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ü {symbol}  :: The letter u with a trema
ú {conj}  :: obsolete spelling of u
Úbeda {prop} {f}  :: Úbeda
úlcera {f}  :: ulcer
última gota {f}  :: last straw (small additional burden)
últimamente {adv}  :: recently, lately
último {adj}  :: final; last
último {adj}  :: latest; most recent
último {adj}  :: finally
último grito {m} [idiomatic]  :: all the rage, the latest thing
únicamente {adv}  :: only, uniquely
único {adj}  :: unique; sole; single; only
único {adj}  :: solitary; alone
úrico {adj}  :: uric
úrsido {m}  :: Ursid
Úrsula {prop} {f}  :: given name, cognate to English Ursula
úrtimo {adj}  :: eye dialect of último
útero {m}  :: uterus; womb
Útica {prop} {f}  :: Utica (ancient Punic city)
útil {adj}  :: helpful; useful
útilmente {adv}  :: usefully
u {letter}  :: The 22nd letter of the Spanish alphabet
u {f}  :: Name of the letter U
u {conj}  :: or
U {letter}  :: The 22nd letter of the Spanish alphabet
uña {f}  :: claw; hoof; stinger
uña {f}  :: nail, fingernail, toenail
uña de caballo {f}  :: coltsfoot
uña de gato {m}  :: cat's claw
UAF {initialism}  :: Unidad de Análisis Financiero: Financial Intelligence Unit, in Panama, Paraguay and other Latin-American countries
Uagadugú {prop}  :: Uagadugú (city)
ualabí {m}  :: wallaby
uapití {m}  :: elk; wapiti
uau {interj}  :: wow (exclamation of amazement)
Ubalde {prop}  :: surname
ubersexual {m}  :: ubersexual
ubersexual {adj}  :: ubersexual
ubetense {adj}  :: Of or from Úbeda
ubetense {mf}  :: Someone from Úbeda
ubicación {f}  :: position; location
ubicado {adj}  :: located, situated
ubicado {adj} [Latin America]  :: seemly
ubicador {m}  :: locator (one who, or that which, locates)
ubicador {m}  :: tracer
ubicador {m}  :: finder
ubicar {vt}  :: to position; to place
ubicar {vt}  :: to find
ubicar {vr}  :: to be located
ubicar {vr}  :: to position oneself
ubicar {vr}  :: to behave well, seemly
ubicuidad {f}  :: ubiquity
ubicuitina {f} [protein]  :: ubiquitin
ubicuo {adj}  :: ubiquitous
ubio {m}  :: alternative spelling of yugo
ubiquidad {f}  :: ubiquitousness; ubiquity
ubiquitario {adj}  :: ubiquitous
ubiquitina {f} [protein]  :: ubiquitin
ubiquitinación {f}  :: ubiquitination
ubre {f}  :: udder
ubérrimo {adj} [literary]  :: very fruitful, abundant, lush
UCD {prop} {f}  :: Union of the Democratic Centre, a Spanish political party
ucedista {mf}  :: Member of supporter of the Union of the Democratic Centre, a Spanish political party
ucevista {mf}  :: A student of the Central University of Venezuela
-ucha {suffix}  :: feminine noun of -ucho
uchepo {m} [Mexico]  :: A tamale prepared with sweet corn, originating from the state of Michoacán
-ucho {suffix}  :: Used in forming pejoratives from nouns and adjectives
uchuva {f}  :: cape gooseberry, a fruit, Physalis peruviana, related to the tomatillo, yellow, and about 20 mm in diameter
UCI {f}  :: ICU (intensive care unit)
-uco {suffix} [Spain, especially, Cantabria]  :: Added to masculine nouns to denote a diminutive form
Ucrania {prop} {f}  :: Ukraine
ucraniana {f}  :: feminine noun of ucraniano
ucranianización {f}  :: Ukrainization
ucraniano {m}  :: Ukrainian person
ucraniano {m}  :: Ukrainian language
ucraniano {adj}  :: Ukrainian
ucranio {adj}  :: Ukrainian
ucranio {m}  :: (of a person) Ukrainian
Ud. {pron}  :: abbreviation of usted
udinese {adj}  :: Of or relating to Udine or the Udine people
