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Meanings of "light" in Spanish English Dictionary : 177 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
light luz [f]
light encender [v]
light iluminar [v]
light lucir [v]
light iluminado [adj]
light claro [adj]
light liviano [adj]
light resplandor [m]
light faro [m]
light farol [m]
Irregular Verb
light lit/lighted - lit/lighted [v]
General
light candela [f]
light ensaimada [f]
light claridad [f]
light lámpara [f]
light lumbre [f]
light encenderse [v]
light alumbrar [v]
light clarificar [v]
light ameno [adj]
light claro (color) [adj]
light sutil [adj]
light tenue [adj]
light leve [adj]
light leve (formal) [adj]
light ligero [adj]
light lumínico [adj]
light flojo [adj]
light desembarazado [adj]
light bonancible [adj]
light amena [adj/f]
light clara [adj/f]
light ligera [adj/f]
light liviana [adj/f]
light lumínica [adj/f]
light floja [adj/f]
light desembarazada [adj/f]
light suave [adj]
light aureola [f]
light abrasar [v]
light acender [v]
light acenderse [v]
light aflamar [v] disused
light alumbrar [v]
light apalambrar [v] disused
light agudo [adj]
light arijo [adj]
light bajo [adj]
light balso [adj] PA
light claro [adj]
light con poco equipaje [adv]
light lumbrera [f]
light luminaria [f]
light ralez [f] SV
light prender [v]
light aluzar [v] LAM
light incendiar [v]
light encandelillar [v] HN
light light [adj]
light somero [adj]
light desbravado [adj]
light fofo [adj]
light fofa [adj]
light con leche [adj]
light liviano [adj] formal
light fino [adj]
light escaso [adj]
light simple [adj]
light luminoso [adj]
light lleno de luz [adj]
light liviano [adj]
light liviano [adj] EC
light pajizo [adj] HN
light raleado [adj] BO CL UY
light simple [adj] NI CR CO EC PY
light simple [adj] CL
light delgado [adj]
light fulgor [m]
light conductor [m]
light mechero [m]
light trasluz [m]
light iluminado [m]
light escasa [adj/f]
light luminosa [adj/f]
light llena de luz [adj/f]
light noticia [f]
light terrezuela [f]
light velete [f]
light clarear [v]
light posar [v]
light alado [adj]
light ágil [adj]
light desgalgado [adj]
light blondo [adj]
light brillante [adj]
light frívolo [adj]
light fácil [adj]
light lene [adj] rare
light llevadero [adj]
light manual [adj]
light veraniego [adj]
light suelto [adj]
light resplandecimiento [m]
light ver [m]
light sayalete [m]
light alada [adj/f]
light llevadera [adj/f]
light suelta [adj/f]
light frívola [adj/f]
light blonda [adj/f]
light desgalgada [adj/f]
light veraniega [adj/f]
light bujía [f]
light publicidad [f]
light ilustración [f]
light vidrio de ventana [m]
light conocimiento [m]
light fina [adj/f]
Idioms
light volar fuego [v] CR
Colloquial
light correntío [adj]
light enserenado [adj] EC rur.
light alcornoque
light payaso
Slang
light luciérnaga [f] SV jail
Law
light alumbrado [m]
Engineering
light claraboya [f]
light claridad [f]
light lumbre [f]
light luz [f]
light alumbrar [v]
light iluminar [v]
light sencillo [adj]
light leve [adj]
light ligero [adj]
light delgado [adj]
light tragaluz [m]
light resplandor [m]
light de poco peso
light en lastre
light buque faro
light en vacío
light señal luminosa
Physics
light lumínico [m]
Chemistry
light diáfano [adj]
Metrology
light ligero [adj]
Geology
light liviano [adj]
light (color) claro [adj]
light faro [m]
Medicine
light lux [f]
light rubio [adj]
light vaporoso [adj]
Nursing Terms
light iluminación [f]
Construction
light alegre [adj]
Technical
light posarse [v]
light alijar [v]
light ralo [adj]
Mechanics
light en vacío [adj]
light ligero [adj]
light liviano [adj]
light en vacío
Machinery
light vacío en [adj]
Printing
light luz actínica [f]
light luz actínica
Aeronautics
light descender [v]
light esponjoso [adj]
light piloto [m]
light emisión de luz
Agriculture
light arijo [adj]
light arija [adj/f]
Gastronomy
light bajo en grasas
Energy
light ligero [m]
light encender [m]
Diving
light foco [m]
Hairdressing
light claro (tono)
Arts
light vago [adj]
light vaga [adj/f]
Literature
light lampo [m]

Meanings of "light" in English Spanish Dictionary : 9 result(s)

