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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "vulgar" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 157 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
vulgar sucio [adj]
vulgar vulgar [adj]
vulgar grosero [adj]
General
vulgar hortera [adj] ES
vulgar cebolludo [adj]
vulgar chabacano [adj]
vulgar chafalote [adj] rare AR
vulgar chocarrero [adj]
vulgar concho [adj] CAM
vulgar populachero [adj]
vulgar bagre [adj] PE
vulgar bananero [adj]
vulgar barriobajero [adj]
vulgar basto [adj]
vulgar bayunco [adj] CAM
vulgar cebolluda [adj/f]
vulgar chabacana [adj/f]
vulgar chocarrera [adj/f]
vulgar concha [adj/f] CAM
vulgar populachera [adj/f]
vulgar bananera [adj/f]
vulgar barriobajera [adj/f]
vulgar basta [adj/f]
vulgar bayunca [adj/f] CAM
vulgar grosera [adj/f]
vulgar adocenado [adj]
vulgar chucán [adj] GT SV
vulgar común [adj]
vulgar cursilón [adj]
vulgar chamagoso [adj] MX
vulgar pedestre [adj]
vulgar público [adj]
vulgar menudo [adj]
vulgar ordinario [adj]
vulgar ramplón [adj]
vulgar trivial [adj]
vulgar tabernario [adj]
vulgar pública [adj/f]
vulgar adocenada [adj/f]
vulgar ramplona [adj/f]
vulgar menuda [adj/f]
vulgar tabernaria [adj/f]
vulgar cursilona [adj/f]
vulgar chamagosa [adj/f] MX
vulgar chucana [adj/f] GT SV
vulgar ordinaria [adj/f]
vulgar rústico [adj]
vulgar arrabalero [adj]
vulgar guarango [adj] AR BO UY PY
vulgar cursi [adj]
vulgar naco [adj] derog.
vulgar charro [adj]
vulgar orillero [adj]
vulgar soez [adj]
vulgar colorado [adj]
vulgar alpargatudo [adj] VE
vulgar alpargatúo [adj] VE
vulgar bausano [adj] SV
vulgar bocón [adj] HN
vulgar bocudo [adj] HN SV
vulgar cafrondo [adj] PR
vulgar cafrondo [adj] PR
vulgar ambientoso [adj] CU derog.
vulgar burrero [adj] VE
vulgar chancletero [adj] PA CU
vulgar forro [adj] CL rare
vulgar carretonero [adj] CU CL derog.
vulgar gancho [adj] GT
vulgar huaso [adj] BO
vulgar huaso [adj] PY rur.
vulgar jayán [adj] HN SV NI CO
vulgar jincho [adj] HN SV NI
vulgar muco [adj] GT derog.
vulgar muco [adj] GT derog.
vulgar ordaca [adj] CL derog.
vulgar pachuco [adj] CR CO:C,Se
vulgar pelado [adj] MX SV NI
vulgar pelangoche [adj] MX
vulgar pesado [adj] GT NI BO
vulgar pésimio [adj] SV
vulgar plebe [adj] MX DO CO:C,N
vulgar ruletero [adj] VE
vulgar sacho [adj] EC rare
vulgar roticuajo [adj] CL
vulgar sacho [adj] CR
vulgar shumo [adj] GT
vulgar tráfala [adj] PR
vulgar wircho [adj] VE
vulgar chabacano [m]
vulgar bocona [adj/f] HN
vulgar bocuda [adj/f] HN SV
vulgar bausana [adj/f] SV
vulgar cafronda [adj/f] PR
vulgar boca aguada [loc/adj] GT SV DO
vulgar boca aguada [loc/adj] GT SV DO
vulgar plebe [f]
vulgar mal criado [adj]
vulgar vulgo [m]
vulgar populacho [m]
vulgar de mal tono [loc/adj]
vulgar aburrado [adj]
vulgar adocenado [adj]
vulgar agarbanzado [adj]
Colloquial
vulgar fané [adj]
vulgar flamenco [adj]
vulgar cutre [adj] ES
vulgar chulo [adj] CL
vulgar rasca [adj] CL
vulgar bajo [adj]
vulgar belitre [adj]
vulgar barato [adj] MX CU DO AR PR
vulgar barriotero [adj] DO
vulgar bayunco [adj] GT HN SV NI
vulgar cafre [adj] PR
vulgar cafretón [adj] PR
vulgar bagre [adj] PE
vulgar bajero [adj] SV
vulgar gamín [adj] CO derog.
vulgar ignorante [adj] EC derog.
vulgar niche [adj] VE derog.
vulgar ordinarieque [adj] CL derog.
vulgar orillero [adj] CU DO VE
vulgar racataca [adj] PA
vulgar racataca [adj] PA
vulgar rasqueli [adj] CL
vulgar rasquiento [adj] CL AR:Nw
vulgar turro [adj] EC derog.
vulgar verraco [adj] CU PE
vulgar macarra [m] ES
vulgar flamenca [adj/f]
vulgar baja [adj/f]
vulgar bayunca [adj/f] GT HN SV NI
vulgar barriotera [adj/f] DO
vulgar cafretona [adj/f] PR
vulgar bajera [adj/f] SV
vulgar placera [adj/f] MX GT EC PE derog.
vulgar de café con leche [loc/adj] CU
vulgar todo terreno [loc/adj] EC
Idioms
vulgar de orilla [adj] CU derog.
vulgar de lo último [adj] NI VE EC PE BO CL PY AR:Nw UY derog.
