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Sens de "great" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 262 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
great genial [adj]
great excelente [adj]
great grande [adj]
great fenomenal [adj]
great estupendo [adj]
great elevado [adj]
great alucinante [adj]
great sumo [adj]
great maravilloso [adj]
great bacilón [adj] EC PE
great súper [adj]
great fabuloso [adj]
great grave [adj]
great astral [adj] SV
great bello [adj]
great bonísimo [adj]
great colosal [adj]
great fetén (caló) [adj]
great formidable [adj]
great grandioso [adj]
great hermoso [adj]
great imponente [adj]
great inmenso [adj]
great magnánimo [adj]
great magno [adj]
great áxcale (náhuatl) [interj] MX
great ázcale [interj] MX
great bis [pref]
great biz [pref]
great aza [suf]
great azo [suf]
great vasto [adj]
great macanudo (coloquial) [adj]
great garrafal [adj]
great loco [adj]
great regio [adj]
great formidable [adj]
great señor [adj]
great molón [adj]
great apoteósico [adj]
great vacilón [adj]
great chévere [adj] CAM VE PE CO DO PR
great nutrido [adj]
great ingente [adj]
great gran [adj]
great muy bueno [adj]
great intenso [adj]
great de bigote [adj] ES
great fetén [adv]
great bien [interj]
great grandes [adj/pl]
great intensa [adj/f]
great importante [adj]
great enorme [adj]
great gran (delante de sustantivo) [adj]
great capital [adj]
great crecido [adj]
great dilatado [adj]
great bueno [adj]
great fiero [adj]
great gordo [adj]
great grandioso [adj]
great grueso [adj]
great primo [adj]
great profundo [adj]
great perínclito [adj]
great magno [adj]
great preexcelso [adj]
great estupendo [adj]
great macanudo [adj] AMER
great reverendo [adj]
great tremendo [adj]
great colosal [adj]
great brillante [adj]
great preexcelsa [adj/f]
great dilatada [adj/f]
great magna [adj/f]
great fiera [adj/f]
great crecida [adj/f]
great gruesa [adj/f]
great estupenda [adj/f]
great perínclita [adj/f]
great macanuda [adj/f] AMER
great reverenda [adj/f]
great tremenda [adj/f]
great mucho [adj]
great desmedido [adj]
great numeroso [adj]
great muchísimo [adj]
great largo [adj]
great prolongado [adj]
great henchido [adj]
great preñado [adj]
great poderoso [adj]
great familiar [adj]
great íntimo [adj]
great ilustre [adj]
great magnánimo [adj]
great noble [adj]
great eminente [adj]
great admirable [adj]
great adorable [adj]
great sublime [adj]
great orgulloso [adj]
great magnífico [adj]
great imponente [adj]
great desmedida [adj/f]
great mucha [adj/f]
great numerosa [adj/f]
great muchísima [adj/f]
great henchida [adj/f]
great prolongada [adj/f]
great íntima [adj/f]
great preñada [adj/f]
great magnánima [adj/f]
great chanchi [adj] ES
great chévere [adj] HN SV PA AN CO VE PE BO
great chévere [adj] PA AN CO VE PE
great cheque [interj] HN
great profunda [adj/f]
great buena [adj/f]
great elevada [adj/f]
great suma [adj/f]
great bacilona [adj/f] EC PE
great prima [adj/f]
great gorda [adj/f]
great grandiosa [adj/f]
great fabulosa [adj/f]
great larga [adj/f]
great poderosa [adj/f]
great magnífica [adj/f]
great maravillosa [adj/f]
great orgullosa [adj/f]
great de a kilo [adj]
great de campeonato [adj]
great a todo dar [adv] MX
great de oro
great que te mueres
great a lo bestia
great como dios
great como pintado
great paja [f] PE
great guay [adj] ES
great dabuten [adj] ES
great chachi [adj]
great descacharrante [adj]
great cojonudo [adj]
great dulce de leche [adj]
