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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "rustic" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 137 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
rustic rústico [adj]
General
rustic campirana [f] MX US NI
rustic pueblerina [f]
rustic villana [f]
rustic guanaca [f]
rustic camperuso [adj] VE
rustic selvático [adj]
rustic serrano [adj]
rustic silvestre [adj]
rustic aldeano [adj]
rustic charro [adj]
rustic pueblerino [adj]
rustic vallunco [adj] AMER
rustic villanesco [adj]
rustic villano [adj]
rustic montuno [adj]
rustic campirano [m] MX US NI
rustic patán [m]
rustic charro [m]
rustic pueblerino [m]
rustic villano [m]
rustic guanaco [m]
rustic rústica [adj/f]
rustic camperusa [adj/f] VE
rustic selvática [adj/f]
rustic serrana [adj/f]
rustic aldeana [adj/f]
rustic charra [adj/f]
rustic pueblerina [adj/f]
rustic vallunca [adj/f] AMER
rustic villanesca [adj/f]
rustic villana [adj/f]
rustic montuna [adj/f]
rustic puebleña [f] CO BO
rustic jibara [f] AMER
rustic labradora [f]
rustic rústica [f]
rustic gaucha [f] CL PY AR UY
rustic baturra [f] fig.
rustic apatanado [adj]
rustic aldeaniego [adj]
rustic agrario [adj]
rustic agreste [adj]
rustic avillanado [adj]
rustic campesino [adj]
rustic cortezudo [adj] fig.
rustic jíbaro [adj] AMER
rustic guajiro [adj] CU
rustic guaso [adj] CL
rustic labradoresco [adj]
rustic palurdo [adj]
rustic pardal [adj]
rustic pastoral [adj]
rustic rural [adj]
rustic rustical [adj]
rustic tocho [adj]
rustic campestre [adj]
rustic puebleño [adj] CO BO
rustic bacallar [m] rare
rustic bato [m]
rustic baturro [m] fig.
rustic gañán [m]
rustic gaucho [m] CL PY AR UY
rustic jibaro [m] AMER
rustic labrador [m]
rustic labriego [m]
rustic puebleño [m] CO BO
rustic mogrollo [m] rare
rustic morral [m]
rustic rústico [m]
rustic campesina [adj/f]
rustic agraria [adj/f]
rustic jíbara [adj/f] AMER
rustic labradoresca [adj/f]
rustic aldeaniega [adj/f]
rustic apatanada [adj/f]
rustic cortezuda [adj/f] fig.
rustic avillanada [adj/f]
rustic tocha [adj/f]
rustic palurda [adj/f]
rustic guajira [adj/f] CU
rustic guasa [adj/f] CL
rustic puebleña [adj/f] CO BO
rustic inculto [adj]
rustic sencillo [adj]
rustic paleto [m]
rustic guajiro [m] CU
rustic sencilla [adj/f]
rustic inculta [adj/f]
rustic sin artificio [loc/adj]
rustic cateto [adj]
rustic jíbaro [adj]
rustic bucólico [adj]
rustic abarcudo [adj] CO
rustic barbaján [adj] MX
rustic bayunco [adj] GT HN
rustic campisto [adj] HN VE
rustic campirano [adj] MX HN SV NI EC:W
rustic chúcaro [adj] NI derog.
rustic güiyo [adj] SV
rustic koyguá [adj] PY
rustic leperusco [adj] MX
rustic coyguá [adj] BO
rustic jíbaro [adj] PR VE PE
rustic yico [adj] DO disused
rustic payo [m]
rustic zampatortas [m/f]
rustic bayunca [adj/f] GT HN
rustic campista [adj/f] HN VE
rustic campirana [adj/f] MX HN SV NI EC:W
Colloquial
rustic guanacada [f]
rustic villanchón [adj]
rustic amontunado [adj] MX:Se
rustic amontunado [adj] HN PA
rustic caitudo [adj] HN NI
rustic sombrerudo [adj] MX HN
rustic montuno [adj] MX
rustic huanaco [adj] PE CL
rustic manudo [adj] GT
rustic concho [m]
rustic zambombo [m]
rustic villanchona [adj/f]
rustic sombreruda [adj/f] MX HN
rustic caituda [adj/f] HN NI
rustic montuna [adj/f] MX
Slang
rustic chuncho [adj] BO PE
rustic enmaniguado [adj] PR derog.
