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{suffix}  :: 1st person preterite verb form for -er verbs
{suffix}  :: Suffix indicating certain demonyms, especially from Arabic and Indo-Iranian countries and regions, like iraní, iraquí, azerí, marroquí, penyabí, and others
-ía {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the first-person singular imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs
-ía {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the third-person singular imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs
-íais {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the second-person plural imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs
-íamos {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the first-person plural imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs
-ían {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the third-person plural imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs
-ías {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the second-person singular imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs
íbice {m}  :: ibex (type of wild mountain goat)
ícono {m}  :: icon
ídem {adv}  :: In the same way
ídem {interj}  :: Indicates the speaker agrees with a recently expressed sentiment; "Ditto"
ídem {n}  :: The same; the same thing
ídisch {m}  :: alternative form of yidis
ídish {m}  :: alternative form of yidis
ídolo {m}  :: idol
ígneo {adj}  :: igneous
i {conj} [archaic]  :: and
i {f}  :: Name of the letter I
-ió {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the third-person singular indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs
I {abbr}  :: Ilustre
I {letter}  :: The ninth letter of the Spanish alphabet
Iñaki {prop}  :: male given name
-iano {suffix}  :: -ian (all instances)
-iatra {suffix}  :: A doctor
-iatría {suffix}  :: -iatrics
-iatría {suffix}  :: -iatry
iatrofobia {f}  :: iatrophobia
iatrogenia {f}  :: iatrogenesis
Iberia {prop}  :: Iberia (Caucasian Iberia)
Iberia {prop}  :: Iberia (European peninsula, consisting of Portugal and Spain)
Iberoamérica {prop}  :: Latin America
IBEX 35 {prop} [Spain]  :: Spanish stock exchage featuring the 35 largest companies in the country
ibicenco {adj}  :: Ibizan
Ibiza {prop}  :: Ibiza
-ible {suffix}  :: -ible
ibérico {adj}  :: Iberian (of Iberia)
ibérico {f}  :: Iberian (native of Iberia)
iceberg {m}  :: iceberg
-ichuela {suffix}  :: alternative form of -uela, used to form a pejorative diminutive: ugly little
icónico {adj}  :: iconic
-ico {suffix}  :: -ic; added to nouns to form adjectives
-ico {suffix}  :: usually derogative diminutive suffix; added to nouns to form nouns
icono {m}  :: icon (all senses)
iconoclasta {adj}  :: iconoclastic
iconoclasta {m}  :: iconoclast
iconografía {f}  :: iconography
iconográfico {adj}  :: iconographic
iconología {f}  :: iconology
icoságono {m} [geometry]  :: icosagon
ictericia {f}  :: jaundice
ictiólogo {f}  :: ichthyologist
ictiológico {adj}  :: ichthyological
ictiología {f}  :: ichthyology
ictérico {adj}  :: jaundiced; afflicted with jaundice
ictus {m} [medical]  :: stroke, ictus
ida {f}  :: going
ida {f}  :: march
-idad {suffix}  :: Form of -dad used generally for adjectives of three or more syllables; Comparable to English suffix -ity
Idaho {prop}  :: Idaho
ida y vuelta {phrase}  :: round trip
idea {f}  :: idea
idea clave {f}  :: key idea
ideada {v} [feminine past participle of, idear]  ::
ideadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, idear]  ::
ideados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, idear]  ::
ideal {adj}  :: ideal
ideal {m}  :: ideal
idealista {adj}  :: idealistic
idealista {m}  :: idealist
idealizar {v}  :: to idealize [US], idealise [UK]
idealmente {adv}  :: ideally
idear {v}  :: to devise
ideario {m}  :: ideology
identidad {f}  :: identity
identificable {adj}  :: identifiable
identificación {f}  :: identification
identificado {adj}  :: identified
identificar {v}  :: to identify
identificativo {adj}  :: identifying
identifíquese {v} [es-compound of, identific, ar, identifique, se, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
ideo- {prefix}  :: ideo-
ideograma {m}  :: ideogram, ideograph
ideológico {adj}  :: ideological
ideología {f}  :: ideology
idilio {m}  :: idyll
idioma {m}  :: A language
idiomático {adj}  :: idiomatic
idiosincrasia {f}  :: idiosyncrasy
idiosincrático {adj}  :: idiosyncratic
idiota {adj}  :: idiotic
idiota {m} [pejorative]  :: idiot
idiotez {f}  :: idiocy
idiotismo {m} [linguistics]  :: idiom
idiotismo {m} [social]  :: ignorance
idiotizar {v}  :: to idiotize
idiótico {adj}  :: idiotic
idólatra {adj}  :: idolatrous
idílico {adj}  :: idyllic
idóneo {adj}  :: fitting
idóneo {adj}  :: suitable
idénticamente {adv}  :: identically
idéntico {adj}  :: identical
-ido {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the past participle of regular -ir and -er verbs
idolatrar {v}  :: to idolize
idoneidad {f}  :: appropriateness
-idor {suffix}  :: Form of -dor attached to -ir verb stems. Forms (usually agent) nouns and adjectives
-idora {suffix}  :: feminine form of -idor
idos {mp}  :: alternative form of idus
idosa {m} [carbohydrate]  :: idose
-idura {suffix}  :: Form of -dura used with -ir verbs to form nouns
idus {mp} [historical]  :: ides
-iendo {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the gerund of regular -er and -ir verbs
-iente {suffix}  :: alternative form of -ante
-ieron {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the third-person plural indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs
IFE {initialism}  :: Instituto Federal Electoral; the Mexican body for controlling elections
-ificar {suffix}  :: -ify, -fy, suffix to form verbs with the meaning of to turn into, to transform into
iglú {m}  :: igloo (inuit snow house)
iglesia {f} [Christianity]  :: church
Iglesias {prop}  :: Spanish surname
Ignacio {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to Ignatius
ignífugo {adj}  :: fireproof (something that protects against fire)
ignición {f}  :: ignition
ignominia {f}  :: ignominy
ignominiosamente {adv}  :: ignominiously
ignominioso {adj}  :: ignominious
ignorancia {f}  :: ignorance
ignorante {adj}  :: ignorant
ignorar {v}  :: to disregard
ignorar {v}  :: to ignore
ignoto {adj} [formal]  :: unknown
Íñigo {prop}  :: male given name
i griega {f}  :: Former name of the letter y. Now called ye
igual {adj}  :: equal
igual {m}  :: equal
igual {m}  :: equals sign
iguala {f} [legal]  :: retainer
igualar {v}  :: to make equal
igualdad {f}  :: equality
igualito {adj}  :: diminutive form of igual, exactly the same
igualmente {adv}  :: equally
igualmente {adv}  :: likewise
igualmente {interj}  :: likewise; the same to you
iguana {f}  :: iguana
Íñiguez {prop}  :: Spanish surname
ikurriña {f}  :: ikurriña
-il {suffix}  :: -ile (indicating relation or pertaining to)
Ilanes {prop}  :: A village in Zamora, Spain
ilícito {adj}  :: illicit
Ilda {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to the English Hilda
ilegal {adj}  :: illegal, unlawful
ilegalidad {f}  :: illegality
ilegalizar {v}  :: illegalize, criminalize, outlaw
ilegalmente {adv}  :: illegally
ilegibilidad {f}  :: illegibility
ilegible {adj}  :: illegible
ilerdense {adj}  :: From Lérida
ilerdense {m}  :: Someone from Lérida
ileso {adj}  :: unharmed
ilógico {adj}  :: illogical
ilicitano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Elche
ilicitano {f}  :: Someone from Elche
ilimitadamente {adv}  :: in an unlimited way; without limit
ilimitado {adj}  :: unlimited, boundless
-illa {suffix}  :: Added to feminine nouns to denote a diminutive form
Illinois {prop}  :: Illinois
-illo {suffix}  :: Added to masculine nouns to denote a diminutive form
ilmenita {f}  :: ilmenite
ilota {m}  :: helot
iluminación {f}  :: lighting
iluminada {f}  :: feminine form of iluminado
iluminado {adj}  :: lit, illuminated
iluminado {f}  :: visionary, seer, illuminist
iluminado {m}  :: lighting, illumination, light
iluminar {v}  :: to illuminate
Iluminismo {prop}  :: Enlightenment
iluminista {m}  :: member of the Enlightenment
ilusión {f}  :: hope, expectation
ilusión {f}  :: illusion
ilusión {f}  :: wishful thinking
ilusionado {adj}  :: eager (excited by desire)
ilusionante {adj}  :: exciting
ilusionar {v}  :: to excite
ilusionista {m}  :: illusionist
ilusivo {adj}  :: illusive
ilusorio {adj}  :: illusory
ilustración {f}  :: illustration
Ilustración {prop}  :: the Enlightenment (17th and 18th-century philosophical movement in European history)
ilustrado {m}  :: member of the Enlightenment
ilustrar {v}  :: to illustrate
ilustre {adj}  :: illustrious
im- {prefix}  :: a form of the prefix in-, used before b, m and p
imagen {f}  :: image
imaginable {adj}  :: imaginable, cogitable
imaginación {f}  :: imagination
imaginar {v}  :: to imagine
imaginario {adj}  :: imaginary
imaginarlo {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imaginar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
imaginarme {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imaginar, me, mood=inf]  ::
imaginarse {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imaginar, se, mood=inf]  ::
imaginarte {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imaginar, te, mood=inf]  ::
imaginativo {adj}  :: imaginative
imagínate {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imagina, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
imagínense {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imaginen, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
imagínese {v} [es-compound of, imagin, ar, imagine, se, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
