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Significados de "ground" en diccionario español inglés : 137 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
ground solar [m]
ground motivo [m]
ground suelo [m]
General
ground cancha [f]
ground tierra [f]
ground castigar [v]
ground terrestre [adj]
ground molido [adj]
ground deslustrado [adj]
ground terreno [m]
ground molida [adj/f]
ground deslustrada [adj/f]
ground campo [m]
ground vincular [v]
ground conectar a tierra [v]
ground poner a tierra [v]
ground hueste [adj] HN
ground en polvo [adj]
ground picado [adj]
ground chancado [adj] HN PE BO:W CL rur.
ground molido [adj] HN CR PY AR
ground listón [m]
ground campo de futbol [m]
ground fondo [m]
ground (café) poso [m]
ground terreno de juego [m]
ground [us] poner a tierra
ground [us] poner a masa
ground [us] conectar a tierra
ground [us] conectar a masa
ground [us] unir a masa
ground terrazo
ground toma de tierra
ground polo a tierra
ground base [f]
ground cimentar [v]
ground fundamentar [v]
ground fundar [v]
ground fundamento [m]
ground territorio [m]
ground heredad [f]
ground posesión [f]
ground región [f]
ground causa [f]
ground razón [f]
ground zanjar [v]
ground establecer [v]
ground sacar a tierra [v]
ground piso [m]
ground pavimento [m]
ground país [m]
ground principio [m]
Colloquial
ground ñuto [adj] EC PE BO AR:Nw rur.
ground [us] toma de tierra
Business
ground tierra [f]
Work Safety Terms
ground poner a tierra
ground conectar con una toma de tierra
Law
ground causal [adj]
ground motivo legal
ground supuesto de celebración
Computer
ground masa [f]
Electricity
ground masa [f]
ground toma de tierra [f]
ground hacer masa [v]
ground poner a tierra [v]
ground pulverizado [adj]
ground [us] masa eléctrica
ground [us] puesta a tierra
ground poner a tierra
ground hacer masa
Engineering
ground clavadera [f]
ground imprimación [f]
ground alegación [f]
ground masa [f]
ground fundamental [adj]
ground puesta a tierra
ground listón-guía
Chemistry
ground esmerilado [adj]
Metrology
ground brillante [adj]
Geology
ground tierra [f]
ground conectar a tierra [v]
ground ñuto [adj]
ground suelo [m]
ground terreno [m]
ground pique [m]
Construction
ground toma de tierra [f]
ground plantilla [f]
ground terreno [m]
ground terreno [m]
ground conectar a tierra
Pipe Terms
ground maestra [f]
Technical
ground preparar el fondo [v]
ground apoyar [v]
ground embarrancar [v]
ground caer a tierra [v]
ground encallar [v]
ground varar [v]
ground basar [v]
ground esmerilar [v]
ground [us] tejido de fondo
ground vidrio deslustrado
ground vidrio despulido
ground vidrio esmerilado
Aeronautics
ground pie [m]
ground suspender la licencia de vuelo de un avión
ground caer a tierra
ground conexión de tierra
ground cortocircuito a tierra
ground poner a tierra
ground poner a masa
Nautical
ground tocar [v]
ground tenedero [m]
Oceanography
ground encallar [v]
Transportation
ground encallar [v]
ground obligar a permanecer en tierra [v]
Agriculture
ground terreno [m]
Botanic
ground a tierra [adj]
Petrol
ground suelo [m]
ground terreno [m]
Energy
ground planta [f]
ground masa [f]
ground por tierra [adj]
ground fundamental [adj]
ground base [m]
ground fundamento [m]
ground suelo [m]
ground puesta a tierra
ground derivación a tierra
ground conectar a tierra
ground fallo a tierra
