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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "open" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 194 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
open abrir [v]
open abrirse [v]
open abierto [adj]
open aireado [adj]
open franco [adj]
open libre [adj]
General
open desplegar [v]
open desplegarse [v]
open destapar [v]
open instalar [v]
open aperturar [v] HN VE PE BO
open poner [v]
open franquear [v]
open desarrollar [v]
open desarrollarse [v]
open descorchar [v]
open montar [v]
open desliar [v]
open despegar [v]
open diáfano [adj]
open campechano [adj]
open pasadero [adj]
open exento [adj]
open transparente [adj]
open raso [adj]
open descubierto [adj]
open despejado [adj]
open abierta [adj/f]
open diáfana [adj/f]
open campechana [adj/f]
open pasadera [adj/f]
open exenta [adj/f]
open franca [adj/f]
open rasa [adj/f]
open descubierta [adj/f]
open despejada [adj/f]
open desencerrar [v]
open deshacer [v]
open desabrochar [v]
open aplacerado [adj] AMER
open abridor [adj]
open desembarazado [adj]
open claro [adj]
open directo [adj]
open descampado [adj]
open descercado [adj]
open escampado [adj]
open ingenuo [adj]
open liberal [adj]
open llano [adj]
open rasgado [adj]
open real [adj]
open manifiesto [adj]
open visible [adj]
open abridora [adj/f]
open directa [adj/f]
open ingenua [adj/f]
open rasgada [adj/f]
open clara [adj/f]
open escampada [adj/f]
open llana [adj/f]
open manifiesta [adj/f]
open aplacerada [adj/f] AMER
open descampada [adj/f]
open descercada [adj/f]
open desembarazada [adj/f]
open abrir [v]
open abertal [adj]
open abierto [adj]
open inaugurar [v]
open desembalar [v]
open dar comienzo [v]
open abrir (tienda/oficina) [v]
open no caberle [v]
open desenlatar [v] LAM
open aperturar [v] HN VE PE BO
open descorrido [adj]
open sincero [adj]
open open-minded (inglés) [adj] CL rare
open open-minded (inglés) [adj] US MX PR cult
open pelado [adj] HN
open descorrida [adj/f]
open chipe libre [loc/adv] CL
open en pelota [loc/adv] NI
open llave maestra [f] fig.
open dar principio [v]
open empezar [v]
open encentar [v]
open descubrir [v]
open explicar [v]
open revelar [v]
open abrir paso [v]
open hacer accesible [v]
open abrir camino [v]
open cortar [v]
open rajar [v]
open hender [v]
open aumentar [v]
open ensanchar [v]
open entreabrirse [v]
open dividirse [v]
open descubrirse [v]
open destaparse [v]
open asomarse [v]
open aparecer [v]
open estrenarse [v]
open comenzar [v]
open destapado [adj]
open honesto [adj]
open desplegado [adj]
open desnudo [adj]
open extendido [adj]
open honrado [adj]
open desempaquetado [adj]
open aparejado [adj]
open receptivo [adj]
open dispuesto [adj]
open listo [adj]
open pronto [adj]
open preparado [adj]
open suave [adj]
open evidente [adj]
open patente [adj]
open templado [adj]
open desplegada [adj/f]
open honrada [adj/f]
open destapada [adj/f]
open honesta [adj/f]
open desnuda [adj/f]
open extendida [adj/f]
open desempaquetada [adj/f]
open dispuesta [adj/f]
open receptiva [adj/f]
open aparejada [adj/f]
open preparada [adj/f]
open lista [adj/f]
open pronta [adj/f]
open templada [adj/f]
open sin atar [loc/adj]
open sin sellar [loc/adj]
Business
open abrir [v]
open abrir al público [v]
open pendiente [adj]
open abierto [adj]
open a puertas abiertas [adj]
open abierto al público [adj]
open público [m]
Law
open habilitar [v]
open abrir al público [v]
open abrir [v]
open a puertas abiertas [adj]
open abierto al público [adj]
Engineering
open abertura [f]
open romper [v]
open abrir [v]
open abierto [adj]
