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Sens de "cunning" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 264 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
cunning malicia [f]
cunning artero [adj]
cunning astuta [adj]
cunning tunanta [adj]
cunning malicioso [adj]
General
cunning pala [f]
cunning artería [f]
cunning artimaña [f]
cunning astucia [f]
cunning trastienda [f]
cunning cachudo [adj]
cunning abusado [adj] MX HN GT
cunning capcioso [adj]
cunning cauteloso [adj]
cunning socaliñero [adj]
cunning socarrón [adj]
cunning insinuante [adj]
cunning ladino [adj]
cunning artero [adj] derog.
cunning artificioso [adj]
cunning atingido [adj] BO
cunning mañoso [adj]
cunning bellaco [adj]
cunning listo [adj]
cunning artificio [m]
cunning cachuda [adj/f]
cunning abusada [adj/f] MX HN GT
cunning capciosa [adj/f]
cunning cautelosa [adj/f]
cunning socaliñera [adj/f]
cunning socarrona [adj/f]
cunning ladina [adj/f]
cunning artera [adj/f] derog.
cunning artificiosa [adj/f]
cunning atingida [adj/f] BO
cunning mañosa [adj/f]
cunning bellaca [adj/f]
cunning amaestradura [f] disused
cunning ardideza [f] disused
cunning bellacada [f] disused
cunning bellaquería [f]
cunning bribonada [f]
cunning cautela [f]
cunning abribonado [adj] rare
cunning amaestrado [adj]
cunning apicarado [adj]
cunning ardid [adj] disused
cunning artero [adj] derog.
cunning astucioso [adj]
cunning astuto [adj]
cunning avispón [adj] CO
cunning bellaco [adj]
cunning bribón [adj]
cunning chusco [adj]
cunning artículo [m] disused
cunning recámara [f]
cunning picardía [f]
cunning martingala [f]
cunning bandidez [f] SV PA rare
cunning chivatería [f] VE
cunning carpa [f] SV
cunning jaibería [f] DO PR
cunning lagartada [f] GT HN SV NI CR
cunning maraña [f] SV NI CU DO UY
cunning marramuncia [f] AR:Nw disused
cunning marramuncia [f] VE
cunning marruja [f] HN
cunning marrullada [f] SV NI DO
cunning vergajada [f] CO:N
cunning cuco (coloquial) [adj]
cunning pillo (coloquial) [adj]
cunning candongo [adj]
cunning pícaro [adj]
cunning chusco [adj]
cunning pinto [adj] CAR
cunning viperino [adj]
cunning ingenioso [adj]
cunning artero [adj]
cunning saramagullón [adj] DO
cunning bobina [adj] AR disused
cunning aguzado [adj] DO PR VE BO US rare
cunning cucañero [adj] PR
cunning churuncullo [adj] HN
cunning capiango (portugués) [adj] AR
cunning gazuzo [adj] SV
cunning güegüense [adj] NI
cunning guachinango [adj] PR
cunning gallo [adj] PA EC
cunning galarifo [adj] EC derog.
cunning jaibo [adj] DO PR
cunning jobero [adj] NI
cunning jodido [adj] SV NI
cunning lebrel [adj] DO
cunning limado [adj] BO
cunning maluco [adj] PA
cunning lobo [adj] PE
cunning macuquero [adj] PR CL
cunning malditazo [adj] NI
cunning macuco [adj] CL BO:E
cunning macuco [adj] PR rur.
cunning macuquero [adj] PR CL
cunning maluco [adj] PA
cunning marrullista [adj] NI
cunning matrero [adj] GT NI BO:W PY
cunning matrero [adj] GT HN SV NI CR PA CO EC
cunning ñañero [adj] AR:W
cunning pañoso [adj] HN stud.
