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ç {letter} [obsolete]  :: c with cedilla
çabullir {v}  :: obsolete spelling of zabullir
çahumerio {m}  :: alternative spelling of sahumerio
çapato {m}  :: obsolete spelling of zapato
çarça {n}  :: obsolete spelling of zarza
c/ {f}  :: abbreviation of calle (street)
{pron} [colloquial, Carribbean]  :: alternative form of cómo
C {m} [chess]  :: knight
ca {conj} [obsolete]  :: because
ca {f} [colloquial]  :: house
ca {interj} [Spain]  :: Denotes incredulity or negation; oh no!
CA {abbr}  :: corriente alterna (AC or alternating current)
caña {f}  :: a glass of beer
caña {f} [anatomy]  :: shank
caña {f}  :: a slim, cylindrical type of glass, used to serve beer
caña {f}  :: cane
caña {f} [Chile, informal]  :: hangover
caña {f}  :: reed
cañabrava {f}  :: reed
cañada {f}  :: ravine
caña de azúcar {f}  :: sugar cane
caçador {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of cazador
caçador {m}  :: obsolete spelling of cazador
caçar {v}  :: obsolete spelling of cazar
cañar {m}  :: a fish garth made of reeds
cañar {m}  :: a group of reeds
Cañar {prop}  :: Cañar
cañari {adj}  :: Of or relating to the Cañari people
cañari {m} [alternative case form of, Cañari]  ::
Cañari {m}  :: A member of an indigenous group native to the Ecuadorian provinces of Azuay and Cañar
cañaveral {m}  :: canebrake
cañaveral {m}  :: reed field
cañaveral {m}  :: sugar-cane plantation
cabaña {f}  :: hut
cabal {adj}  :: upright
cabalgada {f}  :: cavalcade (all senses)
cabalgada {v} [feminine past participle of, cabalgar]  ::
cabalgadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cabalgar]  ::
cabalgador {f}  :: horseman, horse rider
cabalgadora {f}  :: feminine form of cabalgador
cabalgados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cabalgar]  ::
cabalgar {vi}  :: to mount a horse
cabalgar {vi}  :: to ride a horse
cabalgata {f}  :: cavalcade
cabalgata {f}  :: ride (on a horse)
caballa {f}  :: mackerel
caballar {adj}  :: equine, horse
caballería {f}  :: cavalry
caballeresco {adj}  :: chivalrous, gentlemanly
caballeresco {adj}  :: knightly
caballeriza {f}  :: stable
caballero {m}  :: cavalier
caballero {m}  :: cowboy (more common in South America)
caballero {m}  :: gentleman
caballero {m}  :: horseman
caballero {m}  :: knight
caballeroso {adj}  :: chivalrous
caballete {m} [anatomy]  :: bridge (of the nose)
caballete {m}  :: easel
caballete {m}  :: ridge (of roof)
caballete {m}  :: stand; kickstand (support)
caballete {m}  :: trestle (of furniture)
caballete {m} [zoology]  :: keel (of a bird)
caballito {m}  :: diminutive form of caballo, a little horse
caballito de mar {m}  :: sea horse
caballo {f} [chess]  :: knight
caballo {f}  :: horse
caballo con arcos {m} [gymnastics]  :: pommel horse
caballo de Przewalski {m}  :: Przewalski's horse
cabaré {m}  :: cabaret
cabaret {m}  :: alternative form of cabaré
cabdillo {m}  :: obsolete form of caudillo
cabe {prep} [archaic]  :: alongside, beside, next to
cabeça {f}  :: obsolete spelling of cabeza
cabecear {v} [soccer]  :: to head a ball
cabecear {v}  :: to nod (as one gradually falls to sleep while seated or standing)
cabecear {v}  :: to rock
cabecear {v}  :: to shake (one's head, especially in disagreement)
cabeceo {m}  :: nod (of the head while falling to sleep)
cabeceo {m}  :: shake (of the head in the negative)
cabecera {f}  :: headboard
cabecera {f}  :: head (of bed)
cabecera {f}  :: head (of company)
cabecero {m}  :: head, bedhead
cabecilla {m}  :: ringleader
cabecita {f}  :: diminutive form of cabeza
cabellera {f}  :: hair, head of hair
cabellera {f}  :: tail (of a comet)
cabello {m}  :: the hair on the head (mass noun as in English)
cabelludo {adj}  :: hairy
cabelludo {adj}  :: long-haired
cabelludo {adj}  :: shaggy
caber {vt} [figuratively]  :: To be acceptable, accepted, permitted, permissible, allowable, etc
caber {vt}  :: To be held or contained; to be capable of being contained (in something) or passed through (no matter if space or volume is left)
caber {vt}  :: To fit, enter (in something, no matter if space or volume is left)
caber {vt}  :: to have, hold
caber {vt}  :: To traverse, pass through or across (a way, path, door, hole, opening, mouth, orifice, etc., no matter if space is left)
cabestrillo {m} [medicine]  :: sling
cabestro {m}  :: halter, headcollar (animal's headgear)
cabeza {f} [anatomy]  :: head
cabezada {f}  :: headbutt
cabezada {f}  :: header
cabezada {f}  :: nap, doze, forty winks
cabezada {f}  :: nod (when falling asleep, acknowledging, consenting etc.)
cabeza de turco {f}  :: scapegoat
cabezadura {m}  :: hardheaded
cabezal {m}  :: head (of a mechanism)
cabezal {m}  :: headrest (in a car); small pillow
cabezazo {m}  :: headbutt
cabezazo {m} [sports]  :: header
cabezón {adj}  :: big-headed
cabezón {adj}  :: stubborn
cabezón {f}  :: a big-headed or stubborn person
cabezón {f}  :: A man with a large meatus and by extension an insistent individual
cabezona {f}  :: feminine form of cabezón
cabezota {adj}  :: stubborn
cabida {f}  :: space, room, capacity (to fit something inside)
cabildeada {v} [feminine past participle of, cabildear]  ::
cabildeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cabildear]  ::
cabildeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cabildear]  ::
cabildear {v}  :: to lobby
cabildeo {m} [politics]  :: lobby
cabildera {f}  :: feminine form of cabildero
cabildero {f}  :: lobbyist
cabildo {m}  :: A town council or other governing body at a local level
cabildo {m}  :: An assembly or meeting held by such a governing body
cabildo {m}  :: Body of churchmen that forms the chapter of a cathedral or collegiate church
cabildo {m}  :: The place where such an assembly is held; cabildo
cabina {f}  :: cabin
cabina del piloto {f}  :: cockpit
cabizbajamente {adv}  :: dejectedly, gloomily
cabizbajo {adj}  :: dejected, gloomy
cable {m}  :: A cable or cord
cable {m} [colloquial]  :: hand, help
cableado {m}  :: cabling
cablear {v}  :: to wire up; cable up
cable de arranque {m}  :: jump lead
cablegrafiada {v} [feminine past participle of, cablegrafiar]  ::
cablegrafiadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cablegrafiar]  ::
cablegrafiados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cablegrafiar]  ::
cablegrafiar {v}  :: to cable
cabo {m}  :: end, edge, extremity
cabo {m}  :: end, finish, conclusion
cabo {m} [geography]  :: cape
cabo {m} [in the plural]  :: accessories, knick-knacks
cabo {m} [military ranks]  :: corporal
cabo {m} [nautical]  :: cable, rope
cabo {m}  :: (police) sergeant
cabo {m}  :: stub, butt, stump
cabotaje {m}  :: trade or traffic along the coast
Cabo Verde {prop}  :: Cape Verde
caboverdiano {adj}  :: Cape Verdean
caboverdiano {f}  :: Cape Verdean
cabra {f} [colloquial]  :: girl
cabra {f}  :: female goat
cabra {f}  :: goat (unknown gender)
cabrahigada {v} [feminine past participle of, cabrahigar]  ::
cabrahigadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cabrahigar]  ::
cabrahigados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cabrahigar]  ::
cabrahigar {v}  :: to hang strings of figs in the branches of fig trees so that the fruit of these branches will be sweeter and tasty
cabrales {m}  :: cabrales
cabreado {adj}  :: tired, fed up, bored, sick
cabrear {vr} [colloquial, Chile, Panama]  :: to get sick and tired, to get bored, to get annoyed
cabrear {vr} [colloquial]  :: to get angry
cabrear {vt} [colloquial]  :: to annoy, bother, pester, to piss off, to make angry
cabreo {m} [colloquial]  :: pest, frustration, annoyance
cabrero {m}  :: goatherd
cabrio {m} [architecture]  :: rafter
cabrio {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: chevron
cabriolada {v} [feminine past participle of, cabriolar]  ::
cabrioladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cabriolar]  ::
cabriolados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cabriolar]  ::
cabriolar {v}  :: to prance; to caper
cabrito {m}  :: kid (young goat)
cabrón {f} [informal, Mexico]  :: mate, dude (term of endearment between friends)
cabrón {f} [pejorative]  :: coward
cabrón {f} [pejorative, Latin America]  :: pimp (prostitution solicitor)
cabrón {f} [vulgar, pejorative, Central America]  :: bastard, motherfucker (compare English jackass)
cabrón {f} [vulgar, pejorative, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba]  :: cuckold
cabrón {m}  :: billy goat
cabrío {adj}  :: goatish
cabro {f} [Chile, Paraguay, colloquial]  :: boy
cabro {f} [Chile, Paraguay, colloquial]  :: kid
cabro {f}  :: male goat
cabro {f} [Peru, vulgar]  :: fag
cabronazo {m}  :: augmentative form of cabrón
caca {f}  :: poo, shit
cacahuacentli {m}  :: alternative form of cacahuacintle
cacahuacintle {m} [Mexico]  :: A variety of maize with large, whitish grains, used in the making of pozole and other traditional dishes
cacahuate {m} [Honduras, Mexico]  :: peanut
cacahuazintle {m}  :: alternative spelling of cacahuacintle
cacahuete {m} [El Salvador, Spain]  :: peanut (plant, seed)
cacao {m}  :: cacao bean
cacao {m}  :: cacao tree
cacao {m}  :: cocoa (bean, powder)
cacaotal {m}  :: A grove of cacao trees
cacaotera {f}  :: feminine form of cacaotero
cacaotero {f}  :: A cultivator or dealer of cacao
cacaotero {m} [Mexico]  :: cacao tree
cacareada {v} [feminine past participle of, cacarear]  ::
cacareadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cacarear]  ::
cacareados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cacarear]  ::
cacarear {v}  :: to cackle; to laugh loudly
cacarear {v}  :: to exaggerate, to exaggerate the importance of
cacareo {m}  :: cackling
cacareo {m}  :: cock-a-doodle-doo
cacatúa {f}  :: cockatoo
cacería {f}  :: hunt, hunting
cacereño {adj}  :: From Cáceres
cacereño {f}  :: someone from Cáceres
cacerola {f}  :: cauldron
cacerola {f}  :: pan, saucepan
cachaca {f} [Peru, pejorative]  :: female police officer, feminine form of cachaco
cachaco {adj} [Colombia]  :: elegant, educated
cachaco {f} [Peru, pejorative]  :: police officer
cachalote {m}  :: cachalot, sperm whale
cachar {v} [Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, colloquial]  :: to catch, to get (to grasp mentally: perceive and understand)
cachar {v} [Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, colloquial]  :: to find out, spy out, peek
cachar {v} [Chile, Peru, vulgar]  :: to have sex
cachar {v}  :: to catch (to intercept)
cacharro {m}  :: crock, shard piece of broken pottery
cacharro {m}  :: hickey (object whose name is unknown)
cacharro {m}  :: piece of junk
cacharro {m}  :: pot, crock (piece of pottery)
cacharro {m}  :: wreck (damaged or worn car or technical device)
cachaza {f}  :: slowness, patience
cacheada {v} [feminine past participle of, cachear]  ::
cacheadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cachear]  ::
cacheados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cachear]  ::
cachear {v}  :: to search; to frisk
cachemir {m}  :: cashmere
cachemira {f}  :: cashmere (fine, downy wool)
cachero {adj} [Chile, Peru, also used as noun]  :: fucking, copulating (having sexual intercourse)
cachero {adj} [Chile, Peru, also used as noun]  :: lascivious, lewd, wanton
cachetada {f}  :: slap in the face
cachete {m}  :: buttock, butt-cheek
cachete {m}  :: cheek
cachete {m}  :: smack
cacheteada {v} [feminine past participle of, cachetear]  ::
cacheteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cachetear]  ::
cacheteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cachetear]  ::
cachetear {v}  :: to slap (in the face)
cachetero {m} [bullfighting]  :: a bullfighter, especially a subordinate, who kills the bull which such a knife
cachetero {m} [bullfighting]  :: a short knife used to kill a bull
cachetero {m} [some parts of South America]  :: thong (underwear)
cachetudo {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador, Honduras]  :: with big cheeks (said of a person)
cachi- {prefix} [rare]  :: Meaning almost
cachicamo {m}  :: armadillo
cachimba {f}  :: (smoking) pipe
cachimbeada {v} [feminine past participle of, cachimbear]  ::
cachimbeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cachimbear]  ::
cachimbeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cachimbear]  ::
cachimbear {v}  :: to annoy repeatedly
cachimbear {v}  :: to hit someone
cachimbón {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: bigheaded, conceited
cachiporra {adj} [Chile]  :: boastful
cachiporra {f}  :: bludgeon
cachiporra {f} [Chile]  :: swaggerer
cachirulo {m}  :: A traditional Aragonese handkerchief. It is colorful and is folded and tied around the head
cachirulo {m}  :: Kite
cachivache {m}  :: junk, piece of junk
cacho {m} [Chile, colloquial]  :: annoying duty or work
cacho {m} [Chile, Peru, colloquial]  :: shit, lemon, bomb (defective or inadequate or useless item or person)
cacho {m} [Latin America]  :: horn
cacho {m}  :: piece
cachondeo {m} [colloquial]  :: joke; piss-take (The act of mocking someone; a type of satire or sarcasm)
cachondeo {m}  :: confusion
cachondeo {m}  :: farce
cachondez {f}  :: heat (condition where a mammal is aroused sexually or where it is especially fertile)
cachondez {f}  :: horniness
cachondo {adj}  :: funny, amusing, comic
cachondo {adj}  :: sexy, horny, randy
cachondo {adj} [zoology]  :: in heat, in rut
cachondo mental {m} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: person with a one-track mind
cachopo {m}  :: An Asturian dish consisting of ham, cheese and other ingredients inside beef fillets.
cachorrillo {m}  :: diminutive form of cachorro; small cub
cachorrillo {m}  :: small pistol
cachorrita {f}  :: feminine form of cachorrito
cachorrito {f}  :: diminutive form of cachorro
cachorro {m}  :: cub (the young of certain other animals)
cachorro {m}  :: puppy
cachureco {adj} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: crooked, twisted
cachureco {adj} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: deformed
cacicazgo {m}  :: chieftainship
cacillo {m}  :: diminutive form of cazo; small pan
cacique {f}  :: cacique (bird)
cacique {f}  :: chieftain (Indian chief in a tribe)
cacique {f}  :: powerful person, fat cat
cacle {m}  :: A type of leather sandal traditionally worn in Mexico
cacle {m} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: shoe (any kind of footwear)
cacofonía {f}  :: cacophony
cacorro {m} [Colombia, pejorative, offensive]  :: a homosexual
cactáceo {adj}  :: cactaceous
cacto {m}  :: cactus
cactus {m}  :: alternative form of cacto
caíd {m}  :: caid
cada {determiner}  :: each; every
caída {f}  :: fall (act of falling)
cadalso {m}  :: scaffold (elevated platform on which a criminal is executed)
cada muerte de obispo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: once in a blue moon (very rarely)
cada muerte de un judío {adv} [idiomatic]  :: Literally, "each death of a Jew"; very rarely; almost never; once in a blue moon
cada una {phrase}  :: alternative form of ℆
cada una {phrase}  :: (literal): each one
cadaverina {f} [organic compound]  :: cadaverine
cadaveroso {adj} [dated]  :: cadaveric, cadaverous
cada vez {adv}  :: every time
cada vez {adv} [idiomatic]  :: more and more, increasingly
cadavérico {adj}  :: cadaveric
cadavérico {adj}  :: cadaverous; corpselike
cadena {f}  :: A network, as of radio stations, etc
cadena {f}  :: chain
cadena {f} [computing]  :: string
cadena {f}  :: necklace
cadenas de nieve {fp} [pluralonly]  :: snow chains
cadena trófica {f}  :: food chain
cadencia {f}  :: cadence
cadencioso {adj}  :: melodious
cadencioso {adj}  :: rhythmic
cadenote {m} [nautical]  :: chainplate
cadera {f}  :: hip
cadete {m}  :: cadet
cadete {m} [Latin America]  :: apprentice, trainee
cadherina {f} [protein]  :: cadherin
cadmio {m}  :: cadmium
caído {adj}  :: fallen
caducado {adj}  :: invalid, out of date, expired, lapsed
caducado {adj}  :: old, deteriorated
caducado {adj}  :: past the sell-by date
caducar {v}  :: to expire
caduceo {m}  :: caduceus
caducidad {f}  :: caducity
caducidad {f}  :: expiry date
caducidad {f}  :: sell-by date
caducifolio {adj} [botany]  :: deciduous
caduco {adj} [botany]  :: caducous
caduco {adj}  :: caducous; transient, fleeting
caduco {adj}  :: expired
cadáver {m}  :: cadaver, corpse
caer {v}  :: to collapse
caer {v}  :: to fall
cañería {f}  :: drain
cañería {f}  :: Length of tube, pipe or piping
caer bien {vt}  :: to make happy, make laugh, satisfy, please (news, advice, announcement)
caer bien {vt}  :: to please, be nice, make a good impression (a person)
caer bien {vt}  :: to promote or make for good or proper digestion (food)
caer en la cuenta {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get it, to have the penny drop
caer mal {vt}  :: to be disagreeable, make a bad (or not so good) impression (a person)
caer mal {vt}  :: to make for or cause a bad digestion (food)
caer mal {vt}  :: to make unhappy or sad, to anger, to dissatisfy (news, advice, announcement)
caerse {vr}  :: (reflexive form of caer) to collapse
caerse {vr}  :: (reflexive form of caer) to fall
café {adj}  :: brown
café {m}  :: cafe, coffee-shop
café {m}  :: coffee
cafecito {m}  :: diminutive form of café; small coffee
cafeína {f}  :: caffeine
cafetal {m}  :: piece of land cultivating coffee
cafetalero {adj}  :: coffee-growing
cafetalero {f}  :: coffee grower
cafetalero {f}  :: owner of a coffee plantation
cafetera {f}  :: coffeemaker (kitchen apparatus used to brew and filter coffee)
cafetera {f}  :: coffeepot (vessel for preparing or serving coffee)
cafetería {f}  :: cafeteria
cafetero {adj} [attributive]  :: coffee
cafetín {m}  :: coffee shop
cafeto {m}  :: coffee plant, coffee tree
cafichar {v}  :: alternative form of cafichear
cafiche {m} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina, Peru]  :: pimp
cafiche {m} [colloquial, Chile, Argentina, Peru]  :: sponger, freeloader (especially of women)
caficheada {v} [feminine past participle of, cafichear]  ::
caficheadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cafichear]  ::
caficheados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cafichear]  ::
cafichear {v} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to sponge
caficultor {m}  :: coffee grower
caftán {m}  :: kaftan
cagada {f} [colloquial]  :: mistake, fuckup
cagada {f} [colloquial]  :: rag, mischief
cagada {f} [colloquial]  :: shit, bowel movement, diarrhea
cagadera {f} [vulgar]  :: diarrhea
cagado {adj} [Chile]  :: cheap, worthless
cagado {adj}  :: covered in feces
cagado {adj}  :: cowardly
cagador {f}  :: shitter (one who shits)
cagando cerillas {adv} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: fucking fast
cagando hostias {adv} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: extremely fast
cagando leches {adv} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: fucking fast
cagar {v} [colloquial]  :: to bust
cagar {v} [colloquial]  :: to get busted
cagar {vi} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to fail
cagar {vt} [Chile]  :: to cheat someone
cagar {v} [vulgar]  :: to shit
cagar {v} [vulgar]  :: to tell someone off, exclamation of rejection
cagarse {v} [vulgar]  :: fuck (used to express extreme anger or to show lots of disrespect)
cagarse {v} [vulgar]  :: to shit oneself (be extremely frightened)
cagarse {v} [vulgar]  :: to shit oneself (defecate in one's clothes)
cagazo {m} [Latin America, slang, vulgar]  :: Something that is extremely scary
cagón {adj}  :: coward, fearful
cagón {adj} [pejorative]  :: shithead
cagüín {m}  :: alternative form of cahuín
cagueta {f} [vulgar]  :: chicken, wuss (coward)
cahuín {m} [Chile]  :: gossip (usually evil-minded)
cahuín {m} [Chile]  :: intrigue, machination
cahuín {m} [Chile]  :: mess, disorder, confusion
caimito {m}  :: The abiu, a tropical tree and its fruit
caimito {m}  :: The star fruit
caimán {m}  :: alligator
caimán {m}  :: caiman
caipiriña {f}  :: caipirinha
cairelada {v} [feminine past participle of, cairelar]  ::
caireladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cairelar]  ::
cairelados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cairelar]  ::
cairelar {v}  :: to fringe
cañita {f}  :: diminutive form of caña; small beer
caja {f}  :: bank
caja {f}  :: box, case
caja {f}  :: cash desk
caja {f}  :: cash register, register, cash box
caja {f}  :: gearbox
caja {f}  :: snare drum
caja {f} [typography]  :: case
caja boba {f} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: idiot box (television)
caja de ahorros {f}  :: savings bank
caja de cambios {f}  :: gearbox
caja de fusibles {f}  :: fusebox
caja de Pandora {f}  :: Pandora's box
caja de seguridad {f}  :: safebox
caja de sorpresa {f}  :: jack-in-the-box
caja fuerte {f}  :: safe
caja negra {f}  :: black box
caja registradora {f}  :: cash register
cajero {f} [banking]  :: teller
cajero {f}  :: cashier
cajero automático {m}  :: automated teller machine, ATM
cajeta {f}  :: A Mexican confection of thickened syrup usually made of sweetened caramelized goat's milk
cajeta {f} [slang, Argentina]  :: cunt, vagina
cajete {m} [El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico]  :: An unglazed clay pot used in cooking
cajete {m} [Mexico]  :: A bowl, basin or similar container
cajete {m} [Mexico]  :: A hole made to plant a seed, plant, sapling, etc
cajete {m} [[[Sonora]]|Mexico]  :: molcajete
cajetilla {f}  :: diminutive form of caja, a small box, especially a cigarette box
cajigo {m}  :: alternative form of quejigo (Portuguese oak)
cajista {m}  :: typesetter
cajita {f}  :: diminutive form of caja, small box
cajón {m}  :: drawer
cajuela {f} [Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico]  :: trunk, boot (of a car)
cajuil {m} [Dominican Republic]  :: cashew
cal {f}  :: lime (calcium oxide)
caló {m}  :: Caló; the dialect of Spanish spoken by gitanos (essentially, Spanish with the addition of Romani/Gipsy words)
caló {m}  :: Spanish barrio slang
cala {f}  :: suppository (small medicinal plug that is inserted into the rectum)
calaña {f}  :: character, nature, quality
calaña {f}  :: example, model
calaña {f}  :: kind, sort, type
calaña {f}  :: pattern
calabacita {f} [Mexico]  :: courgette, zucchini
calabacín {m}  :: zucchini
calabacín de invierno {m}  :: winter squash
calabaza {f}  :: cep, porcino (Boletus edulis)
calabaza {f} [Spain, Mexico, Caribbean, Argentina]  :: pumpkin, gourd
calabaza bellota {f}  :: acorn squash
calabaza butternut {f}  :: butternut squash
calabaza de invierno {f}  :: winter squash
calabaza de nuez {f}  :: butternut squash
calabozo {m}  :: dungeon
calabozo {m}  :: prison, jail; prison cell
calabriada {v} [feminine past participle of, calabriar]  ::
calabriadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, calabriar]  ::
calabriados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, calabriar]  ::
calabriar {v} [obsolete]  :: to mix red and white wine
calabrés {adj}  :: Calabrian
calaca {f} [Honduras, Mexico, colloquial]  :: Death
calaca {f} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: skull
calada {f}  :: puff, hit (of a cigarette)
caladero {m}  :: fishing ground
calado {adj}  :: soaked, drenched
calado {m}  :: draught (of a ship or boat)
calado hasta los huesos {adj}  :: soaked to the bone; absolutely drenched
calafatear {v}  :: to caulk (to seal joints with caulk)
calalú {m}  :: callaloo
calala {f} [Nicaragua]  :: passionfruit
calamar {m}  :: squid
calambre {m}  :: cramp
calambre {m}  :: (electric) shock
calambur {m}  :: pun
calamidad {f}  :: calamity
calamita {f}  :: lodestone
calamita {f}  :: magnetic compass
calamitoso {adj}  :: calamitous, disastrous
calamitoso {adj}  :: sickly, unhealthy (frequently ill)
calar {adj}  :: of or pertaining to limestone or lime
calar {m}  :: limestone quarry
calar {v} [colloquial]  :: to ruble, see through (to discover deceitful or underhanded behavior, hidden true motives or mindset)
calar {v} [of a liquid]  :: to soak
calar {vr} [calarse]  :: To put on (clothing)
calar {v}  :: to pierce with a sharp instrument
calavera {f}  :: death's head, skull
calavera {f}  :: libertine, playboy, party animal
calcado {adj}  :: In a fake manner, fakely
calcado {m}  :: facsimile, imitation, copy
calcar {v}  :: to trace, copy (copy by means of carbon paper or tracing paper)
calcar {v}  :: to trample
calcetín {m}  :: sock
calcinación {f} [chemistry]  :: calcination (the process of calcining)
calcinamiento {m}  :: calcination (the process of calcining)
calcinar {v}  :: to calcine
calcineurina {f} [enzyme]  :: calcineurin
calcio {m}  :: calcium
calcita {f}  :: calcite
calcitonina {f} [hormone]  :: calcitonin
calcáneo {m}  :: calcaneus, heel bone
calco {m} [colloquial]  :: shoe
calco {m}  :: copy
calco {m}  :: imitation, reproduction
calco {m} [linguistics]  :: A calque
calco {m}  :: The action of copying or reproducing something
calcomanía {f}  :: decalcomania
calcomanía {f}  :: decorative sticker, decal
calcomanía {f}  :: the image produced using decalcomania
calcáreo {adj}  :: calcareous
calculador {f}  :: calculator
calculadora {f}  :: calculator
calcular {v}  :: to calculate
calcularlo {v} [es-compound of, calcul, ar, calcular, lo, mood=inf]  ::
calículo {m} [anatomy, zoology]  :: calyculus, calicle
calículo {m} [botany]  :: epicalyx
Calcuta {prop}  :: Calcutta (capital of West Bengal)
caldeada {v} [feminine past participle of, caldear]  ::
caldeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, caldear]  ::
caldeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, caldear]  ::
caldear {v}  :: to warm
caldera {f}  :: boiler
caldera {f}  :: cauldron
caldera {f} [geology]  :: caldera
calderero {m}  :: coppersmith
calderero {m}  :: someone who makes boilers
caldereta {f}  :: A type of stew, normally made with fish but also with other ingredients
calderón {m} [cetaceans]  :: pilot whale
calderón {m} [music]  :: fermata
calderón {m} [typography]  :: symbol
Calderón {prop}  :: Spanish surname
caldero {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: said of someone who like soups
caldero {m}  :: vat, small cauldron
Caldevilla {prop}  :: Spanish surname
caldo {m}  :: a clear soup, broth, bouillon
caldo {m}  :: sludge
caldo {m}  :: (soup) stock
caldo {m}  :: swill
caldoso {adj}  :: liquidy (said of a broth)
caldoso {m}  :: arroz caldoso
calefacción {f}  :: heating
calefaccionada {v} [feminine past participle of, calefaccionar]  ::
calefaccionadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, calefaccionar]  ::
calefaccionados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, calefaccionar]  ::
calefaccionar {vt} [Chile, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: to heat
calefactor {m}  :: heater
caleidoscopio {m}  :: kaleidoscope
caleidoscópico {adj}  :: kaleidoscopic
calendario {m}  :: calendar
calendario gregoriano {m}  :: Gregorian calendar
calentada {v} [feminine past participle of, calentar]  ::
calentadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, calentar]  ::
calentador {m}  :: boiler
calentador {m}  :: heater
calentados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, calentar]  ::
calentamiento {m}  :: warming
calentamiento global {m}  :: global warming (a sustained increase in the average temperature of the earth's atmosphere sufficient to cause climate change.)
