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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "slow" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 278 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
slow lento [adj]
General
slow deprimir [v]
slow roncero [adj]
slow calmoso [adj]
slow acompasado [adj]
slow huevón [adj]
slow pando [adj]
slow alcanzado [adj]
slow paulatino [adj]
slow pausado [adj]
slow cholludo [adj] CAM
slow pesado [adj]
slow tardo [adj]
slow espacioso [adj]
slow conchudo [adj] CAM MX
slow porrón [adj]
slow lerdo [adj]
slow premioso [adj]
slow torpe [adj]
slow corroncho [adj] VE
slow atrasado [adj]
slow flemudo [adj]
slow vaquetón [adj]
slow redomón [adj]
slow remiso [adj]
slow moroso [adj]
slow mostrenco [adj]
slow movido [adj]
slow guanaco [adj]
slow desmañado [adj]
slow despacioso [adj]
slow retrasado [adj]
slow retrasada [adj/f]
slow roncera [adj/f]
slow calmosa [adj/f]
slow acompasada [adj/f]
slow huevona [adj/f]
slow panda [adj/f]
slow alcanzada [adj/f]
slow paulatina [adj/f]
slow pausada [adj/f]
slow cholluda [adj/f] CAM
slow pesada [adj/f]
slow tarda [adj/f]
slow espaciosa [adj/f]
slow conchuda [adj/f] CAM MX
slow lenta [adj/f]
slow porrona [adj/f]
slow lerda [adj/f]
slow premiosa [adj/f]
slow corroncha [adj/f] VE
slow atrasada [adj/f]
slow flemuda [adj/f]
slow vaquetona [adj/f]
slow redomona [adj/f]
slow remisa [adj/f]
slow morosa [adj/f]
slow mostrenca [adj/f]
slow movida [adj/f]
slow guanaca [adj/f]
slow desmañada [adj/f]
slow despaciosa [adj/f]
slow despacio [adv]
slow cachazudo [adj]
slow harón [adj]
slow inerte [adj]
slow flemático [adj]
slow estantío [adj]
slow grueso [adj] fig.
slow estúpido [adj]
slow parado [adj]
slow tardío [adj]
slow zorrero [adj]
slow cachazuda [adj/f]
slow zorrera [adj/f]
slow estantía [adj/f]
slow estúpida [adj/f]
slow flemática [adj/f]
slow tardía [adj/f]
slow gruesa [adj/f] fig.
slow parada [adj/f]
slow harona [adj/f]
slow alargar [v]
slow ralentizarse [v]
slow lentificarse [v]
slow lentificar [v]
slow frenar [v]
slow enlentecer [v]
slow ir más despacio [v]
slow aminorar [v]
slow ralentizar [v]
slow aflojar el paso [v]
slow brequear [v] LAM
slow pánfilo [adj]
slow (sin inteligencia) corto (de alcances) [adj]
slow cacreco [adj] HN NI CR PA CO
slow añeplado [adj] DO
slow apapayado [adj] CL
slow amemao [adj] DO
slow boludo [adj] UY
slow blindado [adj] SV
slow bombo [adj] CU
slow demoroso [adj] EC BO CL
slow lele [adj] SV
slow jaibo [adj] CR
slow jilote [adj] HN
slow jilotón [adj] HN
slow jolote [adj] HN
slow jolotón [adj] HN rur.
slow jorjón [adj] HN:C
slow lambestaca [adj] PR
slow lentejo [adj] MX HN SV NI derog.
slow leso [adj] CL
slow letongo [adj] NI
slow mandre [adj] NI
slow dormido [adj] GT NI PA DO CO
slow embrecado [adj] GT
slow dunduneco [adj] HN
slow enquimbado [adj] CO
slow aguacatón [adj] NI GT HN
slow ajolotado [adj] HN SV
slow lumbo [adj] HN NI
slow patastón [adj] HN NI
slow tuntuneco [adj] HN NI
slow lolo [adj] SV
slow lumbo [adj] HN NI
slow mae [adj] CR
slow magallanes [adj] UY rare
slow majano [adj] SV
slow maje [adj] MX GT HN SV NI CR
slow mamón [adj] HN
slow mamposta [adj] DO
slow mangungo [adj] HN:N,C
slow norteado [adj] PA
slow orejón [adj] HN CR
slow oparrón [adj] AR derog.
