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Significados de "party" en diccionario español inglés : 192 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
party comitiva [f]
party cuadrilla [f]
party bando [m]
party partido [m]
General
party rumba [f] CAM CAR CO VE EC PE
party parte [f]
party partida [f]
party party (inglés) [f]
party peña [f]
party fiesta [f]
party banda [f]
party velada [f]
party guaracha [f]
party formación [f]
party partidista [adj]
party medianero [adj]
party piquete [m]
party bandos [m]
party velorio [m]
party medianera [adj/f]
party irse de juerga [v]
party causa [f]
party valía [f]
party pandilla [f]
party taifa [f]
party lado [m]
party partes [f/pl]
party bachata [f] ANT
party pachanga [f]
party farra [f]
party bebendurria [f] DO
party bembería [f] PR
party chonguenga [f] SV
party faruca [f] DO
party conga [f] GT SV
party joda [f] EC teen
party party (inglés) [f] HN NI BO
party parrandeada [f] GT HN SV
party pichanga [f] CL
party rumba [f] CO teen
party rumba [f] HN SV NI PA CU DO PR VE EC PE BO
party rumba [f] PY rare
party runga [f] HN
party runga [f] HN NI
party jaranear [v]
party rumbear [v] CO CU GT HN MX
party farrear [v] LAM
party divertirse [v]
party fiestar [v]
party bayoyar [v] PR
party charanguear [v] CU
party chonguenguear [v] SV
party fiestar [v] CU DO PR
party fiestear [v] PR BO
party cucubanear [v] DO
party envolatarse [v] PA CO
party firiquear (inglés freak) [v] SV
party conguear [v] SV
party lebrejear [v] DO
party enfistarse [v] DO
party paricear [v] PR child
party parisiar (inglés party) [v] PR
party pachanguear [v] AMER
party pachanguear [v] MX HN SV NI CR CU DO PR VE EC BO:W AR UY
party parisear [v] PR child
party tonear [v] PE teen
party fiestero [adj]
party vacilón [m]
party cotillón [m]
party equipo [m]
party pedo [m] MX SV
party foforro [m] LAM
party carrete [m]
party reventón [m]
party party [m]
party sarao [m]
party mitote [m] MX
party color [m]
party arrepinche [m] PA
party arranque [m] PA
party bayú [m] NI
party calducho [m] CL disused
party bachi [m] NI
party ambiente [m] MX
party brincoteo [m] PA
party bufeo [m] DO PR
party gufeo [m] DO PR
party quiqueo [m] PR
party kikeo [m] PR
party bureo [m] PA rare
party bureo [m] PR
party degenere [m] SV NI
party chonguengue [m] GT HN rur.
party fetecún [m] CU
party foforro [m] CO:C
party despiole [m] BO
party ondón [m] GT
party party (inglés) [m] US PR
party pedo [m] SV
party pari (inglés party) [m] HN SV child
party pary (inglés party) [m] HN
party pen-pen [m] SV
party purrún [m] GT
party repaso [m] GT
party rumbo [m] GT HN PY
party tono [m] PE teen
party vacile [m] GT
party vacilón [m] SV VE
party hacer un bayú [loc/v]
party facción [f]
party fiesta en casa [f]
party tertulia [f]
party individuo [m]
party sujeto [m]
party interesado [m]
party festejo [m]
party convite [m]
party cómplice [m/f]
Colloquial
party movida [f]
party juerga [f]
party marcha [f]
party garufa [f] AR UY BO
party gozadera [f] CU
party pega [f] CL
party carretear [v] CL
party estar de cachondeo [v]
party bochinchear [v] CU PR VE
party brujulear [v] CU
party brujulear [v] PR disused
party fiestear [v] GT HN SV NI CR CU DO CO VE CL
party enfiestarse [v] MX GT HN NI PA DO PR VE CL AR CO
party embolatarse [v] PA
party envolatarse [v] PA CO
party emparrandarse [v] MX HN SV NI PA CO VE
party encaravanarse [v] AR teen
party pelotear [v] CR BO
party gaudeamus [m]
party bayú [m] PR
party bebelata [m] PR
party bochinche [m] CU DO PR VE
party bachateo [m] PR
party bailongueo [m] PE CL rare
party chojín [m] HN
party chojín [m] NI derog.