cunning sabandija [adj] UY
cunning vivián [adj] GT HN
cunning topado [adj] GT
cunning vovi [adj] HN teen
cunning diablo montado en bicicleta [adj] PR
cunning aguzamiento [m] DO PR CL
cunning ladinismo [m] BO
cunning ingeniosa [adj/f]
cunning saramagullona [adj/f] DO
cunning aguzada [adj/f] DO PR VE BO US rare
cunning camastra [f] CL
cunning camastronería [f]
cunning bellaquería [f]
cunning destreza [f]
cunning caula [f] SV GT
cunning cautela [f]
cunning maña [f]
cunning mañería [f]
cunning marrullería [f]
cunning matrería [f]
cunning maula [f]
cunning maularía [f]
cunning mónita [f] rare
cunning roña [f]
cunning roñería [f]
cunning sacaliña [f]
cunning sutileza [f]
cunning tacañería [f]
cunning socaliña [f]
cunning socarra [f]
cunning socarronería [f]
cunning zorrería [f]
cunning tienta [f]
cunning superchería [f]
cunning sutilidad [f]
cunning asocarronado [adj]
cunning astuto [adj]
cunning ardid [adj] disused
cunning agalludo [adj] PR
cunning arredomado [adj]
cunning diestro [adj]
cunning disimulado [adj]
cunning cuco [adj]
cunning hábil [adj]
cunning escatimoso [adj]
cunning fino [adj]
cunning marrajo [adj]
cunning marrullero [adj]
cunning matrero [adj]
cunning pardal [adj]
cunning malo [adj]
cunning redomado [adj]
cunning sabio [adj]
cunning sutil [adj]
cunning tacaño [adj] disused
cunning taimado [adj]
cunning tuno [adj]
cunning solapado [adj]
cunning solerte [adj]
cunning zorrero [adj]
cunning travieso [adj]
cunning superchero [adj]
cunning ratimago [m] rur. rare
cunning manejo [m]
cunning arte [m/f]
cunning diestra [adj/f]
cunning zorrera [adj/f]
cunning disimulada [adj/f]
cunning agalluda [adj/f] PR
cunning redomada [adj/f]
cunning escatimosa [adj/f]
cunning sabia [adj/f]
cunning marraja [adj/f]
cunning marrullera [adj/f]
cunning matrera [adj/f]
cunning arredomada [adj/f]
cunning solapada [adj/f]
cunning artera [adj/f]
cunning asocarronada [adj/f]
cunning astuta [adj/f]
cunning superchera [adj/f]
cunning cuca [adj/f]
cunning tacaña [adj/f] disused
cunning taimada [adj/f]
cunning traviesa [adj/f]
cunning tuna [adj/f]
cunning marullería [f]
cunning trapacero [adj]
cunning experto [adj]
cunning sagaz [adj]
cunning fraude [m]
cunning trapacera [adj/f]
cunning experta [adj/f]
cunning cálido [adj] disused
cunning cantinflérico [adj] VE
cunning cantinflero [adj] CL
cunning cantinflesco [adj] MX NI
cunning carajo [adj] BO
cunning chicaneo [m] MX BO PY
cunning fina [adj/f]
cunning mala [adj/f]
cunning graciosa [adj/f]
Idioms
cunning viveza criolla [f] VE EC PE BO AR UY
Colloquial
cunning carlanca [f]
cunning retrechería [f]
cunning alicantina [f]
cunning baruca [f]
cunning culebra [f]
cunning caribería [f] VE
cunning mañosidad [f] DO VE
cunning alicantina [f]
cunning camastronería [f]
cunning pendejo [adj]
cunning rácano [adj]
cunning retobado [adj] AR PY UY
cunning camastrón [adj]
cunning tumbón [adj]
cunning conchudo [adj]
cunning bellacuelo [adj]
cunning zamacuco [adj]
cunning largo [adj]
cunning divertido [adj]
cunning gracioso [adj]
cunning mono [adj]
cunning lépero [adj] CR disused
cunning lépero [adj] CU rare
cunning lépero [adj] GT
cunning letrado [adj] PY
cunning levisa [adj] PR rur.