udinese {mf}  :: A native or inhabitant of Udine
-udo {suffix}  :: A suffix appended to nouns to form adjectives (which can also be used as nouns), to indicate that someone or something has attributes such as existence or abundance, and sometimes indicates habits or attitudes, similar to English suffixes -y, -ous:
-udo {suffix} [El Salvador, Honduras]  :: A suffix appended to nouns of parts of the body to derive adjectives relating to having a big example of such parts:
Uds {pron}  :: you (formal, plural)
Uds. {pron}  :: abbreviation of ustedes
UE {initialism}  :: initialism of Unión Europea (English: EU)
Uehara {prop}  :: surname
-uela {suffix}  :: feminine noun of -uelo
-uelo {suffix}  :: diminutive suffix for nouns
-uelo {suffix}  :: emphasizes contempt for the subject
uñeta {f}  :: plectrum
ufanarse {v}  :: to take pride in; to boast about
ufanismo {m}  :: excessive pride, especially of one's nation
ufano {adj}  :: proud
ufano {adj}  :: smug
ufóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of ufólogo
ufólogo {m}  :: ufologist
ufología {f}  :: ufology
Uganda {prop}  :: Uganda
ugandés {adj}  :: Ugandan
ugandés {m}  :: Ugandan
ugetista {adj}  :: Of or relating to Unión General de Trabajadores, a Spanish trade union
ugetista {mf}  :: A member of Unión General de Trabajadores, a Spanish trade union
UGT {initialism}  :: Unión General de Trabajadores, a Spanish trade union
uh {interj}  :: Used to express disappointment or disdain
uigur {adj}  :: Uyghur
uigur {m}  :: Uyghur
ukelele {m}  :: ukulele
ukelín {m}  :: ukelin
ulama {f}  :: A Mesoamerican game played with a rubber ball and racquet
ulceración {f}  :: ulceration
ulcerar {v}  :: to ulcerate
ulcerar {v}  :: to fester
ulceroso {adj}  :: ulcerous
ulexita {f} [mineral]  :: ulexite
Ulises {prop} {m}  :: given name; Ulysses
Ulises {prop} {m}  :: The letter U in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
ulna {f} [skeleton]  :: ulna
ulnar {adj}  :: ulnar
Ulán Bator {prop}  :: Ulan Bator
Ulrica {prop} {f}  :: given name
ulsterización {f}  :: Ulsterisation
ulterior {adj}  :: ulterior
ulterior {adj}  :: later; subsequent
ulteriormente {adv}  :: subsequently
ultimación {f}  :: ultimatum
ultimar {vt}  :: to finalize; to complete
ultimar {vt}  :: to kill
ultimogénito {m}  :: lastborn
ultimátum {m}  :: ultimatum
ultra {adj}  :: extreme, left-wing
ultra {mf}  :: extremist
ultra {mf}  :: hooligan, hardened fan
ultracatólico {adj}  :: ultra-Catholic
ultracatolicismo {m}  :: ultra-Catholicism
ultracentrífuga {f}  :: ultracentrifuge
ultracentrifugadora {f}  :: ultracentrifuge
ultracentrifugar {v}  :: to ultracentrifuge
ultrachavista {adj}  :: ultra-Chavist
ultraconservador {adj}  :: ultraconservative
ultraconservador {m}  :: ultraconservative
ultraderecha {f}  :: far right
ultraderechismo {m}  :: far-right politics
ultraderechista {mf}  :: extreme right-winger
ultradiano {adj}  :: ultradian
ultraestructura {f}  :: ultrastructure
ultrafiltración {f}  :: ultrafiltration
ultraislámico {adj}  :: ultra-Islamic
ultraizquierda {f}  :: far left
ultraizquierdista {adj}  :: extremely left (politically)
ultraizquierdista {mf}  :: an extreme leftist
ultrajante {adj}  :: insulting, offensive
ultrajar {v}  :: to insult; to offend, outrage
ultrajar {v} [Mexico, El Salvador, Venezuela]  :: to rape
ultraje {m}  :: insult, offense
