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Significados de "sudden" en diccionario español inglés : 33 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
sudden brusco [adj]
sudden imprevisto [adj]
General
sudden abrupto [adj]
sudden inesperado [adj]
sudden sorpresivo [adj]
sudden súbito [adj]
sudden precipitado [adj]
sudden arrebatado [adj]
sudden fulminante [adj]
sudden repentino [adj]
sudden abrupta [adj/f]
sudden inesperada [adj/f]
sudden sorpresiva [adj/f]
sudden súbita [adj/f]
sudden precipitada [adj/f]
sudden arrebatada [adj/f]
sudden repentina [adj/f]
sudden brusca [adj/f]
sudden arrebatoso [adj]
sudden subitáneo [adj]
sudden embate [m]
sudden arrebatosa [adj/f]
sudden subitánea [adj/f]
sudden accesional [adj]
sudden pronto [adj]
sudden no prevenido [adj]
sudden apresurado [adj]
sudden impensado [adj]
sudden pronta [adj/f]
sudden no prevenida [adj/f]
sudden impensada [adj/f]
sudden apresurada [adj/f]
Automotive
sudden inmediato [adj]

Significados de "sudden" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 303 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
all of a sudden súbitamente [adv]
sudden flare-up llamarada [f]
sudden gust (of wind) ráfaga [f]
sudden flash (of light) ráfaga [f]
(fig) sudden appearance of a large amount of something ola [f]
General
sudden braking frenazo [m]
sudden movement repente [m]
of a sudden súbitamente [adv]
of a sudden subitáneamente [adv]
sudden descent of a bird of prey on its quarry abatidura [f]
sudden fear aldabada [f] fig.
sudden onslaught algarada [f]
sudden burning deflagración [f]
sudden run, flight disparada [f] HN MX
sudden disturbance/uproar conflagración [f] fig.
sudden fright espantada [f]
sudden onset of horsemen espolonada [f]
sudden bound of a horse reparada [f]
sudden burst of wit llamarada [f]
sudden blush llamarada [f]
sudden check sobarbada [f]
sudden check with the bridle sofrenada [f]
sudden impulse taranta [f] CR CU EC
sudden attack zalagarda [f]
be seized with a fit or sudden illness accidentarse [v]
be pulseless and powerless through sudden accident despulsar [v]
sudden fit/illness accidente [m]
sudden impulse arranque [m]
sudden start arranque [m]
sudden attack arrebato [m]
sudden change of the wind contraste [m]
sudden bound of a horse hachazo [m] CO
sudden fit of illness insulto [m]
sudden meeting encuentro [m]
sudden mishap golpe [m]
sudden blaze of dry chips of wood gozo [m]
sudden emotion pronto [m]
sudden grief ramalazo [m]
sudden havoc rayo [m]
sudden attack by indians malón [m] SA
sudden change salto [m]
sudden fear sobresalto [m]
sudden assault sobresalto [m]
sudden calamity zaparrazo [m]
sudden pulling of reins serretazo [m]
sudden acceleration acelerada [f] fig.
sudden illness accidente [m]
sudden acceleration acelerón [m]
sudden downpour aguacero [m]
sudden downpour aguaje [m] GT NI DO CU
all of a sudden de pronto [adv]
sudden impulse venada [f]
sudden scare espantada [f]
sudden start arremetida [f]
sudden flight espantada [f]
sudden downpour tromba [f]
sudden blaze llamarada [f]
sudden flush llamarada [f]
sudden flash ráfaga [f]
sudden gust ráfaga [f]
sudden violent conflagración [f]
sudden apparent loss of vital function from shock/trauma/stroke sideración [f]
sudden capture of something that several other people are trying to obtain arranchadera [f] PE
sudden and thoughtless behavior of a person atarantazón [f] CR
sudden improvement of an activity atropellada [f] AR
sudden anger biaraza [f] SV AR UY
sudden and intense acceleration of a motor acelerada [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
sudden escape by a horse desbarajustada [f] HN SV
sudden acceleration (vehicle) galleteada [f] HN
sudden exit disparada [f] BO AR UY
sudden and sustained increase in price disparada [f] HN NI PE BO PY AR UY
sudden and disorganized change of subject ensaladilla [f] HN
sudden impulse loquetera [f] VE
sudden acceleration majada [f] CR
sudden drop in temperatures and concentration of clouds, in the area of arequipa, causing an oppressive environment and negative influence on the mood of people nevada [f] PE:S
sudden fleeting rain pasada de nube [f] GT
sudden onset of illness pataleta [f] CL AR UY
sudden tail movement rabada [f] MX disused
sudden tail wagging rabada [f] MX disused
extreme and sudden decision viarada [f] AR
extreme and sudden decision viaraza [f] AR UY
sudden inspiration tarántula [f] CU
come to a sudden stop parar en seco [v]
feel an uncontrollable sudden irritation atacarse [v] MX CL
feel sudden pain atrincarse [v] PA rur.