ground poner a tierra
Hydrology
ground picadillo [m]
Military
ground campo de batalla [m]
Sports
ground campo [m]
Baseball
ground suelo [m]
Painting
ground capa [f]
ground baño [m]

Significados de "ground" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 500 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
ground position indicator (gpi) estimómetro [m]
ground [us] rastrel [m]
open ground descampado [m]
ground-rent censo [m]
General
fishing ground cala [f]
cleared ground roza [f]
ground plan distribución [f]
home ground casa [f]
piece of ground parcela [f]
fishing-ground pesquera [f]
fishing ground pesquería [f]
ground plan planta [f]
ground maize polenta [f]
ground [us] masa [f]
fall to the ground caer al suelo [v]
give ground ceder terreno [v]
lose ground perder terreno [v]
gain ground ganar terreno [v]
air-ground aeroterrestre [adj]
ground [us] picado [adj]
hollow-ground vaciado [adj]
fishing ground caladero [m]
hunting ground cazadero [m]
ground rent censo [m]
ground meat [us] picadillo [m]
breeding ground criadero [m]
ground floor bajo [m]
breeding ground vivero [m]
ground [us] picada [adj/f]
hollow-ground vaciada [adj/f]
fall to the ground caer a tierra [v]
ground ball roletazo [m]
rocky ground pedregal [m]
ground (floor) bajo [adj]
bird flying close to the ground ave ratera [f]
children's game consisting of hitting a smaller stick on the ground with a larger stick to make it bounce and hit it a second time billarda (francés) [f]
throw oneself to the ground acamarse [v]
roll on the ground acamarse [v]
walk with elbows touching the ground acodillar [v]
fall to the ground around the fruit tree acolchonarse [v] CU
lie flat on the ground alastrarse [v]
hit the ground alebrarse [v]
hit the ground alebrastarse [v] disused
hit the ground alebrestarse [v]
hit the ground alebronarse [v]
sit on the ground apastragarse [v] disused
sit on the ground apastrarse [v] ES local
sink hooves into the ground apezuñar [v]
plough the ground aricar [v]
be razed to the ground arramblarse [v]
take to the ground aterrar [v]
dipped in ink made of ground gills agallado [adj]
ground floor bajo [m]
sardine fishing ground bálamo [m] PV
ground litter barrujo [m]
above ground level por encima del nivel del suelo [adv]
ground-breakingly rompedoramente [adv]
from the ground up desde cero [adv]
sown ground siembra [f]
steep ground costanera [f]
ground sea marejada [f]
part of a melon resting on the ground cama [f]
pasture ground dehesa [f]
coarsely ground corn polenta [f]
coarsely ground corn chuchoca [f] CL
rough ground breña [f]
concavity in the form of a horseshoe that is made in the hulls of the horses so that they can be better settle on the ground agarradera [f] AR UY
canopy/arbor of branches sloping to the ground vara en tierra [f] HN
rutted ground terronera  [f] VE
tiled ground baldosada [f] CL
a crack in the ground or any other solid body agrietadura [f] MX CL
hole in the ground to place the seeds calle [f] PA PR
fruit of cumbari, which, dried, ground or preserved in oil putita [f] BO:E,S
fruit of cumbari, which, dried, ground or preserved in oil ucuchita [f] AR:Nw
opening where the sugarcane is to be ground in the mill boquilla [f] HN
pair of lateral posts nailed into the ground and used to support a temporary stall burra [f] HN rur.