Slang
vulgar punga [adj] CL
vulgar flaite [adj] CL
vulgar chula [adj] CL
vulgar picante [adj] CL
vulgar cumaso [adj] CL
vulgar lorcho [adj] PE derog.
vulgar elotero [adj] HN
vulgar machetón [adj] SV NI derog.
vulgar macuarro [adj] MX derog.
vulgar pulento CL
vulgar charcha CL
vulgar rasca CL
vulgar punga CL
vulgar chulo CL
vulgar chano CL
vulgar cuma CL
vulgar pickle CL

Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "vulgar" im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch : 57 Ergebniss(e)

Spanisch Englisch
Common
vulgar [adj] common
vulgar [adj] vulgar
vulgar [adj] indecent
General
vulgar [adj] coarse
vulgar [adj] ordinary
vulgar [adj] everyday
vulgar [adj] vernacular
vulgar [adj] gross
vulgar [adj] crude
vulgar [adj] gaudy
vulgar [adj] tasteless
vulgar [adj] having no refinement
vulgar [adj] explicit
vulgar [adj] that contains material that might be deemed offensive
vulgar [m/f] vulgarian
vulgar [adj] commonplace
vulgar [adj] banal
vulgar [adj] demotic
vulgar [adj] homely
vulgar [adj] homespun
vulgar [adj] mean
vulgar [adj] proletarian
vulgar [adj] pedestrian (figurative)
vulgar [adj] raw
vulgar [adj] low
vulgar [adj] trite
vulgar [adj] trivial
vulgar [adj] timeworn
vulgar [adj] tough
vulgar [adj] plebeian
vulgar [m] mugwort
vulgar [m] plebeian
Colloquial
vulgar [adj] loud
vulgar classless
Idioms
vulgar common as an old shoe
vulgar common as dirt
vulgar common-or-gardens
vulgar common-or-garden
Slang
vulgar neefy
vulgar as common as muck
vulgar bumpkin
vulgar tacky
vulgar uncouth
Medicine
vulgar [adj] vulgaris
British Slang
vulgar cunt
vulgar toe-rag
vulgar tossbag
vulgar toss-pot
vulgar turd
vulgar twat
vulgar twat face
vulgar wank biscuit
vulgar wanker
vulgar wankshaft
vulgar wanksplat
vulgar wankstain
vulgar ya wank (scottish)

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "vulgar" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 133 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
(pejorative vulgar) slut puta [f]
(pejorative vulgar) prostitute puta [f]
(pejorative vulgar) whore puta [f]
plural of vulgar vulgares [adj]
General
translate into the vulgar language romancear [v]
become vulgar vulgarizarse [v]
make vulgar vulgarizar [v]
vulgar name for the devil catete [m] CL
rude or vulgar female person cualquierota [pron] GT
rude or vulgar male person cualquierote [pron] GT
vulgar rich person ricacha [f]
the quality of being vulgar vulgaridad [f]
unscrupulous person (vulgar) alma podrida [f] UY
vulgar language boconada [f] HN
vulgar saying brutada [f] HN
woman who behaves in a vulgar, clumsy and uneducated way birlocha [f] BO
person of the lower social class, with vulgar behavior, and an extravagant way of dressing cuma [f] CL derog.
someone who is of the lower social class, with vulgar behavior, and an extravagant way of dressing cumienta [f] CL
vulgar thing chulería [f] CL
vulgar or crude behavior cholada [f] PE BO derog.
vulgar or crude behavior cholada [f] PA
vulgar, crude, or rude person chiclera [f] SV
group of rude or vulgar people gronchada [f] AR derog.
vulgar saying jayanada [f] HN SV NI
vulgar word jayanería [f] HN NI
vulgar action jayanada [f] HN SV NI
vulgar action jayanería [f] HN NI
person who talks a lot and uses vulgar and offensive words jetona [f] HN SV NI derog.
vulgar expression leperada [f] CR rare
vulgar expression leperada [f] MX GT HN SV NI
vulgar attitude pachucada [f] CR
vulgar person pachuca [f] GT CR derog.
vulgar and offensive reply perrada [f] SV NI
vulgar and ordinary person recobera [f] BO derog.
vulgar and ordinary woman recovera [f] BO:W derog.
vulgar saying or behavior of rude or uneducated people rotada (inglés ruptured) [f] CL
vulgar place runchera [f] CO derog.
