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Sens de "grown-up" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 15 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
grown-up mayor [adj]
grown-up adulto [m/adj]
grown-up adulta [adj/f]
grown-up mayora [adj/f]
grown-up boluda [f] CL
grown-up crecido [adj]
grown-up boludita [adj] CL
grown-up boludo [m] CL
grown-up persona mayor
grown-up adulta [f]
grown-up adulto [adj]
grown-up adulto [m]
Colloquial
grown-up hecho y derecho [adj]
grown-up grandote [adj]
Engineering
grown-up criado [adj]

Sens de "grown-up" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 188 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
mane (hair grown on the upper neck of lion) melena [f]
any vegetable or produce that is grown fruto [m]
General
act grown-up hombrear [v]
organically-grown ecológico [adj]
full-grown granado [adj]
organically-grown ecológica [adj/f]
full-grown granada [adj/f]
sun-grown coffee paca (francés) [f] HN
land sold for cultivation in exchange for payment of part of the grown products sayana [f] PE:Se rur.
land sold for cultivation in exchange for payment of part of the grown products sayaña [f] PE:Se BO:W rur.
woman who cultivates land sold in exchange for grown products sayañera [f] PE:Se BO:W rur.
grown berrear [v]
grown prevalente [adj]
grown granado [adj]
grown at home de cosecha propia [adj]
grown at home casero [adj]
(a plant) grown poorly due to excess of water aguachado [adj] AR:Nw rur.
grown much less than others (grain, generally corn, bean, or coffee) cipe (del náhuatl) [adj] HN
locally grown indio [adj] HN SV
having grown very little ruin [adj] HN
a type of coffee grown in costa rica nance [m]
plants grown in the nursery almacigal [m] CR CL AR UY
plants grown in the nursery almácigo [m] CR
plants grown in an orchard almácigo [m] CR CL AR UY
grown man boludita [m] CL
grown man boludo [m] CL
lock of hair that grown out on the back of the neck while the rest of the hair is kept short choco [m] CL
man who cultivates land sold in exchange for grown products sayañero [m] PE:Se BO:W rur.
sun grown tobacco tabaco de sol [m] CU
shade grown tobacco tabaco tapado [m] CU
tobacco grown without an awning tripa [m] NI
(a plant) grown poorly due to excess of water aguachada [adj/f] AR:Nw rur.
grown-ups los grandes
box in which flowers or shrubs are grown cajonera [f]
plant grown in the sierra de sevilla and used against viper bites calabazuela [f]
somewhat grown crecidito [adj]
grown increased crecido [adj]
grown cundido [adj]
grown old envejecido [adj]
grown espigado [adj]
full-grown maduro [adj]
grown up talludo [adj]
grown into long stalks talludo [adj]
grown adulto [adj]
grown crecido [adj]
unevenly grown wheat amelgado [m]
grown duckling anadoncillo [m]
full-grown man barbado [m]
grown old envejecida [adj/f]
grown espigada [adj/f]
full-grown madura [adj/f]
somewhat grown crecidita [adj/f]
grown increased crecida [adj/f]
grown cundida [adj/f]
grown up talluda [adj/f]
grown into long stalks talluda [adj/f]
grown adulta [adj/f]
grown crecida [adj/f]
grass-grown cubierto de hierba [f]
moss-grown mohoso [adj]
grown hecho [adj]
grown lleno (de hierbas/maleza) [adj]
grown up adulto [adj]
grown cubierto [adj]
grown up crecido [adj]
grown up hecho [adj]
a full-grown man hombre hecho [m]
grown hecha [adj/f]
grown up adulta [adj/f]
grown up hecha [adj/f]
grown cubierta [adj/f]
grown up crecida [adj/f]
moss-grown mohosa [adj/f]
home-grown casero [adj] disused
Idioms
be a grown-up man ser un hombre hecho y derecho [v]
full-grown hecho y derecho [adj]
Speaking
I can't believe how much you've grown up no puedo creer todo lo que has crecido
i feel all grown up me siento un adulto
when I am grown up cuando crezca
Colloquial
fully grown hecho y derecho [adj]
you've grown! ¡qué alto estás!
