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Significados de "order" en diccionario español inglés : 182 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
order ordenar [v]
order pedido [m]
order mandar [v]
order encargar [v]
order decretar [v]
order encargo [m]
order mandado [m]
order mandamiento [m]
order mandato [m]
order arreglar [m]
order arreglarse [m]
General
order ordenación [f]
order consigna [f]
order disponer [v]
order intimar [v]
order órdenes [m]
order concierto [m]
order precepto [m]
order arreglo [m]
order decreto [m]
order orden [m]
order congregación [f]
order solicitar [v]
order determinar [v]
order estado [m]
order acordada [f]
order comanda [f]
order comendación [f] disused
order demanda [f]
order disposición [f]
order acaudillar [v]
order aclamar [v] disused
order dar [v]
order destinar [v]
order arreglo [m]
order asiento [m]
order comandamiento [m] disused
order comendamiento [m] disused
order concierto [m]
order curso [m]
order prescripción [f]
order decisión [f]
order encomienda [f]
order orden (inglés order) [f] US MX CR CU DO PR
order orden (inglés order) [f] US DO PR
order orden (inglés order) [f] US MX NI CR PA CU DO PR VE EC
order capitular [v]
order recetar [v]
order pasar [v]
order arreglar [v]
order por encargo [v]
order bajar [v] CU
order ordenar (inglés order) [v] CO rare
order ordenar (inglés order) [v] US MX SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE EC BO UY
order requerir [v] SV NI CR BO CL PY
order mandato [m]
order indique [m] SV
order vuelo [m] NI teen
order clase [f]
order dirección [f]
order disciplina [f]
order distinción [f]
order cédula [f]
order forma [f]
order estructura [f] fig.
order regia [f]
order regularidad [f]
order ordenanza [f]
order organización [f]
order razón [f]
order naturaleza [f]
order serie [f]
order textura [f]
order disposición [f]
order hacer [v]
order asiento [m]
order reglamento [m]
order programa [m]
order método [m]
order rescripto [m]
order turno [m]
order medida [f]
order asociación [f]
order usanza [f]
order sociedad [f]
order condecoración honorífica [f]
order poner en orden [v]
order conferir las órdenes sagradas [v]
order regularizar [v]
order metodizar [v]
order medio [m]
order sistema [m]
order círculo [m]
order cantía [f] disused
Colloquial
order dar la orden [v]
Business
order libranza [f]
order demanda [f]
order comisión [f]
order orden [f]
order ordenación [f]
order clase [f]
order ordenanza [f]
order efectuar un pedido [v]
order orden de pedido [v]
order sindicalizar [v]
order cometer [v]
order encargar [v]
order pedir [v]
order dirigir [v]
order ordenar [v]
order mandar [v]
order disponer [v]
order a medida [adj]
order a la orden [adj]
order libramiento [m]
order endoso [m]
order pedido [m]
order encargo [m]
order decreto [m]
order mandato [m]
order ordenamiento [m]
order orden de pedido
Finance
order ordenar [v]
order mandar [v]
order pedido [m]
order turno [m]
Law
order intimación [f]
order planificación [f]
order resolución [f]
order exigencia [f]
order acordada [f]
order amonestación [f]
order providencia [f]
order preceptuar [v]
order a la orden [v]
order estatuir [v]
order dictar [v]
order prescribir [v]
order requerir [v]
order exigir [v]
order decidir [v]
order dar órdenes [v]
order amonestar [v]
order dirigir [v]
order ordenar [v]
order mandar [v]
order decretar [v]
order intimar [v]
order disponer [v]
order acordar [v]
order ordenamiento [m]
order orden [m]
order pedido [m]
order encargo [m]
order acuerdo [m]
order mandamiento [m]
order lo acordado [m]
Engineering
order regla [f]
order disposición [f]
order instrucción [f]
order orden [f]
order cheque [m]
order fallo [m]
order ordinal [m]
order arreglo [m]
order giro postal
Meteorology
order comando [m]
Molecular Biology
order edicto [m]
Math
order la ordenación
Geology
order exegir [v]
order mando [m]
order mandato [m]
General Medicine
order indicación [f]
Psychology
order rango [m]
Dam Terms
order encomendar [v]
Technical
order cursar pedidos [v]
order dar orden de [v]
order mando [m]
Maritime
order por designación
order por orden
Botanic
order bando [m]
Military
order la orden [f]

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

Inglés Español
Common
in order to para [prep]
social order sociedad [f]
order something pedir [v]
put in order ordenar [v]
put into order ordenar [v]
order people around caciquear [v]
set out (put in order) disponer [v]
purchase order pedido [m]
General
in chronological order cronológicamente [adv]
in order that porque [conj]
