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Meanings of "short" in Spanish English Dictionary : 205 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
short corto [adj]
short bajo [adj]
short breve [adj]
short escarpado [adj]
short falto [adj]
General
short butuco [adj] HN
short sobado [adj]
short chaparro [adj] BO CAM MX
short chato [adj]
short chingo [adj] CAM
short pequeño [adj]
short tungo [adj] AMER
short flaco [adj]
short currutaco [adj] AR MX CO VE DO
short cuto [adj] GT HN SV
short bajetón [adj] CU DO PR
short mocho [adj]
short complemento [m]
short cortometraje [m]
short sobada [adj/f]
short chaparra [adj/f] BO CAM MX
short chata [adj/f]
short chinga [adj/f] CAM
short tunga [adj/f] AMER
short flaca [adj/f]
short currutaca [adj/f] AR MX CO VE DO
short cuta [adj/f] GT HN SV
short bajetona [adj/f] CU DO PR
short mocha [adj/f]
short chaparro [adj] MX
short bajo [adv]
short apretado [adj]
short bajo [adj]
short cencerrado [adj] disused
short ceñido [adj]
short chaparro (euskera) [adj]
short clausulado [adj] disused
short cortado [adj]
short corto [adj]
short defallecido [adj] disused
short delgado [adj] disused
short enano [adj]
short enano [adj] derog.
short faldicorto [adj]
short gofo [adj]
short achaparrado [adj]
short raquítico [adj]
short apretado [adj]
short retacón [adj]
short apurado [adj]
short alcanzado [adj] NI
short alcanzado [adj] PA
short chinco [adj] HN
short caturro [adj] CO:C
short catuta [adj] SV
short guasapo [adj] HN SV
short cortiñan [adj] CU
short cortiñán [adj] CU
short güino [adj] VE
short gurrumino [adj] HN NI
short minimoto [adj] NI child
short mirringo [adj] SV NI
short mirrusca [adj] CR
short papujado [adj] EC
short papujo [adj] PA PR EC PE rare
short pacho [adj] GT
short pache [adj] GT
short patucho [adj] EC:W
short petaco [adj] AR
short petiso [adj] CO EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
short petizo [adj] PE BO CL PY AR UY
short petizo [adj] AR UY
short pliqui [adj] PY
short piquinini [adj] DO
short pishirico [adj] GT
short pijiriche [adj] SV
short recortado [adj] CU
short sapo [adj] GT HN SV NI derog.
short tunco [adj] HN SV
short tunco [adj] GT
short zacatón [adj] HN SV
short sotolo [adj] EC:S
short tipache [adj] GT
short zaparruco [adj] NI
short zataco [adj] MX disused
short zopeti [adj] AR UY
short tacuaco [adj] CL derog.
short tacuaco [adj] CL
short zambo [adj] MX:S derog.
short zotaco [adj] MX derog.
short tataco [adj] PE:E
short escaso [adj]
short déficit [m]
short corto [m]
short cortocircuito [m]
short bajas [adj/pl]
short piquinina [adj/f] DO
short jaqueta [f] disused
short aparrado [adj] fig.
short bombacho [adj]
short conciso [adj]
short potoco [adj] BO CL
short potoca [adj/f] BO CL
short concisa [adj/f]
short aparrada [adj/f] fig.
short brevemente [adv]
short substancia [f]
short vocal breve [f]
short sucinto [adj]
short brusco [adj]
short seco [adj]
short compendiado [adj]
short breve (vocal) [adj]
short menguado [adj]
short sumario [m]
short sucinta [adj/f]
short seca [adj/f]
short brusca [adj/f]
short compendiada [adj/f]
short menguada [adj/f]
short corto de alcances
short chingo [adj] GT HN NI CR PA
short curto [adj] ES local rur.
