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Sens de "country" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 51 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
country país [m]
country campo [m]
country campesino [adj]
General
country geografía [f]
country rústico [adj]
country campestre [adj]
country campisto [adj] HN VE
country agreste [adj]
country provinciano [adj]
country monte [m]
country rústica [adj/f]
country campista [adj/f] HN VE
country provinciana [adj/f]
country campesino [adj]
country country (inglés) [adj]
country clima [m]
country comarca [f]
country tierra [f]
country rural [adj]
country de campo [adj]
country de provincia [adj]
country monteño [adj] SV
country monterolo [adj] SV derog.
country lecho [m]
country estado [m]
country terreno [m]
country campaña [f]
country campiña [f]
country nación [f]
country campesina [adj/f]
country provincial [adj]
country grosero [adj]
country rudo [adj]
country ruda [adj/f]
country grosera [adj/f]
country campal [adj] disused
country campirano [adj] MX HN EC
country chuncho [adj] PE BO
country verde [m] AMER
Colloquial
country manudo [adj] GT
country ispa [m] UY
Slang
country maizudo [adj] HN derog.
Business
country campo [m]
country país [m]
Law
country nación [f]
country patria [f]
Engineering
country provincia [f]
country comarca [f]
country del país
Mining
country lecho [m]
Ecology
country campestre [m]

Sens de "country" dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 1 résultat(s)

Espagnol Anglais
General
country [m] country music

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

Anglais Espagnol
Common
country home quinta [f] CO VE AR
relating to the state (country) estatal [adj]
an allegedly imperialistic country imperio [m] VE
country house caserío [m]
country estate fundo [m]
General
country estate hacienda [f]
country estate heredad [f]
open country campiña [f]
country house casería [f]
country bumpkin paleta [f]
country house finca [f]
country estate finca [f]
country house quinta [f]
country inn venta [f]
mother country metrópoli [f]
from the same country paisano [adj]
country house casal [m]
country bumpkin paleto [m]
country house pazo [m]
third-world country tercermundista [m]
the basque country euskadi [m/f]
from the same country paisana [adj/f]
country house villa [f]
cross-country race cross [m]
open country despoblado [m]
back country campo [m]
open country campo [m]
wall of a country home almacería [f]
country house casa de campo [f]
country-house casería [f]
agrarian measurement of catalonia, equivalent to over thirty six areas in most of the country cuartera (catalán) [f]
pertaining to country house alijariego [adj]
country property alijariego [adj]
recently taken from his country bozal [adj]
from the country campestre [adj]
from the same country conterráneo [adj]
open country descampado [adj]
country house cortijo [m]
country property cortijo [m]
country house alijar (árabe) [m]
country property alijar (árabe) [m]
country road camino vecinal [m]
open country campo raso [m]
country-house casal [m]
country house caserío [m]
country house cigarral [m]
country music country (inglés) [m]
weather predictions made by country folk, based on weather variations in the first few days of january and august cabañuelas [f/pl]
(in their) respective country en su respectivo país [adv]
(in their) respective country en sus respectivos países [adv]
cross country por cordillera [adv] HN SV rur.
country state hacienda [f]
country propriety hacienda [f]
native country patria [f]
mountainous country or region serranía [f]
country dweller pajuerana [f] AR BO PY UY
country bumpkin pardilla [f]
mexican country music música ranchera [f]
mother country madre patria [f]
a person who is from the country of australia or of australian descent australiana [f]
person who is from the country of georgia georgiana [f]
home country patria [f]
country home quinta [f]
woman who belongs to one of the ethnic groups of a country autóctona [f] GT HN NI PE
back country región interior de un país [f]
back country zona rural [f]
cajun country zona de estado de luisiana [f]
country event where horses are broken amansadura [f] CL
person who serves foreign interests to the detriment of those of one's own country cipaya [f] CU UY
capital of a country capirucha [f] MX GT HN SV derog.