ultrakirchnerista {adj}  :: having very strong support for Néstor Kirchner, president of Argentina from 2003 to 2007, and/or his wife Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, president of Argentina since 2007
ultrakirchnerista {mf}  :: An avid supporter of Néstor Kirchner and/or his wife Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
ultraliberal {adj}  :: ultraliberal
ultraliberal {mf}  :: ultraliberal
ultraligero {adj}  :: ultralight, microlight, superlight, lightweight
ultramar {m}  :: abroad; overseas
ultramarino {adj}  :: overseas
ultramarino {m} [usually in the plural]  :: food product, foodstuff
ultramáfico {adj}  :: ultramafic
ultramoderno {adj}  :: ultramodern
ultramontano {adj}  :: ultramontane
ultranacionalismo {m}  :: ultranationalism
ultranacionalista {mf}  :: ultranationalist
ultranza {f}  :: extreme
ultranza {f}  :: to the extreme; to the utmost
ultraportátil {m}  :: netbook, subnotebook
ultrapotásico {adj} [geology]  :: ultrapotassic
ultraprocesado {adj}  :: ultra-processed
ultrarradical {adj}  :: ultraradical
ultrarrealista {adj}  :: ultra-realistic
ultrarreducido {adj}  :: extremely reduced
ultrarrojo {adj}  :: infrared
ultrarrápido {adj}  :: ultrafast, superfast
ultrasecreto {adj}  :: top secret
ultraísmo {m}  :: ultraism (Hispanophone literary movement)
ultrasónico {adj}  :: ultrasonic
ultrasonido {m}  :: ultrasound
ultrasonografía {f} [medicine]  :: ultrasonography
ultraísta {mf}  :: A member of the poetic movement known as ultraism
ultraísta {adj}  :: Of or relating to that movement
ultraterrenal {adj}  :: ultramundane, other-worldly
ultraterreno {adj}  :: ultramundane, other-worldly
ultratumba {f}  :: afterlife
ultravida {f}  :: afterlife; life after death
ultraviolencia {f}  :: ultraviolence
ultravioleta {adj}  :: ultraviolet
ulular {vi}  :: to ululate
ulular {vi}  :: to wail; to howl
ulular {vi}  :: to hoot
ululato {m}  :: wail
ululato {m}  :: hoot
umbela {f}  :: umbel
umbilicado {adj} [mycology]  :: umbilicate
umbilical {adj}  :: umbilical
umbra {f}  :: feminine noun of umbro
umbría {f}  :: umbra, shady area
umbral {m}  :: doorstep; threshold; stoop
umbro {adj}  :: Umbrian
umbro {m}  :: Umbrian
umbrío {adj}  :: shady, dark, shadowy
umbroso {adj}  :: shady (having or causing shades)
umbundo {m}  :: Umbundu
umpire {m}  :: umpire
un {adj} [before the noun]  :: apocopic form of uno one
un {art}  :: a
-un- {affix} [chemistry]  :: -un-
una {f}  :: feminine noun of uno
una {pron}  :: we (an indefinite plural pronoun using a singular feminine item, used for females)
UNA {prop} {f}  :: acronym of Universidad Nacional de Agricultura
una de cal y otra de arena {f} [idiomatic]  :: An alternation of two opposite things, for example hot and cold, good cop bad cop, zigzag, up and down, happy one minute and sad the next
una, dole, tele, catole {phrase}  :: Equivalent to eeny, meeny, miny, moe
Unai {prop} {m}  :: given name
una imagen vale más que mil palabras {proverb}  :: a picture is worth a thousand words
unamuniano {adj}  :: Of or relating to Miguel de Unamuno, a Spanish writer and philosopher
unanimidad {f}  :: unanimity
unanimidad {adv}  :: unanimously
UNASUR {prop}  :: Union of South American Nations
una vez más {adv}  :: once again
una y otra vez {adv} [idiomatic]  :: repeatedly; over and over; again and again; time and again
unboxing {m} [object-oriented]  :: unboxing
uncial {adj}  :: uncial
uncial {f}  :: uncial
