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Meanings of "dress" in Spanish English Dictionary : 110 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
dress vestido [m]
dress vestir [v]
dress traje [m]
dress ataviar [v]
dress trajear [v]
dress atuendo [m]
General
dress saya [f]
dress indumentaria [f]
dress ropa [f]
dress aderezar [v]
dress adobar [v]
dress empavesar [v]
dress aliñar [v]
dress almohazar [v]
dress arreglar [v]
dress vendar [v]
dress desguazar [v]
dress zurrar [v]
dress indumento [m]
dress vestimenta [f]
dress aconchar (italiano) [v] disused
dress adeliñar [v] disused
dress aderezar [v]
dress adobar [v]
dress adrezar [v] disused
dress alistar [v]
dress aprestar [v]
dress atruendo [m] disused
dress atuendo [m]
dress mudada [f] GT HN SV NI EC BO
dress curar [v]
dress condimentar [v]
dress arrear [v]
dress engalanar [v]
dress vestir (usar ropa) [v]
dress ponerse [v]
dress plantarse [v] HN
dress vestidura [f]
dress arropar [v]
dress aprensar [v]
dress acicalar [v]
dress apañar [v]
dress desbastar [v]
dress chantar [v] AMER
dress guarnecer [v]
dress guarnir [v]
dress labrar [v]
dress revestir [v]
dress revocar [v]
dress poner [v]
dress vestirse [v]
dress atavío [m]
dress aliño [m]
dress arreo [m]
dress hábito [m]
dress ornato [m]
dress túnico [m] CO HN
dress compostura [f]
dress ajustar [v]
dress adornar [v]
dress componer [v]
dress curar (las heridas) [v]
dress poner (la mesa) [v]
dress guisar [v]
dress cocinar [v]
dress peinar [v]
dress podar (una viña) [v]
dress desbastar (madera) [v]
dress amortajar [v]
dress componerse [v]
dress ataviarse [v]
dress alinearse [v]
dress tocado [m]
dress camisón [m] CO VE
Engineering
dress alineación [f]
dress ordenar (las conexiones) [v]
dress ordenar las conexiones [v]
dress cepillar [v]
dress labrar [v]
dress aderezar [v]
dress acepillar [v]
dress vestuario [m]
Construction
dress revocar [v]
dress labrar [v]
Technical
dress cultivar [v]
dress poner en orden [v]
dress aplanar [v]
dress desbarbar [v]
dress allanar [v]
dress cepillar [v]
dress terminar [v]
dress reacondicionar [v]
dress podar [v]
dress cortar a dimensiones [v]
dress adiestrar [v]
dress alinear [v]
dress ordenar [v]
dress tallar [v]
Television
dress porte [m]
Aeronautics
dress rectificar [v]
dress alisar [v]
dress formar filas
Nautical
dress cepillar [v]
Mining
dress preparación [f]
dress preparar minerales [v]
Petrol
dress (bit) afilar [v]
dress aguzar [v]
dress acondicionar herramientas de perforación
Literature
dress veste [f]
Production
dress desbarbar [v]

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

English Spanish
Common
shroud (dress for the dead) mortaja [f]
dress coat casaca [f]
(dress) train cola [f]
hem (of a dress) orilla [f]
(a dress) to try on probar [v]
dress (a wound) curar [v]
dress up vestir [v]
clothe (to put clothes on; dress) vestir [v]
evening dress frac [m]
full dress frac [m]
dress-coat frac [m]
General
dress up as disfrazarse de [v]
dress up disfrazarse [v]
dress up acicalar [v]
dress up aderezar [v]
dress up aderezarse [v]
dress up emperifollarse [v]
dress up engalanarse [v]
dress up alistarse [v] NI PA VE PE CL
dress up entarascar [v]
dress up componerse [v]
dress up prenderse [v]
dress down articular [v] CL CO
dress up ataviar [v]
dress up ataviarse [v]
