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Sens de "violently" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 28 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
violently violentamente [adv]
General
violently impetuosamente [adv]
violently arrebatadamente [adv]
violently furiosamente [adv]
violently arrebatadamente [adv]
violently ab irato (latín) [adv]
violently forzosamente [adv]
violently con violencia [adv]
violently a chaleco [adv] MX GT
violently duro [adv]
violently estiradamente [adv]
violently forzadamente [adv]
violently forzosamente [adv]
violently con violencia [adv]
violently con fuerza [adv]
Idioms
violently con cuatro piedras en la mano [adv] NI PA CO VE
violently a la garnacha [adv] NI
violently a la pura garnacha [adv] GT
violently a la guapa [adv] DO
violently a lo bestia [adv]
violently a lo bruto [adv]
violently a la fuerza [adv]
violently a viva fuerza [adv]
violently por fuerza [adv]
Colloquial
violently a empellones [adv]
violently de por fuerza [adv]
Phrases
violently con fuerza [adv]
Slang
violently a punta de verga [adv] GT HN NI

Sens de "violently" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 125 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
violently express one's feelings desahogar [v]
General
liquid or blood ejected violently from the throat gargantada [f] disused
violently disrupt airar [v]
react violently to pain atorozonarse [v]
move violently batir [v]
beat violently batir [v]
move violently batuquear [v] CU DO VE
move arms violently desbrazarse [v]
violently remove desenclavar [v]
perish violently desmorecerse [v] rare
violently angry person energúmena [f]
take violently rebatar [v] disused
remove violently derrocar [v]
remove violently derribar [v]
remove violently destronar [v]
violently shake crispar [v]
violently shake convulsionar [v]
break violently estrellar [v]
break violently destrozar [v]
swerve violently dar un bandazo [v]
violently shake someone or something socollonear [v] CR
do something violently or untimely sorrajar [v] MX
take something away violently arranchar [v] EC PE
put somebody violently against something (generally against a wall) atesterar [v] HN rare
shake someone violently by the shoulders batuquiar [v] CU DO VE
shake someone violently by the shoulders batuquear [v] DO CO:N VE
exert oneself violently by shouting desgalillarse [v] HN SV NI CR PA DO PR
exert oneself violently by yelling desgañotarse [v] CO DO VE
fall down violently and land on one's buttocks deschincacarse [v] NI CR disused rur.
exert oneself violently by crying desgañotarse [v] CO DO VE
exert oneself violently by yelling desgalillarse [v] HN SV NI CR PA DO PR
crash a vehicle violently against something challparse (del quechua) [v] BO:W,C,S
move someone or something violently cernejear [v] SV
move its head up and down violently and repeatedly (horse) escarcear [v] VE AR UY
breaking violently into small pieces destasajar [v] PR
breaking violently into small pieces estasajar [v] PR
overtake someone suddenly or violently blocking their way cruzarse [v] DO
overtake someone suddenly or violently blocking their way cruzar [v] DO
violently assault someone to rob them cogotear [v] PE BO CL
violently crash (two objects or people that are in motion) coloncontrear [v] HN
shake or hit violently jamaquear [v] HN SV NI PA CU DO PR VE
insult violently and aggressively jartar [v] VE
split off violently kajllar [v] BO:S,C,E
break violently kajllar [v] BO:S,C,E
violently break a piece of wood or break branches off a log kajllar [v] BO:S,C,E
violently recriminate jartar [v] VE
violently break something into little pieces destasajar [v] PR
violently break something into little pieces estasajar [v] PR
shake violently samanguear [v] SV
shake violently samaquear [v] SV PE
throw violently zampar [v] EC BO CL disused
throw violently zampar [v] GT HN SV NI PA CU CO AR UY
push violently zampar [v] EC BO CL disused
push violently zampar [v] GT HN SV NI PA CU CO AR UY
shaken or beaten violently jamaqueado [adj] PA DO VE
violently angry person energúmeno [m]
robbery in which the robber violently takes something arrebato [m] CU AR
robbery in which the robber violently takes something arrebatón [m] NI VE
robbery in which the robber violently takes something and runs away with it arranchón [m] PE
liquid or blood ejected violently from the throat gargantada [f]
seize violently arremeter [v]
come down violently cellisquear [v]
put someone violently out of his place desenclavar [v] fig.
cast/throw violently disparar [v]
extend one's arms violently desbrazarse [v]
fall violently on one's back descostillarse [v]
thrust violently one into another encajar [v]
dash violently together pegarse [v]
discharge violently from the nose moquetear [v]
shut a door/window violently portear [v]
break violently partir [v]
kick violently patalear [v]
dash violently together chocarse [v]
move violently cernear [v] ES local
fall violently contramatarse [v] PA
hit oneself violently contramatarse [v] PA
Idioms
suddenly and violently de un ala [adv] CL
be violently angry at estar muy enojado con [v]
rob someone violently robar algo a alguien a mano airada [v]
behave very violently ser una fiera [v]
curse violently echar la escandalosa [v]
fall violently darse una matada [v] CU
threaten someone aggressively and violently salir con el guarizama desenvainado [v] HN
crash violently against another vehicle or an object and leave it unusable hacerse torta [v] SV
attack violently lanzarse al abordaje [v] US rare
threaten violently salir con el guarizama desenvainado [v] HN
react violently to a provocation saltársele la chispa [v] CO
gallop violently correr caña un caballo [v]
violently angry at muy enojado con
Colloquial
almost violently a sangre y fuego [adv]
knock the door violently echar las puertas abajo [v]
move violently zangolotear [v]
throw oneself violently at something or at another person aventarse [v] MX GT HN SV NI PA CO
hit something violently with the fists cajonear [v] AR:Nw
snatch something violently away from someone capujar [v] BO AR:Nw
throw something or someone violently against something else estrolar [v] AR
violently crash into something estrolarse [v] AR
hit someone violently contramatar [v] CO:C EC
hit someone violently contramatar [v] PA PE rare
violently confront someone cruzarse [v] PR CL
fall or hit oneself violently contramatarse [v] HN NI PA CO:C
fall or hit oneself violently contramatarse [v] PE rare
kill someone violently difuntear [v] MX GT HN AR rur.
throw violently reventar [v] CR
violently shake socollonear [v] CR
throw violently zampar [v] PR
push violently zampar [v] PR
violently attack achuchar [v]
hit violently dar con aire [v] disused
hit violently dar de buen aire [v] disused
violently destroy desguabilar [v] HN NI
violently dismantle desguabilar [v] HN NI
curse violently echar la escandalosa [v]
soccer player with little skill who plays violently chacrera [m] PE BO derog.
soccer player with little skill who plays violently chacrero [m] PE BO derog.
Slang
curse violently mentar la madre [v] MX
violently insult mentar la madre [v] MX
violently penetrate someone (man) defondar [v] DO
violently assault in order to rob someone colgar [v] CL
Law
intent to kill violently animus occidendi
Technical
boil violently hervir violentamente [v]
Machinery
shake violently sacudir violentamente [v]
Automotive
shake violently sacudir violentamente
Maritime
flow violently hacer aguaje las aguas [v]
Gastronomy
violently insane furioso [adj]