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Meanings of "the people" in Spanish English Dictionary : 5 result(s)

English Spanish
General
the people calle [f]
the people el pueblo
Speaking
the people la gente
Law
the people fiscalía [f]
the people representante social MX

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

English Spanish
Common
young people jóvenes [pl]
some people algunos [pron]
the common people vulgo [m]
(fig) place with lots of people hormiguero [m]
common people plebe [f]
(slang) the common people gentuza [f]
some (some people) unas [adj]
order people around caciquear [v]
General
lower orders (the common people) pueblo [m]
common people pueblo [m]
people carrier monovolumen [m]
common people vulgo [m]
crowd (large number of people or things together) nube [f]
young people juventud [f]
circle of people corro [m]
family (related people living together) casa [f]
throng (a large number of people or things) multitud [f]
party (a group of people) banda [f]
person who favors and makes exceptions for certain people aceptador de personas [m]
place packed with people ahogadero [m]
amerindian people who lived in the mixteca, today guerrero, mexico amusgo [m]
amerindian people who lived in the mixteca, today guerrero, mexico amuzgo (náhuatl) [m]
person who gives people nicknames apodador [m]
log raft used by the coromandel people of india catamarán [m]
member of the chango indigenous people of northern chile chango [m]
gift from roman emperors distributed to the people congiario [m]
group of people conjunto [m]
meeting of despicable people corrincho [m]
group of exiled people exilio [m]
man launching people in the air with a blanket manteador [m]
launching people in the air with a blanket manteamiento [m]
launching people in the air with a blanket manteo [m]
man from the marsi people marso [m]
man from the amerindian people mataco [m]
man from the amerindian people mataguayo [m]
group of biracial people mestizaje [m]
group of bicultural people mestizaje [m]
person who favors and makes exceptions for certain people aceptadora de personas [f]
behavior of african people africanidad [f]
amerindian people who lived in the mixteca, today guerrero, mexico amusga [f]
amerindian people who lived in the mixteca, today guerrero, mexico amuzga (náhuatl) [f]
person who gives people nicknames apodadora [f]
the people calle [f]
comedic composition to soothe people caroca [f]
group of rude people chusma [f]
eight-month period that indigenous people worked in mines in colonial americas demora [f]
group of people forming an expedition expedición [f]
set of notable people galería [f]
people easy to please galería [f]
old fashioned dance for two people gaveta [f]
upper class people gente [f]
rich people gente bien [f]
people of the lower town gleba [f]
group of shameless people golfería [f]
group of people humanidad [f]
indigenous people indiada [f]
nightly gathering of people who are rowdy and sing in the streets jácara [f]
young people juventud [f]
group of latin people latinidad [f]
cage of crazy people loquera [f]
woman launching people in the air with a blanket manteadora [f]
group of rowdy and tumultuous people marabunta [f]
people that make up the navy marina [f]
woman from the marsi people marsa [f]
woman from the amerindian people from chaco mataca [f]
woman from the amerindian people mataguaya [f]
member of the indigenous south american chimú people chimú [m/f]
member of an amerindian people of the southwestern honduras lenca [m/f]
member of the masmuda people masamuda [m/f]
man/woman from an amerindian people of nicaragua and el salvador matagalpa [m/f]
pertaining to avila or people from avila abulense [adj]
pertaining or relative to acomayo or the acomayo people acomayino [adj]
similar to jewish people ajudiado [adj]
from an amerindian people who lived in the mixteca, today guerrero, mexico amusgo [adj]
from an amerindian people who lived in the mixteca, today guerrero, mexico amuzgo (náhuatl) [adj]
from the chané indigenous people chané [adj]
pertaining to the chané indigenous people chané [adj]
from the chango indigenous people of northern chile chango [adj]
pertaining to the chango indigenous people of northern chile chango [adj]
pertaining to indigenous people from the bolivar province chimbo [adj]
pertaining to the indigenous south american chimú people chimú [adj]
pertaining to the chiriguano people of the chaco salteño chiriguana (quechua) [adj]
of the cocama indigenous people cocama [adj]
pertaining to the cocama indigenous people cocama [adj]
transporting people or goods cosario [adj]
of an amerindian people of the southwestern honduras lenca [adj]
pertaining to the amerindian people of the southwestern honduras lenca [adj]