Spanish English
General
light [adj] watered-down
light [adj] low-calorie
light [adj] toned-down
light [adj] low-tar
light [adj] light
light [adj] lacking seriousness
light [adj] lite
light [adj] [of cigarettes] light
Engineering
light [adj] runway

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

English Spanish
Common
get light aclarar [v]
beam of light raza [f]
half-light penumbra [f]
ray of light raza [f]
sudden flash (of light) ráfaga [f]
light bulb bombilla [f]
light up encender [v]
light-bodied flojo [adj]
light-sensitive fotosensible [adj]
light pen fotolápiz [m]
light breeze flojito [m]
type of light galician wine albariño [m]
light motorcycle velomotor [m]
light bulb foco [m]
General
light truck camioneta [f]
light opera opereta [f]
light meal colación [f]
light aircraft avioneta [f]
bengal light bengala [f]
spanish light opera zarzuela [f]
power (light) luz [f]
shower (light rainfall) lluvia [f]
light up iluminar [v]
light up iluminarse [v]
light up encenderse [v]
light up alumbrar [v]
shed light on alumbrar [v]
give light alumbrar [v]
shed light alumbrar [v]
light up clarear [v]
grow light clarear [v]
light up clarificar [v]
shed light on esclarecer [v]
light up esclarecer [v]
light up prender [v]
come to light salir a la luz [v]
light the fire encender el fuego [v]
light-coloured rubio [adj]
light-colored [us] rubio [adj]
light brown carmelito [adj] CO CU
light-heavyweight semipesado [adj]
light green cele [adj] CR
light-hearted ligero [adj]
light-fingered ratero [adj]
light green verdiblanco [adj]
light brown bermejo [adj]
light blue zarco [adj]
light-skinned güero [adj]
signal light destello [m]
revolving light rotativo [m]
fairy-light farolillo [m]
light meter fotómetro [m]
night light velador [m] AMER
pilot light piloto [m/f]
tail light piloto [m/f]
rear light piloto [m/f]
light-coloured rubia [adj/f]
light-colored [us] rubia [adj/f]
light brown carmelita [adj/f] CO CU
light-heavyweight semipesada [adj/f]
light-hearted ligera [adj/f]
light-fingered ratera [adj/f]
light green verdiblanca [adj/f]
light brown bermeja [adj/f]
light blue zarca [adj/f]
light-skinned güera [adj/f]
light blue celeste [adj]
light (material) fresco [adj]
light rain aguarrada [f]
light bulb ampolleta [f] CL
guiding light antorcha [f]
light artillery artillería ligera [f]
light aircraft avioneta [f]
light cotton fabric bambula [f]
light-skinned person blanca [f]
light bulb bomba [f]
light bulb bombilla [f]
light bulb sleeve camisa [f]
having light relief chatura [f]
device at a window to throw light downwards claraboya (francés) [f]
light comedy comedieta [f]
begin to get light aclarar [v]
get light aclarar [v]
grow light aclarar [v]
begin to get light aclarecer [v]
get light aclarecer [v]
grow light aclarecer [v]
grow poorly due to lack of light ahilarse [v]
light up alumbrar [v]
shine light alumbrar [v]
shed light on alumbrar [v] disused
examine eggs with a reflected light aguzar [v] DO PR
light up balacear [v] MX HN SV CU
light chestnut-colored acabellado [adj] disused
light red aloque (árabe) [adj]
light red-colored aloque (árabe) [adj]
give off light alumbrador [adj]
light-skinned blanco [adj]
light brown carmelita [adj]
with a light cold catarroso [adj]
light blue-colored celeste [adj]
with light relief chato [adj]
seeing the light aguzamiento [m]
growing poorly due to lack of light ahilamiento [m]
growing poorly due to lack of light ahílo [m]
horse used by arabs for light cavalry alfaraz (árabe) [m]
light red aloque (árabe) [m]
fog light antiniebla [m]
street light arbotante (francés) [m] MX
red-light district barrio chino [m]
light-skinned person blanco [m]
light ship buque en rosca [m]
light socket casquillo [m]
person with a light cold catarroso [m]
light ship that used to transmit news during time of war catascopio [m]
light bed catre (portugués) [m]
light infantry cazador [m]
light blue celeste [m]
seven-light church candelabra centillero [m]
morion for light cavalry, and later for troops chacó (húngaro) [m]
combination of light and heavy strokes in penmanship claroscuro [m]
