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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "sheep" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 28 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
sheep carnero [m]
General
sheep oveja [f]
sheep borrega [f]
sheep ovino [adj]
sheep ovino [m]
sheep borrego [m]
sheep ovina [adj/f]
sheep pécora [f]
sheep bidente [m] outdated
sheep baladora [f] BO
sheep luisa [f] BO:W rur.
sheep ovejería [f] AR:Nw
sheep ovejería [f] CL rare
sheep ternerada [f] CR EC AR UY
sheep ovejo [m] CO VE
sheep terneraje [m] BO:E AR UY disused
sheep pusilánime [m/f]
sheep papanatas [m/f]
sheep simplona [f]
sheep badana [m] fig.
sheep simplón [m]
sheep fieles [m/pl]
sheep feligreses [m/pl] fig.
Engineering
sheep ovinos [m/pl]
Technical
sheep mouton [m]
Agriculture
sheep ovejuno [adj]
sheep ovejuna [adj/f]
sheep ganado lanar

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "sheep" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 293 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
young she-sheep borra [f]
the female sheep oveja [f]
sheep shearer esquilador [m]
General
merino (sheep) merina [f]
merino (sheep) merino [m]
sheep pen redil [m]
liver disease of sheep amarilla [f]
large flock of ewes or breeding sheep cabaña [f]
dressed sheep-skin badana [f]
ankle bone of a sheep/bullock chita [f]
dung of sheep, goats, hares and mice cagarruta [f]
building for sheltering sheep cija [f]
disease in sheep basquilla [f]
sheep-louse caparra [f]
epizootic disease among sheep comalia [f]
flock of sheep carnerada [f]
tax/duty on sheep borra [f]
large flock of sheep/lambs borregada [f]
inflammation of liver in sheep cuchareta [f]
sheep-tick garrapata [f]
sheep-hook gayata [f] rur. rare
sheep shearing esquila [f]
head of sheep pécora [f]
sheep-cot mapalia [f]
sheep-fold mapalia [f]
place where sheep are marked with pitch peguera [f]
mark on cattle/sheep pegunta [f]
stripped skin of a sheep pelada [f]
drove of sheep rehala [f]
body of cattle-or sheep-owners mesta [f]
female sheep oveja [f]
sheep-cote majada [f]
sheep-fold majada [f]
corral for sheep paradina [f]
trotter (sheep/pig) mano [f]
sheep-dung sirria [f]
epizootic disease among sheep comalición [f]
sheep-shearer esquiladora [f]
be in the fold (sheep/goats) amajadar [v]
enclose sheep in a field in order to fertilize it amajadar [v]
gather the sheep in the fold apriscar [v]
go under the shade (applied to sheep) acarrarse [v]
shut up cattle/sheep in pens acorralar [v]
fold sheep arredilar [v]
go astray from a fold (of sheep) desgaritarse [v]
tend a flock of sheep or a drove of cattle carear [v]
infect sheep with the scab carroñar [v]
take shelter (sheep) cubilar [v]
pen sheep to be shorn embachar [v]
mate sheep at certain seasons estacionarse [v] AR
shear sheep trasquilar [v]
said of horses having the head shaped like sheep acarnerado [adj]
two years old (sheep) andosco [adj]
used by sheep/cattle (road) cabañal [adj]
woolly-faced (sheep) calamorra [adj]
relating to sheep with coarse wool churro [adj]
pregnant (sheep) cargado [adj]
belonging to sheep carneruno [adj]
sheep-like carneruno [adj]
hornless ox/sheep cuatezón [adj] MX
hating a shepherd's jacket of undressed sheep-skin enzamarrado [adj]
woolly (sheep) lanar [adj]
relating to sheep with thick, curled hair merino [adj]
applied to a kind of sheep with thick and heavy wool liguano [adj] CL
sheep nursery ahijadero [m]
breeding place for sheep ahijadero [m]
