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Sens de "full" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 214 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
full lleno [adj]
full completo [adj]
full colmado [adj]
full poblado [adj]
full repleto [adj]
General
full abatanar [v]
full batanar [v]
full numerario [adj]
full carnal [adj]
full ahíto [adj]
full cerrado [adj]
full íntegro [adj]
full amplio [adj]
full ancho [adj]
full plenario [adj]
full pleno [adj]
full extenso [adj]
full exuberante [adj]
full cumplido [adj]
full relleno [adj]
full numeraria [adj/f]
full ahíta [adj/f]
full cerrada [adj/f]
full íntegra [adj/f]
full amplia [adj/f]
full ancha [adj/f]
full colmada [adj/f]
full plenaria [adj/f]
full plena [adj/f]
full completa [adj/f]
full llena [adj/f]
full extensa [adj/f]
full cumplida [adj/f]
full rellena [adj/f]
full harto [adj]
full ahíto [adj]
full cenado [adj]
full colmo [adj]
full concurrido [adj]
full cumplido [adj]
full entesado [adj] disused
full tepetepe [adv] PR
full hartar [v]
full nutrido [adj]
full plagado [adj]
full sacio [adj]
full satisfecho [adj]
full entero [adj]
full (amplio) holgado [adj]
full (rechoncho) grueso [adj]
full detallado [adj]
full máximo [adj]
full pimpo [adj] PR
full cutaco [adj] AR:Nw,C rur.
full ful (inglés full) [adj] MX HN SV NI EC
full ful (inglés full) [adj] MX HN SV NI DO
full full (inglés) [adj] US MX DO PR CO VE EC PE CL BO teen
full full (inglés) [adj] MX HN NI PR VE PE
full fuleado [adj] HN SV NI
full fuleado [adj] HN SV NI
full jipato [adj] CU
full manido [adj] CU
full empanizado [adj] NI
full empanzado [adj] HN SV NI
full empanzado [adj] CR
full empipado [adj] EC
full pando [adj] CU
full pipón [adj] AR UY
full pipo [adj] PR
full pununo [adj] SV
full pupudo [adj] AR:Nw
full pupulo [adj] AR:Nw
full pupuso [adj] SV
full remachado [adj] AR:Nw UY
full socoleado [adj] SV
full ulushno [adj] SV
full tilinte (de tilinque) [adj] HN
full timbí [adj] DO
full timbo [adj] DO
full tipuco [adj] SV
full tipujo [adj] SV
full a full [adj] EC PE BO AR UY
full a full total [adj] BO teen
full a ful [adj] EC PE BO PY
full de bote a bote [adj] BO CL AR UY
full fuleteado [m] PR
full empanzamiento [m] MX
full pimpa [adj/f] PR
full a tope
full derechamente [adv]
full engredar [v]
full ahito [adj]
full copioso [adj]
full cargado [adj]
full cabal [adj]
full harto (comer/beber) [adj]
full inexhausto [adj]
full llenero [adj] disused
full rotundo [adj]
full preñado [adj]
full ocupado [adj]
full saturado [adj]
full total [adj]
full todo [adj]
full preñada [adj/f]
full inexhausta [adj/f]
full cargada [adj/f]
full ahita [adj/f]
full rotunda [adj/f]
full llenera [adj/f] disused
full copiosa [adj/f]
full harta (comer/beber) [adj/f]
full ocupada [adj/f]
full repleta [adj/f]
full saturada [adj/f]
full enteramente [adv]
full totalmente [adv]
full de lleno [adv]
full del todo [adv]
full en pleno [adv]
full saciedad [f]
full dar amplitud a [v]
full hacer más espeso [v]
full hacer grueso [v]
full hacerse lleno [v]
full hacerse espeso [v]
full plegarse [v]
full fruncirse [v]
full llegar la luna a su plenilunio [v]
full compacto [adj]
full gordo [adj]
full atestado [adj]
full saciado [adj]
full beodo [adj]
full ebrio [adj]
full abrumado [adj]
full amigo [adj]
full aficionado [adj]
full complemento [m]
full todo [m]
full compacta [adj/f]
full saciada [adj/f]
full gorda [adj/f]
full atestada [adj/f]
full abrumada [adj/f]
full beoda [adj/f]
full ebria [adj/f]
full aficionada [adj/f]
full amiga [adj/f]
Idioms
full de bote en bote [adv]
full hasta la bandera [adv]
full al mango [adj] UY
full hasta la manija [adj] AR UY
full con el ombligo parado [adj] NI CO:W
full hasta el ojo [adj] VE
full al palo [adj] AR UY
full pin-pin [adj] DO
full hasta la picha [adj] CR
full hasta la zapatilla [adj] PA DO
full hasta los tequeteques [adj] VE
full hasta las tetas [adj] CO
full hasta el sorongo [adj] AR:Nw rur.
