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{m}  :: tea
t {letter}  :: The 21st letter of the Spanish alphabet
{pron}  :: Singular informal pronoun. you
T {letter}  :: The 21st letter of the Spanish alphabet
tía {f} [colloquial, Spain]  :: woman
tía {f}  :: feminine form of tío aunt; the sister of any of both parents
TA {abbr}  :: Tamaulipas (Mexican state)
tía abuela {f}  :: alternative form of tía-abuela
tía-abuela {f}  :: great-aunt
tabú {adj}  :: taboo
tabú {m}  :: taboo
taba {f}  :: anklebone
tabacalera {f}  :: Tobacco grower, maker, or seller
tabaco {m}  :: tobacco
tabaque {m}  :: wicker basket
tabaquería {f}  :: tobacconist's, tobacco shop
tabaquismo {m}  :: Cigarette smoking
tabaquismo {m}  :: Tobacco addiction
Tabasco {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
tabasqueño {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Tabasco
taberna {f}  :: pub, tavern
tabernáculo {m}  :: tabernacle
tabescencia {f}  :: tabescence
tabique {m}  :: Thin wall, or partition
tabla {f}  :: ability on stage, ability as a public speaker
tabla {f}  :: board, plank
tabla {f} [obsolete]  :: table (furniture)
tabla {f}  :: slab
tabla {f} [Spain]  :: skirt pleat
tabla {f}  :: table (grid or matrix, in a book)
tabla de snow {f}  :: snowboard (board)
tabla de snow {f}  :: snowboarding (sport)
tablaestela {m}  :: wakeboarding
tabla periódica {f}  :: periodic table (chart of the chemical elements by atomic number)
tablero {m}  :: board
tablero {m}  :: checkerboard
tablero {m}  :: counter
tablero {m}  :: leaf (flat section used to extend a table)
tablero {m}  :: long spine board
tablero {m}  :: panel
tablero {m}  :: petrel (bird)
tablero {m}  :: switchboard
tableta {f}  :: tablet computer
tableta {f}  :: tablet, pill
tabletear {v}  :: to rattle
tableteo {m}  :: rattle
tabléfono {m}  :: phablet
tablilla {f}  :: diminutive form of tabla; small board
tablilla {f} [medical]  :: splint
tablilla {f}  :: tablet
tablón {m}  :: board
tablón {m}  :: bulletin board
tablón {m}  :: plank
tablón {m}  :: signboard
tabloide {m}  :: tabloid
tabloncillo {m}  :: wooden floor
tabulador {m}  :: tabulator
tabular {adj}  :: tabular
tabular {v}  :: to tabulate
taburete {m}  :: stool
taburete {m}  :: taboret
tacaño {adj}  :: stingy
tacha {f}  :: Any cross out sign (/, \, - or X)
tacha {f} [slang]  :: An ecstasy pill; MDMA
tachada {v} [feminine past participle of, tachar]  ::
tachadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tachar]  ::
tachados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tachar]  ::
tachadura {f}  :: correction
tachadura {f}  :: crossing-out
tachar {v}  :: to cross out
tachar {v}  :: to omit, leave out
tachas {fp}  :: Ecstasy; MDMA; the individual tablets thereof
tachonar {v}  :: to stud
tachuela {f}  :: tack; a small metal fastener
taciturnidad {f}  :: taciturnity
taciturno {adj}  :: taciturn, quiet, silent
tacleada {f}  :: A tackle; the bringing to the ground of the ball carrier in American football
tacleadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, taclear]  ::
tacleados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, taclear]  ::
taclear {v}  :: to tackle
tacón {m}  :: heel
taco {m} [Chile]  :: traffic jam
taco {m}  :: cue (a stick used to play billiards, snooker, pool, etc)
taco {m}  :: dowel (a longer piece of wood, plastic, or other material)
taco {m} [Mexico]  :: taco (type of food)
taco {m}  :: peg (a short, thick piece of wood, metal, or other material)
taco {m} [Spain]  :: a curse word, a swear word, a profanity, a slur
taco {m} [Spain, colloquial]  :: a load, a lot
taco {m}  :: stopper, plug, wad (small bundle of material made to cover, stop, or fill a hole)
taco chino {m} [El Salvador, Costa Rica]  :: spring roll
taco de ojo {m} [colloquial, Mexico]  :: A good or pleasant sight
taconear {v}  :: to clack, click, tap (make a sound from the soles, or especially the heels, of shoes)
taconeo {m}  :: clack, tap (sound made by heels of shoes on the ground)
tacto {m}  :: discretion; tact
tacto {m}  :: touch
tacuache {m}  :: alternative form of tlacuache
Tacuba {prop}  :: Tacuba (the El Salvador city)
Tadeo {prop} [biblical character]  :: Thaddeus, the apostle. [biblical character]
Tadeo {prop}  :: male given name
taekwondista {m}  :: taekwondo fighter
taekwondo {m}  :: taekwondo
tañer {v}  :: to play (an instrument)
tañer {v}  :: to ring (a bell)
tañer {v}  :: to strum
tafeta {f}  :: taffeta
tafetán {m}  :: taffeta
tagalo {adj}  :: Tagalog
tagalo {prop}  :: Tagalog (language)
tagatosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: tagatose
tagua {f}  :: vegetable ivory
Tahití {prop}  :: Tahiti
tahúr {m}  :: cardsharp
tahúr {m}  :: gambler
tañida {v} [feminine past participle of, tañer]  ::
tañidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tañer]  ::
tañido {m}  :: ring (of a bell)
tañidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tañer]  ::
taikonauta {mf}  :: taikonaut
Tailandia {prop}  :: Thailand (Country in Southeast Asia)
tailandés {adj}  :: Thai
tailandés {f}  :: Thai
taimado {adj}  :: artful; sly; crafty
taita {m} [Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, childish]  :: daddy
taita {m} [Argentina, Uruguay]  :: valiant and handsome man
taiwanés {adj}  :: Taiwanese
taiwanés {f}  :: Taiwanese (person from Taiwan)
Taiwán {prop}  :: Taiwan (East Asian country)
tajada {f}  :: chop, slice
tajada {v} [feminine past participle of, tajar]  ::
tajadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tajar]  ::
tajado {adj} [heraldry]  :: divided into two equal parts diagonally, per bend sinister
tajalápiz {m}  :: pencil sharpener
tajante {adj}  :: categorical
tajante {adj}  :: emphatic
tajantemente {adv}  :: categorically
tajantemente {adv}  :: emphatically
tajar {v}  :: to cut; to slice to chop
tajar {v}  :: to sharpen
tajo {m}  :: cut, slash
Tajo {prop}  :: Tagus
tal {adj}  :: such
tala {f} [forestry]  :: felling, cutting down
tala {m} [trees]  :: tala (Celtis tala, a South American tree)
talada {v} [feminine past participle of, talar]  ::
taladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, talar]  ::
talador {m}  :: lumberjack
talador furtivo {m} [logging]  :: poacher
talados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, talar]  ::
taladrador {m}  :: drill, a tool for creating holes in a workpiece
taladrar {v}  :: to drill
taladro {m}  :: A drill; a tool for creating holes in a workpiece
talalgia {f}  :: talalgia
talante {m}  :: outlook
talante {m}  :: way of being, way
talar {adj}  :: covering or reaching the heel (cloth, garment or accesories)
talar {m}  :: tala groove
talar {v}  :: to cut, cut down (particularly a tree, forest)
talco {m} [cosmetics]  :: talcum powder
talco {m} [mineral]  :: talc
tal como {adv} [idiomatic]  :: just like, exactly
tal cual {adv} [idiomatic]  :: as is, just like that
tal cual {adv} [idiomatic]  :: one or two (a small number)
talega {f}  :: 1000 pesos
talega {f} [also in the plural]  :: mint, money (amount of money)
talega {f}  :: A slim bag made of linen cloth
talego {m} [colloquial, Spain]  :: jail
talego {m}  :: sack, bag
talento {m}  :: talent
talentoso {adj}  :: talented
talento voz {f}  :: voice talent
talibán {adj}  :: Taliban (attributive)
talibán {mf}  :: member of the Taliban
talio {m}  :: thallium
talismán {m}  :: talisman (magical amulet)
talla {f}  :: carving
talla {f} [Chile, colloquial]  :: joke
talla {f}  :: height
talla {f}  :: size
tallada {v} [feminine past participle of, tallar]  ::
talladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tallar]  ::
tallador {f}  :: carver
tallador {f}  :: engraver
tallador {f} [Latin America]  :: croupier (person who collects bets and pays out winnings at a gambling table)
tallados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tallar]  ::
tallar {v}  :: to measure
tallar {v}  :: to sculpt
tallarín {m}  :: noodle
taller {m}  :: studio of an artist
taller {m}  :: workshop
Tallin {prop}  :: Tallinn (city in Estonia)
tallo {m}  :: stalk, stem
talmúdico {adj}  :: Talmudic
Talmud {prop}  :: Talmud
talón {m} [anatomy]  :: heel
talón {m}  :: check
talón {m}  :: heel (shoe)
talón de Aquiles {m}  :: Achilles heel; the weak point of a person, thing, or process
talonario {m}  :: checkbook or other booklet with part that can be torn off leaving a stub
talope {f} [vesre]  :: ball
talosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: talose
tal para cual {phrase}  :: two peas in a pod, two of a kind
taltuza {f} [Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua]  :: gopher
talud {m}  :: slope (of a structure, wall or terrain)
tal vez {adv}  :: maybe, perhaps
talvez {adv}  :: perhaps, maybe
tal y como {adv}  :: alternative form of tal como
tamal {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: bundle, clumsy package
tamal {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: embroilment, imbroglio
tamal {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: tamal, tamale
tamale {m} [dialect]  :: tamale
tamaleada {f} [Central America, Mexico]  :: A gathering of people to make and eat tamales
tamalera {f}  :: One who makes or sells tamales
tamaño {adj}  :: as big or small; equivalent in size; so big/so small
tamaño {m}  :: size
tamarindo {m}  :: A candy made of tamarind fruit
tamarindo {m}  :: tamarind (fruit)
tamarindo {m}  :: tamarind (tree)
Tamaulipas {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
tamaulipeco {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Tamaulipas
tamb {abbr}  :: abbreviation of también
tambaleante {adj}  :: shaky, rickety, giddy
tambalear {v}  :: to reel
tambalear {v}  :: to stagger
tambalear {v}  :: to wobble
tambaleo {m}  :: stagger
tambaleo {m}  :: wobble
también {adv}  :: also, too, as well
tambor {m}  :: drum
tambor {m}  :: drum-shaped piece, part or device
tamboreada {v} [feminine past participle of, tamborear]  ::
tamboreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tamborear]  ::
tamboreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tamborear]  ::
tamborear {v}  :: to drum (to knock successively)
tamboril {m}  :: tabor (small drum)
tamborilear {v}  :: to drum (with the fingers)
tameme {m} [Honduras, Mexico]  :: porter, carrier
Tamesí {prop}  :: a river in North-Eastern Mexico, which flows out in the Pánuco river, by Tampico
tamil {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Tamil script
tamil {adj}  :: Tamil; of or pertaining to the Tamil people of India and Sri Lanka, their culture, or language
tamil {m}  :: A Tamil person, belonging to the Tamil people
tamil {m}  :: The Tamil language
tamiz {m}  :: sieve
tamizada {v} [feminine past participle of, tamizar]  ::
tamizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tamizar]  ::
tamizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tamizar]  ::
tamizar {v}  :: to purify, to remove defects from
tamizar {v}  :: to strain, to sieve, to sift
tampón {m}  :: tampon (plug of cotton or other absorbent material)
tampoco {adv}  :: either (as well)
tampoco {adv}  :: neither; nor
tan {adv}  :: so, as
tanatofobia {f}  :: thanatophobia
tanatorio {m} [chiefly Spain]  :: funeral home
tanda {f} [colloquial, Latin America]  :: beating, bashing
tanda {f}  :: duty, turn
tanda {f}  :: group
tanda {f}  :: series
tanda {f}  :: session
tanda {f}  :: shift
tanda {f}  :: task, work
tanda {f}  :: time, instance
tanga {m}  :: G-string, thong
tangana {f}  :: ruckus; brawl
tangencial {adj}  :: tangential
tangencialmente {adv}  :: tangentially
tangente {adj} [geometry]  :: tangent
tangente {f} [trigonometry]  :: tangent
tangible {adj}  :: tangible
tango {m}  :: a style of music associated with the tango dance (used to accompany and set the beat for the dance)
tango {m}  :: tango (ballroom dance)
tanguero {m}  :: One who sings or dances a tango
tanguito {m}  :: diminutive form of tango
Tania {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to the English Tania
tanino {m} [chemistry]  :: tannin
taíno {m}  :: Taino (language)
taíno {m}  :: Taino (people)
tano {adj} [slang, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: Italian
tano {m} [slang, Argentina, Uruguay]  :: An Italian (a person from Italy or of Italian ancestry)
tanque {m}  :: cistern
tanque {m}  :: large glass (for drinking)
tanque {m}  :: tank (military vehicle)
tantalio {m}  :: tantalum
tantear {v}  :: to estimate
tantear {v}  :: to grope
tantear {v}  :: to weigh up, to size up, to sound out
tanteo {m}  :: estimate
tanteo {m}  :: scoring
tanteo {m}  :: test, trial
tanteo {m}  :: trial and error
tanto {adj}  :: so much, as much
tanto {adv}  :: so much, long, hard, often, etc
tanto {m}  :: copy
tanto {m} [Latin America]  :: portion
tanto {m}  :: point (in a game)
tanto {m}  :: poker chip, counter
tanto {pron}  :: so much, so many
tanto monta, monta tanto, Isabel como Fernando {phrase}  :: It doesn't matter in which order things are
tantos {mp}  :: score
Tanzania {prop}  :: Tanzania
tanzano {adj}  :: Tanzanian
tanzano {f}  :: Tanzanian
taoísmo {m}  :: Daoism, Taoism
taoísta {adj}  :: Daoist
taoísta {m}  :: Daoist
tapa {f}  :: appetizer (small portion of food)
tapa {f}  :: lid, cover
tapacubos {m}  :: hubcap
tapada {f} [Colombia]  :: cover (action and effect of covering)
tapada {v} [feminine past participle of, tapar]  ::
tapadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tapar]  ::
tapadera {f}  :: disguise, camouflage, concealing, cover
tapadera {f}  :: lid, cover
tapadillo {m} [colloquial]  :: falsehood, bluff
tapado {adj}  :: covered
tapados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tapar]  ::
tapa dura {f}  :: hardback, hardcover
tapagrietas {m}  :: filler (material to e.g. fill cracks)
tapanco {m} [Mexico]  :: loft, attic
tapar {v}  :: to cover
taparrabos {m}  :: loincloth, swimming trunks
taparse {vr}  :: To cover oneself for protection from the elements, etc
taparse {vr}  :: To cover oneself when naked
tape {m}  :: Scotch tape, tape
tapear {v}  :: to have tapas, to dine on tapas, particularly from bar to bar
tapersex {m} [soplink, sex toy, party]  ::
tapete {m}  :: runner, carpet, rug
tapete {m}  :: tablecloth
tapia {f}  :: adobe
tapia {f}  :: adobe brick
tapia {f}  :: enclosing wall
tapia {f}  :: wall made of adobe bricks
tapiar {v}  :: enclose
tapiar {v}  :: wall up, brick
tapioca {f}  :: tapioca
tapita {f}  :: A cocktail sandwich, a biscuit, cheeser
tapita {f} [Chile]  :: A crispy slice of toast served with various toppings, especially avocado paste, cold cuts, and ensalada chilena
tapiz {m}  :: carpet
tapiz {m}  :: tapestry
tapón {m}  :: cap, plug, bung, stopper
tapón {m}  :: obstruction
tapón {m}  :: traffic jam
taponada {v} [feminine past participle of, taponar]  ::
taponadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, taponar]  ::
taponados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, taponar]  ::
taponar {v}  :: to plug
taponeada {v} [feminine past participle of, taponear]  ::
taponeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, taponear]  ::
taponeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, taponear]  ::
taponear {v} [Chile, Uruguay, Cuba]  :: to plug
taquera {f}  :: feminine form of taquero
taquería {f} [Mexico]  :: restaurant that serves tacos
taquero {f} [chiefly, Mexico]  :: Someone who makes or sells tacos
taquero {m}  :: cue rack
taquicardia {m}  :: tachycardia
taquigrafía {f}  :: shorthand; stenography, tachygraphy
taquilla {f}  :: ticket office, box office
taquillazo {m}  :: A blockbuster
