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Sens de "punish" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 41 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
punish desgraciar [v]
punish penar [v]
punish castigar [v]
General
punish empaquetar [v]
punish encender [v]
punish escarmenar [v]
punish azotar [v]
punish cancerar [v] fig.
punish pegar [v]
punish surumbiar [v] AR
punish ajusticiar [v] disused
punish enderezar [v]
punish punir [v]
punish ejemplarizar [v] DO BO
punish encampanar [v] NI
punish encargar [v] BO
punish monear [v] HN SV
punish mecatear [v] CR disused
punish mecatear [v] GT HN NI
punish pijear [v] NI
punish pijiar [v] GT HN SV NI
punish sanjuanear [v] MX
punish turrar [v] PR
punish vergacear [v] SV NI
punish zacatear [v] MX
punish corregir [v]
punish mortificar [v]
Colloquial
punish dar una lección [v]
Idioms
punish dar cajeta [v] NI
punish majar a palos [v] HN rur.
punish sonarle [v] MX HN SV CU DO BO
Slang
punish vaciar [v]
punish quebrarle el culo [v] NI
Business
punish sancionar [v]
Law
punish sancionar [v]
punish eastigar [v]
punish penalizar [v]
punish castigar [v]
punish sancionar [v]
Technical
punish maltratar [v]
Baseball
punish castigar [v]

Sens de "punish" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 76 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
punish for castigar [v]
punish (sports) abrochar [v] MX
expressing intent to injure or punish another amenaza [f]
punish severly escarmentar [v]
punish severely castigar [v]
punish a person by stretching him (using four stakes nailed to the ground) estaquear [v]
hit by blows (punish) pescocear [v] CR MX
punish with a stick achilillar [v] SV
punish someone arrizar [v] NI rare
punish someone (especially a child) acachir [v] AR
punish a person or an animal with a thin rod achilillar [v] SV
punish a person or an animal with a thin rod chilillar [v] SV CR
punish someone, especially with lashes or blows cuerear [v] CR disused rur.
punish someone, especially with lashes or blows cuerear [v] PE rare
punish someone, especially with lashes or blows cuerear [v] MX GT HN SV NI PA VE BO
punish someone with a whip or other similar object cinchonear [v] CR disused
punish someone with a whip or other similar object cinchonear [v] HN
punish by whipping (person/animal) chilillar [v] SV CR
punish by whipping (person/animal) achilillar [v] SV
punish someone severely estostuzar [v] PR
punish a naughty child espescuezar [v] PR
punish someone casquear [v] VE:W CL
punish, especially by pulling someone's hair caranchear [v] AR:Nw
punish by lashing with a whip or other similar object fuetear [v] CR disused
punish by lashing with a whip or other similar object fuetear [v] NI rare rur.
punish by lashing with a whip or other similar object fuetear [v] MX GT PA CU DO PR CO VE EC PE BO
punish or treat harshly and rigorously fuetear [v] CU
punish by whipping latigar [v] AR EC rare
punish by whipping latiguear [v] HN EC PE BO AR:Nw
punish by flogging latigar [v] AR EC rare
punish by flogging latiguear [v] HN EC PE BO AR:Nw
punish with strenuous exercise jaripear [v] BO
punish a naughty child despescuezar [v] PR
punish severely destostuzar [v] PR
punish a naughty child espescuezar [v] PR
punish severely estostuzar [v] PR
punish someone with blows penquear [v] GT HN SV NI
taking advantage of a fight to punish one of the participants or get even guaiquero [adj] BO rur.
punish a rooster that refuses to fight in a cock fight by cutting its feathers aplicar la tijera [loc/v] PR
Colloquial
punish somebody caer [v] EC:N PE
punish someone, especially with lashes or blows cuerear [v] EC
punish, especially by pulling someone's hair caranchar [v] AR:Nw
punish someone by hitting him with a belt calentar el guarapo [loc/v] VE:W
rebuke or to punish someone caer tierra [loc/v] GT
punish somebody caerle martín callado [loc/v] HN SV
Phrasals
punish someone for doing something castigar a alguien por haber hecho algo [v]
punish someone for something castigar a alguien por algo [v]
Idioms
punish someone darle a alguien para el pelo [v]
punish someone hacer sonar a alguien [v]
officially punish someone or call them to account for their behaviour pedir cuentas a alguien [v]
officially punish someone or call them to account for their behaviour exigir cuentas a alguien [v]
punish someone for a crime llevar a alguien a la barra [v]
punish or suppress severely echarle los perros a alguien [v]
criticize or punish someone very severely echarle los perros a alguien [v]
punish as a warning or deterrent to others castigar ejemplarmente a alguien [v]
punish one's liver castigar el hígado [v]
punish someone so as to be a warning to others castigar ejemplarmente a alguien [v]
punish a traitor/snitch dar queso al ratón [v] PR jail
punish someone darle su son chabela [v] NI
punish someone dar borona [v] NI
punish (particularly a child) dar caca [v] PA
punish someone dar cajeta [v] NI
severely punish someone darla [v] CL
severely punish someone darlas [v] CL
hit, spank, or punish someone entrarle [v] DO PR
punish someone that has done something reprehensible by not paying any attention hacer la neumática [v] CL
punish someone meterle el sombrero [v] GT
punish for having made a mistake partir las patas [v] CU
Slang
punish verbally cagar a pedos [v] AR
Law
punish for castigar por [v]
punish to the full extent of the law castigar con todo el rigor de la ley [v]
International Law
inter-american convention to prevent and punish torture convención interamericana para prevenir y sancionar la tortura
protocol to prevent, suppress and punish trafficking in persons, especially women and children protocolo para prevenir, reprimir y sancionar la trata de personas, especialmente mujeres y niñas
convention to prevent and punish the acts of terrorism taking the form of crimes against persons and related extortion that are of international significance convención para prevenir y sancionar los actos de terrorismo configurados en delitos contra las personas y la extorsión conexa cuando éstos tengan trascendencia internacional
Military
punish one in ten diezmar [v]
punish a subordinate by making them do culucas culuquear [v] HN