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Anglais Espagnol
General
black-out váguido [m] MX GT NI VE:W BO
Psychology
black-out desmayarse [v]

Sens de "black-out" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 500 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
black negro [adj]
(chess) black piece negra [f]
black woman negra [f]
black henbane beleño [m]
the black colour negro [m]
black rot pudrición negra
General
black juyunga [f] EC
black tizna [f]
black pudding prieta [f] CL
black pudding rellena [f] MX CO PE
black pudding morcilla [f]
go black negrear [v]
appear black negrear [v]
dye black ennegrecer [v]
turn black ennegrecerse [v]
black and blue negriazul [adj]
black cambujo (nacido de padres de distintas razas) [adj]
black aciago [adj]
black-eyed ojinegro [adj]
black cerrado [adj]
black (tea) solo [adj]
black-haired pelinegro [adj]
black and blue amoratado [adj]
black tenebroso [adj]
black and blue lívido [adj]
black atezado [adj]
black and white maniqueo [adj]
jet-black azabachado [adj]
black-and-white blanquinegro [adj]
black-and-white monocromo [adj]
very black renegrido [adj]
black yana [adj] BO AR
black grifo [adj]
black zaino [adj]
black cloud nublado [m]
black coffee solo [m]
black juyungo [m] EC
black lead lápiz [m]
black coffee tinto [m] AMER
black hole pulsar [m]
black vulture urubú [m] AMER
black lead grafito [m]
black marketeer estraperlista [m/f]
black cambuja (nacida de padres de distintas razas) [adj/f]
black aciaga [adj/f]
black-eyed ojinegra [adj/f]
black cerrada [adj/f]
black-haired pelinegra [adj/f]
black and blue amoratada [adj/f]
black tenebrosa [adj/f]
black and blue lívida [adj/f]
black atezada [adj/f]
black and white maniquea [adj/f]
jet-black azabachada [adj/f]
black-and-white blanquinegra [adj/f]
black-and-white monocroma [adj/f]
very black renegrida [adj/f]
black grifa [adj/f]
black oscuro [adj]
jet-black azabache [adj]
black american woman afronorteamericana [f]
black flag bandera negra [f]
turn black and blue acardenalarse [v]
dye black atezar [v]
be dyed black atezarse [v]
black american afronorteamericano [adj]
dyed black atramentoso [adj] disused
jet black colored azabachado [adj]
jet black azabache (árabe) [adj]
black, white and bluish azulejo [adj] PA AR UY
black-bearded barbinegro [adj]
black-and-white blanquinegro [adj]
black snouted bocinegro [adj]
made from the black grape bodocal [adj]
black american man afronorteamericano [m]
black atramento [m] disused
jet black azabache (árabe) [m]
black-jack black jack [m]
black-jack blackjack [m]
black-jack black-jack [m]
pork blood mixed with onion to stuff black pudding bodrio [m]
as black as soot tan negro como el hollín [adv]
as black as tan negro como [adv]
black sea-bream chopa [f]
black and blue mark roncha [f]
black magic nigromancia [f]
black beetle cucaracha [f]
black magic magia negra [f]
black negra [f]
a black female negra [f]
a kind of black glass formed by volcanoes obsidiana [f]
black vulture sucha [f] BO
black widow (honduras) cazampulga [f]
black piece (chess) negra [f]
black fig breva [f]
black-headed gull gaviota reidora [f]
disease caused by a fungus that affects plants in the form of a black dust and ruins the fruit (attacking particularly corn crops) atopa [f] EC rur.
disease caused by a fungus that affects plants in the form of a black dust and ruins the fruit (it particularly attacks corn crops) atupa (voz quechua) [f] EC rur.
