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Sens de "dry" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 98 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
dry seco [adj]
dry árido [adj]
dry enjugar [v]
General
dry enjuto [adj]
dry fino [adj]
dry veranoso [adj] VE
dry secar [v]
dry secarse [v]
dry desecar [v]
dry árido [adj]
dry desequido [adj] rare
dry estil [adj] disused
dry abrasar [v]
dry acecinar [v]
dry arecer [v] disused
dry curtir [v]
dry desecar [v]
dry desencharcar [v]
dry deshidratar [v]
dry deshumedecer [v]
dry disecar [v]
dry enjugar [v]
dry enjutar [v]
dry ensecar [v] disused
dry ensugar [v]
dry reseco [adj]
dry sin lluvia [adj]
dry enjutar [v]
dry disecar [v]
dry secarse (manos/el cabello) [v]
dry ventearse [v]
dry enjugar [v]
dry mazacote [m]
dry exprimido [adj]
dry pobre [adj]
dry sediento [adj]
dry sequeroso [adj]
dry conciso [adj]
dry desértico [adj]
dry lacónico [adj]
dry sobrio [adj]
dry deshumedecerse [v]
dry orear [v]
dry estéril [adj]
dry sin jugo [adj]
dry insulso [adj]
dry mordaz [adj]
dry adusto [adj]
dry áspero [adj]
dry satírico [adj]
dry seco (vinos) [adj]
dry pasar (fruta/ropa blanca) [v]
dry dar sed [v]
dry desecarse [v]
dry llamativo [m] rare
Colloquial
dry guasón [adj]
Business
dry infructífero [adj]
dry nominal [adj]
dry seco [adj]
Law
dry nominal [adj]
dry infructífero [adj]
dry formal [adj]
Engineering
dry enjuto [adj]
dry enjutar [v]
dry desecar [v]
Physics
dry seco [adj]
dry secar [v]
Chemistry
dry agotar [v]
dry agotarse [v]
dry secar [v]
dry secarse [v]
Geology
dry descebado [m]
dry crudo [adj]
dry árido [adj]
dry desecar [v]
dry secar [v]
Technical
dry desaguar [v]
dry enjuagarse [v]
dry acecinar [v]
dry resecar [v]
Aeronautics
dry enjugarse [v]
Gastronomy
dry charquear [v] PE BO PY AR UY
Mining
dry estéril [m]
dry agotarse [v]
dry agotar [v]
Petrol
dry estéril [adj]
dry secar [v]
Metallurgy
dry agrio [adj]
dry impuro [adj]
Mineralogy
dry pastoso [adj]
dry desecado [adj]
dry duro [adj]
dry agrio [adj]
dry escamoso [adj]
dry impuro [adj]
Energy
dry descebado (bombas) [m]
dry secar [v]
dry desecar [v]

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

Anglais Espagnol
Common
dry cleaner's tinte [m]
dry cleaner tintorero [m]
dry stream bed resaca [f] MX US
dry up requemarse [v]
dry oneself secarse [v]
dry out resecar [v]
dry up resecarse [v]
air dry secar al aire
General
medium-dry semi-seco [m]
dry sherry fino [m]
dry season estación seca [f]
dry season seca [f]
dry season sequía [f]
dry cleaner's shop tintorería [f]
dry cleaner tintorera [f]
very dry reseco [adj]
too dry reseco [adj]
dry out revenirse [v]
dry up abrasar [v]
dry out secar [v]
dry up secar los platos [v]
dry the plates secar los platos [v]
dry up secar [v]
get dry secarse [v]
dry off secarse [v]
go dry secarse [v]
dry up secarse [v]
run dry secarse [v]
dry up agostarse [v]
spin-dry centrifugar [v]
dry up anublar [v]
dry up anublarse [v]
dry up aridecer [v]
dry-clean limpiar en seco [v]
freeze-dry liofilizar [v]
squeeze dry exprimir [v]
dry up asolanar [v]
suck dry mamar [v]
dry up marchitar [v]
dry off resecar [v]
very dry reseca [adj/f]
too dry reseca [adj/f]
dry rangeland chaparral [m]
dry dock varadero [m]
dry cleaner tintorería [f]
dry up desecarse [v]
dry white land albar [m]
dry capacity equivalent to 1,751 in navarra and 5,681 in the canary islands almud (árabe) [m]
dry measure equivalent to 2 minims apatán [m]
frame to dry clothes azufrador [m]
dry tree trunk cachopo [m]
dry branch cándalo [m]
dry trunk cándalo [m]
dry stick cándano [m]