country house located near a city estancia [f] CU DO
country house located near a city estancia [f] VE disused
country house casa quinta [f] CU CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
main residence of a country estate casa patronal [f] CL
main residence of a country estate casaquinta [f] CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
country villa casa quinta [f] CU CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
traditional rural character common in the center and south of the country huasa [f] CL
traditional rural character common in the center and south of the country guasa [f] CL
community work by a group of country people or peasants to build a house or work in the field junta de embarre [f] PA rur.
clay spittoon in which the country people or peasants deposit their sputum to be examined by the healer kanalla [f] BO:S
saying or action by a country person or peasant jibarada [f] PR
saying or action by a country person or peasant jibarería [f] PR derog.
district or territory inhabited by country people or peasants jibaría [f] EC disused
large wooden hut in which a country or peasant family lives jibaría [f] EC disused
country person or peasant in puerto rico especially white jíbara [f] PR VE PE
group of country people jinchada [f] NI derog.
country woman manuta [f] PA rare
saying or act typical of a country person montañerada [f] CO derog.
country woman montañera [f] CO
country woman montuna [f] HN VE derog.
country woman montuna [f] PA DO
country bumpkin naca [f] MX NI BO derog.
country bumpkin payucana [f] AR
social or political campaign invoked from the need to save the country patriada [f] AR
country home quinta [f] PA AR
person who lives in the country pueblina [f] CL
inhabitant of the gorges in the north of the country quebradeña [f] AR
typical clothing of people who live in the country remúa [f] DO disused
country seat estancia [f] CU VE
country estate granja [f]
leave one's country expatriar [v]
go back to one's country repatriarse [v]
withdraw from one’s country expatriarse [v]
flee the country huir del país [v]
escape from the country huir del país [v]
cross a country by land atravesar un país por tierra [v]
fight for the country luchar por la patria [v]
adopt the customs of the spanish-speaking country in which someone is living acriollarse [v] PA DO PR VE PE CL
adopt the customs of the spanish-speaking country in which someone is living acriollarse [v] PY AR UY rare
make a foreigner acquire the customs of the country acriollar [v] CU DO PR VE
diminish the cultural level of a country, a society or an institution achatarse [v] AR UY
adopt the customs of a country aplatanarse [v] CU DO
notify prohibition from leaving the country before trial arraigar [v] MX GT PE BO CL AR
be prohibited from leaving the country before trial arraigar [v] MX GT PE BO CL AR
deliver the national flag to a person/group/delegation to represent the country abroad abanderar [v] PA CU DO PR
deliver the national flag to a person/group/delegation to represent the country abroad abanderar [v] VE rare
strongly defend the rights of a country banderear [v] VE
be a leading country for ser un país líder para [v]
be loyal to the country ser leal al país [v]
be plunged into chaos (referring to an institution/country) desbarrancarse [v] EC AR UY
divide or separate a country, political party, society or administration cisionar [v] PE cult
be a leading country for ser un país de vanguardia en cuanto a [v]
be a leading country for ser un país líder en [v]
apply to a representative of a country in cuba to authorize a family member to emigrate reclamar [v] CU
take a minor out of the country arrancar verde [v] CU
from the same country or place paisano [adj]
country (rural area) campero [adj]
from the same country coterráneo [adj]
cross-country campestre [adj]
pertaining to the country of sudan sudanés [adj]
related to the country or language of georgia georgiano [adj]
pertaining to the country of germany alemán [adj]
pertaining to the country/people or language checo [adj]
pertaining to trinidad or to the people or language of that country trinitense/ [adj]
pertaining to trinidad or to the people or language of that country trinitario [adj] VE
pertaining to trinidad or to the people or language of that country trinitaria [adj] VE
pertaining to cross-country skiing nórdico [adj]
pertaining to the country of estonia estonio [adj]
country-styled bucólico [adj]
who has adopted the customs of a country acriollado [adj] CU DO PR PE AR
related to bottomland or rustic country veguero [adj]
who belongs to one of the ethnic groups of a country autóctono [adj] GT HN NI PE
smuggled into a country (vehicle) bárbaro [adj] BO
cross-country barrero [adj] AR UY
relating to the country campeño [adj] HN
disorganized (country/organism/institution) descentrado [adj] PE
pertaining to someone who lives in an urban space but not in the capital of the country chagra (del quechua) [adj] EC derog.