iman de chochetes {m} [slang, vulgar]  :: pussy magnet
imantado {adj}  :: magnetized
imantar {v}  :: to make magnetic; to magnetize
imbatible {adj}  :: unbeatable
imbécil {adj} [offensive]  :: dumb, having the properties of an imbecile
imbécil {m} [offensive]  :: moron, imbecile
imbornal {m} [nautical]  :: scupper
imborrable {adj}  :: indelible, undeletable
imbuir {v}  :: to imbue
IMC {initialism}  :: índice de masa corporal: BMI (body mass index)
IME {initialism}  :: Industria Maquiladora de Exportación
Imelda {prop}  :: female given name, most common in the Philippines
-imento {suffix}  :: alternative form of -mento
imidazol {m} [organic compound]  :: imidazole
-imiento {suffix}  :: alternative form of -miento
imitación {f}  :: imitation
imitador {adj}  :: imitating
imitador {f}  :: imitator
imitadora {f}  :: feminine form of imitador
imitar {v}  :: to imitate
imán {m}  :: attraction, charm
imán {m}  :: imam
imán {m}  :: magnet
imán de chochetes {m} [colloquial]  :: pussy magnet
-imos {suffix}  :: suffix indicating the first-person plural present indicative of -ir verbs
-imos {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the first-person plural preterite indicative of -er and -ir verbs
impaciencia {f}  :: impatience
impacientar {vr}  :: to loose patience
impacientar {vt}  :: to cause impatience
impaciente {adj}  :: impatient
impacientemente {adv}  :: impatiently
impactante {adj}  :: shocking
impactar {v}  :: to impact
impacto {m}  :: impact
impagable {adj}  :: priceless
impagable {adj}  :: unpayable, very expensive
impagado {adj}  :: unpaid
impago {m}  :: nonpayment
impar {adj}  :: odd
impar {m}  :: odd number
imparable {adj}  :: unstoppable
imparcial {adj}  :: impartial
imparcialidad {f}  :: impartiality
imparcialmente {adv}  :: impartially
impartir {v}  :: to impart
impasible {adj}  :: impassive
impavidez {f}  :: cold-bloodedness
impavidez {f}  :: fearlessness
impecable {adj}  :: impeccable
impecable {adj}  :: perfect
impedimento {m}  :: impediment
impedimento {m}  :: obstacle
impedir {v}  :: to impede, hinder
impeler {v}  :: to propel
impenetrabilidad {f}  :: impenetrability
impenetrable {adj}  :: impenetrable
imperante {adj}  :: dominant
imperante {adj}  :: prevailing
imperante {adj}  :: ruling
imperar {v}  :: to be in command, to be emperor
imperar {v}  :: to prevail
imperar {v}  :: to reign, to rule
imperativo {adj}  :: imperative
imperativo {m} [grammar]  :: imperative
imperceptiblemente {adv}  :: imperceptibly
imperdonable {adj}  :: unforgivable, unpardonable
imperfección {f}  :: imperfection
imperfectamente {adv}  :: imperfectly
imperfecto {adj}  :: imperfect
imperial {adj}  :: imperial
imperialismo {m}  :: imperialism
imperialista {adj}  :: imperialist
imperialista {m}  :: imperialist
imperio {m}  :: empire
imperio {m}  :: imperium
impermeabilidad {f}  :: impermeability
impermeabilización {f}  :: impermeabilization, waterproof
impermeabilizar {v}  :: to make impenetrable
impermeabilizar {v}  :: to waterproof
impermeable {adj}  :: impermeable
impermeable {m}  :: raincoat
impersonalidad {f}  :: impersonality
impersonalmente {adv}  :: impersonally
impertinencia {f}  :: infamy, intrusiveness
impertinente {adj}  :: impertinent, cheeky
impetrada {v} [feminine past participle of, impetrar]  ::
impetradas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, impetrar]  ::
impetrados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, impetrar]  ::
impetrar {v}  :: to beseech, adjure, beg
impetuosidad {m}  :: impetuosity
impetuoso {adj}  :: impetuous, rash
impetuoso {adj}  :: spirited, lively, vehement
impiedad {f}  :: impiety
implacable {adj}  :: implacable, harsh, unrelenting
implantación {f}  :: implantation (the action or the result of implanting.)
implantar {v} [legal]  :: to pass (a law)
implantar {v}  :: to implant
implante {m}  :: implant
implícitamente {adv}  :: implicitly
implícito {adj}  :: implicit; tacit
implementación {f}  :: implementation
implementar {v}  :: to implement
implemento {m}  :: appliance
implemento {m}  :: implement
implemento {m}  :: tool
implicación {f}  :: implication
implicada {v} [feminine past participle of, implicar]  ::
implicadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, implicar]  ::
implicado {adj}  :: implicated, involved
implicados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, implicar]  ::
implicar {v}  :: to imply, implicate
implicar {v}  :: to oppose, be contradictory
implicatura {f}  :: implicature
implorar {v}  :: to implore
implosión {f}  :: implosion
implosionar {v}  :: to implode
impío {adj}  :: impious
impío {adj}  :: nonreligious
impío {adj}  :: profane
impoluto {adj}  :: pure, virgin
impoluto {adj}  :: unpolluted; unspoiled; pure; untouched; spotless
imponente {adj}  :: imposing, impressive
imponer {v}  :: to enjoin
imponer {v}  :: to impose, enforce
imponer {v}  :: to impose, impress
impopular {adj}  :: unpopular
impopularidad {f}  :: unpopularity
importación {f}  :: import
importación {f}  :: importation
importancia {f}  :: importance
importante {adj}  :: important
importantemente {adv}  :: importantly
importar {v}  :: to import
importar {v}  :: to matter, to be important
importe {m}  :: price, cost
importe {m}  :: sum
importes {fp}  :: prices, costs
importes {fp}  :: sums
importunar {v}  :: to inconvenience
imposibilidad {f}  :: impossibility
imposibilitar {v}  :: to make impossible
imposible {adj}  :: impossible
imposiblemente {adv}  :: impossibly
imposición {f}  :: imposition
impositivo {adj}  :: taxation (attributive), tax (attributive)
impostor {f}  :: impostor
impotencia {f}  :: disability
impotencia {f}  :: impotence / impotency
impotencia {f}  :: powerlessness
impotente {adj}  :: impotent, powerless, helpless
impotente {adj} [medicine]  :: impotent
impreciso {adj}  :: imprecise, vague
impredecible {adj}  :: unpredictable
impregnar {v}  :: to impregnate
imprenta {f}  :: printer (a factory where printing is done)
imprenta {f}  :: printing press
imprenta {f}  :: printing (the technology)
imprescindible {adj}  :: indispensable
impresentable {adj}  :: disgraceful
impresentable {adj}  :: inept
impresentable {adj}  :: unpresentable
impresión {f}  :: impression
impresión {f}  :: print
impresión 3D {f}  :: 3D printing
impresionable {adj}  :: impressionable
impresionado {adj}  :: impressed
impresionante {adj}  :: impressive
impresionar {v}  :: to impress; to make an impression on
impresionarme {v} [es-compound of, impresion, ar, impresionar, me, mood=inf]  ::
impresionismo {m}  :: impressionism
impresionista {adj}  :: impressionistic
impresionista {m}  :: impressionist
impreso {adj}  :: printed
impresora {f}  :: printer
impresora 3D {f}  :: 3D printer
imprevisibilidad {f}  :: unpredictability
imprevisible {adj}  :: unpredictable
imprevisión {f}  :: improvidence
imprevisto {adj}  :: unforeseen, unexpected
imprevisto {m}  :: unforeseen event; contingency
imprimible {adj}  :: printable
imprimir {v}  :: to print
imprimátur {m}  :: imprimatur
improbable {adj}  :: improbable, unlikely
improbablemente {adv}  :: improbably
improcedente {adj}  :: inappropriate
improperio {m}  :: insult, affront, diss
impropio {adj}  :: unseemly, improper
improvisación {f}  :: improvisation
improvisado {adj}  :: improvised
improvisar {v}  :: improvise (to make something up as one goes on)
imprudencia {f}  :: imprudence
imprudentemente {adv}  :: imprudently
impuesto {m}  :: tax
impuesto al consumo {m}  :: excise tax, sales tax
impuesto de capitación {m}  :: poll tax
impuesto electoral {m}  :: poll tax
impuesto indirecto {m}  :: excise tax
impuesto por cabeza {m}  :: head tax
impuesto real {m}  :: property tax
impuesto real {m}  :: royal tax
impuesto sobre bienes {m}  :: tax (goods tax especially property tax bienes raices)
impuesto sobre bienes y servicios {m}  :: A goods and services tax
impuesto sucesorio {m}  :: estate tax, inheritance tax
impugnación {f}  :: challenge
impugnar {v}  :: to contest
impulsar {v}  :: to impel, to drive, to force
impulse {m}  :: push, shove
impulsándose {v} [es-compound of, impuls, ar, impulsando, se, mood=part]  ::
impulso {m}  :: drive, urge
impulso {m} [sciences]  :: impulse, pulse
impulsor {adj}  :: driving
impulsor {adj}  :: impulsive
impulsor {m}  :: impeller
impunemente {adv}  :: with impunity, scot-free
impunidad {f}  :: impunity
impuramente {adv}  :: impurely
impureza {f}  :: taint; impurity
impuro {adj}  :: impure
imputable {adj}  :: attributable; imputable
imputación {f}  :: imputation
imputar {v}  :: to impute; to ascribe
impávido {adj}  :: fearless
in- {prefix}  :: not (negation)
ión {m}  :: ion
inacabable {adj}  :: endless, interminable
inaccesibilidad {f}  :: inaccessibility
inaccesible {adj}  :: inaccessible
inacentuado {adj} [phonetics]  :: atonic, unstressed
inaceptable {adj}  :: unacceptable
inaceptablemente {adv}  :: unacceptably
inactividad {f}  :: inactivity, idleness
inactivo {adj}  :: inactive
inadecuado {adj}  :: inadequate
inadmisible {adj}  :: inadmissible
inadvertidamente {adv}  :: inadvertently
inagotable {adj}  :: inexhaustible
inaguantable {adj}  :: unbearable, intolerable
INAH {prop} [Mexico]  :: abbreviation of Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (National Institute of Anthropology and History)
inalcanzable {adj}  :: unreachable
inalámbrico {adj}  :: wireless
inamovible {adj}  :: fixed, stationary
inane {adj}  :: inane; pointless
inanición {f}  :: starvation, inanition
inapelable {adj}  :: unappealable
inapetencia {f}  :: lack of hunger, lack of appetite
inapetencia {f}  :: loss of appetite
inapetente {adj}  :: not hungry, without appetite
inapropiado {adj}  :: inappropriate
inarmónico {adj}  :: inharmonic
inarmonía {f}  :: inharmonicity