light clouds celajes [m/pl]
in a light way ligeramente [adv]
as clear as light claro y cristalino [adv]
as clear as light tan claro como la luz [adv]
first light a buena mañana [adv] HN SV
light woolen fabric lanilla [f]
light-hearted spanish folk song tonadilla [f]
guiding light antorcha [f]
runway light baliza [f]
street light farola [f]
study of light óptica [f]
light blue (color) celeste [f]
light bulb bombita [f]
light bulb ampolleta [f]
light-woven raza [f]
type of light opera zarzuela [f]
light motor van camioneta [f]
back light calavera [f]
light snowfall nevisca [f]
light or fine cardboard cartulina [f]
light-giving body lumbrera [f]
light bulb ampolleta [f] CL
green light aprobación [f]
excessive sensitivity to light fotofobia [f]
kind of light spherical helmet celada [f]
device producing light lámpara [f]
light bulb bombilla [f] ES
light bulb lamparita [f] AR UY
light bulb bujía [f] NI
former measurement of brightness of a light source candela [f]
light produced by fire lumbre [f]
light snow nevisca [f]
light jacket cazadora [f]
long and light canoe curiara  [f] VE CO
votive light alumbradora [f]
artificial light film película de luz artificial [f]
accessory light luz accesoria [f]
brilliant light luz brillante [f]
background light luz de fondo [f]
light drink aguachacha [f] CR
light drink agua de moledero [f] CR
light drink agua chacha [f] CR
tail light calavera [f] MX
a chain made up of thin, small scalloped coats, set with gold ribbons, and from where a light cross hangs cadena guachapalí [f] PA
a pool of a river with light blue water azulera [f] HN
night light anticuca [f] CL
light seen from afar (vehicle) brasita [f] HN rur.
light bulb ampolleta [f] EC CL
light bulb ampolleta [f] BO derog.
light bulb bombita [f] AR UY
light rain brisa [f] HN NI CU DO
light rain brizna [f] CO
light rain brizna [f] VE:W
light rain lluvia menuda [f]
light bulb bujía [f] HN
electrical light luz eléctrica [f]
electric-light bulb bombilla eléctrica [f]
light colored tobacco leaf clarona [f] CU
electric-light bugs cucaracha de agua [f] AR UY
disease that destroys the leaves or fruits of crops such as coffee, corn, and rice, caused by the fungus cercospora coffeicola, which produces small circular light brown or reddish brown spots on leaves chasparria [f] NI CR
first light clareada [f] HN
firewood and grass used to light a bonfire champa [f] CL BO AR:Nw
light rain silampa [f] SV NI
light rain cilampa (del quechua) [f] NI CR disused rur.
highway construction light chismosa [f] HN rur.
very light mesh made of reeds joined together with a flexible seam esterilla [f] BO:Ne CL UY
accessory light luz accesoria [f]
fluorescent light bulb candela [f] GT HN SV NI
light or reflection produced by water candelilla [f] PR
light-skinned and light-haired woman catira [f] VE
light-skinned and light-haired woman catirrucia [f] VE
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair choca [f] BO
very porous and light cookie usually covered with sugar, made with flower sugar, wheat flour, and eggs galleta de champaña [f] BO CL
group of us citizens or foreigners with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringada [f] BO
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringa [f] EC BO CL
latina with light skin and eyes gringa de agua dulce [f] HN derog.
rear section of a car on some old american models, with light supports in the form of high peaks cola de pato [f] CU
very light sweet, usually oval shaped, that is baked, covered with caramel and sugar colación [f] AR
light truck combi [f] MX PY
ambulance light luz de ambulancia [f]
person with light skin but mestizo features india chele [f] SV derog.
bunch of resinous pine or ocote chips are used to light hochonada [f] HN rur.
artificial light film película con iluminación artificial [f]
light rain jarina [f] DO
fluorescent light bulb lámpara de luz fría [f] CU
brake light luz de estop [f] CO VE BO PY
hunting light encandiladora [f] CR rur.
light truck miota [f] EC:W PE
woman with light colored eyes musha [f] PE:E rur.