order of chivalry caballería [f]
carthusian order cartuja [f]
order of payment libranza [f]
put in order acotejar [v] CU DO CO
call to order llamar al orden [v]
put in order orillar [v]
put in order enderezar [v]
put in order compaginar [v]
out of order inservible [adj]
out of order desarreglado [adj]
cistercian order císter [m]
cistercian order cister [m]
order in council decreto-ley [m]
money order giro [m]
in order to con el fin de [prep]
out of order desarreglada [adj/f]
in order that cómo [adv]
in chronological order cronológicamente [adv]
in order that como [conj] disused
nun of a religious order that educates and rehabilitates young women adoratriz [f]
ordering in alphabetical order alfabetización [f]
commandery district in the order of the knights of malta bailía [f]
order of chivalry caballería [f]
court order carta [f]
open order carta abierta [f]
order letter carta orden [f]
carthusian order cartuja [f]
order of alcántara nun cilleriza [f]
order that a higher authority directs circular [f]
nun of the order of saint clare clarisa [f]
military order insignia compuerta [f]
religious order congregación [f]
dignity in the order of malta conservaduría [f]
arrangement in chronological order cronología [f]
military insignia from the order of alcantara cruz de alcántara [f]
military order of knighthood cruz de calatrava [f]
person of the order of saint john of jerusalem media cruz [f]
put in order acaldar [v] ES local rur.
submit to an authority, rules or order acatar [v]
order to court acordar [v] disused
order by the dozen adecenar [v]
order by dozens adecenar [v]
put in order adecentar [v]
order by the dozen adocenar [v]
order by dozens adocenar [v]
purposefully drive slowly in order to pick up more passengers aguantar [v] EC
arrange in alphabetical order alfabetizar [v]
order to stop altear [v] PY AR
place under a restriction order arraigar [v] MX GT HN DO EC PE BO CL
bear a cross of military order cruzar [v]
receive investiture from a military order or other institute cruzarse [v]
be out of order derranchar [v] disused
be out of order desarreglarse [v]
of a religious order that educates and rehabilitates young women adoratriz [adj]
member of the military order of alcantara alcantarino [adj]
pertaining to religious order of alcantara alcantarino [adj]
working for the cuban ministry of transportation, in charge of order at the bus stops amarillo [adj] CU
member of the order of san antonio abad antoniano [adj]
pertaining to the order of san antonio abad antoniano [adj]
being a member of the order of san antonio abad antonino [adj]
belonging to the order of brothers of our lady of bethlehem in guatemala betlemita [adj]
pertaining to the order of brothers of our lady of bethlehem in guatemala or members betlemita [adj]
pertaining to the order of poor clerics regular of the mother of god of the pious schools calasancio [adj]
of the order of calatrava calatravo [adj]
belonging to the religious order of camandula or reformed benedictines camandulense [adj]
of the order of saint clare clarisa [adj]
member of the order of santa cruz crucífero [adj]
out of order derranchado [adj] disused
out of order desarreglado [adj]
alphabetical order abecedario [m]
order used to begin acting in a scene accionado [m]
order or divide by the dozen adecenamiento [m]
putting in order adecentamiento [m]
member of the military order of alcantara alcantarino [m]
cuban ministry of transportation employee in charge of order at the bus stops amarillo [m] CU
member of the order of san antonio abad antoniano [m]
member of the order of san antonio abad antonino [m]
court order arraigo [m]
dignity in the order of san juan bailiaje [m]
knight commander of the order of malta bailío [m]
preferential right to parcels or benefits in the order of saint john cabimiento [m]
member of the order of calatrava calatravo [m]
member of the religious order of the escuelas pías clérigo de la madre de dios [m]
counter-order contramandato [m]
knight bearing a cross of military order cruzado [m]
bearing a cross of military order cruzamiento [m]
statutory order decreto ley [m]
executive order decreto ley [m]
order of santiago knight emienda [m] disused
male/female member of the order of brothers of our lady of bethlehem in guatemala betlemita [m/f]
man/woman belonging to the religious order of camandula or reformed benedictines camandulense [m/f]
in order en regla [adv]
in the opposite direction or order al revés [adv]
in order of priority prioritariamente [adv]
in order en orden [adv]