inarmonicidad {f}  :: inharmonicity
inasequible {adj}  :: unaffordable
inasequible {adj}  :: unapproachable
inaudito {adj}  :: outrageous
inaudito {adj}  :: unheard-of, unprecedented
inauguración {f}  :: inauguration
inaugural {adj}  :: inaugural
inaugurar {v}  :: to inaugurate
inca {m}  :: Inca
incaico {adj}  :: Incan
incalculable {adj}  :: incalculable
incandescente {adj}  :: incandescent
incansable {adj}  :: tireless, indefatigable
incapacidad {f}  :: disability, handicap
incapacidad {f}  :: inability, incapability
incapacitar {v}  :: to incapacitate
incapaz {adj}  :: incapable, unable
incautación {f}  :: confiscation, seizure
incautar {v}  :: to confiscate
incautar {v}  :: to seize
incauto {adj}  :: dupe, gullible, unwary, naive
incendiar {v}  :: to set fire to
incendiario {adj}  :: incendiary, inflammatory
incendiario {m}  :: arsonist
incendio {m}  :: fire (especially burning buildings or forests)
incensación {f}  :: incensation
incensar {v}  :: to incense
incensario {m}  :: censer
incentivar {v}  :: to foster, provide incentive
incentivo {m}  :: incentive, stimulus
incertidumbre {f}  :: uncertainty
incesante {adj}  :: incessant; ceaseless
incesantemente {adv}  :: incessantly, ceaselessly
incesto {m}  :: incest
incógnito {adj}  :: incognito, anonymous, unknown (with a hidden or unknown identity)
incha {m}  :: a soccer fan or sometimes a hooligan
incidencia {f}  :: (countable) an incident, or happening
incidencia {f}  :: (uncountable) repercussion, impact, or effect
incidentalmente {adv}  :: incidentally
incidente {m}  :: incident
incidir {vi}  :: to have influence or affect on, to have bearing on
incidir {v}  :: to enter into, to incur
incienso {m}  :: incense
inciertamente {adv}  :: uncertainly
incierto {adj}  :: uncertain
incineradora {f}  :: incinerator
incinerar {v}  :: to incinerate
incipiente {adj}  :: beginning
incisión {f}  :: incision, cut
incisivo {adj}  :: incisive
incisivo {m}  :: incisor
incitación {f}  :: arousal
incitación {f}  :: incitement, incitation
incitación {f}  :: seduction
incitar {v}  :: to incite
incivil {adj}  :: uncivil
inclasificable {adj}  :: unclassifiable (that one cannot classify)
inclemente {adj}  :: inclement, rough (of weather)
inclemente {adj}  :: merciless, severe
inclinación {f}  :: inclination
inclinación {f}  :: incline
inclinar {v}  :: to tilt
incluido {adj}  :: included, supplied
incluir {v}  :: to include, to enclose, to contain
incólume {adj}  :: unhurt, unscathed
inclusión {f}  :: inclusion
inclusive {adj}  :: inclusive
inclusive {adv}  :: inclusively
incluso {adj}  :: enclosed, included
incluso {adv}  :: even
incluso {adv}  :: including
incómodo {adj}  :: uncomfortable
incoación {f} [legal, formal]  :: Start, or commencement, or initiation
incoar {v} [legal]  :: to start, commence (a trial)
incoherente {adj}  :: incoherent
incoherentemente {adv}  :: incoherently
incoloro {adj}  :: colourless
incombinable {adj}  :: incombinable
incombustible {adj}  :: Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable
incomodar {vr}  :: to feel uncomfortable
incomodar {v}  :: to bother; to annoy; to vex
incomodar {v}  :: to cause discomfort to someone, make uncomfortable
incomodar {v}  :: to inconvenience
incomodidad {f}  :: incommodiousness, inconvenience, discomfort
incompatibilidad {f}  :: incompatibility
incompatible {adj}  :: incompatible
incompetencia {f}  :: incompetence
incompetente {adj}  :: incompetent
incompletamente {adv}  :: incompletely
incompleto {adj}  :: incomplete, unfinished
incomprensible {adj}  :: incomprehensible
incomunicada {v} [feminine past participle of, incomunicar]  ::
incomunicadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, incomunicar]  ::
incomunicado {adj}  :: Of a prisoner, incommunicado; not permitted to communicate with anyone by speech or writing. Often used substantively.
incomunicados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, incomunicar]  ::
incomunicar {v}  :: to isolate, to deny communication
inconcebible {adj}  :: inconceivable, unthinkable
inconciliable {adj}  :: irreconcilable
inconcreto {adj}  :: imprecise, unspecific
incondicional {adj}  :: unconditional
incondicionalmente {adv}  :: wholeheartedly, unconditionally, unreservedly, unquestioningly
inconexo {adj}  :: disconnected
inconexo {adj}  :: disjointed, random
inconexo {adj}  :: unconnected
inconformismo {m}  :: nonconformism, nonconformity
inconformista {m}  :: nonconformist
inconfundible {adj}  :: unmistakable
inconmensurabilidad {f}  :: immeasurability
inconmensurable {adj}  :: immeasurable
inconsciencia {f}  :: unconsciousness
inconsciente {adj}  :: unconscious
inconsecuente {adj}  :: inconsistent
inconstante {adj}  :: inconstant; changeable
inconstitucional {adj}  :: unconstitutional
inconstitucionalmente {adv}  :: unconstitutionally
incontable {adj}  :: uncountable
incontenible {adj}  :: unstoppable, uncontrollable
inconteniblemente {adv}  :: in a manner that is not capable of being contained
incontestable {adj}  :: incontestable
incontrolable {adj}  :: uncontrollable
inconveniente {adj}  :: inconvenient
inconveniente {m}  :: drawback
inconveniente {m}  :: problem, trouble
incorporación {f}  :: incorporation
incorporar {v} [culinary]  :: to fold, stir gently
incorporar {v}  :: to incorporate
incorporarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of incorporar
incorrectamente {adv}  :: incorrectly
incorrecto {adj}  :: wrong, incorrect
incorregible {adj}  :: incorrigible
incorregible {adj}  :: uncorrectable
incosteable {adj}  :: unaffordable
incrédulo {adj}  :: incredulous, disbelieving
increíble {adj}  :: incredible, unbelievable
increíblemente {adv}  :: incredibly
incredulidad {f}  :: incredulity
incrementada {v} [feminine past participle of, incrementar]  ::
incrementadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, incrementar]  ::
incrementados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, incrementar]  ::
incrementar {v}  :: to increment
incremento {m}  :: accrual
incremento {m}  :: increment
increpar {v}  :: to rebuke, to chastise
incriminar {v}  :: to incriminate
incruento {adj}  :: bloodless
incrustación {f}  :: inlay
incrustar {v}  :: to embed, encrust
incruzable {adj}  :: uncrossable
incásico {adj}  :: Incan
incubadora {f}  :: incubator
incubar {v}  :: to incubate
inculcar {v}  :: to instill, inculcate (in), drum (review to establish memorization)
inculpada {v} [feminine past participle of, inculpar]  ::
inculpadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, inculpar]  ::
inculpados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, inculpar]  ::
inculpar {v}  :: to accuse
inculto {adj}  :: ignorant
inculto {adj}  :: uncivilized
inculto {adj}  :: uncultivated
incumbencia {f}  :: duty, responsibility, incumbency
incumbir {v}  :: to be incumbent
incumplido {adj}  :: unfulfilled
incumplidor {m}  :: deadbeat, disappointer
incumplir {v}  :: to disobey (rules)
incumplir {v}  :: to fail to complete
incunable {m}  :: incunable, incunabulum
incurrir {v}  :: to incur
incursión {f}  :: raid; incursion
incursionar {v}  :: to stage a raid on
indagación {f}  :: investigation
indagar {vt}  :: to investigate
indebido {m}  :: undue, unowed
indecisión {f}  :: indecision, quandary
indeciso {adj}  :: indecisive, irresolute, wavering, uncertain, hesitant
indeciso {adj}  :: undecided, unsettled, unresolved
indefenso {adj}  :: helpless, defenseless
indefinidamente {adv}  :: indefinitely
indefinido {adj}  :: indefinite
indeformable {adj}  :: undeformable
indeleble {adj}  :: indelible
indemnización {f}  :: indemnity
indemnizar {v}  :: to indemnify
independencia {f}  :: independence
independencia lineal {f} [linear algebra]  :: linear independence
independentista {adj}  :: That desires independence
independentista {m}  :: independentist
independiente {adj}  :: independent
independientemente {adv}  :: independently
independizarse {v}  :: to become independent
indescifrable {adj}  :: illegible
indeseable {adj}  :: undesirable
indestructible {adj}  :: indestructible
indetectable {adj}  :: undetectable
indeterminado {adj}  :: indeterminate
indexar {v}  :: to index
indígena {adj}  :: indigenous
indígena {m}  :: indigenous person, native
india {f}  :: feminine form of indio
India {prop}  :: India
indiana {f}  :: (textile) printed calico
Indiana {prop}  :: Indiana
indicación {f}  :: indication
indicación {f} [in plural]  :: directions
indicado {adj}  :: appropriate
indicado {adj}  :: indicated
indicado {adj}  :: suitable
indicador {m} [automotive]  :: indicator, trafficator
indicador {m}  :: indicator
indicar {v}  :: to indicate
indiciar {v}  :: to index
indicio {m}  :: clue, hint
indicio {m}  :: evidence
indicio {m}  :: sign
indiferencia {f}  :: apathy
indiferencia {f}  :: indifference
indiferente {adj}  :: indifferent
indigencia {f}  :: indigence
indigenismo {m}  :: A movement to rectify past and current wrongs against indigenous minorities
indigente {adj}  :: indigent
indigerible {adj}  :: indigestible
indigestar {vr}  :: to get indigestion
indigestar {v}  :: to give or cause indigestion
indigestible {adj}  :: indigestible
indigestión {f}  :: indigestion
indigesto {adj}  :: indigestible
indigesto {adj}  :: suffering indigestion
indignación {f}  :: indignation
indignada {v} [feminine past participle of, indignar]  ::
indignadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, indignar]  ::
indignado {m} [Spain, 2010s]  :: Someone protesting the bankster occupation of the European Union
indignados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, indignar]  ::
indignar {v}  :: to outrage
indignidad {f}  :: indignity
indio {adj}  :: Indian (from India)
indio {adj}  :: Indian, Native American