great chévere [adj] AMER
great padre [adj] MX
great piola [adj] AR CL UY
great pipudo [adj]
great fantástico [adj]
great fardón [adj] ES
great vaciado [adj] AMER
great guapo [adj]
great pistonudo [adj]
great que quita el hipo [adj]
great de narices [adj]
great macanudo [adj] LAM
great de la leche [adj]
great de la hostia [adj]
great de pinga [adj]
great de la gran flauta [adj]
great de padre y muy señor mío [adj]
great de aúpa [adj]
great de garabatillo [adj]
great de ensueño [adj]
great de pánico [adj]
great de puta madre [adj]
great enrollante [adj] ES
great potente [adj]
great numerero [adj]
great bacán [adj]
great bárbaro  [adj] AR
great chachi [adj] ES
great chupi [adj] ES
great guay [adj] ES
great de puta madre [adj]
great mejor que teta de monja [v]
great chévere cambur [adv] VE
great de puta madre [adv]
great onda [interj]
great guay [interj]
great grandioso [interj]
great pipuda [adj/f]
great fantástica [adj/f]
great fardona [adj/f] ES
great vaciada [adj/f] AMER
great guapa [adj/f]
great bárbara  [adj/f] AR
great de muchas campanillas
great de campanillas
great de fetén
great de pata negra
great de coña
great de buten
great de caballo
great de cine
great donde las haya
great donde los haya
great ni hecho de encargo
great que tira para atrás
great que echa para atrás
great flor de AR
great de altos vuelos [adj]
great de aquí te espero [adj]
great de muerte [adj]
great de fábula [adj]
great de película [adj]
great de película [adj] ES
great de lujo
great de bigote
great de campeonato
great que no veas
great gloria [f]
great chido [adj] MX
great dabuten [adj] ES
great canuto [adj]
great capo [adj] AR BO EC PY PE UY
great chachi [adj] ES
great chévere [adj] BO CAR CAM PE VE
great suave [adj]
great auténtico [adj]
great flipante [adj]
great bacano [adj] CO CU CL EC DO
great búfalo [adj] NI
great de la madre [adj] LAM
great de alucine [adj]
great de primera [adj]
great de pistón [adj]
great extraordinario [adj]
great legal [adj] CR
great de bute [adj]
great de buten [adj]
great como un camión [v] ES
great chachi [adv]
great a toda madre [expr] MX
great chida [adj/f] MX
great capa [adj/f] AR BO EC PY PE UY
great auténtica [adj/f]
great bacana [adj/f] CO CU CL EC DO
great de impresión ES
great descojonante
great en grandes cantidades
great muy bueno
great chévere PE
great chiva CR
great chivísima CR
great bacán CL
great el decueve CL
great cebado CL
great extremado [adj]
great considerable [adj]
great soberano [adj]
great fetén [adj]
great imponderable [adj]
great lleno [adj]
great solemne [adj]
great de chipén [adj]
great valiente [adj]
great extremo [adj]

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

Anglais Espagnol
great care esmero [m]
great-grandfather bisabuelo [m]
great-great-grandfather tatarabuelo [m]
great-great-grandson tataranieto [m]
great-grandmother bisabuela [f]
great-great-granddaughter tataranieta [f]
great-great-grandmother tatarabuela [f]
(before a plural noun) great grandes [adj]
great talker hablador [m]
great success exitazo [m]
great man prócer [m]
great talker habladora [f]
great power superpotencia [f]
great bustard avutarda [f]
great figure gloria [f]
great britain gran bretaña [f]
great variety multiplicidad [f]
take great pains esmerarse [v]
at great length detalladamente [adv]
at great length detenidamente [adv]
with great feeling sentidamente [adv]
with great difficulty penosamente [adv]