cross-dress travestirse [v]
dress well vestir bien [v]
dress badly vestir mal [v]
dress up repulir [v]
fancy dress disfraz [m]
pinafore dress pichi [m]
dress circle anfiteatro [m]
long dress faldón [m]
pinafore dress mandil [m]
dress pin aguja [f]
silk dress albadena (árabe) [f] disused
flamenco dress bata de cola [f]
antique fabric for dress linings camanonca [f]
small dress coat casaquilla [f]
dress tail colilla [f]
dress up adeliñarse [v] disused
dress up aderezarse [v]
dress up adonarse [v] disused
dress up adornar [v]
dress oneself up adornarse [v]
dress up alindar [v]
dress oneself up alindarse [v]
dress up aliñar [v]
dress oneself up aliñarse [v]
dress oneself up alistarse [v]
dress oneself in alistarse [v]
dress up apañar [v]
dress oneself up ostentatiously aparatarse [v]
dress up aparejar [v]
dress oneself up aparejarse [v]
dress with clay arcillar [v]
dress flashy atusarse [v]
dress food aviar [v]
arab head-dress alfareme (árabe) [m]
dress up apaño [m]
traditional dress aparejo real [m]
short dress baticulo [m] rare
dress coat capuz (francés) [m]
traditional ecuadorian and bolivian dress centro [m]
short dress tail colín [m]
bosom of dress pechera [f]
baby dress ropa de bebé [f]
house dress bata de casa [f]
house dress bata de levantarse [f] NI CO CL
house dress batita de levantarse [f] DO
little girl dress bata [f] CU
dress shirt blusa [f] VE:W disused
maternity dress batita [f] HN
maternity dress batita de maternidad [f] DO
child's party dress cacona [f] DO
mestizo woman who has changed the skirt for the dress worn by women of higher social class birlocha [f] BO
men's dress shirt blusa [f] VE:W disused
mestizo woman who has changed the skirt for the dress worn by women of higher social class apicera [f] BO
dress clothes ropa de vestir [f]
dress shirt camisa de vestir [f]
dress shop tienda de ropa [f]
dress shop tienda de vestidos [f]
dress shoe chinela [f] HN
person with good taste who pays attention to how they dress fachera [f] BO:S AR UY
fringe or ribbon used to decorate or hem the border of a cloth or dress guarda [f] NI CR EC:S PE CL UY
uneducated person who doesn't dress properly comunacha [f] PY derog.
little girl that carries the train of the bride's dress in a wedding colera [f] PA
house dress levantadora [f] CO
sleeveless baby dress, buttoned in the front mañanita [f] NI
shawl or mantel of fine cotton typical of chola dress macana [f] EC BO
set of garments or ornaments to dress elegantly paquetería [f] PY AR
young woman who likes to dress up to show off pinganilla [f] EC BO
young woman who likes to dress up to show off pinganilla [f] PE disused
dress clothes ropa de color [f] HN NI
dress clothes ropa de vestir [f] HN
casual dress tenida casual [f] CL
formal dress tenida formal [f] CL
sun dress solera [f] BO CL PY AR UY
sleeveless and low cut dress solera [f] BO CL PY AR UY
wear (dress) puesta [f]
dress oneself in mourning enlutarse [v]
dress a ship with flags empavesar [v]
dress up in one's sunday best endomingarse [v]
dress for burial amortajar [v]
dress up emperifollar [v]
dress up emperejilar [v]
dress one's hair peinarse [v]
do or dress one's hair tocarse [v]
dress oneself ataviarse [v]
dress and make up for caracterizar [v]
adjust (dress) ceñir [v]
dress up embellecer [v]
dress up maquillar [v] fig.
