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{suffix} :: Suffix indicating certain demonyms, especially from Arabic and Indo-Iranian countries and regions
{suffix} :: First person preterite ending of regular -er verbs
-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
-ía {suffix} :: forms nouns, from adjectives, denoting states, conditions and qualities; -ness; -ity; -y; -hood
-ía {suffix} [medicine] :: forms the names of medical conditions; -y; -ia
-ía {suffix} :: forms the names of offices or jobs; -ship
-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
íbero {adj} :: Iberian
íbero {m} :: Iberian
íbice {m} :: ibex (type of wild mountain goat)
ícono {m} [Latin America] :: alternative form of icono
íctico {adj} :: ichthyic
ídem {adv} :: In the same way
ídem {interj} :: Indicates the speaker agrees with a recently expressed sentiment; "Ditto"
ídem {pron} :: The same; the same thing
ídisch {m} :: alternative form of yidis
ídish {m} :: alternative form of yidis
ídishñol {m} :: An informal language blending elements of Spanish and Yiddish
ídola {f} :: idol [person]
ídolo {m} :: idol
ígneo {adj} [geology] :: igneous
i {letter} :: letter
i {f} :: Name of the letter I
i {conj} :: obsolete spelling of y
-ió {suffix} :: Suffix indicating the third-person singular indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs
I {letter} :: The ninth letter of the Spanish alphabet
I {abbr} :: Ilustre
-ia {suffix} :: forms placenames; -y; -ia
Iñaki {prop} {m} :: given name
-iano {suffix} :: -ian (all instances)
-iatra {suffix} :: A doctor
-iatría {suffix} :: -iatry
-iatría {suffix} :: -iatrics
iatrofobia {f} :: iatrophobia
iatrogenia {f} :: iatrogenesis
Ibarra {prop} :: surname of Basque origin
Ibarra {prop} :: Ibarra (city)
ibarreño {adj} :: Of or from the city of Ibarra, Ecuador
ibarreño {m} :: Someone from the city of Ibarra, Ecuador
ibídem {adv} :: ibid. (in the same place)
Iberia {prop} {f} :: Iberia (European peninsula, consisting of Portugal and Spain)
Iberia {prop} {f} :: Iberia (Caucasian Iberia)
Iberia asiática {prop} {f} [historical] :: Iberia (ancient region of Georgia)
Iberia caucásica {prop} {f} [historical] :: Iberia (ancient region of Georgia)
Iberia del Este {prop} {f} [historical] :: Iberia (ancient region of Georgia)
iberismo {m} :: Pan-Iberism (an ideology supporting the union of Portugal and Spain into a single state)
ibero {m} :: alternative spelling of íbero
iberoamericano {adj} :: Latin American
iberoamericano {m} :: Latin American
Iberoamérica {prop} {f} :: Latin America
iberoaméricano {adj} :: Ibero-American
iberorromana {f} :: feminine noun of iberorromano
iberorromance {m} :: Ibero-Romance
iberorromance {adj} :: Ibero-Romance
iberorromano {adj} :: Ibero-Romance
iberorromano {m} :: Ibero-Romance person
ibex {m} :: ibex
IBEX {prop} {m} [Spain, stock market] :: initialism of [[]] the main stock market index code for the Spanish stock market, the Bolsa de Madrid
ibeyi {m} :: ibeyi
Ibáñez {prop} :: surname
ibicenco {adj} :: Ibizan
ibis {m} :: ibis
Ibiza {prop} {f} :: Ibiza
-ible {suffix} :: -ible
ibérica {f} :: feminine noun of ibérico
ibérico {adj} :: Iberian (of, from or relating to Iberia)
ibérico {m} :: Iberian (native of Iberia)
IBSA {prop} {m} [politics, economics] :: IBSA (India, Brazil, and South Africa)
ibuprofeno {m} :: ibuprofene
-ica {suffix} :: feminine singular of -ico
icaridina {f} :: icaridin
iceberg {m} :: iceberg
-ichuela {suffix} :: alternative form of -uela, used to form a pejorative diminutive: ugly little
icónico {adj} :: iconic
icnita {f} :: ichnite
icno- {prefix} :: ichno-
icnofósil {m} [paleontology] :: ichnofossil
icnológico {adj} :: ichnological
icnología {f} [paleontology] :: ichnology
icnotaxón {m} [taxonomy] :: ichnotaxon
-ico {suffix} :: -ic; added to nouns to form adjectives
-ico {suffix} [Murcia, Granada, Navarre, Aragón, Cuba] :: usually derogative diminutive suffix; added to nouns to form nouns ; replacing standard Spanish suffix -ito
iconódulo {m} :: iconodule
icono {m} :: icon (a representation, especially as an object of religious devotion)
icono {m} :: icon (a type of religious paining)
icono {m} [computing] :: icon (a small picture that represents something)
icono {m} [linguistics] :: icon (a word, character, or sign whose form is determined by the referent)
iconoclasia {f} :: iconoclasm
iconoclasta {adj} :: iconoclastic
iconoclasta {mf} :: iconoclast
iconografía {f} :: iconography
iconográficamente {adv} :: iconographically
iconográfico {adj} :: iconographic
iconología {f} :: iconology
iconostasio {m} :: iconostasis
icor {m} :: ichor (discharge from a sore)
icosaédrico {adj} :: icosahedral
icosaedro {m} [geometry] :: icosahedron
icoságono {m} [geometry] :: icosagon
icositetraedro {m} [mathematics] :: icositetrahedron
ictícola {adj} :: fish
ictericia {f} :: jaundice
ictióloga {f} :: feminine noun of ictiólogo
ictiólogo {m} :: ichthyologist
ictiofauna {f} :: fish life
ictiológico {adj} :: ichthyological
ictiología {f} :: ichthyology
ictiosaurio {m} [paleontology] :: ichthyosaur
ictiosis {f} :: ichthyosis
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} {m} :: Idaho
ida y vuelta {phrase} :: round trip
idea {f} :: idea
ideación {f} :: conception, idea
idea clave {f} :: key idea
ideal {adj} :: ideal
ideal {m} :: ideal
idealidad {f} :: idealness
idealismo {m} [philosophy] :: idealism (an approach to philosophical enquiry)
idealista {adj} :: idealistic
idealista {mf} :: idealist
idealización {f} :: idealization
idealizar {v} :: to idealize [US], idealise [UK]
idealmente {adv} :: ideally
idear {v} :: to devise
ideario {m} :: ideology
ideófono {m} :: ideophone
ideóloga {f} :: feminine of ideólogo
ideólogo {m} :: ideologue
idempotencia {f} [mathematics, computing] :: idempotence
idempotente {adj} [mathematics, computing] :: idempotent
identidad {f} :: identity
identidad de género {f} :: gender identity
identificable {adj} :: identifiable
identificación {f} :: identification
identificado {adj} :: identified
identificador {adj} :: identifying
identificador {m} :: identifier
identificar {v} :: to identify
identificarse {v} :: reflexive of identificar
identificativo {adj} :: identifying
identificatorio {adj} :: identifying
identikit {m} :: identikit
identitario {adj} [attributive] :: identity
ideo- {prefix} :: ideo-
ideograma {m} :: ideogram, ideograph
ideográfico {adj} :: ideographic
ideológicamente {adv} :: ideologically
ideológico {adj} :: ideological (of or pertaining to an ideology)
ideología {f} :: ideology
ideologización {f} :: ideologization
ideologizador {adj} :: ideologizer
ideologizar {v} :: to ideologize
ideático {adj} [Latin America] :: cranky, crazy (of someone with strange ideas or obsessions)
idiófono {m} :: idiophone
idilio {m} :: idyll
idiolecto {m} :: idiolect
idioma {m} :: language
idioma extranjero {m} :: foreign language
idiomático {adj} :: idiomatic
idiopático {adj} [pathology] :: idiopathic
idiosincrasia {f} :: idiosyncrasy
idiosincrásico {adj} :: idiosyncratic
idiosincrático {adj} :: idiosyncratic
idiota {adj} :: idiotic
idiota {mf} [pejorative] :: idiot
idiotez {f} :: idiocy
idiotismo {m} [linguistics] :: idiom
idiotismo {m} [social] :: ignorance
idiotización {f} :: The turning into idiot
idiotizar {v} :: to idiotize
idiótico {adj} :: idiotic
idólatra {adj} :: idolatrous
idílico {adj} :: idyllic
idóneo {adj} :: suitable, fitting
idénticamente {adv} :: identically
idéntico {adj} :: identical
ido {adj} :: away with the fairies; absent-minded
ido {adj} :: nuts; cuckoo; [[bonkers] (crazy)
ido {m} :: Ido (language)
-ido {suffix} :: Suffix indicating the past participle of regular -ir and -er verbs
-ido {suffix} [chemistry] :: -ide (member of a group of related compounds or elements)
-ido {suffix} [biology, astronomy] :: -id
idolatría {f} :: idolatry
idolatrar {v} :: to idolize
idolátrico {adj} :: idolatrous
idoneidad {f} :: appropriateness, suitability
-idor {suffix} :: Form of -dor attached to -ir verb stems. Forms (usually agent) nouns and adjectives
-idora {suffix} :: feminine noun of -idor
idos {mp} :: rare form of idus
idosa {m} [carbohydrate] :: idose
-idura {suffix} :: Form of -dura used with -ir verbs to form nouns
iduronidasa {f} [enzyme] :: iduronidase
idus {mp} [historical] :: ides
-iego {suffix} :: forms adjectives from nouns and verbs, often indicating a relation, belonging, or origin
-iego {suffix} :: forms nouns, especially for people
-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
IES {f} [Spain] :: initialism of instituto de educación secundaria
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)
Ifigenia {prop} {f} [Greek mythology] :: Iphigenia (Greek hero)
igbo {adj} :: Igbo
igbo {mf} :: Igbo
igbo {m} :: Igbo
iglú {m} :: igloo (inuit snow house)
iglesia {f} [Christianity] :: church
Iglesias {prop} :: surname
ignaciano {adj} :: Ignatian
Ignacio {prop} {m} :: given name
ignaro {adj} :: uninformed, ignorant
ignífluo {adj} :: ignifluous
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} :: not to know
ignorar {v} :: to ignore
ignorar {v} :: to disregard
ignorarse {v} :: reflexive of ignorar
ignoto {adj} [formal] :: unknown
Íñigo {prop} {m} :: given name
i griega {f} :: Name of the letter y
igual {adj} :: equal
igual {mf} :: equal (a person or thing of equal status)
igual {m} :: equals sign
igual {adv} :: in the same way; just like
igual {adv} :: regardless, anyway
igual {adv} [colloquial] :: maybe
iguala {f} [legal] :: retainer
igualación {f} :: leveling
igualación {f} :: equating
igualada {f} :: equalizer
igualar {v} :: to make equal
igualdad {f} :: equality
igualitariamente {adv} :: equally
igualitario {adj} :: egalitarian, equal
igualitarismo {m} :: egalitarianism
igualito {adj} :: diminutive of igual, exactly the same
igualmente {adv} :: equally
igualmente {adv} :: likewise
igualmente {interj} :: likewise; the same to you
iguana {f} :: iguana
iguanodonte {m} :: iguanodont
iguasa {f} :: whistling duck
Iguazú {prop} :: Iguazu (river)
Iguazú {prop} :: Iguazu (waterfalls)
Íñiguez {prop} :: surname
ijada {f} :: synonym of ijar [region between the ribcage and the hip]
ijada {f} :: pain felt in the region between the ribcage and the hip
ijada {f} :: synonym of atún de zorra [preparation of tuna]
ijar {m} :: region between the ribcage and the hip in mammals
ikastola {f} :: Basque-language school
ikurriña {f} :: ikurriña
-il {suffix} :: -ile (indicating relation or pertaining to)
ilación {f} :: connection; link
ilíaco {adj} :: iliac
Ilíada {prop} {f} :: Iliad (ancient Greek epic poem about the Trojan War)
Ilanes {prop} :: A village in Zamora, Spain
i latina {f} :: Name of the letter i
ilícitamente {adv} :: illicitly
ilícito {adj} :: illicit
Ilda {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate to the English Hilda
ilegal {adj} :: illegal, unlawful
ilegalidad {f} :: illegality
ilegalización {f} :: illegalization, outlawing
ilegalizar {vt} :: to illegalize, criminalize, outlaw
ilegalmente {adv} :: illegally
ilegibilidad {f} :: illegibility
ilegible {adj} :: illegible
ilegitimar {v} :: to ban; outlaw
ilegitimar {v} :: to disallow
ilegitimidad {f} :: illegitimacy
ilegítimamente {adv} :: illegitimately
ilegítimo {adj} :: illegitimate
ileo- {prefix} [anatomy] :: ileo-
ileocólico {adj} [anatomy] :: ileocolic
ilerdense {adj} :: From Lérida
ilerdense {mf} :: Someone from Lérida
ilergete {adj} :: Ilergete
ilergete {mf} :: Ilergete
ileso {adj} :: unharmed
iletrada {f} :: feminine noun of iletrado
iletrado {adj} :: illiterate
iletrado {adj} :: uneducated
iletrado {m} :: illiterate person
iletrado {m} :: uneducated person
ilógicamente {adv} :: illogically
ilógico {adj} :: illogical
iliaco {adj} :: alternative form of ilíaco
iliberal {adj} :: illiberal
ilicitano {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Elche
ilicitano {m} :: Someone from Elche
ilicitud {f} :: illegality, unlawfulness
ilimitadamente {adv} :: in an unlimited way; without limit
ilimitado {adj} :: unlimited, boundless
ilio- {prefix} :: ilio-
iliohipogástrico {adj} :: iliohypogastric
ilioinguinal {adj} [anatomy] :: ilioinguinal
iliolumbar {adj} [anatomy] :: iliolumbar
ilion {m} [anatomy] :: ilium
iliotibial {adj} [anatomy] :: iliotibial
iliquidez {f} :: illiquidity
iliria {f} :: feminine noun of ilirio
ilirio {adj} :: Illyrian
ilirio {m} :: Illyrian (inhabitant of Illyria)
ilita {f} [mineral] :: illite
-illa {suffix} :: Added to feminine nouns to denote a diminutive form
Illinois {prop} {m} :: Illinois
illita {f} [mineral] :: illite
-illo {suffix} :: Added to masculine nouns to denote a diminutive form
ilmenita {f} [mineral] :: ilmenite
-ilo {suffix} [organic chemistry] :: -yl
ilocalizable {adj} :: unreachable, unlocatable
ilocana {f} :: feminine noun of ilocano
ilocano {adj} :: Ilocano
ilocano {m} :: Ilocano
ilota {mf} :: helot
ilu {f} [colloquial] :: clipping of ilusión
iludir {v} :: to deceive
iludir {v} :: to mock, ridicule
iluminación {f} :: lighting
iluminada {f} :: feminine noun of iluminado
iluminado {adj} :: lit, illuminated
iluminado {m} :: lighting, illumination, light
iluminado {m} :: visionary, seer, illuminist
iluminador {adj} :: illuminating
iluminador {m} :: light technician, illuminator
iluminancia {f} :: illuminance
iluminar {v} :: to illuminate
iluminismo {f} :: illumination
Iluminismo {prop} {m} :: Enlightenment
iluminista {mf} :: member of the Enlightenment
iluro {m} [organic chemistry] :: ylide
ilusamente {adv} :: gullibly;. credulously
ilusión {f} :: illusion
ilusión {f} :: hope, expectation
ilusión {f} :: wishful thinking
ilusionadamente {adv} :: excitedly
ilusionado {adj} :: eager (excited by desire)
ilusionante {adj} :: exciting
ilusionar {v} :: to excite
ilusionarse {v} :: reflexive of ilusionar
ilusionismo {m} :: illusionism
ilusionista {mf} :: illusionist
ilusivo {adj} :: illusive
iluso {adj} :: gullible, deluded
iluso {m} :: stooge, gullible person
iluso {m} :: dreamer
ilusoriamente {adv} :: ineffectively
ilusorio {adj} :: illusory
ilustración {f} :: illustration
Ilustración {prop} {f} :: the Enlightenment (17th and 18th-century philosophical movement in European history)
ilustrado {adj} :: enlightened, learned
ilustrado {m} :: member of the Enlightenment
ilustrador {mf} :: illustrator
ilustradora {f} :: feminine of ilustrador
ilustradísimo {adj} :: superlative of ilustrado
ilustrar {v} :: to illustrate
ilustrativo {adj} :: illustrative
ilustre {adj} :: illustrious
ilustrísimo {adj} :: superlative of ilustre
im- {prefix} :: a form of the prefix in-, used before b, m and p
imagen {f} :: image
imagenológico {adj} [attributive] :: imaging
imagenología {f} :: imageology
imaginable {adj} :: imaginable, cogitable
imaginación {f} :: imagination
imaginador {adj} :: imagining
imaginador {m} :: imaginer
imaginadoresa {f} :: feminine noun of imaginador
imaginal {adj} :: imaginal
imaginar {v} :: to imagine
imaginariamente {adv} :: imaginarily
imaginario {adj} :: imaginary
imaginativamente {adv} :: imaginatively
imaginativo {adj} :: imaginative
imaginera {f} :: feminine noun of imaginero
imaginería {f} :: imagery
imaginero {m} :: A painter or sculptor of religious images
imam {m} [Islam] :: imam
imanar {v} :: alternative form of imantar
imanato {m} :: area controlled by an imam
imantado {adj} :: magnetized
imantar {v} :: to make magnetic; to magnetize
imatinib {m} :: imatinib
imbabureña {f} :: feminine noun of imbabureño
imbabureño {adj} :: Of or from Imbabura
imbabureño {m} :: Someone from Imbabura
imbateable {adj} :: unbeatable
imbatibilidad {f} :: unbeatability
imbatible {adj} :: unbeatable
imbatido {adj} :: unbeaten
imbécil {adj} [offensive] :: dumb, having the properties of an imbecile
imbécil {mf} [offensive] :: moron, imbecile
imbecilidad {f} :: stupidity, imbecility
imbecilización {f} :: idiotization
imbecilizar {v} :: to idiotize
imberbe {adj} :: beardless
imbiar {v} :: Obsolete spelling of enviar
imbornal {m} [nautical] :: scupper
imborrable {adj} :: indelible, undeletable
imbricación {f} :: overlap
imbricar {v} :: to interlace, interweave, imbricate
imbuir {v} :: to imbue
IMC {initialism} :: índice de masa corporal: BMI (body mass index)
IME {initialism} :: initialism of Industria Maquiladora de Exportación
Imelda {prop} {f} :: given name, most common in the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, Imelda Concepcion, Imelda Papin
-imento {suffix} :: alternative form of -mento
imida {f} [organic chemistry] :: imide
imidazol {m} [organic compound] :: imidazole
-imiento {suffix} :: alternative form of -miento
imina {f} :: imine
imitación {f} :: imitation
imitador {adj} :: imitating
imitador {m} :: imitator
imitadora {f} :: feminine noun of imitador
imitar {v} :: to imitate
imitativo {adj} :: imitative
imán {m} :: magnet
imán {m} :: attraction, charm
imán {m} [Islam] :: imam
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 {vt} :: to cause impatience
impacientar {vr} :: to loose patience
impacientarse {v} :: reflexive of impacientar
impaciente {adj} :: impatient
impacientemente {adv} :: impatiently
impactante {adj} :: shocking
impactar {v} :: to impact
impacto {m} :: impact
impagable {adj} :: unpayable, very expensive
impagable {adj} :: priceless
impagado {adj} :: unpaid
impagar {v} :: to default
impago {m} :: nonpayment
impajaritable {adj} :: necessary, imperative
impajaritablemente {adv} :: necessarily, imperatively
impala {mf} [mammals] :: impala
impalpable {adj} :: impalpable
impíamente {adv} :: impiously
impar {adj} :: odd
impar {m} :: odd number
imparable {adj} :: unstoppable
imparablemente {adv} :: unstoppably
imparcial {adj} :: impartial
imparcialidad {f} :: impartiality
imparcialmente {adv} :: impartially
imparipinnado {adj} :: imparipinnate
impartición {f} :: teaching
impartidor {m} :: imparter, provider
impartidora {f} :: feminine noun of impartidor
impartir {v} :: to impart
impartir {v} :: to give (classes, lessons)
impartir {v} :: to give, give out (orders)
impasable {adj} [briefly, Central America] :: unacceptable
impasable {adj} [briefly, Central America] :: intolerable
impase {m} :: alternative spelling of impasse
impasibilidad {f} :: impassivity
impasible {adj} :: impassive
impasiblemente {adv} :: impassively, unemotionally
impasse {m} :: impasse
impavidez {f} :: fearlessness
impavidez {f} :: cold-bloodedness
impúber {adj} :: prepubescent
impúber {mf} :: prepubescent person
impúdicamente {adv} :: shamelessly
impúdico {adj} :: shameless, unembarrassed
impeachment {m} :: impeachment (political trial) (especially in reference to the political systems of English-speaking countries)
impecabilidad {f} :: faultlessness, impeccability
impecable {adj} :: impeccable
impecable {adj} :: perfect
impecablemente {adv} :: impeccably
impedancia {f} :: impedance
impedimento {m} :: obstacle
impedimento {m} :: impediment
impedir {v} :: to impede, hinder
impeler {v} :: to propel
impender {v} :: to spend or expend
impenetrabilidad {f} :: impenetrability
impenetrable {adj} :: impenetrable
impenitente {adj} :: impenitent
impensable {adj} :: unthinkable
impensadamente {adv} :: unthinkingly
impensado {adj} :: unthinkable
impensado {adj} :: unthought
imperadora {f} :: empress
imperante {adj} :: dominant
imperante {adj} :: prevailing
imperante {adj} :: ruling
imperar {v} :: to reign, to rule
imperar {v} :: to prevail
imperar {v} :: to be in command, to be emperor
imperativamente {adv} :: imperatively
imperativo {adj} :: imperative
imperativo {m} [grammar] :: imperative
imperceptible {adj} :: imperceptible
imperceptiblemente {adv} :: imperceptibly
imperdible {adj} :: unmissable, not-to-miss
imperdible {m} :: safety pin
imperdonable {adj} :: unforgivable, unpardonable
imperdonablemente {adv} :: unforgivably, unpardonably
imperecedero {adj} :: long-lasting
imperecedero {adj} :: undying, immortal
imperfección {f} :: imperfection
imperfectamente {adv} :: imperfectly
imperfecto {adj} :: imperfect
imperfecto de subjuntivo {m} [grammar] :: present imperfect
imperfectísimo {adj} :: superlative of imperfecto
imperforado {adj} :: unperforated
imperial {adj} :: imperial
imperialismo {m} :: imperialism
imperialista {adj} :: imperialist
imperialista {mf} :: imperialist
imperialmente {adv} :: imperially
impericia {f} :: lack of skill; unskillfulness
imperio {m} :: empire
imperio {m} :: imperium
Imperio Bizantino {prop} {m} [historical] :: Byzantine Empire (an ancient Greek-speaking empire of Eastern Europe)
Imperio Medio {prop} {m} :: Middle Kingdom (egypt in the 12th and 13th dynasties)
Imperio mogol {prop} {m} :: Mughal Empire
Imperio mongol {prop} {m} :: Mongol Empire
Imperio otomano {prop} {m} :: Ottoman Empire
Imperio Romano {prop} {m} :: Roman Empire
Imperio ruso {prop} {m} :: Russian Empire (state)
imperiosamente {adv} :: imperiously
imperioso {adj} :: imperious
imperioso {adj} :: ineluctable
impermeabilidad {f} :: impermeability
impermeabilización {f} :: impermeabilization, waterproof
impermeabilizante {m} :: waterproofing
impermeabilizar {v} :: to waterproof
impermeabilizar {v} :: to make impenetrable
impermeable {adj} :: impermeable
impermeable {m} :: raincoat
impersonal {adj} :: impersonal
impersonalidad {f} :: impersonality
impersonalizar {v} :: to impersonalize
impersonalmente {adv} :: impersonally
impertinencia {f} :: infamy, intrusiveness
impertinente {adj} :: impertinent, cheeky
impertinentemente {adv} :: impertinently
impertérrito {adj} :: impassive
imperturbabilidad {f} :: imperturbability
imperturbable {adj} :: imperturbable
imperturbablemente {adv} :: imperturbably
impetrar {v} :: to beseech, adjure, beg
impetuosamente {adv} :: impetuously
impetuosidad {m} :: impetuosity
impetuoso {adj} :: impetuous, rash
impetuoso {adj} :: spirited, lively, vehement
impiedad {f} :: impiety
implacable {adj} :: implacable, harsh, unrelenting
implacablemente {adv} :: implacably
implantación {f} :: implantation (the action or the result of implanting.)
