: bioreactor
biorremediación {f}  :: bioremediation
biorritmo {m}  :: biorhythm
biosaludable {adj} [attributive]  :: fitness
bioseguridad {f}  :: biosecurity
biosfera {f}  :: biosphere
biosimilar {m}  :: biosimilar
biosintético {adj}  :: biosynthetic
biosíntesis {f}  :: biosynthesis
biota {f}  :: biota
biotecnóloga {f}  :: feminine of biotecnólogo
biotecnólogo {m}  :: biotechnologist
biotecnológica {f}  :: biotechnology
biotecnológico {adj}  :: biotechnological
biotecnología {f}  :: biotechnology
biotelenovela {f}  :: biographical soap opera
bioterrorismo {m}  :: bioterrorism
bioterrorista {mf}  :: bioterrorist
bioética {f}  :: bioethics
bioético {adj}  :: bioethical
biotina {f} [vitamin]  :: biotin
biotita {f} [mineral]  :: biotite
biotopo {m}  :: biotope
biozona {f} [paleontology]  :: biozone
biparental {adj}  :: biparental
bipartición {f}  :: bipartition
bipartidismo {m} [politics]  :: bipartidism
bipartidista {adj}  :: two-party
bipartito {adj}  :: Divided into two; having two parts
bipedal {adj}  :: bipedal
bipersonal {adj}  :: bipersonal; involving exactly two people
bipirámide {f} [geometry]  :: dipyramid
biplano {adj}  :: two-winged
biplano {m}  :: biplane
biplaza {adj}  :: two-seated
bipolar {adj}  :: bipolar
bipolaridad {f}  :: bipolarity
bipolarismo {m} [politics]  :: two-coalition system, two-party system
bipolarización {f}  :: bipolarization
biquini {m}  :: alternative spelling of bikini
birlar {v}  :: to swipe, pinch or steal
birlibirloque {m}  :: magic
birmana {f}  :: feminine noun of birmano
Birmania {prop} {f}  :: Burma (Southeast Asian country)
birmano {adj}  :: Burmese (pertaining to Burma)
birmano {m}  :: Burmese (person)
birmano {m}  :: Burmese (language)
Birobidzhán {prop}  :: Birobidzhan (city in Russia)
birr {m}  :: birr (currency)
birra {f}  :: beer
birra {f}  :: beer, glass of beer
birracial {adj}  :: biracial
birrectangular {adj}  :: birectangular; containing two right angles
birrefringencia {f}  :: birefringence
birreta {f}  :: biretta
birrete {m}  :: biretta
birria {f}  :: garbage, junk
birrodado {m}  :: A two-wheeled vehicle
birrotonda {f} [geometry]  :: birotunda
biruji {m} [colloquial]  :: cold wind
bis- {prefix}  :: bis-
bis- {prefix}  :: great-
bisabuela {f}  :: great-grandmother (feminine noun of bisabuelo)
bisabuelo {m}  :: great-grandparent; great-grandfather (great-grandmother for the feminine form)
bisagra {f}  :: hinge
bisar {v}  :: to repeat (perfom an encore)
bisbisar {v}  :: to mutter
bisbita {f}  :: pipit (bird)
béisbol {m}  :: baseball (ballgame)
biscocho {m}  :: alternative spelling of bizcocho
biscotte {m}  :: biscotte
bise {m}  :: encore
bisecar {vt}  :: to bisect
bisectriz {f} [geometry]  :: bisection
biselar {v}  :: to bevel
bisemanal {adj}  :: biweekly, fortnightly
bisexual {adj}  :: bisexual
bisexual {mf}  :: bisexual
bisexualidad {f}  :: bisexuality
biósfera {f}  :: biosphere
bisiesto {m}  :: leap year
Biskek {prop}  :: Bishkek (capital of Kyrgyzstan)
bislama {m}  :: Bislama (language)
bismutita {f} [mineral]  :: bismuthite
bismuto {m}  :: bismuth
bisnieta {f}  :: feminine noun of bisnieto
bisnieto {m}  :: great-grandchild; great-grandson (great-granddaughter for the feminine form)
bisoñé {m}  :: toupee
bisoñez {f}  :: inexperience, rookieness
bisonte {m}  :: bison
bisonte americano {m}  :: American bison
bisonte europeo {m}  :: wisent
bisoño {adj}  :: inexperienced
Bissau {prop}  :: Bissau (capital of Guinea-Bissau)
bisté {m}  :: steak (food)
bistec {m}  :: steak, beefsteak
bistró {m}  :: bistrot
bistro {m}  :: bistro
bisturí {m}  :: scalpel, bistoury
Bisáu {prop}  :: alternative spelling of Bissau
bisulfato {m} [chemistry]  :: bisulfate
bisulfuro {m} [chemistry]  :: bisulphide, bisulfide
bisutería {f}  :: Fake jewellery, or costume jewellery
bit {m}  :: bit (binary digit)
bitacula {f}  :: binnacle
bitcóin {m}  :: bitcoin (currency unit)
bitácora {f}  :: a captain's log or journal on a ship
bitácora {f}  :: the closet where aforementioned journal is kept; binnacle
bitácora {f}  :: weblog, blog
biótico {adj}  :: biotic
Bitinia {prop}  :: Bithynia
Bitola {prop}  :: Bitola (city)
bitonalidad {f}  :: bitonality
bitono {m}  :: duotone
bituminoso {adj}  :: bituminous
biuora {f}  :: obsolete spelling of víbora
bivalvo {m}  :: bivalve
bividí {m} [Ecuador, Peru, slang]  :: sleeveless undershirt, singlet
biyección {f} [mathematics]  :: bijection
Bizancio {prop} {m}  :: Byzantium (ancient Greek city)
bizantina {f}  :: feminine of bizantino
bizantino {adj}  :: Byzantine
bizantino {m}  :: Byzantine
bizarro {adj}  :: dashing, brave, spirited, gallant
bizarro {adj}  :: generous, magnanimous, noble
bizarro {adj} [Argentina, Chile]  :: bizarre, strange, weird
bizco {adj}  :: crosseyed
bizco {adj} [bullfighting]  :: Having non-symmetrical horns
bizcocho {m}  :: sponge cake
bizcocho {m}  :: bisque (fired unglazed pottery)
bizcocho {m} [Argentina]  :: a kind of salty cookie
bizcocho {m} [Uruguay]  :: croissant
bizcocho {m}  :: (bizcocho de soletilla) ladyfinger
bizcochuelo {m}  :: pejorative of bizcocho
biznaga {f}  :: khella, toothpickweed (Ammi visnaga)
biznaga {f} [Mexico]  :: A generic name for several species of small, prickly cacti, especially barrel cacti
biznieta {f}  :: feminine of biznieto
biznieto {m}  :: alternative form of bisnieto
bizona {f}  :: bizone
bizquear {v}  :: to cross one's eyes
bizquear {v}  :: to squint
bizquear {v}  :: to wink
bla {m}  :: blah (idle talk)
bla bla bla {m}  :: blah, chitchat
blackjack {m}  :: blackjack (card game)
blada {f}  :: sycamore
Blagovéshchensk {prop} {m}  :: Blagoveshchensk (city in Siberia)
blairismo {m}  :: Blairism
Blanca {prop} {f}  :: given name
Blancanieves {prop} {f}  :: Snow White
Blanca Nieves {prop} {f}  :: alternative spelling of Blancanieves
blanca y en botella, leche {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: no doubt about it, no question
blanco {adj}  :: white
blanco {adj} [heraldry]  :: argent
blanco {m}  :: white
blanco {m}  :: target
Blanco {prop}  :: surname
blanco como la pared {adj} [idiom]  :: white as a sheet
blancor {m}  :: whiteness
blancura {f}  :: whiteness
blancuzco {adj}  :: whitish
blandengue {adj}  :: weak, soft
blandengue {mf}  :: sissy, weakling, softie
blandenguería {f}  :: softness, weakness
blandir {vt}  :: to brandish
blandito {adj}  :: diminutive of blando
blando {adj}  :: soft
blando {adj}  :: bland
blando {adj}  :: flabby
blando {adj}  :: cowardly
blando {adj} [music]  :: flat
bálano {m}  :: glans (apex of the penis)
blanqueador {adj}  :: whitening
blanqueador {m}  :: bleach
blanqueador {m}  :: whitener
blanqueamiento {m}  :: whitening, eugenics
blanquear {v}  :: to bleach
blanquear {v}  :: to whiten; to turn white
blanquear {v}  :: to whitewash
blanquear {v} [sports]  :: to win without allowing rival to get points
blanquecino {adj}  :: whitish
blanquedad {f}  :: whiteness
blanqueo {m} [uncountable]  :: whitening, whitewashing, bleaching
blanqueo {m}  :: laundering
blanqueo de capitales {m}  :: money laundering
blanquiazul {adj}  :: blue and white
blanquiazul {adj}  :: Of or related to RCD Espanyol, a football team in Barcelona
blanquiazul {mf}  :: A fan, player, or other person connected to RCD Espanyol
blanquiazulal {adj}  :: Blue and white
blanquiazulal {adj} [football]  :: relating to a number of clubs who have a blue and white strip (below are just a number of such clubs)
blanquiazulal {mf}  :: Someone connected to any of the above clubs, as a player, coach, fan etc
blanquinegro {adj}  :: black and white
blanquinegro {adj}  :: black-and-white
blanquinegro {adj} [football]  :: Of or pertaining to Real Balompédica Linense, a football team in La Línea de la Concepción, Andalusia
blanquinoso {adj}  :: whitish
blanquirrojo {adj}  :: white and red
blanquito {adj}  :: diminutive of blanco
blanquitos {adj}  :: Very clean or well bleached
