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Sens de "thin" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 183 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
thin flaco [adj]
thin delgado [adj]
thin macilento [adj]
thin ralo [adj]
General
thin aclarar [v]
thin rebajar [v]
thin caldoso [adj]
thin acabado [adj] PR SV CAM CL
thin seco [adj]
thin aguado [adj]
thin cenceño [adj]
thin charcón [adj] AR
thin enflaquecido [adj]
thin claro [adj]
thin sutil [adj]
thin pilongo [adj]
thin tenue [adj]
thin ligero [adj]
thin fino [adj]
thin caldosa [adj/f]
thin acabada [adj/f] PR SV CAM CL
thin seca [adj/f]
thin aguada [adj/f]
thin cenceña [adj/f]
thin charcona [adj/f] AR
thin enflaquecida [adj/f]
thin clara [adj/f]
thin pilonga [adj/f]
thin ligera [adj/f]
thin fina [adj/f]
thin flaca [adj/f]
thin rala [adj/f]
thin delgada [adj/f]
thin clarear [v]
thin enrarecido [adj]
thin aclarar [v]
thin ardalear (árabe) [v]
thin adamado [adj]
thin agalgado [adj]
thin arijo [adj]
thin berrejo [adj] NI
thin ralez [f] SV
thin desahijar [v]
thin desainar [v]
thin diluir [v]
thin entresacar [v]
thin raquítico [adj]
thin reseco [adj]
thin esquelético [adj]
thin esbelto [adj]
thin poco denso [adj]
thin acusado [adj] EC disused
thin enjuto [adj]
thin banano [adj] BO
thin agilado [adj] PR
thin ajilado [adj] PR
thin bejuquillo [adj] HN rur.
thin clavijudo [adj] GT
thin deslechado [adj] PR
thin entelerido [adj] MX GT NI VE
thin celeco [adj] SV
thin celeque [adj] SV
thin seleque [adj] HN SV NI
thin jalao [adj] DO PR
thin lisliquito [adj] SV
thin mancuenco [adj] DO disused
thin enjutío [adj] DO
thin lombriciento [adj] MX
thin macuenco [adj] PR rur.
thin miango [adj] MX
thin pajizo [adj] HN
thin pachaco [adj] NI
thin peche [adj] SV
thin raleado [adj] BO CL UY
thin rebijío [adj] CU
thin rangalido [adj] PA rur.
thin seleco [adj] SV
thin seleque [adj] HN SV NI
thin revejío [adj] DO PR
thin tulín [adj] HN SV
thin xuxac [adj] MX:Se disused rur.
thin siclío [adj] SV
thin silgado [adj] EC disused
thin slender (inglés) [adj] US PR
thin varejonudo [adj] GT
thin poco densa [adj/f]
thin enjuta [adj/f]
thin ajilada [adj/f] PR
thin agilada [adj/f] PR
thin bejuquilla [adj/f] HN rur.
thin atenuar [v]
thin enrarecer [v]
thin ralear [v]
thin ahilado [adj]
thin amojamado [adj]
thin afilado [adj]
thin afiligranado [adj]
thin desgalgado [adj] rare
thin delicado [adj]
thin cañilavado [adj]
thin descarnado [adj]
thin fifiriche [adj] EC HN MX
thin lamido [adj]
thin raro [adj]
thin sute [adj] CO VE
thin seroso [adj]
thin trefe [adj]
thin cañilavada [adj/f]
thin afilada [adj/f]
thin afiligranada [adj/f]
thin rara [adj/f]
thin ahilada [adj/f]
thin lamida [adj/f]
thin amojamada [adj/f]
thin serosa [adj/f]
thin delicada [adj/f]
thin descarnada [adj/f]
thin desgalgada [adj/f] rare
thin entresacar (bosque/arboleda) [v]
thin poner ralo [v]
thin dejar claro [v]
thin clarificar [v]
thin adelgazarse [v]
thin menguar [v]
thin reducirse [v]
thin insubstancial [adj]
thin superficial [adj]
thin poco [adj]
thin poco numeroso [adj]
thin corto [adj]
thin diseminado [adj]
thin poca [adj/f]
thin corta [adj/f]
thin diseminada [adj/f]
thin sin fundamento [loc/adj]
thin falto de carnes
Idioms
thin de avispa [adj]
thin de pocas carnes
Colloquial
thin vomitado [adj]
thin lambrijo [adj] MX
thin macuenco [adj] CAR
thin bautizado (vino) [adj]
thin entelerido [adj] CO derog.
