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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "fantastic" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 110 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
fantastic irreal [adj]
General
fantastic novelesco [adj]
fantastic inconmensurable [adj]
fantastic lírico [adj]
fantastic fabuloso [adj]
fantastic fantástico [adj]
fantastic novelesca [adj/f]
fantastic lírica [adj/f]
fantastic fabulosa [adj/f]
fantastic fantástica [adj/f]
fantastic excelente [adj]
fantastic alucinante [adj]
fantastic bonísimo [adj]
fantastic colosal [adj]
fantastic fabuloso [adj]
fantastic fantástico [adj]
fantastic sabrosón [adj]
fantastic fenomenal [adj]
fantastic de órdago [adj]
fantastic rocambolesco [adj]
fantastic formidable [adj]
fantastic bestial [adj]
fantastic de ordago [adj]
fantastic bakan [adj] CL
fantastic caballo [adj] CL HN
fantastic chulín [adj] PR
fantastic fino [adj] PR
fantastic fino [adj] DO VE
fantastic cototo [adj] CL teen
fantastic cototudo [adj] CL
fantastic copante [adj] AR UY teen
fantastic heavy brother (inglés) [adj] PR
fantastic jevi [adj] HN
fantastic jebi (inglés heavy) [adj] HN SV DO
fantastic genial [adj]
fantastic de ataque [adj] CU CO
fantastic de bilz y pap [adj] CL
fantastic maravilloso [adj]
fantastic chévere CAM VE PE CO DO PR
fantastic de bigote ES
fantastic imaginativo [adj]
fantastic absurdo [adj]
fantastic sensacional [adj]
fantastic quimérico [adj]
fantastic descabellado [adj]
fantastic estupendo [adj]
fantastic quimerino [adj]
fantastic colosal [adj]
fantastic descabellada [adj]
fantastic imaginativa [adj/f]
fantastic absurda [adj/f]
fantastic quimérica [adj/f]
fantastic estupenda [adj/f]
fantastic quimerina [adj/f]
fantastic persona fantástica [f]
fantastic caprichudo [adj]
fantastic grotesco [adj]
fantastic ilusorio [adj]
fantastic imaginario [adj]
fantastic grotesca [adj/f]
fantastic caprichuda [adj/f]
fantastic ilusoria [adj/f]
fantastic imaginaria [adj/f]
fantastic padre [adj] MX
fantastic chévere [adj] HN SV PA AN CO VE PE BO
Idioms
fantastic de tres pares [adj] CU PR
fantastic de ensueño [adj]
fantastic ¡una nota! [interj] CO
fantastic de miedo ES
fantastic que te mueres
Colloquial
fantastic bárbaro [adj]
fantastic chévere [adj] AMER
fantastic molón [adj] ES
fantastic cañón [adj]
fantastic de la leche [adj]
fantastic de la hostia [adj]
fantastic de pánico [adj]
fantastic de pinga [adj]
fantastic de la gran flauta [adj]
fantastic de padre y muy señor mío [adj]
fantastic de ensueño [adj]
fantastic macuenco [adj]
fantastic bacán [adj]
fantastic jevi (inglés heavy) [adj] GT HN DO teen
fantastic fantástico [adj]
fantastic fenómeno [adj]
fantastic de película
fantastic bestial
fantastic que quita el hipo
fantastic cojonudo
fantastic dabuti
fantastic de fetén
fantastic de pata negra
Phrases
fantastic de película [adj]
Slang
fantastic alucinante [adj]
fantastic búfalo [adj] NI
fantastic de alucine [adj]
fantastic de la madre [adj] LAM
fantastic de pistón [adj]
fantastic de miedo [adj] CL
fantastic a toda madre LAM
fantastic de impresión ES
fantastic tuanis CR
fantastic chivísima CR
fantastic chiva CR
fantastic bacán CL
Engineering
fantastic regio [adj]
Aeronautics
fantastic súper [adj]
Arts
fantastic caprichoso [adj]
fantastic caprichosa [adj/f]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "fantastic" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 72 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
fantastic! fantástico [interj]
fantastic story balsamía [f] disused
fantastic being bestia [f]
fantastic! achalay [interj] BO
mexican folkloric fantastic animals made from paper-mâché or wood alebrije [m] MX
in a fantastic way fantásticamente [adv]
person with fantastic memory memorión [m]
fantastic thing bisté [m] CU
fantastic being used to scare children, especially to make them obedient cucu [m] BO
fantastic being used to scare children, especially to make them obedient cucu [m] BO
fantastic being used to scare children, especially to make them obedient cucú lele [m] PY
fantastic being used to scare children, especially to make them obedient cuculelé [m] PY
fantastic being used to scare children, especially to make them obedient cuculí [m] BO
fantastic and implausible story of public domain cuento de camino real [m] HN NI