slow matute [adj] NI PY
slow maule (inglés marble) [adj] HN
slow mediomudo [adj] GT derog.
slow menso [adj] CR UY rare
slow menso [adj] EC PA CO BO AR derog.
slow menso [adj] MX GT HN SV NI DO PR
slow menso [adj] PE CL derog.
slow merelete [adj] NI
slow mingo [adj] CU
slow mogo [adj] PA derog.
slow mongo [adj] UY derog.
slow morón [adj] PA PR derog.
slow movido [adj] SV
slow muelón [adj] SV
slow nabo [adj] BO AR UY
slow ñango [adj] PR derog.
slow ñangué [adj] PR
slow ñengue [adj] PR derog.
slow ñeñe [adj] DO PR
slow noneco [adj] CR disused
slow noneco [adj] NI derog.
slow novato [adj] MX rur.
slow nayo [adj] SV
slow ñoco [adj] NI
slow ñoñeco [adj] NI
slow palurdo [adj] EC rur.
slow pasmolín [adj] SV
slow pasmique [adj] SV
slow pajero [adj] CL child
slow patastón [adj] HN
slow pastoso [adj] CU
slow ranero [adj] SV
slow quedadizo [adj] MX CR
slow retardado [adj] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY PR
slow reinaldo [adj] NI teen
slow sobón [adj] AR UY rur.
slow zanguango [adj] AR UY disused
slow zapallo [adj] CR AR UY BO
slow vaquetón [adj] MX
slow vaquetudo [adj] MX
slow taimado [adj] HN
slow tardista [adj] SV
slow yuyo [adj] HN
slow zampaguabas [adj] CR
slow zamuro [adj] DO derog.
slow zanahoria [adj] PE AR UY
slow zanahoria [adj] AR UY
slow zapallito [adj] AR child
slow zipote [adj] NI VE
slow zonzo [adj] MX GT HN SV NI CU DO PR VE PE BO PY AR UY
slow zonzón [adj] PE BO rare
slow zonzón [adj] PY
slow zonzoneco [adj] CR disused
slow zonzoreco [adj] HN NI CR
slow zope [adj] MX
slow zópilo [adj] MX disused
slow zorailón [adj] HN derog.
slow zorenco [adj] GT HN SV
slow zorimbo [adj] MX
slow zoropeto [adj] HN
slow zuruma [adj] PR derog.
slow zurumbo [adj] SV NI
slow cipote [adj] VE
slow cacreca [adj/f] HN NI CR PA CO
Colloquial
slow pachorrudo [adj]
slow tardón [adj]
slow lelo [adj]
slow lentorro [adj]
slow beocio [adj]
slow grosero [adj]
slow conformista [adj]
slow zorronglón [adj]
slow bolso [adj] DO VE
slow ahuevado [adj] PA
slow huamán [adj] PE rare
slow huevinche [adj] PE rare
slow lenteja [adj] PE CL AR UY EC teen
slow joche [adj] CO:C,Ne
slow lencho [adj] NI teen
slow jiquerón [adj] CO:W derog.
slow lerendo [adj] MX rare
slow leso [adj] AR UY disused
slow leso [adj] BO
slow echado [adj] SV
slow dureli [adj] CL AR
slow lonyi [adj] CL AR UY
slow lonyipietro [adj] AR UY
slow mermelada [adj] CL
slow mongo [adj] PE CL PY derog.
slow monse [adj] PE
slow mudo [adj] GT EC derog.
slow pachorro [adj] CO
slow pastuso [adj] PA CO VE:W derog.
slow penco [adj] GT NI
slow yanga [adj] AR:Nw rur.
slow yiyo [adj] SV
slow zoilo [adj] CO:W teen
slow zonconeto [adj] HN rur.
slow pachorruda [adj/f]
slow tardona [adj/f]
slow lela [adj/f]
slow lentorra [adj/f]
slow zorronglona [adj/f]
slow bolsa [adj/f] DO VE
slow ahuevada [adj/f] PA
slow mermelada de huevas [loc/adj] CL derog.
