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Sens de "thick" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 164 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
thick lelo [adj]
thick nebuloso [adj]
thick tupido [adj]
thick craso [adj]
thick denso [adj]
General
thick abultado [adj]
thick cerrado [adj]
thick alobado [adj]
thick alabada [adj]
thick ancho [adj]
thick espeso [adj]
thick apelmazado [adj]
thick poblado [adj]
thick consistente [adj]
thick copado [adj]
thick copudo [adj]
thick atontado [adj]
thick fuerte [adj]
thick recio [adj]
thick viscoso [adj]
thick grueso [adj]
thick abultada [adj/f]
thick cerrada [adj/f]
thick ancha [adj/f]
thick espesa [adj/f]
thick apelmazada [adj/f]
thick poblada [adj/f]
thick copada [adj/f]
thick copuda [adj/f]
thick crasa [adj/f]
thick atontada [adj/f]
thick tupida [adj/f]
thick densa [adj/f]
thick recia [adj/f]
thick viscosa [adj/f]
thick gruesa [adj/f]
thick marcado [adj]
thick abatanado [adj] AR BO CL EC MX PY PE
thick acipado [adj]
thick apelmazado [adj]
thick arcabucoso [adj]
thick bezudo [adj] rare
thick bezudo [adj] disused
thick cebolludo [adj] disused
thick claro [adj]
thick cervigón [m]
thick brumoso [adj]
thick basto [adj]
thick estropajoso [adj]
thick pastoso [adj]
thick blindado [adj] SV
thick brutón [adj] DO
thick amasado [adj] CU DO
thick maco [adj] BO:E
thick macizo [adj] PA
thick macuache [adj] MX rare
thick macuche [adj] MX rare
thick overweight (inglés) [adj] US PR
thick pachón [adj] MX
thick papujado [adj] EC
thick papujo [adj] PA PR EC PE rare
thick petaco [adj] AR
thick roco [adj] AR:Nw rur.
thick úrsulo [adj] SV
thick vicioso [adj] GT
thick tramado [adj] HN rur.
thick zollenco [adj] MX
thick corto [adj]
thick espeso [m]
thick paredón [m]
thick blindada [adj/f] SV
thick amazacotado [adj]
thick borroso [adj]
thick encerado [adj]
thick gordo [adj]
thick engatillado [adj]
thick grosero [adj]
thick profundo [adj]
thick papujado [adj] fig.
thick turbulento [adj]
thick encerada [adj/f]
thick engatillada [adj/f]
thick amazacotada [adj/f]
thick gorda [adj/f]
thick grosera [adj/f]
thick papujada [adj/f] fig.
thick turbulenta [adj/f]
thick borrosa [adj/f]
thick continuadamente [adv]
thick frecuentemente [adv]
thick espesamente [adv]
thick repetidamente [adv]
thick fuertemente [adv]
thick continuo [adj]
thick corpulento [adj]
thick macizo [adj]
thick frecuente [adj]
thick lleno [adj]
thick condensado [adj]
thick apretado [adj]
thick turbio [adj]
thick feculento [adj]
thick cargado [adj]
thick sombrío [adj]
thick cenagoso [adj]
thick torpe [adj]
thick obtuso [adj]
thick embotado [adj]
thick lo más denso [m]
thick nutrido [m]
thick corpulenta [adj/f]
thick maciza [adj/f]
thick continua [adj/f]
thick condensada [adj/f]
thick llena [adj/f]
thick apretada [adj/f]
thick turbia [adj/f]
thick cenagosa [adj/f]
thick sombría [adj/f]
thick cargada [adj/f]
thick feculenta [adj/f]
thick obtusa [adj/f]
thick embotada [adj/f]
thick profunda [adj/f]
Idioms
thick masa boba [adj] CU
Colloquial
thick boluda [f] BO CL AR PY UY PE EC