dress warmly abrigarse [v]
dress up ponerse bonito [v]
wear fancy dress ponerse bonito [v]
wear fancy dress embellecer [v]
dress warmly vestirse con ropa de abrigo [v]
dress up as vestirse de [v]
dress a salad aliñar una ensalada [v]
dress a salad aderezar una ensalada [v]
dress lightly aligerarse de ropa [v]
dress up arriscarse [v] CAM
know how to dress saber vestir [v]
wear dress in rags estar hecho un harapo [v]
dress casually vestir de sport [v]
dress casually vestir informalmente [v]
dress up trajearse [v]
dress someone like a chute (young men well dressed in the latest fashion) achutar [v] CL
dress outlandishly afocar [v] CU VE
dress and groom with care achivarse [v] SV
dress sharp afutrarse (de futre) [v] BO CL
dress up a child alistar [v] NI PA BO AR
dress to the nines atusarse [v]
dress up elegantly apirularse [v] CL
dress nicely arriscar [v] SV
buy a wedding dress comprar un vestido de novia [v]
dress up a child so as to look as an adult agrandar [v] AR:W
have an irregular hem (for a dress) bembear [v] CU
(a dress) fit calzar [v] CL AR EC UY rare
dress elegantly show off bacanear [v] BO
dress up elegantly catrinearse [v] HN SV NI CR rare
dress up elegantly chanearse [v] CR
dress someone up amononar [v] CL
dress up amononarse [v] CL
be late for the dress rehearsal llegar tarde al ensayo de vestuario [v]
dress off quitarse la ropa [v]
dress a wound vendar una herida [v]
dress as if it is summer vestir como si fuera verano [v]
dress appropriately for the occasion vestir apropiadamente para la ocasión [v]
dress down the waiter for bringing cold soup regañar al camarero por traer la sopa fría [v]
dress in civilian clothes vestirse con ropa de civil [v]
dress in plain clothes vestirse con ropa de calle [v]
dress hurriedly vestirse apresuradamente [v]
dress immodestly vestirse inmodestamente [v]
dress in a sexually provocative manner vestirse de una manera provocativa [v]
dress one's leg vendarse la propia pierna [v]
dress off quitarse el vestido [v]
dress quickly vestirse rápidamente [v]
dress one's wound vendarse la propia herida [v]
dress plainly vestir sin gracia [v]
dress ship empavesar una embarcación [v]
dress sporty vestir con ropa deportiva [v]
dress somebody down reprender a alguien [v]
dress up like a superhero vestirse como un superhéroe [v]
dress up like her mom vestirse como su madre [v]
dress the baby vestir al bebé [v]
dress up smartly vestir bien [v]
dress oneself vestirse uno mismo [v]
dress somebody down reñir a alguien [v]
dress immodestly vestirse de manera atrevida [v]
dress plainly vestir sosamente [v]
dress ship decorar un barco con banderas para una ocasión especial [v]
dress in a sexually provocative manner vestirse de manera sexualmente provocativa [v]
dress somebody down darle un rapapolvos a alguien [v]
dress folding doblar ropa [v]
dress somebody down vestir a alguien con ropa informal [v]
dress ship embanderar una embarcación [v]
dress poorly desguanguañar [v] NI
dress oneself neatly and elegantly changuearse [v] HN
dress oneself elegantly chajinearse [v] NI
dress oneself with haste and, sometimes, carelessly chantar [v] EC PE BO CL AR
dress oneself chantarse [v] CO EC PE BO
dress oneself hastily chantarse [v] CL
dress oneself up like a cholo cholear [v] HN
dress oneself smartly cepillarse [v] PR
dress well catrinear [v] CR disused
dress oneself elegantly catrinearse [v] HN SV NI
dress oneself elegantly catrinearse [v] CR disused
dress elegantly catrinear [v] CR disused
dress oneself elegantly guajearse [v] HN
dress and prepare the images of saints in a church, especially before a festival or procession componer [v] AR:Nw disused
dress oneself elegantly enfirolarse [v] VE
dress oneself elegantly engaripolarse [v] VE
dress oneself elegantly enjergarse [v] PR
dress elegantly encachinarse [v] EC
dress oneself elegantly encatrinarse [v] MX GT SV DO
dress oneself elegantly entacucharse [v] MX GT
dress someone elegantly entacuchar [v] MX
dress up on sunday's dominguear [v] HN
dress someone up entacuchar [v] MX
dress oneself elegantly engringolarse [v] PR
dress oneself elegantly elegantearse [v] EC BO
dress oneself elegantly empercharse [v] CU DO PR VE
groom and dress oneself well emperendengarse [v] MX HN NI
groom and dress oneself well empericuetarse [v] NI
dress someone up empilchar [v] BO CL AR UY
dress elegantly empilcharse [v] CL AR UY
dress oneself elegantly empilcharse [v] AR UY BO
dress someone in a skirt empollerar [v] PA
dress oneself in one's finest clothes empotricarse [v] DO PR
dress oneself in one's finest clothes empotrillarse [v] PR
groom and dress oneself well emprendengarse [v] SV
dress elegantly encachinar [v] EC
groom and dress oneself well encachirular [v] CL
dress someone encaramar [v] HN CR
warmly dress oneself encurrucarse [v] PR CO:W VE
dress elegantly paquetearse [v] NI UY
dress up pituquearse [v] BO:W
dress up pincholearse [v] BO:E
dress up pinchulearse [v] BO:E,W
dress elegantly ternearse [v] CL
dress someone elegantly tipear [v] SV
dress oneself elegantly tipearse [v] SV
dress elegantly togarse [v] PA
garb (clothe; dress) vestir [v]
(dress) look good favorecer [v]
(dress) look good on favorecer [v]
(dress) suit favorecer [v]
frayed (dress/fabric) bichín [adj] HN derog.
