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Sens de "part with" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 3 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
part with sudar [v]
part with deshacerse de [v]
Phrasals
part with separarse de [v]

Sens de "part with" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 47 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
part company with dividir [v]
a public officer dismissed but left with part of his salary cesante [m]
variety of pumpkin with a rosette shape in the lower part of its center calabaza hembra [f] PR rur.
winning move in which the jack lands with the concave part facing up (jacks game) clavada [f] BO
(cockfighting) group of small intensely colored feathers on a rooster, on the widest part of the wing, that contrast with the rest of its plumage chapa [f] PR
hit with the flat part of a machete planaciada [f] HN rur.
hit with the flat part of a machete planada [f] HN
many blows with the flat part of a machete planazón [f] VE
part company with separarse de [v]
get a part of the body accidentally pinched with something atrampillarse [v] PR
tie or cover with a bandage (part of the body) amarrar [v] MX EC
nibble or take part of something with one's hand, generally food chancomer [v] HN SV NI
hit someone with the flat part of the machete blade cinchonear [v] NI
rub one's body or a part of one's body with cream enzepolarse [v] NI
hit with the flat part of a machete planchar [v] VE
hit with the flat part of a machete planear [v] MX:Se VE rur.
with swelling in part of the body (particularly the eyes) apupujado [adj] NI
with bumps or protrusions on any part of the body (person/animal) burrunchudo [adj] GT
with one part more matured on the other sonconeto [adj] NI
hit with the back part of a gun culatazo [m]
archival utensil consisting of a wide loin folder with a circular hole in its bottom and a press and metal rings in its inner part ampo (de ampo®) [m] CR
a conical hut made with long poles driven into the ground and joined on the upper part, as a pavilion bajareque [m] DO
a conical hut made with long poles driven into the ground and joined on the upper part, as a pavilion bahareque [m] DO disused
pirouette that consists of forming the number 4 with the legs as part of a sobriety test cuatro [m] NI PR BO
blow given with the flat part of the blade of a sword or machete charpazo [m] GT HN NI rare
blow given with the flat part of the blade of a sword or machete cinchonazo [m] HN NI
short multicolored cloak, generally with stripes that is traditionally used by the chilean huaso as part of their regalia chamanto [m] CL
setup characteristic of the rio de la plata circus in which the spectacle was divided into a first part with traditional numbers and a second part with dramatic representations, generally of gaucho culture circo criollo [m] AR UY disused
indigenous folk dance in which dancers hold a bow and arrows and play with them to the sound of music as a part of the choreography chuncho [m] BO:C,W
top part of a plant filled with fruit copito (de copito®) [m] CR rur.
hit with the flat part of a machete plan [m] VE
hit with the flat part of a machete planazo [m] CR PA DO CO VE EC PE BO AR
hit with the flat part of a machete planazo [m] GT HN SV CU PR rur.
wide belt, part of the military campaign uniform with utensils attached zambrán [m] CU
blow with the flat part of a machete vainazo [m] HN rur.
with a middle part partido al medio [loc/adj] CL
Colloquial
lower part of the back that coincides with the end of the spine rabandola [f] DO
puncture some part of one's body with a sharp implement enterrarse [v] CU VE
young man who is part of a gang with a tendency towards aggressive behavior or delinquency jomboy (inglés homeboy) [m] SV teen
Idioms
part ways with ir cada uno por su lado [v]
part ways with ir cada cual por su lado [v]
part ways with someone separarse de alguien [v]
that coincides perfectly with another part (matter) más cuadrado que un dulce de coco [loc/adj] PR
Textile
cotton skirt dyed with natural colors, part of the ceremonial clothing worn by shuar men itipí [m] EC
Medicine
part of anatomy dealing with the glands adenología [f]
Sports
curved trajectory of a ball hit with the interior or exterior part of the foot chanfle [m] CR
Football
in soccer, to hit the ball with the interior or exterior part of the foot to make the ball follow a curved trajectory chanflear [v] CR AR UY BO