thick bestia [adj]
thick meco [adj] MX
thick gafo [adj] VE
thick duro de mollera [adj]
thick nonejo [adj] CAM
thick excesivamente familiar [adj]
thick íntimo [adj]
thick petacón [adj] DO BO PY AR
thick zapallón [adj] PE disused
thick boludo [m] BO CL AR PY UY PE EC
thick dobolu [m] AR UY
thick necio [m]
thick meca [adj/f] MX
thick gafa [adj/f] VE
thick íntima [adj/f]
Slang
thick cipote [adj]
thick bartolo [adj] VE BO
thick boludo [adj] AR BO CL EC PY PE UY
thick bartola [adj/f] VE BO
thick boluda [adj/f] AR BO CL EC PY PE UY
thick repleto
thick corta [adj/f]
Law
thick repetido [adj]
Engineering
thick apagado [adj]
thick tosco [adj]
thick espeso [adj]
thick grueso [adj]
thick denso [adj]
thick zoquete [m]
thick espesor [m]
thick ceporro [m]
Physics
thick burro [adj]
Geology
thick espeso [adj]
thick grueso [adj]
thick potente [adj]
Architecture
thick espeso [m]
Technical
thick continuado [adj]
Petrol
thick espeso [adj]

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

Anglais Espagnol
Common
(thick) floor mat estera [f]
General
thick-shelled cascarudo [adj]
thick-lipped jetón [adj]
thick-lipped jetudo [adj]
thick-lipped trompudo [adj] AMER
thick-lipped befo [adj]
thick-lipped bembudo [adj] CO MX DO VE
thick-lipped bembo [adj] MX SV
thick-lipped bezudo [adj]
thick-lipped morrudo [adj]
thick wall paredón [m]
thick-shelled cascaruda [adj/f]
thick-lipped jetona [adj/f]
thick-lipped jetuda [adj/f]
thick-lipped trompuda [adj/f] AMER
thick-lipped befa [adj/f]
thick-lipped bemba [adj/f] MX SV
thick-lipped bembuda [adj/f] CO MX DO VE
thick-lipped bezuda [adj/f]
thick-lipped morruda [adj/f]
thick slice of bacon albardilla [f] rare
thick tight wool on the back albardilla [f] rare
thick center part of a fishing net aljarfa (árabe) [f] disused
thick beard barba [f]
thick lippedness befedad [f]
woman with thick lips befa [f]
person with thick lips befa [f]
woman with a thick lower lip belfa [f]
thick lip bemba [f] MX GT SV HN NI PA AN VE EC PE UY CI
thick fog brumazón [f]
thick wheat flour cabezuela [f]
thick cloth between the saddle and horse carona [f]
thick hair cerda [f]
thick brick wall citara (árabe) [f]
become short and thick achaparrarse [v]
thick and short achaparrado [adj]
with thick haunches anquirredondo [adj]
thick-bearded barbiespeso [adj]
thick lipped befo [adj]
with a thick lower lip belfo [adj]
thick-lipped bembo [adj] MX SV
thick-lipped bembón [adj] MX HN SV NI CR PA AN VE EC PE
thick-lipped bembudo [adj] MX HN DO CO VE
thick-lipped bezudo [adj] rare
having thick and long hair cabelludo [adj]
with a thick shell or hull cascarudo [adj]
thick eyebrowed cejudo [adj]
thick eyebrowed cejunto [adj]
thick nape cervigudo [adj] disused
thick neck cervigudo [adj] disused
thick-necked cervigudo [adj] disused
thick and short chaparrudo [adj]
thick oil aceitazo [m]
thick oil aceitón [m]
thick blanket alhamar (árabe) [m] rare
thick center part of a fishing net aljarfe (árabe) [m] disused
short, thick wax-candle ambleo [m]
thick forest arcabuco [m]
thick forest arcabuzal [m] disused
thick bar barrote [m]
