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Meanings of "ball" in Spanish English Dictionary : 84 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
ball bola [f]
ball boda [f]
ball pelota [f]
ball fiesta de baile [f]
ball ovillo [m]
ball baile [m]
ball balón [m]
General
ball pella [f]
ball rulo [m]
ball cuero [m]
ball bodoque [m]
ball ovillar [v]
ball bala [f]
ball danza [f]
ball globo [m]
ball rulo (bola gruesa) [m]
ball tripudio (baile) [m]
ball testículo [m]
ball tirada [f]
ball esfera [f]
ball bola [f]
ball chimbomba [f] GT
ball chirola [f] SV
ball píldora [f] GT
ball cepellón [m]
ball esférico [m]
ball huevo [m]
ball talope [m]
ball (pie) pulpejo [m]
ball bolo [m] PE BO
ball tololo [m] SV
ball huevos [m/pl]
ball agallas [f/pl]
ball billas [f/pl] BO
ball albóndiga [f]
ball bolita de carne [f]
ball pelotón [m]
Colloquial
ball cuica [f] MX
ball redonda [f] EC CL UY PE disused
ball tejeta [f] BO
ball cojón [m]
ball dancing (inglés) [m] PA BO
ball dancing (voz inglesa) [m] NI EC rare
ball huevos [pl]
ball cojones [pl]
ball pelotas [f/pl]
Slang
ball follar con [v] ES
ball coger con [v] MX
ball tirarse a [v]
ball ¡verga! [interj] HN NI VE BO
ball fornicar
ball testículo
Engineering
ball lupia [f]
ball zamarra [f]
ball bengala [f]
ball bala [f]
ball bola [f]
ball bolín [m]
Math
ball círculo [m]
Geology
ball flotador [m]
ball nódulo [m]
Construction
ball flotador [m]
Technical
ball lenteja [f]
ball amontonar [v]
ball aglomerar [v]
ball redondear [v]
Mechanics
ball lenteja [f]
Aeronautics
ball perilla [f]
ball pera [f]
ball aglomerarse [v]
ball saltar [v]
ball dar botes
Agriculture
ball cepellón [m]
Gastronomy
ball bolita [f]
Petrol
ball espera [f]
ball bola [f]
Energy
ball bola [f]
Sports
ball bol [f] AR
Football
ball esférico [m]
American Football
ball el ovoide
Baseball
ball bola [f]
ball bola [f] SV NI CU PR VE
ball bola alta [f] NI CU PR
ball bola mala

Meanings of "ball" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
ball valve válvula de bola [f]
ball pit pelotera [f]
(football) to catch (a ball) (of a goal-keeper) cazar [v]
(football) to dribble (the ball) bailar [v]
polo (ball game) polo [m]
ball pit pelotero [m]
General
ball-and-socket joint rótula [f]
ball bearing chumacera [f]
ball bearing bola [f]
golf ball bola [f]
small ball bolita [f]
play ball jugar a la pelota [v]
clear the ball despejar [v]
pass (the ball) ceder [v]
on the ball aguzado [adj] DO PR VE BO US
soccer ball [us] esférico [m]
cup-and-ball toy boliche [m]
on the ball aguzada [adj/f] DO PR VE BO US
fly ball palomita [f]
fly ball volea [f]
lose the ball perder el balón [v]
on the ball despabilado [adj]
ground ball roletazo [m]
small ball of forcemeat albondiguilla [f]
ball of forcemeat with eggs and spice albóndiga [f]
earthenware ball filled with ashes or flowers for missiles alcancía [f]
ball of forcemeat almóndiga [f]
place and mark where the ball stops chaza [f]
stick for driving the ball cachava [f]
wax ball filled with water or perfume used in carnival bala [f]
printers' inking-ball bala [f]
small ball used for hockey chueca [f]
small voting ball balota [f]
stroke at billiards knocking the five pins with one ball chuza [f] MX CR DO
pocketing a ball after it has struck another billa [f]
wooden ball for bowls bocha [f]
billiard-ball bola (de billar) [f]
signaling-ball bola [f]
throw/cast of a ball/bowl bolada [f]
cup and ball (toy) bolecha [f]
scoop or racket fastened to the hand for playing ball bomba [f] CU MX
small ball/knob manzanilla [f]
cannon ball pelota [f]
ball game pelota [f]
small ball pelotilla [f]
small ball of wax and pieces of glass fastened to a scourge pelotilla [f]
ball-gauge mena [f]