party jarangón [m] AR disused
party machitún [m] CL
party zumbido [m] MX disused
Idioms
party hacer un bayú [v] PR
party estar de juerga
party ir de juerga
Slang
party pachanga [f] AMER
party joda [f] HN SV NI PY AR UY BO
party consumir una gran cantidad de alcohol [v]
party unirse a un partido [v]
party estar de fiesta [v]
party tonear [v] PE
party huevear [v] CL
party desvergue [m] GT
party carrete [m] CL
Business
party fiesta [f]
party parte [f]
party partido [m]
party interesado [m]
party grupo [m]
Employment
party entidad [f]
Law
party parte [f]
party parte [m]
party grupo [m]
party partido [m]
party parte contratante
Engineering
party expedición [f]
party brigada [f]
party cuadrilla [f]
party brigada [f]
party perjudicado [m]
party pelotón [m]
party integrante [m]
party guateque [m]
party cuerpo [m]
Geology
party cuadrilla [f]
party comisión [f] CO
party brigada [f]
Nursing Terms
party reunión [f]
Technical
party comisión [f] CU
Automotive
party patrulla [f]
Gastronomy
party cotarro [m]
Petrol
party brigada [f]
Military
party destacamento [m]
party equipo [m]
party destacamento
Arts
party partido (heráldica) [adj]
party partida (heráldica) [adj/f]

Significados de "party" en diccionario inglés español : 1 resultado(s)

Español Inglés
General
party [m] party

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

Inglés Español
Common
farewell party despedida [f]
party animal parrandera [f]
insured party asegurado [m]
leader of a business or a political party jefe [m]
wild party desmadre (coloquial) [m]
General
shooting party cacería [f]
house-warming party inauguración [f]
cocktail party party (inglés) [f]
christmas party posada [f] MX CAM EC
advance party avanzada [f]
party leadership cúpula [f]
party-loving fiestero [adj]
one-party unipartidario [adj]
two-party bipartido [adj]
multi-party multipartidista [adj]
wedding party acompañamiento [m]
cocktail party cóctel [m]
tea party [m]
new year's eve party cotillón [m]
christening party bautizo [m]
two-party system bipartidismo [m]
wild party bochinche [m]
cocktail party brindis [m]
contracting party contratante [m/f]
guilty party culpable [m/f]
non-party apartidista [adj/f]
party-loving fiestera [adj/f]
one-party unipartidaria [adj/f]
two-party bipartidista [adj/f]
two-party bipartida [adj/f]
scouting party avanzada [f]
evening party velada [f]
foraging party of cavalry algara [f]
party of beaters (hunting) armada [f]
hunting-party cacería [f]
conservative party in politics derecha [f]
wedding party boda [f]
political party comunión [f] rare
hunting-party busca [f]
social party función [f]
turbulent party facción [f]
party of persons posted at some place estación [f]
noisy party toconal [f] VE
gay luncheon party zahora [f]
person invited to a party convidada [f]
fellow member of same party correligionaria [f]
person from the conservative party goda [f] CO
leave a gambling party when winning money amallarse [v] rare CL
lead (party/band) acaudillar [v]
form a league, party/faction apandillar [v]
join an opposite party contrapasar [v]
offer to pay a draft or a promissory note for a third party intervenir [v]
gatecrash a party fletar [v] AR
incline to an opinion/party ladearse [v]
appear as a party at law personalizarse [v]
go over to another party pasar [v]
person from the conservative party godo [adj] CO
political party of moderate views centro [m]
party to a contract contratante [m]
person invited to a party convidado [m]
fellow member of same party correligionario [m]
political party desiring autonomy for catalonia catalanismo [m]
party which proclaimed the spanish constitution of 1812 doceañista [m]
manager of a party machine gamonal [m] CAM SA
charter-party fletamento [m]
party game played at the feast of the epiphany estrecho [m]
party of day-laborers peonaje [m]
liberal party liberalismo [m]
