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Meanings of "cook" in Spanish English Dictionary : 45 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
cook cocinero [m]
cook cocinera [f]
cook cocinar [v]
cook cocer [v]
General
cook guisadora [f]
cook guisar [v]
cook hornear [v]
cook adobar [v]
cook cocerse [v]
cook cocinarse [v]
cook guisador [m]
cook falsificar [v]
cook cocedera [f] disused
cook adobar [v]
cook aliñar [v]
cook cocinar [v]
cook aliñado [m]
cook cocedor [m]
cook cocinero [m]
cook nana [f] HN
cook cocedora [f]
cook cocinera [f]
cook amañar [v]
cook asar (en horno) [v]
cook hacer en el homo (en horno) [v]
cook cocerse (en horno) [v]
cook ranchar [v] GT CO:C
cook parrillero [m] HN CR PE PY AR UY españa
cook cuque (inglés cook) [m/f] HN:N NI CL
cook parrillero [m/f] MX EC PE CL PY AR UY
cook hacer [v]
cook salcochar [v]
cook aderezar [v]
Idioms
cook montar el caldero [v] CU
cook volar fuego [v] CR
Colloquial
cook alterar [v]
Slang
cook esposa (australia)
Engineering
cook solera [f]
Geology
cook hacerse [v]
cook recocer [v]
Technical
cook redactar un informe [v]
cook calentar [v]
cook vulcanizar [v]
cook montar el percutor [v]
cook hervir [v]

Meanings of "cook" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 236 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
rock cook tabernero [m]
barbecue cook asador [m]
General
paella cook paellera [f]
cook up amañar [v]
pastry cook pastelero [m]
cook up amañarse [v]
cook over coals brasear [v]
cook up cocer [v]
pastry cook repostera [f]
pastry cook pastelera [f]
each of the holes made in a mud oven where the dishes are placed to cook food or boil liquid hornilla [f] EC
cook at a snack bar or lunch counter lonchera [f] CU
cook at a snack bar or lunch counter lunchera [f] CU
large pot used to cook corn with lime or ash nixtamalera [f] HN
in the army, woman who serves in a unit as a cook, laundress or ironer nana [f] HN
cane syrup cook tachera [f] CU CO BO
cook with a low fire rehogar [v]
cook au gratin gratinar [v]
cook in a double boiler cocer al baño de maría [v]
cook in a double boiler cocer al bañomaría [v]
cook in a double boiler cocer al baño maría [v]
cook in a double boiler cocinar al baño de maría [v]
cook in a double boiler cocinar al bañomaría [v]
cook in a double boiler cocinar al baño maría [v]
cook/boil again recocer [v]
cook in hot oil freírse [v]
cook in an oven hornear [v]
cook too much cocer demasiado [v]
cook in boiling water hervir [v]
cook in boiling water bullir [v]
cook slowly cocerse a fuego lento [v]
cook slowly entibiar [v]
cook slowly calentar [v]
cook on low heat dejar cocer a fuego lento [v]
cook over low heat dejar cocer a fuego lento [v]
cook over low heat cocer a fuego lento [v]
cook over medium heat cocer a fuego medio [v]
cook over low heat calentar a fuego lento [v]
cook over high heat cocinar a fuego fuerte [v]
cook on high heat cocinar a fuego alto [v]
cook over high heat cocinar a fuego alto [v]
cook over low heat cocinar a fuego lento [v]
cook on low heat cocinar a fuego lento [v]
cook food using only water and salt salcochar [v] AMER rare
be a guest at a barbecue/cook out asadear [v] PY
cook on low calar [v] CO:W
cook fruit in syrup calar [v] CO:Sw
slow cook calar [v] CO:W
cook corn with lime or ash anisquesar [v] CR:Nw
cook bread dough twice in order to make it last longer abizcochar [v] BO:E
cut the rooster's wattle (cook fighting) desbarbar [v] PR
cook drugs cuquear (del inglés to cook) [v] PR
cook beef steaks churrasquear [v] BO PY AR UY rare
slow cook chojinear [v] GT
cook something, especially in a large pot cazuelear [v] CL
cook rice such that the grains don't stick granear [v] PE
cook corn with lime or ash nisquezar [v] HN NI
cook corn with lime or ash to make it digestible nixtamalizar [v] MX HN NI
cook corn with lime or ash to make it digestible pisquear [v] NI
cook corn with lime or ash to make it digestible nesquizar [v] NI