indio {f}  :: a Native American
indio {f}  :: a native of India
indio {m}  :: indium
indirecta {f}  :: hint
indirecta {f}  :: insinuation, innuendo
indirectamente {adv}  :: indirectly
indirecto {adj}  :: indirect
indiscreto {adj}  :: indiscreet
indiscutible {adj}  :: indisputable; unquestionable
indiscutiblemente {adv}  :: undisputably
indisolubilidad {f}  :: indissolubility
indisoluble {adj}  :: binding, unbreakable
indisoluble {adj}  :: indissoluble
indispensable {adj}  :: indispensable
indisponer {v}  :: to cause to become indisposed
indisponer {v}  :: to upset
indispuesta {v} [feminine past participle of, indisponer]  ::
indispuestas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, indisponer]  ::
indispuestos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, indisponer]  ::
indisputable {adj}  :: indisputable
indisputablemente {adv}  :: indisputably
indistinguible {adj}  :: indistinguishable
inédito {adj}  :: not published
individual {adj}  :: individual
individual {m}  :: place mat
individualidad {f}  :: individuality
individualismo {m}  :: individualism
individualista {adj}  :: individualistic
individualista {m}  :: individualist
individualisto {adj}  :: individualistic
individuo {m}  :: individual
indivisible {adj}  :: indivisible
indizar {vt}  :: to index
indlandsis {f}  :: ice sheet
indómito {adj}  :: indomitable
indómito {adj}  :: untamed
indómito {adj}  :: wild
indoblegable {adj}  :: unyielding
indocumentado {adj}  :: undocumented
indocumentado {f}  :: An undocumented person
indol {m} [organic compound]  :: indole
Indonesia {prop}  :: Indonesia
indonesio {adj}  :: Indonesian
indonesio {f}  :: Indonesian
inducción {f}  :: induction
inducido {m}  :: armature (in a dynamo)
inducir {v}  :: to induce
inducir {v}  :: to lead
inductor {adj}  :: inducing
inductor {m}  :: inductor
indudable {adj}  :: indubitable, undoubtable
indudablemente {adv}  :: indubitably, undoubtedly
indulgencia {f}  :: indulgence
indultar {v}  :: to pardon (grant an official pardon for a crime)
indumento {m}  :: clothing, garb, outfit
industria {f}  :: industry
industrial {adj}  :: industrial
industrializar {v}  :: to industrialize
inefable {adj}  :: ineffable (beyond expression)
ineficaz {adj}  :: ineffective
ineficiencia {f}  :: inefficiency
ineficiente {adj}  :: inefficient
inelástico {adj}  :: inelastic
ineludible {adj}  :: unavoidable
ineludible {adj}  :: unmissable
inencontrable {adj}  :: unfindable
ineptitud {m}  :: ineptitude
inequívocamente {adv}  :: unequivocally, unambiguously
inequívoco {adj}  :: unambiguous
inequívoco {adj}  :: unmistakable
inercia {f}  :: inertia
inercia química {f}  :: Chemical inertness. unreactive
inerme {adj}  :: unarmed, defenceless, helpless
inerte {adj}  :: inactive, sluggish
inerte {adj}  :: inert
inesperadamente {adv}  :: unexpectedly
inesperado {adj}  :: unexpected
inestabilidad {f}  :: instability
inestable {adj}  :: unstable
inevitable {adj}  :: inevitable, inescapable, unavoidable (unable to be avoided)
inevitablemente {adv}  :: inevitably, inexorably
inexcusablemente {adv}  :: inexcusably
inexistencia {f}  :: inexistence
inexistente {adj}  :: nonexistent
inexorable {adj}  :: inexorable
inexorablemente {adv}  :: inexorably
inexperiencia {f}  :: inexperience
inexperto {adj}  :: inexperienced
inexperto {f}  :: inexperienced person
inexplicable {adj}  :: inexplicable, unexplainable
inexplicablemente {adv}  :: inexplicably, unaccountably
infalibilidad {f}  :: infallibility
infalible {adj}  :: infallible
infamar {v}  :: to defame
infame {adj}  :: awful, dreadful
infame {adj}  :: infamous, vile, wicked
infamemente {adv}  :: infamously
infamia {f}  :: infamy
infancia {f}  :: infancy
infanta {f}  :: princess
infante {m}  :: foot soldier, infantryman
infante {m}  :: infant
infante {m}  :: infante
infantería {f}  :: infantry
infanticida {m}  :: infanticide (person)
infantil {adj}  :: childish
infantil {adj}  :: immature
infantilismo {m}  :: infantilism
infartarse {v}  :: to suffer a heart attack
infarto {m}  :: infarct, heart attack
infatigable {adj}  :: indefatigable, tireless
infatigablemente {adv}  :: indefatigably, tirelessly
infatuar {vtp} [rare]  :: infatuate
infección {f}  :: infection
infeccionar {v}  :: to infect
infectado {adj}  :: infected
infectar {v}  :: to infect
infelicidad {f}  :: misfortune
infelicidad {f}  :: unhappiness
infeliz {adj}  :: unfortunate
infeliz {adj}  :: unhappy
inferencia {f}  :: inference
inferior {adj}  :: inferior (below)
inferior {adj}  :: inferior (of lower quality)
inferior {adj}  :: inferior (of lower rank)
inferioridad {f}  :: inferiority
inferir {v}  :: to infer
infernal {adj}  :: infernal
infertilidad {f}  :: infertility
infestar {v}  :: to infest
infidelidad {f}  :: unfaithfulness
infiel {adj}  :: unfaithful
infielmente {adv}  :: unfaithfully
infierno {m}  :: hell
infijo {adj}  :: [of an affix] infixed
infijo {m}  :: infix
infiltración {f}  :: infiltration
infiltrar {v}  :: to infiltrate
infiltrarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of infiltrar
infinidad {f} [countable and, uncountable]  :: infinity
infinitamente {adv}  :: infinitely
infinitivo {m} [grammar]  :: infinitive
infinito {adj}  :: boundless, unlimited, unbounded, immeasurable
infinito {adj}  :: endless, countless
infinito {adj}  :: infinite
infinito {m}  :: infinity
inflación {f}  :: inflation (expansion or increase in size)
inflacionista {m}  :: inflationist
inflamable {adj}  :: inflammable
inflamación {f}  :: inflammation
inflamar {vt}  :: to ignite
inflamar {vt}  :: to inflame
inflar {v}  :: to inflate
inflexibilidad {f}  :: inflexibility
inflexible {adj}  :: inflexible
inflexiblemente {adv}  :: inflexibly
inflexión {f}  :: inflection (a change in the tone of voice)
inflexión {f}  :: inflection (a turning away from a straight course)
infligir {v}  :: to inflict
inflorescencia {f} [botany]  :: inflorescence
influencia {f}  :: influence
influenciar {v}  :: to influence
influente {adj}  :: alternative form of influyente
influenza {f}  :: influenza
influir {v}  :: to have influence on
influir {v}  :: to influence
influyente {adj}  :: influential
información {f}  :: data
información {f}  :: information
informado {adj}  :: informed
informal {adj}  :: informal
informalidad {f}  :: informality
informalmente {adv}  :: informally
informante {m}  :: informant, telltale
informar {vr}  :: to find out, see informarse
informar {vt}  :: to inform
informarle {v} [es-compound of, inform, ar, , le, mood=inf]  ::
informarles {v} [es-compound of, inform, ar, informar, les, mood=inf]  ::
informarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of informar To find out
informativo {adj}  :: informative
informe {adj}  :: misshapen
informe {adj}  :: shapeless, formless
informe {m}  :: report
informática {f}  :: computer science, informatics, information technology
informática {f}  :: feminine form of informático, a female computer scientist
informático {adj}  :: informatic
informático {f}  :: computer scientist
infortunadamente {adv}  :: unfortunately; regrettably
infortunio {m}  :: adversity
infortunio {m}  :: misfortune
infracción {f}  :: infraction, infringement, violation
infraespinoso {m}  :: infraspinatus
infraestructura {f}  :: infrastructure
in fraganti {adv}  :: red-handed, in flagrante delicto
inframundo {m}  :: underworld
infranqueable {adj}  :: impassable (of roads)
infranqueable {adj}  :: insurmountable, impassable (of obstacles)
infranqueable {adj}  :: unenterable (of doors)
infrarrojo {adj}  :: infrared
infrasónico {adj} [physics]  :: infrasonic
infrasonido {m}  :: infrasound
infrecuente {adj}  :: infrequent
infringir {v}  :: to infringe
infértil {adj}  :: infertile, sterile
infructuosamente {adv}  :: fruitlessly
infructuoso {adj}  :: fruitless
infructuoso {adj}  :: unfruitful
infundado {adj}  :: unfounded
infundir {v} [ditransitive]  :: to instill (especially a feeling)
infusión {f}  :: infusion
infusión {f}  :: tea (infusion made from herbs)
infusorio {m} [zoology]  :: infusoria
ingeniar {v}  :: to devise
ingeniería {f}  :: engineering
ingeniero {f}  :: engineer
ingenio {m}  :: genius
ingenio {m}  :: mind
ingenioso {adj}  :: ingenious, artful
ingente {adj}  :: great, considerable, enormous
ingenua {f}  :: feminine form of ingenuo
ingenuidad {f}  :: naivety
ingenuo {adj}  :: naive, ingenuous, candid, innocent
ingenuo {f}  :: naif
ingerir {v}  :: to ingest
ingesta {f}  :: diet
ingestión {f}  :: ingestion
Inglaterra {prop}  :: England
ingle {f} [anatomy]  :: groin
inglesa {f}  :: Englishwoman
inglés {adj}  :: English
inglés {f}  :: Englishman
inglés {f}  :: The English language
inglés antiguo {prop}  :: Old English
inglés medio {prop}  :: Middle English
ingobernable {adj}  :: unmanageable
ingrato {adj}  :: thankless
ingrato {adj}  :: ungrateful
ingravidez {f}  :: lightness
ingravidez {f}  :: weightlessness, zero gravity
ingrediente {m}  :: ingredient (one of the parts of a whole)
ingresar {v}  :: to commit someone to a medical institution
ingresar {v}  :: to enter
ingresar {v}  :: to join
ingresar {v}  :: to put
ingreso {m}  :: deposit
ingreso {m}  :: entrance, ingress
ingreso {m}  :: income
inhabilitación {f}  :: disqualification
inhabilitar {v}  :: to disqualify
inhalación {f}  :: inhalation
inhalador {m}  :: inhalator
inhalagüeño {adj}  :: disagreeable, obnoxious, unpleasant
inhalar {v}  :: to inhale
inherente {adj}  :: inherent
inhibición {f}  :: inhibition
inhibidor {f}  :: inhibitor
inhibidora {f}  :: feminine form of inhibidor
inhibina {f} [protein]  :: inhibin
inhibir {v}  :: to inhibit
inhumano {adj}  :: inhuman
inhumar {v}  :: to bury or inter
iniciación {f}  :: initiation
iniciado {adj}  :: initiate
inicial {adj}  :: initial