shepherd in charge of a sheep nursery ahijador [m]
sheep-fold apero [m]
sheep-fold aprisco [m]
sheep-tick arañuelo [m]
narrow passage where sheep are counted contadero [m]
sheep/goat dung chirle [m]
sweating place (for sheep before shearing) bache [m]
sheep between one and two years cancín [m]
tax/duty on sheep carneraje [m] outdated
penalty for the trespass of sheep carnereamiento [m] outdated
duty on sheep borro [m]
sheep-fold cubilar [m]
sheep-fold brosquil [m] rur. rare
sheep-cote brosquil [m] rur. rare
distemper among sheep gusano [m]
itch/mange in sheep escabro [m]
flock of sheep hato [m]
sheep-hook gancho [m]
sheep-shearer esquilador [m]
labourer who ties the feet of sheep for shearing them legador [m]
shepherd of merino sheep merino [m]
sheep-cot ovil [m]
siberian sheep moñón [m]
belly of a pig or sheep stuffed with mincemeat mondejo [m]
plait/braid of tripes of sheep revoltijo [m]
land used for a sheep-fold majadal [m]
flock of sheep rebaño [m]
compound of charcoal and vinegar for curing sheep morenillo [m]
fat of the nape of a sheep morrillo [m]
male sheep morueco [m]
knuckle-bone of a sheep taquín [m]
shepherd of barren sheep vaciero [m]
wool of one sheep vellón [m]
sheep-shearing place trasquiladero [m]
plait/braid of tripes of sheep revoltillo [m]
ankle bone of a sheep/bullock astrágalo [m]
a race of sheep with black faces caranegra [m/f] AR UY
heads of sheep or bullocks without the tongues or brains cascos [m/pl]
sheep-shearer tijeras [f/pl]
baa (the cry of sheep) be [onomat]
said of horses having the head shaped like sheep acarnerada [adj/f]
pregnant (sheep) cargada [adj/f]
sheep-like carneruna [adj/f]
belonging to sheep carneruna [adj/f]
hating a shepherd's jacket of undressed sheep-skin enzamarrada [adj/f]
applied to a kind of sheep with thick and heavy wool liguana [adj/f] CL
two years old (sheep) andosca [adj/f]
relating to sheep with thick, curled hair merina [adj/f]
hornless ox/sheep cuatezona [adj/f] MX
relating to sheep with coarse wool churra [adj/f]
large number of sheep or cattle cabaña [f]
flock of sheep majada [f]
(in folk tradition) an evil being, similar to a sheep or hairy goat, which frighten solo walkers calchona [f] CL:C,S AR
cattle, sheep, or rat excrement hucha [f] PE:S
herd of sheep ovejería [f] AR:Nw
herd of sheep ovejería [f] CL rare
sheep-pen ovejera [f] BO
sheep-pen ovejería [f] CL
sheep ranch ovejería [f] CL
sheep breeding ovejería [f] CL AR
gather sheep into a sheepfold apriscar [v]
contract comalia (epizootic disease among sheep) amurriñarse [v] HN NI rur.
sheep-like aborregado [adj]
pertaining to sheep borreguil [adj]
having a dark-colored face, its meat is used for human consumption (sheep) caramora [adj] UY rur.
having a dark-colored face, its meat is used for human consumption (sheep) caranegra [adj] AR UY rur.
male sheep carnero [m]
male sheep ariete [m]
young sheep cordero [m]
the sound of a sheep balido [m]
farm hand who catches the sheep to hand them over to the shearer agarrador [m] AR UY
a multicolored woolen cloth made from sheep wool, worn as a jacket, bag, clothing or ornament aguayo [m] BO
ailment due to comalia (epizootic disease among sheep) amurrón [m] HN derog.
bag made of llama alpaca or sheep wool used to carry medicinal herbs capacho [m] BO
virulent, contagious disease, frequent and deadly in sheep, cattle, goats and sometimes horses carbón [m] CO
small pouch made of sheep skin where coca leaves are carried hualqui [m] PE
child that leads a herd of sheep pasteador [m] BO:W rur.