person with light colored eyes mutishca [f] PE:E
light aircraft that illegally transports drugs narcoavioneta [f] HN SV NI PE BO
light and fleeting rain paramada [f] EC
light snow plumilla [f] CL
dark-skinned person who only wants a romantic relationship with someone light-skinned piola [f] CU
yellow light preventiva [f] MX
set of light posts postación [f] EC CL cult
placement of light posts postación [f] EC CL cult
light scratch rasmillada [f] CL
light scratch rasmilladura [f] PE
improvised house made with light and precarious materials rancha [f] CL
improvised house made with light and precarious materials rancha [f] HN SV NI
recessed light fixture socket roseta [f] PR
light socket roseta [f] CO
heat and light produced by solar reverberation resolana [f] CU DO PY
person of white and black parents with light skin and eyes and curly light brown or blond hair rusa [f] CU
light rain silampa [f] SV NI
light rain tapayagua [f] MX
light beating and shaking zangarreada [f] SV
red light district zona de tolerancia [f] MX CO VE PE
red light district zona roja [f] MX HN NI CR VE EC BO PY AR UY
light fracture trizadura [f] EC PE CL AR UY
person with a light cold catarrosa [f]
throw light on esclarecer [v]
give out light alumbrar [v]
come to light descubrirse [v]
get light clarear [v]
(one's eye) to light up brillar (los ojos) [v]
(one's eye) to light up centellear (los ojos) [v]
(the light) be on estar encendida (la luz) [v]
(the light) be on estar prendida (la luz) [v] AMER
(the light) be on estar puesta (la luz) [v] ES
(light) filter filtrase (la luz) [v]
(one's eye) to light up resplandecer (los ojos) [v]
blink (light or eyes) parpadear [v]
shed light (on) alumbrar [v]
light up enardecer [v]
light up aluzar [v] LAM
come to light esclarecer [v]
turn on (light/device) prender [v]
bring to light exponer [v]
bring to light revelar [v]
bring to light exhibir [v]
make light in weight aligerar [v]
emit light brillar [v]
bring to light hacer público [v]
be a light sleeper tener el sueño ligero [v]
come to light saberse algo [v]
bring to light sacar a luz [v]
make light of restar valor a [v]
make light of quitar valor a [v]
bring something to light sacar algo a la luz [v]
deflect light desviar la luz [v]
run a light saltarse un semáforo [v]
light the way for iluminar el camino para [v]
run the light saltarse el semáforo (en rojo) [v]
be blinded by the light ser cegado por la luz [v]
light the pilot encender el piloto [v]
light the fire encender la lumbre [v]
see the light entrar en razón [v]
light the way alumbrar el camino [v]
light the way iluminar el camino [v]
bring to light sacar a la luz [v]
bring to light dar a la luz [v]
turn the light on dar la luz [v]
turn on the light dar la luz [v]
turn the light on prender la luz [v]
turn on the light prender la luz [v]
turn on the light encender la luz [v] ES
turn the light on encender la luz [v] ES
turn out the light apagar la luz [v]
turn the light off apagar la luz [v]
turn off the light apagar la luz [v]
turn the light out apagar la luz [v]
see the light ver la luz [v]
come to light traslucirse [v]
bring something to light poner algo de manifiesto [v]
take a light repast between meals tomar un refrigerio [v]
take a light repast between meals comer un refrigerio [v]
light the fire encender la chimenea [v]
light the fireplace encender la chimenea [v]
place a partition or a light wall entabicar [v] HN MX
fill with light alumbrar [v] NI PA DO PR BO
examine an egg against the light alumbrar [v] DO rare
fill with light aluzar [v] US MX HN DO PR
focus light on a certain point aluzar [v] DO PR
look at something in the light aluzar [v] DO PR
light candles for the dead velar [v]
flicker/flutter as flame/light parpadear [v]
show the light alumbrar [v]
light up encandilar [v]
bring light sacar a la luz [v]
bring light traer luz [v]
eat something light between meals apuntalar [v] CR rare
eat something light between meals apuntalar [v] CU
ask for a light pedir un fósforo [v]
block the light bloquear la luz [v]
ask for a light pedir que alguien le encienda un cigarrillo [v]
be millions of light years away from earth encontrarse a millones de años luz de distancia de la tierra [v]
be millions of light years away from earth estar a millones de años luz de la tierra [v]
hang a light load from a saddle chasnar [v] AR:Nw rur.
illuminate with a light or flashlight foquear [v] GT HN NI
call someone's attention by giving them a light tap with one's elbow codear [v] SV BO PY UY CL rare
light rain jariniar [v] DO
hunt or fish using a light lamparear [v] MX PA
blind someone with a bright light lamparear [v] MX
turn off the light ensuichar (inglés switch) [v] HN
place a light wall entabicar [v] MX GT HN PR BO AR
light up lucear [v] SV rur.