thin flaco [adj] DO PR CL
thin vomitada [adj/f]
Business
thin débil [adj]
Accounting
thin estéril [adj]
Engineering
thin consumido [adj]
thin fluido [adj]
thin pequeño [adj]
thin escaso [adj]
thin chupado [adj]
thin delgado [adj]
thin ligero [adj]
thin diluido [adj]
Geology
thin lancha [f]
thin adelgarse [v]
thin acuñarse [v]
thin angostarse [v]
thin estrecharse [v]
thin cerrarse [v]
thin estrellarse [v] PE
thin leve [adj]
thin delgado [adj]
thin ralo [adj]
Technical
thin desleír [v]
thin reducir [v]
thin disminuir [v]
Aeronautics
thin magro [adj]
Marine
thin diáfano [adj]
Maritime Transport
thin enflaquecer [v]
Agriculture
thin aclarear [v]
Petrol
thin transparente [adj]
thin diluido [adj]
thin delgado [adj]
Hairdressing
thin descargar [v]
thin ralo (pelo)
thin desfilar el pelo
thin ralear (pelo)
Production
thin diluir [v]
thin disminuir [v]
thin adelgazar [v]
thin tenue [adj]

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

Anglais Espagnol
Common
thin string seda [f]
long and thin stick vara [f]
make thin adelgazar [v]
thin man flaco [m]
General
grow thin adelgazarse [v]
get thin secarse [v]
make thin enflaquecer [v]
thin out entresacar [v]
thin out arralar [v]
become thin ralear [v]
get thin deshilar [v]
long and thin sarmentoso [adj]
very thin lamido [adj]
thin wire hilo [m]
thin stream hilo [m]
thin line hilo [m]
thin wall cancel [m]
thin wall tabique [m]
long and thin sarmentosa [adj/f]
very thin lamida [adj/f]
thin cardboard cartulina [f]
get thin enflaquecer [v]
thin bread andada [f] rare
thin horse arpa [f] MX
thin stiff linen bófeta [f] disused
make thin adelgazar [v]
get thin adelgazarse [v]
become thin afeblecerse [v]
become thin afilarse [v]
thin out aflacar [v] disused
become thin aflaquecerse [v] disused
make thin aguadar [v] GT
get very thin acecinarse [v]
get very thin amojamarse [v]
thin out amolar [v]
thin out arralar [v]
thin down asotilar [v] disused
with fine and thin horns astifino [adj]
weak, thin, and lazy person alicrejo [m] SV CR PA
thin fabric hung between the curtain and bocadillo [m]
thin stiff linen bofetán (árabe) [m]
very thin de alambre [loc/adj]
pull out of thin air fabricar en el aire [loc/v]
pull out of thin air fundar en el aire [loc/v]
bowl of very thin metal or glass tembladera [f]
thin and long cigar calilla [f] CO
thin branch vara [f]
thin slice lasca [f]
thin rope piola [f]
a thin and long stick vara [f]
a thin and long pole vara [f]
a thin and long stick verga [f]
a thin and long rod vara [f]
a thin and long pole verga [f]
a thin and long rod verga [f]
weak, thin, undernourished person/animal alicreja [f] GT SV disused
weak, thin, undernourished person/animal alicreja [f] CR
long thin pole/rod vara  [f] CO VE
woven mat made from thin canes (used by fishermen to trap fish at river falls) ashiquita [f] PE:E
thin person banana [f] BO
tall and thin person ballestilla [f] CU
thin coffee agua de churre [f] CU
very thin leg cagüinga [f] CO
a chain made up of thin, small scalloped coats, set with gold ribbons, and from where a light cross hangs cadena guachapalí [f] PA
type of cigarette, long and thin calilla [f] CO:N,Sw VE
a perennial herbaceous plant, with large thin leaves, pink flowers and reddish stem without hairs diapana [f] PR
person with a big mouth and thin lips boca de chivo [f] DO
thin-skinned person amargona [f] PE
thin and poisonous starch extracted from wild manioc anaiboa [f] CU DO PR rur.