blanquitos {m}  :: pearly whites
blanquivioleta {adj} [football]  :: Related or connected to Real Valladolid, a football team in Valladolid, Spain
blanquivioleta {mf} [football]  :: A player, fan, coach or other person connected to Real Valladolid, a football team in Valladolid, Spain
blanquísimo {adj}  :: superlative of blanco
blao {adj} [heraldry]  :: azure
blao {adj} [obsolete]  :: blue
blao {m} [heraldry, obsolete]  :: azure
blao {m} [obsolete]  :: azure (color)
Blas {prop} {m}  :: given name
Blasco {prop} {m}  :: surname
blasfema {f}  :: feminine noun of blasfemo
blasfemamente {adv}  :: blasphemously
blasfemar {v}  :: to blaspheme
blasfematorio {adj}  :: blasphemous
blasfemia {f}  :: blasphemy
blasfemo {adj}  :: blasphemous
blasfemo {m}  :: blasphemer
blasón {m} [heraldry]  :: blazon
blasón {m} [heraldry]  :: coat of arms
blasón {m} [heraldry]  :: heraldry
blasón {m}  :: honor, glory
blasonar {v}  :: to blazon
blasonar {v} [heraldry]  :: to emblazon
blasonar {v}  :: to boast
blastoporo {m}  :: blastopore
blaugrana {adj} [football, attributive]  :: of or relating to FC Barcelona, a football club from Barcelona
blazer {m}  :: blazer
búlder {m}  :: bouldering
bledo {m}  :: common amaranth, red-root amaranth, pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus)
bledo {m} [figuratively]  :: something insignificant
blefaroplastia {f} [surgery]  :: blepharoplasty
blenda {f} [mineral]  :: blende
blenorragia {f}  :: gonorrhea
blenorrea {f}  :: gonorrhea
búlgara {f}  :: feminine noun of búlgaro
búlgaro {adj}  :: Bulgarian (from or native to Bulgaria)
búlgaro {adj}  :: Bulgarian (pertaining to Bulgaria)
búlgaro {m}  :: a Bulgarian
búlgaro {m}  :: the Bulgarian language
Bélgica {prop} {f}  :: Belgium
bélgico {adj} [rare]  :: Belgian (from or native to Belgium)
bélgico {adj} [rare]  :: Belgian (pertaining to Belgium)
Bélgorod {prop}  :: Belgorod (a city in Russia)
Bélice {prop}  :: Belize (country)
bélico {adj}  :: bellicose, belligerent
bólido {m}  :: racecar
bólido {m}  :: speedboat
bólido {m}  :: bolide
blindado {adj}  :: armoured
blindado {m}  :: armoured car
blindaje {m}  :: armor-plating, armor, shielding
blindar {vt}  :: to shield, to armor
bloc {m}  :: pad (such as of paper)
blocado {v}  :: past participle of blocar
blocao {m} [military]  :: movable blockhouse
blocar {v} [sport]  :: to block, tackle
block {m} [Guatemala]  :: cement block
blockbuster {m}  :: blockbuster (film)
blockera {f} [Guatemala]  :: Place where cement blocks are sold
blofear {v}  :: to bluff
blog {m} [internet]  :: blog
blogger {m}  :: blogger
blogosfera {f} [Internet]  :: blogosphere
bloguear {v}  :: to blog
bloguer {m}  :: blogger
bloguera {f} [Internet]  :: blogger
bloguero {m} [Internet]  :: blogger
blonda {f}  :: lace
bloque {m}  :: bloc
bloque {m}  :: block (street block or a piece of something)
bloqueador {m}  :: blocker (something or someone that blocks)
bloqueador {adj}  :: blocking (that blocks)
bloqueadora {f}  :: feminine noun of bloqueador
bloquear {vt}  :: to block
bloqueo {m}  :: blockade
bloqueo {m}  :: blockage
bloqueo {m}  :: locking
bloqueo {m}  :: freeze
bloquera {f}  :: concrete block machine
bloquera {f} [Guatemala]  :: Place where cement blocks are sold
bálsamo {m}  :: balsam
bálsamo {m}  :: balsam (tree or shrub)
bálsamo {m}  :: hair conditioner
báltico {adj}  :: Baltic
báltico {m}  :: Balt
Báltico {prop} {m}  :: Baltic
bluegrass {m}  :: bluegrass
bluejeans {m}  :: jeans (trousers)
blues {m} {mp} [music genre]  :: blues
bluesman {m}  :: bluesman
bluetooth {m}  :: Bluetooth
blujins {mp} [rare]  :: blue jeans
blumer {m}  :: knickers
blusa {f}  :: blouse
blusera {f} [music]  :: blues artist
blusero {adj} [music, attributive]  :: blues
blusero {m} [music]  :: blues artist
blusita {f}  :: diminutive of blusa
bluyín {m}  :: jeans
BM {abbr}  :: Banco Mundial: World Bank
Bámako {prop}  :: alternative spelling of Bamako
búmeran {m} [Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico]  :: boomerang
búngaro {m}  :: krait, a genus of venomous elapid snakes
búnker {m}  :: bunker
boa {m}  :: boa (snake)
Boaco {prop}  :: Boaco (department)
boadillense {adj}  :: Of or from Boadilla del Monte
boadillense {mf}  :: Someone from Boadilla del Monte
bob {m}  :: bob, bob haircut (hairstyle)
bobada {f}  :: nonsense, tosh (stupid act)
bobalicón {adj}  :: idiotic
bobalicón {m}  :: buffoon, prat, idiot
bobalicona {f}  :: feminine of bobalicón
bobería {f}  :: folly, foolishness, something foolish
bobina {f}  :: reel, bobbin, spool
bobina {f}  :: electrical coil
bobo {adj}  :: stupid, silly, naïve
bobo {m}  :: A stupid or naive person; a fool
bobsleigh {m}  :: bobsleigh
boca {f} [anatomy]  :: mouth, oral cavity
boca {f}  :: entrance
boca {f}  :: estuary
boca a boca {m} [idiom]  :: word of mouth
boca a boca {m} [idiom]  :: mouth-to-mouth
bocabajo {adv}  :: face down, upside down
bocabarra {f}  :: breakwater
bocacalle {f}  :: turning (into a street)
boca de dragón {f}  :: The snapdragon plant
boca de sonido {f} [music]  :: sound box
bocadillo {m} [Spain]  :: sandwich
bocadillo {m}  :: snack
bocadillo {m} [comics]  :: speech bubble (rounded outline, containing words, representing speech)
bocadito {m}  :: diminutive of bocado
bocado {m}  :: mouthful
bocado {m}  :: snack
bocado {m}  :: bit
bocado de Adán {m}  :: Adam's apple
bocado del león {m} [idiomatic]  :: lion's share
bocamanga {f}  :: cuff (of clothing)
bocana {f}  :: estuary
bocanada {f}  :: puff
bocanada {f}  :: mouthful
bocanada {f}  :: gust
bocanada {f}  :: gasp
boca-oreja {m}  :: word of mouth
bocata {m} [colloquial]  :: sandwich
bocazas {mf} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: big mouth, chatterbox (someone who talks too much)
boceto {m}  :: sketch, outline
boceto {m}  :: draft
bocha {f}  :: bowl (ball thrown in the game of bowls)
bocha {f} [in plural]  :: bowls (sport)
bochófilo {m}  :: boccia player or fan
bochinche {m} [Panama, Puerto Rico]  :: Gossip, particularly that which is malicious, spread deliberately with the intention to defame the victim and amuse others, or disseminated by a busybody or meddler
bochinche {m} [Venezuala, Uruquay]  :: A social gathering, particularly a lively one
bochinche {m} [Domican Republic]  :: The sound or noise resulting from a group of people in an event or party
bochinche {m}  :: A tumultuous or riotous situation
bochinche {m}  :: A mouthful of food, particularly that which has been masticated
bochinchero {adj}  :: rowdy, noisy
bochorno {m} [weather]  :: hot summer wind
bochorno {m} [weather]  :: suffocating heat
bochorno {m}  :: blush (reddened face)
bochornoso {adj}  :: degrading, shameful
bochornoso {adj}  :: sweltering (hot)
bociógeno {adj}  :: goitrogenic
bocina {f}  :: horn (loud alarm, especially on a motor vehicle)
bocina {f}  :: loudspeaker
bocinar {v}  :: to honk the horn (on a car)
bocinazo {m}  :: honk (sound)
bocinita {f}  :: diminutive of bocina
bocio {m}  :: goiter
bocón {adj}  :: bigmouthed, bragging, boastful
bocón {m}  :: bigmouth, blabbermouth, braggart
bocón {m}  :: black fly of the family Simuliidae, found in Central America
boconcito {m}  :: diminutive of bocón
bocota {f}  :: augmentative of boca, a big mouth
bocoy {m}  :: hogshead
boda {f}  :: wedding
bode {m}  :: goat buck
bodega {f}  :: cellar
bodega {f}  :: winery
bodega {f}  :: stockroom, storeroom
bodega {f} [US]  :: corner store owned by Hispanics
bodega {f} [nautical]  :: hold (space in ship)
bodegaje {m}  :: storage
bodegón {m}  :: still life
bodeguera {f}  :: feminine of bodeguero
bodeguero {m}  :: winemaker (one who produces wine)
bodi {m}  :: bodysuit
bodorrio {m}  :: small or cheap wedding
bodrio {m}  :: piece of junk
body {m}  :: bodysuit
bodyboard {m}  :: bodyboarding
body combat {m}  :: body combat
body step {m}  :: body step
bofe {m}  :: lung (of animals)
bofe {m}  :: lung (food)