light up encandelillar [v] HN
shine a light on lucear [v] SV rur.
light candles for a saint encandelar [v] SV
travel light mochilear [v] EC
turn a light off and on pispilear [v] GT HN cult
strike a match to light it rastrillar [v] CO:W
light-absorbing fotoabsorbente [adj]
light-positive fotoconductor [adj]
light red rosillo [adj]
with light skin and/or blond hair güero [adj] MX
pertaining to light lumínico [adj]
[of cigarettes] light light [adj]
light hearted despreocupado [adj]
filled with light lleno de luz [adj]
light-headed mareado [adj]
light-hearted frívolo [adj]
as light as ligero como [adj]
as light as tan ligero como [adj]
light brown (skin tone) arrosquetado [adj] VE
light brown aguarapado [adj] VE
light yellow bayo [adj] CR CU
light and fluffy bofo [adj] SV
of light brown skin amarcigado [adj] PE
light (current of air) brisáceo [adj] HN NI
light brown with colored spots (pet and cattle hair) brisiado [adj] HN
light yellowish brown (birds) anteado [adj] HN
light skinned and clear-eyed blonde chelón [adj] GT HN SV
light skinned (blonde) chelusquío [adj] HN rur.
very light skinned chele [adj] GT HN SV NI CR rur.
light (stew) chuyo [adj] EC rare
light (substance) chuyo [adj] AR:Nw
light (meal) chuyo [adj] EC rare
light brown (hair) choco [adj] BO
native of eastern bolivia, generally light-skinned with a high social and economic level carai [adj] BO:Ne,E derog.
native of eastern bolivia, generally light-skinned with a high social and economic level carayana [adj] BO:Ne,E derog.
light golden-colored (horse) alambrado [adj] CU
light brown carmelita [adj] BO CL
light-brown colored carmelita [adj] BO
light-brown colored carmelo [adj] CR disused
light-brown colored carmelo [adj] PA
light-haired grencho [adj] HN
with light colored feathers (fighter cock) giro (italiano) [adj] EC rare
light-colored (eyes) galano [adj] DO
light skinned due to lack of exposure to the sun (person) crudo [adj] PE
light brown colored ishcaco [adj] GT
light brown colored ixcaco [adj] GT SV
pertaining to the color light brown ishcaco [adj] GT
pertaining to the color light brown ixcaco [adj] GT SV
light brown ishcaco [adj] GT
light brown ixcaco [adj] GT SV
light brown colored ixcaco [adj] GT SV
relating to the color light brown ixcaco [adj] GT SV
having light colored skin and curly hair jabado [adj] PA DO
as clear as light más claro que el agua [adj]
as clear as light tan claro como la luz [adj]
as clear as light tan claro como la luz del día [adj]
as light as tan ligero como [adj]
light-haired jovero [adj] BO
foreigner with light skin and hair kanka [adj] BO
light-weight (vehicle) liviano [adj] HN SV DO CO EC
blinded by a bright light lampareado [adj] MX
having red, blond, or light brown hair jovero [adj] BO
in the spot light enluzado [adj] HN SV
having light gray and white feathers lorigado [adj] HN PR
having light gray and white feathers lorigado [adj] MX:Se rur.
having light gray and white feathers lorigo [adj] PR
light-skinned desteñido [adj] MX DO PE
light-haired pacucho [adj] PE:E rur.