at one's order a las órdenes de uno [adv]
in short order a la minuta [adv] BO PY
in order that a fin de que [conj]
used for emphasis in conveying an order de [conj] DO PE CL
in order that cosa que [conj] NI DO CO EC PE
in order that para que [conj]
in order that de manera que [conj]
in order that de modo que [conj]
numerical order numeración [f]
carthusian order or monastery cartuja [f]
good order policía [f]
interim order orden provisional [f]
excessive order rueda [f]
court order for the finding and arrest of a criminal requisitoria [f]
order of knights skilled in riding maestranza [f]
placing in order ordenación [f]
purchase order orden de compra [f]
arrangement into chronological order cronología [f]
act of transferring heat from an object in order to cool it refrigeración [f]
restraining order inhibitoria [f]
lack of clarity or order confusión [f]
member of the religious order which was establised by st. dominic dominicana [f]
batting order alineación [f] NI CU VE
order to appear boleta de citación [f]
acceptance of order aceptación de pedido [f]
woman who spends long periods of time on the balcony of her house in order to observe what is happening around her balconera [f] BO rare
benedictine order orden benedictina [f]
battle order orden de batalla [f]
a concoction given to a man by a woman in order to keep him agua de culo [f] SV
each of the chains worn around the neck in a specific order of the empollerada cadena de la pollera [f] PA
grooved drill used to sample grains or other foods, without opening the bundles that contain them, in order to know their class or quality caladora [f] CL
person who seeks to establish romantic relationships with european or north american tourists in order to obtain a visa brichera [f] PE
disturbance created during a meeting in order to obtain something during the confusion buruca [f] SV
sleep-inducing substance administered to someone in order to rob them burundanga [f] CO VE PE
person who fosters sexual relationships in order to obtain benefits cabrona [f] BO
confrontation between roosters without touching in order to prepare them for the fight (cock fighting) abosadura [f] CU
surrender of guerrilla/paramilitary fighters who voluntarily abandon their activities as members of armed organizations on the fringes of the law in order to work for government organizations desmovilización [f] CO
person who inhales shoe glue in order to get high clefeadora [f] BO
supporters of a particular political group in order to obtain promised benefits clientela [f] MX
spraying of crops with a disinfectant in order to avoid an infestation dedetización [f] AR UY
machine that flattens and grinds the sugar cane in order to extract the syrup desmenuzadora [f] CU
product that a vendor obliges a buyer to acquire in order to obtain another item that is scarce on the market cuña [f] HN
salting or drying meat in order to preserve it charquiada [f] AR:Nw UY
driver who intentionally drives more slowly in order to pick up more passengers chantona [f] PE
person who accompanies another in order to protect them and monitor their behavior chaperona (francés) [f] SV NI CU PR EC PE CL
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down chapa muerto [f] EC
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down chapa acostado [f] EC
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down policía muerto [f] PA
on a public street, artificial obstacle that moves from side to side in order to get drivers to slow down policía dormido [f] CR
piece of paper on which a student makes a note of formulas and information in order to use them secretly during a test chanchulla [f] BO
machinery that drives sugar cane toward the mill in order to extract the juice estera [f] CU
acceptance of order aceptación de orden [f]
acceptance of order aceptación de pedido [f]
person who recovers cardboard or other items from the trash in order to sell them cartonera [f] CL AR
actual order orden real [f]
person or thing lacking seriousness, order, or efficiency guachafita [f] PR
ahi-order orden ahí (gremio de comerciantes que se remonta al imperio otomano) [f]
ahi-order orden de ahí [f]
friendship or camaraderie in order to obtain some end, usually illicit or dishonorable compinchería [f] CO
reprehensible or embarrassing alliance between public servants or employees in order to obtain economic or political benefit conchupancia [f] VE
rounding up and counting the large livestock on a ranch in order to brand the animals corrida [f] AR:Nw rur.