unit of dry measure equivalent to 4.625 l celemín [m]
celemin unit of dry measure equivalent to 537 m2 celemín [m]
dry shampoo champú seco [m]
dry clove clavillo [m]
dry clove clavo [m]
bleeding dry desangramiento [m]
piece of blackish/greenish dry honeycomb destiño [m] disused
floating dry dock dique flotante [m]
dry dock dique seco [m]
dry measure equivalent to 13-16 liters ferrado [m]
very dry sherry fino [m]
sudden blaze of dry chips of wood gozo [m]
collection of dry herbs herbario [m]
dry ice hielo seco [m]
dry stone wall jorfe (árabe) [m]
dry honeycomb macón [m]
dry nurse ama de brazos [f] DO PE
dry nurse ama seca [f]
dry nurse aña seca [f] PV
place to dry sugar cane bagasse bagacera [f]
measure of dry volume barcella (catalán) [f] ES local
measure of dry volume barchilla [f] ES local
dry rot caries seca [f]
dry flesh of a mummy caromomia [f]
quercus ilex dry leaf coscoja [f]
bleeding dry desplumadura [f]
dry leaves frasca [f]
agrarian measurement of dry land, equivalent to 410 m2 hemina [f]
dry stone wall horma [f]
dry stone wall hormaza [f]
dry law ley seca [f]
dry cleaning limpieza en seco [f]
dry masonry mampostería en seco [f]
dry rubble masonry mampostería ordinaria [f]
dry-mouthed boquiseco [adj]
dry mouthed boquiseco [adj]
very dry brut [adj]
very dry desequido [adj] rare
very dry fino [adj]
dry out before producing grain aborrajarse [v]
dry out abrasarse [v]
become dry agostarse [v]
become dry alandrearse [v]
dry up alandrearse [v]
dry up alheñarse [v]
salt and dry sardines arencar [v]
dry up asolanar [v]
dry up asolar [v]
dry in the sun asolear [v]
dry out asurarse [v]
cause to dry up aturrar [v] HN
cause to dry up aturriar [v] ES local disused
spin dry centrifugar [v]
dry up comalecerse [v] disused
dry up desalagar [v]
bleed dry desangrar [v]
dry out desecar [v]
dry up desencharcarse [v]
dry out deshumedecer [v]
bleed dry desplumar [v]
cut dry combs of a beehive despuntar [v]
dry up disecarse [v]
dry out disecarse [v]
dry off enjugarse [v]
dry tan skins estezar [v]
dry stamping gofrar [v]
dry in the sun insolar [v]
freeze dry liofilizar [v]
dry goods áridos [m/pl]
wet and dry bulb hygrometer psicrómetro [m]
pale dry sherry amontillado [m]
dry-kiln secadero [m]
dry land secano [m]
dry run ensayo [m]
dry-cured ham from italy prosciutto [m]
dry leaves serojo [m]
dry legumes potaje [m]
a type of dry-cured ham from spain jamón serrano [m]
dry-goods dealer pañero [m]
medium size dry sherry amontillado [m]
dry sweet made with fried green plantain and ground frangollo [m]
dry limb chamizo [m]
cooked rice evaporated until dry arroz seco [m] EC
wood grill where yerba mate is placed to dry and toast barbacuá [m] PY
dry and arid land calate [m] SV
dry coffee, after pulping café blanco [m] PR
dry coffee, after pulping café de cáscara blanca [m] PR
protected and dry place where corn cobs are deposited cambullón [m] VE:E
a disease that affects hens and consists in a hardening of the rectum, near the anus, in the form of a corncob, when hens eat very dry, calcareous substances bacalillo [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire achagual [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire achagual [m] MX
dry and high grass of fallow used to light the fire acahual [m] MX
any food that is dry and hard, difficult to swallow añugaperro [m] DO
piece of dry clay bodoque [m] AR
saddle made from dry leather makes noise when the horse runs apero cantor [m] AR disused
dry and tall grass acagual [m] MX
dry and tall grass achagual [m] MX
dry and tall grass acahual [m] MX rur.
