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s {letter}  :: letter
{particle}  :: yes, affirmation. Commonly used to respond affirmatively to a question
{m}  :: yes; aye, ay; approbation, acceptance
{pron}  :: himself, herself, itself, themselves, yourself, yourselves (form of se used after prepositions)
-s {suffix}  :: Used to form the regular plural of nouns which end in vowels
{interj} [colloquial, Chile, Mexico]  :: yes
S {letter}  :: letter: es
S {abbr}  :: abbreviation of sur; south
S. {n}  :: San, santo
S. {n}  :: Santa
S.A. {abbr}  :: Sociedad Anónima (Incorporated (Inc.)) (Limited liability company (Ltd.))
saña {f}  :: furore, rage, brutality
Sabadell {prop}  :: Sabadell
sabadellense {adj}  :: of or pertaining to Sabadell
sabadellense {mf}  :: someone from Sabadell
sabañón {m} [pathology]  :: chilblain
sabana {f}  :: savanna
sabandija {f}  :: pest; bug; small reptile
sabatino {adj} [attributive]  :: Saturday
sabádico {adj}  :: sabbatical
sabeca {f}  :: alternative spelling of zabeca
sabedor {adj}  :: aware, informed, in the know
sabelotodo {mf} [familiar]  :: know-it-all
saber {v}  :: to know (a fact)
saber {v}  :: to know how to do something
saber {v}  :: to taste
saber {m}  :: knowledge
sabia {f}  :: feminine noun of sabio
sabiamente {adv}  :: wisely
sabido {adj}  :: well-known
sabiduría {f}  :: wisdom
sabiduría {f}  :: learning; knowledge
sabiendas {adv}  :: knowingly
sabihondo {adj} [pejorative]  :: know-it-all
sabihondo {adj} [pejorative]  :: prolix
sabina {f}  :: savin (Juniperus sect. Sabina)
sabina {f}  :: sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata Masters)
sabio {adj}  :: learned
sabio {adj}  :: prudent; wise
sabio {m}  :: learned person
sabio {m}  :: wise person
sabiondo {adj} [pejorative]  :: know-it-all
sablazo {m}  :: slash or thrust with a sword
sablazo {m}  :: sword wound
sable {adj} [heraldry]  :: sable
sable {m}  :: saber, cutlass
sable {m} [fencing]  :: saber
sablear {v}  :: to scrounge
sable de luz {m} [science fiction]  :: lightsaber
sabor {m}  :: flavor; taste
saborear {vt}  :: to taste; to savour, savor
saborear {vt}  :: to relish
saborizante {m}  :: flavouring, flavoring
sabotaje {m}  :: sabotage
saboteador {m}  :: saboteur
saboteadora {f}  :: feminine noun of saboteador
sabotear {v}  :: to sabotage
sabroso {adj}  :: delicious; tasty
sabroso {adj}  :: agreeable; pleasant
sabrosura {f}  :: tastiness
sabático {adj}  :: sabbatical
sabático {m}  :: sabbatical
sabueso {m}  :: bloodhound
sabueso {m} [colloquial]  :: detective, sleuth
sabueso húngaro {m}  :: Hungarian hound
Sabueso Lituano {prop}  :: Lithuanian Hound
saca {f}  :: large sack, bag
saca {f}  :: removal, extraction
saca {f}  :: exportation
saca {f}  :: certified or notarized copy of a document
sacabocados {m}  :: punch (device used to create holes in materials)
sacabotas {m}  :: bootjack
sacaclavos {m}  :: pincer (for removing nails)
sacacorazones {m}  :: corer
sacacorchos {m}  :: corkscrew
sacacuartos {m} [colloquial]  :: waste of money
sacacuartos {m} [colloquial]  :: swindler, rip-off merchant
sacadineros {m} [colloquial]  :: waste of money
sacadineros {m} [colloquial]  :: swindler, rip-off merchant
sacadólares {m} [colloquial]  :: swindler, rip-off merchant
sacador {m} [tennis]  :: server
sacadora {f}  :: feminine noun of sacador
sacafaltas {m}  :: faultfinder
sacaleche {m}  :: alternative form of sacaleches
sacaleches {m}  :: breast pump
sacamanchas {m}  :: stain remover
sacamantecas {m}  :: bogeyman
sacamuelas {m}  :: tooth-puller
sacapuntas {m}  :: pencil sharpener, sharpener
sacar {vt}  :: to put out
sacar {vt}  :: to withdraw
sacar {vt}  :: to expel, to eject
sacar {vt}  :: to send out or move out something or somebody from some place
sacar {vt}  :: to rescue somebody from a trouble
sacar {vt}  :: to remove, to take out
sacar {vr}  :: to obtain:
sacar {v}  :: se sacó el gordo, (he, she, it or usted) obtained the first prize (contest, lotto)
sacar {v}  :: me saqué un puñetazo, I obtained a punch with the fist
sacar {vt}  :: to stick out
sacar {vt}  :: to get
sacar {vt}  :: to take (as in a photograph)
sacar {vt}  :: to make (as in a copy)
sacar {v} [sports]  :: to serve
sacar {v} [soccer, football]  :: to kick off
sacarasa {f} [enzyme]  :: sucrase
sacar de quicio {v} [idiomatic]  :: To annoy; to drive crazy; to cause somebody to come unhinged
sacar el ascua con la mano del gato {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get someone else to do one's dirty work
sacar el ascua con mano ajena {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get someone else to do one's dirty work
sacar el quite {v} [Latin America]  :: to avoid
sacar el quite {v} [Latin America]  :: to ignore
sacar la piedra {v} [Colombia, Venezuela, idiomatic]  :: to tick off; get someone's goat
sacar las castañas del fuego {v} [idiom]  :: pull someone's chestnuts out of the fire (to solve someone's problems, to rescue someone, to do someone's difficult work)
sacar la vuelta {v} [Andes, idiom]  :: to cuckold
sacar los trapitos al sol {v} [idiomatic]  :: to wash one's dirty linen in public
sacarímetro {m}  :: saccharometer (device used to measure the sugar content of a liquid)
sacarosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: sucrose
sacar partido {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make the most of
sacar provecho {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make the most of
sacarse {v}  :: reflexive of sacar
sacarse de encima {v} [idiomatic]  :: to shake loose, get rid of
sacar tajada {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get a piece of the action, to get one's share
Sacatepéquez {prop}  :: Sacatepéquez (department)
sacerdocio {m}  :: priesthood
sacerdota {mf}  :: priest
sacerdotal {adj}  :: sacerdotal
sacerdote {m}  :: priest
sacerdotisa {f}  :: priestess
sachar {vt}  :: to weed (with a hoe)
saciar {v}  :: to satiate
saciarse {v}  :: reflexive of saciar
saciedad {f}  :: satiety (state of being satiated)
sacio {adj}  :: sated, satiated, full
saco {m}  :: bag
saco {m}  :: sack
saco {m} [Latin American Spanish]  :: jacket
saúco {m}  :: elder (tree)
sacralidad {f}  :: sacredness
sacralizar {v}  :: to sacralize, to make sacred
sacramental {m}  :: sacramental
sacramentar {v}  :: to administer the sacraments
sacramento {m} [Christianity]  :: sacrament
Sacramento {prop} {m}  :: Sacramento, capital city of California
sacárico {adj}  :: saccharic
sacárido {m} [organic chemistry]  :: saccharide
sacrificador {m}  :: sacrificer
sacrificadora {f}  :: feminine noun of sacrificador
sacrificar {v}  :: to sacrifice
sacrificar {v}  :: to put down or euthanize an animal
sacrificarse {v}  :: reflexive of sacrificar
sacrificatorio {adj}  :: sacrificatory (of or relating to sacrifice)
sacrificatorio {m}  :: a specific place set aside for animal sacrifice
sacrificial {adj}  :: sacrificial
sacrificio {m}  :: sacrifice
sacrificio {m}  :: slaughter
sacrilegio {m}  :: sacrilege
sacristía {f}  :: sacristy (room in a church)
sacristán {m}  :: sexton
sacristán {m}  :: sacristan
sacrílegamente {adv}  :: sacrilegiously
sacrílego {adj}  :: sacrilegious
sacro {adj}  :: sacred
sacro {adj}  :: sacral
sacro {m} [anatomy]  :: sacrum
sacrococcígeo {adj}  :: sacrococcygeal
Sacro Imperio Romano {prop} {m}  :: Holy Roman Empire
sacrosanto {adj}  :: sacrosanct
sacudido {adj}  :: determined, resolute
sacudir {v}  :: to shake off, dust
sacudir {v}  :: to shake
sacudir {v}  :: to shake (the head, to give a negative response)
sacudir {v}  :: to nod (the head, to give a positive response)
sacudón {m}  :: massive shake
S.A. de C.V. {initialism}  :: Abbreviation of Sociedad Anónima de Capital Variable
sadismo {m} [chiefly psychiatry]  :: sadism (enjoyment of inflicting pain)
sadista {mf}  :: sadist
sado {m}  :: sadomasochism
sadomasoquismo {m}  :: sadomasochism (sexual gratification from causing and receiving pain)
sadomasoquista {adj}  :: sadomasochist
saeta {f}  :: arrow
saeta {f}  :: dart
saeta {f}  :: hand (of a clock or watch)
saetear {v}  :: alt form of asaetear
saetera {f}  :: arrow hole, embrasure
safari {m}  :: safari
safena {f} [anatomy]  :: saphenous vein
Safo {prop} {f}  :: Sappho
safranina {f} [organic compound]  :: safranin
safrol {m} [organic compound]  :: safrole
sagú {m}  :: arrowroot
SAG {acronym}  :: Secretaria de Agricultura y Ganadería (Secretary of Agriculture and Livestock Raising)
saga {f}  :: saga
sagacidad {f}  :: sagacity; astuteness
sagaz {adj}  :: sagacious, prudent, visionary
sagaz {adj}  :: acute; astute
sagaz {adj} [canine]  :: proficient at dragging (prey)
sagaz {adj} [zoology]  :: markedly clairvoyant
sagazmente {adv}  :: sagaciously
Sagita {prop} [constellation]  :: Sagitta (constellation)
sagital {adj}  :: sagittal
Sagitario {prop} {m} [astrology]  :: Sagittarius (astrological sign)
sagrado {adj}  :: holy, sacred
sagrario {m}  :: tabernacle
saguaro {m} [cactus]  :: saguaro (a large species of cactus of the Sonoran Desert)
Sagunto {prop} {m}  :: Sagunto (city)
sah {m}  :: shah (king of Persia)
Sahara {prop} {m}  :: Sahara (desert)
Sahara Occidental {prop} {m}  :: Western Sahara (a territory in northern Africa)
saharaui {adj}  :: Saharan
saharaui {mf}  :: Sahrawi (a person from Western Sahara)
saharaui {mf}  :: Saharan
sahariana {f}  :: feminine of sahariano
sahariano {adj}  :: Saharan
sahariano {m}  :: Saharan
saheliano {adj}  :: Sahelian
sahumerio {m}  :: incense
sahumo {m}  :: alternative spelling of sahumerio
SAI {acronym}  :: sistema de alimentación ininterrumpido; UPS (uninterruptible power supply/uninterruptible power source)
saiga {m}  :: saiga
Saigón {prop}  :: Saigon
sainete {m}  :: short play, skit
Sajalín {prop} {m}  :: Sakhalin (island in Russia)
sajar {v}  :: to slice open
sajón {adj}  :: Saxon
sajón {m}  :: Saxon
Sajonia {prop} {f}  :: Sajonia (state)
sake {m}  :: sake, Japanese rice wine
Sakmariano {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Sakmarian (subdivision of the Permian period)
Sakmariense {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Sakmarian (subdivision of the Permian period)
sal {f}  :: salt; table salt
sal {f} [chemistry]  :: salt
salú {interj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: Bye!, Good-bye!
Saúl {prop} [biblical character]  :: Saul, the king of Israel
Saúl {prop}  :: given name of biblical origin
sala {f}  :: room
sala {f}  :: large hall
Sala {prop}  :: surname
salabre {m}  :: (small) net
salacidad {f}  :: salaciousness, salacity
sala de emergencias {f}  :: emergency room
sala de espera {f}  :: waiting room
sala de espera {f}  :: lounge
sala de estar {f}  :: living room (room in a house used for social and leisure activities)
sala de maternidad {f}  :: maternity ward
sala de máquinas {f}  :: engine room
saladero {m}  :: A room or building (often a the slaughterhouse itself) where meat is cured by drying and salting
saladito {adj}  :: diminutive of salado
salado {adj}  :: salty
salado {adj}  :: salted
salado {adj}  :: brackish
salado {adj} [Chile, colloquial]  :: expensive
salafismo {m}  :: Salafism
salafista {mf}  :: Salafist
Salamanca {prop} {f}  :: Salamanca (province)
Salamanca {prop} {f}  :: Salamanca (city)
salamandra {f}  :: salamander (a type of amphibian)
salamandra {f} [mythology]  :: salamander
salamanquesa {f}  :: gecko
salamanquino {adj}  :: of Salamanca
salamanquino {m}  :: a native of Salamanca
salamantino {adj}  :: From Salamanca
salamantino {m}  :: Someone from Salamanca
salami {m}  :: salami
salar {m}  :: a salt pan
salar {v}  :: to salt
salarial {adj} [attributive]  :: wages, salary
salario {m}  :: salary, wages
salaz {adj}  :: salacious
Salazar {prop}  :: surname
salazón {m}  :: salting (of food)
salazón {m}  :: salted food
salbutamol {m} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: salbutamol
salchicha {f}  :: sausage
salchicha {f}  :: hotdog
salchichero {m}  :: sausage seller or maker
salchichero {adj}  :: sausage (attributive)
salchichón {m}  :: thick sausage for slicing
salchipapa {f}  :: In Peru, a street food consisting of fries and fried slices of hot dog sausage
sal común {m}  :: common salt; table salt
saldar {v}  :: to settle
saldar {vr} [with "con"]  :: To claim (e.g. a life)
sal de mesa {m}  :: table salt
saldo {m}  :: balance
sale {interj} [Mexico]  :: ok
Salejard {prop} {m}  :: Salekhard (city in Russia)
Salerno {prop}  :: Salerno (province)
Salerno {prop}  :: Salerno (town)
salero {m}  :: salt shaker
salesiana {f}  :: feminine of salesiano
salesiano {adj}  :: Salesian
salesiano {m}  :: Salesian
sale y vale {interj} [idiom]  :: OK!, roger that!, deal!
salga el sol por Antequera {adv} [idiom]  :: come what may
salga el sol por donde quiera {adv} [idiom]  :: come what may
salga sapo o salga rana {adv} [idiom]  :: come what may
salicilato {m} [chemistry]  :: salicylate
salicílico {adj}  :: salicylic
salicornia {f}  :: Any plant of the genus Salicornia
salida {f}  :: exit
salida {f}  :: departure
salida de auxilio {f}  :: emergency exit
salidero {m}  :: exit
saliente {adj}  :: Projecting; protruding
saliente {adj}  :: prominent, main
saliente {adj}  :: leaving, departing, outgoing
saliente {m}  :: projection
saliente {m}  :: ledge
saliente {m}  :: hard shoulder
salina {f}  :: salt pan, salt marsh, salt works
salina {f}  :: salt mine
Salinas {prop}  :: surname
salinera {f}  :: salt pan
salinero {adj} [attributive]  :: salt pan, salt marsh
salinero {adj}  :: salt-producing
salinero {m}  :: salter, salt maker
salinidad {f}  :: salinity
salinización {f}  :: salinization
salinizar {v}  :: to salinise
salino {adj}  :: saline
salir {v}  :: to go out
salir {v}  :: to leave
salir {v}  :: to log out
salir {v}  :: to rise (the Sun)
salir {v}  :: to appear, to look (on a painting, photo, movie, play, TV, platform, etc)
salir {v}  :: to result, to arise as a consequence
salir {v}  :: to go out (be in a relationship)
salir {v}  :: to turn out
salir {vr} [colloquial, Spain]  :: to rock, rule (be fantastic)
salir como alma que lleva el diablo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to leave like a bat out of hell
salir de cuentas {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be due (of a woman, to be expected to give birth)
salir del armario {v} [idiom]  :: to come out of the closet
salir del cascarón {v} [idiomatic]  :: come out of one's shell
salir el tiro por la culata {v} [idiomatic]  :: to backfire
salir por peteneras {v} [idiomatic]  :: to come up with something odd; to say something inappropriate
salirse con la suya {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get one's way
saliste de Guatemala y te metiste en Guatapeor {proverb}  :: You went from bad to worse; out of the frying pan into the fire
salita {f}  :: diminutive of sala
salitre {m}  :: saltpetre, nitre
salitrería {f}  :: nitrary
salitrosidad {f}  :: brininess
salitroso {adj}  :: briny
saliva {f}  :: saliva, spittle
salivación {f}  :: salivation
salival {adj}  :: salivary
salivar {v}  :: to salivate
sallekhana {f}  :: sallekhana
salmantina {f}  :: feminine noun of salmantino
salmantino {adj}  :: of Salamanca
salmantino {m}  :: a native of Salamanca
salmista {mf}  :: psalmist
salmón {m}  :: salmon
salmón {m}  :: salmon (color)
salmón del Danubio {m}  :: Danube salmon, huchen
salmón zancado {m}  :: kelt
salmo {m}  :: psalm
salmodia {f} [music]  :: psalmody
salmodiar {v}  :: to sing or chant psalms
salmodiar {v}  :: to drone on and one
salmonela {f}  :: salmonella
salmonella {f}  :: salmonella
salmonelosis {f}  :: salmonellosis
salmonete {m}  :: mullet (fish)
salmorejo {m}  :: A Cordoban soup consisting of tomato and bread
Salmos {prop} {m} [bible]  :: Psalms (the book of the Bible)
salmuera {f}  :: salt water, brine
salmueroducto {m}  :: A brine conveyor
salón {m}  :: living room, sitting room, lounge
salón {m}  :: salon (room)
salón {m}  :: salon (gathering)
salón de baile {m}  :: ballroom (place)
salón de gloria {f}  :: hall of fame
Salón de Reino {prop} {m}  :: Kingdom Hall
salón de té {m}  :: tea room
Salónica {prop} {f}  :: Thessaloniki (city in Greece)
salobre {adj}  :: salty
salobre {adj} [of water]  :: brackish
Salomón {prop} [biblical character]  :: Solomon
Salomón {prop}  :: given name
salomónicamente {adv}  :: wisely
salomónico {adj}  :: Solomonic
salomónico {adj} [legal]  :: wise
salomonense {adj}  :: Of, from, or pertaining to the Solomon Islands
salomonense {mf}  :: Solomon Islander
salonero {m}  :: waiter
saloon {m}  :: saloon (bar)
salpicadero {m}  :: dashboard
salpicadero {m}  :: backsplash
salpicadura {f}  :: fleck
salpicadura {f}  :: sprinkling, splashing
salpicar {v}  :: to splatter, splash
salpicar {v}  :: to sprinkle, scatter
salpicón {m}  :: chopped, seasoned meat or seafood
salpicón {m}  :: salad, fruit salad
salpimentar {v}  :: to season with salt and pepper
salpimentar {v}  :: to spice up, sex up
salpresar {vt}  :: to salt, to season or preserve with salt
salpullido {m}  :: rash
salsa {f}  :: sauce (liquid condiment)
salsa {f}  :: salsa (spicy tomato sauce)
salsa {f}  :: salsa (style of music)
salsa {f}  :: salsa (dance performed to salsa music)
salsa barbacoa {f}  :: barbecue sauce, BBQ sauce
salsateca {f}  :: A salsatheque; a discotheque that only plays salsa music
salsera {f}  :: A small bowl for serving salsa or other sauces
salsero {m}  :: salsa musician
salsita {f}  :: diminutive of salsa
salso {adj} [rare]  :: salty
saltabanco {m}  :: A quack, charlatan
saltador {m}  :: jumper, diver
saltadora {f}  :: jumper
saltamontes {m}  :: grasshopper
saltar {v}  :: to jump
saltar {v}  :: to skip (a meal)
saltarín {adj}  :: jumping
saltarrocas {m}  :: klipspringer
saltarse {v}  :: reflexive of saltar
salteador {m}  :: marauder
salteador {m}  :: highwayman
saltear {v}  :: to pan fry
saltear {v}  :: to skip (disregard, miss or omit part of a continuation (some item or stage))
salteño {adj}  :: of or from Salta
salteño {m}  :: Someone from Salta
salterio {m} [musical instruments]  :: psaltery
salterio {m} [music]  :: psalter
saltillense {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican city of Saltillo
saltillo {m}  :: saltillo
saltimbanco {m}  :: alternative form of saltimbanqui
saltimbanqui {m}  :: A quack, charlatan
saltimbanqui {m}  :: acrobat, equilibrist
saltito {m}  :: diminutive of salto; small jump
salto {m}  :: jump, leap
salto {m}  :: skip
salto BASE {m}  :: BASE jumping
salto con pértiga {m} [athletics]  :: pole vault
salto de agua {m}  :: waterfall
salto de altura {m} [athletics]  :: high jump
salto de longitud {m} [athletics]  :: long jump
salto de potro {m} [gymnastics]  :: vault
salto ecuestre {m}  :: show jumping
salto elástico {f}  :: bungee jumping
Salto Ángel {prop} {m}  :: Angel Falls (waterfall in Venezuela)
saltos {m}  :: jumping jacks
saltos {m}  :: diving
saltos en esquí {mp}  :: ski jumping
salto triple {m} [athletics]  :: triple jump
salubre {adj}  :: healthy, healthful, salubrious
salubridad {f}  :: healthiness, health
salubrista {adj} [attributive]  :: public health
salubrista {mf}  :: public health expert
salud {f}  :: health
salud {interj}  :: bless you (said to somebody who has sneezed)
salud {interj}  :: cheers (the usual toast when drinking alcohol)
salud {interj} [dated]  :: greetings!
saludabilísimo {adj}  :: superlative of saludable
saludable {adj}  :: healthful
saludablemente {adv}  :: healthily
saludar {v}  :: to greet
saludar {v}  :: to wave
saludazo {m}  :: superlative of saludo; cheeser, rally, great, affectionate, or jovial greeting
salud mental {f}  :: mental health
saludo {m}  :: greeting
saludo {m}  :: salutation
salvabarros {m}  :: mudguard
salvable {adj}  :: savable
salvación {f}  :: salvation
salvado {m}  :: bran
salvador {m}  :: saviour, savior
Salvador {prop} {m}  :: given name, given in honor of Christ as the Savior (Salvador)
salvadora {f}  :: feminine noun of salvador
salvadoreño {adj}  :: Salvadoran
salvadoreño {m}  :: Salvadoran
salvaguarda {f}  :: alt form salvaguardia
salvaguardar {v}  :: to safeguard
salvaguardia {f}  :: safeguard, safeguarding
salvajada {f}  :: savagery (brutal or stupid action)
salvaje {adj}  :: wild
salvaje {adj}  :: savage
salvaje {adj}  :: stupid
salvaje {mf}  :: savage
salvajemente {adv}  :: wildly
salvajismo {m}  :: savagery
salvamanteles {m}  :: coaster; mat
salvamento {m}  :: rescuing, saving
salvamento {m}  :: salvage
salvapantallas {m} [computing]  :: screensaver
salvaplatos {m}  :: placemat
salvar {v}  :: to save
salvar {v}  :: to rescue
salvar {v} [formal]  :: to cover (a distance)
salvataje {m}  :: rescue, salvage
salvavidas {adj}  :: emergency, life saving
salvavidas {m}  :: life preserver, life belt
salvavidas {m}  :: lifeboat
salvavidas {m}  :: lifeguard
salvedad {m} [formal]  :: exception
salvia {f}  :: sage
salvo {adj}  :: safe
salvo {adv}  :: except, apart from; cf. prepositional use of English cognate save
salvoconducto {m}  :: safe-conduct
Salzburgo {prop} {m}  :: Salzburg (Austrian city)
salzmimbre {m} [Aragon]  :: a willow that yields wicker suitable for basketry
samanense {adj}  :: Of or from the province of Samaná Province in the Dominican Republic
samanense {mf}  :: An inhabitant of the province of Samaná Province in the Dominican Republic
samario {m}  :: samarium
samaritano {m}  :: Samaritan
samaritano {adj}  :: Samaritan
samba {f-m}  :: samba
sambódromo {m} [neologism]  :: sambadrome (exhibition place for samba schools in Brazil)
sambódromo {m} [neologism, figuratively]  :: A great variety of different things
sambenito {m}  :: stigma (mark of disgrace or embarrassment)
samborondeña {f}  :: feminine noun of samborondeño
samborondeño {adj}  :: Of or from the city or canton of Samborondón Canton, Ecuador
samborondeño {m}  :: An inhabitant of the city or canton of Samborondón Canton, Ecuador
samica {f} [vesre]  :: shirt
samán {m}  :: rain tree, saman (Albizia saman)
Samoa {prop} {f}  :: Samoa
Samoa Americana {prop} {f}  :: American Samoa (US overseas territory in Oceania)
samoana {f}  :: feminine noun of samoano
samoano {adj}  :: Samoan
samoano {m}  :: Samoan (person)
samoano {m}  :: Samoan (language)
Samogitia {prop} {f}  :: Samogitia (region of Lithuania)
samosa {f}  :: samosa
samoyedo {m}  :: samoyed
sampedrano {adj}  :: Of or from San Pedro Sula, Honduras
sampedrano {adj}  :: Of or from San Pedro Manrique, Spain
sampedrano {adj}  :: Of or from San Pedro Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
sampedrano {adj}  :: Of or from San Pedro department, Paraguay
sampedrano {adj}  :: Of or from San Pedro de Ycuamandiyú, Paraguay
sampedrano {m}  :: Someone from San Pedro Sula, Honduras
sampedrano {m}  :: Someone from San Pedro Manrique, Spain
sampedrano {m}  :: Someone from San Pedro Sacatepéquez, Guatemala
sampedrano {m}  :: Someone from San Pedro department, Paraguay
sampedrano {m}  :: Someone from San Pedro de Ycuamandiyú, Paraguay
sampi {f}  :: sampi; the Greek letter Ϡ, ϡ
sample {m} [music]  :: sample
samplear {v} [music]  :: to sample
Samu {prop} {m}  :: A diminutive of the male given name Samuel
SAMU {acronym}  :: (Servicio de Atencion Médica Urgente) Spanish emergency medical service
Samuel {prop} {m}  :: Samuel (biblical figure)
Samuel {prop} {m}  :: given name
samurái {m}  :: samurai
san {m} [Dominican Republic]  :: financial, temporal-savings scheme. The participants periodically contribute a quota to a communal pot that is given to one member, based on his/her turn amongst all the others
san {f}  :: san; the Greek letter M, ϻ
San {adj}  :: Saint (title)
Saná {prop} {f}  :: Sanaa (capital of Yemen)
sanación {f}  :: healing
sanador {adj}  :: healing
sanador {m}  :: healer
sanamente {adv}  :: healthily
San Antonio {prop}  :: San Antonio
sanar {v}  :: to cure
sanar {v}  :: to heal
sanatorio {m}  :: sanatorium
San Bartolomé {prop}  :: Saint Barthélemy
sanbenito {m}  :: sanbenito
San Carlos {prop}  :: The name Saint Charles
San Carlos {prop}  :: Places named after Saint Charles
sanch {interj}  :: oi, piggy!; come on, piggy!