implantar {v} :: to implant
implantar {v} [legal] :: to pass (a law)
implantarse {v} :: to introduce oneself
implantarse {v} :: to implant
implante {m} :: implant
implícitamente {adv} :: implicitly
implícito {adj} :: implicit; tacit
implementación {f} :: implementation
implementador {m} :: implementer
implementar {v} :: to implement
implemento {m} :: implement
implemento {m} :: appliance
implemento {m} :: tool
implicación {f} :: implication
implicado {adj} :: implicated, involved
implicancia {f} :: implication
implicar {v} :: to imply, implicate
implicar {v} :: to oppose, be contradictory
implicatura {f} :: implicature
imploración {f} :: supplication
implorar {v} :: to implore
implosión {f} :: implosion
implosionar {v} :: to implode
impío {adj} :: impious
impío {adj} :: profane
impío {adj} :: nonreligious
impoluto {adj} :: unpolluted; unspoiled; pure; untouched; spotless
impoluto {adj} :: pure, virgin
imponderable {adj} :: imponderable
imponente {adj} :: imposing, impressive
imponer {v} :: to impose, impress
imponer {v} :: to impose, enforce
imponer {v} :: to enjoin
imponerse {v} :: reflexive of imponer
imponibilidad {f} :: taxability
imponible {adj} :: taxable
impopular {adj} :: unpopular
impopularidad {f} :: unpopularity
importación {f} :: importation
importación {f} :: import
importador {adj} :: importing
importador {m} :: importer
importadora {f} :: feminine noun of importador
importancia {f} :: importance
importante {adj} :: important
importantemente {adv} :: importantly
importantísimo {adj} :: superlative of importante
importar {v} :: to matter, to be important
importar {v} :: to import
importar un huevo {v} [colloquial, idiomatic] :: to mean absolutely nothing (to someone)
importe {m} :: price, cost
importe {m} :: sum
importunar {v} :: to inconvenience
importunidad {f} :: annoying behaviour or action
importunísimo {adj} :: superlative of importuno
imposibilidad {f} :: impossibility
imposibilitar {v} :: to make impossible
imposible {adj} :: impossible
imposiblemente {adv} :: impossibly
imposición {f} :: imposition
impositivo {adj} :: taxation (attributive), tax (attributive)
impostación {f} :: projection (of the voice)
impostado {adj} :: fake, phony
impostar {v} [music] :: to project (the voice)
impostergable {adj} :: that cannot be put off or delayed
impostor {m} :: impostor
impostora {f} :: feminine noun of impostor
impostura {f} :: imposture
impostura {f} :: slander
impotencia {f} :: impotence / impotency
impotencia {f} :: disability
impotencia {f} :: powerlessness
impotente {adj} [medicine] :: impotent
impotente {adj} :: impotent, powerless, helpless
impracticable {adj} :: impracticable
impráctico {adj} :: impractical
imprecación {f} :: imprecation, curse
imprecar {v} :: to imprecate, curse
imprecisamente {adv} :: imprecisely
imprecisión {f} :: imprecision
impreciso {adj} :: imprecise, vague
impredecibilidad {f} :: unpredictability
impredecible {adj} :: unpredictable
impregnación {f} :: impregnation
impregnar {v} :: to impregnate
imprenta {f} :: printing (the technology)
imprenta {f} :: printing press
imprenta {f} :: printer (a factory where printing is done)
imprentero {adj} [attributive] :: printing
imprentero {m} :: printer (person)
imprescindible {adj} :: indispensable
imprescriptibilidad {f} :: imprescriptibility
imprescriptible {adj} :: imprescriptible
impresentable {adj} :: unpresentable
impresentable {adj} :: disgraceful
impresentable {adj} :: inept
impresión {f} :: impression
impresión {f} :: print
impresión 3D {f} :: 3D printing
impresionable {adj} :: impressionable
impresionado {adj} :: impressed
impresionante {adj} :: impressive
impresionantemente {adv} :: strikingly, notably, remarkably
impresionar {v} :: to impress; to make an impression on
impresionismo {m} :: impressionism
impresionista {adj} :: impressionistic
impresionista {mf} :: impressionist
impreso {adj} :: printed
impresor {adj} :: printing
impresor {m} :: printer (person)
impresora {f} :: printer
impresora 3D {f} :: 3D printer
imprevisibilidad {f} :: unpredictability
imprevisible {adj} :: unforeseeable, unpredictable
imprevisiblemente {adv} :: unpredictably
imprevisión {f} :: improvidence
imprevistamente {adv} :: unexpectedly
imprevisto {adj} :: unforeseen, unexpected
imprevisto {m} :: unforeseen event; contingency
imprimación {f} :: priming
imprimible {adj} :: printable
imprimir {v} :: to print
imprimirse {v} :: reflexive of imprimir
imprimátur {m} :: imprimatur
improbabilidad {f} :: improbability
improbable {adj} :: improbable, unlikely
improbablemente {adv} :: improbably
improbar {v} :: to disapprove
improbidad {f} :: dishonesty
improcedencia {f} :: inappropriateness
improcedente {adj} :: inappropriate
improductividad {f} :: unproductiveness
improductivo {adj} :: unproductive
impronta {f} :: mark, impression
impronunciable {adj} :: unpronounceable
improperio {m} :: insult, affront, diss
impropiamente {adv} :: inappropriately
impropicio {adj} :: unpropitious
impropiedad {f} :: improperness
impropio {adj} :: unseemly, improper
improponible {adj} :: not proposable
improrrogable {adj} [of a period of time] :: unextendable
improvisación {f} :: improvisation
improvisadamente {adv} :: in an improvised manner
improvisado {adj} :: improvised
improvisador {adj} :: improvised; impro
improvisador {m} :: improviser
improvisadora {f} :: feminine noun of improvisador
improvisamente {adv} :: off the cuff
improvisar {v} :: improvise (to make something up as one goes on)
imprudencia {f} :: imprudence
imprudente {adj} :: imprudent
imprudentemente {adv} :: imprudently
imprudentísimo {adj} :: superlative of imprudente
impétigo {m} :: impetigo
impudencia {f} :: impudence
impudente {adj} :: shameless
impudor {m} :: impudence
impuesto {m} :: tax (money paid to the government)
impuesto a la venta de los bienes y servicios {m} :: goods and services 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 sucesorio {m} :: estate tax, inheritance tax
impugnable {adj} :: impugnable
impugnación {f} :: challenge
impugnador {adj} :: contesting
impugnador {m} :: contester
impugnadora {f} :: feminine noun of impugnador
impugnar {v} :: to contest
impulsador {adj} :: boosting
impulsador {m} :: booster
impulsar {v} :: to impel, to drive, to force
impulse {m} :: push, shove
impulsión {f} :: impulsion
impulsivamente {adv} :: impulsively
impulsividad {f} :: impulsiveness
impulsivo {adj} :: impulsive
impulso {m} :: drive, urge
impulso {m} [sciences] :: impulse, pulse
impulso nervioso {m} :: nerve impulse
impulsor {adj} :: driving
impulsor {adj} :: impulsive
impulsor {m} :: impeller
impune {adj} :: unpunished, scot-free
impunemente {adv} :: with impunity, scot-free
impunidad {f} :: impunity
impuntual {adj} :: unpunctual
impuntualidad {f} :: unpunctuality
impuramente {adv} :: impurely
impureza {f} :: taint; impurity
impuridad {f} :: impurity
impurificar {v} :: to impurify; sully
impuro {adj} :: impure
imputabilidad {f} :: imputability, responsibility
imputable {adj} :: attributable; imputable
imputación {f} :: imputation
imputar {v} :: to impute; to ascribe
imputar {v} :: to accuse
impávido {adj} :: fearless
in- {prefix} :: not (negation)
ión {m} :: ion
-ina {suffix} [chemistry] :: -ine
-ina {suffix} [biochemistry] :: -in
-ina {suffix} :: A diminutive suffix for feminine nouns or adjectives
inabarcable {adj} :: boundless, infinite
inabordable {adj} :: inaccessible, unapproachable
inacabable {adj} :: endless, interminable
inacabablemente {adv} :: endlessly
inacabado {adj} :: unfinished
inaccesibilidad {f} :: inaccessibility
inaccesible {adj} :: inaccessible
inacción {f} :: inaction
inacentuado {adj} [phonetics] :: atonic, unstressed
inaceptable {adj} :: unacceptable
inaceptablemente {adv} :: unacceptably
inactivación {f} :: inactivation
inactivar {v} :: to inactivate
inactividad {f} :: inactivity, idleness
inactivo {adj} :: inactive
inadaptable {adj} :: inadaptable
inadaptación {f} :: inadaptation
inadaptado {m} :: misfit
inadaptado {adj} :: maladjusted, not fitting
inadecuación {f} :: inadequacy
inadecuadamente {adv} :: inadequately
inadecuado {adj} :: inadequate
inadmisibilidad {f} :: inadmissibility
inadmisible {adj} :: inadmissible
inadmitir {v} :: to hastily turn down; quickly reject; toss out
inadvertencia {f} :: inadvertence
inadvertencia {f} :: oversight
inadvertible {adj} :: unnoticed
inadvertidamente {adv} :: inadvertently
inadvertido {adj} :: unnoticed
inafectabilidad {f} :: The inability to be moved; immovability
inagotable {adj} :: inexhaustible
inaguantable {adj} :: unbearable, intolerable
INAH {prop} {m} [Mexico] :: abbreviation of w:Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (National Institute of Anthropology and History)
inajenable {adj} :: nontransferable
inajenable {adj} [law] :: inalienable
inalcanzable {adj} :: unreachable; unattainable
inalcanzado {adj} :: unattained, unachieved
inalienable {adj} :: inalienable
inalámbrico {adj} :: wireless
inalterable {adj} :: inalterable, unchangeable
inalterablemente {adv} :: unalterably
inalterado {adj} :: unaltered
inambú {m} :: tinamou
inamistoso {adj} :: unfriendly
inamovible {adj} :: fixed, stationary
inamovilidad {f} :: immobility
inane {adj} :: inane; pointless
inanición {f} :: starvation, inanition
inanidad {f} :: inanity
inanimado {adj} :: inanimate
inapagable {adj} :: inextinguishable
inapelable {adj} :: unappealable
inapelablemente {adv} :: unmistakably
inapetencia {f} :: lack of hunger, lack of appetite
inapetencia {f} :: loss of appetite
inapetente {adj} :: not hungry, without appetite
inaplazable {adj} :: urgent
inaplicabilidad {f} :: inapplicableness
inaplicable {adj} :: inapplicable
inapreciable {adj} :: unappreciable, unnoticeable
inapropiadamente {adv} :: inappropriately, improperly
inapropiado {adj} :: inappropriate
inaprovechable {adj} :: unable to be taken advantage of
inarmónico {adj} :: inharmonic
inarmonía {f} :: inharmonicity
inarmonicidad {f} :: inharmonicity
inarticuladas {adj} :: feminine plural of inarticulado
inarticulado {adj} :: inarticulate
inarticulados {adj} :: masculine plural of inarticulado
inasequible {adj} :: unaffordable
inasequible {adj} :: unapproachable
inasible {adj} :: unattainable, unseizable
inasistencia {f} :: absence (failure to attend)
inasistencia {f} :: neglect
inasumible {adj} :: unacceptable
inatacable {adj} :: unattackable, unassailable
inatajable {adj} :: unstoppable
inatención {f} :: inattention
inatrapable {adj} :: uncatchable
inaudible {adj} :: inaudible
inaudito {adj} :: unheard-of, unprecedented
inaudito {adj} :: outrageous
inauguración {f} :: inauguration
inaugural {adj} :: inaugural
inaugurar {v} :: to inaugurate
inbox {m} [computing] :: in-box
inca {mf} :: Inca
incaico {adj} :: Incan
incalculable {adj} :: incalculable
incalculablemente {adv} :: incalculably
incalificable {adj} :: unspeakable, indescribable
incambiado {adj} :: unchanged
incanato {m} :: the Inca period; the age of the Inca Empire
incandescencia {f} :: incandescence
incandescente {adj} :: incandescent
incansable {adj} :: tireless, indefatigable
incansablemente {adv} :: tirelessly, untiringly
incantable {adj} :: unsingable
incantación {f} :: incantation
incapacidad {f} :: inability, incapability
incapacidad {f} :: disability, handicap
incapacitación {f} :: incapacitation
incapacitante {adj} :: incapacitating
incapacitar {v} :: to incapacitate
incapaz {adj} :: incapable, unable
incardinación {f} :: incardination
incardinar {v} :: to include
incasable {adj} :: unmarriageable
incautación {f} :: confiscation, seizure
incautamente {adv} :: incautiously
incautar {v} :: to confiscate
incautar {v} :: to seize
incauto {adj} :: dupe, gullible, unwary, naive
incauto {adj} :: careless
incauto {m} :: gullible or unwary person
incendiar {v} :: to set fire to
incendiaria {f} :: feminine of incendiario
incendiario {adj} :: incendiary, inflammatory
incendiario {m} :: arsonist
incendiarse {v} :: reflexive of incendiar
incendio {m} :: fire (especially burning buildings or forests)
incendio {m} :: outburst
incensación {f} :: incensation
incensar {v} :: to incense
incensario {m} :: censer
incentivación {f} :: incentivizing
incentivar {v} :: to foster, provide incentive
incentivo {m} :: incentive, stimulus
incerteza {f} :: uncertainty
incertidumbre {f} :: uncertainty
incesable {adj} :: unstoppable
incesablemente {adv} :: incessantly
incesante {adj} :: incessant; ceaseless
incesantemente {adv} :: incessantly, ceaselessly
incesto {m} :: incest
incestuoso {adj} :: incestuous
incógnita {f} [mathematics] :: unknown quantity
incógnita {f} :: mystery, hidden motive
incógnito {adj} :: incognito, anonymous, unknown (with a hidden or unknown identity)
incha {m} :: a soccer fan or sometimes a hooligan
incidencia {f} :: (uncountable) repercussion, impact, or effect
incidencia {f} :: (countable) an incident, or happening
incidental {adj} :: incidental (existing by chance)
incidentalmente {adv} :: incidentally
incidentar {v} :: to show
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
incienso {m} :: Myrocarpus frondosus, a tree from the Fabaceae family
inciertamente {adv} :: uncertainly
incierto {adj} :: uncertain
incineración {f} :: incineration
incinerador {m} :: incinerator
incineradora {f} :: incinerator
incinerar {v} :: to incinerate
incipiente {adj} :: beginning
incipientemente {adv} :: in the beginning; at first
incircunciso {adj} :: uncircumcised
incisión {f} :: incision, cut
incisional {adj} :: incisional
incisivo {adj} :: incisive
incisivo {m} :: incisor
inciso {adj} :: concise, curt
inciso {m} :: aside (parenthetical remark)
incitación {f} :: arousal
incitación {f} :: seduction
incitación {f} :: incitement, incitation
incitador {m} :: inciter, agitator (one who incites)
incitador {adj} :: inciting (who or which incites)
incitadora {f} :: feminine noun of incitador
incitante {adj} :: inciting, provoking
incitar {vt} :: to incite, to provoke
incivil {adj} :: uncivil; impolite
incivilidad {f} :: incivility
incivilizado {adj} :: uncivilized
incivismo {m} :: incivility
inclasificable {adj} :: unclassifiable (that one cannot classify)
inclaudicable {adj} :: unyielding; unfailing
inclemencia {f} :: inclemency
inclemente {adj} :: inclement, rough (of weather)
inclemente {adj} :: merciless, severe
inclinación {f} :: incline
inclinación {f} :: inclination
inclinar {vt} :: to tilt
inclinarse {vr} :: to bow down
incluido {adj} :: included, supplied
incluir {v} :: to include, to enclose, to contain
incólume {adj} :: unhurt, unscathed
inclusa {f} :: orphanage
inclusión {f} :: inclusion
inclusivamente {adv} :: inclusively
inclusive {adj} :: inclusive
inclusive {adv} :: inclusively
inclusividad {f} :: inclusivity
inclusivo {adj} :: inclusive
incluso {adj} :: enclosed, included
incluso {adv} :: even
incluso {adv} :: including
incluso {v} [obsolete] :: past participle of incluir
incluyente {adj} :: inclusive
incómodamente {adv} :: uncomfortably
incómodo {adj} :: uncomfortable
incoación {f} [legal, formal] :: Start, or commencement, or initiation
incoar {v} [legal] :: to start, commence (a trial)
incobrable {adj} :: bounced (of a check refused by a bank)
incobrable {adj} [finance] :: uncollectible (of debt)
incogible {m} [baseball] :: base hit
incoherencia {f} :: incoherence
incoherente {adj} :: incoherent
incoherentemente {adv} :: incoherently
incoloro {adj} :: colourless
incombinable {adj} :: incombinable
incombustible {adj} :: Not capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable
incomestible {adj} :: inedible
incomible {adj} :: inedible
incomún {adj} :: uncommon
incomodar {v} :: to bother; to annoy; to vex
incomodar {v} :: to cause discomfort to someone, make uncomfortable
incomodar {v} :: to inconvenience
incomodar {vr} :: to feel uncomfortable
incomodidad {f} :: incommodiousness, inconvenience, discomfort
incomodísimo {adj} :: superlative of incómodo
incomparable {adj} :: uncomparable
incomparablemente {adv} :: incomparably
incomparecencia {f} :: no-show, failure to appear
incompatibilidad {f} :: incompatibility
incompatible {adj} :: incompatible
incompetencia {f} :: incompetence
incompetente {adj} :: incompetent
incompletamente {adv} :: incompletely
incompletitud {f} :: incompleteness
incompleto {adj} :: incomplete, unfinished
incomprendido {adj} :: misunderstood
incomprensible {adj} :: incomprehensible
incomprensiblemente {adv} :: incomprehensibly
incomprensión {f} :: incomprehension
incompresible {adj} :: incompressible
incomprobable {adj} :: unprovable, unverifiable
incomunicación {f} :: isolation
incomunicación {f} :: solitary confinement
incomunicación {f} :: lack of communication
incomunicado {adj} :: Of a prisoner, incommunicado; not permitted to communicate with anyone by speech or writing. Often used substantively.
