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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "lot" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 84 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
lot mucho [adv]
lot partida [f]
General
lot gusanera [f]
lot mano [f]
lot hatajo [m]
lot hato [m]
lot solar [m]
lot envío [m]
lot lote [m]
lot sino [m]
lot destino [m]
lot porción [f]
lot parte [f]
lot partición [f]
lot suerte [f]
lot altero [m] MX
lot alto [m] PE CL AR UY
lot porrada [f]
lot parcela [f]
lot caterva [f]
lot runflada  [f] PA
lot runfla [f] MX GT NI CR PY
lot percha [f] GT HN
lot pipa [f] HN
lot ruma [f] AR disused
lot ruma [f] HN PA VE EC PE CL
lot rumazón [f] VE
lot rumba [f] DO:N
lot runfla [f] MX GT NI CR PY derog.
lot montón [m]
lot plato [m]
lot lot [m]
lot sinfín [m]
lot fracatán [m] PR DO
lot fracatón [m] PR
lot restal [m] SV
lot restasal [m] SV
lot resto [m] MX GT HN SV
lot fortuna [f]
lot estrella [f]
lot partija [f]
lot destinar [v]
lot distribuir [v]
lot dividir [v]
lot hado [m]
Colloquial
lot gran cantidad [f]
Business
lot partida [f]
lot tanda [f]
lot parcela [f]
lot terreno [m]
lot predio [m]
lot solar [m]
lot lote [m]
lot grupo [m]
Law
lot remesa [f]
lot tanda [f]
lot terreno [m]
lot grupo [m]
lot suerte [m]
lot solar [m]
lot gran cantidad
Engineering
lot cantidad [f]
lot cuota [f]
lot partida [f]
lot lote [m]
Geology
lot parcela [f]
lot partida [f]
lot tramo [m]
Construction
lot lote [m]
lot lote (ensayos) [m]
Technical
lot repartir [v]
lot dividir en lotes [v]
lot asignar [v]
lot lotear [v]
lot lote [m]
Petrol
lot parcela [f]
lot partida [f]
lot bulto [m]
lot lote [m]
lot solar [m]
Mineralogy
lot atajo [m]
lot estudio [m]
lot predio [m]
lot sorteo [m]

Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "lot" im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch : 2 Ergebniss(e)

Spanisch Englisch
General
lot [m] lot
lot lot [bible]

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

Englisch Spanisch
Common
a lot mucho [adj]
vacant lot descampado [m]
General
quite a lot bastante [adv]
a lot muchísimo [adv]
a lot mucho [adv]
talk (a lot) parlar [v]
talk a lot bachillerear [v]
quite a lot of bastante [adj]
a lot of muchísimo [adj]
a lot of mucho [adj]
parking lot [us] parking [m]
a lot of muchísima [adj/f]
a lot of mucha [adj/f]
fall to one's lot caer [v]
limit/lot of land alhoz [m] disused
valentine drawn by lot on new year's eve año [m]
lot of land pago [m]
a lot algo [adv] disused
small lot of goods ancheta [f]
divide a lot into street blocks amanzanar [v] BO AR UY
walking a lot andadero [adj]
dividing a lot into street blocks amanzanamiento [m] BO AR UY
quite a lot bastante [pron]
a lot mucho [pron]
a hell of a lot muchísimo [adv]
a hell of a lot mucho [adv]
a lot un montón [adv]
a lot mogollón [adv]
a lot en demasía [adv]
a lot demasiado [adv]
a lot better mucho mejor [adv]
a lot bastante [adv]
a lot better muchísimo mejor [adv]
a lot more bastante más [adv]
a lot fewer muchísimo menos [adv]
a lot fewer mucho menos [adv]
a lot more mucho más [adv]
with a lot of work con gran esfuerzo [adv]
a lot cantidades [adv]
a hell of a lot muchisísimo [adv]
a lot harto [adv] formal
a lot frecuentemente [adv]
a lot caleta [adv] CL
a lot burda [adv] VE
a lot fiero [adv] BO:W,C
a lot full (inglés) [adv] EC teen
a lot full (inglés) [adv] CO VE PE
along with a lot con mucho más [adv]
a lot cojonal [adv] CU
and a lot more y mucho más [adv]
a lot harto [adv] MX GT HN NI DO CO PE BO CL
a lot duro [adv] HN NI
a lot duro [adv] HN NI
land lot parcela [f]
land lot finca [f]
a bad lot mala gente [f]
a bad lot mala persona [f]
a lot of people una multitud [f]
a lot barbaridad [f]
a lot multitud [f]
someone who sleeps a lot dormilona [f]
numbered sheet with chapters to study in an exam (drawn by lot) balota [f] PE
woman who spends a lot of time on the balcony to observe the street balconera [f] BO rare
variety of sweet potato with a lot of spots batata cangrejera [f] PR
a lot of money bicoca [f] NI
a lot of money bicoca [f] HN derog.