inicial {f}  :: initial (first letter of a name or word)
inicialmente {adv}  :: initially
iniciar {v}  :: to begin; initiate
iniciar sesión {v} [computing]  :: to log in, log on, sign in, or sign on
iniciativa {f}  :: initiative
iniciativo {adj}  :: initiatory
iniciativo {m}  :: initiative
inicio {m}  :: start, initiation
iónico {adj} [chemistry]  :: ionic
inicuo {adj}  :: iniquitous, nefarious
Iniesta {prop}  :: A Spanish surname
inimaginable {adj}  :: unimaginable
inimputable {adj}  :: unimputable
ininteligencia {f}  :: unintelligence
ininteligente {adj}  :: unintelligent
ininteligentemente {adv}  :: unintelligently
ininteligible {adj}  :: unintelligible
ininterrumpidamente {adv}  :: uninterruptedly
ininterrumpido {adj}  :: uninterrupted
iniquidad {f}  :: iniquity, injustice
injertar {v}  :: to graft
injerto {m} [horticulture]  :: grafting
injerto {m} [horticulture, surgery]  :: graft
injuriar {v}  :: to insult
injustamente {adv}  :: unjustly, unfairly
injusticia {f}  :: injustice
injustificable {adj}  :: unjustifiable
injustificado {m}  :: undue, unjustified
injusto {adj}  :: unfair
inka {m}  :: alternative spelling of inca
inkaico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of incaico
inkásico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of incásico
Inma {prop}  :: female given name
Inmaculada {prop}  :: female given name
inmadurez {f}  :: immaturity
inmaduro {adj}  :: immature
inmaduro {adj}  :: unripe
inmarcesible {adj}  :: unfading, enduring
inmaterial {adj}  :: immaterial
inmediación {f}  :: immediacy
inmediación {f} [usually in plural]  :: proximity
inmediación {f} [usually in plural]  :: surrounding areas
in medias res {adj}  :: in medias res
in medias res {adv}  :: in medias res
inmediatamente {adv}  :: immediately
inmediatez {f}  :: immediacy
inmediato {adj}  :: immediate
inmejorable {adj}  :: unbeatable
inmemorial {adj}  :: immemorial
inmensamente {adv}  :: immensely, hugely
inmenso {adj}  :: giant, huge
inmenso {adj}  :: immense
inmersión {f}  :: immersion
inmerso {adj}  :: immersed
inmerso {adj}  :: submerged
inmigración {f}  :: immigration
inmigrante {adj}  :: immigrant
inmigrante {m}  :: immigrant
inmigrantista {adj}  :: immigrant, pro-immigrant [substantive]
inmigrar {v}  :: to immigrate
inmigratorio {adj}  :: Of or relating to immigration
inminencia {f}  :: imminence
inminente {adj}  :: imminent
inmiscuirse {v}  :: to interfere [in]
inmobiliaria {f}  :: real-estate agency
inmobiliario {adj}  :: real-estate (related to real estate)
inmolar {v}  :: to immolate
inmoral {adj}  :: immoral
inmoralidad {f}  :: immorality
inmortal {adj}  :: immortal
inmortal {m}  :: immortal
inmortalidad {f}  :: immortality
inmortalizar {v}  :: to immortalize
inmovilidad {f}  :: immobility
inmovilizada {v} [feminine past participle of, inmovilizar]  ::
inmovilizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, inmovilizar]  ::
inmovilizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, inmovilizar]  ::
inmovilizar {v}  :: to immobilize
inmueble {m}  :: property, estate, building
inmundicia {f}  :: filth, dirt
inmundo {adj}  :: filthy (of or pertaining to filth)
inmune {adj}  :: immune
inmunógeno {f} [immunology]  :: antigen, immunogen
inmunidad {f}  :: immunity
inmunitario {adj}  :: immune (relating to immunity)
inmunizada {v} [feminine past participle of, inmunizar]  ::
inmunizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, inmunizar]  ::
inmunizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, inmunizar]  ::
inmunizar {v}  :: to immunize
inmunólogo {f}  :: immunologist
inmunoglobulina {f} [protein, immunology]  :: immunoglobulin
inmunológico {adj}  :: immunological
inmunología {f}  :: immunology
inmunotransferencia {f}  :: immunoblot, or western blot analysis
inmutable {adj}  :: immutable
inmutar {v}  :: to alter
inmutarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of inmutar
inmutarse {v}  :: to bat an eyelid
inmutarse {v}  :: to become disturbed, turn pale
inmóvil {adj}  :: immobile
innato {adj}  :: innate, inborn
innecesariamente {adv}  :: unnecessarily
innecesario {adj}  :: unnecessary
innegable {adj}  :: undeniable
innegablemente {adv}  :: undeniably
innombrable {adj}  :: unmentionable
innominado {adj}  :: unnamed, nameless, innominate
innovación {f}  :: innovation
innovador {adj}  :: innovative
innovar {v}  :: to innovate
innumerable {adj}  :: innumerable
inocencia {f}  :: innocence
inocentada {f}  :: practical joke, prank
inocente {adj}  :: innocent
inocente {m}  :: innocent person
inocentemente {adv}  :: innocently
inocuidad {f}  :: innocuity, innocuousness, harmlessness
inocular {v}  :: to inoculate
inocuo {adj}  :: harmless
inocuo {adj}  :: innoxious
inodoro {adj}  :: odorless
inodoro {m}  :: toilet
inofensivo {adj}  :: harmless, innocuous
inolvidable {adj}  :: unforgettable
inopia {f}  :: indigence, poverty
inoportunidad {f}  :: bad timing, untimeliness
inoportunidad {f}  :: inconvenience
inoportuno {adj}  :: inopportune
inorgánico {adj}  :: inorganic
inositol {m} [organic compound]  :: inositol
inoxidable {adj}  :: inoxidizable
inprudente {m}  :: unprudent, foolish
inquebrantable {adj}  :: unbreakable, firm
inquebrantable {adj}  :: unswerving, unshakable
inquietante {adj}  :: worrying
inquietar {v}  :: to upset
inquieto {adj}  :: anxious, worried
inquieto {adj}  :: restless, agitated, unquiet, cross
inquietud {f}  :: inquietude, restlessness
inquilinaje {m}  :: tenancy
inquilinaje {m}  :: The system of tenant farming, especially during the colonial era
inquilino {f}  :: tenant farmer
inquilino {f}  :: tenant, renter, lessee
inquina {f}  :: ill will
inquirida {v} [feminine past participle of, inquirir]  ::
inquiridas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, inquirir]  ::
inquiridos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, inquirir]  ::
inquirir {v}  :: to inquire
inquirir {v}  :: to investigate
inquisición {f}  :: inquiry, investigation
inquisición {f}  :: Inquisition
inquisidor {m}  :: inquisitor
inri {m}  :: only used in the phrase para más inri
Inés {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to Agnes. Diminutive: Inesita
Inés {prop}  :: The letter I in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
insaciable {adj}  :: insatiable
insalubre {adj}  :: unhealthy, insanitary, unsanitary, insalubrious
insalubridad {f}  :: insalubrity
insalvable {adj}  :: insurmountable
insano {adj}  :: insane
insano {adj}  :: unhealthy
insatisfactorio {adj}  :: unsatisfactory
insatisfecho {adj}  :: unsatisfied; dissatisfied
inscribir {v}  :: to inscribe
inscribirse {vr}  :: (reflexive form of inscribir#Spanish) to sign up
inscripción {f}  :: inscription
insecticida {f}  :: insecticide
insecto {m}  :: insect
insectívoro {m}  :: insectivore
inseguridad {f}  :: insecurity
inseguridad {f}  :: uncertainty
inseguro {adj}  :: insecure (lacking self-confidence)
inseguro {adj}  :: unsafe
inseguro {adj}  :: unsure, uncertain
inseminable {adj}  :: inseminable
inseminar {v}  :: to inseminate
insensatez {f}  :: insensitivity
insensato {adj}  :: senseless, crazy, foolish, insensate
insensibilidad {f}  :: insensitivity
insensibilizada {v} [feminine past participle of, insensibilizar]  ::
insensibilizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, insensibilizar]  ::
insensibilizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, insensibilizar]  ::
insensibilizar {v}  :: to desensitize
insensible {adj}  :: insensible, insensitive, cold, tactless
inseparable {adj}  :: inseparable
inseparable {m}  :: lovebird
inseparablemente {adv}  :: inseparably
insertar {v}  :: to insert
inservible {adj}  :: useless, good for nothing, unserviceable
insignia {f}  :: badge, insignia
insignificancia {f}  :: insignificance
insignificante {adj}  :: insignificant
insinuación {f}  :: hint
insinuación {f}  :: innuendo
insinuación {f}  :: insinuation
insinuar {v}  :: hint
insinuar {v}  :: insinuate
insipidez {f}  :: insipidity, insipidness, tastelessness, vapidity, blandness
insipidez {f}  :: tameness
insipiente {adj}  :: fool
insipiente {adj}  :: ignorant
insistencia {f}  :: insistence
insistir {v}  :: to insist
insólito {adj}  :: unusual, weird, strange
insolación {f}  :: insolation, sunshine
insolación {f}  :: sunstroke
insolencia {f}  :: insolence
insolente {adj}  :: insolent, impudent, impertinent
insolvencia {f}  :: insolvency
insolvente {adj}  :: insolvent
insomnio {m}  :: insomnia (sleeping disorder)
insondable {adj}  :: abysmal; deep
insoportable {adj}  :: unbearable, insufferable, insupportable, unendurable, intolerable
insostenible {adj}  :: unsustainable
inspección {f}  :: inspection
inspeccionar {v}  :: to inspect
inspector {f}  :: inspector (male)
insípidamente {adv}  :: insipidly
insípido {adj}  :: insipid
inspiración {f}  :: inspiration
inspirador {adj}  :: inspiring
inspirador {f}  :: inspirer (person who inspires)
inspirar {v}  :: to inhale
inspirar {v}  :: to inspire
inspirándose {v} [es-compound of, inspir, ar, inspirar, se, mood=part]  ::
instada {v} [feminine past participle of, instar]  ::
instadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, instar]  ::
instados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, instar]  ::
instalación {f}  :: installation (process)
instalación {f}  :: production plant
instalar {v}  :: to install
instancia {f}  :: institution
instancia {f}  :: request
instante {m}  :: moment
instantánea {f}  :: snapshot; photo
instantáneamente {adv}  :: instantaneously
instantáneo {adj}  :: instantaneous
instar {vt}  :: to urge, to be urgent
instaurar {v}  :: to establish
insti {m} [informal]  :: school (secondary school)
instigación {f}  :: instigation
instigar {v}  :: to instigate, incite, urge