ill-fitting (dress) abombachado [adj] CU DO PR BO CL
sleeveless or with short sleeves (dress or blouse) desmangado [adj] HN NI
short (dress) cuto (del náhuatl) [adj] GT SV
concerned with one's appearance and dress pepillito [adj] DO
concerned with one's appearance and dress pepillo [adj] DO
tight (dress, clothing) justo [adj]
dress circle (theatre) [uk] entresuelo [m]
bustle of woman's dress polisón [m]
full-dress coat frac [m]
wedding dress traje de novia [m]
dress rehearsal ensayo general [m]
little black dress little black dress [m]
little black dress vestidito negro [m]
morning dress chaqué [m]
morning dress chaquet [m]
frill (of a dress) faralá [m]
woman's dress túnico [m]
dress uniform uniforme [m]
sloppy dress and personal hygiene desaliño [m]
wedding dress vestido nupcial [m]
wedding dress vestido de novia [m]
garment for women, usually a dress or a petticoat, that is long, rough, ugly and usually old balandrán [m] CR
long and very wide one-piece dress. balandrán [m] HN SV NI
bespoke dress vestido a medida [m]
blue dress vestido de novia con adornos ostentosos [m]
bling wedding dress vestido de novia [m]
semi-formal dress birrete [m] HN
maternity dress bobito [m] BO
lack of taste in dress cacherío [m] AR:Nw rare
lack of taste in dress cacherío [m] UY rare
gold chain adorned with gold coins or pendants worn by women in typical panamanian dress cabestrillo [m] PA
woman's dress camisón [m] VE
dress forms maniquí de costura [m]
dress hanger colgador de ropa [m]
dress pattern patrón de vestido [m]
dress suit traje de vestir [m]
dress stone revestimiento de piedra fabricada [m]
dress with spots vestido con lunares [m]
dress-up game juego de vestirse [m]
dress-up game juego de disfrazarse [m]
dress pattern estampado [m]
beautiful new dress chachai (del chino) [m] PA child
beautiful new dress chachay [m] PA child
beautiful new dress chachai [m] PA
baptism dress faldellín [m] CU disused
baptism dress faldellín [m] NI DO VE
horsehair plume on the crest of a military helmet worn as part of the full dress uniform flamín [m] BO
person with good taste who pays attention to how they dress fachero [m] BO:S AR UY
dress down day casual day [m] PR
wedding dress ajuar [m] MX
man who likes to dress elegantly and rigorously follow fashion futre (francés) [m] EC BO CL disused
old, large, and worn-out dress gabán [m] NI derog.
top of a woman's dress corpiño [m] EC CL AR
uneducated person who doesn't dress properly comunacho [m] PY derog.
dress-coat colepato [m] NI
young rebel from the 1960s who is characterized by an attitude of protest against the establishment, expressed by their forms of speech, dress or striking life colérico [m] BO CL disused
any ornament that hangs from the body, such as necklaces or earrings, or from a dress or a saddle guilindaje [m] HN derog.
any ornament that hangs from the body, such as necklaces or earrings, or from a dress or a saddle guilinduje [m] HN SV
ball dress traje formal [m]
ball dress vestido de gala [m]
mourning dress disimulo [m] DO
bright and boldly colored dress matachinado [m] CO:C
men's dress shoe makario [m] PE
dress making pattern molde [m] PA
young man who likes to dress up to show off pinganillo [m] EC BO
young man who likes to dress up to show off pinganillo [m] PE disused
new dress pollito [m] SV
fabric used for traditional dress worn by indigenous women saburete [m] PA
dress-coat yacumín [m] AR disused
sun dress solero [m] AR UY disused
wide dress without fitting zambuco [m] CU
dress suit vestido de hombre [m] PA CO
dress suit vestido sastre [m] CO
dress coat vestón [m] BO CL
sleeveless and low cut dress solero [m] AR UY disused
dress-down day viernes de colores [m] DO
dress suit traje de carácter [m] EC
militia uniform that members of the army dress in for public acts traje de parada [m] BO
dress jacket vestón [m] BO CL
traditional dress worn by ecuadorian and bolivian women centro [m]
part of a dress that covers the shoulder hombro [m]
low class person who tends to display aggressive behavior and dress in an exaggerated manner flaite [m/f] CL derog.