a non- spicy condiment made with dry and ground red chili peppers ají de color [m] CL
dry place lugar seco [m]
dry sex penetración sin lubricación [m]
dry sex sexo sin lubricación [m]
dry bread pan seco [m]
dry cleaning business negocio de limpieza en seco [m]
dry cold frío seco [m]
dry cleaning detergent detergente para limpieza en seco [m]
dry work trabajo en ambiente seco [m]
dry place sitio seco [m]
dry quart cuarto de galón seco [m]
dry stick palo seco [m]
dry sex sexo seco [m]
dry wine vino seco [m]
dry work trabajo árido [m]
wooden implement used to remove the dry leaf of corn despancador [m] PE rur.
person who removed the dry sepal from each bunch of bananas (in banana cultivation) desflorador [m] HN EC rur.
place with lots of dry underbrush charrascal [m] SV VE:W
dry leaf of certain muscaceas plants, like the banana, used to wrap something chante (inglés shanty) [m] EC
dry coffee husk that, after threshing, is used for fuel cisco [m] CO
dry and very salty fruit chamois [m] MX
dry, bittersweet fruit covered in chili powder chamoy [m] MX
disease of the banana tree produced by two fungi that stain and dry the leaves chamusco [m] MX:Se GT
dry fiber of agave leaf chilpe [m] EC
dry chilca branches chilquerío [m] GT
pile of dry twigs chiribiscal [m] HN SV
pile of dry twigs chirivisco [m] GT HN SV
pile of dry twigs shicay [m] GT
pile of dry twigs xicay [m] GT
pile of dry twigs chiribisco [m] GT HN SV
pile of dry twigs chiriviscal [m] HN rur.
pile of dry twigs chiriviscal [m] SV
pile of dry twigs chirivisquero [m] GT SV
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glácil [m] PR rur.
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glacis [m] PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glasé [m] PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glasí [m] PR
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun glásir [m] PR
mulch of leaves and dry grass that keeps cultivated land moist colchón [m] HN
very dry coconut with a stale flavor coco zarazo [m] PR
place where clothes are laid out to dry on the terrace of a residential building colgadero [m] AR UY
cooked and dry corncob huachal [m] MX
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree carracho [m] PR
cabbage disease characterized by the appearance of dry spots on the outer leaves hielo colorado [m] HN
piece of dry mexican yellow pine trunk manguillo [m] HN
dry cleaner dráiclin (inglés drycleaner) [m] HN SV DO
dry cleaning draiclineado (inglés dry cleaning) [m] SV
dry cleaning draicliner (inglés dry cleaner) [m] HN SV DO
dry-erase pen draipen (inglés drypen) [m] UY
dry-erase pen draipén (inglés drypen) [m] AR UY
dry cleaning dry cleaner (inglés) [m] US HN DO
dry cleaning dry cleaning (inglés) [m] DO PR BO
dry cleaning dry cleaning (inglés) [m] NI PR
dry cleaning dryclean (inglés) [m] US DO
dry-erase pen drypen [m] AR UY
dry riverbed madrejón [m] AR
series of deep soils on top of volcanic material in a humid-dry climate palín [m] GT
cold, dry southwesterly winds in la pampa, buenos aires, and uruguay pampero [m] AR UY
place to dry chili peppers in the sun pasero [m] MX
display platform for dry foods like corn, meats or salted fish payol [m] PE
dry unhulled coffee bean pergamino [m] PA CO EC
series of deep, well-drained soils developed on limestone in humid-dry climates poaquil [m] GT
sprout or shoot of some trees that are edible in the dry season quilete [m] HN SV
dry cake queque seco [m] CR
cloth to dry the dishes secador [m] HN SV CR CO:C,W PE BO UY
dry corn husks tutumuste [m] HN NI
dry leaves tutumuste [m] HN NI
dry and dusty land tierrero [m] CR VE EC
warm, strong, and dry wind from the cuyo premountain range to the area of cuyo and northwestern argentina, that causes restlessness and uneasiness in people and animals zonda [m] AR
vessel made with dry pumpkin fruit zumbo [m] GT HN SV NI PA
dry gourd vessel tol [m] GT
hot and dry period at the beginning of november veranillo de las almas [m] EC
hot and dry period around christmas veranillo del niño [m] EC
dry and toasted cereal tostado [m] BO:C,W,S
dry corn husks totomochtle [m] MX
dry corn husks totomostle [m] MX
dry corn husks totomoxtle [m] MX
dry wall compound paste pasta [f]
sandy or dry ravine rambla [f]
dry-cleaner's tintorería [f]
dry bed retirada [f]
dry salted tunny-fish mojama [f]
dry bean alubia [f]
dry stream bed resaca [f] MX
dry leaves seroja [f]
dry-goods dealer pañera [f]
dry food comida seca [f]
a land for grazing during the dry season agostadera [f] GT rur.