calentar {v}  :: to heat
calentarlo {v} [es-compound of, calent, ar, calentar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
calentarse {v} [es-compound of, calent, ar, calentar, se, mood=inf]  ::
calentito {adj}  :: diminutive form of caliente
calentón {adj} [colloquial]  :: horny
calentón {m} [colloquial]  :: blast of heat
calentón {m} [colloquial]  :: horniness
calentón {m} [colloquial]  :: horny person
calentorro {m} [colloquial]  :: horny/randy person
calentura {f}  :: fever, calenture
calentura {f}  :: horniness
caleño {adj}  :: of, or relating to, Cali
caleño {f}  :: someone from Cali
calesa {f}  :: stage-coach
calesita {m} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: carousel, merry-go-round
caleta {adv} [slang, Chile]  :: a lot
caleta {f} [slang, Chile]  :: a lot
caleta {f}  :: small bay
calígrafa {f}  :: feminine form of calígrafo
calígrafo {f}  :: calligrapher, calligraphist
Calígula {prop}  :: Caligula
Cali {prop}  :: Cali (city in Colombia)
Cali {prop}  :: Cali (river in Colombia)
calibración {f}  :: calibration
calibrar {v}  :: to calibrate
calibre {m}  :: calibre
calibre {m}  :: calipers
caliche {m}  :: salitre
caliche {m}  :: saltpeter
calidad {f}  :: quality (level of excellence)
calidez {f}  :: warmth (friendliness, kindness, or affection)
calidez {f}  :: warmth, warmness, heat
calientabancas {m}  :: bench-warmer
calientabancas {m}  :: pew-warmer
calientabraguetas {f} [colloquial]  :: cocktease, prickteaser
calientahuevos {m} [colloquial]  :: cocktease, prickteaser
calientaplatos {m}  :: hotplate
calientapollas {m} [vulgar]  :: cocktease
caliente {adj}  :: hot, warm (exhibiting heat or warmth)
caliente {adj} [slang]  :: horny (sexually aroused)
califa {m}  :: caliph
califato {m}  :: caliphate
calificación {f}  :: mark, rating
calificación {f}  :: qualification
calificado {adj}  :: qualified
calificar {v}  :: to describe
calificar {v}  :: to grade
California {prop}  :: California
californianas {f}  :: Douglas berry
californiano {adj}  :: Californian
californiano {f}  :: Californian
californio {adj}  :: Californian
californio {f}  :: Californian
californio {m}  :: californium
Californio {m}  :: obsolete spelling of californio
califórnico {adj}  :: Californian
caligrafía {f}  :: calligraphy
caligrafía {f}  :: penmanship; handwriting
caligráfico {adj}  :: calligraphic
calilla {f} [colloquial, Chile]  :: debt
calilla {f} [colloquial, Latin America]  :: annoyance, bother
calilla {f} [Colombia]  :: thin and long cigar
calilla {f} [Guatemala, Honduras]  :: annoying person
calimocho {m}  :: A cocktail consisting of approximately 50% red wine and 50% cola-based soft drink
calistenia {f}  :: calisthenics (gymnastic exercises)
Calixto {prop}  :: male given name
caliza {f} [geology]  :: limestone, rock composed of limestone
caliza de Creta {f} [geology]  :: chalk (rock)
calizo {adj} [geology]  :: of or pertaining to limestone or lime
calladamente {adv}  :: Silently, secretly, privately, inconspicuously, in a reserved manner
callado {adj}  :: quiet, silent
callampa {f} [Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru]  :: mushroom
callaos {v} [es-compound of, call, ar, callad, os, mood=imp, person=vosotros]  ::
callar {v}  :: to be silent
callar {v}  :: to calm
callar {v}  :: to hush, to become silent
callar {v}  :: to hush, to make silent
callar {v}  :: to keep silent
callar {v}  :: to not mention
callarse {v}  :: to be quiet; to stay quiet
callarte {v} [es-compound of, call, ar, callar, te, mood=inf]  ::
calle {f}  :: a lane in a pool or racetrack (but not a highway)
calle {f}  :: street
callecita {f}  :: small street
calle de boxes {m} [auto racing]  :: pit lane
calle de garajes {m} [auto racing]  :: pit lane
calleja {f}  :: narrow street
callejero {adj} [Mexico]  :: a person who often goes out home for unproductive activities
callejero {adj}  :: related to the streets, street-
callejero {adj}  :: stray (animal living in the streets)
callejero {adj}  :: wanderer (within the city or town, often for binge or partying and other unproductive activities)
callejón {m}  :: alley, side street, blind alley
callejón sin salida {m} [idiomatic]  :: dead end, road to nowhere
callejuela {f}  :: alley
callejuela {f}  :: (small) passage, passageway
calle sin salida {f}  :: blind alley, dead-end street, cul-de-sac, impasse (road with no exit)
calle sin salida {f}  :: impasse (deadlock or stalemate situation)
callo {m} [skin]  :: callus
callo {m} [skin]  :: corn (on the feet)
callo {m} [Spain]  :: tripe
callo molayo {m} [colloquial]  :: ugly bugger; beast
callos {mp} [Spain]  :: tripes (used as food)
calma {f}  :: calm, stillness, peacefulness
calma {f}  :: tranquility, peace and quiet
calmante {adj}  :: relaxing
calmante {m}  :: sedative
calmante {m}  :: tranquillizer
calmar {vi}  :: to subside, abate
calmar {vr}  :: to calm down
calmar {vt}  :: to calm, soothe, assuage
calmarme {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calmar, me, mood=inf]  ::
calmarnos {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calmar, nos, mood=inf]  ::
calmarse {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calmar, se, mood=inf]  ::
calmarte {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calmar, te, mood=inf]  ::
calmo {adj}  :: calm (at rest)
calmodulina {f} [protein]  :: calmodulin
caléndula {f}  :: marigold
calor {m}  :: heat
caloría {f}  :: calorie
calor específico {m} [physics]  :: specific heat
calorífico {adj}  :: calorific
calorímetro {m}  :: calorimeter
calota de hielo {f}  :: ice sheet
calpaína {f} [enzyme]  :: calpain
calórico {adj}  :: caloric
calumnia {f}  :: calumny
calumniada {v} [feminine past participle of, calumniar]  ::
calumniadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, calumniar]  ::
calumniador {m}  :: slanderer
calumniados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, calumniar]  ::
calumniar {v}  :: to slander
caluroso {adj}  :: very hot, but to a greater extent than caliente
calva {f}  :: An area on a hide or fabric from which the hair or pill has worn out
calva {f}  :: A traditional shepherds’ sport played in parts of Spain, the object of which is to knock down a partially supported horn or piece of wood (the calva) by throwing stones at it. In a modern version the stones have been substituted with metal cylinders (the marro) and horns are no more used as targets
calva {f}  :: bald patch (area of baldness)
calva {f}  :: clearing (area of land within a wood or forest devoid of trees)
calva {f}  :: The wooden target used in the game of calva
calvario {m}  :: A calvary
calvario {m}  :: A debt chart, spreadsheet
calvario {m}  :: An area outside of a settlement abundant in crosses
calvario {m}  :: An ordeal
calvario {m}  :: An ossuary
calvario {m}  :: A skullcap
calvicie {f}  :: baldness (The state of being bald)
calvo {adj}  :: bald
calvo {m}  :: a bald man
calza {f}  :: stocking, sock
calzada {f}  :: driveway
calzada {f}  :: sidewalk
calzado {adj} [of religions]  :: calced
calzado {m}  :: footgear
calzador {m}  :: shoehorn
calzados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, calzar]  ::
calzar {v}  :: to have shoe size X
calzar {v}  :: to wear/put on shoes
calzón {m}  :: female undergarment
calzón {m}  :: underpants
calzonazos {m} [colloquial]  :: one who is henpecked
calzonazos {m} [colloquial]  :: sissy, pushover (timid, unassertive or cowardly male)
calzoncillo {m}  :: underpants; pants (for males)
Cam {prop}  :: Ham (son of Noah)
cama {f}  :: bed
Camacho {prop}  :: Spanish surname
camachuelo {m}  :: The bullfinch. A small bird
cama elástica {f}  :: trampoline
camafeo {m}  :: cameo (relief work)
camaleón {m}  :: chameleon (all senses)
camaleónico {adj}  :: chameleonic
camalote {m}  :: A tropical aquatic plant from South America, in the family Pontederiaceae, that appears to form floating islands
camanchaca {f}  :: camanchaca
camarada {m}  :: comrade
camaradería {f}  :: comradeship
camarera {f}  :: waitress
camarero {f}  :: waiter
camarógrafo {f} [cinematography]  :: cameraman, camera operator (somebody who operates a movie camera or television camera)
camarón {m} [Central America]  :: casual, low-paid work
camarón {m} [Central America]  :: tip, gratuity
camarón {m} [Cuba, informal]  :: sunburned person
camarón {m} [Dominican Republic]  :: skilful and clever person
camarón {m} [Ecuador]  :: inexperienced driver
camarón {m} [Peru]  :: person living at the expense of others
camarón {m}  :: shrimp
camarote {m}  :: bunk
camarote {m}  :: cabin
camarote {m}  :: quarters
camba {m} [vesre]  :: pimp
cambalache {m}  :: swap, exchange
cambiado {adj}  :: changed
cambiador {adj}  :: changing, exchanging
cambiar {v}  :: to change, modify
cambiar {v}  :: to exchange
cambiar de chip {v} [idiomatic]  :: change tack, change one's mindset
cambiar de manos {v} [idiomatic]  :: To change hands; to be bought or sold or to change ownership
cambiar el agua al canario {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take a leak, spend a penny (urinate)
cambiar el chip {v}  :: alternative form of cambiar de chip
cambiarlo {v} [es-compound of, cambi, ar, , lo, mood=inf]  ::
cambiarme {v} [es-compound of, cambi, ar, cambiar, me, mood=inf]  ::
cambiarse {v} [es-compound of, cambi, ar, cambiar, se, mood=inf]  ::
cambiarte {v} [es-compound of, cambi, ar, cambiar, te, mood=inf]  ::
cambiazo {m}  :: switcheroo, changeup, major trade or change
cambiecito {m}  :: diminutive form of cambio, an insignificant (amount of) change, a tweak
cambio {interj} [telecommunication]  :: over
cambio {m}  :: change
cambio {m}  :: exchange rate
cambio fonético {m} [linguistics]  :: sound change
cambista {m}  :: banker
cambista {m}  :: money changer
cambium {m}  :: cambium
Camboya {prop}  :: Cambodia (country in Southeast Asia)
camboyana {f} [Chile, slang]  :: bitch, whore
camboyana {f}  :: feminine form of camboyano
camboyano {adj}  :: Cambodian
camboyano {f}  :: Cambodian person
camboyano {prop}  :: Khmer (the national language of Cambodia)
cambur {m} [Venezuela]  :: banana
camelada {v} [feminine past participle of, camelar]  ::
cameladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, camelar]  ::
camelados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, camelar]  ::
camelar {v} [colloquial]  :: to love
camelar {v} [colloquial]  :: to seduce
camelia {f}  :: camellia
camellón {m}  :: camlet (fabric)
camellón {m} [Guatemala, Mexico]  :: median; a dividing strip between two lanes of a road
camellón {m} [Guatemala, Panama]  :: curb (of a road)
camellón {m}  :: levee, dike
camellón {m}  :: ridge
camellón {m}  :: sawhorse
camello {m}  :: camel
camello {m} [informal]  :: pusher (drug dealer)
camelo {m}  :: flattery, gallantry (especially towards women)
cameo {m}  :: cameo (short appearance)
Camerún {prop}  :: Cameroon
camerunés {adj}  :: Cameroonian
camerunés {f}  :: Cameroonian
Camila {prop}  :: female given name, equivalent to Camilla
camilla {f}  :: stretcher, gurney
camillero {m}  :: An orderly; a hospital worker who performs non-medical patient care
camillero {m}  :: stretcher-bearer
camión {m}  :: lorry (UK); truck (US)
camión {m} [Mexico]  :: bus
caminada {v} [feminine past participle of, caminar]  ::
caminadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, caminar]  ::
caminados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, caminar]  ::
caminante {adj}  :: traveling
caminante {m}  :: hiker, walker
caminante {m}  :: traveler
caminar {v}  :: to go on
caminar {v}  :: to stroll
caminar {v}  :: to travel
caminar {v}  :: to walk
caminata {f}  :: walk, hike
camión cisterna {m}  :: tanker truck
camión de volteo {m}  :: dumper, dump truck
camino {m}  :: path
camino {m}  :: road
camino {m}  :: way
Camino de Santiago {prop}  :: Way of St. James, St. James' Way
camioncillo {m}  :: small truck
camionero {adj}  :: related to trucks
camionero {f}  :: trucker
camioneta {f}  :: pick-up truck
camisa {f}  :: shirt
camisería {f}  :: A shop / store which primarily sells shirts.
camiseta {f}  :: T-shirt
camiseta de tirantes {f}  :: strap top
camiseta de tirantes {f}  :: vest, undershirt
camisón {m}  :: nightdress
camisola {f}  :: camisole
camélido {m}  :: camelid
cáñamo {m}  :: cannabis; marijuana
cáñamo {m}  :: hemp (plant and fiber)
camote {m}  :: sweet potato
camoteada {v} [feminine past participle of, camotear]  ::
camoteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, camotear]  ::
camoteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, camotear]  ::
camotear {v} [Mexico]  :: to wander with no specific purpose in mind
campaña {f}  :: campaign
campaña {f}  :: countryside
campada {v} [feminine past participle of, campar]  ::
campadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, campar]  ::
campados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, campar]  ::
campal {adj}  :: pitched (battle)
campamento {m}  :: camp
campamocha {f} [Mexico]  :: green praying mantis
campana {f}  :: a bell-shaped (or roughly) object or component (vg, the canopy of a parachute)
campana {f}  :: bell
campana {f}  :: hood (device to suck away smokes and fumes)
campanada {f}  :: peal, stroke of a bell
campanario {m}  :: belfry, bell tower
campanilla {f} [anatomy]  :: uvula
campanilla {f}  :: bubble
campanilla {f} [plant]  :: Rutland beauty (Calystegia sepium)
campanilla {f}  :: small bell, handbell
campanilla morada {f}  :: morning glory
campanita {f}  :: diminutive form of campana; small bell
campar {v}  :: to stand out
campar a sus anchas {v} [idiomatic]  :: to roam free
campechano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Campeche
Campeche {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
campeón {f}  :: champ (informal address)
campeón {f}  :: champion
campeona {f}  :: feminine form of campeón
campeonato {m}  :: championship
campera {f} [Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: jacket
campesina {f}  :: feminine form of campesino
campesino {adj}  :: rural
campesino {f}  :: farmer
campesino {f}  :: peasant
campestre {adj}  :: country (attributive), cross-country, rural
campestre {adj}  :: rustic
campiña {f}  :: countryside
campo {m}  :: countryside, country
campo {m}  :: field (domain of knowledge or practice)
campo {m} [New Mexico]  :: camp (loan translation of English)
campo de batalla {m}  :: battlefield
campo de concentración {m}  :: concentration camp
campo de escombros {m}  :: debris field
campo de estudio {m}  :: field of study
campo de hielo {m}  :: ice cap
campo de hielo {m}  :: ice field
campo de nabos {m} [slang, Spain]  :: sausage fest
campo eléctrico {m}  :: electric field
campo gravitacional {m}  :: gravitational field
campo gravitatorio {m}  :: gravitational field
campo magnético {m}  :: magnetic field
Campos {prop}  :: Spanish surname
campo santo {m}  :: a burial-place or cemetery
camposanto {m}  :: alternative form of campo santo
campo semántico {m} [linguistics]  :: semantic field
camuflado {adj}  :: camouflaged
camuflaje {m}  :: camouflage
camuflajeada {v} [feminine past participle of, camuflajear]  ::
camuflajeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, camuflajear]  ::
camuflajeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, camuflajear]  ::
camuflajear {v}  :: rare spelling of camuflar
camuflar {v}  :: to camouflage
camuflar {v}  :: to disguise
can {m}  :: dog, hound
cañón {m}  :: barrel (of a gun), pipe, tube
cañón {m}  :: cannon
cañón {m}  :: canyon
Caín {prop}  :: Cain (Biblical character)
cana {f} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: jail, prison
cana {f} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: police force, police department
cana {f}  :: white or gray hair
cana {mf} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: policeman, policewoman
Canadá {prop}  :: Canada
canadiense {adj}  :: Canadian; pertaining to Canada or its people
canadiense {m}  :: A Canadian; an inhabitant of Canada
canal {m}  :: canal (waterway)
canal {m}  :: channel (of television)
canal {m} [chemistry]  :: channel
canal {m}  :: cleavage
canal {m} [communication]  :: channel
Canal de Panamá {prop}  :: Panama Canal
canalero {adj}  :: Panamanian
canalero {f}  :: A Panamanian
canalizar {vt}  :: to channel
canalizo {m} [nautical]  :: fairway
canalla {f} [colloquial]  :: swine, rascal
canalla {f}  :: rabble, riff-raff
canapé {m}  :: canapé (food)
canapé {m}  :: canapé (furniture)
canapé {m}  :: snack food
canaria {f}  :: feminine form of canario
Canarias {prop}  :: Canaries; Canary Islands
canario {adj}  :: of, from or related to the Canary Islands
canario {f}  :: person from the Canary Islands
canario {m}  :: canary (bird)
canasta {f}  :: A basket
canasta {f} [basketball]  :: basket, hoop
canasta {f} [card games]  :: canasta
canastilla {f}  :: diminutive form of canasta, a small basket
canastillo {m}  :: diminutive form of canasto; a small wicker basket
canasto {m}  :: basket
canavanina {f} [amino acid]  :: canavanine
caníbal {adj}  :: cannibalistic
cancela {f}  :: lattice gate
cancelación {f}  :: cancellation
cancelado {adj}  :: canceled
cancelar {v}  :: (Ecuador, Chile) to pay
cancelar {v}  :: to cancel
cancelar {v}  :: to liquidate a debt
canceroso {adj}  :: cancerous
cancha {f} [Peru]  :: popcorn
cancha {f}  :: sports field, pitch, court
cancha de tenis {f}  :: tennis court
canciller {m}  :: chancellor
cancillería {f}  :: chancery
canción {f}  :: song
canción de cuna {f}  :: cradle song
canción de cuna {f}  :: lullaby
cancionero {m}  :: songbook
canícula {f}  :: dog days (the days between early July and early September when Sirius rises and sets with the Sun)
candado {m}  :: lock, padlock
cañón de agua {m}  :: water cannon
cañón de avancarga {m}  :: Type of weapon; muzzleloader
candela {f}  :: candle
candelabro {m}  :: candelabrum, branched candlestick
candelero {m}  :: candlestick
candelita {f}  :: small candle
cañón de nieve {m}  :: snow cannon
candente {adj}  :: burning
candente {adj}  :: hot, sexually attractive
candente {adj}  :: polemical, dangerous to talk about
candidato {f}  :: candidate
candidatura {f}  :: candidacy
candidez {adj}  :: The quality of being candid; candidness
candor {m}  :: candor
caneca {f} [Colombia]  :: can (cylindrical vessel for liquids, usually of steel or aluminium)
caneca {f} [Colombia]  :: trash (container into which things are discarded; trash can)
caneca {f}  :: gin flask
canela {f}  :: cinnamon
canelazo {m} [Ecuador, Colombia, Peru]  :: An alcoholic drink prepared with sugar and cinnamon, and often a sour juice such as lemon or naranjilla
canelito {m}  :: alternative form of canelazo
canelo {m}  :: cinnamon (tree)
cangrejo {m}  :: crab
cangrejo de río {m}  :: crayfish
canguro {f}  :: babysitter
canguro {m}  :: kangaroo
cani {m} [Spain, pejorative]  :: A working-class youth, especially one associated with aggression, poor education, and a perceived "common" taste in clothing and lifestyle
canibalismo {m}  :: cannibalism
canica {f}  :: glass marble (spherical ball)
canilla {f} [anatomy]  :: (chiefly) tibia, (rare) ulna, radius (for three cases, bones and surrounding soft tissues)
canilla {f} [Argentina, Northern Central Spain, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: faucet
canilla {f} [Northern Mexico]  :: leg
canino {adj} [anatomy]  :: canine
canino {adj}  :: canine
canino {m}  :: canine tooth
canino {m} [muscle]  :: caninus
canje {m}  :: swap, exchange
canjeable {adj}  :: exchangeable
canjeada {v} [feminine past participle of, canjear]  ::
canjeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, canjear]  ::
canjeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, canjear]  ::
canjear {v}  :: to exchange
cannabis {m}  :: cannabis
canónico {adj}  :: canonical
canónigo {m}  :: corn salad
cano {adj}  :: ancient, old (for a person)
cano {adj}  :: hoary, white-haired, grey-haired
cano {adj} [rare]  :: white, snow-white, milky white
Cano {prop}  :: Spanish surname
canoa {f}  :: canoe
canon {m}  :: canon (principle, literary works, prayer, religious law, music piece)
canoso {adj}  :: gray/grey, hoary (of hair)
cansadamente {adv}  :: wearily, tiredly
cansado {adj}  :: boring
cansado {adj}  :: tired, sleepy
cansancio {m}  :: tiredness
cansar {vr}  :: to get tired
cansar {vt}  :: to tire
cansarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of cansar, to get tired
cansera {f}  :: fatigue
cansinamente {adv}  :: wearily
Cantabria {prop}  :: A region in North Spain
cantaleta {f}  :: nagging (repetitive wigging)
cantaleta {f}  :: tedious refrain
cantamañanas {m} [colloquial]  :: bullshitter
cantante {m}  :: singer
cantaor {f}  :: flamenco singer
cantaora {f}  :: flamenco singer
cantar {v}  :: to sing
cantatriz {f}  :: female singer
cantautor {f}  :: singer-songwriter
cantaxantina {f} [organic compound]  :: canthaxanthin
cantábrico {adj}  :: Cantabrian
cantábrico {f}  :: Cantabrian (language)
cantábrico {f}  :: Cantabrian (people)
cantera {f}  :: academy
cantera {f}  :: quarry
cantera {f}  :: talent, ingeniosity
cantería {f}  :: stonecutting
canterano {f}  :: (of an athlete) One who comes from an academy; an academian
cantidad {f}  :: amount
cantidad {f}  :: figure
cantidad {f}  :: quantity
cantidades {adv}  :: a lot
cantil {m}  :: cliff
cantil {m}  :: shelf (underwater)
cantimplora {f}  :: flask, canteen (water bottle)
cantina {f}  :: cafeteria, canteen (staff restaurant)
cantina {f}  :: saloon, speakeasy, bar
cantinela {f}  :: (old) story
cantinero {f}  :: bartender
cantón {m}  :: canton, district
cantón {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: canton
cantón {m} [heraldry]  :: division of a flag or a coat of arms
Cantón {prop}  :: Guangzhou (a city of China)
canto {m}  :: chant
canto {m}  :: edge
canto {m} [rare]  :: thickness
canto {m}  :: side
canto {m}  :: singing
canto {m}  :: song
canto del cisne {m} [idiomatic]  :: swan song
canto gregoriano {m}  :: Gregorian chant
cantonés {adj}  :: Cantonese
cantonés {f}  :: Cantonese person
cantonés {prop}  :: Cantonese language
cantor {adj}  :: singing
cantor {f}  :: singer
cantora {f}  :: feminine form of cantor
cantueso {m}  :: lavender
canturrear {v}  :: to croon
canturrear {v}  :: to sing softly
canturreo {m}  :: a crooning, a hum
canutillo {m}  :: A dessert consisting of confectioner's cream rolled in pastry
canuto {m} [slang, Chile, pejorative]  :: evangelical
canuto {m} [slang]  :: joint, reefer
canuto {m}  :: tube
Canuto {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to Canute, Knut
caño {m}  :: drain
caño {m}  :: gutter
caño {m}  :: navigation channel
caño {m}  :: spout
caño {m}  :: tube or pipe
caoba {adj}  :: mahogany (color)
caoba {f}  :: mahogany (color, tree, wood)
caolín {m}  :: kaolin
cañonazo {m}  :: cannon shot
cañonear {v}  :: to cannonade, to shell, to bombard
caos {m}  :: chaos
capó {m}  :: hood of an automobile
CAP {initialism}  :: Comisión Administradora del Petróleo
capa {f}  :: cape
capa {f}  :: cloak
capa {f}  :: coat
capa {f}  :: layer
capa {f}  :: primage
capa anual {f} [botany]  :: annual ring
capacidad {f}  :: capacity
capacitación {f}  :: training
capacitar {v}  :: to train
capa de hielo {f}  :: ice cap
capa de hielo {f}  :: ice field
capa de hielo {f}  :: ice sheet
Capadocia {prop}  :: Cappadocia (ancient region)
capanga {m} [slang, Argentina]  :: boss
caparazón {f}  :: caparison
caparazón {f}  :: shell
capataz {f} [management]  :: foreman
capataza {f}  :: feminine form of capataz
capaz {adj}  :: able, capable
capeada {v} [feminine past participle of, capear]  ::
capeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, capear]  ::
capeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, capear]  ::
capear {v}  :: to dodge
capellán {m}  :: chaplain
Caperucita Roja {prop}  :: Little Red Riding Hood
caperuza {f}  :: hood
capicúa {f}  :: palindromic number
capilar {adj}  :: capillary
capilar {adj}  :: hair (attributive)
capilar {m}  :: capillary
capilaria {f}  :: capillary
capilaridad {f}  :: capillarity
capilla {f}  :: chapel
capitación {f}  :: capitation
capitación {f}  :: poll tax
capital {adj}  :: capital (important)
capital {f}  :: capital (city)
capital {m}  :: capital (finance)
capitalidad {f}  :: The state of being the capital
capitalino {adj} [Mexico]  :: of or relating to Mexico City
capitalino {adj}  :: of or relating to a capital city
capitalino {f} [Mexico]  :: someone from Mexico City
capitalino {f}  :: someone from or related to a capital city
capitalismo {m}  :: capitalism
capitalista {adj}  :: capitalist
capitalista {m}  :: capitalist
capitalización {f}  :: capitalization
capitana {f}  :: (female) captain
capitanear {v}  :: to command
capitel {m} [architecture]  :: capital (uppermost part of a column)
capitán {f}  :: captain
capitán general {m}  :: captain general
Capitolio {prop}  :: Capitol
capitulación {f}  :: surrender
capitular {v}  :: to capitulate
capón {adj}  :: castrated
capón {m}  :: capon (castrated cockerel)
capnomancía {f}  :: alternative form of capnomancia
capnomancia {f}  :: capnomancy
capo {m}  :: gangster
capolar {v}  :: to mince (meat)
caporal {m}  :: foreman
capota {f}  :: hood of a car
cappa {f}  :: kappa; the Greek letter Κ, κ
capricho {m}  :: caprice, fancy
caprichoso {adj}  :: whimsical, capricious
capricornio {adj} [astrology]  :: Capricorn
Capricornio {prop} [astrology, astronomy]  :: Capricorn, Capricornus
caprino {adj} [attributive]  :: goat
caprino {adj}  :: caprine
caprolactama {f} [organic compound]  :: caprolactam
capsaicina {f} [organic compound]  :: capsaicin
capsulada {v} [feminine past participle of, capsular]  ::
capsuladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, capsular]  ::
capsulados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, capsular]  ::
capsular {adj}  :: capsular
capsular {v}  :: to cap
captación {f}  :: capture, capturing
captar {v}  :: to capture, perceive, register, understand
capítulo {m}  :: chapter
captura {f}  :: capture
capturar {v}  :: to catch, trap, capture
capucha {f}  :: hood (headwear)
capucha {f}  :: hoodie
capuchera {f}  :: hoodie
capuchino {m}  :: cappuccino (coffee)
capuchino {m}  :: Capuchin (monk)
capullete {m}  :: diminutive form of capullo
capullo {m}  :: cocoon
capullo {m}  :: foreskin
capullo {m}  :: pod
capullo {m}  :: twat, asshole (contemptible person)
Caquetá {prop}  :: A department of Colombia
Caquetá {prop}  :: A river that runs through Colombia and Brazil
caqui {m}  :: khaki (color)
caqui {m}  :: persimmon (fruit)
caqui {m}  :: persimmon (tree)
cara {f}  :: face
cara {f}  :: heads side of a coin
carabao {m}  :: a water-buffalo
carabela {f}  :: caravel
carabela portuguesa {f}  :: Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia physalis)
carabina {m}  :: carbine (short firearm)
carabina {m}  :: rifle
caracense {adj}  :: From Guadalajara, Spain
caracense {m}  :: Someone from Guadalajara, Spain
caracol {m}  :: snail
caracterizado {adj}  :: characterized
caracterizar {v}  :: to characterize
característica {f}  :: characteristic, feature
característicamente {adv}  :: characteristically
característico {adj}  :: characteristic, typical
caradura {adj} [colloquial]  :: cheeky
caradura {m} [colloquial]  :: cheeky person, cheek
carajillo {m}  :: Irish coffee (coffee with a shot of liquor)
carajo {interj} [slang, vulgar]  :: used as an intensifier, similar to the fuck
carajo {interj} [South America, Northwestern Spain, vulgar]  :: shit!