unción {f}  :: unction
uncir {v}  :: to yoke
un clavo saca otro clavo {proverb}  :: The best way to get over a broken relationship is to enter into a new one
un día de estos {adv} [idiomatic]  :: one of these days, someday
un día es un día {proverb}  :: what the heck; you only live once (said when making an exception to indulge in something)
un día más un día menos {proverb}  :: another day, another dollar
undécimo {adj}  :: eleventh
undécimo {m}  :: eleventh
undecágono {m}  :: undecagon
underground {m}  :: underground (movement)
undoso {adj}  :: wavy
UNED {initialism}  :: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
unete {f}  :: An Internet currency established in Spain in 2013
ungüento {m}  :: unguent, salve
ungir {v}  :: anoint
ungueal {adj}  :: ungual
ungulado {adj} [zoology]  :: ungulate
ungulado {m} [zoology]  :: ungulate
un huevo {adv} [vulgar, colloquial, idiomatic]  :: a shitload; fuck loads; a fuckton
un huevo y parte del otro {adv} [vulgar, colloquial, idiomatic]  :: a fucking shitload; fucking loads; a motherfucking fuckton
uni {f}  :: clipping of universidad uni
unicamente {adv}  :: uniquely
unicamente {adv}  :: only, solely
unicameral {adj}  :: unicameral
unicel {m} [Mexico]  :: styrofoam
unicelular {adj}  :: unicellular
unicidad {f}  :: uniqueness
unicolor {adj}  :: unicolor
unicornio {m}  :: unicorn
unidad {f}  :: A unit (object, military, or measure)
unidad {f}  :: unity
unidad astronómica {f}  :: astronomical unit
unidimensional {adj}  :: one-dimensional, unidimensional
unidimensionalmente {adv}  :: unidimensionally
unidireccional {adj}  :: unidirectional
unidireccionalidad {f}  :: unidirectionality
unido {adj}  :: united
unido {adj}  :: joined, linked
unidocente {adj}  :: having a single teacher
unifamiliar {adj}  :: single-family
unificación {f}  :: unification
unificador {adj}  :: unifying
unificar {v}  :: to unify
uniformado {adj}  :: uniformed (wearing uniform)
uniformalizar {v}  :: to make uniform
uniformar {v}  :: to standardize
uniforme {adj}  :: uniform, even
uniforme {m}  :: uniform, dress uniform
uniformemente {adv}  :: uniformly
uniformidad {f}  :: uniformity
uniformismo {m}  :: uniformism
uniformización {f}  :: standardization
uniformizador {m}  :: uniformizer, steamroller (an overwhelming force that overpowers all opposition)
uniformizar {v}  :: uniform (to make uniform)
unigénito {adj}  :: only-begotten
unilateral {adj}  :: unilateral
unilateralidad {f}  :: unilaterality
unilateralismo {m}  :: unilateralism
unilateralista {adj}  :: unilateralist
unilateralista {mf}  :: unilateralist
unilateralmente {adv}  :: unilaterally
unión {f}  :: union
Unión Africana {prop} {f}  :: African Union
Unión de Repúblicas Socialistas Soviéticas {prop} {f}  :: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Unión Europea {prop} {f}  :: European Union
unión libre {f}  :: common-law marriage
uninominal {adj}  :: uninominal
Unión Soviética {prop} {f}  :: Soviet Union
unionismo {m}  :: unionism
unionismo {m}  :: trade unionism
unionista {mf}  :: unionist
unipartidista {adj}  :: one-party; monoparty
unipersonal {adj}  :: unipersonal
uniprovincial {adj}  :: single-province
unir {v}  :: to unite
unir {v}  :: to merge, to conflate
unisex {adj}  :: unisex
unisexual {adj}  :: unisexual
unista {mf} [politics]  :: One who desires union or unity of various political factions or nations
unitaria {f}  :: feminine noun of unitario