thin and square biscuit bizcotela [f] EC derog.
thin and square biscuit bizcotela [f] SV NI CR
baked thin cake bizcotela [f] SV NI CR
baked thin cake bizcotela [f] EC derog.
very thin person clavilla [f] PR
thin person cuica [f] EC
person with a thin body and rigid demeanor culebra parada [f] HN
long, thin strip of leather used to waterproof footwear cuerola [f] HN
long, thin stick made of bamboo or some other plant, used in building walls or roofs chacla [f] CO:S,W PE
thin ribbon, usually satin, that is used to trim fabric cinta bebé [f] PY AR UY
round or oblong clay pot with a short thin neck, generally used for carrying water chirigua [f] VE:W
thin female person esquirina [f] NI
thin slice of meat or cheese feta (italiano) [f] CL rare
thin slice of meat or cheese feta (italiano) [f] PY AR UY
thin fillet of breaded meat escalopa [f] EC CL
thin and sickly person filtrafa [f] DO EC:W derog.
canvas or thin fabric, ready to be embroidered with silk or colored wool esterilla [f] CL
thin strip of filet (meat or fish) fajita [f] MX HN SV NI
thin strip of filet (meat or fish) fajita [f] EC rare
thin and long leg cañafístola [f] HN NI
thin and long leg cañafístula [f] HN SV NI
thin and long leg cañahueca [f] BO
thin and long leg cañifla [f] HN
thin and long leg cañahueca [f] BO
thin and long leg cañafístola [f] HN NI
thin and long leg cañifla [f] HN
thin slice of flank steak seasoned with annatto and other condiments and then grilled caucara [f] EC
thin transparent fabric, ready to embroider with dyed silk or wool canevá (francés) [f] MX
thin transparent fabric, ready to embroider with dyed silk or wool caneva (francés) [f] CU disused
coconut milk candy in the form of a thin bar canquiña [f] DO
thin slice of raw meat cecina [f] EC
person with long and thin legs garza [f] CU
small and thin brick galleta [f] SV
thin strip of leather guasquilla [f] AR UY rur.
braid of any thin fiber that indigenous people use to tie and pull all kinds of things jimba [f] EC:C
small and thin person ñapita [f] VE
covering in a thin layer of cement murriada [f] CO:C
thin rope made of maguey fiber pita [f] GT HN PA CU PR PE BO CL
thin string to tie small packages pitilla [f] CL AR:W
very thin person quiya [f] PR
thin woman quebrantagüeso [f] NI
thin layer of fat that covers the pig's belly sabanilla [f] PR rur.
very thin person sardina [f] CU
extremely thin person sardina [f] CU
thin person tirifila [f] PE
thin flank tapabarriga [f] CL
thin silk tafeta [f] MX PR EC BO PY AR UY
cut of beef between the tenderloin and thin flank trasera de lomo [f] NI
bitter thin beef intestine tripa amarga [f] AR
thin out enflaquecer [v]
make thin or slender adelgazar [v]
become thin adelgazarse [v]
get thin enflacar [v]
become thin adelgazarse [v]
thin out dispersar [v]
wear thin agotarse [v]
distribute in a thin layer esparcir [v]
thin down aclarar [v]
thin out acuñarse [v]
get thin alfeñicarse [v]
become thin amolarse [v]
become very thin demacrar [v]
have a thin waist by loss of abdominal fat acinturarse [v] MX CR CL
apply a thin layer of plaster to a wall in order to smooth it aplanar [v] MX
become thin and weak adelgazarse y debilitarse [v]
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
become very thin ajilarse [v] NI CU PR
cut a thin layer of something (especially wood/cheese) despalmar [v] PR
fall off (thin surface of something) descaracharse [v] CO:Sw
remove the thin surface of something descarachar [v] CO:Sw
pack tobacco in bundles using the thin bark of the royal palm enterciar [v] CU PR
get thin espicharse [v] MX
get thin entecarse [v] VE
cut a thin slice of espalmar [v] PR
cut thin slices of meat cecinar [v] EC
become thin and weakened due to illness enjillarse [v] DO
get thin mirlarse [v] PR
cover in a thin layer of cement murriar [v] CO:C
disappear into thin air refundirse [v] PE
become very thin vaciarse [v] DO
get really thin tostarse [v] HN
thin-horned astifino [adj]
containing many thin layers contrachapado [adj]
that can be be hammered into thin sheets maleable [adj]
as thin as delgado como [adj]
as thin as a wafer muy delgado [adj]
as thin as tan fino como [adj]
as thin as fino como [adj]
covered by a thin layer of plaster (wall) aplanado [adj] MX
very thin araña [adj] EC derog.