carajo {m}  :: [al carajo] hell
carajo {m} [Spain]  :: penis
carajo {m}  :: [un carajo] shit [US], jackshit [US], sod all [UK], bugger all [UK]
caramba {interj}  :: good grief; great Scott (an expression of shock, surprise or anger)
carambola {f}  :: star fruit (fruit)
carambolo {m}  :: The tree that bears the carambola
caramelito {m}  :: diminutive form of caramelo
caramelo {m}  :: candy
caramelo {m}  :: (more specifically) caramel
caramelo de melaza {m}  :: taffy
caramillo {m} [musici]  :: shawm
carancho {m}  :: caracara (bird of prey)
carantoña {f}  :: caress
cara o cruz {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: heads or tails
caraota {f} [Venezuela]  :: bean plant
caraota {f} [Venezuela]  :: bean seed
caraqueño {adj}  :: From Caracas
caraqueño {f}  :: A perosn from Caracas
carau {m}  :: limpkin, Aramus guarauna
caravana {f}  :: caravan
caravana {f}  :: trailer
caravana {f} [Uruguay]  :: earring
caray {interj}  :: "good heavens!" Expresses disgust, surprise, astonishment
Carazo {prop}  :: Carazo
carballo {m}  :: oak (tree)
Carballo {prop}  :: Spanish surname
carbaminohemoglobina {f}  :: carbaminohemoglobin
carbaril {m}  :: carbaryl
carbarilo {m}  :: carbaryl
carbón {m}  :: charcoal
carbón {m}  :: coal
carbón activado {m} [chemistry]  :: activated charcoal
carbón grafitizado {m} [chemistry]  :: activated charcoal, activated carbon
carbónico {adj} [chemistry]  :: carbonic
carbohidrato {m} [carbohydrate]  :: carbohydrate
carbonatado {adj}  :: carbonated
carbonato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: carbonate
carbonero {m}  :: pollock
carbonero {m}  :: tit (bird)
carbonero garrapinos {m}  :: The coal tit, a small bird
carbonizar {v}  :: to carbonize
carbono {m}  :: carbon
carboxihemoglobina {f}  :: carboxyhemoglobin
carboxilasa {f} [enzyme]  :: carboxylase
carboxilato {m}  :: carboxylate
carboxilo {m} [organic chemistry]  :: carboxyl
carboxílico {adj}  :: carboxylic
carbunco {m} [Costa Rica]  :: fire beetle
carbunco {m} [pathology]  :: anthrax
carburador {m}  :: carburetor (a device in an internal combustion engine)
carburar {v} [colloquial, of a person or thing]  :: to function, to work
carburar {v}  :: to carburize
carburo {m}  :: carbide
carca {adj}  :: narrow-minded
carca {adj}  :: reactionary
carca {m}  :: narrow-minded person
carcaj {f}  :: quiver
carcaj {f}  :: rifle case
carcajada {f}  :: A guffaw or cackle; a loud and hearty laugh
carcajearse {vr}  :: To laugh heartily or heavily; to cackle; to bust up or be in stitches
carcamal {m} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: old fogey
carcax {m}  :: metal anklet, metal bracelet, metal armlet
carcax {m}  :: quiver (for arrows) (in this sense, variant of carcaj)
carcelario {adj} [attributive]  :: jail
carcelera {f}  :: feminine form of carcelero
carcelero {adj}  :: relating or pertaining to jail or prison
carcelero {f}  :: jailer, warden, prison guard
carcinógeno {m} [biology]  :: carcinogen
carcoma {f}  :: woodworm
carcomer {v}  :: to consume
carcomer {v}  :: to fret, to eat away
carcomido {adj}  :: decayed
carcomido {adj}  :: dry-rotten
carcomido {adj} [figuratively]  :: consumed
carácter {m}  :: character
carácter de escape {m}  :: escape character
cardíaco {adj}  :: cardiac
cardada {v} [feminine past participle of, cardar]  ::
cardadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cardar]  ::
cardados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cardar]  ::
cardamomo {m}  :: cardamom
cardar {v}  :: to card or comb
cardelino {m}  :: European goldfinch
cardenal {m}  :: bruise
cardenal {m} [religion]  :: cardinal
cardenalato {m}  :: cardinalship
cardiaco {adj}  :: cardiac
cardióloga {f}  :: (female) cardiologist
cardiólogo {f}  :: cardiologist
cardinal {adj}  :: cardinal Crucial, pivotal (for few cases)
cardio- {prefix}  :: cardio- (forming words pertaining to the heart)
cardiograma {m} [cardiology]  :: cardiogram
cardiológico {adj}  :: cardiological
cardiología {f}  :: cardiology
cardioplejia {f}  :: cardioplegia
cardiorrespiratorio {adj}  :: cardiorespiratory
cardiosaludable {adj}  :: heart-healthy
cardiovascular {adj}  :: cardiovascular
cardo {m}  :: cardoon
cardo {m}  :: thistle
cardume {m}  :: school, shoal (group of fish)
cardumen {m}  :: school (a group of fish)
cardumen {m} [Uruguay]  :: any large group
careada {v} [feminine past participle of, carear]  ::
careadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, carear]  ::
careados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, carear]  ::
carear {v} [legal]  :: to confront (witnesses regarding contradictory testimony)
carear {v}  :: to bring face-to-face
carecer {v}  :: to lack, to be lacking (in)
carenada {v} [feminine past participle of, carenar]  ::
carenadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, carenar]  ::
carenados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, carenar]  ::
carenar {v} [nautical]  :: to careen (to turn a ship on its side)
carencia {f}  :: lack, shortage
carero {adj}  :: expensive, pricey (store or busieness)
carestía {f}  :: scarcity, shortage
carey {m}  :: A hawksbill turtle
carey {m}  :: Tortoiseshell
carga {f}  :: burden
carga {f}  :: cargo
carga {f}  :: charge
carga {f}  :: load
cargado {adj}  :: charged
cargado {adj}  :: loaded
cargador {m}  :: charger
cargador {m} [weapons]  :: magazine (of a gun)
carga eléctrica {f} [physics]  :: electric charge
cargamento {m}  :: load, freight
cargante {adj}  :: annoying
cargar {vr}  :: to kill
cargar {vt}  :: to annoy, pester
cargar {vt}  :: to charge
cargar {vt}  :: to load
cargarlo {v} [es-compound of, carg, ar, cargar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
cargo {m}  :: charge, burden
cargo {m} [finance]  :: debit
cargo {m} [heraldry]  :: charge
cargo {m}  :: position (work)
carguero {m}  :: freighter
cari {m} [colloquial]  :: darling, dear, lover
cariada {v} [feminine past participle of, cariar]  ::
cariadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cariar]  ::
cariados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cariar]  ::
cariar {v}  :: to cause cavities, decay
caribú {m}  :: caribou, reindeer
caribe {adj}  :: Caribbean
caribe {adj}  :: hot, "sol caribe" ("hot sun")
caribe {adj}  :: piranha fish
caribeño {adj}  :: Caribbean
caribeño {f}  :: Caribbean
cariblanco {adj}  :: white-faced
caricatura {f} [art]  :: caricature (pictorial representation of someone for comic effect)
caricatura {f} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: animated cartoon (specially in plural)
caricaturista {m}  :: caricaturist
caricaturizar {v}  :: to caricature
caricia {f}  :: caress
cariciada {v} [feminine past participle of, cariciar]  ::
cariciadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cariciar]  ::
cariciados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cariciar]  ::
cariciar {v}  :: to caress or fondle
caridad {f}  :: charity
Caridad {prop}  :: female given name
caries {f} [dentistry]  :: caries, cavity
cariñito {mf}  :: diminutive form of cariño
cariño {m}  :: affection
cariño {m}  :: caress
cariño {m} [used in the second person]  :: dear, darling, honey
cariograma {f}  :: karyogram
cariñoso {adj}  :: loving, kind
cariñoso {adj}  :: tender, affectionate
cariotipo {m} [genetics]  :: karyotype
carisma {m}  :: charisma
carismático {adj}  :: charismatic
carita {f}  :: diminutive form of cara
caritativo {adj}  :: charitable
cariz {m}  :: appearance
cariz {m}  :: aspect, condition
Carla {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Carlos
carlista {adj}  :: Carlist
carlista {m}  :: Carlist
Carlos {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to Charles
Carlota {prop}  :: female given name, equivalent to Charlotte
carámbano {m}  :: icicle
Carmen {prop}  :: female given name, traditionally popular in Spain
Carmen {prop}  :: The letter C in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
carmesí {adj}  :: crimson
carmesí {m}  :: crimson
carmín {m}  :: carmine, crimson (color)
carmínico {adj}  :: carminic
carné {m}  :: identity card
carné {m} [informal, shorthand]  :: driver's licence
carnada {f}  :: bait
carnal {adj}  :: carnal
carnal {f} [Mexico]  :: brother (short form of hermano carnal, "carnal brother", in opposition to adopted or in-law)
carnaval {m}  :: carnival
carne {f}  :: an animal’s meat, or by extension the edible “fleshy” part of a fruit or vegetable
carne {f}  :: flesh, the soft part of a body which covers the bones
carne molida {f}  :: ground beef
carne pinchada {f} [by extension]  :: A Nicaraguan dish where the meat (chicken, beef, etc.) is marinated in a wine or beer sauce, arranged on a stick and then grilled
carne pinchada {f} [literally]  :: stabbed meat
carnero {m}  :: mutton
carnero {m}  :: sheep
carnero {m}  :: sheepskin
carnet {m}  :: identification card, identification badge
carnicera {f}  :: feminine form of carnicero
carnicería {f}  :: butcher's shop
carnicería {f}  :: carnage
carnicero {f}  :: butcher
carnitina {f} [organic compound]  :: carnitine
carnoso {adj}  :: fleshy
carnívoro {adj}  :: carnivorous
carnívoro {f}  :: carnivore (meat-eating animal)
caro {adj}  :: dear
caro {adj}  :: expensive
caro {adv}  :: costly
Carolina {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to English Caroline
Carolina del Norte {prop}  :: North Carolina
Carolina del Sur {prop}  :: South Carolina
carota {f} [colloquial]  :: Facial expression reflecting rejection, dissatisfaction, anger, disapprobation, annoyance, etc
caroteno {m} [chemistry]  :: carotene
carotenoide {m} [organic compound]  :: carotenoid
carpa {f}  :: carp (fish)
carpa {f} [South America]  :: tent (mainly that of a circus)
carpa {f} [theater]  :: a kind of humoristic and musical theatre, under a tent
carpa dorada {f}  :: goldfish
carpe {m}  :: hornbeam
carpelar {adj} [botany]  :: carpellate
carpeta {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: billiard cloth, gambling table cloth
carpeta {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: tablecloth
carpeta {f} [computing]  :: folder, directory (virtual container in a computer's file system, in which files and other folders may be stored)
carpeta {f} [Cuba]  :: hotel reception, reception desk at a hotel
carpeta {f}  :: folder (an organizer that papers are kept in)
carpeta {f}  :: lace dollies
carpintería {f}  :: carpentry
carpinteril {adj}  :: Relating or pertaining to carpentry
carpintero {m}  :: carpenter
carpintero {m}  :: woodpecker
carpín {m}  :: goldfish (any of several taxa)
carpín dorado {m}  :: goldfish (any of several taxa)
carpo {m}  :: carpus
carquines {m}  :: Karkin
carragenano {m} [organic compound]  :: carrageenan
carragenina {f}  :: carrageenan, a food additive made from seaweed
carrao {m}  :: limpkin, Aramus guarauna
carraspeada {v} [feminine past participle of, carraspear]  ::
carraspeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, carraspear]  ::
carraspeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, carraspear]  ::
carraspear {v}  :: to clear one’s throat
carraspera {f} [colloquial]  :: hoarseness, frog in one's throat
carrera {f} [academics]  :: course of study
carrera {f} [baseball]  :: run
carrera {f}  :: career
carrera {f}  :: race
carrera {f}  :: run (act of running)
carrera {f}  :: run (line of knit stitches which have unravelled)
Carrera {prop}  :: a Spanish surname
carrera armamentista {f}  :: arms race
carreta {f}  :: cart, dray
carrete {m}  :: bobbin
carrete {m} [Chile, colloquial]  :: party (social gathering)
carrete {m}  :: fishing reel
carreteada {v} [feminine past participle of, carretear]  ::
carreteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, carretear]  ::
carreteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, carretear]  ::
carretear {v} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to party
carretear {v}  :: to cart, to haul
carretear {v}  :: to taxi
carretera {f}  :: highway
carretilla {f}  :: barrow (small vehicle used to carry a load and pulled or pushed by hand)
carricerín cejudo {m}  :: The aquatic warbler. A bird
carril {m}  :: lane
carril {m}  :: rail
carril {m}  :: track
carrillera {f}  :: chinstrap
carrillera {f}  :: jaw (of certain animals)
carrillera {f}  :: the meat of the jaw of certain animals
carrillo {m} [anatomy]  :: cheek, jowl
carrito {m}  :: diminutive form of carro, small cart
carrizal {m}  :: area of reeds, reed field
carrizo {m} [Colombia, Venezuela, Panama]  :: drinking straw
carrizo {m} [euphemistic]  :: penis
carrizo {m}  :: reed
carro {m}  :: A cart
carro {m} [Latin America]  :: An automobile
carro {m} [Latin America]  :: A train car
carro {m} [uncountable]  :: The Big Dipper constellation
carroña {f}  :: carrion
carroñero {m}  :: scavenger
carromato {m}  :: wagon
carroza {adj}  :: old-fashioned
carroza {f}  :: carriage
carroza {f}  :: hearse (vehicle for taking dead body to grave)
carroza {f}  :: state carriage
carruaje {m}  :: carriage
carrusel {m}  :: carousel, merry-go-round
carísimo {adj}  :: Very expensive
carst {m}  :: alternative form of karst
carta {f}  :: document
carta {f}  :: letter (document)
carta {f}  :: map
carta {f}  :: menu
carta {f}  :: playing card
Cartagena {prop}  :: Cartagena (city)
cartagenero {adj}  :: Cartagenan
cartagenero {f}  :: Cartagenan
cartaginés {adj}  :: Cartagenan
cartaginés {f}  :: Cartagenan
Carta Magna {prop}  :: Magna Carta
cartapacio {m} [Central and South America]  :: binder, folder, notebook
cartapacio {m} [Central and South America]  :: ring binder, three-ring binder
cartapacio {m} [Central and South America]  :: satchel, briefcase
cartearse {vr}  :: To correspond (with); to exchange letters (with)
cartel {m}  :: A cartel
cartel {m}  :: A criminal organization, Mafia, mob
cartel {m}  :: A poster, placard, bill, banner
cartelera {m}  :: billboard
cartelera {m}  :: list of plays, programme
cartelera {m}  :: notice
cartelito {m}  :: diminutive form of cartel
cartelón {m}  :: large notice; poster
cartera {f}  :: A post of responsibility. A portfolio
cartera {f}  :: handbag
cartera {f}  :: wallet
cartera de inversiones {f}  :: An investment portfolio
carterista {f}  :: A pickpocket
cartero {f}  :: postman
cartesiano {adj}  :: Cartesian
cartógrafo {f}  :: cartographer
carótida {f} [medical]  :: carotid artery
cartilaginoso {adj}  :: cartilaginous
cartílago {m} [anatomy]  :: cartilage (dense connective tissue)
cartón {m}  :: cardboard box
cartón {m}  :: cardboard, paperboard
cartón piedra {m}  :: papier-mâché
cartografía {f}  :: cartography
cartográfico {adj}  :: cartographic
cartucho {m}  :: cartridge
cartulina {f}  :: thin cardboard or paperboard
caráu {m}  :: limpkin, Aramus guarauna
carvallo {m} [Spain]  :: oak
carvallo {m} [Spain]  :: Portuguese oak (Quercus faginea)
carvi {m}  :: caraway (seed/fruit)
cas {m}  :: The fruit of a very tart species of guava
cas {m}  :: The tree that bears those fruits, Psidium friedrichsthalium
casa {f}  :: house
Casa Blanca {prop}  :: White House (The official residence of the President of the United States of America)
casaca {f} [colloquial, Guatemala, El Salvador]  :: lies, bullshit
casaca {f} [Spain]  :: jacket
casación {f}  :: cassation, annulment
casada {adj}  :: married (female)
casada {f}  :: a married woman
casa de citas {f}  :: hostess bar
casa de empeños {f}  :: pawn shop
casa de locos {f} [colloquial]  :: nuthouse, madhouse
casa de putas {f}  :: brothel, whorehouse
casa de vecindad {f}  :: tenement house
casado {adj}  :: married
casado {f}  :: a married man
casal {m} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: mating pair (of animals)
casal {m}  :: country house
casamiento {m} [El Salvador]  :: rice and beans fried together
casamiento {m}  :: marriage
casar {vr}  :: to wed, marry, get married
casar {v}  :: to fit (together)
casar {v}  :: to marry, wed someone to (unite two others in wedlock)
casarme {v} [es-compound of, cas, ar, casar, me, mood=inf]  ::
casarnos {v} [es-compound of, cas, ar, casar, nos, mood=inf]  ::
casarse {vr}  :: to marry, get married (literally, to get oneself married)
casarse de penalti {v} [idiom]  :: have a shotgun wedding
casarte {v} [es-compound of, cas, ar, casar, te, mood=inf]  ::
casatienda {f}  :: A store or shop adjoined to its owner's residence
cascabel {f}  :: rattlesnake
cascabel {m}  :: cascabel (chili)
cascabel {m} [Chile]  :: rattle (baby's toy)
cascabel {m}  :: jingle bell, sleigh bell
cascabel {m}  :: knob of a cannon
cascada {f}  :: waterfall, cascade
cascadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cascar]  ::
cascado {adj}  :: past it, over the hill
cascados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cascar]  ::
cascajoso {adj}  :: grungy, gravelly
cascanueces {m} [colloquial]  :: madcap, harebrained young man
cascanueces {m}  :: nutcracker
cascanueces {m}  :: nutcracker (bird)
cascar {v} [informal]  :: to chatter
cascar {v} [informal]  :: to hit
cascar {v} [informal]  :: to slap (a fine on someone)
cascar {v} [informal]  :: to snuff it (die)
cascar {v} [informal]  :: to wank
cascar {v}  :: to crack, to split
cascarla {v} [colloquial]  :: to snuff it (die)
cascarón {m}  :: augmentative form of cascara
cascarón {m}  :: shell (of an egg, especially after a chick has been hatched)
cascarrabias {m}  :: Someone who is always in a bad mood or who complains a lot; a grump or grouch
casco {m}  :: crown (top part of a hat)
casco {m}  :: empty container, e.g. bottle or barrel
casco {m}  :: head (of an alcoholic beverage)
casco {m}  :: helmet
casco {m}  :: hull of a vegetable
casco {m} [nautical]  :: hulk (unused ship)
casco {m} [nautical]  :: the bottom of a boat; the hull
casco {m}  :: potsherd
casco {m}  :: saddle tree
casco {m}  :: shard
casco {m}  :: the city center
casco {m}  :: the foot of a horse; a hoof
casco {m}  :: vat, barrel
casco antiguo {m}  :: old town
cascote {m}  :: rubble (broken remains of an object)
casco trincado {m} [nautical]  :: clinker, lapstrake
caseinato {m} [organic compound]  :: caseinate
caseína {f} [protein]  :: casein
casera {f}  :: feminine form of casero; landlady
casera {f} [Spain, colloquial]  :: soda (sweet, carbonated drink)
caserón {m}  :: augmentative form of casa; huge house
caserío {m}  :: country house
caserío {m}  :: hamlet
casero {adj}  :: domestic, household
casero {adj}  :: homely
casero {adj}  :: homemade
casero {f}  :: caretaker
casero {f}  :: landlord
casero {f}  :: regular customer, regular guest
caseta {f}  :: hut
casete {m}  :: cassette
casi {adv}  :: almost
casilla {f}  :: cabin
casilla {f}  :: pigeonhole
casilla {f}  :: square (of e.g. a board game)
casilla {f}  :: text box
casillero {m}  :: lockers
casillero {m}  :: pigeon hole
casimir {m}  :: alternative form of cachemir
Casimiro {prop}  :: male given name: Casimir
casinero {m}  :: Someone who dances Rueda de Casino, the Cuban salsa dance style found also outside of Cuba
casino {m}  :: casino
casino {m} [Chile]  :: cafeteria, canteen (staff restaurant)
casita {f}  :: diminutive form of casa
casita {f}  :: mother-in-law apartment
caso {m}  :: case
caso {m}  :: occasion
caso ablativo {m}  :: ablative case
caso acusativo {m}  :: accusative case
caso dativo {m}  :: dative case
caso genitivo {m}  :: genitive case
caso instrumental {m}  :: instrumental case (grammatical case)
caso locativo {m}  :: locative case (grammatical case)
caso nominativo {m}  :: nominative case
caso oblicuo {m}  :: oblique case
casoplón {m} [colloquial]  :: huge house, mansion
caso vocativo {m}  :: vocative case
caspa {f}  :: dandruff
caspasa {f} [enzyme]  :: caspase
caspio {adj}  :: Caspian
casposo {adj}  :: covered in dandruff, dandruffy
casquete {m}  :: bowl
casquete {m}  :: hairpiece, rug
casquete {m}  :: helmet
casquete {m}  :: hood
casquete {m} [Mexico]  :: poultice, plaster, cataplas
casquete {m}  :: polar ice, polar icecap
casquete {m} [vulgar, Spain]  :: sexual intercourse
casquete polar {m}  :: polar ice, polar icecap
casquillo {m}  :: ferrule, tip
casquillo {m}  :: shell (of bullet)
casquivana {f}  :: birdbrain
casquivana {f}  :: harlot
casquivano {f}  :: birdbrain
casta {f}  :: breed
casta {f}  :: caste
casta {f}  :: lineage
castaña {f}  :: bun, chignon (haircut)
castaña {f}  :: chestnut
castaña {f} [colloquial]  :: piece of junk
castaña {f} [colloquial]  :: piss-up
castaña {f} [colloquial]  :: strike, wallop (hard hit)
castaña {f} [colloquial]  :: yawn (boring thing)
castaña {f} [colloquial]  :: year (used in talking about ages)
castaña de cajú {f} [Chile, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: cashew nut
castañero {f}  :: chestnut-seller
castaño {adj}  :: brown (chestnut colored)
castaño {m}  :: chestnut (tree)
castañuela {f}  :: castanet
castellano {adj}  :: Castilian
castellano {adj}  :: Spanish (referring to the language)
castellano {f}  :: Castilian
castellano {f}  :: Castilian Spanish as opposed to other varieties of Spanish
castellano {f}  :: lord of a castle; castellan
castellano {f}  :: The Spanish language generally
castellanohablante {adj}  :: Spanish-speaking (in regions of Spain where other regional languages are prominently spoken)
castellanohablante {m}  :: Spanish speaker (in regions of Spain where other regional languages are prominently spoken)
casteller {m}  :: casteller
Castellón de la Plana {prop}  :: Castellón de la Plana (city)
castellonense {adj}  :: from Castellón de la Plana
castellonense {m}  :: Someone from Castellón de la Plana
castidad {f}  :: chastity
castigado {adj}  :: grounded (confined to one's room for some misdemeanor)
castigado {adj}  :: punished
castigador {f}  :: punisher
castigar {v}  :: to punish, to castigate
castigo {m}  :: punishment
Castilla {prop}  :: Castile
Castilla y León {prop}  :: Castile and León
castillete {m}  :: headframe
castillo {m}  :: castle
Castillo {prop}  :: Spanish surname
casting {m}  :: alternative form of cásting
castizo {adj} [linguistics]  :: pure
castizo {adj}  :: pure-bred
castizo {adj}  :: pure, original, fully-fledged
castizo {adj}  :: Used historically to describe a person of 3/4 European and 1/4 American Indian ancestry
casto {adj}  :: chaste
castor {m}  :: beaver
castración {f}  :: castration
castrado {m}  :: castrated male
castrar {v}  :: to castrate
castrense {adj}  :: military
castreño {adj}  :: of or from Castro Urdiales
castro {m}  :: fort, fortified settlement
Castro {prop}  :: Spanish surname
casual {adj}  :: accidental
casual {adj}  :: casual
casualidad {f}  :: chance, coincidence
casualmente {adv}  :: by chance, accidentally
casuario {m}  :: cassowary
casucha {f} [pejorative]  :: hovel
casuista {adj}  :: casuistic, casuistical
casuista {m}  :: casuist (person)
casulla {f}  :: chasuble
casuístico {adj}  :: casuistic, casuistical
cata {f}  :: bite, sample
cata {f} [Bolivia, Chile]  :: budgerigar
cata {f}  :: tasting
catabolismo {m}  :: catabolism
catabático {adj}  :: katabatic
cataclismo {m}  :: cataclysm
catacumba {f}  :: catacomb
catafalco {m}  :: catafalque, catafalco
catalanohablante {adj}  :: Catalan-speaking
catalanohablante {m}  :: Catalan speaker
catalasa {f} [enzyme]  :: catalase
catalejo {m}  :: spyglass (pair of binoculars)
catalepsia {f}  :: catalepsy
Catalina {prop}  :: female given name, equivalent to Catherine
catalizador {m}  :: catalyst
catalizar {v}  :: to catalyze
catalán {adj}  :: Catalan, Catalonian
catalán {f}  :: Catalan (person)
catalán {prop}  :: Catalan; the language of Catalonia
catalogación {f}  :: cataloguing
catalogar {v}  :: to catalogue
catalítico {adj}  :: catalytic
Cataluña {prop}  :: Catalonia
catamarqueño {adj}  :: of or from Catamarca
catamarqueño {f}  :: Someone from Catamarca
catanyol {m}  :: Catalan merged with Spanish
catañol {m}  :: A language blend of Catalan and Spanish
cataplasma {f}  :: poultice
catapulta {f}  :: catapult
catapultar {v}  :: to catapult
catarí {adj}  :: Qatari
catarí {m}  :: Qatari
catar {v}  :: to examine, to look at
catar {v}  :: to taste
Catar {prop}  :: Qatar
catarata {f}  :: cataract, waterfall
catarata {f} [pathology]  :: cataract (opacity of the lens in the eye)
catarro {m}  :: mucus
catarro {m} [pathology]  :: catarrh
catarsis {f}  :: catharsis
catastrófico {adj}  :: catastrophic
catatónico {adj}  :: catatonic
catatonia {f}  :: catatonia
catavino {m}  :: glass for tasting wine
catecúmena {f}  :: feminine form of catecúmeno
catecúmeno {f}  :: catechumen
catecumenado {m}  :: catechumenate
catedral {f}  :: cathedral
catedrática {f}  :: professor (higher education)
catedrático {f}  :: professor (higher education)
categoría {f}  :: category
categoría {f}  :: standing, regard
categóricamente {adv}  :: categorically
categórico {adj}  :: categorical
catenaria {f} [mathematics]  :: A catenary
catenaria {f} [railway transit]  :: A catenary or system of overhead lines
catepsina {f} [protein]  :: cathepsin
catequesis {f}  :: catechesis
catequista {m}  :: catechist
catequizar {v}  :: to catechize
catering {m}  :: catering
cateto {f} [pejorative]  :: peasant, country bumpkin
cateto {m} [geometry]  :: cathetus (leg of a triangle)
caóticamente {adv}  :: chaotically
caótico {adj}  :: chaotic
catión {m}  :: cation
catiusca {f}  :: welly, wellington boot
católicamente {adv}  :: In a Catholic way; conforming to Catholic doctrine
católico {adj}  :: Catholic
católico {adj} [literary]  :: catholic; all-embracing
católico {adj} [literary]  :: universal, common
católico {f}  :: Catholic
catálisis {f} [chemistry]  :: catalysis
catálogo {m}  :: catalog
Catoira {prop}  :: a small village of the Pontevedra province of Spain
catolicismo {m}  :: Catholicism
catolizar {v}  :: to Catholicize
catorce {cardinal num} [cardinal]  :: fourteen
catracho {adj} [colloquial]  :: Honduran
catracho {f} [colloquial]  :: Honduran person
catre {m}  :: cot (bed frame)
Catrina {prop}  :: female given name, a variant of Catalina
catrín {adj} [Mexico, Central America, of a person]  :: Elegantly-dressed, stylish, posh
catrín {adj} [Mexico, Central America, of a person]  :: Wealthy, rich
catástrofe {f}  :: disaster
catéter {m}  :: catheter
cauberi {m}  :: lingonberry
cauce {m}  :: course (of river)
cauce {m}  :: current
cauce {m}  :: riverbed
caucho {m}  :: rubber
caución {f}  :: caution
caución {f} [legal]  :: bail, security deposit
caudal {adj}  :: caudal
caudal {m}  :: flow
caudal {m}  :: funds
caudal {m}  :: volume
caudaloso {adj}  :: large, fast-flowing (river)
caudillaje {m}  :: The authority or power held by a caudillo
caudillazgo {m}  :: caudilloship
caudillismo {m}  :: caudillismo
caudillo {m}  :: caudillo
causa {f}  :: cause
causa {f}  :: lawsuit
causación {f}  :: causation
causa-efecto {adj}  :: cause and effect
causal {adj}  :: causal
causalidad {f}  :: causality
causante {adj}  :: that causes
causante {m}  :: cause
causar {v}  :: to cause
cautela {f}  :: caution, care
cautela {f}  :: precaution
cautelar {adj}  :: precautionary, preventative
cautelar {vr} [Latin America]  :: To be on guard
cautelar {v}  :: to guard against, to prevent against
cauteloso {adj}  :: cautious
cauterio {m}  :: cauterization
cauterio {m}  :: cautery
cauterio {m} [figuratively]  :: something that effectively rightens or tackles an evil or wrong
cauterización {f}  :: cauterization
cauterizada {v} [feminine past participle of, cauterizar]  ::
cauterizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cauterizar]  ::
cauterizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cauterizar]  ::
cauterizar {v}  :: to brand
cauterizar {v}  :: to cauterize
cautiva {f}  :: (female) captive
cautivar {v}  :: to capture, to win over
cautivar {v}  :: to take prisoner
cautiverio {m}  :: captivity
cautivo {adj}  :: captive
cautivo {f}  :: captive
cauto {adj}  :: cautious
cava {f}  :: dig
cava {f}  :: sparkling wine
cavar {vi}  :: to penetrate into
cavar {vt}  :: to excavate, dig
caveola {f}  :: caveola
caveolina {f} [protein]  :: caveolin
caverna {f}  :: cavern
cavernícola {adj}  :: cavemanlike, caveman (attributive)
cavernícola {m}  :: caveman, cavewoman
cavernícola {m} [informal, figuratively, pejorative]  :: caveman; an old-fashioned person
caviar {m}  :: caviar
cavidad {f}  :: cavity
cavilar {vt}  :: to think (something) through; to reflect
cavo {adj}  :: concave
cavo {m}  :: burrow, den
cayac {m}  :: alternative spelling of kayak
Cayetano {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Cajetan
cayo {m} [geography]  :: key (island)
caza {f}  :: hunting
cazabe {m}  :: Flat bread made from roots of manioc plant
cazada {v} [feminine past participle of, cazar]  ::
cazadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cazar]  ::
cazador {adj}  :: hunting
cazador {f}  :: hunter
cazadora {f}  :: feminine form of cazador
cazadora {f}  :: flight jacket, bomber jacket
cazadora {f}  :: non-poisonous South American snake Chironius monticola
cazador furtivo {m} [game]  :: poacher
cazados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cazar]  ::
cazafantasmas {m}  :: ghosthunter
cazamariposas {m}  :: butterfly net
cazar {v} [football]  :: to catch (a ball, said especially of the goalkeeper)
cazar {v}  :: to hunt
cazarecolección {f}  :: hunting-and-gathering
cazarrecompensas {m}  :: bounty hunter
cazatalentos {m}  :: talent scout, headhunter (one who recruits personnel or talent)
cazón {m}  :: dogfish, tope
cazo {m}  :: a kind of large saucepan or saucepot, wider at top than at bottom
cazo {m} [colloquial]  :: clumsy person
cazo {m} [colloquial]  :: pimp
cazo {m}  :: ladle
cazuela {f} [Chile]  :: stew, (soup with meat and vegetables)
cazuela {f}  :: stewpot, casserole
cúbico {adj}  :: cubic
cúbranme {v} [es-compound of, cubr, ir, cubran, me, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
cúbranse {v} [es-compound of, cubr, ir, cubran, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
cúbreme {v} [es-compound of, cubr, ir, cubre, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cúbrete {v} [es-compound of, cubr, ir, cubre, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cábula {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: joking, mischievous person; bully (doing pranks)
cóccix {m} [anatomy]  :: coccyx; tailbone
CCD {initialism}  :: initialism of comisión cristiana de desarrollo
Cáceres {prop}  :: Cáceres
Cáceres {prop}  :: Spanish surname
Cáceres {prop}  :: The letter c in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
cíclicamente {adv}  :: cyclically
cíclico {adj}  :: cyclic
cíclope {m}  :: cyclops
cócona {f}  :: feminine form of cócono
cócono {f} [Mexico]  :: poult or chick of a turkey
cócono {f} [Mexico]  :: turkey
cóctel {m}  :: cocktail
cóctel de mariscos {m}  :: seafood cocktail
CD {m}  :: CD, compact disc
Cdad. {f}  :: abbreviation of ciudad (city)
códice {m}  :: codex
código {m}  :: code
código de barras {m}  :: barcode
código fuente {m} [computing]  :: source code
código genético {m}  :: genetic code
código postal {m}  :: zip code
Cádiz {prop}  :: Cadiz
cédula {f} [finance]  :: warrant, option
cédula {f}  :: license
ce {f}  :: Name of the letter c
cebú {m}  :: zebu
Cebú {prop}  :: Cebu
cebada {f}  :: barley
cebador {m} [Argentina]  :: starter
cebador {m} [genetics]  :: primer
cebados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cebar]  ::
cebar {v}  :: to bait
cebar {v}  :: to fatten
cebiche {m} [Latin America, cooking]  :: Raw seafood cured by marination in an acidic medium such as citrus, vinegar, or other souring agent, found primarily in Latin America
cebichería {f}  :: ceviche and seafood restaurant
cebo {m}  :: bait
cebolla {f}  :: onion
cebolleta {f}  :: chive
cebolleta {f}  :: spring onion
cebollino {m}  :: chive
cebollino {m}  :: spring onion
cebollita {f}  :: pickled onion
cebra {f}  :: zebra (african animal)
cebuana {f}  :: feminine form of cebuano
cebuano {adj}  :: Cebuano
cebuano {f}  :: Cebuano (person)
cebuano {m}  :: Cebuano (language)
ceca {f} [historical]  :: mint (where coins or money are made)
ceceante {adj}  :: lisping
cecear {v}  :: to lisp
ceceo {m}  :: lisp, lisping
Cecilia {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to English Cecilia
cecina {f}  :: cold meat
cecina {f}  :: sausage
cedazo {m}  :: sieve
ceder {v}  :: to cede, to hand over, to convey
ceder {v}  :: to decrease, to lessen, to diminish
ceder {v}  :: to relinquish, to abandon, to leave
ceder {v}  :: to transfer, to yield
cedrón {f}  :: lemon verbena (shrub, Aloysia triphylla)
cedro {m}  :: cedar (tree, wood)
cedula {f}  :: document, documentation, certificate
cefalea {f}  :: headache
cefalópodo {adj}  :: cephalopod
cefalópodo {m}  :: cephalopod
cefálico {adj}  :: cephalic
cegada {v} [feminine past participle of, cegar]  ::
cegadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cegar]  ::
cegados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cegar]  ::
cegar {v}  :: to blind, to go blind
ceguedad {f}  :: blindness
ceguera {f}  :: blindness
ceiba {f}  :: The silk-cotton tree
ceñido {adj} [entomology]  :: Having a petiole
ceñido {adj}  :: moderate
ceñido {adj}  :: tight, constricted
ceñidor {m}  :: belt
ceñidor {m}  :: girdle, sash
ceñidor {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: bar
ceilandés {adj}  :: Sri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese")
ceilandés {f}  :: Sri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese")
ceilanés {adj}  :: Sri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese")
ceilanés {f}  :: Sri Lankan (literally "Ceylonese")
Ceilán {prop}  :: Ceylon (old name for Sri Lanka)
ceñir {vt}  :: to adjust (clothing)
ceñir {vt}  :: to encircle, gird
ceñir {vt}  :: to hug, to be tight (said of clothing)
ceñir {vt}  :: to restrict
ceñir {vt}  :: to surround, be around
ceja {f}  :: clearing (in the woods, in clouds, etc.)
ceja {f}  :: eyebrow
ceja {f} [music]  :: capotasto
ceja {f} [music]  :: fret
ceja {f}  :: rim, edge
cejada {v} [feminine past participle of, cejar]  ::
cejadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cejar]  ::
cejados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cejar]  ::
cejar {v}  :: to give in; to forfeit
cejilla {f} [music]  :: capotasto
cejudo {adj}  :: Having thick, bushy or otherwise abundant eyebrows
celacanto {m}  :: coelacanth
celada {f} [historical]  :: sallet, salade
celador {adj}  :: watching
celador {f}  :: watchman
celados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, celar]  ::
celaje {m}  :: harbinger, herald
celaje {m} [nautical]  :: group of clouds
celaje {m} [painting]  :: cloud effect
celaje {m}  :: skylight
celar {v}  :: to be jealous
celar {v}  :: to conceal
celar {v}  :: to watch over
celda {f}  :: cell
celda unidad {f}  :: unit cell
celdilla {f}  :: cell; cavity in a structure such as a honeycomb
celebración {f}  :: celebration
celebrado {adj}  :: celebrated
celebrar {v}  :: to celebrate
celebrar {v}  :: to welcome, to accept
celebridad {f}  :: celebrity
celebérrimo {adj}  :: superlative form of célebre; extremely celebrated or famous
celeridad {f}  :: rapidity, velocity
celeste {adj}  :: heavenly
celeste {adj}  :: pale blue, sky blue
celeste {m}  :: pale blue, sky blue
celestial {adj}  :: celestial
Celia {prop}  :: female given name, equivalent to English Celia though sometimes pronounced with a spanish accent
celiaquía {f}  :: coeliac disease
cellisqueada {v} [feminine past participle of, cellisquear]  ::
cellisqueadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cellisquear]  ::
cellisqueados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cellisquear]  ::
cellisquear {v}  :: to sleet
celo {m}  :: heat (A condition where a mammal is aroused sexually or where it is especially fertile and therefore eager to mate)
celo {m}  :: zeal
celobiosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: cellobiose
celoma {m} [anatomy]  :: coelom
celomado {adj} [anatomy]  :: coelomate
celomado {m} [anatomy]  :: coelomate
celomático {adj}  :: celomatic
celosía {f}  :: jalousie
celosamente {adv}  :: zealously
celoso {adj}  :: jealous
celoso {adj}  :: zealous
celta {f}  :: A Celt
celtista {m} [football]  :: A fan, player, or other person associated with RC Celta, a football team from the Spanish town of Vigo
celular {adj}  :: cellular
celular {m} [Latin American Spanish]  :: cell phone [US], mobile phone [UK, Australia]
celulasa {f} [enzyme]  :: cellulase
celulitis {f}  :: cellulitis
celuloide {m}  :: celluloid
celulosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: cellulose
cementada {v} [feminine past participle of, cementar]  ::
cementadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cementar]  ::
cementados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cementar]  ::
cementar {v}  :: to cement
cementerio {m}  :: cemetery
cementerio {m}  :: junkyard, scrapyard
cemento {m}  :: cement (a powdered substance)
cempasúchil {m}  :: Mexican marigold
cena {f}  :: supper, dinner
cenada {v} [feminine past participle of, cenar]  ::
cenadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cenar]  ::
cenados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cenar]  ::
cenagoso {adj}  :: marshy
cenar {v}  :: to dine; to have supper; to have a lavish meal
cencerro {m}  :: cowbell
cenáculo {m}  :: cenacle
cenicero {m}  :: ashtray
Cenicienta {prop}  :: Cinderella
ceniciento {adj}  :: ashen; having the color or appearance of ash
ceniciento {adj} [pejorative]  :: gay, effeminate
cenit {m}  :: zenith
ceniza {f}  :: ash
cenizo {adj}  :: ashen
cenizo {m}  :: ash
cenizo {m}  :: nettle-leaved goosefoot, Chenopodiastrum murale
cenotafio {m}  :: cenotaph
cenote {m}  :: cenote
censal {adj}  :: censual
censar {v}  :: to take a census
censo {m}  :: census
censor {adj}  :: censoring
censor {m}  :: censor
censura {f}  :: censorship
censura {f}  :: censure
censurar {v}  :: to censure
centavo {m}  :: cent (subunit of currency in US and other countries)
centellada {v} [feminine past participle of, centellar]  ::
centelladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, centellar]  ::
centellados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, centellar]  ::
centellar {v}  :: obsolete form of centellear to twinkle
centellear {v}  :: to shimmer, twinkle
centenar {m}  :: hundred
centenario {adj}  :: centenary, centennial
centenario {adj}  :: hundred-year-old
centenario {m}  :: centenary, centennial
centeno {m}  :: rye
centigramo {m}  :: centigram
centinela {m}  :: sentinel, sentry, guard
centiárea {f}  :: one-hundredth of an are; 1 square meter
centímetro {m}  :: centimetre
centolla {f}  :: An alternative form of centollo
centolla {f}  :: One of several species of king crab
centollo {m}  :: European spider crab
central {adj}  :: central
central {f}  :: center
central {f}  :: headquarter
central eléctrica {f}  :: power plant
centralismo {m}  :: centralism
centralización {f}  :: centralization
centralizado {adj}  :: centralized
centralizar {v}  :: to centralize
centrar {v}  :: to center
centrífuga {f}  :: centrifuge (machine)
centrífugo {adj}  :: centrifugal
centrifugación {f}  :: centrifugation
centrifugador {m}  :: centrifuge
centrifugador {m}  :: salad spinner
centrifugadora {f}  :: centrifuge
centrifugar {v}  :: to centrifuge, spin
centrómero {m}  :: centromere
centro {m}  :: center
centro {m}  :: city center, downtown
centro {m}  :: core, heart
centro {m}  :: middle
centroafricano {adj}  :: Central African
centroafricano {f}  :: Central African
Centroamérica {prop}  :: Central America
centro comercial {m}  :: mall, shopping centre
centríolo {m} [cytology]  :: centriole
centrosoma {m} [cytology]  :: centrosome
centrípeto {adj}  :: centripetal
centésimo {adj}  :: hundredth
centésimo {f}  :: hundredth
centésimo {m}  :: cent (one hundredth of a currency unit) for the Panamanian balboa and Uruguayan peso
centuria {f}  :: century (Roman army unit)
centuria {f} [poetic]  :: century (period)
centurión {m}  :: centurion
cenzonte {m} [Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]  :: alternative form of cenzontle
cenzontle {m}  :: mockingbird
ceño {m}  :: frown, scowl
cepa {f}  :: ancestry, stock, origin (of family lineage)
cepa {f}  :: grapevine stock, grapevine
cepa {f}  :: nucleus (of cloud formation)
cepa {f}  :: pier (of an arch or bridge)
cepa {f}  :: root (of an animal’s tail or horns, etc.)
