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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "high" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 242 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
high supremo [adj]
high elevado [adj]
high alto [adj]
high alta [adj/f]
General
high máxima [f]
high aflautado [adj]
high cedizo [adj]
high agudo [adj]
high empinado [adj]
high encandilado [adj]
high encumbrado [adj]
high chuco [adj] MX CAM
high subido [adj]
high sumo [adj]
high crecido [adj]
high manido [adj]
high mayor [adj]
high grande [adj]
high aflautada [adj/f]
high elevada [adj/f]
high cediza [adj/f]
high aguda [adj/f]
high empinada [adj/f]
high encandilada [adj/f]
high encumbrada [adj/f]
high chuca [adj/f] MX CAM
high subida [adj/f]
high suma [adj/f]
high crecida [adj/f]
high manida [adj/f]
high mayora [adj/f]
high subida (drogas) [f]
high ciego [adj]
high volado [adj]
high arriba [adv]
high altivo [adj]
high eminente [adj]
high prócer [adj]
high profundo [adj]
high solemne [adj]
high profunda [adj/f]
high altiva [adj/f]
high acuto [adj] disused
high agudo [adj]
high acelere [m] NI CO
high alto [adv]
high nota [f] PR VE drug
high pedera [f] SV drug
high subida [f] HN
high máximo [adj]
high colocado [adj]
high drogado [adj]
high emporrado [adj]
high fuerte [adj]
high anotado [adj] NI CR VE
high ennotado [adj] NI CR VE
high friquiado [adj] HN SV NI
high friqueado [adj] SV
high fundido [adj] NI
high ido [adj] MX PR BO
high jebi (inglés heavy) [adj] SV
high jevi (inglés heavy) [adj] SV
high ladino [adj] MX
high levantado [adj] PA
high jevi [adj] SV
high endrogado [adj] SV NI CU DO VE PE CL
high enmotado [adj] SV
high loco [adj] MX HN SV NI PR
high directo [adj] SV
high enmariguanado [adj] HN SV NI CU CO
high enmarihuanado [adj] HN SV NI CU CO VE
high empatinado [adj] GT
high empepado [adj] PR CO CL
high empepado [adj] AR
high malmatado [adj] NI
high moteado [adj] HN SV NI CR PR
high motorolo [adj] MX drug
high pasteado [adj] SV
high perlo [adj] SV
high pepo [adj] SV
high sollado [adj] VE
high white (inglés) [adj] NI teen
high soviético [adj] SV
high zurumbo [adj] SV NI
high topado [adj] HN
high trabado [adj] HN CO
high volado [adj] CU EC BO CL PY AR UY
high tripeado (inglés trip) [adj] PR PE
high colocón [m]
high patín [m] HN NI drug
high quique [m] PR
high vuele [m] CU
high volón [m] CL
high pelazón de alambres [m/f] HN SV
high sumamente [adv]
high grandemente [adv]
high profundamente [adv]
high levantado [adj]
high enorme [adj]
high enhiesto [adj]
high copetudo [adj]
high altanero [adj]
high despótico [adj]
high arrogante [adj]
high jactancioso [adj]
high orgulloso [adj]
high poderoso [adj]
high vivo [adj]
high dificultoso [adj]
high arduo [adj]
high difícil [adj]
high severo [adj]
high opresivo [adj]
high tiránico [adj]
high ilustre [adj]
high noble [adj]
high ardiente [adj]
high fogoso [adj]
high borrascoso [adj]
high turbulento [adj]
high tempestuoso [adj]
high cumplido [adj]
high lleno [adj]
high caro [adj]
high picante [adj]
high corrompido [adj]
high pasado [adj]
high mal oliente [adj]
high podrido [adj]
high impetuoso [adj]
high vehemente [adj]
high indómito [adj]
high copetuda [adj/f]
high levantada [adj/f]
high enhiesta [adj/f]
high jactanciosa [adj/f]
high despótica [adj/f]
high altanera [adj/f]
high dificultosa [adj/f]
high viva [adj/f]
high poderosa [adj/f]
high orgullosa [adj/f]
high opresiva [adj/f]
high tiránica [adj/f]
high severa [adj/f]
high ardua [adj/f]
high borrascosa [adj/f]
high fogosa [adj/f]
high turbulenta [adj/f]
high llena [adj/f]
high tempestuosa [adj/f]
high cumplida [adj/f]
high pasada [adj/f]
high cara [adj/f]
high corrompida [adj/f]
high podrida [adj/f]
high impetuosa [adj/f]
high indómita [adj/f]
high de precio subido [loc/adj]