with great difficulty laboriosamente [adv]
with great difficulty apuradamente [adv]
to a great extent en gran medida [adv]
have a great time pasarlo pipa (coloquial) [v]
to a great extent en alto grado
great punishment azote [m]
great-great-great-grandson bichozno [m] disused
great grandson bisabuelo [m]
great grandson bisnieto [m]
great grandson biznieto [m]
great-great-great-grandson chozno [m]
great poet or musician cisne [m]
great-great-great-grand-son cuadrinieto [m] disused
great eater epulón [m]
great cattle ganado mayor [m]
keeper of the great seal guardasellos [m]
character with great bravery héroe [m]
great book gran libro [m]
great-great-great-granddaughter bichozna [f] disused
great granddaughter bisabuela [f]
great granddaughter bisnieta [f]
great granddaughter biznieta [f]
great mullein candelera [f]
great-great-great-granddaughter chozna [f]
great fun chulada [f]
great cross gran cruz [f]
great-great-great-grand-daughter cuadrinieta [f] disused
great cattle grey [f]
great fire lumbrerada [f]
pertaining to alexnder the great alejandrino [adj]
have great physical endurance correoso [adj]
taking great effort costoso [adj]
great-looking flamante [adj]
the great magnífico [adj]
go to great lengths atrafagarse [v]
experience great pleasure desbabar [v]
stay awake putting great care and application in something despestañarse [v] disused
take great pains esmerarse [v]
at great length detalladamente [adv]
with great effort empeñosamente [adv]
great grandparents bisabuelos [m/pl]
great fall bajón [m]
great movie peliculón [m]
great-coat capote [m]
a great care esmero [m]
a great mischief-maker un alborotador [m]
a great sleeper un dormilón [m]
someone who has a great deal of power or influence pez gordo [m]
great dane dogo danés [m]
great dane dogo alemán [m]
great dane alano alemán [m]
great dane gran danés [m]
great-grandchild bisnieto [m]
great leap forward gran salto adelante [m]
great skua skúa [m]
great skua págalo grande [m]
great-uncle tío abuelo [m]
person with great bravery héroe [m]
great body cuerpazo [m]
great bunch montonazo [m]
great burnet níspero [m]
great butt nalgatorio [m]
great father padrazo [m]
great plan planazo [m]
great surprise punto [m]
great white shark jaquetón [m]
a great amount disparate [m]
great bore pelmazo [m]
great hotel hotelazo [m]
great novel novelón [m]
great shag polvazo [m]
great-grandparent bisabuelo [m]
great-great-grandchild tataranieto [m]
great-great-grandparent tatarabuelo [m]
great amount mamotreto [m]
great nephew resobrino [m]
great man prohombre [m]
great goal balinazo [m] HN
great kiskadee benteveo [m] AR UY
great kiskadee bichofeo [m] AR UY
great kiskadee bienteveo [m] PR
great thing bisté [m] CU
great amount caleta [m] CL
man with great strength bofudo [m] VE:W
great amount of something bojo [m] NI
great quantity bojotón [m] VE
development of an activity with great intensity/exaggeration amasijo [m] AR UY
person of great talent and intelligence and very studious bocho [m] AR UY
manufacture of bags in great quantity (industrial process) bolseo [m] MX
great amount of something bojote [m] NI DO VE
person of great acuteness and insight bicho [m] AR
saying or fact without value or without substance but that appears great buchipluma [m] VE
great thing bisté [m] CU
place with a great movement of people abejero [m] CU DO
great quantity cachimbal [m] SV
great quantity cachimbao [m] PA rare rur.