taquillera {f}  :: A blockbuster
taquillero {adj}  :: (of entertainment) box-office success, hit
taquillero {f}  :: box-office worker; ticket salesperson
taquito {m}  :: a rolled-up taco
taquito {m}  :: diminutive form of taco
tara {f}  :: defect, flaw
tara {f}  :: deficiency
tara {f}  :: tare (empty weight of a container)
tarabita {f} [Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador]  :: A type of cable railway that transports people horizontally
taracotomía {f}  :: thoracotomy
tarada {f}  :: feminine form of tarado
tarado {adj}  :: faulty, deficient
tarado {adj}  :: stupid, dumb
tarado {f}  :: idiot
tarar {v}  :: to tare
tarareada {v} [feminine past participle of, tararear]  ::
tarareadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tararear]  ::
tarareados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tararear]  ::
tararear {v}  :: to hum
tardíamente {adv}  :: belatedly, tardily
tardanza {f}  :: delay
tardanza {f}  :: tardiness
tardar {v}  :: to be late
tardar {v}  :: to delay
tardar {v}  :: to last
tarde {adj}  :: late
tarde {adv}  :: late
tarde {f}  :: afternoon
tarde {f}  :: evening
tarde o temprano {adv} [idiomatic]  :: sooner or later
tardón {m} [colloquial]  :: latecomer
tardío {adj}  :: belated, tardy, delayed
tardo {adj}  :: slow, sluggish
tardo {adj}  :: tardy
tarea {f}  :: homework
tarea {f}  :: task
Targum {prop}  :: targum
tarifa {f}  :: fare
tarifa {f}  :: fee
tarima {f}  :: platform
tarja {f}  :: plate
tarja {f}  :: shield
tarja {f}  :: tally
tarjeta {f}  :: card
tarjeta de crédito {f}  :: credit card
tarjeta inteligente {f}  :: A smart card
tarántula {f}  :: tarantula
tarraconense {adj}  :: from the city of Tarragona
tarraconense {adj}  :: from the province of Tarragona
tarraconense {m}  :: Someone from Tarragona
Tarragona {prop}  :: Tarragona (city)
Tarragona {prop}  :: Tarragona (province)
Tarragona {prop}  :: The letter T in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
Tarrasa {prop}  :: Terrassa (Catalonian city)
tarrasense {adj}  :: Of or from Terrassa
tarrasense {m}  :: someone from Terrassa
tarro {m}  :: jar, pot
tarsero {m}  :: tarsier
tarso {m} [anatomy]  :: tarsus (entire ankle)
tarso {m} [skeleton]  :: tarsal (any bone of the ankle)
tarta {f}  :: tart
tarta de queso {f}  :: cheesecake
tartaleta {f}  :: tart; tartlet
tartamudear {v}  :: to stutter, stammer
tartamudeo {m}  :: stutter
tartamudez {f}  :: stutter
tartamudo {adj}  :: stuttering
tartamudo {m}  :: stutter
tartracina {f} [organic compound]  :: tartrazine
tartrato {m} [organic compound]  :: tartrate
tartárico {adj}  :: tartaric
Tarzán {prop}  :: Tarzan
tasa {f}  :: rate
tasa {f}  :: tax
tasación {f}  :: assessment
tasador {f}  :: assessor
tasadora {f}  :: assessor
tasajo {m}  :: jerky, dried meat
tasar {v}  :: to appraise
tasca {f}  :: bar; inn; drinking hole
tata {m} [dialectal, colloquial, El Salvador]  :: father, daddy
tatami {m}  :: tatami
tatarabuela {f}  :: great-great-grandmother
tatarabuelo {f}  :: great-great-grandparent; great-great-grandfather (great-great-grandmother for the feminine form)
tataranieto {f}  :: great-great-grandchild; great-great-grandson (great-great-granddaughter for the feminine form)
tatatarabuela {f}  :: great-great-great-grandmother (feminine form of tatatarabuelo)
tatatarabuelo {f}  :: great-great-great-grandfather
tatemar {v} [Mexico]  :: to roast, to grill
tatuado {adj}  :: tattooed
tatuador {m}  :: tattoo artist
tatuaje {m}  :: tattoo
tatuar {v}  :: to tattoo
tau {f}  :: tauon (elementary particle)
tau {f}  :: tau; the Greek letter Τ, τ
taumatina {f} [protein]  :: thaumatin
tauón {m}  :: tauon
taurina {f} [biochemistry]  :: taurine
taurino {adj}  :: having the Zodiac sign Taurus
taurino {adj}  :: taurine
taurocólico {adj}  :: taurocholic
taurocolato {m} [organic compound]  :: taurocholate
tauromaquia {f} [bullfighting]  :: tauromachy, bullfighting
tautológico {adj}  :: tautological
tautología {f}  :: tautology
tautomerasa {f} [enzyme]  :: tautomerase
Tavernes de la Valldigna {prop}  :: a city in Spain, District of Safor, 54 km from Valencia
taxcal {m} [Mexico]  :: A basket used to carry or store tortillas
taxi {m}  :: taxi
taxidermia {f}  :: taxidermy
taxina {f}  :: taxine
taxista {m}  :: taxi driver
taxímetro {m} [rare]  :: taxi
taxímetro {m}  :: taximeter
taxonómico {adj}  :: taxonomic
taxonomía {f}  :: taxonomy
Tayikistán {prop}  :: Tajikistan
tayiko {adj}  :: Tajik
tayiko {f}  :: Tajik
tayota {f} [Dominican Republic]  :: chayote
taza {f}  :: cup, mug
taza {f}  :: toilet bowl
tazón {m}  :: bowl
tazón {m}  :: mug (large cup)
tb {abbr} [texting, Internet]  :: 2, too, also
TB {abbr}  :: Tabasco (Mexican state)
tábano {m}  :: gadfly (insect)
Tíbet {prop}  :: Tibet
tócala {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, toca, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tócame {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, toca, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tácitamente {adv}  :: tacitly
tácito {adj}  :: tacit
TCM {abbr}  :: abbreviation of también conocido como (In english, a.k.a.)
técnica {f}  :: feminine form of técnico
técnica {f}  :: technique
técnicamente {adv}  :: technically
técnico {adj}  :: technical
técnico {f}  :: technician
t/c/p {abbr}  :: también conocido por: a.k.a.
táctica {f}  :: tactic
táctica {f}  :: tactics
tácticamente {adv}  :: tactically
táctico {adj}  :: tactic
táctico {adj}  :: tactician
táctil {adj}  :: tactile
TDAH {initialism}  :: ADHD
té de limón {m}  :: té de limón
te {pron} [dative of, tú]  ::  : to you, for you
te {pron}  :: reflexive form of tú: yourself
tea {f} [figurated]  :: binge
tea {f}  :: firelighter
tea {f}  :: torch
te amo {phrase}  :: I love you
teanina {f}  :: theanine
teatral {adj}  :: theatrical
teatrero {adj}  :: theatrical, over-the-top
teatrero {f}  :: theatregoer
teatro {m}  :: theater
tebano {adj}  :: Theban
tebeo {m}  :: comic, graphic novel
teca {f}  :: teak
-teca {suffix}  :: Used for any kind of collection
-teca {suffix}  :: Used for various Mexican or Central American ethnicities
techar {v}  :: to shingle
techo {m}  :: ceiling
techo {m}  :: roof
tecla {f}  :: A key, button (on a machine or instrument)
tecla de borrado {f}  :: delete, deletion key
teclado {m}  :: keyboard (of a typewriter, piano, computer, etc.)
teclear {v}  :: to type
teclear {v}  :: to type in
teclista {m}  :: keyboardist
tecnócrata {m}  :: technocrat
tecnecio {m}  :: technetium
-tecnia {suffix}  :: skill, technique
tecno- {prefix}  :: techno-
tecnocracia {f}  :: technocracy
tecnocrático {adj}  :: technocratic
tecnológicamente {adv}  :: technologically
tecnológico {adj}  :: technological
tecnología {f}  :: technology
tecnosexual {adj}  :: technosexual
tecol {m} [Mexico]  :: The edible larva of the moth Hypopta agavis, used in traditional Mexican cuisine
tecolote {m} [colloquial, dated, Mexico]  :: policeman
tecolote {m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]  :: owl
tectita {f}  :: tektite
tectónica {f} [geology]  :: tectonics
tectónico {adj}  :: tectonic
tedio {m}  :: boredom
tedioso {adj}  :: tedious, boring, boresome, tiresome
te echo de menos {phrase}  :: I miss you
Teófilo {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Theophilus
tegobi {m} [vesre]  :: policeman
Tegucigalpa {prop}  :: Tegucigalpa
Tegus {prop}  :: Nickname for Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras
Teguz {prop}  :: Nickname for Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras
teñida {v} [feminine past participle of, teñir]  ::
teñidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, teñir]  ::
teñidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, teñir]  ::
teñir {v}  :: to color, to dye, to stain
teja {f}  :: A type of chocolate from Peru
teja {f}  :: A type of noodle
teja {f} [Costa Rica, slang]  :: A 100 colón coin
teja {f}  :: roof tile
tejado {m}  :: tiled roof
tejano {adj}  :: alternative spelling of texano
tejano {f}  :: alternative spelling of texano
tejanos {m}  :: blue jeans
tejar {vt}  :: to tile
Tejas {prop}  :: Texas, a state of the USA
tejedor {f}  :: weaver
tejemaneje {m}  :: corruption, graft
tejemaneje {m}  :: fiddle, shady deal (fraud)
tejemaneje {m}  :: intrigue, scheme
tejer {v}  :: to knit
tejer {v}  :: to spin (a web, a tale)
tejer {v}  :: to weave
tejido {m} [biology]  :: tissue
tejido {m}  :: fabric
tejón {m}  :: badger
tejón {m} [Mexico]  :: coati
tejo {m}  :: Any of the games played using such an object
tejo {m}  :: A shard, tile or similar object used in various games
tejo {m}  :: yew
tejocote {m} [Mexico]  :: Crataegus mexicana, a species of fruit-bearing hawthorn
tejocote {m} [Mexico]  :: The small, yellowish fruit of this tree
tejolote {m} [Mexico]  :: A type of stone pestle, often cylindrical in shape and used with a molcajete
tela {f}  :: cloth (woven fabric)
tela {f} [colloquial]  :: cash, dosh
tela {f} [colloquial]  :: task
telar {m}  :: loom
telaraña {f}  :: spiderweb
teldense {adj}  :: Of or from Telde
teldense {m}  :: Someone from Telde
tele {f}  :: television
tele- {prefix}  :: tele- (1 and 2)
telecinquero {adj}  :: A fan of Telecinco
telecinquero {adj}  :: A TV program or series of Telecinco, a famous TV channel of Spain
telecinquero {adj}  :: Someone who works for Telecinco
telecomunicación {f}  :: telecommunication
teleconferencia {f}  :: teleconference
telefónicamente {adv}  :: telephonically, over the phone, by phone
telefónico {adj}  :: telephonic; pertaining to telephones
telefonía {f}  :: telephony
telefonía fija {f}  :: landline (fixed telephone communications cable)
telefonear {v}  :: to telephone
teleférico {m}  :: aerial tramway, cable car
telegrafía {f}  :: telegraphy
telegrafiada {v} [feminine past participle of, telegrafiar]  ::
telegrafiadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, telegrafiar]  ::
telegrafiados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, telegrafiar]  ::
telegrafiar {v}  :: to telegraph
telegrama {m}  :: telegram
telegráfico {adj}  :: telegraphic
telemando {m}  :: remote control
telemedida {f}  :: telemetry
telemetría {f}  :: telemetry
telenovela {f}  :: soap opera/telenovela
telepatía {f}  :: telepathy
teleportación {f}  :: teleportation
telepáticamente {adv}  :: telepathically
telepático {adj}  :: telepathic
telequinético {adj}  :: telekinetic
telerrealidad {m}  :: reality television
telescopio {m}  :: telescope
telescópico {adj}  :: telescopic
telesilla {f}  :: chairlift
telespectador {f}  :: television viewer
teletransportador {m}  :: teleporter
teletransportar {v}  :: to teleport
teletransporte {m}  :: teleportation
teletsunami {m}  :: teletsunami
televidente {m}  :: television viewer
televisar {v}  :: to televise
televisión {f}  :: television [programming]
televisivo {adj}  :: televisable, televisual
televisivo {adj}  :: TV, television (attributive)
televisor {m}  :: television set
televoto {m}  :: televotion
teléfono {m}  :: telephone, phone
teléfono celular {m}  :: cell phone [US], mobile phone [UK, Australia]
teléfono fijo {m}  :: landline (telephone connected by such a fixed cable)
teléfono inteligente {m}  :: smartphone
teléfono móbil {n}  :: cell phone [US], mobile phone [UK, Australia]
teléfono móvil {m}  :: cell phone [US], mobile phone [UK, Australia]
telégrafo {m}  :: telegraph (apparatus for communicating between distant points)
telégrafo {m}  :: telegraphy
telómero {m} [genetics]  :: telomere
telón {m}  :: curtain
telón {m}  :: fabric (material made of fibers)
Telón de Acero {prop} [Spain, historical]  :: Iron Curtain
telón de fondo {m}  :: backdrop
telo {m} [vesre]  :: love hotel
teólogo {f}  :: theologian
telomerasa {f} [enzyme]  :: telomerase
telomérico {adj}  :: telomeric
telonear {v} [music]  :: to support (act as the support act for another group)
telonero {m} [music]  :: support, support act
telosoma {f} [protein]  :: telosome
telúrico {adj}  :: earthly
telúrico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: telluric
telurio {m}  :: tellurium
teluro {m}  :: tellurium
tema {m}  :: theme; plot (of a book, film or other media)
tema {m}  :: topic; matter; subject
temario {m}  :: program, agenda, syllabus
temascal {m}  :: alternative spelling of temazcal
temazcal {m} [El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico]  :: A sweat lodge, traditionally one made from adobe bricks
temblada {v} [feminine past participle of, temblar]  ::
tembladas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, temblar]  ::
temblados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, temblar]  ::
temblar {vi}  :: to tremble
temblor {m}  :: earthquake; usually a light one
temblor {m}  :: tremble, trembling
temer {vit}  :: To fear
temerario {adj}  :: reckless, rash
temeridad {f}  :: recklessness, fearlessness, temerity
temeroso {adj}  :: fearful, distressed
temescal {m}  :: alternative spelling of temazcal
temible {adj}  :: fearsome
temor {m}  :: fear
temperamento {m}  :: temperament
temperar {v}  :: to calm
temperar {v}  :: to soften
temperar {v}  :: to temper
temperatura {f}  :: temperature
temperatura ambiente {f}  :: room temperature
temperatura ambiente {f} ambiente
tempero {m}  :: seasonableness
tempestad {f}  :: tempest, storm
tempestivamente {adv}  :: timely, seasonably, opportunely
tempestividad {f}  :: seasonableness
tempestuosamente {adv}  :: tempestuously, turbulently
tempestuoso {adj}  :: tempestuous, stormy
tempestuoso {adj}  :: turbulent
templado {adj}  :: temperate
templado {adj}  :: tempered
templado {adj}  :: tepid, warm, mild
templanza {f}  :: temperance, moderation, sobriety
templar {v}  :: to calm down, chill out
templar {v}  :: to cool down
templar {v}  :: to cool off
templar {v}  :: to temper
templar {v}  :: to tune (a musical instrument)
templar {v}  :: to warm up
templario {adj}  :: pertaining to the Knights Templar
templario {m}  :: Templar
templo {m}  :: temple
temporada {f}  :: season, period, span of time
temporal {adj}  :: temporary
temporal {m}  :: storm
temporalidad {f}  :: temporality
temporalmente {adv}  :: temporarily
temporariamente {adv}  :: temporarily
temprano {adj}  :: early
temprano {adv}  :: early
temática {f}  :: subject, topic
temáticamente {adv}  :: thematically
temático {adj}  :: thematic
tena {f}  :: A type of pepper
tenacidad {f}  :: tenacity
tenamaste {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: hearthstone
tenamaste {m} [in the plural, Mexico]  :: triplets
tenamaztle {m}  :: alternative spelling of tenamaste
tenante {m} [heraldry]  :: supporter
tenar {adj}  :: thenar
tenaz {adj}  :: tenacious
tenaza {f}  :: pincers
tenazas {fp}  :: pincers
tendedero {m}  :: clotheslines, clotheshorse (device or place on which laundry is hung out to dry)
tendencia {f}  :: tendency
tendencioso {adj}  :: tendentious, biased
tendente {adj}  :: tending (to)
tender {vi}  :: to tend to, to have a tendency
tender {vr}  :: to lay oneself down
tender {vt}  :: to build (a bridge across an expanse)
tender {vt}  :: to cast (a net)
tender {vt}  :: to coat (with plaster)
tender {vt}  :: to extend (the hand)
tender {vt}  :: to floor (with a punch), to stretch out
tender {vt}  :: to hang up (clothes)
tender {vt}  :: to lay (cable)
tender {vt}  :: to make (a bed)
tender {vt}  :: to set (a trap)
tender {vt}  :: to spread, to stretch out
tenderete {m}  :: stall, market stall
tendero {m}  :: shopkeeper
tenderse {v}  :: to lie down
tendido {adj}  :: hanging
tendido {adj}  :: lying
tendido {m}  :: cable, cabling, wire, wiring
tendón {m}  :: tendon