each of the two lateral poles stuck in the ground to hold up the manual press used in the sugar cane industry cureña [f] HN
ground corn used to prepare food, particularly locro, a stew with meat, potatoes, corn or squash, chili peppers, and other ingredients chancua [f] AR:Nw
corn cooked with lime or ash ready to be ground charanga [f] SV
ground corn used for preparing meals, particularly locro a dish prepared with meat, potatoes, corn, or squash, chili peppers, and other ingredients chanca (del quechua) [f] AR:Nw
ritual consisting of spraying or sprinkling liquor on the ground in homage to mother earth or pachamama chaya [f] CL:N AR:Nw
ground rocket chinampina [f] MX
hole made in the ground to play marbles chócola [f] CR disused
chicha de jora made using five varieties of sun-dried, roasted, and ground corn chicha del yamor [f] EC
fermented alcoholic drink made of corn ground with one's teeth, produced and consumed by some indigenous groups chicha mascada [f] PA
round, flat meal made with soft ground corn and generally cooked on a griddle chorreada [f] CR
medicine with hypnotic effects that is ground to be used as a drug chicota [f] CL drug
drink made with ground roasted cocoa with cereal flour, raw cane sugar, and spices chucula [f] CO
solid ground caritaba [f] DO
ground and pressed meat sold canned carne prensada [f] MX CU
toasted ground corn mixed with sugar cauncha [f] CO:Sw
dish consisting of a ripe roasted banana, stuffed with ground meat and cheese canoa [f] PR
competition on horseback consisting of beheading a live duck hanging from a rope 3 m from the ground carrera de patos [f] HN rur.
large bag for storing yerba ate leaves ready to be ground guainona [f] AR:Ne
game involving taking turns tossing coins into a small hole in the ground grilla [f] PR rur.
game that involves one person throwing themselves to the ground and the other participants piling on top guaguacha [f] BO
green leaf of the upper part of the sugar cane that does not contain sugar, which is cut and left on the ground as fertilizer or to feed cattle cola [f] PR
operation of picking fruit from the ground cogienda [f] CO VE
small ball of dough made with ground cookies and condensed milk and covered with shredded coconut cocada [f] CL
strip of solid ground, sometimes arable, that surrounds a bog or swamp costanera [f] CU
children's game where the players throw their tops to try to take the others out of a circle drawn on the ground cocina [f] PE
creole meal made of corn dough or crushed tender corn kernels to which sautéed onion, tomato, and ground chile pepper is added huma [f] CL rare
refreshing drink made with ground rice, cinnamon, peanuts, water, and sugar horchata [f] HN SV NI CR PA
ground coffee harina de café [f] PR
tobacco leaf that grows at ground level hoja base [f] HN
germinated and ground corn used to make chicha beer sora [f] PE:N rare
dry corn, roasted and coarsely ground to prepare a type of soup jankaqukipa [f] BO:W,C
product of mixing quinoa stalk ash with rice and ground anise, kneaded with water and dried in small portions, used to improve the taste of coca lejía [f] BO
dough prepared with cassava, previously cooked and ground, mixed with cheese, which is fried and serves to accompany some meals jarepa [f] BO:N,E
germinated and ground corn used to make chicha beer jora [f] EC PE BO CL AR:Nw
children's game consisting of dropping an action figure from a certain height trying to land on top of another on the ground in order to win encimadita [f] AR
small circle made on the ground to spin the top without losing it mancha [f] HN NI
game of spinning a top in a circle drawn on the ground mancha al aire [f] HN
game of spinning a top in a circle drawn on the ground mancha brava [f] HN SV NI
game of spinning a top in a circle drawn on the ground mancha mansa [f] HN
badly ground flour payaishna [f] SV
ground floor placa [f] CL rare
level ground planada [f] HN NI EC BO
parade ground plaza de armas [f] MX PE BO CL
collection of the last coffee beans that have fallen to the ground pepena [f] GT HN SV NI
person who collects fruit from the ground pepenadora [f] SV
collection of the last coffee beans on the ground repepena [f] HN rur.
