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Meanings of "group" in Spanish English Dictionary : 100 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
group grupo [m]
group cuadrilla [f]
group agrupación [f]
group bandada [f]
group agrupar [v]
group conjunto [m]
General
group cáfila [f]
group parcialidad [f]
group parranda [f]
group partida [f]
group peña [f]
group colectividad [f]
group piña [f]
group comparsa [f]
group banda [f]
group colectivo [adj]
group grupal [adj]
group hato [m]
group segmento [m]
group cenáculo [m]
group macizo [m]
group colectiva [adj/f]
group tanda [f]
group formación [f]
group agrupación [f]
group barcada [f] PH
group camarada [f]
group cohorte [f]
group colección [f]
group compañía [f]
group aglutinar [v]
group aglutinarse [v]
group agrupar [v]
group apelotonar [v]
group apeñuscar [v]
group apretar [v]
group cerrar [v]
group agregado [m]
group caravanero [m]
group cenáculo [m]
group cerco [m]
group comandita [f]
group potrada [f]
group tropilla [f]
group majada [f] SV
group apeñuscarse [v]
group pelotón [m]
group can [m] DO
group pool (inglés) [m] US
group mesnada [f]
group orden [m]
group clase [f]
group serie [f]
group combinación [f]
group poner en un grupo [v]
group corrillo [m]
group camada [f] AR
group capilla [f] derog.
group chirpia [f] ES local
group sector [m]
group rollo [m] PY teen
Colloquial
group basca [f]
group apuñuscarse [v] HN SV
Slang
group clica [f]
Business
group agrupación [f]
group agrupar [v]
group grupal [adj]
group agrupamiento [m]
group grupo [m]
group conjunto [m]
Finance
group grupo económico
Law
group categoría [f]
group agrupación [f]
group repartir [v]
group organismo [m]
group agrupamiento [m]
Electricity
group acoplar [v]
group grupo primario
Engineering
group camarilla [f]
group pandilla [f]
group agrupar [v]
group agrupar [v]
group grupo [m]
group por grupos
Biology
group cepa [f]
Math
group poner en grupos [v]
group el conjunto
Geology
group haz [f]
Medicine
group género [m]
group regimiento [m]
Psychology
group séquito [m]
Technical
group acoplar [v]
Aeronautics
group unidad táctica
Botanic
group colectivo [m]
group complejo [m]
Petrol
group agrupar [v]
Military
group agrupación [f]
group escuadrón [m]
group agrupamiento [m]
Cycling
group soldarse [v]

Meanings of "group" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
group of regulars peña [f]
unit or group of one thousand millar [m]
group of three trío [m]
General
pressure group camarilla [f]
group of friends pandilla [f]
ethnic group etnia [f]
group of three trinca [f]
group leader monitora [f]
group together agrupar [v]
form a group agruparse [v]
social group cerco [m]
commando group comando [m]
group of three terno [m]
pressure group lobby [m]
small group corrillo [m]
group leader monitor [m]
group (assembly) cuerpo [m]
substantive (a word or group of words functioning as a noun) sustantivo [m]
school (a group of aquatic animals that swim together; a shoal) banco [m]
group of fifteen quincena [f]
group of a hundred centenar [m]
group of gossips corrillo [m]
party (a group of people) banda [f]
group of trinkets to sell achinería [f] HN
group of birds closed in a cage alcahazada [f] disused
group of villagers aldeanería [f] rare
group of thorns argaña [f]
group of thorns argaya [f] disused
pressure group argolla [f] HN CR EC PE
group of vile people bahorrina [f] rare
parliamentary group bancada [f]
group of armed men/women banda [f]
group of barrels barrilería [f]
youngest member of a group benjamina [f]
group of bohemians bohemia [f]
bed for group sex cama redonda [f]
group sex cama redonda [f]
pressure group camarilla [f]
tour group caravana [f]
group of cases casuística [f]
group of kids chiquillería [f]
group of kids chiquillería [f] rare
group that sings humorous and satirical songs during carnival chirigota [f]
group of pimps chulada [f]
group of rude people chusma [f]
group of galley slaves chusma [f]
group of five cinquena [f] disused
dining group comensalía [f]
group of confessionists confesión [f]
form a group agavillar [v]
form into a group agavillarse [v]
form a group agruparse [v]
group together apeñuscar [v]
form a group apeñuscarse [v]
group together apretar [v]
form a group apretarse [v]
traditional andean community group aíllo [m] CL
traditional andean community group aillu [m] PE BO
group of admirals almirantazgo [m]
group of trees arbolado [m]
group of trees arboledo [m] disused
large group of islands archipiélago (italiano) [m]
small group of people atajo [m] derog.