a lot of something burdajá [f] CU
a lot of something burdajada [f] CU DO
a basketball player that scores a lot of baskets canastera [f] EC PE
party where a lot of chilate is drunk chilatada [f] HN
party where a lot of chilate is drunk chilateada [f] HN SV
person with a piercing voice who talks a lot chirimía [f] GT
undergrowth in a vacant lot carpa [f] NI
undergrowth in a vacant lot carpa [f] HN rur.
a lot carrandanga [f] CO:N
a lot carranganada [f] HN NI rare
a lot carrada [f] AR UY
a lot catajarra [f] VE
a lot catajarria [f] VE
a lot catervada [f] CL
a lot catizumba [f] CR disused rur.
a lot catichumbada [f] SV
a lot catizumbada [f] GT HN SV NI
a lot catorcera [f] VE
a lot cantarada [f] SV
paid parking lot guardería [f] AR:Nw
person who eats a lot comelona [f] CU DO PR PE BO CL
anal itching experienced after eating a lot of sweets gusanera [f] BO
owner of a livestock lot haciendada [f] VE:W rur.
person who talks a lot and uses vulgar and offensive words jetona [f] HN SV NI derog.
a lot mamasada [f] SV
vacant lot pampa [f] SV
parking lot playa [f] CU PE BO PY UY
parking lot piquera [f] CU
woman with a lot of life experience ranqueada [f] CU
person with a lot of livestock vacuda [f] SV AR:Nw
whole lot tanatada [f] HN SV
whole lot tanateada [f] SV
whole lot tanganada [f] SV
take up a lot of room abultar [v]
make a lot of noise escandalizar [v]
score a lot of goals against golear [v]
lose a lot of blood desangrarse [v]
think a lot of something/someone tener en mucha estima algo/a alguien [v]
leave a lot to be desired dejar bastante que desear [v]
leave a lot to be desired dejar mucho que desear [v]
cost a lot salir caro [v]
put up with a lot aguantar mucho [v]
endure a lot aguantar mucho [v]
have a lot of fun pasárselo bomba [v]
have a lot of fun pasárselo pipa [v]
have a lot of fun divertirse mucho [v]
announce with a lot of hype anunciar a bombo y platillo [v]
have a lot of guts tener agallas [v]
have a lot to say tener mucho que decir [v]
have a lot of experience tener muchas tablas [v]
have a lot of nerve tener mucho morro [v]
have a lot of nerve tener morro [v]
have a lot of talent tener mucho talento [v]
have a lot to lose tener mucho que perder [v]
have a lot of nerve tener mucho rostro [v]
have a lot of problems tener muchos problemas [v]
have a lot of nerve tener narices [v]
have a lot to do tener mucho que hacer [v]
cost a lot costar caro [v]
know a lot hablar griego [v]
know a lot saber latín [v]
be under a lot of pressure estar bajo mucha presión [v]
rain a lot llover mucho [v]
borrow a lot apergollar [v] CU
suffer a lot sufrir lo indecible [v]
apologize a lot deshacerse en excusas [v]
talk a lot tabear [v] AR
hurt a lot (emotionally) chivearse [v]
soak a lot resobar [v]
eat a lot jambarse [v] CAM
eat a lot of food achonarse [v] SV
grow with a lot of foliage, but with little height and few fruits (plants) achamparse [v] PE:S AR:N
shrink a lot (someone) acuchuyarse (del maya) [v] SV
burden a person with a lot of work acogollar [v] MX CU DO US rare
give a lot cargar la mano (con) [v]
receive a lot of money bañarse [v] DO
make a lot of money ganar mucho dinero [v]
divide a lot into blocks for building amanzanar [v] BO AR UY
work a lot amolarse [v] HN BO
cry a lot bramar [v] GT HN NI
shout loudly and a lot bramar [v] HN SV NI
worry a lot apensionarse [v] PE disused
borrow a lot apergollarse [v] CU
eat or drink with a lot of desire and eagerness brincar [v] BO
work a lot but earn very little money in exchange burrear [v] SV
walk a lot camellar [v] MX HN SV NI DO
earn a lot ganar mucho (dinero) [v]
earn a lot of money ganar mucho dinero [v]