black pearl perla negra [f]
black painting pintura negra [f]
black thorn espina negra [f]
black racer serpiente corredora negra [f]
black race raza negra [f]
black sea region región del mar negro [f]
black rose rosa negra [f]
black tie cena de gala [f]
black comedy comedia negra [f]
black-and-white photography fotografía en blanco y negro [f]
black t-shirt camiseta negra [f]
black beer cerveza negra [f]
black jacket chaqueta negra [f]
black church iglesia negra (iglesias protestantes que históricamente han tenido congregaciones predominantemente afroamericanas en los estados unidos) [f]
black literature literatura policíaca [f]
black lamp lámpara negra [f]
black comedy comedia de humor negro [f]
black tie corbata negra [f]
black butterfly mariposa negra [f]
black mark marca negra [f]
black literature literatura negra [f]
black mulberry mora negra [f]
black peat turba negra [f]
black grape uva negra [f]
black fingernail uña negra [f]
black fingernail uña sucia [f]
black mark mala nota [f]
black strap molasses melaza residual [f]
black mass misa negra [f]
black sea coast costa del mar negro [f]
black word palabra negra [f]
black pen pluma de tinta negra [f]
typical marimba music of the black communities in the northwestern province of ecuador, with dancing agua corta, [f] EC:Nw
a dance cultivated in its origins by black slaves agua de nieve [f] PE disused
a rough mottled black and white woolen fabric barchila [f] AR:Nw rur.
black market bolsa negra [f] CU
plumage bird which is black on the back and on the wings, and yellow on the chest calandria [f] PR
cup of black coffee after waking up la amanecida [f] CU
black market bolsa negra [f] CU
black malt beer with a low alcohol content bicervecina [f] BO
chotan black music bomba [f] EC:Nw
chotan black dance bomba [f] EC:Nw
black olive aceituna de botija [f] PE
rooster with black, white and reddish feathers búlica [f] HN
black magic burundanga [f] CU
black woman with little hair cabeza de clavo [f] US CU
annual visit made by the parishioners of several towns in santa cruz, guanacaste province, with the image of the black christ of esquipulas on january 14th, on the eve of the festival of santa cruz demanda [f] CR:Nw
person who follows the trend of dressing in black and having a melancholic attitude darketa [f] MX
concave disc made of black wax for playing cuepa cuepa [f] SV NI CR disused
cigarette made of black tobacco and rolled with a corn husk chalita [f] BO
a witchcraft fetish or charm made of black tape with seven knots, each one of which has a different perfume and is associated with a thought having to do with a work goal cinta de siete nudos [f] PR
black plaster sealant for roofs and vehicles chapopota [f] SV
black woman chumeca [f] CR
spicy corn dough stuffed with black turtle beans carabina [f] VE
shoe polish, especially black in color chinola (de shinola®) [f] GT HN SV NI
white and black spur espuela variaca [f] PR
white and black spur (fighter cock) espuela variaca [f] PR
white and black spur (fighter cock) cariaca [f] PR
black person guacuca [f] PA
colorization of black and white photographs coloreada [f] CL
black female person native to the lesser antilles cocola [f] DO PR derog.
black woman coquimba [f] PA
wicker ring covered with black and purple tissue paper to honor the dead corona [f] BO
small black cockroach mandinga [f] PA
very aggressive black wasp mandinga [f] PA
white person who performs in black face in this group lubola [f] UY
black person from the non-spanish antilles especially guadalupe and martinica who speaks creole madama [f] PA
group of black people who are doing agricultural work on a farm negrería [f] BO
group of black people negrería [f] CO
group of black people negramenta [f] CO
group of black people negramenta [f] HN VE derog.
saying or action typical of black people negrada [f] CU derog.
black jamaican woman meca [f] PA disused
black madonna negrita la negrita [f] CR
person who makes or sells black pudding moronguera [f] GT
english-speaking black woman merola [f] PA
black woman whose speech is incomprehensible ñáñiga [f] PR disused
black woman whose speech is incomprehensible ñáñiga [f] DO
dark-skinned black woman negra angola [f] PR derog.
dark-skinned black woman negra ceniza [f] DO
black woman negra retinta [f] CU DO PR UY
black woman negra prieta [f] CU DO PR derog.
dark-skinned black woman negra abisinia [f] DO
black woman nicharda [f] CU derog.
black woman neguiña [f] BO:N
person born of black and white parents parda [f] EC disused
person born of black and white parents parda [f] UY derog.