incomunicar {v} :: to isolate, to deny communication
inconcebible {adj} :: inconceivable, unthinkable
inconcebiblemente {adv} :: inconceivably
inconceptualizable {adj} :: inconceptualizable
inconciliable {adj} :: irreconcilable
inconcluso {adj} :: unfinished
inconcreto {adj} :: imprecise, unspecific
inconcuso {adj} :: indisputable, inarguable
incondicionado {adj} :: unconditional
incondicional {adj} :: unconditional
incondicionalidad {f} :: unconditional loyalty
incondicionalmente {adv} :: wholeheartedly, unconditionally, unreservedly, unquestioningly
inconducente {adj} :: unconducive, ineffectual (not likely to produce an outcome)
inconducta {f} :: misconduct
inconexo {adj} :: unconnected
inconexo {adj} :: disconnected
inconexo {adj} :: disjointed, random
inconfesable {adj} :: shameful
inconfesado {adj} :: unconfessed
inconfeso {adj} :: not having confessed
inconformarse {vr} [Mexico] :: to rebel; to go against the grain
inconforme {adj} :: rebellious, nonconformist
inconforme {mf} :: nonconformist
inconformidad {f} :: nonconformity
inconformismo {m} :: nonconformism, nonconformity
inconformista {mf} :: nonconformist
inconfundible {adj} :: unmistakable
inconfundiblemente {adv} :: unmistakably
incongruencia {f} :: incongruence
incongruente {adj} :: incongruous
inconmensurabilidad {f} :: immeasurability
inconmensurable {adj} :: immeasurable
inconmensurablemente {adv} :: immeasurably
inconmovible {adj} :: unmoveable
inconmutable {adj} :: incommutable
inconsciencia {f} :: unconsciousness
inconsciente {adj} :: unconscious
inconsciente colectivo {m} :: collective unconscious
inconscientemente {adv} :: unconsciously, subconsciously
inconsecuencia {f} :: inconsistence
inconsecuente {adj} :: inconsistent
inconsideradamente {adv} :: inconsiderately; without consideration
inconsiderado {adj} :: inconsiderate
inconsistencia {f} :: inconsistency
inconsistente {adj} :: inconsistent
inconsolable {adj} :: inconsolable
inconspicuamente {adv} :: inconspicuously
inconstancia {f} :: inconstance
inconstante {adj} :: inconstant; changeable
inconsútil {adj} :: seamless, one-piece (having no seams)
inconstitucional {adj} :: unconstitutional
inconstitucionalidad {f} :: unconstitutionality
inconstitucionalmente {adv} :: unconstitutionally
inconstruible {adj} :: unsuitable for building
inconsulto {adj} :: rash, impetuous
incontable {adj} :: uncountable
incontaminado {adj} :: unpolluted, uncontaminated
incontenible {adj} :: unstoppable, uncontrollable
inconteniblemente {adv} :: in a manner that is not capable of being contained
incontestable {adj} :: incontestable
incontestablemente {adv} :: indisputably
incontinencia {f} :: incontinence
incontinente {adj} :: incontinente
incontinenti {adv} [archaic] :: at once; straight away
incontrastable {adj} :: uncontrastable
incontrolable {adj} :: uncontrollable
incontrolablemente {adv} :: uncontrollably
incontrolado {adj} :: uncontrolled
incontrovertible {adj} :: undisputable
incontrovertiblemente {adv} :: undeniably
inconveniencia {f} :: inconvenience
inconveniente {adj} :: inconvenient
inconveniente {m} :: problem, trouble
inconveniente {m} :: drawback (disadvantage)
incordiante {adj} :: annoying
incordiante {mf} :: one who is annoying
incordiar {v} [colloquial] :: to bug, pester, tick off
incorporación {f} :: incorporation
incorporar {v} :: to incorporate
incorporar {v} [culinary] :: to fold, stir gently
incorporar {v} :: to stand up
incorporarse {v} :: reflexive of incorporar
incorrección {f} :: mistake, error
incorrección {f} :: faux pas
incorrectamente {adv} :: incorrectly
incorrecto {adj} :: wrong, incorrect
incorregible {adj} :: incorrigible
incorregible {adj} :: uncorrectable
incorregiblemente {adv} :: incorrigibly
incorruptibilidad {f} :: incorruptibility
incorruptible {adj} :: incorruptible
incorrupto {adj} :: incorruptible
incosteable {adj} :: unaffordable
incrédulo {adj} :: incredulous, disbelieving
increíble {adj} :: incredible, unbelievable
increíblemente {adv} :: incredibly
incredulidad {f} :: incredulity
incremental {adj} :: incremental
incrementar {v} :: to increment
incrementarse {v} :: reflexive of incrementar
incremento {m} :: increment
incremento {m} :: accrual
increpar {v} :: to rebuke, to chastise
incriminación {f} :: incrimination
incriminador {adj} :: incriminating
incriminar {vt} :: to incriminate
incriminatorio {adj} :: incriminatory, incriminating
incruento {adj} :: bloodless
incrustación {f} :: inlay
incrustar {v} :: to embed, encrust
incruzable {adj} :: uncrossable
incásico {adj} :: Incan
incuadrable {adj} :: Impossible to put together
incuantificable {adj} :: unquantifiable
incubación {f} :: incubation
incubadora {f} :: incubator
incubar {v} :: to incubate
incuestionable {adj} :: unquestionable
incuestionablemente {adv} :: unquestionably
inculcación {f} :: inculcation
inculcar {vt} :: to instill, inculcate (in), drum (review to establish memorization)
inóculo {m} :: inoculum
inculpación {f} :: accusation, charge
inculpar {v} :: to accuse
inculpatorio {adj} :: inculpatory
inculto {adj} :: uncultivated
inculto {adj} :: uncivilized
inculto {adj} :: ignorant
incultura {f} :: lack of culture
incultura {f} :: barbarity
inculturación {f} :: inculturation
incumbencia {f} :: duty, responsibility, incumbency
incumbente {mf} :: incumbent (current holder of an office)
incumbir {v} :: to be incumbent
incumbir {v} :: to correspond to, to have to do with
incumplible {adj} :: unreachable, unattainable
incumplido {adj} :: unfulfilled
incumplidor {m} :: deadbeat, disappointer
incumplidora {f} :: deadbeat, disappointer
incumplimiento {m} :: nonfulfillment, noncompliance
incumplimiento de contrato {m} :: breach of contract
incumplir {v} :: to fail to complete
incumplir {v} :: to disobey (rules)
incunable {m} :: incunable, incunabulum
incurable {adj} :: incurable
incuria {f} :: negligence
incurrir {v} :: to incur
incurrir en falsedad {v} [legal] :: to misrepresent
incursión {f} :: raid; incursion
incursionar {v} :: to stage a raid on
incurso {adj} [formal, legal] :: involved
incursor {m} :: raider
incursora {f} :: feminine noun of incursor
indagación {f} :: investigation
indagador {adj} :: investigating, inquiring
indagador {m} :: investigator, inquirer, examiner, interrogator
indagadora {f} :: feminine noun of indagador
indagar {vt} :: to investigate
indagatorio {adj} :: investigatory
indebidamente {adv} :: unlawfully
indebidamente {adv} :: unduly, unjustly
indebido {adj} :: undue, unowed
indecencia {f} :: indecency
indecente {adj} :: indecent, obscene
indecentemente {adv} :: indecently
indecible {adj} :: unspeakable, ineffable
indecidible {adj} :: undecidable
indecisión {f} :: indecision, quandary
indeciso {adj} :: indecisive, irresolute, wavering, uncertain, hesitant
indeciso {adj} :: undecided, unsettled, unresolved
indeclinable {adj} [grammar] :: indeclinable
indeclinable {adj} :: unavoidable
indecorosamente {adv} :: indecorously
indecoroso {adj} :: indecorous, improper
indefectible {adj} :: unswerving, resolute
indefectiblemente {adv} :: inevitably
indefendible {adj} :: undefendable
indefensión {f} :: lack of defence, helplessness
indefenso {adj} :: helpless, defenseless
indefinible {adj} :: undefinable
indefinición {f} :: lack of definition
indefinición {f} :: vagueness
indefinidamente {adv} :: indefinitely
indefinido {adj} :: indefinite (without limits)
indefinido {adj} :: undefined (lacking a definition)
indefinido {adj} [mathematics] :: undefined (that does not have a meaning)
indefinido {adj} :: indefinite; undecided; uncertain
indefinido {adj} [grammar or a pronoun or article] :: indefinite (which specifies an undetermined object)
indeformable {adj} :: undeformable
indehiscente {adj} :: dehiscent
indeleble {adj} :: indelible
indeleblemente {adv} :: indelibly, permanently
indelegable {adj} :: not delegable
indemne {adj} :: unhurt, unscathed
indemnidad {f} [law] :: indemnity
indemnización {f} :: indemnity
indemnizar {v} :: to indemnify
indemnizatorio {adj} :: compensatory
indemostrable {adj} :: Not demonstrable
indentación {f} :: indentation
indepe {f} [colloquial] :: independentist
indepedentismo {m} :: independentism
independencia {f} :: independence
independencia lineal {f} [linear algebra] :: linear independence
independentismo {m} :: independentism
independentista {adj} :: That desires independence
independentista {mf} :: independentist
independiente {adj} :: independent
independientemente {adv} :: independently
independientóloga {f} :: independentologist
independientólogo {m} :: independentologist
independista {adj} :: independentist, separatist
independización {f} :: independence
independizar {v} :: to make independant
independizar {vr} :: to become independant
independizarse {v} :: to become independent
inderogable {adj} :: nonrevocable
indescifrable {adj} :: illegible
indescriptible {adj} :: indescribable
indeseable {adj} :: undesirable
indeseado {adj} :: unwanted, unwelcome, unbidden
indesligable {adj} :: inseparable
indesmayable {adj} :: unflagging, indefatigable, unfaltering
indestronable {adj} :: undeposable
indestructible {adj} :: indestructible
indetectable {adj} :: undetectable
indetenible {adj} :: unstoppable
indeterminable {adj} :: indeterminable
indeterminación {f} :: indetermination
indeterminado {adj} :: indeterminate
indeterminismo {m} :: indeterminism
indexación {f} :: indexing
indexar {v} :: to index
indígena {adj} :: indigenous
indígena {mf} :: indigenous person, native
india {f} :: feminine noun of indio
India {prop} {f} :: India
indiada {f} :: Group of Indians
indiana {f} [textiles] :: printed calico
Indiana {prop} {f} :: Indiana
indianista {mf} :: Indianist
indiano {adj} :: Indian (American Indian)
indiano {adj} :: Having returned to Europe from the Americas very wealthy
indiano {m} :: Indian; American Indian
indiano {m} :: Someone who returned to Europe from the Americas very wealthy
Indianápolis {prop} {f} :: Indianapolis (capital of Indiana in the United States)
indicación {f} :: indication
indicación {f} [in plural] :: directions
indicado {adj} :: appropriate
indicado {adj} :: suitable
indicado {adj} :: indicated
indicador {adj} :: indicating, signaling
indicador {m} :: indicator
indicador {m} [automotive] :: indicator, trafficator
indicar {v} :: to indicate
indicativo {adj} :: indicative (serving as a sign of something)
indicativo {adj} [grammar] :: indicative (relating or belonging to the indicative mood)
indicativo {m} [grammar] :: indicative (verbal mood used for ordinary factual or objective statements)
indiciar {v} :: to index
indiciariamente {adv} :: in a way connected to indices
indiciario {adj} [law] :: circumstantial
indicio {m} :: clue, hint
indicio {m} :: sign
indicio {m} :: evidence
indie {mf} :: indie (style)
indie {mf} :: indie (person who follows the indie style)
indiferencia {f} :: indifference
indiferencia {f} :: apathy
indiferenciado {adj} :: homogenous; non-differing
indiferente {adj} :: indifferent
indiferentemente {adv} :: indifferently
indiferentemente {adv} :: indistinctly
indiferentismo {m} :: indifferentism
indigencia {f} :: indigence
indigenismo {m} :: A movement to rectify past and current wrongs against indigenous minorities
indigenista {adj} :: indigenist
indigenista {mf} :: indigenist
indigente {adj} :: indigent
indigerible {adj} :: indigestible
indigestar {v} :: to give or cause indigestion
indigestar {vr} :: to get indigestion
indigestible {adj} [obsolete] :: indigestible
indigestión {f} :: indigestion
indigesto {adj} :: indigestible
indigesto {adj} :: disordered, confused, unarranged
indignación {f} :: indignation
indignado {m} [Spain, 2010s] :: Someone protesting the bankster occupation of the European Union
indignadísimo {adj} :: superlative of indignado
indignamente {adv} :: unworthily
indignante {adj} :: outrageous, egregious, shocking
indignar {v} :: to outrage
indignidad {f} :: indignity
indigno {adj} :: unworthy (lacking value or merit)
indio {adj} :: Indian (from India)
indio {adj} :: Indian, Native American
indio {m} :: a native of India
indio {m} :: a Native American
indio {m} :: indium
indirección {f} :: indirection
indirecta {f} :: hint
indirecta {f} :: insinuation, innuendo
indirectamente {adv} :: indirectly
indirecto {adj} :: indirect
indiscernible {adj} :: indiscernible
indisciplina {f} :: indiscipline
indisciplinado {adj} :: undisciplined
indiscreción {f} :: indiscretion
indiscretamente {adv} :: indiscreetly
indiscreto {adj} :: indiscreet
indiscriminadamente {adv} :: indiscriminantly
indiscriminado {adj} :: indiscriminate
indiscutible {adj} :: indisputable; unquestionable
indiscutiblemente {adv} :: undisputably
indiscutido {adj} :: undiscussed
indisimulable {adj} :: undisguisable, unmistakable
indisimuladamente {adv} :: uncunningly, unslyly
indisociable {adj} :: inseparable
indisolubilidad {f} :: indissolubility
indisoluble {adj} :: indissoluble
indisoluble {adj} :: binding, unbreakable
indisolublemente {adv} :: insolubly
indisolublemente {adv} :: indissolubly
indispensable {adj} :: indispensable
indispensablemente {adv} :: indispensably
indisponer {v} :: to cause to become indisposed
indisponer {v} :: to upset
indisponibilidad {f} :: inability
indisponible {adj} :: unavailable
indisposición {f} :: indisposition
indisputable {adj} :: indisputable
indisputablemente {adv} :: indisputably
indistinguible {adj} :: indistinguishable
indistintamente {adv} :: indistinctly, interchangeably
indistinto {adj} :: indistinct
inédito {adj} :: not published
inédito {adj} :: new, unseen
individuación {f} :: individuation
individual {adj} :: individual
individual {m} :: place mat
individualidad {f} :: individuality
individualismo {m} :: individualism
individualista {adj} :: individualistic
individualista {mf} :: individualist
individualisto {adj} :: individualistic
individualización {f} :: individualization
individualizar {v} :: to individualise
individualmente {adv} :: individually
individuo {adj} :: indivisible
individuo {adj} :: individual
individuo {m} :: individual
indivisibilidad {f} :: indivisibility
indivisible {adj} :: indivisible
indiviso {adj} :: undivided
indización {f} :: indexing
indizar {vt} :: to index
indólico {adj} [organic chemistry] :: indolic
indóloga {f} :: feminine noun of indólogo
indólogo {m} :: Indologist
indómito {adj} :: untamed
indómito {adj} :: wild
indómito {adj} :: indomitable
Indo {prop} {m} [river] :: Indus
indoario {adj} :: Indo-Aryan
indo-ario {m} :: Indo-Aryan
indoblegable {adj} :: unyielding
Indochina {prop} {f} :: Indochina (region in Southeast Asia)
indochino {adj} :: Indochinese
indocumentada {f} :: feminine noun of indocumentado
indocumentado {adj} :: undocumented
indocumentado {m} :: An undocumented person
indoeuropea {f} :: feminine noun of indoeuropeo
indoeuropeo {adj} :: Indoeuropean
indoeuropeo {m} :: Indoeuropean
indogriego {adj} :: Indo-Greek
indol {m} [organic compound] :: indole
indolacético {adj} :: indoleacetic
indolbutírico {adj} :: indolebutyric
indolencia {f} :: indolence
indolente {adj} :: indolent, lazy
indolente {adj} :: indifferent
indolentemente {adv} :: indolently
indoloro {adj} :: painless
indomable {adj} :: indomitable
indomeñable {adj} :: untamable; wild
indometacina {m} :: indomethacin
indonesia {f} :: feminine noun of indonesio
Indonesia {prop} {f} :: Indonesia
indonesio {adj} :: Indonesian
indonesio {m} :: Indonesian
indopaquistani {adj} :: Indo-Pakistani
indosarraceno {adj} :: Indo-Saracenic
indostano {adj} :: Hindustani
indostano {adj} :: Hindu
indostano {m} :: Hindu
indostánico {adj} :: Hindustani
indostánico {m} :: Hindustani (language)
Indra {prop} {m} [Hinduism] :: Indra
indubitable {adj} :: indubitable
indubitablemente {adv} :: undoubtedly
indubitado {adj} :: doubtless
inducción {f} :: induction
inducible {adj} :: inducible
inducido {m} :: armature (in a dynamo)
inducir {v} :: to lead
inducir {v} :: to induce
inductancia {f} :: inductance
inductivamente {adv} :: inductively
inductivo {adj} :: inductive
inductor {adj} :: inducing
inductor {m} :: inductor
indudable {adj} :: indubitable, undoubtable
indudablemente {adv} :: indubitably, undoubtedly
Induense {prop} {m} :: Induan
indulgencia {f} :: indulgence
indulgente {adj} :: indulgent (prone to indulge)
indultar {v} [legal] :: to pardon (grant an official pardon for a crime)
indultar {v} [bullfighting] :: To release a bull back into the wild after a fight, due to its excellent performance
indulto {m} [legal] :: pardoning
indulto {m} [bullfighting] :: the release of the bull back into the wild, after a great performance
indumentaria {f} [formal] :: clothing
indumentario {adj} [attributive] :: clothing
indumento {m} :: clothing, garb, outfit
indusio {m} [chiefly botany] :: indusium
industria {f} :: industry
industrial {adj} :: industrial
industria ligera {f} :: light industry
industrialismo {m} :: industrialism
industrialista {mf} :: industrialist
industrialización {f} :: industrialization
industrializador {adj} :: industrializing
industrializar {v} :: to industrialize
industrialmente {adv} :: industrially
industrioso {adj} :: industrious
inecuación {f} :: inequation
inefable {adj} :: ineffable (beyond expression)
inefablemente {adv} :: ineffably
inefectividad {f} :: ineffectiveness
inefectivo {adj} :: ineffective
ineficacia {f} :: inefficiency
ineficaz {adj} :: ineffective
ineficiencia {f} :: inefficiency
ineficiente {adj} :: inefficient
inejecución {f} :: inexecution