unitariamente {adv}  :: unitarily, unilaterally
unitario {adj}  :: unitary; unit
unitario {m} [politics]  :: one of Los Unitarios; member of the Partido Unitario, in 19th century Argentina
unitario {m} [religion]  :: Unitarian (adherent of Unitarianism; Unitarian Christian; or Unitarian, member of the Unitarian Church). See also unitariano
unitario {m} [religion]  :: Unitarian Universalist, see unitario universalista
unitarista {adj}  :: Unitarian
universal {adj}  :: universal
universalidad {f}  :: universality
universalismo {m}  :: universalism
universalista {mf}  :: universalist
universalización {f}  :: universalization
universalizar {v}  :: to universalise
universalmente {adv}  :: universally
universiada {f}  :: university games
universidad {f}  :: university
universitaria {f}  :: feminine noun of universitario
universitario {adj}  :: of or relating to a university
universitario {m}  :: university student
universo {m}  :: universe
universo paralelo {m}  :: parallel universe
unánime {adj}  :: unanimous
unánimemente {adv}  :: unanimously
uno {num}  :: one
uno {determiner}  :: one
uno {pron}  :: one
uno que otro {pron}  :: one or two (a small number)
unos {adj}  :: some, a few (plural of uno)
unos {adj}  :: [with a specific time] about, approximately
unos {pron}  :: some, a few (plural of uno)
un poco {adv}  :: a bit
un poco {adv}  :: a little
un rato {adv}  :: a bit; a little
unísono {adj}  :: unison, unisonous
unísono {m}  :: unison
untable {adj}  :: spreadable
un tanto {adv}  :: slightly
untar {v}  :: to anoint
untar {v}  :: to bribe
untar {v}  :: to smear
untuosidad {f}  :: unctuousness
untuoso {adj}  :: greasy, oily, unctuous
untuoso {adj}  :: sticky
untuoso {adj} [deprecative]  :: mellifluous, excessively kind and flattering
ununbio {m}  :: ununbium
ununoctio {m}  :: ununoctium (chemical element)
ununpentio {m}  :: ununpentium
ununquadio {m}  :: [deprecated] flerovium (formerly ununquadium)
ununseptio {m}  :: ununseptium
ununtrio {m}  :: ununtrium
unívocamente {adv}  :: univocally
unívoco {adj}  :: univocal
upar {vt}  :: lift, raise
Upe {prop} {f}  :: A diminutive of the female given name Guadalupe
ups {interj}  :: oops
Upsala {prop} {f}  :: Upsala (city)
UPyD {prop} {f}  :: acronym of es
-ura {suffix}  :: attaches to adjectives to form abstract nouns
uracilo {m} [organic compound]  :: uracil
uralita {f}  :: fibre cement
uranilo {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: uranyl
uranio {m}  :: uranium
Urano {prop} {m}  :: Uranus
uranología {f} [obsolete]  :: uranology
urato {m} [organic compound]  :: urate
urbanidad {f}  :: politeness; urbanity
urbanismo {m}  :: city planning
urbanista {mf}  :: town planner
urbanita {adj}  :: urban
urbanita {mf}  :: urban dweller
urbanizable {adj}  :: Designated for building
urbanización {f}  :: housing development
urbanización {f}  :: housing estate
urbanización {f}  :: urbanization
urbanizar {v}  :: to develop (land for building houses)
urbanizar {v}  :: to urbanize
urbano {adj}  :: urban
urbano {adj}  :: urbane
urbanísticamente {adv}  :: urbanistically
urbanístico {adj}  :: urban, urbanistic
urbe {f}  :: metropolis; city
urbi et orbi {adv}  :: all over the world; worldwide
urce {m}  :: heather
urcitano {adj}  :: From Almería
urcitano {m}  :: Someone from Almería
urdú {m}  :: alt form urdu
urdidor {m}  :: thinker; brainchild
urdidora {f}  :: feminine noun of urdidor