sanchista {mf}  :: Someone supporting Pedro Sánchez (Spanish politician)
sancho {m}  :: pig
Sancho {prop} {m}  :: given name
sanción {f}  :: sanction
sancionable {adj}  :: sanctionable
sancionador {adj}  :: sanctioning
sancionador {m}  :: sanctioner
sancionar {v}  :: to sanction
sancionatorio {adj} [legal]  :: penal
sancochar {v}  :: to parboil
sancocho {m}  :: sancocho
San Cristóbal de La Laguna {prop}  :: San Cristóbal de La Laguna (city)
San Cristóbal y Nieves {prop} {m}  :: Saint Kitts and Nevis
sancristobaleño {adj}  :: Kittsian
sancristobaleño {m}  :: Kittsian
sanctasanctórum {m}  :: sanctum sanctorum
sandía {f}  :: watermelon (Citrullus lanatus, a vine-like flowering plant)
sandía {f}  :: watermelon (the fruit of the watermelon plant)
sandalia {f}  :: sandal
sandboard {m}  :: sandboard
sandboarding {m}  :: sandboarding
sandez {f} [Spain]  :: nonsense, rubbish
sandiar {m}  :: watermelon plot, watermelon patch
San Diego {prop} {m}  :: Saint James
San Diego {prop} {m}  :: Any of several places named after him, such as San Diego, California
sandieguino {adj}  :: San Diegan
sandieguino {m}  :: San Diegan
sandinismo {m}  :: Sandinism
sandinista {adj}  :: relating to the Sandinista National Liberation Front
sandinista {mf}  :: Sandinista (member of the Sandinista National Liberation Front)
sandio {adj}  :: foolish
Sandra {prop}  :: given name
sanducero {adj}  :: Of or from the city of Paysandú, Uruguay
sanducero {m}  :: Someone from the city of Paysandú, Uruguay
sanduchería {f} [Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia]  :: alternative form of sandwichería
sandwich {m}  :: sandwich
sandwichería {f}  :: sandwich shop
saneamiento {m}  :: sanitation, drainage, sewer
saneamiento {m}  :: cleaning up
saneamiento {m}  :: Commercial, or financial restructuring, reorganization
sanear {v}  :: to guarantee; to promise satisfaction
sanear {v}  :: to make amends
sanear {v}  :: to sanitize
sanear {v}  :: to drain
sanedrín {m}  :: Sanhedrin
sanferminero {adj}  :: Of or relating to San Fermín
sanfermines {mp}  :: The Spanish festival of San Fermín
San Fermín {prop} {m}  :: A annual celebration in the Spanish town of Pamplona, in honour of Saint Fermin, held in July
San Francisco {prop}  :: The name Saint Francis
San Francisco {prop}  :: Places named after Saint Francis
sangüeño {m}  :: dogwood
sangría {f} [medicine]  :: bloodletting
sangría {f}  :: sangria (type of wine punch with cubed pieces of fruit and fruit soda)
sangría {f} [typography]  :: indentation
sangramiento {m}  :: bleeding
sangrante {adj}  :: bloody
sangrar {v}  :: bleed
sangrar {v}  :: indent
sangre {f}  :: blood
sangrecita {f}  :: diminutive of sangre
sangre y carne {m}  :: flesh and blood
sangrientamente {adv}  :: bloodily, cruelly
sangriento {adj}  :: bloody
sangrón {adj} [Mexico]  :: disagreeable, antipathic
sangrón {adj} [Central America]  :: abusive, being a bully
sangrón {m} [Mexico]  :: a disagreeable, antipathic person
sangrón {m} [Central America]  :: bully, an abusive person
sanguchería {f} [Peru, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: alternative form of sandwichería
sanguijuela {f}  :: leech (animal)
sanguina {f}  :: sanguine
sanguinariamente {adv}  :: bloodthirstily
sanguinario {adj}  :: bloodthirsty
sanguinolento {adj}  :: bloody, bleeding
sanguinolento {adj} [of eyes]  :: bloodshot
sanguinolento {adj}  :: [of steak] rare, bloody
sanguja {f}  :: leech (animal)
sanguíneo {adj}  :: sanguineous (related to blood)
sanguíneo {adj}  :: akin (related by blood)
sanguíneo {adj} [heraldry]  :: sanguine
sanidad {f}  :: health
sanisidrense {adj}  :: of or from San Isidro (any of a number of places with the same name)
sanisidrense {mf}  :: Someone from San Isidro
sanitaria {f}  :: feminine noun of sanitario
sanitario {adj}  :: sanitary
sanitario {m}  :: sanitary worker
sanitario {m}  :: toilet
sanitización {f}  :: To sanitization
sanitizante {m}  :: sanitizer
sanitizar {v}  :: To sanitize
sanjar {v} [Spain]  :: to make cuts in flesh
San Jorge {prop} {m}  :: Saint George (patron saint of England and several other places)
San José {prop} {m}  :: The name Saint Joseph
San José {prop} {m}  :: Places named after Saint Joseph
San Juan {prop}  :: The name Saint John
San Juan {prop}  :: Sometimes short for the name San Juan Bautista, meaning Saint John the Baptist
San Juan {prop}  :: Places named after Saint John or Saint John the Baptist
San Juan Bautista {prop}  :: The name Saint John the Baptist
San Juan Bautista {prop}  :: Places named after Saint John the Baptist
sanjuanino {adj}  :: of or from San Juan
sanjuanino {m}  :: Someone from San Juan
sanluiseño {adj}  :: of or from San Luis
sanluiseño {m}  :: Someone from San Luis
sanluisino {adj}  :: St. Louisan
sanluisino {m}  :: St. Louisan
San Luis Potosí {prop} {f}  :: San Luis Potosí (state)
San Marcos {prop} {m}  :: San Marcos (department)
sanmarinense {adj}  :: Sammarinese
sanmarinense {mf}  :: Sammarinese
San Marino {prop} {m}  :: San Marino
sanmartiniano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to José de San Martín
sanmartiniano {m}  :: A supporter of José de San Martín or his politics
san Miguelito {prop} {m} [colloquial]  :: diminutive of Miguel; a term of endearment for the archangel Michael
san Miguelito {m} [colloquial, usually plural, Mexico]  :: A person devoted archangel Michael, especially one who makes pilgrimage in his honor
san Miguelito {m} [colloquial, usually plural, Mexico]  :: A ritual dancer or member of procession donning the archangel Michael's traditional Roman military attire
san Miguelitos {n}  :: plural of san Miguelito
San Nicolás {prop} {m}  :: Saint Nicholas
sano {adj}  :: healthy, sound
sano {adj}  :: earnest
sano {adj}  :: pure
sano {adj}  :: whole, unbroken, sound
San Pablo {prop} {m}  :: San Pablo (city or province in various countries)
San Pablo {prop} {m}  :: Paul the Apostle, Paul of Tarsus, Saint Paul
San Pablo {prop} {m}  :: Pope Paul I
San Pablo {prop} {m}  :: San Pablo (placename)
San Pedro y Miquelón {prop}  :: Saint Pierre and Miquelon (overseas territory of France)
San Petersburgo {prop} {m}  :: Saint Petersburg (city)
San Salvador {prop} {m}  :: San Salvador (capital of El Salvador)
San Sebastián {prop} {m}  :: San Sebastián
santa {f}  :: feminine noun of santo
Santa Clara {prop} {f}  :: The name Saint Clare
Santa Clara {prop} {f}  :: Any of a number of places named after Saint Clare of Assisi, Italy
santaclareña {f}  :: feminine noun of santaclareño
santaclareño {adj}  :: Of or from Santa Clara
santaclareño {m}  :: Someone from Santa Clara
santacruceño {adj}  :: of or from Santa Cruz
santacruceño {m}  :: Someone from Santa Cruz
santacrucero {adj}  :: From Santa Cruz de Tenerife
santacrucero {m}  :: Someone from Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Santa Cruz {prop} {f}  :: Holy Cross; meaning the cross Jesus died on
Santa Cruz {prop} {f}  :: Places named after the Holy Cross
Santa Cruz de Tenerife {prop}  :: Santa Cruz de Tenerife (province)
Santa Cruz de Tenerife {prop}  :: Santa Cruz de Tenerife (city)
Santa Fe {prop} {f}  :: Santa Fe
santafecino {adj}  :: alternative spelling of santafesino
santafecino {m}  :: alternative spelling of santafesino
Santa Fe de Bogotá {prop} {f}  :: The full name of Bogota, the capital of Colombia
santafesino {adj}  :: of or from Santa Fe
santafesino {m}  :: Someone from Santa Fe
Santa Helena {prop} {f}  :: Saint Helena (island)
Santa Lucía {prop} {f}  :: Saint Lucia
santalucense {adj}  :: Saint Lucian
santalucense {mf}  :: Saint Lucian
Santa María {prop} {f}  :: Saint Mary (the mother of Jesus Christ)
Santana {prop}  :: surname
Santander {prop}  :: Santander (city of Colombia)
Santander {prop}  :: Santander (city of Spain)
Santander {prop}  :: Cantabria (region of Spain)
santanderiense {adj}  :: From Santander, Spain
santanderiense {mf}  :: Someone from Santander, Spain
santanderino {adj}  :: From Santander, Spain
santanderino {m}  :: Someone from Santander, Spain
santaneca {f}  :: feminine of santaneco
santaneco {adj}  :: Of or from the city of Santa Ana, El Salvador, El Salvador
santaneco {m}  :: An inhabitant of the city of Santa Ana, El Salvador, El Salvador
santanense {adj}  :: Of or from the Santana do Livramento in Brazil
santanense {mf}  :: someone from The Santana do Livramento, Brazil
santa patrona {f}  :: feminine noun of santo patrono or santo patrón
Santa Rosa {prop} {f}  :: Santa Rosa (department)
Santa Sede {prop} {f}  :: Holy See (episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Church)
Santa Sofía {prop} {f}  :: Hagia Sophia (a former basilica, now a museum in Turkey)
santería {f}  :: santería
santero {adj}  :: Excessively devoted to saints
santero {adj} [attributive]  :: saint
Santi {prop}  :: given name, diminutive of Santiago
Santiago {prop} [biblical character]  :: James
Santiago {prop}  :: given name
Santiago {prop}  :: The name of several cities in Chile, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Galicia (Spain), and several other Spanish-speaking countries
Santiago de Chile {prop} {m}  :: Santiago, the capital city of Chile
Santiago de Compostela {prop} {m}  :: Santiago de Compostela (city)
santiaguense {adj}  :: Of or from the city of Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic
santiaguense {mf}  :: An inhabitant of the city of Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic
santiagueño {adj}  :: of or from Santiago del Estero
santiagueño {m}  :: Someone from Santiage del Estero
santiaguera {f}  :: feminine of santiaguero
santiaguero {m} [Latin America]  :: faith healer
santiaguino {adj}  :: of or pertaining to Santiago, Chile
santiaguino {m}  :: someone from Santiago, Chile
santiagués {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Santiago de Compostela
santiagués {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Santiago Province (Dominican Republic), Dominican Republic
santiagués {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Santiago de los Caballeros
santiagués {m}  :: Someone from Santiago de Compostela
santiagués {m}  :: Someone from Santiago province, Dominican Republic
santiagués {m}  :: Someone from Santiago de los Caballeros
santiamén {m}  :: short time, moment
santidad {f}  :: sanctity, holiness
santificación {f}  :: sanctification
santificado {adj}  :: sanctified, hallowed, made holy
santificar {v}  :: to sanctify, to hallow, to make holy
santiguamiento {m}  :: sign of the cross
santiguar {v}  :: to bless
santiguar {v}  :: to make the sign of the cross
santiguar {vr}  :: to cross oneself
santista {adj}  :: Of or from Santos, Brazil
santista {mf}  :: Someone from Santos
santón {m}  :: santon
santo {adj}  :: holy, godly
santo {m}  :: saint
Santo {m}  :: Saint
Santo Domingo {prop} {m}  :: Santo Domingo
Santo Domingo de Guzmán {prop} {m}  :: The full name of Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic
santo grial {m}  :: holy grail
Santo Grial {prop} {m}  :: Holy Grail (artifact in Christian mythology)
Santoniano {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Santonian (subdivision of the Late Cretaceous epoch)
Santoniense {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Santonian (subdivision of the Late Cretaceous epoch)
Santo Niño {prop} {m}  :: Christ child (child Jesus)
Santo Padre {prop} {m}  :: Holy Father (papal title)
santo patrón {m} [religion]  :: patron saint
santo patrono {m} [religion]  :: patron saint
santoral {m}  :: saint-day calendar
santotomense {adj}  :: São Toméan
santotomense {mf}  :: São Toméan
Santo Tomé y Príncipe {prop}  :: São Tomé and Príncipe
santo y seña {m} [military]  :: watchword, password
santuario {m}  :: sanctuary, shrine
santurrón {m} [pejorative]  :: sanctimonious, bigot, holier-than-thou (person)
santurrona {f}  :: feminine noun of santurrón
San Vicente y las Granadinas {prop}  :: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
sanvicentino {adj}  :: Vincentian
sanvicentino {m}  :: Vincentian
sapa {f}  :: feminine noun of sapo; a female toad or peeper
sapa {f}  :: A reduction of must in Ancient Roman cuisine, made by boiling down grape juice or must in large kettles until reduced to a third of the original volume
sapiencia {f}  :: wisdom
sapo {m}  :: toad
sapo {m} [Chile, Ecuador, Peru, colloquial, pejorative]  :: voyeur, peeper
sapo {m} [Chile, Ecuador, Peru, colloquial, pejorative]  :: informer
sapo de caña {m}  :: cane toad
saponificable {adj}  :: saponifiable
saponificación {f}  :: saponification
saponificar {v}  :: to saponify
saponina {f} [organic compound]  :: saponin
Sapporo {prop} {m}  :: Sapporo (a city of Japan)
saprofita {f}  :: alt form saprofito
saprofito {m} [biology]  :: saprophyte
saprolito {m} [geology]  :: saprolite
saque {m}  :: expulsion, extraction, act of putting something out
saque {m} [sports]  :: service; serve (in racquet sports, the first shot)
saque {m} [soccer]  :: kick-off
saque {m}  :: appetite
saqueador {m}  :: plunderer
saqueador {m}  :: looter
saqueador {m}  :: sacker
saqueadora {f}  :: feminine noun of saqueador
saquear {v}  :: to sack
saquear {v}  :: to plunder, to pillage
saque de banda {m} [soccer]  :: throw-in
saque de esquina {m} [soccer]  :: corner kick
saque de meta {m} [soccer]  :: goal kick
saque de puerta {m} [soccer]  :: goal kick
saque inicial {m} [soccer]  :: kick-off
saqueo {m}  :: sack, plunder, pillage
saquito {m}  :: pouch
saquito {m}  :: diminutive of saco, a small sack
SAR {abbr}  :: HRH
Sara {prop} {f} [biblical character]  :: Sarah
Sara {prop} {f}  :: given name
sarabanda {f}  :: sarabande
saracustí {adj}  :: Saragossan
saracustí {mf}  :: Saragossan
saragura {f}  :: feminine noun of saraguro
saraguro {adj}  :: Of or from the Saraguro group of people
saraguro {adj}  :: Of or from the Saraguro canton of Ecuador
saraguro {m}  :: Saraguro (member of the Saraguro people)
saraguro {m}  :: An inhabitant of the Saraguro canton of Ecuador
Saraguro {prop} {m}  :: Saraguro (canton)
Sarai {prop} {f} [biblical character]  :: Sarai
sarajevés {adj}  :: Sarajevan
sarajevés {m}  :: Sarajevan
sarakof {m}  :: A type of hat, resembling a safari helmet, worn by officers during the Mexican civil war
sarampión {m}  :: measles
sarandunga {f}  :: A lively dance from Dominican Republic
sarao {m}  :: party
sarao {m}  :: fuss, big thing
sarasa {m} [Spain, slang]  :: effeminate man or homosexual
sarasa {m} [Spain, slang]  :: queerboy; fag; faggot; poofter
sarcasmo {m}  :: sarcasm
sarcófago {m}  :: sepulcher
sarcófago {m}  :: sarcophagus
sarcoplasma {m} [cytology]  :: sarcoplasm
sarcásticamente {adv}  :: sarcastically
sarcástico {adj}  :: sarcastic
sardana {f}  :: sardana
sardanista {mf}  :: A sardana dancer
sardina {f}  :: sardine
sardinera {f}  :: feminine noun of sardinero
sardinero {m}  :: A seller or sardines
sardinero {m}  :: A sardine fisherman, a sardiner
sardinilla {f}  :: baby sardine
sardónicamente {adv}  :: sardonically
sardónico {adj}  :: sardonic
sardo {adj}  :: Sardinian (relating to Sardinia)
sardo {m}  :: Sardinian
sardo {m} [mineral]  :: sard
sardo {m}  :: Sardinian language
sargenta {f}  :: sergeant
sargento {m}  :: sergeant
Sargón {prop} {m}  :: Sargon (Akkadian emperor)
sari {m}  :: sari
Sarita {prop} {f}  :: A diminutive of the given name Sara
sarmentar {v}  :: to gather pruned vine-shoots
sarmentosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: sarmentose
sarín {m}  :: sarin
sarna {f}  :: scabies
sarong {m}  :: sarong
sarpullido {m} [colloquial]  :: dermatitis, rash (area of reddened, irritated, and inflamed skin)
sarraceno {adj}  :: Of or relating to Saracens
sarraceno {adj} [dated]  :: Of or relating to Muslims and the Islamic religion
sarraceno {m}  :: Saracen
sarraceno {m} [dated]  :: Muslim
Sarre {prop}  :: Saarland (state)
sarrio {m}  :: chamois (goat)
sarro {m} [dentistry]  :: tartar
sarro {m}  :: mildew
sarta {f}  :: string (of objects connected on a thread)
sarta {f}  :: line, queue
sarta {f}  :: string, series, array
sartal {m}  :: string (items put on a string)
sartenada {f}  :: panful
sartenazo {m}  :: A hit with a saucepan
sartén {mf}  :: frying pan
sartorio {adj}  :: sartorial
sartorio {m} [anatomy]  :: sartorius
Sarátov {prop} {m}  :: Saratov (city)
sasafrás {m}  :: sassafras
sasánida {adj}  :: Sassanian
sasánida {mf}  :: Sassanian
sastra {f}  :: feminine noun of sastre
sastre {mf}  :: tailor
sastrería {f}  :: tailor's (shop)
satanasa {f}  :: feminine noun of satanás
satanismo {m}  :: Satanism
satanización {f}  :: demonization
satanizar {vt}  :: to demonize (to malign as evil)
satanás {m}  :: devil
Satanás {prop} {m}  :: Satan (the Devil)
satelital {adj}  :: related to satellites
satinador {adj}  :: glossing
satinar {v}  :: to make glossy
satirizar {v}  :: to satirize, lampoon
satisfacción {f}  :: satisfaction
satisfacer {v}  :: to satisfy, fulfil / fulfill
satisfacerse {v}  :: reflexive of satisfacer
satisfactoriamente {adv}  :: satisfactorily
satisfactorio {adj}  :: satisfactory
satisfecho {adj}  :: satisfied
satélite {m}  :: satellite
Satán {prop} {m}  :: Satan (the Devil)
satánico {adj}  :: satanic
sato {m}  :: A dog that is of mixed breed, as used by island Puerto Ricans
satrapía {f}  :: satrapy
satíricamente {adv}  :: satirically
satírico {adj}  :: satirical
saturación {f}  :: saturation
saturación {f}  :: weariness
saturación {f}  :: satiety
saturado {adj}  :: saturated
saturar {v}  :: to saturate
saturarse {v}  :: reflexive of saturar
saturnal {adj}  :: saturnal
saturnino {adj}  :: saturnine, melancholy
saturnino {adj}  :: pertaining to the planet Saturn
Saturno {prop} {m}  :: Saturn
sauce {m}  :: willow
saudí {adj}  :: Saudi
saudí {mf}  :: Saudi
saudade {f}  :: the feeling of missing something or someone
saudita {adj}  :: Saudi
saudita {mf}  :: Saudi
Saulo {prop} {m} [biblical character]  :: Saul, the original name of Apostle Paul
sauna {f}  :: sauna
-saurio {suffix}  :: -saurus
saurio {m}  :: saurian
saurisquio {m}  :: saurischian
sauropodomorfo {m}  :: sauropodomorph
saurópodo {m}  :: sauropod
sauzal {m}  :: A grove of willows
savia {f} [botany]  :: sap
saxófono {m}  :: saxophone
saxo {m}  :: sax (saxophone)
saxo {m}  :: stone
saxofón {m}  :: saxophone
saxofonista {mf}  :: saxophonist
saya {f} [archaic]  :: a woman’s skirt
sayal {m}  :: sackcloth
sayo {m}  :: smock
sayo {m}  :: doublet
sayonara {f} [Peru]  :: flip-flop, thong [Australia], jandal [New Zealand]
sazón {f}  :: ripeness
sazón {f} [formal]  :: season
sazón {f}  :: flavor, seasoning
sazonador {m}  :: seasoning (something used to add flavor to food)
sazonar {v}  :: to season
sábado {m}  :: Saturday
sábado {m}  :: Sabbath, sabbath
sábado {m}  :: The letter S in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
sábalo {m}  :: shad
sábana {f}  :: sheet; bedsheet
súbdita {f}  :: feminine noun of súbdito
súbdito {adj}  :: subject
súbdito {m}  :: subject (citizen in a monarchy or person ruled over by another)
sábila {f} [Central America]  :: aloe vera
súbitamente {adv}  :: suddenly, all of a sudden
súbito {adj}  :: sudden
súbito {adv}  :: suddenly
-sca {suffix}  :: feminine singular of -sco
sácate {interj}  :: get out!
sácate {interj}  :: do not dare!, do not even think it!
sácate {interj}  :: forget it!