Idioms
slow quedado en las guinchas [adj] CL
slow quedado en las huinchas [adj] CL
slow sangre de puerco [adj] PR rur.
slow renco del morro [m] HN
slow juan bobo [loc/adj] NI DO
slow juan bobos [loc/adj] NI DO
slow juan caballo [loc/adj] GT SV
Slang
slow mata de huevas [f] CL
slow mata de pelotas [f] CL rare
slow monse [adj] PE
slow dundeco [adj] HN SV NI derog.
slow dundo [adj] GT HN SV NI CR PA DO derog.
slow dundón [adj] HN derog.
slow dundulario [adj] NI derog.
slow majiolo [adj] HN teen derog.
slow majiriulo [adj] SV teen derog.
slow mamado [adj] DO PR derog.
slow marinillo [adj] CO:W derog.
slow opa [adj] BO PY AR UY PE rur.
slow mudo [adj] AR:Nw rur.
Business
slow tardío [adj]
slow tardo [adj]
Engineering
slow lentamente [adv]
slow despacio [adj]
slow lento [adj]
slow lento [m]
slow velocidad lenta
Technical
slow disminuir la velocidad [v]
slow moderar [v]
slow manso [adj]
Aeronautics
slow disminuir la velocidad
Mineralogy
slow suave [adj]
Energy
slow despacio [adj]
Military
slow pequeña velocidad
Glazing
slow perezoso [adj]
Baseball
slow lento [adj]

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

Englisch Spanisch
Common
slow down desacelerar [v]
slow payer moroso [m]
slow person ganso [m]
General
be slow retrasar [v]
be slow retrasarse [v]
slow down pausar [v]
go slow pausar [v]
slow down enlentecer [v]
slow down entorpecer [v]
go slow ir despacio [v]
slow down lentificar [v]
slow down estorbar [v]
slow down atrasar [v]
be slow atrasar [v]
be slow atrasarse [v]
slow down ralentizar [v]
slow down ralentizarse [v]
slow down frenar [v]
be slow demorarse [v]
slow down deprimir [v]
slow up retardar [v]
slow down retardar [v]
slow-moving lento [adj]
slow-witted lerdo [adj]
slow-witted limitado [adj]
slow to pay moroso [adj]
slow-worm lución (serpiente) [m]
slow motion ralentí [m]
slow-moving lenta [adj/f]
slow-witted lerda [adj/f]
slow-witted limitada [adj/f]
slow to pay morosa [adj/f]
a slow dance and its tune danza [f] CU PR
large and slow-sailing merchant ship carraca [f]
slow cuban dance and song habanera [f]
slow transformation evolución [f]
be slow (as a watch) atrasar [v]
be tardy/slow haronear [v]
cook meat over a slow fire estovar [v]
dress meat with a slow fire rehogar [v]
cook meat over a slow fire rehogar [v]
slow (clock) atrasado [adj]
quiet and slow in tone acompasado [adj]
slow-moving pando [adj]
slow in speaking/writing premioso [adj]
slow-paced tardígrado [adj]
slow-moving tardígrado [adj]
slow time (music) adagio [m]
slow waste desgaste [m]
a slow dance and its tune danzón [m] CU
slow, stopping train ómnibus [m]
slow in speaking/writing premiosa [adj/f]
quiet and slow in tone acompasada [adj/f]
slow (clock) atrasada [adj/f]
slow-paced tardígrada [adj/f]
slow-moving tardígrada [adj/f]
slow-moving panda [adj/f]
slow down abotagar [v]
slow down abotargar [v]
be slow alargarse [v]
slow-witted abombado [adj] NI CR DO AR UY
in a slow but careful way lento pero seguro [adv]
in a slow yet careful way lento pero seguro [adv]
at a slow rate a ritmo lento [adv]
by slow degrees gradualmente [adv]
the state of having a slow heartbeat bradicardia [f]
the quality of being slow lentitud [f]
slow motion moviola [f]
slow person pajuata [f] NI DO VE AR UY
slow-moving work asadura [f] VE
short on brains and slow-reacting person asopada [f] CL derog.