group of barrels barrilaje [m] MX
group of barrels barrilamen [m]
youngest member of a group benjamín [m]
group of actors touring with a show bolo [m]
group of houses caserío [m]
splinter group chorizo [m]
group of tenant farmers colonato [m]
group of homesteaders colonato [m]
group of people conjunto [m]
group of ada [suf]
group of amen [suf]
in a single body or group en tromba [adv]
group of young street minstrels rondalla [f]
parliamentary group bancada [f]
year group promoción [f]
group of merry serenades parranda [f]
group of street musicians murga [f]
marrying within one's own social group endogamia [f]
close-knit group piña [f]
group of people who are the same age quinta [f]
a group of regulars peña [f]
group of problems of a certain science or topic. problemática [f]
joint of progress or social group progresía [f]
person who belongs to the garífuna ethnic group of honduras afrohondureña [f] HN
group/bunch of horses madrina [f]
group bash parranda [f]
squad/group of workers peonada [f]
indigenous group in amazonia baniba  [f] VE
group/herd of ranch animals piara [f]
group that monopolizes power in government/business/institutions/groups of people argolla [f] HN SV NI CR EC PE derog.
group member argollera [f] CR PE
squeezing caused by a compact group of people apretazón [f] GT HN SV NI CR PA CU
group of legislators of the same party banca [f] VE
owner's group set of animals (cockfights) banca [f] PR
owner's group set of animals (cockfights) banca de gallos [f] PR
musical group that uses only the whistle and the drum banda de cueros [f] SV
group of village musicians of poor quality banda choca [f] SV
member of a christmas music group aguilandera [f] PR
group bicycle ride cicletada [f] CL
group bicycle ride bicicleteada [f] VE PE AR UY
samba-style musical group batucada [f] PR CL
group of people who, jointly, perform unpaid work callapa [f] VE
group of people participating in common experiences or activities camada [f] MX HN NI CR CO BO PY AR UY DO rare
group of students belonging to the same course of study camada [f] HN BO AR EC UY rare
group of workers or peasants from eastern bolivia cambada [f] BO
group of people callapa [f] VE
group of people callapa [f] VE
group of mounds calpulería [f] NI rare
person who belongs to the garífuna ethnic group of honduras morena [f] HN
(in cockfights) an owner's group of animals traba de gallos [f] PR
(in cockfights) an owner's group of animals banca [f] PR
(in cockfights) an owner's group of animals banca de gallos [f] PR
group of small children botijada [f] UY
group of friends bola [f] MX
new arrival to a place or a certain group aparecida [f] CO
group of undignified and undesirable people bolsa de gatos [f] CL
group of people who deserve little consideration bola [f] MX
group of animals (livestock) animalada [f] VE
group of animals (livestock) animalada [f] CL AR derog.
large group of children or adolescents borregada [f] UY AR disused
group of police cachaquería [f] PE derog.
member of the organized group of hooligans supporting the chilean soccer team universidad de chile bullanguera [f] CL
group of cables cablería [f] SV CU PR EC CL UY
group of soldiers cachaquería [f] PE derog.
group of small cords cabuyería [f] VE disused
group of hammock cords cabuyera [f] PR VE
group of people belonging to honduras' partido nacional cachurecada [f] HN derog.
group of the most powerful and charismatic members of parliament in a political party (who support their leader in parliament) burbuja [f] MX
group of fervent supporters of a political party or leader caballada [f] MX
a group of coarse people bagualada [f] AR UY rur.