súchil {m} [rare, dialectal, Mexico]  :: flower
schnauzer {mf}  :: schnauzer
sciolismo {m}  :: The political beliefs of Daniel Scioli, Argentine politician
sciolista {adj}  :: supporting Daniel Scioli, Argentine politician
sciolista {mf}  :: A supporter of Daniel Scioli, Argentine politician
-sco {suffix}  :: Forms adjectives that signify "relation" to the word stem
scooter {m}  :: scooter (vehicle)
-scopia {suffix}  :: -scopy
-scopio {suffix}  :: -scope
scout {m}  :: scout
-scópico {suffix}  :: -scopic
scratch {m} [music]  :: scratch
Sócrates {prop} {m}  :: Socrates
Sócrates {prop} {m}  :: given name equivalent to English Socrates
scroll {m} [computer games]  :: scroll
súcubo {m}  :: succubus
sículo {adj}  :: Sicilian
sículo {m}  :: Sicilian
SD {initialism} [grammar, syntax]  :: abbreviation of sintagma determinante
sádicamente {adv}  :: sadistically
sádico {adj}  :: sadistic
sódico {adj}  :: sodium
Sídney {prop}  :: Sydney, Australia
se {pron}  :: Third person (also used for usted and ustedes) reflexive direct or indirect object; oneself, himself, herself, itself, yourself; each other; one another
se {pron}  :: Used to form the passive voice in the third person (also used for usted and ustedes)
se {pron}  :: Used to form impersonal sentences
se {pron}  :: Used instead of indirect object pronouns le and les before the direct object pronouns lo, la, los, or las
seña {f}  :: sign, indication
seña {f}  :: gesture
seaborgio {m}  :: seaborgium
sea cual fuere {pron} [formal]  :: whatever it is
señal {f}  :: sign
señal {f}  :: landmark
señal {f}  :: signal
señal {f}  :: reminder
señal {f}  :: representation
señalamiento {m}  :: The use of traffic signs and signals
señalamiento {m}  :: A description of someone that someone is looking for
señalar {v}  :: to signal
señalar {v}  :: to show, indicate
señalarse {v}  :: reflexive of señalar
señalización {f}  :: signalling
señalización {f}  :: signposting; the act of posting signs
señalización {f}  :: signs, traffic signs, sign posts
señalizador {m}  :: sign
señalizador {m}  :: indication
señalizar {v}  :: to signpost, to install signs
sea lo que sea {phrase}  :: whatever may come, no matter what, whatever happens, come what may
señalética {f}  :: signage
sea quien sea {phrase}  :: no matter who the person is, no matter who they are
Sebastián {prop} {m}  :: given name, cognate to English Sebastian
Sebastopol {prop} {f}  :: Sevastopol
sebáceo {adj}  :: sebaceous
sebiche {m}  :: alternative spelling of cebiche
sebo {m}  :: sebum
sebo {m}  :: tallow
seborrea {f} [pathology]  :: seborrhea
secadero {adj}  :: drying
secadero {m}  :: dryer, place for drying
secado {m}  :: desiccation, drying
secador {m}  :: dryer
secador {m}  :: hair dryer
secadora {f}  :: dryer
secaleche {mf} [El Salvador, Honduras]  :: The last child to be born to a parent or couple
secallona {f}  :: synonym of fuet
secamanos {m}  :: hand dryer
secamente {adv}  :: dryly
secano {m} [agriculture]  :: dry land; unirrigated land
secante {adj}  :: drying
secante {adj} [trigonometry]  :: secant
secante {m}  :: blotting paper
secante {f} [trigonometry]  :: secant
secar {v}  :: to dry
secarral {m}  :: arid plaing
secarropas {m}  :: clothes dryer
secarse {v}  :: reflexive of secar To dry oneself
sección {f}  :: section
sección {f}  :: piece, part
sección {f}  :: department
sección cónica {f}  :: conic section
sección transversal {f}  :: cross section
seccional {f}  :: A police subdivision in Montevideo. There are 24 of them in Montevideo
seccionar {v}  :: to section
secesión {f} [politics]  :: secession
secesionismo {m}  :: secessionism
secesionista {mf}  :: secessionist
seco {adj}  :: dry
se coge antes al mentiroso que a un cojo {proverb}  :: alternative form of antes se coge al mentiroso que a un cojo
se come {phrase} [jocular, idiom]  :: the hell?; the heck?; when it's at home?
secoya {f}  :: Variant of secuoya
secreción {f}  :: secretion
secretamente {adv}  :: secretly, clandestinely
secretar {v}  :: to secrete
secretaría {f}  :: secretariat
secretaria {f}  :: secretary (female)
secretariado {m}  :: secretariat
secretariado {m}  :: secretaryship
secretariado {m}  :: secretary studies
secretario {m}  :: secretary
secretear {v}  :: to tell a secret
secreteo {m}  :: secrecy
secretina {f} [hormone]  :: secretin
secretismo {m}  :: secrecy
secretista {adj}  :: secretive
secreto {adj}  :: secret
secreto {m}  :: a secret
secreto {m}  :: secrecy
secreto a voces {m}  :: An open secret
secretísimo {adj}  :: Very secret, top secret
secta {f}  :: cult
secta {f}  :: sect
sectario {adj}  :: sectarian
sectarismo {m}  :: sectarism
sector {m}  :: section
sector {m}  :: zone
sector {m}  :: branch
sectorial {adj}  :: sectorial
sectorialmente {adv}  :: sectorially
sectorización {f}  :: sectorisation
secuaz {adj} [pejorative]  :: said of a follower of someone else's opinion, opportunistic
secuaz {mf} [pejorative]  :: minion, henchman, stooge
secuela {f}  :: sequel
secuela {f}  :: after-effects
secuela {f} [medicine]  :: sequela
secuencia {f}  :: sequence
secuenciación {f}  :: sequencing
secuencial {adj}  :: sequential
secuencial {adj}  :: serial
secuenciar {v}  :: to sequence
secuestrado {adj}  :: kidnapped
secuestrador {m}  :: kidnapper, hijacker
secuestradora {f}  :: feminine noun of secuestrador
secuestrar {v}  :: to kidnap
secuestro {m}  :: kidnapping
secular {adj}  :: secular
secularidad {f}  :: secularism
secularismo {m}  :: secularity
secularización {f}  :: secularisation
secularizar {v}  :: to secularize
secularmente {adv}  :: secularly
secundar {v}  :: to second
secundaria {f}  :: secondary school, high school
secundariamente {adv}  :: secondarily
secundario {adj}  :: secondary
secuoya {f}  :: sequoia
securina {f} [protein]  :: securin
securitario {adj} [attributive]  :: security
sed {f}  :: thirst
seda {f}  :: silk
seda {f}  :: thin string
SEDA {prop}  :: Secretaría de Estado en el Despacho del Ambiente
sedación {f}  :: sedation
seda dental {f}  :: dental floss
sedal {m}  :: thin line, string
sedante {adj}  :: sedative
sedar {v}  :: to sedate
sede {f}  :: seat, headquarters
sede {f} [event]  :: venue
sede {f} [diocese]  :: see
sedentariamente {adv}  :: domestically
sedentariamente {adv}  :: sedentarily
sedentario {adj}  :: sedentary (not moving)
sedentarismo {m}  :: sedentariness
sedicente {adj}  :: self-styled
sedición {f}  :: sedition, mutiny
sediciosamente {adv}  :: seditiously, mutinously, factiously
sedicioso {adj}  :: seditious, factious, mutinous
sediento {adj}  :: thirsty [notice that "tener sed" (lit. "to have thirst") is more common than "estar sediento"]
sedimentable {adj}  :: sedimentable
sedimentación {f}  :: sedimentation
sedimentar {v}  :: to deposit a sediment
sedimentario {adj} [geology]  :: sedimentary
sedimento {m}  :: sediment
sedimentológico {adj}  :: sedimentological
sedimentología {f} [geology]  :: sedimentology
sedán {m}  :: sedan (car)
sedoheptulosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: sedoheptulose
sedosidad {f}  :: silkiness
sedoso {adj}  :: silky, silky smooth
seducción {f}  :: seduction
seducir {v}  :: to seduce
seductor {adj}  :: seductive
seductor {m}  :: seducer
seductora {f}  :: feminine noun of seductor
señera {f}  :: Senyera
señero {adj}  :: unique
señero {adj} [literary]  :: lone, alone, solitary
sefardí {adj}  :: Sephardic
sefardí {mf}  :: Sephardi
segador {m}  :: reaper; harvester
segador {m}  :: mower
segador {m}  :: daddy longlegs
segadora {f}  :: feminine noun of segador
segar {v}  :: to harvest
segar {v}  :: to mow
segar {v}  :: to reap
seglar {adj}  :: lay, secular
segmentación {f}  :: segmentation
segmentar {v}  :: to segment
segmento {m}  :: segment, section
según {prep}  :: according to
según {prep}  :: as, just as, the same way
según {prep}  :: depending on
Segorbe {prop}  :: Segorbe (municipality)
Segovia {prop} {f}  :: Segovia (province)
Segovia {prop} {f}  :: Segovia (city)
segoviano {adj}  :: Segovian
segoviano {m}  :: Segovian
segregación {f}  :: segregation
segregacionista {mf}  :: segregationist
segregar {v}  :: to segregate
segregar {v}  :: to secrete
segueta {f}  :: hacksaw (fine-toothed, frame-mounted saw used to cut metal)
seguidamente {adv}  :: immediately after, straight away
seguidilla {f}  :: a lively, triple-time, Spanish tune and dance; a seguidilla
seguidismo {m}  :: (blind) following or support
seguido {adv} [Latin America]  :: often
seguido {adj}  :: consecutive
seguidor {m}  :: follower
seguidora {f}  :: feminine noun of seguidor
seguimiento {m}  :: monitoring
seguimiento {m}  :: following
seguir {vt}  :: to follow
seguir {v}  :: to continue; to go on; to keep, keep on can be combined with a present participle (-ndo form) to indicate that someone or something continues doing something
seguir {vt}  :: to observe, to obey (a rule, religion)
seguir el rollo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to go along with, play along with (something)
seguirse {v}  :: reflexive of seguir
segund {prep}  :: obsolete spelling of según
Segunda Guerra Mundial {prop} {f}  :: Second World War; World War II
segunda intención {f} [uncountable]  :: duplicity, falsehood
segunda intención {f}  :: ulterior motive
segunda naturaleza {f}  :: second nature
segundar {v}  :: To repeat an action, to do again
segundar {v}  :: In a competition, to be in second place
segundar {v} [South America]  :: To hit back
segundariamente {adv}  :: secondarily
segundario {adj}  :: secondary
segundito {m}  :: diminutive of segundo
segundón {m}  :: secondborn
segundón {m}  :: secondary character
segundo {adj}  :: second (after the first)
segundo {m}  :: second (unit of time)
Segundo {prop} {m}  :: given name
segundo intercalar {m}  :: leap second
segundo plano {m}  :: background (activity not visible to the user)
seguramente {adv}  :: surely, certainly
seguramente {adv}  :: probably, perhaps
seguridad {f}  :: safety
seguridad {f}  :: security
seguridad {f}  :: self-confidence
seguridad nacional {f}  :: national security
segurina {f} [protein]  :: securin
seguro {adj}  :: secure, safe (free from danger)
seguro {adj}  :: certain, sure (of being correct)
seguro {adj}  :: certain
seguro {adj}  :: self-confident
seguro {m}  :: insurance (business)
segway {m}  :: Segway
se habla español {phrase}  :: "we speak Spanish". More precisely, "Spanish is spoken (here)."
se habla inglés {phrase}  :: "we speak English"
seis {num} [cardinal]  :: six
seiscientas {num}  :: feminine of seiscientos
seiscientos {num}  :: six hundred
Seúl {prop}  :: Seoul (capital of South Korea)
Sela {abbr}  :: Sistema Económico Latinoamericano
Selandia {prop} {f}  :: Zealand (Danish island)
selección {f}  :: selection
selección {f}  :: choice
selección {f} [sport]  :: national sports team
selección natural {f}  :: natural selection
seleccionado {adj}  :: selected
seleccionador {m}  :: selector
seleccionador {m} [sport]  :: manager, coach
seleccionadora {f}  :: coach, trainer
seleccionar {v}  :: to select
selectivamente {adv}  :: selectively
selectividad {f}  :: selectivity
selectivo {adj}  :: selective, choosy
selecto {adj}  :: select, exquisite
selector {m}  :: selector
selectísimo {adj} [of people or things]  :: superlative of selecto; very select
selectísimo {adj} [of food]  :: superlative of selecto; choice, of very good quality
Selena {prop} {f}  :: given name
selenio {m}  :: selenium
selenita {f}  :: selenite
seleniuro {m}  :: selenide
selenocisteína {f} [amino acid]  :: selenocysteine
selenografía {f}  :: selenography
Seleucia {prop} {f}  :: Seleucia (city)
Seleuco {prop} {m}  :: Seleucus (ancient Greek name)
selfi {m}  :: selfie
selfiar {v}  :: To selfie
selfie {m}  :: selfie
sellado {adj}  :: sealed
sellante {m}  :: sealant
sellar {v}  :: to stamp
sellar {v}  :: to seal
sello {m}  :: seal
sello {m}  :: stamp (device for stamping designs)
sello {m}  :: stamp (imprint made by stamping)
sello {m}  :: postage stamp
sello postal {m}  :: postage, postage stamp
selva {f} [forestry]  :: forest or jungle, wood, chiefly a rain forest
selva lluviosa {f}  :: rainforest
Selva Misionera {prop} {f}  :: the part of the Atlantic Forest in the Argentine province of Misiones
Selva Negra {prop} {f}  :: Selva Negra (forest/and/range)
selvático {adj}  :: woods (attributively)
Sem {prop} {m}  :: Shem (son of Noah)
semaforización {f}  :: The putting in place of traffic lights
semaforizar {v}  :: to equip with traffic lights
semana {f}  :: week (7 days)
semana de trabajo {f}  :: workweek
Semana de Turismo {prop} {f} [Uruguay]  :: Holy Week
semanal {adj}  :: weekly
semanalmente {adv}  :: weekly
semanario {adj} [rare]  :: weekly
semanario {m}  :: weekly (newspaper or periodical issued every week)
semanario {m} [Nicaragua]  :: allowance (money given to a child)
Semana Santa {prop} {f}  :: Holy Week, Easter
semblante {m}  :: countenance; appearance
semblanza {f}  :: similarity, likeness
sembradío {m}  :: field suitable for sowing
sembrador {adj}  :: seeding
sembrador {m}  :: seeder
sembrador {m}  :: seeding machine
sembradura {f}  :: sowing, seeding
sembradura {f} [obsolete]  :: tillage, land which has been sown or seeded
sembrar {v}  :: to plant (place a seed or plant in soil or other substrate in order that it may live and grow)
sembrar {v}  :: to seed
semejable {adj}  :: comparable
semejante {adj}  :: similar
semejante {adj}  :: such
semejante {adj}  :: what a (when followed by a noun)
semejantemente {adv}  :: similarly
semejanza {f}  :: similarity
semejar {v}  :: to resemble
semen {m}  :: semen, sperm
semental {adj}  :: seeding
semental {adj}  :: breeding
semental {m}  :: stud, stud stallion
semental {m}  :: jack, jackass
semestral {adj}  :: six-month
semestre {m}  :: semester
semáforo {m}  :: traffic light
semáforo {m}  :: semaphore, flag semaphore
semi- {prefix}  :: semi- (half)
semi- {prefix}  :: semi- (partially)
semiabandonado {adj}  :: semi-abandoned
semiamargo {adj}  :: hlaf-bitter
semiasfixiado {adj}  :: half-asphyxiated
semiautónomo {adj}  :: semiautonomous
semiautomático {adj}  :: semi-automatic
semicircular {adj}  :: semicircular
semiclandestino {adj}  :: Somewhat clandestine
semicolonial {adj}  :: semicolonial
semicompleto {adj}  :: light heavyweight
semiconductor {m} [physics]  :: semiconductor
semicorchea {f}  :: sixteenth
semicorchea {f} [music]  :: semiquaver, sixteenth note
semicírculo {m}  :: semicircle
semidemocracia {f}  :: semidemocracy, quasidemocracy
semidesaparecido {adj}  :: half-disappeared
semidescremado {adj}  :: semi-skimmed
semidesnatado {adj}  :: semi-skimmed
semidesnudo {adj}  :: half-naked
semidocumental {m}  :: semi-documentary
semieje {m}  :: semiaxis
semienterrado {adj}  :: semi-buried
semiesclavitud {f}  :: semislavery
semiescondido {adj}  :: half-hidden
semiescrito {adj}  :: half-written
semiestado {m}  :: quasi-state
semiestalinista {adj}  :: semi-Stalinist
semiestalinista {mf}  :: semi-Stalinist
semiestrella {f}  :: C-lister, minor celebrity
semificción {f}  :: semifiction
semifinal {adj}  :: semifinal
semifinalista {mf}  :: semifinalist
semifondo {m} [martial arts]  :: undercard
semifondo {m} [athletics]  :: middle-distance race
semihundido {adj}  :: half-buried
semiinconsciente {adj}  :: semiconscious
semiirónico {adj}  :: semi-ironic
semileptónico {adj}  :: semileptonic
semilibertad {f}  :: semiliberty
semilla {f}  :: seed (of a plant)
semillero {m}  :: seedbed
semillero {m}  :: hotbed
semióloga {f}  :: feminine noun of semiólogo
semiólogo {m}  :: semiologist, semiotician
seminal {adj} [botany]  :: seminal (relating to seeds)
seminal {adj} [anatomy]  :: seminal (relating to semen)
seminal {adj}  :: seminal; creative; inventive
seminal {adj}  :: seminal (highly influential)
seminario {m}  :: seminar
seminarista {mf}  :: seminarian
seminifero {adj}  :: seminiferous
semiobligatorio {adj}  :: half-obligatory
semioculto {adj}  :: semi-hidden
semiológico {adj}  :: semiological
semiología {f}  :: semiology, semiotics
semiopaco {adj}  :: semi-opaque
semipeatonalización {f}  :: the process of making something semi-pedestrianized
semipenumbra {f}  :: Partially-shaded area
semipesado {adj}  :: light heavyweight
semipoblado {adj}  :: semipopulated
semipresidencialismo {m}  :: A semipresidential government
semiprofesional {adj}  :: semi-professional
semiprotegido {adj}  :: semiprotected
semiárido {adj}  :: semiarid
semiruina {f}  :: semi-ruin
semirural {adj}  :: semirural
semis {m}  :: semis
semiseco {adj}  :: semidry
semisintético {adj}  :: semisynthetic
semisocialista {adj}  :: semi-socialist
semisótano {m}  :: basement, lower floor
semita {adj}  :: Semitic
semita {mf}  :: Semite
semita {mf} [Bolivia, Ecuador, El Salvador, feminine only]  :: a kind of biscuit
semitapado {adj}  :: semi-hidden
semiterrestre {adj}  :: semiterrestrial
semiótica {f}  :: semiotics
semiótico {adj}  :: semiotic
semitono {m} [music]  :: semitone
semitransparente {adj}  :: semitransparent; almost transparent
semiurbano {adj}  :: semiurban
semivacío {adj}  :: half empty
semántica {f}  :: semantics
semántico {adj}  :: semantic
sempasúchil {m} [Mexico]  :: Variant of cempasúchil
sempiterno {adj}  :: sempiternal
sen {symbol} [mathematics]  :: A symbol of the trigonometric function sine
Sena {prop}  :: Seine (French river)
senado {m}  :: senate
Senado {prop} {m}  :: Senate (Roman senate)
senador {m}  :: senator
senadora {f}  :: female senator
senatorial {adj}  :: senatorial
sencillamente {adv}  :: in a simple manner
sencillez {f}  :: simplicity
sencillo {adj}  :: plain
sencillo {adj}  :: simple
sencillo {m} [music]  :: single
sencillo {m} [Latin America]  :: small change
senda {f}  :: footpath
senderismo {m}  :: trekking, hiking, or fellwalking
senderista {mf}  :: rambler, hiker, walker
sendero {m}  :: trail
sendero {m}  :: path
sendos {determiner}  :: each, each one, both
senectud {f}  :: old age
Senegal {prop} {m}  :: Senegal
senegalés {adj}  :: Senegalese
senegalés {m}  :: Senegalese
senepol {m}  :: Senepol (cattle breed)
senescal {m}  :: seneschal (chief mayordomo of the royal court)
senescalía {f}  :: seneschalship
senil {adj}  :: senile
senilidad {f}  :: senility
senior {m}  :: senior
seno {m} [anatomy]  :: breast
seno {m} [anatomy]  :: sinus
seno {m} [mathematics]  :: sine
seno {m} [geography]  :: sound (inlet)
seno {m} [nautical]  :: trough
senoidal {adj}  :: sinusoidal (in the form of a sine wave)
seno verso {m} [trigonometry]  :: versed sine
sensación {f}  :: sensation
sensacional {adj}  :: sensational
sensacionalismo {m}  :: sensationalism
sensacionalista {adj}  :: sensationalist (characterised by sensationalism)
sensacionalista {mf}  :: sensationalist (one who indulges in sensational behaviour)
sensatez {f}  :: sense, sensibility
sensato {adj}  :: sensible
sensato {adj}  :: reasonable, sound
sensei {m}  :: sensei (martial arts instructor)
sensibilidad {f}  :: sensibility
sensibilidad {f}  :: sensitivity
sensibilización {f}  :: awareness
sensibilizador {adj}  :: heart-warming
sensibilizar {v}  :: to sensitize
sensible {adj}  :: sensitive
sensiblemente {adv}  :: perceptively
sensiblemente {adv}  :: painfully
sensiblería {f}  :: sentimentality
sensiblero {adj}  :: cheesy (being overdramatic, excessively emotional)
sensitiva {f}  :: mimosa (sensitive plant) - Mimosa pudica
sensitivo {adj}  :: sensitive
sensitivo {adj}  :: sentient
sensor {m}  :: sensor
sensorial {adj}  :: sensory
sensorio {adj}  :: sensory
sensorio {m}  :: sensorium
sensual {adj}  :: sensual
sensual {mf}  :: sensualist
sensualidad {f}  :: sensuality
sensualismo {m}  :: sensualism
sensualmente {adv}  :: sensually
sentada {f}  :: sitting
sentadero {m}  :: seat
sentadilla {f} [weightlifting]  :: squat
sentadito {adj}  :: diminutive of sentado
sentado {adj}  :: seated
sentado {adj} [figuratively]  :: settled, established
sentado {adj} [figuratively]  :: sensible, solid
sentamiento {m}  :: settling
sentar {v}  :: to seat
sentar {v}  :: to set, to establish
sentar {v}  :: to settle down
sentar {v}  :: to assert
sentar {v}  :: to suit, to fit
sentar {v}  :: to set well
sentar {v}  :: to report
sentarse {vr}  :: to sit, to sit down
sentarse {v}  :: to leave a mark on (the skin)
sentencia {f}  :: sentence
sentencia {f} [legal]  :: sentence
sentenciador {adj}  :: sentencing, giving a sentence
sentenciador {m}  :: sentencer, one who sentences
sentenciar {v}  :: to sentence
sentenciar {v}  :: to voice an opinion
sentenciosamente {adv}  :: sententiously
sentencioso {adj}  :: sententious
sentencioso {adj}  :: pithy
senticar {m}  :: thicket
sentido {adj}  :: deeply felt, heartfelt
sentido {m}  :: sense
sentido {m}  :: meaning
sentido {m}  :: direction
sentido {m}  :: feeling
sentimental {adj}  :: sentimental
sentimentalidad {f}  :: sentimentality
sentimentalismo {m}  :: sentimentalism (the condition of being overly sentimental)
sentimentalismo {m}  :: an overly sentimental act
sentimentalmente {adv}  :: sentimentally
sentimiento {m}  :: feeling
sentir {vt}  :: to feel
sentir {vt}  :: to regret, to feel/be sorry
sentir {vt}  :: to hear
sentir {vr}  :: to feel
sentirse {v}  :: (reflexive of sentir) to feel (an emotion/state of being)
senyera {f}  :: alternative form of señera
Sáenz {prop}  :: surname
senzonte {m} [Honduras]  :: alternative form of cenzontle
seño {f} [nonstandard, Mexico]  :: Miss/Mrs (a shortened form of address for women, usually those who are 15 years or older, in some places 12 or older). Similar to English Ms
señor {m}  :: mister, sir, lord (title conferred on an adult male)
señor {m}  :: gentleman
señor {m}  :: master
seor {m}  :: alternative form of señor
Señor {m}  :: alternative letter-case form of señor, used before a name
Señor {prop} {m} [religion]  :: The Lord
señora {f}  :: missus, Mrs (title given to a married woman)
señora {f}  :: lady
señora {f}  :: wife or spouse
señoría {f}  :: dominion
señoría {f}  :: authority
señoría {f}  :: gentlemen
señoría {f}  :: worship
señoría {f}  :: prayer
señoría {f}  :: honor
señoría {f}  :: lordship, Your Honour, your Honor (title applied to a lord or judge)
seora {f}  :: feminine noun of seor
Señora {f}  :: alternative letter-case form of señora, used before a name
señor de la guerra {m}  :: warlord
señor feudal {m}  :: warlord
señorial {adj}  :: lordly, stately noble
señorial {adj}  :: manorial, seignorial
señorita {f}  :: young woman
señorita {f}  :: Miss (used as a title)
Señorita {prop} {f}  :: alternative letter-case form of señorita, used before a name
señorito {m} [colloquial]  :: Young master
señorito {m} [colloquial]  :: snob
señorón {m} [colloquial]  :: big shot
señorío {m} [history]  :: feudal estate
señorío {m}  :: rule, dominion
señorona {f}  :: feminine noun of señorón
separación {f}  :: separation
separadamente {adv}  :: separately
separado {adj}  :: separated
separador {adj}  :: separating
separador {m}  :: divider
separador {m}  :: bookmark
separar {v}  :: to separate
separarse {vr}  :: to separate
separata {f}  :: a separate part
separatismo {m}  :: separatism (advocacy for the political separation of a region)
separatista {adj}  :: breakaway, separatist
separatista {mf}  :: separatist
sepelio {m}  :: burial
sepia {f}  :: cuttlefish
sepia faraón {f}  :: pharaoh cuttlefish (Sepia pharaonis)
se pilla antes al mentiroso que a un cojo {proverb}  :: alternative form of antes se coge al mentiroso que a un cojo
sepsis {f}  :: sepsis
septenal {adj}  :: septennial, seven-year
septenato {m}  :: seven-year period
septentrión {m}  :: north (compass point)
septentrional {adj}  :: northern
septeto {m}  :: septet
septicemia {f}  :: septicemia
septiembre {m}  :: September
septingentésimo {adj}  :: seven hundredth
septo {m} [biology, anatomy]  :: septum
septuagenaria {f}  :: feminine of septuagenario
septuagenario {m}  :: septuagenarian
Septuaginta {prop} {f}  :: Septuagint
septuagésimo {adj}  :: seventieth
septuagésimo {m}  :: seventieth
sepulcral {adj}  :: sepulchral
sepulcro {m}  :: sepulchre
sepultar {v}  :: to bury
sepultura {f}  :: The act or state of burial
sepultura {f}  :: A hole made in the Earth to bury a corpse
sepultura {f}  :: A place where something is buried
sepultura {f}  :: grave
sepulturero {m}  :: gravedigger
sepulturero {m}  :: sexton
sequía {f}  :: drought
sequedad {f}  :: dryness
sequito {adj}  :: diminutive of seco
sequísimo {adj}  :: superlative of seco; very dry
ser {v}  :: to be (essentially or identified as)
ser {v}  :: to be (in the passive voice sense)
ser {v}  :: to exist; to occur
ser {m}  :: A being, organism
ser {m}  :: Nature, essence
ser {m}  :: Value, worth
Serafina {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to the English Seraphina
serafín {m}  :: seraph (angel)
serape {m}  :: (Mexican) blanket or rug
serape {m}  :: (Mexican) serape
Serbia {prop} {f}  :: Serbia (a country in southeastern Europe)
Serbia y Montenegro {prop}  :: Serbia and Montenegro
Serbia y Montenegro {prop}  :: See: Serbia y Montenegro
serbio {adj}  :: Serbian
serbio {m}  :: Serb, Serbian (person)
serbio {m}  :: Serbian (language)
serbobosnio {adj}  :: Serbian and Bosnian
serbocroata {adj}  :: Serbo-Croatian
serbocroata {m}  :: Serbo-Croatian (language)
seremi {mf} [Chile]  :: regional minister secretary
serenamente {adv}  :: serenely
serenar {v}  :: to soothe
serenata {f}  :: serenade
serendipia {f}  :: serendipity
serenidad {f}  :: serenity
sereno {adj}  :: serene, calm
sereque {m} [Mexico]  :: agouti
seráfico {adj}  :: angelic, seraphic
seráfico {adj}  :: humble
Sergio {prop} {m}  :: given name
Serguéi {prop} {m}  :: Sergey (transliteration of Сергей)
ser humano {m}  :: human being
seriado {m}  :: series (TV programme)
serial {mf}  :: serial
serialismo {m}  :: serialism
seriamente {adv}  :: seriously
serie {f}  :: series
seriedad {f}  :: seriousness
serigrafía {f}  :: serigraphy, silk-screen printing, screen printing
serigrafiar {v}  :: to silkscreen
serigráfico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to serigraphy
serina {f}  :: serine
serio {adj}  :: serious (without humor)
serio {adj}  :: serious (important, weighty)
serio {adj}  :: serious (really intending what was said)
sermón {m}  :: sermon
sermón {m}  :: harangue
sermonear {v}  :: to sermonize
ser más viejo que Matusalén {v} [idiom]  :: be as old as the hills
serna {f}  :: tilled land to be seeded
seroalbúmina {f} [protein]  :: seralbumin
serodiscordante {adj}  :: serodiscordant
seroja {f}  :: dry leaves
seroja {f}  :: foliage
serojo {m}  :: dry leaves
serojo {m}  :: foliage
serología {f}  :: serology
seropositivo {adj}  :: seropositive
serotipo {m}  :: serotype
serotonina {f} [organic compound]  :: serotonin
Serpens {prop} [constellation]  :: Serpens (large summer constellation of the northern sky)
serpentario {m}  :: secretary (bird)
serpentario {m}  :: serpentarium (reptile park)
serpenteante {adj}  :: winding, windy
serpentear {v}  :: to wind, meander
serpentear {v}  :: to wriggle
serpentina {f}  :: streamer (paper)
serpentina {f} [mineral]  :: serpentine
serpentinero {m} [baseball]  :: pitcher
serpentinita {f}  :: serpentinite
serpentinización {f} [geology]  :: serpentinization
serpentino {adj}  :: serpentine
serpentón {m}  :: serpent (musical instrument)
serpiente {f}  :: snake, serpent
serpiente de cascabel {f}  :: rattlesnake
serpiente marina {f}  :: sea snake
serpiente marina {f} [mythology]  :: sea serpent
serpina {f} [protein]  :: serpin
Serpukhoviano {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Serpukhovian (subdivision of the Carboniferous period)
Serpukhoviense {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Serpukhovian (subdivision of the Carboniferous period)
serrador {m}  :: sawyer
serrallo {m}  :: seraglio
serrallo {m}  :: harem
serrana {f}  :: feminine noun of serrano
serranía {f}  :: mountains, mountainous area
serrano {adj}  :: mountain, mountainous
serrano {m}  :: sea bass
serrano {m} [mollusc]  :: Iberus gualterianus
serrano {m}  :: serrano (serrano chili)
serrano {m}  :: mountaineer
Serrano {prop}  :: surname
serrar {v}  :: to saw
Serravalliense {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Serravallian (subdivision of the Miocene epoch)
serrería {f}  :: sawmill (a workshop for cutting lumber)
serreta {f}  :: merganser (bird in genus Mergus)
serrín {m}  :: sawdust
serruchar {v}  :: to saw into pieces
serrucho {m}  :: handsaw
ser toda oídos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be all ears
ser uña y carne {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be inseparable
seruendo {adj} [rare, of fruit]  :: late; late-ripening
serum {m}  :: serum
ser una tumba {v} [idiomatic]  :: To keep a secret
servible {adj}  :: serviceable, usable
servicial {adj}  :: helpful
servicial {adj}  :: attentive
servicial {adj}  :: kind
servicio {m}  :: service
servicio {m}  :: public toilet
servicio {m}  :: amenity
servidor {m}  :: server
servidora {f}  :: feminine noun of servidor
servidumbre {f}  :: servitude
servidumbre {f}  :: easement
servil {adj}  :: servile
servilismo {m}  :: servility
servilleta {f}  :: napkin
servir {v}  :: to serve
servir {v}  :: to be of use
servitud {f}  :: serfdom
servodirección {f}  :: power steering
sesamoideo {m}  :: sesamoid
seseante {adj}  :: Speaking in an accent that pronounces z as /s/ and c before e or i as /s/
sesear {v}  :: To speak in an accent that pronounces the letter "z" as /s/ and the letter "c" before "e" or "i" as /s/
sesenta {num} [cardinal]  :: sixty
sesentayochismo {m}  :: spirit of 1968
sesentero {adj}  :: Characteristic of the decade of the 1960s
sesentista {adj} [attributive]  :: sixties (relating to the 1960s, 1860s etc.)