be under a lot of stress estar sometido a mucha presión [v]
draw lots designation by lot echar a suertes [v]
draw lots designation by lot sortear algo [v]
do a lot of makeup ponerse mucho maquillaje [v]
drink a lot beber mucho [v]
do a lot of volunteer work hacer mucho trabajo voluntario [v]
do a lot of makeup aplicarse mucho maquillaje [v]
do a lot of volunteer work trabajar mucho como voluntario [v]
be under a lot of stress tener mucho estrés [v]
study a lot clavar [v] CO
talk a lot and very poorly of someone/something descoser [v] GT HN
laugh a lot despampanillarse [v] PR
cry a lot and for a long time desgarnatarse [v] PR
sway ones hips a lot descaderarse [v] DO VE
yell a lot and for a long time desgarnatarse [v] PR
work a lot chancletear [v] CU
speak a lot trying to convince one's conversational partner chamullar [v] PE CL AR
drink a lot of chicha chichar [v] AR:Nw rare
bother and annoy a lot estallar [v] GT
lose their good physical condition and custom for work after having spent a lot of time without activity (horse) enzacatarse [v] CR
walk a lot and quickly escapear [v] PR
sit with one's legs spread apart or taking up a lot of room explayarse [v] SV VE
study a lot and learn it by heart garrotear [v] HN
use an object a lot furruquear [v] VE
limp from having walked a lot gafear [v] GT HN NI rur.
limp from having walked a lot gafiar [v] CR
talk a lot gorgüerear [v] SV
use a garment a lot galopar [v] AR UY
use a garment a lot galopear [v] UY
talk a lot and indiscreetly hociconear [v] MX CL
lose a lot of weight jalarse [v] DO PR
be liked a lot jalar [v] DO
use a vehicle a lot kilometrear [v] CR
owe a lot of money embrollarse [v] PR
wearing a lot of jewelry emprendarse [v] SV
like a lot encampanar [v] HN
feed a lot of mondongo soup mondonguear [v] SV
eat a lot of mondongo soup mondonguearse [v] NI
study a lot matearse [v] CL
study a lot morrear [v] HN stud.
eat a lot papear [v] CU PR VE
talk a lot about what should not be said pecorear [v] PR derog.
make a lot of money platearse [v] HN
talk a lot periquear [v] GT PA
mug someone in a vacant lot policear [v] HN delinq.
eat a lot rancharse [v] HN
drink a lot rancharse [v] HN
talk a lot regar [v] HN
talk a lot of nonsense sanatear [v] AR UY
take up a lot of space retacar [v] MX
write a lot regarse [v] HN
talk a lot vueltear [v] BO
have a lot of money tener [v] PR
lose a lot of blood vaciarse [v] MX HN
a lot of muchos [adj]
a lot of muchas , un montón de [adj]
a lot of mogollón de [adj]
a whole lot muchísimo [adj]
a lot muchísimo [adj]
happy after drinking a lot acocuyado [adj] BO
get happy after drinking a lot acocullado [adj] BO
bogged down with a lot of work argollado [adj] CU
bucking a lot (horse) armador [adj] MX GT HN rur.
person who spends a lot of time on the balcony to observe the street (woman) balconera [adj] BO rare
lot suitable for semi-detached, duplex housing bifamiliar [adj] DO VE
that walks a lot (horse) andón [adj] VE rur.
which walks a lot and quickly andulón [adj] SV
with a lot of hair on their upper lip bosúo [adj] DO
who occupies a lot of space bultero [adj] DO
who exaggerates a lot bultero [adj] DO
a lot burda [adj] VE
that clucks a lot (rooster/hen) cacaraquiento [adj] NI PE
having a lot of underbrush and weeds (plot of land) charraludo [adj] HN SV NI
that has a lot of dregs (coffee or soda) changastoso [adj] HN
who moves their hips a lot chiqueador [adj] GT
an awful lot chorromil [adj] MX SV
who complains a lot for nothing fijado [adj] MX
being a student who studies lot and memorizes garrotero [adj] HN
with battered legs from having walked a lot without horseshoes gafiado [adj] CR rur.