tenebroso {adj}  :: tenebrous
tenedor {m}  :: fork
tenencia {f}  :: tenancy, occupancy
tener {vt}  :: To be of a measure or age
tener {vt}  :: To contain
tener {vt}  :: To feel (internally)
tener {vt}  :: To have, possess an object
tener {vt}  :: To hold, grasp
tener {vt}  :: To make to feel
tener {vt}  :: To possess a condition or quality
tenería {f}  :: tannery
tener a gala {v} [idiomatic]  :: to pride oneself on
tener agarrado por los cojones {v} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: To have someone by the balls
tener algo que ver con {v} [idiomatic]  :: To have something to do with; to have some relationship with
tener chispa {v}  :: to be funnily clever, to be witty
tener cuidado {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: Take care
tener dos dedos de frente {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be an idiot, to be thick as a plank
tener en cuenta {v} [idiomatic]  :: To take into account; to keep in mind
tener en el bote {v} [idiomatic]  :: To have someone eat out of one's hand
tener entre ceja y ceja {v} [idiomatic]  :: to find (someone) annoying
tener entre ceja y ceja {v} [idiomatic]  :: to have (something) on one's mind
tener ganas {v}  :: to feel like, fancy
Tenerife {prop}  :: Tenerife
tenerla {v} [es-compound of, ten, er, , la, mood=inf]  ::
tener largas narices {v} [idiomatic]  :: To be able to predict the future
tener largas narices {v} [idiomatic]  :: To have a keen sense of smell
tenerlas {v} [es-compound of, ten, er, tener, las, mood=inf]  ::
tenerlo {v} [es-compound of, ten, er, , lo, mood=inf]  ::
tenerlos {v} [es-compound of, ten, er, tener, los, mood=inf]  ::
tener los labios sellados {v} [idiomatic]  :: To keep one's lips sealed; to keep a secret. (Literally, to have the lips sealed)
tener lugar {v}  :: to take place, to occur
tener mariposas en el estómago {v} [idiomatic]  :: have butterflies in one's stomach
tenerme {v} [es-compound of, ten, er, tener, me, mood=inf]  ::
tener más cuento que Calleja {v} [idiomatic]  :: Someone who continually makes up excuses
tener pájaros en la cabeza {v} [idiomatic]  :: to have a screw loose, to have bats in the belfry (literally, "to have birds in the head")
tener pluma {v} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: to be camp (ostentatiously gay)
tener por {v}  :: to think; to be of the opinion
tener que {v} [idiomatic]  :: To have to
tenerte {v} [es-compound of, ten, er, tener, te, mood=inf]  ::
tengo calor {phrase}  :: I'm hot
tengo una pregunta {phrase}  :: I have a question
tenia {f}  :: tapeworm
tenida {f} [Bolivia, Chile, Peru]  :: outfit (set of clothing)
tenida {f}  :: meeting, session
teniente {m}  :: deputy
teniente {m}  :: having, holding
teniente {m}  :: lieutenant
tenis {m}  :: tennis
tenis {m}  :: trainer, sneaker, running shoe (shoe)
tenis de mesa {m}  :: table tennis, ping pong
tenista {m}  :: tennis player
Tennessee {prop}  :: Tennessee
Tenochtitlan {prop}  :: alternative form of Tenochtitlán
Tenochtitlán {prop}  :: Tenochtitlan
tensar {v}  :: to tense
tensión {f}  :: tension
tensión sexual {f}  :: sexual tension
tensión superficial {f}  :: surface tension
tensiometro {m}  :: tensiometer
tenso {adj}  :: tense
tensoactivo {m}  :: surfactant
tentación {f}  :: temptation
tentacular {adj}  :: tentacular
tentador {adj}  :: tempting
tentar {v}  :: to tempt
tentar {v}  :: to touch
tentativa {f}  :: attempt, trial, experiment
tentativa {f}  :: endeavor
tentativo {adj}  :: tentative
tentáculo {m}  :: tentacle
tentempié {m}  :: snack, refreshment
tenue {adj}  :: faint, dim, soft
tenue {adj}  :: tenuous, thin, weak
teo- {prefix}  :: theo-
teobroma {m} [chiefly, poetic]  :: cacao bean
teocinte {m} [Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico]  :: teosinte
teocracia {f}  :: theocracy
teocráticamente {adv}  :: theocratically
teocrático {adj}  :: theocratic
teodolito {m}  :: theodolite
Teodora {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to Theodora
Teodoro {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Theodore
teogónico {adj}  :: theogonic
teogonía {f}  :: theogony
teológico {adj}  :: theologic
teología {f}  :: theology
teoría {f}  :: theory
teoría de conjuntos {f}  :: set theory (mathematical theory of sets)
teoría de la relatividad {f}  :: theory of relativity (special and general relativity considered as unit together)
teoría de nudos {f} [mathematics]  :: knot theory
teorema {m}  :: theorem
teorizar {v}  :: to theorize
teosofía {f}  :: theosophy (religious doctrine)
tepalcate {m} [Mexico]  :: potsherd
tepezcuinte {m}  :: alternative form of tepezcuintle
tepezcuintle {m} [Mexico, Central America]  :: paca (Agouti paca, large rodent)
tepocate {m} [Mexico]  :: alternative form of atepocate
teporinco {m}  :: alternative form of teporingo
teporingo {m} [Mexico]  :: volcano rabbit
te quiero {phrase}  :: I love you; I care about you
te quiero como la trucha al trucho {phrase} [humorous, idiomatic]  :: I love you so much
tequila {m}  :: tequila
tequilazo {m}  :: augmentative form of tequila
tequilazo {m}  :: (small amount of alcohol) A tequila shot
tequilería {f}  :: An establishment that serves tequila
tequilero {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to tequila
tequilero {f}  :: tequilero
terafim {m}  :: teraphim
terapeuta {m}  :: therapist
terapia {f}  :: therapy
-terapia {suffix}  :: Used to form the names of therapies, many of which are two words in English
terapia de hormonas {f}  :: hormone therapy
terapia física {f}  :: physical therapy
terapéutica {f}  :: therapeutics
terapéutica {f}  :: therapy
terapéutica ocupacional {f}  :: occupational therapy
terapéutico {adj}  :: therapeutic
teratón {m}  :: teraton
terato- {prefix}  :: terato-
terbio {m}  :: terbium
terbutanol {m} [organic compound]  :: tert-Butanol
tercera {f} [music]  :: a third (interval)
tercera edad {f} [idiomatic]  :: old age, retirement age
tercermundista {adj}  :: third-world
tercero {adj}  :: third
tercero {m} [legal]  :: third party
tercero {m}  :: mediator
terciada {f} [medicine, also used in the plural]  :: tertian fever
terciadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, terciar]  ::
terciado {adj} [heraldry]  :: tierced; divided into three parts
terciados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, terciar]  ::
terciar {v}  :: to divide into thirds
terciario {adj}  :: tertiary
terciario {m} [geology]  :: Tertiary
tercio {adj}  :: third
terciopelo {m}  :: velvet
terco {adj}  :: stubborn, obstinate
tereré {m}  :: A type of cold drink made with yerba maté, often containing orange juice
Teresa {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to English Teresa
tergiversar {v}  :: to tergiversate
teóricamente {adv}  :: theoretically
teórico {adj}  :: theoretical
teórico {f}  :: theorist
teriología {f}  :: mammalogy
termal {adj}  :: thermal, thermic
termas {f}  :: hot spring
termas {f}  :: thermae
termas {f}  :: thermal bath
terámetro {m}  :: terametre
terminación {f}  :: termination
terminado {adj}  :: finished
terminal {adj}  :: deadly
terminal {adj}  :: final
terminal {m}  :: closure
terminal {m}  :: terminal
terminante {adj}  :: categorical
terminante {adj}  :: strict
terminar {v}  :: to end up
terminar {v}  :: to finish
terminarla {v} [es-compound of, termin, ar, terminar, la, mood=inf]  ::
terminarlo {v} [es-compound of, termin, ar, terminar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
terminología {f}  :: terminology
termita {f} [chemistry]  :: thermite
termita {f}  :: termite
termómetro {m}  :: thermometer
termínala {v} [es-compound of, termin, ar, termina, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
termo {m}  :: thermos
termodinámica {f}  :: thermodynamics
termodinámicamente {adv}  :: thermodynamically
termodinámico {adj}  :: thermodynamic
termoplástico {adj}  :: thermoplastic
termoplástico {m}  :: thermoplastic
termorregulador {f}  :: thermoregulator
termosfera {f}  :: thermosphere
Termópilas {prop}  :: Thermopylae (narrow pass in eastern Greece and site of a historic battle)
termósfera {f}  :: thermosphere
ternario {adj}  :: ternary
ternera {f}  :: veal
ternero {m}  :: calf; young cow
terneza {f}  :: tenderness
terno {m} [Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru]  :: suit (set of clothes)
terno {m} [colloquial]  :: swearword
terno {m}  :: set of three, trio
terno {m}  :: three-piece suit
ternura {f}  :: tenderness
tero {m} [Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay]  :: teruteru
terpeno {m} [organic compound]  :: terpene
terpenoide {m} [organic compound]  :: terpenoid
terópodo {m}  :: A theropod: any dinosaur of suborder Theropoda
terquedad {f}  :: obstinacy
terracería {f} [Mexico]  :: dirt track
terracota {f}  :: terracotta
terraplenar {v}  :: to terrace
terraplén {m}  :: embankment; fill (on a hillside, etc.)
terrario {m}  :: terrarium
terrateniente {m}  :: landlord, landlady, lessor
terrateniente {m}  :: landowner
terraza {m}  :: sidewalk cafe
terraza {m}  :: terrace
terrazo {m}  :: land portrayed in a landscape
terrícola {m}  :: Earthling
terregoso {adj} [of terrain]  :: Full of clods or lumps of earth
terremotín {m} [informal]  :: A child
terremoto {m}  :: earthquake
terrenal {adj}  :: earthly (of the earth)
terrenal {adj}  :: terrestrial
terrenal {adj}  :: worldly
terreno {m}  :: land
terrestre {adj}  :: earthling
terrestre {adj}  :: earthly
terrestre {adj}  :: terrestrial
terrible {adj}  :: terrible
terriblemente {adv}  :: terribly
territorial {adj}  :: territorial
territorio {m}  :: territory
terrón {m}  :: clod, clump of earth
terrón {m}  :: clump, lump [of any other substance]
terror {m}  :: horror
terror {m}  :: terror
terrorífico {adj}  :: terrifying, terrific, scary (causing fear)
terrorismo {m}  :: terrorism
terrorista {adj}  :: terroristic
terrorista {m}  :: terrorist
terráqueo {m}  :: earthling, terraqueous
terso {adj}  :: smooth, polished
terso {adj}  :: soft
tertulia {f}  :: a regular social gathering, a circle
tertuliano {m}  :: guest on a talk show
tertuliano {m}  :: Someone who goes to a gathering
Teruel {prop}  :: Teruel (city)
Teruel {prop}  :: Teruel (province)
Teruel {prop}  :: The letter T in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
Tesalia {prop}  :: Thessaly (region of Greece)
tesauro {m}  :: thesaurus
tesis {f}  :: thesis
teísmo {m}  :: theism
tesón {m}  :: tenacity
tesorería {f}  :: treasurership
tesorería {f}  :: treasury
tesorero {m}  :: treasurer
tesoro {m}  :: thesaurus
tesoro {m}  :: treasure
test {m}  :: test
teísta {m}  :: theist
testamentario {adj}  :: testamentary
testamento {m}  :: will, testament
testar {v}  :: to compose a will
testarudo {adj}  :: stubborn, obstinate
testículo {m} [anatomy]  :: testicle
test de Rorschach {m}  :: Rorschach test
testear {v} [Argentina, Chile]  :: to test
testera {f}  :: faceplate on a horse's bridle
testicular {adj}  :: testicular
testificada {v} [feminine past participle of, testificar]  ::
testificadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, testificar]  ::
testificados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, testificar]  ::
testificar {v}  :: to give evidence
testificar {v}  :: to testify
testigo {m}  :: witness
testigo de Jehová {m}  :: Jehovah's Witness
testigo ocular {m}  :: eyewitness (person who has seen and testify about an event)
testiguada {v} [feminine past participle of, testiguar]  ::
testiguadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, testiguar]  ::
testiguados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, testiguar]  ::
testiguar {v} [obsolete]  :: to testify, bear witness
testimoniar {v}  :: to give testimony
testimonio {m}  :: testimony
testosterona {f}  :: testosterone
teta {f}  :: breast
teta {f}  :: nipple
tete {m} [South America, colloquial]  :: mess, pickle
tetera {f}  :: kettle (for boiling water)
tetera {f}  :: teapot (vessel for tea)
tetería {f}  :: teahouse
te toca a ti {phrase}  :: it's your turn
tetraceno {m} [organic compound]  :: tetracene
tetracloroetileno {m} [organic compound]  :: tetrachloroethylene
tetradecágono {m} [geometry]  :: tetradecagon
tetraedro {m} [geometry]  :: tetrahedron
tetraetilo {m}  :: tetraethyl
tetraetílico {adj}  :: tetraethyl
tetragonal {adj}  :: tetragonal
tetrahidrofurano {m} [organic compound]  :: tetrahydrofuran
tetranortriterpeno {m}  :: tetranortriterpenoid
tetraterpeno {m} [organic compound]  :: tetraterpene
tetraterpenoide {m} [organic compound]  :: tetraterpenoid
tetrazina {f} [organic compound]  :: tetrazine
tetrosa {f} [organic chemistry, carbohydrate]  :: tetrose
tetróxido {m}  :: tetroxide
tetuda {adj}  :: busty
tetun {m}  :: Tetum (language)
texano {adj}  :: Texan
texano {f}  :: Texan
Texas {prop}  :: Texas
texteada {v} [feminine past participle of, textear]  ::
texteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, textear]  ::
texteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, textear]  ::
textear {v}  :: (cellular telephony) to text or communicate through the written form
textil {adj}  :: textile
textil {m}  :: textile
texto {m}  :: text
textual {adj}  :: exact, precise
textual {adj}  :: textual
textualmente {adv}  :: textually
teyberi {m}  :: tayberry
tez {f}  :: complexion
tezontle {m}  :: tezontle
theatro {m}  :: obsolete spelling of teatro
theta {f}  :: theta; the Greek letter Θ, θ
Thiare {prop}  :: female given name, variant of Tiare
thinner {m}  :: thinner, paint thinner
thiomersal {m} [organic compound]  :: thimerosal
ti {pron}  :: you, thee (declined form of used as the object of a preposition)
tianguera {f}  :: feminine form of tianguero
tianguero {f} [Mexico]  :: A vendor located in a tianguis; a marketeer
tianguis {m} [Mexico]  :: market
tianguista {m} [Mexico]  :: A vendor located in a tianguis; a marketeer
tiara {f} [historical]  :: a turban, especially that worn by ancient Persian kings
tiara {f}  :: tiara (all senses)
Tiare {prop}  :: female given name
tiastro {m}  :: half uncle
tibetano {adj}  :: Tibetan
tibetano {f}  :: Tibetan
tibia {f} [anatomy]  :: tibia
tibieza {f}  :: tepidness, lukewarmness
tibieza {f}  :: warmth (of character)
tibio {adj}  :: lukewarm
tiburón {m}  :: shark
tiburón ballena {m}  :: whale shark
tiburón blanco {m}  :: great white shark
tiburón de puntas negras {m}  :: blacktip reef shark
tiburón mako {m}  :: mako shark
tiburón martillo {m}  :: hammerhead shark
tiburón tigre {m}  :: tiger shark
tiburón toro {m}  :: bull shark
tiburón zorro {m}  :: bigeye thresher
tic {m}  :: tick (sound)
tic {m}  :: tick, tic (movement)
tic {m}  :: tick (written mark)
tica {f}  :: feminine form of tico
tickeadora {f} [Latin America]  :: receipt printer
tico {adj} [slang]  :: Costa Rican
tico {m} [slang]  :: Costa Rican
tic-tac {interj}  :: alternative form of tictac
tictac {interj}  :: tick tock
tictaquear {v}  :: to ticktock; to tick
tió de Nadal {m}  :: a tió de Nadal
tiempo {m}  :: tense
tiempo {m}  :: time
tiempo {m}  :: weather
tiempo atrás {adv} [idiomatic]  :: some time ago, in the past
tiempo muerto {m} [sports]  :: time-out
Tiempo Universal Coordinado {prop}  :: Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
tienda {f}  :: shop, store
tienda {f}  :: tent
tienda por departamentos {f}  :: department store
tienta {f}  :: probe
tienta {f}  :: smartness
tiento {m}  :: sip
tiernamente {adv}  :: tenderly
tierno {adj} [Chile, Ecuador]  :: green, unripe (vegetables)
tierno {adj}  :: soft, delicate
tierno {adj}  :: tender, affectionate
tierno {adj}  :: tender (meat, etc.)