llama or sheep wool poncho pullo [m] AR:Nw
llama or sheep wool poncho puyo [m] AR:Nw
worker during sheep shearing time zafral [m] UY
black sheep rompeesquemas [m/f] CL
black sheep rompesquemas [m/f] CL
in the same way used to shear sheeps: with the sheep sitting and with its head under the arm of the shearer a la australiana [loc/adv] AR rur.
dry sheep dung fuel leña de oveja [loc/nom] AR UY rur.
female sheep oveja madre
black sheep oveja negra
shear sheep esquilar ovejas
shear sheep trasquilar ovejas
sheep master ganadero [m]
sheep-dip desinfectante para ganado [m]
sheep-dog perro de pastor [m]
sheep-cote redil [m]
sheep-shearing esquileo [m]
sheep-dip baño desinfectante para ganado
shepherd in charge of newborn sheep and their mothers ahljadora [f]
sheep shearing pad albardilla [f] rare
sheep-like aborregado [adj]
field for raising sheep ahijadero [m] ES local
shepherd in charge of newborn sheep and their mothers ahljador [m]
Colloquial
sticky hardened wool that is formed by the dirt on the back and lower body of the sheep colila [f] BO
count sheep pescar [v] CU teen
the black sheep of the family la oveja negra de la familia
black sheep oveja negra
black sheep oveja descarriada
black sheep garbanzo negro
black sheep bala perdida
Phrases
better to be hung for a wolf than a sheep si te vas a ahogar, más vale hacerlo en el mar
better to be hung for a wolf than a sheep más vale que el delito valga el castigo
i might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb si me van a castigar que sea por algo gordo, de perdidos al río
i might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb preso por mil, preso por mil quinientos
one sheep follows another ¿dónde va vicente? donde va la gente
Idioms
white sheep mosca blanca [f] AR UY
at popular celebrations, quartering of a sheep or goat by four people tirada de cuartos [f] BO:S rur.
separate the sheep from the goats separar el grano de la paja [v]
separate the sheep from the goats apartar las ovejas de los cabritos [v]
separate the sheep from the goats separar las ovejas de los cabritos [v]
count sheep contar corderitos [v]
separate the sheep from the goats separar la paja del grano [v]
separate the sheep from the goats apartar el grano de la paja [v]
be the black sheep of the family ser el garbanzo negro de la familia [v]
be the black sheep of the family ser la oveja negra de la familia [v]
be the black sheep in the family ser la oveja negra de la familia [v]
be the black sheep of the family ser el garbanzo negro [v]
go like sheep to the slaughter ir como borrego al matadero [v]
separate the sheep from the goats separar los competentes de los incompetentes [v]
separate the sheep from the goats separar los experimentados de los novicios [v]
tell the sheep from the goats separar las ovejas de las cabras [v]
separate the sheep from the goats separar las ovejas de las cabras [v]
be a lost sheep ser una oveja descarriada [v]
separate the sheep from the goats hacer una criba [v]
sort out the sheep from the goats separar los buenos de los malos [v]
sort the sheep from the goats separar los buenos de los malos [v]
black sheep pollo peletas [m] CO:C,W
black sheep punto negro [m] CL
black sheep caso de escopeta [loc/nom] UY
black sheep cenicienta
black sheep of the family oveja negra de la familia
black sheep oveja negra
black sheep la desgracia de la sociedad
i might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb qué le hace una mancha más al tigre
i might as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb qué le hace una raya más al tigre
i might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb de perdidos, al río
i might as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb para hacer treinta, hacemos cuarenta
i might as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb para hacerla, la hacemos bien