party-man partidario [m]
boarding-party trozo [m]
dancing party/entertainment sarao [m]
small party of the king's life-guards zaguanete [m]
person from the conservative party godo [m] CO
charter-party fletamiento [m]
party in a lawsuit litigante [m/f]
person from the conservative party goda [adj/f] CO
party that lasts all night into morning amanesquera [f] NI
form a party agavillar [v]
form into a party agavillarse [v]
party pooper aguafiestas [adj]
party pooper aguafiestas [m/f]
party pooper aguafortista [m/f]
insurgent party facción [f]
hunting party cacería [f]
street party held on the eve of a saint's day verbena [f]
party at the beach moraga [f]
party (in a case) parte [f]
party of beaters busca [f]
40th birthday party fiesta del 40 aniversario [f]
party favor sorpresa de cumpleaños [f]
interested party parte interesada [f]
party animal fiestera [f]
party animal marchosa [f]
party wall acitara [f]
formal evening party velada [f]
a cider-drinking party espicha [f]
farewell party despidida [f]
huge party macrofiesta [f]
party rule partidocracia [f]
someone that is of the same political party copartidaria [f]
party animal calavera [f]
(loud) party parranda [f]
advance party avanzadilla [f]
party wall citara [f]
party wall acitara [f] disused
slumber party pijamada [f]
pajama party pijamada [f]
member of a political party abanderada [f] DO CL
attitude or behavior typical of an adeco (supporter of the democratic action party) adecada [f] VE
follower or sympathizer of the political party acción democrática adeca [f] VE
demand of fidelity to the democratic action party of venezuela (in public enterprises) adequización [f] VE
indoctrination for the acción democrática party adequización [f] VE
party animal alcoholita [f] PA
masquerade party mojiganga [f]
active party parte activa [f]
bucks party despedida de soltero [f]
uninvited party guest arrocera [f] VE
dance party organized by wealthy people asamblea [f] VE
member of the political party arena arenera [f] SV
sympathizer of the peruvian political party alianza revolucionaria americana (apra) apristona [f] PE derog.
member of a political party/organization abanderada [f] DO CL
family or popular party in which atol de lote is offered to guests atoliada [f] GT SV rare rur.
noisy party aviación [f] CU
group of legislators of the same party banca [f] VE
congressmen from a political party bancada [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA BO
dissident members of a political party (in the parliament) bancadita [f] HN
beach party fiesta en la playa [f]
barbecue party fiesta de barbacoa [f]
party pooper aguada [f] VE PE
street party fiesta callejera [f]
party-goers barra [f] VE
political party supporters barra [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA VE EC PY
female member of the armed branch of the bolivian party national revolutionary movement (mnr) barzola [f] BO disused
batucada dance party batucada [f] AR:Nw
batucada dance party batucada [f] CL
street party bayuya [f] PR
child's party dress cacona [f] DO
person giving his name to appear in a contract or business, instead of the name of the interested party calanchina [f] CO
party with anticuchos as main dish anticuchada [f] PE
party until dawn amanecía [f] DO
party until dawn amanesquera [f] HN NI
loud meeting or party bola [f] MX NI
party animal bonchona [f] VE
going away party at the end of carnival kacharpaya [f] BO:W CL rare
going away party at the end of carnival cacharpaya [f] AR:Nw
going away party at the end of carnival cacharpaya [f] PE rur.
going away party at the end of carnival cacharpaya [f] CL:N
regular customer at a party hall abonada [f] DO
farewell party for someone who is about to take a trip cacharpaya [f] AR:Nw
farewell party for someone who is about to take a trip cacharpaya [f] PE rur.