bofetada {f}  :: a slap in the face
bofetear {v}  :: to slap
bofetón {m}  :: slap, swat
boga {f}  :: a species of ray-finned fish, Leporinus obtusidens
bogar {vi}  :: to row
bogavante {m}  :: European lobster (Homarus gammarus)
Bogotá {prop}  :: Bogota; Bogotá
bogotano {adj}  :: Bogotan
bogotano {m}  :: Bogotan
Bohemia {prop} {f}  :: Bohemia (the region of the Czech Republic)
bohemio {adj}  :: bohemian
bohío {m}  :: hut
bohrio {m}  :: bohrium
boicot {m}  :: boycott
boicotear {v}  :: to boycott
boicoteo {m}  :: boycott
boina {m}  :: beret
boj {m}  :: box (tree), boxwood
bojar {vt}  :: to measure the perimeter of an island
bojar {vt}  :: to circumnavigate an island
bojar {vi}  :: to have a perimeter
bojeo {m}  :: periphery
bol {m}  :: bowl
bolú {adj} [Rioplatense]  :: alt form boludo
bola {f}  :: ball
bola {f} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: hitchhiking, free ride
bola {f} [slang]  :: testicle
bola {f} [in the plural]  :: balls
bola {f}  :: hilt (of a sword)
bola de nieve {f}  :: snowball
bola de tenis {f}  :: tennis ball
bolardo {m}  :: bollard (post preventing vehicles from entering pedestrian area)
bolardo {m} [nautical]  :: bollard
bolazo {m}  :: big ball; augmentative of bola
bolazo {m}  :: whopper, tall tale (lie)
bolchevique {mf}  :: Bolshevik
Bolduque {prop} {f}  :: 's-Hertogenbosch
bolear {v}  :: to polish
bolear {v}  :: to knead
bolear {v}  :: to make into balls
bolera {f}  :: bowling alley
bolerista {mf}  :: Someone who sings or dances boleros
bolero {m}  :: bolero (music)
bolero {m}  :: bolero (dance)
bolero {m}  :: bolero (jacket)
bolero {m}  :: bolero musician
boleta {f} [Chile and Peru]  :: bill, receipt
boleta {f} [Latin America]  :: ticket
boleta {f} [Lunfardo]  :: death
boletaje {m}  :: ticketing, tickets
boletear {v} [Lunfardo]  :: to kill; to murder
boletería {f} [Latin America]  :: box office
boletero {m}  :: ticket seller
boletinar {v}  :: to grade (a report)
boletinar {v}  :: to blacklist; to put on a wanted list
boletín {m}  :: bulletin
boletín {m}  :: newsletter
boletín de noticias {m}  :: newsletter
boletín informativo {m}  :: newsletter
boleto {m}  :: ticket
boleto {m}  :: porcini (Boletus edulis)
bolígrafo {m}  :: A ballpoint pen
boli {m} [Spain, colloquial]  :: short for bolígrafo, pen
boliburguesía {f}  :: Bolibourgeoisie
boliche {m}  :: bowling
boliche {m}  :: bowling alley
boliche {m} [Argentina]  :: small store, small shop
boliche {m} [Argentina]  :: bar, disco
bolichera {f} [Peru]  :: fishing boat
bolichera {f} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: clubber (someone who goes to a nightclib)
bolichico {m}  :: A young rich paty-going Venezuelan businessman
bolillero {m}  :: pot (object from which items are taken during a lottery-style draw)
bolillo {m} [regional]  :: bread roll
bolillo {m} [Mexico]  :: type of bread
bolillo {m} [regional, pejorative]  :: Someone of Caucasian race
bolillo {m}  :: bobbin
bolita {f}  :: marble
bolita {f}  :: small ball
bolivarense {adj}  :: Of or from Bolívar
bolivarense {adj}  :: From Bolívar (a province in Ecuador)
bolivarense {adj}  :: From Bolívar Department in Colombia
bolivarense {adj}  :: From Bolívar, a state in Venezuela
bolivarense {adj}  :: From Bolívar Partido, a subdivision of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
bolivarense {mf}  :: Someone from Bolívar
bolivarense {mf}  :: From Bolívar (a province in Ecuador)
bolivarense {mf}  :: From Bolívar Department in Colombia
bolivarense {mf}  :: From Bolívar, a state in Venezuela
bolivarense {mf}  :: From Bolívar Partido, a subdivision of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
bolivarianismo {m}  :: Bolivarianism
bolivariano {adj}  :: Bolivarian (Of or pertaining to Simón Bolívar.)
bolivarista {adj}  :: Typically Bolivian
Bolivia {prop} {f}  :: Bolivia
boliviana {f}  :: feminine noun of boliviano
bolivianización {f}  :: Bolivianisation
boliviano {adj}  :: Bolivian
boliviano {m}  :: Bolivian
bollera {f} [slang, pejorative, Spain]  :: dyke, lez (lesbian)
bollería {f}  :: A bakery that sells rolls, usually sweet rolls
bollito {m}  :: diminutive of bollo
bollo {m}  :: bun
bollo {m} [in clothing]  :: puff, tuft
bollo {m}  :: bump on the head
bollo {m} [colloquial]  :: confusion, chaos
bollo {m} [colloquial, Cuba]  :: vulva
bollo {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: {f} dyke
bollycao {m}  :: cacao-filled roll
Bollywood {prop} {m}  :: Bollywood (Hindi film industry)
bolo {m}  :: bolus
bolo {m} [in plural]  :: bowling
bolo {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: drunkard
bolo {m} [Venezuela, slang]  :: A bolívar (Venezuelan unit of currency)
bolo {m} [colloquial]  :: gig
boloñesa {f}  :: bolognese (sauce)
bolon {m}  :: bolon (traditional harp)
Bolonia {prop} {f}  :: Bologna (city)
boloñés {adj}  :: Bolognese
boloñés {m}  :: Bolognese
bolsa {f}  :: bag
bolsa {f}  :: coin purse
bolsa {f}  :: purse, handbag
bolsa {f} [finance]  :: stock exchange
bolsa {f}  :: pouch (of marsupials)
bolsa {f} [Mexico, Central America, Philippines]  :: pocket (in clothing)
bolsa de agua caliente {f}  :: hot water bottle
bolsear {v} [colloquial, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]  :: to pickpocket
bolsear {v} [colloquial, Chile]  :: to sponge, scrounge
bolsillo {m}  :: pocket
bolsita {f}  :: (small) bag
bolsito {m}  :: diminutive of bolso
bolsón {m}  :: bag
bolso {m}  :: purse
boludez {f} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: nonsense, bullshit (something that is stupid, dumb)
boludo {adj} [Argentina, Uruguay, vulgar]  :: jackass, moron, immature
boludo {adj} [El Salvador]  :: wealthy
boludo {adj} [Nicaragua]  :: lazy
bolívar {m}  :: bolívar
Bolzano {prop}  :: Bolzano (town and capital of Bolzano)
bomba {f}  :: bomb
bomba {f}  :: pump
bomba {f}  :: adjustable metal slide used to tune brass instruments
bomba {f}  :: lamp globe
bomba {f}  :: something unusual producing excitement
bomba {f}  :: something extraordinary
bomba {f}  :: smash hit
bomba {f}  :: high-hat
bomba {f} [Latin America]  :: firecracker
bomba atómica {f}  :: atomic bomb
bomba caminera {f}  :: roadside bomb
bombacha {f} [Rioplatense]  :: panties, knickers
bombacho {m} [singular or plural]  :: knickerbockers (trousers)
bomba de hidrógeno {f}  :: hydrogen bomb
bomba de neutrones {f}  :: neutron bomb
bomba de racimo {f}  :: cluster bomb
bomba de relojería {f}  :: time bomb
bomba fétida {f}  :: stinkbomb
bomba guiada {f}  :: guided bomb, smart bomb
bomba H {f}  :: H-bomb
bomba inteligente {f}  :: guided bomb, smart bomb
bomba lacrimógena {f}  :: tear bomb
bomba nuclear {f}  :: nuclear bomb
bombarda {f}  :: bombard
bombardear {v}  :: to bomb, to bombard
bombardeo {m}  :: bombardment
bombardero {m}  :: bomber
bomba termonuclear {f}  :: thermonuclear bomb
Bombay {prop} {m}  :: Mumbai, Bombay
bombazo {m}  :: (high-explosive bomb) blockbuster
bombazo {m}  :: explosion from a bomb
bombazo {m} [colloquial]  :: bombshell
bombear {v}  :: to bomb
bombear {v}  :: to cheat
bombear {v}  :: to pump
bombeo {m}  :: pumping
bombera {f}  :: feminine noun of bombero
bombero {m}  :: firefighter
bombilla {f}  :: diminutive of bomba
bombilla {f}  :: light bulb
bombillita {f}  :: diminutive of bombilla
bombillo {m} [Central America, Colombia]  :: light bulb, light globe
bombista {f}  :: feminine of bombisto
bombisto {m}  :: bass drum player
bombita {f}  :: diminutive of bomba
bombín {m}  :: bowler hat, or (US) derby
bombón {m}  :: praline, chocolate confection
bombón {m} [Colombia]  :: lollipop
bombón {m} [Mexico]  :: marshmallow
bombón {m} [figuratively]  :: hottie, cutie (attractive woman or man)
bombo {adj} [colloquial, of a person]  :: reckless
bombo {adj} [Cuba, of liquids]  :: having a mild temperature
bombo {adj} [Cuba, of fruit]  :: bland, insipid, flavorless
bombo {interj}  :: attention!