open claro [adj]
open raso [adj]
open abierto [adj]
open franco [adj]
open descubierto [adj]
open corte [m]
open no rellenado
open no entibado
open desconexión (de un circuito)
Geology
open afluir [v]
open desmarcado [adj]
open expansivo [adj]
open comunicativo [adj]
open demostrativo [adj]
open claro [m]
Medicine
open velicar [v]
Technical
open desempaquetar [v]
open desengrasar [v]
open abrir el fuego [v]
open abrir [v]
open abierto [adj]
Aeronautics
open desenvolver [v]
open cortar la corriente
Marine
open sin cubierta
Maritime
open abierto [adj]
Transportation
open abierto [adj]
open sin cubierta [adj]
Mineralogy
open vacante [adj]
open corte [m]
Photography
open abrir [v]
Sports
open open [m]
open abierto [m]
Basketball
open 5 abiertos
Literature
open paladino [adj]
open paladina [adj/f]
Baseball
open abrir [v]
Phonetics
open abrir [v]
open abierto [adj]

Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "open" im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch : 1 Ergebniss(e)

Spanisch Englisch
Sports
open [m] open

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

Englisch Spanisch
Common
break open violentar [v]
open up abrir [v]
open up abrirse [v]
open ground descampado [m]
the open raso [m]
General
in the open air al aire libre [adv]
open field campa [f]
open space campa [f]
open country campiña [f]
flat open space playa [f] CU BO PE PY UY
open out desplegar [v]
open out desplegarse [v]
be open to estar abierto a [v]
cut open abrir [v]
open the door abrir [v]
cut open sajar [v]
crack open agrietar [v]
half-open entreabrir [v]
open halfway entreabrir [v]
break open aportillar [v]
open up abrir la mano [v]
open an account abrir una cuenta [v]
open fire romper el fuego [v]
open out desarrollar [v]
break open descerrajar [v]
break open descorchar [v]
blow (open) volar [v]
in the open campero [adj]
out in the open campero [adj]
half-open entreabierto [adj]
open-minded liberal [adj]
open-handed manilargo [adj]
open-minded flexible [adj]
open-air descubierto [adj]
open-top descubierto [adj]
open-mouthed boquiabierto [adj]
open competition concurso [m]
open space descampado [m]
open-mouthed abriboca [adj/f] AR
in the open campera [adj/f]
out in the open campera [adj/f]
half-open entreabierta [adj/f]
open-handed manilarga [adj/f]
open-air descubierta [adj/f]
open-top descubierta [adj/f]
open-mouthed boquiabierta [adj/f]
crack open entreabrir [v]
open a file on fichar [v]
half-open entornado [adj]
open country despoblado [m]
dread of open spaces agorafobia [f]
open wagon with low sides batea [f]
open ground colada [f]
large open corridor crujía [f]
open-heartedness ingenuidad [f]
silk cloth with open work granadina [f]
open tramcar jardinera [f]
slap/blow with the open hand guantada [f]
open-heartedness franqueza [f]
open-heartedness liberalidad [f]
open court luna [f] rur. rare
open-air concert by a military band retreta [f] CO VE
open hackney-carriage mañuela [f]
open skirt saboyana [f]
an open sleeve used by native women ságula [f]
open gallery solana [f]
open an account adatar [v]
open the mouth of (bag) abocar [v]
open a path asenderear [v]
open furrows amelgar [v]
sprout in the open air (seeds) apuntar [v] MX
open (a letter) desellar [v]
open bales of goods desembalar [v]
open a packet desempaquetar [v]
make open-work in meta/wood/linen or paper calar [v]
cause to open the legs wide despatarrar [v]
lay open demostrar [v]
burst open desabrochar [v]
bring a bull into the arena or open field desacorralar [v]
lay open a pasture-ground desacotar [v]
lay open desarrebozar [v] fig.