man with thick lips befo [m]
person with thick lips befo [m]
man with a thick lower lip belfo [m]
thick-lipped bembe [m] DO PR
thick lip bembo [m] DO PR EC
thick lip bezo [m]
thick person bojote [m] PR CO
thick nape cerviguillo [m]
thick neck cerviguillo [m]
thick man cipote [m]
thick beard barbas [f/pl]
thick stick tranca [f]
thick lips jeta [f]
thick ear or spike mazorca [f]
thick bar of wood tranca [f]
thick type of churro porra [f]
floor mat made of a hard and thick fibre estera [f]
thick tortilla arepa  [f] CO VE PR DO
thick lip bembuda [f] MX HN CU DO PR CO VE
thick and very soft wool fabric bayeta de Castilla [f] EC PE
very long skirt chain of thick fabric and with links that look like open duck tails cadena cola de pato [f] PA
thick sock calceta [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR CL
a flat rubber surface of about 5 cm thick that is used to repair heels tapita [f] HN
person who speaks with a strong accent and a thick voice bozalona [f] CU
thick, coarse fabric made from hemp or jute fiber to make sacks bramantina [f] HN
tall and very thick person bulyana [f] DO
a bomber jacket made of a thick and resistant material campera [f] HN
a woman or animal that is not very tall and typically thick currutaca [f] DO PA CO:C,N,E VE
tall boot made of thick leather that reaches the middle of the leg cutarra [f] HN
thick wool cloak chamarra [f] GT NI
clump of dirt covered in grass and thick grass roots chamba (portugués) [f] EC
clump of dirt covered in grass and thick grass roots, that is generally cut in a prism shape and used to grow grass champa [f] EC CL AR:N BO:W,C
thick fog that reduces visibility cerrazón [f] EC BO CL PY UY
thick fog that reduces visibility cerrazón [f] AR rur.
thick flank chocozuela [f] PA VE
straight, thick hair chuza [f] NI
thick manioc or yucca flour fariña [f] CO:E,S PE BO PY AR UY
dagger with a thick tip and blade fariñera [f] AR UY rur.
thick woolen cloth castilla [f] PE BO CL
round bread with a thick crust and abundant center galleta de campaña [f] AR UY
round bread with a thick crust and abundant center galleta de campo [f] AR UY
thick corn tortilla gorda [f] MX
thick and durable wire guaya [f] VE
thick and prominent lips guayaba [f] SV NI
garment worn by the rural inhabitants, made of thick cloth coleta [f] PA
dish prepared by dissolving corn flour in hot water or milk with sugar or salt and boiling until the mixture has a thick consistency colada [f] CO EC
thick and wavy hair crespera [f] VE
thick wool blanket made in the andes or in the quibor region cobija burrera [f] VE
thick wool blanket made in the andes or in the quibor region burrera [f] VE:W
hammock made of thick cloth guindola [f] PR
thick rope made of henequen jarcia [f] CU DO
thick and low mist kamanchaca [f] BO
thick wool fabric jerga [f] GT
application of a typically fatty or thick substance to a surface embarrada [f] CR
woman's thick leg maceta [f] CU AR UY
thick substance produced by boiling the syrup when making chicha fermented corn drink misquiqueta [f] BO:C rur.