instintivamente {adv}  :: instinctively, intuitively
instintivo {adj}  :: instinctive
instinto {m}  :: instinct
institución {f}  :: institution
institucional {adj}  :: institutional
institucionalización {f}  :: institutionalization
instituir {v}  :: to institute
instituto {m}  :: institute
instituto {m}  :: secondary school, senior school
instrucción {f}  :: instruction
instructor {f}  :: instructor, teacher
instruir {v}  :: to educate, school
instruir {v}  :: to inform
instruir {v}  :: to instruct
instrumental {adj}  :: instrumental
instrumentar {v}  :: to orchestrate
instrumento {m}  :: instrument
insubsanable {adj}  :: inexcusable
insubsanable {adj}  :: irreparable
insuficiencia {f}  :: deficiency
insuficiente {adj}  :: insufficient
insufrible {adj}  :: insufferable
insular {adj}  :: insular
insular {m}  :: islander
insulina {f} [hormone]  :: insulin
insulso {adj}  :: dull, boring
insulso {adj}  :: insipid, bland
insulso {adj}  :: ungracious
insultar {vt}  :: to insult, to offend
insulto {m}  :: insult
insuperable {adj}  :: insuperable
insurgencia {f}  :: insurgency
insurgente {adj}  :: insurgent, rebellious
insurgente {m}  :: insurgent, rebel
insurrección {f}  :: insurrection; rebellion
insurrecto {adj}  :: rebel; rebellious
insurrecto {m}  :: rebel
intacto {adj}  :: intact
intangible {adj}  :: intangible
integración {f}  :: integration
integral {adj}  :: brown (rice)
integral {adj}  :: integral
integral {adj}  :: whole
integral {adj}  :: whole-grain
integral {f} [mathematics]  :: integral
integrante {adj}  :: integral
integrante {m}  :: member
integrar {v}  :: to make up; compose
integrasa {f} [enzyme]  :: integrase
integridad {f}  :: integrity
integrina {f} [protein]  :: integrin
integumentario {adj}  :: integumentary
integumento {m}  :: integument
intelecto {m}  :: intellect; faculty of knowing, reasoning, and understanding in general (uncountable)
intelecto {m}  :: intellect; of a person in particular (countable)
intelectual {adj}  :: intellectual
intelectualmente {adv}  :: intellectually
inteligencia {f}  :: intelligence
inteligente {adj}  :: intelligent, clever
inteligentemente {adv}  :: intelligently
inteligibilidad {f}  :: intelligibility
inteligible {adj}  :: intelligible
inteligiblemente {adv}  :: intelligibly
intemperie {f}  :: outdoors, open air
intención {f}  :: intention
intencional {adj}  :: intentional
intencionalmente {adv}  :: intentionally
intendencia {f}  :: management, administration
intendente {m}  :: comparable to a superintendent
intensamente {adv}  :: intensely; acutely
intensidad {f}  :: intensity
intensificación {f}  :: intensification
intensificar {v}  :: to intensify
intensivo {adj}  :: intensive
intenso {adj}  :: intense, strong
intenso {adj}  :: intensive
intentar {v}  :: to try; especially, to put forth effort or to attempt
intentarlo {v} [es-compound of, intent, ar, intentar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
intentémoslo {v} [es-compound of, intent, ar, intentemos, lo, mood=imp, person=nosotros]  ::
intentándolo {v} [es-compound of, intent, ar, intentando, lo, mood=part]  ::
intento {m}  :: attempt
inter- {prefix}  :: inter-
interacción {f}  :: interaction
interacción débil {f} [physics]  :: weak interaction
interacción electromagnética {f} [physics]  :: electromagnetic interaction
interacción fuerte {f} [physics]  :: strong interaction
interacción fundamental {f} [physics]  :: fundamental interaction
interacción gravitatoria {f} [physics]  :: gravitational interaction
interacción nuclear débil {f} [physics]  :: weak nuclear interaction
interacción nuclear fuerte {f} [physics]  :: strong nuclear interaction
interaccionar {v}  :: to interact
interactividad {f}  :: interactivity
interactivo {adj}  :: interactive
interactuar {v}  :: to interact
interanual {adj}  :: year-to-year
interatómico {adj}  :: interatomic
intercalar {v}  :: to intersperse
intercambiador {m}  :: interchange; interchange station
intercambiador {m}  :: terminal (transport facility)
intercambiar {v}  :: to interchange
intercambio {m}  :: exchange
intercambio {m}  :: interchange
intercambio de idiomas {m}  :: language exchange
interceder {v}  :: to intercede
intercedida {v} [feminine past participle of, interceder]  ::
intercedidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, interceder]  ::
intercedidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, interceder]  ::
intercepción {f}  :: interception
intercepción {f}  :: tapping
interceptar {v}  :: to intercept
intercomunicador {m} [telephony]  :: intercom, talkback, doorphone
interconectado {adj}  :: interconnected
interconexión {f}  :: interconnection
intercontinental {adj}  :: intercontinental
interconversión {f}  :: interconversion
intercostal {adj} [anatomy]  :: intercostal
intercostal {m} [anatomy]  :: intercostal
intercostal externo {m}  :: external intercostal
intercostal interno {m}  :: internal intercostal
intercross {m} [sports]  :: lacrosse
interdecir {v}  :: to interdict
interdependiente {adj}  :: interdependent
interesadamente {adv}  :: interestedly
interesado {adj}  :: acquisitive, grabby
interesado {adj}  :: interested
interesado {adj}  :: opportunistic
interesante {adj}  :: interesting
interesar {v}  :: to interest
interesarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of interesar To be interested
interestatal {adj}  :: interstate
interfase {adj}  :: interphase
interfase {f}  :: interphase
interfaz {f}  :: interface (the point of interconnection between two entities)
interferencia {f}  :: interference
interferir {v}  :: to interfere
interferón {m} [protein]  :: interferon
interino {f}  :: A temp: a temporary clerk
interior {adj}  :: inner, interior
interior {m}  :: interior
interior de la República {m} [Mexico, Peru]  :: the national territories outside of the capital territory or city
interioridad {f}  :: state of being on the inside
interjección {f} [grammar]  :: interjection
interlingüe {adj}  :: translingual
interlingua {f}  :: Interlingua
interlocutor {f}  :: negotiator
intermediación {f}  :: intermediation
intermediador {adj}  :: intermediating
intermediador {f}  :: intermediator
intermediaria {f}  :: feminine form of intermediario
intermediario {adj}  :: intermediating
intermediario {f}  :: intermediary
intermediario {f}  :: middleman
intermedio {adj}  :: intermediate
intermedio {m} [theater]  :: interval, intermission
interminable {adj}  :: unending, interminable
intermitente {adj}  :: intermittent
intermitente {m}  :: indicator, trafficator, turn signal
internacional {adj}  :: international
internacionalismo {m}  :: internationalism
internacionalista {adj}  :: internationalist
internacionalista {m}  :: internationalist
internacionalizar {v}  :: to internationalize
internacionalmente {adv}  :: internationally
internada {v} [feminine past participle of, internar]  ::
internadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, internar]  ::
internado {m}  :: boarding school
internados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, internar]  ::
internar {vi}  :: to intern; to work as an intern
internar {vr} [~se en]  :: to enter (especially surreptitiously)
internar {vr} [~se en]  :: to immerse oneself in (e.g. a topic of study)
internar {vt} [~ en]  :: to commit or confine inside a place or institution
internar {vt} [~ en]  :: to send into (especially the interior of a country or region)
internauta {m}  :: An Internet user, a netizen
internet {m}  :: internet
interno {adj}  :: internal
interno {f}  :: patient
interno {f}  :: prisoner
interpelar {v}  :: to question
interpersonal {adj}  :: interpersonal
interpolar {v}  :: to interpolate
interponer {v}  :: to interpose
interponerse {vr}  :: reflexive form of interponer
interpretable {adj}  :: interpretable
interpretación {f}  :: interpretation
interpretar {v} [music]  :: to perform
interpretar {v} [theater]  :: to act a part
interpretar {v}  :: to interpret, to explain, to decipher
interpretar {v}  :: to interpret, to translate orally
interpuesta {v} [feminine past participle of, interponer]  ::
interpuestas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, interponer]  ::
interpuestos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, interponer]  ::
interregno {m}  :: interregnum (period of time between the end of a sovereign’s reign and the accession of another sovereign)
interrelación {f}  :: interrelation
interrelacionar {v}  :: to interrelate
interrogación {f}  :: interrogation
interrogar {v}  :: to interrogate
interrogativamente {adv}  :: interrogatively
interrogatorio {m}  :: An interrogation; a questioning or inquiry
interrumpir {v}  :: to interrupt
interrupción {f}  :: interruption
interrupto {adj}  :: interrupted
interruptor {adj}  :: interrupting
interruptor {m}  :: switch
interés {m}  :: interest (all senses)
intersección {f}  :: crossroads
intersección {f}  :: intersection
intersexual {adj}  :: intersexual
intersticial {adj}  :: interstitial
intersticio {m}  :: interstice
interurbano {adj}  :: intercity
interurbano {adj}  :: trunk, long-distance (phone call)
intervalo {m}  :: intermission
intervalo {m}  :: interval, gap, break
intervalo {m} [mathematics]  :: interval
intervalo {m} [music]  :: interval
intervalo {m}  :: recess
intervención {f}  :: intervention
intervenida {v} [feminine past participle of, intervenir]  ::
intervenidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, intervenir]  ::
intervenidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, intervenir]  ::
intervenir {v}  :: to intervene
interviú {m} [informal]  :: interview
intestinal {adj}  :: intestinal
intestino {m}  :: intestine
intestino ciego {m}  :: cecum
intestino delgado {m}  :: small intestine