farewell party for someone who is about to take a trip kacharpaya [f] BO:W CL rare
farewell party for someone who is about to take a trip cacharpaya [f] CL:N
group of the most powerful and charismatic members of parliament in a political party (who support their leader in parliament) burbuja [f] MX
potential candidates in a political party that compete for the candidacy caballada [f] MX
group of fervent supporters of a political party or leader caballada [f] MX
a place where a party is celebrated bailanta [f] AR
a party with dancing bailante [f] VE AR:Ne UY
a party gift bag or basket canastita [f] PA BO
propaganda that intends to intimidate electors with terrible forecasts should they vote for an opponent party campaña del terror [f] PR EC CL
propaganda that intends to intimidate electors with terrible forecasts should they vote for an opponent party campaña de terror [f] PR
easter party fiesta de pascua [f]
easter party fiesta de semana santa [f]
drinking party with dancing girls fiesta donde se sirve alcohol con chicas que bailan [f]
either party cualquiera de las partes [f]
family party descarguita [f] CU
party offered to one's new work colleagues using one's first pay check culebra [f] SV
party or good time chafandonga [f] HN
party where a lot of chilate is drunk chilatada [f] HN
party where a lot of chilate is drunk chilateada [f] HN SV
christian democratic party of el salvador chumba [f] SV
member of the christian democratic party chumba [f] SV
party with abundant alcohol chupada [f] PA
party with abundant alcohol chupeta [f] PE
indigenous party where chicha is drunk, usually in excess chichada [f] CR
party animal chincualuda [f] MX
nude party fiesta de perchero [f] CU
play that a player makes with a third party after having beaten another opponent (dice) entrada [f] HN
person belonging to the salvadoran revolutionary movement farabundo martí, a political party in el salvador farabunda [f] HN
group of representatives or congressmen/women of the same political party fracción [f] MX NI CR EC AR
politically active person who criticizes political parties without being affiliated with any particular political party francotiradora [f] MX
party celebrated during a festival with public dances and balls festidanza [f] PE
naked party fiesta de perchero [f] CU
rooster breeding party fiesta del botón y la golilla [f] PR
cock fighting party fiesta del botón y la golilla [f] PR
large amount of alcoholic beverages available at a party or gathering cañamentazón [f] VE
bet placed with a third party before a cock fight casada [f] GT SV NI
active party parte activa [f]
let's party! guacha y guaracha [f] CU
place for a party guachanga [f] NI DO
let's get this party started! guacha y guaracha [f] CU
wedding party funcia [f] PE:E
conservative political party godarria [f] CO derog.
all-night party una fiesta que dura toda la noche [f]
after party fiesta que empieza al finalizar la fiesta oficial [f]
all-night party fiesta nocturna [f]
acquiring of the ideology of the copeyana, the social christian political party copeı (comité de organización política electoral ındependiente) copeyanización [f] VE
saying or action of a copeyano, member or supporter of the social christian political party copeı (comité de organización política electoral ındependiente) copenayada [f] VE
name tag souvenir from a private party colita [f] BO:C,W
nighttime party corrida [f] PR
party blower corneta [f] BO
female member or supporter of the social christian political party copeı (comité de organización política electoral ındependiente) copeyana [f] VE
female supporter of the apra political party compañera [f] PE
children's or teenager's party where only soda is served cocacolada (de coca cok®) [f] NI disused
another party otra fiesta [f]
housewarming party huasipichana [f] EC
barbecue party fiesta de barbacoa [f]
barbecue party parrillada [f]
party or feast that is celebrated after the harvest or other work done in common junta [f] PA
politician that is not loyal to her party lenteja [f] CO derog.
farewell party kacharpaya [f] BO:W CL rare
contribution in the steward of a confraternity requests from certain people, with the commitment to return the contribution once the party is over jocha [f] EC disused
party to celebrate a child's first haircut where guests deposit money for each lock cut landa [f] PE:Nw
business model where a company produces an article for a third party, to market the product with their own brand maquiladora [f] MX PE
group of people from a political party, student, trade union, or sports organization that uses violence against those who do not share their opinions mancha brava [f] HN SV NI
organization and function of a political party maquinaria [f] NI CO
opportunistic change of opinion or political party maroma [f] MX CO EC PE UY
party celebrated to recognize a community project minga [f] AR:N UY rur.