short gurrumino [adj] NI
short ica [suf] CR CU CO VE AL
short ico [suf] CR CU CO VE AL
short pequeña [adj/f]
short falta [adj/f]
short baja [adj/f]
short corta [adj/f]
Idioms
short a cepillo [adv]
short de corto [adv]
short al descubierto [adv]
short a cepillo [adj]
Colloquial
short chaparra [f] MX CAM PR BO
short culibajo [adj]
short retacón [adj] ES
short cuto [adj] outdated
short cochinero [adj]
short pingüino [adj] DO derog.
short petacón [adj] DO BO PY AR
short petiso [adj] BO AR UY
short pirinola [adj] PE
short ratón [adj] BO
short sute [adj] CO:C rur.
short sute [adj] VE
short taco [adj] MX
short chato [adj] PE
short chicoco [adj] CL
short chiringo [adj] PR
short chucuto [adj] VE
short chaparro [m] MX CAM PR BO
short culibaja [adj/f]
short cochinera [adj/f]
Phrases
short escaso [adj]
short de cortos vuelos [adj]
Slang
short estar próximo a la terminación de la pena de prisión [v]
short colilla de cigarrillo
Business
short insuficiente [adj]
short alcanzado [adj]
short corto [adj]
short alcanzada [adj/f]
short al descubierto
Accounting
short al descubierto
Finance
short al descubierto
Insurance
short limitado [adj]
Law
short reducido [adj]
short chaparro [adj]
short rapado [adj]
short al descubierto [adj]
Electricity
short poner en cortocircuito [v]
short cortocircuitar [v]
short puentear [v]
short cortocircuitar [v]
short corto circuito
short establecer un cortocircuito
Engineering
short cortocircuitarse [v]
short cortocircuitar [v]
short establecer un cortocircuito [v]
short hacer un cortocircuito [v]
short friable [adj]
short bajista [adj]
short parvo [adj]
short faltante [adj]
short deleznable [adj]
short deficiente [adj]
short retal [m]
short cortocircuito [m]
short quebradizo
short filme de corta duración
Technical
short vender al descubierto [v]
short cortocircuitarse [v]
short pelito [m]
Automotive
short cancelar [v]
Aeronautics
short inadecuado [adj]
short disparo corto
Metallurgy
short quebradizo [adj]
Energy
short cortocircuitar [v]
short cortocircuito [m]
short establecer un cortocircuito
Cinema
short corto [m]
short cortometraje [m]
short corto [m]
Phonetics
short breve [adj]
Production
short cortocircuitar [v]

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

English Spanish
Common
cut short interrumpir [v]
short hike or journey jornada [f]
short news gacetilla [f]
short jacket chamarra [f]
short flight volada [f]
take a short cut atajar [v]
cut short interceptar [v]
cut short atajar [v]
short-circuited cortocircuitado [adj]
short (time) poco [adj]
cardiac arrest (short form of paro cardíaco) paro [m]
short period of time rato [m]
short for plátano maduro maduro [m]
(diminutive of noun rato) a short while ratito [m]
General
on short notice pronto [adv]
in short en resumen [adv]
short cut trocha [f]
short-sightedness miopía [f]
win by a short head ganar por una cabeza [v]
cut short abreviar [v]
cut short sesgar [v]
cut short cortar [v]
short-circuit cortocircuitar [v]
cut short tronchar [v]
cut short truncar [v]
sell short vender al descubierto [v]
short-term a corto plazo [adj]
short-legged paticorto [adj]
short-sighted chicato [adj] AR BO PY PE UY
short-haired pelicorto [adj]
short of money colgado [adj]
short-necked cuellicorto [adj]
ultra-short ultracorto [adj]
short-tailed rabicorto [adj]
short-tailed rabón [adj]
short-sighted miope [adj]
too short zancón [adj] AMER
short walk paseo [m]
short-circuit cortocircuito [m]
short cut atajo [m]
short course cursillo [m]
short letter billete [m]
flash (a moment; a very short time) momento [m]
down (a covering of soft, short hairs, as on some leaves or fruit) pelo [m]
short-sighted person miope [m/f]
short-legged paticorta [adj/f]
short-sighted chicata [adj/f] AR BO PY PE UY
short-haired pelicorta [adj/f]
short of money colgada [adj/f]
short-necked cuellicorta [adj/f]
ultra-short ultracorta [adj/f]
short-tailed rabicorta [adj/f]
short-tailed rabona [adj/f]
in short en breve [adv]
short news item gacetilla [f]
come up short quedarse corto [v]
short-legged pernicorto [adj]
a short while algo [adv]
a short time algo [adv]
for a short time fugazmente [adv]
short lance alavesa [f]
a short song or tune arieta (italiano) [f]
cutting short atajada [f] MX HN NI PA CU DO EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
short cape bohemia [f]
short cape capeta [f]
short cape capota [f]
brief and short treatise in some trade or art cartilla [f]
short loose jacket with sleeves chamarreta [f]
short chubby person chaparra (euskera) [f]
short jacket chaquetilla [f]
short black cloak with a hood and reaches the hand chía [f]
short jacket chupa [f]
short exhaust pipe media coleta [f]
short-toed snake eagle culebrera [f]
lower class lady wearing a short headdress/veil dueña de medias tocas [f]
short woman enana [f] derog.