Phrases
idiomatic expression which refers to a small soccer team that has grown bigger due to meaningful or consecutive wins se agrandó Chacarita AR
Electricity
grown junction transistor transistor de unión por crecimiento
Electrics/Electronics
grown junction unión por extracción
Electronics
vapour-phase-grown epitaxial layer [uk] estratificador epitaxial en fase de vapor crecida [m]
vapor-phase-grown epitaxial layer [us] estratificador epitaxial en fase de vapor crecida [m]
Engineering
grown-in dislocation dislocación en desarrollo [f]
grown desarrollado [adj]
moss-grown musgoso [adj]
home-grown del país
home-grown de la tierra
slow-grown de crecimiento lento
moss-grown en desuso
full-grown completamente desarrollado
grown junction photocell fotocélula de unión por crecimiento
grown junction unión por crecimiento
grown junction transistor transistor de uniones por crecimiento
grown junction unión de crecimiento
grown junction wafer oblea de uniones por crecimiento
grown-diffused transistor transistor de capas de difusión
grown semiconductor junction unión de semiconductor crecido
grown-diffused transistor transistor de unión por difusión
npn rate-grown junction transistor transistor de uniones n-p-n por variación de la velocidad de crecimiento
rate-grown junction unión de aumento regulado
rate-grown junction unión graduada
rate-grown transistor transistor de unión graduada
rate-grown transistor transistor de unión progresiva
Chemistry
vapor-grown [us] crecido por vapor [adj]
vapour-grown [uk] crecido por vapor [adj]
grown crystal cristal cultivado
Medicine
full-grown crecido [adj]
Aeronautics
fully grown adulto [adj]
grown junction transistor transistor de unión
grown sea mar arbolada
Agriculture
grown to a head acogollado [adj]
turnip grown for seed bunio [m]
a vine grown for its fruit (lagenaria siceraria) acocote (náhuatl) [m]
grown to a head acogollada [adj/f]
organically grown feedstuff piensos orgánicos
home-grown crop cultivo autóctono
Gastronomy
a hot chile pepper grown in oaxaca chile de agua
Metallurgy
grown iron hierro crecido
Hydrology
thermally-grown ice hielo de formación térmica
British Slang
sand grown natural de ciudades de la costa oeste de Iancashire (blackpool/morecombe)
Botany
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) caihua [f] CL:N
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) achojcha [f] EC PE BO AR:Nw
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) caigua [f] PE CL:N
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) achocha [f] PE AR:Nw
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) achoscha [f] AR:Nw
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) achogcha [f] EC
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) camaza [f] CO:E VE
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) tula [f] PA
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) camasa [f] VE
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) carnaza [f] VE
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) alcayota [f] PE CL AR
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) chilacayotera [f] MX
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) calabaza [f] CO
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) calabaza de cabello de ángel [f] ES
a species of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) cayota [f] AR
a species of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) cayota [f] AR
a vine grown for its fruit (lagenaria siceraria) güira [f] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO PE
a tropical and evergreen plant bearing small, white, scented flowers, which is grown as an ornamental tree (murraya paniculata) limonaria [f] MX HN SV NI CO
the most commonly grown ornamental species of mirabilis plant (mirabilis jalapa) maravilla [f] GT NI CU PR
the most commonly grown ornamental species of mirabilis plant (mirabilis jalapa) noche buena [f] DO
the most commonly grown ornamental species of mirabilis plant (mirabilis jalapa) siciliana [f] DO
a grass grown in tropical and subtropical climates (digitaria decumbens) pangola [f] GT CR
a species of ruta grown as an ornamental plant (ruta graveolens) ruda de castilla [f] CO
a legume commonly grown for human consumption and livestock feed in asia and east africa (lathyrus sativus) almorta (mozárabe) [f]
ground where chicory is grown achicorial [m]
a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable (cyclanthera pedata) pepino de rellenar [m] CO
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) camacero [m] VE
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) camazo [m] CO:E VE:W
a vine grown for its fruit, which can either be harvested young and used as a vegetable, or harvested mature, dried, and used as a bottle, utensil, or pipe (lagenaria vulgaris) porongo [m] BO PY AR UY
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) chilacayote [m] MX GT HN SV NI
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) chiberre [m] HN:W SV
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) cayota [m] AR
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) chiverre [m] CR
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) chiberro [m] HN
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) chinchayote [m] NI
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) tzilacayote [m] MX
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) cayote [m] AR
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) zambo [m] EC
a type of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) lacayote [m] PE BO
a legume grown for its edible seeds or beans (phaseolus lunatus) cubá [m] CR
a legume grown for its edible seeds or beans (phaseolus lunatus) frijolillo [m] MX
a legume grown for its edible seeds or beans (phaseolus lunatus) guaracaro [m] VE
a species of lupin grown in the andes, mainly for its edible bean (lupinus mutabilis) chocho [m] EC PE:N
a species of lupin grown in the andes, mainly for its edible bean (lupinus mutabilis) chochito [m] EC
a species of lupin grown in the andes, mainly for its edible bean (lupinus mutabilis) tarhui [m] PE BO
a species of lupin grown in the andes, mainly for its edible bean (lupinus mutabilis) tarwi [m] EC BO:C,W,S
a species of lupin grown in the andes, mainly for its edible bean (lupinus mutabilis) tawri [m] BO
yellow-flame, a species of peltophorum, native to tropical southeastern asia and a popular ornamental tree grown around the world (peltophorum pterocarpum) flamboyán amarillo [m] DO PR
a species of peltophorum, native to tropical southeastern asia and a popular ornamental tree grown around the world (peltophorum pterocarpum) framboyán amarillo [m] CU DO
a herbaceous annual plant grown worldwide for its edible dry seeds or unripe fruit (phaseolus vulgaris) frejol [m] EC PE
a species of squash, grown for its edible seeds, fruit, and greens (cucurbita ficifolia) cayote [m] AR
a vine grown for its fruit (cucurbita lagenaria) guash [m] MX:Se
a vine grown for its fruit (cucurbita lagenaria) jicalpestle [m] MX:S
a vine grown for its fruit (cucurbita lagenaria) jicalpextle [m] MX:S
a vine grown for its fruit (cucurbita lagenaria) pumpo [m] MX
a large annual forb of the genus helianthus grown as a crop for its edible oil and edible fruits (helianthus annuus) lampote [m] MX
a large annual forb of the genus helianthus grown as a crop for its edible oil and edible fruits (helianthus annuus) lampotillo [m] MX
a large annual forb of the genus helianthus grown as a crop for its edible oil and edible fruits (helianthus annuus) maíz de tejas [m] MX
a large annual forb of the genus helianthus grown as a crop for its edible oil and edible fruits (helianthus annuus) maíz meco [m] MX
a tropical and evergreen plant bearing small, white, scented flowers, which is grown as an ornamental tree (murraya paniculata) limonario [m] HN SV
a species of lupin grown in the andes, mainly for its edible bean (lupinus mutabilis) lupino [m] PE
an annual that is easily grown in average, medium moisture (cosmos sulphureus) sochipal [m] MX
a vine grown for its fruit (lagenaria siceraria) bule [m] MX
Horticulture
a vine grown for its fruit (lagenaria siceraria) alacate (náhuatl) [m] MX