intestino grueso {m}  :: large intestine
inútil {adj}  :: useless
inútilmente {adv}  :: in vain
inútilmente {adv}  :: uselessly
intimada {v} [feminine past participle of, intimar]  ::
intimadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, intimar]  ::
intimados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, intimar]  ::
intimar {v}  :: to get close, to grow close
intimar {v}  :: to inform
intimidación {f}  :: intimidation
intimidad {f}  :: intimacy
intimidad {f}  :: privacy
intimidante {adj}  :: intimidating
intimidar {vt}  :: to intimidate
intitular {v}  :: to title (give a title to a work)
inténtalo {v} [es-compound of, intent, ar, intenta, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
inténtelo {v} [es-compound of, intent, ar, intente, lo, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
intocable {adj}  :: untouchable
intocable {m}  :: untouchable
intolerancia {f}  :: intolerance (all senses)
intoxicación {f}  :: intoxication
intoxicar {v}  :: to intoxicate
intracelular {adj}  :: intracellular
intradía {adj} [finance]  :: intraday
intrafamiliar {adj}  :: intrafamilial
intranquilo {adj}  :: restless
intransigencia {f}  :: intransigence
intransitable {adj} [of a location]  :: immovable
intransitivamente {adv}  :: intransitively
intransitivo {adj}  :: intransitive (of a verb, not taking a direct object)
intrascendencia {f}  :: unimportance; insignificance
intrascendente {adj}  :: unimportant; insignificant
intrauterino {adj}  :: intrauterine
intravenoso {adj}  :: intravenous
intricada {v} [feminine past participle of, intricar]  ::
intricadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, intricar]  ::
intricados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, intricar]  ::
intricar {v}  :: alternative form of intrincar
intriga {f}  :: intrigue
intrigado {adj}  :: intrigued
intrigante {adj}  :: intriguing
intrigante {adj}  :: scheming
intrigante {m}  :: intriguer
intrigante {m}  :: schemer
intrigar {v}  :: to intrigue
intrincar {v}  :: to confuse, to tangle, to complicate
intrínsecamente {adv}  :: intrinsically
intrínseco {adj}  :: intrinsic (inherent, intimate)
introducción {f}  :: introduction
introducir {v}  :: to bring in
introducir {v}  :: to insert
intromisión {f}  :: meddling, intrusion, interference
introspectivo {adj}  :: introspective
introversión {f}  :: introversion
introvertido {adj}  :: introverted
introvertido {f}  :: introvert
intrépido {adj}  :: adventurous
intrépido {adj}  :: bold
intrépido {adj}  :: fearless
intérprete {m}  :: interpreter (one who interprets speech in another language)
intérprete {m}  :: (music, dance) performer
intrusar {vt}  :: to intrude, nosey-about, trespass
intrusión {f}  :: encroachment
intrusión {f}  :: intrusion
intruso {adj}  :: intrusive
intruso {f}  :: gatecrasher
intruso {f}  :: intruder
intruso {f}  :: nosy, busy body
intubación {f}  :: intubation
intubado {adj}  :: connected with tubes, intubated
intubar {v}  :: to intubate (connect with tubes)
intuición {f}  :: intuition
intuir {v}  :: to know intuitively
intuitivamente {adv}  :: intuitively, by intuition
intuitivo {adj}  :: intuitive
inuit {adj}  :: Inuit
inuit {m}  :: Inuit
inuit {m} [uncountable]  :: Inuktitut
inulina {f} [carbohydrate]  :: inulin
inundación {f}  :: inundation, flood
inundado {adj}  :: flooded, inundated
inundar {v}  :: to inundate
inusitadamente {adv}  :: unusually, uncharacteristically
inusual {adj}  :: unusual
inusualmente {adv}  :: unusually
inutilidad {f}  :: uselessness
inutilización {f}  :: uselessness
inutilizar {v}  :: to disable
inutilizar {v}  :: to make unusable
inutilizar {v}  :: to spoil
inutilizar {v}  :: to void
invadir {v}  :: to invade
invaginar {v}  :: invaginate
invalidar {v}  :: to invalidate
invalidez {f}  :: handicap
invalidez {f}  :: invalidity
invariancia {f}  :: invariance
invariante {f}  :: invariant
invasión {f}  :: invasion
invasión {f}  :: trespass
invasivo {adj}  :: invasive
invasor {adj}  :: invasive
invasor {f}  :: invader
invectiva {adj}  :: invective. Insulting, abusive, or highly critical language
invencibilidad {f}  :: invincibility
invencible {adj}  :: invincible
invención {f}  :: fiction
invención {f}  :: invention (something invented)
invención {f}  :: invention (the act of inventing)
inventado {adj}  :: invented
inventar {v}  :: to feign
inventar {v}  :: to invent
inventariada {v} [feminine past participle of, inventariar]  ::
inventariadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, inventariar]  ::
inventariados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, inventariar]  ::
inventariar {v}  :: to inventory
inventiva {f}  :: inventiveness
invento {m}  :: invention
inventor {m}  :: inventor (one who invents things)
invernada {f}  :: winter
invernada {f}  :: wintering, winter stay
invernadero {m} [botany]  :: greenhouse
invernal {adj}  :: winter (attributive)
invernar {v}  :: to hibernate, to winter
invernáculo {m} [botany]  :: greenhouse
invernizo {adj}  :: wintry
inverosímil {adj}  :: implausible
inverosímil {adj}  :: incredible
inversión {f}  :: inversion
inversión {f}  :: investment
inversionista {m}  :: investor
inverso {adj}  :: inverted, reverse
inverso {adj}  :: opposite
inversor {f}  :: investor
invertible {adj}  :: invertible
invertido {adj} [colloquial]  :: gay, bent (homosexual)
invertido {m} [colloquial]  :: gay, bender
invertir {v}  :: to invert
invertir {v}  :: to invest
investidura {f}  :: investiture
investigación {f}  :: investigation
investigación {f}  :: research
investigado {adj}  :: investigated
investigador {adj}  :: researching, investigating
investigador {f}  :: researcher, investigator
investigadora {f}  :: feminine form of investigador
investigar {v}  :: to investigate
investigar {v}  :: to research
investigarlo {v} [es-compound of, investig, ar, investigar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
inviable {adj}  :: inviable
invicto {adj}  :: invincible, unbeatable
invicto {adj}  :: unbeaten, undefeated
invidente {adj}  :: blind
invidente {m}  :: blind person
invierno {m}  :: winter
invierno nuclear {m}  :: nuclear winter
inviolable {adj}  :: inviolable
invisibilidad {f}  :: invisibility
invisible {adj}  :: invisible
invisiblemente {adv}  :: invisibly
invitación {f}  :: invitation
invitada {f}  :: feminine form of invitado
invitado {adj}  :: invited
invitado {f}  :: guest
invitar {v}  :: to invite
invitarme {v} [es-compound of, invit, ar, invitar, me, mood=inf]  ::
invitarte {v} [es-compound of, invit, ar, invitar, te, mood=inf]  ::
inválido {adj}  :: invalid
inválido {adj}  :: void
invocar {v}  :: to invoke
involucrado {adj}  :: involved
involucrar {vr}  :: meddle
involucrar {vt}  :: involve
involucrarme {v} [es-compound of, involucr, ar, involucrar, me, mood=inf]  ::
involucro {m} [botany]  :: involucre
involuntariamente {adv}  :: involuntarily
involuntario {adj}  :: involuntary
involuntario {adj}  :: unintentional
invulnerabilidad {f}  :: invulnerability
invulnerable {adj}  :: invulnerable
inyección {f}  :: injection
inyectable {adj}  :: injectable
inyectable {m} [pharmacy]  :: injectable
inyectada {v} [feminine past participle of, inyectar]  ::
inyectadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, inyectar]  ::
inyectados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, inyectar]  ::
inyectar {v}  :: to inject
inyector {m}  :: injector
inyector {m}  :: nozzle
-io {suffix}  :: -ium
iodo {m}  :: iodine
iodopsina {f} [protein]  :: photopsin, iodopsin
ion {m}  :: ion (atom bearing an electrical charge)
ionización {f} [chemistry]  :: ionization
ionizar {v}  :: ionize
ionosfera {f}  :: ionosphere
iota {f}  :: iota (Greek letter)
Iowa {prop}  :: Iowa
iPhone {m}  :: iPhone
-iré {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the third-person singular future indicative of -ir verbs
-ir {suffix}  :: A verb ending for infinitives
ir {vr}  :: to go away, to leave. See irse
ir {v}  :: to go
ir {v}  :: (with preposition a followed by an infinitive), to be going to (near future)
ira {f}  :: ire, wrath
iracundo {adj}  :: short-tempered
Irak {prop}  :: Iraq
ir al ajo del asunto {v} [idiomatic]  :: to cut to the chase, get to the point
ir al grano {v}  :: to get to the point
iraní {adj}  :: Iranian
iraní {m}  :: Iranian
iranio {adj}  :: Iranian
Iraq {prop}  :: alternative spelling of Irak
iraquí {adj}  :: Iraqi
iraquí {m}  :: Iraqi
irascible {adj}  :: irascible
ir de compras {v}  :: to shop, to go shopping
ir de estrella {v} [idiomatic]  :: to want to be the centre of attention; show off
ir de la mano {v} [idiomatic]  :: to go hand in hand
Irene {prop}  :: female given name
Ireneo {prop}  :: male given name
iridio {m}  :: iridium
-iréis {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the second-person plural future indicative of -ir verbs
iris {m} [anatomy]  :: iris
irlanda {f}  :: A fabric of Irish wool
Irlanda {prop}  :: Ireland
irlandesa {f}  :: feminine form of irlandés (Irishwoman)
irlandés {adj}  :: Irish (from or native to Ireland)
irlandés {adj}  :: Irish (pertaining to Ireland)
irlandés {f}  :: Irishman
irlandés {prop}  :: the Irish language
irlandés antiguo {prop}  :: Old Irish
irme {v} [es-compound of, , ir, , me, mood=inf]  ::
Irán {prop}  :: Iran
irónicamente {adv}  :: ironically; with irony
irónico {adj}  :: ironic
irnos {v} [es-compound of, , ir, , nos, mood=inf]  ::
iro {m} [rare]  :: A Mohawk hairstyle
ironía {f}  :: irony
ironías de la vida {adv} [idiomatic]  :: ironically
ironizar {v}  :: to speak with irony
IRPF {initialism}  :: w:es:Impuesto sobre la renta de las personas físicas, a personal income tax in Spain
ir por los cerros de Úbeda {v} [idiomatic]  :: to beat around the bush