inejecutar {v} [rare] :: to unexecute; undo the act of executing (various meanings)
inelegante {adj} :: inelegant
inelegibilidad {f} :: ineligibility
inelegible {adj} :: ineligible
inelástico {adj} :: inelastic
ineluctable {adj} :: ineluctable
ineluctablemente {adv} :: unequivocally
ineludible {adj} :: unavoidable
ineludible {adj} :: unmissable
ineludiblemente {adv} :: unavoidably
inembargabilidad {f} :: unseizable; untouchable
inembargable {adj} :: unseizable; untouchable
inenarrable {adj} :: unspeakable, inenarrable
inencontrable {adj} :: unfindable
inentendible {adj} :: incomprehensible
ineptitud {m} :: ineptitude
inepto {adj} :: inept
inequidad {f} :: inequity
inequitativo {adj} :: inequitable
inequívocamente {adv} :: unequivocally, unambiguously
inequívoco {adj} :: unambiguous
inequívoco {adj} :: unmistakable
inercia {f} [physics] :: inertia (the property of a body that resists change to its uniform motion)
inercial {adj} :: inertial
inercia química {f} :: Chemical inertness. unreactive
inergativo {adj} :: unergative
inerme {adj} :: unarmed, defenceless, helpless
inerradicable {adj} :: ineradicable
inerte {adj} :: inert
inerte {adj} :: inactive, sluggish
inervación {f} :: innervation (the nervous influence necessary for the functioning of various organs)
inervar {v} :: to innervate
inescapable {adj} :: inescapable
inescrupulosamente {adv} :: unscrupulously
inescrupulosidad {f} :: unscrupulousness
inescrupuloso {adj} :: unscrupulous
inescrutable {adj} :: inscrutable
Inesita {prop} {f} :: diminutive of Inés
inesivo {adj} :: inessive
inespecífico {adj} :: unspecific
inesperadamente {adv} :: unexpectedly
inesperado {adj} :: unexpected
inestabilidad {f} :: instability
inestable {adj} :: unstable
inestimable {adj} :: priceless, invaluable
inevitabilidad {f} :: inevitability
inevitable {adj} :: inevitable, inescapable, unavoidable (unable to be avoided)
inevitablemente {adv} :: inevitably, inexorably
inexactitud {f} :: inaccuracy, inexactitude
inexacto {adj} :: inexact
inexcusabilidad {f} :: inexcusability
inexcusable {adj} :: unavoidable
inexcusable {adj} :: inexcusable
inexcusablemente {adv} :: inexcusably
inexequible {adj} :: undoable (impossible to do)
inexistencia {f} :: inexistence
inexistente {adj} :: nonexistent
inexorabilidad {f} :: inexorability
inexorable {adj} :: inexorable
inexorablemente {adv} :: inexorably
inexperiencia {f} :: inexperience
inexperta {f} :: feminine noun of inexperto
inexperto {adj} :: inexperienced
inexperto {m} :: inexperienced person
inexpiable {adj} :: unforgivable
inexplicable {adj} :: inexplicable, unexplainable
inexplicablemente {adv} :: inexplicably, unaccountably
inexplicado {adj} :: unexplained
inexplorado {adj} :: unexplored
inexportabilidad {f} :: unexportability
inexportable {adj} :: non-exportable
inexpresable {adj} :: inexpressible
inexpresividad {f} :: inexpressiveness
inexpresivo {adj} :: inexpressive
inexpugnable {adj} :: unassailable, inexpugnable
inexpulsable {adj} :: unremovable
inextinguible {adj} :: inextinguishable
inextricable {adj} :: inextricable
inextricablemente {adv} :: inextricably
inf. {adj} :: abbreviation of inferior
infalibilidad {f} :: infallibility
infalible {adj} :: infallible
infaliblemente {adv} :: infallibly
infaltable {adj} [Latin America] :: unmissable
infamante {adj} :: ignominious, shameful
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
infantazgo {m} :: synonym of infantado
infante {m} :: infant
infante {m} :: infante
infante {m} :: foot soldier, infantryman
Infante {prop} :: surname
infantería {f} :: infantry
infanticida {mf} :: infanticide (person)
infanticidio {m} :: infanticide (act)
infantil {adj} :: childish
infantil {adj} :: immature
infantilidad {f} :: infantility
infantilismo {m} :: infantilism
infantilización {f} :: infantilization
infantilizar {v} :: to infantilize
infantilmente {adv} :: childishly
infantiloide {adj} :: childish, infantile
infanzón {m} [history] :: low-ranking noble
infanzona {f} :: feminine noun of infanzón
infartante {adj} :: heart-stopping; nail-biting
infartarse {v} :: to suffer a heart attack
infarto {m} :: infarct, heart attack
infatigable {adj} :: indefatigable, tireless
infatigablemente {adv} :: indefatigably, tirelessly
infatuación {f} :: infatuation
infatuado {v} :: past participle of infatuar
infatuar {vtp} [rare] :: infatuate
infausto {adj} :: doomed, ill-fated
infección {f} :: infection
infeccionar {v} :: to infect
infeccioso {adj} :: infectious
infectado {adj} :: infected
infectar {v} :: to infect
infectarse {v} :: reflexive of infectar
infectividad {f} :: infectivity
infectólga {f} :: feminine noun of infectólgo
infectóloga {f} :: feminine noun of infectólogo
infectólogo {m} :: infectious disease specialist
infectocontagioso {adj} :: infectious, contagious
infectología {f} :: infectiology
infecundidad {f} :: infertility
infecundo {adj} :: infertile, barren
infelice {adj} [poetic] :: unhappy
infelicidad {f} :: unhappiness
infelicidad {f} :: misfortune
infelicísimo {adj} :: superlative of infeliz
infeliz {adj} :: unhappy
infeliz {adj} :: unfortunate
infelizmente {adv} :: unfortunately, sadly
inferencia {f} :: inference
inferencial {adj} :: inferential
inferior {adj} :: inferior (of lower quality)
inferior {adj} :: inferior (of lower rank)
inferior {adj} :: inferior (below)
inferioridad {f} :: inferiority
inferiormente {adv} :: inferiorly
inferir {v} :: to infer
infernal {adj} :: infernal (of or relating to hell)
infernal {adj} :: infernal (diabolical, fiendish)
infernal {adj} :: infernal (very annoying, damned)
infero- {prefix} [anatomy] :: infero-
inferolateral {adj} [anatomy] :: inferolateral
inferomedial {adj} [anatomy] :: inferomedial
infertilidad {f} :: infertility
infestación {f} :: infestation
infestar {v} :: to infest
infibulación {f} :: infibulation
inficionar {vt} :: to infect
infidelidad {f} :: unfaithfulness
infiel {adj} :: unfaithful
infield {m} [baseball] :: infield
infielder {m} :: infielder
infielmente {adv} :: unfaithfully
infiernillo {m} :: camping or portable stove
infiernillo {m} :: diminutive of infierno
infierno {m} :: hell
infijo {m} :: infix
infijo {adj} :: [of an affix] infixed
infiltración {f} :: infiltration
infiltrado {v} :: past participle of infiltrar
infiltrar {v} :: to infiltrate
infiltrarse {v} :: reflexive of infiltrar
infinidad {f} [countable and, uncountable] :: infinity
infinitamente {adv} :: infinitely
infinitesimal {adj} :: infinitesimal
infinitesimalmente {adv} :: infinitely
infinitivo {m} [grammar] :: infinitive
infinito {adj} :: infinite
infinito {adj} :: boundless, unlimited, unbounded, immeasurable
infinito {adj} :: endless, countless
infinito {m} :: infinity
infinitud {f} :: infinitude
inflable {adj} :: inflatable, blow-up
inflable {m} :: bouncy castle
inflación {f} :: inflation (expansion or increase in size)
inflacionar {v} [finance] :: to inflate
inflacionario {adj} :: inflationary
inflacionista {mf} :: inflationist
inflamabilidad {f} :: inflammability
inflamable {adj} :: inflammable, flammable
inflamación {f} :: inflammation
inflamar {vt} :: to inflame
inflamar {vt} :: to ignite
inflamatorio {adj} :: inflammatory
inflar {v} :: to inflate
inflatón {m} [physics] :: inflaton
inflexibilidad {f} :: inflexibility
inflexible {adj} :: inflexible
inflexiblemente {adv} :: inflexibly
inflexión {f} :: inflection (a turning away from a straight course)
inflexión {f} :: inflection (a change in the tone of voice)
inflicción {f} :: infliction
infligir {v} :: to inflict
inflorescencia {f} [botany] :: inflorescence
influencer {mf} :: influencer
influencia {f} :: influence
influenciable {adj} :: easily influenced or persuaded
influenciador {m} :: influencer
influenciadora {f} :: feminine noun of influenciador
influencial {adj} [rare] :: influential
influenciar {v} :: to influence
influente {adj} :: alternative form of influyente
influenza {f} :: influenza
influir {v} :: to influence
influir {v} :: to have influence on
influjo {m} :: influx
influyente {adj} :: influential
influyentismo {m} :: cronyism
info {f} :: info
infocomercial {m} :: infommercial
infoentretenimiento {m} :: infotainment
infografía {f} :: infographics
infografista {mf} :: graphic designer
infográfico {adj} :: infographic
infoguerra {f} :: infowar
infolio {m} :: folio book
infomediario {adj} :: infomediary
infomercial {m} :: infomercial
inforestal {adj} :: nonforest
información {f} :: information
información {f} :: data
informacional {adj} [attributive] :: information
informado {adj} :: informed
informador {m} :: informer
informal {adj} :: informal
informalidad {f} :: informality
informalismo {m} :: informalism
informalista {adj} :: Informalist
informalista {mf} :: Informalist
informalizar {v} :: to informalize
informalmente {adv} :: informally
informante {mf} :: informant, telltale
informar {vt} :: to inform
informar {vr} :: to find out, see informarse
informarse {v} :: reflexive of informar To find out
informativamente {adv} :: informatively
informativo {adj} :: informative
informatización {f} :: computerization
informatizar {v} :: to computerize
informe {m} :: report
informe {adj} :: shapeless, formless
informe {adj} :: misshapen
informática {f} :: computer science, informatics, information technology
informática {f} :: feminine noun of informático, a female computer scientist
informático {adj} :: informatic
informático {m} :: computer scientist
infortunadamente {adv} :: unfortunately; regrettably
infortunado {adj} :: unfortunate, wretched
infortunio {m} :: misfortune
infortunio {m} :: adversity
infra- {prefix} :: infra-
infracaudal {adj} :: subcaudal
infracción {f} :: infraction, infringement, violation
infraccionar {v} [Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Nicaragua] :: to fine
infractor {adj} :: infracting, offending
infractor {m} :: infractor
infractora {f} :: feminine of infractor
infradiano {adj} :: infradian
infraespecífico {adj} :: infraspecific
infraespinoso {m} :: infraspinatus
infraestructura {f} :: infrastructure
infraestructural {adj} :: infrastructural
infrafilo {m} [taxonomy] :: infraphylum
infrafinanciación {f} :: underfunding
in fraganti {adv} :: red-handed, in flagrante delicto
infraganti {adv} :: alternative spelling of in fraganti
infraglenoideo {adj} [anatomy] :: infraglenoid
infrahumano {adj} :: infrahuman
infralabial {adj} :: infralabial
inframundo {m} :: underworld
infrangible {adj} :: unbreakable, infrangible
infranqueable {adj} :: insurmountable, impassable (of obstacles)
infranqueable {adj} :: unenterable (of doors)
infranqueable {adj} :: impassable (of roads)
infraorbitario {adj} [anatomy] :: infraorbital
infrarrealismo {m} :: infrarealism
infrarrepresentado {adj} :: underrepresented
infrarrojo {adj} :: infrared
infrarrojo cercano {m} :: near infrared
infrarrotuliano {adj} [anatomy] :: infrapatellar
infrascrito {adj} :: undersigned
infrascrito {m} :: undersigned
infrasónico {adj} [physics] :: infrasonic
infrasonido {m} :: infrasound
infratemporal {adj} [anatomy] :: infratemporal
infrautilización {f} :: underutilization
infrautilizar {v} :: to underutilize, to underuse
infravaloración {f} :: undervaluation
infravalorar {v} :: to undervalue
infravivienda {f} :: slum (area with substandard housing)
infrecuente {adj} :: infrequent
infrecuentemente {adv} :: rarely; infrequently
infringir {v} :: to infringe
infértil {adj} :: infertile, sterile
infructuosamente {adv} :: fruitlessly
infructuoso {adj} :: fruitless
infructuoso {adj} :: unfruitful
infumable {adj} :: pulp (in the style of pulp magazines)
infumable {adj} :: garbage, trash
infuncional {adj} :: unfunctional
infundadamente {adv} :: unfoundedly
infundado {adj} :: unfounded
infundibulopelviano {adj} [anatomy] :: infundibulopelvic
infundio {m} :: lie (especially malicious), canard
infundir {v} [ditransitive] :: to instill (especially a feeling)
infusión {f} :: tea (infusion made from herbs)
infusión {f} :: infusion
infusionar {v} :: to infuse
infusor {m} :: infusor
infusorio {m} [zoology] :: infusoria
-ing {suffix} :: Used to form verbal nouns from verbs
inge {mf} :: engineer
ingeniar {vt} :: to devise, invent
ingeniería {f} :: engineering
ingeniera {f} :: feminine noun of ingeniero
ingeniería eléctrica {f} :: electrical engineering
ingeniería genética {f} :: genetic engineering
ingenieril {adj} [attributive] :: engineering
ingeniero {m} :: engineer
ingenio {m} :: genius
ingenio {m} :: mind
ingenio azucarero {m} :: sugar mill
ingeniosamente {adv} :: ingeniously
ingeniosidad {f} :: ingenuity, cleverness
ingeniosidad {f} :: a clever idea
ingenioso {adj} :: ingenious, artful
ingeniosísimo {adj} :: superlative of ingenioso
ingente {adj} :: great, considerable, enormous
ingenua {f} :: feminine noun of ingenuo
ingenuamente {adv} :: naively, ingenuously
ingenuidad {f} :: naivety
ingenuo {adj} :: naive, ingenuous, candid, innocent
ingenuo {adj} :: falsely naive, pretending to be naive
ingenuo {m} :: naif
ingerir {v} :: to ingest
ingesta {f} :: diet
ingestión {f} :: ingestion
Inglaterra {prop} {f} :: England
ingle {f} [anatomy] :: groin
inglesa {f} :: Englishwoman
inglés {adj} :: English
inglés {m} :: Englishman
inglés {m} :: The English language
inglés antiguo {m} :: Old English
inglés medio {m} :: Middle English
ingénito {adj} :: innate, inborn
ingobernabilidad {f} :: ungovernableness
ingobernable {adj} :: ungovernable
ingobernable {adj} :: unmanageable
ingratitud {f} :: ingratitude
ingrato {adj} :: thankless
ingrato {adj} :: ungrateful
ingrato {m} :: ingrate
ingravidez {f} :: weightlessness, zero gravity
ingravidez {f} :: lightness
ingrediente {m} :: ingredient (one of the parts of a whole)
ingresante {adj} :: incoming; entering
ingresante {mf} :: [[incomer; entrant
ingresar {v} :: to join
ingresar {v} :: to enter
ingresar {v} :: to put
ingresar {v} :: to commit someone to a medical institution
ingreso {m} :: entrance, ingress
ingreso {m} :: income
ingreso {m} :: deposit
ingrávidamente {adv} :: weightlessly
ingrávido {adj} :: light, weightless
inguinal {adj} :: inguinal
ingurgitar {v} :: to ingurgitate; swallow
ingusetia {f} :: feminine noun of ingusetio
Ingusetia {prop} {f} :: alt form Ingushetia
ingusetio {adj} :: Ingush
ingusetio {m} :: Ingush
Ingushetia {prop} {f} :: Ingushetia
inhabilidad {f} :: incompetence
inhabilitación {f} :: disqualification
inhabilitamiento {m} :: disqualification
inhabilitante {adj} :: disqualifying
inhabilitar {v} :: to disqualify
inhabitabilidad {f} :: inhabitability
inhabitable {adj} :: uninhabitable
inhabitado {adj} :: uninhabited
inhabitual {adj} :: unusual
inhalación {f} :: inhalation
inhalador {m} :: inhalator
inhalar {v} :: to inhale
inhalatorio {adj} :: inhaling
inhalatorio {adj} [attributive] :: inhalator
inhábil {adj} :: unskillful; unskilled
inhábil {adj} :: clumsy
inhábil {adj} :: non-working
inherencia {f} :: inherency
inherente {adj} :: inherent
inherentemente {adv} :: inherently
inhibición {f} :: inhibition
inhibidor {m} :: inhibitor
inhibidora {f} :: feminine noun of inhibidor
inhibina {f} [protein] :: inhibin
inhibir {v} :: to inhibit
inhibitorio {adj} :: inhibitive
inhiesto {adj} :: alternative spelling of enhiesto
inhospitalidad {f} :: inhospitableness
inhóspito {adj} [of a place] :: inhospitable (not offering shelter)
inhumación {f} :: inhumation
inhumanamente {adv} :: inhumanely
inhumanidad {f} :: inhumanity
inhumano {adj} :: inhuman
inhumar {v} :: to bury or inter
iniciación {f} :: initiation
iniciado {adj} :: initiate
iniciador {m} :: initiator, starter
iniciador {m} [biology] :: primer (molecule required for replication of DNA)
iniciadora {f} :: starter
inicial {adj} :: initial
inicial {f} :: initial (first letter of a name or word)
inicialista {mf} [baseball] :: first baseman
inicialización {f} :: initialization
inicializar {v} :: to initialize
inicializar {v} :: to start up
inicialmente {adv} :: initially
iniciante {mf} :: beginner, novice
iniciar {vt} :: to begin; initiate
iniciarse {v} :: reflexive of iniciar
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
iniciático {adj} :: initiatory
iónico {adj} [chemistry] :: ionic
inicuamente {adv} :: iniquitously; nefariously
inicuo {adj} :: iniquitous, nefarious
Iniesta {prop} :: A Spanish surname
inigualable {adj} :: matchless, unsurpassable
inigualablemente {adv} :: unbeatably
inimaginable {adj} :: unimaginable
inimaginablemente {adv} :: unimaginably
inimitable {adj} :: inimitable
inimitablemente {adv} :: inimitably
inimputable {adj} :: unimputable
ininflamable {adj} :: nonflammable
ininteligencia {f} :: unintelligence
ininteligente {adj} :: unintelligent
ininteligentemente {adv} :: unintelligently
ininteligible {adj} :: unintelligible
inintencionado {adj} :: unintended, unintentional
ininterrumpidamente {adv} :: uninterruptedly
ininterrumpido {adj} :: uninterrupted
iniquidad {f} :: iniquity, injustice
injerencia {f} :: interference, meddling
injerencismo {m} :: interference; meddling
injerencista {adj} :: interfering
injerir {v} [horticulture] :: to insert a graft upon
injerirse {vr} :: to interfere in
injertar {v} :: to graft
injerto {m} [horticulture] :: grafting
injerto {m} [horticulture, surgery] :: graft
injudicialmente {adv} :: not judicially
injuria {f} :: injury (violation of character)
injuriador {adj} :: offending; committing (a crime)
injuriador {m} :: offender
injuriadora {f} :: feminine noun of injuriador
injuriar {v} :: to insult
injurioso {adj} :: injurious, harmful
injurioso {adj} :: offensive
injurioso {adj} :: slanderous