light-weight pollo [adj] PE BO
with light brown hair rubión [adj] PR UY
light orange-colored zapoteado [adj] HN
light-brown tabaco [adj]
by candle light a la luz de las velas [adj]
by the light of day a la luz del día [adj]
light touch roce [m]
light-emitting luminífero [m]
light seen through a translucent body trasluz [m]
light meal tentempié [m]
light blue azul claro [m]
light-emitting diode diodo electroluminiscente [m]
light-year año luz [m]
light-emitting diode diodo emisor de luz [m]
someone with light skin güero [m] MX
ray of light rayo de luz [m]
red light camera fotorrojo [m]
ultra light rail tren ultraligero [m]
device producing beam of light láser [m]
light-emitting diode diodo luminoso [m]
light-emitting diode led [m]
green light luz verde [m]
burst of light relámpago [m]
someone that lives in a lighthouse and tends the light farero [m]
flash of light rayo [m]
flash of light relámpago [m]
light switch interruptor [m]
tool for measuring the absorption of light by chemical substances espectrómetro [m]
light bulb (caribe/colombia/costa rica/nicaragua/panama/venezuela) bombillo [m]
light bulb (bolivia/colombian atlantic coast/ecuador/el salvador/guatemala/honduras/méxico/perú) foco [m]
traffic light semáforo [m]
drizzle (light rain) sirimiri [m]
wall light aplique [m]
snack (light meal) refrigerio [m]
light and/or unaffectionate hug abracejo [m]
light bulb bombillo [m] CAM CO
light globe bombillo [m] CAM CO
(light) earthquake temblor [m]
pilot light piloto [m]
light chestnut horse or cow with a white face melao frontino [m] VE
typical plainsman’s suit of linen, light color with breeches and jacket with pockets liquiliquí [m] CO VE
typical plainsman’s suit of linen, light color with breeches and jacket with pockets liquiliqui [m] CO VE
shaft of light haz [m]
light post arbotante [m] MX
neon light advertisement aviso luminoso [m] HN DO CO VE BO PY UY
beige light beige claro [m]
can light punto de luz en el techo [m]
red-light district barrio bravo [m] CL
red-light district barrio rojo [m] EC PE
flashing light biombo [m] PR
red light district cafichazgo [m] PE
a game played on a rectangular court by players with light rackets used to hit a shuttlecock over a high net badminton [m] PR VE
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire achagual [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire achagual [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire acahual [m] MX
suit of a light-colored jacket and dark trousers bocadillo [m] CO disused
light spin or jump in the air bote [m] CO
light touch amapacho [m] DO
a creature very close to white due to their light skin color and features blanconazo [m] CU
light yellowish brown bird anteado [m] HN
man with light blue eyes buticaco [m] DO
a light synthetic material used as thermal insulation aislápol (aislapol®) [m] CL
a light synthetic material used as thermal insulation aislapol [m] CL
electric-light bulb bombillo eléctrico [m]
red-light district cumajón [m] HN:N rur.
light bulb socket cubo [m] PR
light load carried by a horse cinchaco [m] AR:Nw
very light drizzle cernidito [m] CU
small light brown bean with a small white dot on the germination line chímbaro [m] HN
light skinned foreigner choco [m] BO
very light and resistant fiber from the piassava palm from which brooms, nautical cables, and ropes are made chiquichique [m] VE
glass exterior of a light bulb fanal [m] EC
very short period of time between the change of the traffic light from green to red, or vice versa entreverde [m] CL
light structure made of cement and metal ferrocemento [m] EC CL rare
light meal or snack consumed outside of the home, typically when on an excursion fiambre [m] CO:W,Sw EC:S PE BO
flash light flashlight (inglés) [m] US PR
appetizer or light meal esnack (inglés snack) [m] US
cafeteria or bar where one can have snacks and light meals esnack bar [m] HN CU
light physical punishment given to a child estrujón [m] PR
illumination with a light or lantern focazo [m] HN
light bulb foco [m] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU CO:N,W VE EC PE BO CL PY AR
base (light bulb) cepillo [m] NI
light-skinned and light-haired man catire [m] VE
light-skinned and light-haired man catirrucio [m] VE
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair choco [m] BO
rooster with light to dark red feathers gallo indio [m] CU PR rur.
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringo [m] EC BO CL
latino with light skin and eyes gringo de agua dulce [m] HN derog.
group of us citizens or foreigners with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringuerío [m] BO
small restaurant where drinks and light meals are served copetín [m] PY
light meal taken to work or on a trip or excursion comiso [m] CO
light orange color color zapote [m] HN CR
person with light skin but mestizo features indio chele [m] SV derog.
beams of light that emanate from or converge on a point hachón [m] HN
light brown ishcaco [m] GT
light brown ixcaco [m] GT SV
spot light lamparazo [m] SV
very light vegetable wool obtained from the seed of the kapok tree kapok (inglés kapoc) [m] US PR rare
light-colored linen jacket liquilique [m] CO:E,N VE
light-colored linen suit liquilique [m] CO:E,N VE
apparatus used to steal electricity from a street light diablito [m] MX GT
apparatus used to steal electricity from a street light diablo [m] MX
light watering entable [m] PE
flash of light luzazo [m] GT
brake light estop [m] HN CO
light-fingered malandrín [m] DO CO EC BO:W PY AR UY
animal with light colored eyes ojo de gato [m] PE
fog light neblinero [m] CU EC CL
traveling light mochileo [m] EC CL
person with light colored eyes ojo de gato [m] PE
small reflective light ojo de gato [m] AR UY
person with light colored eyes ojo de gorgojo [m] SV
person with light colored eyes mutishco [m] PE:E