footprint left by cattle on muddy ground sarteneja [f] MX
children's game where you hit objects out of a circle made on the ground troya [f] CL AR:N UY
circle drawn on the ground to play trolla troya [f] AR:N UY
mexican ground pit viper wolpoch [f] MX
children's game involving turning around and slapping an action figure face down on the ground tapadita [f] UY
give ground for prestarse [v]
knock to the ground derrumbar [v]
stuff with ground meat embuchar [v]
move along the ground rampar [v]
move along the ground arrastrarse [v]
move along the ground reptar [v]
move along the ground gatear [v]
stand one's ground no dar el brazo a torcer [v]
recover lost ground recuperar el terreno perdido [v]
dig ground in order to prepare it for new plants binar [v]
prepare ground by digging the soil binar [v]
stay on the ground permanecer en tierra [v]
fall suddenly to the ground sufrir una caída [v]
spit on the ground escupir en el suelo [v]
fall flat to the ground with great force estrellarse de panza [v]
throw yourself to the ground tirarse al suelo [v]
punish a person by stretching him (using four stakes nailed to the ground) estaquear [v]
pit holes in the ground hoyar [v] CAM
throw yourself to the ground derribarse [v]
form puddles on the ground achagualarse [v] MX
cover the ground around the trunk of a tree (fallen fruits) acolchonar [v] PA CU DO
cover the ground around the trunk of a tree with fallen fruits acolchonarse [v] PA CU DO
cover (ground) salvar [v]
cross (ground) salvar [v]
break fresh ground innovar [v]
remove the dry and ground up rinds after threshing coffee beans arrear [v] VE:W rur.
throw a steer to the ground barbear [v] CU
throw a steer to the ground barbear [v] GT NI rur.
throw a steer to the ground barbear [v] CO:E
become a stamping ground convertirse en un lugar frecuentado [v]
bury in the ground enterrar en el suelo [v]
flow from the ground botar [v] VE
drive a post vertically into the ground by filling the hole amacizar [v] MX
give small and continuous leaps on the ground brincotear [v] MX NI BO CL
give small and continuous leaps on the ground brincotear [v] AR:Nw
fall down to the ground from a certain height bajarse [v] HN NI
dodge a hit by throwing oneself to the ground desmaletarse [v] SV rur.
fall to the ground with a thud (someone/something) desmarimbarse [v] NI
sprinkle the ground with alcohol in tribute to mother earth or pachamama challar (del quechua) [v] PE AR:Nw BO:W,C,S rur.
secure something to the ground with stakes estaquear [v] SV PA BO CL
secure something to the ground with stakes estaquear [v] AR UY rur.
roll on the ground laughing espampanillarse [v] PR
sleep on the open ground carapampear [v] BO
grow above ground (corn roots) cangrejear [v] HN CR:Nw rur.
approach the ball as much as possible without going over the line previously drawn on the ground (marbles) cantearse [v] DO
fall to the ground, especially fruit from a tree gotear [v] CU DO PR
cut weeds to the ground surface using a machete or sickle corpir [v] PY rur.
hang on to something without touching the ground guindarse [v] HN SV NI PA CU PR CO:N
suspend oneself above the ground guindarse [v] HN SV NI PA CU PR CO:N
pick up from the ground juntar [v] SV CR UY
collect the dried coffee that has been left on the ground at the end of the harvest season juntar [v] CR rur.
throw oneself to the ground hondearse [v] DO
throw oneself to the ground jondiarse [v] DO
sleeping on the ground karapampear [v] BO:W
throw oneself to the ground jondearse [v] DO PR
throw oneself to the ground jondiarse [v] DO
fall to the ground from a great height despicarse [v] HN
fall to the ground writhing devanar [v] HN SV
roll around on the ground devanarse [v] HN SV
scatter on the ground devanarse [v] HN
scatter on the ground devanear [v] HN
disperse on the ground devanarse [v] HN
disperse on the ground devanear [v] HN
stand one's ground empuntarse [v] VE
pick up off the ground pepenar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR:Nw PA rur.
pick up off the ground pepenar [v] HN NI
collect from the ground pepenar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR:Nw PA rur.
collect from the ground pepenar [v] HN NI
lose ground requedarse [v] PR
dig at the ground during a cock fight reñir [v] PR
collect the last coffee beans on the ground repepenar [v] HN SV rur.