suspended balloon filled with sweets at a fancy dress ball piñata [f]
racket (for ball games) pala [f]
cannon ball of the size of an orange naranja [f]
volley (a ball) volea [f]
ball of forcemeat almondiguilla [f]
someone who bowls a second time from where the ball stopped the first time birladora [f]
ball-maker pelotera [f]
crumple oneself up like a clue or ball of thread aovillarse [v]
stop the ball before it reaches the winning-point chazar [v]
mark the spot where the ball stops (in pelota) chazar [v]
drive the ball through the rings choclar [v]
roll and heat a ball in one's hand before it is played calentar [v]
calibrate a ball/firearm calibrar [v]
strike back a ball contrarrestar [v]
carry a ball of a definite size (fire-arms) calzar [v]
bowl a second time from the place where the ball stopped the first time birlar [v]
throw a ball so that it dislodges another ball bochar [v]
pocket a ball in billiards entronerar [v]
play at ball pelotear [v]
hit a billiard-ball twice retacar [v]
contract into a ball ovillarse [v]
hit again (of a rebounding ball) retrucar [v]
rebound (a ball) rebotar [v]
drive a ball (as in golf) tincar [v] AR BO
pocket a ball at pool trucar [v]
call a halt (in ball games) tomar [v]
strike in the air (as a ball) volear [v]
player who stops the ball (in pelota) chazador [m]
driving a ball through the rings choclón [m]
toy called cup and ball balero [m] AR CO EC MX PR UY
large ball balón [m]
basket-ball baloncesto [m]
game of ball balón [m]
player who is to return the ball at the service contrarresto [m]
marshal/manager of a ball bastonero [m]
someone who bowls a second time from where the ball stopped the first time birlador [m]
back stroke given to a ball cotín [m]
small ball in bowls boliche [m]
cup and ball (toy) boliche [m]
rebound of a ball bote [m]
recovering a ball at the rebound botivoleo [m]
main wall of a hand-ball court frontón [m]
ball (wool) gorullo [m]
pellet/ball of wool/hair pegujón [m]
blow/stroke with a ball pelotazo [m]
ball-maker pelotero [m]
large ball pelotón [m]
fleshy prominence of some organs of the body, as the ball of the thumb or lobe of the ear pulpejo [m]
kind of hand-ball game (pelota) linao [m] CL
red/object ball in billiards mingo [m]
rebound of a ball (in tennis) resto [m]
player who returns the service ball resto [m]
small clew/ball ovillejo [m]
hand-ball game pie [m]
ball or piece of lead plomo [m]
kiss (of a rebounding ball) retruque [m]
stone ball used as missile mandrón [m]
ball passing the line pasavoleo [m]
playing a ball on the rebound saque [m]
blow given to a ball in the air voleo [m]
basket-ball básquetbol (inglés) [m]
basket-ball básquet (inglés) [m]
ball (wool) ovillo [m]
hollow ball of dried mud alcancía (árabe) [f]
on the ball agudo [adj]
on the ball aguzado [adj]
hand ball pelota [f]
throw of a ball bolada [f]
fly ball bola [f]
ball or bullet calibre vitola [f]
ball-cup rótula [f]
lead ball posta [f]
8-ball Bola 8 (billar) [f]
a ball of dough una bolita de masa [f]
match-ball bola de partido [f]
ball girl recogepelotas [f]
ball (ballistics) bala [f]
ballot ball haba [f]
ornament with christmas tree ball shape chimbomba [f] SV
ball of yarn madeja [f]
heavyweight ball used in shot put bala [f] MX CR PA CU CO VE CL
ball bearing balinera (inglés) [f] HN NI PA CO
small numbered ball used in bingo or lotteries. balota [f] PA CO
benefit ball gala benéfica [f]
ball mirror bola de espejo [f]
ball of a steelyard pesa romana [f]
ball in a cup perinola (juego) [f]
ball of fur bola de pelos [f]
ball bag bolsa de bolas [f]
ball mirror bola de discoteca [f]
ball of a steelyard romana de bola [f]
type of bowling played with wooden balls and a small ball called "mingo" bolas criollas [f] VE pl.