high de color subido [loc/adj]
high de color vivo [loc/adj]
high a un precio subido [loc/adv]
high a un precio alto [loc/adv]
high a voces [loc/adv]
high a gritos [loc/adv]
high en alto tono [loc/adv]
Colloquial
high loquiza [f] CO:Sw
high perseguidora [f] BO drug
high trona [f] VE
high volada [f] CL drug
high pirado [adj]
high fumado [adj]
high pingorotudo [adj]
high borracho [adj]
high gufeado [adj] PR
high japi (inglés happy) [adj] DO teen
high jalado [adj] PR CL drug
high endrogao [adj] DO drug
high engrapado [adj] NI teen
high engrifado [adj] SV drug
high ennotado [adj] NI CR VE drug
high enrumbado [adj] CO
high duro [adj] PE CL AR drug
high elevado [adj] SV NI PR teen drug
high empastado [adj] SV teen
high encandilado [adj] NI teen drug
high pacheco [adj] MX VE EC
high pendejo [adj] SV derog.
high pichicateado [adj] PY AR UY PE rare
high pepeado [adj] CO EC PE
high reventado [adj] PE CL
high trono [adj] VE
high tocado [adj] CU DO CO
high endrogamiento [m] SV drug
high embolle [m] PR drug
high empepe [m] PR drug
high encampanamiento [m] PR drug
high pirada [adj/f]
high pingorotuda [adj/f]
high borracha [adj/f]
Idioms
high subir una nota heavy [v] PR
high hasta las manos [adj] AR
high hasta las guachas [adj] PA
Slang
high subida [f]
high colocado [adj] ES
high pedo [adj]
high marihuano [adj] MX
high froado [adj] NI
high cuelgue [m]
high flipe [m]
high ciega [adj/f]
high colocada [adj/f] ES
high atontado
high borracho
high drogado
high tostado CR
Business
high cotización más alta
Engineering
high violento [adj]
high sonoro [adj]
high elevado [adj]
high alto [adj]
high empinado [adj]
high nivel de agudos [m]
high nivel de agudos
Meteorology
high área anticiclónica [f]
high área anticiclónica
Geology
high área anticiclónica [f]
high alto [adj]
high umbral [m]
high área anticiclónica
Psychology
high estado de conciencia alterada
high estado de exaltación
Technical
high superior [adj]
high alto [adj]
Mechanics
high elevado [adj]
Aeronautics
high claro [adj]
high zona de alta presión
Petrol
high alto [adj]
Energy
high elevado [adj]
high alto [adj]
Literature
high sublime [adj]
Baseball
high alto [adj]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "high" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
high school secundaria [f]
level of a high building planta [f]
high gear directa [f]
high society sociedad [f]
high school liceo [m]
high school colegio [m]
General
with high hopes ilusionadamente [adv]
high blood pressure hipertensión [f]
high price carestía [f]
high cost carestía [f]
high school education [us] secundaria [f]
high school [us] secundaria [f]
high plateau altiplanicie [f]
high jump altura [f]
high tide pleamar [f]
high school [us] preparatoria [f] MX GT NI
high-handedness prepotencia [f]
high chair trona [f]
be high estar alto [v]
be on high estar en las alturas [v]
stink to high heaven heder a perro muerto [v]
have high hopes prometérselas muy felices [v]
high-flown hinchado [adj]
high-flown campanudo [adj]
very high salado [adj]
high-spirited efervescente [adj]
high-pitched agudo [adj]
high-pressure enérgico [adj]
high-flying altanero [adj]
high mountain altimontano [adj]
high plateau altiplánico [adj]
very high altísimo [adj]
high-sounding altisonante [adj]
high-flown altísono [adj]
high-flown altisonante [adj]
high-sounding altísono [adj]
high-handed prepotente [adj]
high roast torrefacto [adj]
high-octane extra [adj]
high-pitched atiplado [adj]
high-class flamante [adj]
high school [us] instituto [m] ES
high plateau altiplano [m]
high relief altorrelieve [m]
high-ranking members mando [m]
high school bachillerato [m]
high school diploma bachillerato [m]
high school graduate [us] bachiller [m/f]
high-ranking officers mandos [m/pl]
high-flown hinchada [adj/f]