bombo {m}  :: bass drum
bombo {m}  :: bass drum player
bombo {m}  :: barge
bombo {m}  :: noisy or excessive praise
bombo {m} [colloquial]  :: the bump (stomach of a pregnant woman)
bombona {f}  :: bottle, canister (especially for gas)
bomboncito {m}  :: diminutive of bombón
bombonería {f}  :: candy store (especially chocolate)
bombonera {f}  :: sweet jar
bombástico {adj}  :: bombastic
bonachón {adj}  :: good-natured
bonaerense {adj}  :: Of the Province of Buenos Aires
bonaerense {mf}  :: An inhabitant of the Province of Buenos Aires
bonancible {adj}  :: tranquil, calm
bonanza {f}  :: good weather
bonanza {f}  :: bloom, flourishing
bonapartismo {m}  :: Bonapartism
bonche {m} [Latin America]  :: party; knees-up
bonchón {m}  :: fun-loving person
bonchona {f}  :: feminine noun of bonchón
bondad {f}  :: goodness
bondad {f}  :: good deed
bondad {f}  :: affability
bondadosamente {adv}  :: kindly; amicably
bondadoso {adj}  :: kind, bounteous
bondage {m}  :: bondage (sexual practice)
bondi {m} [dialectal]  :: bus
Bondi {prop}  :: A colectivo in Buenos Aires, Argentina (Lunfardo argot)
bonete {m}  :: biretta
bonete {m}  :: cone-shaped hat, clown hat
bongó {m} [musical instruments]  :: bongo
bonga {f} [Colombia]  :: silk-cotton tree
bongo {m}  :: bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus)
bongo {m}  :: large canoe
boniato {m}  :: sweet potato
Bonifacio {prop} {m}  :: given name
bonificación {f}  :: bonus (extra amount of money given as a premium)
bonificación {f}  :: bonus point
bonificación {f}  :: discount, rebate
bonificar {v}  :: refund, reimburse
bonificar {v}  :: improve, meliorate (make better)
bonificar {v}  :: credit
bonificar {v}  :: discount
bonista {mf}  :: bond holder
bonito {adj}  :: pretty, lovely
bonito {m} [fish]  :: tuna; bonito
bonito {m} [fish]  :: skipjack
bono {adj}  :: obsolete form of bueno
bono {m}  :: bond (bank)
bono {m}  :: voucher
bono {m}  :: bonus
bonobo {m}  :: bonobo
bonometro {m}  :: metro pass
bonsai {m}  :: bonsai
bonsái {m}  :: bonsai
bonus {m}  :: bonus
bonzo {m}  :: bonze (Buddhist monk)
boogie {m}  :: boogy
bookcrossing {m}  :: bookcrossing
booktuber {m}  :: booktuber
booleano {adj}  :: Boolean
boom {m}  :: boom (period of prosperity or high market activity)
boomerang {m}  :: boomerang
booster {m}  :: booster
bootear {v} [computing]  :: to boot up, go grey
boquear {v}  :: to pronounce
boquear {v}  :: to gape
boquear {v}  :: to gasp
boquear {v}  :: to utter
boquense {adj} [soccer]  :: Relating to Boca Juniors, a soccer club based in Buenos Aires
boquense {mf} [soccer]  :: Someone connected to Boca Juniors, a soccer club based in Buenos Aires
boquera {f}  :: cold sore
boquerón {m}  :: anchovy
boqueroncito {m}  :: diminutive of boquerón
boquete {m}  :: gap, small opening
Boquete {prop}  :: surname
boquiabierto {adj}  :: open-mouthed
boquifresco {adj}  :: outspoken, mouthy
boquilla {f}  :: mouthpiece of a wind instrument
boquilla {f}  :: cigarette holder
boquilla {f}  :: leg opening (in pants or a dress)
boquilla {f}  :: nozzle
borato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: borate
borbón {m}  :: bourbon
borbónico {adj}  :: Bourbon
borbónico {m}  :: Bourbon
borbollar {v}  :: to bubble
borbotar {v}  :: to boil
borbotear {v}  :: to bubble
borbotón {m}  :: gush, torrent
borbotón {m}  :: bubbling
borcego {m} [Argentina]  :: strong boot
borceguí {m} [Latin America]  :: combat boot
borceguí {m}  :: Historical Spanish boot of the Middle Ages
bordó {adj} [Argentina]  :: maroon in colour
bordó {m} [Argentina]  :: The colour maroon
borda {f} [nautical]  :: gunwale; rail (of a boat)
bordado {adj}  :: embroidered
bordado {m}  :: embroidery
bordador {m}  :: embroiderer
bordadora {f}  :: feminine noun of bordador
bordar {v}  :: to embroider
bordar {v} [colloquial]  :: to do something very well
borde {m}  :: border, boundary, rim
borde {adj}  :: bastard (born out of wedlock)
borde {adj} [colloquial]  :: impertinent
bordear {v}  :: to border
borderline {mf} [colloquial]  :: Someone with borderline personality disorder
bordillo {m}  :: kerb [UK], curb [US]
bordón {m}  :: staff, cane (stick used for support)
bordo {m} [nautical]  :: side, board
bordo {m} [nautical]  :: tack
bordo {m} [Latin America]  :: ridge
bordo {m} [Latin America]  :: dam
bordura {f} [heraldiccharge]  :: bordure
boreal {adj}  :: boreal, north, northern
borgeano {adj}  :: Borgesian
borgesiano {adj}  :: Borgesian
borgiano {adj}  :: Borgesian
borgoña {m}  :: burgundy
Borgoña {prop} {f}  :: Borgoña (region)
boricado {m}  :: boric acid
boricua {adj} [colloquial]  :: Puerto Rican
boricua {m} [colloquial]  :: Puerto Rican
borla {f}  :: tassel (ball-shaped bunch of plaited or otherwise entangled threads)
borlón {m}  :: tassel
borlón {m}  :: type of fabric with tassels
borlón {m} [in the plural]  :: amaranth
bornano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: bornane
bornita {f} [mineral]  :: bornite
boro {m}  :: boron
borojó {m}  :: A South American fruit tree, Borojoa patinoi
borra {f}  :: young female sheep
borra {f}  :: rough wool
borra {f}  :: flock (for mattress)
borra {f}  :: stuffing (for cushions)
borra {f}  :: cotton waste
borrable {adj}  :: deletable
borracha {f}  :: wineskin
borrachazo {m}  :: augmentative of borracho; drunk
borrachera {f}  :: drunkenness
borrachito {m}  :: diminutive of borracho
borrachín {adj}  :: drunkard
borrachín {m}  :: drunkard, alcoholic
borracho {adj}  :: drunk
borracho {m}  :: drunkard
borracho como una cuba {adj} [colloquial, idiomatic]  :: drunk as a skunk
borrado {adj}  :: deleted
borrado {m}  :: deletion
borrado {m}  :: delete, deletion key
borrador {m}  :: eraser, rubber
borrador {m}  :: chalkboard eraser
borraj {m}  :: borax
borraja {f}  :: borage
borrar {v}  :: to erase or delete
borrarse {v}  :: reflexive of borrar
borrasca {f}  :: squall, storm
borrascoso {adj}  :: stormy, squally
borrascoso {adj}  :: tempestuous
borrega {f}  :: feminine noun of borrego
borrego {m}  :: A sheep around its second year of age
borrego {m}  :: sheep (person)
borrego {m}  :: A woolly, white cloud reminiscent of a sheep
borreguera {f}  :: shepherdess (of yearling lambs)
borreguero {adj}  :: pastoral
borreguero {m}  :: shepherd (of yearling lambs)
borreguil {adj}  :: Pertaining or relating to sheep
borrico {m}  :: donkey
borrico {m}  :: A stubborn, lazy, or stupid person
borriquera {f}  :: feminine noun of borriquero
borriquero {m}  :: donkey-keeper, donkey-driver, donkey-drover
borriquito {m}  :: diminutive of borrico
borrón {m}  :: blot, smudge
borrón {m}  :: draft, sketch
borronear {v}  :: to blot
borroso {adj}  :: blurry, fuzzy
bortsch {m}  :: borscht
boruca {f}  :: noise, din
boruga {f} [Dominican Republic]  :: A fermented milk drink similar to yogurt
borujo {m}  :: alternative form of burujo
borujo {m}  :: obsolete form of orujo
boruro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: boride
bosar {v} [obsolete]  :: to overflow
boschista {mf} [politics]  :: Supporter of Juan Bosch, president of the Dominican Republic in 1963, as well as the founder of the Dominican Revolutionary Party and the Dominican Liberation Party
boschista {adj} [politics]  :: Of or pertaining to Juan Bosch, or his politic beliefs or style
boscoso {adj}  :: woody, wooded
bosón {m}  :: boson
bosón de gauge {m}  :: gauge boson
bosón de Higgs {m}  :: Higgs boson
bosnia {f}  :: feminine noun of bosnio
Bosnia {prop} {f}  :: Bosnia
Bosnia-Herzegovina {prop}  :: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia y Herzegovina {prop}  :: alternative form of Bosnia-Herzegovina
bosónico {adj}  :: bosonic
bosnio {adj}  :: Bosnian
bosnio {m}  :: Bosnian
bosnioherzegovina {f}  :: feminine noun of bosnioherzegovino
bosnioherzegovino {adj}  :: pertaining to Bosnia and Herzegovina
bosnioherzegovino {m}  :: someone from Bosnia and Herzegovina
bosón W {m}  :: W-boson