full hasta los toles [adj] GT
full hasta la bandera [adj]
full hasta las guachas [adj] PA
Colloquial
full hasta el jopo [adv] BO:E
full rematado [adj]
full apestado [adj]
full pupón [adj] AR
full bimbo [adj] PR
full ful (inglés full) [adj] MX GT HN SV NI CR DO PR CO VE EC BO
full como una nigua [adj] PA
full con el ombligo parado [adj] CL
full piponcho [adj] CO:W
full popocho [adj] CO:C
full taqueado [adj] HN SV CR PA CO PE BO AR:Nw
full apestada [adj/f]
full bimba [adj/f] PR
Slang
full como sapo de letrina [adj] PR
full hasta la verga [adj] MX HN SV NI CR
full borracho
Business
full completo [adj]
full pleno [adj]
full total [adj]
full lleno [adj]
Law
full pleno [m]
Engineering
full totalidad [f]
full perfecto [adj]
full maduro [adj]
full lleno [adj]
full pleno [adj]
full flor doble
full sin mezcla
Geology
full lleno [adj]
Technical
full espesarse [v]
full enfurtir [v]
full espesar [v]
full dar amplitud [v]
full hacer espeso [v]
full tupido [adj]
full hinchado [adj]
full pleno [adj]
full lleno [adj]
Mechanics
full tendido [adj]
full cuajado [adj]
Gastronomy
full generoso (vino)
Petrol
full total [adj]
full lleno [adj]
full pleno [m]
Mineralogy
full abundante [adj]
Energy
full total [adj]
Literature
full grávido [adj]
full grávida [adj/f]
Baseball
full llena [adj]

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

Anglais Espagnol
Common
full adder totalizador [m]
full dress frac [m]
General
to the full hasta el extremo [adv]
full beam larga [f]
full moon luna llena [f]
work full time trabajar a tiempo completo [v]
work full-time trabajar a tiempo completo [v]
pay in full liberar [v]
be full of derrochar [v]
full of knots nudoso [adj]
full of holes agujereado [adj]
full of years añoso [adj]
full of tension tensional [adj]
full of concurrido [adj]
full-time liberado [adj]
full of stars constelado [adj]
full of lleno [adj]
full of life lozano [adj]
full of flowers florido [adj]
half-full mediado [adj]
full of errors mentiroso [adj]
full-bodied generoso [adj]
full up relleno [adj]
full of vitality vital [adj]
full of life vitalista [adj]
full up repleto [adj]
full-grown granado [adj]
full of verve brioso [adj]
full-length film largometraje [m]
full skirt manteo [m]
full stop punto [m]
full of knots nudosa [adj/f]
full of holes agujereada [adj/f]
full of years añosa [adj/f]
full (of people) concurrida [adj/f]
full-time liberada [adj/f]
full of stars constelada [adj/f]
full of llena [adj/f]
full of life lozana [adj/f]
full of flowers florida [adj/f]
half-full mediada [adj/f]
full of errors mentirosa [adj/f]
full-bodied generosa [adj/f]
full up rellena [adj/f]
full up repleta [adj/f]
full-grown granada [adj/f]
full of verve briosa [adj/f]
district full of shops to repair or make carts carretería [f]
discharge of a debt in full carta de pago [f]
place full of gravel and pebbles cascajera [f]
celemin-full celeminada [f]
teaspoon full cucharadita [f]
full-time employment dedicación exclusiva [f]
full-time employment dedicación plena [f]
full date fecha [f]
become full of maggots abicharse [v] AL AR UY
become full of maggots abicharse [v] AL AR UY rur.