a blow or hit with a ball blanqueada [f] BO
blow given with the ball (game of boccia) bochada [f] VE
ball (soccer/tennis) bol (inglés) [f] AR
pool ball rack bolera [f] MX
raffle ball bolilla (perú/chile/paraguay/argentina/uruguay/m- [f] BO
largest ball in boccia game bondola [f] DO
violent hit with a ball blanqueada [f] BO
flexible rubber sleeve that protects against dust and keeps bearings, ball joints and other moving parts greased (vehicles/machines) bota [f] HN
solid rubber ball burrucha [f] MX NI
ball of pureed celery, milk, and butter, that is fried and served with unrefined cane sugar syrup kachina [f] PE BO:W,C
a wooden toy made up of a stick with a ball attached by means of a cord campana [f] HN
dust ball bola de pelusa (debajo de la cama) [f]
dragon ball bola de dragón [f]
eight-ball bola número ocho del billar [f]
dust ball bola de polvo [f]
pick-up betting game that consists of revealing a small ball that is covered by bottle caps that are moved on a board chapita [f] CU
ball bearing pillow blocks chumacera (portugués) [f] HN
soccer ball chimbimba [f] GT
ball-and-stick choca [f] BO
cup-and-ball choca [f] BO
little ball of corn flour used to prepare soup chuspa [f] EC
human excrement in the form of a ball chirola [f] HN rur.
human excrement in the form of a ball chirola [f] HN rur.
ball game played by mapuches chueca [f] CL
pilates ball bola de pilates [f]
glass ball children's toy golondrona [f] VE
glass or steel ball used for play coyola [f] GT
small ball of dough made with ground cookies and condensed milk and covered with shredded coconut cocada [f] CL
cup-and-ball coca (de coca cola®) [f] CO
cup-and-ball coca (de coca cola®) [f] CO:C
ball in a cup perinola [f]
ball bag bolsa de pelotas (deporte) [f]
ball bag bolsa para municiones [f]
ball crawl piscina de bolas (juguete) [f]
ball in a cup choca [f]
ball mirror bola de espejos [f]
ball of a steelyard bola romana (balanza romana con peso de bola) [f]
ball of fur bola de pelusa [f]
ball pond piscina de bolas (juguete) [f]
ball pool piscina de bolas (juguete) [f]
ball room sala de baile [f]
ball room sala de fiestas [f]
ball-point pluma [f]
ball-point pluma estilográfica [f]
tether ball matachola [f] PE
ball-peen hammer mona [f] CO:N
popcorn ball bola de millo [f] PA PR rur.
soccer ball minga [f] SV
ball of cocaine papaya [f] BO drug
skip ball pata-pata [f] BO
cup-and-ball pata-pata [f] BO
game ball píldora [f] GT
cup-and-ball game pinga [f] HN
caramel corn ball pelota [f] NI
wall ball pelota a paleta [f] AR
wall ball pelota paleta [f] BO AR
juggling a soccer ball picadita [f] PY
part of the cup-and-ball toy pirinola [f] HN NI
cup-and-ball perinola [f] VE BO UY
female ball player pelotera [f] PA
exercise kicking a ball and keeping it in the air serie [f] CR
stretch to keep the ball out of the goal volada [f] EC PE BO CL AR
roll into a ball ovillarse [v]
tip horns with a wooden ball embolar [v]
(ball) go into the net ir a la red (el balón) [v]
(ball) go into the net meterse a la red (el balón) [v]
ball up apelotonar [v]
let down (tire/ball) deshinchar [v]
kick the ball bombear [v]
throw the ball bombear [v]
hit the ball far and high bombear [v]
bowl the ball lanzar la bola [v]
throw the ball lanzar la bola [v]
kick the ball chutar (el balón) [v]
kick the ball tirar el balón [v]
kick the ball darle al balón [v]
throw the ball arrojar el balón [v]
kick the ball patear la pelota [v]
kick the ball tirar la pelota [v]
kick the ball chutar la pelota [v]
pitch the ball lanzar la pelota [v]
pitch the ball tirar la pelota [v]
roll up into a ball ovillarse [v]
curl up in a ball ovillarse [v]
curl up into a ball ovillarse [v]
roll up in a ball ovillarse [v]
roll into a ball apelotonar [v]
roll into a ball apelotonarse [v]
address the ball in a golf tournament preparar el golpe [v]
pocket/hole the ball embocar la bola [v]
throw something (a ball) at someone tirar al muñeco [v]
bounce a ball botar una pelota [v]
bounce a ball rebotar un balón [v]
crumple something to form a ball arrepollar [v] CL
squeeze something to form a ball arrepollar [v] CL
hit a ball against another to knock it away from the target (game of boccia) bochar (italiano) [v] VE
deflate something (ball/tire) apachar [v] SV
kick a ball hard to hit someone with it blanquear [v] BO
(billiards) lose one's turn and points by hitting or potting the cue ball into one of the pockets ahogarse [v] MX
dodge ball esquivar la pelota (juego) [v]
hit someone with a small sticky ball chirustear [v] SV
not hit the ball (pool or soccer) escacharse [v] CO
not hit the ball (pool or soccer) descacharse [v] MX CO