thin, elongated and stiff as a rope amecatado [adj] NI HN derog.
short and thin bijirita [adj] CU
very thin cacastudo [adj] NI
very thin cacastoso [adj] SV NI
very thin cacastudo [adj] NI
thin and weakened descomido [adj] CU
thin and sickly (cattle) culicacho [adj] HN rur.
thin (person or animal) charcón [adj] AR:Nw
bad, ugly, and very thin (woman) cigua [adj] DO
thin and short (person) chirrisco [adj] CR
thin and short (person) chirrisco [adj] HN:W rur.
tall and thin (boy) chililludo [adj] SV
thin (person) chirivisco [adj] SV
very thin, skinny, or pale entecado [adj] VE disused
very thin, skinny, or pale entecado [adj] DO
thin (part of the body) entelerido [adj] HN
very thin esqueletudo [adj] GT
thin (person) fosforito [adj] NI
very thin and sickly entrénsico [adj] DO
thin (person) entresijado [adj] DO
tall and thin (person) fifiriches [adj] CR
thin (person) filiche [adj] HN
thin (person) filingo [adj] HN
very thin filudo [adj] BO CL
thin (person) findingo [adj] HN
thin and weak (person or animal) firifire [adj] VE
thin and weak firifiri [adj] PA derog.
thin and weak firifiri [adj] VE
thin (person) firuliche [adj] HN CR
thin (person) firulín [adj] HN NI
thin (person) firulingo [adj] HN
thin (person) fisfilín [adj] HN
somewhat thin flacuchento [adj] HN CR PA CU CO VE EC PE BO CL AR UY
somewhat thin (person) flacón [adj] MX GT CU PR AR
somewhat thin flacuncho [adj] EC AR:Nw derog.
very thin flaquindé [adj] DO
extremely thin and malnourished , estrasijado [adj] PR
thin (person) estril [adj] NI
very thin (person or animal) flicha [adj] PR
very thin (person or animal) fliche [adj] PR
very thin (person or animal) flinche [adj] PR
very thin eteco [adj] PE:E
thin (person) espiritual [adj] NI
thin (cattle) cartuso [adj] PA rur.
made with thin bamboo canes arranged contiguously and tied together (rustic construction) cañizo [adj] VE EC
having long and thin legs canillón [adj] GT HN SV NI DO VE
having long and thin legs canilludo [adj] MX GT HN NI PA CU DO VE BO AR UY
having long and thin legs canilludo [adj] PE rare
very thin intrínsico [adj] DO
thin as a rail intrínsico [adj] DO
as thin as tan delgado como [adj]
as thin as tan escaso como [adj]
as thin as tan fino como [adj]
as thin as tan tenue como [adj]
as thin as a wafer tan delgado como una oblea [adj]
thin and tall langarucho [adj] MX NI
having a long thin body lambuzo [adj] CR rur.
very thin enclenco [adj] DO PR
thin and flat-bellied enlapado [adj] PR
very thin encartonado [adj] PR
having thin and tall stems or trunks palancón [adj] HN
rail thin pechistillo [adj] SV
extremely thin pechistillo [adj] SV
very thin petiseco [adj] DO
small and thin tullido [adj] HN rur.