black paint stain to separate attendees at the black and white party pintica [f] CO:Sw
black person raza de color [f] HN NI BO
black pudding prieta [f] CL
black person pochota [f] SV
black woman prieta [f] CU DO PR
black piranha palometa [f] BO:E
black pudding rellena [f] MX CO PE:S
person of white and black parents with light skin and eyes and curly light brown or blond hair rusa [f] CU
black person wacuca [f] PA
black volcanic sand xalnene [f] MX disused rur.
group of children of indigenous and black parents zambería [f] PE
characteristics of children of indigenous and black parents zambería [f] EC
black person timba [f] PA
unit of volume of solid black sugar weighing 0.5 kg tapa [f] HN NI
black pudding soricua [f] MX:W
get black with soot tiznarse [v]
black embetunar [v]
turn black negrecer [v]
make black ennegrecer [v]
black boicotear [v]
be in the black tener saldo positivo [v]
turn black negrear [v]
black somebody's eye poner morado el ojo de alguien (de un golpe) [v]
black out borrarse [v] DO PR BO
dye the tip black teñir la punta negra [v]
be on the black market estar en el mercado negro [v]
be dressed in black tights llevar puestas medias negras [v]
be sold on the black market venderse en el mercado negro [v]
be available on the black market estar disponible en el mercado negro [v]
(for a white man) live with a black or brown woman katunguear [v] BO
black ball radiar (francés) [v] MX BO:W PY UY
black-and-blue amoratado [adj]
black zaíno [adj]
(someone) with black hair de pelo negro [adj]
(someone) with black hair de pelo oscuro [adj]
(someone) with black hair moreno [adj] ES
black and white blanquinegro [adj]
green and black verdinegro [adj]
with skin patterned in white and black patches tordo [adj]
extremely black renegrido [adj]
pitch-black muy oscuro [adj]
black-and-white blanco y negro [adj]
black-footed patinegro [adj]
jet-black negro azabache [adj]
pitch-black negro como boca de lobo [adj]
soft black (hair) agallinazado [adj] PE
having more features of white than black (a mulatto) adelantado [adj] CU
gallinaceous with black, white and reddish feathers adoquinado [adj] HN
black (offensive in united states) albarazado [adj] MX PE rare
of mixed race (black and indian) zambo [adj]
near black fosco [adj]
black and white colored (animals) marmoleado  [adj] MX NI PA PR EC PE BO
with coloring that includes vertical black stripes on the stomach and horizontal black stripes on the legs on a yellow or white background (cattle) ararado [adj] PA rur.
black (coffee) apuyao [adj] PR
having more black people than white people traits (mulatto) atrasado [adj] CU DO
black backed gran gaviota de espalda negra [adj]
black as ebony negro como el ébano [adj]
black as soot negro como el carbón [adj]
black coated cubierto de negro [adj]
black eyed de ojos negros [adj]
dark grey or black and white (fabric) barchilo [adj] AR:Nw rur.
black-colored azanatado [adj] HN
with black, white and reddish feathers (cock/rooster) búlico [adj] HN
with black, white and reddish feathers (cock/rooster) adoquinado [adj] HN
with black, white and reddish feathers (cock/rooster) empedrado [adj] HN
with black, white and reddish feathers (cock/rooster) giro [adj] HN AR
black (eye) abollado [adj] US rare
black (eye) abollado [adj] CU DO EC
black skinned and thick, pronounced lips cuscungo [adj] EC:S
black (person) cusungo [adj] EC:S derog.
black (person) cutato [adj] PE
small, round, and black (bean) chileno [adj] PE
black (person) chumeco [adj] CR
jet black chivillo [adj] PE
thick-lipped (black person) chembo [adj] DO
black (person) carabalí [adj] PR CU
small, black, and vivacious (person's eyes) chuspi [adj] EC
small, black, and vivacious (person's eyes) chuspiojos [adj] CR
black cenizo [adj] DO
black-colored cenizo [adj] DO
black carulo [adj] SV
mottled black and white castellano [adj] CL
with dark or black feathers with yellow spots (rooster) giro (italiano) [adj] VE:W rur.
with dark or black feathers with yellow spots (rooster) giro (italiano) [adj] GT CR PA CU DO CO EC BO
with black and white feathers (rooster) giro (italiano) [adj] DO AR NI PE CL rur.