(in a supermarket) a group of shelves that divide aisles bahía [f] HN rare
supporters of a particular political group in order to obtain promised benefits clientela [f] MX
group of dominoes that are dealt to each player in a round data [f] CU
group of offices at the disposal of the dean/senior member so that they can carry out their duties decanatura [f] EC rare
group of offices at the disposal of the dean/senior member so that they can carry out their duties decanatura [f] MX HN NI CO BO
group of houses and rooms located on the outskirts of cities for poor people cuartería [f] NI CU DO
group of four people, especially athletes, who form a team cuarteta [f] CU CL
group of cuban citizens cubanería [f] CU rare
group of cuban citizens cubanía [f] HN cult
group of people of the upper social class cuiquerío [f] CL
group of people of low socioeconomic status cuchada [f] SV derog.
group of established food products that are sold monthly at grocery stores cuotativa [f] CU
group of chickens that get all of the hens out culecada [f] CR disused rur.
group of chickens that get all of the hens out culecada [f] CO:W
group of charros or mexican horse rider charrería [f] MX
group of useless items of silver or gold, to be melted down chafalonía [f] PE
group of subjects in the curriculum for an undergraduate or graduate degree currícula [f] HN SV DO PE BO
group of members of the army chafarotada [f] HN derog.
platform made with boards or planks joined together or on a group of canoes that are tied together, that is used to transport people and things from one side of the river to the other chalana (francés) [f] VE BO:E
group of undomesticated animals cimarronada [f] PA CU DO AR UY rur.
musical group that generally enlivens popular celebrations and masquerades cimarrona [f] CR
(cockfighting) group of small intensely colored feathers on a rooster, on the widest part of the wing, that contrast with the rest of its plumage chapa [f] PR
group of kids or children cipotada [f] HN SV NI
group of guatemalans chapinada [f] GT
group of leaves surrounding the corn cob chala [f] EC:N PE BO CL AR UY
group of leaves surrounding the corn cob chala (del quechua) [f] PY rur.
group of houses that share an interior patio in the form of a passage way cité [f] CL
group of children chapulinada [f] GT SV NI CR disused rur. endear.
group of children or teenagers chamuchina [f] MX AR rare derog.
group of children chamuchile [f] SV
group of noisy or boisterous people chamuchina [f] GT NI PA
group of people who get drunk everyday charamilada [f] SV
person who accompanies and looks after another person or group of people chaperona (francés) [f] MX SV CU PR CO VE CL UY DO disused
person who accompanies and looks after another person or group of people chaperona (del francés) [f] EC rare
group of kids chacalinada [f] SV
group of crude people chumichunga [f] AR:Nw
group of crude people chumichunga [f] UY derog.
group of native people cholada [f] EC rare
native-like group of people cholada [f] CR PE BO derog.
group of snobs/stuck-ups chetada [f] AR UY teen
group of chicanos chicanada [f] US MX
group of rude people chumichunga [f] AR:Nw
group of mexican-americans chicanada [f] US MX
group of rude people chumichunga [f] UY derog.
group of children chiquilinada [f] AR UY
group of children chirisada [f] GT
group of children chirizada [f] GT
group of children chigüina [f] HN NI
group of supporters that shout and cheer for a person or group, typically political or athletic fanaticada [f] GT HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR EC PE BO
group of people working together toward a common goal fraternidad [f] MX GT NI DO BO CL
group of traits characterizing a fresa fresez [f] MX
group of traits characterizing a fresa fresura [f] MX
trick executed on horseback by a group of charro women at celebrations escaramuza [f] MX
group of female charros who execute diverse tricks on horseback at celebrations escaramuza [f] MX
group of reliable friends or colleagues fierrada [f] SV
group of amateur musicians escoleta [f] MX
protest or disagreement by a person or group against something considered unjust estrilada [f] CL rare
group of automotive vehicles at the service of a state organization flota [f] CU
group of schoolmates or friends flota [f] MX GT
group of drunks flota [f] SV derog.