cunning limao [adj] DO
cunning listéilor (de elizabeth liz taylor) [adj] CL
cunning pendejo [adj] PE BO
cunning perro [adj] CO
cunning uta [adj] PE
cunning vivanco [adj] AR UY
cunning vivanco [adj] CL rare
cunning zorrongo [adj] CO derog.
cunning belitre (francés) [adj]
cunning cachicán [m]
cunning pendeja [adj/f]
cunning rácana [adj/f]
cunning zamacuca [adj/f]
cunning camastrona [adj/f]
cunning larga [adj/f]
cunning retobada [adj/f] AR PY UY
cunning conchuda [adj/f]
cunning bellacuela [adj/f]
cunning tumbona [adj/f]
cunning divertida [adj/f]
cunning mona [adj/f]
Slang
cunning perro [adj] MX
Business
cunning maña [f]
cunning astucia [f]
cunning mañoso [adj]
cunning mañero [adj]
Law
cunning chicanero [adj]
Technical
cunning zorro [m]

Sens de "cunning" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 152 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
fox (sly or cunning person) zorro [m]
(fig) a cunning person soga [m/f]
General
cunning knave bellaca [f]
become cunning abribonarse [v] rare
make cunning apicarar [v]
be cunning apicararse [v]
cunning knave bellaco [m]
cunning person chusco [m]
cunning knave bergante [m/f]
cunning and sly woman lagarta [f]
a sly or cunning person soga [f] fig.
slyness and cunning used to deceive or cheat hermenéutica [f] DO
astute and cunning person with a bad reputation lagartija [f] PE
rustic person, ignorant, but cunning jíbara [f] PR
cunning person macuca [f] PR rur.
cunning person chusca [f]
proceed with cunning suddenly avivarse [v] PE BO
be cunning aguzarse [v] DO PR BO
act with cunning marrullar [v] DO
fiendishly cunning diabólico [adj]
artfully cunning astuto [adj]
as cunning as tan astuto como [adj]
cunning (person) cucarachero [adj] PR
cunning, discreet, and able to deceive or obtain some benefit espueludo [adj] CR DO PR
behaving with cunning or daring to obtain an advantage canchero [adj] PE
cunning or crafty person carayana [adj] BO:Ne,E
cunning and difficult to deceive colmilludo [adj] MX PR
as cunning as tan engañoso como [adj]
as cunning as tan malicioso como [adj]
cunning (person) chucha cuerera [adj] MX
cunning man asacán [m] PR
cunning or crafty person caribe [m] NI DO VE
cunning due to experience colmillo [m] MX GT CR
person who is cunning and difficult to deceive colmilludo [m] MX PR
rustic person, ignorant, but cunning ciprián [m] PR
cunning person liendre [m] AR
rustic person, ignorant, but cunning jíbaro [m] PR
cunning man macuco [m] PR rur.
cunning person maluco [m] PA
cunning person macuquero [m] PR CL
cunning or crafty person carayana [m/f] BO derog.
cunning and clever person gavilán [m/f] NI
cunning person lámpara [m/f] HN SV NI CU
cunning person lámpara [m/f] HN
cunning arts used to deceive fullería [f]
shrewd/cunning person fiera [f]
low cunning mañuela [f]
cunning trick magaña [f]
cunning and crafty (person) carlancona [f]
a cunning and crafty person carlancona [f]
cunning trick astucia [f]
cunning (skill or adeptness in execution or performance; dexterity) habilidad [f]
become cunning acamastronarse [v] PE
introduce with cunning encajar [v]
enter by stealth/cunning entrar [v]
use cunning artifices raposear [v]
extort by cunning socaliñar [v]
an artful, cunning little fellow bellacuelo [adj]
cunning-way of doing a thing amaño [m]
cunning man caimán [m] fig.
cunning little fellow bellacuelo [m]
bad-tempered, ugly, cunning person diablo [m] fig.