with black, white, and red feathers (hen) giro [adj] HN AR
black with brown spots on the nose and flanks golondrino [adj] MX
black colored grone [adj] PE BO CL UY
black grone [adj] PE BO CL UY
pertaining to black people native to the lesser antilles cocolo [adj] DO
having gray feathers with brown or black spots jabado [adj] CU PR
having gray feathers with brown or black spots javado [adj] PR
as black as tan negro como [adj]
as black as soot tan negro como el hollín [adj]
having black feathers lempo [adj] CR rur.
black juyungo [adj] EC derog.
(rooster or hen) with gray feathers with brown or black spots javado [adj] PR
with yellow feathers on the neck and wings, and black feathers on the body (fighter cock) jiro [adj] MX GT SV NI CR CU DO BO PY
with yellow feathers on the neck and wings, and black feathers on the body (fighter cock) jiro [adj] UY disused
having white fur with yellow, black, or sorrel spots jobero [adj] PR
black-snouted jociquiprieto [adj] PR
black mandingo [adj] PE BO
relating to a carnival group of black people and white people in black face dancing to the beat of tabors lubolo [adj] UY
having black, white, and red plumage empedrado [adj] HN
white with black ears orejinegro [adj] CO
black, curly, and frizzy mocho [adj] AR:Nw
having black, curly, and frizzy hair mocho [adj] AR:Nw
faded black mono [adj] PA
dark reddish black meco [adj] MX
black morado [adj] GT SV NI derog.
black morongón [adj] SV derog.
black morongudo [adj] NI derog.
very black with some white fur mosco [adj] CL rur.
bluish black skinned muco [adj] HN
black nápiro [adj] NI CR
black moyolo [adj] HN derog.
being a white person who relates to cultural behaviour and tastes attributed to black people negrero [adj] CU derog.
being a white person who relates to cultural behaviour and tastes attributed to black people negrero [adj] CU derog.
black ñigui [adj] HN derog.
ugly and black negrushío [adj] SV derog.
black prieto [adj] HN
of black race prieto [adj] HN PA CU DO PR
of black race quemadito [adj] PR
with black and gray fur romano [adj] NI EC
with black, white, and red fur sardo [adj] HN SV NI PR
very dark black colored retinto [adj] DO VE BO:W AR UY
black teñido [adj] PR rur.
having indigenous and black parents zambo [adj] US MX GT HN NI CR DO PR CO VE EC PE BO CL AR UY
having indigenous and black traits zambo [adj] GT HN BO CL
having indigenous and black traits zambo [adj] UY rare
black-colored tinto [adj] HN SV NI
black tostado [adj] HN
black-and-blue verdeado [adj] BO:W
black ribbon crespón [m]
black rot tabaco [m]
black howler monkey manechi [m]
black mold negrón [m]
wied's black-tufted-ear marmoset sagüi [m]
black sand carboncillo [m]
black-and-blue mark cardenal [m]
black-tailed rattlesnake cushishin [m]
black goby chaparrudo [m]
black-borderer atromarginado [m]
black-headed squirrel monkey frailecito [m]
black howling monkey manechi [m]
type of black snake tilcuate [m] MX
black-backed jackal chacal común [m]
asian black bear oso tibetano [m]
black grouse gallo lira [m]
supermassive black hole agujero negro supermasivo [m]
black bear oso negro [m]
black alder aliso [m] ES
black bear oso tibetano [m]
black bear oso del himalaya [m]
black bear baribal [m]
black bear oso negro asiático [m]
black eye ojo morado [m]
carbon black negro de carbón [m]
black-eyed pea caupí [m]
black forest gâteau pastel selva negra [m]
black-footed rock wallaby walabí de las rocas de flancos negros [m]