very thin trancajilo [adj] DO
excessively thin trasijado [adj] GT
very thin teclilla [adj] DO
small, thin, insignificant (woman) cigüirillin [adj] DO
thin twine or hemp string bramante [m]
sugar paste in thin bars alfeñique [m]
thin waffle churro [m]
a very thin river riachuelo [m]
thin steak fillet escalopín [m]
very thin person palillo [m]
thin line sedal [m]
crevice (thin long opening) resquicio [m]
very thin synthetic fiber fabric used in the manufacture of clothing acrocel [m] AR UY
very small and thin hairy spine of some plants like sugar cane or corn afate [m] GT HN SV
weak, thin, undernourished person/animal alicrejo [m] CR
weak, thin, undernourished person/animal alicrejo [m] GT SV disused
croquette made of corn starch, salt, and cheese formed into a thin piece that is folded at the ends and fried almojábano [m] PA
long thin rod or stick fuste [m]
thin layer of plaster covering a wall to smooth out its surface aplanado [m] MX AR
thin horse arpa [m] MX PR rur.
thin person banano [m] BO
a small and thin downy thorn on certain plants such as sugarcane or corn aguate [m] MX HN SV NI
thin linen jacket bocadillo [m] CO disused
thin thread used to make nets boliche [m] VE:E
thin yellowish cotton fabric blanquín [m] PR
very thin net camaronero [m] GT HN SV NI
a thin and weak rooster bacalao [m] PR
the thin fiber of the sugar cane bagacillo [m] CU DO
a thin fabric made from maguey, palm, nehequén or cotton ayate [m] MX
thin-skinned person amargón [m] PE
thin thread used in nets boliche [m] VE:E
hard, tough, thin and elastic nerve ancu [m] BO:W,C
very thin animal cacaste [m] CR:Nw
very thin animal cacaste [m] GT HN SV NI
very thin person cacaste [m] CR:Nw
very thin person cacaste [m] GT HN SV NI
thin and pale person bagazo [m] SV rur.
small and thin hairy spine of plants ahuate [m] MX HN NI
small and thin hairy spine of plants ajuate [m] HN SV NI CR
small and thin hairy spine of plants guate [m] HN CR
small and thin hairy spine of plants aguate [m] MX HN SV NI
small and thin hairy spine of plants uguate [m] MX:S
small and thin hairy spine of plants afate [m] GT HN SV
small and thin hairy spine of plants huate [m] HN
a thin and long dagger ahogador [m] HN
very thin person clavillo [m] PR
thin person cuico [m] EC
thin cover of synthetic material, similar to a carpet, that sticks to the floor of a room and covers it completely cubrepiso [m] CL
thin cover of synthetic material, similar to a carpet, that sticks to the floor of a room and covers it completely cubrepisos [m] CL
tall and thin person cuje [m] CU disused
very thin and unattractive woman cuero [m] CU derog.
extremely thin person cuero flaco [m] PR
very fine, thin leather used to line the inside of footwear or on the spine of bound books chagrín (francés) [m] MX HN
pasture where old and thin horses graze chalatón [m] HN rur.
thin and flexible branch used to flog or whip chaparro [m] VE
type of small, thin, rugged, corn grain, usually eaten roasted chullpi [m] EC PE
type of small, thin, rugged, corn grain, usually eaten roasted chulpe [m] EC PE
type of small, thin, rugged, corn grain, usually eaten roasted chulpi [m] EC PE
type of small, thin, rugged, corn grain, usually eaten roasted chulpi [m] CL rare
thin whip chilío [m] HN SV
thin stick used as a whip chimón [m] SV
thin metallic pricker used to unclog the valve of a portable cooker chuceador [m] BO:W,C,S
rubber covered thin metallic cable used for connecting electronic instruments chicotillo [m] BO
long, thin, leafless stem chirrión [m] CR
thin male person esquirín [m] NI
final thin layer of cement applied to a wall or floor fino [m] NI CU
thin and weak animal firifiro [m] VE
thin string made of agave fiber cáñamo [m] CR PA DO PR CL
thin layer of meat between the skin and sternum of cattle carapecho [m] BO
very small and thin hairy spine of some plants like sugar cane or corn ajuate [m] HN SV NI CR
thin person gaspar [m] NI
very thin and inclined person garabato [m] PR
set of straight and thin leaves that rise from the crown of a palm tree cogollo [m] PR
set of straight and thin leaves that rise from the crown of a palm tree renuevo [m] PR
thin rooster cogegolpes [m] PR
thin transparent layer inside of lobsters and squid cristal (de cristal®) [m] CU
thin elongated vein containing gold hilo de oro [m] HN
thin person kilómetro [m] BO:W
very thin and tall person langarote [m] EC derog.