country-like (person) chuncho [adj] PE BO
smuggled into the country (car) chuto [adj] BO
from the country fuerano [adj] SV NI
living and working in the country guajiro [adj] PR
born in the country criollo [adj] HN UY
pertaining to huasos, traditional rural characters in the center and south of the country huaso [adj] CL rur.
pertaining to the rest of the country outside of the capital interiorano [adj] PA CO:N
of the country julunche [adj] SV
of the country juluncho [adj] SV
of the country juluncho [adj] SV
pertaining to a country person or peasant jibaresco [adj] PR cult
sympathizing with country person or peasant customs jibarista [adj] PR
from the country jincho [adj] SV NI
from the same country llajtamasi [adj] BO
relating to country people lonco [adj] PE
betraying one's own country to foreigners malinche [adj] MX GT SV
betraying one's own country to foreigners malinchista [adj] MX HN SV NI
living in the country monteño [adj] SV
living in the country monterolo [adj] SV derog.
from the same country paisa [adj] MX GT HN SV NI VE EC CL
country person poblano [adj] HN SV NI GT BO
country person poblano [adj] PA disused
encourages a country person/farmer to start a festivity ¡auja! [interj] PA rur.
encourages a country person/farmer to start work ¡auja! [interj] PA rur.
country estate cortijo [m]
basque country euskadi [m]
country-risk país-riesgo [m]
basque country país vasco [m]
house in the country chalé [m]
oil-exporting country país exportador de petróleo [m]
an inhabitant of the coastal regions of a country costeño [m] LAM
country code código del país [m]
a person who is from the country of australia or of australian descent australiano [m]
person who is from the country of georgia georgiano [m]
country music country [m]
a white wine from the basque country chacolí [m]
adjustment of a foreigner to the customs of the country acriollamiento [m] CU DO PE
adjustment of a foreigner to the customs of the country acriollamiento [m] US rare
mediocrity or intellectual poverty of a country, society or institution achatamiento [m] BO CL AR UY
person who behaves as a country person camperuso [m] VE
brother country país hermano [m]
ability of a small group of people to obtain or maintain power in an institution/political party/country argollismo [m] HN NI
be legally prohibited from leaving the country before trial arraigo [m] EC PE BO CL
legal notification of the prohibition from leaving the country before trial arraigo [m] EC PE BO CL
meeting in which the national flag is given to a person or persons to represent the country internationally abanderamiento [m] CU
man in charge of spurring on and picking up cattle in a country estate aventador [m] GT HN rur. rare
man belongs to one of the ethnic groups of a country autóctono [m] GT HN NI PE
vehicle smuggled into a country bárbaro [m] BO
big country país grande [m]
balkan country país balcánico [m]
cajun country país cajún [m]
cross-country cycling bicicross [m] EC
country house bohío [m] CU DO
adaptation of a foreigner to the customs of the country acriollamiento [m] CU DO PE US rare
adaptation of a foreigner to the customs of the country aplatanamiento [m] PR rare
highest degree award to someone for his/her contributions to culture in the country amauta [m] PE
cross-country cycling bicicross (inglés) [m] EC
political/social/economic system that tends to decentralize the power of state organizations in a country descentralismo [m] CO PE PY cult
measurement for grains and seeds that varies by country cuartillo [m] HN NI
person who serves foreign interests to the detriment of those of one's own country cipayo [m] CU UY
money that is in circulation in a country circulante [m] MX NI DO VE EC PE BO CL UY
fraudulent introduction of a van with merchandise to a country without paying the taxes that correspond by law furgonazo [m] MX GT HN SV NI DO