bosón Z {m}  :: Z-boson
bosque {m}  :: forest
bosquecillo {m}  :: copse, thicket
bosquejar {v}  :: sketch (to create a sketch)
bosquejo {m}  :: stub, outline, sketch
bosque ombrófilo {m}  :: rainforest
bosquímano {m}  :: Bushman
bosta {f}  :: manure
bostezar {v}  :: to yawn
bostezo {m}  :: yawn (the action of yawning)
Boston {prop}  :: Boston
bostoniano {adj}  :: Bostonian
bostoniano {m}  :: Bostonian
bot {m}  :: bot (robot)
bota {f}  :: boot
bota {f}  :: bota bag; soft pouch, usually suspended from a cord or lanyard, for carrying wine or other beverages (similar to a canteen)
botadero {m} [Latin America]  :: dump; rubbish dump
botadura {f}  :: launching (of a boat)
botana {f}  :: botana
botanista {mf}  :: botanist
botanizar {v}  :: to botanize
botar {v}  :: to bounce
botar {v}  :: to throw, to throw away
botarata {adj} [Chile, Colombia, Peru, Puerto Rico]  :: wasteful, thriftless, unthrifty
botarate {adj}  :: wasteful
botarel {m} [architecture]  :: buttress
botarse {v}  :: reflexive of botar
botavara {f} [nautical]  :: boom
bote {m}  :: boat
bote {m}  :: vessel, container
bote {m}  :: jackpot (large cash prize)
boîte {f}  :: nightclub
botecito {m}  :: diminutive of bote
botella {f}  :: bottle
botellazo {m}  :: hit with a bottle
botellódromo {m}  :: A place where a botellón is held
botellita {f}  :: diminutive of botella
botellón {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: big bottle, this is, street binge drinking (social gathering in the street with the purpose of drinking alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages from bottles)
botellón {m} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: demijohn
botellín {m}  :: flask (small bottle)
botellon {m}  :: obsolete form of botellón
bote salvavidas {m}  :: lifeboat
botica {f}  :: drugstore, pharmacy
botica {f}  :: drug, medicament
boticaria {f}  :: feminine noun of boticario
boticario {m}  :: pharmacist
botija {f}  :: jug; vessel
botillería {f} [Chile, Peru]  :: bottle shop, beverage store (store selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages)
botillo {m} [regional]  :: A cured meat dish, made from bits of pig meat stuffed inside a pig's cecum
botinero {adj} [bullfighting]  :: Of a bull, mostly white but with black in its extremities
botinero {m}  :: A person who makes ankle boots
botiquín {m}  :: medicine chest
botiquín {m}  :: first aid box
botiquín {m}  :: medicine cabinet
botita {f}  :: little boot
botón {m}  :: button (clothing, mechanical)
botón {m}  :: key (on a musical instrument)
botón {m}  :: bud (newly formed leaf or flower that has not yet unfolded)
botín {m}  :: booty
botín {m}  :: prey
botánica {f}  :: botany
botánica {f}  :: feminine noun of botánico
botánico {adj}  :: botanical, botanic
botánico {m}  :: botanist
boto {adj}  :: blunt
botonadura {f}  :: buttons [plural]
botonazo {m} [fencing]  :: hit
botonera {f}  :: panel (of buttons or controls)
botones {m}  :: bellboy
botsuana {f}  :: feminine noun of botsuano
Botsuana {prop} {f}  :: Botswana (Republic of Botswana)
botsuano {adj}  :: Botswanan (person)
botsuano {adj}  :: Botswanan (thing)
botsuano {m}  :: Botswanan (person)
Botswana {prop} {f}  :: Botswana
botulismo {m} [pathology]  :: botulism
botulínico {adj}  :: botulinic
bou {m}  :: seine fishing
bou {m}  :: boat for seine fishing, seiner
boulangerie {f}  :: boulangerie
bouldering {m}  :: bouldering
boulevard {m}  :: boulevard
bourbon {m}  :: bourbon
bourguibismo {m}  :: Bourguibism
boutade {f}  :: wisecrack
boutique {f}  :: boutique
bovedilla {f} [nautical]  :: counter stern
bovino {adj}  :: bovine (of, relating to or resembling cattle)
bovino {m}  :: bovine
bowling {m}  :: bowling alley
box {m}  :: boxing (sport)
box {m} [motor racing]  :: pit
box {m} [sports]  :: box
boxeador {m}  :: (male) boxer
boxeadora {f}  :: female boxer
boxear {v}  :: to box (the sport)
boxeo {m}  :: boxing
boxer {m} [proscribed]  :: alternative spelling of bóxer
boxístico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to boxing
boya {f}  :: buoy
boyantía {f}  :: prosperity
boyante {adj}  :: buoyant
boyante {adj}  :: prosperous
boyera {f}  :: feminine noun of boyero
boyero {m}  :: cowherd
Boyero {prop} [constellation]  :: Boötes (a constellation)
boysena {f}  :: boysenberry
boysenberi {m}  :: boysenberry
boza {f}  :: boza
bozal {m}  :: A muzzle; device to stop an animal from biting
bozal {m}  :: A noseband, usually on a horse bridle or halter
bozo {m}  :: down [on the upper lip]
bozo {m}  :: muzzle, mouth [exterior part of the mouth]
bozo {m}  :: halter [for leading horses]
bpd {mp}  :: initialism of barriles por día (barrels per day)
bípedo {m}  :: A biped
bíper {m} [Latin America]  :: pager (device for receiving alpha-numeric messages)
báquico {adj}  :: bacchic
bracamante {m}  :: falchion
bracamarte {m}  :: alt form bracamante
bracear {v}  :: to stroke (while swimming)
bracelete {m}  :: bracelet
braceo {m}  :: swing, swinging
bracero {m}  :: labourer, farmhand, navvy
bracito {m}  :: diminutive of brazo
bracket {m}  :: bracket (braces)
braco {adj}  :: pug-nosed
braco {m}  :: setter
bracteato {m}  :: bracteate (type of coin)
bradiquinesia {f}  :: bradykinesia
bradiquinina {f}  :: bradykinin
braford {m}  :: Braford (breed of cattle)
braga {f} [also in plural]  :: panty; panties, knickers
braga {f}  :: bikini bottom
braga {f}  :: (Venezuela) romper, salopette
bragado {adj} [bullfighting]  :: Of a bull, having the skin on the crotch a different colour to the rest of the body
Braganza {prop} {f}  :: Bragança
bragueta {f}  :: fly (strip that hides the opening of trousers/pants or underpants)
bragueta {f} [colloquial]  :: zip fastener (fastener used in clothing, bags)
braguetazo {m} [colloquial]  :: A marriage between a poor man and a rich woman
braguitas {fp} [colloquial, Spain]  :: panties
brahman {m}  :: Brahman (breed of cattle)
brahmán {m}  :: brahman
brahmsiano {adj}  :: Brahmsian
braille {prop} {m}  :: braille
brainstorming {m}  :: brainstorming
brama {f} [zoology]  :: rut, mating season
bramar {v}  :: to roar, to bellow, to trumpet
bramido {m}  :: roar
brandada {f}  :: brandade
Brandeburgo {prop} {m}  :: Brandeburgo (state)
branding {m} [marketing]  :: branding
brandy {m}  :: brandy
brangus {m}  :: Brangus
branquia {f}  :: gill
braqui- {prefix}  :: brachy-
braquiación {f} [zoology]  :: brachiation (movement by swinging arms between holds)
braquial {adj}  :: brachial
braquilogía {f} [rhetoric]  :: brachylogy
braquio- {prefix}  :: brachio- (relating to the arm)
braquioproctal {adj}  :: brachioproctic
braquiorradial {m}  :: brachioradialis
braquiosaurio {m}  :: brachiosaur
braquiovaginal {adj}  :: brachiovaginal
braquiópodo {m}  :: brachiopod
braquiterapia {f}  :: brachytherapy
brasa {f}  :: hot coal, ember
brasca {f}  :: brasque
Brasca {prop}  :: surname
brasero {m}  :: brazier, heater
brasero {m} [Argentina, Mexico]  :: campfire; camp stove, barbecue
brasier {m}  :: bra
brasiere {f}  :: bra, brassiere
brasil {m}  :: brazil, brazilwood
Brasil {prop} {m}  :: Brazil
brasileña {f}  :: feminine noun of brasileño
brasileño {adj}  :: Brazilian
brasileño {m}  :: Brazilian (person from Brazil)
brasilero {adj}  :: Brazilian
brasilero {m}  :: Brazilian (person from Brazil)
Brasilia {prop} {f}  :: Brasilia (Brasília)
brasinoesteroide {m} [organic compound]  :: brassinosteroid
brasserie {f}  :: brasserie
Bratislava {prop}  :: Bratislava (the capital of Slovakia)
Braulio {prop} {m}  :: given name, cognate to Lalo
bravamente {adv}  :: boldly, defiantly
bravata {f}  :: bravado, swagger
bravo {adj}  :: angry, furious
bravo {adj}  :: bold, courageous
bravo {adj}  :: skilful, capable, clever, fine
bravo {adj}  :: good, excellent
bravo {adj}  :: agitated (sea)
bravo {interj} [in general use]  :: well done!, good show!
bravo {interj} [at the theatre, etc]  :: bravo!