cepa {f}  :: rootstalk (underground stem base)
cepa {f}  :: strain (of virus)
cepa {f}  :: stump (of a tree), stub
cepa {f}  :: variety (of wine)
cepillada {v} [feminine past participle of, cepillar]  ::
cepilladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cepillar]  ::
cepillados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cepillar]  ::
cepillar {v} [colloquial]  :: to despoil, plunder
cepillar {v} [colloquial]  :: to please, to praise
cepillar {v}  :: to brush
cepillar {v}  :: to plane
cepillar {v} [vulgar]  :: to fuck
cepillarse {v}  :: to brush (oneself)
cepillo {m}  :: brush
cepillo {m}  :: plane (for carpentry)
cepillo de dientes {m}  :: toothbrush (brush for cleaning the teeth and tongue)
cepo {m}  :: animal trap
cepo {m}  :: clamp
ceporro {m}  :: nincompoop, buffoon, dimwit
cera {f}  :: wax
ceramida {f} [organic compound]  :: ceramide
ceramista {m}  :: potter
cerbatana {f}  :: blowgun; blowpipe
cerbatana {f}  :: peashooter
Cerbero {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Cerberus
cerca {adv}  :: close; near; around
cerca {f}  :: fence, wall
cercanía {f}  :: proximity, vicinity, closeness, nearness
cercano {adj}  :: near, nearby, close
cercar {v}  :: to corral, fence
cercenada {v} [feminine past participle of, cercenar]  ::
cercenadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cercenar]  ::
cercenados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cercenar]  ::
cercenar {v}  :: to curtail, cut, sever
cerciorar {vr}  :: to make sure
cerciorar {vt} [uncommon]  :: to assure
cerco {m}  :: ring (made by dirt)
cerda {f}  :: bristle
cerda {f}  :: sow, female pig
Cerdeña {prop}  :: Sardinia
cerdita {f}  :: diminutive form of cerda, a little pig
cerdito {f}  :: diminutive form of cerdo, little pig
cerdo {adj}  :: dirty
cerdo {f}  :: pig
cerdo {f}  :: pork
cerdo hormiguero {m}  :: aardvark
cereal {m}  :: cereal
cerebelo {m}  :: cerebellum (part of the hindbrain in vertebrates)
cerebral {adj}  :: cerebral
cerebro {m} [anatomy]  :: brain
cerebro {m}  :: nerd
cerebrósido {m}  :: cerebroside
cerefolio {m}  :: chervil
ceremonia {f}  :: ceremony
ceremonioso {adj}  :: ceremonious
cereza {f}  :: cherry
cerezo {m}  :: cherry tree
cerilla {f}  :: match (stick)
cerillo {m}  :: match (stick)
cerio {m}  :: cerium
cerúleo {adj}  :: Having the color cerulean
cerúleo {m}  :: The color cerulean
cerámica {f}  :: Basic pottery, roof tiles, etc
cerámico {adj}  :: ceramic
cernícalo {m} [colloquial]  :: lout
cernícalo {m}  :: kestrel (Falco tinnunculus)
cernícalo común {m}  :: The common kestrel
cerner {v}  :: to blossom
cerner {v}  :: to sift
cernida {v} [feminine past participle of, cerner]  ::
cernidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cerner]  ::
cernidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cerner]  ::
cernir {v}  :: to sift
cero {cardinal num} [cardinal]  :: zero
cero {m}  :: zero
cero absoluto {m}  :: absolute zero
cero a la izquierda {m} [idiomatic]  :: A person of little or no consequence; a nobody; a nonentity
cerote {m} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, vulgar]  :: a turd, excrement
cerote {m} [El Salvador, Nicaragua, vulgar]  :: asshole, a reprehensible person
cerrado {adj}  :: shut, closed
cerradura {f}  :: lock
cerrajería {f}  :: A locksmith’s shop / store
cerrajero {m}  :: locksmith
cerrar {v}  :: to close
cerrar {v}  :: to enclose
cerrar {v}  :: to shut
cerrarla {v} [es-compound of, cerr, ar, cerrar, la, mood=inf]  ::
cerrar la marcha {v} [idiomatic]  :: to bring up the rear (be last in a line)
cerrarle {v} [es-compound of, cerr, ar, cerrar, le, mood=inf]  ::
cerrarse {v} [es-compound of, cerr, ar, cerrar, se, mood=inf]  ::
cerro {m}  :: hill
cerrojazo {m}  :: abrupt bolting of a door
cerrojo {m} [in a lock or weapon]  :: bolt
cerrojo {m} [in sports]  :: very aggressive or defensive tactics
certamen {m}  :: competition
certero {adj}  :: accurate, spot on
certero {adj}  :: proper
certero {adj}  :: well-informed
certeza {f}  :: certainty
certidumbre {f}  :: certainty
certificación {f}  :: certification
certificado {adj}  :: certified
certificado {m}  :: document of certification
certificar {v}  :: to certify
cerumen {m}  :: earwax
Cervantes {prop}  :: Spanish surname
cervatillo {m}  :: fawn (young deer)
cerve {f} [colloquial]  :: beer
cervecería {f}  :: A pub or bar where beer is sold
cervecería {f}  :: brewery (place where beer is brewed)
cervecero {f}  :: beer brewer
cervecita {f}  :: diminutive form of cerveza
cerveza {f}  :: beer
cervezería {f}  :: archaic spelling of cervecería
cervical {adj}  :: cervical
cesada {v} [feminine past participle of, cesar]  ::
cesadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cesar]  ::
cesados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cesar]  ::
cesantía {f} [Chile]  :: unemployment
cesante {adj}  :: dismissed, laid off, sacked (pertaining to a job or working)
cesante {adj}  :: unemployed
cesante {m}  :: dismissed worker (worker who was laid off)
cesar {v}  :: to cease
cesaraugustano {adj}  :: Saragossan
cesaraugustano {f}  :: Saragossan
cese {m}  :: cease
cesible {adj}  :: that which may be ceded
cesión {f} [sports]  :: short pass of a ball
cesión {f}  :: transfer
cesina {f}  :: A type of salted, aged beef in Latin-American cuisine
cesio {m}  :: caesium
cespitar {v} [obsolete]  :: to hesitate
cesárea {f}  :: Caesarean section
cesta {f}  :: basket
cesto {m}  :: basket
-ceta {suffix}  :: feminine form of -cete, which in turn is a form of -ete
cetano {m} [organic compound]  :: cetane
cetáceo {adj}  :: cetaceous
cetáceo {m}  :: cetacean
-cete {suffix}  :: Form of -ete
cetónico {adj}  :: ketone (attributive)
cetoácido {m} [organic compound]  :: keto acid
cetoglutarato {m}  :: ketoglutarate
cetogénesis {f} [physiology, biochemistry]  :: ketogenesis
cetona {f} [chemistry]  :: ketone
cetosa {f}  :: ketose
cetrería {f}  :: falconry
cetrero {m}  :: falconer, hawker
cetrino {adj}  :: yellow-green; sallow
cetro {m}  :: scepter
ceñudo {adj}  :: frowny
ceutí {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Ceuta
ceutí {m}  :: Someone from Ceuta
Ceuta {prop}  :: Ceuta
ceviche {m}  :: alternative spelling of cebiche
cevichería {f}  :: alternative spelling of cebichería
CF {abbr}  :: FC (Football Club)
céfiro {m}  :: zephyr
cógela {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coge, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cógelo {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coge, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cógeme {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coge, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
ch {letter}  :: che, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet, after c and before d
Ch {letter}  :: che, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet, after C and before D
CH {abbr}  :: Chihuahua (Mexican state)
CH {letter}  :: che, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet
chía {f}  :: chia
chabacano {m} [Mexico]  :: apricot
chabacano {m} [spectacle, and in general]  :: vulgar, coarse
chabola {f}  :: shanty; an old run-down house or shack
chabolismo {m}  :: slumdom
chabolista {adj} [attributive]  :: slum
chabolista {m}  :: slum-dweller
chacal {m}  :: jackal
chacal común {m}  :: black-backed jackal, Canis mesomelas
chacal dorado {m}  :: golden jackal, Canis aureus
chacal rayado {m}  :: side-striped jackal, Canis adustus
chacha {f} [pejorative]  :: maid; cleaning lady (female servant or cleaner)
chachalaca {f}  :: chachalaca
chachalaca {f} [colloquial, Guatemala]  :: chatter
chachalaca {f} [colloquial, Mexico, Central America]  :: babbler, yapper
chacharear {vi} [colloquial]  :: to babble (talk much)
chacharear {vi} [colloquial]  :: to piffle (speak in a futile, ineffective, or nonsensical manner)
chacharear {vt} [colloquial]  :: to buy trinket
chachi {adj} [colloquial]  :: fab, awesome
chacmol {m} [archaeology]  :: A stylized, pre-Columbian Mesoamerican stone sculpture depicting a reclining male figure with the head raised and turned to one side, holding a small tray over the stomach
chac mool {m}  :: alternative form of chacmol
Chac Mool {m}  :: alternative form of chacmol
chaco {m} [Paraguay]  :: farm
chacolí {m}  :: A white wine from the Basque Country
chacra {f} [Latin America]  :: field to be used for cultivation
chacra {f} [Latin America]  :: small farm
Chad {prop}  :: Chad
chadiano {adj}  :: Chadian
chadiano {f}  :: Chadian
chafa {adj} [Mexico]  :: cheap, low quality; lame
chafar {vt}  :: to crush, squash
chafar {vt}  :: to ruin
chafarote {f} [Argentina, pejorative]  :: soldier
chajá {m}  :: A crested screamer
chalé {m}  :: cottage, chalet
chal {m}  :: shawl
chala {f} [Chile]  :: sandal
chalada {v} [feminine past participle of, chalar]  ::
chaladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chalar]  ::
chalado {adj}  :: fool
chalado {f}  :: nut (insane person)
chalados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chalar]  ::
chalana {f} [nautical]  :: wherry
chalar {vr}  :: to go crazy
chalar {vt}  :: to drive crazy
chalaza {f} [zoology, botany]  :: chalaza
chale {interj} [US, slang]  :: "No" intensified. Similar to "hell no" or "yeah right"
chaleco {m}  :: sweater, jumper
chaleco {m}  :: vest, waistcoat
chaleco antibalas {m}  :: bulletproof vest
chaleco salvavidas {m}  :: life jacket; life vest
chalet {m}  :: cottage, chalet
chalina {f}  :: a scarf (clothing)
chalán {m}  :: a traditional cowboy (vaquero) from Northern Peru
chalán {m}  :: by extension, a gallant
chalán {m}  :: the distinctive costume worn by a chalan, including a linen poncho, a straw sombrero, etc
chalupa {f} [Mexico]  :: a bowl-shaped fried tortilla stuffed with chopped meat, lettuce, cheese, etc
chalupa {f} [Mexico, slang]  :: fat girl
chalupa {f} [Mexico]  :: two-man canoe
chalupa {f} [nautical]  :: shallop, sloop, launch (a kind of longboat)
chamaca {f}  :: feminine form of chamaco
chamaco {f} [informal, Cuba, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico]  :: A boy or teenager; a male youth
chamanismo {m}  :: shamanism
chamarra {f}  :: jacket, coat
chamba {f} [familiar, Mexico, Central America, Peru]  :: job, employment; task
chamba {f} [Spain]  :: deep scar (by comparison with a ditch)
chamba {f} [Spain]  :: ditch, trench
chamba {f} [Spain]  :: fluke
chambao {m}  :: (Andalusian) An improvised beach tent
chambeada {v} [feminine past participle of, chambear]  ::
chambeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chambear]  ::
chambeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chambear]  ::
chambear {v}  :: to work
chambelán {m}  :: chamberlain
chambergo {m}  :: (broad-rimmed) hat, slouch hat
chambón {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: poorly done, badly done, of bad quality
chambonada {f} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: a bad work, something very poorly done
chamán {m} [religion]  :: shaman
chamánico {adj}  :: shamanic
chamo {f} [Venezuela, colloquial]  :: kid, child
champú {m}  :: shampoo
champaña {m}  :: champagne
champigñón {m}  :: alternative form of champiñón
champiñón {m}  :: (Agaricus bisporus) button mushroom
champiñón {m}  :: mushroom
Champions {prop}  :: UEFA Champions League (football competition)
champán {m}  :: champagne
champurrado {m} [Cuba]  :: A water-based drink, containing several spices, mixed with rum or brandy
champurrado {m} [Mexico]  :: A traditional chocolate-based atole, containing panela, vanilla, anise and cinnamon
chamullar {v} [Chile, Argentina, Peru, colloquial]  :: to lie, to seduce or convince someone making use of lies
chamullar {v} [Spain, colloquial]  :: to talk, chat
chamuscar {v}  :: to scorch, to singe
chamuyar {v} [Argentina, Uruguay, colloquial]  :: to chat up, sweet-talk
chamuyero {m} [Argentina, colloquial]  :: charmer,
chan {m}  :: Some plants of the sage family whose seed is eaten
chana {f} [Chile, slang]  :: Term applied to a lower‐class woman not desired for a longer relationship
chancaca {f}  :: panela (solid piece of unrefined sugar)
chance {m}  :: chance
chancha {f} [Latin America]  :: female pig, sow
chanchi {adj} [colloquial]  :: fab, awesome
chanchito {m} [Latin America]  :: piglet
chancho {adj} [Latin America, figuratively]  :: dirty
chancho {f} [Latin America]  :: pig
chanchullo {m} [colloquial]  :: sleaze, scum
chanciller {m}  :: Variant form of canciller
chancla {f}  :: flip-flop
chancla {f}  :: old shoe
chancla {f}  :: slipper
chancleta {f} [Colombia]  :: accelerator (accelerator pedal)
chancleta {f} [Latin America, colloquial]  :: girl
chancleta {f}  :: slipper (house shoe)
chancleta {m} [colloquial]  :: inept person
chanclo {m}  :: clog
chanclo {m} [Mexico]  :: galosh
chanclos {mp}  :: galoshes
chancro {m}  :: chancre
changarro {m} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: shop
chango {m} [Mexico]  :: monkey
chanquete {m}  :: transparent goby (Aphia minuta)
chanta {m} [colloquial, Argentina, Chile]  :: liar
chantage {m}  :: alternative form of chantaje
chantaje {m}  :: blackmail
chantaje {m}  :: extortion, blackmailing
chantajeada {v} [feminine past participle of, chantajear]  ::
chantajeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chantajear]  ::
chantajeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chantajear]  ::
chantajear {v}  :: to blackmail
chantajista {m}  :: blackmailer
chantar {v} [Chile, slang]  :: to stop
chantar {v} [Chile, vulgar, ]  :: to fuck
chantarela {f}  :: chanterelle
chante {m} [San Antonio]  :: house
chanza {f}  :: joke
chao {interj} [Latin America]  :: bye, goodbye
chapa {f}  :: badge
chapa {f} [Bolivia, Peru]  :: nickname
chapa {f}  :: license plate
chapa {f}  :: lock
chapa {f} [Nicaragua]  :: earring
chapa {f}  :: plating
chapa {f}  :: veneer
chapaleada {v} [feminine past participle of, chapalear]  ::
chapaleadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chapalear]  ::
chapaleados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chapalear]  ::
chapalear {v}  :: to clatter
chapalear {v}  :: to splash
chapalear {v}  :: to wade (in shallow water)
chapapote {m}  :: alternative form of chapopote
chapar {vt}  :: to plate (as with metal)
chapar {vt}  :: to veneer
chaparra {f}  :: chaparral (scrubland)
chaparra {f}  :: kermes oak (Quercus coccifera)
chaparra {f} [Latin America]  :: a female of short stature
chaparrón {m}  :: downpour
chaparro {f} [Mexico]  :: person of short stature
chape {m}  :: tress, braid
chapeau {interj}  :: Used to express appreciation
chapela {f}  :: Basque-style beret
chapero {m}  :: hustler, rent boy (male prostitute)
chapopote {m} [Mexico]  :: asphalt
chapopote {m} [Mexico]  :: tar
chapote {m} [Mexico]  :: Texas persimmon; Mexican persimmon Diospyros texana
chapotear {v}  :: dabble
chapotear {v}  :: splatter
chapucero {adj} [Mexico, familiar]  :: dishonest
chapucero {adj} [pejorative]  :: amateur
chapucero {adj}  :: shoddy
chapucero {f} [Mexico, familiar]  :: swindler
chapucero {f}  :: sloppy worker
chapulín {m} [Central America, Colombia, Mexico]  :: grasshopper, locust
chapulín {m} [Central America]  :: small child, tot
chapurrear {v}  :: to smatter (speak a language superficially)
chapuza {f} [colloquial]  :: odd job
chapuzón {m}  :: dip; brief swim
chaqueño {adj}  :: of or from Chaco
chaqueño {f}  :: Someone from Chaco
chaqueta {f}  :: jacket, piece of clothing worn on the upper body outside a shirt or blouse, often waist length to thigh length
chaqueteada {v} [feminine past participle of, chaquetear]  ::
chaqueteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chaquetear]  ::
chaqueteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chaquetear]  ::
chaquetear {vi}  :: to be afraid, to draw back
chaquetear {vr} [slang]  :: to masturbate, to jerk off
chaquetear {v}  :: to change one’s opinion
chaquetear {v}  :: to change sides, to become a turncoat
chaquetear {v}  :: to renege
chaquetear {v}  :: to run away, to flee
chaquetilla {f} [bullfighting]  :: A short jacket with shoudler reinforcements, worn by bullfighters
chaquetilla {f}  :: diminutive form of cazo; small or short jacket
charada {f}  :: charade
charca {f}  :: (big) puddle
charcha {adj} [Chile, slang]  :: trashy (of very poor quality, worthless)
charcha {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: fat
charco {m}  :: pool
charco {m}  :: puddle
charcutería {f}  :: charcuterie
charla {f}  :: talk, chat
charlada {v} [feminine past participle of, charlar]  ::
charladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, charlar]  ::
charlados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, charlar]  ::
charlar {v}  :: to chat
charlataneada {v} [feminine past participle of, charlatanear]  ::
charlataneadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, charlatanear]  ::
charlataneados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, charlatanear]  ::
charlatanear {v}  :: to chatter
charlatán {adj}  :: said of someone who talks frivolously
charlatán {m}  :: charlatan, quack
charlotear {v} [colloquial]  :: to chatter
charlotear {v}  :: to chat, talk
charlotear {vt}  :: to blabber, tattle (reveal something one should not say)
charnega {f}  :: feminine form of charnego
charnego {f} [often derogatory, Catalonia]  :: A person who is half Catalan and half from another ethnolinguistic group
charnego {f} [often derogatory, Catalonia]  :: A Spanish person who lives in Catalonia but immigrated from another part of Spain and cannot speak Catalan
charnela {m} [geology]  :: hinge point
charnela {m}  :: hinge
charnela {m}  :: hinge teeth
charol {m}  :: patent leather
charqui {m}  :: jerky (air-dried meat)
charrán {m}  :: tern (bird of family Sternidae)
charro {adj}  :: coarse, vulgar
charro {adj}  :: from Salamanca
charro {adj}  :: rustic
charro {adj} [slang, US, Texas]  :: A short form of frijoles a la charra, that is, pinto or pink beans boiled with condiments but otherwise plain and simple
charro {f}  :: one who is rustic or coarse
charro {f}  :: someone from Salamanca
charter {n}  :: A shuttlebus
chascar {v}  :: to click, snap
chascarrillo {m}  :: short funny anecdote
chascón {adj} [Chile, Bolivia]  :: shaggy, dishevelled (with disorderly, uncombed hiar)
chasco {m}  :: disappointment
chasis {m}  :: chassis
chasqueada {v} [feminine past participle of, chasquear]  ::
chasqueadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chasquear]  ::
chasqueados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chasquear]  ::
chasquear {v}  :: to click, snap (one's fingers)
chasquear {v}  :: to click (with the tongue)
chasquear {v}  :: to crack a whip
chasqui {m}  :: One of the Inca's personal running messengers
chasquido {m}  :: A whipping, crackling, clicking or similar sound
chasquido {m}  :: The sound a dolphin makes
chat {m}  :: chat (exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network)
chatarra {f}  :: scrap (metal)
chatarra {f} [Spain]  :: junk
chatarra {f} [Spain]  :: small change
chatear {v} [Honduras]  :: to chat
chatear {v}  :: to chat on the Internet
chato {adj}  :: flat
chato {adj}  :: pug-nosed
chau {interj} [lb, es, Latin America]  :: bye, goodbye
chaucha {f} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: green bean
chaulafán {m} [Latin America]  :: fried rice
Chavacano de Zamboanga {prop}  :: Zamboanga Chavacano
chaval {f}  :: boy
chaval {f}  :: young man
chaveta {f}  :: forelock, cotter pin, split pin
chaveta {f}  :: peg
chavismo {m}  :: Chavismo
chavista {adj}  :: Chavista
chavista {m}  :: Chavista
chavito {f}  :: (little) Mexican boy
chavo {m} [gloss-stub]  :: Mexico boy
chayota {f} [Venezuela]  :: alternative form of chayote
chayote {m}  :: chayote
chayotera {f}  :: chayote (plant)
cháchara {f}  :: chatter; blabber
chícharo {m} [Mexico]  :: pea
che {f} [obsolete]  :: Name of the letter ch
che {interj} [Argentine, Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay]  :: hey
che {m} [colloquial, Chile]  :: Argentinian person
Che {prop}  :: A Spanish male surname
CHE {initialism}  :: Colegio Hondureño de Economistas
checa {f}  :: feminine form of checo
checa {prop}  :: The former Russian secret police (1917–1922)
checo {adj}  :: Czech (from, native to, or pertaining to, the Czech Republic)
checo {adj} [dated]  :: Czechoslovakian
checo {f}  :: a Czech
checo {prop}  :: the Czech language
checonato {m} [vesre]  :: car
Checoslovaquia {prop}  :: Czechoslovakia
chef {m}  :: A chef, head cook
chela {f} [Central America, slang]  :: feminine form of chelo; blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed
chela {f} [Mexico, slang]  :: beer
chele {adj} [El Salvador, colloquial]  :: fair-skinned
chele {m} [Dominican Republic]  :: cent [currency]
chele {m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras]  :: sleep [in the corner of the eye]
chele {mf} [Honduras, Nicaragua, vesre]  :: blond-haired
chele {mf} [vesre]  :: milk
chele {mf} [vulgar, slang, Uruguay, Argentina, vesre]  :: semen
chelito {m} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: liquid paper
chelito {m} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: sleep (in the corner of the eye)
chelo {adj} [Central America, slang]  :: blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed
chelo {m} [Central America, slang]  :: A blonde, fair-skinned, blue-eyed man
Chema {prop}  :: male given name
chepa {f} [colloquial]  :: hump (of a camel)
Chepe {prop} [informal, Costa Rica]  :: Nickname for San José in Costa Rica
chepeño {adj} [informal, Costa Rica]  :: Belonging or relating to San José ("Chepe") in Costa Rica
chepeño {m} [informal, Costa Rica]  :: Nickname for resident of San José ("Chepe") in Costa Rica
cheque {m}  :: cheque
chequeada {v} [feminine past participle of, chequear]  ::
chequeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chequear]  ::
chequeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chequear]  ::
chequear {v}  :: to check
chequear {v}  :: to examine
chequeo {m}  :: check
chequeo {m}  :: checkpoint
chequeo {m}  :: examination
chequera {f}  :: checkbook
Chequia {prop}  :: Czech Republic, Czechia (country in Europe)
chero {f} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: close friend, pal
chesco {m} [slang, Mexico]  :: soda beverage
cheve {f} [slang, Mexico]  :: beer
chófer {m}  :: chauffeur
chií {adj}  :: Shi'ite
chií {m}  :: Shia
chií {m}  :: Shi'ite
chiapaneco {adj}  :: From or related to the Mexican state of Chiapas
Chiapas {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
chic {adj}  :: elegant
chic {m}  :: elegance
chica {f}  :: feminine form of chico, girl
chicana {f}  :: Chicano, Chicana
chicano {adj} [of a person]  :: having Mexican descent and living in the United States
chicano {f}  :: Chicano
chichí {m}  :: alternative form of chichi
chichí {m} [colloquial, often childish]  :: pee
chicha {f}  :: chicha
chicha {f} [Peru]  :: juice, soft drink
chicha {f} [vulgar]  :: boob (female breast)
chichar {v} [vulgar, Latin America]  :: to have sex with, to fuck
chicharrero {adj}  :: From Santa Cruz de Tenerife
chicharrero {f}  :: Someone from Santa Cruz de Tenerife
chicharrón {m}  :: fried pork rind, greaves
chicharrones {m}  :: chicharrones
chicheta {f}  :: A thumbtack (US), or drawing pin (UK)
chichi {m} [colloquial, Mexico, often in the plural]  :: boob (breast)
chichi {m} [Honduras, colloquial]  :: kid
chichi {m} [Panama]  :: baby
chichi {m} [vulgar]  :: pussy; cunt (vulva)
chichicuilote {m} [Mexico]  :: plover
chichicuilote {m} [Mexico]  :: Wilson's plover (Charadrius wilsonia)
chichifo {m} [Mexico, gay slang]  :: male prostitute, he-whore (he who has only or chiefly male clients)
chichigua {f} [Dominican Republic]  :: kite
chichimeco {adj}  :: of or pertaining to the Chichimeca peoples
chichón {adj}  :: joking
chichón {adj} [Latin America]  :: having large breasts
chichón {m}  :: bump on the head
chicle {m}  :: chewing gum
chicle {m}  :: chicle
chiclán {adj}  :: having only one visible testicle
chicloso {adj}  :: sticky, chewy
chicloso {m} [Costa Rica, Mexico]  :: taffy
chico {adj}  :: small
chico {f}  :: boy; kid
CHICO {prop}  :: Cámara Hondureña de la Industria de la Construcción
chicoria {f}  :: alternative form of achicoria
chido {adj} [Mexico, slang]  :: cool, acceptable, easy
chifa {m} [South America]  :: A Chinese restaurant
chifita {m}  :: diminutive form of chifa
chiflado {adj}  :: crazy
chifladura {f}  :: craziness, madness
chifladura {f}  :: crazy or foolish act
chiflar {vi}  :: To whistle
chiflar {vt}  :: To whistle at
chiflato {m}  :: whistle
chiflido {m}  :: whistle (sound made by whistling)
chihuahua {f}  :: Chihuahua (breed of dog)
Chihuahua {prop}  :: Chihuahua (state and city)
chihuahuense {adj}  :: Of or related to the Mexican state of Chihuahua
chihuahueño {m}  :: Chihuahua (breed of dog)
chiismo {m}  :: Shi'ism
chiita {adj}  :: Shi'ite
chiita {m}  :: Shia
chiita {m}  :: Shi'ite
chilaba {f}  :: jellaba
chilacayote {m}  :: any of several other species of wild gourd-like plants, such as Marah macrocarpus or Cucurbita foetidissima
chilacayote {m}  :: a species of squash, Cucurbita ficifolia
chilango {adj} [Mexico, slang]  :: from Mexico City. Often used derogatorily by those living outside the capital
chilango {f} [Mexico, slang]  :: person from Mexico City. Often used derogatorily by those living outside the capital
chilaquiles {mp} [Mexico]  :: chilaquiles
chilate {m} [El Salvador]  :: A traditional beverage, the contents thereof consist of ground toasted corn and allspice
chilchote {m} [Mexico]  :: A spicy, green variety of chili pepper used in cooking
chile {m}  :: chili, chilli, chile
chile {m} [vulgar, Mexico]  :: penis, cock
Chile {prop}  :: Chile
chile con carne {n}  :: chili con carne
chilenismo {m}  :: Chileanism
chileno {adj}  :: Chilean
chileno {f}  :: Chilean
chilguete {m} [vulgar, El Salvador]  :: cum, semen
chili con carne {m}  :: alternative form of chile con carne (chili con carne)
chilla {f}  :: The South American gray fox
chillada {v} [feminine past participle of, chillar]  ::
chilladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chillar]  ::
chillados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chillar]  ::
chillar {v}  :: to creak
chillar {v}  :: to shriek, to screech
chillar {v}  :: to sizzle, to hiss
chillido {m}  :: shriek, screech, squawk, hoot
chillo {m}  :: cry, troat, squeal, hoot
chilocuil {m}  :: alternative form of chinicuil
chilote {adj}  :: native to Chiloé island, in Southern Chile
Chilpancingo {prop}  :: Chilpancingo
chilpancingueño {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican city of Chilpancingo
chiltoma {f} [Nicaragua]  :: sweet pepper
Chimaltenango {prop}  :: A department of Guatemala
chimbolo {m} [El Salvador]  :: molly
chimbomba {f} [El Salvador]  :: Christmas tree ball-shaped ornament, Christmas bauble [UK]
chimbomba {f} [Nicaragua]  :: balloon
chimenea {f}  :: chimney
chimenea {f}  :: fireplace
chimenea {f}  :: smokestack
chimpancé {m}  :: chimpanzee
chin {m} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: small amount
china {f}  :: A Chinese woman
china {f}  :: Pebble, small stone usually rounded
china {f} [pejorative, South America]  :: female servant in a hacienda
china {f} [Puerto Rico]  :: orange (fruit)
China {prop}  :: China (country)
chinampa {f} [Mexico]  :: Each of the artificial islands employed in the chinampa method of agriculture. Such islands were often built on wooden rafts during the pre-Columbian era
chinampero {adj} [of a crop or plant, Mexico]  :: Cultivated in a chinampa
chinampero {f} [Mexico]  :: A person who cultivates using chinampas
Chinandega {prop}  :: Chinandega
chinchada {v} [feminine past participle of, chinchar]  ::
chinchadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chinchar]  ::
chinchados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chinchar]  ::
chinchar {v} [colloquial]  :: to pester, to bother
chinchar {v} [obsolete]  :: to kill
chinche {f}  :: bedbug
chinche {f}  :: thumbtack
chinchilla {f}  :: chinchilla
Chinchilla {prop}  :: A surname
chinchoso {adj}  :: annoying, bothersome
chinchoso {adj} [Latin America]  :: grouchy, irritable, picky
chingada {f} [Mexico, vulgar, slang]  :: hooker, whore
chingada {f} [Mexico, vulgar, slang]  :: toss, shit, flying fuck (used in the phrase "no importar una chingada")
chingadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chingar]  ::
chingadera {f} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: an immoral or illegal act, often with the idea of treason or deceit
chingadera {f} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: bullshit (nonsense, stupidity, false statements)
chingadera {f} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: shit, crap (a thing of little value or quality, or an unspecified object)
chingados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chingar]  ::
chingar {v} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: to be wrong; to screw up, to fuck up
chingar {v} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: to bother, to fuck with
chingar {v} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: to break
chingar {v} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: to steal, to swipe
chingar {v} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: to work hard
chingar {v}  :: to engage in sexual intercourse, to fuck
chingón {f} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: Someone or something that is cool, awesome and very good
chingón {f} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: Someone who is very smart, intelligent and can do things quickly
chingón {f} [Mexico, colloquial, vulgar]  :: Someone who likes to mess with people
chingo {m} [Mexico, vulgar]  :: a large amount of something; a whopper
chingue {m} [Chile]  :: skunk
chinicuil {m} [Mexico]  :: The edible larva of the moth Hypopta agavis, used in traditional Mexican cuisine
chinita {f}  :: feminine form of chinito
chinito {f}  :: diminutive form of chino
chino {adj}  :: Chinese
chino {adj}  :: curly
chino {adj} [Nicaragua]  :: Any Oriental person in general: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Mongolian, etc
chino {f}  :: A curly haired man
chino {f}  :: Chinese person
chino {m} [colloquial]  :: An incomprehensible language
chino {m} [colloquial, Cuba, uncountable]  :: chickenpox
chino {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: a market owned by a Chinese immigrant
chino {prop}  :: Chinese (language)
chinocuil {m}  :: alternative form of chinicuil
chip {m}  :: chip (circuit)
chipilín {m}  :: A perennial legume whose greens are eaten in Mexico and Central America, but which is restricted as an invasive weed by many countries, Crotalaria longirostrata
chipote {m} [by extension, informal, Mexico]  :: bulge, lump
chipote {m} [Central America]  :: slap (blow with the hand)
chipote {m} [Mexico]  :: bump on the head
chipotle {m}  :: chipotle
Chipre {prop}  :: Cyprus
chipriota {adj}  :: Cypriot
chipriota {m}  :: Cypriot
chiquero {m} [figuratively]  :: pigsty (very untidy place)
chiquero {m}  :: pigsty (shelter for pigs)
chiquigüite {m}  :: alternative form of chiquihuite
chiquihuite {m} [Guatemala, Mexico]  :: A small, handleless woven wicker or reed basket
chiquilla {f}  :: feminine form of chiquillo
chiquillo {f} [colloquial]  :: kid (child)
chiquillo {f} [colloquial]  :: kid (young person)
Chiquimula {prop}  :: A department of Guatemala
chiquita {f} [colloquial]  :: A girl, young woman
chiquita {f}  :: feminine form of chiquito
chiquitina {f}  :: feminine form of chiquitín
chiquitito {adj}  :: very tiny
chiquitín {adj}  :: very small, very young
chiquitín {f}  :: very young boy or girl
chiquito {adj}  :: small, tiny
chiquito {f}  :: little boy
chiquito {f}  :: little child (when the child's gender is not known)
chiribita {f}  :: daisy
chirimol {m} [El Salvador]  :: salty and sour salad consisting most importantly of tomato, onion and cilantro
chirimoya {m}  :: The fruit of the chirimoyo, the cherimoya
chirimoyo {m}  :: A South American fruit tree, Annona chermola, whose fruit is the chirimoya
chiringuito {m}  :: Temporary open air bar, and snack bar, commonly on the beach in summer
chiripá {m} [Argentina]  :: A triangular shawl worn on the waist in gaucho culture
chiripa {f}  :: fluke (lucky or improbable occurrence)
chirivía {f}  :: parsnip
chirmol {m} [El Salvador, Honduras]  :: salty and sour salad consisting most importantly of tomato, onion and cilantro
chirmol {m} [Guatemala]  :: spicy, salty and sour salad consisting most importantly of red or green pepper, tomato, cilantro and onion
chiroquero {f} [US]  :: drywaller
chirriada {v} [feminine past participle of, chirriar]  ::
chirriadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chirriar]  ::
chirriado {m}  :: chirp, squeak, wheek, creak, chirrup, screak
chirriados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chirriar]  ::
chirriar {v}  :: to chirp
chirriar {v}  :: to hiss
chirriar {v}  :: to shriek
chirriar {v}  :: to sizzle
chirrido {m}  :: chirp, squeak, wheek, creak, chirrup, screak, eek, chirr
chisme {m}  :: gossip
chismeada {v} [feminine past participle of, chismear]  ::
chismeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chismear]  ::
chismeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chismear]  ::
chismear {v}  :: to chat or gossip
chismol {m} [El Salvador, Honduras]  :: salty and sour salad consisting most importantly of tomato, onion and cilantro
chismorreada {v} [feminine past participle of, chismorrear]  ::
chismorreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chismorrear]  ::
chismorreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chismorrear]  ::
chismorrear {v}  :: to gossip
chismorreo {m}  :: gossip
chismoso {adj}  :: curious
chismoso {adj}  :: nosy
chismoso {f}  :: informer, tattler
chispa {f}  :: spark
chispar {v}  :: See chisparse
chisparse {vr} [Mexico]  :: to escape
chispazo {m}  :: spark
chispeada {v} [feminine past participle of, chispear]  ::
chispeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chispear]  ::
chispeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chispear]  ::
chispeante {adj}  :: sparkling, sparkly, glimmering
chispear {v}  :: to spark
chispear {v}  :: to sprinkle (rain in fine droplets)
chispita {f}  :: diminutive form of chispa
chisporrotear {v}  :: to sizzle
chistada {v} [feminine past participle of, chistar]  ::
chistadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chistar]  ::
chistados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chistar]  ::
chistar {v}  :: to call attention
chistar {v}  :: to speak, normally in negation
chiste {m}  :: essence, importance, matter or purpose of something:
chiste {m}  :: joke (told joke)
chistorra {f}  :: chistorra
chistoso {adj}  :: jocular, funny
chistoso {f}  :: joker
chiíta {m}  :: Shiite
chitón {interj}  :: shh, mum's the word
chito {interj}  :: shh, hush, silence
chitosan {m} [organic compound]  :: chitosan
chiva {f}  :: blanket, coverlet
chiva {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: (false) pretence, lame excuse
chiva {f}  :: feminine form of chivo
chiva {f}  :: goatee, beard
chiva {f}  :: shutout in a game of dominoes
chiva {f} [slang]  :: heroin
chiva {f}  :: young female goat, kid
chivar {vr} [colloquial]  :: to snitch, egg, squeal
chivar {v}  :: to annoy
chivato {f}  :: A telltale; informer; stool pigeon
chivera {f}  :: goatee
chiverre {m} [Costa Rica]  :: chilacayote
chiviado {adj} [Colombia, Bogota]  :: Counterfeit, rip-off
chivo {adj} [El Salvador, slang]  :: cool, awesome (said of a thing)
chivo {f} [Cuba]  :: informer, traitor
chivo {f}  :: goat (animal)
chivo {f} [Nicaragua]  :: A male who lives with a prostitute and benefits from her earnings, a pimp
chivo expiatorio {m}  :: scapegoat
Châm {prop}  :: Ham (son of Noah)
chándal {m} [Spain]  :: tracksuit
choborra {adj} [vesre]  :: drunk; tipsy
choca esos cinco {phrase} [colloquial, Spain]  :: give me five
chocante {adj}  :: shocking
chocar {vi}  :: to collide (with)
chocar {vi}  :: to shock or scandalize
chocar {vit}  :: to crash
chocar los cinco {v}  :: to high five
chocha {f} [Caribbean, Central America, Puerto Rico, slang]  :: vagina
chocha {f} [ornithology]  :: woodcock
chocheada {v} [feminine past participle of, chochear]  ::
chocheadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chochear]  ::
chocheados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chochear]  ::
chochear {v}  :: to be senile
Chocheño {prop}  :: Chochenyo
chochete {m} [vulgar, slang]  :: pussy
chochita {f}  :: sweetie pie; cutie; honey bunny
chochín {m}  :: wren (bird)
chocho {adj} [Central America, colloquial]  :: Nicaraguan
chocho {adj}  :: senile, doddery
chocho {adj}  :: sentimental, soft
chocho {m} [Central America, colloquial]  :: Nicaraguan
chocho {m}  :: cinnamon sweet
chocho {m} [colloquial]  :: drug addict
chocho {m}  :: lupin beans, lupin fruit
chocho {m} [vulgar, slang]  :: cunt
choclo {m} [Latin America]  :: corn (cereal plant)
choclo {m} [Latin America]  :: corncob
choco {adj} [Chile]  :: with unclothed arms
choco {m}  :: cuttlefish
chocolate {m}  :: chocolate (food made from cocoa beans; confectionery)
chocolate {m} [slang]  :: hash
chocolateado {adj}  :: chocolaty
chocolatería {f}  :: chocolate factory
chocolatería {f}  :: chocolate shop
chocolatero {f}  :: chocolatier (producer of chocolate)
chocolatillo {m}  :: diminutive form of chocolate
chocolatín {m}  :: diminutive form of chocolate
chofer {m}  :: chauffeur, driver
chofán {m}  :: alternative form of chaulafán
chola {f}  :: feminine form of cholo
cholla {f}  :: cholla (cactus)
cholla {f} [colloquial]  :: head
cholla {f}  :: reason, understanding
chollo {m} [colloquial]  :: bargain
cholo {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: ripped, with defined muscles
cholo {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: skillful (especially in a sport, but also figuratively in a dancing style, chess or a science)
cholo {f} [informal, Mexico, US]  :: used to describe a person belonging to a street gang
cholo {f} [Mexico]  :: poor Mexican, often living in California during 19th century
cholo {f} [pejorative, South America]  :: mestizo, person of mixed European and various degrees of Amerindian descent, especially if the person is of low economic resources
cholotón {adj} [informal, El Salvador]  :: big, fat
cholotón {adj} [informal, El Salvador]  :: muscular, brawny, ripped
chomba {f}  :: sweater, pullover
chompipe {m} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, southern Guatemala, Nicaragua]  :: turkey (bird)
chongo {m}  :: brothel; whorehouse
chongo {m}  :: bun (hairstyle)
chongos {mp}  :: A Mexican dessert made with milk, sugar and cinnamon. The milk is scalded and rennet is added to start the formation of curds, like when making cheese
choni {f} [colloquial, Spain]  :: chavette, trashy woman
chonismo {m}  :: chavism, trashiness
chonpipe {m}  :: alternative spelling of chompipe
Chontales {prop}  :: Chontales
chopito {m}  :: A portion of small fried squid
chopo {m}  :: black poplar (Populus nigra)
choque {m}  :: collision, accident
chora {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: rude person
chora {adj} [vulgar, Chile]  :: vagina
choricito {m}  :: diminutive form of chorizo
choripán {m} [Argentina, Chile, Uruguay]  :: a sausage baked inside a, pan, pastry roll
chorizo {adj} [vulgar, Chile]  :: thefty, stuck-up, haughty
chorizo {m}  :: a type of sausage
chorizo {m} [slang, Costa Rica]  :: corruption
chorizo {m} [Spain, Mexico, Chile, colloquial]  :: a thief
chorizo {m} [Uruguay]  :: a foolish person
chorizo {m} [vulgar, slang, Latin American Spanish]  :: a penis
chorizo {m} [vulgar, Spain]  :: a crook
chorlito {m}  :: plover (bird)
chorlito {m}  :: scatterbrain, airhead
choro {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: brave and/or aggressive person
choro {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: cool
choro {m} [Chile, vulgar]  :: vulva
choro {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: lip service, empty talk
choro {m} [South-America]  :: mussel
choro {m} [South-America, Spain, vulgar]  :: thief
chorrada {f} [colloquial]  :: bullshit, guff
chorreada {v} [feminine past participle of, chorrear]  ::
chorreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chorrear]  ::
chorreado {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: angry, sick and tired
chorreador {m} [Costa Rica]  :: A coffee-brewing device consisting of a stand from which a cotton bag called a bolsita, holding coffee grounds, is suspended over a cup or coffee pot. Hot water poured into the grounds drips into the container below
chorreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chorrear]  ::
chorreante {adj}  :: sopping, dripping
chorrear {vp} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to tire, to get sick and tired
chorrear {v}  :: to drip
chorrear {v}  :: to spout, to gush
chorrear {v}  :: to trickle
chorreón {m}  :: splash (small quantity of a liquid)
chorretón {m}  :: splash (small quantity of a liquid)
chorrillana {f} [Chile]  :: A popular Chilean dish consisting of a bed of french fries topped with sauteed beef strips and onions with two fried eggs
chorrillana {f} [Mexico]  :: A popular Mexican seafood dish with tomatoes, fish, vegetables
chorrito {m}  :: diminutive form of chorro
chorro {m} [Argentina, colloquial]  :: thief
chorro {m} [Chile, colloquial]  :: coin purse
chorro {m} [Chile, slang]  :: a poor person, ghetto, a criminal
chorro {m}  :: flow; jet
chorro {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: ton, tons; bunch; pile
chorro {m}  :: tap; faucet
chota {f} [dated, slang, pejorative, El Salvador]  :: the police institution, especially the military police before the 1992 Peace Accords
chota {f} [vulgar, Uruguay]  :: semen, cum
chotacabras {m}  :: nightjar
Chotaxtiox {prop}  :: alternative form of Xutixtiox
choteada {v} [feminine past participle of, chotear]  ::
choteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chotear]  ::
choteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chotear]  ::
chotear {v}  :: to mock
chova piquigualda {f}  :: alpine chough
chovinismo {m}  :: chauvinism (excessive patriotism)
chovinista {mf}  :: chauvinist
choza {f}  :: hut
chúpamelo {v} [es-compound of, chup, ar, chupa, me, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
christiano {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of cristiano
christiano {f}  :: obsolete spelling of cristiano
Christo {prop}  :: obsolete spelling of Cristo
chéroqui {adj}  :: Cherokee
chéroqui {m}  :: Cherokee (member of the Cherokee people)
chéroqui {prop}  :: Cherokee (language and syllabary)
chéster {m}  :: Cheshire cheese
chubasco {m}  :: shower, squall
chubutense {adj}  :: of or from Chubut
chubutense {m}  :: Someone from Chubut
chucha {f} [colloquial, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras]  :: female dog
chucha {f} [vulgar, slang, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Panama]  :: cunt, vagina
chucha {f} [vulgar, slang, Colombia]  :: body odor
chucha {interj} [vulgar, slang, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Panama]  :: damn!, fuck!
chuchada {f} [vulgar slang, Chile]  :: absurdities, nonsense
chuche {m}  :: sweet (sugary confection)
chuchería {f}  :: sweets, candy
chuchería {f}  :: trifle (something of little importance)
chucho {m} [colloquial, Guatemala, El Salvador]  :: male dog (in general)
chucho {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: mutt, mongrel
Chucho {prop}  :: A nickname for the given name Jesús
chuchupate {m}  :: [California] A wild plant used in traditional medicine, Lomatium californica
chuchupate {m}  :: [Mexico] Balsam of Peru, Myroxylon balsamum
chuchupate {m}  :: [US Southwest and Northern Mexico] A wild plant related to lovage, Ligusticum porteri, which is used in traditional medicine
chucrut {m}  :: sauerkraut
chueca {f}  :: stump (of tree)
chueco {adj} [Latin America]  :: crooked
chufa {f}  :: chufa
chufa {f}  :: edible tuber of that plant
chufada {v} [feminine past participle of, chufar]  ::
chufadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chufar]  ::
chufados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chufar]  ::
chufar {v}  :: to make fun of
chufar {v}  :: to scoff
chulapa {f}  :: feminine form of chulapo
chulapo {f} [Spain]  :: Someone from certain Madrid neighbourhoods, known for their traditional dress
chuleada {v} [feminine past participle of, chulear]  ::
chuleadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chulear]  ::
chuleados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chulear]  ::
chulear {v} [colloquial]  :: to pimp
chulear {v}  :: to compliment, to show off
chuleta {f} [golf]  :: divot
chuleta {f} [of meat]  :: chop
chuletón {m}  :: large steak
chullo {m}  :: chullo
chulón {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: naked
chulón {adj} [colloquial, figurative, El Salvador]  :: scantily clothed
chulo {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: ordinary, common, vulgar, rascal
chulo {adj}  :: cute, pretty, lovely
chulo {adj} [Spain, colloquial]  :: cocky
chulo {m}  :: pimp
chumbo {m}  :: The prickly pear
chumico {m} [Costa Rica]  :: soapberry
chumo {adj} [pejorative, colloquial, Guatemala]  :: indigenous (said of a person)
chumpa {f} [informal, El Salvador]  :: jacket
chumpe {m} [colloquial, El Salvador and parts of Guatemala]  :: turkey
chunchucuyo {m} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: parson's nose
chunchullo {m} [Colombia]  :: the grilled or fried chitterlings of a pig, cow or lamb, consumed in Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay and Chile
chunchurria {f} [Colombia, especially in Medellín and Manizales]  :: the grilled or fried small intestine of a pig, cow or lamb
chungo {adj}  :: Complicated, or difficult
chungo {adj}  :: In bad condition
chungo {adj}  :: Of bad quality
chuño {m}  :: (South America) freeze-dried potato; potato starch
chupacabras {m} [cryptozoology]  :: chupacabras
chupacirios {m} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: Bible basher
chupada {f} [slang]  :: blowjob
chupado {adj} [colloquial]  :: very easy, a piece of cake
chupado {adj} [colloquial]  :: very skinny
chupamangas {m} [vulgar, slang]  :: brown-noser, creep, toady
chupamedias {m} [colloquial, Argentina, Chile]  :: toady, sycophant, brown noser
chupapiedras {m}  :: clingfish
chupar {v} [Mexico, Chile, slang]  :: to drink an alcoholic beverage
chupar {v} [Mexico, slang]  :: to consume too fast or waste money, budget or gasoline
chupar {v} [Mexico, slang]  :: to lose muscular mass or strength
chupar {v} [Mexico, slang]  :: to lose somebody the youthful or not-too-mature appearance
chupar {v}  :: to absorb
chupar {v}  :: to suck
chuparrosa {f} [Mexico]  :: Hummingbird
chuparse {v} [es-compound of, chup, ar, chupar, se, mood=inf]  ::
chupasangres {m} [figuratively]  :: bloodsucker
chupatintas {m}  :: One who does routine office work; a pencil pusher
chupe {m} [Chile, Peru, Panama]  :: soup, made generally of potatoes, meat or fish and different vegetables
chupete {m}  :: pacifier
chupeteada {v} [feminine past participle of, chupetear]  ::
chupeteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, chupetear]  ::
chupeteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, chupetear]  ::
chupetear {v}  :: to suck at
chupetón {m} [Spain]  :: hickey (bruise-like mark)
chupi {adj} [colloquial]  :: fab, awesome
chupito {m}  :: shot (small serving of drink)
chupón {adj} [Spain]  :: hoarding, profiteering, sponging (said of a person who abuses a situation to get the best of it; in broad sense, not only referred to money or goods; it can be used as a noun)
chupón {m} [botany]  :: sucker (branch or trunk that devoids of nutrients the main part of the tree)
chupón {m} [Latin America]  :: baby bottle
chupón {m} [Latin America]  :: hickey (bruise-like mark)
chupón {m} [Peru, Venezuela]  :: pacifier, dummy
chupón {m} [Spain]  :: ball hog
chupándose {v} [es-compound of, chup, ar, chupando, se, mood=part]  ::
chuquiragua {f}  :: chuquiragua
churrasco {m}  :: barbecue (meal or event highlighted by food cooked on a barbecue)
churrasco {m}  :: churrasco; barbecued meat
churrería {f}  :: churro shop, a place that sells churros
churretera {f} [colloquial, Chile]  :: diarrhea
churri {m} [colloquial]  :: darling, dear, lover
churria {f} [vulgar, El Salvador]  :: diarrhea
churrito {m}  :: diminutive form of churro; small churro
churro {adj} [colloquial, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, of a, person]  :: attractive
churro {m}  :: churro (dessert)
churro {m} [colloquial, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia]  :: beefcake (physically desirable man)
churro {m} [colloquial]  :: botched-up artwork
churro {m} [colloquial]  :: joint (marijuana cigarette)
churumbel {m} [colloquial]  :: child, boy
Chus {prop}  :: Pet form of the female given name María Jesús ( Jesusa)
Chus {prop}  :: Pet form of the male given name Jesús
chusco {adj}  :: funny, amusing, charming
chusco {adj}  :: malicious, cunning
chusco {m} [Peru]  :: mongrel
chusco {m}  :: Piece of bread roll
chusma {f}  :: mob (unruly group of people)
chustilla {f} [Spain, colloquial]  :: joint, roach (cannabis cigarette)
chutar {v}  :: to shoot a goal
Chutix Tiox {prop}  :: alternative form of Xutixtiox
Chuy {prop}  :: male given name
chévere {adj} [slang, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, El Salvador, Ecuador]  :: terrific, cool, awesome, nifty
chévere {m} [Guatemala]  :: hot dog
Chávez {prop}  :: Spanish surname
CI {abbr}  :: Coahuila (Mexican state)
ciada {v} [feminine past participle of, ciar]  ::
ciadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, ciar]  ::
ciados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, ciar]  ::
cian {adj}  :: cyan
cian {m}  :: cyan
cianato {m}  :: cyanate
cianógeno {m} [chemistry]  :: cyanogen
cianhídrico {adj}  :: hydrocyanic
cianina {f} [protein]  :: cyanin
cianoacrilato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: cyanoacrylate
cianocobalamina {f} [vitamin]  :: cyanocobalamin
cianótico {adj}  :: cyanotic
cianuro {m}  :: cyanide (chemistry)
ciar {v}  :: to back water
cibdad {f}  :: obsolete spelling of ciudad
ciber- {prefix}  :: cyber-
ciberataque {m}  :: cyberattack
ciberespacio {m}  :: cyberspace
ciberguerra {f}  :: cyberwar
cibernética {f}  :: cybernetics
cibernético {adj}  :: cybernetic
ciberpolicía {m}  :: cybercop
ciberseguridad {f}  :: cybersecurity
cibersexo {m}  :: cybersex
cibolero {m}  :: cibolero
cicatriz {f}  :: scar
cicatrización {f}  :: cicatrization
cicatrizal {adj}  :: Belonging to a cicatrice or scar
cicatrizar {vt}  :: to cicatrize, to heal
cicatrizativo {adj}  :: cicatrisitive
Cicerón {n}  :: Cicero
cicerone {m}  :: guide, cicerone
ciclasa {f} [enzyme]  :: cyclase
ciclina {f} [protein]  :: cyclin
ciclismo {m}  :: cycling, cycle racing
ciclismo de montaña {m}  :: mountain biking
ciclismo en pista {m}  :: track cycling
ciclista {m}  :: cyclist, biker
ciclón {m}  :: cyclone
ciclónico {adj}  :: cyclonic
ciclo {m}  :: cycle
ciclo {m}  :: period
ciclo {m}  :: series
cicloalcano {m} [organic compound]  :: cycloalkane
cicloalqueno {m} [organic compound]  :: cycloalkene
ciclobenzaprina {f} [organic compound]  :: cyclobenzaprine
ciclo del agua {m}  :: water cycle
ciclo del carbono {m}  :: carbon cycle
ciclodextrina {f} [carbohydrate]  :: cyclodextrin
ciclofilina {f} [proteins]  :: cyclophilin
ciclogénesis {f}  :: cyclogenesis
cicloheptano {m} [organic compound]  :: cycloheptane
ciclohexano {m} [organic compound]  :: cyclohexane
ciclohexanona {f} [organic compound]  :: cyclohexanone
cicloheximida {f} [organic compound]  :: cycloheximide
ciclo hidrológico {m} [technical]  :: water cycle
cicloide {f} [geometry]  :: cycloid
ciclooxigenasa {f} [enzyme]  :: cyclooxygenase
ciclopentano {m} [organic compound]  :: cyclopentane
ciclopentanona {f} [organic compound]  :: cyclopentanone
ciclopropano {m} [organic compound]  :: cyclopropane
ciclopropeno {m} [organic compound]  :: cyclopropene
ciclostilo {m}  :: mimeograph
ciclotrón {f}  :: cyclotron
ciclópeo {adj}  :: cyclopean
ciclópeo {adj}  :: mammoth, gargantuan, immense
ciclóstilo {m}  :: mimeograph
cicuta {f}  :: hemlock
Cid {prop}  :: Rodrigo Díaz, better known as El Cid ("the Lord" or "the Master"). Also called just Cid or Campeador, a famous Castilian knight born in Vivar, Spain
-cida {suffix}  :: -cidal
-cida {suffix}  :: -cide (denoting a person or substance that kills)
-cidio {suffix}  :: -cide (denoting an act of killing)
cidro {m}  :: citron (tree)
ciega {f} [poker]  :: blind
ciegamente {adv}  :: blindly
ciego {adj}  :: blind
ciego {m}  :: A blind person
ciego {m}  :: The cecum
cielito {m}  :: A Uruguayan dance
cielito lindo {m}  :: A traditional Mexican song written in 1882 by Quirino Mendoza y Cortés
cielito lindo {m}  :: pretty darling
cielo {m}  :: heaven
cielo {m}  :: sky
cielos {mp}  :: heavens
cielos {mp}  :: sky
ciempiés {m}  :: centipede
cien {num} [cardinal]  :: apocopic form of ciento one-hundred (100)
ciencia {f}  :: erudition, knowledge
ciencia {f}  :: science
ciencias naturales {fp}  :: natural sciences
cienciólogo {adj}  :: Scientologist
cienciólogo {f}  :: Scientologist
cienmil {num}  :: one hundred thousand
cieno {m}  :: silt
científica {f}  :: female scientist
científicamente {adv}  :: scientifically
científico {adj}  :: scientific
científico {f}  :: scientist
ciento {num} [cardinal number]  :: one-hundred (100)
cierre {m}  :: shutter, blind
cierre {m}  :: shutting, closing
cierre {m}  :: shutting device, fastener; buckle, clasp
cierre {m}  :: zipper
cierro el pico {phrase}  :: (idiomatic): shut up
cierro el pico {phrase}  :: (literal): close your beak
ciertamente {adv}  :: certainly
cierto {adj} [of a claim]  :: True, certain, sure
cierto {adj} [of a person]  :: Certain, sure
cierto {determiner}  :: A certain, a specific
cieruo {n}  :: obsolete spelling of ciervo
ciervo {m}  :: deer, stag
cierzo {m} [Spain]  :: north-west wind
cifra {f}  :: amount
cifra {f}  :: cipher; code
cifra {f}  :: digit
cifra {f}  :: number
cifrar {vtr}  :: to value, quantify, aggregate
cifrar {vt}  :: to write in code, cypher
cigala {f}  :: Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus
cigarillo {m}  :: cigarette
cigarra {f}  :: cicada
cigarrillo {m}  :: cigarette
cigarro {m}  :: cigar
cigüeña {f}  :: redstem filaree, Erodium cicutarium
cigüeña {f}  :: stork (large wading bird)
cigüeña {f}  :: The scavenger's daughter; a torture device
cigüeñal {m}  :: crankshaft
cigüeñal {m}  :: shadoof (device used to gather water)
cigoma {f}  :: zygoma; the cheekbone
cigomático {adj} [anatomy]  :: zygomatic
cigomático {m} [skeleton]  :: zygomatic bone
cigomático mayor {m}  :: zygomatic major
cigomático menor {m}  :: zygomatic minor
cigoto {m} [biology]  :: zygote
cilantro {m}  :: coriander, cilantro
ciliado {adj} [biology]  :: Having cilia
ciliado {m}  :: ciliate
ciliar {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to a cilium; cilliar
cilindro {m} [geometry]  :: cylinder
cilio {m} [cytology]  :: cilium
-cilla {suffix}  :: feminine form of -cillo
-cillo {suffix}  :: Form of -illo attached to some nouns
cilíndrico {adj}  :: cylindrical
cima {f}  :: peak, summit (top of a mountain or hill)
cima {f}  :: top
cimada {v} [feminine past participle of, cimar]  ::
cimadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cimar]  ::
cimados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cimar]  ::
cimar {v}  :: to crop; to cut shorter (removing the top)
cimarrón {adj} [Latin America, of animals]  :: feral (having returned to the wild)
cimarrón {adj} [Latin America, of people]  :: rural; campestral
cimarrón {adj} [Latin America, of plants]  :: of a wild cultivar
cimbra {f}  :: centering (wooden structure built around an arch)
cimbrada {v} [feminine past participle of, cimbrar]  ::
cimbradas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cimbrar]  ::
cimbrados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cimbrar]  ::
cimbrar {v}  :: to rock
cimentar {v}  :: to found (a building, a city)
cimentar {v}  :: to lay the foundations of (a building, a movement, etc.)
cimera {f}  :: decorated crest of a medieval helm
cimera {f} [heraldry]  :: crest
cimetidina {f}  :: cimetidine
cimiento {m}  :: foundation
cimiento {m}  :: groundwork
cimitarra {f}  :: scimitar
-ción {suffix}  :: Used in forming a noun to represent the property corresponding to a verb; -tion
ciénaga {f}  :: bog, swamp
cinasa {f} [enzyme]  :: kinase
cinc {m}  :: zinc
cincado {adj}  :: zinced
cincado {m}  :: zinc or zinc-compound coating
cincel {m}  :: chisel
cincelada {v} [feminine past participle of, cincelar]  ::
cinceladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cincelar]  ::
cincelados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cincelar]  ::
cincelar {v}  :: to chisel
cincha {f}  :: girth (for horses or similar animals)
cincho {m}  :: belt
cincho {m}  :: girdle
cinco {cardinal num} [cardinal]  :: five
cincuenta {cardinal num} [cardinal]  :: fifty
cincuentón {f}  :: fiftysomething
cine {m}  :: cinema, moviehouse
cineasta {m}  :: cineast (enthusiast of movies or filmmaking)
cineasta {m}  :: filmmaker
ciénega {f}  :: marsh, swamp
cinegético {adj} [attributive]  :: hunting
cinematógrafo {m} [historical, rare]  :: cinematograph
cinematografía {f}  :: cinematography
cinematografiar {v}  :: to film
cinematográfico {adj}  :: cinematographic
cinemática {f} [physics]  :: kinematics
cinemático {adj} [physics]  :: kinematic
cinetocoro {m}  :: kinetochore
cinetoplasto {m} [cytology]  :: kinetoplast
cinéfila {f}  :: feminine form of cinéfilo
cinéfilo {f}  :: cinephile
cingalés {adj}  :: Sinhalese (of the language, ethnicity, person)
cingalés {adj}  :: Sri Lankan (describing a person, of the country)
cingalés {m}  :: Sinhalese (ethnicity)
cingalés {m}  :: Sinhalese (language)
cingalés {m}  :: Sinhalese (person)
cingalés {m}  :: Sri Lankan (person)
cinismo {m}  :: cynicism
cinta {f}  :: ribbon, worn by girls in the hair
cinta {f}  :: tape
cinta adhesiva {f}  :: adhesive tape (sticky tape)
cinta adhesiva protectora {f}  :: masking tape
cinta aisladora {f}  :: electrical tape
cinta aislante {f}  :: electrical tape
cinta americana {f}  :: duck tape
cinta de aislar {f}  :: electrical tape
cinta de carrocero {f}  :: masking tape
cinta de enmascarar {f}  :: masking tape
cinta de pintor {f}  :: masking tape
cinta de pintor {f}  :: painter's tape
cinta eléctrica {f}  :: electrical tape
cinta escocesa {f}  :: Scotch tape
cinta métrica {f}  :: tape measure
cinta para correr {f}  :: treadmill
cinta plateada {f}  :: duck tape
cinta protectora {f}  :: masking tape
cinta Scotch {f}  :: Scotch tape
cinta transportadora {f}  :: conveyor belt
cinética {f} [chemistry, biochemistry]  :: kinetics
cinética {f} [physics]  :: kinematics
cinética {f} [physics]  :: kinetics
cinético {adj}  :: kinetic
cintilar {v}  :: to scintillate
cintilar {v}  :: to shine (to reflect light)
cintillo {m}  :: diminutive form of cinta small child
cintillo {m}  :: headband
cinto {m}  :: belt
cintura {f}  :: waist
cintura de avispa {f} [idiomatic]  :: hourglass figure
cinturón {m}  :: belt
cinturón {m}  :: seat belt
cipayo {m}  :: sepoy
cipermetrina {f}  :: cypermethrin
cipote {adj} [Guatemala]  :: fat, plump, pudgy
cipote {adj}  :: silly, foolish
cipote {m} [slang, vulgar, Spain, ]  :: penis, cock
cipote {m}  :: youngster, kid, child, imp, rascal
ciprés {m}  :: cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)
circense {adj}  :: circus (attributive)
circón {m}  :: zircon
circo {m}  :: circus
circonato {m} [chemistry]  :: zirconate
circonio {m}  :: zirconium
circuir {v}  :: to surround, to circle
circuito {m}  :: circuit
circulación {f}  :: circulation
circulación {f}  :: traffic
circular {adj}  :: circular
circular {f}  :: circular (advertisement)
circular {v}  :: to circulate
circulatorio {adj}  :: circulatory
circuncidar {v}  :: to circumcise
circuncisión {f}  :: circumcision (excising foreskin from penis)
circunciso {adj}  :: circumcised
circunciso {m}  :: circumcised man
circundar {v}  :: to surround
circunferencia {f}  :: circumference
circunfijo {m}  :: circumfix
circunnavegación {f}  :: circumnavigation
circunnavegar {v}  :: to circumnavigate
circunscribir {v}  :: to circumscribe
circunscripción {f}  :: constituency
circunscripta {v} [feminine past participle of, circunscribir]  ::
circunscriptas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, circunscribir]  ::
circunscriptos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, circunscribir]  ::
circunscrita {v} [feminine past participle of, circunscribir]  ::
circunscritas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, circunscribir]  ::
circunscritos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, circunscribir]  ::
circunstancia {f}  :: circumstance
circunstancial {adj}  :: circumstantial
circunvenida {v} [feminine past participle of, circunvenir]  ::
circunvenidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, circunvenir]  ::
circunvenidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, circunvenir]  ::
circunvenir {v}  :: to circumvent
cirio {m}  :: A long, thick wax candle, often used in religious ceremonies
cirio pascual {m}  :: paschal candle
cirílico {adj}  :: Cyrillic
cirquero {adj}  :: circus (attributive)
cirquero {m}  :: circus performer
ciérrala {v} [es-compound of, cerr, ar, cierra, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cirro {m}  :: cirrus (cloud)
cirro {m}  :: cirrus (tendril-like appendage)
cirro {m}  :: tendril; cirrus
ciruela {f}  :: plum
ciruela albaricoque {f}  :: pluot
ciruela chabacano {f}  :: pluot
ciruela damasco {f}  :: pluot
ciruela interespecífica {f}  :: interspecific plum
ciruela pasa {f}  :: prune (dried plum)
ciruelo {m}  :: Plum tree
cirugía {f}  :: surgery
cirugía plástica {f}  :: cosmetic surgery
cirugía plástica {f}  :: plastic surgery (surgery involving the transfer of tissue to repair body parts)
cirujano {f}  :: surgeon
cisaña {f}  :: discord
cisco {m}  :: coaldust
cisco {m}  :: culm
Cisjordania {prop}  :: West Bank
cisma {m}  :: schism
cismático {adj}  :: schismatic
cismático {adj}  :: troublesome
cisne {m}  :: swan
cisne negro {m}  :: black swan
cisne silbador {m}  :: The Bewick's swan
cisteína {f} [amino acid]  :: cysteine
cisterna {f}  :: cistern
cistina {f} [amino acid]  :: cystine
cita {f}  :: a date
cita {f}  :: an appointment
cita {f}  :: a quote
-cita {suffix}  :: feminine form of -cito Substituted for “a” at the end of feminine words and names ending in a vowel to denote a diminutive form
cita a ciegas {f}  :: blind date
citación {f}  :: quotation, citation
citado {adj}  :: cited, mentioned
citar {v}  :: to cite
citar {v}  :: to summon
citara {f}  :: partition wall, party wall
citidina {f} [organic compound]  :: cytidine
Citlali {prop}  :: female given name
cito- {prefix} [biology]  :: cyto-
-cito {suffix} [biology]  :: -cyte (used to form cell names)
-cito {suffix}  :: Form of -ito. Substituted for "o" at the end of masculine words and names to denote a diminutive form
citocina {f} [protein, immunology]  :: cytokine
citocromo {m} [enzyme]  :: cytochrome
citogenética {f} [biology, genetics]  :: cytogenetics
citogenético {adj}  :: cytogenetic
citológico {adj}  :: cytologic, cytological
citología {f}  :: cytology
citoplasma {m}  :: cytoplasm
citoplasmático {adj}  :: cytoplasmic (of or relating to cytoplasm)
citorreducción {f}  :: cytoreduction
citosina {f} [organic compound]  :: cytosine
citotoxicidad {f}  :: cytotoxicity
citrato {m} [organic compound]  :: citrate
citrón {m}  :: lemon
ciudad {f}  :: city, large town
ciudadana {f}  :: feminine form of ciudadano
ciudadanía {f}  :: citizenry
ciudadanía {f}  :: citizenship
ciudadano {adj}  :: living in a city
ciudadano {adj}  :: of or relating to a city or its inhabitants
ciudadano {f}  :: citizen
ciudadano {f}  :: city-dweller
Ciudad Condal {prop}  :: Barcelona
Ciudad del Cabo {prop}  :: Cape Town
Ciudad del Vaticano {prop}  :: Vatican City
Ciudad de México {prop}  :: Mexico City (capital city of Mexico)
Ciudad de Pichilemu {prop}  :: Pichilemu City
ciudadela {f}  :: citadel
ciudad estado {f}  :: city state
ciudad fantasma {m}  :: ghost town
ciudad federal {f}  :: federal city
Ciudad Ho Chi Minh {prop}  :: Ho Chi Minh City
Ciudad Real {prop}  :: Ciudad Real (city)
Ciudad Real {prop}  :: Ciudad Real (province)
ciudadrealeño {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Ciudad Real
ciudadrealeño {f}  :: Someone from Ciudad Real
ciudarrealeño {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Ciudad Real
ciudarrealeño {f}  :: Someone from Ciudad Real
civil {adj}  :: civil (all senses)
civilización {f}  :: civilization
civilizado {adj}  :: civilized
civilizar {v}  :: to civilize
civismo {m}  :: civility
cizaña {f}  :: darnel, tare (grass weed)
cizaña {f} [figuratively]  :: An injurious thing or action
cizaña {f} [figuratively]  :: dissension, enmity
cizalla {f}  :: shears, pair of shears, cutter
CL {abbr}  :: Colima (Mexican state)
clac {m}  :: claque
clac {m}  :: crush hat, opera hat
cladinosa {f} [organic compound, carbohydrate]  :: cladinose
clado- {prefix}  :: clado-
cladograma {m}  :: cladogram
cladístico {adj}  :: cladistic
clamar {v}  :: to call out for
cálamo {m}  :: A reed pen, used to write with ink in antiquity
cálamo {m} [botany]  :: Sweet flag or calamus, a plant in the genus Acorus
clamor {m}  :: A clamor, shout
clamor {m}  :: A loud noise
clamor {m}  :: A protest, outcry
clan {m}  :: clan
clandestinidad {f}  :: secrecy
clandestino {adj}  :: clandestine
clandestino {f}  :: an illegal immigrant
clandestino {f}  :: one who is clandestine
clara {f} [Spain]  :: shandy
clara {f}  :: The white (of an egg)
Clara {prop}  :: female given name, equivalent to English Clara
claraboya {f}  :: skylight
claramente {adv}  :: clearly
clarear {v}  :: to clear
claridad {f}  :: brightness
claridad {f}  :: clarity
claridad {f}  :: clearness
clarificación {f}  :: clarification
clarificar {v}  :: to clarify
clarinete {m}  :: clarinet
clarinete {m}  :: clarinetist
clarividencia {f}  :: clairvoyance
clarividente {m}  :: fortuneteller, clairvoyant, seer
claro {adj}  :: clear
claro {adj}  :: light, bright
claro {adv}  :: certainly, naturally, of course
claro {m}  :: bald patch
claro {m}  :: clearing
claro como el agua {adj} [simile]  :: crystal clear
claroscuro {m}  :: chiaroscuro
clarísimo {adj}  :: superlative form of claro
clase {f}  :: class
clase {f}  :: kind
clasificable {adj}  :: classifiable (that one can classify)
clasificación {f}  :: classification
clasificación periódica {f}  :: periodic table (chart of the chemical elements by atomic number)
clasificado {adj}  :: classified
clasificar {v}  :: to classify
clasificarse {v}  :: to place; to earn a certain rank or award in a competition
clasificatorio {adj}  :: classificatory
Claudia {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Claudio
claudicar {v}  :: to give up, give in
Claudio {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Claude
claustro {m} [religion]  :: claustration
claustrofobia {f}  :: claustrophobia (fear of closed, tight places)
clausura {f}  :: closing
clausura {f}  :: closure
clausurada {v} [feminine past participle of, clausurar]  ::
clausuradas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, clausurar]  ::
clausurados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, clausurar]  ::
clausurar {v}  :: to close
clava {f}  :: club [weapon]
clavada {f} [Spain]  :: ripoff
clavadista {m}  :: diver
clavadito {adj}  :: identical
clavado {adj}  :: identical, spitting
clavado {adj} [Mexico]  :: attached, glued
clavado {adj}  :: nailed
clavado {adj}  :: speechless
clavado {interj}  :: precisely!, exactly!