coffee that has been allowed to dry along with pulp or peels and is therefore considered of inferior quality cacota [f] CO
dry maize plant with stem and leaves, used as fodder or as fertilizer calcha [f] EC:S
rectangular box whose frames are wooden boards and whose bottom is a metallic mesh used to dry the coffee beans in the sun cajilla [f] NI
row of cut sugar cane left in the field to dry burra [f] HN rur.
dry mint menta en polvo [f]
dry cleaning business tintorería [f]
dry cleaning store tintorería [f]
dry cargo carga seca [f]
dry cleaning industry industria de la limpieza en seco [f]
dry cleaning store tienda de limpieza en seco [f]
dry erase board pizarra [f]
dry fruit roasting machine máquina para asar fruta seca [f]
dry firefighting extinción de incendios con polvo químico seco [f]
dry leaf hoja seca [f]
dry iron plancha [f]
dry milk leche en polvo [f]
dry mustard mostaza en polvo [f]
dry mint menta seca [f]
dry rale crepitación respiratoria [f]
dry voice voz seca [f]
dry zone zona árida [f]
dry zone zona seca [f]
dry voice voz áspera [f]
person who removed the dry sepal from each bunch of bananas (in banana cultivation) desfloradora [f] HN EC rur.
dry twig chiribita [f] HN NI
old measure of dry goods equivalent to twelve almudes fanega [f] EC:S disused
fenced outdoor space with a slate floor where coca is laid to dry cancha [f] BO:W,C,S
dry land caritaba [f] DO
rolling platform mounted on rails used to dry coffee canoa [f] PR rur.
round, dry bread, and flattened, without yeast or almost none, which can be preserved for a long time galleta marinera [f] AR UY
copper sulphate, used in medicine and dry cleaning copaquira [f] PE
platform with wheels mounted on rails used to dry coffee, in coffee production corredera [f] PR
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree higüera [f] DO PR
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree higuera [f] DO
crock and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the fruit of the calabash tree jigüera [f] DO PR
crockery and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of the calabash tree higuera [f] DO
dry corn, roasted and coarsely ground to prepare a type of soup jankaqukipa [f] BO:W,C
dry maguey leaf used as firewood for ovens jarapa [f] PE rur.
vessel and other kitchen utensils made with the dry hull of calabash jigüera [f] DO PR rur.
dry cleaner limpiaduría [f] MX
doubling of corn plants to help them dry out dobla [f] MX:Se GT HN SV NI rur.
dry riverbed madrevieja [f] PA
dry goods mercancía seca [f] VE
dry-nurse nana [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA DO VE PE CL AR CU CO EC PY rare
series of drained shallow soils, developed on sandy alluvium in a warm and humid-dry climate paxinama [f] GT
dry plain during the summer pampa [f] GT HN NI cult
dry seed of the squash pepitoria [f] GT HN SV
dry cleaner planchaduría [f] MX
weave of cane and dry reeds quincha [f] AR:Nw UY
set of simple huts on beaches, where people who sell crafts, vegetables and homemade sweets from outside, live during the dry season ranchería [f] PA
machine to dry and toast yerba mate leaves in cylinders heated by fire sapecadora [f] AR:Ne
dry corn husks tuza [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR
amount of cocoa seeds left to dry in the sun tendalada [f] EC:W
dry leaves tuza [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR
dry land in the andes with high iron and clay content tierra firme [f] PE
dry land in the andes with high iron and clay content tierra flaca [f] PE
dry soup sopa de paquete [f] CR CU CO CL
dry season between may and september when water levels are low vaciante [f] PE:E
pantry above a stove to dry food, meat, and store kitchen utensils talanquera [f] PA rur.
dry tobacco leaves for cigars tripa [f] DO PR rur.
dry skin piel reseca [f]
dry-rotten carcomido [adj]
dry (said of fruit) paso [adj]
extremely dry reseco [adj]
dry (food) llamativo [adj]
drip-dry de lava y pon [adj]
bone-dry bien seco [adj]
as dry as tan seco como [adj]
with leaves withered and dry due to an excess of sunlight (plants) aturrado [adj] HN rur.
dry and unsuitable for farming ágrido [adj] AR rur.
dry enough suficientemente seco [adj]
dry work (superficie) de trabajo seco [adj]
dry-cleanable que se puede lavar en seco [adj]
dust dry sin polvo [adj]
dust dry que no se pega el polvo [adj]
rough and dry (hair) cerdoso [adj] EC derog.