rustic encaitado [adj] HN derog.
rustic maizudo [adj] HN derog.
rustic chuncha [adj/f] BO PE
Engineering
rustic grosero [adj]
rustic bravío [m]
rustic jíbaro [m] PE PR DO
Construction
rustic payo [adj]
Aeronautics
rustic zafio [adj]
rustic aldeano [m]
Nautical
rustic cafre [adj]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "rustic" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 170 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
General
rustic dwelling barraca [f] rur. rare
rustic act baturrada [f]
kind of rustic dress saltaembarca [f]
rustic seat tajuela [f]
rustic flute zampoña [f]
poem in popular style on a rustic subject serranilla [f]
seller of albogues (rustic flute) alboguera [f]
player of albogues (rustic flute) alboguera [f]
maker of albogues (rustic flute) alboguera [f]
rustic game abejón [m]
maker of albogues (rustic flute) alboguero [m]
player of albogues (rustic flute) alboguero [m]
seller of albogues (rustic flute) alboguero [m]
ancient rustic dance candamo [m]
rustic musical instrument used by negroes carramplón [m] CO
kind of rustic drum furruco [m] VE
rustic shanty quilombo [m] VE
rustic dance paloteado [m]
rustic seat tajuelo [m]
rustic umbrella used by peddlers achigua [f] PE disused
rustic sandal cotiza  [f] CO VE
rustic watercraft made of balsa wood balsa [f] PA
rustic person barbajana [f] MX
rustic indigenous loom aguanga [f] CO
rustic bed with canvas and wooden frame cama de viento [f] VE CO:N disused
rustic musical instrument of cedar wood with four strings bocona [f] PA
a rustic house built with bahareque walls and a roof made from grass or palm leaves casa de bajareque [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR rare
a rectangular blanket, about 1m long, generally of rustic and heavy wool, placed directly over the back of the mount bajera [f] UY AR rur.
rustic house chacra (del quechua) [f] HN
rustic door made of a wire cimbra [f] PY rur.
rustic door made of a wire cimbra [f] AR:N,E UY
rustic house casa rústica [f]
rustic person chacarera [f] PE
rustic farm on the outskirts of a town chacarilla [f] PE disused
artisan rustic bus used in rural colombia chiva [f] PA CO
rustic dwelling casa de estacón [f] HN
rustic hat with short top and brim guaripa [f] MX
rustic roof made of guano or royal palm fiber cobija [f] CU DO rare rur.
rustic sandal with a leather sole and canvas or cloth top cotiza [f] CO:C,Ne,E VE
strong rustic cloth of linen or hemp cotonía [f] VE
rustic farm created by the division of another larger farm hijuela [f] EC CL AR
set of supports propping up the roof of a rustic construction horconadura [f] CU DO VE
rustic stove hornalla [f] VE rur.
rustic clay fireplace kuncha [f] BO:W
rustic person, ignorant, but cunning jíbara [f] PR
rustic clay stove kuncha [f] BO:W
rustic broom pichana [f] PE BO:C,Sw AR
rustic construction made of a roof with no walls ramada [f] CO
colonial rustic chapel made with perishable material ramada [f] PE:Nw disused
rustic inn located in rural areas used by muleteers and ranchers ranchería [f] VE
rustic gate made with two poles distanced from each other, with horizontal sticks to opens or close passage tronquera [f] AR:Ne rur.