art, exquisite taste for material things and the order and arrangement of them coquetería [f] PR
backing down on a partisan position in order to reach an agreement (politics) concertacesión [f] MX
person who would look after the backup team or horses teamed to the cart in order to climb a hill or get through a difficult pass cuarteadora [f] AR disused
female person who is accustomed to offering bribes in order to obtain benefits coimeadora [f] BO UY
woman who works in bars and night clubs and encourages customers to order more drinks copera [f] AR UY CO derog. rare
appointment order orden de nombramiento [f]
batting order orden de batear [f]
battle order orden de batalla [f]
battle order orden de guerra [f]
group constituted by representatives of owners of agricultural farms with water supply, in order to control, regulate, and distribute the irrigation junta de vigilancia [f] CL
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
short-order food minuta [f] PY AR UY
hunting or slaughter of animals in order to avoid overpopulation and maintain the ecological balance saca [f] PE
stack placed in order tonga [f] CU
knocking down an animal in order to control it volteada [f] BO AR
put out of order desordenar [v]
get out of order desordenarse [v]
repeal an order desmandar [v]
put out of order desconcertar [v]
read or touch on without order salpicar [v]
put in alphabetical order alfabetizar [v]
order or summon conminar [v]
order someone to stop dar el alto a uno [v]
put in order regular [v]
make a sacrifice in order to please the gods litar [v]
put out of order descolocar [v]
put things in the wrong order poner el carro delante de los bueyes [v]
act contrary an order contravenir [v]
put in order poner en orden [v]
put in order arreglar [v]
arrange in order ordenar [v]
arrange in order surtir [v]
order someone to do something ordenar a alguien que haga algo [v]
order that ordenar que [v]
be out of order (not working) ser improcedente [v]
countermand an order revocar una orden [v]
issue an order dictar una orden [v]
be ready to order estar listo para pedir [v]
obey the order acatar la orden [v]
comply with the order acatar la orden [v]
take the order tomar el pedido [v]
fill an order dar abasto a un pedido [v]
fill an order surtir un pedido [v]
be a tall order ser mucho pedir [v]
be out of order estar estropeado [v]
place an order with hacer un pedido a [v]
obey an order obedecer una orden [v]
order into group acabildar [v]
put in order acotejar [v] LAM
order to stop altear [v] SCN
get one's affairs in order ordenar sus asuntos [v]
get one's life in order ordenar su vida [v]
order one's life ordenar su vida [v]
order one's affairs ordenar sus asuntos [v]
put one's affairs in order ordenar sus asuntos [v]
put one's life into order ordenar su vida [v]
answer an order atender a un pedido [v]
answer an order atender a una orden [v]
dig ground in order to prepare it for new plants binar [v]
put ideas in order poner en orden las ideas [v]
put the house in order poner la casa en orden [v]
put your house in order poner su casa en orden [v]
restore order restablecer el orden [v]
order someone to do something encargar a alguien que haga algo [v]
fill/meet an order dar abasto a un pedido [v]
order someone dar una orden a alguien [v]
give someone an order dar una orden a alguien [v]
order a person out mandar salir a una persona [v]
put in order, describing players lining up in order alistarse [v] CO PE BO CL PY AR UY
arange in an alphabetical order ordenar por orden alfabético [v]
acknowledge court order acatar una orden judicial [v]
accept the order aceptar el pedido [v]
brought order into colocar orden en [v]
brought order to colocar orden en [v]
bring something to good working order hacer que algo funcione bien [v]
bring the order traer la comanda [v]
bring order to traer orden a [v]
bring order into traer orden a [v]
bring the order traer el pedido [v]
bring an order traer un orden [v]
bring/deliver order traer un pedido [v]
hide something in order to avoid sharing it with someone apuñalear [v] DO
restrain a bull in order to mount it apiolar [v] CR:Nw rur.