country farm generally intended for the breeding of all kinds of livestock, and mainly the largest animals fundo [m] DO VE CL EC disused
allied country país aliado [m]
african country país africano [m]
activity typical of a coyote, a person who takes care of administrative paperwork, especially those related to traveling without having the necessary paperwork to leave the country coyotaje [m] EC MX HN
activity typical of a coyote, a person who takes care of administrative paperwork, especially those related to traveling without having the necessary paperwork to leave the country coyoteo [m] US MX
activity typical of a coyote, a person who takes care of administrative paperwork, especially those related to traveling without having the necessary paperwork to leave the country coyoterismo [m] EC
country club with athletic activities, especially golf country (inglesa) [m] US NI PR VE EC CL PY
person in a country without documentation coyote [m] PR
being the rest of the country outside of the capital interior [m] CU
rest of the country outside of a department capital interior [m] BO PY UY
country code indicativo [m] CO PY
traditional rural character common in the center and south of the country huaso [m] CL
traditional rural character common in the center and south of the country guaso [m] CL
balkan country país balcánico [m]
balkan country país de los balcánicos [m]
group of people, institution, or country that stands out some area jaguar [m] CL
group of people, institution, or country that stands out some area jaguareté [m] PY AR UY
group of people, institution, or country that stands out some area yaguareté [m] BO PY AR UY
saying or action by a country person or peasant jibarismo [m] PR
country person or peasant in puerto rico especially white jíbaro [m] PR VE PE
country person or peasant in puerto rico especially white ciprián [m] PR
country man manuto [m] PA rare
space in high seas, where territorial waters belong to a country that imposes its presence and surveillance mar presencial [m] CL
attitude of those who betray their own country to foreigners malinchismo [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR
bad country malpaisal [m] SV
bad country malpaisera [m] SV
country man montañero [m] CO
country man montuno [m] HN VE derog.
country man montuno [m] PA DO
set of people of a party or coalition of parties that constitute the government of a country oficialismo [m] SV NI CR PA DO CO EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
country bumpkin naco [m] MX NI BO derog.
country bumpkin payucano [m] AR
country person piñico [m] SV
person who lives in the country pueblino [m] CL
administrative units of a country portafolio [m] PE BO
any country potrero [m] HN derog.
inhabitant of the gorges in the north of the country quebradeño [m] AR
risk in certain activities in a country riesgo país [m] VE CL UY
representing team of a country with players from different clubs to participate internationally seleccionado [m] HN SV NI CR PA CU DO CO EC PE BO AR UY PY CL
country person vale viejo [m] DO derog.
neighboring country país vecino [m]
neighbouring country país vecino [m]
someone that comes to a country to settle inmigrante [m/f]
someone that loves and defends their country patriota [m/f]
country person campeche [m/f] SV NI
person who lives in an urban space but not in the capital of the country chagra (del quechua) [m/f] EC derog.
inhabitant of the western part of the country, among the inhabitants of the eastern region of bolivia colla [m/f] BO
person from the same country paisa [m/f] MX GT HN SV NI VE EC CL BO:W
country bumpkin payuca [m/f] AR
indigenous farmer who moves from the country to the city runa [m/f] BO:C,W derog.
triangular country house punta de plancha [n] NI
triangular country estate punta de plancha [n] NI
country bumpkin jaque larama [n] BO:W derog.