launching people in the air with a blanket manteador [adj]
pertaining to the māori people maorí [adj]
pertaining to the mapuche people mapuche [adj]
pertaining to the marsi people mársico [adj]
from the marsi people marso [adj]
pertaining to the marsi people marso [adj]
from the masmuda people masamuda [adj]
pertaining to ancient african people masilio [adj]
from the amerindian people mataco [adj]
pertaining to the amerindian people mataco [adj]
from an amerindian people of nicaragua and el salvador matagalpa [adj]
pertaining to an amerindian people of nicaragua and el salvador matagalpa [adj]
from the amerindian people mataguayo [adj]
pertaining to the amerindian people mataguayo [adj]
separate people in a fight desapartar [v]
separate people from christianity descristianizar [v]
cram people embanastar [v]
crowd people embanastar [v]
assign indigenous people in an encomienda encomendar [v]
launch people in the air with a blanket mantear [v]
too many people demasiados [pron]
game between two people batanes [m/pl]
indigenous people of the lesser antilles in south america cariacos [m/pl]
catawba people cataubas [m/pl]
people with sticky fingers manos libres [f/pl]
people in possession of stolen goods manos libres [f/pl]
meeting of masked people máscaras [f/pl]
place for meeting of masked people máscaras [f/pl]
the common people pueblo [m]
movement of goods people tránsito [m]
a bevy of people un grupo de personas [m]
someone that escorts people to their seats acomodador [m]
a device which is used for two-way talking with other people teléfono [m]
someone that speaks as the voice of a group of people vocero [m]
a romani people member gitano [m]
someone who is a people vasco [m]
someone who is a west semitic semi-nomadic and pastoralist people arameo [m]
organization offering care for the terminally ill people hospicio [m]
device which warns people of a possible fire alarma anti-incendio [m]
a place which is for dead people morgue depósito de cadáveres [m]
someone who is a germanic people lombardo [m]
someone who is a germanic people longobardo [m]
member of the wolof people wolof [m]
ring (of people) ruedo [m]
ring of people hato [m]
multitude (of people) golpe [m]
bunch of people gentío [m]
mob of people gentío [m]
accompaniment service for people who are on deathbed servicio de compañía para personas en cama de muerte [m]
british people pueblo británico [m]
accompaniment service for people who are on deathbed servicio de compalía para pacientes terminales [m]
multitude (a great number of people gathered together; crowd) nube [f]
rich young people pijería [f]
crowd (of people) nube [f]
young people pollería [f]
people of no account tropa [f]
column (line of people, cars) fila [f]
rich young people pijotería [f]
a lot of people una multitud [f]
the general mass of people generalidad [f]
someone who is a people vasca [f]
army (a large number of people or things) multitud [f]
a place where sick or injured people are cared for enfermería [f]
someone that escorts people to their seats acomodadora [f]
a romani people member gitana [f]
swarm (a large number of people or things) multitud [f]
five-people game quiniela [f]
group of people who are the same age quinta [f]
swarm (of people) bandada [f]
boring people gente aburrida [f]
brotherhood of people hermandad de personas [f]
brotherhood of people hermandad de pueblos [f]
business people gente de negocios [f]
all people toda la gente [f]
all the people toda la gente [f]
all the people toda la multitud [f]
ancient people gente de la antigüedad [f]
ton (a large number of people or things) multitud [f]
dozens (a large number of people or things) multitud [f]
mob (a large number of people) multitud [f]
crowding (a large number of people) multitud [f]
droves (a large number of people) multitud [f]
herd (a large number of people) multitud [f]
legion (a large number of people o things) multitud [f]
lump (a large number of people or things) multitud [f]
the people responsible culpable [m/f]
doctor who specializes in elderly people geriatra [m/f]
someone that escorts people to their seats ujier [m/f]
someone who is a member of an ancient pre-columbian people olmeca [m/f]
someone that acts as the voice of a group of people portavoz [m/f]
someone that speaks as the voice of a group of people portavoz [m/f]
a member of the common people plebeyo [m/f]
a member of the common people comunero [m/f]
someone who is a turkic people kirguiso [m/f]
member of the otomi people otomí [m/f]
cantabrian (people) cantábrico [m/f]
pertaining to latin people latino [adj]
pertaining to udine or the udine people udinese [adj]
reading aloud to other people lector [adj]
pertaining to bergamo or the bergamo people bergamasco [adj]
pertaining to the cañari people cañari [adj]