place where a group of workers are employed or based faena [f] CL
group of workers who carry out a common task faena [f] BO
group of people working together on a task fajina [f] VE
group of people who go after someone who is defenseless callapa [f] VE
group of people who go after someone who is defenseless cayapa [f] VE
group of several stems with the same root cepa [f] HN
group of several plants or trees with a single root, especially banana cepa [f] PR
group of related people cepa [f] PR
group of bettors who agree on the favorite to win a race (horse races) cátedra [f] VE AR UY
group of hondurans catrachada [f] HN NI
group of small islands cayada [f] PR
group of people who volunteer to complete a task cayapa [f] VE
group of keys or small islands cayería [f] CU
group of noisy people grulla [f] HN SV
disorganized group of people garífuna [f] SV NI
group of fools gilada [f] BO AR UY
group of friends who gather to have fun ganga (inglés gang) [f] PR
group of people that assaults others gabilla [f] DO VE
group of people who demonstrate in public against organizations or persons in front of their headquarters or domicile funa [f] CL
group of rowdy people grulla [f] HN SV
group of dunces gilada [f] BO AR UY
group of people or factual group that conspires against the one that governs or opposes him fronda [f] CL
group of highway interchanges gasa [f] MX
group of smug or presumptuous people who act in an affected or fufurufada [f] SV
group or meeting of gaucho cowboys gauchada [f] AR UY rare
group of salvadorans guanacada [f] HN SV
group of blockheads gilada [f] BO AR UY
group of dolts gilada [f] BO AR UY
group of farmers gilada [f] SV
group of spaniards established in america gachupinada [f] MX derog.
group of political conservatives godarria [f] CO derog.
group of people with noble lineage and property godarria [f] VE
group of friends who meet frequently to have fun gallada [f] PE rare
group of friends who meet frequently to have fun gallada [f] HN PA CO CL EC
group of people gallada [f] PA CL derog.
group of dimwits gilada [f] BO AR UY
group of ignoramuses gilada [f] BO AR UY
group of unscrupulous people who benefit from any situation gallotera [f] PA
group of crude people grenchada [f] SV derog.
group of people promoting social or political change grilla [f] MX
large group of us citizens gringada [f] HN NI DO CO derog.
large group of us citizens gringada [f] CL rare
large group of us citizens gringada [f] MX GT CR PA CU VE EC BO
group of us citizens or foreigners with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringada [f] BO
group of rude or vulgar people gronchada [f] AR derog.
circumstance or group that applies pressure to cause the transfer of someone grúa [f] CL
group of children chigüinada [f] HN NI
group of animals born on a ranch and set to remain there crianza [f] CL
group of animals of a species that are close together and form a compact block colpa [f] CL
group of creoles criollada [f] PE derog.
group of friends collera [f] PE teen
group of friends collera [f] PE rare
group of friends who go house to house singing carols at christmas trulla [f] PR
group of individuals in the same class, major, and generation cochada [f] CO
group of people that come together to protest against those who have organized a march contramarcha [f] EC PE
group of police officers, carabineers, or inspectors dressed as civilians comisión civil [f] CL
group of respectable people who are in charge of judging and solving a conflict between two individuals or institutions comisión de hombres buenos [f] CL
group of typically indigenous people settled in a rural zone comuna [f] EC
person or group with qualities rejected by others crema [f] CL
person or group with qualities rejected by others crema [f] CU
large group, especially of children creche [f] CU
female teacher responsible for a group of students' behavior and academic training consejera [f] PA
group of children güilada [f] CR rur.
group of huasos, traditional rural character huasada [f] CL rare
group of teenagers gurisada [f] AR:Ne UY
large group of children güirrada [f] SV
group of useless people huesera [f] HN
group of children gurisada [f] AR:Ne UY
in journalism, a social group made up of rich people who frequent fashionable places high society (inglés) [f] US HN BO CL
group of cuban political dissidents gusanería [f] CU derog.
group of people with rural customs indiada [f] MX GT NI BO derog.
group of easily manipulated people indiada [f] MX GT derog.
group of people of low socio-cultural class indiamenta [f] CO
group of women hembrería [f] CU
group of people who finish their preparation at the same time or who appear at the same time horneada [f] CL EC
group savings pool junta [f] PE
community work by a group of country people or peasants to build a house or work in the field junta de embarre [f] PA rur.
group of colleagues that get together and have fun activities juntilla [f] PR
savings system consisting of a group of people agreeing to periodically deliver to one of them a certain fixed amount of money junta [f] PE
group of uncouth people leperuza [f] MX derog.
group of country people jinchada [f] NI derog.