drop the ball fresquear [v] NI
approach the ball as much as possible without going over the line previously drawn on the ground (marbles) cantearse [v] DO
hit a ball with one's head jupear [v] CR
stop the ball bringing it close to the chest embolsar [v] HN EC PE BO
hit the ball with one's instep empeinar [v] SV
hit the ball into a hole enchocolar [v] CO
play with the ball meliar [v] CO:W
dribble the ball meliar [v] CO:W
fake out with the ball meliar [v] CO:W
kick the ball into someone else's court pelotear [v] VE
make the ball bounce higher to pick up more jacks picar [v] PA
kick the ball with the tip of one's cleats puntear [v] EC BO CL
black ball radiar (francés) [v] MX BO:W PY UY
bounce a tennis ball on a racket raquetear [v] BO
hit the cue ball tacar [v] CO BO
on the ball competente [adj]
on the ball alerta [adj]
ball shaped redondo [adj]
who hogs the ball in order to show off (soccer player) comilón [adj] CL AR UY
ball shaped con forma de esfera [adj]
ball shaped con forma de pelota [adj]
ball shaped en forma de bola [adj]
ball shaped abombado [adj]
kicking the ball hard pegador [adj] HN NI CU BO
keep your eye on the ball! ¡pilas! [interj] EC teen
keep your eye on the ball! ¡pilas! [interj] GT HN CO
ball boy recogepelotas [m]
small ball used in bowls boliche [m]
root-ball cepellón [m]
stroke on a ball cabe [m]
a ball of wool un ovillo de lana [m]
a ball of yarn un ovillo [m]
masked ball baile de máscaras [m]
ball hog chupón [m] ES
badminton ball volante [m]
ball bearing rodamiento [m]
ball bearing cojinete [m]
ball game juego de pelota (game) [m]
ball hog chupón [m]
ball lightning rayo globular [m]
medicine ball balón de gimnacia [m]
medicine ball balón de medicina [m]
hit with ball pelotazo [m]
big ball bolazo [m]
small ball made from coca leaves (chewed to extract a stimulating juice) acullico [m] PE BO AR
small ball acuse [m] AR:Nw
small ball acuso [m] AR:Nw
small ball acollico [m] AR:Nw
ball made from butter and annatto powder wrapped in tusa (food coloring) achiote de cocina [m] GT
sweet popcorn or sorghum ball made with caramel, sugar, or honey alboroto [m] GT HN SV NI CO:N
bearing ball balín [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR CO CL
ball voting baloteo [m] PE
benefit ball baile benéfico [m]
ball in a cup balero (juguete) [m]
ball pen bolígrafo [m]
ball room salón de baile [m]
ball-bearing rodamiento de bolas [m]
ball-point pen bolígrafo [m]
ball-point bolígrafo [m]
ball gown vestido de baile [m]
ball gown vestido de gala [m]
dodge ball baronazo [m] DO
small ball bochín [m] AR UY
a hit or a blow with a ball bodocazo [m] GT
soft ball bodoque [m] MX GT HN SV CR disused
betting game which is played with a small ball and three cups boligorrín [m] HN
ball of yarn bollo [m] SV
ball of coca leaves bolo [m] PE BO
lottery ball bolo [m] PE BO
rubber chamber of a ball bláder [m] BO
(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
small ball of cooked sweet corn cafongo [m] PA
a barrier, as a wall, that prevents a ball from going beyond the normal playing area backstop [m] VE
small ball made with coca leaves acuse [m] AR:Nw
small ball made with coca leaves acollico [m] AR:Nw
small ball made with coca leaves acullico [m] PE:S BO AR:Nw
small ball made with coca leaves acuso [m] AR:Nw
hit a ball against another to knock it away from the target (game of boccia) boche [m] VE
small ball that is thrown at the beginning of the game to serve as the target (game of boccia) bochín [m] AR UY
portion of a soft material in the form of a ball bodoque [m] CR disused
portion of a soft material in the form of a ball bodoque [m] MX GT HN SV
rubber ball that is put on the tip of a stick to play the marimba bodoque [m] HN
mark left by a hit with a ball made of soft material bojotazo [m] SV
hit with a ball made of soft material bojotazo [m] SV
prepared clay ball used to make ceramic objects bollo [m] VE
cocaine-based sulphate (contained in a small and ball-shaped wrapping) bollo [m] BO:S
ball of string thread bollo [m] SV
lottery ball bolo [m] PE BO
small ball made with coca leaves, which is chewed to extract a juice bolo [m] PE BO
large ball made of clay/glass bolón [m] CL
raffle ball bolo [m] PE BO
violent hit with a ball blancazo [m] BO
cup and ball toy made of wood/bone busaraña [m] VE:W
ball of paper used with a sling shot cachirulo [m] CR
large ball busuá [m] DO
large ball busunuco [m] DO
large ball busunuco [m] DO
dragon ball manga japonés [m]
soccer ball balón de fútbol [m]
small sticky ball chirulo [m] GT
hit with a small sticky ball chirustazo [m] SV
small sticky ball chiruste [m] HN rur.