person who snoops at a party or meeting without participating in it mosquetera [f] AR:C,Nw disused
person who snoops at a party or meeting without participating in it mosquetera [f] BO
party or meal with nacatamales nacatamaleada [f] HN NI
communist party activist ñángara [f] CU PR VE derog.
activist for the communist party ñángara [f] CU PR VE derog.
party with dancing milonga [f] AR
party with dancing milongueada [f] BO AR
party with dancing milongueada [f] UY rare
party celebrated to recognize community work minga [f] AR:N UY rur.
party with dancing and mobile sound system miniteca [f] CO
lack of excitement at a party pasmazón [f] CU
party with alcohol, drugs, or sex in excess partusa [f] CL AR
pachamancada party pachamancada [f] PE
party animal pachanguera [f] AMER
party with alcohol, drugs, or sex in excess partuza [f] CL AR
one-party rule partidocracia [f] EC
party-goer pachanguera [f] AMER
party-goer parrandeadora [f] GT
party watcher pariguaya (inglés party watcher) [f] DO
member of the communist party paca [f] SV
party where pachamanca slow cooked meal is served pachamancada [f] PE
crazy party partusa [f] CL AR
crazy party partuza [f] CL AR
black paint stain to separate attendees at the black and white party pintica [f] CO:Sw
popular party where donuts are served picaronada [f] PE
member of the partido independentista puertorriqueño political party pipiola [f] PR
demócrata cristiano political party pepesca [f] SV
member of the demócrata cristiano political party pepesca [f] SV
benefit received by supporters of the ruling political party pera [f] BO
party punch primavera [f] BO CL AR UY
girl's 15th birthday party quinceañera [f] PR
party prolonged to the day after recorcoba [f] PE disused
supporter of the argentine radical party radicheta [f] AR
political party recruiter puntera [f] PY AR
christmas party-goer reyadora [f] PR rur.
supporter of the political party frente farabundo martí roja [f] SV derog.
loud party zandunga [f] MX
loud party sandunga [f] PR CL
loud party rumbantela [f] CU
party animal rumbera [f] MX SV PA CU DO PR CO EC
party with dancing reunión danzante [f] AR
section of a guild, union, or political party seccional [f] AR UY
end of school year party vuelta olímpica [f] AR
loud party tuna [f] EC BO
political party tienda [f] BO CL derog.
carnival party similar to the yunsa unsha [f] PE:Nw
party bag sorpresa [f] EC
party from one place to the next zandunga [f] CL
dancing at a party vacilada [f] GT
bustling party tambarria [f] HN NI EC
surprise party at a friend's house with christmas music trulla [f] PR
change in ideology, political party, sex, or religion volteada [f] SV
change in ideology, political party, sex, or religion vuelta carnero [f] AR UY
money or merchandise transfer to a third party triangulación [f] EC
throw a party hacer una fiesta [v]
party at a carnival carnavalear [v]
have a party hacer una fiesta [v]
be an interested party ser juez y parte [v]
join a party adherirse a un partido [v]
join a party hacerse miembro de un partido [v]
be a party pooper aguar la fiesta [v]
join a political party afiliarse a un partido político [v]
be party to prestarse a [v]
crash the party partiye ücret vermeden girmek [v]
join a party sumarse a un partido [v]
become a follower of the democratic action party of venezuela adequizarse [v] VE
manage a company/institution following the rules of the democratic action party of venezuela adequizar [v] VE
make someone a follower of the democratic action party of venezuela adequizar [v] VE
dance with the same person during a party abandonarse [v] SV
show the money from gambling and, if possible, to keep it with an impartial third party (a player) asolear [v] VE:W
campaign for a political party banderearse [v] DO
attend a party asistir a una fiesta [v]
become a party to … convertirse en parte de [v]
be a party to an agreement formar parte de un acuerdo [v]
be a party to a contract participar en un contrato [v]
be a party to the crime participar en un crimen [v]
hold the cacharpaya party cacharpayar [v] AR:Nw
form a league or a party apandillarse [v]
party or celebrate cucubanear [v] DO
party or celebrate fiestar [v] CU DO PR
party or celebrate fiestear [v] PR BO GT HN SV NI CR CU DO CO VE CL
actively participate in the conservative political party curuchupear [v] EC disused
divide or separate a country, political party, society or administration cisionar [v] PE cult
go party chincualear [v] MX
stay until the end of the party chingastear [v] HN NI rur.