slow person amarrada [f] CU PR
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down chapa muerto [f] EC
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down chapa acostado [f] EC
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down policía muerto [f] PA
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down policía dormido [f] CR
slow-healing varicose ulcer on the shin chipiza [f] NI
popular gathering where guatia, slow cooked beef, is eaten guatiada [f] AR:Nw
person who is slow in doing something comenencia [f] DO
slow person marraja [f] VE:C
unintelligent person that is slow to think or react marmota [f] PA VE PY AR UY
party where pachamanca slow cooked meal is served pachamancada [f] PE
slow person retardada [f] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
musical composition to a slow and melancholic rhythm sung by two voices accompanied by a guitar vidala [f] BO AR
go slow retrasarse [v]
be slow tardar [v]
run slow atrasar [v]
slow down retrasar [v]
(for a time piece) be slow quedarse atrasado [v]
(for a time piece) be slow quedarse atrás [v]
become slow ralentizarse [v]
become slow lentificarse [v]
be slow to do something tardar en hacer algo [v]
be slow on the uptake ser un poco torpe [v]
be slow to react tardar en reaccionar [v]
be slow tener dos dedos de frente [v]
walk slow andar despacio [v]
walk slow andar lento [v]
walk slow caminar despacio [v]
walk slow caminar lento [v]
slow the growth of frenar el crecimiento de [v]
slow in one's actions aplomarse [v]
be slow in doing something ser demoroso en hacer algo [v]
be slow in doing something ser demorón en hacer algo [v]
slow down (computer) alentarse [v] MX
become slow-witted volverse corto (de inteligencia) [v]
become slow-witted volverse cateto [v] derog.
slow down the speed of a motor vehicle aguantar [v] CU DO
slow cook calar [v] CO:W
slow cook chojinear [v] GT
slow down when ascending a hill (vehicle) colgarse [v] CO
slow down enfrenar [v] MX SV
slow something down dilatar [v] MX GT HN SV NI
slow down enmochilar [v] CO:N
slow-witted ganso [adj]
slow-witted alumbrado [adj] VE
slow-witted alunado [adj] VE
slow-moving (draft animal) arreado [adj] CR disused derog.
short on brains and slow-reacting (person) asopado [adj] CL derog.
slow to assimilate knowledge baldosa [adj] AR
person who is slow to understand baldosa [adj] AR
slow to understand azoquetado [adj] VE
slow-moving (person) amarrado [adj] CU PR
slow and stupid bolso [adj] DO VE
slow-moving bichoco [adj] AR UY
slow to act desmuelado [adj] HN
slow (person) chorompo [adj] SV
very slow carreta [adj] CR UY
slow working and inefficient (person) corto [adj] CU
slow-walking lechuga [adj] PA
slow-moving lentejo [adj] EC AR UY derog.
slow-growing (crop) lerdo [adj] GT HN:S,E rur.
slow-moving lerdón [adj] MX:Se
slow-witted jaibo [adj] CR
slow-witted jilote [adj] HN
slow-witted jilotón [adj] HN
slow-witted jolote [adj] HN
slow-witted jolotón [adj] HN rur.
slow-witted jorjón [adj] HN:C
slow-witted lambestaca [adj] PR
slow-witted lentejo [adj] MX HN SV NI derog.
slow-witted leso [adj] CL
slow-witted letongo [adj] NI
slow-witted lele [adj] SV
slow-going manso [adj] HN BO
slow-witted dunduneco [adj] HN
slow-witted enquimbado [adj] CO
slow-witted aguacatón [adj] NI GT HN
slow-witted ajolotado [adj] HN SV
slow-witted lumbo [adj] HN NI
slow-witted patastón [adj] HN NI
slow-witted tuntuneco [adj] HN NI
slow-witted lolo [adj] SV
slow-witted lumbo [adj] HN NI
slow-witted mae [adj] CR
slow-witted magallanes [adj] UY rare
slow-witted majano [adj] SV
slow-witted maje [adj] MX GT HN SV NI CR
slow-witted mamón [adj] HN
slow-witted mamposta [adj] DO
slow-witted mangungo [adj] HN:N,C
slow-witted matute [adj] NI PY
slow-witted maule (inglés marble) [adj] HN
slow-witted mediomudo [adj] GT derog.