group of horse riders jinetada [f] SV
group of turkeys jolotera [f] SV
group constituted by representatives of owners of agricultural farms with water supply, in order to control, regulate, and distribute the irrigation junta de vigilancia [f] CL
group of people from a political party, student, trade union, or sports organization that uses violence against those who do not share their opinions mancha brava [f] HN SV NI
group of people manga [f] GT PA BO CL PY AR UY
group of youngsters manga [f] GT
group of people of low social class or delinquents mapachada [f] SV
secret political group within a military institution logia [f] BO:W
group of adolescents lolería [f] CL
group of friends macolla [f] HN NI
group of things macolla [f] NI
group of thugs maleantada [f] SV
group of thugs maleantería [f] PA
group of teenagers lolería [f] CL
group of many corn cobs elotada [f] HN
white person who performs in black face in this group lubola [f] UY
group of friends majada [f] SV
group of restless and violent people mancha [f] SV NI
leading group mata [f] GT HN
group of men hanging out together machangada [f] CU
group of men hanging out together machanguera [f] CU
musical group member or person who works in with mobile sound system marañona [f] SV
group of powerful and influential people macolla [f] SV NI
group of people macolla [f] NI
group of workers in the public service empleomanía [f] CU DO PR
person or group that serves as defense or protection pantalla [f] HN
group of people displaying extreme religious devotion mochitanga [f] MX derog.
group of uncultured people from humble social roots negraje [f] AR derog.
group of black people who are doing agricultural work on a farm negrería [f] BO
group of dark-skinned people negrada [f] MX HN NI CU DO PR UY AR disused
group of black people negrería [f] CO
group of black people negramenta [f] CO
group of black people negramenta [f] HN VE derog.
group of rude people naquiza [f] MX derog.
group of people arriving at a place negrada [f] UY
group of people molotera [f] GT HN SV NI CU
group of children monada [f] SV
group of intimately related people mazorca [f] GT
funds collected from a group of people and distributed in december natillera [f] CO
group of guerrillas montonera [f] DO VE derog.
small group of coffee trees moña [f] PR rur.
group of crude people mersada [f] AR UY derog.
group of trees mota [f] MX rur.
group of children mulquitada [f] SV
group of children mumujada [f] SV
group of delinquents united by work, camaraderie or friendship muchachada [f] BO:W delinq.
group of kids muchachería [f] PR
group of kids muchachila [f] SV
group of public transport of urban or interurban travelers movilización [f] CL
group of rude people mersada [f] AR UY derog.
group of journalists muchachada [f] HN
group of boys muchachería [f] PR
group of boys muchachila [f] SV
group of back up horses muda [f] AR UY rur.
group of officers oficialada [f] BO:E,N,S derog.
group of officers oficialada [f] MX derog.
group of people with bad manners mersada [f] AR UY derog.
group of small corn cobs not fully developed mulquitada [f] SV
group of kids mulquitada [f] SV
group of kids mumujada [f] SV
group of corn plants milpa [f] GT HN SV NI
group of children mirringada [f] SV
group of friends palizada [f] PE
group of boys pavada [f] SV
group of similar people palomilla [f] GT HN
group of delinquents patota [f] VE PE CL PY BO AR UY
group of young men palomillada [f] PE CL
group of people who practice their catholic religion with false piousness pechoñería [f] BO CL derog.
group of fragments pedacería [f] MX
group of people skating together on avenues and streets during december patinata [f] VE
group of people parvada [f] HN GT PE BO
chaotic group perrera [f] CU
group of snobs pituquería [f] PE CL AR UY
group of first year students perrada [f] MX stud.
group of people of high social class pituquería [f] PE CL AR UY
group rape by soldiers pichana [f] PE rur.
group of friends pelota [f] NI CR
group of uneducated people picantería [f] CL
woman raped by a group of soldiers pichana [f] PE rur.
group of steep rocks peñolería [f] PE BO:E
boy who steals in a group piraña [f] PE
group of useless things peretera [f] VE
group of freshmen perrada [f] MX stud.
group of young men perrada [f] PY teen
group of young people raza [f] HN
group of poor people pobrecía [f] CO rare
group of poor people pobrecía [f] DO
group of poor people pobrecía [f] VE cult
large group of people pueblada [f] BO:C,E,S UY
large group of people purruchada [f] CU
group of houses that share an inner courtyard with a passageway quinta [f] PE
group of first-year recruits recluta [f] VE
group of recruits of a battalion reclutada [f] HN
group of people who meet to play football recogida [f] SV
protected group reducción [f] BO disused
protected group reducción [f] CL
small group of people who take turns on a task redondilla [f] CL
group of highbrow people rabiblanquera [f] PA derog.