pertaining to the otomi people and their language otomí [adj]
pertaining to the people of san sebastián easonense [adj]
having people poblado [adj]
involving exactly two people bipersonal [adj]
pertaining to the philippines or its people filipino [adj]
pertaining to sri lanka or to the sri lankan people esrilanqués [adj]
pertaining to central africa or the central african people centroafricano [adj]
related to the kazakh people or the kazakh language kazajo [adj]
pertaining to the french people francés [adj]
that can be be transmitted between people or species comunicable [adj]
pertaining to gabon or the gabonese people gabonés [adj]
related to the people of galicia in iberia gallego [adj]
pertaining to the swiss people suiza [adj]
pertaining to the swiss people suizo [adj]
pertaining to the german people alemán [adj]
pertaining to ghana or the ghanaian people ghanés [adj]
pertaining to tanzania and its people tanzano [adj]
pertaining to mali or the malian people maliense [adj]
pertaining to guatemala or its people guatemalteco [adj]
pertaining to guatemala or its people chapín [adj]
pertaining to angola or its people angoleño [adj]
pertaining to the country/people or language checo [adj]
related to the people hebreo [adj]
pertaining to dalmatia or its people dalmático [adj]
pertaining to trinidad or to the people or language of that country trinitense/ [adj]
pertaining to the common people plebeyo [adj]
pertaining to nigeria or the nigerian people and culture nigeriano [adj]
pertaining to uganda its people and language ugandés [adj]
pertaining to ukraine or its people ucraniano [adj]
pertaining to ukraine or its people ucranio [adj]
pertaining to the common people popular [adj]
pertaining to east timor or the east timorese people timorense [adj]
pertaining to bahrain or the bahraini people bahreiní [adj]
pertaining to belgians or belgian people belga [adj]
pertaining to eritrea its people and culture eritreo [adj]
related to people as a whole público [adj]
pertaining to a group of people étnico [adj]
pertaining to qatar or the qatari people de qatar [adj]
pertaining to qatar or the qatari people catarí [adj]
pertaining to qatar or the qatari people qatarí [adj]
pertaining to uzbekistan or its people and language uzbeko [adj]
pertaining to the quechua people or language quechua [adj]
pertaining to venezuela or the venezuelan people venezolano [adj]
pertaining to pakistan or its people paquistaní [adj]
pertaining to pakistan or its people pakistaní [adj]
pertaining to palestine and/or the palestinian people palestino [adj]
pertaining to palestine and/or the palestinian people palestina [adj]
related to or originating from ireland or the irish people irlandés [adj]
pertaining to saint lucia or its culture or people santalucense [adj]
pertaining to the cantonese people cantonés [adj]
related to the caucasus region or people caucáseo [adj]
pertaining to the people or culture of spain español [adj]
pertaining to the zapotec people zapoteca [adj]
related to the zulu people or language zulú [adj]
pertaining to the zapotec people zapoteco [adj]
beloved of people amado por la gente [adj]
be good with people don de gentes [v]
set people disputing enzarzar [v]
(for people) to go out in large numbers salir a la calle un gran número de (personas) [v]
call people together convocar [v]
call people together llamar [v]
call people together reunir [v]
call people together citar [v]
fill with people poblar con [v]
live off other people vivir a costa ajena [v]
live off other people vivir a costa de otros [v]
have a way with people tener don de gentes [v]
bring people together unir a las personas [v]
unite people unir a las personas [v]
be full of people estar de bote en bote [v]
gather people together (to reconcile) bienquistar [v]
put two people in agreement poner a dos personas concordes [v]
be respected people ser buena gente [v]
less likely to succeed than other people or things encontrarse en inferioridad de condiciones [v]
less likely to succeed than other people or things estar en inferioridad de condiciones [v]
reconciliate two people contentar a dos personas [v]
reconcile two people contentar a dos personas [v]
be accused of turning people against the military ser acusado de volver a la gente en contra de los militares [v]
attract the attention of people llamar la atención de la gente [v]
can not get along with the people around no poderse llevar bien con los demás [v]
fight two or more people rajarse el ayote [v]
be scared of people tenerle miedo a la gente [v]
alarm people alarmar a la gente [v]
alarm people asustar a la población [v]
be accused of turning people against the military ser acusado de poner a la gente en contra del ejército [v]
some (some people) algunas [pron]