bravío {adj}  :: wild, untamed
bravío {adj}  :: wild
bravío {adj}  :: uncouth
bravío {adj}  :: choppy, wild
bravucón {m}  :: braggart
bravucona {f}  :: feminine noun of bravucón
bravuconada {f}  :: boast
bravura {f}  :: courage, boldness, bravery (a display of daring)
bravura {f}  :: ferocity, fierceness, wildness
bravura {f}  :: anger
bravura {f}  :: bravura
bórax {m}  :: borax
Brayan {prop} {m}  :: given name of modern usage
braza {f}  :: breaststroke
braza {f}  :: (measure) fathom About 1.67 metres. Twice a vara
brazada {f} [swimming]  :: stroke
brazado {m}  :: armful
brazal {m}  :: bracelet
brazal {m}  :: armlet
brazal {m}  :: vambrace
brazalete {m}  :: bracelet
brazo {m} [limbs]  :: arm
brazo {m}  :: branch, limb (of a tree)
brazo de gitano {m}  :: Swiss roll
brazo de mar {m} [geography]  :: inlet
brazo derecho {m} [idiom]  :: right-hand man
Brazzaville {prop}  :: Brazzaville (the capital of the Republic of the Congo)
bárbara {f}  :: feminine noun of bárbaro
Bárbara {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to Barbara
bárbaro {adj}  :: barbaric
bárbaro {adj} [colloquial]  :: enormous
bárbaro {adj} [colloquial]  :: stupendous
bárbaro {adj} [colloquial]  :: cool
bárbaro {m}  :: barbarian
brécol {m}  :: broccoli
brócoli {m}  :: broccoli
bróculi {m}  :: broccoli
brea {f}  :: tar, pitch
brea {f}  :: tarpaulin
breña {f}  :: scrub, brush (thick vegetation)
breña {f}  :: rough ground
break {m}  :: break (pause)
break {m} [tennis]  :: break
brear {v} [obsolete, rare]  :: to dip in tar (see embrear)
brear {v}  :: to abuse, to mistreat
brear {v}  :: to make fun of
brebaje {m}  :: potion, concoction
brecha {f}  :: breach
brecha {f}  :: impression
brechtiano {adj}  :: Brechtian
bregar {v}  :: to toil
Brema {prop} {f}  :: Brema (state)
Brema {prop} {f}  :: Brema (city)
Brescia {prop}  :: Brescia (city and province of Italy)
Breslavia {prop} {f}  :: Wroclaw (a city in southwestern Poland)
Brest {prop}  :: Brest (a city in Brittany)
Brest {prop}  :: Brest (a city in Belarus)
Bretaña {prop} {f}  :: Bretaña (region)
brete {m}  :: an unavoidable and inescapable predicament
brete {m} [Costa Rica]  :: job
brete {m}  :: difficult situation
bretón {adj}  :: Breton
bretón {m}  :: Breton (person)
bretón {m}  :: Breton (language)
breva {f}  :: black fig, breba (first fruit of the fig tree)
breve {adj}  :: brief, short
brevedad {f}  :: brevity, shortness
brevemente {adv}  :: briefly
brevete {m} [Latin America]  :: driving licence
breviario {m}  :: breviary
breviario {m}  :: compendium
brevísimo {adj}  :: superlative of breve
brexit {m}  :: Brexit
Brexit {prop} {m}  :: Brexit
brezal {m}  :: moor
brezo {m}  :: heath
Bérgamo {prop}  :: Bergamo (town and capital of Bergamo)
brígido {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: terrible
brígido {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: dangerous, difficult
Briansk {prop}  :: Bryansk (city in Russia)
briba {f}  :: vagabondage
bribón {adj}  :: mischievous
bribón {m}  :: rascal, villain, bad guy
bribona {f}  :: feminine noun of bribón
bribonada {m}  :: trick, mischief
bribri {m}  :: Bribri (language)
bribri {mf}  :: Bribri
bribri {adj}  :: Bribri
BRIC {prop}  :: BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China)
bricbarca {m} [nautical]  :: barque
brichera {f}  :: feminine noun of brichero
brichero {m}  :: a person from the Andes, especially Peru, who attempts to seduce Americans and Europeans in order to get a visa or ticket to the United States or Europe
bórico {adj}  :: boric
bricolaje {m}  :: bricolage
bricolaje {m}  :: do-it-yourself handicraft
brida {f}  :: bridle
brida {f}  :: cable tie
bridar {v}  :: to truss, tie with twine
bridge {m} [card games]  :: bridge (card game)
Bridgetown {prop}  :: Bridgetown (capital of Barbados)
brie {m}  :: brie (variety of French cheese)
briefing {m}  :: briefing
briófito {m} [botany]  :: bryophyte
brigada {f}  :: team, squad (organized group)
brigada {f} [military]  :: brigade, a large military unit, smaller than a division, consisting of several regiments or battalions
brigadista {mf}  :: brigadista
brigante {m}  :: brigand, bandit
brigantina {f}  :: brigandine
brik {m}  :: plastic-cardboard container
brillante {adj}  :: bright, brilliant, lustrous
brillante {adj}  :: excellent
brillantemente {adv}  :: brilliantly
brillantez {f}  :: brilliance
brillantina {f}  :: brilliantine
brillar {v}  :: to shine
brillito {m}  :: diminutive of brillo
brillo {m}  :: shine
brillo {m}  :: sheen
brincar {v}  :: to jump; to frolic; to bounce
brinco {m}  :: jump, hop
brindar {v}  :: to toast, drink a toast to
brindar {v}  :: to offer, provide
brindis {m}  :: toast (e.g., to one’s health)
Brindisi {prop}  :: Brindisi (town)
briofita {f} [botany]  :: bryophyte
briofito {m}  :: alt form briófito
briología {f} [botany]  :: bryology
brioso {adj}  :: lively, energetic, zestful
briquet {m} [Colombia]  :: lighter
briqueta {f}  :: briquette
brisa {f}  :: breeze
Brisbane {prop}  :: Brisbane (capital of Queensland, Australia)
britana {f}  :: feminine of britano
britanizar {v}  :: to Britishify
britano {adj} [literary]  :: British
britano {m} [literary]  :: Briton
british {adj}  :: British
británica {f}  :: feminine noun of británico
británico {adj}  :: British (from or native to Britain, in both the historical and modern senses)
británico {adj}  :: British (pertaining to Britain)
británico {m}  :: A Briton
britónico {adj}  :: Brythonic
britpop {m}  :: Britpop
brizna {f}  :: blade (of grass etc.)
brizna {f}  :: little bit, grain
brújula {f}  :: compass
Brújula {prop}  :: Pyxis (constellation)
bróker {mf}  :: broker, stockbroker
bróker {mf}  :: realtor
brío {m}  :: vigour; mettle; zest; zeal
brocal {m}  :: parapet (of well)
brocha {f}  :: paintbrush, brush
brochazo {m} [painting]  :: dab with a brush
broche {m}  :: clasp, brooch
broche {m}  :: paperclip
broche {m}  :: cuff link, cufflink
broche {m}  :: punch line (final, concluding statement)
broche {m} [Argentina]  :: clothes peg
brocheta {f}  :: skewer
brochito {m}  :: diminutive of broche
brocho {adj} [bullfighting]  :: Having very short horns
broker {m}  :: alternative spelling of bróker
broli {m} [vesre]  :: book
broma {f}  :: joke, practical joke
bromas las justas {phrase}  :: It's no laughing matter
bromato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: bromate
bromear {v}  :: to fool; to trick
bromear {v}  :: to joke
bromelina {f} [enzyme]  :: bromelain
bromista {adj}  :: joking
bromista {mf}  :: joker, one who jokes
bromo {m}  :: bromine
bromo {m}  :: brome
bromobenceno {m} [organic compound]  :: bromobenzene
bromocriptina {f}  :: bromocriptine
bromoformo {m} [chemistry]  :: bromoform
bromometano {m} [chemistry]  :: bromomethane
bromosuccinimida {f} [organic compound]  :: bromosuccinimide
bromuro {m}  :: bromide (chemistry: binary compound of bromine and another element)
bronca {f}  :: hassle, dispute, quarrel, argument
bronca {f}  :: reprimand, earful
bronca {f} [Mexico]  :: problem
bronce {m}  :: bronze
bronceador {m}  :: suntan lotion
bronceador {adj}  :: tanning
bronceadora {f}  :: feminine noun of bronceador
broncear {v}  :: to tan, bronze
broncearse {v}  :: to become brown
broncearse {v}  :: to tan
broncíneo {adj} [formal]  :: bronzed; bronze-coloured
bronco {adj}  :: harsh, sharp (of a sound)
broncoaspiración {f}  :: bronchoaspiration
broncoconstricción {f}  :: bronchoconstriction
broncodilatador {m}  :: bronchodilator
broncoespasmo {m} [pathology]  :: bronchospasm
broncopulmonar {adj}  :: bronchopulmonary
bronquial {adj}  :: bronchial
bronquio {m}  :: bronchus
bronquitis {m}  :: bronchitis
brotar {v}  :: to bud or sprout
brote {m}  :: sprout
brote {m}  :: outbreak (of a disease)
brownie {m}  :: brownie
broza {f}  :: brushwood
bártulos {mp}  :: belongings
brucelosis {f}  :: brucellosis
bruces {fp} [archaic]  :: knees
brucita {f} [mineral]  :: brucite
bruñir {v}  :: to burnish
bruja {f}  :: witch, sorceress
bruja {f}  :: crone
bruja {f}  :: owl (bird)
bruja {f}  :: knifetooth dogfish (the shark species Scymnodon ringens)
Brujas {prop}  :: Bruges (city in Belgium)
brujería {f}  :: sorcery, witchcraft