be full of deshacerse [v]
be full of oneself encumbrarse [v]
become full of stars estrellarse [v] rare
full of admiration admirativo [adj]
full of algae algoso [adj]
full of rage ardiondo [adj] disused
full of bile bilioso [adj]
full of evergreen oak carrascoso [adj]
full of gravel cascajoso [adj]
full of dandruff casposo [adj]
full of stars constelado [adj]
full of flowers or fruit copado [adj]
full of dread despavorido [adj]
full of trees enselvado [adj]
full of thorns espíneo [adj]
full-skirted faldudo [adj]
full of flowers florido [adj]
place full of gravel and pebbles cascajal [m]
place full of gravel and pebbles cascajar [m]
sleazy slum full of low-lives chamizo [m]
place full of puddles charcal [m]
place full of puddles charquetal [m]
belt worn on the inside, full of ounces of gold cinto de onzas [m]
full length mirror espejo de cuerpo entero [m]
full length mirror espejo de vestir [m]
full length mirror espejo de armar [m] disused
in full total [adv]
in full completamente [adv]
in full enteramente [adv]
in full detalladamente [adv]
in a full way completamente [adv]
to the full a tope [adv]
(at) full blast a todo trapo [adv]
full-time a tiempo completo [adv]
at the full por completo [adv]
at full capacity a plena capacidad [adv]
full tilt ahead a toda madre [adv] HN PA
at full speed a toda madre [adv] HN PA
hanging on to the outside of a full bus de mosca [adv] MX
at full power a todo lo que da [adv] DO BO
at full speed a toda carrera [adv] EC
at full speed a full [adv] CO CL AR UY
at full volume a full [adv] CO CL AR UY
a full-court press ofensiva [f]
person who enjoys life to the full vividora [f]
intertwined coffee tree branches that are full of berries bandola [f] PR
body shot full body shot fotografía de cuerpo completo [f]
full-sized bed cama camera [f] CU PY AR UY disused
contents of a full bag bolsada [f] CR CO
contents of a full bag bolsería [f] VE
the contents of a full basket canastada [f] CR
wall or container full of holes cucuyera [f] DO
full tank fuleada [f] GT NI CR
full tank fuleteada [f] PR
eat until one is full hartadura [f] MX
full researcher investigadora titular [f] CU
pustule full of worms, especially on an animal gusanera [f] CR EC
pitchfork full of grass or grains horquillada [f] AR rur.