tierno {adj}  :: tender, young
tierra {f}  :: A nation or province
tierra {f}  :: land, as opposed to the sea
tierra {f}  :: soil, earth
Tierra {prop}  :: Earth
Tierra Firma {prop}  :: Former name of the Isthmus of Panama
tieso {adj} [colloquial]  :: broke, skint (without money)
tieso {adj} [slang]  :: erect, hard, stiff (having an erect penis; translates in some contexts to erection, boner, stiffy)
tieso {adj}  :: starched, formal
tieso {adj}  :: stiff, rigid
tieso {adj}  :: strong-willed
tiesto {m}  :: any earthenware fragment
tiesto {m}  :: flowerpot
Tiflis {prop}  :: Tbilisi (the capital city of Georgia (the country))
tifón {m}  :: waterspout
tifón {m} [weather]  :: typhoon, tropical cyclone
Tifón {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Typhon
tifus {m} [pathology]  :: typhus
tigre {f}  :: tiger
tigrense {adj}  :: of or from Tigre, Buenos Aires
tigrense {m}  :: Someone from Tigre, Buenos Aires
tigresa {f} [zoology]  :: tigress (female tiger)
tigriña {prop}  :: Tigrinya
tigrillo {m}  :: Any small spotted jungle cat, usually referring to the oncilla or the margay
tigrina {f}  :: alternative form of tigriña
tijera {f}  :: scissors
tijereta {f}  :: earwig
tijuanense {adj}  :: Tijuanan
tijuanense {m}  :: Tijuanan
tiki-taka {f} [soccer]  :: tiki-taka
tila {f}  :: linden flower
tila {f}  :: linden flower tea
tila {f}  :: linden (tree)
tilacino {m}  :: thylacine
tilacoide {m} [cytology]  :: thylakoid
tilcoate {m}  :: alternative form of tilcuate
tilcuate {m} [Mexico]  :: A kind of black snake
tildar {v}  :: to declare or brand as; to stigmatize
tildar {v}  :: to tilde, to put a tilde over
tildarse {v} [informal]  :: hang (of a computer, to stop working)
tildarse {v} [informal]  :: to go into a trance, a stupor
tilde {m}  :: accent mark
tilde {m}  :: criticism, censure
tilde {m}  :: tilde
tilma {f} [historical, Mexico]  :: An indigenous outer garment worn by men. Worn on the front like a long apron, or fastened over the shoulders as a cloak
tilo {m}  :: basswood
timar {v}  :: to fraud
timar {v}  :: to swindle
timbrar {v}  :: to postmark
timbrar {v}  :: to ring, to make sound a ring
timbrar {v}  :: to seal
timbrar {v}  :: to stamp
timbre {m}  :: bell
timbre {m}  :: doorbell
timbre {m}  :: postmark
timbre {m}  :: seal
timbre {m}  :: stamp
timbre {m}  :: timbre
timidez {f}  :: shyness
timidilato {m} [organic compound]  :: thymidylate
timidina {f} [organic compound]  :: thymidine
timidílico {adj}  :: thymidylic
timina {f} [organic compound]  :: thymine
Timișoara {prop}  :: Timișoara
timón {m} [Cuba, Honduras, Colombia, Nicaragua]  :: steering wheel
timón {m}  :: drawbar
timón {m}  :: rudder
timo {m}  :: rip-off, scam
timo {m}  :: thymus
timol {m} [organic compound]  :: thymol
timolol {m}  :: timolol
timonel {m} [nautical]  :: helm
timonel {m} [rowing]  :: cox
timorense {adj}  :: East Timorese
timorense {m}  :: East Timorese
Timor Oriental {prop}  :: East Timor
Timoteo {prop}  :: male given name
Timoteo {prop}  :: Timothy [biblical character]
tina {f}  :: large earthenware jar
tina {f}  :: tub, bathtub
tina {f}  :: vat
tinaja {f}  :: an earthenware jar
tinaja {f} [Latin America]  :: a tinaja
tincar {vp} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to fancy, (would like to)
tincar {vp} [Chile, colloquial]  :: to think, believe, have the impression
tinerfeño {adj}  :: Of, from, or related to, Tenerife
tinerfeño {f}  :: Someone from Tenerife
tinga {f}  :: A typical Mexican dish made with shredded meat
tinge {m}  :: Eurasian eagle owl
tinieblas {fp} [poetic]  :: darkness
tinta {f}  :: ink
tinta china {f}  :: Indian ink
tintar {v}  :: to dye
tintero {m}  :: inkwell
tintinear {v}  :: to jingle
tinto {adj}  :: dark red (wine)
tinto de verano {m}  :: tinto de verano
tintorera {f}  :: A species of shark, Prionace glauca
tintorera {f}  :: feminine form of tintorero
tintorería {f}  :: dry cleaner (shop)
tintorero {f}  :: dyer
tintura {f}  :: colouring, dye
tintura {f}  :: dyeing (the process)
tioconazol {m} [organic compound]  :: tioconazole
tiofeno {m} [organic compound]  :: thiophene
tiorredoxina {f} [enzyme]  :: thioredoxin
tiosulfato {m}  :: thiosulfate
tiovivo {m} [Spain]  :: carousel, merry-go-round (pleasure ride consisting of a slowly revolving circular platform affixed with various types of seats)
tioxantona {f} [organic compound]  :: thioxanthone
tipa {f} [colloquial]  :: feminine form of tipo, woman
tipazo {m} [colloquial]  :: a physically attractive person
tipazo {m} [of a person, colloquial]  :: a very attractive body
tipejo {f} [pejorative]  :: jerk (ridiculous guy)
tipógrafo {m}  :: printer
tipógrafo {m}  :: typographer
tipificada {v} [feminine past participle of, tipificar]  ::
tipificadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tipificar]  ::
tipificados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tipificar]  ::
tipificar {v}  :: to classify, typify, categorize
tiple {m} [nautical]  :: single-piece mast
tiple {m}  :: soprano, treble (voice, singer)
tiple {m}  :: treble guitar, a small plucked stringed instrument of the guitar family, used in the traditional musics of Spain and various Latin American nations
tiple {m}  :: treble guitar player
tipo {f} [colloquial]  :: guy, dude
tipo {m}  :: kind, type
tipo {m}  :: rate, rate of interest
tipografía {f}  :: typography
tipográfico {adj}  :: typographic, typographical
tipológico {adj}  :: typological
Tiquicia {prop} [informal]  :: Costa Rica
tiquismiquis {adj}  :: fussy
tiquismiquis {m}  :: a fusspot; fussy person
tiquismiquis {m}  :: exaggerated courtesies, affected mannerisms
tiquismiquis {m}  :: finickiness
tiquitaca {f} [soccer]  :: tiki-taka
tiqui-taca {m} [soccer]  :: tiki-taka (quick one-touch football, involving short passes and movements)
tira {f}  :: (comic) strip
tira {f}  :: strip
tira {f}  :: tie, ribbon
tira {m} [Chile, Argentina, colloquial]  :: cop
tirachinas {m}  :: slingshot
tira cómica {f} [comics]  :: A strip cartoon or comic strip
tirada {f}  :: edition
tirada {f}  :: shooting
tirada {f}  :: throw
tirado {adj} [colloquial]  :: dirt cheap
tirado {adj} [colloquial]  :: easy-peasy
tirador {f}  :: shooter, rifleman
tiradora {f}  :: feminine form of tirador
tiragomas {m}  :: slingshot
tiranía {f}  :: tyranny
Tirana {prop}  :: Tirana
tiranizada {v} [feminine past participle of, tiranizar]  ::
tiranizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tiranizar]  ::
tiranizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tiranizar]  ::
tiranizar {v}  :: to bully
tiranizar {v}  :: to tyrannize
tiran más dos tetas que dos carretas {phrase}  :: having breasts (i.e. being a woman) can get things done much quicker than by other means
tirano {adj}  :: like a tyrant; tyrannous; tyrannical
tirano {f}  :: tyrant
tiranosaurio {m}  :: tyrannosaurus
tirante {m}  :: strap
tirar {vi}  :: to attract
tirar {vi}  :: to be somewhat
tirar {vi}  :: to manage; to get by
tirar {vi}  :: to pull
tirar {vi}  :: to shoot
tirar {vr} [colloquial]  :: to spend time
tirar {vr}  :: to throw oneself
tirar {v} [Spain, vulgar]  :: To fuck
tirar {vt}  :: to knock over; to knock down
tirar {vt}  :: to print
tirar {vt}  :: to shoot; to launch
tirar {vt}  :: to take (a photograph)
tirar {vt}  :: to throw
tirar {vt}  :: to throw out
tirar de la manta {v} [idiomatic]  :: to let the cat out of the bag
tirar fruta {v} [Argentina, colloquial]  :: to blag, make it up as one goes along
tirar la casa por la ventana {v} [idiomatic]  :: to push the boat out
tirar la toalla {v} [idiomatic]  :: To throw in the towel; to give up; to quit
tirarme {v} [es-compound of, tir, ar, tirar, me, mood=inf]  ::
tirarse {v} [es-compound of, tir, ar, tirar, se, mood=inf]  ::
tirarse un pedo {v} [colloquial, idiomatic]  :: to fart
tirarte {v} [es-compound of, tir, ar, tirar, te, mood=inf]  ::
tirita {f}  :: band-aid, sticking plaster, Elastoplast
tiritada {v} [feminine past participle of, tiritar]  ::
tiritadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tiritar]  ::
tiritados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tiritar]  ::
tiritar {v}  :: to shiver
tirón {m}  :: pulling power
tirón {m}  :: skill, string to one's bow
tirón {m}  :: tug, pull, jerk
tiránicamente {adv}  :: tyrannically
tiránico {adj}  :: tyrannical
tiro {m}  :: shot (with a gun)
tiro {m} [soccer]  :: shot
tiro {m}  :: team (of horses)
Tiro {prop} [cities]  :: Tyre
tiro al arco {m}  :: archery
tiro con arco {m}  :: archery
tiroidectomía {f} [surgery]  :: thyroidectomy
tironear {v}  :: to yank (pull quickly and strongly)
tirosina {f} [amino acid]  :: tyrosine
tirosinasa {f} [enzyme]  :: tyrosinase
tirotear {v}  :: to shoot
tiroteo {m}  :: gunfight
tiroteo {m}  :: shooting
tirotropina {f} [hormone]  :: thyrotropin, thyroid-stimulating hormone
tiroxina {f} [hormone]  :: thyroxine
tisana {f}  :: herbal tea, tisane
tisular {adj}  :: tissular; of or pertaining to tissue
tita {f}  :: theta; the Greek letter Θ, θ
titanio {m}  :: titanium
titi {f} [slang, regional]  :: chick (young lady)
titilar {v}  :: to quiver
titilar {v}  :: to titillate
titilar {v}  :: to twinkle
titipuchal {m}  :: load, ton, large quantity
titiritero {f}  :: puppeteer
titiritero {f}  :: tightrope walker
titán {m}  :: titan
titán {m}  :: very large crane (lifting device)
titánico {adj}  :: titanic, enormous
Tito {prop}  :: male given name
Tito {prop}  :: the Epistle to Titus
Tito {prop}  :: Titus [biblical character]
titrar {v} [chemistry]  :: to titrate
titubeada {v} [feminine past participle of, titubear]  ::
titubeadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, titubear]  ::
titubeados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, titubear]  ::
titubear {v}  :: to stutter
titubeo {m}  :: hesitation
titubeo {m}  :: stutter
titulación {f}  :: qualification
titulado {adj}  :: titled
titulado {m}  :: titleholder
titular {adj}  :: titular
titular {m}  :: headline
titular {v}  :: to entitle
titular {v}  :: to title
tiza {f}  :: a piece of chalk
tiza {f}  :: chalk
tizón {m}  :: A stick which is burning or smoldering; brand
tiznado {adj}  :: Covered in soot; sooty
tiznar {v} [figuratively]  :: to tarnish
tiznar {v}  :: to blacken, to soil with soot
tiznar {v}  :: to soil, to stain
tiznarse {vr} [Central America, Argentina]  :: to get drunk
tiznarse {vr}  :: to become soiled or stained
tiznarse {vr}  :: to become tarnished
TL {abbr}  :: Tlaxcala (Mexican state)
tlacoyo {m} [Mexico]  :: tlacoyo
tlacuache {m} [Mexico]  :: opossum
tlalcoyote {m} [Mexico]  :: American badger
tlapalería {f} [Mexico]  :: hardware store, paint store
tlapalero {f}  :: hardware dealer, the owner or employee of a tlapalería (hardware store or paint store)
Tlaxcala {prop}  :: A state of Mexico
tlaxcalteca {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Tlaxcala
tlaxcalteca {m}  :: An inhabitant or a resident of the Mexican state of Tlaxcala
tlazol {m} [dialectal, Mexico]  :: trash, garbage
tlazol {m} [Mexico]  :: forage, fodder, especially that made from cropped cane
TLC {initialism}  :: Tratado de Libre Comercio
TLCAN {initialism}  :: Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte; NAFTA
Tláloc {n}  :: Tlaloc
TMA {initialism}  :: “tristeza y muerte de agave”: a blight that has reduced the production of the agave grown to produce tequila
tómala {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, toma, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tómalo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, toma, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tómame {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, toma, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tómate {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, toma, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tómatelo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, toma, te, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tómelo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tome, lo, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
tómenlo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomen, lo, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
tómense {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomen, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
tómese {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tome, se, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
Támesis {prop}  :: the Thames river
tímidamente {adv}  :: timidly
tímido {adj}  :: shy, timid
témpano {m}  :: iceberg
tímpano {m}  :: drum
tímpano {m}  :: eardrum
témpano de hielo {m}  :: iceberg
témporas {fp} [christianity]  :: ember days
túmulo {m}  :: burial mound
tándem {m}  :: pair
tándem {m}  :: tandem bicycle
túnel {m}  :: tunnel
tóner {m}  :: toner (powder)
Túnez {prop}  :: Tunis
Túnez {prop}  :: Tunisia (Republic of Tunisia)
tángana {f}  :: alternative form of tangana
tónica {f}  :: tonic
túnica {f}  :: tunic
tónico {adj}  :: tonic
túnico {m}  :: Woman's dress
tántalo {m}  :: tantalum
tío {f} [colloquial, Spain]  :: Friend, mate, pal, old stick
tío {f} [colloquial, Spain]  :: Unknown male person, dude, guy
tío {f}  :: mister (title conferred on an adult male)
tío {f}  :: uncle; the brother or sibling of any of both parents
tío abuelo {f}  :: great-uncle
toalla {f}  :: towel
toallero {m}  :: towel rail
tobillo {m}  :: ankle
tobo {m} [Venezuela]  :: bucket or container
tobogán {m}  :: a kind of sled
tobogán {m}  :: playground slide (toy for children)
tobogán {m}  :: water slide
TOC {initialism}  :: initialism of trastorno obsesivo-compulsivo
tocada {v} [feminine past participle of, tocar]  ::
tocadiscos {m}  :: record player
tocado {adj} [colloquial]  :: peeved, ratty
tocado {adj}  :: off (of fruit, damaged)
tocado {adj}  :: out of shape
tocado {m}  :: headdress
tocador {m}  :: dressing table
tocapelotas {m} [colloquial]  :: pain in the ass
tocar {vp}  :: to be someone’s time or turn
tocar {vp}  :: to be the next
tocar {v}  :: tocar el timbre (o la campana) — to ring the bell
tocar {v}  :: tocar la bocina (o el claxon) — to honk
tocar {v}  :: tocar la puerta (o ventana) — to knock on the door (or window)
tocar {v}  :: to play (a musical instrument)
tocar {v}  :: to touch
tocar a muerto {v} [idiom]  :: to toll (of a bell)
tocarla {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, tocar, la, mood=inf]  ::
tocarlas {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, tocar, las, mood=part]  ::
tocar las pelotas {v} [colloquial, idiomatic]  :: to bug, get on someone's nerves, be a pain in the ass
tocarlo {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, tocar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
tocarme {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, tocar, me, mood=inf]  ::
tocarte {v} [es-compound of, toc, ar, tocar, te, mood=inf]  ::
tocaya {f}  :: feminine form of tocayo
tocayo {f}  :: namesake (person having the same name)
tocho {adj} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: mean (person)
tocineta {f}  :: bacon
tocino {m}  :: bacon
tocino {m}  :: salt pork
tocón {adj}  :: touchy-feely
tocón {m}  :: stump (of a limb)
tocón {m}  :: stump (of tree)
todas {adj}  :: plural of toda; all, all of
todavía {adv}  :: even, still
todavía {adv}  :: not yet (plus "no")
todavía {adv}  :: still, yet
todo {adj}  :: all
todo {adj}  :: every
todo {pron}  :: everything
todo lo demás {pron}  :: everything else
todo o nada {adj}  :: all-or-nothing
todopoderoso {adj}  :: almighty
todos y cada uno {adj}  :: each and every one
todoterreno {m}  :: ATV; four-wheel drive vehicle
tofu {m}  :: tofu
toga {f}  :: toga
Togo {prop}  :: Togo
togolés {adj}  :: Togolese
togolés {f}  :: Togolese
tojo {m}  :: furze, gorse (shrub of genus Ulex)
Tokio {prop}  :: Tokyo (capital city of Japan)
toldar {v}  :: to cover with an awning
toldo {m}  :: a lean-to or wigwam (a simple structure made by indigenous people as housing)
toldo {m}  :: awning
toledano {adj}  :: From Toledo
toledano {f}  :: Someone from Toledo
toledo {m} [slang]  :: toilet
Toledo {prop}  :: Toledo (city)
Toledo {prop}  :: Toledo (province)
tolerable {adj}  :: tolerable
tolerancia {f}  :: tolerance
tolerante {adj}  :: tolerant
tolerar {v}  :: to endure
tolerar {v}  :: to tolerate
toletano {adj}  :: From Toledo
toletano {f}  :: Someone from Toledo
toletense {adj}  :: From Toledo
toletense {m}  :: Someone from Toledo
tolina {f} [organic compound]  :: tholin
toller {v}  :: to remove
tollina {f}  :: beating, bashing
tollón {m}  :: narrow pass or road
tollón {m} [plant]  :: toyon
toloache {m}  :: toloache
Tolomeo {prop}  :: alternative form of Ptolomeo
tolueno {m} [organic compound]  :: toluene
toluidina {f} [organic compound]  :: toluidine
toma {f} [Chile]  :: An act of political civil disobedience through occupation protest that assumes control of a place often a building or park
toma {f}  :: conquest, capture
toma {f}  :: recording
toma {f}  :: volume (of books etc.)