sids (sudden infant death syndrome) smsl [m]
sudden and intense joy alegrón [m]
sudden acceleration acelerón [m]
sudden change cambiazo [m]
sudden reaction of a horse, which suddenly raises its front legs abalanzo [m] AR
sudden, unexpected manner in which someone bothers someone else aleteo [m] CR
a sudden rainfall aguasal [m] SV NI
a sudden rainfall aguajal [m] GT SV
a sudden, copious and short lasting downpour aguaje [m] GT HN SV NI EC
sudden rain shower barrejobo [m] PA
sudden fury biaraza [m] SV AR UY
sudden anger biaraza [m] SV AR UY
sudden loss of patience acelere [m] MX DO
sudden and excessive increase in something bum (inglés) [m] US PR
sudden decrease bajetón [m] PE
sudden decline bajetón [m] PE
a sudden sharp pain ahínco [m] PA rur.
sudden closure of public and private establishments in anticipation of disturbances cierrapuertas [m] PE
sudden blow cimbriazo [m] PR
sudden strong pull, especially of a lasso or other rope cimbrón [m] AR UY
sharp, sudden, and passing pain cimbrón [m] EC
sudden strong pull, especially of a lasso or other rope cimbronazo [m] AR UY
sudden draft of air chiflón [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR CO EC PE BO CL AR
sudden draft of air chijete [m] AR UY
sudden dizziness caused by exhaustion or circumstances faracho [m] PA
sudden interruption of an activity frenón [m] GT
sudden stopping of something in motion frenón [m] MX GT
sudden dizziness caused by exhaustion or circumstances muyo-muyo [m] BO:W
pulling of a muscle or tendon due to sudden movement estirón [m] BO
violent or sudden jerk estironazo [m] CR
pulling of a muscle or tendon due to sudden movement estirón [m] EC rare
sudden and temporary flushing sensation due to menopause fogaje [m] PA
strong or sudden pull ajustón [m] SV
illness characterized by sudden rise in temperature, headache, inflammation of the respiratory tract and other symptoms colerón [m] BO:C,W
violent and sudden collision against an embankment coloncontrón [m] HN
violent and sudden collision against an embankment coloncontronazo [m] HN
sudden acceleration guiñón [m] SV
sharp, sudden, and passing pain hincón [m] NI EC PE
sudden pull halón [m] HN NI PA CU DO PR VE EC
sudden pull jalón [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO VE PE EC BO
acute and sudden pain produced by a tumor or boil jalón [m] DO
sudden bolting of animals jopeo [m] HN
sudden stop enfrenón [m] MX
sudden brake enfrenón [m] MX
sudden and considerable increase in price disparón [m] BO:E
short and sudden rain lloviznazo [m] CU
sudden dizziness caused by exhaustion or circumstances muyo-muyo [m] BO:W
sudden dizziness caused by exhaustion or circumstances faracho [m] PA
sudden madness pire [m] AR UY teen
sudden change quiebre [m] AR
sudden impulse ramplimazo [m] DO
sudden rising of a river repiquete [m] PE:E
sudden flooding repiquete [m] PE:E
sudden change in mood revire [m] AR UY
sudden change in mood reviro [m] AR
sudden disappointment tenamastazo [m] GT
sudden disappointment tetuntazo [m] GT
sudden gust of wind ventolero [m] CR
sudden leap volío [m] DO disused
sudden misfortune tenamastazo [m] GT
sudden misfortune tetuntazo [m] GT
sudden rise treponazo [m] CR
sudden jump volío [m] DO disused
sudden braking frenazo
a sudden outburst of anger un repentino arrebato de ira
a sudden outburst of anger un súbito estallido de ira
sudden death muerte súbita
sudden death muerte repentina
sudden change cambio brusco
sudden death la muerte súbita
on a sudden súbitamente [adv]
on a sudden de golpe [loc/adv]
on a sudden de repente [loc/adv]