fantastic being with the appearance of a child chaneque [m] MX:Se
fantastic character that likes to eat ash from the fireplaces in houses during the night cipe (del náhuatl) [m] HN
fantastic character that likes to eat ash from the fireplaces in houses during the night cipitillo [m] HN
fantastic character that likes to eat ash from the fireplaces in houses during the night cipitío [m] HN SV
fantastic being that, according to popular belief, appears in rivers güije [m] CU
fantastic thing heavy brother (inglés) [m] PR
fantastic character that supposedly lives in rivers and lagoons encanto [m] DO VE
fantastic and malevolent being who frightens lone travellers calchona (tradición popular) [f] CL
fill the head with fantastic ideas quimerizar [v]
a fantastic, formidable creature vestiglo [m]
any fantastic idea without foundation sueño [m]
Idioms
be fantastic ser un alucine [v]
be fantastic ser de alucine [v]
trip the light fantastic mover el esqueleto [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo bárbaramente [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo cañón [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo chupi [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo de papo de mona [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo de rechupete [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo divino [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo guay [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo en grande [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo súper [v]
have a fantastic time pasarlo bomba [v]
have a fantastic time pasárselo bomba [v]
be fantastic estar ácido [v] LAM
fantastic! ¡qué nota! [interj] CO VE child
look fantastic parecer otro
Speaking
plastic goes fantastic comprar con tarjeta de crédito es genial
Colloquial
be fantastic estar jamón [v] ES
rule (be fantastic) salir [v] ES
be fantastic estar de muerte [v] ES
be fantastic ser de traca [v]
fantastic-looking de magnífica estampa [adj]
fantastic (business/event) chingón [adj] HN PA
fantastic (person or thing) chingón [adj] HN
fantastic being used to scare children and that, according to popular belief, comes from haiti misangó [m] DO rare
fantastic! ¡a la machera! [n] CO:C
Slang
fantastic! ¡qué bacán! CL
fantastic! total CL
fantastic! mortal CL
Architecture
fantastic caryatid bicha [f]
fantastic being bicha [f]
Mythology
fantastic character in the form of a beautiful woman with long, thick hair, with her feet turned around who lives at the bottom of lakes and rivers ciguapa [f] DO
fantastic serpent with two heads one on each end that enters the body through the anus while defecating in the field according to popular belief tepelcúa [f] SV
fantastic creature with the body of a snake or lizard and bat wings piguchén [m] CL:Sw
fantastic being living in the bottom of the river that causes sudden swells and whirlpools yacuruna [m] EC PE:E
fantastic creature in the form of a snake or lizard that devours everything in its path lampalagua [m/f] CL
Folklore
fantastic being used to scare children, particularly so they behave carlanco [m] AR UY
traditional fantastic bird that inhabits the cliffs of mountains, throws fire through it's nostrils and enchants who looks at it coicoy [m] VE:W
fantastic creature, half human and half flame that according to popular belief, is the result of an incestuous relationship jarjacha [m] PE
fantastic being that according to popular belief appears in rivers jigüe [m] CU:E
fantastic being used to scare children so they say inside during nap time dueño del sol [m] AR:Ne
(in popular tradition) mischievous and teasing fantastic character, short in stature, wearing a large hat and one hand made of wool the other of steel, of spanish origin duende [m] DO AR:Nw
fantastic creature with the body of a reptile and wings of bat piuchén [m] CL:Sw
short, naughty, mocking fantastic character with a big hat, a hand of wool and another of iron sombrerudo [m] AR:Nw
fantastic character that is the son of a young woman and a bear with a body covered in fur in popular andean tradition ucumari [m] AR:N
fantastic bird that lives in the cliffs of the mountains, throws fire through its nostrils and enchants those who look upon it coicoy [m] VE