as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb preso por mil, preso por mil quinientos
as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb de perdidos, al río
like sheep to the slaughter como oveja al matadero
black sheep garbanzo negro
the black sheep la oveja negra
the lost sheep la oveja descarriada
Speaking
you are sheep among wolves eres una oveja entre lobos
Proverbs
every time the sheep bleats, it loses a mouthful oveja que bala, bocado pierde
from white sheep black lambs are born de ovejas blancas
a bleating sheep loses a bite oveja que bala, bocado que pierde
a bleating sheep loses a bite en el juego y en la mesa, el hablar pesa
a sheep is crazy if it confesses to the wolf loca es la oveja que al lobo se confiesa
Industry
sheep raising explotación de ovinos
Economy
seasonal sheep migration trashumancia [f]
Law
sheep flock rebaño [m]
Engineering
sheep husbandry cria de ovejas
sheep flock rebaño de ovejas
sheep-dog perro pastor
sheep diseases enfermedades de las ovejas
nairobi sheep disease enfermedad de los ovinos de nairobi
wild sheep camero salvaje
Biology
sheep liver fluke alicuya [f] PE
sheep liver fluke saguaipé [m] PY AR UY
sheep liver fluke pirigüín [m] CL
sheep liver fluke pirgüín [m] CL
sheep liver fluke pirhuín [m] CL
Molecular Biology
young sheep borrego [m]
General Medicine
barbary sheep arruí [m]
domestic sheep mouton [m]
Medicine
sheep cell test prueba de los hematíes de carnero
sheep cell agglutination test prueba de aglutinación de células de carnero (scat)
Psychology
black-sheep effect efecto de la oveja negra
Veterinary
disease of sheep zangarriana [f]
instrument for removing the tails of sheep ablator [m]
Construction
sheep s leap salto de camero [m]
Automotive
coarse-wooled sheep churro [m]
Aeronautics
sheep house redil [m]
Agriculture
sheep raising crianza ovina
sheep raising crianza de ovejas
sheep shearing esquila en ovejas
sheep raising cría ovina
sheep dip baño garrapaticida
Animal Husbandry
sheep house majada [f]
herd of sheep majada [f] PE BO AR UY rur.
flock of sheep majada [f] PE BO AR UY rur.
sheep liver fluke mariposa del hígado [f] CO:C EC
sheep house aprisco [m]
sheep and lambs oveja/borrego y corderos [m]
flock of sheep carneraje [m] CL rur.
flock of sheep carneraje [m] MX AR UY
Stockbreeding
sheep breeding cría de ganado lanar
sheep breeding cría de ovejas
Gastronomy
dish prepared with cooked pork, goat, or sheep blood, seasoned with potatoes, onion, garlic, cumin, ground pepper, lard, oregano, and parsley náparo [m] EC
Botanic
sheep fescue festuca ovina
Zoology
an hybrid animal product of the cross of a sheep with a goat musmón [m]
a species of sheep native to north america named for its large horns (ovis canadensis) borrego cimarrón [m] MX
a species of sheep native to north america named for its large horns (ovis canadensis) tajé [m] MX
mountain sheep borrego cimarrón [m] MX
mountain sheep tajé [m] MX
bighorn sheep borrego cimarrón [m] MX
bighorn sheep tajé [m] MX
anatolian sheep-dog perro pastor de anatolia [m]
anatolian sheep-dog pasto de anatolia [m]
mountain sheep oveja de montaña
Mammals
bighorn sheep carnero salvaje
mountain sheep carnero salvaje
wild sheep muflón argal
cyprian wild sheep muflón de chipre
bighorn sheep borrego cimarrón
bighorn sheep carnero del canadá
mountain sheep borrego cimarrón
mountain sheep carnero del canadá
red sheep muflón de chipre
Environment
band (of sheep) punta [f]
band (of sheep) majada [f]
sheep dip baño garrapesticida
sheep dip decocción insecticida
sheep dip baño antisárnico
Entomology
sheep liver fluke pirgüín [m] CL
sheep liver fluke pirhuín [m] CL
Dairy
milch sheep oveja de leche
milk sheep oveja de leche
Folklore
ritual sacrifice, generally of a sheep or llama, offered by the mallkus aymara leaders for fertility wilancha [m] PE