some people quien [pron]
ancient people los antiguos [m/pl]
balkan people habitantes de los balcanes [m/pl]
balkan people pueblos balcánicos [m/pl]
all people todas las personas [f/pl]
used to express the desire that people with problems be removed from society amárrenlo [expr] NI
people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones! ¿cómo andamos por casa? [expr] BO CL UY
people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones! ¿y por casa cómo andamos? [expr] AR UY
group of people who bet privately on horse races and the lottery (regardless of official bets) banca suiza [n] PR VE
a regional holiday celebration game that consists of one person dressing up as a tapir and other people on horseback dodging the tapir and the tapir removing their hats with a pole (most notably in agalteca) torear la danta [n] HN:E
all kinds of people todo chinche y talepate [n] SV
people selected for their closeness or relationship los de la foto [n] GT
quarrel or violent conflict between several people, usually due to the dispute of something material and of value garata con puños [n] DO PR
situation or conflict in which someone farms out their responsibility to other people compra huevos [n] CL
escape or fast and disorderly walking of many people at once huye huye [n] DO
game where two people facing each other extend their hands, one with palms up and another down manitos calientes [n] NI CL
a lot of people malanga y el puesto de vianda [n] CU
country people población rural
a handful of people un puñado de personas
a lot of people muchas personas
a lot of people mucha gente
a lot of people un gran número de personas
a lot of people una muchedumbre
a room of people una habitación llena de gente
a score of people un grupo de gente
a score of people varias personas
starving people gente hambrienta
common people pueblo llano
device which warns people of a possible fire alarma de incendios
many people muchas personas
many people mucha gente
a table for eight people una mesa para ocho personas
the people el pueblo
thousands of people miles de personas
people of his ilk la gente de su calaña
about a hundred people alrededor de un centenar de personas
hundreds of people centenares de personas
hundreds of people cientos de personas
bunch of people montón de personas
effect on people efecto sobre la gente
crowd of people afluencia de gente
influx of people afluencia de gente
the people of spain los españoles
one's people los suyos
whole bunch of people montón de gente
most people la mayor parte de la gente
most people la mayoría de la gente
the more people cuanta más gente
some people algunas personas
spanish speaking people pueblos de habla española
good-hearted people la gente de buen corazón
rich people gente pudiente
rich people la gente de bien
poor people la gente de abajo
good people la gente de buen corazón
people of peace la gente de paz
wealthy people la gente pudiente
beautiful people gente guapa
wealthy people gente rica
rich people la gente pudiente
well-to-do people gente rica
people with money gente rica
rich people gente rica
wealthy people gente de dinero
people with money gente de dinero
rich people gente de dinero
english-speaking people pueblos de habla inglesa
the people who live la gente que vive
the will of the people la voluntad popular
voice of the people la voz del pueblo
tens of thousands of people decenas de miles de personas
significant number of people número significativo de personas
bastarnae (people) basterna [m]
meeting of low people corrincho [m]
crowd of suspicious people hato [m]
swarm of people or little animals hormiguero [m]
people ranged in a line who pass materials or loads from hand to hand hormiguillo [m]
common meeting-place for young people horuelo (asturias) [m]
throng of people golpe [m]
small crowd of people pelotón [m]
crowd of people on foot peonaje [m]
poor people pobrismo [m]
tumultuous crowd of people asonada [f]
game played among country people calva [f]
queue (people) cola [f]
mass of people colectividad [f]
hood worn by country-people capellina [f]
bier for poor people galga [f]
army (a large number of people) gente [f]
congregation of the faithful people grey [f]
number of people in a theatre/cinema/music hall entrada [f]
frantic behavior of mad people loquesca [f]
wretched people pobrería [f]
group of young people pollería [f]
circle of people rueda [f]
crowd of people going about the streets patrulla [f]
long line of things/people tiramira [f]
odour of unwashed people sobaquina [f]
wretched people pobretería [f]
relating to the arab people before muhammad anteislámico [adj]
affecting youth (old people) cotorrón [adj]
pleasing to the people comunero [adj]
full of people populoso [adj]
relating to tagalog people in philippines tagalo [adj]