person with good taste who pays attention to how they dress facha [m/f] UY
person who is not physically graceful, is ungainly, or does not know how to dress properly malagracia [m/f] PE BO:E
dress accessories accesorios de vestir [m/pl]
dress clothes prendas de vestir [f/pl]
two-piece dress vestido de dos piezas
traditional dress traje típico
pinafore dress vestido de tirantes
fancy dress ball baile de etiqueta
little black dress un vestidito negro
frilly dress worn by flamenco dancers vestido de faralaes
dress circle piso principal
dress rehearsal ensayo general
bridal dress traje de novia
evening dress traje de etiqueta
evening dress traje de noche
fancy-dress party fiesta de disfraces
national dress traje típico de un país
a dress of silk un vestido de seda
maternity dress vestido premamá
wedding dress traje de novia
dress code código de vestimenta
low-cut dress vestido escotado
dress designer diseñador de vestidos
tight dress vestido apretado
dress shield elemento protector para prendas de vestir contra el sudor en las axilas
alb (religious dress) alba [f]
woman's morning dress chapona [f]
bell-shaped dress fringe campanilla [f]
head-dress of sisters of charity corneta [f]
part of a collegian's dress worn over the gown beca [f]
head-dress cofia [f]
train (dress) cola [f]
ancient head-dress resembling a nun's wimple cariñana [f]
motley dress botarga [f]
dress-coat casaca [f]
gay and gaudy dress gaitería [f]
gala dress gala [f]
court dress gala [f]
pretty dress/ornament galanura [f]
kind of head-dress for women escarcela [f]
head-dress of gauze escofia [f] disused
flamboyancy in dress or ornamentation garambaina [f]
negligence in dress espesura [f] fig.
a tunic or dress of silk or leather, sleeveless, and reaching to the calf of the leg, worn over the armour gonela [f]
ostentation in dress guapeza [f]
tawdry ornaments of dress guara [f]
fancy-dress masquerade máscara [f]
suspended balloon filled with sweets at a fancy dress ball piñata [f]
effeminacy in dress muñequería [f]
head-dress toca [f]
kind of rustic dress saltaembarca [f]
dress skirt saya [f]
persian head-dress tiara [f]
head-dress of gauze escofieta [f]
low cut in the neck (of a dress) escotadura [f]
one loud in dress/habits manola [f]
lower-class native of madrid loud in manners and dress chula [f]
dress leather apellar [v]
dress oneself aderezarse [v]
dress oneself atildar [v]
dress skins like chamois leather agamuzar [v]
dress,cook/season victuals aliñar [v]
dress oneself with affectation atusarse [v] fig.