brujería {f}  :: a spell
brujeril {adj}  :: witch (attributive)
brujilla {f}  :: diminutive of bruja
brujita {f}  :: Term of affection for a wife or girlfriend
brujo {m}  :: sorcerer (warlock or witch)
brujulear {vi}  :: to wander, walk aimlessly
brujulear {vt} [colloquial, rare]  :: to infer, determine from context
bruma {f}  :: haze, especially costal fog or haar
bruma {f} [archaic]  :: winter
brumoso {adj}  :: misty, foggy, especially with costal fog or haar
brunch {m}  :: brunch
bruneana {f}  :: feminine noun of bruneano
bruneano {adj}  :: Bruneian
bruneano {m}  :: Bruneian
Brunéi {prop}  :: Brunei
Brunilda {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to German Brunhilde
brunonia {f}  :: Any plant of the genus Brunonia
bruscamente {adv}  :: suddenly, brusquely
bruschetta {f}  :: bruschetta
brusco {adj}  :: sudden, brusque
brusco {adj}  :: rough, careless
Bruselas {prop} {f}  :: Brussels (capital of Belgium)
bruselense {adj}  :: Of or from Brussels
bruselense {mf}  :: Someone from Brussels
brusquedad {f}  :: brusqueness
brusquedad {f}  :: coarseness
brutal {adj}  :: brutal
brutalidad {f}  :: brutality
brutalizar {v}  :: to brutalize
brutalmente {adv}  :: brutally
brutalmente {adv}  :: extremely
bruto {adj}  :: ignorant, stupid
bruto {adj}  :: uncouth, clumsy
bruto {m}  :: brute
bruto {m}  :: ignorant, stupid person
bruto {m}  :: uncouth person
Bruto {prop} {m}  :: Brutus (Roman cognomen)
bruxismo {m}  :: bruxism (grinding of the teeth)
Brézhnev {prop} {mf}  :: Brezhnev (surname)
BS {abbr} [Mexico]  :: Baja California Sur
Bs.As. {prop} {f}  :: abbreviation of Buenos Aires
báscula {f}  :: scale (device used to measure weight)
Bósforo {prop} {m}  :: Bosphorus (a strait that passes through Istanbul)
básicamente {adv}  :: basically
básico {adj}  :: basic
básico {adj} [chemistry]  :: basic
búsqueda {f}  :: search
búsqueda {f}  :: quest
básquet {m}  :: basketball
bísquet {m} [Mexico]  :: A type of lightly salted biscuit
básquetbol {m}  :: basketball (the sport)
bético {adj}  :: Baetic
bético {adj} [football]  :: of or relating to Real Betis, a Spanish football team from Seville
bético {m} [football]  :: A fan, player, coach or person associated with Real Betis
bótox {m}  :: botox
BTT {n}  :: mountain bike
bubón {m}  :: bubo
bubónico {adj}  :: bubonic
bucal {adj}  :: buccal
Bucalemo {prop} {m}  :: Bucalemo
Bucalemu {prop} {m}  :: Bucalemu
bucanero {m}  :: buccaneer
bucardo {m}  :: Pyrenean ibex
Bucarest {prop} {m}  :: Bucharest
bucatini {m}  :: bucatini
buccinador {m}  :: buccinator
buceador {adj}  :: diving
buceador {m}  :: diver (someone who dives underwater)
bucear {v}  :: to dive, to swim under water
bucear {v}  :: to snorkel
bucear {v}  :: to work as a diver
bucear {v} [figuratively]  :: to delve into
buceo {m}  :: diving
buceo {m}  :: dive
Bucéfalo {prop} {m}  :: Bucephalus (the horse of Alexander the Great)
buchada {f}  :: A Brazilian stew made with goat entrails
buche {m} [anatomy]  :: crop
buchito {m}  :: diminutive of buche
bucle {m}  :: lock of hair
bucle {m}  :: loop
bucólico {adj}  :: bucolic, pastoral (all senses)
bucodental {adj}  :: oral (of the mouth)
Buda {prop} {m}  :: Buddha
Budapest {prop} {m}  :: Budapest (the capital city of Hungary)
budismo {m}  :: Buddhism
budista {adj}  :: Buddhist
budista {mf}  :: Buddhist
budín {m} [desserts]  :: pudding (sweet or salty)
buena fama hurto encubre {proverb}  :: You can get away with murder if you've built up a reputation of being honest
buena fe {f}  :: goodwill, good faith, bona fides
buena gente {f}  :: good person
buenamente {adv}  :: easily
buenamente {adv}  :: best
buenamente {adv}  :: willingly
buena onda {adj} [Chile, Argentina, slang]  :: cool, having good vibes
buena onda {adj}  :: “estar en buena onda”: “being on a good vibe/note”
buena onda {adj}  :: “tener buena onda”: “giving off good vibes”
buena onda {f}  :: good vibe
buen apetito {interj}  :: enjoy your meal; bon appetit!
buena racha {f}  :: winning streak
buenas noches {interj}  :: good evening
buenas tardes {interj}  :: good evening; good afternoon
buenaventura {f}  :: Good fortune
buenazo {adj}  :: good-natured
buen día {phrase}  :: good morning
buenecito {m}  :: diminutive of bueno
buen gusto {m}  :: good taste; preference for beautiful, aesthetic or artistic things
buen gusto {m}  :: preference for beautiful or attractive people
buenismo {m}  :: do-goodism
buenista {mf}  :: someone who supports buenismo
buenón {adj}  :: hunky
buenón {adj}  :: smoking hot
buenón {m} [slang]  :: hunk (attractive man)
bueno {adj}  :: good
bueno {adj}  :: fine
bueno {interj}  :: okay; fine
bueno {interj} [used at the start of a phrase]  :: well; a short pause in a sentence
bueno {interj} [interrogatively, Mexico]  :: Expression used when answering the phone, often with the pronunciation /bweˈno/, rather than /ˈbweno/
Bueno {prop}  :: surname
buenorro {adj}  :: desired, wanted (especially sexually)
Buenos Aires {prop}  :: Buenos Aires (capital of Argentina)
Buenos Aires {prop}  :: Buenos Aires (a province of Argentina)
buenos días {interj}  :: good day, good morning
buen provecho {interj}  :: bon appétit, enjoy your meal
buenísimo {adj}  :: superlative of bueno; very good
buey {m}  :: ox, bullock
buey {m} [Mexico]  :: cuckold
buey {m} [Puerto Rico]  :: packet, large amount of money
buey almizclero {m}  :: musk ox
buey de mar {m}  :: brown crab (Cancer pagurus)
buf {interj}  :: expresses unpleasantness
bufalino {adj} [attributive]  :: buffalo
bufanda {f}  :: scarf
bufar {v}  :: to snort
bufarda {f} [regional, Spain]  :: vent
bufet {m}  :: buffet
bufete {m}  :: lawyer's office
Buffalo {prop}  :: Buffalo (a city in New York State)
buffer {m} [computing]  :: buffer
buffet {m}  :: buffet
bufón {m}  :: jester
bufonada {f}  :: antic, clowning
bufonear {v}  :: to jest, to clown
bufonesco {adj}  :: funny, clownish
buga {mf} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: heterosexual (person)
buga {adj} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: Of or pertaining to heterosexuality
buga {m} [Spain, colloquial]  :: automobile
buganvilia {f} [chiefly Latin America]  :: bougainvillea
buganvilla {f} [chiefly Spain]  :: bougainvillea
buharda {f}  :: attic, loft
buhardilla {f}  :: attic, loft
buhardilla {f}  :: dormer window
buharro {m}  :: the scops owl, Otus scops
buhonera {f}  :: peddler
buhonero {m}  :: peddler
Buin {prop} {m}  :: Buin (the Chilean city)
buitre {m}  :: vulture
buitrear {v} [colloquial, Chile, Peru, Bolivia]  :: to vomit
buitre leonado {m}  :: griffon vulture
buitre negro {m}  :: Eurasian black vulture
buitrero {adj} [attributive]  :: vulture
buitrero {m}  :: vulture hunter
buitrón {m}  :: fish-trap
bujía {f}  :: spark plug (device that forms a high-voltage spark for fuel ignition)
bujía {f}  :: candle
bula {f}  :: bull (document)
bula {f}  :: strength
bula papal {f}  :: papal bull
bula pontificia {f}  :: papal bull
bulbo {m} [botany]  :: bulb
bulbocavernoso {m}  :: bulbospongiosus
bulboesponjoso {m}  :: bulbospongiosus
bulboso {adj}  :: bulbous (all senses)
bulbul {m}  :: bulbul
buldócer {m}  :: bulldozer
bulder {m}  :: bouldering
buldog {m}  :: alternative spelling of bulldog
bulevar {m}  :: boulevard
Bulgaria {prop} {f}  :: Bulgaria
bulgur {m}  :: bulgur
bulimia {f}  :: bulimia
bulla {f}  :: rowdiness, racket, ruckus
bullado {adj} [Chile, Peru, Ecuador]  :: rowdy
bullanguero {adj}  :: lively, rowdy
bulldog {m}  :: bulldog
bulldozer {m}  :: bulldozer
bullebulle {mf}  :: busybody, nosey parker
bullectomía {f}  :: bullectomy
bullente {adj}  :: ebullient
bullicio {m}  :: racket, clamor
bulliciosamente {adv}  :: boisterously, tumultuously
bullicioso {adj}  :: tumultuous
bullir {v}  :: to budge
bullir {v}  :: to boil
bullir {v}  :: to spring, to well
bullir {v}  :: to teem, to abound
bullir {v}  :: to bubble (e.g. with ideas)
bullying {m}  :: school bullying
bulín {m} [Argentina]  :: bachelor pad
bulín {m} [Argentina]  :: room (used for sex); room in a brothel
bulín {m}  :: bowline
bulo {m}  :: canard, hoax (false or misleading report or story, especially if deliberately so)
bulto {m}  :: bulge