children's game in which each participant takes the name of a country and, when called on must pick up a ball thrown into the air naciones [m/pl] NI CL
main residence of a country estate casas [f/pl] CL
group of country homes on a rural ranch casas [f/pl] AR
cross-country a campo traviesa [adj/adv]
related to bottomland or rustic country veguera [adj/f]
cross-country barrera [adj/f] AR UY
country rock roca de caja
country club club de campo
country rock roca madre
country of origin país de procedencia
country of departure país de origen
country of registration nación de registro
country rock roca de los respaldos
country of exportation país exportador
country of destination país de destino
country rock roca encajonante
country people población rural
basque country país vasco
a different country un país diferente
a maritime country un país marítimo
a seafaring country un país con tradición marinera
a seafaring country un país marítimo
a threat to the country una amenaza para el país
cross-country ski esquí de travesía
cross-country skiing esquí de fondo
cross-country skiing esquí de travesía
the country of uruguay banda oriental AR
basque country (place) país vasco
member country país miembro
taiwan (east asian country) taiwán
country club sodalidad rural
the basque country el país vasco
the country el pueblo
the country el campo
country dancing baile tradicional
country park [uk] parque natural abierto al público
developing country país en vías de desarrollo
country of origin país de origen
coastal country país costero
spanish-speaking country país hispanohablante
english-speaking country el país de habla inglesa
english-speaking country país anglohablante
native country el país de origen
native country país de nacimiento
native country país natal
country of one's birth país natal
third-world country el país del tercer mundo
developing country el país en desarrollo
developing country el país en vías de desarrollo
developing country país en desarrollo
foreign country el país extranjero
day in the country día en el campo
country road carretera comarcal
open country campo abierto
open country campo raso
cross country campo a través
open country lo raso
cross country campo través
cross country campo traviesa
country house casa de campo
serve one's country servir a la patria ES
capital city of the country capital del país
capital of the country capital del país
in country fashion aldeanamente [adv]
country girl aldeana [f]
country road/lane avenida [f]
country dance charrada [f]
practical acquaintance with the roads, forests of a country baquía [f]
game played among country people calva [f]
level country campaña [f]
hood worn by country-people capellina [f]
chief city of a country or province capital [f]
colonized country colonia [f]
holiday meeting of country people caraba [f] rur. ES:C
coarse country garment gallaruza [f]
country place heredad [f]
country property heredad [f]
country house granja [f]
a mythical country of the ideal happiness jauja [f]
king's stay in a royal country residence jornada [f]
laws of a country jurisprudencia [f]
heart of a country entraña [f]
uneven country laguna [f]
country-house masada [f]
return to one's country repatriación [f]
chief city of a country metrópoli [f]
country-house quinta [f]
country-seat quinta [f]
country house quintana [f]
country zone plaga [f]
country woman paisana [f]
kind of country dance paisana [f]
country full of meadows and pasture-ground pradera [f]
rough country girl paya [f]
country seat villa [f]
little state/country toparquía [f]
country-house with garden torre [f]
mountainous country serranía [f]
country full of meadows and pasture-ground pradería [f]
country-house with garden villa [f]
country estate estancia [f]
observe country and coast from a watch-tower atalayar [v]
abandon one's country desnaturalizarse [v]
impoverish a country by exporting its currency desdinerar [v]
introduce foreign customs into a country extranjerizar [v]
penetrate into the interior of a country internarse [v]
return to one's country repatriarse [v]
country-like agreste [adj]
belonging to the field, camp, open country campal [adj]
well-deserving of the country benemérito de la patria [adj]
conformable to the statute law of a country forero [adj]
of the same country paisano [adj]
of the country rural [adj]
wild (plants/beasts/country) salvaje [adj]
someone who sells wine in country districts aldrán [m]
country-house with orchard (toledo) cigarral [m]
country bumpkin destripaterrones [m]
country-house and garden carme (granada) [m]
country-house and garden carmen (granada) [m]
country-house casal [m]
country/thing discovered descubrimiento [m]
grain-producing country granero [m]
country dance guateque [m] AMER
writer on to pics of his own country regnícola [m]
native country origen [m]
condition of coming from the same country as another paisanaje [m]
country bumpkin palurdo [m]
central point of a country riñón [m]
love of one's country nacionalismo [m]
country house sitio [m]
country-seat sitio [m]
vineyard-country viñedo [m]
dramatic literature of a country teatro [m]
waste country yermo [m]
native country terruño [m]
country-house with garden caserío [m]
country road/lane paseo [m]
native country terruzo [m]
country bumpkin bobo [m]
country bumpkin bobalicón [m]
dancer of country-dance contradancista [m/f]
conformable to the statute law of a country forera [adj/f]
of the same country paisana [adj/f]
well-deserving of the country benemérita de la patria [adj/f]
country dance contradanza [f]
country seat casa de campo [f]
country seat quinta [f]
country box casita de campo [f]
country seat casa solar [f]
up the country tierra adentro [f]
country fellow campesina [f]
fell (an upland stretch of open country) sierra [f]
spy out a country explorar un país [v]
spy out a country reconocer un país [v]
bleed (to die, as for a cause or one's country) morir [v]
country fellow rústico [m]
country fellow campesino [m]
country squire caballero de provincia [m]
open country país abierto [m]
champaign (a stretch of level and open country; a plain) llano [m]
country manners modales de provincia [m/pl]
skirts of a country confines de un país [m/pl]
up the country en el interior del país
out of the country fuera [adv]
territory occupied by the inhabitants of a country with common laws and government marca [f] BO
application submitted by a cuban to a representative of a country in cuba to authorize a family member to emigrate reclamación [f] CU
country homes of a ranch casas [f] AR UY
main building in a country-house las casas [f] CL AR UY
large country house casaquinta [f] CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
country woman chuncha [f] PE BO
trained to travel in difficult country campero [adj] EC BO
living off the country campirano [adj] MX HN EC
of the same country compaisano [adj] UY
from the same country compaisano [adj] UY
country house owner principal [m] PR rur.