dress smartly arriscar [v] PE SV rare
dress with an adze aparar [v]
give a décolleté cut to a woman's dress desgolletar [v]
dress foods cocer [v]
cook/dress food cocinar [v]
pull off the cap or head-dress from destocar [v]
dress/season foods and drinks condimentar [v]
cut low in the neck (dress) descotarse [v]
cook/dress food guisar [v]
dress (a dish) hacer [v]
dress skins with herbs herbar [v]
dress ships (with bunting) empavesar [v]
dress the head with a coif escofiar [v] disused
cut a dress to the figure escotar [v]
dress the hair high encopetar [v]
dress cloth engrasar [v]
dress pompously/gorgeously entoldarse [v]
fry/dress in a frying-pan friendo [v]
dress the hair peinar [v]
dress or season with wine and sour gravy lamprear [v]
dress meat with a slow fire rehogar [v]
dress in an elaborate way perfilarse [v]
dress down (ironic) propinar [v]
dress vines a second time rendar [v]
dress affectedly repulirse [v]
dress in purple purpurar [v]
dress to advantage lucirse [v]
dress flax rastrillar [v]
shift dress in fresh clothes mudar [v]
dress in fresh clothes mudar [v]
comb and dress (the hair) tocar [v]
dress flax tascar [v]
be affected in dress (game) soplarse [v]
dress hides/pelts with sumac zumacar [v]
dress (leather) zurrar [v]
cook/dress food aderezar [v]
dress affectedly repulirse [v]
cook/dress food condimentar [v]
cook/dress food aliñar [v]
array (to dress, especially in fine clothes; adorn) vestir [v]
(clothes, dress) be baggy in nadar [v]
affected (in dress) acicalado [adj]
dress of indian women anaco [m] PE BO
arab head-dress alfareme [m]
veil/head-dress for women alquinal [m]
false hair or wig worn by women to embellish their head-dress cairel [m]
lower-class native of madrid loud in manners and dress chulo [m]
band to hold the dress at the waist chumbe [m] SA
cord to hold the dress at the waist chumbe [m] CO PE
belt to hold the dress at the waist chumbe [m] SA
dress, costume of any material other than black silk camisón [m] CO VE
layman wearing a clerical dress clerizonte [m]
puff in dress bollo [m]
negligence in dress desaliño [m]
negligence in dress desatavío [m]
small jewel for head-dress brinco [m]
low-necked (dress) descote [m]
diving-dress escafandra [m]
head-dress made of net-work escofión [m]
low cut in the neck (of a dress) escotado [m]
small dress sword espadín [m]
dress formerly worn by women gonete [m]
waist in female dress jubón [m]
dress made of skins/furs pellico [m]
dress like a scapular paletoque [m]
mourning-dress monjil [m]
children's night-dress mameluco [m]
one loud in dress/habits manolo [m]
coarse stuff or dress saco [m]
dress allowance vestuario [m]
head-dress tocado [m]
woollen monastic dress túnico [m] CL
head-dress maker loquero [m]
flounce of a dress volante [m]
clown's dress sayo [m]
small dress sayuelo [m]
a dress which has become too short zancón [m] MX VE
mourning dress zulú [m] CU
belt to hold the dress at the waist ceñidor [m]
band to hold the dress at the waist ceñidor [m]
women's one-piece dress traje [m]
person fond of dress/fashion modista [m/f]
dress trimmings arrequives [m/pl]
tawdry ornaments in female dress cintajos [m/pl]
dress of ecclesiastics hábitos [m/pl]
dress trimmings firuletes [m/pl] AR BO EC PE PY UY
women's gaudy dress perendengues [m/pl]
tawdry ornaments in female dress cintarajos [m/pl]
dress-hoops caderillas [f/pl]
affected (in dress) acicalada [adj/f]
dress flax rastrillar lino [v]
dress hides adobar y curtir cueros [v]
dress the hair peinarse [v]
re-dress vestir de nuevo [v]
re-dress vestirse de nuevo [v]
habit (to clothe; dress) vestir [v]
full dress de gala [adj]
dress ball sarao [m]
fancy dress ball baile de disfraces [m]
fancy dress traje de capricho [m]
fatigue-dress traje de fajina [m]
bathing-dress traje de baño [m]
dress-suit traje de etiqueta [m]
dress-guard (carpentry) guardafangos [m]
court dress traje de corte [m]
dress coat frac [m]
full dress traje de etiqueta [m]
walking-dress traje de paseo [m]
wedding-dress traje nupcial [m]
toilet (dress; attire; costume) vestido [m]
trim (a person's dress, adornment, or appearance) vestido [m]
trim (dress or equipment) traje [m]
garb (a distinctive style or form of clothing; dress) traje [m]
dress coat casaca [f] CO
dress shirt cerristopa [f] ES local
dress up producirse [v] PR CL PY AR UY child
short flannel dress worn by indian women centro [m] EC
dress suit vestido [m] PA CO
habit (garb of a particular rank, profession, religious order, etc.; dress) traje [m]
small dress coat casaquín [m] derog.
ruana dress chamanto [m] CL
Idioms
dress someone down dar una soba a alguien [v]
dress someone down dar un meneo a alguien [v]
dress someone down cantar la cartilla a alguien [v]
dress someone down leer la cartilla a alguien [v]