rooster whose crest shows little growth, without being thick or spread, looking like a turkey pava [f] PR
thick leaf from a banana plant penca [f] HN:E,SV
thick hot dog polaca [f] AR
thick soup with cornstarch poliada [f] CO:Sw
long, full, pleated skirt of thick fabric worn by rural and poor women pollera [f] PE BO
skirt of thick fabric in bright colors with pleats and embroidery along the hem worn by cholas cuencanas women pollera [f] EC
thick wool shawl pullocata [f] PE rare
tall, strong, and thick person refrigeradora [f] HN
thick gold chain rienda [f] HN SV NI
small and thick corn cob tulunca [f] HN SV NI
thick whole wheat bread zoconuca [f] SV
thick wood that is put on which it is going to turn into coal to prevent the earth from entering it tapa [f] CR
be in the thick of estar en el centro [v]
be in the thick of estar en meollo de [v]
soil a surface with a greasy or thick substance atollar [v] CR
spread a greasy or thick substance on something atollar [v] CR
become thick engordarse [v]
be thick with estar repleto de [v]
be thick with estar cargada de (la atmósfera) [v]
extra thick extragrueso [adj]
thick-skinned estoico [adj]
with a thick beard barbiespeso [adj]
with thick lips belfo [adj]
having thick and bushy eyebrows cejudo [adj]
thick-skinned insensible [adj]
as thick as espeso como [adj]
as thick as tan espeso como [adj]
very thick (drink/soup) apoleado [adj] HN
having a thick consistency (drink/soup) atoloso [adj] NI
thick-lipped boca de chopa [adj] PR
thick-lipped bembú [adj] CU DO PR
thick-lipped bembudo [adj] MX HN CU DO PR CO VE
thick (fruit pulp) amasado [adj] CU
thick (fruit pulp) panudo [adj] CU
thick and corpulent breso [adj] CL
thick-lipped boquellanta [adj] PE
thick and strong (cloth) abarracanado [adj] AR:Nw
thick-lipped bultoso [adj] NI
tall and very thick bulyán [adj] DO
with a long, thick blade without a point and very heavy (machete) desmontero [adj] HN
with a thick skin (horse) cuerudo [adj] PR
having long, thick, and tangled hair (person) charraludo [adj] HN SV NI
not very tall and typically thick (female person or animal) currutaco [adj] MX HN derog.
not very tall and typically thick (male person or animal) currutaco [adj] AR:Nw
black skinned and thick, pronounced lips cuscungo [adj] EC:S
relating to the large and thick bean planted with corn chapaneco [adj] HN rur.
who has long, thick hair (person) chilludo [adj] AR
that has long, thick fur (animal) chilludo [adj] AR
thick-lipped (black person) chembo [adj] DO
long-and thick haired (person) churuco [adj] NI
long and thick maned (horse) chuschalo [adj] AR:Nw
having thick and prominent lips guayabón [adj] NI
having thick and prominent lips guayabudo [adj] NI
relating to a rooster with a thick and strong neck cocotudo [adj] PR
short and thick (arm or leg) conguito [adj] DO
thick and extensive crowned (tree) coposo [adj] NI CR CO:W EC BO
thick shelled or covering (object or food) conchudo [adj] VE
with thick vegetation (forest or crops) copado [adj] GT rur.
as thick as tan grueso como [adj]
having very thick and pronounced lips jarra [adj] EC rare derog.
thick-lipped jarra [adj] EC rare derog.
thick-lipped jetón [adj] SV CO EC derog.
thick-lipped jetón [adj] NI CO BO derog.
with thick and short legs macetudo [adj] BO
with thick fog nublinado [adj] AR:Nw
short and with thick fur morochuco [adj] PE
with a thick neck nucón [adj] MX rare
with a long and thick penis palomudo [adj] HN SV rur.
wide and thick patón [adj] CL PY AR UY
with thick slip patinado [adj] HN
short person with a thick body patachón [adj] HN:N
with thick and pronounced lips paipudo [adj] NI
with a long, thick penis parrungudo [adj] HN SV
with thick legs piernón [adj] PA
thick-lipped truchudo [adj] AR:C,Nw derog.
