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Sens de "wealthy" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 80 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
wealthy acomodado [adj]
wealthy rico [adj]
General
wealthy adinerado [adj]
wealthy sobrado [adj]
wealthy alhajado [adj] AR UY
wealthy pudiente [adj]
wealthy valioso [adj]
wealthy rica [adj/f]
wealthy adinerada [adj/f]
wealthy sobrada [adj/f]
wealthy alhajada [adj/f] AR UY
wealthy valiosa [adj/f]
wealthy acaudalado [adj]
wealthy adinerado [adj]
wealthy boludo [adj] SV
wealthy caudaloso [adj]
wealthy boludo [adj] SV
wealthy catrín [adj] MX CAM
wealthy próspero [adj]
wealthy boludo [adj] SV
wealthy caleto [adj] CO
wealthy blanquito [adj] DO PR
wealthy billeteado [adj] EC
wealthy billetudo [adj] HN NI EC PE CL
wealthy fisto [adj] CU
wealthy fondeado [adj] NI CR PA VE EC
wealthy cargador [adj] SV NI
wealthy grueso [adj] HN NI
wealthy gordo [adj] DO
wealthy grandote [adj] NI
wealthy maduro [adj] SV
wealthy palogrueso [adj] CL
wealthy pesudo [adj] MX
wealthy ranqueado [adj] CU
wealthy popó (inglés pop off) [adj] SV
wealthy ventudo [adj] AR
wealthy boluda [adj/f] SV
wealthy caleta [adj/f] CO
wealthy amillonado [adj]
wealthy acaudalado [adj]
wealthy caudaloso [adj]
wealthy lauto [adj]
wealthy opulento [adj]
wealthy poderoso [adj]
wealthy sobrante [m]
wealthy acaudalada [adj/f]
wealthy caudalosa [adj/f]
wealthy lauta [adj/f]
wealthy amillonada [adj/f]
wealthy opulenta [adj/f]
wealthy poderosa [adj/f]
Idioms
wealthy echado para atrás [adj] UY
wealthy picho de plata [adj] CO
wealthy de real [adj] VE
wealthy de ringorrango [adj] CU DO
wealthy de tener [adj] BO:W
wealthy tapado en plata [adj] CO UY
wealthy cargado al oro [adj] CL
Colloquial
wealthy forrado [adj]
wealthy forrado [adj] AR
wealthy bacanazo [adj] BO
wealthy bacancito [adj] CL
wealthy bichán [adj] DO
wealthy boludo [adj] SV
wealthy high (inglés) [adj] BO CL AR
wealthy emplumado [adj] NI teen
wealthy encaletado [adj] CO:W
wealthy platudo [adj] GT HN SV NI CR PA CU CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
wealthy puchuncho [adj] PA
wealthy pulento [adj] BO CL delinq.
wealthy popof (inglés pop off) [adj] MX GT HN NI CR PA CU DO PR VE
wealthy reluquiado [adj] CO delinq.
wealthy varudo [adj] MX GT
wealthy botado [adj] CU
wealthy barro a mano loc nom m disused
wealthy forrada [adj/f] AR
wealthy bacancita [adj/f] CL
Slang
wealthy billetazo limpio [adv] DO PR
Business
wealthy adinerado [adj]
wealthy rico [adj]

Sens de "wealthy" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 123 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
General
dance party organized by wealthy people asamblea [f] VE
wealthy person high (inglés) [f] CL rare
wealthy person high (inglés) [f] SV CR DO BO
rich and wealthy social class high life (inglés) [f] US HN CU PR BO
wealthy person lanuda [f] HN SV NI PE BO
very wealthy woman macetona [f] CU
wealthy person palogruesa [f] CL
wealthy person poderosa [f] GT
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful woman rastacuera [f] AR cult
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful woman rastacuera [f] VE BO
wealthy person vacuda [f] AR:Nw
wealthy person who is socially and politically acquainted, often overwhelming others tagarota [f] PE derog.
be married into (a wealthy family) casarse con alguien de buena familia [v]
be married into (a wealthy family) casarse con alguien que viene de familia adinerada [v]
become wealthy empajarse [v] PR
become wealthy empanjarse [v] PR
be wealthy tener [v] PR
be wealthy tener billete [v]
be wealthy estar en el billetaje [v]
(for a place) frequented by wealthy people bacán [adj] CU AR UY
very wealthy buchú [adj] DO
wealthy and with a good social position ficho [adj] PE
dressing, speaking and acting in an affected manner and characteristic of a wealthy social class fufu [adj] SV
wealthy (person) cocotudo [adj] PA DO derog.
wealthy (person) crema [adj] MX NI
wealthy (person) cuajado [adj] GT
wealthy and interested in increasing their fortune and privileges colmillú [adj] PR
wealthy and interested in increasing their fortune and privileges colmilludo [adj] PR
place inhabited by wealthy people or people of high social class high (inglés) [adj] SV CR BO CL
typical of the wealthy class jailaif (inglés high life) [adj] BO
typical of the wealthy class jailaif (inglés high life) [adj] PE rare
wealthy and presumptuous jaitón (inglés high tone) [adj] PR derog.