slow-witted menso [adj] CR UY rare
slow-witted menso [adj] EC PA CO BO AR derog.
slow-witted menso [adj] MX GT HN SV NI DO PR
slow-witted menso [adj] PE CL derog.
slow-witted merelete [adj] NI
slow-witted mingo [adj] CU
slow-witted mogo [adj] PA derog.
slow-witted mongo [adj] UY derog.
slow-witted morón [adj] PA PR derog.
slow-witted movido [adj] SV
slow-witted muelón [adj] SV
slow-witted nabo [adj] BO AR UY
slow-witted ñango [adj] PR derog.
slow-witted ñangué [adj] PR
slow-witted ñengue [adj] PR derog.
slow-witted ñeñe [adj] DO PR
slow-witted noneco [adj] CR disused
slow-witted noneco [adj] NI derog.
slow-witted novato [adj] MX rur.
slow-witted nayo [adj] SV
slow-witted ñoco [adj] NI
slow-witted ñoñeco [adj] NI
slow-witted orejón [adj] HN CR
slow-witted oparrón [adj] AR derog.
too slow pachorrudo [adj] MX NI
fat and slow pamplón [adj] PR derog.
slow to learn romo [adj] HN
slow learning romo [adj] HN
slow-witted reinaldo [adj] NI teen
slow-talking xaxaco [adj] GT disused
slow-witted yuyo [adj] HN
slow-witted zampaguabas [adj] CR
slow-witted zamuro [adj] DO derog.
slow-witted zanahoria [adj] PE AR UY
slow-witted zanahoria [adj] AR UY
slow-witted zapallito [adj] AR child
slow-witted zipote [adj] NI VE
slow-witted zonzo [adj] MX GT HN SV NI CU DO PR VE PE BO PY AR UY
slow-witted zonzón [adj] PE BO rare
slow-witted zonzón [adj] PY
slow-witted zonzoneco [adj] CR disused
slow-witted zonzoreco [adj] HN NI CR
slow-witted zope [adj] MX
slow-witted zópilo [adj] MX disused
slow-witted zorailón [adj] HN derog.
slow-witted zorenco [adj] GT HN SV
slow-witted zorimbo [adj] MX
slow-witted zoropeto [adj] HN
slow-witted zuruma [adj] PR derog.
slow-witted zurumbo [adj] SV NI
slow-witted cipote [adj] VE
slow dance agarrado [m]
device which is used to slow or stop a vehicle freno [m]
slow person pajuato [m] NI DO VE AR UY
a slow learner un aprendiz lento [m]
short on brains and slow-reacting person asopado [m] CL derog.
(confectionery) slow cooking of a fruit in water with sugar until it is a transparent substance calado [m] PE
person with little initiative and slow acting bodoque [m] HN
slow person amarrado [m] CU PR
slow or dense person breque (inglés) [m] GT SV
imbecile, slow and easy to deceive person bolso [m] CO VE CL
slow-moving bichoco [m] AR UY
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down muerto [m] CR PR
a slow learner un alumno atrasado [m]
a slow learner un alumno lento [m]
irregular, slow-moving water course without a sandy shore caño [m] DO VE
slow-moving irrigation canal guacho pesado [m] EC rur.
dance hall dance related to the gavotte and minuet, accompanied by music with two parts fast and slow cuando [m] AR
slow person huevastián [m] BO derog.
slow day día muerto [m] HN NI CL
slow man marrajo [m] VE:C
slow man lulo [m] SV
slow-witted man lulo [m] SV
slow person retardado [m] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
person who is slow to assimilate knowledge baldosa [m/f] AR
person who is slow to understand baldosa [m/f] AR
imbecile, slow and easy to deceive person busaca [m/f] CO VE CL
slow and distracted person bolas [m/f] UY derog.