Colloquial
all of a sudden de repente [adv]
a sudden departure despedida a la francesa [f]
sudden departure arrancada [f]
sudden disorder in peaceful gathering culebra [f]
sudden ideas or thoughts clarinada [f] HN
sudden impulse loquera [f] NI CR PA CU PR CO:C,W VE EC BO CL PY AR UY
sudden inspiration taranta [f] SV CR CU EC PY AR
inspire sudden love flechar [v]
get a sudden blow paparse [v]
take a sudden knock paparse [v]
go toward a thing or a place in a sudden or violent way abalanzarse [v] MX
cause someone sudden physical harm aguaicar [v] AR:Nw
experience a sudden loss of vision choquear [v] HN SV
show up all of a sudden enchutarse [v] HN
sudden fit pronto [m]
sudden feeling pronto [m]
fit of sudden anger bufido [m]
sudden love flechazo [m]
sudden, unlooked-for joy alegrón [m]
sudden, unexpected blow or attack antuvión [m]
sudden and passing indisposition arrechucho [m]
sudden shock/fright trabucazo [m]
disturbance, chaos, rumpus caused by a sudden event aguaje [m] CU
a sudden rainfall aguazal [m] GT HN NI
a sudden, brief moment of joy alegronazo de burro [m] CR
a sudden extravagant behavior camote [m] CR
sudden blow chicoteo [m] MX
sudden dismissal of one or several people guillotinazo [m] CL
sudden illness of unknown cause yeyo [m] PA
sudden gust of wind ventorral [m] CR
sudden attack aire [m]
sudden shower una nube de verano
Phrases
all of a sudden de golpe
all of a sudden que de pronto
all of a sudden de sopetón
all of a sudden en seco
all of a sudden de pronto
all of a sudden de golpe y porrazo
all of a sudden en un improviso
all of a sudden a las primeras de cambio ES
all of a sudden de buenas a primeras
all of a sudden de entrada
all of a sudden por instantes
all of a sudden por momentos
all of a sudden de repente
all of a sudden a simple vista
all of a sudden sin previo aviso
all of a sudden bruscamente
Idioms
all of a sudden de buenas a primeras [adv]
all of a sudden de golpe [adv]
all of a sudden de un solo pencazo [adv] HN NI CL
all of a sudden de primas a primeras [adv] HN SV NI
all of the sudden al puro ruido [adv] CR teen
all of the sudden de un riendazo [adv] GT CR
have a sudden shock darle a alguien un vuelco el corazón [v]
give someone a sudden reaction darle a alguien un pronto [v]
have a sudden fear verle las orejas al lobo [v]
experience sudden paralysis in some part of the body agarrar un aire [v] MX UY
experience sudden paralysis in some part of the body dar un aire [v] MX UY
experience sudden paralysis in some part of the body dar un aire [v] MX
experience a sudden cooling/drop in temperature and as a result suffer from nephritis/facial paralysis darle el aire [v] EC PE BO
make sudden movements moverse como tlaconete con sal [v] MX
make sudden movements parecer tlaconete en sal [v] MX
make sudden movements moverse como tlaconete en sal [v] MX
twist or make sudden movements parecer tlaconete en sal [v] MX
a sudden rush of blood to the head un súbito ataque de ira o entusiasmo
Speaking
all of a sudden, a dog appeared before / in front of me de repente se apareció un perro delante de mí
his sudden death la muerte súbita de él
Proverbs
better a steady drip than a sudden deluge más vale gotita permanente que aguacero de repente
Finance
sudden alarm sobresalto [m]
sudden stop of capital flows frenada brusca de la afluencia de capitales
sudden stop interrupción repentina de flujos externos
sudden stop frenada brusca de la afluencia de capitales
sudden stop of capital flows interrupción repentina de flujos externos
sudden stop crises interrupción repentina de flujos externos