throw someone to the ground templar [v] EC
kick the ground zapatear [v] PE BO PY UY
ground [us] triturado [adj]
air ground aeroterrestre [adj]
ground-breaking rompedor [adj]
pertaining to ground water freático [adj]
below ground subterráneo [adj]
below the ground subterráneo [adj]
roasted and ground (coffee) beneficiado [adj] HN SV NI CR
finely ground (grain) cueshte [adj] GT HN SV
very finely ground (thing) cuechoso [adj] NI
poorly ground (thing, especially flour) charenco [adj] SV
poorly ground (thing, especially flour) charo [adj] SV
poorly ground (flour) charoso [adj] SV:E
poorly ground (grain) chancaroso [adj] SV
not very well ground (flour or dough) enteroso [adj] HN
very well ground güeste [adj] HN SV
very well ground güesteado [adj] HN
very finely ground huishtoso [adj] SV
very finely ground (corn) huesteado [adj] HN
very finely ground (corn) güesteado [adj] HN
very finely ground hueste [adj] HN
very finely ground güeste [adj] HN SV
very finely ground huishtoso [adj] SV
having fallen or been pushed to the ground josicado [adj] PR
half-ground martajado [adj] MX
ground by hand molcajeteado [adj] MX
slightly ground corn flour payaste [adj] NI CR:Nw
made with ground snake viborachado [adj] PE:E
ground effect machine aerodeslizador [m]
ground litter barrujo [m]
stony ground pedregal [m]
muddy ground barrizal [m]
pasture ground for horses pastizal [m]
hunting ground caladero [m] fig.
device pulled through the ground arado [m]
stamping ground lugar preferido [m]
hunting ground coto de caza [m]
hunting ground caladero [m]
stomping ground feudo [m]
breeding ground hervidero [m]
hole in the ground pozo [m]
home ground feudo [m]
ground flat (piso) bajo [m]
dry sweet made with fried green plantain and ground frangollo [m]
ground planted with annatto trees achotal [m] MX GT HN SV NI EC
ground planted with annatto trees achiotal [m] MX HN SV NI CR EC
seasoning made of ground pumpkin seeds alguaste [m] HN
seasoning made of ground pumpkin seeds alguaixte [m] SV
rough ground with scrub breñal [m]
rough ground with scrub breñar [m]
breeding ground for germs caldo de cultivo de gérmenes [m]
breeding ground for bacteria caldo de cultivo para las bacterias [m]
food for small children, made with ground corn or rice, cooked and strained atol (del náhuatl) [m] NI rare
tiled ground baldosado [m] CO CL AR UY
camp ground terreno de campamento [m]
burying ground camposanto [m]
burying ground lugar de entierro [m]
burial ground barrio de los acostados [m] CO
burial ground barrio de los calvos [m] HN
sweet bun or roll made of ground grape and carob powder bolanchao [m] AR:Nw
creeping grass that forms bumps on the ground and whose flowers are pink and lilac, and open only in full sun bellalasonce [m] CO
ground cocoa and corn meal dough bollo [m] MX
cake made of ground and cooked ripe banana bollo [m] EC
home roasted and ground coffee café de palo [m] SV HN NI
mix ground coffee with powder of other ground grains, especially the pea café mezclado [m] CU
fruit of cumbari, which, dried, ground or preserved in oil aribibi [m] BO
fruit of cumbari, which, dried, ground or preserved in oil cumbarí [m] PY AR
fruit of cumbari, which, dried, ground or preserved in oil uchu [m] AR:Nw
rod placed on the ground and used as support/signal botalón [m] VE rur.
type of firework that when lit slithers around on the ground like a snake canchinflín [m] GT HN SV
type of firework that when lit slithers around on the ground like a snake cachinflín [m] SV NI HN
type of firework that when lit slithers around on the ground like a snake cachiflín [m] GT HN SV NI CR
a conical hut made with long poles driven into the ground and joined on the upper part, as a pavilion bajareque [m] DO
a leaf of the tobacco plant that grows closer to the ground, usually of a lower quality bajagua [m] MX
a conical hut made with long poles driven into the ground and joined on the upper part, as a pavilion bahareque [m] DO disused
a non- spicy condiment made with dry and ground red chili peppers ají de color [m] CL
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds aiguaste [m] HN SV
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds alguaixte [m] SV
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds aiguashte [m] SV
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds ainguaste [m] HN
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds yuguaste [m] NI
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds guaste [m] HN
toasted and ground pumpkin seeds aiguaste [m] HN SV
very strong breeze that destroys everything, even at ground level ciclón batatero [m] DO
post sunk into the ground where cattle are tied to be tamed, sheared, healed, or sacrificed cimbradero [m] AR:Nw rur.