vulgar attitude runchería [f] PA
vulgar thing runchera [f] CO derog.
vulgar way of expressing oneself rutina [f] CU disused
vulgar way of expressing oneself ruta [f] CU
vulgar person terraja [f] UY teen derog.
become vulgar chulearse [v] CL rare
say rude or vulgar words jayanear [v] HN SV NI
scold or insult with offensive or vulgar words jetear [v] HN NI
be vulgar rotear [v] CL
be vulgar vulgarear [v] SV NI
be vulgar vulgariar [v] SV NI
vulgar (word) botado [adj] HN NI
vulgar (someone) cachudo [adj] UY rare derog.
of the lower social class, with vulgar behavior, and an extravagant way of dressing cumiento [adj] CL
vulgar (language or speech) florido [adj] PR BO MX
underarm odor (vulgar) aletazo [m] HN SV NI CR PR EC
vulgar person (particularly their way of dressing) cachimbiro [m] GT derog.
vulgar, mean expression albañal [m] PA
someone who is of the lower social class, with vulgar behavior, and an extravagant way of dressing cumiento [m] CL
rude or vulgar man in bad taste chabacán [m] AR rare
rude or vulgar man in bad taste chabacano [m] MX CU DO AR PR
rude or vulgar man in bad taste chabacán [m] MX GT HN SV NI PA DO BO UY
vulgar, crude, or rude person chiclero [m] SV
group of rude or vulgar people gronchaje [m] AR UY
vulgar behavior cochuso [m] CU rare
vulgar behavior cochuzo [m] CU
vulgar behavior or of rude manners cochuzo [m] CU rare derog.
person who talks a lot and uses vulgar and offensive words jetón [m] HN SV NI derog.
uncultured and vulgar person jinete [m] SV
vulgar person najallote [m] MX
vulgar person najayote [m] MX derog.
vulgar person pachuco [m] GT CR derog.
vulgar and ordinary person recobero [m] BO derog.
vulgar and ordinary man recovero [m] BO:W derog.
evil and depraved person (vulgar) almemierda [m/f] derog.
vulgar person filtrafa [m/f] PR derog.
uncultured or vulgar person nacayote [m/f] MX
vulgar person repelente [m/f] PA
vulgar latin latín vulgar
make vulgar achabacanar [v]
become vulgar achabacanarse [v]
be vulgar adocenar [v]
become vulgar adocenarse [v]
becoming vulgar achabacanamiento [m]
becoming vulgar adocenamiento [m]
Colloquial
vulgar display farolería [f]
vulgar word leperada [f] MX
group of vulgar or rude people chamuchina [f] AR:Nw derog.
vulgar person pejera [f] CU:C derog.
vulgar woman pelandruja [f] PA CU derog.
vulgar person pelienta [f] CL derog.
something vulgar or ordinary rasquería [f] CL derog.
vulgar act rasquería [f] CL derog.
vulgar person solariega [f] CU derog.
become vulgar pacharaquearse [v] PE
vulgar or crude (person) cholero [adj] GT HN SV
vulgar (signs, gestures, or words) feo [adj] GT HN
low, vulgar or indecent expression dicharacho [m]
obscene and vulgar vocabulary jetabulario [m] SV CR CO
vulgar person pejero [m] CU:C derog.
vulgar person peliento [m] CL derog.
group of vulgar people rasquerío [m] CL derog.
vocabulary of vulgar taboo words trompabulario [m] MX GT HN SV EC
vulgar person solariego [m] CU derog.
vulgar and uneducated person farabute [m/f] AR:Nw
vulgar person roteque [m/f] CL derog.
vulgar person tara [m/f] BO:C,W,S derog.
Idioms
be vulgar ser gente de orilla [v] DO PR derog.
be vulgar salirse lo de negro [v] CU derog.
be vulgar ser gente de orilla [v] DO PR derog.
Slang
at the drop of a hat (vulgar) alver [adv] HN NI
vulgar fellow cuma [f] CL
insult or scolding with offensive or vulgar words jeteada [f] HN
vulgar person marañonera [f] PA derog.
vulgar or crude (person) cholero [adj] HN
vulgar person marañonero [m] PA derog.
blackie (vulgar) negrito
blackie (vulgar) negro
blacky (vulgar) negrito
bitch nigga (vulgar) negra de mierda
blacky (vulgar) negrita
vulgar (person) roto CL
vulgar (person) roteque CL
double bagger (vulgar) aborto de la naturaleza
Engineering
vulgar fraction fracción [f]
vulgar rich person ricacho [m]
Math
vulgar fraction fracción común
vulgar fraction quebrado común
vulgar fraction fracción simple
vulgar fraction fracción vulgar
Maritime
vulgar fraction fracción común
vulgar fraction fracción ordinaria
Mining
vulgar fraction quebrado [m]
Hydrology
vulgar establishment establecimiento de puerto vulgar
Archaic
vulgar language jacarandina [f]
vulgar language jacarandana [f]