sesentón {adj}  :: sixtyish (years old)
sesentón {m}  :: A man of around sixty years old
sesentona {f}  :: A woman aged around sixty years old
seseo {m}  :: An accent in Spanish and Galician that pronounces z as /s/ and c before e or i as /s/
sesgadamente {adv}  :: slantwise, slopingly
sesgadamente {adv}  :: biasedly
sesgado {adj}  :: slanted
sesgado {adj}  :: biased
sesgado {v}  :: past participle of sesgar
sesgar {v}  :: to cut diagonally
sesgar {v}  :: to cut on the bias
sesgar {v}  :: to slant
sesgo {adj}  :: slanting, sloping
sesgo {m}  :: slant, slope
sesgo {m}  :: skew
sesgo {m}  :: twist (in a story)
sesión {f}  :: session
sesionar {vi} [legal]  :: to be in session
seísmo {m}  :: tremor, earthquake
seso {m}  :: brain
seso {m} [often in plural]  :: brainwork, brain power
sesquilingüismo {m}  :: sesquilingualism
sesquiterpeno {m} [organic compound]  :: sesquiterpene
sesquiterpenoide {m} [organic compound]  :: sesquiterpenoid
sesquiterpénico {adj}  :: sesquiterpenoid
sestear {v}  :: to nap, to have a siesta
sestercio {m}  :: sestertius (Roman coin)
sesterterpeno {m} [organic compound]  :: sesterterpene
sesudo {adj}  :: highbrow
sesudo {adj}  :: brainy, wise
se supone {phrase}  :: it is permitted, allowed
se supone {phrase}  :: it is supposed to be that way
se supone {phrase}  :: it is supposed to be that [+ subjunctive]
set {m} [tennis]  :: set
seta {f}  :: mushroom (especially edible)
setecientas {num}  :: feminine of setecientos
setecientos {num}  :: seven hundred
setenta {num} [cardinal]  :: seventy
setentena {f}  :: seventysomething
setentero {adj} [attributive]  :: seventies
setentista {adj} [attributive]  :: seventies (relating to the 1970s, 1870s etc.)
setentón {adj}  :: seventyish (years old)
setentón {m}  :: A man of around seventy years old
setiembre {m}  :: alternative spelling of septiembre
seto {m}  :: fence
seto {m}  :: hedge
seto vivo {m}  :: hedge (thicket of bushes planted as a fence)
seudónimo {m}  :: A pseudonym
seudo {adj}  :: pseudo
seudoconsulta {f}  :: pseudo-consultancy
seudocultural {adj}  :: pseudocultural
seudoefedrina {f} [organic compound]  :: pseudoephedrine
seudogén {m} [genetics]  :: pseudogene
seudointelectual {mf}  :: pseudointellectual
seudopeptidoglicano {m} [organic compound]  :: pseudopeptidoglycan
seudototalitarismo {m}  :: pseudo-totalitarianism
señuelo {m}  :: stool pigeon
señuelo {m}  :: lure, decoy
señuelo {m}  :: shill
severamente {adv}  :: severely, strictly
severidad {f}  :: severity
severo {adj}  :: severe
seviche {m}  :: alternative spelling of cebiche
Sevilla {prop} {f}  :: Sevilla (province)
Sevilla {prop} {f}  :: Sevilla (city)
sevillana {f}  :: feminine noun of sevillano
sevillano {adj}  :: Sevillian
sevillano {m}  :: Sevillian
sevillista {adj} [football]  :: A fan, player, or other person associated with Sevilla FC, a football team from the Spanish town of Seville
sevillistas {adj}  :: plural of sevillista
sexagenario {adj}  :: sexagenarian, sixtysomething-year-old
sexagenario {m}  :: Person in his/her sixties
sexagésimo {adj}  :: sixtieth
sexagésimo {m}  :: sixtieth
sex-appeal {m}  :: sex appeal
sexappeal {m}  :: alternative spelling of sex-appeal
sexcentésimo {adj}  :: six hundredth
sexenio {m}  :: A six-year period, such as the term of the Mexican president
sexi {adj}  :: sexy
sexismo {m}  :: sexism
sexista {adj}  :: sexist
sexista {mf}  :: sexist
sexóloga {f}  :: sexologist
sexólogo {m}  :: sexologist
sexma {f}  :: synonym of sexmo
sexmera {f}  :: feminine noun of sexmero
sexmero {m}  :: The elected official of a sexmo
sexmo {m}  :: A Spanish rural administrative division
sexo {m}  :: gender
sexo {m}  :: sex (the act)
sexo {m}  :: sex organ
sexoadicto {m}  :: sex addict
sexo anal {m}  :: anal sex
sexología {f}  :: sexology
sexo opuesto {m}  :: opposite sex
sexo oral {m}  :: oral sex (stimulation of the genitals using the mouth)
sexopatía {f}  :: sex addiction
sexo vaginal {m}  :: vaginal sex
sexópata {mf}  :: sex addict
sex shop {m}  :: sex shop
sexta {f}  :: feminine noun of sexto
sexta {f} [music]  :: sixth
sextaferia {f} [Asturias, historical]  :: A day, usually every year, on which townsfolk were obliged gathered together to repair the roadways
sextante {m}  :: sextant
Sextante {prop} {m}  :: Sextans (constellation)
sexteto {m}  :: sextet
sextilla {f} [poetry]  :: A poem of six lines, generally with eight syllables per line
sexting {m}  :: sexting
sexto {adj}  :: sixth
sexto {m}  :: sixth
sexual {adj}  :: sexual
sexualidad {f}  :: sexuality
sexualización {f}  :: sexualization
sexualmente {adv}  :: sexually
sexy {adj}  :: sexy
seychellense {adj}  :: Seychellois
seychellense {mf}  :: Seychellois
Seychelles {prop} {f}  :: Seychelles
sáfico {adj}  :: Sapphic (relating to the Greek poetess Sappho or her poetry)
sífilis {f}  :: syphilis
Sófocles {prop} {m}  :: Sophocles
sóftbol {m}  :: softball
shakespeariano {adj}  :: Shakespearian
shakesperiano {adj}  :: Shakespearean
shamanismo {m}  :: alternative form of chamanismo
shambar {m}  :: shambar
shamisen {m}  :: shamisen
shamán {m}  :: alternative form of chamán
shamánico {adj}  :: alternative form of chamánico
shamoji {f}  :: shamoji
shampoo {m}  :: alternative spelling of champú
Shanghái {prop}  :: Shanghai
shansho {m} [Peru]  :: hoatzin
Sáhara {prop} {m}  :: Sahara
sharia {f}  :: sharia
shatranj {m}  :: shatranj
shawarma {m}  :: shawarma
SHCP {initialism}  :: Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público de México
Sheinwoodiense {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Sheinwoodian (subdivision of the Silurian period)
Sheremétievo {prop} {m}  :: Sheremetyevo (airport in Russia)
sherif {m}  :: sherrif
sheriff {m}  :: sheriff (all senses)
sherpa {mf}  :: sherpa
sherpa {mf}  :: Sherpa
shií {mf}  :: Shi'ite
shií {m}  :: Shia
shií {adj}  :: Shi'ite
shido {m}  :: shido
shiita {adj}  :: Shi'ite
shiita {mf}  :: Shi'ite
shiita {mf}  :: Shia
shiitake {m}  :: shiitake (Lentinula edodes, an edible mushroom)
shikimato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: shikimate
shiksa {f}  :: alt form shikse
shikse {f}  :: shiksa (non-Jewish woman)
shiso {m}  :: shiso
shitake {m}  :: alternative spelling of shiitake
Shizuko {prop} {f}  :: given name
shámbar {m}  :: shambar
Shénzhen {prop}  :: Shenzhen (a city in China)
shock {m}  :: shock
shockear {v}  :: to shock
shock eléctrico {m}  :: electric shock
shoegazing {m}  :: shoegazing
shooter {m}  :: shooter (game)
shopping {m}  :: shopping center
shopping {m}  :: shopping (the leisure activity of going shopping)
short {m}  :: shorts
shorts {mp}  :: shorts
shortstop {m} [baseball]  :: shortstop
shot {m}  :: shot (small portion of drink)
Shota {prop} {m}  :: Shota (male given name)
show {m}  :: show
show {m} [colloquial]  :: A scandal
show {m}  :: spectacle
show {m}  :: An exhibition motivated action or thing
showfloor {m}  :: showfloor
showman {m}  :: showman
showroom {m}  :: showroom
showrunner {mf}  :: showrunner
shuco {m} [Guatemala]  :: hot dog
shul {m} [Judaism]  :: shul, synagogue
shura {f}  :: shura
si {conj}  :: if
SI {abbr}  :: Sinaloa (Mexican state)
sial {m}  :: sial
sialato {m}  :: sialate
Siam {prop} {m} [historical]  :: Siam (the former name of Thailand)
siamés {adj}  :: Siamese (from Siam)
siamés {m}  :: Siamese (man from Siam)
siamés {m}  :: Siamese cat
sibarita {m}  :: sybarite
sibarítico {adj}  :: sybaritic
sibarítico {adj}  :: luxurious
Siberia {prop} {f}  :: Siberia (region of Russia)
siberiano {adj}  :: Siberian
si bien {conj}  :: although, albeit
sibil {m}  :: A small recess carved into a cave wall to preserve meat and other provisions
sibil {m}  :: A small underground hollow
sibila {f}  :: sibyl
sibilancia {f}  :: wheezing
sibilante {adj}  :: sibilant, hissing
sibilante {f} [phonetics]  :: a sibilant
sibilinamente {adv}  :: mysteriously
sibilino {adj}  :: sibylline
sibutramina {f} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: sibutramine
sicaria {f}  :: feminine noun of sicario
sicariato {m}  :: The hiring of a hitman to kill someone
sicario {m}  :: hitman (hired killer)
sicav {f}  :: SICAV
Sicilia {prop} {f}  :: Sicily (island)
siciliana {f}  :: feminine noun of siciliano
siciliano {adj}  :: Sicilian
siciliano {m}  :: Sicilian (language)
siciliano {m}  :: Sicilian (people)
sicóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of sicólogo
sicólogo {m}  :: alternative spelling of psicólogo
sicómoro {m}  :: sycamore
sicómoro occidental {m}  :: American sycamore
sicoanalizar {v}  :: alternative form of psicoanalizar
sicoanalítico {adj}  :: alternative form of psicoanalítico
sicoanálisis {m}  :: alternative spelling of psicoanálisis
sicodelia {f}  :: alternative spelling of psicodelia
sicodélico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of psicodélico
sicofanta {mf}  :: sycophant
sicológicamente {adv}  :: psychologically
sicológico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of psicológico
sicología {f}  :: alternative spelling of psicología
sicometría {f}  :: alt form psicometría
sicomoro americano {m}  :: A species of large tree native to eastern North America and planted elsewhere, the American sycamore, Platanus occidentalis
sicométrico {adj}  :: alt form psicométrico
sicopatía {f}  :: alternative form of psicopatía
sicosis {f}  :: alternative spelling of psicosis
sicosomático {adj}  :: alt form of psicosomático
sicoterapeuta {mf}  :: alternative form of psicoterapeuta
sicoterapia {f}  :: alternative spelling of psicoterapia
sicotrópico {adj}  :: psychotropic
sicópata {mf}  :: alternative spelling of psicópata
sicótico {adj}  :: psychotic
SIDA {m}  :: alternative capitalization of sida
sidecar {m}  :: sidecar
sideral {adj}  :: sidereal
sideralmente {adv}  :: sidereally
siderófilo {m}  :: siderophile
siderófilo {adj}  :: siderophile
siderita {f}  :: siderite
sideromelano {m} [geology]  :: sideromelane
siderúrgico {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to siderurgy
siderurgia {f}  :: siderurgy
Sidón {prop}  :: Sidon (city state of Phoenicia)
sidra {f}  :: cider
sidra dulce {f}  :: A non-alcoholic apple drink bottled just after the apples have been squeezed
sidéreo {adj}  :: sideral
sidrería {f}  :: cidery (place where cider is brewed)
sidrería {f}  :: pub or bar where cider is sold; a cider house
sidrina {f}  :: diminutive of sidra
siembra {f}  :: seeding
siembra {f}  :: sowing time
siembra {f}  :: sown seed
siempre {adv}  :: always
siempre {adv} [colloquial]  :: ultimately, in the end
siempre y cuando {prep} [idiomatic]  :: whenever, as and when
siempre y cuando {prep} [idiomatic]  :: in case, if
sien {f}  :: temple (part of the skull on the side of the forehead)
sienes {fp} [anatomy]  :: temporal (temples of the head)
sienita {f}  :: syenite
sienítico {adj}  :: syenitic
si entre burros te ves, rebuzna alguna vez {proverb}  :: when in Rome, do as the Romans do
sierpe {f}  :: large serpent, snake
sierpe {f} [figuratively]  :: wriggler, anything that wriggles
sierpe {f} [figuratively]  :: ugly person, angry person, dangerous person
sierpe {f} [botany]  :: sprout, shoot, sucker
sierra {f} [Tool]  :: saw
sierra {f} [Geography]  :: mountain range
sierra {f} [Fish]  :: swordfish
sierra {f} [Fish, Chile]  :: snoek (Thyrsites atun)
sierra de vaivén {f}  :: jigsaw
sierra eléctrica {f}  :: electrical chainsaw (saw with a power driven chain)
Sierra Leona {prop} {f}  :: Sierra Leone
sierraleonés {adj}  :: Sierra Leonian
sierraleonés {m}  :: Sierra Leonian
sierva {f}  :: feminine noun of siervo
siervo {m}  :: serf
siesta {f}  :: siesta
siestica {f}  :: diminutive of siesta
siestita {f}  :: diminutive of siesta
siete {num} [cardinal]  :: seven
sietemesino {adj}  :: born two-months premature
sietemesino {m}  :: A baby born two-months premature
siete pecados capitales {mp}  :: seven deadly sins
Siete Sabios {prop} {mp}  :: Seven Sages (the seven ancient Greeks)
sievert {m}  :: sievert
sifilazo {m} [slang]  :: syphilis; the pox
sifilítico {adj}  :: syphilitic
sifón {m}  :: siphon
sifón {m}  :: U-bend
sifón {m}  :: soda (as a mixer)
sifonaje {m}  :: siphoning
sifonóforo {m} [zoology]  :: siphonophore
sifonáptero {m}  :: siphonapteran
sifrino {adj} [dismissive, Venezuela]  :: snobbish, snobby, snob [said of a person who ostentatiously belongs to, or pretends to belong to the upper social classes]
sifrino {adj} [dismissive, Venezuela]  :: empty, dud [a person who possesses fashion and material goods, but who has low spiritual and intellectual qualities]
sifrino {adj} [dismissive, Venezuela]  :: stuck-up, full of airs and graces
sigilar {v}  :: to stamp
sigilar {v}  :: to hush; silence (keep secret)
sigilo {m}  :: secrecy
sigilo {m}  :: stealth
sigilosamente {adv}  :: sneakily
sigilosamente {adv}  :: discreetly; secretively
sigiloso {adj}  :: sneaking, stealthy
sigiloso {adj}  :: discreet
sigiloso {adj}  :: secretive
sigla {f}  :: initial
sigla {f}  :: acronym (of any type: phonetic acronym or initialism)
siglo {m}  :: century
siglo {m}  :: a significant period of time; an age
siglos de siglos {adv}  :: forever and ever
sigma {f}  :: sigma; the Greek letter Σ, σ
sigmatrópico {adj} [chemistry]  :: sigmatropic
signar {v}  :: to sign
signatario {adj}  :: signatory
signatario {m}  :: signatory
signatura {f}  :: signature (in book)
significación {f}  :: signification; significance
significación {f}  :: sense; meaning
significado {adj}  :: well-known
significado {adj}  :: important, significant
significado {m}  :: meaning
significado {m}  :: significance
significancia {f}  :: significance
significante {adj}  :: significant
significar {v}  :: to signify
significar {v}  :: to mean
significativamente {adv}  :: significantly
significativo {adj}  :: significant
signo {m}  :: sign
signo de exclamación {m}  :: exclamation mark (either normal "!" or the inverted "¡")
signo de interrogación {m}  :: question mark (either "¿" put at beginning of the question, or "?" put at the end of question)
signo zodiacal {m}  :: astrological sign
siguiente {adj}  :: following
siguiente {adj}  :: next
siguiriya {f}  :: siguiriya
sii {conj} [mathematics, rare]  :: iff
siitake {m}  :: siitake
sij {adj}  :: Sikh
sij {mf}  :: Sikh
sijismo {m}  :: Sikhism
silabar {v}  :: to syllabify; to enunciate each syllable
silabario {m}  :: primer (textbook)
silabario {m} [linguistics]  :: syllabary
silabear {v}  :: to syllabify; to enunciate each syllable
silabeo {m}  :: syllabification
silano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: silane
Silas {prop} {m} [biblical character]  :: Silas
silbada {f} [avian]  :: A tweet
silbador {m}  :: whistler (one who whistles)
silbador {adj}  :: whistling
silbante {adj}  :: whistling
silbante {adj}  :: sibilant
silbante {f}  :: sibilant
silbar {vi}  :: to whistle
silbatazo {m}  :: whistle (sound)
silbato {m}  :: whistle (instrument)
silbato {m}  :: whistle (sound)
silábico {adj}  :: syllabic
silbidito {m}  :: diminutive of silbido
silbido {m}  :: whistling, whistle
silbo {m}  :: whistle, whistling (sound)
silíceo {adj}  :: siliceous
sildenafilo {m} [organic compound]  :: sildenafil
silenciador {m}  :: muffler (part of exhaust pipe)
silenciador {m}  :: silencer (firearm attachment used to reduce firing noise)
silenciar {v}  :: to silence
silencio {m}  :: silence
silenciosamente {adv}  :: silently
silencioso {adj}  :: silent
silencioso {adj}  :: quiet
silente {adj} [formal]  :: silent; noiseless
silepsis {f} [rhetoric]  :: syllepsis
Silesia {prop} {f}  :: Silesia (region)
silguero {m}  :: archaic spelling of jilguero
silicato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: silicate
silicio {m} [chemical element]  :: silicon
silicio {m} [electronics]  :: silicon chip, silicon circuit
silicón {f}  :: silicon, silicone
siálico {adj}  :: sialic
silicona {f}  :: silicone
silicona {f}  :: (informal) silicon
silimanita {f} [mineral]  :: sillimanite
silla {f}  :: chair
silla {f}  :: saddle
silla de ruedas {f}  :: wheelchair
silla eléctrica {f}  :: electric chair (device used for execution by electrocution)
sillería {f}  :: A store which sells chairs.