-toma {suffix}  :: feminine form of -tomo
-tomía {suffix}  :: -tomy
tomador {f} [colloquial]  :: pickpocket
tomador {f} [Latin America]  :: drinker
tomador {f} [Latin America]  :: drunkard
tomador {f}  :: taker, receiver, retriever
tomadura {f}  :: leg-pull, fib, joke
tomadura {f}  :: taking
tomadura de pelo {f}  :: leg-pull, fib, joke
tomaos {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomad, os, mood=imp, person=vosotros]  ::
tomar {v}  :: to drink, have (especially an alcoholic beverage)
tomar {v}  :: to take
tomar {v}  :: to travel by means of
tomar a pecho {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take to heart
tomar el pelo {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make a fool of somebody, kid, wind up, pull someone's leg
tomar el toro por los cuernos {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take the bull by the horns
tomar en cuenta {v} [idiomatic]  :: To take into account; to keep in mind.
tomar en cuenta {v}  :: to pay attention to, to mind
tomarla {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, la, mood=inf]  ::
tomar la palabra {v} [idiomatic]  :: To take somebody's word for it; to believe what somebody says.
tomarle {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, le, mood=inf]  ::
tomarlo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, , lo, mood=inf]  ::
tomarme {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, me, mood=inf]  ::
tomarnos {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, nos, mood=inf]  ::
tomar por culo {v} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: To fuck, screw (disregard)
tomar por culo {v} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: to take it up the ass
tomar por saco {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: damn, to hell with
tomarse {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, se, mood=inf]  ::
tomarte {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, te, mood=inf]  ::
Tomasa {prop}  :: female given name, feminine form of Tomás ( Thomas)
tomate {m} [Mexico]  :: tomatillo
tomate {m}  :: tomato (fruit)
tomate {m}  :: tomato (plant)
tomate cherry {m}  :: cherry tomato
tomate de colgar {m}  :: hanging tomato
tío materno {m}  :: maternal uncle (brother of someone’s mother)
tomatillo {m}  :: diminutive form of tomate
tomatillo {m}  :: tomatillo (fruit vegetable)
tomavistas {m}  :: cine camera
tombo {m} [slang]  :: cop
tomillo {m}  :: thyme
tomémonos {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomemos, nos, mood=imp, person=nosotros]  ::
tomín {m} [historical]  :: A Spanish coin equivalent to one third of an adarme or one eighth of a castellano
tomín {m} [historical]  :: A type of silver coin used in the Americas in times of Spanish colonialism
tomándolo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomando, lo, mood=part]  ::
tomándose {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, tomar, se, mood=part]  ::
tomo {m}  :: tome, volume
-tomo {suffix}  :: -tome
tomografía {f}  :: tomography
tomárselo {v} [es-compound of, tom, ar, , se, lo, mood=inf]  ::
Tomás {prop}  :: male given name
Tomás {prop}  :: Thomas, the apostle
tonel {m}  :: barrel
tonelada {f}  :: ton, metric ton, megagram
tonelada métrica {f}  :: metric ton, ton, megagram
Tonga {prop}  :: Tonga
tongano {adj}  :: Tongan
tongano {f}  :: Tongan
tongo {m} [colloquial]  :: fraud
tono {m}  :: tone
tonoplasto {m} [cytology]  :: tonoplast
tonsilolito {m}  :: tonsillolith
tontear {v}  :: to flirt
tontera {f} [colloquial]  :: nonsense, tosh (something that is dumb)
tontería {f}  :: nonsense
tontería {f}  :: something of little consequence
tontería {f}  :: something that is dumb
tontina {f}  :: tontine
tontón {adj}  :: (augmentative of) tonto; very stupid
tonto {adj}  :: silly or foolish
tonto {adj}  :: stupid
tonto {f}  :: A fool, a stupid person
topacio {m}  :: topaz
topar {vt} [colloquial, Mexico, El Salvador]  :: to finish (a videogame)
topar {vt}  :: to come across, encounter
topar {vt}  :: to knock against, hit, strike, touch
tío paterno {m}  :: paternal uncle (brother of someone’s father)
tope {m}  :: [boats] masthead, lookout
tope {m}  :: butt, end, butt end
tope {m}  :: collision
tope {m} [Costa Rica, Nicaragua]  :: equestrian parade usually held on the first day of a festival
tope {m} [Mexico]  :: speed bump
tope {m}  :: quarrel, fight
tope {m}  :: [railway] buffer, bumper
tope {m}  :: reinforcement
tope {m}  :: stop, catch, snag [also figuratively]
tope {m}  :: top, limit
topetada {f}  :: butt (sudden thrust from an animal)
topetar {v}  :: to butt (to suddenly thrust with the head)
topetazo {m}  :: butt (sudden thrust from an animal)
topógrafa {f}  :: feminine form of topógrafo
topógrafo {f}  :: topographer
topiramato {m} [organic compound]  :: topiramate
toples {adj}  :: topless (exposing one's bare chest)
topónimo {m}  :: placename
topo {m}  :: mole (spy)
topo {m}  :: mole (the animal)
topografía {f}  :: topography
topográfico {adj}  :: topographic
topoisomerasa {f} [enzyme]  :: topoisomerase
topolecto {m} [linguistics]  :: topolect
topología {f}  :: topology
toque {m}  :: stroke
toque {m}  :: toke
toque {m}  :: touch
toque {m}  :: whiff
toque de queda {m}  :: curfew
toqueteada {v} [feminine past participle of, toquetear]  ::
toqueteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, toquetear]  ::
toqueteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, toquetear]  ::
toquetear {v} [colloquial]  :: to touch up
toquetear {v}  :: to handle; fiddle (with)
toqui {m}  :: toqui
toquilla {f}  :: The Panama hat palm
toracotomía {f} [medical]  :: thoracotomy
torada {f}  :: herd (of bulls)
torbellino {m}  :: whirlwind
torcedura {f}  :: crook, bending
torcedura {f}  :: sprain
torcer {v}  :: to bend
torcer {v}  :: to sprain
torcer {v}  :: to twist
torcerse {v}  :: to twist, to bend
torcida {f}  :: wick
torcido {adj}  :: cross-eyed
torcido {adj}  :: torqued
torcido {adj}  :: twisted; askew
torcido {adj}  :: unlucky
torcido {adj}  :: winding
torcido {m}  :: twist or curl
tordilio {m} [plant]  :: Tordylium maximum L.
tordillo {m} [plant]  :: Tordylium maximum L
tordo {adj} [of horses]  :: with skin patterned in white and black patches
tordo {m}  :: thrush (kind of bird); species Turdus musicus
toreada {v} [feminine past participle of, torear]  ::
toreadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, torear]  ::
toreador {m} [bullfighting]  :: toreador
toreados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, torear]  ::
torear {v} [bullfighting]  :: to fight a bull
torear {v}  :: to banter, to tease
torear {v}  :: to send the bulls to the cows
torear {v}  :: to yap (of a dog)
toreo {m} [bullfighting]  :: tauromachy, bullfighting
torero {f} [bullfighting]  :: torero, bullfighter, toreador
torio {m}  :: thorium
tormenta {f}  :: storm, thunderstorm, lightning storm
tormenta de polvo {f} [weather]  :: duststorm
tormenta ígnea {f}  :: firestorm
tormentoso {adj}  :: stormy
tornadizo {adj}  :: fickle, changeable, wishy-washy
tornado {m}  :: tornado
tornar {vi}  :: to come back
tornar {vi}  :: to revive (to recover from a state of unconsciousness)
tornar {vi} [tornar a + infinitive]  :: to do again
tornar {vt}  :: to change
tornar {vt}  :: to put back
tornar {vt}  :: to return
tornasol {m}  :: iridescence
tornasol {m}  :: litmus
tornasol {m}  :: sunflower
tornazido {adj}  :: changeable
torneado {adj}  :: shapely
tornear {v}  :: to turn (as on a lathe)
torneo {m}  :: competition; contest
torneo {m}  :: tournament; tourney
tornillo {m}  :: screw (fastener)
torniquete {m}  :: tourniquet (bandage)
torniquete {m}  :: turnstile
torno {m}  :: a lathe
toro {m}  :: bull
toro {m} [geometry, architecture]  :: torus
toro bravo {m}  :: Spanish fighting bull
toro de lidia {m}  :: Spanish fighting bull
toro embolado {m}  :: a bull with balls of burning material attached to its horns
toroide {m} [geometry]  :: toroid
toronja {f}  :: grapefruit
toronjil {m}  :: lemon balm
torozón {m}  :: annoyance
torozón {m}  :: worry
torpe {adj}  :: clumsy
torpe {adj}  :: dishonest
torpe {adj}  :: ugly
torpedear {v}  :: to torpedo
torpedero {f} [baseball]  :: shortstop
torpedero {f}  :: torpedo boat
torpedero {f}  :: torpedo bomber
torpedo {m}  :: torpedo (fish)
torpedo {m}  :: torpedo (weapon)
torpeza {f}  :: awkwardness
torpeza {f}  :: blunder
torrar {v} [cooking]  :: to toast
torrar {v}  :: to toast, roast (become unbearably hot)
torre {f} [chess]  :: rook
torre {f}  :: skyscraper
torre {f}  :: tower
Torre de Babel {prop} [biblical]  :: the Tower of Babel
torre de gradiente {f}  :: graduation tower
torre Eiffel {n}  :: Eiffel Tower
torreja {f} [Chile]  :: slice
torreja {f} [Latin America]  :: french toast
Torrejón de Ardoz {prop}  :: Torrejón de Ardoz (city)
torrejonero {adj}  :: from Torrejón de Ardoz
torrejonero {f}  :: Someone from Torrejón de Ardoz
torreón {m}  :: tower (of castle)
torreón {m}  :: turret
torrencial {adj}  :: torrential
torrente {m}  :: flood
torrente {m}  :: stream
torrente {m}  :: torrent
torrente sanguíneo {m}  :: bloodstream
Torres {prop}  :: Spanish surname
torrevejense {adj}  :: Of or from Terrevieja
torrevejense {m}  :: Someone from Terrevieja
torrija {f} [Spain]  :: A dish made of bread soaked in milk or wine, dipped in egg, and covered with spices, honey or sugar
torsión {f}  :: twist, twisting
torso {m} [anatomy]  :: torso
torso {m} [arts]  :: a sculpture of it
torso {m} [photography]  :: a picture of a person, excluded legs
torta {f}  :: A cake
torta {f}  :: A tart, pie
torta {f} [Mexico]  :: A sandwich on a roll
torta {f} [Spain, colloquial]  :: slap in the face, cuff on the ear
torta marmolada {f}  :: marble cake
tortazo {m}  :: hit in the face
tortazo {m}  :: hit with a custard pie
tortazo {m}  :: slap in the face
tortería {f}  :: A shop / store which sells tortas
tortilla {f} [Mexico and Central America]  :: tortilla
tortilla {f} [Spain and most Hispanic countries]  :: omelette
tortilla española {f}  :: Spanish omelet
tortillera {f} [colloquial, pejorative, Spain, Panama]  :: dyke
tortillera {f} [Latin America]  :: female tortilla seller; tortilla maker
tortillería {f}  :: A store which sells tortillas
tortillero {adj}  :: Of or relating to tortillas
tortillero {f} [Latin America]  :: tortilla seller; tortilla maker
tortillero {m}  :: A round dish used to store tortillas
tortillita {f}  :: diminutive form of tortilla
tortita {f}  :: pancake
tortolito {m}  :: diminutive form of tórtolo, little lovebird
tortuga {f}  :: (de tierra) tortoise
tortuga {f}  :: (marina, acuática) turtle
tortugo {m} [rare]  :: A male turtle
tortuguita {f}  :: diminutive form of tortuga
tortuoso {adj}  :: winding, tortuous
tortura {f}  :: torture
torturador {m}  :: torturer
torturar {v}  :: to torture
torunda {f}  :: swab
tos {f}  :: cough
tosca {f} [dental hygiene]  :: tartar
tosca {f} [geology]  :: tuff
tosco {adj}  :: coarse, rough
tosco {adj}  :: crude
tosco {adj}  :: uncouth
toser {v}  :: to cough
tosferina {f}  :: whooping cough
tosida {v} [feminine past participle of, toser]  ::
tosidas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, toser]  ::
tosidos {v} [masculine plural past participle of, toser]  ::
tosquedad {f}  :: crudeness
tostada {f}  :: a slice of toast
tostador {m}  :: toaster
tostadora {f}  :: toaster
tostados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tostar]  ::
tostar {v}  :: to toast; to brown by cooking
tostón {m}  :: bore
tostón {m}  :: fried slice of unripe plantain
tostón {m} [obsolete, El Salvador]  :: a coin worth 50 cents of a Salvadoran colón
total {adj}  :: total, complete
total {adv} [colloquial]  :: basically, so, in short (used to summarise)
total {m}  :: total
totalidad {f}  :: whole
totalizada {v} [feminine past participle of, totalizar]  ::
totalizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, totalizar]  ::
totalizador {adj}  :: adding-up, totalling
totalizador {m}  :: totalizator
totalizador {m}  :: totalizer
totalizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, totalizar]  ::
totalizar {v}  :: to totalize
totalmente {adv}  :: totally
totemismo {m}  :: totemism
totémico {adj}  :: totemic
totol {f} [Mexico]  :: turkey
totola {f}  :: feminine form of totol; a turkey hen
Totonicapán {prop}  :: A department of Guatemala
totopo {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: baked corn tortilla, especially in the form of a chip or crisp
totoposte {m} [rare]  :: alternative form of totopo
totora {f}  :: bulrush
tour {m} [music]  :: tour, a trip to other countries undertaken by a singer or musician
tour {m} [sports]  :: tour, a trip to another country to play matches
tour {m}  :: tour, guided visit to a country, museum, etc
touroperador {m}  :: tour operator
toxicidad {f}  :: toxicity
toxicólogo {f}  :: toxicologist
toxicómana {f}  :: A person with a pathological desire for intoxicants; a drug addict
toxicómano {f}  :: One who has a pathological desire for intoxicants; a drug addict
toxicología {f}  :: toxicology
toxicomanía {f}  :: An irrational desire for intoxicants; toxicomania
toxina {f}  :: toxin
tozudamente {adv}  :: obstinately
tozudo {adj}  :: obstinate, stubborn
tápalo {m}  :: a coarse-threaded shawl or mantle used in Mexico
típicamente {adv}  :: typically
tópicamente {adv}  :: topically
típico {adj}  :: typical
tópico {adj}  :: clichéd
tópico {adj}  :: topical
tópico {m}  :: cliché
tópico {m}  :: subject, topic
TQM {abbr}  :: te quiero mucho (I love you a lot)
traba {f}  :: catch (concealed difficulty)
traba {f}  :: hopple
traba {f}  :: obstacle
trabado {adj}  :: blocked, wedged, stuck
trabajada {v} [feminine past participle of, trabajar]  ::
trabajadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, trabajar]  ::
trabajador {adj}  :: hard-working
trabajador {f}  :: worker
trabajados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, trabajar]  ::
trabajar {v} [obsolete]  :: to suffer
trabajar {v}  :: to work, labour
trabajito {m}  :: diminutive form of trabajo
trabajo {m} [physics]  :: work
trabajo {m}  :: work
trabajo de chinos {m} [idiomatic]  :: A lot of work; difficult or long-term work. (Literally, Chinese work.)