cook corn with lime or ash to make it digestible nishtamalear [v] GT
cook corn with lime or ash nisquesar [v] CR:Nw
cook corn with lime or ash nisquear [v] HN
cook corn with lime or ash nixquear [v] HN
cook corn with lime or ash to make it edible nistayolear [v] NI
badly cook or roast food pasmarse [v] AR rare
badly cook or roast food pasmarse [v] SV NI MX CU
put pots on the stove to cook parar [v] EC:S
cook corn with lime or ash to make it edible nixtamalizar [v] MX HN NI
cook corn with lime or ash to make it edible pisquear [v] NI
cook vegetables and meats with salt in boiling water salcochar [v] CU
cook poorly salcochar [v] CU
lightly cook over fire suasar [v] HN NI
cook tamales or nacatamales tamalear [v] MX HN SV NI
cook (to prepare food for eating) preparar [v]
fanned tail feathers (fighting cook) bolorrabirucho [adj] PR
cook islands maori rarotongano [m]
head cook chef [m]
buffet cook cocinero de buffet [m]
cook out asado [m] NI CO CL PY AR UY
food typically served at a cook out asado [m] BO
food typically served at a cook out asado [m] NI PY AR UY
tutelary rooster that throws itself at the younger roosters (cook fights) cabestro [m] PR
tutelary rooster that throws itself at the younger roosters (cook fights) cabestro [m] PR
used only to cook beans (pot) frijolero [m] HN SV NI
type of plantain used to cook soups and other dishes colicero [m] CO:C
very large pot with straight walls, a flat base, a wide rim, and two handles used to cook the sugar cane juice down to syrup or honey dulcero [m] HN
cook at a snack bar or lunch counter lonchero [m] CU
cook at a snack bar or lunch counter lunchero [m] CU
large pot to cook nacatamales nacatamalero [m] NI PA
large pot used to cook corn with lime or ash nishtamalero [m] GT SV
metal receptacle with a wide mouth and a high wall, used in the sugar mills to cook broth tacho (portugués) [m] EC
cane syrup cook tachero [m] CU CO BO
large pot to cook sugar cane juice trapichero [m] HN rur.
having straight walls, a flat base, a wide rim, and two handles to cook the sugar cane juice down to syrup or honey dulcera [adj/f] HN
chief cook primer cocinero
cook islands islas cook
cook islander de las islas cook
person who is from the cook islands de las islas cook
cook islands maori maorí de islas cook
a cook guisadora [f]
pastry-cook pastelera [f]
pastry-cook bollera [f]
a cook guisandera [f]
cook too much achicharrar [v]
dress,cook/season victuals aliñar [v]
cook/dress food cocinar [v]
cook/dress food guisar [v]
cook with asparagus esparragar [v]
cook meat to be eaten cold fiambrar [v] rare
cook meat over a slow fire estovar [v]
cook insufficiently soasar [v]
cook/dress food aderezar [v]
cook meat over a slow fire rehogar [v]
cook/dress food condimentar [v]
cook/dress food aliñar [v]
cook-shop bodegón [m]
pastry-cook bollero [m]
a cook guisador [m]
pastry cook repostero [m]
pastry-cook pastelero [m]
a cook guisandero [m]
cook-house cocina (marina) [f]
cook-house cocina (milicia) [f]
cook shop bodegón [m]
cook the books dibujar [v] AR
have a cook out churrasquear [v] BO CL AR UY
Idioms
cook one's goose hacerle la vida imposible a alguien [v]
cook one's goose echar a perder los planes de alguien [v]
cook one's goose hacer la santísima a alguien [v]
cook one's goose arruinar los planes de alguien [v]
cook someone's goose arruinar a alguien [v]
cook someone's goose molestar a alguien [v]
cook someone's goose obstruir los planes de alguien [v]
cook someone's goose obstaculizar los planes de alguien [v]
cook someone's goose hacer la santísima a alguien [v]
cook someone's goose hacerle la vida imposible a alguien [v]
cook someone's goose dificultar la actividad de alguien [v]
cook someone's goose poner trabas a la actividad de alguien [v]
cook something to perfection cocinar algo a la perfección [v]
cook someone's goose hacer la pascua a alguien [v]
cook someone's goose torpedear el trabajo de alguien [v]
cook the accounts falsificar los registros contables [v]
cook the accounts amañar las cuentas [v]