large open area demarcated with bricks and cement and used to dry coffee or corn in the sun grásil [adj] PR
pertaining to the volume of which increases more than usual when cooked (dry grain) crecedor [adj] EC
as dry as tan reseco como [adj]
as dry as tan seco como [adj]
dry cleaned draiclineado (inglés dry cleaning) [adj] GT HN SV NI
full of scarred ulcers, hives, or dry sores ñolero [adj] SV
full of scarred ulcers, hives, or dry sores ñoludo [adj] SV
cold and dry (southwesterly winds in la pampa, buenos aires, and uruguay) pampero [adj] AR UY
dry and cracked pelado [adj] CU
preferring dry climates xerófilo [adj] CL
pertaining to the dry season veranero [adj] NI CR VE
bleed dry sangrar [v]
dry up desecar [v]
become too dry resecarse [v]
dry out desintoxicarse [v]
dry up resecar [v]
squeeze dry esquilmar [v]
(one's mouth) go dry secarse (la boca) [v]
(one's mouth) go dry secársele (la boca a alguien) [v]
dry out ventearse [v]
dry (wood) curar [v]
dry out a wet place desaguar [v]
become dry secarse [v]
make dry secar [v]
make dry enjugar [v]
dry up marchitarse [v]
dry one's eyes secarse las lágrimas [v]
dry up apergaminarse [v]
dry up ventearse [v]
put something to dry poner algo a secar [v]
dry-clean lavar en seco [v]
hang out the washing to dry tender la colada [v]
bleed dry vampirizar [v]
dry out deshumedecerse [v]
dry off (usually a plant) achucharrarse [v] HN CO
wrap the pan in cane dry leaves adorotar [v] VE
remove the dry and ground up rinds after threshing coffee beans arrear [v] VE:W rur.
dry up argeñarse [v] GT rare rur.
dry a plant (roots) amatojarse [v] PR rur.
tie two ears of corn with dry leaves apersogar [v] VE rur.
run dry (mine) brocearse [v] HN CL
make a ring in the bark of a tree to dry it anillar [v] HN
dry one's hair secarse el pelo [v]
drip dry secar por goteo [v]
dry a leaf secar una hoja [v]
dry away dejar secar [v]
dry by exposing to smoke secar por medio de humo [v]
dry iron planchar [v]
dry one's hair secarse el cabello [v]
dry one's tears secarse las lágrimas [v]
dry by exposing to smoke deshidratar por medio de humo [v]
dry by exposing to smoke ahumar [v]
remove the leaves from the dry stem of a tobacco plant despalar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove the dry sepal from each bunch of bananas desflorar [v] HN rur.
dry tobacco leaves, in the tobacco industry curar [v] NI DO PR
salt or dry meat in order to preserve it charquiar [v] AR
dry out (stamens of corncobs) chamuscarse (voz portuguesa) [v] HN rur.
look for dry twigs chiribisquear [v] GT HN SV
look for dry twigs chirivisquear [v] GT SV
look for dry twigs chirivisquear [v] HN rur.
dry out on the tree due to excessive heat (fruit) esmirlarse [v] PR rur.
grind the dry yerba mate leaves canchar [v] AR:Ne UY
sun-dry shredded yucca enjutar [v] PR rur.
dry up emborrascarse [v] MX HN NI AR
dry clean draiclinear (inglés dry cleaning) [v] GT HN SV NI
fill gaps in walls with mud mixed with straw or dry pine leaf embutir [v] HN
run dry emborrascarse [v] MX HN NI AR
dry up mayarse [v] CR rur.
dry up without ripening pasmarse [v] MX:Se PA DO PR PE BO CL
dry yerba mate leaves in a special oven overear [v] PY rur.
dry hair pistolear [v] HN
dry and roast yerba mate leaves near a fire sapecar [v] AR:Ne
dry and roast yerba mate leaves near a fire sapecar [v] PY rur.
leave someone high and dry secar [v] AR UY
dry up in the sun sollamarse [v] MX rur.
collected dry leaves tutumustear [v] HN NI rur.
dry up or wilt due to illness, lack of water, or herbicides suasarse [v] HN NI
dry and toast yerba mate leaves zapecar [v] AR:Ne
collected dry corn husks tutumustear [v] HN NI rur.