great quantity of something (especially money) bujuyazo [m] SV
exhaustion after a great effort desguabinamiento [m] CU
great great great grandson chuznieto [m] EC disused
great-great-grandchild chorlo [m] PR
great-great-grandson chorno [m] MX PR
great-great-grandchild chorno [m] MX PR
woman with a great body forro [m] MX HN SV NI
system of government in which the state has great impact on business and other economic matters estatismo [m] EC CL AR
great exhaustion desguabinación [m] PR
man of great physical strength who fights well with his fists despachurrador [m] PR
great exhaustion esguabinamiento [m] PR
great hunger estragamiento [m] PR
man of great physical strength who fights well with his fists espachurrador [m] PR
deity of great prestige in santo domingo, symbolized by fire candelón [m] DO
deity who enjoys great prestige in santo domingo, has a fire symbol, red color and likes rum, tobacco and dance candeló [m] DO
great quantity of people or things clustered in one place cojonal [m] CU
great quantity of people or things clustered in one place carajal [m] MX PA CU VE EC
great popular success of a musical composition or other artistic or literary work hitazo (inglés hit) [m] MX GT SV NI
great success hitazo (inglés hit) [m] MX
great success jitazo [m] MX HN SV
great quantity of things diablal [m] MX
great quantity of things diablar [m] MX
pet held in great esteem engreído [m] PE
great quantity montonal [m] MX HN SV PE
woman of great stature and good presentation mujerencón [m] HN
great party parisón (inglés party) [m] PR child
great anger piedronón [m] CO
great quantity of things reguerete [m] DO PR
great mullein candelaria [f]
multitude (a great number of people gathered together; crowd) nube [f]
great thing pasada [f]
great size grandeza [f]
great quantity carretada [f]
great number caterva [f]
great quantity or number porrada [f]
great folly borrachera [f]
a great care dedicación [f]
great-grandchild bisnieta [f]
great-grandparent bisabuela [f]
great-great-grandchild tataranieta [f]
great anger ira [f]
the state of being impressive and great majestad [f]
great primer romana [f]
great cause macrocausa [f]
great heat quemazón [f]
great-aunt tía-abuela [f]
great-great-great-granddaughter chozna [f]
great-great-great-grandfather tatatarabuelo [f]
great-great-great-grandmother tatatarabuela [f]
great mother madraza [f]
great niece resobrina [f]
host (a great number; a multitude) multitud [f]
great joy alegrona [f] PE
woman of great stature, strength and courage mujerona [f]
biblical great flood gran inundación bíblica [f]
great joy alegría grande [f]
great amount of money una bola que no la brinca un chivo [f] CU
person of great talent and intelligence and very studious bocha [f] AR UY
person of great acuteness and insight bicha [f] AR
great number of things chingada [f] HN
great great great granddaughter chuznieta [f] EC disused
great thing chimba [f] CO
great-great-granddaughter chorna [f] MX PR
factory where a great variety of food stuffs and domestic items are produced factoría (inglés factory) [f] US
great room galería [f] VE disused
great effort matada [f] HN NI
public work of great magnitude obra de choque [f] CU
great quantity milería [f] HN
great quantity montonera [f] CL
raft (a great number, amount, or collection) multitud [f]
landowner of a great state latifundista [m/f]
person who is accustomed to running great distances chasqui (del quechua) [m/f] BO:W,C
of great volume caudal [adj]
great deal mucho [adj]
a great deal of mucho [adj]
a great deal of un montón de [adj]
a great deal of bastante [adj]
a great deal of bastante [adj]
a great deal of mucho [adj]
a great deal of una buena cantidad [adj]
a great many unos cuantos [adj]
a great many mucho [adj]
a great many bastante [adj]
a great number of bastantes [adj]
a great number of muchos [adj]
who has a great liking for bread panero [adj]
a great deal muchísimo [adj]
that causes great sadness trágico [adj]
that causes great pain or anguish lacerante [adj]
that causes great pain or anguish atroz [adj]
very good and of great value (process) avanti (del italiano) [adj] PR
outstanding for his/her intelligence or great abilities for something bacano [adj] DO
deformed by flattening (due to the application of great force) apachurrado [adj] MX GT HN SV NI PR VE EC
that requires great intellectual effort (subject) cabezón [adj] CL
great abundance of burda de [adj] VE
(a product) great canalla [adj] NI child
who walks with great difficulty desortijado [adj] UY rur.