open into comunicarse [v]
be broken open cascarse [v]
open the beehive to remove the honey descorchar [v]
break open a chest descorchar [v]
spread open desdoblar [v]
half-open a door entreabrir [v]
make open-work on any material entretallar [v]
open one's heart explayarse [v]
lay open exponer [v]
open the sluice of a canal escalar [v]
elbow or open a passage through a crowd hender [v]
slip and fall with legs wide open espatarrarse [v]
become open esquebrajarse [v]
split open regañar [v]
open and gut fish lañar [v] rur. rare
lay open publicar [v]
burst open quebrar [v]
begin to open resquebrar [v]
slap with the open hand palmear [v]
make or open the teeth (of combs) recurar [v]
open to salir [v]
open by force violentar [v]
open ditches/drains zanjar [v]
become open abrirse [v]
become open romperse [v]
open-winged aliabierto [adj]
wide open desparramado [adj]
belonging to the field, camp, open country campal [adj]
exposed to the weather in the open field campero [adj]
open to criticism criticable [adj]
open-hearted comunicativo [adj]
open-mouthed desbocado [adj]
cut open (fish) escalado [adj]
open-hearted ingenuo [adj]
open-handed generoso [adj]
open-hearted liberal [adj]
pit in the ground for breaking open a beehive potro [adj]
open gallery round a court-yard in a spanish house cenador [m]
open-work in metal calado [m]
someone who makes open-work calador [m]
open gallery balcón [m]
open work deshilado [m]
open country campo [m]
open-air theatre corral [m] disused
large open lamp candilón [m]
apron, covering for the legs in an open carriage capacete [m] CU
open space combés [m]
light two-wheeled carriage open in front bombé [m]
gauge for the load of an open freight-car gálibo [m]
open market gato [m] PE
door-catch (to keep it open) golpete [m]
open-work enrejado [m]
open ground reserved for new buildings ensanche [m]
slap/blow with the open hand guantazo [m]
pit in the ground for breaking open a beehive potra [adj/f]
exposed to the weather in the open field campera [adj/f]
open-hearted ingenua [adj/f]
open-winged aliabierta [adj/f]
cut open (fish) escalada [adj/f]
open-hearted comunicativa [adj/f]
open-handed generosa [adj/f]
open-mouthed desbocada [adj/f]
wide open desparramada [adj/f]
wide open land between two mountains abertura [f]
open up abrirse [v]
slide open abrir [v]
split open abrir [v]
slit open abrir [v]
become split open abrirse [v]
become slit open abrirse [v]
tear open abrir [v]
open up abrir [v]
open with a bet abrir [v]
open up to abrirse [v]
open up aclararse [v]
open to discussion abierto [adj]
easy-open abrefácil [adj]
open-winged aliabierto [adj]
easy-open lid abrefácil [m]
small open-air café aguaducho [m]
open space ambiente [m]
very open space anchurón [m]
open-mouthed person abriboca [m/f] AR
open-air al aire libre [loc/adv]
in the open al aire libre [loc/adv]
outdoors (in the open air) al fresco [adv]
in an open manner abiertamente [adv]
in an open way abiertamente [adv]
in an open and public way públicamente [adv]
open pit mining minería a cielo abierto [f]
open-heart surgery cirugía a corazón abierto [f]
open sea alta mar [f]
switch (to open doors) llave [f]
open air intemperie [f]
open air bus bañadera [f] AR disused
open air bus bañadera [f] UY rare
very long skirt chain of thick fabric and with links that look like open duck tails cadena cola de pato [f] PA
open handed slap to the face cacheteada [f] PA PE BO
series of slaps to the face with an open hand cacheteada [f] GT CO EC AR UY
series of slaps to the face with an open hand cachetiza [f] MX
an open and spacious area cancha [f] PE CL PY AR UY
open freight car chata [f] AR
open air stall for selling merchandise, food, or drink champa (del náhuatl) [f] GT HN SV NI
hot infusion (usually coffee or mate tea, prepared in a tin container and drunk in the open air) choca [f] CL
open-air circus chinaca [f] SV NI rur.