thin leather patch embarrilado [m] PE
corn with a thin cob maíz del país [m] HN
physical appearance of a person who has very thin legs and large buttocks mal del tordo [m] BO CL
very thin person palitroque [m] PA CU
thin cow pellejo [m] HN rur.
thin potato peel pelo [m] CL
thin string piolín [m] PA PE BO PY AR UY
candy made of a small thin sheet of corn with sugar pipiol [m] MX
thin bull pellejo [m] HN rur.
very thin person penco [m] CU
pollera skirt of thin fabric, with pleats, wide, and short pollerín [m] BO
person who is thin as a rail querque [m] HN
beehive that produces a thin layer of honey quitatén [m] NI rur.
small and thin thing seresere [m] VE
thin pig with bones coming out serrucho [m] PR rur.
extremely thin person sardino [m] CU
fabric with thin leather strips tucumán [m] EC
thin person tirifilo [m] PE
very thin person tirigüillo [m] DO
elderly person with a thin wrinkled face tacaco [m] CR derog.
long thin leg tafiste [m] NI
medallion on a thin black cord worn with the pollera tapahueso [m] PA
thin and awkward horse táparo [m] CO:C,W derog.
thin branch shicay [m] GT
very thin person arenque [m/f] DO PR
tall and thin person birulí [m/f] PA
people with long, thin legs clisclís [m/f] GT
thin person cigarrillo [m/f] BO
very thin person flacundengue [m/f] CU
very thin person sardina [m/f] CU
very thin person palitroque [m/f] PA CU
thin person filistrico [m/f] SV
thin person filistriqui [m/f] SV BO:E
very thin and weak person escuincle [m/f] VE EC
that is thin and weak animal firifiri [m/f] VE
very thin person fleco [m/f] CU DO PR
thin person who is not very attractive fleje [m/f] CU DO PR derog.
thin person galía [m/f] SV
thin person comenunca [m/f] BO
thin person lislique [m/f] SV
thin person palo [m/f] HN BO AR
thin and long legs calancas [f/pl] PE
person with long and very thin legs canillas de zanate [f/pl] HN NI
person with long and very thin legs canillas de alcaraván [f/pl] HN
thin legs canillas de peretete [f/pl] SV
very thin legs canillas de alcaraván [f/pl] SV
thin and long legs piernas de chichicuilote [f/pl] MX
thin and long legs piernas de chorro de atole [f/pl] MX
very thin legs piernas de clis clis [f/pl] GT
big mouthed with thin lips boca de sapo [loc/adj] EC
big-mouthed and thin-lipped boca de santo [loc/adj] PA
big-mouthed and thin-lipped boca de sapo [loc/adj] EC
big mouthed with thin lips boca de santo [loc/adj] PA
thin as a rail flaco como un bacalao [loc/adj] PR UY
very thin flaco como un bacalao [loc/adj] PR UY
very thin piel y huesos [loc/adj] EC BO UY
very thin person esqueleto rumbero [loc/nom] CU
person with a thin and long neck kunkas [loc/nom] BO:W
person with a thin neck kunka caspi [loc/nom] BO:W
a thin slice of melted cheese una loncha fina de queso fundido
a thin time un mal momento
a thin time un mal rato
thin coat capa fina
thin layer capa fina
thin layer estrato fino
thin sheet of alabaster alabastrina [f]
thin hard-baked cake andada [f]
thin film covering an egg, onion algara [f]
thin metal plate chapa [f]
thin board chilla [f]
thin skin about the flanks of cattle babilla [f]
thin silk stuff resembling damask damasina [f]
man with thin beard barbilla [f]
thin partition-wall citarilla [f]
thin part of badly woven cloth clara [f]
thin skin of almonds or other fruit camisa [f]
long thin cushion for sofa colchoneta [f]
thin bark cortezuda [f]
any thin membrane (onion) binza [f]
thin stiff cotton material bófeta [f]
thin bark crústula [f]
thin metal covering cascarilla [f]
a small, thin lizard cuija [f] HN MX
very thin watery mass gacha [f]
thin gut hila [f]
thin plate of metal hoja [f]
thin asparagus marica [f]
thin cord made of sisal laja [f] CO