injustamente {adv} :: unjustly, unfairly
injusticia {f} :: injustice
injustificable {adj} :: unjustifiable
injustificadamente {adv} :: unjustifiably
injustificadamente {adv} :: unreasonably
injustificado {adj} :: undue, unjustified
injusto {adj} :: unfair
inka {mf} :: alternative spelling of inca
inkaico {adj} :: alternative spelling of incaico
inkásico {adj} :: alternative spelling of incásico
Inma {prop} {f} :: given name
Inmaculada {prop} {f} :: given name
inmaculadamente {adv} :: immaculately
inmaculado {adj} :: immaculate, spotless
inmadurez {f} :: immaturity
inmaduro {adj} :: unripe
inmaduro {adj} :: immature
inmanejable {adj} :: intractable, uncontrollable
inmanencia {f} :: immanence
inmanente {adj} :: immanent, inherent (naturally part of something)
inmarcesible {adj} :: unfading, enduring
inmaterial {adj} :: immaterial
inmaterialidad {f} :: immateriality
inmatriculación {f} :: registration
inmatricular {v} :: to register
inmediación {f} :: immediacy
inmediación {f} [usually in plural] :: proximity
inmediación {f} [usually in plural] :: surrounding areas
in medias res {adv} :: in medias res
in medias res {adj} :: in medias res
inmediatamente {adv} :: immediately
inmediatez {f} :: immediacy
inmediatismo {m} :: immediatism
inmediatista {mf} :: immediatist
inmediato {adj} :: immediate
inmejorable {adj} :: unbeatable
inmemorable {adj} :: immemorable
inmemorial {adj} :: immemorial
inmensamente {adv} :: immensely, hugely
inmensidad {f} :: immensity
inmenso {adj} :: immense
inmenso {adj} :: giant, huge
inmensurable {adj} :: immeasurable
inmerecidamente {adv} :: undeservedly
inmerecido {adj} :: unmerited
inmersión {f} :: immersion
inmersivo {adj} :: immersive
inmerso {adj} :: immersed
inmerso {adj} :: submerged
inmigración {f} :: immigration
inmigrante {adj} :: immigrant
inmigrante {mf} :: immigrant
inmigrantista {adj} :: immigrant, pro-immigrant [substantive]
inmigrar {v} :: to immigrate
inmigratorio {adj} :: Of or relating to immigration
inminencia {f} :: imminence
inminente {adj} :: imminent
inminentemente {adv} :: imminently
inmiscible {adj} :: unmixable
inmiscuirse {v} :: to interfere [in]
inmisericorde {adj} :: merciless, savage
inmisericordemente {adv} :: mercilessly
inmobiliaria {f} :: real-estate agency
inmobiliario {adj} :: real-estate (related to real estate)
inmobilismo {m} :: inertia, immobility
inmoderado {adj} :: immoderate
inmodestia {f} :: immodesty
inmodificable {adj} :: unmodifiable
inmolación {f} :: immolation
inmolar {v} :: to immolate
inmoral {adj} :: immoral
inmoralidad {f} :: immorality
inmoralismo {m} :: immoralism
inmoralmente {adv} :: immorally
inmortal {adj} :: immortal
inmortal {mf} :: immortal
inmortalidad {f} :: immortality
inmortalización {f} :: immortalization
inmortalizador {adj} :: immortalising
inmortalizar {v} :: to immortalize
inmovible {adj} :: immovable
inmovilidad {f} :: immobility
inmovilismo {m} :: immobilism
inmovilista {adj} :: stagnant, unchanging
inmovilización {f} :: immobilization
inmovilizador {m} :: immobilizer
inmovilizar {vt} :: to immobilize
inmueble {m} :: property, estate, building
inmundicia {f} :: filth, dirt
inmundo {adj} :: filthy (dirty)
inmune {adj} :: immune (exempt from)
inmune {adj} [medicine] :: immune (protected by inoculation)
inmune {adj} :: immune (not vulnerable)
inmunógeno {f} [immunology] :: antigen, immunogen
inmunidad {f} :: immunity
inmunitario {adj} :: immune (relating to immunity)
inmunización {f} :: immunization
inmunizar {v} :: to immunize
inmunóloga {f} :: feminine noun of inmunólogo
inmunólogo {m} :: immunologist
inmunocitoquímico {adj} :: immunocytochemical
inmunodeficiencia {f} :: immunodeficiency
inmunodeprimido {adj} :: immunodepressed
inmunofluorescencia {f} :: immunofluorescence
inmunoglobulina {f} [protein, immunology] :: immunoglobulin
inmunohistoquímico {adj} :: immunohistochemical
inmunológicamente {adv} :: immunologically
inmunológico {adj} :: immunological
inmunología {f} :: immunology
inmunomodulación {f} :: immunomodulation
inmunosupresión {f} :: immunosuppression
inmunosupresor {adj} :: immunosuppressant
inmunosupresor {m} :: immunosuppressant
inmunoterapia {f} :: immunotherapy
inmunotransferencia {f} :: immunoblot, or western blot analysis
inmutabilidad {f} :: immutability
inmutable {adj} :: immutable
inmutar {v} :: to alter
inmutarse {v} :: reflexive of inmutar
inmutarse {v} :: to become disturbed, turn pale
inmutarse {v} :: to bat an eyelid
inmóvil {adj} :: immobile
innatismo {m} :: innatism
innato {adj} :: innate, inborn
innecesariamente {adv} :: unnecessarily
innecesario {adj} :: unnecessary
innegable {adj} :: undeniable
innegablemente {adv} :: undeniably
innegociable {adj} :: non-negotiable
inning {m} [baseball] :: inning
innivación {f} :: snowmaking, snow production
innivación artificial {f} :: artificial snowmaking
innúmero {adj} :: countless, numberless
innoble {adj} :: ignoble
innombrable {adj} :: unmentionable
innominado {adj} :: unnamed, nameless, innominate
innovación {f} :: innovation
innovador {adj} :: innovative
innovador {m} :: innovator
innovadora {f} :: female innovator
innovar {v} :: to innovate
innovativo {adj} :: innovative
innumerable {adj} :: innumerable
-ino {suffix} :: -ine [on adjectives]
-ino {suffix} [organic chemistry] :: -yne
-ino {suffix} :: A diminutive suffix for masculine nouns or adjectives
inobediencia {f} :: disobedience
inobediente {adj} :: disobedient
inobjetable {adj} :: indisputable
inobjetablemente {adv} :: unobjectably
inobservancia {f} :: violation
inobservar {v} :: to fail to observe
inocencia {f} :: innocence
Inocencio {prop} {m} :: given name
Inocencio {prop} {m} :: surname from the given name
inocentada {f} :: practical joke, prank
inocentada {f} :: April fool (practical joke played on Día de los Inocentes or April Fools' Day)
inocente {adj} :: innocent
inocente {mf} :: innocent person
inocentemente {adv} :: innocently
inocentón {adj} :: gullible
inocentón {m} :: one who is gullible
inocentísimo {adj} :: superlative of inocente
inocuidad {f} :: innocuity, innocuousness, harmlessness
inoculación {f} :: inoculation
inocular {v} :: to inoculate
inocultable {adj} :: unhidable
inocuo {adj} :: harmless
inocuo {adj} :: innoxious
inodoro {adj} :: odorless
inodoro {m} :: toilet
inofensivamente {adv} :: harmlessly
inofensivo {adj} :: harmless, innocuous
inoficiosidad {f} :: uselessness; pointlessness
inolvidable {adj} :: unforgettable
inoperable {adj} :: inoperable
inoperable {adj} :: inoperative
inoperancia {f} :: uselessness, ineffectiveness
inoperante {adj} :: inoperative
inoperante {adj} :: ineffective
inoperativo {adj} :: inoperative
inopia {f} [formal] :: indigence, poverty
inopinadamente {adv} :: unexpectedly
inopinado {adj} :: unwanted; unbidden
inoportunamente {adv} :: inopportunely; at the wrong time
inoportunidad {f} :: inconvenience
inoportunidad {f} :: bad timing, untimeliness
inoportuno {adj} :: inopportune
inorgánico {adj} :: inorganic
inosilicato {m} :: inosilicate
inosinato {m} :: inosinate
inositol {m} [organic compound] :: inositol
inotrópico {adj} :: inotropic
inoxidable {adj} :: inoxidizable
inquebrantable {adj} :: unbreakable, firm
inquebrantable {adj} :: unswerving, unshakable
inquerible {adj} :: unlovable; unlikable
inquietante {adj} :: worrying
inquietantemente {adv} :: worryingly
inquietar {v} :: to upset
inquietarse {v} :: reflexive of inquietar
inquieto {adj} :: restless, agitated, unquiet, cross
inquieto {adj} :: anxious, worried
inquietísimo {adj} :: superlative of inquieto
inquietud {f} :: inquietude, restlessness
inquilina {f} :: tenant
inquilinaje {m} :: tenancy
inquilinaje {m} [Southern Cone] :: The system of tenant farming, especially during the colonial era
inquilinato {m} :: the condition of being a tenant
inquilinato {m} :: rent (paid by a tenant)
inquilino {m} :: tenant, renter, lessee
inquilino {m} :: tenant farmer
inquina {f} :: ill will
inquinar {v} :: to infect
inquinar {v} :: to stain
inquirir {v} :: to inquire
inquirir {v} :: to investigate
inquisición {f} :: inquiry, investigation
inquisición {f} :: Inquisition
Inquisición {prop} {f} :: Inquisition
inquisidor {adj} :: inquisitory
inquisidor {m} :: inquisitor
inquisidora {f} :: feminine noun of inquisidor
inquisitivamente {adv} :: inquisitively
inquisitivo {adj} :: inquisitive
inquisitorial {adj} :: inquisitorial
inquisitorio {adj} :: inquisitorial
inri {m} :: only used in the phrase para más inri
Inés {prop} {f} :: given name
Inés {prop} {f} :: The letter I in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
insaciable {adj} :: insatiable
insaciablemente {adv} :: insatiably
insaculación {f} :: sortition
insalubre {adj} :: unhealthy, insanitary, unsanitary, insalubrious
insalubridad {f} :: insalubrity
insalvable {adj} :: insurmountable
insanablemente {adv} :: uncurably
insanamente {adv} :: insanely, madly
insania {f} :: insanity
insano {adj} :: unhealthy
insano {adj} :: insane
insatisfacción {f} :: dissatisfaction
insatisfactorio {adj} :: unsatisfactory
insatisfecho {adj} :: unsatisfied; dissatisfied
insaturación {f} :: insaturation
insaturado {adj} :: unsaturated
inscribible {adj} :: unregisterable
inscribir {v} :: to inscribe
inscribirse {v} :: (reflexive of inscribir) to sign up
inscripción {f} :: inscription
inscripción {f} :: registration
inscriptor {m} :: inscriber
insectario {m} :: insectarium, insectary
insecticida {f} :: insecticide
insecto {m} :: insect
insecto hoja {m} :: leaf insect
insectoide {m} :: insectoid
insecto palo {m} :: stick insect
insectívoro {adj} :: insectivorous
insectívoro {m} :: insectivore
inseguridad {f} :: insecurity
inseguridad {f} :: uncertainty
inseguro {adj} :: unsure, uncertain
inseguro {adj} :: unsafe
inseguro {adj} :: insecure (lacking self-confidence)
inselberg {m} :: monadnock
inseminable {adj} :: inseminable
inseminación {f} :: insemination
inseminar {v} :: to inseminate
insensatamente {adv} :: senselessly; unsensibly
insensatez {f} :: insensitivity
insensato {adj} :: senseless, crazy, foolish, insensate
insensibilidad {f} :: insensitivity
insensibilizar {v} :: to desensitize
insensible {adj} :: insensible, insensitive, cold, tactless
insensiblemente {adv} :: insensitively
inseparable {adj} :: inseparable
inseparable {m} :: lovebird
inseparablemente {adv} :: inseparably
insepulto {adj} :: unburied
insercción {f} :: insertion
inserción {f} :: insertion
insercionitis {f} :: insertionitis; tenoperiostitis
insertar {v} :: to insert
inservible {adj} :: useless, good for nothing, unserviceable
insesgado {adj} :: unbiased
inshalá {interj} [Islam] :: inshallah, God willing
insidiar {v} :: to set a trap
insidiosamente {adv} :: insidiously
insidioso {adj} :: insidious
insigne {adj} :: distinguished, illustrious
insignia {f} :: badge, insignia
insignificancia {f} :: insignificance
insignificante {adj} :: insignificant
insignificantemente {adv} :: insignificantly
insincero {adj} :: insincere
insinuación {f} :: hint
insinuación {f} :: insinuation
insinuación {f} :: innuendo
insinuante {adj} :: insinuating, suggestive
insinuar {v} :: insinuate
insinuar {v} :: hint
insipidez {f} :: insipidity, insipidness, tastelessness, vapidity, blandness
insipidez {f} :: tameness
insipiente {adj} :: ignorant
insipiente {adj} :: fool
insistencia {f} :: insistence
insistente {adj} :: insistent
insistentemente {adv} :: insistently
insistir {v} :: to insist
insólitamente {adv} :: unusually
insólito {adj} :: unusual, weird, strange
insobornable {adj} :: incorruptible, pure
insolación {f} :: insolation, sunshine
insolación {f} :: sunstroke
insolencia {f} :: insolence
insolente {adj} :: insolent, impudent, impertinent
insolentemente {adv} :: insolently
insolentísimo {adj} :: superlative of insolente
insolidaridad {f} :: non-solidarity
insolidario {adj} :: lacking solidarity
insoluble {adj} :: insoluble
insolvencia {f} :: insolvency
insolvente {adj} :: insolvent
insomne {adj} :: insomniac
insomne {adj} :: sleepless
insomne {mf} :: insomniac
insomnio {m} :: insomnia (sleeping disorder)
insondable {adj} :: abysmal; deep
insonorización {f} :: soundproofing
insonorizar {v} :: to soundproof
insoportable {adj} :: unbearable, insufferable, insupportable, unendurable, intolerable
insoportablemente {adv} :: unsupportably, untenably
insoslayable {adj} :: unavoidable
insospechable {adj} :: unpredictable, unforeseeable
insospechadamente {adv} :: surprisingly, unexpectedly
insospechado {adj} :: unsuspected
insostenibilidad {f} :: unsustainability
insostenible {adj} :: unsustainable
inspección {f} :: inspection
inspeccionar {v} :: to inspect
inspector {m} :: inspector
inspectora {f} :: feminine noun of inspector
inspectoría {f} :: inspectorate
insípidamente {adv} :: insipidly
insípido {adj} :: insipid
inspiración {f} :: inspiration
inspiracional {adj} :: inspirational
inspirador {adj} :: inspiring
inspirador {m} :: inspirer (person who inspires)
inspirante {adj} :: inspiring
inspirar {v} :: to inspire
inspirar {v} :: to inhale
instabilidad {f} :: instability
instalable {adj} :: installable
instalación {f} :: installation (process)
instalación {f} :: production plant
instalación {f} [in the plural] :: facilities
instalador {m} :: installer, fitter (person)
instalador {m} [computing] :: installer
instaladora {f} :: installer (person)
instalar {v} :: to install
instalarse {v} :: reflexive of instalar
instancia {f} :: request
instancia {f} :: institution
instancia {f} [legal] :: level of court
instanciación {f} :: instantiation
instanciar {v} :: to instantiate
instantaneidad {f} :: instantaneity
instante {m} :: moment
instantón {m} :: instanton
instantánea {f} :: snapshot; photo
instantáneamente {adv} :: instantaneously
instantáneo {adj} :: instantaneous
instar {vt} :: to urge, to be urgent
instauración {f} :: establishment (act of establishing)
instaurado {v} :: past participle of instaurar
instaurar {v} :: to establish
insti {m} [colloquial] :: school (secondary school)
instigación {f} :: instigation
instigador {adj} :: instigative
instigador {m} :: instigator
instigadora {f} :: feminine noun of instigador
instigar {v} :: to instigate, incite, urge
instilación {f} :: instillation
instilar {v} :: to instill
instilar {v} :: to trickle
instintivamente {adv} :: instinctively, intuitively
instintivo {adj} :: instinctive
instinto {m} :: instinct
institución {f} :: institution
institucional {adj} :: institutional
institucionalidad {f} :: institutionality
institucionalismo {m} :: institutionalism
institucionalista {mf} :: institutionalist
institucionalización {f} :: institutionalization
institucionalizar {v} :: to institutionalize (to establish as a normal practice)
institucionalmente {adv} :: institutionally
institucionista {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the Institución Libre de Enseñanza
institucionista {mf} :: A member of the Institución Libre de Enseñanza
instituir {v} :: to institute
instituto {m} :: institute
instituto {m} :: secondary school, senior school
institutriz {f} :: governess
instántaneo {adj} :: brief
instántaneo {adj} :: instantaneous
instrospección {f} :: introspection
instrucción {f} :: instruction
instruccional {adj} :: instructive
instructivo {adj} :: instructive
instructor {m} :: instructor, teacher
instructora {f} :: feminine noun of instructor
instruir {v} :: to instruct
instruir {v} :: to inform
instruir {v} :: to educate, school
instrumentación {f} :: instrumentation
instrumental {adj} :: instrumental
instrumentalista {mf} :: instrumentalist
instrumentalización {f} :: instrumentalization
instrumentalizado {v} :: past participle of instrumentalizar
instrumentalizar {v} :: to use, make use of, utilise
instrumentalizar {v} :: to exploit
instrumentalmente {adv} :: instrumentally
instrumentar {v} :: to orchestrate
instrumentista {mf} :: instrumentalist
instrumento {m} :: instrument (device)
instrumento {m} :: (musical) instrument
instrumento {m} :: tool, means
instrumento {m} [law] :: instrument
instrumento {m} [vulgar] :: tool (a term for the penis)
instrumento de viento {m} :: wind instrument
insubordinación {f} :: insubordination
insubordinado {adj} :: insubordinate
insubordinar {v} :: to make insubordinate; to incite to rebellion
insubordinar {vr} :: to rebel; rise up
insubsanable {adj} :: irreparable
insubsanable {adj} :: inexcusable
insubsistente {adj} :: nonextant
insubsistente {adj} :: groundless
insubstancial {adj} :: insubstantial
insuficiencia {f} :: deficiency
insuficiencia {f} [medical] :: failure (of an organ)
insuficiente {adj} :: insufficient
insuficientemente {adv} :: insufficiently
insuflación {f} :: insufflation
insuflar {v} :: to blow in air
insuflar {v} :: to breathe life into
insufrible {adj} :: insufferable
insufriblemente {adv} :: unbearably
insulación {f} :: insulation
insular {adj} :: insular
insular {mf} :: islander
insularidad {f} :: insularity
insularismo {m} :: insularism
insulina {f} [hormone] :: insulin
insulínico {adj} [attributive] :: insulin
insulso {adj} :: insipid, bland
insulso {adj} :: ungracious
insulso {adj} :: dull, boring
insultante {adj} :: insulting
insultar {vt} :: to insult, to offend
insulto {m} :: insult
insumergible {adj} :: unsinkable
insumir {v} :: to devote (time)
insumisión {f} :: refusal of military service
insumisión {f} :: revolt, mutiny
insumiso {adj} :: rebellious, rebelling
insumiso {m} :: objector
insumo {m} [usually, in the plural] :: supplies, materials
insumos {mp} [economics] :: consumer goods, consumables