place/construction suitable for lighting a fire and barbecuing (usually open air) churrasquera [f] BO AR UY
small iron instrument used to force car doors open chuza [f] SV
pharmacy open at night, on sundays, and on holidays farmacia de turno [f] HN NI CR CU DO PR VE EC PE BO CL AR
open air market feria libre [f] PA CL
open air market feria persa [f] CL AR:O
interurban public transport bus that is completely open on the sides with seats running along the perimeter so that passengers turn their backs to the windows escalera [f] CO:W
open bar canilla libre [f] MX
open channel that conducts water from one channel to another over a bridge or in the air canoa [f] PE CL
open channel for the draining of liquids or materials in mining or industrial processes canoa [f] CL
open bar cantina pagada [f] BO
open bar cantina libre [f] MX BO
open-handed slap on the cheek garnatada [f] PR rur.
open-handed slap on the cheek garnatada [f] SV PA CO:N
open round pavilion in the middle of a park glorieta [f] MX NI CU PR
open-handed slap on the cheek gaznatada [f] GT SV NI rare
open-handed slap on the cheek gaznatada [f] PR
open vertical chasm, usually in rocky terrain furnia [f] CU DO
house or establishment open to the street, where food is prepared and sold cocinería [f] PE CL
an open ended question una pregunta abierta [f]
an open sore una herida abierta [f]
an open sore una llaga abierta [f]
open area for shearing playa [f] AR UY rur.
open space ralada [f] AR:N rur.
open wagon rejilla [f] HN:N
open-air military band concert retreta [f] PA CU DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
open-air nighttime municipal band concert retreta [f] CU DO disused
open-air nighttime municipal band concert retreta [f] GT NI CR BO
open trench zanja abierta [f] CL
open-air market with the stalls covered by awnings toldería [f] BO
open one's heart expansionarse [v]
tear open rasgar [v]
open up sincerarse [v]
make a person open his legs despatarrar [v]
crack open hendir [v]
carve open hendir [v]
open one's lips respirar [v]
open one's heart explayarse [v]
open one's heart franquearse [v]
open wide abrir de par en par [v]
open out extender [v]
open a file on expedientar [v]
open an outlet in sangrar [v]
(house) have an open view dar al exterior (una casa) [v]
(house) have an open view tener vistas (una casa) [v]
open the legs despatarrarse [v]
slice open sajar [v]
cut open acuchillar [v]
cut open hendir [v]
open with a lever apalancar [v]
leave open or ajar entreabrir [v]
strike with an open hand acachetear [v]
slide open descorrer [v]
open again reabrirse [v]
open again reabrir [v]
become open abrir [v]
pass or open extender [v]
open fire on someone abrir fuego contra alguien [v]
open one's ears aguzar el oído [v]
open one's eyes aguzar la vista [v]
open something wide abrir algo completamente [v]
prise something open abrir algo haciendo palanca [v]
push something open abrir algo empujándolo [v]
ease something open abrir algo con cuidado [v]
flip something open abrir algo de golpe [v]
snap something open abrir algo de golpe [v]
wedge something open dejar algo abierto con una cuña [v]
wrench something open abrir algo de un tirón [v]
keep an open mind tener una actitud abierta [v]
keep one's eyes open for estar atento a [v]
be open to prestarse a [v]
be open to someone estar disponible para alguien [v]
be open to (ideas) estar abierto a [v]
bring something out into the open sacar a luz algo [v]
leave open dejar abierto [v]
open the curtain descorrer la cortina [v]
open the blinds abrir las persianas [v]
open the curtain correr la cortina [v]
open the season iniciar la temporada [v]
open fire empezar a disparar [v]