clavado {m}  :: dive
clavar {v}  :: to nail
clavícula {f}  :: collarbone, clavicle
clave {f}  :: clef
clave {f}  :: key (to a problem or puzzle)
clave {f} [musical instruments]  :: clave
clave {f}  :: password
clavecinista {m}  :: harpsichordist
clavel {m}  :: carnation (flower)
clavel {m}  :: carnation (plant)
clavelito {m}  :: diminutive form of clavel
claveque {m} [jewelry]  :: paste, strass
clavero {m}  :: clove (tree)
clavete {m}  :: guitar pick, plectrum
clavete {m}  :: tack (small nail)
claveteada {v} [feminine past participle of, clavetear]  ::
claveteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, clavetear]  ::
claveteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, clavetear]  ::
clavetear {v}  :: to nail
clavetear {v}  :: to stud (to add a stud to)
clavicordio {m}  :: clavichord (musical instrument)
clavicular {adj}  :: clavicular
clavija {f}  :: dowel
clavo {m}  :: clove
clavo {m}  :: corn (callus)
clavo {m}  :: headache
clavo {m}  :: nail, spike
clavo {m}  :: scab
clavo de olor {m}  :: clove (spice)
claxon {m}  :: horn (loud alarm, especially on a motor vehicle)
cálcico {adj}  :: calcium [attributive]
cálcico {adj} [chemistry]  :: calcic
cálculo {m}  :: calculation, estimation
cálculo {m} [mathematics]  :: arithmetic
cálculo {m} [mathematics]  :: calculus
cálculo {m} [medicine]  :: stone
cálculo renal {m}  :: kidney stone
célebre {adj}  :: celebrated, famous
clemencia {f}  :: mercy, clemency
clepsidra {f}  :: clepsydra, water clock
cleptomanía {f}  :: kleptomania
cólera {f}  :: anger
cólera {m}  :: cholera
clero {m}  :: clergy
clic {m} [computing]  :: sound of a mouse
clica {f}  :: (Chicano, slang) Clique, group, gang
clicar {v}  :: to click a computer mouse
célico {adj}  :: heavenly
cólico {adj}  :: colic
cólico {m}  :: colic
cálido {adj}  :: warm
clienta {f}  :: feminine form of cliente
cliente {f}  :: client
cliente {f}  :: customer
clientela {f}  :: clientele
clima {m}  :: climate, weather
climatizado {adj}  :: air-conditioned
climatizado {adj}  :: heated
climatizar {v}  :: air-condition
climático {adj}  :: climactic
clip {m}  :: paper clip
cliquear {v}  :: to click a computer mouse
clitoridectomía {f}  :: clitoridectomy
cáliz {m} [botany]  :: calyx
cáliz {m}  :: chalice, goblet
cáliz {m} [poetic]  :: cup, glass
cállate {interj}  :: shut up!
cállate {v} [es-compound of, call, ar, calla, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cállense {v} [es-compound of, call, ar, callen, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
cállese {v} [es-compound of, call, ar, calle, se, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
cálmate {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calma, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
clímax {m}  :: climax
cálmense {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calmen, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
cálmese {v} [es-compound of, calm, ar, calme, se, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
clínica {f}  :: medical clinic
clínico {adj}  :: clinical
cloaca {f}  :: sewer, storm drain
cloaca {f} [zoology]  :: cloaca
cloch {m}  :: alternative form of cloche
cloche {m}  :: clutch
clon {m}  :: clone
clon {m}  :: clown
clonación {f} [biology]  :: cloning
clonal {adj}  :: clonal
clonar {v}  :: to clone
cloqueada {v} [feminine past participle of, cloquear]  ::
cloqueadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cloquear]  ::
cloqueados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cloquear]  ::
cloqueante {mf}  :: A person who clucks like a chicken
cloquear {v}  :: to cluck
cloquear {v}  :: to harpoon
cloqueo {m}  :: cluck
cloral {m} [organic compound]  :: chloral
cloralosa {f} [organic compound, carbohydrate]  :: chloralose
clorar {v}  :: to chlorinate
clorhídrico {adj} [chemistry]  :: hydrochloric
clorinada {v} [feminine past participle of, clorinar]  ::
clorinadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, clorinar]  ::
clorinados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, clorinar]  ::
clorinar {v}  :: to chlorinate
cloro {m}  :: chlorine
cloroacetato {m} [organic compound]  :: chloroacetate
cloroacético {adj}  :: chloroacetic
clorofila {f}  :: chlorophyll
clorofilo {adj}  :: chlorophyllous
clorofílico {adj}  :: chlorophyllic (of, pertaining to, resembling or derived from chlorophyll)
cloroformizada {v} [feminine past participle of, cloroformizar]  ::
cloroformizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cloroformizar]  ::
cloroformizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cloroformizar]  ::
cloroformizar {v}  :: to treat or make unconscious with chloroform
cloroformo {m} [chemistry]  :: chloroform
clorometano {m} [organic compound]  :: chloromethane, methyl chloride
cloroplasto {m} [cytology]  :: chloroplast
cloropreno {m} [organic compound]  :: chloroprene
cloroxilenol {m} [organic compound]  :: dettol, chloroxylenol
clorpirifos {m}  :: chlorpyrifos
cloruro {m} [chemistry]  :: chloride
cloruro de sodio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: sodium chloride
Clotilde {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to French Clotilde and English Clotilda
clown {m}  :: clown (circus performance artist)
clórico {adj}  :: chloric
clérigo {m}  :: clergyman
clóset {m} [Latin America]  :: closet
clásicamente {adv}  :: classically (according to classical norms)
clásico {adj}  :: classic
clásico {n}  :: A sports rivalry match, especially in association football
Clásico {prop} [soccer]  :: A match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, the two leading teams in the country
clítoris {m} [anatomy]  :: clitoris
club {m}  :: club (association)
célula {f}  :: cell
célula dendrítica {f}  :: dendritic cell
célula dendrítica folicular {f} [anatomy]  :: follicular dendritic cell
célula madre {f}  :: stem cell (primal undifferentiated cell)
cláusula {f}  :: clause
clutch {m}  :: alternative form of cloche
CM {prop}  :: abbreviation of Campeche
cámara {f}  :: camera
cámara {f}  :: chamber
cámara {f}  :: inner tube
cámara {f}  :: legislature
cámara {f}  :: room
cámara {m} [cinematography]  :: cameraman, camera operator (somebody who operates a movie camera or television camera)
cámara acorazada {f}  :: vault, bank vault
cámara de comercio {f}  :: chamber of commerce
Cámara de los Comunes {prop}  :: The House of Commons
Cámara de los Lores {prop}  :: The House of Lords
cámara de vídeo {f}  :: video camera
cámara de video {f}  :: video camera
cámara digital {f}  :: digital camera
cámara magmática {f}  :: magma chamber
cámara mortuoria {f}  :: burial chamber
cámara web {f} [computing, photography]  :: webcam
cámaro {m} [rare]  :: shrimp
címbalo {m}  :: cymbal (musical instrument)
cámbaro {m}  :: a species of crab
cámbiate {v} [es-compound of, cambi, ar, cambia, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cómete {v} [es-compound of, com, er, come, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cómetelo {v} [es-compound of, com, er, come, te, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cómic {m}  :: comic (cartoon story)
cómicamente {adv}  :: comically
cómico {adj}  :: comedic
cómico {adj}  :: funny
cómico {f}  :: comedian
cómico {f}  :: comic actor
cómo {pron} [interrogative]  :: how
cómo {pron} [interrogative]  :: sorry? what? (expressing surprise or asking to repeat)
cómoda {f}  :: chest of drawers
cómodamente {adv}  :: comfortably
cómodo {adj}  :: comfortable
cómo está {phrase} [formal]  :: how are you?
cómo estás {phrase} [informal]  :: how are you?
cómo le va {phrase}  :: how's it going?
cómo se dice...en inglés {phrase}  :: how do you English?
cómo te llamas {phrase}  :: what is your name?
cómo te va {phrase}  :: how's it going?
cómplice {m}  :: accomplice
cómprate {v} [es-compound of, compr, ar, compra, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
cómputo {m}  :: calculation
cúmulo {m}  :: cluster
cúmulo {m}  :: cumulus (cloud)
cúmulo {m}  :: pile
cúmulo estelar {m} [astronomy]  :: star cluster
cóncavo {adj}  :: concave
cóncavo {m}  :: cavity, concavity
cáncer {m}  :: cancer
Cáncer {prop} [astrology]  :: Cancer
cónclave {m}  :: conclave
Cándida {prop}  :: female given name, female variant of Cándido
cándido {adj}  :: naive, candid
cándido {adj}  :: straightforward
Cándido {prop}  :: male given name, male variant of Cándida
cóndilo {m} [anatomy]  :: condyle
cóndor {m}  :: condor
cíngaro {adj}  :: Romani, Gypsy
cíngaro {f}  :: Rom, Gypsy
cínicamente {adv}  :: cynically
cínico {adj}  :: cynical
cínico {f}  :: cynic
cónico {adj}  :: conic
cnidario {adj}  :: cnidarian
cnidario {m}  :: cnidarian
cánido {adj}  :: canine
cánido {m}  :: canine
cénit {m}  :: zenith
cónsul {m}  :: consul
CNT {initialism} [politics]  :: initialism of [[confederación (An anarcho-syndicalist trades union founded in Barcelona in 1911.)
cántabro {adj}  :: Cantabrian
cántabro {f}  :: Cantabrian
cántara {f}  :: A unit of liquid measurement used in Spain, primarily for wine; equal to 16.133 liters or four cuartillas
cántaro {m}  :: amphora
cántaro {m}  :: jug, jar
cántico {m}  :: canticle
céntimo {m}  :: A former monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Mozambican metica
céntimo {m}  :: A former monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Spanish peseta
céntimo {m}  :: A monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Bolivian peseta
céntimo {m}  :: A monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Costa Rican colón
céntimo {m}  :: A monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Peruvian nuevo sol
céntimo {m}  :: A monetary subdivision, equivalent to a 1/100th of a Philippine peso
céntrico {adj}  :: central
céntrico {adj}  :: located in the center, centrally
cónyuge {m}  :: spouse, consort
co {m} [Aragon, colloquial]  :: dude, friend
coa {f} [Chile]  :: low-class or criminal jargon, prison slang
coa {f}  :: primitive hoe, a sharp wooden rod formerly used by Native Americans to till the soil
coña {f}  :: mockery, ridicule
coña {f}  :: not a synonym of coño
coñac {m}  :: cognac
coacción {f}  :: coercion
coaccionada {v} [feminine past participle of, coaccionar]  ::
coaccionadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coaccionar]  ::
coaccionados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coaccionar]  ::
coaccionar {v}  :: to coerce
coactuar {v}  :: to act together
coa de jima {f}  :: A long, machete-like knife used by a jimador to cut the leaves from the piñas of an agave
coadyuvada {v} [feminine past participle of, coadyuvar]  ::
coadyuvadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coadyuvar]  ::
coadyuvados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coadyuvar]  ::
coadyuvar {v}  :: to collaborate
coadyuvar {v}  :: to help achieve something
coagulación {f}  :: coagulation
coagulante {adj}  :: coagulative
coagulante {m}  :: coagulant
coagular {v}  :: to clot; to coagulate
Coahuila {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
coahuilense {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Coahuila
coala {m}  :: koala
coalición {f}  :: coalition
coartada {f}  :: alibi
coartadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coartar]  ::
coartado {adj} [lb, es, slavery]  :: freed under certain circumstances
coartados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coartar]  ::
coartar {v}  :: to limit
coasegurador {f}  :: coinsurer
coatí {m}  :: coati
coaticito {m}  :: young coati
Coatzacoalcos {prop}  :: Coatzacoalcos (city)
Coatzacoalcos {prop}  :: Coatzacoalcos (river)
coautor {m}  :: coauthor
coñazo {m} [Spain, vulgar]  :: An extreme annoyance
coñazo {m} [Venezuela, vulgar]  :: Hit, blow. Also, meaning “all of a sudden”
cobalto {m}  :: cobalt
cobani {m} [vesre]  :: policeman
cobardía {f}  :: cowardice
cobarde {adj}  :: cowardly, craven
cobarde {m}  :: coward
cobarde {m}  :: weakling
cobaya {f} [figuratively]  :: guinea pig (person used for experimentation)
cobaya {f}  :: guinea pig (animal)
cobaya {f}  :: guinea pig meat, eaten in may parts of Latin America
cobertizo {m}  :: shed, shack
cobertura {f}  :: cover
cobertura {f}  :: coverage
cobertura {f}  :: reception
cobija {f}  :: blanket
cobijar {vr}  :: to take refuge
cobijar {vt}  :: to cover
cobijar {vt}  :: to protect
cobijar {vt}  :: to shelter
cobijo {m} [figuratively]  :: protection, refuge
cobijo {m}  :: shelter, covering
cobra {f}  :: cobra
cobrado {adj}  :: charged
cobrar {v}  :: to charge (money, etc.)
cobrar {v}  :: to collect
cobrar {v}  :: to gather up (strength, bravery etc.)
cobrar {v}  :: to pay for something (get one's dues)
cobrar forma {v}  :: to take shape
cobre {m}  :: copper
cobrizo {adj}  :: copper-colored
cobrizo {adj}  :: coppery
cobro {m}  :: cashing
cobro {m}  :: charge
cobro {m}  :: payment, paying
coca {f}  :: coca
coca {f}  :: Coke (Coca-Cola, a trademarked soft drink)
coca {f} [colloquial]  :: cocaine
cocainómana {f}  :: feminine form of cocainómano
cocainómano {f}  :: cocaine addict
cocainomanía {f}  :: addiction to cocaine
cocaína {f}  :: cocaine
coccigectomía {f}  :: coccygectomy
coceada {v} [feminine past participle of, cocear]  ::
coceadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cocear]  ::
coceados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cocear]  ::
cocear {v}  :: to kick
cocer {vp}  :: to chafe (get sore)
cocer {vr} [cocerse]  :: to brew
cocer {v}  :: to boil
cochambroso {adj}  :: squalid, filthy
cochayuyo {m}  :: Edible alga Durvillaea antarctica
coche {m}  :: car
cochecito {m}  :: diminutive form of coche
cochecito {m}  :: pram
coche eléctrico {m}  :: electric car
coche patrulla {f}  :: patrol car
cochero {m}  :: charioteer
cochero {m}  :: coachman
cochinada {f}  :: Filth, a disgusting or obscene act, situation, quality, or state
cochinilla {f}  :: cochineal (animal and dye)
cochinilla {f}  :: pill bug (especially Armadillidium vulgare)
cochinilla de humedad {f}  :: woodlouse
cochinillo {m}  :: suckling pig
cochino {adj}  :: dirty (as in an action done by a child like eating with dirty hands)
cochino {m}  :: pervert
cochino {m}  :: pig, hog
cochón {m} [Nicaragua]  :: coward
cochón {m} [Nicaragua, Honduras]  :: homosexual
cocido {adj}  :: cooked, boiled
cocido {adj}  :: sore (having an injured skin)
cocido {m} [Spain]  :: stew (dish)
cociente {m}  :: quotient
cociente de inteligencia {m}  :: intelligence quotient
cocina {f}  :: cuisine
cocina {f} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: back seats of a bus
cocina {f}  :: kitchen
cocina {f}  :: stove, oven, kiln
cocinado {adj}  :: cooked
cocinar {v}  :: to cook
cocinera {f}  :: (female) cook
cocinería {f}  :: a small restaurant
cocinero {f}  :: cook
cocinilla {f}  :: diminutive form of cocina; small kitchen
cocinilla {m}  :: amateur chef
Cocito {prop}  :: Cocytus
cocktelería {f}  :: cocktail bar
coco {m}  :: bogeyman
coco {m}  :: coconut
coco {m} [colloquial, Chile]  :: testicle
coco {m} [colloquial]  :: head (because of a slight resemblance to a head); brain
cococha {f}  :: The fleshy underpart of a fish's jaw, a delicacy in Basque cuisine
cocodrilo {m}  :: A crocodile or alligator
cocolitóforo {m}  :: coccolithophore, coccolithophorid
cocolitofórido {m}  :: coccolithophore, coccolithophorid
cocota {f}  :: human head
cocotal {m}  :: A grove of coconut palms
cocotazo {m} [Puerto Rican, Cuban or Dominican , slang]  :: hit on the head with the knuckles
cocotero {m}  :: coconut palm
coctel {m}  :: cocktail
coctelería {f}  :: cocktail shop
codazo {m}  :: elbow (A hit with the elbow)
codear {vr} [codearse con]  :: to rub shoulders with
codear {v}  :: to elbow
codera {f}  :: elbow pad
codera {f}  :: elbow patch
codescubridor {f}  :: codiscoverer
codeso {m} [botany]  :: laburnum
codicia {f} [archaic]  :: lust
codicia {f}  :: greed, avarice
codiciable {adj}  :: appealing, desirable
codiciada {v} [feminine past participle of, codiciar]  ::
codiciadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, codiciar]  ::
codiciados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, codiciar]  ::
codiciar {v}  :: to covet
codicilo {m} [legal]  :: codicil (an addendum to, retraction from, or explanation of a will)
codicioso {adj}  :: greedy
codificar {v}  :: to codify
codificar {v}  :: to encode
codito {m} [El Salvador, Panama]  :: elbow macaroni
codón {m} [biology]  :: codon
codo {adj} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: selfish, avaricious
codo {m} [anatomy]  :: elbow
codo {m}  :: cubit (measure)
codo con codo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: side by side
codorniz {f}  :: quail
coeficiente {adj}  :: coefficient
coeficiente {m} [mathematics]  :: coefficient
coenzima {f} [biochemistry]  :: coenzyme
coesposo {f}  :: co-husband: the relationship of two men who are married to the same woman.
coesposo {f} [religion]  :: The Holy Spirit and Joseph as co-spouses of the Virgin Mary
coexistente {adj}  :: coexistent
coexistir {v}  :: to coexist
cofactor {m} [biochemistry]  :: cofactor
cofia {f}  :: cap (head covering of a nurse or waitress)
cofinanciación {f}  :: joint financing
cofín {m} [rare]  :: basket
cofradía {f}  :: brotherhood
cofrade {m}  :: brother (member of a guild or brotherhood)
cofrade {m}  :: sister (member of a guild or sisterhood)
cofre {m}  :: bonnet, hood (engine compartment of a car)
cofre {m}  :: safe
cofre {m}  :: trunk, chest
cofundador {f}  :: A co-founder, a male co-founder
coger {v} [Spain]  :: to board (means of transportation)
coger {v} [Spain]  :: to choose (a direction, route, when driving or walking)
coger {v} [Spain]  :: to imitate, to learn
coger {v} [Spain]  :: to turn to (when driving or walking)
coger {v}  :: to pick, to harvest; to fish
coger {v}  :: to seize, to arrest; to overtake
coger {v}  :: to take, to catch, to hold, to get
coger {v} [vulgar, Argentina, Paraguay, Mexico, Central America]  :: to have sex
coger el toro por los cuernos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take the bull by the horns
cogerle {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coger, le, mood=inf]  ::
cogerlo {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coger, lo, mood=inf]  ::
cogerme {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coger, me, mood=inf]  ::
coger por los huevos {v} [idiomatic, slang]  :: to have someone by the balls
cogerte {v} [es-compound of, cog, er, coger, te, mood=inf]  ::
cogida {f}  :: harvest
cogida {f}  :: taking
cogida {f}  :: the tossing of a bull-fighter by a bull
cogida {v} [feminine past participle of, coger]  ::
cogidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coger]  ::
cogido {adj}  :: taken (by the hand etc.)
cogido {m}  :: fold
cogidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coger]  ::
cognado {adj}  :: cognate (derived from the same roots)
cognado {m}  :: cognate
cogollo {m} [botany]  :: shoot
cogollo {m} [botany]  :: top portion of a tree
cogollo {m}  :: lettuce or other vegetable heart
cogombro {m}  :: alternative form of cohombro
cogote {m}  :: nape (of the neck)
coguionista {m}  :: co-scriptwriter
cogujada {f}  :: crested lark (Galerida cristata)
coágulo {m}  :: blood clot
coágulo {m}  :: clot
cohechar {vt}  :: to bribe (a government official)
cohecho {m}  :: bribe
cohecho {m}  :: bribing, bribery
coherencia {f}  :: coherence
coherente {adj}  :: cogent
coherente {adj}  :: coherent
cohesión {f}  :: cohesion
cohesina {f} [protein]  :: cohesin
cohesionar {v} [formal]  :: To unite
cohete {m}  :: A rocket
cohete {m} [San Antonio]  :: A pistol
cohibida {v} [feminine past participle of, cohibir]  ::
cohibidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cohibir]  ::
cohibidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cohibir]  ::
cohibir {v}  :: to restrain
cohombro {m}  :: cucumber
cohonder {v} [obsolete]  :: confundir
cohondida {v} [feminine past participle of, cohonder]  ::
cohondidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cohonder]  ::
cohondidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cohonder]  ::
cohorte {m}  :: cohort
coima {f}  :: bribe
coimeada {v} [feminine past participle of, coimear]  ::
coimeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coimear]  ::
coimeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coimear]  ::
coimear {v}  :: to bribe
coincidencia {f}  :: coincidence
coincidente {adj}  :: coincident
coincidir {v}  :: to agree
coincidir {v}  :: to coincide
coipo {m}  :: coypu
coital {adj}  :: coital
coito {m}  :: sexual intercourse
coito interrupto {m}  :: alternative form of coitus interruptus
coitus interruptus {m}  :: coitus interruptus
cojeada {v} [feminine past participle of, cojear]  ::
cojeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cojear]  ::
cojeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cojear]  ::
cojear {v}  :: to limp
cojera {f}  :: limp
cojinete {m}  :: diminutive form of cojín
cojinete {m} [mechanics]  :: bearing
cojinete {m}  :: pincushion
cojín {m}  :: cushion
cojón {m} [vulgar slang]  :: testicle
cojo {adj} [figuratively]  :: lame, defective, shaky
cojo {adj}  :: lame, crippled
cojo {f}  :: lame person, lame man
cojones {mp} [vulgar, slang]  :: balls (courage)
cojonudo {adj} [vulgar]  :: great, brilliant, ballsy. confer British English the bollocks
cojonudo {interj} [vulgar]  :: great! brilliant! ballsy!
cojudo {adj}  :: not castrated
cojudo {m}  :: Any animal that has not been castrated
cojudo {m} [Spain]  :: one who acts stupid
cojudo {m}  :: stallion
col {f}  :: cabbage
cola {f} [Chile, LGBT, sometimes pejorative]  :: gayboy, homo
cola {f}  :: cola (drink)
cola {f}  :: glue
cola {f}  :: kola (nut)
cola {f}  :: line [US]; queue [UK]
cola {f} [slightly, obscene]  :: ass, the buttocks
cola {f}  :: tail
-cola {suffix}  :: cultivator, breeder (forming nouns and adjectives)
-cola {suffix}  :: inhabitant (forming nouns and adjectives)
colaboración {f}  :: collaboration
colaborador {f}  :: collaborator
colaboradora {f}  :: (female) collaborator
colaborar {v}  :: to collaborate
colación {f}  :: light meal, collation, snack
colada {f}  :: a crush, smitten
cola de caballo {f}  :: horse tail
cola de caballo {f}  :: horsetail (a plant of the genus Equisetum)
cola de caballo {f}  :: ponytail
cola de rata {f}  :: A rattail hairstyle
coladero {m}  :: colander
coladero {m}  :: narrow pass or road
coladito {adj} [slang]  :: diminutive form of colad
colado {adj}  :: crazy (about someone); having the hots (for)
colador {m}  :: colander
colador {m}  :: sieve
coladuria {f}  :: laundry (room)
colangiografía {f}  :: cholangiography
colapsada {v} [feminine past participle of, colapsar]  ::
colapsadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, colapsar]  ::
colapsado {adj}  :: collapsed
colapsados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, colapsar]  ::
colapsar {v}  :: to collapse
colapso {m}  :: collapse
colar {v} [colloquial]  :: to dupe, hoodwink
colar {v} [colloquial]  :: to missay, say wrongly
colar {v} [Dominican Republic]  :: to prepare coffee
colar {vr} [colloquial]  :: to fall for, fall in love
colar {vr} [colloquial]  :: to sneak in, to crash
colar {v}  :: to sift
colateral {adj}  :: collateral
colcha {f}  :: bedspread
colcha {f}  :: blanket
col china {f}  :: Chinese cabbage
colchón {m}  :: mattress
colchonero {m}  :: carpetmaker
colchonero {m} [soccer]  :: A supporter, player or coach of Atlético Madrid
col de Bruselas {m}  :: Brussels sprout
cole {m} [colloquial]  :: school
colear {v}  :: to wag one's tail
colección {f}  :: collection
coleccionada {v} [feminine past participle of, coleccionar]  ::
coleccionadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coleccionar]  ::
coleccionados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coleccionar]  ::
coleccionar {v}  :: to collect
coleccionista {m}  :: collector
colecistectomía {f} [surgery]  :: cholecystectomy
colecistocinina {f} [hormone]  :: cholecystokinin
colecistoquinina {f} [hormone]  :: cholecystokinin
colecta {f}  :: collection, alms (collection of money for a certain purpose especially during a church service)
colectada {v} [feminine past participle of, colectar]  ::
colectadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, colectar]  ::
colectados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, colectar]  ::
colectar {v}  :: to collect
colectivismo {m}  :: collectivism
colectivo {adj}  :: collective
colectivo {m} [Argentina]  :: public bus
colectivo {m}  :: association
colectomía {f}  :: colectomy
colector {f}  :: collector
colectora {f}  :: collector
colega {f}  :: colleague
colega {f} [colloquial, Spain]  :: buddy
colegiado {adj}  :: professional, having gone on a professional course
colegiado {adj}  :: qualified
colegiala {f}  :: schoolgirl
colegida {v} [feminine past participle of, colegir]  ::
colegidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, colegir]  ::
colegidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, colegir]  ::
colegio {m}  :: school
colegio electoral {m} [politics]  :: electoral college
colegir {v}  :: to infer or conclude, to gather
colerina {f}  :: cholerine
colestasis {f} [medicine]  :: cholestasis
colesterol {m}  :: cholesterol
coletazo {m}  :: A hit with a tail
coletazo {m}  :: [usually in plural] final day, ending
colgado {adj} [colloquial]  :: crazy
colgado {adj} [colloquial]  :: stoned (on drugs)
colgado {adj}  :: hanging
colgador {m}  :: A clothes hook, hanger
colgante {adj}  :: hanging
colgante {m}  :: pendant (hanging earring)
colgante {m}  :: pendant (hanging piece of jewllery)
colgar {v} [colloquial]  :: to hang out, relax with someone
colgar {v}  :: to hang
colgar {v}  :: to hang up
colágeno {m} [protein]  :: collagen
colibrí {m}  :: hummingbird
coliflor {m}  :: cauliflower
colihue {m} [Argentina, Chile]  :: a type of bamboo (chusquea coleou)
colihue {m} [slang, Chile]  :: gay (homosexual man)
colilla {f}  :: butt (remnant of a smoked cigarette)
Colima {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
colimba {m} [vesre]  :: military conscript
colimbo ártico {m}  :: The black-throated diver. A seabird
colimense {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Colima
colimeño {adj}  :: (of a person) Of or from the Mexican state of Colima
colina {f} [geography]  :: hill
colina {f} [organic compound]  :: choline
colinabo {m}  :: rutabaga
colindada {v} [feminine past participle of, colindar]  ::
colindadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, colindar]  ::
colindados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, colindar]  ::
colindante {adj}  :: contiguous
colindar {v}  :: to adjoin
colinesterasa {f} [enzyme]  :: cholinesterase
colipasa {f} [enzyme]  :: colipase
colirrábano {m}  :: kohlrabi
colirrojo tizón {m}  :: The black redstart. A bird
coliseo {m}  :: coliseum
colisionador {m}  :: collider
colista {m}  :: queuer
colista {m} [sports]  :: team bottom of a league
colita {m}  :: diminutive form of cola, (buttocks) caboose, booty
colita {m}  :: diminutive form of cola, (homo), fagboy, gayboy
colita {m}  :: diminutive form of cola, little tail
colitis {f}  :: colitis
colitis {f}  :: diarrhea
colitosa {f} [organic compound, carbohydrate]  :: colitose
collar {m}  :: An animal's collar, band or chain around its neck
collar {m}  :: A necklace
collarín {m}  :: ruff (circular frill or ruffle on a garment)
collarín {m}  :: surgical collar
colleja {f}  :: campion
colleja {f}  :: Slap on the nape
colmadamente {adv}  :: copiously; dearly; excessively
colmado {adj}  :: full; copious
colmado {m} [Dominican Republic]  :: local general store that is often also a social gather point
colmado {m} [Spain]  :: limited corner store
colmar {v}  :: to fill
colmar {v}  :: to fulfill
colmar {v}  :: to overwhelm
colmena {f}  :: beehive
colmenar {m}  :: An apiary, a place where beehives are kept
colmenero {f}  :: beekeeper
colmillo {m}  :: canine tooth
colmillo {m}  :: tusk, fang
colmo {adj}  :: height
colmo {adj}  :: summit, top
colmo {m}  :: the extreme of a situation
colón {m}  :: colón (currency)
Colón {prop}  :: Any of several cities in Latin America, especially the second city of Panama
Colón {prop}  :: Columbus
Colón {prop}  :: Spanish surname
colocación {f} [linguistics]  :: collocation
colocado {adj} [colloquial]  :: high (slang: stoned)
colocar {vr} [slang]  :: to take drugs
colocar {v}  :: to place
colocar {v}  :: to put
colodrillo {m}  :: occiput
colofón {m}  :: climax, culmination
colofón {m} [printing]  :: colophon
Colombia {prop}  :: Colombia
colombiana {f}  :: Colombian (female)
colombiano {adj}  :: Colombian
colombiano {f}  :: Colombian
colon {m} [anatomy, grammar, rhetoric]  :: colon
colona {f}  :: feminine form of colono
colonia {f}  :: colony
colonia {f} [Mexico]  :: neighbourhood
Colonia {prop}  :: Cologne (city in Germany)
colonial {adj}  :: colonial
colonialista {adj}  :: colonialist
colonialista {m}  :: colonialist
colonia penal {f}  :: penal colony
colonista {m}  :: colonist, settler
colonista {m}  :: pilgrim
colonización {f}  :: colonization
colonizar {v}  :: to colonize
colono {f}  :: colonist, settler
colono {f}  :: farmer that normally lives and works on the same land
coloproctología {f}  :: coloproctology
coloquial {adj}  :: colloquial
coloquialmente {adv}  :: colloquially
coloquio {m}  :: colloquy, discussion
color {m}  :: character
color {m}  :: color, colour, hue
color {m}  :: (poker) flush
color {m}  :: pretext, motive, reason
color {m}  :: race, ethnicity
color {m}  :: rouge (cosmetics)
color {m}  :: side, party, faction
colorado {adj}  :: coloured
colorado {adj}  :: red
Colorado {prop}  :: Colorado
colorante {adj}  :: coloring
colorante {m}  :: colorant
colorar {v} [dated]  :: to color
colorar {v}  :: to dye, tint
coloreada {v} [feminine past participle of, colorear]  ::
coloreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, colorear]  ::
coloreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, colorear]  ::
colorear {v}  :: to color
colorear {v}  :: to ripen
colorido {m}  :: coloring, coloration, color
colorín {adj}  :: red haired
colorín {f}  :: redhead, red haired person
colorrectal {adj}  :: colorectal
colosal {adj}  :: colossal
coloso {m}  :: colossus
colostomía {f}  :: colostomy
colpa {f}  :: colcothar used as a flux for silver
colérico {adj}  :: choleric (easily becoming angry)
col rizada {f}  :: kale
coludir {v}  :: to conspire; to be in cahoots
columbario {m}  :: columbarium
columela {f} [mycology, biology, anatomy]  :: columella
columense {adj}  :: Of or from Santa Coloma de Gramanet
columense {m}  :: Someone from Santa Coloma de Gramanet
columna {f} [architecture]  :: A column; a circular support
columnata {f}  :: colonnade
columnatas {fp}  :: colonnades
columna vertebral {f}  :: vertebral column
columnista {m}  :: columnist
columpiada {v} [feminine past participle of, columpiar]  ::
columpiadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, columpiar]  ::
columpiados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, columpiar]  ::
columpiar {v}  :: to swing
columpio {m}  :: swing
coluro {m} [astronomy]  :: colure
colutorio {m}  :: mouthwash
col verde {f}  :: collard greens
colza {f}  :: colza
coma {f}  :: [church] misericord
coma {f}  :: coma
coma {f}  :: comma
coma {f} [music]  :: section
coma {f} [rare]  :: mane
comadre {f}  :: A very dear and honoured female friend.