sillera {f}  :: feminine noun of sillero
sillero {m}  :: saddler (someone who makes, repairs and sells saddles, harnesses etc)
sillita {f}  :: diminutive of silla; little chair
sillón {m}  :: armchair
sillín {m}  :: saddle (of bicycle etc.)
silloncito {m}  :: diminutive of sillón
silo {m} [agriculture, military]  :: silo
si lo sabré yo {phrase}  :: don't I know it; tell me about it
silúrico {adj}  :: Silurian
silueta {f}  :: silhouette
siluetear {v}  :: to outline, draw a silhouette
siluro {m}  :: catfish
silvestre {adj}  :: wild
silvestre {adj}  :: uncultivated
silvestre {adj}  :: rustic
Silvia {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to English Silvia
silvicultura {f}  :: forestation
Silvio {prop} {m}  :: given name, cognate to Silvius
sima {f}  :: abyss, chasm
simaruba {f} [Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Venezuela]  :: A plant in the genus Simarouba
simba {adj}  :: Simba
simba {m}  :: Simba (language)
simbiosis {f} [biology]  :: symbiosis
simbióticamente {adv}  :: symbiotically
simbiótico {adj}  :: symbiotic
simbólicamente {adv}  :: symbolically
simbólico {adj}  :: symbolic
simbolismo {m}  :: symbolism
simbolista {mf}  :: symbolist
simbolización {f}  :: symbolization
simbolizar {v}  :: to symbolize, stand for
simbología {f}  :: symbology
Simeón {prop} {m}  :: Simeon (Biblical character and tribe)
simetría {f}  :: symmetry (correspondence on either side of a dividing line, plane, center or axis)
Simferópol {prop} {f}  :: Simferopol
si mi abuela tuviera ruedas, sería una bicicleta {proverb}  :: if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle
simiente {f}  :: semen
simiente {f} [botany, biology]  :: germ
simiente {f} [botany]  :: seed
simiente de papagayos {f} [botany]  :: safflower (Carthamus tinctorius)
similar {adj}  :: similar
similaridad {f}  :: similitud, sameness, similarity
similarmente {adv}  :: similarly
similitud {f}  :: similarity, similitude
simio {m}  :: simian
simón {interj} [colloquial, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador]  :: yes, affirmation. Commonly used to respond affirmatively to a question
simón {m}  :: hackney cab
simún {m}  :: simoom
Simón {prop} {m} [biblical character]  :: Simon
Simón {prop} {m}  :: given name of biblical origin
Simón dice {m}  :: Simon says (children's game)
Simónides {prop} {m}  :: Simonides
simonía {f} [chiefly historical]  :: simony
simpatía {f}  :: sympathy
simpaticón {adj}  :: nice; cool; easy-going
simpaticomimético {adj}  :: sympathomimetic
simpatizante {adj}  :: sympathetic to
simpatizante {mf}  :: sympathizer
simpatizar {v}  :: to get on (with someone), take to (someone)
simpatizar {v}  :: to sympathize, be sympathetic
simple {adj}  :: simple
simple {adj}  :: mere, uncomplicated, easy
simple {adj}  :: single
simple {adj}  :: insipid
simple {mf}  :: simpleton, fool
simple {mf} [pharmacology, masculine only]  :: simple
simplemente {adv}  :: simply
simpleza {f}  :: foolishness
simplicidad {f}  :: simplicity
simplificación {f}  :: simplification
simplificado {adj}  :: simplified
simplificado {v}  :: past participle of simplificar
simplificar {v}  :: to simplify
simplismo {m}  :: simplification
simplista {adj}  :: simplistic
simplón {adj} [colloquial]  :: plain
simplón {adj} [colloquial]  :: naive
simposio {m}  :: symposium
simposium {m}  :: Variant form of simposio
simpósium {m}  :: Variant form of simposio
simpático {adj}  :: nice, pleasant, likable
simpátrico {adj} [biology]  :: sympatric
simétricamente {adv}  :: symmetrically
simétrico {adj}  :: symmetrical
simulación {f}  :: simulation
simulacro {m}  :: image, simulacrum (especially of someone or something sacred)
simulacro {m}  :: idea, fantasy (an idea resulting from fantasy)
simulacro {m}  :: imitation, simulation
simulacro {m}  :: test
simulador {adj}  :: simulating
simulador {adj}  :: simulated
simulador {m}  :: malingerer
simulador {m}  :: simulator
simulador {m}  :: pretender
simular {v}  :: to feign, to pretend
simular {v}  :: to simulate
simultanear {v}  :: to do two things at the same time
simultaneidad {f}  :: simultaneity
simultáneamente {adv}  :: simultaneously
simultáneo {adj}  :: simultaneous (occurring or transpiring at the same moment)
sin {prep}  :: without
sin- {prefix}  :: syn-
Sión {prop} [Christianity]  :: Zion
sinagoga {f}  :: synagogue
sinalefa {f}  :: synalepha
Sinaloa {prop} {m}  :: Sinaloa (state)
sinaloense {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Sinaloa
sinapismo {m}  :: mustard plaster, sinapism
sinapomorfía {f}  :: alternative form of sinapomorfia
sinapomorfia {f}  :: synapomorphy
sinapsis {f} [anatomy]  :: synapse
sinécdoque {f} [rhetoric]  :: synecdoche, synecdochy
sinceramente {adv}  :: sincerely, honestly
sincerar {vr}  :: See sincerarse
sincerarse {vr}  :: to level with, to open up, to tell the truth
sinceridad {f}  :: honesty, sincerity
sincero {adj}  :: sincere, honest
sincho {interj} [Mexico]  :: yeah, yep, yeppers, yup, yuppers
sincicial {adj}  :: syncytial
sincicio {m}  :: alt form sincitio
sincitio {m} [cytology]  :: syncytium
sin comentarios {phrase}  :: no comment
sincopar {v}  :: to syncopate
sincretismo {m}  :: syncretism
sincretizar {v}  :: to syncretize
sincronía {f}  :: synchrony
sincronización {f}  :: synchronization
sincronizada {f}  :: A type of quesadilla, when is made with two tortillas (wheat or maize flour made), like a sandwich, and usually one or more ham slices inside
sincronizado {adj}  :: synchronized
sincronizar {vt}  :: to synchronize
sincrotrón {m}  :: synchrotron
sincrético {adj}  :: syncretic
sin demora {adv}  :: immediately, straight away, without delay
sindicación {f}  :: unionization
sindicación {f}  :: syndication [of a periodical]
sindical {adj}  :: syndical
sindicalismo {m}  :: syndicalism
sindicalista {adj} [attributive]  :: trade-union
sindicalista {mf}  :: trades unionist
sindicalización {f}  :: unionisation
sindicalizar {v}  :: to unionise
sindicalmente {adv}  :: syndically
sindicar {vt}  :: to unionise, to syndicate
sindicar {vt} [Latin America]  :: to accuse
sindicato {m}  :: trade union
sindicato {m}  :: labor union
sindicato {m}  :: syndicate
sindicatura {f}  :: syndicate
sindonología {f}  :: sindonology (study of the Shroud of Turin)
sindéresis {f}  :: synderesis
sin duda {adv}  :: without a doubt
sin duda alguna {adv} [idiomatic]  :: without a doubt, certainly
sinecura {f}  :: sinecure
sin embargo {adv}  :: however, notwithstanding, nevertheless, in spite of, nonetheless
Sinemuriano {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Sinemurian (subdivision of the Jurassic period)
Sinemuriense {prop} {m} [geology, paleontology]  :: Sinemurian (subdivision of the Jurassic period)
sinequia {f}  :: synechia
sinergia {f}  :: synergy
sinergismo {m}  :: synergism
sinestesia {f} [neurology, psychology]  :: synaesthesia (phenomenon whereby a sensory stimulus triggers a different kind of sensation)
sinestesia {f} [narratology]  :: synaesthesia (description of a sensation in the terms of another)
sinfín {m}  :: load; ton; lot
sinfónicamente {adv}  :: symphonically
sinfónico {adj}  :: symphonic
sinfonía {f}  :: symphony
sinfonista {mf} [music]  :: symphonist
Singapur {prop} {m}  :: Singapore
singapurense {adj}  :: Singaporean
singapurense {mf}  :: Singaporean
singar {v} [Caribbean]  :: to have sex
singar {v}  :: to scull a boat from the stern
singladura {f} [nautical]  :: voyage
single {m}  :: single (song released)
single {mf}  :: single, single person
singlista {mf} [sports]  :: singles player
singular {adj}  :: singular
singular {adj}  :: odd, peculiar
singular {m}  :: singular
singularidad {f}  :: singularity
singularidad desnuda {f}  :: naked singularity
singularmente {adv}  :: singularly, particularly
singularísimo {adj}  :: superlative of singular
singulto {m}  :: hiccup
singulto {m}  :: sob
sinhogarismo {m}  :: homelessness
siniestra {f}  :: left hand
siniestrado {adj}  :: injured
siniestrado {adj}  :: damaged, wrecked
siniestral {adj} [attributive]  :: accident
siniestralidad {f}  :: accident rate
siniestro {adj}  :: left, left-hand (direction)
siniestro {adj}  :: sinister
siniestro {adj}  :: unhappy
siniestro {adj}  :: malicious, evil
siniestro {adj} [heraldry]  :: sinister, sinistral
siniestro {m}  :: accident, catastrophe, disaster
sin ir más lejos {adv} [idiomatic]  :: as a matter of fact; actually
sinistrorso {adj}  :: counterclockwise, anticlockwise, widdershins
sinker {m} [baseball]  :: sinker
sin lugar a dudas {adv} [idiomatic]  :: without a doubt
sinónimo {adj}  :: synonymous
sinónimo {m}  :: synonym
sin ánimo de ofender {phrase}  :: no offense
sinnúmero {m}  :: huge number; countless number
si no {prep}  :: if not
si no {prep}  :: otherwise
sino {m}  :: destiny, fate, lot
sino {m}  :: Chinese
sino {conj}  :: but [after a negative clause] (i.e., "but rather", "but only", or "but rather only")
sino {conj}  :: except, apart from
sino {conj}  :: only, solely
sinople {adj} [heraldry]  :: vert
sinopsis {f}  :: synopsis
si no quieres caldo, taza y media {phrase}  :: it never rains but it pours
sinovial {adj}  :: synovial
sinovitis {f} [pathology]  :: synovitis
sinpa {m} [colloquial]  :: the act of not paying for something, especially in a restaurant
sin par {adj}  :: one-of-a-kind, unparalleled, unique
sin querer {adv}  :: inadvertently, unintentionally
sin querer queriendo {adv} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: accidentally on purpose
sinrazón {f}  :: injustice, misdeed
sin remedio {adv}  :: irredeemably, necessarily, obligatorily
sinérgico {adj}  :: synergistic
sinsabor {m}  :: chagrin
sinsabor {m}  :: trouble, difficulty
sinsentido {m}  :: meaninglessness
sinsonte {m} [Cuba, Honduras, Mexico]  :: alternative form of cenzontle
sin tacto {adv}  :: without tact; tactlessly
sintagma {m} [linguistics, syntax]  :: phrase, syntagma
sintagma determinante {m} [grammar]  :: determiner phrase
sintagma nominal {m} [grammar]  :: noun phrase
sintagma preposicional {m} [grammar]  :: prepositional phrase
sintagma verbal {m} [grammar]  :: verb phrase
sin tardanza {adv}  :: with no further ado
sintasa {f} [enzyme]  :: synthase
sintaxis {f}  :: syntax
sintácticamente {adv}  :: syntactically
sintáctico {adj}  :: syntactic
sintecho {m}  :: homeless person
sintetasa {f} [enzyme]  :: synthetase
sintetizador {m}  :: synthesiser
sintetizar {v}  :: to synthesize
sintiente {adj}  :: sentient
sintón {m} [chemistry]  :: synthon
sintomatología {f}  :: symptomatology
sintomático {adj}  :: symptomatic
sintonía {f}  :: syntony
sintonía {f}  :: tuning
sintonía {f}  :: jingle
sintonizador {m}  :: tuner (TV or radio)
sintonizar {v}  :: to tune in (radio or TV)
sintoísmo {m}  :: Shinto (religion)
sintoísta {adj}  :: Shintoist
sintoísta {mf}  :: Shintoist
sintéticamente {adv}  :: synthetically
sintético {adj}  :: synthetic
sinuosidad {f}  :: windiness, sinuosity
sinuoso {adj}  :: windy, winding
sinuplastia {f} [surgery]  :: sinuplasty
sinusal {adj}  :: sinus
sinusoidal {adj}  :: sinusoidal
sin venir a cuento {adv} [idiomatic]  :: for no reason whatever; for the sake of it
sinvergüencería {f}  :: synonym of sinvergonzonería
sinvergüenza {mf}  :: scoundrel
sinvergüenza {f} [Costa Rica]  :: shamelessness
sinvergüenzura {mf}  :: an act of shamelessness or acted by a sinvergüenza
sinvergonzón {m}  :: augmentative of sinvergüenza
sinvergonzonería {f}  :: impudence, shamelessness
Sion {prop} [Christianity]  :: Zion
sionismo {m}  :: Zionism
sionista {mf}  :: Zionist
sioux {mf}  :: Sioux
sioux {prop} {m}  :: the Sioux language
sioux {adj}  :: Sioux
sip {interj} [colloquial]  :: yep, yeah, uh-huh
sipi {interj}  :: yep, yup
siquiatra {mf}  :: alternative spelling of psiquiatra
siquiatría {f}  :: alternative spelling of psiquiatría
siquiera {adv}  :: at least, at the least
siquiera {adv}  :: (when used in the negative) even
siquiera {conj}  :: if only
siquiátrico {adj}  :: synonym of psiquiátrico
sirena {f}  :: siren (device)
sirena {f}  :: mermaid
sirenita {f}  :: diminutive of sirena
sirga {f}  :: towrope
Siria {prop} {f}  :: Syria
siriómetro {m}  :: siriometer
sirimiri {m}  :: drizzle (light rain)
siringomielia {f} [medicine]  :: syringomyelia
sirio {adj}  :: Syrian
sirio {m}  :: Syrian (A person from Syria or of Syrian descent)
Sirio {prop} {m} [astronomy]  :: Sirius (star)
sirirí {m}  :: whistling duck
siroco {m}  :: sirocco
sirope {m}  :: syrup
sirsasana {f} [yoga]  :: shirshasana
sirte {f}  :: A sandy reef that hinders the floating of ships
sirtuina {f} [enzyme]  :: sirtuin
sirvienta {f}  :: maid, (female) servant
sirviente {mf}  :: servant
sisa {f}  :: armhole (in clothing)
sisal {m}  :: sisal
sisar {v}  :: to filch, to steal in small quantities
sisear {v}  :: to hiss
siseo {m}  :: sss, hiss
sismógrafo {m}  :: seismograph, seismometer
sismicidad {f}  :: seismic activity
sismóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of sismólogo
sismólogo {m}  :: seismologist
sismómetro {m}  :: seismograph, seismometer
sismo {m}  :: earthquake
sismológico {adj}  :: seismologic
sismología {f}  :: seismology
sismorresistente {adj}  :: earthquake resistant
sistema {m}  :: system
sistema de alimentación ininterrumpido {m}  :: uninterruptible power supply
sistema de posicionamiento global {m} [cartography]  :: Global Positioning System, GPS
sistema digestivo {m}  :: digestive system
sistema inmunitario {m} [anatomy]  :: immune system
Sistema Internacional de Unidades {prop} {m}  :: International System of Units
sistema límbico {m}  :: limbic system
sistema nervioso {m}  :: nervous system
sistema operativo {m}  :: operating system
sistema planetario {m}  :: planetary system
sistema solar {m} [astronomy]  :: Solar System
sistematicidad {f}  :: systematicity
sistematización {f}  :: systematization
sistematizar {v}  :: to systematize
sistemismo {m}  :: systemism
sistemizador {m}  :: systemizer
sistemática {f}  :: systematics
sistemáticamente {adv}  :: systematically
sistemático {adj}  :: systematic
sistólico {adj}  :: systolic
sistémico {adj}  :: systemic
sistro {m} [musical instruments]  :: sistrum
sitar {m} [musical instruments]  :: sitar (Indian string instrument)
sitcom {m}  :: sitcom
sitial {m}  :: seat (of honour)
sitiar {v}  :: to besiege
siútico {adj} [Chile]  :: snobby
siútico {adj} [Chile]  :: weird
siútico {m} [Chile]  :: arriviste
siútico {m} [Chile]  :: snob
sitio {m}  :: place
sitio {m}  :: siege
sitio web {m}  :: web site
sito {adj} [formal]  :: located, situated
situación {f}  :: situation
situacional {adj}  :: situational
situacionista {adj}  :: situationist
situacionista {mf}  :: situationist
situado {adj}  :: located
situar {v}  :: to situate, to place, to put
situar {v}  :: to invest money
situarse {v}  :: to situate or place oneself
sixtoclementino {adj}  :: Sixto-Clementine
si y no {phrase}  :: yes and no (when answering a yes-no question, implies that the answer is relative and may be both yes and no)
si y no {phrase}  :: See: si y no
si yo te contara {phrase}  :: don't get me started
ska {m}  :: ska
skúa {m}  :: great skua, Stercorarius skua/Catharacta skua
skate {m}  :: skating, skateboarding
skateboard {m}  :: skateboard
skatebord {m}  :: skateboard
skater {m}  :: skater, skateboarder
sketch {m}  :: sketch (short comic work)
skimboard {m}  :: skimboarding
skinhead {mf}  :: skinhead
Skopie {prop}  :: Skopje (capital of Macedonia)
skyline {m}  :: skyline
SL {abbr}  :: San Luis Potosí (Mexican state)
SL {abbr}  :: Saarland, a federal state of Germany
SL {abbr}  :: South Sumatra, a province of Indonesia
sílaba {f}  :: syllable
slackline {m}  :: slackline
slap {m} [Peru]  :: flip-flop, thong [Australia], jandal [New Zealand]
slash {m} [punctuation]  :: slash
sílice {f}  :: silica
sólidamente {adv}  :: solidly
slider {m} [baseball]  :: slider
sólido {adj}  :: solid
sólido {adj}  :: strong, firm
sólido {m} [numismatics]  :: solidus
sólido {m}  :: solid
sólido arquimediano {m}  :: Archimedean solid
sólido de Arquímedes {m}  :: Archimedean solid
slip {m}  :: briefs, pants, men's underwear
slip {m}  :: knickers, panties [less usual meaning]
sólito {adj}  :: accustomed, used to
sólo {adv}  :: alternative spelling of solo
slogan {m}  :: slogan
slowcore {m}  :: slowcore
slugger {m} [baseball]  :: slugger
slugging {m} [baseball]  :: slugging
slump {m}  :: slump (decline)
sálvese quien pueda {interj}  :: every man for himself
sámara {f} [botany]  :: samara
smart {adj}  :: smart (with smart technology)
smartphone {m}  :: smartphone
smartwatch {m}  :: smartwatch
símbolo {m}  :: symbol
símbolo niceno {m}  :: The Nicene Creed
Símbolo niceno {m}  :: alternative case form of símbolo niceno
símil {adj}  :: similar
símil {m}  :: simile
sí mismo {pron}  :: oneself
smithiano {adj}  :: Smithian
súmmum {m}  :: height (e.g. of luxury)
smoking {m}  :: tuxedo, dinner jacket
sémola {f}  :: semolina, grits, meal (coarsely ground cereal)
Smolensk {prop} {m}  :: Smolensk (oblast)
Smolensk {prop} {m}  :: Smolensk (city/regional capital)
smoothie {m}  :: smoothie (beverage)
sms {m}  :: SMS, text
s/n {abbr}  :: abbreviation of sin número (used in postal addresses)
s/n {abbr}  :: abbreviation of sin nombre
SN {initialism} [grammar, syntax]  :: abbreviation of sintagma nominal
snack {m}  :: snack
snackbar {m}  :: snack bar
snap {m}  :: snap (photograph)
sónar {m}  :: sonar
Sánchez {prop}  :: surname
síncopa {f}  :: syncope
síncope {m} [pathology]  :: syncope
síncope {m} [phonetics]  :: syncope
síncrono {adj}  :: synchronous
sándalo {m}  :: sandalwood
síndica {f}  :: feminine of síndico
síndico {m}  :: receiver (person who acts as trustee for a bankrupt)
síndico {m}  :: syndic
síndrome {m}  :: syndrome
síndrome de Estocolmo {m} [psychology]  :: Stockholm syndrome
síndrome de inmunodeficiencia adquirida {m} [pathology]  :: acquired immune deficiency syndrome
síndrome de Münchhausen {m}  :: Münchausen syndrome
sánduche {m} [Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia]  :: alternative form of sándwich
sándwich {m}  :: sandwich
Séneca {prop} {m}  :: Seneca (Roman cognomen)
sínfisis {f}  :: symphysis
sánguche {m} [Peru, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: alternative form of sándwich
sónico {adj}  :: sonic
snif {interj}  :: boo hoo
sénior {adj}  :: senior
sénior {m}  :: senior
snobismo {m}  :: snobbery
snocross {m}  :: snocross
sínodo {m}  :: synod
snorkel {m}  :: snorkel
snorkel {m}  :: snorkelling
snowboard {m}  :: snowboarding
snowboarder {m}  :: snowboarder
snowcross {m}  :: snocross
sánscrito {adj}  :: Sanskrit
sánscrito {m}  :: Sanskrit
síntesis {f}  :: synthesis
síntesis {f}  :: summary
síntoma {m}  :: symptom
snuff {m}  :: snuff (film of death)
so {prep}  :: under
so {pron}  :: you [emphatic, derogatory]
so {interj} [United States, Puerto Rico, El Salvador]  :: so
so {interj}  :: whoa!