urdimbre {f}  :: warp (of the weave)
urdimbre {f}  :: scheme
urdir {v}  :: to scheme
urdir {v}  :: to conspire
urdir {v}  :: to warp (textiles)
urdu {m}  :: Urdu (the Indo-Iranian language)
urea {f}  :: urea (organic compound)
ureasa {f} [enzyme]  :: urease
ureñense {adj}  :: Of or from Pedro María Ureña
ureñense {mf}  :: Someone from Pedro María Ureña
uretano {m} [organic chemistry]  :: urethane
uretra {f} [anatomy]  :: urethra
uretral {adj}  :: urethral
uretritis {f}  :: urethritis
urgencia {f}  :: urgency
urgencia {f}  :: emergency
urgente {adj}  :: urgent
urgentemente {adv}  :: urgently
urgentísimo {adj}  :: superlative of urgento
urgir {vi}  :: to be urgent, pressing
Uriarte {prop}  :: surname
uribismo {m}  :: Uribism
uribista {mf}  :: A supporter of Colombian president Álvaro Uribe, his administration, or policies. A political ally or member of Uribe's administration
uribista {adj}  :: Of or relating to Colombian president Álvaro Uribe, his administration, or policies
uribista {adj}  :: Describing a supporter of Colombian president Álvaro Uribe, his administration, or policies, or describing a political ally or member of Uribe's administration
uridililtransferasa {f} [enzyme]  :: uridylyltransferase
uridiltransferasa {f} [enzyme]  :: uridyl transferase
uridina {f} [organic compound]  :: uridine
urinario {adj}  :: urinary
urinario {m}  :: urinal
uróloga {f}  :: feminine of urólogo
urólogo {m}  :: urologist
urémico {adj}  :: uremic
urna {f}  :: urn
urna {f}  :: poll; ballot box
uro {m}  :: aurochs (Bos primigenius)
-uro {suffix} [chemistry]  :: -ide (marking the binary compound of a nonmetal)
urobórico {adj}  :: ouroboric
urocordado {m} [zoology]  :: urochordate
urocultivo {m}  :: urine culture
urogallo {m}  :: wood grouse
urológico {adj}  :: urologic, urological
urología {f}  :: urology
uroterapia {f}  :: urine therapy
urraca {f}  :: magpie (also called: common magpie, European magpie, Eurasian magpie) (Pica pica)
urraca de América {f}  :: blue jay
URSS {prop} {f}  :: USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Soviet Union)
Ursua {prop}  :: surname
uréter {m}  :: ureter
urticante {adj}  :: urticant
urticaria {f}  :: urticaria
urubú {m}  :: black vulture, buzzard
Uruguay {prop} {m}  :: Uruguay
Uruguay {prop} {m}  :: Uruguay River
uruguaya {f}  :: feminine noun of uruguayo
uruguayo {adj}  :: Uruguayan
uruguayo {m}  :: Uruguayan
urushiol {m} [organic chemistry]  :: urushiol
Urzúa {prop}  :: surname
usía {pron} [archaic, formal]  :: second person; your honor; you (singular)
usabilidad {f}  :: usability
usado {adj}  :: used
usado {adj}  :: worn, worn-out
usanza {f}  :: usage
usanza {f}  :: custom
usar {vt}  :: to use
usar {vt}  :: to wear
usar {vt}  :: to consume
usar {vr}  :: to be used
usar {vr}  :: to be fashionable
usarse {v}  :: to be used
usarse {v}  :: to be fashionable
usías {pron} [archaic, formal]  :: plural of usía
-usco {suffix}  :: alternative form of -sco
usencia {pron} [archaic, formal]  :: second person; your Excellency; you (singular)
usencia {pron} [archaic, formal]  :: second person; your reverence; you (singular)
usencias {pron} [archaic, formal]  :: plural of usencia
Ushuaia {prop} {f}  :: Ushuaia
ushuaiense {adj}  :: of or from Ushuaia
ushuaiense {mf}  :: Someone from Ushuaia
usina {f}  :: plant (factory or industrial facility), especially a large one