short life entrada por salida [f]
short cloak esclavina [f]
short message esquela [f]
short forehead frente calzada [f]
short prayer jaculatoria [f]
short spear jineta [f]
cut short abreviar [v]
grow short achaparrarse [v]
become short and thick achaparrarse [v]
fall short acortarse [v]
take a short cut cortar [v]
short circuit cortocircuitar [v]
get short circuited cortocircuitarse [v]
leave short desabastecer [v]
have left short desabastecerse [v]
cut short encortar [v] disused
be short of errar [v] disused
be short on errar [v] disused
be in short supply escasear [v]
take a short cut estajar [v] disused
be short of fallecer [v] disused
be short on fallecer [v] disused
be short of faltar [v]
be short on faltar [v]
stop short of doing inhibirse [v]
short-winded acezoso [adj]
thick and short achaparrado [adj]
short-tempered alborotadizo [adj]
with short wings alicorto [adj]
short on apurado [adj]
cutting short atajador [adj]
short-tempered berrinchudo [adj]
short horned brocho [adj]
thick and short chaparrudo [adj]
with a short tail colín [adj]
with a short tail colino [adj]
short of words cortado [adj]
short term cortoplacista [adj]
with a short neck cuellicorto [adj]
falling short decepcionante [adj]
short-lived deleznable [adj]
short-tempered destemplado [adj]
clumsy and short-tempered empachado [adj]
short-tempered enfadadizo [adj]
short-tempered enojadizo [adj]
short scimitar alfanje (árabe) [m]
short rain algarazo [m] ES local
short, thick wax-candle ambleo [m]
short river arroyo [m] VE PE
short dramatic piece of the seventeenth century, whose elements were music, song and dance, and performed between the second and third act of a comedy baile [m]
dramatic short dance bailete [m]
short dress baticulo [m] rare
short letter billete [m]
short lady's jacket bolero [m]
short man canijo [m]
short poem cántico [m]
short narrow cape capingo [m]
short high fever causón [m]
short chubby person chaparro (euskera) [m]
short jacket chupín [m]
short circuit corto circuito [m]
short tail piano colín [m]
short dress tail colín [m]
short film corto [m]
short circuit cortocircuito [m]
short circuit corto circuito [m]
short film cortometraje [m]
short term cortoplacismo [m]
short chronicle cronicón [m]
short course cursillo [m]
short man enano [m] derog.