small and thick zapa [adj] HN
thick and short zapaneco [adj] HN
thick-lipped boca de chopa [adj] PR
thick-knee alcaraván [m]
the quality of being thick in dimension grosor [m]
any thick root nabo [m]
thick jelly dulce [m]
thick sausage for slicing salchichón [m]
thick gut of some animals used to make sausage morcón [m]
a thick drink atole [m] MX NI rare
substance that, after dissolving in a liquid, acquires a thick texture, similar to the texture of atol atolillo [m] GT HN NI
banana that produces a small cluster with large number of short fingers, thick and less curved than those of other varieties banano orito [m] EC
thick lip bembo [m] DO PR
thick lip bembú [m] CU DO PR
thick lip bembudo [m] MX HN CU DO PR CO VE
cookie in the form of a thick circle, with a slightly salty taste bísquet [m] MX
coarse and thick shoe calamorro [m] CL
a long and thick rope that hangs at certain intervals with hooks at its ends calandrio [m] CO:E,S
deep and thick unglazed pot cajete [m] MX SV
a flat rubber surface of about 5 cm thick that is used to repair heels hulite [m] HN
a flat rubber surface of about 5 cm thick that is used to repair heels anchor [m] HN
thick and resistant shoe bototo [m] CL
person who speaks with a strong accent and a thick voice bozalón [m] CU
thick, coarse fabric made from hemp or jute fiber to make sacks bramante [m] HN SV NI
piece of unworked wood, long and thick, ready to be sawed bolo [m] CU
thick undergrowth broque [m] DO rur.
thick, salty cookie bísquet [m] MX
thick bush burrusco [m] HN rur.
thick shrub burrusco [m] HN rur.
thick shrub burusco [m] HN
thick bush burrusco [m] MX:Se rur.
thick shrub burrusco [m] MX:Se rur.
thick bush burusco [m] HN
tall and very thick person bulyán [m] DO
large-sized needle for thick fabrics agujón [m] EC
long plank about 35 cm wide and 10.16 cm thick across which beams are lain to form the coffered ceiling of a house cuartón [m] HN NI
thick and cubic board cuartón [m] PR
thick skin cuero de elefante [m] CL
thick skin cuero duro [m] CL rare
type of thick shawl that is longer than it is wide, generally made of wool with tassels on the ends, that is worn over the shoulders and back as an overcoat charlón [m] CL
someone's long, thick, and tangled hair charral [m] HN SV NI
a man or animal that is not very tall and typically thick currutaco [m] DO PA CO:C,N,E VE
type of thick shawl that is longer than it is wide, generally of wool, with fringe on the ends, worn on the shoulders and back as an overcoat chalón [m] CL
thick drink prepared with soursop, parboiled husked wheat, quince, wheat flour, and spices champuz [m] EC PE
thick drink prepared with soursop, parboiled husked wheat, quince, wheat flour, and spices champú [m] PE
large and thick bean planted with corn chapaneco [m] HN rur.
thick, rectangular mantle or cloak that mapuche women use today chamal [m] CL AR
man with a thick beard chapi [m] BO
wall that is as thick as the length of a brick citarón [m] CU
thick drink prepared with soursop, parboiled husked wheat, quince, wheat flour, and spices champú [m] PE
thick vegetation of a forest cerrazón [m] MX HN NI CR
thick drink prepared with soursop, parboiled husked wheat, quince, wheat flour, and spices champús (del quechua) [m] PE
thick drink prepared with soursop, parboiled husked wheat, quince, wheat flour, and spices champuz [m] EC PE
thick drink prepared with soursop, parboiled husked wheat, quince, wheat flour, and spices champú [m] PE
wide, thick, colorful sash used by women to tighten their clothes and protect their belly chumbe [m] PE:E AR:N rur.
two meter long, thick, colorful wool sash to secure one's pants, cushma, or the anaco at the waist chumbi [m] EC
wide, thick, colorful sash used by women to tighten their clothes and protect their belly chumpi [m] PE BO:C:W AR:Nw
thick wool cloth chusi [m] PE
thick drink chorote [m] DO
thick cut bacon chicho [m] PR
piece of thick rope chicote [m] NI CR
piece of henequen or thick linen fabric fardo [m] VE
type of thick stew prepared mainly with ground corn, squash, meat, and vegetables frangollo (portugués) [m] AR:Nw
thick, low, and swampy terrain esteral [m] PY AR:Ne UY
thick foundation (makeup) estuco [m] CL
woman's thick belt fajón [m] EC rare
woman's thick belt fajón [m] NI CR PA
thick, cold, and refreshing drink made with rice, ground corn, or with fresh fruit pulp carato de guanábana [m] PR rur.