with battered legs from having walked a lot without horseshoes gafo [adj] GT HN SV NI CR PR rur.
spending a lot of money gastivo [adj] VE
running a lot (person or animal) correlón [adj] VE rur.
who talks a lot about nothing conversón [adj] CO:N,C,Sw VE EC CR disused
containing a lot of flour harinudo [adj] CO
talking a lot and saying what should remain unsaid hablantino [adj] AR:Nw
talking a lot and saying what should remain unsaid hablantino [adj] CL rare
tending to talk a lot or in an inopportune way hablón [adj] HN CR derog.
being someone who talks a lot and says what should remain unsaid hablantín [adj] GT SV PA CU PE AR:Nw
having a lot of life experience jugado [adj] SV NI
weeping and lamenting a lot jeremiquero [adj] PR
having a lot of accumulated experience kilometreado [adj] CR
weeping and lamenting a lot jirimiquero [adj] PR
(cat) purring a lot jirjiroso [adj] HN:C,E
with a lot of pulp masudo [adj] CU
generating a lot of money macanudo [adj] HN BO
lying down a lot empacón [adj] PE BO AR rur.
wearing a lot of jewelry emprendado [adj] SV PR
barking a lot ochador [adj] AR:Nw rur.
barking a lot ochador [adj] BO:S
with a lot of recoil pateador [adj] CL
kicking a lot pateador [adj] DO
walking a lot paticaliente [adj] PR
requiring a lot of work pelú [adj] PR
studying a lot and finishing school assignments pilón [adj] PA stud.
drinking a lot of moonshine picón [adj] GT
with a lot of money pistudo [adj] CR disused
with a lot of money pistudo [adj] GT HN NI
having earned a lot of money pisteado [adj] HN
suddenly having a lot of money pupusudo [adj] HN
laughing a lot reilón [adj] PA VE PE BO
that eat a lot of corn husks tusero [adj] SV
person who drinks a lot of strong drinks zangolotero [adj] SV
using up a lot of fuel tragón [adj] SV NI CR EC BO
using up a lot of fuel tragón [adj] UY rare
eating and drinking a lot traguilla [adj] CL
thanks a lot muchas gracias [interj]
parking lot [us] aparcamiento [m]
land lot solar [m]
a bad lot mal sujeto [m]
parking lot parqueadero [m] LAM
someone that habitually smokes a lot fumador empedernido [m]
parking lot estacionamiento [m]
parking lot aparcamiento [m]
parking lot parqueadero [m]
parking lot parqueo [m]
parking lot parking [m]
a lot puñado [m]
parking lot parque [m]
a lot disparate [m]
someone who sleeps a lot dormilón [m]
the lot todo [m]
lot/group of animals lote [m]
horse that bucks a lot armador [m] MX GT HN rur.
a person who drinks a lot without becoming drunk garrafón [m] HN
someone who eats a lot cuarto bate [m] NI CU
place where there are a lot of calabash camazal [m] VE
place where there is a lot of limestone calichero [m] HN SV
a basketball player that scores a lot of baskets canastero [m] EC PE
a lot demonial [m] MX
a lot seremil [m] CU
a lot ceremil [m] CU
a lot ceremillar [m] CU
a lot serón [m] CU
a lot ceremillar [m] CU
a lot of lightning chisperío [m] PA
a lot of lightning chisperío [m] HN rur.
person with a lot of blisters chupiento [m] PE:E
a lot of people or things chuchonal [m] PE
person with a lot of boils chupiento [m] PE:E
parking lot attendant estacionador [m] NI CL
a lot fracatán [m] PR DO
a lot fracatón [m] PR
meat and vegetable stew with a lot of ingredients centenario [m] AR:Nw
municipal impound lot canchón municipal [m] EC AR:Nw
a lot cardumen [m] CO VE CL
a lot catizumbal [m] SV HN
a lot catizumbazo [m] NI
a lot celemín [m] DO CL rur.