trabajo forzado {m}  :: forced labour/forced labor
trabajosamente {adv}  :: laboriously, arduously, toilsomely (requiring much work)
trabajoso {adj}  :: laborious, arduous
trabalenguas {m}  :: tongue-twister
trabar {v}  :: to connect
trabar {v}  :: to obstruct
trabuquete {m}  :: trebuchet
traca {f}  :: grand finale
tracción {f}  :: traction
traceur {m}  :: traceur
traciano {adj}  :: alternative form of tracio
traciano {f}  :: alternative form of tracio
tracio {adj}  :: Thracian
tracio {f}  :: Thracian
tracto {m}  :: a stretch
tracto {m}  :: tract
tractor {m}  :: tractor
tractorista {m}  :: tractor driver
traída {f}  :: bringing
tríada {f}  :: triad
Tróade {prop}  :: Troad
tradición {f}  :: tradition
tradicional {adj}  :: traditional
tradicionalmente {adv}  :: traditionally
traído {adj} [mainly of clothing]  :: used, worn
traído por los pelos {adj}  :: far-fetched, unlikely
traducción {f}  :: translation
traduccional {adj}  :: translationary
traducido {adj}  :: translated
traducir {v}  :: to translate
traductor {adj}  :: translating
traductor {f}  :: translator
traer {v}  :: to attract, to draw, to pull
traer {v}  :: to bring
traer {v}  :: to bring about, to cause, to occasion
traer {v}  :: to bring forward, to advance, to adduce
traer {v}  :: to cause to be, to have in a certain condition
traer {v}  :: to have, to carry (in a publication, in stock)
traer {v}  :: to include (have as a component, part, accessory or ingredient)
traer {v}  :: to make, to compel, to oblige
traer {v}  :: to persuade
traer {v}  :: to wear (short form of traer puesto)
traer de cabeza {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make nervous
traerla {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, la, mood=inf]  ::
traerle {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, le, mood=inf]  ::
traerlo {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, lo, mood=inf]  ::
traerlos {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, los, mood=inf]  ::
traerme {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, me, mood=inf]  ::
traernos {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, nos, mood=inf]  ::
traerte {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traer, te, mood=inf]  ::
traficada {v} [feminine past participle of, traficar]  ::
traficadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, traficar]  ::
traficados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, traficar]  ::
traficante {adj}  :: dealing
traficante {m}  :: dealer (drugs)
traficante {m}  :: trafficker (illegal)
traficar {v} [Latin America]  :: to smuggle
traficar {v} [Latin America]  :: to traffic (illegal trade or exchange of goods)
tragada {v} [feminine past participle of, tragar]  ::
tragadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tragar]  ::
tragador {f}  :: cumslut
tragador {f}  :: swallower
tragados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tragar]  ::
tragafuegos {m}  :: firebreather
tragaleguas {m} [colloquial]  :: keen walker, or fast walker
tragaluz {m}  :: skylight
tragamonedas {m}  :: slot machine; fruit machine
tragaperras {m}  :: slot machine; fruit machine
tragar {vtr}  :: and to gulp
tragar {vtr}  :: and to swallow
tragasables {m}  :: sword-swallower
tragedia {f} [drama]  :: a tragedy play
tragedia {f}  :: tragedy, catastrophe
tragicómico {adj}  :: tragicomic
tragón {adj}  :: eating much food
tragón {adj}  :: greedy
trago {m}  :: (alcoholic) drink
trago {m}  :: booze
trago {m}  :: gulp
traición {f}  :: treachery
traición {f}  :: treason
traicionar {v}  :: to betray
traicionero {adj}  :: traitorous
traidor {adj}  :: traitorous
traidor {adj}  :: unpredictable
traidor {f}  :: traitor
traidora {f}  :: feminine form of traidor
trajano {adj}  :: Trajanian
traje {m}  :: suit, dress
traje acuático {m}  :: wetsuit
trajeado {adj}  :: suited (wearing a suit)
trajebaño {m} [rare]  :: one-piece swimsuit
traje de baño {m}  :: bathing suit, swimsuit
traje de luces {m}  :: A traditional outfit that Spanish bullfighters wear
traje espacial {m}  :: space suit
traje seco {m}  :: drysuit
trajinar {v} [Chile]  :: to use (in everyday life), to wear
trajinar {v}  :: to transport
trajín {m} [Chile]  :: everyday use, wear
trajín {m}  :: coming and going
trajín {m}  :: work
tírala {v} [es-compound of, tir, ar, tira, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
traílla {f}  :: leash
tíralo {v} [es-compound of, tir, ar, tira, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
trama {f}  :: plot
trama {f}  :: weave
tramada {v} [feminine past participle of, tramar]  ::
tramadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tramar]  ::
tramados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tramar]  ::
tramar {v}  :: to scheme; to plot
tramitar {v} [bureaucracy]  :: to request, ask for, solicit (through a paper)
tramitar {v}  :: to deal with
tramo {m}  :: section, stretch (segment of a journey or route)
tramoya {f}  :: racket, scam, scheme
tramoya {f} [theater]  :: The stage machinery, or a piece thereof
tramoyista {m}  :: con artist
tramoyista {m}  :: stagehand
trampa {f}  :: cheating
trampa {f}  :: fiddle
trampa {f}  :: trap
trampear {v}  :: to cheat
trampero {f}  :: trapper (one who traps animals)
trampolín {m} [gymnastics]  :: trampoline
trampolín {m} [sports]  :: springboard
trampolín {m}  :: trampoline
tramposo {adj}  :: cheating
tramposo {adj}  :: deceitful
tramposo {f}  :: cheat, cheater (someone who cheats)
tranca {f}  :: bar used to keep closed a door
tranca {f}  :: door bolt
tranca {f}  :: thick bar of wood
trancar {v}  :: to lock
trancazo {m}  :: a hit with a stick
trancazo {m} [colloquial]  :: flu
tranqui {interj} [slang]  :: relax!, stay cool!
tranquilamente {adv}  :: calmly
tranquilícense {v} [es-compound of, tranquiliz, ar, tranquilicen, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
tranquilícese {v} [es-compound of, tranquiliz, ar, tranquilice, se, mood=imp, person=usted]  :: , calm down!
tranquilidad {f}  :: tranquility
tranquilizada {v} [feminine past participle of, tranquilizar]  ::
tranquilizadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tranquilizar]  ::
tranquilizados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tranquilizar]  ::
tranquilizante {adj}  :: tranquilizing
tranquilizante {m}  :: tranquilizer
tranquilizar {v}  :: to calm, calm down
tranquilizar {v}  :: to sedate
tranquilizarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of tranquilizar
tranquillo {m}  :: knack
tranquilo {adj}  :: calm, peaceful, tranquil
tranquilo {interj}  :: relax!
tranquilízate {v} [es-compound of, tranquiliz, ar, tranquiliza, te, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
trans- {prefix}  :: trans-
transacción {f}  :: transaction
transaminasa {f} [enzyme]  :: transaminase
transar {v}  :: to compromise
transatlántico {adj}  :: transatlantic
transbordador {m}  :: ferry
transbordador espacial {m}  :: space shuttle
transbordar {v}  :: to transfer
transclusión {f}  :: transclusion
transcribir {v}  :: to transcribe
transcripción {f} [linguistics, genetics]  :: transcription
transcriptasa {f} [enzyme]  :: transcriptase
transculturación {f}  :: transculturation
transculturización {f}  :: transculturation
transcurrir {v}  :: to elapse
transcurrir {v}  :: to pass by
transcurso {m}  :: course, passing
transecto {m}  :: transect
transeúnte {m}  :: bystander
transeúnte {m}  :: passer-by
transeúnte {m}  :: transient, nonresident
transexual {adj}  :: transsexual
transexual {m}  :: transsexual
transferasa {f} [enzyme]  :: transferase
transferencia {f}  :: transfer
transferibilidad {f}  :: transferability
transferir {v}  :: to transfer
transferrina {f} [protein]  :: transferrin
transfigurar {v}  :: to transfigure
transformación {f}  :: transformation
transformación lineal {f} [linear algebra]  :: linear transformation
transformador {adj}  :: transforming
transformador {m}  :: transformer (a device that changes the characteristics of AC electricity)
transformar {v}  :: to transform
transfusión {f}  :: transfusion, blood transfusion
transfusión de sangre {f}  :: blood transfusion
transglutaminasa {f} [enzyme]  :: transglutaminase
transgredir {v}  :: to transgress
transhidrogenasa {f} [enzyme]  :: transhydrogenase
transición {f}  :: transition
Transilvania {prop}  :: Transylvania
transitable {adj}  :: passable
transitar {v}  :: to travel, transit
transitivamente {adv}  :: transitively
transitivo {adj}  :: transitive
translúcido {adj}  :: translucent (allowing light to pass through scattering it)
transliteración {f}  :: transliteration
transliterar {v}  :: to transliterate
translocación {f} [genetics]  :: translocation
transmembranal {adj}  :: transmembranal
transmisión {f}  :: broadcast
transmisor {f}  :: transmitter
transmitir {v}  :: to transmit
transmontano {adj}  :: transmontane
transmutación {f}  :: transmutation
transmutar {vit}  :: to transmute (to change one thing into another)
Transnistria {prop}  :: Transnistria
transnochada {v} [feminine past participle of, transnochar]  ::
transnochadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, transnochar]  ::
transnochados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, transnochar]  ::
transparencia {f}  :: transparency
transparentar {v}  :: to make transparent
transparente {adj}  :: transparent
transpeptidasa {f} [enzyme]  :: transpeptidase
transpirada {v} [feminine past participle of, transpirar]  ::
transpiradas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, transpirar]  ::
transpirados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, transpirar]  ::
transpirar {v}  :: to transpire
transplantar {v} [rare, perhaps nonstandard]  :: alternative form of trasplantar
transplante {m}  :: transplant
transplante {m}  :: transplantation
transponer {vp}  :: to disappear from view
transponer {vt} [music]  :: to transpose
transponer {vt}  :: to move
transponer {vt}  :: to transplant (move plants from one place to another)
transportable {adj}  :: transportable
transportación {f}  :: transportation
transportador {adj}  :: transporting
transportador {f}  :: carrier, conveyor
transportador {f}  :: protractor
transportar {v} [music]  :: to transpose
transportar {v}  :: to transport
transporte {m}  :: transport
transporte público {m}  :: public transit
transportista {adj}  :: (of a person) transporting
transposón {m}  :: transposon
transubstanciación {f}  :: transubstantiation
transustanciación {f}  :: transubstantiation
transvasar {v}  :: to decant
transversal {adj}  :: transversal
transversal {f}  :: transversal
transverso {adj}  :: transverse
tranvía {m}  :: tram
trapalear {vi} [lb, es]  :: to act as a deceiver or charlatan
trapalear {vi} [lb, es]  :: to talk excessively and without making sense
trapalear {vi} [lb, es]  :: to walk around noisily
trapear {v}  :: to mop
trapecio {m} [geometry]  :: trapezoid
trapecio {m} [muscle]  :: trapezius
trapecio {m} [skeleton]  :: trapezium
trapecio {m}  :: trapeze
trapecista {m}  :: trapeze artist; trapezist
trapezoide {m} [anatomy]  :: trapezoid (bone)
trapezoide {m} [geometry]  :: trapezium (irregular quadrilateral)
trapichear {v}  :: to fiddle, scheme
trapicheo {m}  :: trick, plot, scheme
trapo {m} [cleansing]  :: any fabric or paper piece for clean, wash or dry (tea towel, dish towel, dish cloth, dust cloth, car towel, damp cloth)
trapo {m} [cloth]  :: any piece of cloth
trapo {m} [cloth]  :: rag
trapo {m} [figurative]  :: clothing, clothes
traqueal {adj}  :: tracheal
traqueostomía {f} [surgery]  :: tracheostomy
traqueotomía {f} [surgery]  :: tracheotomy
traquetear {v}  :: to clatter, rattle
traqueteo {m}  :: rattle, rattling, clatter, clattering
tras- {prefix}  :: alternative form of trans-
tras {prep}  :: after
tras {prep}  :: beyond
trasatlántico {adj}  :: alternative form of transatlántico
trasbordador {m}  :: alternative form of transbordador
trasbordar {v}  :: alternative form of transbordar
trascartón {adv}  :: Immediately after
trascendencia {f}  :: importance
trascendencia {f}  :: transcendence
trascendental {adj}  :: transcendental
trascender {vi}  :: to transcend, to go beyond
trascribir {v}  :: alternative form of transcribir
trascripción {f}  :: alternative form of transcripción
trascurrir {v}  :: alternative form of transcurrir
trascurso {m}  :: alternative form of transcurso
trasegar {v}  :: to tope, booze (drink alcohol excessively)
trasegar {v}  :: to transfer (liquid from one container to another)
traserito {m}  :: diminutive form of trasero
trasero {adj}  :: back, back-side, rear-side, posterior
trasero {m} [slang, anatomy]  :: butt
trasferencia {f}  :: alternative form of transferencia
trasferir {v}  :: alternative form of transferir
trasfigurar {v}  :: alternative form of transfigurar
trasfondo {m}  :: background
trasformación {f}  :: alternative form of transformación
trasformador {adj}  :: alternative form of transformador
trasformador {m}  :: alternative form of transformador
trasformar {v}  :: alternative form of transformar
trasfusión {f}  :: alternative form of transfusión
trasgredir {v}  :: alternative form of transgredir
trashumante {adj}  :: migratory
trashumante {adj}  :: transhumant (moving from winter to summer paste)
trasiego {m}  :: hustle and bustle
trasiego {m}  :: transfer
traslación {f} [physics, geometry]  :: translation
trasladable {adj}  :: translatable (capable of being translated from one context to another)
trasladada {v} [feminine past participle of, trasladar]  ::
trasladadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, trasladar]  ::
trasladados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, trasladar]  ::
trasladar {v}  :: to copy, to transcribe
trasladar {v}  :: to move
trasladar {v}  :: to transfer
trasladar {v}  :: to translate
trasladar {v}  :: to transmit
traslado {m}  :: copy
traslado {m}  :: move, removal