thick and strong red wine carló [m] AR
thick, fermented drink made from rice, water, and sugar guarruz [m] CO:C
fighter cock with thick and wide head gallo rosón [m] PR
very strong and thick voice gañote [m] VE
thick foliage copazón [m] SV rur.
long, thick slip worn by indigenous women corte (inglés) [m] GT
thick mesh lace fabric guipiur (francés) [m] AR EC rare
abundant thick smoke humaral [m] HN
part of the tree where the trunk and a moderately thick branch meet at an angle horcón [m] CO:N
cutaneous disease that manifests itself in rounded spots delimited by a reddish, thick, and prominent sore accompanied by itching and scaling jiote [m] MX GT HN SV NI
cutaneous disease that manifests itself in rounded spots delimited by a reddish, thick, and prominent sore accompanied by itching and scaling giote [m] MX
thick and sticky food or dessert due to lack of cooking masacote [m] AR
thick cloth manteado [m] HN
thick cloth jacket maquinof [m] MX
heavy and thick mobile phone marquesote [m] HN
thick joint mazo [m] HN drug
thick bush matocho [m] GT SV
thick and sticky substance mazacote [m] MX PA DO CO VE PE BO PY UY
thick vegetation montarascal [m] SV NI
thick haze neblinero [m] CR
thick marijuana cigarette mazo [m] HN drug
thick underbrush matocho [m] GT SV
large and thick mustache mostacholi [m] UY disused
thick fog neblinero [m] CR
thick and sticky portion pegoshte [m] GT rare
thick trunk for firewood partidero [m] HN rur.
thick and sticky portion pegoste [m] MX GT HN SV NI CU CO
person with thick bulging lips pizote [m] HN
thick and tousled hair pelerío [m] MX GT CR rare
thick mat petate [m] HN
thick wool weave for carpets pellón [m] GT
thick hair pelo de chancho [m] HN
thick straight black hair pelo indio [m] CU PR VE
lower part of a pollera skirt of thick fabric pollerón [m] PA
beef or chicken seasoned with several spices, in a thick stew with corn or bread pulique [m] GT
thick wool blanket pullo [m] PE BO AR:Nw rur.
sweet and thick corn marmalade punche [m] MX
thick cigar made from scraps from other puro cigars puro de picadura [m] HN NI
thick cigar made from scraps from other puro cigars puro de segunda [m] HN NI
thick cigar made from scraps from other puro cigars puro de tripa corta [m] HN NI
thick wool blanket puyo [m] AR:Nw rur.
thick residue pozol [m] HN SV
thick residue pozole [m] HN SV
thick weeds prado [m] GT CO
thick flank salón blanco [m] SV
thick stew prepared with chicken, yucca, yam, banana, cilantro, and oregano sancocho [m] CO
thick wool blanket sobrepelo [m] BO:S,E rur.