high-flown campanuda [adj/f]
very high salada [adj/f]
high-pitched aguda [adj/f]
high-pressure enérgica [adj/f]
high-flying altanera [adj/f]
high mountain altimontana [adj/f]
high plateau altiplánica [adj/f]
very high altísima [adj/f]
high-flown altísona [adj/f]
high-sounding altísona [adj/f]
high roast torrefacta [adj/f]
high-pitched atiplada [adj/f]
at a high price caro [adv]
high-octane gasoline súper (gasolina) [f]
high point culminación [f]
aim high picar alto (coloquial) [v]
high-pressure estresante [adj]
high school student bachiller [m]
on high arriba [adv]
smoke signal from high places ahumada [f]
high plain alcarría [f]
high view-point atalaya [f]
high office/position dignidad [f]
high-road carrera [f]
high-road carretera [f]
dignity of high constable condestablía [f]
high social position condición [f]
(high) temperature fiebre [f]
high white collar worn by men (18th cent.) marquesota [f]
high water plenamar [f]
high-flyer ambiciosa [f]
be almost as high (one thing) as (another) barbear [v]
carry the head too high despapar [v]
lift on high guindar [v]
rise high (the sea) entumecerse [v]
rise high empinarse [v]
raise high enarbolar [v]
reach a high position encaramar [v]
raise high encimar [v]
dress the hair high encopetar [v]
have a high opinion of oneself encumbrarse [v]
make a horse carry his head high by means of the bridle engollar [v] disused
smell high (meat) husmear [v]
be/smell high oliscar [v]
high-sounding altilocuente [adj]
high-minded arrogante [adj]
high-coloured red aborrachado [adj]
high-minded ambicioso [adj]
high-flying ambicioso [adj]
fallen from high estate alicaído [adj]
high-necked cervigudo [adj] outdated
high-sounding campanudo [adj]
high-spirited bizarro [adj]
high-minded bizarro [adj]
high-sounding bombástico [adj]
having the corners of the mouth placed very high boquihundido [adj]
high-priced caro [adj]
high-class (silk) conchal [adj]
high-minded brioso [adj]
high-spirited gallardo [adj]
high-flown (style) hinchado [adj]
high-cocked (hats) (sombrero) encandilado [adj]
high-finished esmerado [adj]
of high social standing encopetado [adj]
high-necked (horses and bulls) engatillado [adj]
high-born noble [adj]
high-seasoned picante [adj]
with high loins lomienhiesto [adj]
high-spirited osado [adj]
high-flown retumbante [adj]
high (game) manido [adj]
high-flown túmido [adj]
high-flavoured sápido [adj]
high (school) secundario [adj]
high-priced subido [adj]
high-minded altruista [adj]
high-sounding altílocuo [adj] rare
high-minded magnánimo [adj]
high-minded altivo [adj]
most high altísimo [m]
high ground alto [m]
high-flyer ambicioso [m]
high altar altar [m]
saddle with high semicircular pommel and cantle cabalhuste [m]
high land cerro [m]
student who never takes a high degree capigorrista [m]
high street coso [m] rur. rare
high constable condestable [m]
high-flown style culteranismo [m]
high ranking officer espadón [m]
high smell of meat husmo [m]
celebrant at high mass preste [m]
high station/rank procerato [m]
high sea piélago [m]
kind of dressing table with a high mirror paje [m]
high heel ponleví [m]
high-heeled shoe ponleví [m]
high-class grocery refino [m]
high constable verguero [m] rur. rare
glass whistle with high pitch suspiro [m]
high-flavored sauce sainete [m]
high promotion with omission of intervening stages salto [m]
high step in dancing voleo [m]
vestments for high mass terno [m]
student who never takes a high degree capigorrón [m]
grandees and high nobility of spain próceres [m/pl]
high-coloured red aborrachada [adj/f]
high-sounding campanuda [adj/f]
high-sounding altílocua [adj/f] rare
high-priced cara [adj/f]
of high social standing encopetada [adj/f]
high-necked (horses and bulls) engatillada [adj/f]
high-necked cerviguda [adj/f] outdated