slow person huacabolas [m/f] BO derog.
slow person lalo [m/f] SV
slow poke lalo [m/f] SV
slow to understand azoquetada [adj/f] VE
heavy and slow moving (woman) fandusca [adj/f] PR
at a slow rate a ritmo lento [loc/adv]
slow fire fuego lento
a slow dance un baile lento
slow motion cámara lenta
go-slow [uk] huelga de celo
dead slow al paso
slow lane carril lento
a slow learner que aprende lentamente
slow twitch muscle fibres fibras lentas
slow loading carga lenta
a slow learner alguien al que le cuesta aprender
a slow learner alguien lento para aprender (individuo)
slow up aflojar el paso [v]
slow down aflojar el paso [v]
slow-paced de paso lento [adj]
slow-wilted lerdo [adj]
slow-wilted estúpido [adj]
slow-witted estúpido [adj]
slow-witted torpe [adj]
slow train tren correo [m]
slow train tren ómnibus [m]
slow-witted estúpida [adj/f]
slow-wilted lerda [adj/f]
slow-wilted estúpida [adj/f]
on a slow fire a lumbre mansa [loc/adv]
slow-paced pesado en el andar
Colloquial
slow and heavy person pánfila [f]
a slow, heavy person pelmaza [f]
slow movement santa cacha [f] BO
slow movement santa cachaña [f] BO
popular gathering where guatia, slow cooked beef, is eaten guatia [f] CL:Nw AR:Nw rur.
slow person corroncha [f] VE
party where pachamanca slow cooked meal is served pachamanqueada [f] PE
be a bit on the slow side tener la cabeza llena de serrín [v]
be slow on the draw tener la cabeza llena de serrín [v]
be slow on the uptake tener la cabeza llena de serrín [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser cerrado de mollera [v]
be slow on the draw ser cerrado de mollera [v]
be slow on the uptake ser cerrado de mollera [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser tonto del bote [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser corto de entendederas [v]
be slow on the draw ser corto de entendederas [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser tonto a más no poder [v]
be a bit on the slow side tener malas entendederas [v]
be slow on the draw ser tonto a más no poder [v]
be slow on the uptake ser tonto a más no poder [v]
be slow on the draw ser tonto del bote [v]
be slow on the draw tener malas entendederas [v]
be slow on the uptake ser tonto del bote [v]
be slow on the uptake tener malas entendederas [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser tonto del capirote [v]
be slow on the draw ser tonto del capirote [v]
be slow on the uptake ser tonto del capirote [v]
be a bit on the slow side pasar de castaño oscuro [v]
be slow on the draw pasar de castaño oscuro [v]
be slow on the uptake pasar de castaño oscuro [v]
be a bit slow estar espeso [v]
be slow on the draw no saber hacer la o con un canuto [v]
be slow on the uptake no saber hacer la o con un canuto [v]
slow down moderar la marcha [v]
set up a roadblock (to stop or slow down traffic) montar un control [v]
be slow on the uptake ser corto de entendederas [v]
be slow on the uptake tener pocas entendederas [v]
be slow ser duro de mollera [v]
be slow ser cerrado de mollera [v]
be a bit on the slow side tener pocas entendederas [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser de efectos retardados [v]
be slow on the uptake ser corto de entendederas [v]
be slow on the uptake ser de efectos retardados [v]
be slow on the draw tener pocas entendederas [v]
be slow on the draw ser de efectos retardados [v]
be slow on the uptake ser duro de mollera [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser tonto de capirote [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser tonto del haba [v]
be slow on the uptake ser tonto de capirote [v]
be slow on the draw ser tonto de capirote [v]
be slow on the uptake ser tonto del haba [v]
be slow on the draw ser tonto del haba [v]
be slow on the take ser un pedazo de alcornoque [v]
be slow on the draw ser un pedazo de alcornoque [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser un pedazo de alcornoque [v]
(a bus driver) to intentionally slow down to pick up more passengers along the way aguantar [v] DO EC
slow-witted burriciego [adj]
abnormally slow tardón [adj]
slow (speaker) boquipando [adj]
slow-moving caimarote [adj] AR:Nw
super slow calmatol [adj] CL rare
slow to understand azoquetado [adj] VE
slow to understand azoqueteado [adj] VE
slow-witted huamán [adj] PE rare
slow-witted huevinche [adj] PE rare
slow and making frequent stops lechero [adj] CL disused
slow and making frequent stops lechero [adj] MX HN VE CO:C
slow-witted jiquerón [adj] CO:W derog.