open fire abrir fuego [v]
be open to suggestions estar abierto a sugerencias [v]
open the way for abrir el camino para [v]
open one's heart abrir el corazón [v]
open the trial abrir el juicio [v]
open fire on abrir fuego a [v]
open one's mouth abrir la boca [v]
open doors for abrir la puerta para [v]
open doors to abrir la puerta para [v]
open doors to abrir las puertas para [v]
open doors for abrir las puertas para [v]
open the session abrir la sesión [v]
open the meeting abrir la sesión [v]
open the curtains abrir las cortinas [v]
open one's eyes abrir los ojos [v]
open the way to abrir paso a [v]
open one's heart abrir su corazón [v]
open an investigation abrir una investigación [v]
open an investigation iniciar una investigación [v]
open one's eyes abrirle los ojos [v]
open up to someone abrirse a alguien [v]
open oneself to abrirse a [v]
open outward abrirse hacia fuera [v]
keep one's eyes open estar pendiente [v]
keep one's eyes open estar alerta [v]
be open-minded tener una mentalidad abierta [v]
have an open mind tener una mentalidad abierta [v]
open an account dar de alta una cuenta [v]
open fire disparar [v]
be open to the public estar abierto al público [v]
open a subscription abrir una suscripción [v]
open brackets abrir paréntesis [v]
open brackets abrir el paréntesis [v]
open downward abrir a la baja [v]
cracked your head open abrirse la cabeza [v]
open one's mouth completely abrir desmesuradamente la boca [v]
to open one's eyes to something abrir los ojos a algo [v]
open parentheses abrir paréntesis [v]
open parentheses abrir el paréntesis [v]
open one's ears pajarear [v] MX
be open 24 hours estar abierto las 24 horas [v]
split a person's head open descalabrar a una persona [v]
open up to something espontanearse con algo [v]
leave the passage open dejar el paso libre [v]
leave the door open dejar la puerta abierta [v]
hit with an open hand chipotear [v] CAM
strike with an open hand chipotear [v] CAM
open one’s heart franquearse [v]
open legs wide despernancarse [v] CO MX NI DO VE
eat noisily with mouth open chasquiar [v] CO VE
open (frond of palm tree) rayar [v]
bring out into the open sacar a la luz [v]
bring into the open descubrir [v]
bring into the open traer al descubierto [v]
open a path asenderar [v] DO
remove plants/shrubs from an open path in a forest or jungle barbear [v] AR:Ne
open a person's mouth against their will (forcing them to take medicine) barbear [v] HN PA VE
can't open one's eyes no poder abrir los ojos [v]
deposit eggs in the open wound of an animal (fly) abichar [v] AR UY rur.
be overcome with a parasitic infection in open wounds all over the body abichar [v] AR UY rur.
be left half open dejar abierto a medias [v]
be left open quedarse abierto [v]
be open to interpretation poderse interpretar de varias formas [v]
be open-mouthed with amazement quedarse asombrado [v]
be open to any suggestions estar abierto a cualquier sugerencia [v]
be open to cooperation estar dispuesto a cooperar [v]
be open for suggestions estar abierto a sugerencias [v]
be open to criticism estar abierto a las críticas [v]
be open to interpretation estar abierto a interpretación [v]
be open to dispute estar dispuesto a entrar en un debate [v]
be open to the opinions estar abierto a opiniones [v]
be open to new ideas estar abierto a nuevas ideas [v]
be open to objection estar abierto a objeciones [v]
be open to suggestion estar abierto a sugerencias [v]
be open to treachery ser susceptible de traición [v]
be open-mouthed with amazement quedarse con la boca abierta [v]
drop open abrirse [v]
be left open dejar abierto [v]
open doors wide despampanillar [v] PR rur.