land full of jungle, bush, thicket, or underbrush manigua [f] HN NI
full moon luna sazona [f] HN
long, full, pleated skirt of thick fabric worn by rural and poor women pollera [f] PE BO
place full of thing of poor quality rascuachera [f] SV
full week payment even though there are holidays semana corrida [f] CO BO CL AR
full sheet sábana matrimonial [f] MX SV CR EC PY
place full of fodder tlazolera [f] MX
full length mirror luna [f]
be full reventar [v]
acquire a full knowledge empaparse [v]
become full llenarse [v]
become full of plagarse [v]
make full llenar [v]
have one's hands full estar muy ocupado [v]
be in full swing estar en plena marcha [v]
know something full well saber algo perfectamente [v]
make a full confession cantar de plano [v]
be full of love estar lleno de amor [v]
be full estar completo [v]
be full of estar cuajado de [v]
operate at full capacity trabajar a tope [v]
work full time trabajar tiempo completo [v]
work full time trabajar jornada completa [v]
be full of people estar de bote en bote [v]
live life to the full vivir la vida al límite [v]
gallop off (at full speed) alejarse a galope [v]
carry the pregnancy to full-term llevar a término un embarazo [v]
ride a horse at full gallop castigar mucho a un caballo [v]
fill the glass to the full llenar la copa hasta arriba [v]
ride at full gallop escapar a uña de caballo [v]
be full of cargarse de [v]
become full of weeds (lawn/yard) acharralarse [v] SV
become full of something apochincharse [v] CU
eat until full abarrotarse [v] CU
squeeze something in a full space aticuñar [v] HN NI
assume full responsibility asumir la plena responsabilidad [v]
become full blown desplegarse en su totalidad [v]
attain full age alcanzar la mayoría de edad [v]
become full blown alcanzar la máxima potencia [v]
assume full responsibility asumir plena responsabilidad [v]
become full of weeds (lawn/yard) encharralarse [v] HN CR
be full of cracks agrietarse [v]
get full of rellenarse [v]
become full of rellenarse [v]
eat till you're full comer hasta hartarse [v]
eat until you're full comer hasta hartarse [v]
eat till you're full comer hasta llenarse [v]
eat until you're full comer hasta llenarse [v]
eat till you're full comer hasta saciarse [v]
eat until you're full comer hasta saciarse [v]
run at a full gallop escapear [v] PR
travel at full speed (person, animal, or vehicle) desmandarse [v] PR
travel at full speed (person, animal, or vehicle) esmandarse [v] PR
travel at full speed (person, animal, or vehicle) espitarse [v] VE
become full with people or things fulearse (inglés full) [v] HN
eat until full fulearse (inglés full) [v] GT HN SV NI
eat food until full jartarse [v] CU PR CO VE
cause to feel full empanzar [v] CR
take full advantage of something eficientar [v] HN NI cult
feel full empanzarse [v] CR
get full enguatarse [v] CL AR:W rare
feel full of food or beer empanzonarse [v] MX
travel at full speed mandarse [v] MX GT SV CU
become full of flies mosquearse [v] GT HN SV NI CU EC PE
be too full recargarse [v] MX
become full retacarse [v] MX
go full throttle zocar [v] HN
be full of oneself sobrarse [v] EC PE
full of fun bromista [adj]
full-fashioned menguado [adj]
full of honey mieludo (literal) [adj]
full of clods or lumps of earth terregoso [adj]
vivid (full of life) vívido [adj]
full of cliffs barrancoso [adj]
full of life and vigor vigoroso [adj]
full of steam humeante [adj]
full of foam espumoso [adj]
full of foam esponjoso [adj]
full-time de jornada completa [adj]
full-time de tiempo completo [adj]
full of hazard arriesgado [adj]
full of hazard aventurado [adj]
full of life animado [adj]
full of life vivaz [adj]
full of life brioso [adj]
full of life vigoroso [adj]
full of lust lujurioso [adj]
full of big talk mucho ruido y pocas nueces [adj]
full of danger peligroso [adj]
full of anxiety ansioso [adj]
full of anxiety inquieto [adj]
full or ardour ardiente [adj]
full or ardour ferviente [adj]
full of pores poroso [adj]
full of energy ruidoso [adj]