sudden stop crises frenada brusca de la afluencia de capitales
Law
steal something with a sudden movement escamotear [v]
sudden death fallecimiento repentino
sudden emergency emergencia repentina
sudden heat of passion arranque pasional repentino
sudden death muerte súbita
sudden peril peligro repentino
sudden injury lesión inusitada
sudden heat of passion súbito arrebato
sudden death muerte súbita
sudden death fallecimiento repentino
Electricity
sudden short-circuit test ensayo de cortocircuito brusco
Electrics/Electronics
sudden ionospheric disturbance perturbación ionosférica súbita
Engineering
sudden shower aguacero [m]
sudden change cambio brusco
sudden accidental occurrences repentinos sucesos accidentales
sudden stop parada brusca
sudden ionospheric disturbance perturbación ionosférica súbita
sudden movement movimiento súbito
sudden failure fallo repentino
sudden infant death syndrome síndrome de muerte súbita infantil
sudden commencement comienzo repentino
sudden ionospheric disturbance perturbación ionosférica repentina
sudden-change relay relé de variación brusca
Chemistry
sudden increase subidón [m]
sudden insight penetración súbita
sudden polarization polarización súbita
sudden onset comienzo súbito
Biotechnology
sudden impulse repente [m]
Astronomy
sudden storm commencement inicio repentino de tormenta [m]
Geology
sudden drawdown descenso rápido del nivel de las aguas
General Medicine
sudden disease enfermedad repentina
sudden death muerte súbita
Medicine
sudden blocking of an artery embolia [f]
in sudden attacks paroxístico [adj]
sudden acute respiratory syndrome síndrome respiratorio agudo severo [m]
sudden infant death syndrome síndrome de muerte infantil súbita [m]
sudden infant death syndrome síndrome de muerte infantil repentina
sudden infant death syndrome síndrome de muerte súbita del lactante (smsl)
sudden death muerte súbita
sudden hypoacusia hipoacusia súbita
sudden infant death syndrome síndrome de muerte infantil súbita
Psychology
sudden sharp pain punzada [f]
sudden onset comienzo súbito
sudden unexplained death syndrome síndrome de muerte súbita inexplicada
sudden infant death syndrome síndrome de muerte súbita del lactante
sudden attack ataque súbito
sids (sudden infant death syndrome) smsl (síndrome de muerte súbita del lactante)
sids (sudden infant death syndrome) síndrome de muerte súbita del lactante
Nursing Terms
sudden death muerte súbita [n]
Rehabilitation
sudden increase in speed acelerón [m]
Construction
sudden enlargement of cross section estiramiento repentino de la sección transversal [m]
Technical
sudden failure fallo repentino [m]
sudden total failure fallo total repentino [m]
sudden failure esporádico repentino
sudden total failure esporádico total repentino
Aeronautics
sudden pull up tirón repentino
notice of sudden change notificación de cambio brusco
sudden change cambio brusco
sudden ionospheric disturbance perturbación ionosférica repentina
sudden ionospheric disturbance (sid) perturbación ionosférica repentina
Nautical
sudden increase in speed arrancada [f]
Environment
sudden warming calentamiento repentino
Energy
sudden short-circuit test ensayo en cortocircuito brusco
Football
sudden death muerte repentina
Tennis
sudden death muerte súbita
American Football
sudden death de muerte súbita
Botany
sudden retreat by a horse desbarajustada [f] HN SV
sudden retreat by a horse ajustón [m] HN rur.
Mythology
fantastic being living in the bottom of the river that causes sudden swells and whirlpools yacuruna [m] EC PE:E