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Meanings of "caimán" in Spanish English Dictionary : 6 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
General
caiman caimán [m]
caiman yacaré [m]
caiman yacaré [m] CAM
Reptiles
caiman tulisio [m] CO:N
caiman tulisio [m] CO:N
Botany
caiman colorado [m] DO

Meanings of "caimán" in English Spanish Dictionary : 20 result(s)

İspanyolca İngilizce
Common
caimán [m] alligator
General
caimán [m] caiman
caimán [m] cayman
caimán [m] fig. cunning man
caimán [m] american crocodile
caimán [adj] EC:W idle
caimán [m] CU DO PR very smart and skillful person
caimán [m] river dragon
Colloquial
caimán [m] shark
Slang
caimán [m] BO naive or unintelligent person
Engineering
caimán [m] ore-chute
caimán [m] ore chute
caimán [m] stillson wrench
Geology
caimán [m] MX ore chute
Technical
caimán [m] tongs
Zoology
caimán [m] crocodile
Reptiles
caimán [m] BO broad-snouted caiman (caiman latirostris)
Petrol
caimán [f] VE finger board
caimán [m] tongs
caimán [m] chain wrench

Meanings of "caimán" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 19 result(s)

İspanyolca İngilizce
General
gata caimán [f] BO hydraulic or mechanical machine used to lift large weights at low height
gata caimán [f] BO jack
dentadura de caimán [f] alligator teeth
parecido a un caimán [adj] alligatorlike
similar a un caimán [adj] alligator-like
propio de un caimán [adj] alligator-like
Colloquial
tener más colmillos que un caimán [v] be as sly as a fox
tener más colmillos que un caimán [v] be sly as a fox
tener más colmillos que un caimán [v] be as cunning as a fox
Electricity
presilla boca de caimán [f] alligator clip
Marine Biology
caimán de anteojos spectacled caiman
caimán americano american alligator
Ornithology
reinita de las caimán vitelline warbler
Reptiles
caimán común common caiman
Geography
islas caimán cayman islands
Petrol
pescador de caimán VE alligator grab
pescador de caimán alligator grab
Ceramic
piel de caimán alligator hide
Folklore
danza del caimán [f] CO dance in which one person, with a figure of a alligator tied to his or her waist, dances imitating the movements of a alligator while, around the dancer others clap their hands improvising four-line stanzas and dancing to typical carnival music