so- {prefix}  :: sub-
SO {abbr}  :: Sonora (Mexican state)
soñado {adj}  :: dream-
soñador {adj}  :: dreaming
soñador {m}  :: dreamer
soñadora {f}  :: feminine noun of soñador
soñar {v} [con, en]  :: to dream (of/about)
sobaco {m} [anatomy]  :: armpit
sobadito {m}  :: diminutive of sobado
sobado {m}  :: A type of butter cake
sobaquera {f} [clothing]  :: armhole [of a garment]
sobaquera {f} [clothing]  :: armhole reinforcement
sobaquera {f} [clothing]  :: underarm shield [to protect clothing against sweat]
sobaquera {f} [food]  :: large tortilla made of wheat flour and water
sobar {v}  :: to knead
sobar {v}  :: to hit or strike punishingly
sobar {v}  :: to fondle; feel up; grope
soberanía {f}  :: sovereignty
soberana {f}  :: feminine noun of soberano
soberanamente {adv}  :: regally, royally
soberanismo {m}  :: sovereignism
soberanista {adj}  :: sovereigntist
soberano {adj}  :: sovereign
soberano {m}  :: sovereign
soberbia {f}  :: haughtiness
soberbia {f}  :: arrogance
soberbiamente {adv}  :: haughtily; arrogantly
soberbio {adj}  :: haughty
soberbio {adj}  :: arrogant
soberbio {adj}  :: angry
sobornar {v}  :: to bribe
soborno {m}  :: bribery
soborno {m}  :: bribe
sobra {f}  :: surplus, excess, extra
sobra {f} [in the plural]  :: leftovers, leavings
sobra {f}  :: rubbish, trash
sobradamente {adv}  :: too much, excessively, overly
sobrante {adj}  :: superfluous, surplus
sobrar {v}  :: to be superfluous; to be left over or extra
sobrasada {f}  :: sobrassada
sobre {prep}  :: over, above, on, upon, atop
sobre {prep}  :: about
sobre {m}  :: envelope
sobre- {prefix}  :: over-
sobreactuación {f}  :: overacting
sobreactuar {vi}  :: to overact, to ham it up
sobreaforo {m}  :: overcrowding
sobrealimentado {adj}  :: overfed
sobrealimentar {v}  :: to overfeed
sobrebarriga {f} [beef]  :: A beef bavette, a flank steak
sobrecalentamiento {m}  :: overheating
sobrecalentar {v}  :: to overheat
sobrecama {f}  :: coverlet, bedspread
sobrecama {f}  :: blanket
sobrecapacidad {f}  :: overcapacity, excess capacity
sobrecarga {f}  :: overload
sobrecargado {adj}  :: overloaded
sobrecargar {v}  :: to overload
sobrecargo {m}  :: overcharge
sobrecargo {m}  :: overbearing
sobrecogedor {adj}  :: shocking; horrific
sobrecogedor {adj}  :: impressive; awesome
sobrecoger {v}  :: to surprise, to catch in the act
sobrecoger {v}  :: to scare
sobrecogimiento {m}  :: fright
sobrecoste {m}  :: extra charge
sobrecosto {m}  :: cost overrun
sobrecriminalización {f}  :: overcriminalisation
sobrecualificación {f}  :: overqualification
sobrecualificado {adj}  :: overqualified
sobrecubierta {f}  :: Dust jacket
sobrecumplimiento {m}  :: overachievement
sobrecumplir {v}  :: to overachieve
sobredicho {adj}  :: said before, said previously
sobredimensión {f}  :: excessive size
sobredimensionar {vt}  :: to overblow, to exaggerate the significance of
sobredosis {f}  :: overdose
sobredotado {adj}  :: super-gifted
sobreendeudamiento {m}  :: excessive debt
sobreentender {v}  :: to understand (something not implicitly stated)
sobreescribir {v}  :: to overwrite
sobreesdrújula {f}  :: alternative form of sobresdrújula
sobreesdrújulo {adj}  :: alternative form of sobresdrújulo
sobreestimación {f}  :: overestimate
sobreestimar {v}  :: to overestimate
sobreestimular {v}  :: to overstimulate
sobreexplotación {f}  :: overexploitation
sobreexplotar {vt}  :: overexploit, overuse [especially a natural resource]
sobreexplotar {vt}  :: overwork
sobreexposición {f}  :: overexposure
sobrefacturación {f}  :: overbilling
sobrefinanciación {f}  :: overfunding
sobregirar {v}  :: to overdraw
sobregiro {m} [banking]  :: overdraft
sobrehuipil {m}  :: A cloak worn over a huipil
sobrehumano {adj}  :: superhuman
sobreimpresión {f}  :: overprint
sobreimpreso {adj}  :: superimposed
sobreinterpretación {f}  :: overinterpretation
sobrellenar {v}  :: to overfill
sobrellevar {vt}  :: to endure, to bear
sobremanera {adv}  :: greatly, exceedingly, highly
sobremesa {f}  :: tablecloth
sobremesa {f}  :: (time spent at the table after eating)
sobremesa {f} [computing]  :: desktop
sobremesa {f} [obsolete]  :: dessert
sobremordida {f}  :: overbite
sobrenatural {adj}  :: supernatural
sobrenombre {m}  :: nickname
sobrentender {v}  :: alternative form of sobreentender
sobrenutrición {f}  :: overnutrition
sobreoferta {f}  :: surplus
sobreoxigenado {adj}  :: overoxygenated
sobrepagado {adj}  :: overpaid
sobrepantalón {m}  :: overtrousers
sobrepasar {v}  :: to surpass
sobrepastoreo {m}  :: overgrazing
sobrepeso {m}  :: overweight
sobrepoblación {f}  :: overpopulation
sobreponderación {f}  :: overweight; excessive weighting
sobreponer {v}  :: to superimpose
sobreponerse {v}  :: reflexive of sobreponer, to defy something, to flout something
sobreprecio {m}  :: increase in price
sobreprecio {m}  :: surcharge
sobrepresión {f}  :: overpressure
sobreprotección {f}  :: overprotection
sobreprotector {adj}  :: overprotective
sobreproteger {v}  :: to overprotect
sobrequilla {m} [nautical]  :: keelson
sobrero {m} [bullfighting]  :: reserve bull
sobrerreacción {f}  :: overreaction
sobrerreaccionar {v}  :: to overreact
sobrerregulación {f}  :: overregulation
sobrerrepresentación {f}  :: overrepresentation
sobrerrepresentado {adj}  :: overrepresented
sobrerropa {f}  :: overalls
sobrerropa {f}  :: overcoat
sobre ruedas {adv}  :: (of a project or activity) well, smoothly
sobreruedas {m} [Mexico]  :: flea market
sobresaliente {adj}  :: outstanding
sobresalientemente {adv}  :: fantastically, wonderfully
sobresalir {v}  :: to stick out (to extend beyond)
sobresalir {v}  :: to stick out (to be prominent or noticeable)
sobresalir {v}  :: to stand out
sobresaltar {v}  :: to spook
sobresalto {m}  :: jolt
sobresalto {m}  :: scare, fright
sobresaturado {adj}  :: oversaturated
sobrescribir {v}  :: to overwrite
sobresdrújula {f}  :: A word with stress or an acute accent in any position before the antepenultimate syllable
sobresdrújulo {adj}  :: Pertaining to a word with stress or an acute accent in any position before the antepenultimate syllable
sobreseer {vi}  :: to stay, to prolong
sobreseer {vi} [legal]  :: to dismiss a case or motion
sobreseimiento {m} [legal]  :: nolle prosequi, dismissal
sobresfuerzo {m}  :: overexertion
sobrestimar {v}  :: overestimate
sobrestimar {v}  :: overrate
sobresueldo {m}  :: bonus, allowance, extra pay
sobre todo {adv}  :: especially
sobretodo {m}  :: overalls
sobrevaloración {m}  :: overvaluation
sobrevalorar {v}  :: to overvalue
sobrevendir {v}  :: to oversell
sobrevenir {v}  :: to come up, arise, come forth, be brought about
sobrevida {f} [medical]  :: survival
sobreviraje {m}  :: oversteering
sobrevirar {v}  :: to oversteer
sobrevivencia {f}  :: alternative form of supervivencia
sobreviviente {adj}  :: surviving
sobreviviente {m}  :: survivor
sobrevivir {v}  :: to survive
sobrevolar {vt}  :: to fly over
sobrevuelo {m}  :: flyby
sobrevuelo {m}  :: overfly
sobrexplotación {f}  :: overexploitation
sobrexposición {f}  :: overexhibition
sobriamente {adv}  :: soberly, moderately, temperately
sobriamente {adv}  :: concisely
sobriedad {f}  :: sobriety, temperance
sobrina {f}  :: niece
sobrina nieta {m}  :: grandniece
sobrino {m}  :: nephew
sobrino {m}  :: nibling
sobrino nieto {m}  :: grandnephew
sobrio {adj}  :: sober (not drunken)
sobrio {adj}  :: moderate
soca {f}  :: soca
socarrar {v}  :: to singe; burn
socarrat {m} [cooking]  :: The layer of toasted rice at the bottom of a paella
socarrón {adj}  :: mocking, snide, sarcastic
socarro {adj} [archaic]  :: mocking, snide, sarcastic
socarronamente {adv}  :: surlily
socarronería {f}  :: irony, snideness
socavar {v}  :: to undermine
socavar {v}  :: to burrow
socavón {m}  :: hole, hollow
Sochi {prop} {m}  :: Sochi (city in Russia)
socia {f}  :: member
socia {f} [Spain, colloquial]  :: whore, hooker
sociabilidad {f}  :: sociability
sociable {adj}  :: sociable
social {adj}  :: social
socialcristiana {f}  :: Christian Socialist
socialcristiano {m}  :: Christian Socialist
socialdemócrata {adj}  :: social democrat
socialdemócrata {mf}  :: social democrat
socialdemocracia {f}  :: social democracy
socialidad {f}  :: sociality
socialismo {m}  :: socialism
socialismo democrático {m}  :: democratic socialism
socialista {adj}  :: socialist
socialista {mf}  :: socialist
socialité {f}  :: socialite; It girl
socialite {mf}  :: socialite
socialización {f}  :: nationalization (act of making private assets public)
socializador {adj}  :: socializing
socializar {v}  :: to socialize (to interact socially with)
socializar {v}  :: to socialize, nationalize (to make a private company part of the government)
socialmente {adv}  :: socially
sociata {adj} [pejorative]  :: socialist
sociata {mf} [pejorative]  :: socialist
sociedad {f}  :: society, social order, community
sociedad {f}  :: high society
sociedad {f}  :: company, firm, corporation
sociedad {f}  :: association, partnership
Sociedad de Naciones {prop} {f}  :: League of Nations (international organization)
societal {adj}  :: societal
societario {adj}  :: societal
societario {adj} [attributive]  :: corporate, corporation
socióloga {f}  :: sociologist
sociólogo {m}  :: sociologist
socimi {f}  :: real estate investment trust
socio {m}  :: partner
socio {m}  :: member
socio {m} [colloquial]  :: buddy, mate
sociobiología {f}  :: sociobiology
sociocultural {adj}  :: sociocultural
socioeconómico {adj}  :: socioeconomic
socioeducativo {adj}  :: socio-educational
sociolecto {m}  :: sociolect
sociológicamente {adv}  :: sociologically
sociológico {adj}  :: sociological
sociolingüístico {adj}  :: sociolinguistic
sociología {f}  :: sociology
sociopatía {f}  :: sociopathy
sociopolítico {adj}  :: sociopolitical
sociorracial {adj}  :: socioracial
sociosanitario {adj}  :: public health
sociotecnológica {f}  :: sociotechnology
sociovergente {mf}  :: A member of the elite who control present-day Catalonia
sociovergente {adj}  :: of or pertaining to the elite who have most of the power over Catalonia
sociópata {mf}  :: sociopath
socollón {m} [Costa Rica]  :: Violent shaking, earthquake, or upheaval
soconostle {m}  :: alternative form of xoconostle
socorrer {v}  :: to assist, to help, to succor, to aid
socorrer {v}  :: to pay on account
socorrismo {m}  :: life-saving
socorrista {mf}  :: lifeguard
socorro {interj}  :: help!
socorro {m}  :: help, aid
socoyote {m}  :: alternative form of xocoyote
socráticamente {adv}  :: Socratically
socrático {adj}  :: Socratic
soda {f}  :: soda (soft drink)
soda {f}  :: soda (sodium hydroxide)
soda {f} [Costa Rica, Panama, rarely in United States]  :: cheap, casual restaurant
sodio {m}  :: sodium
sodomía {f}  :: sodomy
Sodoma {prop} {f}  :: Sodom
sodomización {f}  :: sodomization
sodomizar {v}  :: to sodomize
soez {adj}  :: coarse, vulgar
sofá {m}  :: sofa, couch
Sofía {prop} {f}  :: Sofia (the capital city of Bulgaria)
Sofía {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to Sophia
sofisma {f}  :: sophism
sofisticación {f}  :: sophistication
sofisticadamente {adv}  :: sophisticatedly
sofisticado {adj}  :: sophisticated
sofisticar {v}  :: to sophisticate
sofito {m} [architecture]  :: soffit
soflama {f}  :: outburst
sofocación {f}  :: suffocation
sofocante {adj}  :: suffocating
sofocante {adj}  :: stifling
sofocar {v}  :: to suffocate
sofocarse {v}  :: reflexive of sofocar
sofocón {m}  :: grief, distress
sofoco {m}  :: hot flash
Sofonías {prop} {m} [bible]  :: Zephaniah (the book of the Bible)
sofrenar {vt}  :: to rein in
sofreír {v}  :: to fry lightly
sofrito {m}  :: sofrito
sofrología {f}  :: sophrology
sofísticamente {adv}  :: sophisticatedly
softbol {m}  :: softball
softbolista {mf}  :: softballer
software {m} [computing]  :: software (encoded computer instructions)
soga {f}  :: rope
soga {f}  :: noose
soga {f} [figuratively]  :: A sly or cunning person
Sogdiana {prop} {f}  :: Sogdiana (an ancient Iranian-speaking civilization)
sogún {m}  :: shogun
soja {f}  :: soya, soybean
soja {f}  :: soy (soy sauce)
sojuzgamiento {m}  :: subjugation
sojuzgar {v}  :: to subjugate
sol {m}  :: sun
sol {m}  :: sunlight
sol {m}  :: sunny side [of a place]
sol {m}  :: daylight (time between sunrise and sunset)
sol {m}  :: sol (a unit of currency, currently used in Peru)
sol {m}  :: sol [musical note]
sol {m} [chemistry]  :: sol (a colloid suspension of a solid in a liquid)
Sol {prop} {m}  :: the Sun
solador {m}  :: tiler
solamente {adv}  :: only, alone, merely
solana {f}  :: strong sunshine
solana {f}  :: suntrap, sunny spot, sunny side, sunny place
solana {f}  :: sun terrace
solana {f}  :: sunny balcony
solana {f}  :: solarium
solanácea {f}  :: nightshade
solapa {f}  :: lapel
solapa {f}  :: inside flap of a book cover (typically containing a summary or information about the author)
solapamiento {m}  :: overlap
solapar {v}  :: to overlap
solapar {v} [figuratively]  :: to cover up
solar {m}  :: house (of a family), noble lineage
solar {m} [Cuba]  :: tenement house
solar {m}  :: ground, land
solar {v}  :: to pave
solar {v}  :: to sole a shoe
solar {adj}  :: solar
solario {m}  :: Variant of solárium
solaz {f}  :: solace
solazarse {vr}  :: to take pleasure, to relax
solazo {m}  :: bright, burning sun
solícito {adj}  :: solicitous
soldada {f}  :: salary
soldada {f}  :: feminine of soldado, female soldier
soldadesco {adj} [attributive]  :: soldier
soldadito {m}  :: army man, plastic soldier (toy)
soldadito {m} [Honduras]  :: blackbird (bird of the family Icteridae)
soldadito {m}  :: diminutive of soldado little soldier
soldado {mf}  :: soldier
soldador {m}  :: welder
soldador {m}  :: soldering iron
soldado raso {m} [military ranks]  :: private
soldadura {f}  :: soldering
soldadura {f}  :: welding
soldar {v}  :: to weld
soldar {v}  :: to solder
soleado {adj}  :: sunny
soleamiento {m}  :: sunlight (especially, sunlight in a building)
solear {vr}  :: to sunbathe
solear {v}  :: to sun, put in the sun
soledad {f}  :: solitude
Soledad {prop} {f}  :: given name
soledumbre {f} [obsolete]  :: solitude, loneliness
solemne {adj}  :: solemn
solemnemente {adv}  :: solemnly
solemnidad {f}  :: solemnity
solemnidad {f}  :: festiveness
solemnizar {v}  :: to solemnize (to make solemn or official)
solemnizar {v}  :: to celebrate
solenoide {m}  :: solenoid
solense {m}  :: Club Sol de América player
soler {v} [auxiliary]  :: to be accustomed to doing something, to do something on a regular basis
soler {v} [auxiliary]  :: to tend to
soler {v} [imperfect]  :: used to
solera {f}  :: solera
solera {f}  :: vintage (wine)
soleta {f}  :: patch (for clothing)
soleta {f}  :: ladyfinger (biscuit)
solevar {v}  :: to push up
solevar {v}  :: to revolt
solfa {m}  :: sol-fa
solfear {v}  :: to sol-fa
solfeo {m}  :: sol-fa
solicitante {mf}  :: applicant
solicitar {v}  :: to request
solicitar {v}  :: to ask for, to solicit
solicitar {v} [physics]  :: to attract
solicitud {f}  :: application
solicitud {f}  :: solicitation
solicitud {f}  :: survey
solidar {v}  :: to consolidate
solidar {v}  :: to harden
solidariamente {adv}  :: jointly
solidaridad {f}  :: solidarity
solidario {adj}  :: solidary
solidarizar {v}  :: to unite, to bring together
solideo {m}  :: zucchetto
solidez {f}  :: solidness
solidificación {f}  :: freezing, solidification
solidificar {v}  :: to solidify
soliloquio {m}  :: soliloquy
solipsismo {m}  :: solipsism (theory)
solista {mf} [music]  :: soloist
solitario {adj}  :: lonely
solitario {m}  :: solitaire (card game)
solitario {m}  :: solitaire (bird)
solitón {m} [physics, mathematics]  :: soliton
solito {adj}  :: diminutive of solo
solitud {f}  :: solitude
soliviantar {v}  :: to rouse, stir up, incite
soliviantar {v}  :: to change (someone's) emotional state (in various different ways)
sollozar {v}  :: to sob
sollozo {m}  :: sob
Solón {prop} {m}  :: Solon (statesman and lawgiver)
solo {adj}  :: sole, only, unique, single
solo {adj}  :: lonely, lonesome
solo {adj}  :: alone, by oneself
solo {adv}  :: only, solely, just
Sololá {prop}  :: Sololá (department)
sololoy {m} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: celluloid
solomillo {m}  :: sirloin (cut of beef)
solomo {m}  :: sirloin
solárium {m}  :: sunroom, solarium
solsticio {m}  :: solstice
solístico {adj}  :: soloistic
soltar {v}  :: to release
soltar {v}  :: to let go
soltar {v}  :: to let loose (release from restraint)
soltar {v}  :: to give (a hit)
soltar en banda {vt} [idiom, Caribbean]  :: to leave (someone)
soltar en banda {vt} [idiom, Caribbean]  :: to leave (someone) alone
soltar en banda {vt} [idiom, Caribbean]  :: to stay away from someone
soltarse {v}  :: reflexive of soltar
soltera {f}  :: bachelorette
soltería {f}  :: singlehood
solterón {m} [pejorative]  :: confirmed bachelor, old bachelor (older man uninterested in committed relationships)
soltero {adj}  :: single, unmarried
soltero {m}  :: bachelor
soltero {m}  :: bachelorette
solterona {f} [pejorative]  :: spinster, old maid (A woman who has never been married, especially one past the normal marrying age according to social traditions)
solterísimo {adj}  :: superlative of soltero
soltura {f}  :: fluency
soltura {f}  :: looseness
solubilidad {f}  :: solubility
solubilizar {v}  :: to solubilize
soluble {adj}  :: soluble
solución {f}  :: solution
solución de continuidad {f} [idiom]  :: pause, break, interruption
solucionar {v}  :: to solve; to implement a solution
solucionarse {v}  :: reflexive of solucionar
solucionista {mf}  :: solver, troubleshooter
solvencia {f} [finance]  :: solvency
solvencia {f}  :: clearance
solvencia crediticia {f}  :: credit rating
solventar {v}  :: to solve, settle
solvente {adj}  :: solvent
solver {v} [obsolete]  :: to solve
sol y sombra {m}  :: A cocktail made with cognac and anisette
somalí {adj}  :: Somali
somalí {mf}  :: Somali
Somalia {prop} {f}  :: Somalia
Somalilandia {prop}  :: Somaliland
somanta {f} [colloquial]  :: beating, kicking
somatizar {v}  :: to externalize
somatología {f}  :: somatology
somatosensorial {adj}  :: somatosensorial
somatostatina {f} [hormone]  :: somatostatin
somatotropina {f} [hormone]  :: somatotrophin
somatotropo {adj}  :: somatotrophic
sombra {f}  :: shade
sombra {f}  :: shadow
sombra {f}  :: ghost
sombra de ojos {f}  :: eye shadow
sombrar {v}  :: to overshadow, adumbrate
sombrear {v}  :: to shade
sombrerazo {m}  :: tip of the hat
sombrerera {f}  :: hatbox
sombrerería {f}  :: a shop were hats are being sold
sombrerero {m}  :: hatter
sombrerito {m}  :: diminutive of sombrero
sombrero {m}  :: hat
sombrero de paja toquilla {m}  :: Panama hat
sombrero de paja-toquilla {m}  :: alternative spelling of sombrero de paja toquilla
sombrero Panamá {m}  :: Panama hat
sombrilla {f}  :: sunshade
sombrilla {f}  :: parasol
sombrío {adj}  :: shady, umbrageous
sombrío {adj}  :: gloomy, dark
somero {adj}  :: light, calm
sometedor {adj}  :: subduing
someter {v}  :: to subdue, to quell, to conquer
someter {v}  :: to subject to
someter {v}  :: to subordinate, to put under the control of
someter {v}  :: to submit, to put forward (an opinion)
someterse {v}  :: reflexive of someter
sometido {adj}  :: submissive, subordinate
sometimiento {m}  :: subjugation, submission
somier {m}  :: base of the bed, bedframe
sommelier {m}  :: sommelier
somnífero {adj}  :: soporific
somnífero {m}  :: soporific, sleeping pill
somniloquia {f}  :: somniloquism; sleeptalking
somnolencia {m}  :: drowsiness, sleepiness
somnoliento {adj}  :: sleepy
somnoliento {adj}  :: somniferous, soporific
somocismo {m}  :: Support of Anastasio Somoza García or his ideologies
somocismo {m}  :: The state of Nicaragua under the dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza García (between 1934 and 1979)
somocista {adj}  :: pro-Anastasio Somoza García
somocista {mf}  :: A supporter of Anastasio Somoza García or his ideologies
somorgujar {v}  :: to submerge; dive; dive down
somorgujón {m}  :: alternative spelling of somorgujo
somorgujo {m}  :: grebe
somormujo {m}  :: alternative spelling of somorgujo
somormujo lavanco {m}  :: great crested grebe
sompesar {v}  :: synonym of sopesar
somático {adj}  :: somatic
son {m}  :: A pleasant sound, tone
son {m}  :: An Afro-Cuban musical form
son {m}  :: A musical composition in this form
son- {prefix}  :: sub-; under
sonado {adj}  :: much talked-about
sonador {adj}  :: sound-producing
sonaja {f}  :: rattle
sonajero {m}  :: rattle (baby's toy)
sonambulismo {m}  :: somnambulism, sleepwalking
sonante {adj}  :: sonant, sounding
sonante {adj} [phonetics]  :: voiced
sonar {v}  :: to sound, to ring
sonar {v} [figuratively]  :: to ring a bell, to be familiar
sonar {vr}  :: [figuratively] to blow one's nose
sonar la flauta {v} [idiomatic]  :: to fluke
sonarse {v}  :: reflexive of sonar
sonarse la nariz {v}  :: to blow one's nose
sonata {f}  :: sonata
sonda {f}  :: probe
sondar {v}  :: to sound
sondear {v}  :: to sound (to test with a probe)
sondeo {m}  :: survey, poll
sondeo {m}  :: sounding, probing
sondeo a pie de urna {m}  :: exit poll
sonero {m}  :: sonero
soneto {m}  :: sonnet
Sonia {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to Sonya
sonidista {mf}  :: sound technician
sonidito {m}  :: diminutive of sonido
sonido {m}  :: A sound, noise
sonido {m}  :: A tone
sonido de bip {m}  :: A beep (sound)
sonámbula {f}  :: feminine noun of sonámbulo
sonámbulo {m}  :: somnambulist, sleepwalker
sonografía {f}  :: sonography, ultrasonography
sonografía {f}  :: sonography, night writing
Sonora {prop} {f}  :: Sonora (state)
sonoramente {adv}  :: loudly, noisily
sonoramente {adv}  :: sonorously
sonorense {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Sonora
sonoridad {f}  :: loudness
sonoridad {f} [countable]  :: sound
sonorización {f}  :: sonorization
sonorizar {v}  :: to soundtrack
sonorizar {v}  :: to put in a sound system
sonorizar {v} [linguistics]  :: to voice
sonoro {adj}  :: audible
sonoro {adj}  :: sonorous
sonoro {adj} [Linguistics]  :: vocalised
sonreír {v}  :: to smile
sonriente {adj}  :: smiling
sonrisa {f}  :: smile
sonrizón {m}  :: superlative of sonrisa; grin, cheeser
sonrojante {adj}  :: embarrassing
sonrojar {v}  :: to cause to blush
sonrosar {vt}  :: to color pink
sonsacar {v}  :: to elicit, draw out (information)
sonsonete {m}  :: A noise or sound composed of repeated tapping or a similar jarring motion
sonsonetudo {m}  :: pejorative of sonsonete
soñolencia {m}  :: drowsiness, sleepiness
soñoliente {adj}  :: sleepy; drowsy
soñoliento {adj}  :: sleepy
soñoliento {adj}  :: somniferous, soporific
sopa {f}  :: soup
sopa {f} [Mexico]  :: noodles
sopaipa {f}  :: sopaipilla
sopaipilla {f}  :: sopaipilla
sopanda {f}  :: brace, crossbeam
sopanda {f} [New Mexico]  :: spring
sopapa {f} [Chile]  :: A toilet plunger
sopapo {m}  :: smack, whack
sopar {v}  :: to make soup
sopera {f}  :: soup tureen
sopesar {v}  :: to evaluate
sopetón {n}  :: only in de sopetón
sopicaldo {m}  :: broth with sop
sopicaldo {m}  :: excessively clear soup
soplado {adj}  :: very clean
soplador {m}  :: blower
soplador {m}  :: blowpipe (of bagpipes)
soplagaitas {m}  :: buffoon; idiot
soplamocos {m}  :: hit in the face
soplapollas {m} [vulgar]  :: twat; dick; dickhead (idiot)
soplapollez {f} [vulgar]  :: asshattery
soplar {v}  :: to blow
soplar {v}  :: to tattle, to snitch
soplar {v}  :: to whisper
soplar {v}  :: to prompt
soplar {v}  :: to inspire
soplete {m}  :: blowtorch
soplete {m}  :: spray gun
soplido {m}  :: a strong burst of air
soplón {m}  :: informer, tattler
soplo {m}  :: a sigh, a puff
soplo {m}  :: an exhalation
soplona {f}  :: feminine noun of soplón
soponcio {m} [colloquial]  :: swoon, faint, anguish
sopor {m}  :: drowsiness
soporífero {adj}  :: soporific
soporífico {adj}  :: soporific
soportable {adj}  :: tolerable, bearable
soportal {m}  :: porch
soportal {m} [in plural]  :: arcade, collonade
soportar {v}  :: to support a weight or load
soportar {v}  :: to put up with, tolerate
soportarse {v}  :: reflexive of soportar
soporte {m}  :: support, strut, pillar
soporte {m}  :: mount, mounting
soporte {m} [heraldry]  :: supporter
soporte vital {m}  :: life support
soprano {mf}  :: soprano (singer)
soprano {m}  :: soprano (pitch)
sor {f} [religion]  :: sister
sorabo {adj}  :: Sorbian
sorabo {m}  :: Sorbian language
Soraya {prop} {f}  :: given name
sorbato {m} [organic compound]  :: sorbate
sorber {v}  :: to sip, to suck
sorber {v}  :: to absorb, to suck in, to soak up
sorber {v} [figuratively]  :: to swallow
sorbete {m} [uncountable, El Salvador]  :: ice-cream
sorbete {m} [countable, Puerto Rico]  :: drinking straw
sorbetería {f}  :: sorbet or ice cream shop
sorbitol {m} [organic compound]  :: sorbitol
sorbo {m}  :: sip
Sorbona {prop} {f}  :: Sorbonne
sorbosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: sorbose
sordera {f}  :: deafness
sordidez {f}  :: sordidness
sordina {f} [music]  :: mute; muffler
sordo {adj}  :: deaf
sordo {adj} [of a sound]  :: dull, muted
sordo {adj} [phonetics]  :: voiceless
sordo {m}  :: deaf person
sordoceguera {f}  :: deafblindness
sordociego {adj}  :: deafblind
sordociego {m}  :: a deafblind person
sordomudo {adj}  :: deaf and dumb; deaf-mute
sordomudo {m}  :: deaf-mute
soredio {m} [lichenology]  :: soredium
sorgo {m}  :: sorghum
Soria {prop} {f}  :: Soria (province)
Soria {prop} {f}  :: Soria (city)
soriano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the province of Soria
soriano {m}  :: Native or resident of Soria, a Spanish province
sorna {f}  :: sarcasm, irony
soro {m} [botany]  :: sorus
soroche {m}  :: altitude sickness, mountain sickness
soroche {m} [Chile, Peru, mineral]  :: galena
sororidad {f}  :: sorority
sororidad {f}  :: a female fraternity; a sisterhood (a fraternal group composed exclusively of females)
sororidad {f}  :: a social organization of female students at a college or university; usually identified by Greek letters
sorosilicato {m}  :: sorosilicate
sorpasso {m} [politics]  :: coalition of left-wing parties
sorprendente {adj}  :: surprising
sorprendentemente {adv}  :: surprisingly
sorprender {v}  :: to surprise
sorprenderse {v}  :: reflexive of sorprender
sorprendido {adj}  :: surprised
sorpresa {f}  :: surprise (something not expected)
sorpresita {f}  :: diminutive of sorpresa
sorpresivamente {adv}  :: surprisingly
sorpresivo {adj}  :: surprising
sortear {v}  :: to raffle off, draw lots
sortear {v}  :: to avoid, come around (an obstacle or a danger), get round
sorteo {m}  :: lottery, raffle
sortija {f}  :: ring (round piece worn around the finger)
sortija {f}  :: a Spanish guessing game
sortija {f} [Argentina]  :: A game played by gauchos where they try to catch a suspended ring while galloping on horseback
sortilegio {m}  :: magical spell
sortilegio {m}  :: sorcery, witchcraft
sí o sí {adv} [idiomatic]  :: definitely, no matter what
sosa {f}  :: sodium hydroxide, soda ash
sosa {f} [plant]  :: glasswort
Sosa {prop}  :: surname
sosaina {f} [colloquial]  :: pussy, wuss
sosegadamente {adv}  :: calmly, peacefully
sosegar {v}  :: to calm
sosegar {v}  :: to calm down
sosias {m}  :: double (a person resembling or standing for another)
sosiego {m}  :: calm, peace, serenity
soslayar {v}  :: to evade
soslayo {adj}  :: slanted
soso {adj}  :: dull (nor exciting)
soso {adj}  :: bland, tasteless (lacking taste)
sospecha {f}  :: suspicion
sospechar {v}  :: to suspect
sospecho {m}  :: suspicion
sospechosa {f}  :: feminine noun of sospechoso
sospechosamente {adv}  :: suspiciously
sospechoso {adj}  :: suspicious
sospechoso {m}  :: suspect
sostenedor {adj}  :: supporting
sostenedor {adj}  :: load bearing
sostenedor {m}  :: supporter (one who supports something)
sostener {v}  :: to hold, sustain
sostenerse {v}  :: reflexive of sostener
sostenibilidad {f}  :: sustainability
sostenible {adj}  :: sustainable
sostenidamente {adv}  :: sustainedly
sostenido {adj} [music]  :: sharp
sostenido {adj}  :: supported
sostenido {adj}  :: sustained
sostenido {adj}  :: sustainable
sostenimiento {m}  :: sustenace
sostenimiento {m}  :: sustaining
sostenimiento {m}  :: support
sostén {m}  :: support, prop
sostén {m}  :: bra, brassière
sostén {m}  :: sustenance, nourishment
sota {f} [card games]  :: jack
sota {f}  :: insolent woman
sotana {f}  :: cassock
sotavento {m}  :: leeward side
soterramiento {m}  :: burial
soterrar {v}  :: to bury underground, inter
Soto {prop}  :: surname
sotobosque {m}  :: undergrowth
sotol {m} [chiefly Mexico]  :: sotol (all senses)
soul {m}  :: soul, soul music
soulman {m}  :: soul singer
soundtrack {m}  :: soundtrack
souvenir {m}  :: souvenir
sovietismo {m}  :: Sovietism (belief or practice of the Soviets)
soviético {adj}  :: soviet
soya {f}  :: alternative form of soja
soyero {adj} [attributive]  :: soy; soya
soy inglesa {phrase}  :: I am English
soy inglés {phrase}  :: I am English
Soyuz {prop} {m}  :: Soyuz (a Soviet/Russian spacecraft)
síp {interj} [colloquial]  :: Yup or yep
spa {f}  :: spa
sépalo {m} [botany]  :: sepal
spam {m} [computing]  :: spam
spammer {m}  :: spammer
spamming {m}  :: spamming
spanglish {m}  :: alternative spelling of espanglish
sparring {m}  :: sparring
speaker {m}  :: speaker (in parliament)
spenceriano {adj}  :: Spencerian
spenseriano {adj}  :: Spenserian
súper {adj} [familiar]  :: superb, great
súper {m}  :: supermarket
Súper Tazón {prop} {m}  :: Super Bowl
spin {m}  :: spin
spinner {m}  :: fidget spinner
spinning {m}  :: spinning (indoor cycling)
súplica {f}  :: plea (appeal, petition, entreaty)
split {m}  :: splits
spoiler {m}  :: spoiler (document, review or comment that discloses the ending or some key surprise or twist in a story)
sponsor {m}  :: sponsor
Sporting {prop} {m}  :: Sporting de Gijón, a football team from Gijón, Spain
sportinguista {mf} [soccer]  :: A supporter, player or coach of Real Sporting de Gijón
spot {m}  :: advert, ad
spotter {m}  :: spotter
sprai {m}  :: rare form of espray
spray {m}  :: alternative form of espray
sprint {m}  :: sprint
séptico {adj}  :: septic
séptima {f}  :: feminine noun of séptimo
séptimo {adj}  :: seventh
séptimo {m}  :: seventh
spyware {m}  :: spyware
séquel {m}  :: sheqel
síquico {adj}  :: alternative spelling of psíquico
séquito {m}  :: entourage, retinue
Sr {m}  :: alternative form of Sr.