carry away by force (people/cattle) ajorar [v]
make people advance alargar [v]
crowd together (people) cargar [v]
refuse to see people who call negarse [v]
people (to settle or inhabit with people; populate) poblar [v]
occupy (a place with people to live) poblar [v]
small prints thrown among the people on easter eve aleluyas [f/pl]
common people populacho [m]
dregs of the people populacho [m]
dregs of the town/people populacho [m]
people of fashion gente de buen tono [f]
people of fashion alta sociedad [f]
dregs of the people hez del pueblo [f]
dregs of the town/people hez del pueblo [f]
drove (a large crowd of people, esp. in motion) multitud [f]
earth (all people on the globe) gente [f]
honest people gente de bien [f]
honest people gente honrada [f]
ménage (people living together as a unit; a household) familia [f]
common people gentuza [f]
common people gentualla [f]
number (a large quantity or group of people or things) multitud [f]
troop (a group or company of people, animals, or things) banda [f]
herd (large group of people) masa [f]
pertaining to the bajío or people from the bajío abajeño [adj]
common people masas [f/pl]
relationship among three people triángulo [m]
empty (of people) desierto [m]
place with lots of people hormiguero [m] fig.
man of the people gaucho [m] fig.
odour of unwashed people grajo [m] CO EC PE ANT
metting in which people chew coca leaves (acullica) acullico [m] BO
belief that a pregnant woman will harm the fetus if she does not satisfy her cravings for food (among maya people) acus (del maya) [m] GT
union of two people (usually in a love relation) acollaramiento [m] BO CL AR UY
union of two people acolleramiento [m] BO SV
union of two people or animals acolleramiento [m] BO
agglomeration of people or things that are usually problematic achoclonamiento [m] CL
young person that brings lunch to people working (typically in the fields) almuerzo [m] PE BO
pejorative term in the plains for colombians and people from the andes guate [m] VE
two inseparable people par de argollas [m] HN
place where people/animals/things gather at a rodeo apiñadero [m] CL
crowd of people apuñuscamiento [m] PA
ability of a small group of people to obtain or maintain power in an institution/political party/country argollismo [m] HN NI
too many people in a small space apurruñamiento [m] CU VE
group of people arreo [m] VE derog.
wishbone used in a game (two people grab one end of the forked bone and whoever ends up with the larger piece wins) apostador [m] CO EC
loving hugs and kisses between two or more people arrincone [m] HN
liquid preparation made out of sagú or maranta (which is especially given to ill people) atolillo [m] PR rur.
a seat for several people that has the backrest placed against the windows (urban omnibuses) asiento de los bobos [m] UY
competition of folkloric dances in which two people or groups dance face to face atipanacuy [m] PE
walk though a street of a commercial area to entertain oneself by seeing people and store windows avenidazo [m] CR
bus of large capacity and comfort for transportation of people in large tours autotransporte pasajeros [m] AR
rowdy speech read during evening student parties or in the days before carnival to ridicule people bando [m] BO
name given to god by black people Baní [m] CU
a ceremony of the lenca indigenous people of southwestern honduras agradecimiento [m] HN:W
priest and healer among the taino people behique [m] CU DO
group of cambas, or indigenous bolivian people from the plains cambaje [m] BO
group of cambas, or indigenous bolivian people from the plains camberío [m] BO
disorganized group of people cambote [m] VE
trouble stirred up by the conspiracy of people to change social or political life cambullón [m] CL
colloquial language used by poorly educated people in highly trusted situations calistro [m] SV
children's game where a corridor is formed by two rows of people striking the one who tries to cross it callejón oscuro [m] PE BO CL
(according to popular belief) an evil spirit that possesses people babujal [m] CU
member of a group of people argollero [m] CR PE
loving caresses between two people amase [m] HN SV
crowding of people or things apeñuscamiento [m] MX CO VE
caresses and loving touches between two people biancomo [m] GT disused
loving caress between two people talaguashte [m] SV
common fund among several people to buy drugs ángulo [m] PR
group of people surrounding something/someone anillo [m] HN NI
large group of people animalerío [m] MX
large group of people animalero [m] MX HN
group of intriguing and unscrupulous people animalero [m] HN NI
small group of people bonche (inglés) [m] MX:N
large cot for two people caballo moro [m] PA
transport of people in buses to vote acarreo [m] MX HN derog.