short cut estajo [m] disused
short skirt faldellín [m]
short flared skirt worn by peasant women over petticoats faldellín [m]
short cape ferreruelo [m]
short prayer fervorín [m]
short jacket fígaro [m]
short lead, tin or copper ingot galápago [m]
short farces género chico [m]
short spear gorguz (bereber) [m]
short cape with collar and no hood herreruelo [m]
short-temper genio [m]
short jacket jaco [m]
short-sleeved doublet jileco [m]
short-sleeved jerkin jileco [m]
short thick lance lanzón [m]
short term person cortoplacista [m/f]
short story writer folletista [m/f]
short prayers fervorines [m/pl]
short round trip correrías [f/pl]
a short time ago hace poco tiempo [adv]
a short time ago hace poco [adv]
in a very short amount of time de un día para otro [adv]
in a very short amount of time de la noche a la mañana [adv]
for short para abreviar [adv]
after a short break después de un breve descanso [adv]
just (a short time before) mismo [adv]
in short en definitiva [adv]
on a short leash a mecate corto [adv] HN NI CR
in short order a la minuta [adv] BO PY
in short al fin de cuentas [adv] MX GT CR PR CO PE BO CL PY
in short en definitiva [adv]
short lyric cantinela [f]
short story or tale historieta [f]
short pause aspiración [f]
short stick varita [f]
short trip escapada [f]
short candlestick with a handle palmatoria [f]
short ladder escalerilla [f]
women’s underpants with short legs bombacha [f]
very short skirt microfalda [f]
a short novel novela [f]
short hike jornada [f]
short of lanzaperfume lanza [f]
carbine (short firearm) carabina [f]
short song tonadilla [f]
short sleep adormilada [f] HN rur.
short comic piece making fun of someone mojiganga [f]
short rope to tie up horses falseta  [f] MX VE
short on brains and slow-reacting person asopada [f] CL derog.
fast and generally short acceleration of speed (racing) atropellada [f] AR
short period of time between two showers la calma [f] PR
person who wears short and wide pants calzonuda [f] MX
a herbaceous plant with three to eighteen segments, with large, long-necked leaves, with long petioles, and a very short stem attached to a rhizome from which a single tuber is born badú [f] PA
short friendship amistad de cadeneta [f] PR
short sighted person bichoca [f] AR UY
short person borona [f] VE
cactus with globose form, short stem, almost cylindrical and without leaves visnaga [f] MX
cactus with globose form, short stem, almost cylindrical and without leaves viznaga [f] MX
short and squat woman bulula [f] HN:S rur.
short and squat woman bulula [f] SV NI rur.
short and stout person butuca [f] HN derog.
baggy short pants bahama [f] CU
short practical course on the basics of a sport/hobby clínica (inglés clinic) [f] MX DO PR CL
short sleeve shirt without side pockets that is wide and pleated in front and cinched at the waist, which students use as part of their uniform cubayera [f] HN
short, collared shirt cubana [f] PA
rider with short jacket and tight pants charra [f] US MX NI
small, short drinking glass chata [f] DO
short machete used for agricultural tasks daga [f] PA DO PR BO:E rur.
glass or ceramic container with a short neck and sometimes lined, used for liquids damesana [f] DO disused
glass or ceramic container with a short neck and sometimes lined, used for liquids damasana [f] MX disused
glass or ceramic container with a short neck and sometimes lined, used for liquids damasana [f] CU PE
glass or ceramic container with a short neck and sometimes lined, used for liquids damesana [f] PA
short machete with a wide blade chambra [f] DO rur.
short person chamorra [f] PR
short-filler tobacco capadura [f] CU
short string chilmuya [f] SV
short person chilmuya [f] SV
short mixed-race person churrupaca [f] PE derog.
short-sighted female person cheja [f] PE
short, big-breasted and big-bottomed woman chipote [f] CL
short person chichuiza [f] HN
short person chicoria [f] CO
round or oblong clay pot with a short thin neck, generally used for carrying water chirigua [f] VE:W
short bridle tied to a horse's muzzle and used as a substitute for a bit falseta [f] MX VE
short and sturdy scrub brush escobeta [f] MX
short video recording filmeta [f] UY rare
automatic gun with a very short barrel escuadra [f] CO
short amount of time carrerita [f] SV
short person garrapata [f] CU
rustic hat with short top and brim guaripa [f] MX
short hoe guataca [f] CU
short curly hair colochera [f] CR
short jacket work by the gaucho corralera [f] AR
short or long illustrated cartoon comiquita [f] VE
short riding crop cuarta [f] MX
short, wide road between two parallel roads that are typically contiguous cortada [f] AR
type of woman's blouse that is short and loose-fitting and made of lightweight cloth cotona (del inglés) [f] PR
person who has short hair cochuza [f] CU rare
short person gurrumina [f] CR disused
short necklace huallca [f] EC
lightweight short machete for fighting laisa [f] HN SV
lightweight short machete for fighting laiza [f] HN:N
short and cupped sleeve manga de globo [f] CU
short ribs marucha [f] PE AR UY
men's haircut, short sides long on top malanguita [f] CU
short woman ñonguita [f] DO endear.