irracional {adj}  :: irrational, absurd
irracionalmente {adv}  :: irrationally
irradiar {v}  :: to irradiate
irreal {adj}  :: fantastic
irreal {adj}  :: unreal
irrealidad {f}  :: unreality
irreconciliable {adj}  :: irreconcilable
irreconocible {adj}  :: unrecognizable
irrecuperable {adj}  :: irrecuperable
irreemplazable {adj}  :: irreplaceable
irrefutable {adj}  :: irrefutable
irregular {adj}  :: irregular
irregularidad {f}  :: irregularity
irregularmente {adv}  :: irregularly
irrelevante {adj}  :: irrelevant, unimportant
irremediable {adj}  :: irremediable
irremediablemente {adv}  :: irremediably
irremisible {adj}  :: irremissible. unpardonable
irreparable {adj}  :: irreparable
irreparablemente {adv}  :: irreparably
irrepetible {adj}  :: extraordinary, unrepeatable
irreprimible {adj}  :: irrepressible
irresistible {adj}  :: irresistible
irresistiblemente {adv}  :: irresistibly
irrespeto {m}  :: disrespect
irrespetuoso {adj}  :: disrespectful
irresponsabilidad {f}  :: irresponsibility
irresponsable {adj}  :: irresponsible
irrestricto {adj}  :: limitless, unrestricted
irreverencia {f}  :: irreverence
irreverente {adj}  :: irreverent
irreversible {adj}  :: irreversible (not able to be reversed)
irrevocable {adj}  :: irrevocable
irrigar {v}  :: to irrigate
irrisorio {adj}  :: paltry
irritable {adj}  :: irritable
irritablemente {adv}  :: irritably, touchily
irritación {f}  :: annoyance; irritation
irritante {adj}  :: abrasive
irritar {v}  :: to excite
irritar {v}  :: to irritate
irrogada {v} [feminine past participle of, irrogar]  ::
irrogadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, irrogar]  ::
irrogados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, irrogar]  ::
irrogar {v}  :: to cause harm or danger
irrompible {adj}  :: unbreakable
irrumpir {v}  :: to burst into
irrupción {f}  :: break-in
irse {v}  :: to break wind (informal)
irse {v}  :: to come (vulgar)
irse {v}  :: to die
irse {v}  :: to finish, to wear out, to disappear (e.g. money, paint, pains, mechanical parts)
irse {v}  :: to go away, to leave, to depart, to go (when the destination is not essential; when something or someone is going somewhere else)
irse {v}  :: to go out (lights)
irse {v}  :: to leak out (with liquids and gasses), to boil away, to go flat (gas in drinks)
irse {v}  :: to overflow
irse {v}  :: to wet/soil oneself (informal)
irse al garete {vp}  :: to go bad, to spoil
irse de la lengua {v} [idiomatic]  :: let the cat out of the bag (reveal a secret)
irse de la olla {v} [idiomatic]  :: to lose it, lose the plot
irse de las manos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get out of hand
irte {v} [es-compound of, , ir, , te, mood=inf]  ::
irundarra {adj}  :: Of or from Irun
irundarra {m}  :: Someone from Irun
Isaí {prop}  :: Jesse [biblical character]
Isa {prop}  :: female given name
Isaac {prop}  :: Isaac (Biblical figure)
Isaac {prop}  :: male given name
Isabel {prop}  :: Elizabeth [biblical character]
Isabel {prop}  :: female given name, cognate with Elizabeth
isentrópico {adj}  :: isentropic
Isidoro {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Isidore
Isidro {prop}  :: male given name, variant of Isidoro, cognate to English Isidore
isla {f}  :: island
Isla de Pascua {prop}  :: Easter Island
islam {m}  :: Islam
islamismo {m}  :: Islamism
islamista {m}  :: Islamist
islamizar {vt}  :: to Islamicize
Islandia {prop}  :: Iceland
islandés {adj}  :: Icelandic (from or native to Iceland)
islandés {adj}  :: Icelandic (pertaining to Iceland)
islandés {f}  :: Icelander
islandés {prop}  :: the Icelandic language
islas Anglonormandas {prop}  :: Channel Islands
Islas Baleares {prop}  :: Balearic Islands (group of islands in the Mediterranean, belonging to Spain)
Islas Cook {prop}  :: Cook Islands
islas del Canal {prop}  :: Channel Islands
islas Malvinas {prop}  :: Falkland Islands
Islas Marshall {prop}  :: Marshall Islands
Islas Salomón {prop}  :: Solomon Islands
isleña {f}  :: feminine form of isleño
isleño {adj}  :: insular (of, relating to, or from an island)
isleño {f}  :: islander
islámico {adj}  :: Islamic
islándico {adj}  :: Icelandic (from or native to Iceland)
islándico {adj}  :: Icelandic (pertaining to Iceland)
islote {m}  :: islet
Ismael {prop}  :: Ishmael [biblical character]
Ismael {prop}  :: male given name
isómero {m} [chemistry]  :: isomer
-ismo {suffix}  :: -ism
iso- {prefix}  :: iso-
isoaloxazina {f} [organic compound]  :: isoalloxazine
isobutano {m} [organic compound]  :: methylpropane
isocianato {m} [organic compound]  :: isocyanate
isocitrato {m}  :: isocitrate
isocromosoma {m} [genetics]  :: isochromosome
isocítrico {adj}  :: isocitric
isodecágono {m} [geometry]  :: icosagon
isoenzima {f} [enzyme]  :: isoenzyme
isoespín {m}  :: isospin
isoforma {f} [biochemistry]  :: isoform
isoglosa {f}  :: isogloss
isoleucina {f} [amino acid]  :: isoleucine
isomaltasa {f} [enzyme]  :: isomaltase
isomaltosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: isomaltose
isomería {f}  :: isomerism
isomerasa {f} [enzyme]  :: isomerase
isometría {f}  :: isometry
isomorfo {adj}  :: isomorphic, isomorphous
isopreno {m} [organic compound]  :: isoprene
isopropil {m} [organic compound]  :: isopropyl
isopropilbenceno {m} [organic compound]  :: isopropylbenzene
isopropílico {adj}  :: isopropyl
isospín {m}  :: isospin
isotónico {adj}  :: isotonic
isotrasplante {m} [surgery]  :: isotransplant
isotrópico {adj}  :: isotropic
isozima {f} [enzyme]  :: isoenzyme
isquemia {f}  :: ischemia
isquémico {adj}  :: ischemic
israelí {adj}  :: Israeli (of or describing the country of Israel)
israelí {adj}  :: Israeli (person)
israelí {m}  :: Israeli (person from Israel or of Israeli descent)
Israel {prop}  :: Israel
Israel {prop}  :: Jacob
israelita {adj}  :: Israelite
israelita {f}  :: Israelite
Issachâr {prop}  :: Issachar (Biblical character and tribe)
-ista {suffix}  :: Indicates one that practices a profession of the noun stem; Example: periódico periodista
-ista {suffix}  :: -ista; one who follows a principle. Example: optimista
-iste {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the second-person singular indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs
-isteis {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating the second-person plural indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs
istmo {m}  :: isthmus
isótono {m}  :: isotone
isótopo {m}  :: isotope
-ita {suffix}  :: -ite
-ita {suffix}  :: Substituted for "a" at the end of feminine words and names to denote a diminutive form
itacate {m} [Mexico]  :: food provisions, rations
Italia {prop}  :: Italy
italiana {f}  :: feminine form of italiano
italiano {adj}  :: Italian (from or native to Italy)
italiano {adj}  :: Italian (pertaining to Italy)
italiano {f}  :: an Italian
italiano {f} [Chile]  :: hot dog
italiano {prop}  :: the Italian language
iteración {f}  :: iteration
iterbio {m}  :: ytterbium
itinerario {m}  :: itinerary
itinerario {m}  :: schedule
itálica {f}  :: italic (typeface whose letters slant to the right)
-ito {suffix} [chemistry]  :: Forms the name of an salt derived from an acid (similar to -ate in English)
-ito {suffix}  :: Forms names of minerals
-ito {suffix}  :: Substituted for “o” at the end of masculine words and names to denote a diminutive form
itrio {m}  :: yttrium
-itud {suffix}  :: -itude, state of, used to form a noun from an adjective
IU {prop}  :: initialism of [[izquierda
Iñupiaq {prop}  :: Inupiaq
IVA {abbr}  :: VAT, value-added tax
Iván {prop}  :: male given name, equivalent to English Ivan
-ivo {suffix}  :: -ive
-iza {suffix}  :: feminine form of -izo
Izabal {prop}  :: A department of Guatemala
izada {v} [feminine past participle of, izar]  ::
izadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, izar]  ::
izados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, izar]  ::
-izar {suffix}  :: -ise/-ize
izar {v} [nautical]  :: to hoist
-izo {suffix}  :: Forms adjectives from other adjectives, nouns, and verbs usually denoting propensity or likeness
izote {m}  :: A species of yucca, Yucca aloifolia, native to Mexico and Central America
izquierda {f}  :: the left
izquierdista {m}  :: leftist
izquierdo {adj}  :: crooked
izquierdo {adj}  :: left-handed
izquierdo {adj}  :: left; on the left side or toward the left; the opposite of right
Iztaccíhuatl {prop}  :: Iztaccíhuatl
íleon {m}  :: The ileum
ímpeto {m}  :: Variant form of ímpetu
ímpetu {m}  :: energy; vigor
ímpetu {m}  :: force
ímpetu {m}  :: impetus
-ín {suffix}  :: A suffix to form the diminutives of nouns, often one already with a diminutive suffix
íncola {m} [formal]  :: inhabitant, resident, dweller
íncubo {m}  :: incubus
índice {m}  :: index
índico {adj}  :: Indian, East Indian
índico {adj}  :: related to the Indian Ocean
Índico {prop} [oceans]  :: Short form of Océano Índico, the Indian Ocean
índigo {m}  :: indigo (colour)
índigo {m}  :: indigo plant
índole {f}  :: type
ínsula {f}  :: isle
íntegramente {adv}  :: entirely
íntegramente {adv}  :: with integrity
íntegro {adj}  :: complete
íntegro {adj}  :: having integrity
íntegro {m} [neologism, nonstandard]  :: Integer (number)
íntimamente {adv}  :: intimately
íntimo {adj}  :: close
íntimo {adj}  :: familiar, cosy
íntimo {adj}  :: intimate
íntimo {adj}  :: private
ípsilon {f}  :: upsilon; the Greek letter Υ, υ
írrito {adj}  :: invalid
-ísimo {suffix}  :: Added to adjectives to form the absolute superlative
-ísimo {suffix}  :: Added to adverbs to form the superlative (e.g. lejísimo and tardísimo)
Ítaca {prop}  :: Ithaca
ítalo- {prefix}  :: Italo-; italo-
ítalo-español {adj}  :: Italo-Spanish
ítalo-francés {adj}  :: Italo-French
ítem {m}  :: item (distinct physical object)