high-flying ambiciosa [adj/f]
fallen from high estate alicaída [adj/f]
high-minded altiva [adj/f]
high-minded ambiciosa [adj/f]
with high loins lomienhiesta [adj/f]
high-finished esmerada [adj/f]
high-flavoured sápida [adj/f]
high (game) manida [adj/f]
high (school) secundaria [adj/f]
high-priced subida [adj/f]
high-spirited gallada [adj/f]
high-spirited osada [adj/f]
high-flown túmida [adj/f]
high-spirited bizarra [adj/f]
high-minded bizarra [adj/f]
high-sounding bombástica [adj/f]
having the corners of the mouth placed very high boquihundida [adj/f]
high-minded briosa [adj/f]
high-minded magnánima [adj/f]
high-flown (style) hinchada [adj/f]
high barren land alcarría [f]
high tide of a river alfaida (árabe) [f]
hold in high esteem acatar [v] disused
high-pitched acuto [adj] disused
high-pitched agudo [adj]
high-speed steel acero rápido [m]
high and extensive plot of land ajarafe (árabe) [m]
high german alto alemán [m]
to a high degree fiero [adv] BO:W,C
high-ranking encimona [adv] PR
high exaltation borrachera [f]
high water pleamar [f]
high-ranking person jerarquía [f]
high temperature calentura [f]
high seas alta mar [f]
high priestess suma sacerdotisa [f]
type of an address for certain high officials or dignitaries excelencia [f]
high school preparatoria [f]
device which forms a high-voltage spark for fuel ignition bujía [f]
the state of having a high heartbeat taquicardia [f]
high-hat bomba [f]
floor of a high building planta [f]
high profile notoriedad [f]
high plain altipampa [f] AR disused
high plain altipampa [f] PE BO
metal clip, typically of aluminum (used to slice two high tension wires together) almeja [f] PR
boys' high-school escuela secundaria de niños (no mixto) [f]
belonging to high society pertenencia a la alta sociedad [f]
high tide agua llena [f] CR:Nw
high water agua llena [f] CR:Nw
state subsidized high school which includes student housing beca [f] CU
high top hat with a narrow brim, woven from a single piece of cane boca de canasta [f] DO
a fraudulent investing scam promising high rates of return with little risk to investors bicicleta [f] AR
humid area with abundant vegetation located in high and arid areas bofedal [f] PE
humid area with abundant vegetation located in high and arid areas bofedal [f] CL:N
high-heel shoes breca [f] VE:W
high-ranking drug trafficker bichorna [f] PR
high-ranking person bichorna [f] PR
livestock farm (for high-quality products) cabaña [f] PY AR UY
very high-pitched and strident female voice campanilla [f] DO
person who inhales shoe glue in order to get high clefeadora [f] BO
woman who occupies a high rank position but without any authority cucharita [f] CU
article of clothing made of wool or some other high quality material, longer than it is wide, used by women over their shoulders as an overcoat or as part of their outfit charlina [f] CU DO disused
official identification of a high-ranking government official charola [f] MX
leather or rubber cap for high heels chapita [f] HN
hat with a very high brim champa (del náhuatl) [f] SV
state of hallucination experienced by a person high on drugs cerotera [f] SV
reddish soil due to high iron oxide content charanda [f] MX:Sw
high school prepa [f] MX GT NI
high school preparatoria [f] MX GT NI
very high fever fiebre pelúa [f] DO PR
high school escuela preparatoria [f] MX
high school escuela alta [f] US
high-quality yellow wax cera de castilla [f] HN
employee at a pawnshop that charges high interest garrotera [f] CR PA derog.
employee at a pawnshop that charges high interest garrotera [f] CU
poor quality, high proof alcohol guafarina [f] CU
high gallery of a theater or cinema gayola [f] MX
high proof alcoholic drink guarapeta [f] CU
low-quality high proof moonshine rum guarfarina [f] CU derog.