that has fallen from a great height (someone/something) desmangado [adj] HN SV
with great knowledge (person) cuatriborlado [adj] PR VE
with great knowledge (person) cuatriborleado [adj] PR VE
great amount of choreto [adj] PR
traveling at great speed (person or animal) esbocado [adj] PR
traveling at great speed (person or animal) esbocao [adj] PR
traveling at great speed (person or animal) desbocado [adj] GT DO PR CO VE EC BO
subjected to a great effort or output (person, animal, or machine) exigido [adj] HN rur.
having a great appetite for ceviche cebichero [adj] MX PE BO
that moves at great speed jalado [adj] HN SV NI
of great quality or merit de jerarquía [adj] CO BO CL PY AR UY
of great proportions mamarro de [adj] VE
having a great personality dijecito [adj] CL
of great character rajado [adj] VE
with great abilities pulseador [adj] BO
with great effort sangreado [adj] CU
not great regularzón [adj] PA derog.
not great regularzón [adj] CR VE
make a great show triunfar [v]
cause great harm to desollar [v]
be in great want perecerse [v]
take great care of mimar [v]
have a great time pasarlo bomba [v]
take great pains extremarse [v]
take great pleasure regodearse [v]
dig to a great depth desfondar [v]
describe in great detail pormenorizar [v]
examine with great care escrutar [v]
examine with great care examinar [v]
examine with great care escudriñar [v]
supply in great quantity amontonar [v]
go great lengths to do something hacer lo imposible para hacer algo [v]
taste great saber a gloria [v]
look great ir muy arreglado [v]
look great ir muy arreglada [v]
have a great time pasarlo a lo grande [v]
have a great time pasárselo pipa [v]
have a great time pasarlo en grande [v]
have a great time pasarlo de puta madre [v]
have a great time pasarlo pipa [v]
have a great time pasárselo bomba [v]
have a great time divertirse mucho [v]
feel great sentirse de maravilla [v]
announce with great fanfare anunciar a bombo y platillo [v]
look great quedar perfecto [v]
look great salir perfecto [v]
go great ir viento en popa [v]
be a great failure ser un gran fracaso [v]
turn out great salir muy bien [v]
have a great time pasarlo de película [v]
join the great majority unirse a la gran mayoría [v]
have a great time bacilarse [v] ANS
suffer great harm sufrir grandes perjuicios [v]
suffer a great defeat sufrir una grave derrota [v]
become great hacerse grande [v]
fall flat to the ground with great force estrellarse de panza [v]
cause great suffering acototar [v] CL
move at great speeds arrear [v] HN SV NI
move at great speeds arriar [v] GT HN SV NI
garner something of great material benefit abacanarse [v] CR disused
welcome somebody with great courtesy atencionar [v] HN DO
attract great attention atraer gran atención [v]
attract a great deal of attention atraer mucha atención [v]
attach great importance conceder gran importancia [v]
attach great importance to conceder gran importancia a alguien o algo [v]
have a great time gozar una bola [v]
be great partir el bate [v]
make a great effort cachimbearse [v] HN SV NI
draw great interest atraer mucho interés [v]
be treated with great respect ser tratado con gran respeto [v]
draw great interest atraer un gran interés [v]
be of great value ser de gran valor [v]
do somebody a great favour hacer un gran favor a alguien [v]
be of great value tener un gran valor [v]
be struck with great fear sentirse asaltado por el miedo [v]
work excessively and by making great sacrifices descrestarse [v] CL
be in a great hurry despendejarse [v] PR
throw oneself from a great height desmangarse [v] HN SV
move at a great speed (referring to a person/vehicle) desmadrarse [v] CR
make a great effort in order to obtain something descocotarse [v] DO VE
fall from a great height desmangarse [v] HN SV
take care of someone lovingly and with great care cutuntear [v] HN rur.