apply a thin layer of plaster to a wall in order to smooth it aplanar [v] MX
sacrifice in order to obtain economic resources arañar [v] HN CU DO VE
put things in order arrinconar [v] BO
mock an order/mandate given by an authority abanicarse [v] NI
fill a space with something (generally with diverse objects arranged without order) aterrar [v] HN CR
pay the exploitation of a mine in order to pay the loans made to the owner (legal field) aviar [v] CU CL rare
use something frequently in order to wear it down or soften it baquetear [v] AR
be a member of a religious order ser miembro de una orden religiosa [v]
be arranged in an order poner orden [v]
be arranged in an order ordenarse [v]
dig holes in order to plant vegetables cajetear [v] MX
delay an administrative file or document in order to delay its resolution cajonear [v] PY AR UY
move back and forth in order to obtain something burujiar [v] DO
take advantage of another person's inferior position in order to obtain benefits abusar [v] BO
cook bread dough twice in order to make it last longer abizcochar [v] BO:E
work at several low-paying jobs in order to make ends meet busconear [v] PR rur.
take a detour in order to avoid a problem bypasear (inglés) [v] VE CL
take a detour in order to avoid a problem baipasear [v] VE CL
cause roosters to confront one another without touching in order to prepare them for the fight (cock fighting) abosar [v] CU
leap on food in order to serve oneself more or better quality food acarancharse [v] AR:Nw
put something on someone else without them noticing in order to make fun of them acarguillar [v] AR:Nw rur.
give an order bajar [v] CU
(for an authority) to communicate an order or decision bajar [v] PR
be listed in alphabetical order estar enumerado por orden alfabético [v]
do in certain order hacerlo según cierto orden [v]
be put in order poner en orden [v]
do in certain order hacerlo en cierto orden [v]
be put in order ponerse en orden [v]
toil vehemently in order to obtain something desnarizarse [v] MX
inhale hallucinogens in order to get high clefear [v] BO
inhale shoe gluein order to get high clefear [v] BO
remove the thatch in order to rethatch the roof desempajar [v] NI CO EC rur.
start an activity in order to stave off tedium desaburrirse [v] MX HN SV NI CO
soak grain and fruit in order to soften them desaguar [v] EC
chase an animal out of a cave in order to hunt it desencuevar [v] MX HN NI DO CO rur.
interrupt work/task in order to rest desenclochar [v] CU
pay attention in order to overcome shortsightedness desahuevar [v] PA PE
take a tire off a vehicle in order to change it desenllantar [v] PE
order the abandonment of a population center (occupied by people with few resources to make way for civil/urban projects) desarrabalizar [v] DO
hand over confidential data in order to obtain some personal benefit datearse [v] CL
move soil in order to remove the material contained in it desbancar [v] GT EC
separate a young animal from it's mother in order to wean it desmamantar [v] VE
separate a young animal from it's mother in order to wean it desmamantar [v] AR rur.
soak grain and fruit in order to release any bitterness desaguar [v] EC
dismantle something in order to sell the parts (especially a stolen vehicle) desguazar [v] PR EC
stray from a path in order to take a shortcut desguindarse [v] NI DO rur.
touch someone's erogenous zones in order to sexually arouse them dedear [v] PE CL
separate a child from it's mother in order to wean it desmamantar [v] AR rur.
separate a child from it's mother in order to wean it desmamantar [v] VE
make a great effort in order to obtain something descocotarse [v] DO VE
astutely evade an expected difficulty in order to not have to deal with it culipandear algo [v] CU DO PR VE
hold on to the saddle gear, tack, or mane in order to not fall off the horse charquear [v] CL rur.
hold on to the saddle gear, tack, or mane in order to not fall off the horse charquearse [v] AR:Nw UY rur.
salt or dry meat in order to preserve it charquiar [v] AR
hold on to the saddle gear, tack, or mane in order to not fall off the horse charquiar [v] AR:Nw UY rur.
mount a foal in order to tame it chamarrear [v] SV rur.
accompany a romantic couple in order to monitor their behavior chaperonear [v] MX PA DO CU PR
place a frame in order to pour the concrete and give it the desired form formaletear [v] CR PA PR CO
nail with stakes in order to keep something stretched out estacar [v] NI PA CU PE CL AR UY CO BO rur.