slow-witted lerendo [adj] MX rare
slow-witted leso [adj] AR UY disused
slow-witted leso [adj] BO
slow-witted lencho [adj] NI teen
slow-witted dureli [adj] CL AR
slow-witted lonyi [adj] CL AR UY
slow-witted lonyipietro [adj] AR UY
slow and lumbering morrongo [adj] CO:C,W VE:W derog.
slow-witted mermelada [adj] CL
slow-witted mongo [adj] PE CL PY derog.
slow-witted monse [adj] PE
slow-witted mudo [adj] GT EC derog.
too slow pachorrudo [adj] CO
slow-learning penco [adj] GT NI
slow-witted yanga [adj] AR:Nw rur.
slow-witted yiyo [adj] SV
slow-witted zoilo [adj] CO:W teen
slow-witted zonconeto [adj] HN rur.
slow dancing agarrado [adj]
a slow, lazy person ganso [m]
slow and heavy person pánfilo [m]
a slow, heavy person pelmazo [m]
slow-witted person bólido [m] AR UY
slow-moving person bolondrón [m] PR
someone who is slow on the uptake bólido [m] AR UY
slow music and dance, with the couple close together apampichado [m] DO VE
mentally and physically slow person burro con sueño [m] PE
slow learner cascote [m] AR derog.
slow person corroncho [m] VE
slow man lucas [m] HN NI teen
slow-witted man lucas [m] HN NI teen
slow typist picapollero [m] SV
slow dance agarrado [m]
slow person potala [m/f] DO
abnormally slow tardona [adj/f]
slow (speaker) boquipanda [adj/f]
slow-witted burriciega [adj/f]
slow to understand azoquetada [adj/f] VE
slow to understand azoqueteada [adj/f] VE
slow death de muerta lenta [loc/adj] NI CR PA VE
slow-witted mermelada de huevas [loc/adj] CL derog.
a slow burn irse poniendo furioso
a slow news day un día del montón
a slow news day un día poco movido
a slow burn un proceso de enojo gradual y persistente
a slow moving river un río que fluye lentamente
a slow burn una combustión lenta
a slow burn una deflagración
slow as molasses in january a paso de buey
slow as molasses in january a paso de tortuga
slow down poco a poco
Phrasals
slow up retrasar [v]
slow down reducir la velocidad [v]
slow up reducir la velocidad [v]
slow down reducir la velocidad de [v]
slow up reducir la velocidad de [v]
slow down ir más despacio (caminante) [v]
slow up ir más despacio (caminante) [v]
slow down echar el freno [v]
slow down aminorar el paso [v]
slow someone down demorar a alguien [v]
slow down reducir la velocidad
Phrases
in slow motion en cámara lenta [adv]
in slow motion a cámara lenta [adv]
in slow motion a cámara lenta
at a slow trot a trote corto
in slow motion al ralentí
in slow motion en cámara lenta
slow but steady sin prisa, pero sin pausa
be swift to hear, slow to speak escucha con atención antes de hablar
Idioms
slow learning person papa frita [f] MX BO:S AR UY
be a slow poke tener sangre de atole [v] MX
be slow or dimwitted ser de pocas luces [v]
be slow or dimwitted ser corto de luces [v]
be slow or dimwitted tener pocas luces [v]
take it slow ir despacio [v]
take it slow avanzar con cautela [v]
do a slow burn montar lentamente en cólera [v]
do a slow burn ponerse cada vez más furioso [v]
take it slow dar largas [v]
be slow off the mark ser lento para actuar o reaccionar [v]
be slow on the uptake ser lento de entendederas [v]
do something slowly (to slow down something deliberately) lerdear [v]
do something slowly (to slow down something deliberately) lerdearse [v]
be slow andar atrasado [v]
be slow estar atrasado [v]
slow down plegar velas [v]
go fast to balance a period of going slow or not moving salir del atraso [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser más tonto que abundio [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser más tonto que hecho de encargo [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser más tonto que Lepe [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser más tonto que mear y no echar gota [v]