full of energy escandaloso [adj]
full of rancor rencoroso [adj]
full of trouble vejatorio [adj]
full of liveliness and activity brioso [adj]
full of liveliness and activity enérgico [adj]
full of spirit of life vital [adj]
full of waves undoso [adj]
full of rocks rocoso [adj]
full of sorrow afligido [adj]
full of sorrow triste [adj]
full of seeds semilloso [adj]
full of longing nostálgico [adj]
full of wit mordaz [adj]
full of anger airado [adj]
full of zeal ferviente [adj]
full of zeal celoso [adj]
full-blown autenticó [adj]
full-blown desarrollado [adj]
full up lleno [adj]
full-scale a gran escala [adj]
full-scale de tamaño natural [adj]
full-fledged [us] hecho y derecho [adj]
full-fledged [us] de pleno derecho [adj]
full of lleno de [adj]
with a full moon (night) alunado [adj] HN NI
chock-full of cuajadito  [adj] VE
very compact and full bodied (fabric) abatanado [adj] BO AR
full of something bañado [adj] HN SV PY
full of jokes bandido [adj] NI CR
full of clay barrealoso [adj] HN NI
full of clay barrialoso [adj] MX SV
full of clay barroso [adj] HN
very compact and full bodied (fabric) abodocado [adj] AR:Ne
full or stuffed (food) bimbo [adj] PR
very compact and full bodied (fabric) abodocado [adj] AR:Ne
full or flowers or fruit (plant) cundido [adj] HN SV NI
full of people or animals (thing or place) cundido [adj] HN SV NI DO
full of something (object or person) curtido [adj] HN
full lips (person) chirudo [adj] SV
full of jokes (someone) chunguero [adj] PR
full of beer (person) cheleado [adj] PE
full of jokes choto [adj] CR CU
full of jokes chucano [adj] GT SV rur.
full (person) chuchunte [adj] SV
full of jokes chivón [adj] CU
full or presumption and pride frasquitero [adj] VE
full of something esterado [adj] VE
traveling at full speed (person, animal, or vehicle) esmandado [adj] PR
full of mud cenegoso [adj] CL rare
full of mud cenegoso [adj] NI CO PE BO
full of people or things fuleado [adj] HN SV NI CR
full of things grifo [adj] HN
full tank fuleado [adj] GT NI PR teen
full tank fuleado [adj] CR
full house fuleado [adj] HN SV NI CR
full of people grifo [adj] HN
full gas tank of a vehicle fuleado [adj] GT NI PR teen
full gas tank of a vehicle fuleado [adj] CR
full of plants grifo [adj] HN
full of flowers or fruit (tree or bush) copado [adj] NI CU rur.
full of people (place) copado [adj] NI CU DO PR EC BO
full of people (place) craudiao (del inglés) [adj] PR teen
full of holes hoyancoso [adj] HN
full of holes hoyado [adj] HN rur.
equipped with the full set of horse tack jarciado [adj] HN
full of sores matado [adj] GT PE rur.
having the mouth full of food embuchado [adj] PR
full of oneself luciaco [adj] HN
full of jokes matizón [adj] NI child
full of jokes molestón [adj] GT PA
uncertain situation or issue full of difficulties and obstacles ñongo [adj] VE
full of fun matizón [adj] NI child
full of fun molestón [adj] GT PA
full of love mieloso [adj] HN SV
full of scarred ulcers, hives, or dry sores ñolero [adj] SV
full of scarred ulcers, hives, or dry sores ñoludo [adj] SV
not very full pando [adj] PE disused
full of oneself panudo [adj] PE
full of jokes palomilla [adj] CL
full of fun palomilla [adj] CL
full at the hem and narrow at the waist plato [adj] BO
full at the hem and narrow at the waist plato [adj] CL disused
very full retacado [adj] MX
full of defects sotreta [adj] AR UY rur.
full of holes xaxaco [adj] GT disused
full of jokes tallero [adj] CL
full of people timbí [adj] DO
full of people timbo [adj] DO
full of bends vireto [adj] VE
very full tetiado [adj] CO:C
full of oneself vitoqueado [adj] VE
by his full appellation por su denominación completa [adj]
with full knowledge of something en la jugada [adj] NI CR DO EC
full of oneself guacho pistola [adj] AR
full of people or things a full total [adj] BO teen
payment in full finiquito [m]
full-dress coat frac [m]
full-length poncho jorongo [m] MX
person with full of egoism narciso [m]
full plate of rice arroz con cumbrera [m] PR rur.