comadre {f} [colloquial]  :: go-between
comadre {f}  :: gossip
comadre {f}  :: midwife
comadre {f}  :: The godmother of one's child.
comadre {f}  :: The mother of one's godchild.
comadreada {v} [feminine past participle of, comadrear]  ::
comadreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comadrear]  ::
comadreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comadrear]  ::
comadrear {v} [colloquial]  :: to gossip
comadreja {f}  :: weasel
comadrona {f}  :: midwife
comal {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: A flat, pan-like clay or metal griddle used to cook tortillas or other foods
comanche {adj}  :: Comanche (of or pertaining to the people, their culture, or language)
comanche {m}  :: A Comanche
comanche {prop}  :: Comanche (language)
comandancia {f}  :: command
comandancia {f}  :: commandancy
comandante {m}  :: commander
comandar {v}  :: to lead
comando {m}  :: commando
comarca {f}  :: district
comarcal {adj} [attributive]  :: district
comatoso {adj}  :: comatose
combada {v} [feminine past participle of, combar]  ::
combadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, combar]  ::
combados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, combar]  ::
combar {v}  :: to curve
combate {m}  :: combat
combatiente {adj}  :: fighting, fight-
combatiente {m}  :: fighter
combatiente {m}  :: ruff (wading bird of the species Philomachus pugnax)
combatir {v}  :: to combat or fight
combativo {adj}  :: combative
combayana {f} [slang, Chile]  :: slut
combi {m} [Latin America]  :: minivan
combinación {f}  :: combination
combinación lineal {f} [linear algebra]  :: linear combination
combinada nórdica {f}  :: Nordic combined
combinado {adj}  :: combined
combinar {v}  :: to combine
comble {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: comble
combo {m} [Bolivia, Chile, Peru]  :: punch
combo {m} [Latin America]  :: gavel, wooden hammer
comburente {m} [chemistry]  :: oxidizing agent
combustibilidad {f}  :: combustibility
combustible {adj}  :: combustible
combustible {m}  :: fuel
combustión {f}  :: combustion
come {v} [inflection of, comer, , 2, s, pres, impr]  ::
come {v} [inflection of, comer, , 3, s, pres, indc]  ::
comecocos {m}  :: brainteaser (puzzle)
comecocos {m}  :: brainwasher
comedia {f}  :: comedy (entertainment)
comedia {f} [drama]  :: comedy
comedia {f}  :: soap opera
comedia de situación {f}  :: sitcom, situation comedy (episodic comedy television program)
comediante {m}  :: comedian
comedor {f}  :: eater (someone who eats)
comedor {m}  :: cafeteria, canteen (staff restaurant)
comedor {m}  :: dining room
comedor {m}  :: eatery
comedora {f}  :: (female) eater
comején {m}  :: white ant; termite
comejonera {f}  :: nest of white ants; nest of termites
comemierda {m} [vulgar, pejorative]  :: asshole
comensal {m}  :: messmate, commensal, fellow diner, dining companion
comentador {f}  :: commentator
comentar {v}  :: to comment (make a comment)
comentario {m}  :: comment
comentario {m}  :: commentary
comentarista {m}  :: commentator
comenzada {v} [feminine past participle of, comenzar]  ::
comenzadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comenzar]  ::
comenzados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comenzar]  ::
comenzar {v}  :: to begin
comenzar {v}  :: to commence
comer {m}  :: eating, food
comer {v} [colloquial]  :: to eat away, corrode
comer {v} [double entendre, Mexico]  :: to have sexual intercourse (because of similitude to coger)
comer {vt} [chess, board games]  :: to capture a piece
comer {v}  :: to eat
comer a dos carrillos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to stuff one's face
comerciable {adj}  :: merchantable, marketable
comerciable {adj}  :: sociable
comerciada {v} [feminine past participle of, comerciar]  ::
comerciadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comerciar]  ::
comerciados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comerciar]  ::
comercial {adj}  :: commercial
comercial {m}  :: commercial
comercializable {adj}  :: sellable, marketable
comercialización {f}  :: marketing
comercializar {v}  :: to sell, commercialize, market
comercialmente {adv}  :: commercially
comerciante {m}  :: shopkeeper
comerciante {m}  :: trader
comerciar {v}  :: to trade
comercio {m}  :: shop
comercio {m}  :: trade
comer con los ojos {v} [idiom]  :: to have eyes bigger than one's stomach
comerme {v} [es-compound of, com, er, comer, me, mood=inf]  ::
comerse {v} [es-compound of, com, er, comer, se, mood=inf]  ::
comerse el mundo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take on the world
comerte {v} [es-compound of, com, er, comer, te, mood=inf]  ::
comestible {adj}  :: comestible
comestible {m}  :: comestible
cometa {f}  :: kite
cometa {m} [astronomy]  :: comet
cometer {vt}  :: to commit
cometer {vt}  :: to make (an error, etc)
cometido {m}  :: mission, task
comezón {f}  :: itch, itching
comible {adj} [colloquial]  :: edible
comicio {m}  :: comitia; political assembly
comicio {m}  :: election
comida {f}  :: food
comida {f}  :: meal
comida {f} [slang]  :: cunnilingus
comida corrida {f} [Mexico]  :: table d’hote, a small meal of several courses at a fixed price eaten between about 1 and 4 p.m
comida rápida {f}  :: fast food
comidilla {f}  :: diminutive form of comida, an unappealing food, soylent
comidilla {f}  :: talk of the town
comienzo {m}  :: beginning
comillas {fp}  :: quotation marks (including any of «◌», “◌”, ‘◌’ or '◌')
comillas altas {fp}  :: quotation marks (of the kind like “ ”)
comillas angulares {fp}  :: guillemets
comillas bajas {fp}  :: guillemets
comillas españolas {fp}  :: guillemets
comillas inglesas {fp}  :: quotation marks (of the kind like “ ”)
comillas latinas {fp}  :: guillemets
comillas simples {fp}  :: single quotation marks (of the kind like ‘ ’)
comilón {adj}  :: gluttonous
comilón {f}  :: glutton (person who eats excessively)
comilona {f}  :: binge (period of excessive eating)
comilona {f}  :: feast
comilona {f}  :: female glutton (person who eats to excess)
comino {m}  :: cumin (plant, spice)
comisaría {f}  :: police station
comisariato {m}  :: a police station headed by a commissioner
comisariato {m}  :: The office of a commissioner of police
comisario {f}  :: commissioner
comisario {f}  :: (police) inspector
comiscar {v}  :: to nibble (eat with small bites)
comisión {f}  :: committee
comisionada {v} [feminine past participle of, comisionar]  ::
comisionadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comisionar]  ::
comisionados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comisionar]  ::
comisionar {v}  :: to commission
comiso {m} [law]  :: forfeiture
comisquear {v}  :: to nibble (eat with small bites)
comité {m}  :: committee
comitiva {f}  :: company, covey, retinue
comitiva {f}  :: cortege
comitiva {f}  :: train (group of wagons)
comitología {f}  :: comitology
comámonos {v} [es-compound of, com, er, comamos, nos, mood=imp, person=nosotros]  ::
común {adj}  :: common, joint
común {adj}  :: common, ordinary
común {adj}  :: usual
comúnmente {adv}  :: commonly
comúnmente {adv}  :: usually, frequently
común y corriente {adv}  :: typical, common
como {adv}  :: as
como {adv}  :: how
como {adv}  :: like
como agua de mayo {adv} [simile]  :: in the nick of time
como caído del cielo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: out of the blue
como de costumbre {adv}  :: as usual
comodidad {f}  :: comfort
comodidad {f}  :: convenience
comodín {m}  :: dummy, placeholder
comodín {m}  :: joker (in a game)
comodoro {f}  :: commodore
como dos gotas de agua {adj} [simile]  :: like two peas in a pod
como guste {adv} [idiomatic]  :: as much as one likes, as one feels fit
como mucho {adv} [idiomatic]  :: at best; at the most
como máximo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: at most
como quiera {interj}  :: as you wish
como quieras {interj}  :: as you like
Comoras {prop}  :: Comoros
comorense {adj}  :: Comorian
comorense {m}  :: Comorian
Comores {prop}  :: Comoros
como resultado {adv}  :: thus; as a result of
como si {conj} [with imperfect subjunctive]  :: as if
como si tal cosa {adv} [idiomatic]  :: as if it were nothing
como si te la pica un pollo {phrase} [colloquial]  :: I don't give a rat's ass
como tas {interj}  :: informal form of cómo estás
como una cabra {adj} [colloquial]  :: mad, out of one's mind, nuts
como una cuba {adj} [colloquial, idiomatic]  :: drunk as a skunk
como una regadera {adj} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: nuts, bonkers
como una tapia {adj} [idiomatic]  :: deaf as a post
compa {m} [slang, US, Mexico]  :: buddy
compañía {f}  :: companion
compañía {f}  :: companionship
compañía {f}  :: company
compactación {f}  :: compacting
compactada {v} [feminine past participle of, compactar]  ::
compactadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, compactar]  ::
compactados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, compactar]  ::
compactar {v}  :: to compress
compadecer {v}  :: to feel sorry (for); to pity
compadrazgo {m}  :: A form of fictive kinship found in a Latin American culture, meaning literally co-parents but referring to co-godparenthood or joint sponsorship of a godchild or ritual object
compadre {m} [Argentina]  :: person of the generation whose parents fought in Argentina's war of independence from Spain.
compadre {m} [colloquial]  :: father of one's child's spouse.
compadre {m}  :: friend
compadre {m}  :: Godfather of one's child.
compadre {m} [Mexico]  :: binge or partying habitual companion
compadre {m} [Nicaragua, colloquial]  :: The relation between a man and his wife's lover, or in the case of divorce, the relation between the previous and current husband. In general, the relation between two men who have been involved with the same woman
compadre {m}  :: Parent of one's godchild.
compadrito {m} [Argentina]  :: person of the generation whose grandfathers fought in Argentina's war of independence from Spain.
compadrito {m}  :: diminutive form of compadre
compañera {f}  :: feminine form of compañero (female) fellow, companion; (female) comrade; (female) colleague
compañero {f}  :: colleague
compañero {f}  :: comrade
compañero {f}  :: fellow, companion
compañero {f}  :: friend, buddy
compañero de fórmula {m} [politics]  :: running mate
compaginada {v} [feminine past participle of, compaginar]  ::
compaginadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, compaginar]  ::
compaginados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, compaginar]  ::
compaginar {vr} [~se con]  :: to agree with; to match
compaginar {vt}  :: to collate
companaje {m}  :: cold cuts in a sandwich
comparable {adj}  :: comparable
comparación {f}  :: comparison
comparar {v}  :: to compare
comparativo {adj}  :: comparative
comparativo {m}  :: comparative
comparecencia {f} [legal]  :: appearance (in court)
comparecer {v} [legal with preposition ante]  :: to appear, show up (at a court or authority)
compareciente {m} [legal]  :: appearing party
comparsa {f}  :: A group of people all dressed up in the same clothing, especially for a carnival
comparsa {f} [film, theatre]  :: Collectively, the extras
comparsa {f} [film, theatre]  :: extra
comparsa {f}  :: troupe
compartido {adj}  :: divided between
compartido {adj}  :: shared
compartimiento {m}  :: chamber
compartimiento {m}  :: compartment
compartir {v}  :: to share
compartirlo {v} [es-compound of, compart, ir, compartir, lo, mood=inf]  ::
compasión {f}  :: compassion, sympathy
compasivo {adj}  :: compassionate
compatibilidad {f}  :: compatibility
compatible {adj}  :: compatible
compatriota {m}  :: compatriot
compeler {v}  :: to compel
compelida {v} [feminine past participle of, compeler]  ::
compelidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, compeler]  ::
compelidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, compeler]  ::
compendiar {v}  :: to abridge, to shorten
compenetrarse {v}  :: to understand or get along with (one another)
compensación {f}  :: compensation
compensar {v}  :: to compensate
competencia {f}  :: competence, expertise
competencia {f}  :: competition
competencia {f} [legal]  :: jurisdiction
competente {adj}  :: competent
competente {adj}  :: expert, qualified
competición {f}  :: competition
competidor {adj}  :: competing
competidor {f}  :: competitor
competidora {f}  :: (female) competitor
competir {vi}  :: to compete
competitividad {f}  :: competitiveness
competitivo {adj}  :: competitive
compi {m} [colloquial]  :: mate, buddy (friend)
compilar {v} [computing]  :: to compile (a program)
compilar {v}  :: to compile (to put together)
compincharse {v}  :: to gang up
compinche {m}  :: homie, shill
complacencia {f}  :: satisfaction
complacer {m}  :: concession
complacer {v}  :: please
complacer {v}  :: satisfy
complacido {adj}  :: content, satisfied, happy
complejidad {f}  :: complexity
complejo {adj}  :: complex
complejo {m}  :: complex
complejo {m}  :: complex (of buildings)
complementar {v}  :: to complement
complementario {adj}  :: complementary
complemento {m}  :: accessory
complemento {m} [grammar, mathematics, music]  :: complement
complemento {m} [grammar]  :: object
complemento {m}  :: perfection
complemento agente {m} [grammar]  :: agent
complemento directo {m} [grammar]  :: direct object
complemento indirecto {m} [grammar]  :: indirect object
completado {adj}  :: completed
completado {adj}  :: finished
completamente {adv}  :: completely
completar {v}  :: to complete
completitud {f}  :: completion
completo {adj}  :: completed
completo {adj}  :: full, complete
completo {m} [Chile]  :: hot dog
complexión {f}  :: physical constitution
complicación {f}  :: complication
complicada {v} [feminine past participle of, complicar]  ::
complicadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, complicar]  ::
complicado {adj}  :: complicated; complex
complicados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, complicar]  ::
complicadísimo {adj}  :: Very complicated; hard as hell
complicar {v}  :: to complicate
complicidad {f}  :: complicity, connivance
complot {m} [colloquial]  :: plot, conspiracy
complutense {adj}  :: From Alcalá de Henares
complutense {m}  :: Someone from Alcalá de Henares
componente {adj}  :: component
componente {m}  :: component
componente {m}  :: member
componer {v}  :: to compose, make up
componer {v}  :: to compose (write music)
componer {v}  :: to repair, fix
comportamiento {m}  :: behavior
comportar {v} [Latin America]  :: to entail
comportar {v}  :: to tolerate
comportarse {v} [es-compound of, comport, ar, comportar, se, mood=inf]  ::
comportarte {v} [es-compound of, comport, ar, comportar, te, mood=inf]  ::
comporte {m}  :: comport, behavior
composición {f}  :: composition
compositor {f}  :: composer
compostelano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Santiago de Compostela
compostelano {f}  :: Someone from Santiago de Compostela
compra {f}  :: buying
compra {f}  :: purchase
comprable {adj}  :: buyable
comprador {adj}  :: buying
comprador {f}  :: buyer
comprar {v}  :: to buy
comprarle {v} [es-compound of, compr, ar, , le, mood=inf]  ::
comprarlos {v} [es-compound of, compr, ar, comprar, los, mood=inf]  ::
comprarme {v} [es-compound of, compr, ar, comprar, me, mood=inf]  ::
comprarte {v} [es-compound of, compr, ar, comprar, te, mood=inf]  ::
compraventa {f}  :: trade
comprehender {v}  :: obsolete spelling of comprender
comprehensión {f}  :: rare form of comprensión
comprehensivo {adj}  :: alternative form of comprensivo
comprender {v}  :: to understand, to comprehend
comprendida {v} [feminine past participle of, comprender]  ::
comprendidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comprender]  ::
comprendidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comprender]  ::
comprensible {adj}  :: understandable, comprehensible
comprensión {f}  :: comprehension
comprensivo {adj}  :: comprehensive, understanding
compresa {f}  :: sanitary towel
compresión {f}  :: compression
comprimido {m}  :: a small pill
comprimir {v}  :: to compress
comprobable {adj}  :: provable, verifiable
comprobación {f}  :: a test; an action of proof
comprobada {v} [feminine past participle of, comprobar]  ::
comprobadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comprobar]  ::
comprobado {adj}  :: verified
comprobados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comprobar]  ::
comprobante {m}  :: receipt, voucher, proof
comprobar {v}  :: to check; to verify
comprobar {v}  :: to prove
comprobarlo {v} [es-compound of, comprob, ar, comprobar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
comprobarlos {v} [es-compound of, comprob, ar, comprobar, los, mood=inf]  ::
comprometedor {adj}  :: compromising
comprometer {v}  :: to compromise
comprometerse {v} [es-compound of, compromet, er, comprometer, se, mood=inf]  ::
comprometerse {v}  :: to commit (a=to), to undertake (a=to)
comprometida {f}  :: fiancée
comprometido {adj}  :: engaged
comprometido {f}  :: fiancé
compromisario {m}  :: delegate of a convention
compromiso {m}  :: commitment
compromiso {m} [legal]  :: compromise
compórtate {v} [es-compound of, comport, ar, comporta, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
compruébalo {v} [es-compound of, comprob, ar, comprueba, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
compás {m} [music]  :: beat
compás {m}  :: pair of compasses (tool used to draw circles)
compás {m}  :: rhythm
compu {f} [informal]  :: alternative form of computadora
compuerta {f}  :: hatch
compuerta {f}  :: sluice
compuerta {f}  :: weir
compuesta {f} [botany]  :: a composite; a flower or plant in the sunflower family, Compositae
compuesto {adj}  :: compound, composite
compuesto {adj} [mathematics]  :: composite (non-prime)
compuesto y sin novia {adj}  :: all dressed up and nowhere to go
compulsión {f}  :: compulsion
compulsión {f}  :: obsession
compulsivamente {adv}  :: compulsively
compulsivo {adj}  :: compulsive
computación {f}  :: computation
computación {f}  :: computer science
computación en la nube {f}  :: cloud computing
computador {m}  :: computer
computadora {f}  :: computer
computadora de mesa {f}  :: desktop computer
computadora de sobremesa {f}  :: desktop computer
computadora portátil {f}  :: notebook (computer), laptop
computador de mesa {m}  :: desktop computer
computador de sobremesa {m}  :: desktop computer
computador portátil {m}  :: notebook (computer), laptop
computar {v}  :: to compute
computín {m}  :: geek, computer nerd
comuña {f}  :: a mixture of wheat and rye
comuña {f}  :: any seed, grain or oat, except barley, wheat or rye
comulgada {v} [feminine past participle of, comulgar]  ::
comulgadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, comulgar]  ::
comulgados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, comulgar]  ::
comulgar {v}  :: to communicate
comulgar {v}  :: to receive communion
comuna {f}  :: commune
comunícame {v} [es-compound of, comunic, ar, comunica, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
comunero {m}  :: Comunero, rebel
comunicable {adj}  :: communicable
comunicación {f}  :: communication
comunicado {m}  :: communiqué
comunicador {m}  :: communicator, one who communicates
comunicar {v}  :: communicate
comunicarme {v} [es-compound of, comunic, ar, comunicar, me, mood=inf]  ::
comunicarnos {v} [es-compound of, comunic, ar, comunicar, nos, mood=inf]  ::
comunicarse {v} [es-compound of, comunic, ar, comunicar, se, mood=inf]  ::
comunidad {f}  :: community
comunidad autónoma {f}  :: autonomous community
Comunidad de Estados Independientes {prop}  :: Commonwealth of Independent States (successor to the Soviet Union)
comunión {f}  :: communion
comunión {f}  :: Communion
comunismo {m}  :: communism (philosophy)
comunista {adj}  :: communist, Communist
comunista {m}  :: communist, Communist
comunitario {adj} [attributive]  :: community
comuníqueme {v} [es-compound of, comunic, ar, comunique, me, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
con- {prefix}  :: with
con {prep}  :: on
con {prep}  :: with
CONAE {abbr}  :: Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales (English: National Space Activities Commission) of Argentina
concadenar {v}  :: to concatenate; to chain or link together
concatenación {f}  :: series, linking, concatenation
concatenar {v}  :: to concatenate
concavidad {f}  :: concavity
concebible {adj}  :: conceivable, cogitable
concebir {vi}  :: to conceive, become pregnant
concebir {vt}  :: to conceive, imagine
concebir {vt}  :: to understand
conceder {v}  :: to agree about
conceder {v}  :: to grant, to concede, to admit, to bestow
concejal {f}  :: member of a council, councilman
concejala {f}  :: councilwoman
concejo {m}  :: council
concentración {f}  :: concentration
concentrado {adj}  :: concentrated
concentrado {m}  :: concentrate
concentrar {v}  :: to concentrate
concentrarme {v} [es-compound of, concentr, ar, concentrar, me, mood=inf]  ::
concentrarnos {v} [es-compound of, concentr, ar, concentrar, nos, mood=inf]  ::
concentrarse {v} [es-compound of, concentr, ar, concentrar, se, mood=inf]  ::
concentrarte {v} [es-compound of, concentr, ar, concentrar, te, mood=inf]  ::
concepción {f}  :: conception
Concepción {prop}  :: Any of a number of places in Latin America
Concepción {prop}  :: female given name
concepto {m}  :: concept
conceptualizar {v}  :: to conceptualize
concernida {v} [feminine past participle of, concernir]  ::
concernidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, concernir]  ::
concernidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, concernir]  ::
concerniente {adj}  :: concerning, related to
concernir {v}  :: to concern
concertación {f}  :: agreement, compromise
concertar {v}  :: to agree
concertar {v}  :: to arrange
concesión {f}  :: concession
concesión {f}  :: dealership, vendor
concesionario {adj}  :: dealing
concesionario {f}  :: dealer
concesionario {f}  :: dealership
concha {f}  :: seashell
concha {f}  :: shell (mollusk)
concha {f} [vulgar, Latin American Spanish]  :: cunt
Concha {prop}  :: female given name, short form of Concepción
concha de peregrino {f}  :: A shell of a scallop
concha de tu madre {interj} [vulgar]  :: alternative form of conchatumadre
conchatumadre {interj} [vulgar]  :: "your mother’s pussy" (a Spanish insult)
conchatumare {interj} [vulgar]  :: conchatumadre
conchetumadre {interj} [vulgar]  :: conchatumadre
conchetumare {interj} [vulgar]  :: conchatumadre
conchita {f}  :: diminutive form of concha
conchín {f} [protein]  :: conchiolin
concho {m} [Dominican Republic, slang]  :: car or motorcycle used for public transportation
concho {m} [Latin American Spanish]  :: dregs (rest of a drink in a glass)
conciencia {f}  :: conscience
conciencia {f}  :: consciousness
concienciar {v}  :: to make oneself aware. To learn
concienciar {v}  :: to make someone aware
concienzudamente {adv}  :: conscientiously
concienzudo {adj}  :: Conscientious
concierto {m}  :: concert
concierto {m}  :: concerto
conciliación {f}  :: conciliation, reconciliation, settlement
conciliada {v} [feminine past participle of, conciliar]  ::
conciliadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conciliar]  ::
conciliador {m}  :: conciliator
conciliados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conciliar]  ::
conciliar {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to a council
conciliar {m}  :: councilor, member of a council
conciliar {v}  :: to conciliate, to make calm
concilio {m}  :: an assembly or coterie that deals in something and its bylaws, especially a religious body
concisamente {adv}  :: concisely, briefly
conciso {adj}  :: concise
concitación {f}  :: concitation
concitador {f}  :: One that instigates or stirs up
concitar {v}  :: to instigate, excite or stir up
conciudadano {f}  :: fellow citizen
concluir {v}  :: to conclude
concluir {v}  :: to overwhelm
concluir {v}  :: to silence
conclusión {f}  :: conclusion
concluyente {adj}  :: concluding, finishing, closing
concluyente {adj}  :: conclusive, convincing, decisive
concón {m}  :: What is stuck to the bottom of a pot after cooking. Most commonly used with rice
concéntrate {v} [es-compound of, concentr, ar, concentra, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
concordancia {f} [grammar]  :: agreement, concord (agreement of words with one another in gender, number, person, or case)
concordancia {f} [in the plural]  :: concordance (alphabetical verbal index showing the places in the text of a book where each principal word may be found)
concordancia {f} [music]  :: harmony, consonance (relation between two pitches played simultaneously)
concordante {adj}  :: agreeing; in agreement; harmonious
concordar {v}  :: to agree
concorde {adj}  :: In agreement; concordant; agreeing; harmonious
concordia {f}  :: concord
concordia {f}  :: ring consisting of two interlaced parts
con creces {adv} [idiomatic]  :: by a long way
con creces {adv} [idiomatic]  :: dearly
con creces {adv} [idiomatic, finance]  :: with interest
concreción {f}  :: concretion
concretada {v} [feminine past participle of, concretar]  ::
concretadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, concretar]  ::
concretados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, concretar]  ::
concretar {v}  :: to concrete
concretar {v}  :: to explain
concretar {v}  :: to specify
concretar {v}  :: to thicken
concretizar {vt}  :: to concretize, to make real
concreto {adj}  :: concrete
concreto {adj}  :: specific
concreto {m} [Latin America]  :: concrete
concuñado {f}  :: one's brother-in-law or sister-in-law's brother; that is, one's sibling's spouse's brother (one's sister's husband's brother or one's brother's wife's brother).
concuñado {f}  :: one's spouse's brother-in-law; that is, one's sister-in-law's husband (one's spouse's sister's husband), or, the brother of one spouse in relation to the siblings of the other spouse.
concubina {f}  :: concubine
concubinato {m}  :: concubinage, cohabitation
conculcar {v}  :: to violate, infringe
concuño {f}  :: concuñado
concupiscencia {f}  :: concupiscence, ardent desire
concurrir {vi}  :: to converge, co-occur
concursada {v} [feminine past participle of, concursar]  ::
concursadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, concursar]  ::
concursados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, concursar]  ::
concursante {adj}  :: competing
concursante {m}  :: competitor
concursar {v}  :: to compete
concurso {m}  :: competition
concurso {m}  :: concourse
concurso {m}  :: game show
concurso completo {m} [equestrian]  :: eventing
concusión {f} [medical]  :: concussion
condado {m}  :: county
condado {m}  :: shire, earldom
condal {adj} [attributive]  :: county
conde {f}  :: count (nobility); countess in the feminine sense
condecir {v}  :: to accord
condecorar {v}  :: to award
condena {f}  :: sentence, punishment
condenación {f}  :: condemnation
condenadamente {adv}  :: in a condemned manner
condenado {adj}  :: convicted
condenado {adj}  :: doomed
condenar {v}  :: to condemn
condensación {f}  :: condensation
condensar {v}  :: to condense
condensina {f} [protein]  :: condensin
condesa {f}  :: countess
condescendiente {adj}  :: complaisant
condición {f}  :: condition
condicional {adj}  :: conditional
condicional {f}  :: conditional tense
condicional anterior {m} [grammar]  :: conditional perfect tense
condicionalmente {adv}  :: conditionally
condicionar {v}  :: to condition
condimentar {v}  :: to condiment, spice
condimento {m}  :: condiment
condón {m}  :: condom
condolencia {f}  :: condolence
condolerse {v}  :: to feel sorry for the pain of others; to sympathise
condominio {m}  :: apartment building, condominium, condo
condominio {m}  :: co-ownership
condoro {m} [Chile, colloquial]  :: a shameful accident, mistake, slip, faux pas
con dos cojones {interj}  :: hell yeah!