break open a doll to remove the insides despanzar [v] BO
treat an animal with a parasite infection in an open wound desabichar [v] AR UY rur.
open one's legs wide despatarrangarse [v] SV
open a container for the first time desencetar [v] DO disused
open a container for the first time desencetar [v] PR rur.
open up despampanillarse [v] PR
open windows wide despampanillar [v] PR rur.
forcefully open a lock (door/window) deschapar [v] MX EC PE BO AR
open a field on someone (police) foquear [v] SV
force open a lock in an emergency falsear [v] EC
stand up with one's legs open estacarse [v] PR
rest comfortably with one's legs open (person) escarrancharse [v] VE
open a container for the first time desencetar [v] DO rare
open a container for the first time desencetar [v] PR rur.
open a container for the first time esencetar [v] PR
leave a door or window half open entrejuntar [v] CU VE
leave a door, window, or drawer half open entrajustar [v] CO
split one's head open esgolillarse [v] PR
open one's legs espatillarse [v] PA PR
open up in a flower shape due to the temperature, pressure, or an infection florearse [v] MX PA
open one's legs excessively, especially when sitting espernancarse [v] DO CO VE
open wide espernancarse [v] VE
open a hole in a tank or vessel espichar [v] PR
be left with one's mouth open deslembarse [v] PR
be left with one's mouth open eslembarse [v] PR
sleep on the open ground carapampear [v] BO
slap someone on the cheek with an open hand gaznatear [v] GT
split open jenderse [v] PR
open one's mouth out of distraction jetear [v] NI
open a liquor bottle despescuezar [v] SV
crack one's head open destetunarse [v] PR
crack one's head open destinterarse [v] PR
crack one's head open destortillarse [v] PR
open someone's mouth destrompar [v] SV
open something destrompar [v] SV
crack one's head open estortillarse [v] PR
open an animal's mouth destrompar [v] SV
walk with feet facing open patojear [v] SV
be open to gossip pendenciar [v] DO
open and close quickly pispilear [v] HN cult
split open quebrajearse [v] CL AR
spread out to fill an open space regarse [v] MX NI CU DO VE
open up semblantear [v] HN rur.
open-ended abierto [adj]
open-ended indefinido [adj]
open-top descapotado [adj]
with big or very open eyes ojón [adj]
open to dialogue dialogante [adj]
open-air al aire libre [adj]
open-minded abierto de mente [adj]
open-minded abierto [adj]
wide open de par en par [adj]
open-minded sin prejuicios [adj]
open-plan de plan abierto [adj]
open-plan sin tabiques [adj]
wide open abierto de par en par [adj]
wide open completamente abierto [adj]
with open wounds caused by an external parasite (animals) abichado [adj] AR UY rur.
with open wounds caused by an external parasite (animals) abichado [adj] BO:E rur.