insumos {mp} :: supplies
insuperable {adj} :: insuperable
insurgencia {f} :: insurgency
insurgente {mf} :: insurgent, rebel
insurgente {adj} :: insurgent, rebellious
insurrección {f} :: insurrection; rebellion
insurreccional {adj} :: insurrectional, insurrectionary
insurreccionar {vt} :: to incite or cause to rebel
insurrecto {m} :: rebel
insurrecto {adj} :: rebel; rebellious
insustancial {adj} :: insubstantial, flimsy
insustentable {adj} :: unsustainable
insustituible {adj} :: irreplaceable
int. {adj} :: abbreviation of interior
intachable {adj} :: perfect, faultless, non-failing
intacto {adj} :: intact
intaglio {m} :: intaglio
intangibilidad {f} :: intangibility
intangible {adj} :: intangible
integrabilidad {f} :: integrability
integrable {adj} :: integrable
integración {f} :: integration
integracionista {adj} :: integrationist
integrador {m} :: integrative, conciliatory
integradora {f} :: feminine noun of integrador
integral {adj} :: integral
integral {adj} :: whole
integral {adj} :: brown (rice)
integral {adj} :: wholegrain
integral {f} [mathematics] :: integral
integralidad {f} :: integrality
integralismo {m} :: fundamentalism
integralmente {adv} :: fully, integrally
integramente {adv} :: entirely, wholly
integrante {mf} :: member
integrante {adj} :: integral
integrar {v} :: to make up; compose
integrarse {v} :: reflexive of integrar
integrasa {f} [enzyme] :: integrase
integrativo {adj} :: supplementary
integridad {f} :: integrity
integrina {f} [protein] :: integrin
integrismo {m} :: fundamentalism
integrista {adj} :: fundamental
integérrimo {adj} :: superlative of íntegro
integumentario {adj} :: integumentary
integumento {m} :: integument
intelección {f} :: understanding; comprehension
intelecto {m} :: intellect; faculty of knowing, reasoning, and understanding in general (uncountable)
intelecto {m} :: intellect; of a person in particular (countable)
intelectual {adj} :: intellectual
intelectualidad {f} :: intellectuality
intelectualidad {f} :: intelligentsia
intelectualismo {m} :: intellectualism
intelectualización {f} :: intellectualization
intelectualmente {adv} :: intellectually
inteligencia {f} :: intelligence
inteligencia artificial {f} :: artificial intelligence
inteligencia emocional {f} :: emotional intelligence
inteligente {adj} :: intelligent, clever
inteligentemente {adv} :: intelligently
inteligentísimo {adj} :: superlative of inteligente
inteligibilidad {f} :: intelligibility
inteligible {adj} :: intelligible
inteligiblemente {adv} :: intelligibly
inteligir {v} :: to understand
intemperancia {f} :: intemperance
intemperante {adj} :: intemperate
intemperie {f} :: outdoors, open air
intempestivamente {adv} :: inopportunely, untimely
intempestividad {f} :: intempestivity
intempestivo {adj} :: untimely
intemporal {adj} :: timeless, eternal
intemporalidad {f} :: timelessness
intención {f} :: intention
intencionadamente {adv} :: intentionally
intencionado {adj} :: intentional
intencional {adj} :: intentional
intencionalidad {f} :: intentionality, intention
intencionalmente {adv} :: intentionally
intendencia {f} :: management, administration
intendenta {f} :: intendant
intendente {mf} :: comparable to a superintendent
intender {v} [obsolete] :: to understand
intensamente {adv} :: intensely; acutely
intensidad {f} :: intensity
intensificación {f} :: intensification
intensificador {m} :: intensifier
intensificar {v} :: to intensify
intensión {f} :: understanding
intensión {f} [linguistics] :: intension
intensivamente {adv} :: intensively
intensivista {mf} :: intensivist
intensivo {adj} :: intensive
intenso {adj} :: intense, strong
intenso {adj} :: intensive
intensísimo {adj} :: superlative of intenso
intentar {v} :: to try; especially, to put forth effort or to attempt
intento {m} :: attempt
intentona {f} :: 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
interactivamente {adv} :: interactivally
interactividad {f} :: interactivity
interactivo {adj} :: interactive
interactuación {f} :: interaction
interactuante {adj} :: interacting
interactuar {v} :: to interact
interadministrativo {adj} :: inter-administration
interagencial {adj} :: interagency
inter alia {adv} :: inter alia
interamericano {adj} :: Interamerican (between countries of the Americas)
interandino {adj} :: between or in the Andes
interanual {adj} :: year-to-year
interanualmente {adv} :: interannually
interatómico {adj} :: interatomic
interbancario {adj} :: interbank
interbarrial {adj} :: inter-neighbourhood
interbibliotecario {adj} :: interlibrary
interbloque {m} :: coalition
intercalación {f} :: intercalation
intercalar {v} :: to intersperse
intercambiabilidad {f} :: interchangeableness
intercambiable {adj} :: exchangeable
intercambiador {m} :: terminal (transport facility)
intercambiador {m} :: interchange; interchange station
intercambiador de calor {m} :: heat exchanger
intercambiar {vt} :: to interchange, to exchange
intercambio {m} :: exchange
intercambio {m} :: interchange
intercambio de idiomas {m} :: language exchange
intercameral {adj} :: intercameral
intercantonal {adj} :: Between cantons
interceder {v} :: to intercede
intercelular {adj} :: intercellular
intercepción {f} :: interception
intercepción {f} :: tapping
interceptación {f} :: interception
interceptar {vt} :: to intercept
interceptar {vt} :: to block, to interrupt
interceptor {m} :: interceptor
intercesión {f} :: intercession
intercesor {adj} :: mediating
interclasista {adj} :: interclass
intercolegial {adj} :: intercollegiate
intercolumnio {m} :: intercolumnation
intercomarcal {adj} :: between different comarcas
intercompañía {adj} :: intercompany
intercomunal {adj} :: inter-commune
intercomunicación {f} :: intercommunication
intercomunicado {adj} :: intercommunicated
intercomunicador {m} [telephony] :: intercom, talkback, doorphone
interconectado {adj} :: interconnected
interconectar {v} :: to interconnect
interconectividad {f} :: interconnectedness
interconexión {f} :: interconnection
interconfesional {adj} :: interdenominational
interconsulta {f} :: consult
intercontinental {adj} :: intercontinental
interconversión {f} :: interconversion
intercooler {m} :: intercooler
intercoreano {adj} :: Between North Korea and South Korea
intercostal {adj} [anatomy] :: intercostal
intercostal {m} [anatomy] :: intercostal
intercostal externo {m} :: external intercostal
intercostal interno {m} :: internal intercostal
intercostobraquial {adj} [anatomy] :: intercostobrachial
intercraneal {adj} :: intercranial
intercrecimiento {m} :: intergrowth
intercrisis {adj} :: inter-crisis
intercross {m} [sports] :: lacrosse
intercultural {adj} :: intercultural
interculturalidad {f} :: interculturality
interculturalismo {m} :: interculturalism
intercuneiforme {adj} [anatomy] :: intercuneiform
interdecir {v} :: to interdict
interdental {adj} :: interdental
interdepartamental {adj} :: interdepartmental
interdependencia {f} :: interdependence
interdependiente {adj} :: interdependent
interdependista {mf} :: interdependist
interdiario {adj} [Peru] :: every-other-day
interdicción {f} [law] :: interdiction
interdicto {adj} :: banned; prohibited
interdicto {m} :: ban, prohibition
interdigestivo {adj} :: interdigestive
interdigital {adj} :: interdigital
interdimensional {adj} :: interdimensional
interdiocesano {adj} :: interdiocesan / inter-diocesan
interdisciplinar {adj} :: interdisciplinary
interdisciplinaridad {f} :: interdisciplinarity
interdisciplinariedad {f} :: interdisciplinarity
interdisciplinario {adj} :: interdisciplinary
interesadamente {adv} :: interestedly
interesado {adj} :: acquisitive, grabby
interesado {adj} :: opportunistic
interesado {adj} :: interested
interesadísimo {adj} :: superlative of interesado
interesante {adj} :: interesting
interesantemente {adv} :: interestingly
interesantísimo {adj} :: superlative of interesante
interesar {v} :: to interest
interesarse {v} :: reflexive of interesar To be interested
interescolar {adj} :: interschool
interescuadra {adj} :: intersquad
interespecífico {adj} :: interspecific
interestatal {adj} :: interstate
interestelar {adj} :: interstellar (between or among stars)
interfacial {adj} :: interfacial
interfalángico {adj} :: interphalangeal
interfamiliar {adj} :: interfamilial
interfase {adj} :: interphase
interfase {f} :: interphase
interfaz {f} :: interface (the point of interconnection between two entities)
interferencia {f} :: interference
interferiado {m} :: long weekend
interferir {v} :: to interfere
interferómetro {m} :: interferometer
interferón {m} [protein] :: interferon
interferometría {f} [phsyics] :: interferometry
interfijo {m} :: interfix
interfilial {adj} :: interclub
interfluvio {m} :: interfluve
interfoliar {v} :: to interleave
interfon {m} :: intercom
intergaláctico {adj} :: intergalactic (occurring between galaxies)
intergeneracional {adj} :: intergenerational
intergenérico {adj} [biology] :: intergeneric
interglacial {adj} :: interglacial
interglaciar {adj} :: interglacial
intergénero {adj} :: intergender
intergrupo {adj} :: intergroup
intergubernamental {adj} :: intergovernmental
interhemisférico {adj} :: interhemispheric
interhumano {adj} :: interhuman
interimperialista {adj} :: interimperialist (between two or more states (etc.) that are imperialist)
interina {f} :: feminine noun of interino
interinamente {adv} :: temporarily
interinato {m} :: internship
interindividual {adj} :: interindividual
interinidad {f} :: temporariness
interino {adj} :: acting, temporary, substitute
interino {m} :: A temp: a temporary clerk
interinstitucional {adj} :: interinstitutional
interinsular {adj} :: interisland
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
interiorismo {m} :: interior design
interiorista {mf} :: interior designer
interiorización {f} :: interiorizing
interiorizar {v} :: to internalize, to take to heart, to embrace
interiormente {adv} :: internally
interiormente {adv} :: inwardly
interista {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Inter, the Italian football club based in Milan
interista {mf} :: An Inter player or supporter
interjección {f} [grammar] :: interjection
interjurisdiccional {adj} :: interjurisdictional
Interlaken {prop} {m} :: Interlaken
interliga {adj} :: interleague
interlingüe {adj} :: translingual
interlingua {f} :: Interlingua
interlínea {f} :: line feed
interlobular {adj} [anatomy] :: interlobular
interlocal {adj} :: interlocal
interlocución {f} :: interlocution
interlocutar {v} :: to contact; communicate
interlocutor {m} :: interlocutor
interlocutor {m} :: negotiator
interlocutora {f} :: feminine noun of interlocutor
interludio {m} :: interlude
intermareal {adj} :: intertidal
intermediación {f} :: intermediation
intermediador {adj} :: intermediating
intermediador {m} :: intermediator
intermediar {vi} :: to intermediate
intermediaria {f} :: feminine noun of intermediario
intermediario {adj} :: intermediating
intermediario {m} :: intermediary
intermediario {m} :: middleman
intermedio {adj} :: intermediate
intermedio {m} [theater] :: interval, intermission
intermedista {mf} [baseball] :: second baseman
intermensual {adj} :: month-over-month, MoM
intermesentérico {adj} [anatomy] :: intermesenteric
intermezclar {v} :: to intermix, intermingle
interminable {adj} :: unending, interminable
interminablemente {adv} :: interminably
interministerial {adj} :: interministerial
intermisión {f} :: intermission
intermitencia {f} :: intermittence
intermitente {adj} :: intermittent
intermitente {m} :: indicator, trafficator, turn signal
intermitentemente {adv} :: intermittently
intermodal {adj} :: intermodal
intermodalidad {f} :: intermodality
intermodulación {f} :: intermodulation
intermolecular {adj} :: intermolecular
intermunicipal {adj} :: intermunicipal
intermuscular {adj} :: intermuscular
internación {f} :: internment
internacional {adj} :: international
Internacional {prop} {f} :: Internationale
internacionalidad {f} :: internationality
internacionalismo {m} :: internationalism
internacionalista {adj} :: internationalist
internacionalista {mf} :: internationalist
internacionalización {f} :: internationalization
internacionalizar {v} :: to internationalize
internacionalmente {adv} :: internationally
internado {m} :: boarding school
internado {v} :: past participle of internar
internalización {f} :: internalization
internalizar {v} :: to internalize
internamente {adv} :: inside, within, internally
internamiento {m} :: internment
internar {vt} [~ en] :: to send into (especially the interior of a country or region)
internar {vt} [~ en] :: to commit or confine inside a place or institution
internar {vi} :: to intern; to work as an intern
internar {vr} [~se en] :: to immerse oneself in (e.g. a topic of study)
internar {vr} [~se en] :: to enter (especially surreptitiously)
internarse {v} :: reflexive of internar
internauta {mf} [computing] :: netizen (Internet user)
internet {mf} :: internet
interneurona {f} :: interneurone
internismo {m} :: internism
internista {mf} :: internist
interno {adj} :: internal
interno {m} :: patient
interno {m} :: prisoner
interoceánico {adj} :: interoceanic
interoperabilidad {f} :: interoperability
interoperable {adj} :: interoperable
interoperar {v} :: interoperate
interoperatividad {f} :: interoperability
interpalestino {adj} :: inter-Palestine
interparroquial {adj} :: interparochial
interpartidista {adj} :: interparty
interpeciolar {adj} :: interpetiolar
interpeduncular {adj} [anatomy] :: interpeduncular
interpelación {f} :: interpellation, questioning
interpelar {v} :: to question
interpelatorio {adj} [attributive] :: interpellation
interpenetración {f} :: interpenetration
interpersonal {adj} :: interpersonal
interplanetario {adj} :: interplanetary
interpolación {f} :: interpolation
interpolador {adj} :: interpolating
interpolador {m} :: interpolator
interpoladora {f} :: feminine noun of interpolador
interpolar {v} :: to interpolate
interponer {v} :: to interpose
interponer {v} [legal] :: to file (a lawsuit)
interponer {vr} :: to intervene
interponerse {v} :: reflexive of interponer
interposición {f} :: interjection
interposición {f} [law] :: lodging, filing (of a complaint, motion)
interpretable {adj} :: interpretable
interpretación {f} :: interpretation
interpretador {m} [computing] :: interpreter
interpretar {v} :: to interpret, to explain, to decipher
interpretar {v} :: to interpret, to translate orally
interpretar {v} [theater] :: to act a part
interpretar {v} [music] :: to perform
interpretarse {v} :: reflexive of interpretar
interpretativamente {adv} :: interpretively
interpretativo {adj} :: interpretative
interprofesional {adj} :: interprofessional
interpromocional {adj} :: inter-promotional
interproveedor {m} :: integrated supplier
interprovincial {adj} :: interprovincial
interpósita persona {f} [legal] :: third party, intermediary
interracial {adj} :: interracial
interred {f} :: Internet
interregional {adj} :: interregional
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
interreligioso {adj} :: interreligious
interrogación {f} :: interrogation
interrogador {adj} :: questioning, interrogating
interrogador {m} :: interrogator (one who interrogates)
interrogante {adj} [attributive] :: questioning
interrogante {mf} :: interrogator (person)
interrogante {mf} :: question mark (punctuation)
interrogante {mf} :: question mark (doubt)
interrogante {mf} :: question, query
interrogar {v} :: to interrogate
interrogativamente {adv} :: interrogatively
interrogativo {adj} :: interrogative
interrogatorio {m} :: An interrogation; a questioning or inquiry
interrumpibilidad {f} :: interruptibility
interrumpidamente {adv} :: interruptedly
interrumpidor {adj} :: interrupting
interrumpidor {m} :: interruptor
interrumpir {v} :: to interrupt
interrumpir {v} :: to suspend
interrumpir {v} :: to cut short
interrumpir {v} :: to block
interrumpirse {v} :: reflexive of interrumpir
interrupción {f} :: interruption
interrupto {adj} :: interrupted
interruptor {adj} :: interrupting
interruptor {m} :: switch
interés {m} [finance] :: interest (a fraction of the amount of what was borrowed)
interés {m} :: interest (attention that is given to something or someone)
interés {m} :: interest (an involvement or stake in an undertaking)
intersecar {v} :: to intersect
intersección {f} :: intersection
intersección {f} :: crossroads
intersectar {v} :: obsolete spelling of intersecar
intersectorial {adj} :: intersector
interóseo {adj} [anatomy] :: interosseous
intersexual {adj} :: intersexual
intersexualidad {f} :: intersexuality
intersticial {adj} :: interstitial
intersticio {m} :: interstice
intersubjetividad {f} :: intersubjectivity
intertalámico {adj} [anatomy] :: interthalamic
intertanto {m} :: meantime
intertemporal {adj} :: intertemporal
interterritorial {adj} :: interterritorial
intertextual {adj} :: intertextual
intertextualidad {f} :: intertextuality
interétnico {adj} :: interethnic
intertribal {adj} :: intertribal
intertrimestral {adj} :: quarterly, quarter-on-quarter
intertropical {adj} :: intertropical
intertubercular {adj} [anatomy] :: intertubercular
interuniversitario {adj} :: interuniversity
interurbano {adj} :: intercity
interurbano {adj} :: trunk, long-distance (phone call)
intervalo {m} :: interval, gap, break
intervalo {m} [music] :: interval
intervalo {m} [mathematics] :: interval
intervalo {m} :: recess
intervalo {m} :: intermission