short and fat person nigua [f] GT
short-order food minuta [f] PY AR UY
short person pinea [f] DO
short chaps or riding apron leather pants worn by cowboys pinganilla [f] EC disused
person with short hair pirincha [f] AR
short person pichurra [f] VE
short person pigricia [f] PE rare
short-sleeve t-shirt polera [f] BO CL
short time when it stops raining la calma [f] PR
set of short soft feathers under the tail ponedera [f] HN rur.
short but severe scolding rigoreada [f] AR rur.
short and stout person rolita [f] PR
short-sleeve shirt remera [f] AR UY BO PY
short nap roncada [f] BO AR:Nw
short but severe reprimand rigoreada [f] AR rur.
short and stout woman retacona [f] BO UY
angry and short-tempered person zamba [f] VE:W rur.
short-tempered person sulfúrica [f] BO
short visit visita de médico [f] GT NI DO EC BO UY
short ride on horseback or vehicle trilla [f] PR
short ride trillita [f] PR
spell (a short, indefinite period of time) temporada [f]
short woman canija [f]
be cut short truncarse [v]
short circuit cortocircuitar [v]
leave short desabastecer [v]
experience a short circuit cortocircuitarse [v]
be in short supply escasear [v]
run short distance lanzarse [v]
cut something short interrumpir algo antes de acabar [v]
fall short of someone's expectations no estar a la altura de lo esperado [v]
stop short parar en seco [v]
stop short parar de repente [v]
be short of andar mal de [v]
be short of estar mal de [v]
be short for ser el diminutivo de [v]
be short-staffed estar falto de personal [v]
be short on something no andar sobrado de algo [v]
short-change dar mal el cambio a (en el mercado) [v]
short-change estafar [v] fig.
tell a short tale contar una historieta [v]
tell a short story contar una historieta [v]
last a short time durar poco [v]
be short durar poco [v]
have short hair llevar el pelo corto [v]
have a short fuse tener poca correa [v]
stop short of terminar de [v]
be short of money andar mal de dinero [v]
be short of cash andar mal de dinero [v]
remain short apolismar [v] PR
be short of staff estar falto de personal [v]
win by a short head ganar por una cabeza escasa [v]
restrict movements with a short tether (animals) achicar [v] CU
bring short hacer que alguien de repente deje de hacer algo o de hablar [v]
bring short detener [v]
tie an animal by means of a short stick atortolar [v] MX HN SV NI rur.
close or tighten something such as a canvas bag by turning around a short stick atortolar [v] MX HN SV
be a short period of time constituir un breve periodo de tiempo [v]
be a short period of time ser un corto período de tiempo [v]
become short acortarse [v]
call the meeting on short notice convocar una reunión con poca antelación [v]
call the meeting at short notice convocar una reunión con poca antelación [v]
call someone a name for short llamar a alguien con un diminutivo [v]
call the meeting at short notice convocar una reunión tan sobre la hora [v]
call the meeting on short notice convocar una reunión tan sobre la hora [v]
call the meeting at short notice convocar una reunión con poco tiempo [v]
call the meeting on short notice convocar una reunión con poco tiempo [v]
be short of time to perform an activity azararse [v] VE
stop short cuadrarse [v]
be very short of breath ahoguillarse [v] PR
be taken short tomarse a corto plazo [v]
be short on faltar algo [v]
be short on estar corto de (dinero) [v]
be short circuited estar cortocircuitado [v]
be short on carecer de [v]
be short-listed estar preseleccionado [v]
fall short (sport competition) defeccionar [v] PE
cause a short-circuit cuetear [v] CL
be short-circuited cuetearse [v] CL
close a matate or woven cactus fiber bag with a short stick to which a cord is tied to both ends entortolar [v] HN
cut the grass short casquear [v] PA
lend money in the short term with a high interest and take a valuable object as collateral garrotear [v] CU
be a short period of time quedar poco tiempo [v]
short change negrear [v] MX NI CR CO PE BO CL AR UY HN derog.