uslero {m} [Bolivia, Chile]  :: rolling pin
uso {m}  :: use
uso {m}  :: usage; habit
uso {m}  :: wear (degradation)
usté {pron}  :: obsolete spelling of usted
usted {pron}  :: second person formal; you (singular)
usted {pron} [Colombia, chiefly Bogotá]  :: second person informal; you (singular)
ustedear {v}  :: to address someone formally, with usted
ustedeo {m}  :: Use of the polite pronoun usted rather than informal pronouns
ustedes {pron} [formal in Spain, Equatorial Guinea, Philippines]  :: you (plural)
ustedes {pron} [Latin America, Canary Islands, Western Andalusia]  :: you (plural)
usual {adj}  :: usual
usualmente {adv}  :: usually
usuaria {f}  :: feminine singular of usuario
usuario {m}  :: user
usuario final {m}  :: end user
usucapión {f}  :: usucaption
usufructo {m}  :: usufruct
usufructuar {v}  :: to usufruct
usufructuaria {f}  :: feminine noun of usufructuario
usufructuario {m} [law]  :: beneficial owner
usuluteca {f}  :: feminine of usuluteco
usuluteco {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to Usulután Department, El Salvador
usuluteco {m}  :: An inhabitant of Usulután Department, El Salvador
usura {f}  :: usury
usuraria {f}  :: feminine noun of usurario
usurario {adj}  :: usurious
usurario {adj}  :: user (of the user of an application)
usurario {m}  :: user
usurera {f}  :: feminine noun of usurero
usurero {m}  :: usurer, loan shark (someone lending money at exorbitant rates of interest)
usurpación {f}  :: usurpation
usurpador {m}  :: usurper
usurpadora {f}  :: feminine noun of usurpador
usurpar {vt}  :: To usurp
Utah {prop}  :: Utah
utensilio {m}  :: utensil; tool; implement
uterino {adj}  :: uterine
utilería {f} [theater, film]  :: props (items placed on a stage)
utilero {m}  :: kit man
utilero {m}  :: roadie
utilidad {f}  :: utility, usefulness
utilidad {f} [in the plural]  :: profits
utilitario {adj}  :: utilitarian
utilitarismo {m} [philosophy]  :: utilitarianism
utilitarista {adj}  :: utilitarian
utilitarista {mf}  :: utilitarian
utilitarístico {adj}  :: utilitarian
utility {m} [sports]  :: utility
utilizable {adj}  :: usable
utilización {f}  :: utilization; use
utilizar {vt}  :: to use; to make use of; to utilize
utilizarse {vr}  :: To utilize
utillaje {m}  :: tools, tooling, equipment
utillero {m}  :: alternative form of utilero
utilísimo {adj}  :: superlative of útil
utopía {f}  :: utopia
utopia {f}  :: alternative form of utopía
utopista {adj}  :: utopian
utopista {mf}  :: utopian
utópico {adj}  :: utopian
utratecnología {f}  :: ultratechnology
Utrecht {prop} {m}  :: Utrecht (province)
Utrecht {prop} {m}  :: Utrecht (city/and/capital)
utrera {f}  :: feminine noun of utrero
utrero {m}  :: A young bull between three and four years old
utual {adv} [obsolete, El Salvador]  :: just now, just recently
utualito {adv} [obsolete, El Salvador]  :: just now, just recently
uva {f}  :: grape
uvas de la suerte {fp}  :: Twelve grapes that are traditionally eaten in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries as the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve
uve {f} [Spain]  :: letter: v
uve doble {f}  :: letter: w
uveítis {f}  :: uveitis
uy {interj}  :: alternative spelling of huy
Uzbekistán {prop} {m}  :: Uzbekistan (Republic of Uzbekistan)
uzbeko {adj}  :: Uzbek
uzbeko {m}  :: Uzbek (person)
uzbeko {m} [uncountable]  :: Uzbek (language)
úvea {f}  :: uvea
úvula {f} [anatomy]  :: uvula