search with great effort through drawers and furniture for something specific when one does not remember where it is kept curucutear [v] CO:N
make a great effort in order to obtain something escocotarse [v] PR
go to great lengths estusarse [v] PR
go to great lengths espescuezarse [v] PR
go to great lengths destusarse [v] PR
train oneself with great fervor foguearse [v] DO PR BO
do something with great effort and enthusiasm cascar [v] BO:W,C
adorn with great care adornar con mucho cuidado [v]
explain something very clearly and in great detail graficar [v] CR EC PE AR
provoke great enthusiasm in someone copar [v] AR UY teen
make a great effort to carry out a task güevearse [v] CR
make a great effort to carry out a task huevearse [v] CR
throw with great force lembar [v] PA
fall to the ground from a great height despicarse [v] HN
carry out an activity with great determination to the point of exhausting oneself destostuzarse [v] PR
go to great lengths destusarse [v] PR
go to great lengths to fulfill a promise despescuezarse [v] PR
go to great lengths to fulfill a promise espescuezarse [v] PR
face up to something with great difficulty machucarse [v] CL
obtain something with great difficulty pelechar [v] SV
made a great physical effort peludear [v] AR
fatigue a horse, demanding great effort sobar [v] MX AR rur.
a great care (con) gran cuidado [adv]
a great care cuidadosamente [adv]
a great deal bastante [adv]
a great deal mucho [adv]
a great many bastante [adv]
a great many unos cuantos [adv]
a great many mucho [adv]
with great effort con gran esfuerzo [adv]
in a great hurry a las apurada [adv] BO AR UY
with great speed and promptness como balazo [adv] UY
at great cost a un gran costo [adv]
at great cost a un precio muy alto [adv]
in a great hurry a los apurones [adv] BO PY AR UY
in a great hurry a las apuradas [adv] BO PY AR UY
in a great hurry a las corridas [adv] BO PY AR UY
in a great rush a las apuradas [adv] BO PY AR UY
in a great rush a la apurada [adv] BO PY AR UY
in a great rush a los apurones [adv] BO PY AR UY
in a great rush a las corridas [adv] BO PY AR UY
in great amount por bojotes [adv] VE
in great amount de a bojote [adv] DO
with great momentum (after turning the arm several times) a brazo borneado [adv] CL
in a great amount a lo bobo [adv] UY
covertly and with great fuss a pura bulla [adv] NI
with great effort a puras cachas [adv] HN SV
in great quantity en cachimba [adv] SV
with great difficulty a puras cachas [adv] HN SV
in the situation of having acquired a great prestige or received a series of unsurpassable praise or congratulations en los cuernos de la luna [adv] CL
with great luxury a todo mecate [adv] EC rare
with great luxury a todo mecate [adv] MX GT HN SV
in great quantity a cascoporro [adv]
great! albricias [interj]
great! fantástico [interj]
expressing pleasure or great excitement [interj]
great! ¡barántula! [interj] DO
great! ¡ajé! [interj] PA
great! ¡áxcale! [interj] MX
great! ¡chalay! [interj] AR UY rur.
great! ¡chévere! [interj] CO PR VE
great! ¡épale! [interj] SV CO EC
great! ¡urpia! [interj] VE
with great difficulties barrancas [f/pl]
oh great it's them again vaya alante que la luz es verde [expr] PA teen
that's great veinte puntos [expr] VE
great- bis- [pref]
adding to the basic lexical element the sense of great quantity of something azón [suf] GT HN SV NI VE
indicates a great deal of something (with nouns, derived from verbs) ancina [suf] HN SV NI
outstanding for his/her intelligence or great abilities for something bacana [adj/f] DO
how great! ¡qué chévere! [n] PR CO VE PE teen
great work! ¡pícalo gallo! [n] PR
great! de miedo
great pleasure gustazo
great! de cine
great! de vicio
a great attention un sumo cuidado
a great attention una gran atención
a great care mucho cuidado
a great deal of money una buena suma de dinero
a great development un gran desarrollo
a great deal of money una gran cantidad de dinero
a great loss of time una gran pérdida de tiempo
a great mischief-maker un agitador
a great mischief-maker un revoltoso
a great news una noticia genial
a great nuisance una gran molestia
a great nuisance un gran fastidio
a great news una noticia buenísima
a great occasion una gran oportunidad
a great poverty una gran pobreza
a great risk un gran riesgo
a great poverty una enorme pobreza
a great risk un alto riesgo
a great voice una gran voz
a great waste of time una gran pérdida de tiempo
a great sleeper una marmota fig.