person who studies a subject a lot and learns it from memory garroteador [m] HN
pinch on the arm that produces a lot of pain gato [m] CU
controversial person who fights a lot, always trying to defend and justify themselves gallito [m] NI DO PY
fighter cock that cuts a lot with its spurs gallo boto [m] PR
fighter cock that cuts a lot with its spurs gallo de espuela [m] PR
fighter cock that cuts a lot with its spurs gallo espuelero [m] PR
fighter cock that cuts a lot with its spurs gallo fino de espuela [m] PR
well-breed fighter cock that fights a lot gallo inglés [m] NI PR
fighter cock that cuts a lot with its spurs gallo palero [m] PR
fighter cock that cuts a lot with its spurs gallo razao [m] PR
cattle that graze on a rented lot ganado a piso [m] DO
person who eats a lot comelón [m] CU DO PR PE BO CL
vacant lot corralón [m] PE
police impound lot corralón [m] MX AR
police impound lot corralón municipal [m] AR UY
owner of a livestock lot haciendado [m] VE:W rur.
person who talks a lot and uses vulgar and offensive words jetón [m] HN SV NI derog.
a lot mameyazo [m] SV
parking lot parqueadero (inglés parking) [m] GT CO EC BO
parking lot parqueadero (inglés parking) [m] PA rare
impound lot parqueadero (inglés parking) [m] CL
yellow and dark legged fighter cock that cuts a lot patimorado [m] PR rur.
fighter cock with blue or green legs that uses his spurs to cut a lot, like a crab patijuey [m] PR
parking lot parqueo (inglés park) [m] US GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO EC PE BO
empty lot placer [m] CU
lot prepared for building a house plantel [m] HN
parking lot attendant playero [m] PY AR
man with a lot of life experience ranqueado [m] CU
vacant lot potrero [m] BO PY AR UY
a lot serón [m] CU
parking lot attendant wachacarros [m] MX:N
vacant lot sitio [m] GT CL AR
resting lot soltadero [m] PR
resting lot soltadero [m] PR
person with a lot of livestock vacudo [m] SV AR:Nw
molting lot soltadero [m] PR
molting lot soltadero [m] PR
whole lot talego [m] SV
whole lot tanate [m] GT SV CR
whole lot tendal [m] CU
whole lot timbal [m] CU
whole lot toco [m] CU AR UY
whole lot tumbo [m] SV
whole lot tutumuste [m] HN
whole lot vagón [m] AR UY
whole lot vejigazo [m] SV
whole lot viaje [m] DO
whole lot viaje [m] VE teen
restless child who bothers a lot jiribilla [m/f] PR
restless child who bothers a lot giribilla [m/f] PR
car parked all day at a parking lot perno [m/f] CL
person who cries a lot tayota [m/f] DO
parking lot attendant viene viene [m/f] MX
a lot galones (inglés gallon) [m/pl] HN
party or celebration where a lot of money is spent patronales [f/pl] PA
by lot por lote [loc/adj]
by lot por sorteo [loc/adj]
a lot of burda de [loc/adj] VE
anticipated to attract a lot of spectators de alta convocatoria [loc/adj] NI CO EC CL
a lot en barbaridad [loc/adv] HN NI
a lot a la bambarria [loc/adv] CO
with a lot of speed como en barbas de agua [loc/adv] HN
a lot la bola [loc/adv] EC
a lot caleta de [loc/adv] CL
a lot a bocha [loc/adv] UY
a lot a bocha [loc/adv] AR:Ne
a lot a bochas [loc/adv] UY
a lot la bola [loc/adv] EC
a lot como bobo [loc/adv] CU
a lot un buen [loc/adv] MX NI
a lot como caballo [loc/adv] NI PA CU DO CL UY
a lot cualquier cantidad [loc/adv] CR CU DO VE EC PE BO PY CL AR UY
a lot una kilada [loc/adv] AR
a lot cantidades navegables [loc/nom] DO PE
a lot cualquier cantidad [loc/nom] CL
person who talks a lot and without grounds hablador de paja [loc/nom] VE derog.