black guillemot arao aliblanco [m]
black gold oro negro [m]
black grouse (lyrurus tetrix) gallo lira [m]
black hole agujero negro [m]
black ice verglás [m]
black humor humor negro [m]
black hole hoyo negro [m]
black metal black metal [m]
black market mercado negro [m]
black-necked grebe zampullín cuellinegro [m]
black redstart colirrojo tizón [m]
black rhinoceros rinoceronte negro [m]
black tea té negro [m]
black tern fumarel común [m]
black tern gaviotín negro [m]
black vulture buitre negro americano [m]
little black dress little black dress [m]
little black dress vestidito negro [m]
black coffee negrito [m] VE
black coffee tinto [m] CO
black-eyed pea frijol [m] VE
black vulture gallinazo [m] CO
black vulture jote [m] BO
black vulture zamuro [m] VE
black-eyed pea (república dominicana) anconí [m]
black vulture (venezuela) guaraguao [m]
black vulture (el salvador/guatemala) zope [m]
black vulture (costa rica/el salvador/guatemala/honduras/méxico/nicaragua) zopilote [m]
black ethnicity negro [m]
black poplar chopo [m]
black gold petróleo [m]
wood of the black carob tree algarrobo negro [m] UY
fighting rooster with yellow feathers on the wings and black on the breast talisayo [m] DO VE
black rooster with yellow wings jiro [m] MX CAM CU DO BO PY
insect-eating bird up to 35 cm in length, brownish-gray feathers with reds and blacks and long white and black tail curiango [m] AR
black coffee café negro [m] AMER
black coffee café cerrero [m] CO VE
long white and black tail aguaitacamino [m] VE
name given to god by black people Baní [m] CU
black henna tattoo tatuaje de henna negra [m]
black bogy duende negro [m]
black market ticket entrada del mercado negro [m]
black and blue spot cardenal [m]
black donkey asno negro [m]
black knight caballero negro [m]
black saturday sábado negro [m]
black fingernail hongo infeccioso [m]
black cattle ganado negro [m]
black board eraser borrador de pizarra [m]
black spiderman hombre araña negro (personaje de comic) [m]
black-anneal ennegrecido (metalurgia) [m]
black english inglés afroamericano (inglés hablado por población urbana negra en estados unidos) [m]
black humour humor negro [m]
black budget presupuesto negro (presupuesto secreto de una sociedad/departamento estatal) [m]
black english in literature inglés negro en la literatura [m]
black bug insecto negro [m]
black cumin comino negro [m]
black cherry juice jugo de cereza negra [m]
black game juego negro [m]
black market ticket billete del mercado negro [m]
black leopard leopardo negro [m]
black sesame sésamo negro [m]
black mark punto negro [m]
black donkey burro negro [m]
black knight caballero oscuro [m]
black sweater suéter negro [m]
black theater teatro negro [m]
black belt cinturón negro (artes marciales) [m]
black-marketeering comercio ilegal [m]
black pea frijol de ojo negro [m]
black henna tattoo tatuaje de alheña negra [m]
black nationalism nacionalismo negro [m]
black cumin oil aceite de comino negro [m]
black bread pan negro [m]
black pen bolígrafo de tinta negra [m]
black-anneal recocido (metalurgia) [m]
black destiny destino negro [m]
black avocado aguacate negro [m] HN
black avocado aguacate morado [m] GT
black bitter coffee bolón [m] VE
black butterfly bicho quemador [m] AR
black or bluish black rooster with golden feathers on the wings calandrio [m] PR
black or bluish black rooster with golden feathers on the wings calandro [m] PR rur.