be slow as molasses in january ser más lento que el caballo del malo [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser más tonto que una albarda [v]
be a bit on the slow side ser más tonto que una mata de habas [v]
be as slow as a snail ser más lento que el caballo del malo [v]
be slow on the uptake ser más tonto que abundio [v]
be slow on the uptake ser más tonto que hecho de encargo [v]
be slow on the uptake ser más tonto que Lepe [v]
be slow on the uptake ser más tonto que mear y no echar gota [v]
be slow on the uptake ser más tonto que una albarda [v]
be slow on the uptake ser más tonto que una mata de habas [v]
be slow on the draw ser más tonto que abundio [v]
be slow on the draw ser más tonto que hecho de encargo [v]
be slow on the draw ser más tonto que Lepe [v]
be slow on the draw ser más tonto que mear y no echar gota [v]
be very slow ser más lento que el caballo del malo [v]
be slow on the draw ser más tonto que una albarda [v]
be slow on the draw ser más tonto que una mata de habas [v]
be as slow as molasses in january ser más lento que el caballo del malo [v]
be slow in acting demorar en hacer algo [v] LAM
be slow in acting demorarse en hacer algo [v]
be slow off the mark demorar en hacer algo [v] LAM
be slow off the mark demorarse en hacer algo [v]
be slow in doing something demorar en hacer algo [v] LAM
be slow in doing something demorarse en hacer algo [v]
slow someone down traer a alguien en dilatorias [v]
slow someone down andar con dilatorias [v]
slow-walk tomárselo con calma [v]
slow-walk retrasar [v]
slow-walk enlentecer [v]
be slow or unhurried arrastrarle las bolas [v] UY
be slow or unhurried arrastrarle las bolas por el piso [v] UY
be slow ser boludo [v] AR CL SV
carry out a slow-moving and boring task descular hormigas [v] AR
be slow-witted tener la chispa atrasada [v] CU CO:C VE EC BO
be slow in their way of acting estar quedado [v] VE
be very slow dormirse el pájaro [v] NI
be a slow poke dormirse el pájaro [v] NI
be slow as a snail dormirse el pájaro [v] NI
slow down the pace redoblar de caites [v] HN NI
be slow ser cogido a lazo [v] VE
be slow tener la chispa atrasada [v] CU CO:C VE EC BO
slow down work as a form of protest trabajar a reglamento [v] AR UY
being a slow learner de madera [adj] AR UY
slow-witted sangre de puerco [adj] PR rur.
slow-witted renco del morro [m] HN
slow and unbearable person suero de brea [m] PR
boycotting by driving slow ruedas cuadradas [f/pl] CL
slow and deliberate huevo mongo [loc/adj] PR
slow-witted juan bobo [loc/adj] NI DO
slow-witted juan bobos [loc/adj] NI DO
slow-witted juan caballo [loc/adj] GT SV
as slow as molasses por cordillera [loc/adv] HN rur.
slow person chancho al hombro [loc/nom] CL
as slow as molasses in january lento como una tortuga
be a bit on the slow side ser un poco lento
be a bit on the slow side ser un poco retrasado
as slow as molasses in january más lento que una tortuga
as slow as molasses in january a paso de hormiga
be slow as molasses in january ser más lento que una tortuga
be as slow as a snail ser más lento que una tortuga
be very slow ser más lento que una tortuga
be as slow as molasses in january ser más lento que una tortuga
slow on the draw retardado
slow on the draw estúpido
slow on the draw tonto
slow on the uptake retardado
slow study poco inteligente