rustic leather and wood chair silleta [f] BO:E,W
rustic umbrella yurajllantu [f] BO
rustic restaurant taguara [f] VE
rustic gate talanquera [f] MX GT CU DO CO VE rur.
rustic farm gate tranquera [f] NI CR PA CO:W VE EC PE BO:E CL PY AR UY rur.
rustic bed tarima [f] PE rur.
become rustic, indelicate and uncouth aguarengarse [v] CL AR
take on the customs or social uses characteristic of a guaso or a rustic person aguasarse [v] EC PE CL AR
become rustic amontunarse [v] MX:Se
become rustic amontunarse [v] HN VE
become rustic ahuasarse [v] CL
lay a roof on a rustic house cobijar [v] CU DO PR
layer walls or ceilings of a rustic house with clay tortear [v] PE AR:Nw
related to bottomland or rustic country veguero [adj]
with rustic manners or lacking formal instruction chagra (del quechua) [adj] EC derog.
uncultured and with rustic manners chaso [adj] EC:S derog.
open at both end (individual tubes of a rustic flute or shepard's pipe) falso [adj] BO
who manages a rustic farm entregado [adj] PR
made with thin bamboo canes arranged contiguously and tied together (rustic construction) cañizo [adj] VE EC
rustic (person) coyguá [adj] BO
rustic (person) koyguá [adj] PY
having rustic manners and little culture (rural inhabitant) concho [adj] HN CR
of rustic manners todoterreno [adj] CR EC PY
rustic or peasant of aragón baturro [m]
uneducated rustic farmer sabanero [m] VE
uncultured rustic farmer sabanero [m] VE
rustic cigar rolled from a single tobacco leaf veguero [m] VE
draft animal on a rustic farm arrenquín [m] CU rur.
rustic person barbaján [m] MX
wide, rustic shoe bodrogo [m] PR rur.
set of rustic woolen products, such as blankets or mattresses batán [m] CO:C rare rur.
store where rustic wool products are sold batán [m] CO:C rare rur.
rustic concrete wall finish bolseado [m] BO AR
rustic concrete wall finish bolseado [m] AR
wide, rustic shoe bodrogo [m] PR rur.
simple and rustic saddle (without luxury/adornments) apero cantor [m] AR UY disused
rustic canoe made from a hollowed out tree trunk cachiveo [m] AR disused
rustic canoe made from a hollowed out tree trunk cachiveo [m] PY disused
a rectangular blanket, about 1m long, generally of rustic and heavy wool, placed directly over the back of the mount bajera [m] VE
uncultured man with rustic manners chaso [m] EC:S derog.
crude or rustic cloth used for making sacks or to lay out on the ground chamarro [m] MX SV
rustic person chacarero [m] PE
rustic rug chuce [m] AR:Nw
rustic rug chuse [m] AR:Nw
rustic rug chusi [m] AR:Nw
sugar cane fence that is a structural part of a rustic dwelling chinamitle [m] MX
rustic carpet chuse [m] AR:Nw
rustic carpet chusi [m] AR:Nw
rustic carpet chuce [m] AR:Nw
rustic door made of the same material as the gate falsete [m] MX:Nw rur.
rustic gate with two vertical posts separated a certain distance from one another falso [m] DO rur.
rustic stove, built with cement or clay on a table fogón [m] GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO VE EC BO rur.
rustic stove made of fired clay fogón [m] GT HN NI DO
land surrounding a rustic property, in addition to the buildings and plantations casco [m] CL rare
large, fenced-in, rustic plot of land canchón [m] PE
rustic dwelling made with low-quality materials guarango [m] DO
rustic construction with walls and a provisional roof used as a living area or storage unit corralón [m] NI VE
rustic wood burning stove cocinero [m] NI
sack or receptacle made of rustic cloth or plastic coleto [m] CR rur.