traslado {m}  :: transfer
traslapar {v}  :: to overlap
traslúcido {adj}  :: alternative form of translúcido
traslucirse {v}  :: to show (through)
trasluz {m}  :: light (that passes through a transparent or translucent object)
trasmisión {f}  :: alternative form of transmisión
trasmisor {m}  :: alternative form of transmisor
trasmitir {v}  :: alternative form of transmitir
trasmontano {adj}  :: alternative form of transmontano
trasmutación {f}  :: alternative form of transmutación
trasmutar {v}  :: alternative form of transmutar
trasnochar {v}  :: to stay awake all night
trasparencia {f}  :: alternative form of transparencia
trasparentar {v}  :: alternative form of transparentar
trasparente {adj}  :: alternative form of transparente
traspasar {v}  :: to overstep (limits)
traspasar {v}  :: to penetrate
traspasar {v}  :: to pierce
traspasar {v}  :: to transfer
traspasar {v}  :: to violate (rules, laws etc)
traspaso {m}  :: passing, crossing
traspaso {m}  :: piercing
traspaso {m}  :: transfer
traspaso {m}  :: transgression, violation
traspaso {m}  :: trespass
traspatio {m}  :: backyard
traspirar {v}  :: alternative form of transpirar
trasplantar {v}  :: to transplant
trasplante {m}  :: transplant
trasponer {v}  :: alternative form of transponer
trasportación {f}  :: alternative form of transportación
trasportador {adj}  :: alternative form of transportador
trasportador {f}  :: alternative form of transportador
trasportar {v}  :: alternative form of transportar
trasporte {m}  :: alternative form of transporte
trasquilado {adj} [colloquial]  :: ruined, damaged, screwed up, fleeced
trasquilar {v}  :: to shear
trastabillar {v}  :: to stumble
trastabillar {v}  :: to stutter, stammer
trastabilleo {m}  :: stumble
traste {m} [Mexico, in the plural]  :: dirty dishes
traste {m} [Mexico, in the plural]  :: laundry (dirty clothes)
traste {m} [Mexico]  :: worthless thing or person
trastienda {f}  :: backroom (room located in the rear of a shop)
trasto {m}  :: piece of furniture
trasto {m}  :: utensil
trastocar {vt}  :: to upset, unsettle
trastornado {adj}  :: crazy
trastornado {adj}  :: disordered, disturbed
trastornar {vr} [trastornarse]  :: , to get crazy, go nuts, snap
trastornar {v}  :: to drive crazy, insane
trastornar {v}  :: to upset
trastornarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of trastornar, to get crazy, go nuts, snap
trastorno {m}  :: disturbance, disorder
trastorno bipolar {m}  :: bipolar disorder
trasvasada {v} [feminine past participle of, trasvasar]  ::
trasvasadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, trasvasar]  ::
trasvasados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, trasvasar]  ::
trasvasar {v}  :: alternative form of transvasar
trasversal {adj}  :: alternative form of transversal
trasverso {adj}  :: alternative form of transverso
trata {f}  :: trade, slave trade
tratable {adj}  :: tractable, sociable
trata de blancas {f}  :: sexual slavery (human trafficking for prostitution)
tratado {m}  :: treaty
tratamiento {m}  :: treatment
tratar {v}  :: to be all about
tratar {v}  :: to treat
tratar {v}  :: to try
tratarlo {v} [es-compound of, trat, ar, tratar, lo, mood=inf]  ::
tratarme {v} [es-compound of, trat, ar, tratar, me, mood=inf]  ::
tratarse {v} [es-compound of, trat, ar, tratar, se, mood=inf]  ::
trato {m}  :: behaviour
trato {m}  :: deal
trato {m}  :: treatment
trauma {m}  :: trauma
traumatizar {v}  :: to traumatize
traumatología {f}  :: traumatology (branch of medicine)
traumático {adj}  :: traumatic
travesía {f}  :: traverse, crossing
travesía {f}  :: trip, journey
travesaño {f} [architecture]  :: crossbeam
travesaño {f}  :: rung of a ladder
travesaño {f} [sport]  :: crossbar
travestí {m}  :: transvestite
travesti {m}  :: transvestite
travesura {f}  :: prank
traviesa {f} [rail transport]  :: railway sleeper, tie
travieso {adj}  :: naughty, mischievous
travieso {adj}  :: playful; suggesting mirth or fun
través {m}  :: bent (unusual)
tórax {m} [anatomy]  :: thorax
trayecto {m}  :: route
trayectoria {f}  :: sequence of events of a professional career, artistic career, a social group, a war, etc
trayectoria {f}  :: trajectory
trazabilidad {f}  :: traceability
trazada {v} [feminine past participle of, trazar]  ::
trazadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, trazar]  ::
trazador {m} [computing]  :: plotter (type of printer)
trazador {m}  :: designer, planner
trazador {m} [military]  :: tracer
trazados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, trazar]  ::
trazar {vt}  :: to draw
trazar {vt}  :: to trace
trazo {m}  :: line (writing)
trazo {m}  :: stroke (writing)
trébol {m} [card games]  :: club
trébol {m}  :: clover
trébol {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: trefoil
trébol {m}  :: trefoil, shamrock
tríceps {m}  :: triceps
tríceps braquial {m}  :: triceps brachii
tríceps sural {m}  :: triceps surae
trebejar {v} [rare]  :: to play
trebejar {v}  :: to romp, frisk, gambol
trebejo {m} [archaic]  :: diversion, pastime
trebejo {m} [archaic]  :: joke, jest
trebejo {m}  :: chess piece
trebejo {m}  :: toy
trebejo {m} [usually, in the plural]  :: tool, utensil, instrument
trece {cardinal num} [cardinal]  :: thirteen
trecho {m}  :: distance, stretch, extension (in space or time)
trecho {m}  :: way, trail, walk
tregua {f}  :: rest, break
tregua {f}  :: truce
trehalasa {f} [enzyme]  :: trehalase
trehalosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: trehalose
treinta {cardinal num} [cardinal]  :: thirty
treintaytantos {num}  :: thirtysomething
treintena {f}  :: thirty-some
tráela {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, trae, la, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tráelo {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, trae, lo, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tráeme {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, trae, me, mood=imp, person=tú]  ::
tremebundo {adj}  :: ear-splitting (noise)
tremebundo {adj}  :: horrific, tremendous
tremedal {m}  :: quag, quagmire
tremendamente {adv}  :: tremendously
tremendo {adj}  :: tremendous
tren {m} [transport, railway]  :: train
tren interurbano {m}  :: commuter rail
tírense {v} [es-compound of, tir, ar, tiren, se, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
trentón {f}  :: thirtysomething
tren ultraligero {m}  :: ultra light rail
trenza {f}  :: plait, braid, truss
trenzada {v} [feminine past participle of, trenzar]  ::
trenzadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, trenzar]  ::
trenzados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, trenzar]  ::
trenzar {v}  :: to plait; to braid
treonina {f} [amino acid]  :: threonine
treosa {m} [carbohydrate]  :: threose
trepador {adj}  :: climbing
trepador {f}  :: careerist
trepador {f}  :: climber
trepador {f}  :: social climber
trepamonos {m}  :: climbing frame
trepanación {f} [surgery]  :: trepanation
trepar {v}  :: to climb
trepatroncos {m}  :: treecreeper, better known as the agateador
trepatroncos {m}  :: woodcreeper
trepidar {v}  :: to vibrate
treprostinil {m} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: treprostinil
tres {num} [cardinal]  :: three
trescientas {num}  :: feminine form of trescientos
trescientos {num}  :: three hundred
tres en raya {m}  :: tic-tac-toe, or noughts and crosses
tresillo {m}  :: A type of card game
tresillo {m} [music]  :: triplet
tresillo {m}  :: three-piece suite
treta {f}  :: trick
tráfago {m} [colloquial]  :: hustle, bustle
tráfago {m}  :: tiring activities, work
tráfago {m}  :: traffic
tráfico {m} [Latin America]  :: smuggle
tráfico {m}  :: traffic
trófico {adj}  :: trophic
trágicamente {adv}  :: tragically
trágico {adj} [drama]  :: tragic
trágico {adj}  :: tragic, distressful
triage {m}  :: alternative form of triaje
triaje {m} [medicine]  :: triage
Triana {prop}  :: A neighborhood in Seville, Spain
Triana {prop}  :: female given name
Triana {prop}  :: Spanish surname
trianero {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Triana, Seville
trianero {f}  :: Someone from Triana
triangular {adj}  :: triangular
triangular {v}  :: to triangulate
triario {m} [military of Ancient Rome]  :: triarius
triatleta {m}  :: triathlete
triatlón {m}  :: triathlon
triazina {f} [organic compound]  :: triazine
tribadismo {m}  :: tribadism, a form of lesbian intercourse involving the rubbing together of two partners' vulvae
tribal {adj}  :: tribal
tribología {f}  :: tribology
tribu {f}  :: tribe
tribunal {m}  :: tribunal
tribunal testamentario {m}  :: probate court
tributar {v}  :: to render; to pay tribute to
tricampeón {m}  :: three-time champion; one who has won a championship three times
tricentenario {adj}  :: tricentennial
tricentenario {m}  :: tricentenary
tricentésimo {adj}  :: three hundredth
triciclo {m}  :: Any three-wheeled vehicle
triciclo {m}  :: tricycle (bicycle with three wheels)
tricloroacetato {m} [organic compound]  :: trichloroacetate
tricloroacético {adj}  :: trichloroacetic
tricloroetileno {m} [organic compound]  :: trichloroethylene
triclosán {m} [organic compound]  :: triclosan
tórico {adj}  :: toric; toroidal
tricofilia {f}  :: trichophilia
tricolor {adj}  :: tricolor (having three colors)
tricolor {m}  :: tricolour (flag)
tricornio {m}  :: tri-corn hat
tricotar {v}  :: to knit
tricotómico {adj}  :: Pertaining to trichotomy
tricotomía {f}  :: trichotomy
tricóptero {m}  :: caddis fly
tricótomo {adj}  :: trichotomous
tridecágono {m} [geometry]  :: triskaidecagon, tridecagon
tridente {m}  :: trident (a three-pronged spear)
tridimensional {adj}  :: three-dimensional, tridimensional
tridisminuido {adj} [geometry]  :: tridiminished
Trieste {prop}  :: Trieste (town)
trietilamina {f} [organic compound]  :: triethylamine
trifenilmetano {m} [organic compound]  :: triphenylmethane
trifosfato {m} [chemistry]  :: triphosphate
trifulca {f}  :: punch-up, ruckus
trifulca {f}  :: quarrel, row
tráigame {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traiga, me, mood=imp, person=usted]  ::
tráiganlo {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traigan, lo, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
tráiganme {v} [es-compound of, tra, er, traigan, me, mood=imp, person=ustedes]  ::
triglicérido {m} [organic compound]  :: triglyceride
trigo {m}  :: wheat
trigonometría {f} [mathematics]  :: trigonometry
trigonométrico {adj}  :: trigonometric
trigésimo {adj}  :: thirtieth
trigésimo {f}  :: thirtieth
trigueño {adj}  :: Resembling wheat, wheaten
tráiler {m}  :: trailer (preview)
tráiler {m}  :: trailer (vehicle)
trilingüe {adj}  :: trilingual
trilla {f}  :: gurnard (fish)
trilla {f}  :: threshing
trillar {v}  :: to thresh
trillizo {adj}  :: triplet; in a group of three
trillizo {m}  :: triplet
trillón {m} [cardinal]  :: a quintillion; 1018
trilogía {f}  :: trilogy
trimestral {adj}  :: trimestral
trimestre {m}  :: trimester
trimetilpentano {m} [organic compound]  :: trimethylpentane
trimetoprima {f} [organic compound]  :: trimethoprim
trimétrico {adj}  :: trimetric
trinar {v}  :: to warble, chirp
trincar {v} [colloquial]  :: to get drunk
trincar {v} [colloquial]  :: to kidnap, nab
trincar {v} [colloquial]  :: to nick, rob
trincar {v} [colloquial]  :: to screw, shag
trincar {v} [colloquial]  :: to take out, do away with (kill)
trinchar {v}  :: to carve
trinche {m} [Latin America]  :: fork
trinchera {f}  :: trench, ditch
trineo {m}  :: sledge, sleigh
triángulo {m} [automotive]  :: control arm
triángulo {m} [geometry]  :: triangle
triángulo {m} [musical instruments]  :: triangle
triángulo equilátero {m} [geometry]  :: equilateral triangle
triángulo rectángulo {m}  :: right triangle
trinidad {f}  :: trinity
trinidad {prop}  :: Trinity (in Christianity)
Trinidad {prop}  :: female given name, referring to the Holy Trinity
Trinidad {prop}  :: Trinidad (island)
Trinidad y Tobago {prop}  :: Trinidad and Tobago
trinitense {adj}  :: Trinidadian and Tobagonian
trinitense {m}  :: Trinidadian and Tobagonian
trinitrofenol {m} [organic compound]  :: trinitrophenol, picric acid
trinitrotolueno {m} [organic compound]  :: trinitrotoluene, TNT
trino {m}  :: chirp
triosa {f} [organic chemistry]  :: triose
tripa {f}  :: belly
tripa {f}  :: inner tube
tripa {f}  :: intestine, gut
tripa {f}  :: tripe
tripas {fp} [cooking]  :: tripe
triple {adj}  :: triple
triple diosa {f}  :: triple goddess (any triune female deity)
triple diosa {f}  :: Triple Goddess (Wiccan Goddess)
Triple Diosa {f} [alternative case form of, triple diosa]  ::
triple salto {m} [athletics]  :: triple jump
triplete {m}  :: triple, hat trick
triplicada {v} [feminine past participle of, triplicar]  ::
triplicadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, triplicar]  ::
triplicados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, triplicar]  ::
triplicar {v}  :: to triplicate; to do something three times
tripón {adj}  :: stout, potbellied
tripón {m}  :: augmentative form of tripa; big belly, potbelly
tripsina {f} [enzyme]  :: trypsin
triptamina {f} [organic compound]  :: tryptamine
triptófano {m} [amino acid]  :: tryptophan
tripulación {f}  :: crew of a ship, plane, or other craft
tripulado {adj}  :: manned, crewed
tripulante {m}  :: crewmember
tripular {v}  :: to man
triquetro {n}  :: triquetrous
triquitraque {m}  :: firecracker
triquiñuela {f}  :: trick
trisección {f}  :: trisection
triste {adj}  :: joyless
triste {adj}  :: sad
tristemente {adv}  :: sadly
tristemente {adv}  :: unfortunately
tristeza {f}  :: sadness
Tristán {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to English Tristan
triterpeno {m} [organic compound]  :: triterpene
triterpenoide {m} [organic compound]  :: triterpenoid
triterpénico {adj}  :: triterpenoid
tritio {m} [isotope]  :: tritium
tritón {m}  :: merman
triturador {m}  :: shredder
trituradora {f}  :: crusher
trituradora {f}  :: shredder