crude or rustic cloth used for making sacks or to lay out on the ground chamarro [m] MX SV
process though which something is ground or crushed, especially a mineral chancado [m] HN PE BO:W CL rur.
glass flask or bottle used to serve a sauce prepared with spicy chili pepper, onion, ground black pepper, and vinegar chilero [m] NI CR
hole in the ground chocolongo [m] CU disused
ground rocket chiflador [m] HN
roasted and cracked corn before being ground into powder for pinol esquite [m] MX NI
pair of tree trunks buried into the ground estaconeado [m] HN
wooden stake driven into the ground estantillo [m] MX rur.
placement of stakes in the ground to fence off a plot of land estaqueado [m] PR PE
placement of stakes in the ground to fence off a plot of land estaqueo [m] NI BO
man in charge of making stakes and nailing them in the ground estaquero [m] NI rur.
type of thick stew prepared mainly with ground corn, squash, meat, and vegetables frangollo (portugués) [m] AR:Nw
high and isolated ground in the middle of a plain cantón [m] HN NI
thick, cold, and refreshing drink made with rice, ground corn, or with fresh fruit pulp carato de guanábana [m] PR rur.
natural irregularity of the ground in the form of a narrow and deep trench canjilón [m] CU DO VE
rocky ground carrascal [m] CL
firework made with a piece of cane loaded with gunpowder and ground glass fusuco [m] VE disused
toasted and ground pumpkin seed served with bitter corn gruel guaste [m] HN
loud sound made when falling to the ground guatacazo [m] DO CL
barracks punishment that consists in whipping someone while their feet and fingers remain on the ground gandi [m] HN
a cold drink made of ground rice or corn or the pulp of fresh fruits like pineapple or guava, dissolved in water and sweetened with sugar or raw cane sugar cordial de guanábana [m] PR VE
sample taken from the ground sugar after the first grinding (sugar industry) crocher (inglesa) [m] PR
hard and low blow made when someone falls to the ground contrasuelazo [m] PE
hollow in the ground where dead leaves accumulate hoyo muerto [m] HN
bunch of dried pine leaves covering the ground guinumo [m] MX:W rur.
hole in the ground where sulfurous gases leave from volcanic lands hervidero [m] NI
each of the two lateral poles nailed to the ground that hold the small manual mill in position hijuelo [m] HN
game that consists of putting coins or balls in a small hole made in the ground by throwing them from a distance, whoever gets them into the highest numbered hole wins juego de bolita y hoyo [m] PR
sweet made of ground or crushed pumpkin nuggets jamoncillo [m] MX
asleep on the ground karapampazo [m] BO:W
badly ground grain pashashmo [m] SV
children's game that consists of throwing two halves of a runner bean to the ground piloye [m] GT
fall to the ground planazo [m] HN NI
children's game played by picking up small stones from the ground while throwing another one into the air pimpín [m] VE
roasted corn that is ground, boiled, and strained to be drunk instead of coffee pingolo [m] PR
blow from falling backward and hitting the ground platanazo [m] GT HN SV NI VE
blow from falling backward and hitting the ground platanazo [m] MX rare
pastry made of cornmeal, annato, ground beef, or mashed potatoes fried in oil pastel de chucho [m] SV
game where the first player places a coin on the ground heads or tails and the second player hits that coin with another that should fall either heads or tails as called picapollo [m] HN
rocky ground piedrero [m] EC rare
rocky ground piedrero [m] HN SV NI CR PA PR VE
person who collects fruit from the ground pepenador [m] SV
ground floor primer piso [m] CU PR CO
stony ground piedrero [m] EC rare
stony ground piedrero [m] HN SV NI CR PA PR VE