Sr. {m}  :: abbreviation of Señor; Mr.
Sra {f}  :: alternative spelling of Sra.
Sra. {f}  :: abbreviation of señora
sórbico {adj}  :: sorbic
súrculo {m}  :: Single stem of a tree or plant without branches
sórdido {adj}  :: sordid, dirty
sórdido {adj}  :: greedy
sírfido {m}  :: hoverfly
Sri Lanka {prop}  :: Sri Lanka
sármata {adj}  :: Sarmatian
sármata {mf}  :: Sarmatian
Srta {f}  :: alternative spelling of Srta.
Srta. {f}  :: abbreviation of señorita
sésamo {m}  :: sesame (plant)
SS. HH. {initialism}  :: toilet or toilets
sésil {adj} [zoology]  :: sessile
sésil {adj} [botany]  :: sessile
sísmicamente {adv}  :: seismically
sísmico {adj}  :: seismic
Sta. {f}  :: abbreviation of santa (saint)
stablishment {m}  :: establishment
staff {m}  :: staff (employees)
Stalingrado {prop} {f}  :: Stalingrad
stalinista {adj}  :: Stalinist
stalinista {mf}  :: Stalinist
stalkear {v}  :: to stalk on the Internet
stand {m}  :: stand (enclosed structure in the street)
standard {adj}  :: standard
standing {m}  :: status, standing, class
sótano {m}  :: cellar
sótano {m}  :: basement
sótano {m} [chiefly Northern Mexico]  :: pit
startup {f}  :: startup
statu quo {m}  :: status quo
status {m}  :: status
S.T.D. {mp}  :: initialism of w:sólidos totales disueltos
stent {m}  :: stent
stevia {f}  :: stevia
Stgo. {abbr}  :: Santiago de Chile
sticker {m}  :: sticker
stiletto {m}  :: stiletto
still {m} [photography]  :: still
sétimo {adj}  :: alternative form of séptimo
sétimo {m}  :: alternative form of séptimo
sátira {f}  :: satire
sátiro {m}  :: satyr
stock {m}  :: stock, inventory
stop {interj}  :: stop
storyboard {f}  :: storyboard
sátrapa {m}  :: satrap
stream {m} [computing]  :: stream
streaming {m}  :: streaming
stress {m}  :: stress
strike {m} [baseball]  :: strike
strike {m} [bowling]  :: strike
stripper {mf}  :: stripper
striptease {m}  :: striptease
stupa {f}  :: stupa
Stávropol {prop} {m}  :: Stavropol (city)
styling {m}  :: styling
su {adj} [before the noun]  :: apocopic form of suyo His, her, its, one's, their
su {adj} [before the noun, formal]  :: apocopic form of suyo Your
su {adv}  :: About, approximately
Suabia {prop} {f} [historical]  :: Swabia (historical region of Germany)
suabo {adj}  :: Swabian (from or relating to Swabia)
suabo {m}  :: Swabian (High German dialect)
suadero {m} [gastronomy, Mexico]  :: a thin cut of fried beef that is commonly used as a taco filling
suahelí {m}  :: alternative form of suajili
suaheli {m}  :: alternative form of suajili
suahilí {m}  :: alternative form of suajili
suahili {m}  :: alternative form of suajili
suajili {m}  :: Swahili (language)
suave {adj}  :: suave, soft, smooth
suave {adj}  :: cool, acceptable, easy
suavecito {adj}  :: diminutive of suave
suavemente {adv}  :: softly
suavidad {f}  :: smoothness
suavidad {f}  :: softness
suavidad {f}  :: mildness
suavización {f}  :: softening, smoothening
suavización {f} [finance]  :: easing
suavizante {m}  :: fabric softener
suavizar {v}  :: to soften, smooth
suavizar {v}  :: to ease, to relieve
suazi {adj}  :: Swazi
suazi {mf}  :: Swazi
Suazilandia {prop} {f}  :: Swaziland
sub {prep}  :: under
sub- {prefix}  :: sub-
subalcalde {mf}  :: vice-mayor
subalterna {f}  :: feminine noun of subalterno
subalterno {adj}  :: subordinate
subalterno {m}  :: subordinate
subalterno {m}  :: subaltern
subametralladora {f}  :: submachine gun
subarrendamiento {m}  :: subtenancy (state of being a subtenant)
subarrendar {v}  :: to sublease, sublet
subasignación {f}  :: subassignment
subasta {f}  :: auction
subastador {m}  :: auctioneer
subastar {v}  :: to auction, auction off
subastero {m}  :: bidder at an auction
subatómico {adj}  :: subatomic
subcampeón {m}  :: runner-up
subcampeona {f}  :: runner-up
subcampeonato {m}  :: runner-up (someone in second place)
subcarpeta {f} [computing]  :: subfolder
subcategoría {f}  :: subcategory
subcircuito {m}  :: subcircuit
subclase {f}  :: subclass
subcomandante {mf}  :: subcommander
subcomisario {m}  :: deputy commissioner
subcomisión {f}  :: subcommission
subcomisionado {m}  :: deputy commissioner
subcomité {m}  :: subcommittee
subconjunto {m} [mathematics]  :: subgroup; subset
subconsciencia {f}  :: subconscious
subconsciente {adj}  :: subconscious
subconscientemente {adv}  :: subconsciously
subcontinente {m}  :: subcontinent
subcontratación {f}  :: subcontracting
subcontratar {v}  :: to subcontract
subcontratista {mf}  :: subcontractor
subcontrato {m}  :: subcontract
subcoordinación {f}  :: subcoordination
subcoordinador {m}  :: assistant coordinator
subcoordinadora {f}  :: sub-coordinator
subcortical {adj}  :: subcortical
subcultura {f}  :: subculture
subcutáneo {adj}  :: subcutaneous
subdecano {m}  :: Second oldest person
subdelegación {f}  :: subdelegation
subdelegado {m}  :: subdelegate
subdesarrollado {adj}  :: underdeveloped
subdesarrollo {m}  :: underdevelopment
subdirección {f}  :: sub-management
subdirector {m}  :: subdirector
subdirectora {f}  :: feminine noun of subdirector
subdisciplina {f}  :: subdiscipline
subdividir {v}  :: to subdivide
subdivisión {f}  :: subdivision
subducción {f} [geology]  :: subduction
subempleado {adj}  :: underemployed, underworked
subempleo {m}  :: underemployment
subespecie {f} [taxonomy]  :: subspecies
subestación {f}  :: substation (site where electricity is transformed and regulated for local distribution)
subestatal {adj}  :: substate
subestimación {f}  :: underestimation
subestimar {v}  :: to underestimate
subestándar {adj}  :: substandard
subfacturación {f}  :: underbilling
subfamilia {f} [taxonomy]  :: subfamily
subfilo {m} [taxonomy]  :: subphylum
subfósil {adj}  :: subfossil
subfósil {m}  :: subfossil
subfusil {m}  :: submachinegun
subgenital {adj}  :: subgenital
subgenotipo {m}  :: subgenotype
subgerencia {f}  :: submanagement
subgerente {m}  :: submanager
subgénero {m}  :: subgenre
subgénero {m} [taxonomy]  :: subgenus
subgobernador {m}  :: sub-governor
subgrupo {m} [mathematics]  :: subgroup
subhúmedo {adj}  :: subhumid
subibaja {m}  :: A see-saw
subida {f}  :: rise
subida {f}  :: acclivity
subidita {f}  :: diminutive of subida
subidón {m}  :: burst, rush (of energy)
subinspección {f}  :: minute inspection
subinspector {m}  :: vice-inspector
subintendente {mf}  :: subintendent
subir {v}  :: to go up or come up
subir {v}  :: to raise
subir {v}  :: to climb
subir {v} [computing]  :: to upload
subir como la espuma {v} [idiomatic]  :: to shoot up
subirse a las barbas {vt} [idiomatic]  :: to walk over (someone)
subitáneo {adj} [literary]  :: sudden
subjefe {mf}  :: assistant, subordinate
subjefe {mf}  :: sous-chef, assistant chef
subjetivamente {adv}  :: subjectively
subjetividad {f}  :: subjectivity
subjetivismo {m}  :: subjectivism
subjetivista {adj}  :: subjectivist
subjetivista {m}  :: subjectivist
subjetivo {adj}  :: subjective
subjetivísimo {adj}  :: superlative of subjetivo
subjeto {m}  :: rare form of sujeto
subjuntivo {adj}  :: subjunctive
subjuntivo {m}  :: subjunctive mood
sublevación {f}  :: uprising, revolt
sublevar {v}  :: to provoke into rebellion, to revolt
sublimación {f}  :: sublimation
sublimar {v}  :: to sublimate
sublime {adj}  :: sublime
sublimemente {adv}  :: sublimely
sublimidad {f}  :: sublimeness
subliminal {adj}  :: subliminal
subliminalmente {adv}  :: subliminally
sublingual {adj}  :: sublingual
submarca {f}  :: subbrand
submarinismo {m}  :: scuba diving
submarinista {adj}  :: underwater
submarinista {mf}  :: diver, scuba diver
submarinista {mf}  :: submariner
submarino {adj}  :: submarine
submarino {m}  :: submarine
submundo {m}  :: underworld
subnacional {adj}  :: subnational
subnormal {adj}  :: subnormal
subnormalidad {f}  :: subnormality
subobjetivo {m}  :: subgoal
suboficial {m}  :: non-commissioned officer
suboficial {m}  :: petty officer
suborbital {adj}  :: suborbital
suborden {m} [taxonomy]  :: suborder
subordinación {f}  :: subordination
subordinada {f}  :: feminine noun of subordinado
subordinado {adj}  :: subordinate, subordinating
subordinado {m}  :: subordinate
subordinar {v}  :: to subordinate
subpagado {adj}  :: underpaid
subprefecto {m}  :: subprefect
subprocurador {m}  :: deputy attorney general
subprocuradora {f}  :: deputy attorney general
subprocuraduría {f}  :: The office of the assistant attorney-general
subproducto {m}  :: byproduct, subproduct
subprograma {m}  :: subprogram
subóptimo {adj}  :: suboptimal
subrasante {f}  :: underfloor
subrayar {v}  :: to underline, underscore
subrayar {v}  :: to emphasize, stress
subregión {f}  :: subregion
subregional {adj}  :: subregional
subregistro {m}  :: subregister
subrelato {m}  :: subplot
subrepción {f}  :: a hidden action
subrepción {f}  :: hiding a fact to achieve something that could not be achieved openly
subrepresentado {adj}  :: underrepresented
subrepticiamente {adv}  :: surreptitiously
subrepticio {adj}  :: having or feigning stealth
subrepticio {adj}  :: clandestine or hidden
subrepticio {adj}  :: surreptitious
subrogación {f} [law]  :: subrogation
subrogante {adj}  :: substitute, supply
subrogante {m}  :: substitute
subrogar {v}  :: to subrogate
subsahariano {adj}  :: sub-Saharan
subsanable {adj}  :: fixable, reparable
subsanable {adj}  :: forgivable
subsanación {f}  :: rectification
subsanar {v}  :: to rectify
subscribir {v}  :: to subscribe
subscriptor {m}  :: alternative form of suscriptor
subsección {f}  :: subsection
subsecretaria {f}  :: feminine noun of subsecretario
subsecretario {m}  :: undersecretary, deputy secretary
subsector {m}  :: subsector
subsecuente {adj}  :: subsequent
subsecuentemente {adv}  :: subsequently
subsede {f}  :: secondary venue
subseguir {v}  :: to follow next, be subsequent
subserie {f}  :: subseries
subsidiar {v}  :: to subsidize
subsidiariamente {adv}  :: subsidiarially
subsidiariedad {f}  :: subordination
subsidiario {adj}  :: subsidiary
subsidio {m}  :: subsidy
subsiguiente {adj}  :: subsequent
subsistema {m}  :: subsystem
subsistencia {f}  :: subsistence
subsistir {v}  :: to subsist
substancia {f}  :: alternative form of sustancia
substancial {adj}  :: substantial
substancialmente {adv}  :: substantially
subsótano {m}  :: basement
substantivo {m}  :: noun
substituir {v}  :: alternative form of sustituir
substracción {f}  :: subtraction
substraer {v}  :: subtract (to remove or reduce)
subsucesión {f} [mathematics]  :: subseries
subsuelo {m}  :: subsoil
subsumir {v}  :: to subsume
subte {m} [Argentina]  :: metro, subway, underground (underground railway, especially the Buenos Aires Underground)
subteniente {mf} [military]  :: sublieutenant
subterfugio {m}  :: subterfuge
subterráneo {adj}  :: subterranean
subterráneo {m}  :: underground
subtexto {m}  :: subtext
subtilisina {f} [enzyme]  :: subtilisin
subtipo {m}  :: subtype
subtitulación {f}  :: subtitling
subtitulado {adj}  :: subtitled
subtitular {v}  :: to subtitle
subtrama {f}  :: subplot
subtropical {adj}  :: subtropical
subtítulo {m}  :: subtitle
subunidad {f}  :: subunit
suburbana {f}  :: feminine noun of suburbano
suburbano {adj}  :: suburban
suburbano {m}  :: inhabitant of a suburb
suburbial {adj}  :: suburban
suburbio {m}  :: suburb, outskirts, poor areas particularly
subutilizado {adj}  :: underused
subvaluar {v}  :: to undervalue
subvención {f}  :: subvention
subvencionar {v}  :: to subsidize
subvenir {v}  :: pay for, meet
subversión {f}  :: subversion
subversivo {adj}  :: subversive
subvertir {v}  :: to subvert
subyacente {adj}  :: underlying
subyacer {vi}  :: to underlie
subyugación {f}  :: subjugation, domination
subyugante {adj}  :: subduing
subyugar {v}  :: to captivate, to mesmerize
subyugar {v}  :: to subjugate, to overpower
subzona {f}  :: sub-area, sub-zone
succión {f}  :: suction
succinato {m} [organic compound]  :: succinate
succiniltransferasa {f} [enzyme]  :: succinyltransferase
succino {m}  :: amber (fossil resin)
succionar {v}  :: to suck up
succínico {adj}  :: succinic
suceder {v}  :: to happen, to befall, to occur
suceder {v}  :: to come to pass
suceder {v}  :: to succeed to, to follow
sucedáneo {adj} [of a substance]  :: substitute
sucedáneo {m}  :: substitute
sucesión {f}  :: succession
sucesión {f} [mathematics]  :: series
sucesivamente {adv}  :: successively
sucesivo {adj}  :: successive
suceso {m}  :: event, happening
sucesor {adj}  :: succeeding
sucesor {m}  :: successor
sucesorio {adj}  :: successional
Suchitepéquez {prop}  :: Suchitepéquez (department)
suciedad {f}  :: dirt
suciedad {f}  :: dirtiness, filth
suciedad {f}  :: prurience; metaphorical dirtiness
sucintamente {adv}  :: succinctly
sucinto {adj}  :: succinct, brief, concise
sucio {adj}  :: dirty, filthy
sucio {adj}  :: sinful, tainted
sucio {adj}  :: obscene, vulgar
sucitar {v}  :: provoke
sucitar {v}  :: bring up
sucralosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: sucralose
sucre {m}  :: sucre (former currency of Ecuador)
Sucre {prop}  :: Sucre
sucrense {adj}  :: Of or from Sucre, Bolivia
sucrense {mf}  :: Someone from Sucre, Bolivia
sucísimo {adj}  :: superlative of sucio; extremely dirty
suculencia {f}  :: succulence
suculento {adj}  :: succulent, juicy
sucumbir {v}  :: to succumb
sucursal {adj}  :: branch (of a company or organization, attributive)
sucursal {f}  :: branch (of a company or organization)
sud {m} [Latin America]  :: south
sudaca {mf} [Spain, offensive, derogatory, vulgar, slang]  :: A South American, especially one considered to have Amerindian features or a non-European accent; spic/spick
sudadera {f}  :: sweatshirt, hoodie
sudadero {m}  :: sweater
sudafricana {f}  :: feminine noun of sudafricano
sudafricano {adj}  :: South African
sudafricano {m}  :: South African
sudamericana {f}  :: feminine of sudamericano
sudamericano {m}  :: South American
sudamericano {adj}  :: South American
Sudamérica {prop} {f}  :: South America (continent that is the southern part of the Americas)
sudanesa {f}  :: feminine noun of sudanés
sudanés {adj}  :: Sudanese
sudanés {m}  :: Sudanese
sudar {v}  :: to sweat
sudar como un pollo {v} [simile]  :: sweat like a pig
sudario {m}  :: shroud
sudar la gota gorda {v} [idiom]  :: to sweat buckets
sudcoreano {adj}  :: alternative form of surcoreano
sudcoreano {m}  :: alternative form of surcoreano
sudestada {f} [Latin America]  :: alt form of surestada
sudeste {m}  :: southeast
Sudetes {prop} {mp}  :: Sudeten (series of mountains)
Sudáfrica {prop} {f}  :: South Africa
Sudán {prop} {m}  :: Sudan (Republic of Sudan)
Sudán del Sur {prop} {m}  :: South Sudan
sudoccidental {adj}  :: southwestern
sudoeste {m}  :: southwest
sudoku {m} [games, puzzles]  :: sudoku
sudor {m}  :: sweat
sudoración {f}  :: sweating
sudoriental {adj}  :: southeastern
sudoroso {adj}  :: sweaty (having a tendency to sweat)
sudoríparo {adj}  :: sudoriparous, sudoriferous
sueña con los angelitos {phrase}  :: sweet dreams (phrase said before going to sleep)
sueca {f}  :: feminine noun of sueco
Suecia {prop} {f}  :: Sweden
sueco {adj}  :: Swedish (from or native to Sweden)
sueco {adj}  :: Swedish (pertaining to Sweden)
sueco {m}  :: a Swede
sueco {m}  :: the Swedish language
suegra {f}  :: mother-in-law (spouse's mother)
suegrastra {f}  :: stepmother-in-law
suegrastro {m}  :: stepfather-in-law
suegro {m}  :: parent-in-law; father-in-law (mother-in-law for the feminine form)
suela {f}  :: sole
sueldazo {m}  :: whopping salary
sueldo {m}  :: salary
sueldo {m}  :: Any of several historical European units of currency, including the solidus, sol, and soldo
suelo {m}  :: ground, floor, soil
suelo de fundación {m} [architecture]  :: Area where the foundations of a building or a complex are located
suelta {f}  :: release
suelto {adj}  :: free, loose, undone
suelto {adj}  :: isolated, separate
suelto {adj}  :: free, agile, fluent
sueno {m} [obsolete]  :: sound
sueño {m}  :: sleep
sueño {m}  :: sleepiness
sueño {m}  :: dream
sueño libertador {m} [literally]  :: liberator dream
sueño libertador {m} [sports, soccer]  :: The dream of winning the Copa Libertadores football (soccer) competition. Thus, when a team gets eliminated from the competition, it is said that the team has waken up from the liberator dream
sueño mojado {m}  :: wet dream
suero {m}  :: serum
suero {m}  :: whey
suero {m}  :: IV or intravenous line or fluid
suero de soya {m}  :: whey
suerte {f}  :: luck, fortune
suerte {f}  :: lot, fate
suerte {f}  :: sort, kind, type
suerte {f}  :: oracular response
suerte {f} [bullfighting]  :: stage in a bullfight
suerte {f} [Latin America]  :: lottery ticket
suerte {interj}  :: good luck!
