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antipático {adj}
disagreeable [of a person]
maduro {adj} [fruto]
ripe [of fruit, etc.]
liviano {adj}
light [trivial, also of weight]
Welcome! [to a mixed group or to a group of only men]
Unverified grijandemenemone {adj} [Equatorial Guinea] [col.][refers to something small and of high value]
académicamente {adv}academically [in terms of education]
interino {adj}acting [of an employment position: temporary, substitute]
arq. corrido {adj} [parte de un edificio]adjoining [part of a building]
etno. geogr. anglo {adj}Anglian [relating to Angles; of or from East Anglia]
auditivo {adj}aural [of hearing]
anat. auricular {adj}aural [of the ear]
anat. med. auricular {adj} [del oído, corazón]auricular [of the ear, heart]
Unverified óseo {adj}bony [of bone]
atrevido {adj}brash [of a person]
intrépido {adj}brash [of an action]
crispado {adj} [manera]brittle [of a personality: tense, on edge]
ronco {adj} [voz]brittle [of a voice]
clavado {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]buried [coll.: of a knife in a torso]
hundido {adj} {past-p} [arma afilada]buried [coll.: of a knife in a torso]
alojado {adj} {past-p} [una bala]buried [of a bullet, lodged in the body]
mediante {prep}by [by means of]
calculador {adj} {pres-p}calculating [adj. also of a person]
chungo {adj} [col.] [esp.] [de mala calidad]cheap {adj} [of inferior quality]
zaino {adj} [caballo: color oscuro]chestnut [colour of horse]
¡Por Dios! [locución]Christ! [idiom] [potentially offensive exclamation of alarm or annoyance]
med. alternativo {adj}complementary [of alternative therapy]
de mierda {adj} [col.]crappy [coll.] [of poor quality]
dactilar {adj}digital [of / with fingers]
pésimo {adj}dire [Br.] [coll.] [awful, of poor quality]
funesto {adj}dire [threat, warning: of a disaster]
esquivo {adj} [difícil de encontrar]elusive [of a person]
marchito {adj} [persona: envejecida]faded [of a person's beauty due to age]
rubio {adj}fair [of hair]
sedoso {adj}flossy [resembling or made of floss]
gratuito {adj} [gratis]free [of charge]
con sabor a jengibre {adj}gingery [of taste]
fin. bruto {adj}gross [amount of salary before deductions]
provechoso {adj}helpful [of benefit]
de remate {adj}hopeless [coll.] [of a person, completely stupid]
insensible {adj} [lo que no siente o percibe]insentient [incapable of feeling or understanding]
integral {adj}integral [constituent part of]
intermedio {adj} [periodo de tiempo]intervening [period of time]
dep. unid. isométrico {adj}isometric [exercise against resistance, equality of measure]
dentado {adj}jagged [of a blade]
geogr. escarpado {adj}jagged [of a mountain range]
ling. lingüístico {adj}lingual [of languages]
anat. lingual {adj}lingual [of the tongue]
maternal {adj}maternal [nurturing, of mothers]
intelectual {adj} [de la inteligencia]mental [of the mind, intellectual]
irrelevante {adj}moot [of no practical significance]
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