cook something up inventar algo [v]
cook the accounts jugar sucio con los registros contables [v]
cook the books falsificar los registros contables [v]
cook the books adulterar la contabilidad [v]
cook the books amañar las cuentas [v]
cook the books jugar sucio con los registros contables [v]
cook the books malversar la contabilidad [v]
cook up inventar algo [v]
go to the trouble to cook tomarse el trabajo de cocinar [v]
cook up meter bolas [v]
cook up contar bolas [v]
cook up decir bolas [v]
cook up contar trolas [v]
cook up decir trolas [v]
cook up meter trolas [v]
cook up hablar cabezas de pescado [v] SCN
cook up hablar con boca de ganso [v]
cook someone's goose salir la paloma cuco [v]
cook someone's goose salir a alguien la paloma cuco [v]
cook up a story meter una chiva [v]
cook a meal volar fuego [v] CR
cook the books/accounts maquillar las cuentas [v]
be a good cook tener buena cuchara [v] CR
begin to cook soltar el hervor [v] MX EC CL UY
cook the books amañar las cuentas
chief cook and bottle washer responsable de todas las tareas
chief cook and bottle washer hombre orquesta
Speaking
you are a great cook eres un gran cocinero
you are a great cook estás hecho un chef
i'm a good cook hago buena comida
i'm a good cook sé cocinar bien
do you cook well? ¿cocinas bien?
do you cook well? ¿cocina bien?
I'm in no mood to cook dinner tonight no estoy de humor para cocinar a la noche
cook over low heat se cocina a fuego lento
at what temperature do you cook chicken? ¿a qué temperatura cocinas el pollo?
at what temperature do you cook chicken? ¿a qué temperatura cueces el pollo?
at what temperature do you cook chicken? ¿a cuántos grados cocinas el pollo?
can you cook? ¿sabes cocinar?
can you cook well? ¿cocinas bien?
can you cook well? ¿sabes cocinar bien?
my mother is a good cook mi madre es una buena cocinera
my mother is a good cook mi madre cocina bien
Phrasals
cook up tramar (plan/acuerdo) [v]
cook up urdir (plan/acuerdo) [v]
cook up inventarse [v]
cook something up cocinar algo [v]
cook out cocinar al aire libre
Colloquial
soup cook sopera [f] PY
cook badly sancochar [v] UY derog.
cook badly sancochar [v] CU DO derog.
cook up cocinar [v] CU VE
festive get-together where participants end up drinking alcohol (although the original idea was a cook out) asado de vidrio [m] CL
Proverbs
even the best cook burns the beans a la mejor cocinera se le queman los frijoles
Phrases
no mean cook un muy buen cocinero
Slang
cook up guisar [v]
cook up amasar [v]
cook up cocinar [v]
cook (drugs) indecar (inglés deck) [v] PR drug
cook the books falsificar registros contables
cook the books adulterar los registros contables
Business
cook the books falsificar registros financieros [v]
cook the books falsificar declaraciones financieras [v]
Packaging
cook-chill meal comida cocinada y refrigerada [f]
Accounting
cook the books cocina contable
Finance
cook the books cocina contable
cook the books falsificación contable
Law
cook the books falsificar declaraciones financieras [v]
cook the books falsificar registros financieros [v]
cook book recetario [m]
Engineering
rock cook centrolabro [m]
ready-to-cook foods alimentos listos para cocinar
Chemistry
Cook formula fórmula de Cook
Bogert-Cook synthesis síntesis de Bogert-Cook
Food Engineering
cook-chill meal comida cocinada y refrigerada [f]
Ornithology
cook reed warbler carricero de las cook
cook reed-warbler carricero de las cook
Technical
cook accounts falsificar cuentas [v]
cook up tramar [v]
cook up urdir [v]
cook up forjar [v]
cook up inventable [adj]
Aeronautics
cook off auto disparo
Maritime
second cook segundo cocinero
ship's cook cocinero de a bordo
Nautical
cook-room fogón [m]
Gastronomy
cook au gratin gratinar [v]
put small rocks on food to cook it, particularly guinea pig chactar [v] PE
Botanic
cook-house cocina [f]
Geography
cook islands islas cook
Military
army cook vivandero [m] GT
cook (mess) trailer remolque (de) cocina