high gallery (theater) gallola [f] MX
rear section of a car on some old american models, with light supports in the form of high peaks cola de pato [f] CU
high quality yellow potato coraila [f] CL
high social class crem (francés) [f] CO:C BO
pill for getting high cuaca [f] SV drug
crowd of people waiting to buy something in high demand huaica [f] BO:W
crowd of people waiting to buy something in high demand huayca [f] BO:W
high fidelity high fidelity (inglés) [f] US HN PR BO
high school alumna institutana [f] CL
of a high or affluent social class high-life (inglés) [f] NI CU DO BO
person of high social class high (inglés) [f] CL rare
person of high social class high (inglés) [f] SV CR DO BO
high school student institutana [f] CL
high school high (inglés) [f] US PR
high gear high (inglés) [f] PR
set of five baccalaureate courses that make up the curriculum in a bilingual english-spanish high school high school (inglés) [f] HN
high society high society (inglés) [f] US HN BO CL
high life high-life (inglés) [f] NI CU DO BO
high social class jai [f] BO derog.
high social class jai [f] HN NI CO VE
high life jai laif (inglés high life) [f] BO
high social class jaijoyeti [f] PR derog.
high life jailaif (inglés high life) [f] HN BO
high life jailaif (inglés high life) [f] PE rare
person with high social class behavior or manners jailona [f] BO derog.
high quality tobacco leaf libra [f] CU
girl who recites the loa high praise of a saint on the eve of the celebration loera [f] PE:C,N rare
high beams luz alta [f] MX HN SV NI CR DO CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
high beams luz larga [f] AR
high death toll matazahui [f] MX:Nw rare
woman of high social class niña [f] CR disused
woman of high social class niña [f] HN SV NI
high plateau mesilla [f] MX
high mortality matazahui [f] MX:Nw rare
high ranking government official ministra [f] PA
insulating wrapping for high voltage cables mufa [f] CL
small coca leaf of high quality muña coca [f] BO
high plain pampa [f] PE BO:C,W CL AR UY
drink of bad quality liquor with high alcohol content patada de burro [f] NI
drink of bad quality liquor with high alcohol content patada de mula [f] HN NI
business with a high return paponia [f] AR UY
group of people of high social class pituquería [f] PE CL AR UY
person with high class tastes petitera [f] BO PY AR UY derog.
high school teacher profesora secundaria [f] GT AR UY
high proof chicha fermented corn drink reculona [f] HN
large extension of uncultivated land on the high plains puna [f] VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
high altitude deterioration puna [f] CL
high quality tobacco leaf punta [f] CU PR
high narrow ridge puntilla [f] CL
punishment for soldiers who are forced to raise their equipment and rifle above waist-high water rana [f] CO
high heel shoe puya [f] CU
high speed puyazón [f] SV
high school prepa [f] MX GT NI stud.
high school escuela preparatoria [f] MX stud.
high school preparatoria [f] MX GT NI
high school preparatoria [f] BO:S
high school student preparatoriana [f] MX
high proof moonshine reculona [f] HN
high tide repunta [f] HN NI
high altitude jungle rupa rupa [f] PE:E
low quality high proof rum warfarina (de warfarin®) [f] CU
high life misky vida [f] BO:C
high life vida capulina [f] MX
high life viditay [f] BO:C
dry land in the andes with high iron and clay content tierra firme [f] PE
dry land in the andes with high iron and clay content tierra flaca [f] PE
small glue bottle used to get high untada [f] HN drug
high-heel shoe with a low-cut by the instep zapatilla [f] MX DO
rise high empinarse [v]
reach a high post encaramarse [v]
hold in high regard estimar [v]
fall from a high place descachimbar [v] NI
fall from a high place desmarimbar [v] NI
watch from a high vantage point atalayar [v]
make high alabar [v]
make high elogiar [v]
make high loar [v]
get high drogarse [v]
high five chocar los cinco [v]
slap high five chocar los cinco [v]
throw at high velocity dar velocidad [v]
hit the ball far and high bombear [v]