in a dry way secamente [adv]
dry-eyedly con los ojos secos [adv]
dry-eyedly triste pero sin llorar [adv]
dry-eyedly sin llorar [adv]
dry-eyedly sin lágrimas [adv]
dry mix ingredientes en polvo [m/pl]
dry roasted peanuts cacahuetes tostados [m/pl]
christmas ornaments made from fine dry twigs that are rounded or with finely cut pieces of wood charamicos [m/pl] DO
group of small and dry branches barañas [f/pl] DO
group of small and dry branches barañas [f/pl] CR disused
dry twigs ramitas secas [f/pl]
dry-heave arcadas (vómito) [f/pl]
bone-dry bien seca [adj/f]
dry and unsuitable for farming ágrida [adj/f] AR rur.
dry sheep dung fuel leña de oveja [n] AR UY rur.
dry cow dung fuel leña de vaca [n] AR UY rur.
dry cultivation cultivo de secano
air dry secar al aire
a dry speech un discurso soso
a dry speech un discurso insulso
hung out to dry puesta a secar
dry ice hielo seco
dry cleaning limpieza en seco
dry goods productos secos
dry ice nieve carbónica
blow-dry secado con secador
dry rot putrefacción de la madera
dry ski slope pista de esquí artificial
dry cleaning ropa de la tintorería
dry riverbed cauce seco
dry climate clima árido
dry cleaning lavado en seco
dry subject tema árido
dry land tierra firme
a dry measure of capacity containing 2 minims (utilsed in philippines) apatán [m]
dry sea-froth adarce [m]
large dry piece of mortar argamasón [m]
dry leaf of maize chilpe [m] EC
dry trunk cachopo [m] rur. rare
dry brambly place chirivisco [m] SV GT HN
dry-goods store cajón (usado en algunos lugares de américa) [m]
dry gourd calabacino [m]
dry bass/sedge for mats/ropes barceo [m]
an ancient dry measure, by baskets corbe [m]
piece of blackish or greenish dry honeycomb destiño [m]
quarter (dry measure) cuartal [m]
dry measure of capacity caván [m] PH
dry stable-dung for fuel burrajo [m]
sudden blaze of dry chips of wood gozo [m]
dry stone wall jorfe [m]
guarani musical instrument consisting of a dry gourd in which some pebbles are placed maracá [m] SA
a dry measure of capacity picotín [m]
dry part of a honeycomb reseco [m]
roman dry measure modio [m]
dry brown honeycomb macón [m]
a cucurbitaceous plant used as a sponge when dry paste [m] CAM
dry paste made from carob beans patay [m] SA
dry rot of interior of certain tree trunks tabaco [m]
dry wood tuero [m]
kind of dry almond biscuit secadillo [m]
dry sandbank secano [m]
anything very dry secano [m]
clothes spread out to dry tendido [m]
poles used to dry jerked beef varal [m] AR UY
dry land sequedal [m]
dry land sequero [m]
dry bread/biscuit sequete [m]
dry crust sequete [m]
dry land sequeral [m]
dry-stone wall albarada [f]
dry wall albarrada [f]
powder to dry writing arenilla [f]
water used for irrigating ground sowed when dry aguacibera [f]
dry potage of maize used for seasoning chuchoca [f] SA
dry or liquid measure (about 2-7 gills) chupa [f] PH
dish made of meat, dry potato and chilli carapulca [f] PE
dry flesh of a mummy caromomia [f]
a dry measure (about 1.6 bush.) hanega [f]
dry-stone wall horma [f]
dry-stone wall hormaza [f]
dry bath estufa [f]
dry leaves/small branches frasca [f]
small dry codfish langa [f]
dry-goods store mercería [f]
kind of dry-stone wall pirca [f] AR CL EC PE
land left dry by a changing river retirada [f]
dry ravine/river-bed rambla [f]
dry, salted tuna-fish mojama [f]
heap of dry pulse potajería [f]
small dry codfish truchuela [f]
dry sandbank seca [f]
a dry measure (about 1.6 bush.) fanega [f]
too dry desequido [adj] rare
dry-mouthed boquiseco [adj]
relating to wine which is between sweet and dry embocado [adj]
half dry verdiseco [adj]
attacked by dry rot (tree) tabacoso [adj]
dry (fruits) sequizo [adj]
become dry alandrearse [v]
dry and smoke (tuna fish) amojamar [v]
dry and smoke (tunny fish) amojamar [v]
salt and dry meat acecinar [v]
salt and dry sardines arencar [v]
grow as dry as a nut avellanarse [v]
grow dry deshumedecerse [v]