thick soup made with beans or grains sopón [m] CU
shoe with a thick sole to give greater height zapatacón [m] DO PR
thick leather shoe with a rubber sole zapato burro [m] HN NI
thick belt worn with a pollera skirt tiznu [m] BO:C,W,S
thick cut of beef or pork shoulder tajo [m] HN
large thick object tamagás [m] GT
thick bran bread trabanuca [m] SV
thick stick to secure a door from behind trancapuertas [m] BO:E
thick-lipped person trofeo [m] HN NI
thick vein of tobacco leaf palillo [m]
person who has thick lips boquellanta [m/f] PE
person with very thick lips cuatrobembe [m/f] PR
person with very thick lips cuatrobemba [m/f] PR
person with big, thick lips laca [m/f] BO:W
thick and tough hair tujchi [m/f] BO
thick and short person tapón de bañadera [n] PR
strong shoes of thick leather burros [m/pl] HN NI PA
thick legs ñongos [m/pl] HN
thick-lipped bembuda [adj/f] MX HN CU DO PR CO VE
thick eyebrows cejas pobladas
thick smoke humo espeso
thick beard barba cerrada
kind of thick corded silk anafalla [f]
thick vapour calina [f]
thick fog in the tarapacá desert camanchaca [f] BO CL PE
joist about 14 feet long, 6 inches wide and 4 inches thick colaña [f] rare
thick bass-weed rope briaga [f]
thick fog/mist at sea brumazón [f]
thick maize omelet gorda [f] MX
thick, heavy lips jeta [f]
thick grove fosca [f] rur. rare
each of the two extreme thick teeth of a comb guardilla [f]
thick end of a billiard cue maza [f]
a thick corn soup mazamorra [f] CO
thick/big leg pernaza [f]
thick edge of tools mocheta [f]
thick part of the hub of a wheel nalguilla [f]
kind of thick corded silk anafaya [f]
thick, round and small body chibola [f] CAM EC PE
in writing to make letters with thick loops cabecear [v]
go through thick and thin patullar [v]
thick-set aparrado [adj] fig.
covered with thick down algodonoso [adj]
thick-necked cervigudo [adj]
having a thick beard barbiespeso [adj]
thick-topped (trees) copudo [adj]
thick-necked cogotudo [adj]
thick-tailed coligrueso [adj]
having a thick rind/shell cascarudo [adj]
thick-necked cuelligrueso [adj]
thick-set doblado [adj]
thick-set doble [adj]
having a thick back (knives) cazudo [adj]
thick-set rehecho [adj]
thick-necked pescozudo [adj]
relating to sheep with thick, curled hair merino [adj]
applied to a kind of sheep with thick and heavy wool liguano [adj] CL
thick-tailed rabudo [adj]
with large/thick calves pantorrilludo [adj]
thick-set rebolludo [adj]
thick and short doble [adj]
short and thick wax-candle ambleo [m]
thick oil aceitazo [m]
thick oil aceitón [m]
thick rope cable [m]
thick, round and small body chibolo [m] CAM EC PE
thick mist/small rain cernidillo [m]
any thick drink chorote [m] DO
thick nape of the neck cerviguillo [m]
long, thick wax taper cirio [m]
thick branch carnal [m] rur. rare
short and thick iron bar barrote [m]
thick lip bezo [m]
thick bark cortezón [m]
thick rind cascarón [m]
fricassee with thick sauce pegote [m]
a short, thick stick marrillo [m]
short and thick goad lanzón [m]
short, thick person retaco [m]
thick veil rebujo [m]
thick patch of vegetation manchón [m]
short, broad and thick scythe rozón [m]
thick wall tabicón [m]
thick board tablón [m]
thick mud sanco [m] CL
thick pepper tornachile [m] MX
thick pole/staff varejón [m]
thick winter gloves muflas [f/pl]
thick-set doblada [adj/f]
thick-tailed rabuda [adj/f]
having a thick rind/shell cascaruda [adj/f]
thick-set rebolluda [adj/f]
having a thick back (knives) cazuda [adj/f]
thick-set rehecha [adj/f]
thick-necked cerviguda [adj/f]
covered with thick down algodonosa [adj/f]
thick-necked cogotuda [adj/f]
thick-tailed coligruesa [adj/f]
applied to a kind of sheep with thick and heavy wool liguana [adj/f] CL
thick-set aparrada [adj/f] fig.