bulto {m}  :: lump, volume or an indeterminate object
bulto {m}  :: piece of luggage
bum {interj}  :: boom
bumerang {m}  :: boomerang
bumerán {m}  :: boomerang
bungaló {m}  :: alternative form of bungalow
bungalow {m}  :: bungalow
bungy {m}  :: bungee jumping
bungy jumping {m}  :: bungee jumping
bunker {m}  :: bunker
buque {m}  :: ship, vessel
buque cisterna {m}  :: tanker ship
buque de guerra {m}  :: warship
buró {m}  :: writing desk
burbuja {f}  :: bubble
burbuja {f} [economy]  :: bubble (period of intense speculation)
burbuja {f} [economy]  :: excessive value due to speculation
burbuja especulativa {f}  :: economic bubble
burbujeante {adj}  :: bubbly, fizzy
burbujear {v}  :: to bubble
burbujita {f}  :: diminutive of burbuja; little bubble
burócrata {mf}  :: bureaucrat
burdamente {adv}  :: coarsely, crudely
burdel {m}  :: brothel, whorehouse
burdelito {m}  :: little brothel
burdeos {adj}  :: burgundy
burdeos {m}  :: burgundy colour
burdeos {m}  :: Bordeaux wine
Burdeos {prop} {m}  :: Burdeos (city)
burdégano {m}  :: hinny
Burdigaliano {prop} {m}  :: Burdigalian
Burdigaliense {prop} {m}  :: Burdigalian
burdo {adj}  :: coarse, rough
burdo {adj}  :: crude
burdo {adj}  :: rude, uncouth
burel {adj} [bullfighting]  :: reddish-brown [said of a bull]
burel {m} [heraldry]  :: bar
burgalesa {f}  :: feminine noun of burgalés
burgalés {adj}  :: Of, from or pertaining to Burgos (city and province of Spain)
burgalés {m}  :: A person from Burgos (city and province of Spain)
burgomaestre {m}  :: burgomaster
Burgos {prop} {m}  :: Burgos (province)
Burgos {prop} {m}  :: Burgos (city)
burgés {adj} [archaic]  :: bourgeois
burgés {m} [archaic]  :: bourgeois
burguer {m}  :: burger
burguesía {f}  :: bourgeoisie
burguesa {f}  :: feminine noun of burgués
Burgundia {prop} {f}  :: Burgundy (historical kingdom)
burgundio {m}  :: Burgundian (person)
burgundio {m} [uncountable]  :: Burgundian (language)
burgundio {adj}  :: Burgundian
burgués {adj}  :: bourgeois
burgués {m}  :: bourgeois
Buriatia {prop} {f}  :: Buryatia
buril {m}  :: burin
burilación {f}  :: engraving
burilar {v}  :: to engrave
burka {m}  :: burka or burqa
Burkina Faso {prop}  :: Burkina Faso
burkinesa {f}  :: feminine noun of burkinés
burkini {m}  :: burkini
burkinés {adj}  :: Burkinese
burkinés {m}  :: Burkinese
burla {f}  :: mockery, taunt, ridicule
burla {f}  :: prank
burladero {m} [bullfighting]  :: a protective barrier behind which people in the bullring protect themselves from the bull
burlador {m}  :: libertine (man with loose morals)
burlanda {f}  :: distillers grain
burlar {vr}  :: to mock
burlar {vt}  :: to trick, to outwit, to deceive
burlarse {vr} [with de]  :: to deceive oneself
burlarse {vr}  :: to ridicule; to mock
burlería {f}  :: jest, jeer
burlesco {adj}  :: teasing, mocking
burlesco {m}  :: burlesque
burlete {m}  :: weatherstrip
burlón {adj}  :: mocking
burlón {m}  :: mocker, joker
burlonamente {adv}  :: mockingly
burmés {m}  :: Burmese (cat)
burocracia {f} [politics]  :: bureaucracy
burocratismo {m}  :: A bureaucratic attitude
burocratización {f}  :: bureaucratization
burocratizar {v}  :: to bureaucratize
burocrático {adj}  :: bureaucratic
burofax {m} [Spain]  :: A type of registered fax
burqa {m}  :: burqa or burka
burra {f}  :: she-ass
burrada {f} [colloquial]  :: nonsense, bullshit
burricie {f}  :: dimwittedness, idiocy
burrito {m}  :: burrito
burro {m}  :: donkey, especially one used as a pack animal
burro {m} [slang]  :: an idiot, dunce
burro {m} [slang, figuratively]  :: a well hung man
burro {m}  :: sawhorse
burro {m}  :: old maid (card game)
burro {adj} [colloquial]  :: stupid, foolish
burro {adj} [colloquial]  :: brutish
burro {adj} [colloquial]  :: horny
burro {adj} [colloquial, euphemistic, of a man]  :: well-endowed
bursitis {f}  :: bursitis
bursátil {adj} [attributive]  :: stock market
burujo {m}  :: lump
burujo {m}  :: alternative form of orujo
burundanga {f}  :: hyoscine hydrobromide
burundesa {f}  :: feminine noun of burundés
Burundi {prop} {m}  :: Burundi
burundés {adj}  :: Burundian
burundés {m}  :: Burundian
bus {m} [colloquial]  :: bus
busardo de Hawái {m}  :: Hawaiian hawk
busardo moro {m}  :: long-legged buzzard
busca {f}  :: search
buscador {adj}  :: searching, scouting
buscador {m}  :: seeker
buscador {m}  :: prospector
buscador {m}  :: search engine
buscadísimo {adj}  :: superlative of buscado
buscapersonas {m}  :: pager
buscapleitos {m} [colloquial]  :: troublemaker, shitstirrer
buscar {v}  :: to seek, to search for, to look for
buscar pelos en la sopa {phrase}  :: to look for excuses to complain; literally "to search for hair in the soup"
buscarse {v}  :: reflexive of buscar
buscavida {mf}  :: go-getter
buscavidas {mf}  :: One who is good at finding easy employment, and who can easily exploit any ability he has to succeed in life and earn money
busca y captura {m}  :: arrest (of a criminal)
buscón {adj}  :: searching
buscón {adj}  :: cunning
buscón {adj}  :: slutty
buscón {m}  :: whore
buscón {m}  :: rogue
bus de cortesía {f}  :: shuttlebus
busera {f}  :: bus driver
busero {m}  :: bus driver
buseta {f} [Latin America]  :: microbus
bushido {m}  :: bushido
busilis {m}  :: crux (critical part of an argument or issue)
busito {m} [Panama]  :: minibus
Busán {prop}  :: Busan
Bustamante {prop}  :: surname
busto {m}  :: bust
bustrófedon {m}  :: boustrophedon
bustrofedon {m}  :: alternative form of bustrófedon
butaca {f}  :: armchair
butaca {f}  :: seat (in theatre, cinema, etc.)
butacón {m}  :: large armchair
butadieno {m} [organic compound]  :: butadiene
butanero {adj}  :: butane-transporting
butanero {m}  :: A person who delivers gas bottles of butane to houses
butanesa {f}  :: feminine noun of butanés
butano {m} [organic compound]  :: butane
butano {m}  :: Common term for a gas cylinder of butane for household use
butanoato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: butanoate
butanol {m} [organic compound]  :: butanol
butanona {f} [organic compound]  :: butanone
butanés {adj}  :: Bhutanese
butanés {m}  :: Bhutanese
butaquista {mf}  :: seatholder
buteno {m} [chemistry]  :: butene
butifarra {f}  :: a sausage from Catalonia
butifarrada {f}  :: A celebration or feast where botifarra is eaten
butileno {m} [organic chemistry]  :: butylene
butilo {m} [organic chemistry]  :: butyl
butino {m} [organic compound]  :: butyne
butirato {m}  :: butyrate
butirilcolinesterasa {f} [enzyme]  :: butyrylcholinesterase
butílico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: butyl (attributive)
Bután {prop}  :: Bhutan (Himalayan country)
butírico {adj}  :: butyric
butrón {m}  :: hole made to help a break-in
butronera {f}  :: feminine noun of butronero
butronero {m}  :: A thief who enters into a building by means of making a hole in the wall
buñueliano {adj}  :: of or pertaining to the style of Luis Buñuel, a Spanish filmmaker
buñuelo {m}  :: beignet (type of donut)
Buyumbura {prop}  :: Bujumbura (capital of Burundi)
buzar {v} [geology]  :: to dip
buzón {m}  :: mailbox [US], letterbox [UK]
buzón {m}  :: box
buzón {m}  :: big mouth
buzón de entrada {m}  :: in-box, in-tray
buzón de salida {m}  :: outbox
buzón de voz {m}  :: voice mail
buzo {m}  :: diver (someone who dives underwater)
buzo {m} [Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay]  :: sweatshirt (loose shirt, usually made of a knit fleece, for athletic wear and now often used as casual apparel)
buzo {m} [Chile, Peru]  :: tracksuit, joggers (garment consisting of a top and trousers for sports and casual wear)
buzo {m}  :: overall
buzonear {v}  :: to advertise by putting paper into letterboxes
buzoneo {m}  :: mass mailing
bávaro {adj}  :: Bavarian
bávaro {m}  :: Bavarian person
bóveda {f} [architecture]  :: arch
bóveda {f} [architecture]  :: vault
bóveda {f} [architecture, El Salvador]  :: bridge
bóveda {f}  :: crypt, sepulture
bóveda celeste {f} [idiom]  :: sky
bóvido {m}  :: Bovid
bóxer {m}  :: boxer (a breed of dog)
bóxer {m} [historical]  :: Boxer (a participant in the Boxer Rebellion in China)
bóxer {m}  :: boxer shorts
bóxers {mp}  :: boxer shorts
bóxers {mp}  :: plural of bóxer
bytownita {f} [mineral]  :: bytownite