cut someone's hair short repelar [v] CU
be cut short salirle a alguien al paso [v]
short-term temporal [adj]
short-lived efímero [adj]
short-listed preseleccionado [adj]
short-sighted cortoplacista [adj]
short-winged alicorto [adj]
short-tempered iracundo [adj]
with short hair pelón [adj]
very short bajísimo [adj]
short and wide rechoncho [adj]
cut very short mocho [adj]
short-tempered gruñón [adj]
short-tempered irritable [adj]
short-sighted corto de miras [adj]
short-tempered de mal genio [adj]
short-sighted corta de vista [adj]
with short wings making it a favorite in cock fights (rooster) alicorto [adj] PR
having short hair or bald pelado [adj]
chubby and short retaco [adj]
short on brains and slow-reacting (person) asopado [adj] CL derog.
short and heavy batato [adj] VE
short and heavy abatanado [adj] VE
unfeathered or short-tailed (bird) bololo [adj] HN
unfeathered, short-tailed (bird) búlico [adj] HN
short sighted bichoco [adj] AR UY
short and thin bijirita [adj] CU
short (person) birragua [adj] VE:W
short and fat bululo [adj] HN:S rur.
short and fat bululo [adj] SV NI rur.
with only very short feathers in its tail (farmyard bird) búlico [adj] HN
short and fat buluco [adj] NI rur.
short and fat buluco [adj] SV:E rur.
short and fat buluco [adj] HN:N,E,W rur.
short and squat bululo [adj] SV NI rur.
short and squat bululo [adj] HN:S rur.
short and stout butaco [adj] HN
short and stout butuco [adj] HN derog.
sleeveless or with short sleeves (dress or blouse) desmangado [adj] HN NI
short-tailed (animal) culinche [adj] EC rur.
short-tailed (bird) culunco [adj] HN
short-tailed (bird) julunco [adj] HN
short and stout (person) culuco [adj] HN rur.
short-tailed (animal) cuncuno [adj] CO
short (thing, especially clothing) culicunco [adj] HN
short and stout (person) sapameco [adj] SV
short and stout (person) sapaneco [adj] CR HN rur.
short and stout (person) zapaneco [adj] HN
short-haired (person) cuscungo [adj] EC:S rare
short (person) chato [adj] PE BO:C,W CL AR:Nw
short (dress) cuto (del náhuatl) [adj] GT SV
short-tailed (animal) cutuchupa (del quechua) [adj] EC
short and stout (person) chapaneco [adj] CR rare
short (person) chaparringuingo [adj] HN derog.
short (person) chaparro [adj] MX GT HN SV NI PA PR BO
short (person) chaparro [adj] CR rare
thin and short (person) chirrisco [adj] CR
thin and short (person) chirrisco [adj] HN:W rur.
short (person) chisguete [adj] EC:S
short (person) chisla [adj] BO:W,C
short-tailed (animal) chulunco [adj] HN
short (proposal or amount of money) chingo [adj] HN
short-tailed (animal) chibanco [adj] HN
short-tailed (animal) chingo [adj] GT HN NI PA
short-sighted (person or animal) choco [adj] GT HN SV NI
short-tailed (animal) choco [adj] CL
short-tailed (animal) chingo [adj] GT HN
short-tailed (animal) chingoreto [adj] NI derog.