thin plate of metal launa [f]
thin skin membrana [f]
thin omelet of maize memela [f] MX GT HN NI
thin woollen stuff lilaila [f]
thin flat stone loncha [f]
thin rough stone of low quality rajuela [f]
a very thin cotton tissue popelina [f]
thin cloth/silk tiritaña [f]
thin stuff toca [f]
thin line vírgula [f]
very thin line virgulilla [f]
thin serge sargueta [f]
a thin rectangular biscuit telera [f] CU
thin twig vardasca [f]
thin veil velete [f]
thin metal covering cascarita [f]
grow thin ahilarse [v]
become slender/thin adelgazarse [v]
grow thin afilarse [v]
yield thin bunches of grapes ardalear [v]
become thin alfeñicarse [v] rare
become thin/sparse arralar [v]
thin or fine desengrosar [v]
grow thin desengrosar [v]
grow thin deshilarse [v]
carve in thin strips deshilar [v]
make thin/weak desleír [v]
make thin/lean enflaquecer [v]
become thin or sparse ralear [v]
make thin rarificar [v]
become thin rarificarse [v]
go through thick and thin patullar [v]
make thin sutilizar [v]
grow thin/lean varearse [v]
grow thin traspillarse [v]
become thin or sparse ralearse [v]
become thin enflaquecerse [v]
made slender/thin adelgazado [adj]
thin (letters) chupado [adj]
with a thin beard barbilampiño [adj]
too thin clarucho [adj]
rather thin delgaducho [adj]
thin-necked cuelliangosto [adj] rare
very thin esquelético [adj]
rather thin/lank flacucho [adj]
in thin layers lameliforme [adj]
thin and spare seco [adj]
of thin body (fabrics) sencillo [adj]
very thin (person/animal) alambre [m]
thin silk armosín [m]
light thin stuff made of silk or thread cendal [m]
roof of shingles/thin boards chillado [m]
ill-seasoned thin broth calducho [m]
making thin desleidura [m]
thin rolled wafer barquillo [m]
thin rope cordel [m]
thin rope/cord cordelito [m]
thin cord cordoncico [m]
thin reed bejuco [m]
thin kind of linen bocadillo [m]
thin-soled shoe escarpín [m]
very thin person esqueleto [m]
thin smoke/vapor humillo [m]
striped thin gauze jusi [m] PH
thin woolen cloth mediopaño [m]
size or filler made of thin glue and plaster plaste [m]
thin silk tafetán [m]
thin silk twist torzadillo [m]
thin stuff sayalete [m]
thin board teguillo [m]
any thin and light stuff soplillo [m]
thin shawl/veil teristro [m]
thin cord cordoncito [m]
thin nerves in sheep's neck collejas [f/pl]
kind of thin porridge zahínas [f/pl] rur. rare
made slender/thin adelgazada [adj/f]
too thin clarucha [adj/f]
very thin esquelética [adj/f]
thin and spare seca [adj/f]
of thin body (fabrics) sencilla [adj/f]
rather thin/lank flacucha [adj/f]
thin (letters) chupada [adj/f]
rather thin delgaducha [adj/f]
thin blood sangre clara [f]
thin blood sangre aguada [f]
thin branch or cane vara [f]
go through thick and thin atropellar por todo [v]
be a friend through thick and thin ser un amigo leal [v]
make thin descarnar [v]
make thin hacer enflaquecer [v]
grow thin enflaquecerse [v]
thin out diluir [v]
thin air aire enrarecido [m]
Idioms
thin layer tela de cebolla [f] MX NI EC CL UY
tall thin person vara de cohete [f] NI
tall thin person vara de tumbar gatos [f] CU
thin fabric tela de cebolla [f] MX NI EC CL UY
be skating on thin ice pisar terreno peligroso [v]
vanish into thin air desvanecerse en el aire [v]
live on thin air mantenerse del aire [v]
be thin-skinned ofenderse del aire [v]
be as thin as a lath quedarse en el chasis [v]
be as thin as a lath ser un costal de huesos [v]
be as thin as a lath estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be as thin as a lath estar en los huesos [v]
be as thin as a rake quedarse en el chasis [v]
be as thin as a rake ser un costal de huesos [v]
be as thin as a rake estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]