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful rastacuero [adj] BO
wealthy person billeteado [m] EC
wealthy person with influence gran cacao [m] EC disused
wealthy person with influence gran cacao [m] VE
dressing, speaking and acting in an affected manner and characteristic of a wealthy social class fufú [m] SV
wealthy person cocotúo [m] DO
wealthy person lanudo [m] HN SV NI PE BO
very wealthy man macetón [m] CU
wealthy person palogrueso [m] CL
wealthy person pepepato [m] CL rare
behavior of an uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacuerismo [m] AR cult
behavior of an uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacuerismo [m] MX UY VE EC
behavior of an uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacuerismo [m] PE disused
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful man rastacuero [m] AR cult
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful man rastacuero [m] VE BO
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacuero [m] MX GT NI PA CO VE AR BO
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacuero [m] PE CL rare
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacuero [m] UY disused
group of wealthy people riquerío [m] CL derog.
wealthy person vacudo [m] AR:Nw
wealthy person who is socially and politically acquainted, often overwhelming others tagarote [m] PE derog.
person who expresses tastes of the wealthy class fifí [m/f] SV
descendant of a wealthy family junior (inglés) [m/f] MX
wealthy person paila [m/f] HN
wealthy person beautiful people (inglés) [m/f] HN VE cult
uncultured, wealthy, and boastful person rastacueros [m/f] AR cult
wealthy person leña gruesa [n] DO
(for a place) frequented by wealthy people bacana [adj/f] CU AR UY
a wealthy person una persona pudiente
a wealthy person una persona rica
a wealthy/rich club un club pudiente
a wealthy/rich club un club rico
wealthy family familia acomodada
wealthy family familia adinerada
wealthy family familia pudiente
wealthy family familia rica
wealthy people la gente pudiente
wealthy people gente rica
wealthy people gente de dinero
wealthy persona (rich) abonada [f] GT
be wealthy tener [v]
wealthy persona (rich) abonado [m] GT
very wealthy man creso [m]
wealthy person principal [m] MX GT HN
Idioms
be born into a wealthy family of high social standing criarse en buena cuna [v]
be born into a wealthy family of high social standing criarse en buenos pañales [v]
be born into a wealthy family criarse en buena cuna [v]
be born into a wealthy family criarse en buenos pañales [v]
be born in a wealthy family criarse en buena cuna [v]
be born in a wealthy family criarse en buenos pañales [v]
become successful or wealthy crearse una situación [v]
be wealthy tener el riñón bien cubierto [v]
be wealthy tener su buen pasar [v]
be wealthy tener un buen pasar [v]
be wealthy bañarse en agua de rosas [v] GT
be wealthy tener billete [v] MX NI CU DO PR CO VE EC CL
be wealthy estar en el billetaje [v] CU
be wealthy comer gordo [v] SV
become wealthy meterse en plata [v] DO
marry a wealthy woman to access a more favorable economic position pegar un jaretazo [v] CR
born rich or in a wealthy family nacer en cuna de oro [adj]
wealthy person palo grueso [m] EC CL disused
Colloquial
the elegance of wealthy people bacanería [f] DO CO
wealthy person bacana [f] CU BO AR UY
elegant and wealthy person corbatuda [f] BO derog.
wealthy person who behaves with pride and arrogance cogotuda [f] PE BO AR UY derog.
very wealthy person maceta [f] CU
wealthy person pelucona [f] EC UY derog.
wealthy person ricota [f] CU
wealthy person bacana [f] CO AR UY
adopt the habits or likings of a snobby, wealthy person abacanarse [v] CL AR UY
make someone else adopt the habits or likings of a snobby, wealthy person abacanar [v] AR
be wealthy estar de a bojote [v] DO
pretending to adopt the habits or likings of a snobby, wealthy person abacanado [adj] CL
that fancies himself/herself as a wealthy person bacanejo [adj] UY
wealthy person bacán [m] CU BO AR UY
group of wealthy people bacanaje [m] AR UY
elegant and wealthy person corbatudo [m] BO derog.
wealthy person who behaves with pride and arrogance cogotudo [m] PE BO AR UY derog.
wealthy person pelucón [m] EC UY derog.
wealthy person ricote [m] CU
wealthy person bacán [m] CO AR UY
person who expresses tastes of the wealthy class fifí [m/f] BO derog.
pretending to adopt the habits or likings of a snobby, wealthy person abacanada [adj/f] CL
a wealthy man un hombre adinerado
Proverbs
early to bed, early to rise, makes the man healthy, wealthy and wise a quien madruga, dios lo ayuda
early to bed and early to rise (makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise) a quien madruga dios lo ayuda
wealthy and wise al que madruga, dios le ayuda
Law
person who is independently wealthy rentista [m/f]
Politics
government by the wealthy plutocracia [f]
Engineering
become wealthy enriquecerse [v]