condrogloso {m}  :: chondroglossus
condroitín {m} [organic compound]  :: chondroitin
conducción {f}  :: driving
conducción {f} [physics]  :: conduction (conveying of heat or electric current through a material)
conducida {v} [feminine past participle of, conducir]  ::
conducidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conducir]  ::
conducidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conducir]  ::
conducir {v}  :: to drive; to conduct
conducta {f}  :: behaviour, conduct
conductividad {f}  :: conductivity
conductivo {adj}  :: conductive
conducto {m}  :: duct
conducto {m}  :: pipeline
conducto auditivo externo {m}  :: ear canal
conductor {f}  :: conductor (Something which can transmit electricity, heat, light or sound)
conductor {f}  :: driver
condumio {m} [colloquial]  :: nosh, grub (food)
conectado {adj}  :: connected
conectar {v}  :: to connect
conectarse {v} [es-compound of, conect, ar, conectar, se, mood=inf]  ::
coneja {f}  :: feminine form of conejo, female rabbit
conejillo {m}  :: diminutive form of conejo
conejillo {m}  :: guinea pig
conejillo de Indias {m}  :: guinea pig (animal)
conejillo de Indias {m}  :: guinea pig (volunteer for an experiment)
conejita {f}  :: diminutive form of coneja
conejito {f}  :: bunny; small rabbit
conejo {f} [Central America]  :: detective
conejo {f}  :: male rabbit
conejo {f}  :: rabbit
conejo {f} [vulgar, slang]  :: cunt
conejo de los volcanes {m}  :: volcano rabbit
con el agua al cuello {adv} [idiomatic]  :: up to one's neck
con el alma en vilo {adj} [idiomatic]  :: on tenterhooks
con el debido respeto {adv}  :: with all due respect
con entusiasmo {adv}  :: wholeheartedly, enthusiastically
con esmero {adv}  :: Very carefully, diligently
conexión {f}  :: connection
conexión {f}  :: connection between
conexión {f}  :: connection to
conexina {f} [protein]  :: connexin
conexionada {v} [feminine past participle of, conexionar]  ::
conexionadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conexionar]  ::
conexionados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conexionar]  ::
conexionar {v}  :: to connect
conexo {adj}  :: connected
confabularse {vr}  :: to plot, plot together
confección {f}  :: confection
confección {f}  :: tailoring
confeccionar {v}  :: to make
confederación {f}  :: confederation, confederacy
conífera {f}  :: conifer
conferencia {f}  :: lecture
conferencia {f}  :: meeting, conference
conferenciante {m} [business]  :: lecturer, someone who delivers a lecture
conferir {v}  :: bestow (to present a thing as a gift or honour)
conífero {adj}  :: coniferous
confesada {v} [feminine past participle of, confesar]  ::
confesadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, confesar]  ::
confesados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, confesar]  ::
confesar {v}  :: to confess
confesarte {v} [es-compound of, confes, ar, confesar, te, mood=inf]  ::
confesión {f}  :: confession
confesionario {m}  :: confessional
confesor {m}  :: confessor
confiable {adj}  :: trustworthy, reliable
confiadamente {adv}  :: confidently
confiado {adj}  :: confident
confiado {adj}  :: credulous
confiado {adj}  :: guileless
confiado {adj}  :: gullible
confiado {adj}  :: trustful
confianza {f}  :: confidence
confianza {f}  :: trust
confiar {v}  :: to confide
confiar {v}  :: to trust
confidencia {f}  :: confidence, trust
confidencial {adj}  :: confidential
confidencialidad {f}  :: confidentiality
confidencialmente {adv}  :: confidentially
confidentemente {adv}  :: confidently
configurable {adj}  :: configurable
configuración {f}  :: configuration, setting
configuración {f}  :: form or shape
configurada {v} [feminine past participle of, configurar]  ::
configuradas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, configurar]  ::
configurados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, configurar]  ::
configurar {v}  :: to form
confinar {v}  :: to confine
confirmación {f}  :: confirmation
confirmar {v}  :: to confirm (to accept something)
confirmarlo {v} [es-compound of, confirm, ar, confirmar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
confiscar {v}  :: to confiscate
confite {m}  :: confection, sweetmeat
confitería {f}  :: candy store [US], confectioner's [UK]
conflagración {f}  :: A conflagration
conflagración {f}  :: A sudden violent outburst between peoples or countries
conflictividad {f}  :: conflict, unrest
conflictivo {adj}  :: conflictive
conflicto {m}  :: conflict
confluencia {f}  :: confluence
confluir {v}  :: to flow together
conformación {f}  :: conformation
conformación {f}  :: shape, state, structure
conformar {vr} [~se con]  :: To be satisfied with, to make do with
conformar {vr} [~se con]  :: to conform to
conformar {vt}  :: to form, constitute
conformarse {v}  :: to make do (with), to content oneself (to)
conforme {adj}  :: content, or satisfied
conforme {adj}  :: in accordance, or deserved
conforme {adj}  :: in agreement
conforme {adj}  :: similar
conforme {interj}  :: roger that
conforme {m}  :: An agreement
conformidad {f}  :: conformity, compliance
conformidad {f}  :: shape
conformismo {m}  :: conformism, conformity
conformista {m}  :: conformist
confort {m} [colloquial, Chile]  :: toilet paper
confort {m}  :: comfort, ease
confortable {adj}  :: comfortable
confortablemente {adv}  :: comfortably
confortar {v}  :: to comfort or console
confraternidad {f}  :: fellowship
confraternidad {f}  :: fraternity
con frecuencia {adv}  :: often, frequently
confrontación {f}  :: confrontation
confrontar {v}  :: to confront
confucianismo {m}  :: Confucianism
confuciano {adj}  :: Confucian
confuciano {f}  :: Confucian
confundido {adj}  :: confused
confundir {v}  :: to baffle
confundir {v}  :: to confound
confundir {v}  :: to confuse
confundir {v}  :: to perplex
confundirse {v} [es-compound of, confund, ir, confundir, se, mood=inf]  ::
confusión {f}  :: confusion
confuso {adj}  :: confused
congelable {adj}  :: freezable
congelado {adj}  :: frozen
congelador {m}  :: freezer
congelar {v}  :: to freeze
congeniada {v} [feminine past participle of, congeniar]  ::
congeniadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, congeniar]  ::
congeniados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, congeniar]  ::
congeniar {v}  :: to get along with
congestión {f}  :: congestion
conglomeración {f}  :: conglomeration
conglomerar {v}  :: to conglomerate
congénito {adj}  :: congenital
congoja {f}  :: anguish
congoleño {adj}  :: Congolese (relating to either the Democratic Republic of the Congo or the Republic of the Congo)
congoleño {f}  :: Congolese (either those from the DRC and the RoC)
congolés {adj}  :: Congolese
congolés {f}  :: Congolese
congratulada {v} [feminine past participle of, congratular]  ::
congratuladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, congratular]  ::
congratulados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, congratular]  ::
congratular {v}  :: to congratulate
congregación {f}  :: congregation
congregar {v}  :: to bring together; congregate
congresista {m}  :: congressperson
congreso {m}  :: assembly, conference, meeting
congreso {m}  :: congress
congrio {m}  :: conger eel
congruente {adj}  :: congruent
conjetura {f}  :: guess
conjeturar {v}  :: to guess; conjecture
conjugación {f}  :: conjugation (in some languages, one of several classifications of verbs)
conjugar {v}  :: to conjugate
conjunción {f}  :: combination
conjunción {f} [grammar, astronomy]  :: conjunction
conjunción coordinante {f} [grammar]  :: coordinating conjunction
conjunción subordinante {f} [grammar]  :: subordinating conjunction
conjunto {m}  :: group
conjunto {m} [mathematics]  :: set
conjunto {m}  :: squad
conjunto de partes {m}  :: power set
conjurar {v}  :: to avert
conjurar {v}  :: to conjure, invoke (ghosts)
conjurar {v}  :: to conspire
conjurar {v}  :: to exorcise
conjuro {m}  :: conjuration
conjuro {m}  :: spell
con la gorra {adv} [idiomatic]  :: effortlessly
con las manos en la masa {adv} [idiom]  :: red-handed
conllevada {v} [feminine past participle of, conllevar]  ::
conllevadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conllevar]  ::
conllevados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conllevar]  ::
conllevar {v}  :: to assist someone who is in trouble
conllevar {vt}  :: to entail, involve, present
con los cinco sentidos {adv} [idiomatic]  :: with all one's heart
con mal pie {adv} [idiomatic]  :: unsuccessfully, badly, on the wrong foot
conmemoración {f}  :: commemoration
conmemorar {v}  :: to commemorate
conmemorativo {adj}  :: commemorative
conmigo {adv}  :: with me
conminada {v} [feminine past participle of, conminar]  ::
conminadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conminar]  ::
conminados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conminar]  ::
conminar {v}  :: to threaten
conmoción {f}  :: commotion, agitation
conmocionada {v} [feminine past participle of, conmocionar]  ::
conmocionadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conmocionar]  ::
conmocionados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conmocionar]  ::
conmocionar {v}  :: to shock
conmovedor {adj}  :: moving, touching
conmover {v}  :: to affect, move, touch
conmovida {v} [feminine past participle of, conmover]  ::
conmovidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conmover]  ::
conmovidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conmover]  ::
conmutar {v} [mathematics]  :: to commute
conmutatividad {f}  :: commutativity
conmutativo {adj} [mathematics]  :: commutative
Connecticut {prop}  :: Connecticut
connosco {pron} [archaic]  :: With us
connotación {f}  :: connotation (suggested or implied meaning)
connotada {v} [feminine past participle of, connotar]  ::
connotadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, connotar]  ::
connotados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, connotar]  ::
connotar {v}  :: to imply
connotativo {adj}  :: connotative
cono {m} [anatomy]  :: cone cell
cono {m} [botany]  :: cone (fruit of a conifer tree)
cono {m}  :: cone
cono {m}  :: ice cream cone
conocedor {adj}  :: expert, specialist
conocedor {f}  :: expert
conocer {v} [in the future tense]  :: to get to know, become acquainted (with)
conocer {v}  :: to know (a person), to be familiar with
conocerla {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, la, mood=inf]  ::
conocerle {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, le, mood=inf]  ::
conocerlo {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, lo, mood=inf]  ::
conocerlos {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, los, mood=inf]  ::
conocerme {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, me, mood=inf]  ::
conocernos {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, nos, mood=inf]  ::
conocerse {vr}  :: reflexive form of conocer
conocerte {v} [es-compound of, conoc, er, conocer, te, mood=inf]  ::
conocida {f}  :: female acquaintance, friend, known person
conocida {v} [feminine past participle of, conocer]  ::
conocido {adj}  :: known
conocido {f}  :: acquaintance, friend, known person
conocimiento {m}  :: knowledge, as in acquaintance or familiarity with a person, place, or subject
conque {conj}  :: consequently, thus, hence
conque {conj}  :: so
conquiolina {f} [protein]  :: conchiolin
conquista {f}  :: conquest
conquistador {f}  :: conqueror, conquistador
conquistador {f} [figuratively]  :: a beau
conquistador {f} [figuratively]  :: a womanizer
conquistar {v} [figuratively]  :: to charm (an object to a person)
conquistar {v} [figuratively]  :: to enamor, romantically convince
conquistar {v}  :: to conquer
consagración {f}  :: consecration
consagrar {v}  :: to consecrate
consciencia {f}  :: conscience
consciencia {f}  :: consciousness
consciente {adj}  :: conscious
conscientemente {adv}  :: consciously
consectario {m}  :: consectary
consecución {f}  :: obtaining, procurement (act or result)
consecuencia {f}  :: consequence
consecuente {adj}  :: consequent
consecuente {m}  :: consequent
consecuentemente {adv}  :: consequently
consecutivamente {adv}  :: consecutively
consecutivo {adj}  :: consecutive, running
conseguido {adj}  :: achieved
conseguido {adj}  :: acquired, received
conseguir {v}  :: to achieve
conseguir {v}  :: to get or acquire
conseguirlo {v} [es-compound of, consegu, ir, , lo, mood=inf]  ::
conseguirme {v} [es-compound of, consegu, ir, conseguir, me, mood=inf]  ::
conseguirte {v} [es-compound of, consegu, ir, conseguir, te, mood=inf]  ::
consejada {v} [feminine past participle of, consejar]  ::
consejadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, consejar]  ::
consejados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, consejar]  ::
consejar {v} [obsolete]  :: to advise
consejera {f}  :: female adviser
consejera {f}  :: female counsellor
consejería {f}  :: council
consejería {f} [Spain]  :: regional government's ministry
consejero {f}  :: adviser
consejero {f}  :: counsellor
consejo {m}  :: advice, counsel
consejo {m}  :: council
consenso {m}  :: consensus
consensuar {vt}  :: To reach a consensus on
consentido {adj}  :: pampered, indulged, spoiled
consentimiento {m}  :: consent
consentir {v}  :: to consent
consentir {v}  :: to endure
consentir {v}  :: to pamper, indulge, spoil
conserje {m}  :: concierge
conserje {m}  :: doorman
conserje {m}  :: janitor
conservación {f}  :: conservation
conservacionista {m}  :: conservationist
conservador {adj}  :: conservative
conservador {f}  :: conserver
conservadora {f}  :: feminine form of conservador
conservadurismo {m} [politics]  :: conservatism
conservar {v}  :: to conserve
consígueme {v} [es-compound of, consegu, ir, consigue, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
consíguete {v} [es-compound of, consegu, ir, consigue, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
considerable {adj}  :: considerable
considerablemente {adv}  :: considerably
consideración {f}  :: consideration
considerar {v}  :: to consider
considerarse {vr}  :: to judge, to estimate
considéralo {v} [es-compound of, consider, ar, considera, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
consigna {f}  :: left-luggage office, baggage room, cloakroom
consigna {f}  :: luggage locker
consigna {f}  :: order, instruction
consigna {f}  :: slogan
consignar {v}  :: to consign
consigo {adv}  :: with himself, herself, itself
consiguiente {adj}  :: consequent
consiguiente {adj}  :: consequential
consistencia {f}  :: consistency
consistente {adj}  :: consisting (of); made up (of)
consistentemente {adv}  :: consistently
consistir {v}  :: to consist of
consola {f}  :: console
consolación {f}  :: consolation
Consolación {prop}  :: female given name
consolador {f}  :: consoler, comforter
consolador {f}  :: dildo
consoladora {f}  :: feminine form of consolador
consolar {v}  :: to console
consolidación {f}  :: consolidation
consolidar {v}  :: to consolidate
consomé {m}  :: consommé
consonancia {f}  :: conformity
consonancia {f} [literature]  :: consonance
consonancia {f} [music]  :: harmony
consorcio {m}  :: consortium, partnership
conspiración {f}  :: conspiracy
conspirada {v} [feminine past participle of, conspirar]  ::
conspiradas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, conspirar]  ::
conspirador {f}  :: conspirator
conspirados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, conspirar]  ::
conspirar {v}  :: to conspire
constada {v} [feminine past participle of, constar]  ::
constadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, constar]  ::
constados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, constar]  ::
constancia {f}  :: certainty
constancia {f}  :: constancy
constancia {f}  :: proof, evidence
constancia {f}  :: report (notification to relevant authorities)
constante {adj}  :: constant
constante {f}  :: constant
constantemente {adv}  :: constantly
constantes vitales {fp}  :: vital signs
Constantinopla {prop}  :: Constantinople (present day Istanbul)
constar {v}  :: to be constant, to be concrete, to be certain
constar {v}  :: to be or seem evident, clear, obvious to someone
constar {v}  :: to be written, to be on record
constar {v}  :: to consist
constatar {v}  :: to verify
constelación {f}  :: constellation
consternación {f}  :: consternation
consternada {v} [feminine past participle of, consternar]  ::
consternadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, consternar]  ::
consternados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, consternar]  ::
consternar {v}  :: to appall
constipación {f}  :: a cold (sickness)
constipado {adj} [medicine]  :: that has a cold, congested
constipado {m} [medicine]  :: cold
constipar {v}  :: to catch a cold; congest
constipar {v}  :: to close one's pores, preventing transpiration
constiparse {v}  :: to catch a cold; become congested
constitución {f}  :: constitution
constitucional {adj}  :: constitutional
constitucionalidad {f}  :: constitutionality
constitucionalismo {m}  :: constitutionalism
constitucionalmente {adv}  :: constitutionally
constituir {v}  :: to constitute
constituyente {adj}  :: constituent
constituyente {m}  :: constituent
constreñida {v} [feminine past participle of, constreñir]  ::
constreñidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, constreñir]  ::
constreñidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, constreñir]  ::
constreñir {v}  :: to constrain
constreñir {v}  :: to oppress
construcción {f}  :: construction
constructivismo {m}  :: constructivism
constructivo {adj}  :: constructive
constructor {adj}  :: constructing
constructor {f}  :: constructor
construido {adj}  :: constructed
construir {v}  :: to build
construir {v}  :: to construct
consuegra {f}  :: feminine of consuegro: the mother-in-law of one's child
consuegro {f}  :: co-father-in-law: the father-in-law of one's son or daughter; that is, the father of one's son- or daughter-in-law, or, the father of one spouse in relation to the parents of the other spouse.
consuegro {f} [in the plural]  :: The relationship between people whose children marry each other; the parents of the bride vis-à-vis the parents of the groom
consuelo {m}  :: consolation
consuelo {m}  :: solace
Consuelo {prop}  :: female given name
consulado {m}  :: consulate
consular {adj}  :: consular
consulta {f}  :: consultation
consulta {f}  :: query, question
consulta {f}  :: surgery (doctor's consulting room)
consultar {v}  :: to consult
consultivo {adj}  :: consultative
consultora {f}  :: consultant
consultoría {f}  :: consultancy
consultoría {f}  :: consulting
consultorio {m}  :: consulting room
consultorio {m}  :: office, clinic
consumado {adj}  :: consummate; perfect
consumar {v}  :: to consumate (make a marriage complete by engaging in first sexual intercourse)
consumar {v}  :: to consummate (bring something to completion)
consumidor {m}  :: A consumer
consumir {v}  :: to consume
consumo {m}  :: consumption
contabilidad {f}  :: accountancy
contabilización {f}  :: entering into accounts
contabilizar {v} [accounting]  :: to enter (into a book)
contabilizar {v} [sport]  :: to score
contable {m} [Spain]  :: accountant
contactar {v}  :: to contact
contacto {m}  :: contact
contado {adj}  :: counted
contado {adj}  :: few
contador {f} [accounting]  :: accountant
contador {m} [Internet]  :: counter
contador {m}  :: measurer
contador {m}  :: meter (device that measures e.g. electricity meter, odometer)
contador {m} [programming]  :: counter
contadora {f} [accounting]  :: female accountant
contagiar {v}  :: to infect
contagio {m}  :: infection, contagion
con tal que {conj}  :: as long as, so long as
contaminación {f}  :: pollution; contamination
contaminación ambiente {f}  :: air pollution
contaminado {adj}  :: polluted; contaminated
contaminar {v}  :: to contaminate
contaminar {v}  :: to corrupt
contaminar {v}  :: to profane
contante {adj}  :: in cash
contar {v}  :: to be (a certain number of years of age)
contar {v}  :: to count; to tally
contar {v}  :: to have available
contar {v}  :: to rely on
contar {v}  :: to tell (a story); narrate
contarle {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, , le, mood=inf]  ::
contarles {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, les, mood=inf]  ::
contarme {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, me, mood=inf]  ::
contarnos {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, nos, mood=inf]  ::
contarte {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, te, mood=inf]  ::
contemplación {f}  :: contemplation
contemplar {v}  :: to contemplate
contemporario {adj}  :: contemporary
contemporario {m}  :: contemporary
contemporáneo {adj}  :: contemporaneous
contención {f}  :: contention
contención {f}  :: holding back
contención {f}  :: self-control
contender {v}  :: to contend
contender {v}  :: to contest
contendiente {adj}  :: contending, contesting
contendiente {m}  :: opponent, contender
contenedor {m}  :: container
contener {v}  :: to contain
contener {v}  :: to control
contener {v}  :: to hold
contener {v}  :: to restrain, check
contenido {m}  :: content
contentar {v}  :: to please
contentarse {vr}  :: to make do, settle
contento {adj}  :: content, happy
contento {adj}  :: satisfied, pleased
conteo {m}  :: calculus, computation
conteo {m}  :: count
conteo {m}  :: counting
conteo {m} [Latin America]  :: bill
contestación {f}  :: A dispute
contestación {f}  :: A legal plea
contestación {f}  :: An answer, reply
contestador {adj}  :: cheeky
contestador {m}  :: answering machine
contestadora {f}  :: answering machine
contestar {v}  :: to answer back
contestar {v}  :: to answer, reply
contestar {v}  :: to rejoin or reply
contestar el teléfono {v}  :: answer the phone
contestar el teléfono {v}  :: pick up the phone
contexto {m}  :: context
contextualizar {v}  :: to contextualize
contienda {f}  :: fight, dispute
contigo {adv}  :: with you (singular)
contiguo {adj}  :: contiguous
continental {adj}  :: continental
continente {m}  :: continent
contingente {adj}  :: contingent
contingente {m}  :: contingent
continuación {f}  :: continuation
continuamente {adv}  :: continually
continuamente {adv}  :: continuously, nonstop
continuar {v}  :: to continue
continuidad {f}  :: continuity
continuo {adj}  :: continuous
con todo {adv} [idiomatic]  :: nevertheless
contorno {m}  :: contour, outline
contra- {prefix}  :: contra-
contra {prep}  :: against
contraalmirante {m}  :: rear admiral
contraatacar {v}  :: to counter-attack
contraataque {m}  :: counterattack, counterstrike
contrabajo {m} [musical instruments]  :: double bass
contrabalancear {v}  :: to counterbalance
contrabandear {v}  :: to smuggle
contrabandista {m}  :: smuggler, contrabandist
contrabando {m}  :: smuggle
contracción {f}  :: contraction
contraceptivo {adj}  :: contraceptive
contraceptivo {m}  :: contraceptive
contrachapado {adj} [of wood]  :: laminated (formed with many thin layers)
contrachapado {m}  :: plywood
contraconceptivo {adj}  :: contraceptive
contraconceptivo {m}  :: contraceptive
contractivo {adj}  :: contractive (involving or relating to contraction)
contradecir {v}  :: to contradict
contradicción {f}  :: contradiction
contradictorio {adj}  :: contradictory
contraer {v}  :: to contract
contraespionaje {m}  :: counterespionage
contrafagot {m}  :: contrabassoon
contrafuerte {m}  :: buttress
contragolpe {m}  :: counterattack
contrahacer {vr}  :: to pretend to be
contrahacer {vt}  :: to counterfeit, to fake or imitate
contrahecha {v} [feminine past participle of, contrahacer]  ::
contrahechas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, contrahacer]  ::
contrahechos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, contrahacer]  ::
contraincendio {adj}  :: firefighting
contraincendio {m}  :: firefighting
contraincendios {adj}  :: alternative form of contraincendio
contraindicar {v}  :: to contraindicate
contramandada {v} [feminine past participle of, contramandar]  ::
contramandadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, contramandar]  ::
contramandados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, contramandar]  ::
contramandar {v}  :: to countermand
contraofensiva {f}  :: counteroffensive
contraoferta {f}  :: counteroffer
contraorden {m}  :: countermand
contraparte {f} [politics]  :: opposing party
contrapartida {f}  :: counterpart
contrapeso {m}  :: counterweight
contraponer {v}  :: to compare
contraportada {f} [journalism]  :: back page
contraposición {f}  :: contraposition
contraproducente {adj}  :: counterproductive
contrapropuesta {f}  :: counterproposal
contra reloj {adv}  :: against the clock
contra reloj {adv}  :: anticlockwise
contrarevolucionario {adj}  :: counterrevolutionary
contrarevolucionario {m}  :: counterrevolutionary
contrariamente {adv}  :: contrary (to)
contrariar {v}  :: to annoy
contrariar {v}  :: to oppose
contrariar {v}  :: to thwart
contrario {adj}  :: contrary, opposite
contrario {adj}  :: opposed, against
contrarreloj {adj}  :: timed, against the clock
contrarreloj {adj}  :: time trial
contrarrestada {v} [feminine past participle of, contrarrestar]  ::
contrarrestadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, contrarrestar]  ::
contrarrestados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, contrarrestar]  ::
contrarrestar {v}  :: to counteract
contraseña {f}  :: password, shibboleth
contrasentido {m}  :: contradiction in terms
contrastación {f}  :: contrasting, contrast
contrastar {v}  :: to resist
contraste {m}  :: assay
contraste {m}  :: assayer
contraste {m}  :: contrast
contraste {m}  :: hallmark (from an assay office)
contratación {f}  :: contracting (as in hiring or trading)
contratante {adj}  :: contracting; that which contracts or makes an agreement
contratante {m}  :: he, she, or it which contracts or makes an agreement
contratar {v}  :: to contract or hire
contraterrorismo {m}  :: counter-terrorism
contratiempo {m} [music]  :: contretemps
contratiempo {m}  :: setback
contratista {m}  :: contractor
contrato {m}  :: contract
contravenida {v} [feminine past participle of, contravenir]  ::
contravenidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, contravenir]  ::
contravenidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, contravenir]  ::
contravenir {v}  :: to contravene
contraventana {f}  :: shutter (of windows)
Contreras {prop}  :: Spanish surname
con tres palmos de narices {adj} [idiomatic]  :: to let down, to disappointed
contribución {f}  :: contribution
contribuir {v}  :: to contribute
contribuyente {m}  :: contributor
contribuyente {m}  :: taxpayer
contricante {mf}  :: An opponent; contestant
contrincante {m}  :: adversary
contrincante {m}  :: competitor
contrincante {m}  :: opponent
contrólate {v} [es-compound of, control, ar, controla, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
contármelo {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, me, lo, mood=inf]  ::
control {m}  :: control of a machine
control {m}  :: control or emotional restraint, self-control
control {m}  :: control, or running of a business
control {m}  :: remote control
controlador {f} [management]  :: controller
controlar {v}  :: to control
controlarla {v} [es-compound of, control, ar, controlar, la, mood=inf]  ::
controlarlo {v} [es-compound of, control, ar, controlar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
controlarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of controlar
controlarte {v} [es-compound of, control, ar, controlar, te, mood=inf]  ::
control remoto {m}  :: remote control
controversia {f}  :: controversy
controvertida {v} [feminine past participle of, controvertir]  ::
controvertidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, controvertir]  ::
controvertido {adj}  :: controversial
controvertidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, controvertir]  ::
controvertir {v}  :: to controvert
contárselo {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, se, lo, mood=inf]  ::
contártelo {v} [es-compound of, cont, ar, contar, te, lo, mood=inf]  ::
contéstame {v} [es-compound of, contest, ar, contesta, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
contundencia {f}  :: forcefulness, conviction
contundente {adj}  :: heavy or severe
contundente {adj} [legal, of a weapon]  :: blunt
conturbador {adj}  :: perturbing, disturbing
conturbar {v}  :: to dismay, perturb
contusión {f}  :: contusion
contuso {adj}  :: contused, bruised
conuco {m}  :: A plot of cultivated land, generally small
convalecencia {f}  :: convalescence
convalecer {v}  :: to convalesce, recover, get better
convalidar {v}  :: to validate
convecino {m}  :: neighbour
convencer {v}  :: to convince
convencerla {v} [es-compound of, convenc, er, convencer, la, mood=inf]  ::
convencerlo {v} [es-compound of, convenc, er, convencer, lo, mood=inf]  ::
convencerme {v} [es-compound of, convenc, er, convencer, me, mood=inf]  ::
convencerse {vr}  :: reflexive form of convencer
convencerte {v} [es-compound of, convenc, er, convencer, te, mood=inf]  ::
convencido {adj}  :: convinced
convencimiento {m}  :: persuasion, convincing
convención {f}  :: convention
convencional {adj}  :: conventional
convencionalismo {m}  :: conventionalism
convenible {adj}  :: suitable, right
convenida {v} [feminine past participle of, convenir]  ::
convenidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, convenir]  ::
convenidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, convenir]  ::
conveniencia {f}  :: benefit
conveniencia {f}  :: convenience
conveniencia {f}  :: suitability
conveniente {adj}  :: convenient
conveniente {adj}  :: opportune
conveniente {adj}  :: suitable
convenientemente {adv}  :: conveniently
convenio {m}  :: agreement, covenant
convenir {v}  :: to admit
convenir {v}  :: to agree
convenir {v}  :: to be convenient, to suit
convenir {v}  :: to convene
convento {m}  :: convent, monastery
converger {v}  :: alternative form of convergir
convergir {v}  :: to converge
conversación {f}  :: conversation
conversación de sobremesa {f}  :: table talk
conversar {v}  :: to talk, converse
conversión {f}  :: conversion
convertible {adj}  :: convertible
convertible {m} [Latin America]  :: convertible (car)
convertido {adj}  :: converted
convertidor {adj}  :: converting
convertidor {f}  :: converter
convertir {vt}  :: to convert
convertir {vt}  :: to transform
convertirme {v} [es-compound of, convert, ir, convertir, me, mood=inf]  ::
convertirse {vr}  :: to become, get, turn, transform
convertirte {v} [es-compound of, convert, ir, convertir, te, mood=inf]  ::
convexidad {f}  :: convexity
convexo {adj}  :: convex
convicción {f}  :: conviction
convicta {f}  :: feminine form of convicto
convicto {adj}  :: convicted, guilty
convicto {f}  :: convict
convidar {v}  :: to invite
convincente {adj}  :: convincing, persuasive
conviértete {v} [es-compound of, convert, ir, convierte, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
convirtiéndolo {v} [es-compound of, convert, ir, convirtiendo, lo, mood=part]  ::
convivencia {f}  :: coexistence, cohabitation
convivir {v}  :: to cohabit
convivir {v}  :: to live with
convocar {v}  :: to call
convocatoria {f}  :: announcement
convocatoria {f}  :: call (beckoning or summoning)
convosco {pron} [archaic]  :: with you (plural)
convoy {m}  :: convoy
convulsión {f}  :: convulsion
convulsionar {v}  :: to convulse
convulsionar {v}  :: to have a seizure
convulso {adj}  :: convulsive
conyugal {adj}  :: conjugal, relating to marriage
conyugalidad {f}  :: conjugality, the state of being married,
coño {adj} [Chilean, Ecuador, slang]  :: Stingy, tight-fisted
coño {f} [Chile, slang, pejorative]  :: Spaniard
coño {f} [Mexico, slang]  :: Hit or bump in the head given with the knuckles
coño {f} [Philippines, slang]  :: A person who belongs to wealthy, Spanish- or English-speaking families. Also written as konyo
coño {f} [Venezuela, Maracaibo, vulgar]  :: guy, dude
coño {interj} [slang]  :: Damn!, fuck!, shit!
coño {m} [slang, Spain]  :: pussy, cunt.
cooperación {f}  :: cooperation
cooperar {v}  :: to cooperate
cooperativa {f}  :: cooperative
cooperativamente {adv}  :: coöperatively, co-operatively
cooperativo {adj}  :: cooperative
cooptada {v} [feminine past participle of, cooptar]  ::
cooptadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, cooptar]  ::
cooptados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, cooptar]  ::
cooptar {v}  :: to co-opt
coordenada {f}  :: coordinate
coordinación {f}  :: coordination
coordinada {v} [feminine past participle of, coordinar]  ::
coordinadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coordinar]  ::
coordinador {adj}  :: coordinating
coordinador {f}  :: coordinator
coordinadora {f}  :: (female) coordinator
coordinados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coordinar]  ::
coordinar {v}  :: to coordinate
coñota {f}  :: feminine form of chiquillo
coñoto {m} [vulgar]  :: cuntbucket, motherfucker
copa {f} [card games]  :: heart (a card of the hearts suit; on Spanish cards, the symbol is of a goblet)
copa {f}  :: crown (of a tree, of a hat)
copa {f}  :: cup, goblet, stemmed glass, glass
copa {f}  :: cup (sports competition/trophy)
copa {f} [figuratively]  :: cocktail, drink
copa {f}  :: flake
copada {v} [feminine past participle of, copar]  ::
copadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, copar]  ::
copados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, copar]  ::
copagorja {f}  :: a small dagger or sword
copal {m}  :: Any of several trees from which copal is extracted
copal {m}  :: copal
Copa Mundial {prop}  :: the World Cup (football/soccer)
copar {v}  :: to take
copas {fp} [card games]  :: hearts (on Spanish cards, the symbol is of a goblet)
copas {fp}  :: crowns (of a tree, of a hat)
copas {fp}  :: cups (sports competition)
copas {fp} [figuratively]  :: cocktails, drinks
Copenhague {prop}  :: Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark
copera {f}  :: cupbearer
copera {f}  :: waitress
copernicio {m}  :: copernicium
copero {adj} [sports, attributive]  :: cup
copero {m}  :: barman
copero {m}  :: cabinet for glasses
copero {m}  :: cupbearer
copete {m}  :: crest
copete {m}  :: pompadour (hairstyle)
copete {m}  :: topping
copete {m}  :: tuft, forelock
copia {f}  :: abundance
copia {f}  :: copy
copia de plano {f} [architecture]  :: blueprint
copiar {v}  :: to copy
copiloto {f}  :: copilot
copioso {adj}  :: copious
copita {f}  :: diminutive form of copa, little glass
copla {f}  :: couplet; stanza
copla {f}  :: popular song
copo {m}  :: flake
copo de nieve {m}  :: snowflake
coproducir {v}  :: to coproduce
coprolalia {f}  :: coprolalia
coprotagonizar {v}  :: to co-star in, to be the coprotagonist in
copta {f}  :: female Copt
copto {adj}  :: Coptic
copto {f}  :: Copt
copto {f}  :: Coptic (language)
copucha {f} [colloquial, Chile]  :: gossip
copulador {m}  :: shagger, sex machine
copular {v}  :: to copulate
coque {m}  :: coke (solid fuel from coal)
coquera {f}  :: feminine form of coquero
coquero {adj} [Colombia, Peru]  :: Pertaining to the cultivation of coca
coquero {f} [by extension, colloquial, pejorative]  :: A drug addict
coquero {f} [colloquial, pejorative, Colombia, Honduras]  :: A cocaine addict
coquero {f} [Colombia, Peru]  :: A cultivator of coca
coquero {f} [Mexico, Puerto Rico]  :: A cultivator of coconut palms
coquero {f} [Mexico, Puerto Rico]  :: A seller of coconuts
coqueta {f}  :: feminine form of coqueto
coqueteada {v} [feminine past participle of, coquetear]  ::
coqueteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, coquetear]  ::
coqueteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, coquetear]  ::
coquetear {v}  :: to flirt
coquetear {v}  :: to tease
coqueteo {m}  :: coquetry, flirtation
coquetería {f}  :: coquetry, flirtation
coquetil {adj}  :: playful, flirtatious
coqueto {adj}  :: flirtatious
coqueto {f}  :: flirt (person who flirts)
coquilla {f}  :: groin guard; cup (protection for the male genitals)
cora {f} [El Salvador]  :: A US currency coin worth 25 cents, a quarter
coracobraquial {m}  :: coracobrachialis
coraje {m}  :: courage, spunk
coraje {m} [informal]  :: anger, rage
corajudo {adj}  :: gutsy
corajudo {adj}  :: quick-tempered
coral {adj}  :: choral
coral {m}  :: chorale
coral {m} [plant]  :: coral vine (Kennedia coccinea)
coral {m} [zoology]  :: coral
coralillo {m}  :: coral snake
coraza {f}  :: cuirass
coraza {f}  :: poitrel
corazón {m} [card games]  :: heart
corazón {m}  :: emotions, kindness, spirit
corazón {m}  :: heart (organ of the body)
corazón {m}  :: the center of an object
corazonada {f}  :: hunch (idea)
corazonada {f}  :: impulse
corazoncito {m}  :: diminutive form of corazón
corbata {f}  :: necktie, tie (piece of clothing)
corbata de bolo {f}  :: bolo tie
corbata de cordón {f}  :: shoelace tie
corbeta {f} [nautical]  :: corvette
corcel {m}  :: steed
corchete {m}  :: square bracket
corcho {m}  :: cork (bark of the cork oak)
corcho {m}  :: cork (bottle stopper)
corcova {f}  :: curvature
corcova {f}  :: hump
corcoveada {v} [feminine past participle of, corcovear]  ::
corcoveadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, corcovear]  ::
corcoveados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, corcovear]  ::
corcovear {v}  :: to buck
corcovo {m}  :: buck (of a horse)
corda {f}  :: rope
cordado {adj}  :: chordate
cordado {m}  :: chordate
cordectomía {f}  :: cordectomy
cordel {m}  :: A string
cordel {m}  :: A traditional unit of distance used in Spain and in South America. The exact length varies by region, being between 20 and 45 meters
cordero {f}  :: lamb
cordial {adj}  :: cordial
cordialidad {f}  :: cordiality
cordialmente {adv}  :: best regards (polite closing of a letter)
cordialmente {adv}  :: cordially
cordillera {f}  :: mountain range, cordillera
cordón {m}  :: lace, string
cordón {m}  :: shoelace
cordobés {adj}  :: Cordoban
cordobés {f}  :: Cordoban
cordotomía {f}  :: cordotomy
cordura {f}  :: prudence
cordura {f}  :: reason
cordura {f}  :: sanity
Corea {prop}  :: Korea
coreada {v} [feminine past participle of, corear]  ::
coreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, corear]  ::
Corea del Norte {prop}  :: North Korea
Corea del Sur {prop}  :: South Korea
coreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, corear]  ::
coreana {f}  :: Korean (person from Korea)
coreano {adj}  :: Korean (relating to the Korean Peninsula)
coreano {f}  :: Korean (person from Korea)
coreano {prop}  :: Korean (language)
corear {v}  :: to chant
coreografía {f}  :: choreography
coriandro {m} [rare]  :: coriander
coriáceo {adj}  :: leathery
coriónico {adj}  :: chorionic
Corinto {prop}  :: Corinth (city in Greece)
corion {m}  :: chorion
cormo {m} [botany]  :: corm<