full length phonographic vinyl disc acetato [m] MX
pile of trash, branches and leaves dragged by a full swollen river balsero [m] PR
assuming full responsibility reconocimiento de la plena responsabilidad [m]
place full of weeds and shrubs bejucal [m] CU DO PR VE
creeping grass that forms bumps on the ground and whose flowers are pink and lilac, and open only in full sun bellalasonce [m] CO
full control over a person (witchcraft) amarre de palo [m] CU
circular movement of the lasso by the horse rider in mexican rodeo (with the horse first at rest, then in motion, then at full gallop) abanico [m] MX
small branch full of flowers or fruits chirrión [m] HN NI rur.
full or presumption and pride (person) frasco [m] VE
horsehair plume on the crest of a military helmet worn as part of the full dress uniform flamín [m] BO
small paper bag full of gunpowder that is popping on the floor in some celebrations garbanzo [m] PR
full of people or things fuleteado [m] PR
place full of ticks garrapatero [m] GT HN SV CR PR
in full color ful color [m] HN DO BO
full coverage full (inglés) [m] DO PR CL
full coverage full cover (inglés) [m] US NI PR
carnival character that represents an old doctor wearing a white lab coat, walking with a cane, and with a doctor's bag full of medicinal plants gramillero [m] AR UY
full researcher investigador titular [m] CU
field full of weeds jarillal [m] NI
feeling full empanzonamiento [m] MX
seventh son of a family who at night during a full moon becomes a wolf lobizón [m] PY AR
seventh son of a family who at night during a full moon becomes a wolf luisón [m] PY
dried squash full of seeds used as an instrument nasisi [m] PA
reddish pine wood full of resin, used for lighting ocote fino [m] HN rur.
place full of stones pedreguero [m] GT NI PA
place full of stones pedregullero [m] VE
place full of stones pedregullal [m] VE
plate full of food platado [m] CR PA
two hands full pucho [m] HN SV NI
coffee cup-full pocillado [m] CO
two fists full pucho [m] HN SV NI
long speech of no substance and full of nonsense tollo [m] CL
five trailers full of pineapple tiro [m] HN:N
person with full of egoism narcisista [m/f]
(at) full speed a toda máquina [n]
(at) full speed a toda velocidad [n]
full color full color [n] NI CR EC PE BO
person who is full of themselves guacho pistola [n] AR
full freedom of action cancha libre [n] PA BO
full freedom of action canilla libre [n] MX
foot full of chigger fleas ñaras [m/pl] VE rur.
full-blown desarrollada [adj/f]
full up llena [adj/f]
full-fledged [us] hecha y derecha [adj/f]
chock-full of cuajadita  [adj/f] VE
full to the brim atibá [adj/f] DO
full of clay barrosa [adj/f] HN
full of clay barrealosa [adj/f] HN NI
full of clay barrialosa [adj/f] MX SV
very compact and full bodied (fabric) abodocada [adj/f] AR:Ne
in full por entero
full day durante todo el día
full day por la mañana y por la tarde
full age mayoría de edad
full age edad legal
in full por completo
full day día atareado
full day día de mucho trabajo
a full range of services un abanico de servicios
a full deck una baraja completa (de naipes)
a full week una semana movida
a full week una semana entera
a full range of services una amplia gama de servicios
a full range of services todo tipo de servicios
a full-court press ataque vigoroso
a full-court press presión en toda la cancha
a full week una semana completa
a life full of happiness una vida llena de felicidad
a life full of happiness una vida llena de alegría
full belly barriga llena
full belly corazón contento
full stop punto y aparte
a full of complement la totalidad de
full board pensión completa
full moon luna llena
half full lleno por la mitad
chock-full with hasta los topes de
full tank depósito lleno
full tank tanque lleno
full-length mirror espejo de cuerpo entero
full-fledged de hecho y de derecho
full-bodied wine vino fuerte
hail mary full of grace ave maría purísima
full term término completo
full text of measure texto completo de la iniciativa de ley
ceremony of becoming a full matador (bulfighting) alternativa [f]
full gratification of a desire hartura [f]
place full of gravel and pebbles glera [f]
oven full of charcoal foya [f] rur. rare
place full of brambles/briers maraña [f]
full age mayoría [f]
spindle full of thread mazorca [f]
receipt in full quitanza [f]
place full of pebbles/gravel lleira [f] rur. rare
country full of meadows and pasture-ground pradera [f]
full-length tirantez [f]
full breadth gore of a skirt tabla [f]
room full of smoke zorrera [f]
country full of meadows and pasture-ground pradería [f]
beat/full (cloth) abatanar [v]
become full of holes agujerearse [v]
full cloth batanar [v]
be full of impatience derretirse [v] fig.