vehicle straight off the lot cero kilómetros [loc/nom] CO
a lot of people malanga y el puesto de vianda [loc/nom] CU
talk a lot dar lata [loc/v]
give a lot of kisses coger la boca [loc/v]
give a lot of kisses comer boca [loc/v]
eat a lot levantar barriga [loc/v]
eat a lot tener barriga de músico [loc/v]
a lot por camionadas [loc/interj] VE
a lot of people un gran número de personas
a lot of money un montón de dinero
a lot of people mucha gente
a lot of people muchas personas
a lot of water has flowed beneath the bridge han pasado muchas cosas
a lot of water has flowed beneath the bridge ha transcurrido mucho
a lot of people una muchedumbre
parking lot playa de estacionamiento AMER
parking lot aparcamiento ES
lot [bible] lot
a lot of books tantos libros
a lot of problems muchos problemas
a whole lot taller muchísimo más alto
vacant lot terreno disponible
parking lot playa de estacionamiento
save a lot of time ahorrar mucho tiempo
tot lot (co-founder) área de recreación para niños (cofundador)
job lot colección miscelánea [f]
a lot of money gran cantidad de dinero [f]
clear a lot of money ganar mucho dinero [v]
throw in one's lot with acompañar [v]
throw in one's lot with ayudar [v]
throw in one's lot with tomar el partido de [v]
Colloquial
a tidy lot mucho [pron]
a lot ene [adv]
a tidy lot bastante [adv]
a lot fiero [adv] AR
a lot harto [adv] EC
a lot ene [adv] CL teen
hell of a lot if montonera [f]
lot of noise culebra [f]
person who kisses a lot besuqueona [f] CU VE
person who smokes a lot cachimbera [f] PE rare
person who thinks they know a lot cerebruta [f] PE
adult person who relies a lot on her mother faldera [f] BO derog.
female person who causes a lot of disorder and commotion escombrera [f] AR
a lot carretada [f] CR rare
a lot carretada [f] HN NI
a lot catizumba [f] GT HN SV NI
woman who feels a lot of sexual attraction for men hombrera [f] GT
person who reads a lot polilla [f] CU
like a lot pirrar [v] ES
be a bad lot ser un pájaro de cuenta [v]
strain one’s eyes (due to reading a lot) quebrarse los ojos [v]
have a lot of difficulties pasar muchos apuros [v]
be put up with a lot tener aguantaderas [v]
have a lot of restraint tener mucho aguante [v]
have a lot of patience tener mucho aguante [v]
have a lot of hardships pasar muchos apuros [v]
be a bad lot tener mala sombra [v]
be a bad lot tener mal café [v]
be a bad lot tener mala leche [v]
drink an awful lot beber como una esponja [v]
drink an awful lot beber a todo pasto [v]
drink an awful lot beber a pote [v]
drink an awful lot beber más que siete [v]
have a lot on one's mind calentarse la cabeza [v]
have a lot of money andar bien de dinero [v]
have a lot of fun bonchar [v]
get a lot of media exposure chupar cámara [v]
eat a lot comerse el manso [v]
get jealous a lot corroerse de envidia [v]
talk a lot dar boca [v]
spend a lot disparar [v] MX
put a lot of effort into poner empeño en [v]
have a lot of guts tener muchas agallas [v]
special in a lot of ways especial en muchos aspectos [v]
have a lot of cheek ser informal [v]
have a lot of cheek tener mucha cara dura [v]
be a bad lot ser chungo [v]
deserve a lot merecer mucho [v]
talk a lot without rest echar carraca [v]
have a lot of nerve tener la cara como el cemento [v]
pretend a lot tener mucho cuento [v]
have a lot of nerve tener mucha jeta [v]
have a lot of nerve tener patas [v]
demand a lot of someone batuquear [v] CU
make a lot of money bisnearse [v] SV NI
make a lot of money bisnearse [v] SV NI
laugh a lot and out of control despanzarse [v] AR
wear an article of clothing a lot cascotear [v] UY
eat a lot causear [v] CL rare
talk a lot garlar [v] CO:C
worry a lot about accomplishing something gastarse [v] PY AR UY CL
talk a lot guaguarear [v] MX
win by a lot fruncir [v] BO:W
insult or reprimand someone a lot contraputear [v] SV NI
study a lot echar humo [v] HN EC teen stud.
sleep a lot marmotear [v] PE teen
wear a lot of makeup empañetar [v] PR
work a lot moler [v] CO
walk or stroll a lot pataconear [v] AR:C,Nw
walk or stroll a lot pataconear [v] AR:C,Nw
travel a lot pataperrear [v] CL
move a lot saracutear (portugués) [v] PY
have a lot of fun sollarse [v] CO teen
carrying a lot of items in a bagpack or hand bag bagayero [adj] AR
a lot, generally an undetermined amount cuchumil [adj] DO PE
being someone who messily eats a lot garoso [adj] CO:C VE:W
a lot (quantity) cualquier [adj] CL teen
running a lot (person or animal) correlón [adj] GT HN CO PE rur.
who has a lot of interest or enthusiasm for something copado [adj] AR UY teen
talking a lot hablantín [adj] GT HN SV NI CR CU CL
saying a lot of unimportant things hablantinoso [adj] CO:N