be in high spirits estar exultante [v]
be high ir alto [v]
aim high picar alto [v] ES
cook over high heat cocinar a fuego fuerte [v]
cook on high heat cocinar a fuego alto [v]
stink (to high heaven) oler a rayos [v]
cook over high heat cocinar a fuego alto [v]
stink (to high heaven) oler mal [v]
stink (to high heaven) apestar [v]
be sky-high estar por las nubes [v]
have friends in high places tener santos en la corte [v]
have high blood pressure tener la tensión alta [v]
sell high vender caro [v]
make high bombear [v]
have a high respect estimar en mucho [v]
hold in high esteem estimar en mucho [v]
hold in high esteem for someone estimar a alguien en mucho [v]
have a high opinion estimar en mucho [v]
have a high regard estimar en mucho [v]
get high grades traer buenas notas [v]
get high marks traer buenas notas [v]
climb on high encucurucharse [v] CAM
facilitate access a high ranking position alfombrar [v] BO
cause mechanical damage to cars (low pressure of high altitude areas) apunar [v] AR
have mechanical problems in a car due to the low pressure of high altitude areas apuñarse [v] AR
get high on drugs arrebatarse [v] PR
take on the appearance and manners of someone of high society apitucarse [v] CL UY
have a high ranking dar pomada [v]
buy cheap sell high comprar barato y vender caro [v]
act high and mighty agrandarse [v] HN SV NI CO BO PY AR
act high and mighty engallarse [v] HN SV NI CO BO PY AR
high on drugs acelerarse [v] MX GT HN SV NI PR VE AR
high from alcohol acelerarse [v] MX GT HN SV NI PR VE AR
adopt behaviors of those of high socio-economic standing acajetillarse [v] AR
be kicked out of high school ser expulsado del instituto [v]
be of high descent ser de descendencia noble [v]
be on a natural high sentirse eufórico [v]
be on the high side estar un poco caro [v]
be on the high side ser elevado [v]
be kicked out of high school ser expulsado del liceo [v]
be on the high side ser de pronóstico optimista [v]
be on the high side parecer optimista [v]
be on the high side estar tirando a caro [v]
be on the high side parecer sobreestimado [v]
fall over from a high place desguindarse [v] HN SV NI DO
get excessively high on drugs desbundarse [v] UY teen
clean the ceiling and high parts of the walls in a room desoliñar [v] PA
inhale hallucinogens in order to get high clefear [v] BO
inhale shoe gluein order to get high clefear [v] BO
come down from a high place desguindarse [v] HN SV NI DO
move at a high rate of speed (person/animal/vehicle) desmandarse [v] PR
get high on weed chumacearse [v] HN teen drug
get high by sniffing glue chemearse [v] HN drug
to get high by huffing glue chemearse [v] HN drug
get high (especially on weed) chorretearse [v] NI
use high-sounding words in a text florear [v] CU
lend money in the short term with a high interest and take a valuable object as collateral garrotear [v] CU
get high on marijuana grifarse [v] CR rare
get high on marijuana grifearse [v] HN
get high by mixing several different drugs or alcohol and drugs cruzarse [v] MX GT HN SV NI drug
be at all-time high llegar a lo máximo [v]
be at all-time high alcanzar el punto culminante [v]
cause a strange feeling in someone's teeth and gums due to eating something bitter, hearing high-pitched noises, or touching certain items destemplar [v] CR PA CO VE EC PE BO CL
put up high enganchar [v] PR
move at high speed mandarse [v] CU
get high enmariguanarse [v] HN SV NI CU
get high enmarihuanarse [v] MX HN SV NI CU rare
get someone high enmarihuanar [v] MX CU rare
get high ennotarse [v] NI VE
get high doparse [v] MX GT BO
get high doparse [v] CL
wear high heels entaconarse [v] CU DO CO
hang up high enganchar [v] PR
have a strange feeling in one's teeth and gums due to eating something bitter, hearing high-pitched noises, or touching certain items destemplar [v] MX GT HN CR PA CO EC PE BO CL
go at a high rate of speed embobinar [v] PR
go at a high rate of speed embollar [v] PR
climb high encajar [v] CR rur.
climb up high encajarse [v] CR rur.