shave a rooster's tail feathers in order to groom it envarillar [v] PR
gain someone's trust in order to obtain something in return enyoyar [v] SV
make a great effort in order to obtain something escocotarse [v] PR
write or say the correct order of the letters espeletear (inglés spell) [v] US
write or say the correct order of the letters that form a word espelear (inglés spell) [v] US
write or say the correct order of the letters that form a word espeliar (inglés spell) [v] US
imitate someone's mannerisms or speech pattern in order to make fun of them etricar [v] DO
throw someone into the water tied to a heavy object in order to kill them fondear [v] PE BO CL
provide financial resources to some institution in order to carry out an activity fondear [v] BO
accept the order aceptar la orden (mandato) [v]
accept the order aceptar el pedido [v]
plow between furrows in order to clear a corn field centralear [v] SV rur.
put face to face two fighter cocks that have stopped fighting due to fatigue or wounds in order to continue the fight or decide the winner carear [v] DO PR BO
reduce the amount of money in an commercial transaction in order to facilitate it castigar [v] CL
repeat things in order to bother someone repicar [v] PA
recover cardboard or other items from the trash in order to sell them cartonear [v] CL AR
butcher an animal in order to make use of the meat carnear [v] MX NI EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
repeat things in order to bother someone cantaletear [v] PA CU DO PR CO VE
act dumb in order to deceive someone guajear [v] MX
make sacrifices in order to obtain something fuñir [v] VE
coincide in order to produce a specific result (two or more causes) complotarse (inglés) [v] CL
arch its back in order to throw off the rider corcovear [v] CU DO PR VE UY
arch its back in order to throw off the rider corcoviar [v] DO
tie up an animal with a rope from the horns to one of it's front legs in order to lead it easily compullar [v] AR:Nw rur.
flatter someone in order to obtain some benefit corchearse [v] BO
race or complete other tests during training in order to verify its resistance and speed (horse) cotejar [v] CL
criticize harshly in order to discredit someone hartarse [v] HN CR
be arranged in an order estar dispuesto por orden [v]
be a member of a religious order pertenecer a una orden religiosa [v]
arange in an alphabetical order organizar por orden alfabético [v]
be arranged in an order estar organizado por orden [v]
be a member of a religious order ser miembro de una orden religiosa [v]
delay the payment of an amount of money in order to profit from it jinetear [v] MX GT
delay the payment of an amount of money in order to profit from it jinetear [v] CR EC UY rare
carry out illicit business with foreigners in order to obtain currency jinetear [v] CU
flatter someone in order to obtain some personal favor lambisconear [v] MX HN SV PA PE BO
flatter someone in order to obtain some personal favor lambisquear [v] MX GT HN SV PA DO BO
leave hastily for a place far away in order to flee from someone or something destorrentarse [v] CR disused rur.
pretend to be fooled in order to catch the swindler engoar [v] DO
order or govern with excessive authority mandonear [v] PE CL AR
put in order enlistar [v] MX CR DO BO CL
tether an animal in order to tame it embramar [v] AR:Nw rur.
order and position the major drum of a military band in front of a parade encajonar [v] CL
put out of order embarrar [v] EC PE CL BO PY AR UY
place an order ordenar (inglés order) [v] US MX NI PA DO PR EC BO UY
put in order prolijar [v] AR:Nw
refuse to fulfill and order retacarse [v] CL
warm up one or more players on the bench, in order for them to join the game calentar el banco [v] CU PE
out of order (000) desarreglado [adj]
out-of-order descompuesto [adj]
on order contratado [adj]
made to order hecho por encargo [adj]
out of order desalineado [adj]
pertaining to the religious order founded by st. dominic dominicano [adj]
pertaining to a member of a religious order who begs mendicante [adj]
having no order desorganizado [adj]
arranged in order dispuestos en orden [adj]
arranged in an order organizados en orden [adj]
severe (order) arrecho [adj] HN NI
strict (order) arrecho [adj] HN NI
person who spends long periods of time on the balcony of her house in order to observe what is happening around her balconera [adj] BO rare
out of order bisorioco [adj] PR
who dies in order to be reincarnated as healthy sibling (sick child according to yoruba-derived religion) abicú [adj] CU
dismantled in order to steal the parts (vehicle) desguajado [adj] GT
with the weeds removed in order to plant crops (plot of land) deschaparrado [adj] EC rur.
with underbrush removed in order to plant crops (plot of land) deschaparrado [adj] EC rur.