cunning and crafty (person) carlancón [m]
a cunning and crafty person carlancón [m]
cunning rogue galafate [m]
cunning soldier matrero [m]
cunning knave sollastre [m]
cunning rogue zorrastrón [m]
cunning fellow zorro [m]
cunning foxy person zorrón [m]
an artful, cunning man zorzal [m]
cunning trick ardid [m]
cunning trick engaño [m]
shrewd, cunning man gato [m]
an artful, cunning person mañuelas [f/pl]
an artful, cunning little fellow bellacuela [adj/f]
subtile (marked by craft or cunning: artful, wily) agudo [adj]
cunning person chacho [m] CO
Idioms
cunning person buena alhaja [f] irony
be cunning as a dunny rat [aus] contarle los pelos al diablo [v]
be very cunning and wise contarle los pelos al diablo [v]
be cunning ser un perillán [v]
be cunning ser un lince [v]
be very cunning tener muchas carlancas [v]
be very cunning tener muchas conchas [v]
feign intelligence, vivacity, or cunning hacerse el pendejo [v] PE BO derog.
defeat with superiority, cunning, or skill mandarse al pecho [v] CL
have special skill or cunning to cope with any circumstance saberla lunga [v] AR UY
have special skill or cunning to cope with any circumstance saberla lunga [v] AR
have special skill or cunning to cope with any circumstance sabérsela lunga [v] AR UY
be cunning ser brava caña de pescar [v] rare
be cunning ser buena caña de pescar [v] rare
be cunning ser linda caña de pescar [v] rare
cunning person, who plays dumb and seems innocuous juey dormido [n] PR
as cunning as a fox astuto como un zorro
cunning as the serpent astuto como la serpiente
cunning as a serpent malvado como una serpiente
cunning as a serpent astuto como una serpiente
cunning as the serpent malvado como la serpiente
two cunning men will not try to make a dupe of each other dos acróbatas no pueden bailar en la misma cuerda
Colloquial
cunning woman zorra [f]
a cunning and sagacious woman culebra [f]
cunning rogue pécora [f]
a cunning, wily person púa [f]
a sly, cunning woman lagarta [f]
a cunning, artful person raposa [f]
a cunning, fawning person candonga [f]
a cunning, artful person martagona [f]
a lazy, cunning fellow sobona [f]
cunning rogue mala pécora [f]
crafty and cunning person joya [f] CO derog.
crafty and cunning person joya [f] NI CR BO
cunning person candonga [f]
lucky/cunning devil! perro viejo [v]
be cunning tener mano izquierda [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener más conchas que un galápago [v]
lucky/cunning devil! toro corrido [v]
lucky/cunning devil! liebre corrida [v]
lucky/cunning devil! zorro viejo [v]
be cunning actuar con astucia [v]
be very cunning ser un pájaro [v]
be very cunning ser un buen pájaro [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener mucha letra menuda [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener mucha trastienda [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener muchas camándulas [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener muchas conchas [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener muchas carlancas [v]
be as cunning as a fox tener más colmillos que un caimán [v]
take something from someone by using tricks or cunning capujar [v] BO
fool with cunning or slyness caribear [v] VE
steal with deceit and cunning pinchar [v] VE
cunning as a dunny rat lebrón [adj] MX
cunning and unscrupulous, especially in business gallo [adj] BO:E
sly and cunning candongo [adj]
a cunning, artful person martagón [m]
a lazy, cunning fellow sobón [m]
a cunning, fawning person candongo [m]
cunning fellow pajarraco [m]
cunning person mandinga [m] AR disused
cunning person mandinga [m] CL
wily bird (cunning person) pájaro [m]
shark (cunning person) pájaro [m]
cunning person candongo [m]
someone who is cunning as a dunny rat jaiba [m/f] MX
cunning knave belitre (francés) [m/f]
cunning as a fox astuto como un zorro
cunning as a fox artero como un zorro
Slang
cunning thief buzo [m] delinq.
cunning as a dunny rat astuto como un zorro
cunning as a dunny rat muy astuto
Environment
cunning and sly fellow lagarto [m]
British Slang
cunning stunt persona desastrosa