get high ñafearse [v] NI
get high paniquiar [v] CR CO drug
get high on pills pepearse [v] EC PE teen
get high prenderse [v] HN
look high and low for sabanear [v] DO VE
return to the high water mark repuntar [v] MX HN NI DO VE PY AR UY
leave someone high and dry secar [v] AR UY
make noise when walking in high heels taquear [v] AR
get high tizarse [v] SV
get high tostarse [v] SV PR
get high trabar [v] CO EC
walk in high heels taquear [v] AR
be high volar [v] PE BO
get high tripearse (inglés trip) [v] HN PR
get high triquearse [v] EC
high-speed ultrarrápido [adj]
high-sounding retumbante [adj]
high-power extrapotente [adj]
high speed ultrarrápido [adj]
high-pitched aflautado [adj]
old high german alemán antiguo [adj]
high-fashion supermoda [adj]
high-scoring goleador [adj]
high-class de nivel alto [adj]
high-class lujoso [adj]
high-class exclusivo [adj]
high-handed arrogante [adj]
related to high levels of activity memorable [adj]
related to shore between high and low tide mark intermareal [adj]
high-class de categoría [adj]
high-handed despótico [adj]
high-handed arbitrario [adj]
high-powered de gran potencia [adj]
high-powered prestigioso [adj]
high-powered de altos vuelos [adj]
high-ranking de alta graduación [adj]
related to aguardiente or any other type of drink (which gets you drunk quickly because of its high alcohol content) agarrador [adj] SV CO EC AR
high (from drug use) alucinado [adj] MX HN NI
high (drugs) alivianado [adj] HN NI
high on drugs arrebatado [adj] PR VE
high on drugs arrebatao [adj] CU DO PR VE
very high on drugs arrematado [adj] PR
high and mighty agrandado [adj] CO PE PY AR UY BO CL
(soil or stone) containing a high degree of acidity or salts agrio [adj] HN rur.
with high alcohol content (beverage) bravo [adj] HN
high-class blanquito [adj] DO PR
high (on drugs) ennotado [adj] NI CR VE
of high society blanquito [adj] DO PR
high (on drugs) anotado [adj] NI CR VE
of very high quality caché (francés) [adj] MX GT NI DO BO
with a high socio-economic standing and arrogant acajetillado [adj] AR
favorite of someone of high rank abonado [adj] PY
high on drugs clavado [adj] SV
who inhales shoe glue to get high clefero [adj] BO
moving at high speed (someone/something) deschilampado [adj] CR rare
acting at high speed (someone/something) deschilampado [adj] CR rare
with high alcohol content (drink) curador [adj] CL
of high quality (thing) crema [adj] CU PR
of high quality (thing) chévere [adj] CU PR
who has a high fever esmolido [adj] PR
high-pitched (voice) fingido [adj] BO
high-quality estrunge [adj] AR
high from smoking marijuana (person) flipeado [adj] HN
high on drugs espaceado [adj] PR
passed a class or grade with high qualifications and who didn't have to take the final exam eximido [adj] VE
high on drugs espaciado [adj] PR
native of eastern bolivia, generally light-skinned with a high social and economic level carai [adj] BO:Ne,E derog.
native of eastern bolivia, generally light-skinned with a high social and economic level carayana [adj] BO:Ne,E derog.
of high social class gafufo [adj] PE
with a high pitched voice galilloso [adj] VE:E
with a high pitch voice galilludo [adj] VE:E
high on marijuana grifo [adj] MX GT HN SV NI CR EC
all time high histórico [adj]
all time high sin precedentes [adj]
all time high máximo absoluto [adj]
of high quality (thing) crema [adj] CU PR
high on several different drugs or a mixture of drugs and alcohol (person) cruzado (inglés) [adj] MX GT SV
that walks with his head raised high (horse) colmenero [adj] CU rare rur.
anti-high-culture en contra de la alta cultura [adj]
high-fidelity high fidelity (inglés) [adj] PR
place inhabited by wealthy people or people of high social class high (inglés) [adj] SV CR BO CL
high on drugs or alcohol happy (inglés) [adj] US MX SV NI PA DO EC CL teen
high quality (fighter cock) isabelino [adj] PR
having a high thread count hilachento [adj] MX HN CU BO CL AR
having a high thread count hilachiento [adj] GT CL AR
having a high thread count hilachudo [adj] HN NI CO VE BO CL
having a high thread count hilachudo [adj] PE UY rare
of high social class high live (inglés) [adj] BO
with high social class behavior or manners jai [adj] DO BO derog.
with high social class behavior or manners jaila [adj] BO derog.
high-tone jaitón (inglés high tone) [adj] PR derog.
high-tone jaitón (inglés high tone) [adj] PR derog.
of high society jaitón (inglés high tone) [adj] PR derog.
with high mileage kilometreado [adj] CR
high-class levudo [adj] SV
pertaining to high school liceísta [adj] CO
totally high koleado [adj] BO