fond of open-air life and camping equipment campinero [adj] AR:C
who has one's legs spread open/apart despaturrado [adj] CU CO BO
open (collar/clothing) desgolletado [adj] DO
who always has their mouth open when looking at something deslembado [adj] PR
open at both end (individual tubes of a rustic flute or shepard's pipe) falso [adj] BO
resting comfortably with their legs open escarranchado [adj] VE
half open (door or window) entrejunta [adj] CU
have open entreajustado [adj] CO
in a deep sleep, face up, with arms and legs open espencado [adj] PR
wide open espernancado [adj] VE
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun grásil [adj] PR
open-handed disparador [adj] MX
walking with feet facing open pateta [adj] HN
walking with feet facing open patojo [adj] GT:E HN
wide-open pelado [adj] MX HN NI
easily split open quebrajizo [adj] AR
open sesame ábrete sésamo [interj]
open seam descosido [m]
open code código abierto [m]
open secret secreto a voces [m]
open source software software de fuente abierta [m]
open source software software de código abierto [m]
device which is used to open bottles abrebotellas [m]
device which is used to open bottles destapador [m]
device which is used to open tin cans abrelatas [m]
open-end fund fondo mutuo abierto [m]
open sea piélago [m]
open horse range potrero [m]
the open sea piélago [m]
hard blow made with an open hand (especially across the face) arepazo [m] CR VE
hard blow made with an open hand (especially across the face) arepazo [m] CO:C,Nw
creeping grass that forms bumps on the ground and whose flowers are pink and lilac, and open only in full sun bellalasonce [m] CO
(handball game) strong hit with the palm of the hand and with the fingers half open to send the ball against the pediment cajchazo [m] BO
straw hat with an open weave like randa or lace calado [m] EC
open handed slap to the face cachetazo [m] GT CR PR CO EC BO CL PY AR UY
series of slaps to the face with an open hand cacheteo [m] HN SV NI PA CO AR UY CL
open air space where a council/assembly meets cabildo [m] MX BO
open town meeting cabildo abierto [m] HN SV NI CR PA EC BO
open town meeting cabildo abierto [m] UY disused
open handed slap to the face cachuchazo [m] CL cult
open handed slap to the face cachuchazo [m] VE
head toward the open ocean aboque [m] CU
little open field covered with grass campichuelo [m] AR
a person who is fond of open-air life and camping equipment campamentero [m] AR UY
a person who is fond of open-air life and camping equipment campinero [m] AR:C
blow given to someone with an open hand charchazo [m] CL
open face burger with ham, hard-boiled egg, pickled vegetables, lettuce, and tomato chivito canadiense [m] UY
place/construction suitable for lighting a fire and barbecuing (usually open air) churrasquero [m] BO AR UY
open-weave, loose-fitting t-shirt chompón [m] PE
wooden wedge to prop open a rooster's beak fórceps [m] PR
slap to the face with an open hand fla [m] NI BO
open round pavilion in the middle of a park gazebo [m] DO PR AR
open market gato [m] PE rur.
open air market gato [m] PE rur.
open-handed slap on the cheek gaznatazo [m] PR
open-handed slap on the cheek gaznatón [m] HN PA CU PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glácil [m] PR rur.
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glacis [m] PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glasé [m] PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glasí [m] PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glásir [m] PR
an open message un mensaje abierto [m]
open schedule horario abierto [m] CU
open area in a forest limpio [m] CR EC disused rur.
fetish used in witchcraft with the image of a black person walking that helps open paths eleguá [m] PR
open aluminum tube that is put in a brazier to revive the embers maricón [m] CL rare
open space within a forest desplayado [m] AR UY rare
open bar open bar [m] HN NI
open house open house (inglés) [m] EC rare
open house open house (inglés) [m] US MX HN PA PR
large open plot of land pampón [m] PE
open for business pennant pendón [m] PE:S BO
open space where used automotive scraps are sold in general rastro [m] PA
open-air stable potrero [m] HN NI
open land in the back of the houses used as an orchard, for breeding animals, and recreational activities solar [m] MX:Se HN CR CO VE BO
open-air market tiangue [m] HN:C,E,S SV NI
open air market stall ventorrillo [m] CO:W VE disused
someone with big open eyes ojón [m/f]
a person who is fond of open-air life and camping equipment campamentista [m/f] AR UY
thief who uses a master key to open locks estuchante [m/f] PE
ore calcined in open air heaps tases [f/pl]
open-field horse race carreras cuadreras [f/pl] PY AR UY
wide open abierta de par en par [adj/f]
wide open completamente abierta [adj/f]
open-access line on (inglés) [loc/adj] HN
open bar canilla libre [loc/nom] PY AR
open air al aire libre
open-width a lo ancho
open-ended sin restricciones
open-minded de amplias miras
open-minded comprensivo
open secret secreto a voces
open house jornada de puertas abiertas
open-pit mine mina a tajo abierto
open sea alta mar
open sea mar ancha
open book libro abierto