become full cargarse [v]
stretch oneself at full length echarse [v]
full/mill clothes infurtir [v] rare
be full of chinks esquebrajarse [v]
full cloth enfurtir [v]
stretch at full length rellanarse [v]
lean back at full length repantigarse [v]
be full moon llenar (la luna) [v]
be full of flea-bites sarpullirse [v]
pay in full satisfacer [v]
stretch oneself at full length tenderse [v]
run (a horse) at full gallop tenderse [v]
lean back at full length repanchigarse [v]
full of mannerisms amanerado [adj]
full of incidents accidentado [adj]
full of anguish angustioso [adj]
full of seaweed algoso [adj]
full of little drops/pearls aljofarado [adj]
full of joy contento [adj]
full of breaks and holes barrancoso [adj]
full of mire barroso [adj]
heaped up full to the top colmo [adj]
full to satiety comido [adj]
full of marrow carnoso [adj]
full of dregs borroso [adj]
badly written and full of blots and corrections borroso [adj]
full of stones cascajoso [adj]
full of dandruff casposo [adj]
full of fragments/scraps briznoso [adj]
full of cobbles guijarroso [adj]
full of vermin gusaniento [adj]
full of airs envirotado [adj]
full of smoke fumoso [adj]
full of fumes fumoso [adj]
full-skirted haldudo [adj]
full of satiety harto [adj]
full of scales escamudo [adj]
full of chinks hendido [adj]
full of scrawls garabatoso [adj]
made/full of thorns espíneo [adj]
full of holes hoyoso [adj]
full of viscous humours gomoso [adj]
full-fed gordo [adj]
full of grubs/weevils gorgojoso [adj]
full of humours humorado [adj]
full of seed granado [adj]
full of pimples granujado [adj]
full of stones granujado [adj]
full of seeds granujado [adj]
full of pimples granujoso [adj]
full of pimples granujiento [adj]
full of pimples granular [adj]
full of chaff granzoso [adj]
full of brambles jaroso [adj]
full of snares enredoso [adj]
full of difficulties enredoso [adj]
full of knotty points enredoso [adj]
full of cliffs enriscado [adj]
full-fed grueso [adj]
full of trees enselvado [adj]
full of brambles and briers fragoso [adj]
full of praise laudatorio [adj]
full of nutrido [adj]
of a full of obstacles and difficult situation ñongo [adj] VE
full of wicks/matches mechoso [adj]
full of nits lendroso [adj]
full of marrow meduloso [adj]
full of errors/misprints mentiroso [adj]
very full repleto [adj]
full of cracks quebrajoso [adj]
full of sprouts/buds pimpolludo [adj]
full of wolves loboso [adj]
full of defects plagado [adj]
full of roe ovoso [adj]
full of grapes racimoso [adj]
made of (or full of) straw pajoso [adj]
full of spots maculoso [adj]
full of stains maculoso [adj]
full of blemishes maculoso [adj]
full of dust polvoriento [adj]
full-grown maduro [adj]
full of difficulties pantanoso [adj]
full of lines or rays rayoso [adj]
very full popocho [adj] CO
very full harto [adj]
full of people populoso [adj]
full-gorged (birds) papujado [adj]