short-tempered (person) chiludo [adj] HN
short-tailed (animal) cuto [adj] GT HN SV
short-tailed (animal) chunco [adj] SV
short-sighted checato (del italiano) [adj] AR UY
very short (clothing) chulunco [adj] HN SV
short-tailed chenco [adj] HN
too short chinco [adj] HN SV
short (particularly clothes) churunco [adj] HN SV
short-tailed (animal) chuto [adj] AR:Nw
short (object, especially clothing) chibanco [adj] HN
short (person) chopetón [adj] PY
short (clothing) chingoreto [adj] NI derog.
short-sighted chejo [adj] PE
very small or short (person) chiquiningo [adj] HN DO
very small or short (person) chiquindorrio [adj] SV derog.
very small or short (person) chiquirringuingo [adj] HN
very small or short (person) chiquirristico [adj] SV
short (article of clothing) choto [adj] BO
short (person) chicoco [adj] PE BO CL
short (person) chicuaco [adj] CL
short and stiff (hair) chirizo [adj] HN NI PA
short-tailed (rooster) chirizo [adj] HN
short-tailed (animal) chucuto [adj] VE
quick-tempered, short-tempered fosforito [adj] VE EC BO AR NI PR PE CL
tailless or short-tailed (rooster or hen) francolín [adj] EC
tailless or short-tailed (rooster or hen) francolino [adj] EC CL
tailless or short-tailed (rooster) frangolo [adj] HN
short (person) estril [adj] NI
short (person) espaturrado [adj] VE
short and stout guasapo [adj] GT
with a short tail guarumera [adj] CO
short and stout guazapo [adj] GT SV
short and stout (woman) conguito [adj] DO
short and thick (arm or leg) conguito [adj] DO
short-tailed collonco [adj] CL rur.
short-tailed (animal, especially a horse) colimocho [adj] CO
bird with no tail or a very short tail julunco [adj] HN
short-tailed jolín [adj] MX
short-tailed jolino [adj] MX
short of money matado [adj] PA
with thick and short legs macetudo [adj] BO
short-fused malacatoso [adj] CL
short and with thick fur morochuco [adj] PE
with a short nose ñatuso [adj] NI CL endear.
short and stout papujado [adj] EC
short and stout papujo [adj] PA PR EC PE rare
short and stout pachango [adj] HN
short person with a thick body patachón [adj] HN:N
short and stout patango [adj] HN:C NI rur.
very short patato [adj] CU
short-sighted pipiriciego [adj] GT NI CR
short but quarrelsome quirico [adj] PR rur.
with a short tail poncho [adj] VE
short-tailed poncho [adj] VE
short and stout requeneto [adj] NI VE
short and stout sapameco [adj] SV
short and stout sapaneco [adj] CR
short and stout sapaneco [adj] HN rur.
short and stout saparruco [adj] NI rur.
short and stout sapurruco [adj] HN SV
short and stout retacón [adj] BO UY PY AR
short-tempered retentado [adj] NI rur.
having a short fuse retentado [adj] NI rur.
with short legs tacuaco [adj] CL
short-tailed trucho [adj] PA
short and stout tipunco [adj] GT
thick and short zapaneco [adj] HN
short-tempered sulfúrico [adj] EC BO
short and fat torroploco [adj] SV
short and fat torroplón [adj] SV
short and fat torroplonudo [adj] SV
short-tempered volado [adj] GT SV
having a short fuse volado [adj] GT SV
a short pause in a sentence bueno [interj]
short poem apt for a folk song cantar [m]
kind of short musket retaco [m]
short time un poco [m]
short play juguete [m]
short person retaco [m]
a short cut un atajo [m]
person of short stature chaparro [m] MX
short circuit cortocircuito [m]
a short news piece resumen [m]
a short news report boletín [m]
short jump salto [m]
a short coat chaquetón [m]
short blackout vahído [m]
short film cortometraje [m]
short (short film) corto [m]
short funny anecdote chascarrillo [m]
short jacket fígaro [m]
short steep slope repecho [m]
short-sighted person miope [m]
short-termism cortoplacismo [m]
short play sainete [m]