participate in a fandango, a house party with drinking and dancing fandanguear [v] BO
go out to a party to have fun farrear [v] CO EC CL PY AR UY PE disused
contribute an amount of money to a party, celebration, or cause cantearse [v] DO
convert someone into a copeyano, member or supporter of the social christian political party copeı (comité de organización política electoral ındependiente) copeyanizar [v] VE
attend a meeting or party without being invited colearse [v] VE
stay until the end of the party concolonear [v] PA
prepare something adequately, especially a meeting or party cuadrar [v] CU
change group, political party, or religion cruzarse [v] NI
be a party to the crime participar en un crimen [v]
be a party to an agreement ser una de las partes de un acuerdo [v]
be a party to a contract ser una de las partes de un contrato [v]
be a party to an agreement participar en un acuerdo [v]
be a party to the crime participar en un delito [v]
be a party to the crime ser partícipe de un delito [v]
direct a political party jefaturar [v] PA
campaign or canvass for the national liberation party liberalear [v] HN
direct a political party liderear [v] MX SV NI CU DO PR
direct a political party liderizar [v] VE BO PY PA
opportunistically change opinion or political party maromear [v] MX
go party negrear [v] BO
snoop at a party or meeting without participating in it mosquetear [v] BO:C,E AR:C,Nw disused
go out to party pachanguear [v] AMER
go out to party pachanguear [v] MX HN SV NI CR CU DO PR VE EC BO:W AR UY
adhere to an ideology, cause, political party, or person partidarizarse [v] NI PE BO
prevent a certain number of representatives of a party from voting, by a prior or honorable agreement parear [v] CL
have a party pichanguear [v] CL
party and have fun pijinear [v] HN
ask for an additional serving of a food at a party reenganchar [v] CU
party hard reventarse [v] MX
go party zandunguear [v] MX CL
go party sandunguear [v] CU PR PE CL AR:Nw
provide authorities with a written resolution for knowledge of an interested party sumillar [v] EC
party animal marchoso [adj]
two-party bipartidista [adj]
four-party cuatripartito [adj]
pertaining to the institutional revolutionary party in mexico priista [adj]
pertaining to the national coalition party of el salvador pecenista [adj]
related to the nazi party or nazism nazi [adj]
party nominated nominado por el partido [adj]
of the democratic action party of venezuela adeco [adj] VE
following or sympathizing with the democratic action party of venezuela adeco [adj] VE
related to the democratic action party of venezuela adeco [adj] VE
party crasher achocado [adj] MX:Se
supporting the center-right chilean political party alianza por chile aliancista [adj] CL
supporting of the peruvian political party alianza revolucionaria americana (apra) aprista [adj] PE UY
of the peruvian political party alianza revolucionaria americana (apra) apristón [adj] PE derog.
relating to the peruvian political party alianza revolucionaria americana (apra) aprista [adj] PE
affilaited with a political party/organization abanderado [adj] DO CL
wild (party) barranco [adj] VE
crazy (party) barranco [adj] VE
party-loving cachanchán [adj] DO
relating to peru's alianza popular revolucionaria americana (apra) political party búfalo [adj] PE
brought to a voting booth to vote for a particular party acarreado [adj] MX derog.