blow given with a rustic sandal cotizazo [m] VE:W
hat with a rustic crown and narrow brim güichol [m] MX
rustic person, ignorant, but cunning ciprián [m] PR
rustic squash spoon jumate [m] MX:Nw rur.
rustic fence built with sticks and branches kincha [m] BO
rustic person, ignorant, but cunning jíbaro [m] PR
rustic furniture or rack for hanging bowls made with half of the jicaro fruit jicarero [m] NI rur.
rustic bullfighting in which one or several people try to remove a package attached to the bull's body that usually contains a quantity of money jocheo de torros [m] BO:N,E
rustic bullfighting in which one or several people try to remove a package attached to the bull's body that usually contains a quantity of money jochi de toros [m] BO:N,E
rustic stool dujo [m] PR
shelf for storing crockery in rustic homes locero [m] DO
rustic sugar cane mill with two rotating logs to squeeze the canes matagente [m] CO:C,Sw rare
rustic roof to protect from sun or rains during agricultural work pasel [m] MX:Se rur.
rustic property too small for cultivation parvifundio [m] MX
rustic tool made of bone to dekernel corn cobs piscador [m] MX rur.
rustic fence door made of barbed wire quitaipón [m] CO rur.
rustic wool poncho poncho pullo [m] AR:Nw
rustic wool poncho poncho puyo [m] AR:Nw
rustic dwelling putuco [m] PE:Se BO:W
rustic locale roofed with branches and wooden frames, which works as a restaurant or cafeteria ranchón [m] CU
rustic bridge zarzo [m] PA
rustic bag made with palm leaves zoyatanate [m] MX rur.
rustic roulette wheel tororrabón [m] NI
rustic stone and clay oven tatacuá [m] PY AR:Ne rur.
rustic person chunchu [m/f] PE BO
person with rustic manners lari [m/f] BO:W,E
provisional or rustic dwelling ruca (mapuche) [m/f] CL
related to bottomland or rustic country veguera [adj/f]
rustic (person) de afuera [loc/adj] HN
who lives in a rural area and adopts a rustic way of life de a caballo [loc/adj] CL
rustic person persona rústica
Idioms
cannot hide one's rustic origins tener el pelo de la dehesa [v]
betray one’s rustic origins tener el pelo de la dehesa [v]
betray one’s rustic origins tener el pelaje de la dehesa [v]
cannot hide one's rustic origins tener el pelaje de la dehesa [v]
have rustic manners venir bajando de la montaña [v] HN
have rustic behavior venir bajando de la montaña [v] HN
Colloquial
village in the andean highlands, with rustic homes and a stable population estancia [f] BO
rustic leather sandal oshota [f] EC rare
rustic broom pichanga [f] CO:Sw rur.
rustic moonshine factory built in a secluded place near a water source saca [f] NI CR
make someone or something become rustic aguarangar [v] AR UY
become rustic, indelicate and uncouth aguarangarse [v] AR UY
rustic and rude farmer guajiro macho [m] CU
rustic and rude farmer guajiro ñongo [m] CU
rustic person grébano [m/f]
rustic male shoes with thick and ribbed sole making them look large pisamojones [m/pl] PA derog.
Electricity
three-legged rustic tajo [m]
Engineering
rustic work labra tosca
rustic joint junta rehundida
Biology
rustic bunting escribano rústico
Marine Biology
rustic limpet lapa punteada
Psychology
rustic person ganso [m]
Construction
rustic/washed finish acabado rústico o lavado
Zoology
rustic bunting escribano rústico
Reptiles
sugar cane fence that is a structural part of a rustic dwelling chinámil [m] MX
Music
rustic melody pastorela [f]
ten-string rustic musical instrument used to accompany four-line stanzas guitarrila [f] BO
Botany
stems of this plant that are intertwined to form a frame that serves as the basis for the walls of rustic houses jalacate [m] SV
Folklore
four-line verses of eight syllables that are improvised by rustic poets and require a response in verse décima [f] EC