crowd of people who want the same thing burucón [m] SV
disorganized group of people burul [m] PA
movement of people/animals around something abejeo [m] HN
confusing clamoring caused by several people discussing something generally in a heated discussion burumbún [m] CR
place with a great movement of people abejero [m] CU DO
reconciliation between two people abuenamiento [m] CL rare
person who frequently hits other people cachimbeador [m] HN SV NI
fight between two or more people cachimbeo [m] GT HN NI
large group of people bullucón de gente [m] DO
large, chaotic group of people bululú [m] VE
horn trumpet used to call people/livestock from a far butute [m] HN SV rur.
a large number of people, animals or things cachimbazal [m] HN SV NI GT CR
a large number of people, animals or things tanate [m] GT SV CR
a large number of people, animals or things chorro [m] HN CR DO
conch shell used to call people/livestock from a far butute [m] HN SV rur.
group of people who participate in a protest or rally buyucón [m] HN
group of people belonging to honduras' partido nacional, pop a cachurequismo [m] HN derog.
transport of people in buses to participate in a protest acarreo [m] MX HN derog.
a theater performance with music, dance and poetic texts of politic and religious nature between two groups of performers (one represents spanish colonizers and the other, the black, represent the indigenous people) baile de los diablitos [m] HN:C NI
a theater performance with music, dance and poetic texts of politic and religious nature between two groups of performers (one represents spanish colonizers and the other, the black, represent the indigenous people) baile de moros y cristianos [m] GT HN NI
a place where people dance bailable [m] AR:Ne
a game played by two people, each trying to make a line of three x's or three o's in a boxlike figure with nine spaces ajedrez [m] DO
liquidation of a business among several people clearing (inglés) [m] US PR
group of people committed to a certain political cause clientelismo [m] MX PY UY
chaotic dispersion of people/animals desparpajo [m] HN rur.
group of disorganized and noisy people despelote [m] HN NI CO VE CL UY
dispersion of a group of people desgarite [m] DO
crude motorboat made of wood with a small room (used to transport people/merchandise) deslizador [m] BO:Ne
huge influx of people in a certain place descolgadero [m] DO
people who have left a subversive and violent group descolgado [m] CL
pact between two or more people to do something hidden from others cuchubal [m] HN
pact between two or more people to do something hidden from others cuchuval [m] NI
dance of black people and music for this dance caracumbé [m] DO
dance of black people and music for this dance cumbé [m] DO
distribution among several people cuoteo [m] BO CL
drum made from the trunk of a palm tree, used by black people on the pacific coast of colombia cununo [m] CO
place crowded with people cuche [m] SV
thug or troublemaker very skilled at using a knife to injure people charqueador [m] AR:Nw
plate of food given to neighbors or other people ciego [m] DO
man hired to guard and protect goods or people custodio [m] NI CU BO PY AR UY
meeting of people from the lower social class changüí [m] CU PR disused
necklace of small decorations worn by indigenous people chalchihuite (del náhuatl) [m] GT SV
passionate kissing and other demonstrations of affection between two people chape [m] PY AR
narrow road or path, generally created by the continuous traffic of people or animals chaquiñán (del quechua) [m] EC rur.
person who accompanies and looks after another person or group of people chaperón (francés) [m] MX SV CU PR CO VE CL UY disused
person who accompanies and looks after another person or group of people tomasito [m] PY