referring to the center-left chilean political party democracia cristiana decé [adj] CL
prone to decentralizing institutions (person/organization/political party/government) descentralista [adj] CO PE PY cult
supporter of the conservative political party curuncho [adj] EC
party-loving (person) chincualero [adj] MX
party-loving farrero [adj] EC:W BO CL AR UY PE disused
pertaining to the frente amplio, uruguayan political party frenteamplista [adj] UY
guest of honor at a party (person) fiesteado [adj] SV
being a member of the liberal party careto [adj] HN
favoring a political party in a litigation or competition cargado [adj] CO
party pooper fu [adj] VE CU
being a party lover guapachoso [adj] PA CU DO CO VE EC MX
lively and bustling (party) guapachoso [adj] SV
being a member of the conservative political party godo [adj] CO derog.
member of honduras' liberal party colorado [adj] HN
member of honduras' liberal party with a red colored flag, reflecting the color of saint nicolas' clothes colocho [adj] HN
set up to be carried out (meeting or party) cuadrado [adj] CU
pertaining to that political party (copeı) copeyano [adj] VE
pertaining to the colorado political party colorado [adj] DO UY
that appoints supporters in all positions, removing those appointed by the previous governing party (political party in power) comesolo [adj] DO
follower of the colorado political party colorado [adj] DO UY
party animal and hustler jodón [adj] SV
party animal and hustler jodión [adj] HN SV
party animal and hustler jodón [adj] SV
member or supporter of the movimiento bolivia libre (mbl) political party emebelista [adj] BO
belonging to the national party of honduras nacionalista [adj] HN
belonging to the national party of uruguay nacionalista [adj] UY
of a left leaning party or ideology ñangaril [adj] HN derog.
supporting the ruling party oficialista [adj] CU
belonging to the ruling party oficialista [adj] HN NI CU PE BO CL PY AR UY
following guidelines established by a political party oficialista [adj] CO
party-going pachangoso [adj] SV CO
relating to a bustling party pachanguero [adj] PE
pertaining to the revolución democrática political party perredista (prd) [adj] MX
pertaining to the revolución democrática political party perredista (prd) [adj] PA
pertaining to the nuevoprogresista political party penepeísta [adj] PR
pertaining to this political party pepedé (ppd) [adj] CL
being a party animal pijinero [adj] HN
party crasher presentado [adj] PR
party crasher presentao [adj] PR
party animal rochelero [adj] VE
party animal rumbero [adj] MX SV PA CU DO PR CO EC PR
supporter of the political party unidad democrática independiente udi [adj] CL
pertaining to the political party unidad democrática independiente udi [adj] CL
evening party sarao [m]
government party oficialismo [m]
joke of the party hazmerreír [m]
party blower matasuegras [m]
bachelor party despedida de soltero [m]
party who receives receptador [m]
british labour party laborismo [m]
party animal parrandero [m]
party (social event) guateque [m] ES CU
political party partido político [m]
party animal marchoso [m]
party animal fiestero [m]
after-party after [m]
four-party system cuatripartidismo [m]
ruling party oficialismo [m]
huge outdoor party macrobotellón [m]
party horn espantasuegras [m]
party horn matasuegras [m]
member of a political party abanderado [m] DO CL
follower or sympathizer of the political party acción democrática adeco [m] VE
doctrine of the acción democrática party adequismo [m] VE
party animal alcoholito [m] PA
person who joins a party without permission to do so alipego [m] HN rur.
big party featuring a joropo joropazo [m] CO VE
dull party that one attends out of duty velorio [m]
uninvited party guest arrocero [m] VE
ability of a small group of people to obtain or maintain power in an institution/political party/country argollismo [m] HN NI
small informal party arroz [m] VE disused
member of the political party arena arenero [m] SV
ideology and politics of the peruvian political party alianza revolucionaria americana (apra) aprismo [m] PE UY
sympathizer of the peruvian political party alianza revolucionaria americana (apra) apristón [m] PE derog.