pertaining to someone who gives an advantage in a game or competition in order to conceal their superiority changüicero [adj] MX
out of order (thing) chorengo [adj] CR disused rur.
lacking seriousness, order, or efficiency guachafita [adj] DO VE
who hogs the ball in order to show off (soccer player) comilón [adj] CL AR UY
that tends to arch its back in order to knock the rider off (horse) corcoveador [adj] MX GT NI CR CU CO BO AR UY rur.
arranged in an order ordenado [adj]
arranged in an order organizado por orden [adj]
arranged in order colocado en orden [adj]
in order enlistado [adj] CR
in order enlistado [adj] HN rare
out of order destortolado [adj] SV
always accompanying someone more advantageous of economic and social situation, in order to get the same respect parejero [adj] VE
made-to-order sobre medida [adj] MX
by order por orden [adj]
it expresses the order to start the pericón (traditional dance) ¡adentro! [interj] UY
expressing an order for someone to do something ¡apúrele! [interj] VE:W
expressing an order for someone to do something more quickly ¡apúrele! [interj] CO
expressing an order for someone to do something ¡apúrele! [interj] MX CO
loving order to go to sleep directed at a child ¡arrurrú! [interj] HN SV NI
expressing the order to stop dancing for a while in traditional festivals and some folkloric dances so that the dancers can have a drink or sing a folk song in a cheeky tone ¡aro! [interj] CL AR
expressing the order to stop dancing for a while during the cueca traditional andean dance so that the dancing partners can have a drink while interlocking their arms ¡aro! [interj] BO
expresses an order to keep marching on ¡agile! [interj] CU VE
expressing an order/authorization to start an action ¡dele! [interj] HN SV NI CR EC BO
money order through the mail giro [m]
rush order pedido urgente [m]
order of the day orden del día [m]
mail-order business negocio de ventas por correo [m]
mail-order business negocio de ventas por encargo [m]
restraining order interdicto [m]
restraining order juicio de amparo [m]
stroke order orden de trazos [m]
total order orden total [m]
word order orden de las palabras [m]
world order orden mundial [m]
absence of order desorden [m]
a roman catholic order member capuchino [m]
law and order orden público [m]
someone that invests money in order to make a profit inversionista [m] LAM
someone that invests money in order to make a profit inversor [m] AR ES
lack of order descontrol [m]
member of the religious order which was establised by st. dominic dominicano [m]
someone who lies in order to attract attention macaneador [m]
dance to lively music where the couples are joined only by the arms, which are extended and intertwined in order to form elegant and provocative poses alza que te han visto [m] EC
actual order orden actual [m]
surprise visit to a house during the christmas holidays with musical instruments in order to dance and sing asalto [m] CU PR
surprise visit to a house during the carnaval holidays with musical instruments in order to dance and sing asalto [m] UY
children's' game where some players sit on a bench and those left standing try to sit down in order displacing players at the other end in the process apretacanuto [m] GT
obsequiousness in order to obtain something arrastre [m] HN NI derog.
children's' game where some players sit on a bench and those left standing try to sit down in order displacing players at the other end in the process aprietacanuto [m] GT
exercise of a horse before a race in order to get the horse ready apronte [m] CL AR UY
flat basket that hangs from the kitchen ceiling used to store food in order to protect it from animals balai [m] VE:W
batting order orden de bateo [m]
automatic payment order orden de pago automático [m]
side order agregado [m] CL
change that modifies an order or previous state cambio de bola [m] CU
grooved drill used to sample grains or other foods, without opening the bundles that contain them, in order to know their class or quality calador [m] CL AR UY
grooved drill used to sample grains or other foods, without opening the bundles that contain them, in order to know their class or quality calador [m] CL AR UY
person who seeks to establish romantic relationships with european or north american tourists in order to obtain a visa brichero [m] PE
wait in the lobby of the office of a powerful person in order to ask them a favor cabildeo [m] PA
person who fosters sexual relationships in order to obtain benefits cabrón [m] BO
guerrilla/paramilitary fighters who voluntarily abandon their activities as members of armed organizations on the fringes of the law in order to work for government organizations desmovilizado [m] CO
meeting of a government authority and collaborators in order to resolve a problem despacho [m] NI
person who inhales shoe glue in order to get high clefeador [m] BO
designation of a candidate to a public post (especially by executive order and ignoring the normal legal formalities) dedazo [m] MX HN NI CR BO
place where stolen vehicles are taken apart in order to sell the parts desguazadero [m] CR CO EC CL UY
lock of a woman's hair that is wrapped in paper in order to make a curl cuete [m] MX
play in which an opponent's marble is hit with one's own, in order to move it into a position in the play area culpiche [m] VE:E
rope in which a rooster is rocked in order to exercise its neck and wings culumpio [m] PR
driver who intentionally drives more slowly in order to pick up more passengers chantón [m] PE
trick or ruse in order to obtain something, especially in a card game chamarro [m] NI
person who accompanies another in order to protect them and monitor their behavior chaperón (francés) [m] SV NI CU PR EC PE CL
series of administrative tasks that must be completed in order to obtain something chaqueteo [m] CU
piece of paper on which a student makes a note of formulas and information in order to use them secretly during a test chanchullo [m] BO
cylindrical leather mallet used to hit ears of corn in order to remove the kernels capacho [m] AR:Nw rur.