intervención {f} :: intervention
intervencionismo {m} :: interventionism
intervencionista {adj} :: interventionist
intervencionista {mf} :: interventionist
intervenir {v} :: to intervene
interventor {m} :: comptroller
interventora {f} :: feminine of interventor
interventoría {f} :: supervision
interventoría {f} :: inventory
interventricular {adj} [anatomy] :: interventricular
intervertebral {adj} :: intervertebral
interviú {mf} [colloquial] :: interview
interviniente {mf} :: participant
intervocálico {adj} :: intervocalic
interzonal {adj} :: interzonal
intestinal {adj} :: intestinal
intestinalmente {adv} :: intestinally
intestino {adj} :: internal, internecine
intestino {m} :: intestine
intestino ciego {m} :: cecum
intestino delgado {m} :: small intestine
intestino grueso {m} :: large intestine
Inti {prop} {m} :: The Inca God of the Sun
intifada {f} :: intifada (insurrection by Palestinians against Israel)
inútil {adj} :: useless
inútil {adj} :: pointless
inútil {m} :: a useless, hopeless person; idler, loafer
inútilmente {adv} :: uselessly
inútilmente {adv} :: in vain
intimación {f} :: announcement, notification
intimar {v} :: to inform
intimar {v} :: to get close, to grow close
intimidación {f} :: intimidation
intimidad {f} :: privacy
intimidad {f} :: intimacy
intimidador {adj} :: intimidating
intimidador {m} :: intimidator (one who intimidates)
intimidadora {f} :: feminine noun of intimidador
intimidante {adj} :: intimidating
intimidantemente {adv} :: intimidatingly
intimidar {vt} :: to intimidate
intimidatoriamente {adv} :: intimidatingly
intimidatorio {adj} :: intimidating
intimismo {m} :: intimism
intimista {mf} :: intimist
intitulación {f} :: entitlement
intitulación {f} [archaic] :: title; heading
intitular {v} :: to title (give a title to a work)
intocabilidad {f} :: untouchability
intocable {adj} :: untouchable
intocable {mf} :: untouchable
intocado {adj} :: untouched; intact
intolerable {adj} :: intolerable
intolerablemente {adv} :: intolerably
intolerancia {f} :: intolerance (the state of being intolerant)
intolerancia {f} :: intolerance (extreme sensitivity to a food or drug)
intolerante {adj} :: intolerant
intoxicación {f} :: intoxication
intoxicante {adj} :: intoxicating
intoxicar {v} :: to intoxicate
intrabloque {adj} :: From inside a bloc
intrabucal {adj} :: intraoral
intracelular {adj} :: intracellular
intracelularmente {adv} :: intracellularly
intracitoplasmático {adj} :: intracytoplasmic
intracraneal {adj} :: intracranial
intradía {adj} [finance] :: intraday
intradós {m} :: intrados
intraducible {adj} :: untranslateable
intraeclesial {adj} :: interchurch
intraepitelial {adj} :: intraepithelial
intraespecífico {adj} :: intraspecific
intraeuropeo {adj} :: intra-European
intrafamiliar {adj} :: intrafamilial
intrahistoria {f} :: personal history
intrahospitalario {adj} :: intrahospital
intramolecular {adj} :: intramolecular
intramural {adj} :: intramural
intramuros {adv} :: within the city walls
intramuscular {adj} :: intramuscular
intranasal {adj} :: intranasal
intranet {f} [computing] :: intranet
intranquilidad {f} :: instability, unrest
intranquilizar {v} :: to make uneasy, restless, worry
intranquilizar {v} :: to disquiet, preoccupy
intranquilizar {vr} :: to get restless, uneasy
intranquilizarse {vr} :: to get restless, uneasy
intranquilo {adj} :: restless
intransable {adj} :: non-negotiable
intransferible {adj} :: nontransferable
intransferiblemente {adv} :: untransferably
intransigencia {f} :: intransigence
intransigente {adj} :: intransigent
intransitable {adj} :: impassable
intransitado {adj} :: untrodden; unvisited
intransitivamente {adv} :: intransitively
intransitivo {adj} [grammar, of a verb] :: intransitive (not taking a direct object)
intransmisible {adj} :: nontransmissible
intraocular {adj} :: intraocular
intraoperatorio {adj} :: intraoperative
intrapersonal {adj} :: intrapersonal
intraplaca {adj} :: interplate
intrarregional {adj} :: intraregional
intrascendencia {f} :: unimportance; insignificance
intrascendente {adj} :: unimportant; insignificant
intraóseo {adj} :: intraosseous
intratabilidad {f} :: untreatability
intratable {adj} :: untreatable
intratable {adj} :: unsociable
intratecal {adj} :: intrathecal
intrauterino {adj} :: intrauterine
intravenoso {adj} :: intravenous
intraventricular {adj} :: intraventricular
intrazona {adj} :: from within a zone
intrepidez {f} :: intrepidity
intricar {v} :: alternative form of intrincar
intriga {f} :: intrigue
intrigado {adj} :: intrigued
intrigante {adj} :: intriguing
intrigante {adj} :: scheming
intrigante {mf} :: schemer
intrigante {mf} :: intriguer
intrigar {v} :: to intrigue
intriguilla {f} :: diminutive of intriga
intrincadamente {adv} :: intricately
intrincar {v} :: to confuse, tangle, complicate
intrón {m} :: intron
intrónico {adj} :: intronic
intrínsecamente {adv} :: intrinsically
intrínseco {adj} :: intrinsic (inherent, intimate)
intrínsicamente {adv} :: intrinsically
intro {f} :: intro
introducción {f} :: introduction
introducir {v} :: to insert
introducir {v} :: to bring in
introducirse {v} :: reflexive of introducir
introductor {adj} :: introducing
introductor {m} :: introducer
introductorio {adj} :: introductory
introgresión {f} :: introgression
introito {m} :: introit
intromisión {f} :: meddling, intrusion, interference
introspección {f} :: introspection
introspectivamente {adv} :: introspectively
introspectivo {adj} :: introspective
introversión {f} :: introversion
introvertido {adj} :: introverted
introvertido {m} :: introvert
intrépidamente {adv} :: intrepidly
intrépido {adj} :: fearless
intrépido {adj} :: bold
intrépido {adj} :: adventurous
intérprete {mf} :: interpreter (one who interprets speech in another language)
intérprete {mf} :: (music, dance) performer
intrusar {vt} :: to intrude, nosey-about, trespass
intrusión {f} :: intrusion
intrusión {f} :: encroachment
intrusismo {m} :: intrusion
intrusista {mf} :: infiltrator
intrusivo {adj} :: intrusive
intruso {adj} :: intrusive
intruso {m} :: intruder
intruso {m} :: gatecrasher
intruso {m} :: nosy, busy body
intubación {f} :: intubation
intubado {adj} :: connected with tubes, intubated
intubado {v} :: past participle of intubar
intubar {v} :: to intubate (connect with tubes)
intuición {f} :: intuition
intuicionista {adj} :: intuitionistic
intuicionista {mf} :: intuitionist
intuir {v} :: to know intuitively
intuitivamente {adv} :: intuitively, by intuition
intuitivo {adj} :: intuitive
inubicable {adj} :: unreachable; out of reach
inuit {adj} :: Inuit
inuit {mf} :: Inuit
inuit {mf} [uncountable] :: Inuktitut
inulina {f} [carbohydrate] :: inulin
inundable {adj} :: flooded, flood
inundable {m} :: floodplain
inundación {f} :: inundation, flood
inundado {adj} :: flooded, inundated
inundar {v} :: to inundate
inundarse {v} :: reflexive of inundar
inusitadamente {adv} :: unusually, uncharacteristically
inusitado {adj} :: unusual, out of the ordinary
inusual {adj} :: unusual
inusualmente {adv} :: unusually
inutilidad {f} :: uselessness
inutilizable {adj} :: unusable
inutilización {f} :: uselessness
inutilizar {v} :: to disable
inutilizar {v} :: to make unusable
inutilizar {v} :: to void
inutilizar {v} :: to spoil
invadir {v} :: to invade
invaginación {f} :: intussusception
invaginación {f} :: invagination
invaginar {v} :: invaginate
invalidación {f} :: invalidation
invalidante {adj} :: disabling, incapacitating
invalidar {v} :: to invalidate
invalidez {f} :: invalidity
invalidez {f} :: handicap
invalorable {adj} :: invaluable
invaluable {adj} :: invaluable, priceless
invariabilidad {f} :: invariability
invariable {adj} :: invariable
invariablemente {adv} :: invariably
invariancia {f} :: invariance
invariante {f} :: invariant
invasión {f} :: invasion
invasión {f} :: trespass
invasivo {adj} :: invasive
invasor {adj} :: invasive
invasor {m} :: invader
invasora {f} :: feminine noun of invasor
invectiva {adj} :: invective. Insulting, abusive, or highly critical language
invencibilidad {f} :: invincibility
invencible {adj} :: invincible
invenciblemente {adv} :: unbeatably
invención {f} :: invention (something invented)
invención {f} :: invention (the act of inventing)
invención {f} :: fiction
invenir {v} :: to find, discover
inventado {adj} :: invented
inventar {v} :: to invent
inventar {v} :: to feign
inventariar {v} :: to inventory
inventario {m} :: inventory
inventarse {v} :: reflexive of inventar
inventiva {f} :: inventiveness
inventivo {adj} :: inventive
invento {m} :: invention
invento {m} [surfing] :: leash
inventor {m} :: inventor (one who invents things)
inventora {f} :: inventor
inventriz {f} :: inventor, inventress
invernación {f} :: hibernation
invernada {f} :: winter
invernada {f} :: wintering, winter stay
invernadero {m} [botany] :: greenhouse
invernal {adj} :: winter (attributive)
invernante {adj} :: wintering
invernar {v} :: to hibernate, to winter
invernáculo {m} [botany] :: greenhouse
invernizo {adj} :: wintry
inverosimilitud {f} :: incredibility; implausibility
inverosímil {adj} :: incredible
inverosímil {adj} :: implausible
inversamente {adv} :: inversely
inversión {f} :: investment
inversión {f} :: inversion
inversionista {mf} :: investor
inverso {adj} :: inverted, reverse
inverso {adj} :: opposite
inversor {m} :: investor
inversora {f} :: feminine noun of inversor
invertebrado {adj} :: invertebrate (lacking backbone)
invertebrado {m} :: invertebrate (animal without backbone)
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, inauguration
investigación {f} :: research
investigación {f} :: investigation
investigado {adj} :: investigated
investigado {v} :: past participle of investigar
investigador {adj} :: researching, investigating
investigador {m} :: researcher, investigator
investigadora {f} :: feminine noun of investigador
investigador privado {m} :: private investigator
investigar {v} :: to research
investigar {v} :: to investigate
investigativo {adj} :: investigative
investir {v} :: to invest (to commit money or effort)
investir {v} :: to invest (to ceremonially install someone in some office)
inveterado {adj} :: inveterate
inviabilidad {f} :: inviability
inviable {adj} :: inviable
inviar {v} :: obsolete form of enviar
invicto {adj} :: invincible, unbeatable
invicto {adj} :: unbeaten, undefeated
invictísimo {adj} :: superlative of invicto
invidente {adj} :: blind
invidente {mf} :: blind person
invidia {f} :: obsolete spelling of envidia
inviernito {m} :: diminutive of invierno
invierno {m} :: winter
invierno nuclear {m} :: nuclear winter
inviolabilidad {f} :: inviolability
inviolable {adj} :: inviolable
inviolablemente {adv} :: inviolably
invisibilidad {f} :: invisibility
invisibilización {f} :: ability to make something disappear
invisibilizar {v} :: to make invisible, to hide
invisible {adj} :: invisible
invisiblemente {adv} :: invisibly
invitación {f} :: invitation
invitacional {adj} :: invitational
invitada {f} :: feminine noun of invitado
invitado {adj} :: invited
invitado {m} :: guest
invitador {m} :: inviter
invitadora {f} :: feminine noun of invitador
invita la casa {phrase} :: on the house
invitar {v} :: to invite
invitar {v} :: to assume responsibility for paying
in vitro {adj} :: in vitro (in an artificial environment, outside the living organism)
invivible {adj} :: unhospitable
inválido {adj} :: invalid
inválido {adj} :: void
invocación {f} :: invocation
invocador {adj} :: invocational; invocative
invocador {m} :: invoker; summoner
invocadora {f} :: feminine noun of invocador
invocar {v} :: to invoke
involución {f} :: regression
involucionar {v} :: to involve, devolve
involucionismo {m} :: involutionism
involucración {f} :: involvement
involucrado {adj} :: involved
involucral {adj} :: involucral
involucramiento {m} :: involving, taking part, meddling
involucrar {vt} :: involve
involucrar {vr} :: meddle
involucrarse {v} :: reflexive of involucrar
involucro {m} [botany] :: involucre
involuntariamente {adv} :: involuntarily
involuntariedad {f} :: involuntariness
involuntario {adj} :: involuntary
involuntario {adj} :: unintentional
involutivo {adj} [politics] :: reactionary, conservative
invulnerabilidad {f} :: invulnerability
invulnerable {adj} :: invulnerable
inyección {f} :: injection
inyectable {adj} :: injectable
inyectable {m} [pharmacy] :: injectable
inyectadora {f} :: syringe
inyectar {v} :: to inject
inyectarse {v} :: reflexive of inyectar
inyectivo {adj} :: injective
inyector {m} :: injector
inyector {m} :: nozzle
inyera {f} :: injera
-io {suffix} :: -ium
-iño {suffix} [Galicia] :: A suffix to make diminutives of nouns and adjectives
iñocer {v} :: (archaic) to forgive
iodo {m} :: iodine
iodopsina {f} [protein] :: photopsin, iodopsin
ion {m} :: ion (atom bearing an electrical charge)
ionización {f} [chemistry] :: ionization
ionizante {adj} :: ionising
ionizar {v} :: ionize
ionosfera {f} :: ionosphere
ionosférico {adj} :: ionospheric
ionotrópico {adj} :: ionotropic
iota {f} :: iota (Greek letter)
iotización {f} :: iotation
Iowa {prop} {f} :: Iowa
iperita {f} :: mustard gas
iPhone {m} :: iPhone
ippon {m} :: ippon
ipsativo {adj} :: ipsative
iqueña {f} :: feminine noun of iqueño
iqueño {adj} :: Of or from Ica
iqueño {m} :: Someone from Ica
iquiqueña {f} :: feminine noun of iquiqueño
iquiqueño {adj} :: of or from Iquique
iquiqueño {m} :: Someone from Iquique
Iquitos {prop} :: Iquitos (city)
ir {v} :: to go
ir {vr} :: to go away, to leave (see irse)
ir {v} :: (with a followed by the infinitive), to be going to (near future)
-ir {suffix} :: A verb ending for infinitives
-iré {suffix} :: Suffix indicating the third-person singular future indicative of -ir verbs
ira {f} :: ire, wrath
iracundia {f} :: irritability
iracundo {adj} :: short-tempered
iracundo {adj} :: angry; anger-filled
Irak {prop} {m} :: Iraq
ir al ajo del asunto {v} [idiomatic] :: to cut to the chase, get to the point
ir al bulto {v} [idiomatic, bullfighting] :: (of the bull) to charge straight at the bullfighter
ir al grano {v} :: to get to the point
ir al tajo {v} [idiomatic] :: to get down to work
iraní {adj} :: Iranian
iraní {mf} :: Iranian
iraniana {f} :: feminine noun of iraniano
iraniano {adj} :: Iranian, Irani
iraniano {m} :: Iranian, Irani
iranio {adj} :: Iranian
Iraq {prop} {m} :: alternative spelling of Irak
iraquí {adj} :: Iraqi
iraquí {mf} :: Iraqi
ir a saco {v} [idiomatic] :: to go all out
irascibilidad {f} :: irascibility
irascible {adj} :: irascible
ir con la verdad por delante {v} [idiomatic] :: to speak the truth; to be totally honest
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} {f} :: given name
Ireneo {prop} {m} :: given name
iridio {m} :: iridium
iridiscencia {f} :: iridescence
iridiscente {adj} :: iridescent
iridoide {m} [organic chemistry] :: iridoid
iris {m} [anatomy] :: iris
-iréis {suffix} :: Suffix indicating the second-person plural future indicative of -ir verbs
irisación {f} :: irisation
irisado {adj} :: rainbowlike, rainbow-colored
irisado {adj} :: iridescent
irisar {v} :: To be iridescent
irlanda {f} :: A fabric of Irish wool
Irlanda {prop} {f} :: Ireland
Irlanda del Norte {prop} {f} :: Northern Ireland (one of the constituent countries of the United Kingdom)
irlandesa {f} :: feminine noun of irlandés (Irishwoman)
irlandés {adj} :: Irish (from or native to Ireland)
irlandés {adj} :: Irish (pertaining to Ireland)
irlandés {m} :: Irishman
irlandés {m} :: the Irish language
irlandés antiguo {m} :: Old Irish
Irán {prop} {m} :: Iran
irónicamente {adv} :: ironically; with irony
irónico {adj} :: ironic
iro {m} [rare] :: A Mohawk hairstyle
ironía {f} :: irony
ironías de la vida {adv} [idiomatic] :: ironically
ironizar {v} :: to speak with irony
iroqués {m} :: Iroquois (a person belonging to an Iroquois tribe of North America)
iroqués {m} [uncountable] :: Iroquois (any of the Iroquois languages)
iroqués {adj} :: of or relating to the Iroquois people
iroqués {adj} :: of or relating to the Iroquois languages
IRPF {initialism} :: w:es:Impuesto sobre la renta de las personas físicas, a personal income tax in Spain
ir pisando huevos {v} [idiomatic] :: to walk on eggshells
ir por los cerros de Úbeda {v} [idiomatic] :: to beat around the bush
ir preso {v} :: To go to jail
ir que chuta {v} [impersonal, idiom, Spain] :: To be more than enough
irracional {adj} :: irrational, absurd
irracionalidad {f} :: irrationality
irracionalismo {m} :: irrationalism
irracionalista {adj} :: irrationalist
irracionalmente {adv} :: irrationally
irradiación {f} :: irradiation
irradiar {v} :: to irradiate
irrastreable {adj} :: untraceable
irrazonable {adj} :: unreasonable
irreal {adj} :: unreal
irreal {adj} :: fantastic
irrealidad {f} :: unreality
irrealizable {adj} :: unrealizable
irrebatible {adj} :: irrefutable
irrebatible {adj} :: unbeatable
irreconciliable {adj} :: irreconcilable
irreconocible {adj} :: unrecognizable
irrecuperable {adj} :: irrecuperable
irrecusable {adj} :: irrecusable, unquestionable
irredentismo {m} :: irredentism
irredentista {mf} :: irredentist
irredento {adj} :: irredeemable
irredimible {adj} :: irredeemable
irreductible {adj} :: irrepressible, unstopped
irreductiblemente {adv} :: irreducibly
irreemplazable {adj} :: irreplaceable
irreflexivamente {adv} :: impetuously
irreflexivo {adj} :: impetuous
irreformable {adj} :: irreformable, unreformable
irrefrenable {adj} :: unrestricted, unrestrained, unstoppable
irrefutable {adj} :: irrefutable
irregular {adj} :: irregular