meeting of supporters of a political party at a particular place (to raise the flag of their party) abanderamiento [m] DO
member of a political party/organization abanderado [m] DO CL
party pooper aguado [m] VE PE
wild party bembé [m] CU
wild party barranco [m] VE
surprise party fiesta sorpresa [m]
person giving his name to appear in a contract or business, instead of the name of the interested party calanchín [m] CO
member or supporter of the conservative party calandraco [m] NI
(during a party) a custom by which a gift is offered to the hosts ayni [m] BO:W,C
a noisy party, generally with alcoholic drinks bache [m] NI
a conventional party bacheo [m] GT
a conventional party bacilón [m] GT CU
a party bacuralate [m] CU
fun (in a party/meeting) bochinche [m] CU DO PR VE
party (group/community) brillo [m] CL
party animal bonchón [m] VE
regular customer at a party hall abonado [m] DO
crashing a party cacheteo [m] PR
party where sex and alcohol are prominent cacheteo party [m] CL rare derog.
member of the colombian liberal party during the middle of the 20th century cachiporro [m] CO
party among friends with music, popular dances, and regional foods buri [m] BO:E
group of union directors that belong to a particular political party buró sindical [m] VE
a little party with dancing and fun bailaíto [m] CU DO
costume party baile de fantasía [m] BO CL rare
a party where guests start taking their clothes off until they remain completely naked baile de perchero [m] CU
party with dancing baileteo [m] CO
a party or gathering with music and dancing bailable [m] CR CU DO PR CO VE CL PY AR:Nw UY
outrageous party descoque [m] SV
children's party despapaye [m] NI teen
children's party despapeye [m] NI
disorganized and noisy party desbunde [m] UY teen
family party motivito [m] CU
popular party with dancing cucuteo [m] HN derog.
rural party cumbí [m] DO
loud party charrango [m] HN
party with music and drinks chanchullo [m] PR teen
children's party dance (inglés) [m] NI
each boy that accompanies a girl celebrating her 15th birthday in the party in her honor chambelán [m] EC rare
each boy that accompanies a girl celebrating her 15th birthday in the party in her honor chambelán [m] MX HN NI PE
change in ideas, political party, business, or institution for personal interest chaquetazo [m] HN
party animal chincualudo [m] MX
party horn espantasuegras [m] MX CR PE
party horn espantasuegra [m] MX
party with drinking and dancing, generally in a private home fandango [m] DO BO
person belonging to the salvadoran revolutionary movement farabundo martí, a political party in el salvador farabundo [m] HN
politically active person who criticizes political parties without being affiliated with any particular political party francotirador [m] MX
excessive effort for success or excessive valuation of obtaining success by a third party exitismo [m] BO PY AR UY CL cult
active party partido activo [m]
party lover guapachoso [m] PA CU DO CO VE EC
house party gestión together (inglés) [m] PR
life of the party gracejo [m] GT HN SV
political ideology promoted by the conservative unión demócrata independiente party gremialismo [m] CL
after party after (party) [m]
male member or supporter of the social christian political party copeı (comité de organización política electoral ındependiente) copeyano [m] VE
male supporter of the apra political party compañero [m] PE
rural christmas party consuelito [m] DO
group of people who direct and control an institution or political party cogollo [m] VE
group of people who lead within a political party comando [m] DO VE BO
group of the people most committed to a political party corazón del rollo [m] PR
headquarters of a political party comité [m] SV DO AR UY
exclusive party cotelé [m] CL disused
housewarming party huasipichay [m] EC
housewarming party guachipichai [m] EC
house party where guests eat, drink, and dance huateque [m] MX
nice party gufeo [m] PR teen
nice party gufeo [m] DO
birthday party happy birthday (inglés) [m] CU disused
birthday party happy birthday (inglés) [m] HN PR PE BO
meeting or call to join an association, sports club, or political party jale [m] PE
intimate party julepe [m] PR
attitude of a politician that is not loyal to his/her party lentejismo [m] CO derog.