agave with a growing flowering stock cut in order to stimulate the production of honey water capón [m] MX
hole made in an orange peel in order to drink the orange juice chupón de china [m] PR
part that is missing in order to complete the whole faltante [m] MX GT DO PY
paperwork necessary in order to obtain goods that are scarce on the market forrajeo [m] CU
intervention of a telephone in order to obtain confidential or privileged information alambreo [m] MX
person who recovers cardboard or other items from the trash in order to sell them cartonero [m] CL AR
reduction of the amount of money in an commercial transaction in order to facilitate it castigo [m] CL
actual order pedido real [m]
actual order pedido existente [m]
man who keeps the order in a procession garrotero [m] HN
soldier or politician seeking to gain control through force rather than following established democratic order golpeador [m] BO
affinity order orden de afinidad (electrodos) [m]
male person who is accustomed to offering bribes in order to obtain benefits coimeador [m] BO UY
rooster that pokes its contestant inside the mouth in order to frighten it comeboca [m] PR
confusing mix, without order or coherence cocoliche [m] AR UY
person who is accustomed to flattering other people in order to obtain some benefit corcho [m] BO
person who would look after the backup team or horses teamed to the cart in order to climb a hill or get through a difficult pass cuarteador [m] AR disused
politician willing to do what is necessary in order to win colmilludo [m] PR
change in the direction of major roadways in order to improve the flow of traffic at certain times contraflujo [m] CO VE EC
carrying out illicit business with foreigners in order to obtain currency jineteo [m] CU
carrying out illicit business with foreigners in order to obtain currency jineterismo [m] CU
pretending to be fooled in order to catch the swindler engoe [m] DO
money order money order (inglés) [m] US PA DO PR
game where one must arrive to a base in order to not be hit with a ball quechi [m] CL
executive order presidentazo [m] GT
top-down order verticalazo [m] UY
individual who sets one person against another in order to generate conflicts calientaorejas [m/f] NI PA
sick child who dies in order to be reincarnated as healthy sibling (according to yoruba-derived religion) abicú [m/f] CU
person who makes friends in order to obtain some benefit (like a well-paid job) buscapegas [m/f] BO
person or thing lacking seriousness, order, or efficiency guachafita [m/f] DO VE
person responsible for informal or unofficial procedures in exchange for remuneration, especially to immigrants who do not have papers in order gavilán [m/f] CR
military corps in charge of maintaining order in rural areas guardia rural [m/f] CU disused
horse that arches its back in order to throw off the rider corcoveante [m/f] HN rur.
immediate order (military) carrera mar [n] SV
in the order of [uk] del orden de [prep]
on the order of [us] del orden de [prep]
indicating that something is repeated in order to ensure it was done correctly caballo bueno repite [expr] CL
there should be order even in chaos el relajo con orden [expr] CU
out of order bisorioca [adj/f] PR
public order orden público
clean payment order orden de pago simple
postal order transferencia postal
correction order orden de corrección
apple-pie order orden perfecto
international money order giro postal internacional
the final order la orden final
direct order orden directa
in order en orden
restraining order orden de alejamiento
first-order logic lógica de primer orden
court order orden judicial
standing order domiciliación de pago