suertudo {adj}  :: lucky (having good luck)
suertudo {m}  :: lucky devil; lucky sod
sueste {m}  :: southeast (compass point)
Suez {prop} {m}  :: Suez
suficiencia {f}  :: sufficiency
suficiente {adj}  :: sufficient, enough
suficientemente {adv}  :: sufficiently
sufientemente {adv} [nonstandard]  :: alternative form of suficientemente
sufijación {f}  :: suffixation
sufijo {m}  :: suffix
sufijo {adj}  :: [of an affix] suffixed
sufismo {m}  :: Sufism
sufragante {mf} [Latin America]  :: voter
sufragar {v}  :: to help
sufragar {v}  :: to support
sufragar {v}  :: to finance
sufragar {v} [Latin America]  :: To vote
sufragio {m}  :: suffrage
sufragista {mf}  :: suffragist/suffragette
sufridor {adj}  :: suffering
sufridor {m}  :: sufferer
sufriente {adj}  :: suffering
sufrimiento {m}  :: suffering
sufrir {vt}  :: to suffer
sufrútice {m}  :: subshrub, suffrutex
sugerencia {f}  :: suggestion
sugerente {adj}  :: suggestive
sugerir {v}  :: to suggest
sugestión {f}  :: suggestion
sugestionar {v}  :: to influence
sugestivamente {adv}  :: suggestively
sugestivo {adj}  :: suggestive
sugilación {f}  :: lovebite
suicida {adj}  :: suicidal
suicida {mf}  :: suicide (person)
suicidar {vt} [colloquial, euphemistic]  :: to kill
suicidar {vr}  :: to commit suicide
suicidarse {v}  :: to commit suicide
suicidio {m}  :: suicide (the act of killing oneself)
suirirí {m}  :: whistling duck
suite {f}  :: suite (rooms, hotel)
suiza {f}  :: feminine noun of suizo
Suiza {prop} {f}  :: Switzerland
suizo {adj}  :: Swiss
suizo {m}  :: A person from Switzerland
suizo {m}  :: a type of bun covered in sugar
sujeción {f}  :: subjection
sujetación {f}  :: alternative spelling of sujeción
sujetado {adj}  :: subjected
sujetador {m}  :: fastener
sujetador {m}  :: clip, pin (for hair, papers etc.)
sujetador {m}  :: bra, brassiere
sujetapapeles {m}  :: clip; paper clip
sujetapapeles {m}  :: binder clip
sujetapuertas {m}  :: doorstop
sujetar {v}  :: to steady, hold, secure, attach, fasten
sujetar {v}  :: to subject
sujetavelas {m}  :: third wheel (An unwanted third party accompanying two people on a date)
sujeto {adj}  :: held, grasped
sujeto {adj}  :: attached
sujeto {m}  :: matter, subject
sujeto {m}  :: person
sujeto federal {m}  :: federal subject
Sujumi {prop} {m}  :: Sukhumi (capital city)
sujuzgar {v}  :: archaic spelling of sojuzgar
sulfatación {f}  :: sulfation
sulfatar {v}  :: to sulfate
sulfatasa {f} [enzyme]  :: sulfatase
sulfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: sulfate/sulphate
sulfhidrilo {m} [chemistry]  :: sulfhydryl
sulfónico {adj}  :: sulfonic
sulfonamida {f} [chemistry]  :: sulfonamide
sulfonato {m} [chemistry]  :: sulfonate
sulfúreo {adj}  :: sulfurous
sulfúrico {adj}  :: sulfuric
sulfurar {v}  :: to sulphurate
sulfurizador {adj}  :: sulphurising
sulfuro {m} [chemistry]  :: sulfide
sulfuroso {adj}  :: sulfurous
sulfóxido {m} [chemistry]  :: sulfoxide
sultanato {m}  :: sultanate
sultán {m}  :: sultan
suma {f}  :: sum
suma {f}  :: addition
Su Majestad {m}  :: Your Majesty
Su Majestad {m}  :: His Majesty, Her Majesty
sumamente {adv}  :: most
sumamente {adv}  :: highly
sumamente {adv}  :: extremely
sumar {v}  :: to add
sumar {v} [mathematics]  :: To add, to add up
sumar {vr}  :: to join up
sumar dos más dos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to put two and two together
sumarial {adj}  :: summarised
sumariamente {adv}  :: summarily
sumario {adj}  :: summary
sumario {m}  :: summary
sumario {m}  :: table of contents
sumarse {v}  :: reflexive of sumar
suma sacerdotisa {f}  :: high priestess, feminine noun of sumo sacerdote
Sumatera {prop}  :: alternative form of Sumatra
sumatoria {f}  :: summation
sumatoria {f}  :: sum total
sumatorio {m}  :: summation
sumatorio {m}  :: sum total
Sumatra {prop}  :: Sumatra
sumercé {pron} [Colombia, cundiboyacense]  :: Polite second-person singular pronoun
sumergible {adj}  :: Submersible
sumergible {adj}  :: (by extension) Waterproof
sumergible {m}  :: A submarine
sumergir {v}  :: to submerge
sumergirse {v}  :: reflexive of sumergir
Sumeria {prop} {f}  :: Sumer
sumerio {adj}  :: Sumerian
sumerio {m}  :: Sumerian (person)
sumerio {m}  :: Sumerian (language)
sumersión {f}  :: submersion
sumidero {m}  :: drain
sumidero {m}  :: sewer
sumiller {m}  :: A wine waiter or sommelier
suministrador {m}  :: supplier
suministradora {f}  :: feminine noun of suministrador
suministrar {v}  :: to provide, supply
suministro {m}  :: provision, supply
sumir {v}  :: to submerge
sumisamente {adv}  :: submissively
sumisión {f}  :: submission
sumisión {f}  :: submissiveness
sumiso {adj}  :: submissive
sumo {adj}  :: highest, greatest, superlative
sumo {adj}  :: utmost
sumo {m} [martial arts]  :: sumo
sumo sacerdote {m}  :: high priest
suní {adj}  :: Sunni
suní {mf}  :: Sunni
suncho {m}  :: hoop
suncho {m}  :: Flourensia campestris
sunita {adj}  :: alternative form of suní
sunita {mf}  :: alternative form of suní
sunnita {adj}  :: alternative form of suní
sunnita {mf}  :: alternative form of suní
sunroof {m}  :: sunroof
suntuario {adj}  :: sumptuary
suntuosamente {adv}  :: richly
suntuosidad {f}  :: sumptuosity
suntuoso {adj}  :: sumptuous
supeditación {f}  :: subordination
supeditar {v}  :: to subordinate
super {adj} [intensifier]  :: very, mega
super- {prefix}  :: super-, over-
superable {adj}  :: superable
superabuelo {m}  :: super-grandad
superabundante {adj}  :: superabundant
superación {f}  :: overcoming
superación {f}  :: self-improvement
superagencia {m}  :: superagency
superalimento {m}  :: superfood
superalto {adj}  :: super-tall
superalto {adj}  :: super-high
superar {v}  :: to surpass
superar {v}  :: to overcome
superar {v}  :: to beat
superar {v}  :: overtake, to pass
superarse {v}  :: reflexive of superar
superavit {m}  :: alternative form of superávit
superbacteria {f}  :: superbug
superbanda {f}  :: supergroup
supercalifragilisticoexpialidoso {adj}  :: supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
supercentenario {m}  :: supercentenarian
superchería {f}  :: fraud
superchero {adj}  :: fraudulent
superciclo {m}  :: supercycle
superácido {m} [chemistry]  :: superacid
superclase {f}  :: superclass
superclase {f} [taxonomy]  :: superclass
superclásico {m} [soccer, Argentina]  :: A soccer match between River Plate and Boca Juniors, which are both based in Buenos Aires and are the two most successful teams in Argentina
supercúmulo {m}  :: supercluster
supercola {f}  :: superglue
supercomún {adj}  :: extremely common
supercomputación {f}  :: supercomputing
supercomputador {m}  :: supercomputer
supercomputadora {f} [Latin America]  :: supercomputer
supercondensador {m}  :: supercapacitor
superconductividad {f}  :: superconductivity
superconductor {m}  :: superconductor
supercontinente {m}  :: supercontinent (very large continent in the Earth’s past)
supercopa {f} [sports]  :: super cup, cup winner's cup
supercrítico {adj} [physics]  :: supercritical
supercuerda {f}  :: superstring
superdeportiva {f}  :: superbike
superdeportivo {m}  :: Top-range sports car
superdepredador {m}  :: apex predator
superdotación {f}  :: giftedness
superdotado {adj}  :: well-endowed (highly gifted or talented)
superdotado {m}  :: well-endowed (highly gifted person)
supereón {m} [geology]  :: supereon
superenemigo {m}  :: archenemy
superenrollado {adj} [genetics]  :: supercoiled
superenrollamiento {m} [genetics]  :: supercoil
superentretenido {adj}  :: superfun
superestrella {f}  :: superstar
superestresante {adj}  :: extremely stressful
superestructura {f}  :: superstructure
superexcitado {adj}  :: extremely excited
superexplotación {f}  :: synonym of sobreexplotación
superfamilia {f}  :: superfamily
superficial {adj}  :: surficial
superficial {adj}  :: shallow, lacking substance
superficialidad {f}  :: superficiality
superficialmente {adv}  :: superficially
superficialísimo {adj}  :: superlative of superficial
superficiario {adj}  :: leasehold
superficie {f}  :: surface
superfilo {m} [taxonomy]  :: superphylum
superfluamente {adv}  :: superfluously
superfluidad {f}  :: superfluity
superfluo {adj}  :: superfluous
superfortaleza {f}  :: superpower
supergigante {f}  :: supergiant
supergigante azul {f}  :: blue supergiant
supergrupo {m}  :: supergroup
superheroína {f}  :: superheroine
superhombre {m}  :: overman, superman
superhéroe {m}  :: superhero
superinteligente {adj}  :: highly intelligent
superintendencia {f}  :: superintendency
superintendente {mf}  :: superintendent
superior {adj}  :: upper, higher
superior {adj}  :: better
superior {adj}  :: superior
superior {m}  :: boss
superiora {f}  :: mother superior
superioridad {f}  :: superiority
superiorísimo {adj}  :: superlative of superior
superlativamente {adv}  :: superlatively
superlativo {m}  :: superlative
superliga {f} [sports]  :: superleague
superligero {adj} [boxing]  :: light welterweight
superlujo {m}  :: super-luxury
superlujoso {adj}  :: extremely luxurious; in the lap of luxury
superluna {f} [astronomy]  :: supermoon
supermasivo {adj}  :: supermassive
supermayoría {f}  :: supermajority
supermercado {m}  :: supermarket
supermillonario {m}  :: bazillionaire
supermán {m}  :: superman (person of extraordinary or seemingly superhuman powers)
supermoda {adj}  :: high-fashion
supermodelo {mf}  :: supermodel
supermosca {adj}  :: super flyweight
supernatural {adj}  :: supernatural
superíndice {m}  :: superscript
supernecesario {adj}  :: totally necessary
super-Niño {m}  :: super-Niño
supernova {m}  :: supernova
supernumerario {adj}  :: supernumerary
superoído {m}  :: superhearing
superorden {m} [taxonomy]  :: superorder
superordenador {m} [Spain]  :: supercomputer
superorganismo {m} [biology]  :: superorganism
superpesado {adj}  :: super heavyweight
superpesado {adj}  :: chronically annoying
superpesado {m} [boxing]  :: super heavyweight (boxing class)
superpluma {adj}  :: super featherweight
superpoblación {f}  :: overpopulation
superpoblado {adj}  :: highly populated
superpoder {m}  :: superpower (fictional extraordinary ability)
superpoderoso {adj}  :: all-powerful
superponer {v}  :: to superimpose
superposición {f}  :: superposition
superpotencia {f}  :: superpower
superprecio {m}  :: sky-high price
superproducción {f}  :: superproduction
superreducido {adj}  :: cut-price
superrico {adj}  :: superrich
superrrápido {adj}  :: ultrafast, superfast
supersecreto {adj}  :: top secret
superservidor {m}  :: super-server
supersignificativo {adj}  :: Extremely significant
supersimetría {f}  :: supersymmetry
supersónico {adj}  :: supersonic
superstición {f}  :: superstition
supersticioso {adj}  :: superstitious
supersueldo {m}  :: huge salary
supertaquillero {adj}  :: box-office smash
supertifón {m}  :: supertyphoon
superturismo {m}  :: Super Touring
supervalle {adj} [Spain]  :: Pertaining to a price range in certain government-run electricity contracts, corresponding to night-time usage
supervalorar {v}  :: to overvalue
supervenir {v}  :: to happen, to arise
superventas {adj}  :: bestselling/best-selling
superventas {m}  :: bestseller/best seller/best-seller
supervillano {m}  :: supervillain
supervip {m}  :: super-VIP
supervisar {vt}  :: to supervise
supervisión {f}  :: supervision
supervisor {m}  :: supervisor
supervisora {f}  :: feminine noun of supervisor
superávit {m}  :: surplus
supervivencia {f}  :: survival
supervivencialista {m}  :: A survivalist
superviviente {adj}  :: surviving
superviviente {mf}  :: survivor
supervivir {v}  :: alternative form of sobrevivir
superóxido {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: superoxide
superyó {m}  :: In psychoanalysis, Freud's concept of superego
supinador {m} [anatomy]  :: supinator; muscle that causes supination
supinador largo {m}  :: brachioradialis
supinamente {adv}  :: supinely
supino {adj}  :: supine
suplantación {f}  :: identity theft
suplantar {v}  :: to supplant
suplefaltas {m}  :: fall guy; scapegoat
suplemental {adj}  :: supplemental, supplementary
suplementario {adj}  :: supplementary
suplemento {m}  :: supplement
suplencia {f}  :: substitution, replacement
suplente {mf}  :: substitute, surrogate (person that acts as a substitute)
supletorio {adj}  :: temporary
supletorio {adj}  :: supplementary, extra
suplicante {adj}  :: supplicant
suplicar {v}  :: to beg; to supplicate
suplicatorio {m} [legal]  :: request; application
suplicio {m}  :: anguish, suffering, torment, torture
suplicio {m}  :: punishment
suplir {v}  :: to substitute
suplir {v}  :: to supply
suplir {v}  :: to eke out
suponer {v}  :: to suppose, assume, or guess
suponer {v}  :: to comprise, make up
suposición {f}  :: supposition
supositorio {m}  :: suppository, (small medicinal plug that is inserted into the rectum)
supraespinoso {m}  :: supraspinatus
suprahistórico {adj}  :: suprahistorical
supramunicipal {adj}  :: supramunicipal
supranacional {adj}  :: supranational
supranacionalidad {f}  :: supranational union
supraorganismo {m}  :: supraorganism
suprarrenal {adj}  :: suprarenal
supraventricular {adj}  :: supraventricular
suprayacente {adj}  :: overlying
supremacía {f}  :: supremacy
supremacismo {m}  :: supremacism
supremacista {adj}  :: supremacist
supremacista {mf}  :: supremacist
suprematismo {m}  :: suprematism
suprematista {mf}  :: suprematist
supremo {adj}  :: supreme
supresión {f}  :: suppression
supresión {f}  :: deletion
supresor {m}  :: suppressor, suppressant
supresora {f}  :: feminine of supresor
suprimir {v}  :: to suppress
supuestamente {adv}  :: supposedly
supuesto {adj}  :: supposed, self-styled, alleged
supuesto {m}  :: assumption, hypothesis
supuesto que {conj}  :: since, inasmuch as
supurar {v}  :: to ooze
supurar {v}  :: to produce pus
supurativo {adj}  :: suppurative; forming or discharging pus
suputar {v}  :: to compute, calculate
sur {m}  :: south
surí {m}  :: Any of various edible worms, especially those found on the moriche palm
surafricano {adj}  :: South African
suramericana {f}  :: feminine of suramericano
suramericano {adj}  :: South American
suramericano {m}  :: South American
Suramérica {prop} {f}  :: South America (continent that is the southern part of the Americas)
surandino {adj}  :: southern Andean
surcar {v}  :: to plow
surcar {v}  :: to navigate the seas (or air) as if ploughing them
surcir {vt}  :: To darn; to mend
surco {m}  :: furrow (agriculture)
surco {m}  :: deep wrinkle, furrow
surco {m}  :: stria
surco {m}  :: line, groove, rut, track
surco {m}  :: dent
surco {m}  :: groove (of a music disc)
surcoreana {f}  :: feminine noun of surcoreano
surcoreano {adj}  :: South Korean
surcoreano {m}  :: South Korean
sureña {f}  :: feminine noun of sureño
sureño {adj}  :: southern
sureño {m}  :: southerner
surestada {f} [meteorology, Latin America]  :: A wet wind from the south east
sureste {m}  :: southeast
Suárez {prop}  :: surname
surf {m}  :: surfing
surfactante {m}  :: surfactant
surfeador {m}  :: surfer
surfear {v}  :: to surf
surfera {f}  :: feminine noun of surfero
surfero {m} [chiefly US]  :: surfer
surfing {m}  :: surfing
surfismo {m}  :: surfing
surfista {mf}  :: surfer
surgido {v}  :: past participle of surgir
surgimiento {m}  :: emergence, rise
surgir {vi}  :: to emerge
surgir {vi}  :: to appear
suri {m}  :: suri
suricata {f}  :: meerkat
Surinam {prop}  :: Suriname
surinamés {adj}  :: Surinamese
surinamés {m}  :: Surinamese
suroccidental {adj}  :: southwestern
suroccidente {m}  :: southeast
suroeste {m}  :: southwest
suroriental {adj}  :: south-east
suroriente {m}  :: southeast, southeastern area
surponiente {adj}  :: southwest
surrealismo {m}  :: surrealism
surrealista {adj}  :: surreal
surrealista {adj}  :: surrealistic
surrealista {mf}  :: surrealist
sursudanés {adj}  :: South Sudanese
sursudanés {m}  :: South Sudanese
sursureste {m}  :: south-southeast
sursuroeste {m}  :: south-southwest
surtido {adj}  :: assorted
surtidor {m}  :: jet, spurt (of a liquid)
surtidor {m}  :: supplier
surtidora {f}  :: supplier
surtir {v}  :: to provide
surtir {v}  :: to furnish, to stock
surtir {v}  :: to spurt, to shoot up
surtir efecto {v}  :: to take effect
surto {adj}  :: tranquil, calm
surubí {m}  :: Any of several catfishlike fishes of the genus Pseudoplatystoma
sus {adj}  :: plural of su His, her, its, one's
sus {adj} [formal]  :: Your
Susana {prop} {f}  :: given name, equivalent to English Susan
Susana {prop} {f}  :: Susanna (Biblical figure)
susceptibilidad {f}  :: susceptibility
susceptible {adj}  :: amenable
susceptible {adj}  :: sensitive
susceptible {adj}  :: capable (of) (followed by de, and an action)
suscitar {v}  :: to provoke
suscribir {v}  :: to subscribe
suscripción {f}  :: subscription
suscriptor {m} [law]  :: executor
suscriptor {m}  :: subscriber (person who subscribes to a publication)
suscriptora {f}  :: feminine noun of suscriptor
sushi {m}  :: sushi
sushirrito {m}  :: sushirrito
susmercedes {pron} [Colombia, cundiboyacense]  :: plural of sumercé (polite second-person plural pronoun)
Suso {prop} {m}  :: A diminutive of the male given name Jesús
susodicho {adj}  :: aforementioned
suspender {v}  :: to suspend
suspender {v}  :: to flunk, to fail to pass an exam or class
suspendido {adj}  :: suspended
suspendido {adj}  :: failed (exam)
suspense {m}  :: suspense
suspense {m}  :: thriller
suspensión {f}  :: suspension
suspensión {f}  :: hanging, dangling, suspending
suspensión {f}  :: suspension, interruption, discontinuation, cessation
suspensión {f}  :: suspense, uncertainty, anxiety
suspensivo {adj}  :: suspensive
suspensivo {adj}  :: suspensory
suspenso {m}  :: suspense
suspensoide {m}  :: suspensoid
suspensorio {m}  :: jockstrap
suspensorio {m}  :: suspensory
suspicacia {f}  :: suspicion, mistrust
suspicaz {adj}  :: suspicious, suspect
suspirar {v}  :: to sigh
suspiro {m}  :: sigh
sustancia {f}  :: substance
sustancial {adj}  :: substantial
sustancialmente {adv}  :: substantially
sustanciar {v} [law]  :: to try or litigate a case
sustancioso {adj}  :: substantial
sustancioso {adj}  :: hearty, substantial
sustantivamente {adv}  :: substantively
sustantivo {m}  :: noun, substantive
sustantivo {adj}  :: substantive
sustantivo abstracto {m} [grammar]  :: abstract noun
sustantivo concreto {m}  :: concrete noun
sustentabilidad {f}  :: sustainability
sustentable {adj}  :: sustainable
sustentación {f}  :: sustainment
sustentación {f} [academic]  :: defense (of a thesis)
sustentador {m}  :: breadwinner
sustentadora {f}  :: feminine of sustentador
sustentar {v}  :: to sustain
sustento {m}  :: A support
sustento {m}  :: Sustenance
sustento {m}  :: A person's livelihood
suástica {f} [Latin America]  :: Variant form of esvástica
sustitución {f}  :: substitution
sustituible {adj}  :: replaceable, substitutable
sustituir {v}  :: to replace
sustituta {f}  :: feminine noun of sustituto
sustitutivo {adj}  :: substitutive
sustituto {m}  :: substitute
sustitutorio {adj}  :: substitute
sustituyente {m}  :: substituent
susto {m}  :: fright
sustracción {f}  :: subtraction
sustraer {vt} [mathematics]  :: to subtract
sustraer {vt}  :: to take away, put aside
sustraer {vt}  :: to steal, rob
sustraer {vr} [sustraerse de algo]  :: to do away with
sustrato {m}  :: substrate
susurrante {adj}  :: whispering
susurrar {v}  :: to whisper, susurrate
susurro {m}  :: whisper, murmur
suéter {m}  :: sweater, pullover
sutil {adj}  :: subtle
sutileza {f}  :: subtlety
sutilidad {f}  :: subtlety
sutilmente {adv}  :: subtly
sutura {f}  :: suture
suturar {v}  :: to suture
Suva {prop}  :: Suva
suvenir {m}  :: souvenir
suya {pron}  :: feminine singular of suyo
suya {adj}  :: feminine singular of suyo
suyas {pron}  :: feminine plural of suyo His, hers, its
suyas {pron}  :: Theirs
suyas {pron} [formal]  :: Yours
suyas {adj}  :: feminine plural of suyo His, hers, its
suyas {adj}  :: Theirs, their, to them
suyas {adj} [formal]  :: Yours, your, to you
suyo {pron}  :: His, hers, its
suyo {pron}  :: Theirs
suyo {pron} [formal]  :: Yours
suyo {adj}  :: His, hers, its, to her
suyo {adj}  :: Theirs, their, to them
suyo {adj} [formal]  :: Yours, your, to you
suyos {pron}  :: plural of suyo His, hers, its
suyos {pron}  :: Theirs
suyos {pron} [formal]  :: Yours
suyos {adj}  :: plural of suyo His, hers, its
suyos {adj}  :: Theirs, their, to them
suyos {adj} [formal]  :: Yours, your, to you
svastika {f}  :: swastika
sóviet {m}  :: Soviet
sávila {f}  :: alternative spelling of sábila
swahili {m}  :: alternative form of suajili
Swazilandia {prop} {f}  :: alternative form of Suazilandia
swing {m}  :: swing (dance)