small sticky ball chiruste [m] SV
small sticky ball chirustillo [m] SV
cup-and-ball capirucho [m] MX GT HN:S,W SV NI child
ball-and-stick choco [m] BO:Sw,C
cup-and-ball choco [m] BO:Sw,C
curd ball (cheese making) chipote [m] HN rur.
arrow with a little copper ball on the end used for fishing or to hunt birds chipote [m] HN
soft ball stuck to something chipuste [m] GT HN SV rur.
caramel corn ball chuchupuste [m] HN
blow with a ball chirolazo [m] SV
very fine noodles in the form of a ball fideo de pelo [m] GT
fly ball elevado [m] PR
fly ball fly (inglés) [m] US HN NI CU PR VE
liquefied gas packed in a 25 lb steel ball gas de balita [m] CU
liquefied gas packed in a 25 lb steel ball gas de la calle [m] CU
liquefied gas packed in a 25 lb steel ball gas de balón [m] CU
liquefied gas packed in a 25 lb steel ball gas embotellado [m] CU
ball of spinning yarn guango [m] PE rur.
a steel ball used in a game of cocos coco [m] EC
children's game involving trying to kick a small ball between the legs of one child who then receives a spanking from the other children hoyito patada [m] CL
ball dress traje formal [m]
ball dress vestido de gala [m]
ball gown traje de fiesta [m]
ball gown vestido de baile [m]
ball in a cup balero [m]
ball pen bolígrafo [m]
ball room salón de baile [m]
ball-and stick model modelo de barras y esferas (química molecular) [m]
ball-bearing rodamiento de bolas [m]
ball gown vestido de gala [m]
ball in a cup boliche [m]
ball in a cup emboque [m]
ball in a cup capirucho [m]
stick that ends in a ball or rounded end laque [m] BO
high ball jaibol (inglés high balt) [m] US MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CL
high ball jaybol (inglés high ball) [m] HN
hitting the ball hard in the direction of the goal jierrazo [m] DO
cup-and-ball enchute [m] HN
cup-and-ball game enchute [m] HN
hit a third ball into a pocket enderezón [m] HN
cup-and-ball embique [m] DO
cup-and-ball emboque [m] VE:W BO CL
cup-and-ball game emboque [m] CL
hit to the ball with one's instep empeinazo [m] SV
ball door knob llavín de pelota [m] HN
cup-and-ball enchoque [m] BO
ball of rubber oro negro [m] BO:E
spit ball misil [m] HN stud.