country estate owner principal [m] PR rur.
areas of the country, excluding the capital campo [m] CU DO PR
person residing in their country-house casalero [m] disused
small country villa casino [m] disused
country man chuncho [m] PE BO
country person vale [m/f] DO
Idioms
in the country tierra adentro [adv] NI PE BO UY
cross country a campo través [adv]
across the country a campo través [adv]
cross country a campo traviesa [adv]
across the country a campo traviesa [adv]
cross country a campo travieso [adv]
across the country a campo travieso [adv]
cross country campo a través [adv]
across the country campo a través [adv]
cross country campo de traviesa [adv]
across the country campo de traviesa [adv]
in the open country en descampado [adv]
declare war on a country declarar la guerra a un país [v]
travel all over the country recorrer la geografía nacional [v]
accept the urban lifestyle and forget the country style botar el monte [v] HN
accept the urban lifestyle and forget the country style botar el camote [v] HN
be a country bumpkin ser gente de orilla [v] DO PR derog.
be a country bumpkin ser gente de orilla [v] DO PR derog.
show one is from the country side salírsele el maíz [v] CR
be a country bumpkin venir bajando de la montaña [v] HN
from the country de tierra adentro [adj] NI CU DO PR BO UY
unattended border point used to illegally transport people, animals or products to another country nudo ciego [m] HN
home country la mera mata [n] MX GT SV
country bumpkin jíbaro batatero [n] PR
it's a free country es un país libre
it's a free country estamos en un país libre
country bumpkin palurdo
country bumpkin patán
country bumpkin paleto
another country heard from la bolilla que faltaba
another country heard from va cayendo gente al baile
another country heard from el que faltaba (cuando alguien se añade a una conversación)
country bumpkin maicero
the old country la tierra natal
the old country la madre patria
the old country el país de origen
Speaking
it's a free country es un país libre
i'll be out of the country for two weeks estaré fuera del país dos semanas
do you live in the city or the country? ¿vives en la ciudad o en el campo?
this is a free country este es un país libre
what country are you living in right now ¿en qué país vive usted ahora?
what country are you living in right now ¿en qué país vives ahora?
what country do you want to visit? ¿qué país quieres visitar?
this is what i like about this country esto es lo que me gusta de este país
which country qué país
which country are you from ¿de qué país eres?
Colloquial
country bumpkin pueblerina [f]
group of country people paisanada [f] AR UY
country people poblada [f] CL
be a real country bumpkin ser más de pueblo que las amapolas [v]
be a real country bumpkin ser más de campo que las amapolas [v]
be a real country bumpkin ser más de pueblo que san isidro [v]
be a country cousin ser más de pueblo que las amapolas [v]
defraud the country while working in government güebiernar [v] HN
steal while governing the country güebiernar [v] HN
country bumpkin paleto [adj]
having the culture and race relating to a spanish-speaking country and the appearance or customs of an anglo-saxon or german agringado [adj] CU DO PR PE EC CL