trituradora de madera {f}  :: woodchipper
triturar {v}  :: to grind
triumpho {m}  :: obsolete spelling of triunfo
triunfalismo {m}  :: triumphalism
triunfante {adj}  :: triumphant, victorious
triunfar {v}  :: to triumph
triunfo {m}  :: triumph
trivial {adj}  :: trivial
trivializar {v}  :: to trivialize
trióxido {m}  :: trioxide
triza {f}  :: fragment
térmica {f}  :: thermal
térmico {adj}  :: thermal
término {m}  :: end
trámite {m}  :: procedure, step
trémulo {adj}  :: trembling, tremulous
tránsfuga {m}  :: deserter
tránsfuga {m}  :: fugitive
tránsfuga {m}  :: turncoat, traitor
tránsito {m}  :: traffic, transit
trío {m}  :: threesome (an instance of sexual activity involving three people)
trío {m}  :: trio, threesome (a group of three, especially for performance art)
trocar {v}  :: to barter
trocear {v}  :: to shred
trocha {f}  :: trail, narrow path
trocito {m}  :: diminutive form of trozo, small piece
trocánter {m} [anatomy]  :: trochanter
trocoide {f} [geometry]  :: trochoid
-trofa {suffix}  :: feminine form of -trofo
trofeo {m}  :: trophy
-trofia {suffix}  :: -trophy
-trofo {suffix}  :: -troph, -trophic
trofozoito {m} [cytology]  :: trophozoite
troglodita {adj}  :: barbarous, cruel (of a person)
troglodita {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to subterranean life
troglodita {m}  :: caveman or cavewoman
troglodita {m}  :: troglodyte
trogón {m}  :: trogon
troj {f}  :: A storeroom specifically used to keep olives separately before being ground
troj {f}  :: garner
troja {f} [archaic]  :: A slim bag made of linen cloth
troja {f} [archaic]  :: garner
troja {f} [archaic]  :: saddlebag
trol {m} [fantasy]  :: troll
trol {m} [Internet]  :: troll
trola {f}  :: lie, fib
trola {f} [slang, South America]  :: female prostitute
trole {m}  :: A trolley bus
trolear {v} [internet]  :: to troll
trolebús {m}  :: trolley bus
trolero {adj}  :: lying, fibbing
troll {m}  :: alternative spelling of trol
tromba {f}  :: whirlwind, tornado
trombina {f} [enzyme]  :: thrombin
trombón {m}  :: trombone
trombocito {m}  :: thrombocyte; blood platelet
trombosis {f}  :: thrombosis
tromboxano {m} [organic compound]  :: thromboxane
trombótico {adj}  :: thrombotic
trompa {f} [anatomy]  :: tube (especially the Fallopian tube)
trompa {f} [musical instruments]  :: horn
trompa {f}  :: proboscis
trompa {f}  :: snout (long, projecting nose, mouth and jaw of a beast)
trompa {f}  :: trunk (of an elephant)
trompa {m} [vesre]  :: boss, protector
trompa de Falopio {f} [anatomy]  :: Fallopian tube
trompa de los Alpes {f}  :: alphorn
trompe-l'œil {m}  :: trompe-l'oeil (type of optical illusion)
trompeta {f}  :: trumpet
trompeta {m}  :: trumpeter
trompetista {m}  :: trumpeter
trompo {m}  :: top (spinning toy)
tronada {v} [feminine past participle of, tronar]  ::
tronadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tronar]  ::
tronados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tronar]  ::
tronar {vi} [colloquial]  :: to fail (not pass an exam)
tronar {vi} [impersonal]  :: to thunder
tronar {vt} [colloquial]  :: to bust, ruin (person)
tronchado {adj} [heraldry]  :: divided into two parts diagonally, per bend
tronchar {v}  :: to crack, to split
tronchar {v}  :: to shatter
tronchar {v}  :: to snap
tronco {f} [colloquial, Spain]  :: guy, dude
tronco {m}  :: torso
tronco {m}  :: trunk (tree trunk)
tronco del encéfalo {m} [anatomy]  :: brain stem
tronera {f}  :: pocket of pool table
tronera {f}  :: small window; porthole
tronío {m}  :: extravagance
trono {m}  :: throne
tronquito {m}  :: little trunk
tronquito {m} [slang]  :: penis
tropa {f} [Latin America]  :: flock, herd
tropa {f} [military]  :: army, troop
tropa {f}  :: troop, crowd
tropecientos {adj}  :: zillion
tropel {m}  :: mob, crowd
tropel {m}  :: squad, troop
tropel {m}  :: swarm
tropelía {f}  :: outrage, abuse, barbarity
tropero {m} [Latin America]  :: cowboy
tropezada {v} [feminine past participle of, tropezar]  ::
tropezadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tropezar]  ::
tropezados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tropezar]  ::
tropezar {vi}  :: to get tripped up
tropezar {vi}  :: to trip, stumble, bump into
tropezar {vr}  :: to meet (someone) by chance
tropezón {adj}  :: stumbling
tropezón {m}  :: stumble, trip (act)
tropezón {m} [usually in plural]  :: bit of meat or other food found in a stew
tropezoso {adj}  :: falling, stumbling
tropical {adj}  :: tropical
tropiezo {m}  :: blunder
tropiezo {m}  :: setback
tropo {m} [music, rhetoric]  :: trope
tropomiosina {f} [protein]  :: tropomyosin
troponina {f} [protein]  :: troponin
tropopausa {f}  :: tropopause
troposfera {f}  :: troposphere
trotamundo {m}  :: drifter, transient
trotamundos {m}  :: globetrotter
trotar {v}  :: to trot
trotskismo {m}  :: Trotskyism
trotskista {m}  :: Trotskyite
Troya {prop}  :: Troy
troyano {adj}  :: Trojan
trozo {m}  :: piece
trozo de madera {f}  :: woodchip
trépano {m}  :: drill bit
trópico {adj}  :: Of or relating to tropes and their use
trópico {m} [astronomy, geography]  :: tropic
trópico {m} [geography]  :: tropics
trípode {m}  :: tripod
Trípoli {prop}  :: Tripoli (capital of Libya)
tríptico {m}  :: leaflet, pamphlet
tríptico {m}  :: triptych
tráquea {f}  :: throat, windpipe
tórrido {adj}  :: sultry, torrid
tórsalo {m}  :: torsalo
tártaro {adj}  :: Tatar
tártaro {f}  :: Tatar (person)
tártaro {m} [dentistry]  :: tartar
tártaro {m} [poetic]  :: hell
tártaro {m}  :: tartaric acid
tártaro {prop}  :: Tatar (language)
tártaro de Crimea {prop}  :: Crimean Tatar (a Turkic language)
tórtola {f}  :: turtle dove (bird)
tórtola turca {f}  :: The collared dove, a bird
tórtolo {n} [colloquial]  :: lovebird (person)
trucar {v}  :: tune up, soup up (modify a motor vehicle)
trucha {adj} [slang, offensive]  :: queer
trucha {f}  :: trout
trucho {f} [humorous]  :: male trout
truco {m}  :: a type of card game, a variant of truc
truco {m}  :: trick
trucos del oficio {mp} [pluralonly]  :: tricks of the trade
truculento {adj}  :: deadly, destructive
truculento {adj}  :: truculent, cruel, savage
trueno {m}  :: a clap of thunder
trueno {m} [rare]  :: privet
trueque {m}  :: barter
trufa {f}  :: truffle (tuber)
Trujillo {prop}  :: Spanish surname
trullo {m} [slang]  :: prison
truncar {v}  :: to truncate, to cut off
truño {m} [vulgar]  :: turd (excrement)
Trysta {prop}  :: female given name
tsantsa {f}  :: tsantsa
tísica {f}  :: feminine form of tísico
tísica {f} [lb, es, archaic]  :: phthisis (wasting disease)
tísico {adj}  :: phthisic (suffering from a wasting disease)
tísico {f}  :: a phthisic individual
Tsjinval {prop}  :: The capital city of South Ossetia
Tskhinval {prop}  :: alternative form of Tsjinval
tsunami {m}  :: tsunami
tétano {m}  :: alternative form of tétanos
tétanos {m} [disease]  :: tetanus
tótem {m}  :: totem
tótem {m}  :: totem pole
títere {m}  :: marionette
títere {m}  :: puppet
título {m}  :: title
tu {adj}  :: [before the noun] apocopic form of tuyo your
TU {initialism}  :: Tren Urbano, the metro system used in San Juan, Puerto Rico
tuanis {adj} [Costa Rica, colloquial]  :: Nice, agreeable, giving a general sense of well-being, cool
tuanis {adj} [El Salvador, Honduras, colloquial]  :: Of excellent quality (said of a person)
tuanis {adj} [Honduras, colloquial]  :: Cool (fashionable)
tubería {f}  :: tubing, piping
tubo {m} [Latin America]  :: receiver (on a telephone)
tubo {m}  :: tube
tubo de ensayo {m}  :: test tube
tubo de escape {m}  :: tailpipe; exhaust pipe
tubo neural {m} [anatomy]  :: neural tube
tubérculo {m} [anatomy, botany, pathology, mycology]  :: tubercle
tubular {adj}  :: Tubular (shaped like a tube)
tubulina {f} [protein]  :: tubulin
tucán {m} [lb, es, Costa Rica, dated]  :: A 5000 colón bill
tucán {m}  :: toucan
tucumano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Tucumán
tucumano {f}  :: Someone from Tucumán
tuerca {f}  :: nut (for a bolt)
tuerto {adj}  :: one-eyed
tuerto {f}  :: one-eyed person
tuerto {f}  :: Someone who is thought to bring bad luck to a person they see
tufo {m}  :: a wisp (of hair)
tufo {m}  :: bad breath
tufo {m}  :: foul odor, stench
tuit {m} [computing]  :: tweet (post on Twitter)
tuitear {v} [Internet]  :: to tweet
tuiteo {m} [computing]  :: tweet (post on Twitter)
tuitero {f} [computing]  :: tweeter (Twitter user)
tula {f} [vulgar, Chile]  :: penis
tule {m}  :: tule (freshwater sedge)
tulio {m}  :: thulium
tulipán {m}  :: a tulip
tullido {adj}  :: crippled
tullido {adj}  :: paralyzed
tullido {m}  :: cripple, handicapped person
tu madre {f} [pejorative, slang]  :: Similar to the English version, a catch-all retort; shut the fuck up. Literally: your mom
tumba {f}  :: grave
tumbaburros {m} [slang]  :: dictionary
tumbado {adj}  :: lying down
tumbar {vi}  :: to fall
tumbar {vr}  :: to lie down
tumbar {vt}  :: to knock over, tip (make fall)
tumbar {vt}  :: to lay, have sex (with)
tumbarse a la bartola {v} [idiomatic]  :: To hit the hay; hit the sack
tumbón {adj} [colloquial]  :: lazy
tumbón {adj} [colloquial]  :: sly
tumbona {f}  :: lounger (chair), sun-lounger, recliner, easy chair, deckchair, beach chair, chaise longue
tumor {m}  :: tumor
tumoral {adj}  :: tumoral
tumultuario {adj}  :: tumultuous
tuna {f}  :: nopal
tuna {f}  :: prickly pear, the fruit of the nopal cactus (Opuntia, especially Opuntia ficus-indica)
tuna {f} [Spain]  :: a college singing group, wearing ornate clothes, called in the Americas estudiantina (see Tuna (music))
tunante {adj}  :: loafing
tunante {adj}  :: tricky, deceptive
tunante {m}  :: crook
tunante {m}  :: loafer
tunco {m} [colloquial, El Salvador]  :: pig
tunco {m} [colloquial, figurative, El Salvador]  :: fat person
tunda {f} [colloquial, Colombia]  :: beating, blow
tundir {v}  :: to mow
tundir {v}  :: to shear
tundir {v}  :: to thrash
tundra {f}  :: tundra
tunear {v}  :: to be crooked or deceitful
tunecino {adj}  :: Tunisian
tunecino {f}  :: Tunisian
tuneladora {f}  :: tunneler (device for making tunnels)
tungsteno {m}  :: tungsten (chemical element)
tupla {f}  :: tuple
turanosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: turanose
turba {f}  :: mob
turba {f}  :: peat
turbante {m}  :: turban
turbar {v}  :: to confuse
turbar {v}  :: to disturb
turbina {f}  :: turbine
turbio {adj}  :: turbid
turbopropulsor {m}  :: turboprop
turbulencia {f}  :: turbulence
turbulencia {f}  :: turbulent times
turbulento {adj}  :: turbulent
turíbulo {m}  :: censer, thurible
turca {f} [Nicaragua, offensive]  :: penis
turca {f}  :: Turk
turco {adj}  :: Turkish
turco {f}  :: (Central America) it is used infrequently to refer to a Turk, but it is most often used to refer to an Arab or a Jew. In general, it is a non-offensive synonym of Sand-Nigger. i.e. "Los Turcos son los dueños de todas las tiendas de tela". Here, 'Turcos' refers to the Arabs. "Los Turcos son los dueños de todas las casas de empeño". Here it refers to the Jews.
turco {f}  :: Turk
turco {prop}  :: the Turkish language
turcomano {adj}  :: Turkoman (Turkmen)
turcomano {f}  :: Turkoman (Turkmen)
turinés {adj}  :: Turinese
turinés {f}  :: Turinese
turismo {m}  :: tourism
turismo sexual {m}  :: sex tourism
turista {m}  :: tourist
Turkmenistán {prop}  :: Turkmenistan
turkmeno {adj}  :: Turkmen
turkmeno {f}  :: Turkmen
turmalina {f}  :: tourmaline
turón {m}  :: polecat, weasel
turnar {v}  :: to alternate
turnar {v}  :: to take turns
turnarse {vr}  :: To take turns
turno {m}  :: duty, guard
turno {m}  :: shift
turno {m}  :: turn
turolense {adj}  :: From Teruel
turolense {m}  :: Someone from Teruel
turquí {adj} [obsolete]  :: Turkish
Turquía {prop}  :: Turkey (country at intersection of Europe and Asia)
turquear {v} [Nicaragua, vulgar]  :: to beat up somebody
turquesa {adj}  :: turquoise
turquesa {f}  :: turquoise (gemstone)
turquesa {f} [uncountable]  :: turquoise (color)
turrón {m}  :: A sweet made from almonds. Similar to nougat
turístico {adj}  :: touristic
tururú {adj}  :: (to be) crazy, nuts
tusada {v} [feminine past participle of, tusar]  ::
tusadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tusar]  ::
tusados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tusar]  ::
tusar {v} [Latin America]  :: to shear
tusilago {m}  :: coltsfoot
tutú {m}  :: tutu
tuétano {m}  :: marrowbone
tuétano {m}  :: marrow, bone marrow
tuteada {v} [feminine past participle of, tutear]  ::
tuteadas {v} [feminine plural past participle of, tutear]  ::
tuteados {v} [masculine plural past participle of, tutear]  ::
tutear {v}  :: to address someone informally, with , to thou
tutela {f}  :: custody
tutela {f}  :: title
tutelaje {m}  :: tutelage
tuteo {m}  :: In Spanish dialects, the use of the pronoun as opposed to vos
tuteo {m}  :: The use of informal as opposed to polite pronouns
tuto {m} [Chile, childish]  :: sleepiness
tuto {m} [Chile]  :: thigh
tutor {f}  :: guardian
tutor {f}  :: tutor
tutora {f}  :: feminine form of tutor
Tuvalu {prop}  :: Tuvalu
tuvaluano {adj}  :: Tuvaluan
tuvaluano {f}  :: Tuvaluan
tuxtleco {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez
tuya {adj}  :: feminine form of tuyo Yours, your
tuya {f} [botany]  :: (Thuja) thuja
tuya {f} [geology]  :: tuya
tuya {pron}  :: feminine form of tuyo Yours
tuya articulada {f} [plant]  :: sandarac (Tetraclinis articulata Masters)
tuyas {adj}  :: feminine plural of tuyo Yours, your
tuyas {pron}  :: feminine plural of tuyo Yours
tuyo {adj}  :: Yours, your
tuyo {pron}  :: Yours
tuza {f} [Mexico]  :: gopher
tv {f}  :: (television) TV
TV3 {abbr}  :: Televisio de Catalunya Catalan Public Television
TVE {abbr}  :: TV España
twittear {v} [Internet]  :: to tweet
twittero {m} [neologism, Internet]  :: twitterer (someone who uses the microblogging website Twitter)
tóxico {adj}  :: toxic
tú y cuántos más {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: you and whose army?
tzompantli {m}  :: alternative spelling of zompantli