thick-topped (trees) copuda [adj/f]
relating to sheep with thick, curled hair merina [adj/f]
thick-necked cuelligruesa [adj/f]
having a thick beard barbiespesa [adj/f]
with large/thick calves pantorrilluda [adj/f]
thick-necked pescozuda [adj/f]
thick-headed de pocos alcances [adv]
speak thick hablar con media lengua [v]
go through thick and thin atropellar por todo [v]
be a friend through thick and thin ser un amigo leal [v]
thick-headed mentecato [adj]
thick-headed lerdo [adj]
thick-headed torpe [adj]
thick-skulled estúpido [adj]
thick-skulled torpe [adj]
thick-skulled lerdo [adj]
thick-headed estúpido [adj]
thick-headed insensible [adj]
thick-headed obstinado [adj]
thick-skulled insensible [adj]
thick-skulled obstinado [adj]
thick-skinned torpe [adj]
thick-skinned paquidermo [adj]
thick-skinned de cara dura [adj]
thick-skulled de cabeza dura [adj]
thick-headed de cabeza dura [adj]
thick of hearing duro de oído [adj]
thick-headed duro de mollera [adj]
thick soup puré [m]
thick-headed lerda [adj/f]
thick-headed estúpida [adj/f]
thick-skulled lerda [adj/f]
thick-skulled estúpida [adj/f]
thick-headed obstinada [adj/f]
thick-skulled obstinada [adj/f]
thick-skinned paquiderma [adj/f]
thick-headed mentecata [adj/f]
thick fog camanchaca (aimara) [f] PE BO
thick woolen cloth castilla [f] BO CL
thick fog cerrazón [f] BO AR UY
thick and curly encontrado [adj] GT
having thick and long hair cabellado [adj] disused
very thick and unkempt hair monte [m]
two-cubic-meter wood kneading trough where thick honey is mixed and left to harden banco [m] HN
thick liquid obtained after letting the boiled wiñapu (sundried germinated corn) cool, in chicha production concho [m] BO:C,W
thick scrub brush burusca [m] HN
thick scrub brush burusco [m] HN
large and thick unglazed casserole cajete (náhuatl) [m] MX SV
thick shoe calamorro [m] CL
thick branch camal [m] ES local
thick chain camal [m] disused
thick bran canero [m] ES local rur.
Idioms
as thick as thieves como chanchos [adv] AR UY
put it on thick hinchar el perro [v]
put it on thick forzar la nota [v]
pour it on thick forzar la nota [v]
spread it on thick hinchar el perro [v]
lay it on thick hinchar el perro [v]
spread it on thick forzar la nota [v]
lay it on thick forzar la nota [v]
be as thick as thieves comer del mismo plato [v]
be as thick as thieves comer en un mismo plato [v]
be as thick as thieves comer en el mismo plato [v]
pour it on thick cargar las tintas [v]
lay it on thick cargar las tintas [v]
put it on thick cargar las tintas [v]
spread it on thick cargar las tintas [v]
be thick as a plank no tener dos dedos de frente [v]
have a thick head ser cabeza dura [v]
have a thick skin ser sordo a las críticas [v]
have a thick skin ser impermeable a las críticas [v]
be thick as thieves ser uña y carne [v]
be thick as thieves ser como uña y carne [v]
be in the thick of something estar muy ocupado con algo [v]
be as thick as thieves estar a partir un piñón [v]
be in the thick of it estar en la chuchoca [v]
be in the thick of something estar en la chuchoca [v]
be as thick as thieves estar a partir un piñón con [v]
be as thick as thieves llevarse a partir un piñón con [v]
be as thick as thieves llevarse a partir un piñón [v]
pour it on thick exagerar [v]
pour it on thick elogiar demasiado [v]
pour it on thick engrandecer [v]
spread it on thick exagerar [v]
be as thick as two short planks ser más bruto que un arado [v]
give someone a thick ear pegar una torta a alguien [v]
to lay it on thick recargar las tintas [v]
to put it on thick recargar las tintas [v]
pour it on thick recargar las tintas [v]
spread it on thick recargar las tintas [v]
be as thick as two short planks ser más corto que las mangas de un chaleco [v]
be thick as two short planks ser más tonto que abundio [v]
be thick as two short planks ser más tonto que hecho de encargo [v]
be thick as two short planks ser más tonto que Lepe [v]