great expectations esperar mucho
great expectations altas expectativas
great find verdadero hallazgo
great blue heron garza azulada
great blue heron garza ceniza
great dane gran danés
great egret garceta grande
great dane (mastiff) alano alemán
great lakes grandes lagos
great leap forward) gran salto adelante
great egret garza blanca
great white shark gran tiburón blanco
great pyramid of giza gran pirámide de giza
great wall of china gran muralla china
great white shark tiburón blanco
great-uncle tío abuelo
great-aunt tía abuela
great barrier reef gran barrera de coral
great bear osa mayor
great recession crisis económica de 2008-2015
great red spot gran mancha roja
great successor gran sucesor
great britain gran bretaña
great nephew sobrino en segundo grado
great aunt tía abuela
great uncle tío abuelo
alexander the great alejandro magno
great change profundo cambio
great room cuarto de estar
great friend amigo íntimo
great friend amiga íntima
great care extremo [m]
great-grandson bisnieto [m]
great heat ardor [m]
great angel angelón [m]
great goose ansarón [m]
great-great-great-grandchild chozno [m]
great-great-great-grandson chozno [m]
great-great-great-granddaughter chozna [m]
great-great-great-grandson chuznieto [m] EC
great-great-great-granddaughter chuznieta [m] EC
great feast banquete [m]
great calm calmazo [m]
great poet/musician cisne [m] fig.
great difficulty barranco [m] fig.
great change cambiazo [m]
great knave bellacón [m]
great villain bergantón [m]
great devil diablazo [m]
great-great-great-grand-son cuadrinieto [m]
great drunkard borrachón [m]
great blot/blur borronazo [m]
very great blunder disparatón [m]
great-coat brandis [m]
great cheat bribonazo [m]
great loss descalabro [m]
great social or political turmoil cataclismo [m]
great eater epulón [m]
great-coat gabán [m]
quilted great-coat gambeto [m]
person who affects great intimacy familiarcito [m]
great number/quantity hervidero [m]
great cavern full of water hidrofilacio [m]
great spitter escupidor [m]
man of great talent/courage hombrón [m]
great glutton glotonazo [m]
great blow golpazo [m]
great uncertainty laberinto [m]
great pedant pedantón [m]
great cheat maulón [m]
great want perecedero [m]
great-coat levitón [m]
great lie mentirón [m]
great rogue picarazo [m]
great rogue picarón [m]
great abundance piélago [m]
great loss quebranto [m]
great mystic misticón [m]
great wealth platal [m]
great yellow garlic moly (ajo) [m]
great master maestrazo [m]
great gawk majaderón [m]
great-great-grandfather rebisabuelo [m]
great-great-grandson rebisnieto [m]
great tumult/clamor rebullicio [m]
great fall precipicio [m]
great-coat redingote [m]
someone who claims to have great learning sabihondo [m]
great simpleton simplón [m]
great number sinfín [m]
a great many sinfín [m]
great ardor volcán [m]
great walker zanqueador [m]
great lord señorón [m]
great knave zorrazo [m]
great rogue zorrazo [m]
great noise bullicio [m]
great villain bergantonazo [m]
great drunkard borrachonazo [m]
something of great value alhaja [f]
great influx of fish to coasts and ports at certain seasons arribazón [f]
great uproar and confusion barahúnda [f]
housekeeper in great houses camarera [f]
great-granddaughter bisnieta [f]
great richness of gold or silver ore bolla [f] AMER
great-great-great-grand-daughter cuadrinieta [f]