black coffee café negro [m] DO PR
black coffee café negro [m] MX GT NI DO VE EC CL PY UY
black coffee without sugar café prieto y pulla [m] PR
black coffee café puro [m] EC
black coffee café prieto [m] PR
very strong black coffee café tinta [m] PR
very strong black coffee café retinto [m] CU
very strong black coffee café tinto [m] PA DO VE EC BO
a traditional funerary dance in which dancers are dressed in black and wear bird feathers ayarachi [m] PE
(for clothing) black azopilotado [m] HN NI
black babún [m] CU
red colored black/mulatto hair cabello de bija [m] DO
black magic budú [m] PR
horse with two white legs and two black legs caballo cruzado [m] VE
white horse with black spots caballo rucio [m] DO VE
rooster with black, white and reddish feathers búlico [m] HN
a theater performance with music, dance and poetic texts of politic and religious nature between two groups of performers (one represents spanish colonizers and the other, the black, represent the indigenous people) baile de los diablitos [m] HN:C NI
a theater performance with music, dance and poetic texts of politic and religious nature between two groups of performers (one represents spanish colonizers and the other, the black, represent the indigenous people) baile de moros y cristianos [m] GT HN NI
a dance performed by a person dressed in black, with a wooden mask with a big mustache, a whip on his/her right hand and a stuffed iguana on his/her left hand, dancing with flute music and to the rhythm of a drum, in honor of st. matthew baile del garrobo [m] HN:W
a type of violet-colored wood streaked with black camotillo [m] MX
puff pastry topped with black sugar carasucia [m] AR:Nw
eastern black sea mar negro oriental [m]
person who follows the trend of dressing in black and having a melancholic attitude darketo [m] MX
dance of black people and music for this dance caracumbé [m] DO
a goblet made of cattle hide with hair on the outside that is white with black spots cubo habado [m] HN
dance of black people and music for this dance cumbé [m] DO
drum made from the trunk of a palm tree, used by black people on the pacific coast of colombia cununo [m] CO
large and strong black man culebrón [m] PR derog.
suckling pig marinated in chili pepper, lime, black pepper, cumin, and salt, that is baked in the oven and served accompanied with potatoes, bananas, yams, salad, and a spicy sauce made primarily of chili peppers and tomatoes chancho [m] BO
black person cutato [m] PE
black or red tablet for covering slits in footwear chapupo [m] SV
black and spicy nicaraguan tobacco chilcagre [m] NI
small, round, black bean chileno [m] PE
glass flask or bottle used to serve a sauce prepared with spicy chili pepper, onion, ground black pepper, and vinegar chilero [m] NI CR
black man chumeco [m] CR
jet black color chivillo [m] PE
skinny and emaciated black person caquirrí [m] DO
large round black spotted yellow bean chonete [m] NI
black ribbon chongo [m] HN
dice game in which the same black figures win and the red or the combination of red and black lose chingolingo [m] MX GT HN SV
mixed race (indigenous and black) chino [m] PE
low-quality black tobacco cigarette (very strong and smelly) chiriboga [m] EC disused
black, small, and tender bean espelón [m] MX:Se
one of the characters used in voodoo ceremonies, that has origin in african customs of black slaves candelón [m] DO
rooster with dark almost black skin similar to the guinea fowl carniprieto [m] PR
one of the characters used in voodoo ceremonies that has its origin in the african customs of black slaves, candeló [m] DO
black guacuco [m] PA
black person guacuco [m] PA
rooster feathers between black and white giro [m] DO PR
blue-black or reddish-black rooster with golden feathers on wings gallo calandrio [m] PR
rooster feathers between black and white gallo giro [m] MX CO BO
ethnic group product of miscegenation of arawak and caribbean women with black african slaves garifuna [m] GT HN SV NI
meeting of white and black people congrí [m] CU
small, single membrane drum used in dances of african origin and parties celebrated by black people cua [m] PR
black male person native to the lesser antilles cocolo [m] DO PR derog.
black man congo [m] PR derog.
black man coquimbo [m] PA
black person's curly hair confitillo [m] CU
caribbean creole, whose parents are black and white creole (inglés) [m] HN UY
an accident black spot punto negro [m]
an accident black spot tramo de concentración de accidentes [m]
black hole hoyo negro [m] EC CL rare
black hole hoyo negro [m] MX CR CU
suckling pig marinated in chili pepper, lime, black pepper, cumin, and salt, roasted in an oven and served with potatoes, bananas, sweet potatoes, salad, and hot tomato and chili pepper sauce lechón [m] BO
peanut and black honey candy kaí ladrillo [m] PY
black man kid chocolate [m] CU
traditional carnival character representing an older black woman dressed in bright colors mama vieja [m] AR UY
black rot mal de hilachas [m] GT EC
beige horse with a black stripe down its back mapano [m] MX
black or white thread used as an amulet llojke [m] AR:Nw
black or white thread used as an amulet lloque [m] AR:Nw