irregularidad {f} :: irregularity
irregularmente {adv} :: irregularly
irrelevancia {f} :: irrelevance
irrelevante {adj} :: irrelevant, unimportant
irreligión {f} :: irreligion
irreligioso {adj} :: irreligious
irremediable {adj} :: irremediable
irremediablemente {adv} :: irremediably
irremisible {adj} :: irremissible. unpardonable
irremisiblemente {adv} :: irremissibly
irremplazable {adj} :: irreplaceable
irrenunciable {adj} :: unmissable
irreparabilidad {f} :: irreparability
irreparable {adj} :: irreparable
irreparablemente {adv} :: irreparably
irrepetible {adj} :: extraordinary, unrepeatable
irreprensible {adj} :: irreprochable
irreprimible {adj} :: irrepressible
irreprochable {adj} :: irreproachable
irreproducible {adj} :: irreproducible
irresistible {adj} :: irresistible
irresistiblemente {adv} :: irresistibly
irresoluble {adj} :: irresoluble
irresolución {f} :: irresolution
irresoluto {adj} :: indecisive
irrespectivamente {adv} :: irrespectively
irrespetar {v} [Latin America] :: to disrespect
irrespeto {m} :: disrespect
irrespetuosamente {adv} :: disrespectfully
irrespetuoso {adj} :: disrespectful
irrespirable {adj} :: irrespirable
irresponsabilidad {f} :: irresponsibility
irresponsable {adj} :: irresponsible
irresponsablemente {adv} :: irresponsibly, carelessly
irrestrictamente {adv} :: freely, without restrictions
irrestricto {adj} :: limitless, unrestricted
irresuelto {adj} :: unresolved
irretroactividad {f} :: irretroactivity
irreverencia {f} :: irreverence
irreverente {adj} :: irreverent
irreverentemente {adv} :: irreverently
irreversibilidad {f} :: irreversibility
irreversible {adj} :: irreversible (not able to be reversed)
irreversiblemente {adv} :: irreversibly
irrevocable {adj} :: irrevocable
irrevocablemente {adv} :: irrevocably
irrigación {f} :: irrigation
irrigación {f} :: circulation (of blood)
irrigador {m} :: sprinkler
irrigar {v} :: to irrigate
irrisión {f} :: jibe; taunt
irrisión {f} :: laughing stock; butt of the joke
irrisorio {adj} :: paltry
irrisorio {adj} :: mild
irritabilidad {f} :: irritability
irritable {adj} :: irritable
irritablemente {adv} :: irritably, touchily
irritación {f} :: annoyance; irritation
irritadísimo {adj} :: superlative of irritado
irritante {adj} :: abrasive, irritating
irritante {m} :: irritant
irritantemente {adv} :: irritatingly
irritar {v} :: to irritate
irritar {v} :: to excite
irrogar {v} :: to cause harm or danger
irrompible {adj} :: unbreakable
irrumpir {v} :: to burst into
irrupción {f} :: break-in
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 leak out (with liquids and gasses), to boil away, to go flat (gas in drinks)
irse {v} :: to overflow
irse {v} :: to go out (lights)
irse {v} :: to finish, to wear out, to disappear (e.g. money, paint, pains, mechanical parts)
irse {v} :: to die
irse {v} [colloquial] :: to break wind
irse {v} [colloquial] :: to wet/soil oneself
irse {v} [vulgar] :: to come, to cum
irse a hacer puñetas {v} [vulgar] :: to piss off; to go fuck oneself
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
irse de picos pardos {v} [idiom] :: to go out on a bender; paint the town red
irse de picos pardos {v} [archaic, idiom] :: to go out whoring
irse de pinta {v} [idiom] :: to play hookey
irse de rositas {v} [idiomatic] :: to get away with it; get off scot-free
irse el santo al cielo {v} [idiom, impersonal] :: To forget what one was going to say
irse la olla {v} [idiom] :: to go haywire
irse la pinza {v} [idiom, colloquial] :: to go nuts, go bonkers, lose the plot
ir tirando {v} [idiom] :: to get by, get along
Irulegui {prop} {f} :: surname
irundarra {adj} :: Of or from Irun
irundarra {mf} :: Someone from Irun
irunesa {f} :: feminine noun of irunés
irunés {adj} :: Of or from Irún
irunés {m} :: Someone from Irún
Isaí {prop} {m} :: Jesse [biblical character]
Isa {prop} {f} :: given name
Isaac {prop} :: Isaac (Biblical figure)
Isaac {prop} :: given name
Isaías {prop} {m} [Bible] :: Isaiah (book of the Bible and the Tanakh)
Isaías {prop} {m} [Abrahamic religions] :: Isaiah (a prophet, author of the Book of Isaiah)
Isaías {prop} {m} :: given name
Isabel {prop} {f} :: given name, cognate with Elizabeth
Isabel {prop} {f} :: Elizabeth [biblical character]
isabelino {adj} :: Elizabethan (pertaining to Elizabeth I of England)
isapre {f} [Chile] :: health centre
isentrópico {adj} :: isentropic
Isernia {prop} :: Isernia (town)
Isfahán {prop} :: Isfahan
isógono {adj} [geometry] :: isogonal (having equal angles)
Ishii {prop} :: surname
Ishikawa {prop} :: surname
Isidoro {prop} {m} :: given name, cognate to English Isidore
Isidro {prop} {m} :: given name, variant of Isidoro, cognate to English Isidore
Isis {prop} {f} [Egyptian mythology] :: Isis
isla {f} :: island (area of land surrounded by water)
isla {f} :: block (group of urban lots of property)
Isla de la Reunión {prop} {f} :: Réunion (island in the Indian Ocean to the west of Mauritius and to the east of Madagascar)
Isla de Navidad {prop} {f} :: Christmas Island (non self-governing territory of Australia)
Isla de Pascua {prop} {f} :: Easter Island
islam {m} :: Islam
Islamabad {prop} :: Islamabad (the capital of Pakistan)
islamófoba {f} :: feminine noun of islamófobo
islamófobo {adj} :: Islamophobic
islamófobo {m} :: Islamophobe
islamismo {m} :: Islamism
islamista {mf} :: Islamist
islamización {f} :: Islamization
islamizar {vt} :: to Islamicize
islamofóbica {f} :: feminine noun of islamofóbico
islamofóbico {adj} :: homophobic
islamofóbico {m} :: homophobe
islamofobia {f} :: Islamophobia
Islandia {prop} {f} :: Iceland
islandés {adj} :: Icelandic (from or native to Iceland)
islandés {adj} :: Icelandic (pertaining to Iceland)
islandés {m} :: Icelander
islandés {m} :: the Icelandic language
Isla Norte {prop} {f} :: North Island, New Zealand
Isla Príncipe Eduardo {prop} {f} :: Prince Edward Island (province in eastern Canada)
Islas Aleutianas {prop} {fp} :: Aleutian Islands (archipelago)
islas Anglonormandas {prop} {fp} :: Channel Islands
Islas Baleares {prop} {fp} :: Islas Baleares (autonomous community/and/province/and/island)
Islas Británicas {prop} {fp} :: British Isles (a group of islands off the northwest coast of mainland Europe)
Islas Caimán {prop} {fp} :: Cayman Islands
Islas Canarias {prop} {fp} :: Islas Canarias (autonomous community/and/island)
Islas Cook {prop} {fp} :: Cook Islands
islas del Canal {prop} {fp} :: Channel Islands
Islas Feroe {prop} {fp} :: Faroe Islands (group of islands between Scotland and Iceland)
Islas Heard y McDonald {prop} {f} :: Heard Island and McDonald Islands (uninhabited islands of Australia)
Islas Jónicas {prop} {fp} :: Ionian Islands (a group of islands in the Ionian Sea)
Islas Kuriles {prop} {p} :: Kuril Islands (group of islands)
islas Malvinas {prop} {f} :: Falkland Islands
Islas Marianas del Norte {prop} :: Northern Marianas
Islas Marianas del Norte {prop} {fp} :: Northern Mariana Islands (archipelago)
Islas Marshall {prop} {fp} :: Marshall Islands
Islas Salomón {prop} {fp} :: Solomon Islands
Isla Sur {prop} {f} :: South Island, New Zealand
Islas Virgenes de los Estados Unidos {prop} {fp} :: United States Virgin Islands (a US overseas territory in the Caribbean)
Islas Vírgenes {prop} {fp} :: Virgin Islands (archipelago)
Islas Vírgenes Británicas {prop} {fp} :: British Virgin Islands
isleña {f} :: feminine noun of isleño
isleño {adj} :: insular (of, relating to, or from an island)
isleño {m} :: islander
isleño {m} [Louisiana] :: a person of Canarian Islander descent
isleta {f} :: refuge island; pedestrian island
isletera {f} :: feminine noun of isletero
isletero {adj} :: Of or from La Isleta
isletero {m} :: Someone from La Isleta
islita {f} :: diminutive of isla
islámico {adj} :: Islamic
islándico {adj} :: Icelandic (from or native to Iceland)
islándico {adj} :: Icelandic (pertaining to Iceland)
islote {m} :: islet
Ismael {prop} {m} :: Ishmael [biblical character]
Ismael {prop} {m} :: given name
ismaelita {mf} :: Ishmaelite
isómero {m} [chemistry] :: isomer
-ismo {suffix} :: -ism
ismo {m} :: ism
iso- {prefix} :: iso-
isoaloxazina {f} [organic compound] :: isoalloxazine
isobara {f} :: isobar
isobutano {m} [organic compound] :: methylpropane
isocianato {m} [organic compound] :: isocyanate
isocitrato {m} :: isocitrate
isocromosoma {m} [genetics] :: isochromosome
isocítrico {adj} :: isocitric
isodecágono {m} [geometry] :: icosagon
isoeléctrico {adj} :: isoelectric
isoenzima {f} [enzyme] :: isoenzyme
isoespín {m} :: isospin
isoestructural {adj} :: isostructural
isoflavona {m} :: isoflavone
isoflavonoide {m} [organic chemistry] :: isoflavonoid
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
isomerización {f} :: isomerization
isometría {f} :: isometry
isomorfismo {m} :: isomorphism
isomorfo {adj} :: isomorphic, isomorphous
isomórfico {adj} :: isomorphic
isométrico {adj} :: isometric
isopreno {m} [organic compound] :: isoprene
isopropil {m} [organic compound] :: isopropyl
isopropilbenceno {m} [organic compound] :: isopropylbenzene
isopropílico {adj} :: isopropyl
isopropóxido {m} :: isopropoxide
isoseño {adj} :: Izoceño; Chané
isoseño {m} :: Izoceño; Chané
isospín {m} :: isospin
isostático {adj} :: isostatic
isoterma {f} :: isotherm
isotipo {m} :: isotype
isotónico {adj} :: isotonic
isotópico {adj} :: isotopic
isotrasplante {m} [surgery] :: isotransplant
isotretinoína {f} :: isotretinoin
isotérmico {adj} :: isothermic
isotrópico {adj} :: isotropic
isozima {f} [enzyme] :: isoenzyme
isópodo {m} :: isopod
isóptero {m} :: isopteran
isquemia {f} :: ischemia
isquio {m} :: hamstring
isquio- {prefix} [anatomy] :: ischio-
isquiocavernoso {adj} [anatomy] :: ischiocavernosal
isquiopubiano {adj} [anatomy] :: ischiopubic
isquiotibial {m} :: hamstring
isquémico {adj} :: ischemic
israelí {adj} :: Israeli (person)
israelí {adj} :: Israeli (of or describing the country of Israel)
israelí {mf} :: Israeli (person from Israel or of Israeli descent)
Israel {prop} {m} :: Israel
Israel {prop} {m} :: Jacob
Israel {prop} {m} :: given name
israelita {adj} :: Israelite
israelita {m} :: Israelite
Issachâr {prop} {m} :: Issachar (Biblical character and tribe)
isósceles {adj} [geometry] :: isosceles
-ista {suffix} :: -ista; one who follows a principle. Example: optimista (optimist)
-ista {suffix} :: Indicates one that practices a profession of the noun stem; Example: periódico (newspaper) periodista (journalist)
-ista {suffix} :: One who holds certain values: mujerista (feminist)
-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
istmeña {f} :: feminine noun of istmeño
istmeño {adj} :: Of or from an isthmus
istmeño {adj} :: Panamanian
istmeño {m} :: Someone from an isthmus
istmeño {m} :: Panamanian
istmo {m} [geography] :: isthmus (narrow strip of land)
istmo {m} [anatomy] :: isthmus (a narrow part connecting two structures)
isótono {m} :: isotone
isótopo {m} :: isotope
Istria {prop} {f} :: Istria (peninsula in the Adriatic)
it. {n} :: abbreviation of italiano
-ita {suffix} :: Substituted for "a" at the end of feminine words and names to denote a diminutive form
-ita {suffix} :: -ite (suffix for a rock, mineral, or fossil)
itacate {m} [Mexico] :: food provisions, rations
itacate {m} [Mexico, by extension] :: suitcase
Itahisa {prop} {f} :: given name from the Canary Islands
Italia {prop} {f} :: Italy
italiana {f} :: feminine noun of italiano
italianismo {m} :: Italianism
italianización {f} :: Italianization
italianizante {adj} :: Italianate
italianizar {v} :: to Italianize
italiano {adj} :: Italian (from or native to Italy)
italiano {adj} :: Italian (pertaining to Italy)
italiano {m} :: an Italian
italiano {m} [Chile] :: hot dog
italiano {m} :: the Italian language
italoamericano {adj} :: Italo-American
italoamericano {m} :: Italo-American
italoargentino {m} :: alternative form of ítaloargentino
italoargentino {adj} :: alternative form of ítaloargentino
itapuense {adj} :: Of or from the department of Itapúa Department, Paraguay
itapuense {mf} :: An inhabitant of the department of Itapúa Department, Paraguay
iteración {f} :: iteration
iterador {adj} :: iterating
iterador {m} :: iterator
iteradora {f} :: feminine noun of iterador
iterar {vt} [formal] :: to repeat
iterativo {adj} :: repeating, repetitive
iterativo {adj} :: iterative
iterbio {m} :: ytterbium
itinerancia {f} [telephony] :: roaming
itinerante {adj} :: itinerant, travelling
itinerario {m} :: itinerary
itinerario {m} :: schedule
-itis {suffix} [pathology] :: -itis (suffix denoting diseases characterized by inflammation, itself often caused by an infection)
-itis {suffix} [humorous] :: -itis (used to form the names of various fictitious afflictions or diseases)
itálica {f} :: italic (typeface whose letters slant to the right)
itálico {adj} :: Italic
-ito {suffix} :: Substituted for “o” at the end of masculine words and names to denote a diminutive form
-ito {suffix} :: Forms names of minerals
-ito {suffix} [chemistry] :: Forms the name of an salt derived from an acid (similar to -ate in English)
itonama {m} :: Itonama (language of Bolivia)
itraconazol {m} :: itraconazole
itrio {m} :: yttrium
-itud {suffix} :: -itude, state of, used to form a noun from an adjective
Iturralde {prop} :: surname of Basque origin
ITV {m} :: acronym of es
itzá {adj} :: Itza
itzá {mf} :: Itza
itzá {m} :: Itza (language)
Itzcóatl {prop} {m} :: Itzcoatl (the name of the 4th ruler of Tenochtitlan)
IU {prop} {f} :: initialism of Izquierda Unida
iñupiaq {m} :: Inupiaq
iuspositivismo {m} :: legal positivism
IVA {m} [taxation, Spain] :: acronym of impuesto de valor añadido
IVA {m} [taxation, Mexico] :: acronym of impuesto sobre el valor agregado
ivermectina {f} :: ivermectin
Iván {prop} {m} :: given name, equivalent to English Ivan
Ivánovo {prop} {m} :: Ivanovo (city in Russia)
-ivo {suffix} :: -ive
ixil {adj} :: Ixil
ixil {mf} :: Ixil
Ixión {prop} {m} [Greek mythology] :: Ixion (king of Lapiths)
Ixión {prop} {m} :: Ixion (a Kuiper Belt object)
-iza {suffix} :: feminine singular of -izo
Izabal {prop} :: Izabal (department)
-ización {suffix} :: -ization
izalqueña {f} :: feminine noun of izalqueño
izalqueño {adj} :: Of or from the municipality of Izalco in El Salvador
izalqueño {m} :: An inhabitant of the municipality of Izalco in El Salvador
izamiento {m} :: raising (of a flag, sail)
izar {vt} [nautical] :: to hoist
-izar {suffix} :: -ise/-ize
-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
izq {f} :: abbreviation of izquierda
izq {adj} :: abbreviation of izquierdo
izq. {adj} :: abbreviation of izquierdo, izquierda
izquierda {f} :: left (side, direction)
izquierda {f} [political] :: left
izquierdazo {m} :: punch with the left
izquierdismo {m} :: leftism
izquierdista {mf} :: leftist
izquierdo {adj} :: left; on the left side or toward the left; the opposite of right
izquierdo {adj} :: left-handed
izquierdo {adj} :: crooked
Izquierdo {prop} {mf} :: surname
izquierdoso {adj} [pejorative, politics] :: left-wing
izquierdoso {m} [pejorative, politics] :: left-winger, leftie
Iztaccíhuatl {prop} {m} :: Iztaccíhuatl
íleon {m} [anatomy] :: ileum
íleon {m} [anatomy] :: ilium
ímpeto {m} :: alternative form of ímpetu
ímpetu {m} :: impetus
ímpetu {m} :: force
ímpetu {m} :: energy; vigor
ímprobo {adj} :: dishonest, corrupt
ímprobo {adj} :: strenuous
ímprobo {adj} :: enormous (especially used to describe effort or workload)
-ín {suffix} [Northern Spain, especially, Asturias] :: A suffix to form the diminutives of nouns, often one already with a diminutive suffix
ínclito {adj} :: illustrious, famous
íncola {mf} [formal] :: inhabitant, resident, dweller
íncubo {m} :: incubus
índice {m} :: index
Índico {prop} {m} [ocean] :: Short form of Océano Índico, the Indian Ocean
índico {adj} :: Indian, East Indian
índico {adj} :: related to the Indian Ocean
índigo {m} [color] :: indigo
índigo {m} [plant] :: indigo plant
índole {f} :: type
índole {f} :: nature, character
índor {adj} :: indoor, indoors
índor {m} :: indoor football, five-a-side
ínfimo {adj} :: very low, very small
ínfimo {adj} :: dirt cheap
ínfula {f} :: ribbon on a mitre (hat)
ínfula {f} :: vanity
ínsula {f} [poetic, obsolete] :: alternative form of isla
íntegramente {adv} :: entirely
íntegramente {adv} :: with integrity
íntegro {adj} :: complete
íntegro {adj} :: having integrity
íntegro {m} [neologism, nonstandard] :: Integer (number)
ínter {m} :: curate
ínterin {m} :: interim
íntimamente {adv} :: intimately
íntimo {adj} :: intimate
íntimo {adj} :: private
íntimo {adj} :: familiar, cosy
íntimo {adj} :: close
Ío {prop} [astronomy] :: Io (large moon of Jupiter)
Ío {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Io (priestess of Hera)
-ío {suffix} :: A suffix forming abstract nouns and adjectives
ípsilon {f} :: upsilon; the Greek letter Υ, υ
írrito {adj} :: invalid
-ísima {suffix} :: Feminine form of -ísimo
-ísimas {suffix} :: Feminine plural form of -ísimo
-ísimo {suffix} :: Added to adjectives to form the absolute superlative
-ísimo {suffix} :: Added to adverbs to form the superlative
-ísimos {suffix} :: Masculine plural form of -ísimo
-ístico {suffix} :: -istic
Ítaca {prop} {f} :: Ithaca
ítala {f} :: feminine noun of ítalo
ítalo- {prefix} :: Italo-; italo-
ítalo {adj} [poetic] :: Italian
ítalo {m} [poetic] :: Italian
ítaloargentino {adj} :: Italo-Argentine
ítaloargentino {m} :: Italo-Argentine
ítalo-español {adj} :: Italo-Spanish
ítalo-francés {adj} :: Italo-French
ítem {m} :: item (distinct physical object)