factory, sugar mill, or warehouse ground where raw material or final product is left temporarily plantel [m] HN NI CR
falling to the ground pum [m] GT HN NI BO child
candy made with pieces of bread soaked in dough made of toasted ground maize with honey, cheese, orange peel, nuts, and other ingredients ranfañote [m] PE
children's game where participants try to introduce marbles in small shallow holes, made in the ground tocolo [m] BO:E
gunpowder craft that explodes when it hits the ground tote [m] CO
children's game consisting of holding hands and turning until dizzy and falling to the ground malacatonche [m/f] MX
above ground sobre nivel [prep]
above ground sobre la tierra [prep]
above ground sobre la superficie [prep]
above ground en la superficie [prep]
above ground level sobre el nivel del suelo [prep]
above the surface of the ground sobre la superficie de la tierra [prep]
traditional game where a steel ball is used to knock out other balls that are inside a circle drawn on the ground cocos [m/pl] EC
large spur with a rowel that touches the ground charras [f/pl] GT rur.
children's game that involves throwing coins into the air, calling the face that will be up when they hit the ground chapas [f/pl] PR
seasoned ground meat used to form a sausage carnes frías [f/pl] PA
roasted and ground (coffee) beneficiada [adj/f] HN SV NI CR
made with ground chile pepper, cheese, onion, and other ingredients a la huancaína [loc/adj] EC PE
small flame just above the ground produced by the decomposition of bones luz mala [loc/nom] AR UY rur.
common ground base de acuerdo
below ground en el fondo
vital ground terreno vital
below ground muerto y enterrado
ground zero zona cero
ground beef carne molida
coarsely ground corn sémola de maíz
ground zero punto cero
ground zero tierra cero
football ground campo de fútbol
below ground bajo tierra
above ground sobre tierra
ground floor planta baja
ground crew personal de tierra
breeding ground for caldo de cultivo para
breeding ground for terrorists caldo de cultivo para terroristas
testing ground campo de pruebas
proving ground campo de pruebas
ground pork carne de cerdo picada
ground beef carne picada
ground floor piso bajo ES
parade ground plaza de armas
ground corn maíz molido
hallowed ground tierra sagrada
ground wire toma de tierra
ground almonds almendras machacadas
ground transportation el transporte terrestre
ground troops tropas terrestres
ground zero el nivel cero
ground speed velocidad absoluta
ground zero nivel cero
common ground retorno común
a game in which players pretend that the floor is lava and proceed to climb on furniture or other objects to keep their feet off the ground el piso es lava
making holes in the ground ahoyadura [f]
common pasture-ground adula [f]
ruggedness (ground) aspereza [f]
ploughed ground arada [f]
wooded ground arboleda [f]
ground well manured,forcing bed almajara [f]
tunny-fishing-ground atunara [f]
town on marshy ground almarcha [f]
water used for irrigating ground sowed when dry aguacibera [f]
ground which takes one almud of seed almudada [f]
highest part of piece of ground cabezada [f]
ground surrounded by an enclosure cerradura [f] disused
sounding of a ground calicata [f]
part of a melon touching the ground cama [f]
ground-work base [f]
pasture-ground dehesa [f]
pelota/sports ground cancha [f]
wide and clear ground cancha [f] AMER
race-ground corredera [f]
irrigation of stubbly ground correntía (usado en aragón) [f]
open ground colada [f]
fall on the ground costalada [f]
broken and brambled ground breña [f]
sloping ground cuesta [f]
ground on which something is done causal [f] rare
common pasture-ground dula [f]
paste made of toasted maize ground with honey chancaca [f] AMER
ground-work fundación [f]
low, rough, uncultivated ground gándara [f]
ancient ground-lease infurción [f]