children's game where the child throws a ball against a wall, says certain things and makes some movements before the ball bounces back to his hands oa [m] EC
children's game where the child throws a ball against a wall, says certain things and makes some movements before the ball bounces back to his hands oa [m] HN NI
mingo ball in bolas criollas game mingo [m] VE
six-handled pato ball pato [m] AR
bowling ball palitroque [m] PE
sports competition where two teams of four players try to get a six-handled ball through a hoop pato [m] AR
soccer player who kicks the ball hard pegador [m] PR UY
ball bin pelotero [m] AR
ball field play (inglés) [m] DO
ball field plei [m] DO
ball-and chain flail pirulo [m] PE
eight ball pool game pull (inglés pool) [m] HN
kicking the ball with the tip of one's cleats puntete [m] CL
eight ball pull (inglés pool) [m] HN
game where one must arrive to a base in order to not be hit with a ball quechi [m] CL
catch a ball queche [m] PE
put the pool ball into the wrong pocket sapo [m] HN
barefoot hit of a ball uñazo [m] SV
cup and ball game zumbador [m] CO
ball boy recogepelotas [m/f]
ball girl pasapelotas [m/f] BO CL PY AR
ball boy pasapelotas [m/f] BO CL PY AR
a ball of dough una bola de masa [n]
sweet popcorn or sorghum ball made with caramel, sugar, or honey alborotos [m/pl] CR
traditional game where a steel ball is used to knock out other balls that are inside a circle drawn on the ground cocos [m/pl] EC
children's game in which each participant takes the name of a country and, when called on must pick up a ball thrown into the air naciones [m/pl] NI CL
dodge ball naciones [m/pl] NI CL
cue ball billas [f/pl] BO
dribbling the ball técnicas [f/pl] BO
be on the ball ponerse avispa [loc/v] MX HN NI
play ball jugar bola [loc/v]
catch the ball coger de bola [loc/v]
get the ball rolling correr la bolilla [loc/v]
blow or hit with a ball pelotazo
fancy dress ball baile de etiqueta
ball mill molino de bolas
ball of snow bola de nieve
crystal ball bola de cristal
tennis ball bola de tenis
golf ball pelota de golf
golf ball esfera impresora
ball park [us] estadio de béisbol
ball bearing cojinete de bolas
ball game [us] partido de béisbol
tennis ball pelota de tenis
sealed ball bearings rodamientos sellados
ball of yarn madeja de lana
ball of yarn ovillo de lana
ball of dough bola de masa
medicine ball balón medicinal
wash ball bola de jabón [f]
pneumatic ball pera de aire comprimido [f]
cannon ball bala de cañón [f]
billiard ball bola de billar [f]
black-ball bola negra (para votar) [f]
black-ball bola de betún [f]
meat-ball albóndiga [f]
ink-ball bala de entintar [f]
black-ball votar en contra [v]
black-ball dar bola negra [v]
dress ball sarao [m]
fancy dress ball baile de disfraces [m]
ball bearings cojinete de bolas [m]
basket-ball juego de balón [m]
Colloquial
pool ball billa [f] BO pl.
ball catch door lock chibola (del maya) [f] HN
ball (sports press) esférica [f] CL
soccer ball globa [f] UY
rugby ball guinda [f] AR UY
eye ball pepa del ojo [f] PA
soccer ball redonda [f] EC CL UY PE disused
small ball of dough used to make soup resbalosa [f] CL
soccer ball tejeta [f] BO
roll up into a ball hacerse una rosca [v]
roll up in a ball hacerse una rosca [v]
curl up in a ball hacerse una rosca [v]
curl up into a ball hacerse una rosca [v]
pot the ball trucar [v]
be behind the eight ball ir con el culo a rastras [v]
be behind the eight ball andar con el culo a rastras [v]
be a sleaze ball tener mala sombra [v]
be a sleaze ball tener mal café [v]
be a sleaze ball tener mala leche [v]
be on the ball conocer a su gente [v]
have (oneself) a ball correrse una juerga [v]
have a ball correrse una juerga [v]
carry the ball asumir el liderazgo [v]
carry the ball estar al mando [v]
get behind the eight ball estar a la cuarta pregunta [v] ES
get behind the eight ball andar a la cuarta pregunta [v] ES
get behind the eight ball estar como la mona [v] SCN
get behind the eight ball andar como la mona [v] SCN
get behind the eight ball no tener una perra [v]
be behind the eight ball no tener una perra [v]
get behind the eight ball estar a dos velas [v]
get behind the eight ball estar con una mano atrás y otra adelante [v]
get behind the eight ball estar palmado [v]
get behind the eight ball estar pelado [v]
get behind the eight ball estar sin blanca [v]
get behind the eight ball estar sin un real [v]
get behind the eight ball no tener blanca [v]
get behind the eight ball no tener ni un real [v]
get behind the eight ball no tener un céntimo [v]
be behind the eight ball estar a dos velas [v]
be behind the eight ball estar con una mano atrás y otra adelante [v]
be behind the eight ball estar palmado [v]
be behind the eight ball estar pelado [v]
be behind the eight ball estar sin blanca [v]