ground cultivated one year, and lying at rest for another hoja [f]
ground ploughed in one day by a yoke of oxen huebra [f]
ground-plot icnografía [f]
mark which a thing leaves upon the ground jacilla [f]
ground which can be ploughed in a day with a pair of oxen jera [f]
ground tilled by a pair of mules in one day jovada [f] rur. rare
ground dug up or hollow left by the rooting or scratching of a pig or other animal freza [f]
low-lying, level piece of ground surrounded by mountains nava [f]
tract of ground región [f]
pouring wine or oil on the ground libación [f]
strip of ground mielga [f]
rising ground loma [f]
level ground plana [f]
level ground planada [f]
pasture-ground pacedura [f]
marshy ground llama [f]
flat/level ground llana [f]
tract of level ground llanada [f]
sandy ground rambla [f]
stretch of level ground llanura [f]
colours ground together molada [f]
quantity of sugar-cane, corn, olives or chocolate to be ground together molienda [f]
stubble-ground rastrojera [f]
maize flour finely ground maicena [f]
ground clear of brambles rocha [f]
ground covered with brambles maleza [f]
country full of meadows and pasture-ground pradera [f]
ground covered with weeds mancha [f]
ground cleared of briers roza [f]
pasture-ground pastura [f]
pasture-ground redonda [f]
stretch of level ground sabana [f] AMER
stone on which chocolate is ground silleta [f]
turning up the ground sachadura [f]
piece of ground assigned to servants as part of their wages senara [f]
tract of fruitful ground vega [f]
low and swampy ground vega [f] CL
steep ground terrera [f]
small piece of ground terrezuela [f]
piece of ground enclosed by bounds or landmarks suerte [f]
country full of meadows and pasture-ground pradería [f]
wide and clear ground explanada [f]
sit on the ground with crossed legs arrodajarse [v] CR
sink the edge of the hoof into the ground apezuñar [v]
fall to the ground aplomarse [v]
plough the ground aladrar [v] ARA BUR CNT
level with the ground asolar [v]
touch the ground with knee acodillar [v]
hang down to the ground arrastrar [v]
present inequalities (ground) altear [v]
clear ground with a machete chapear [v] CU
prepare ground for sowing barbechar [v]
turn arable land into pasture ground dehesar [v]
gather the produce of the ground coger [v]
plough or dig ground for the second time binar [v]
throw oneself on the ground derribarse [v]
lay open a pasture-ground desacotar [v]
try the ground with a staff or stick bordonear [v]
clear the ground with a hoe carpirse [v] AMER
plough the ground the fourth time cuartar [v]
loosen and weed the ground with a hoc escavanar [v]
run to ground (animals) encavarse [v]
paint relievos on a gilt ground estofar [v]
clear ground with the spade guataquear [v] CU
float in the air near the ground rastrear [v]
skim the ground rastrear [v]
trail along the ground ratear [v]
twist the neck of and hold down on the ground with the horns downwards mancornar [v]
clear the ground rozar [v]
clear the ground sallar [v]
level (ground) traillar [v]
dig the ground zahondar [v]
sink into soft ground (the feet) zahondar [v]
sit on the ground with crossed legs sentarse con las piernas cruzadas [v]
easy for walking (place/ground) andadero [adj]
treeless (ground) (tierra) campa [adj]
pebbly (ground) cantoso [adj]
ground (by such a stone) bornero [adj]
relating to cattle (pasture ground) boyal [adj]
subject to ground-lease infurcioniego [adj]
rough (ground) encarrujado [adj] MX
spongy (as ground/wool) hueco [adj]
uneven (ground) quebrado [adj]
which is to be ground moledero [adj]
that which is to be ground or pounded molinero [adj]
skimming the ground rastrero [adj]
skimming the ground (birds) ratero [adj]
pit in the ground for breaking open a beehive potro [adj]
undulating (ground) saltanejoso [adj] CU