group of people sharing a negative quality punta [f] MX derog.
group of indigent people pobrecía [f] CO rare
group of indigent people pobrecía [f] DO
group of indigent people pobrecía [f] VE cult
group of spectators allowed to enter second class stands for free to fill a room before the end of an event segundilla [f] PE disused
group of uneducated people who are easily exploited riapiada [f] SV
group of uneducated people rotada (inglés ruptured) [f] CL
group of rude people rotada (inglés ruptured) [f] CL
group of musicians who play a certain family of instruments tropa [f] BO:W
group of greedy relatives after an inheritance zopilotera [f] NI
group of old things tilingada [f] AR disused
group that tends to provoke, exceed and abuse in public tojpa [f] BO:W
group of useless things tilingada [f] AR disused
group of children of indigenous and black parents zambería [f] PE
group of cowboys vaquerada [f] MX
group of unscrupulous people zopilotada [f] HN NI derog.
group of arrested delinquents tongada [f] BO:W delinq.
group of jigger flea eggs tortera [f] PR rur.
group of people of italian origin tanada [f] AR UY
group savings pool tanda [f] MX
group of fighter cocks traba [f] PR cult
group of fighter cocks traba [f] DO
despicable group tracamanada [f] CO:W
musical group with drums and symbols tatachín [f] SV
group of friends volanteada [f] HN
group of people united for certain benefits trenza [f] AR UY
group of three people troika (ruso) [f] HN
horde (a large group or crowd; a swarm) nube [f]
horde (a large group or crowd; a swarm) multitud [f]
group (of friends) barra [f]
join the group integrarse al grupo [v]
dominate a group adueñar [v]
be part of a group pertenecer [v]
group together agruparse [v]
bring into group acabildar [v]
order into group acabildar [v]
exclude (someone) from a group desmanchar [v] LAM
catch something thrown among a group of people who rush to grab it at once achurar [v] AR:Nw
make an individual/group integrate into a broader one and assume their behavioral guidelines aclanar [v] CL
adopt foreign cultural elements (one group) aculturizar [v] GT HN CR CU DO VE PE BO CL MX rare
have contact with others from a higher social group acodarse [v] AR:Nw
be assimilated culturally (one group) aculturizar [v] GT HN CR CU DO VE PE BO CL MX rare
group things or people in a disorderly and in a cramped way achoclonar [v] CL
lead a group of animals ford a river cabrestear [v] VE
form a compact group apuñarse [v] CR
deliver the national flag to a person/group/delegation to represent the country abroad abanderar [v] PA CU DO PR
deliver the national flag to a person/group/delegation to represent the country abroad abanderar [v] VE rare
form a compact group apelotarse [v] CR PA
adopt the behavior of a group apatotarse [v] CL
join a group apatotarse [v] CL
group or crowd together apelotarse [v] CR PA
group thing/persons apeñuscar [v] DO
stop working on a group project abrirse [v] MX DO CO VE EC PE PY AR UY
disperse (a social group) desmovilizarse [v] BO PY
leave a political group involuntarily (losing the benefits one had enjoyed) descuadrarse [v] PR
expel someone from a group/activity they participated in desembarcar [v] PE
flee chaotically (group of people/animals) desparpajarse [v] HN
surrender to a country's government under certain conditions (referring to an armed group) desalzarse [v] NI
spread out (elements of a group) desbalagarse [v] MX HN NI
flee oneself from a group desgaritarse [v] MX:Se AR:Nw rur.
flee oneself from a group desgaritarse [v] DO
be dispersed (elements of a group) desbalagarse [v] MX HN NI
separate oneself from a group desgaritarse [v] MX:Se AR:Nw rur.
separate oneself from a group desgaritarse [v] DO
break up (a social group) desmovilizarse [v] BO PY
abandon a company/group one had formed part of desmanchar [v] PE
disperse (a group of people) desmolotar [v] NI
break up (a group of people) desmolotar [v] NI
display oneself proudly before a group of people or the media figurearse [v] DO
do something as a group of volunteers callapear [v] VE
do something as a group of volunteers cayapear [v] VE
group of people working together or agreeing to do something in common, usually something illegal coludirse [v] MX CL
someone or a small group of people conspire behind other people's backs cocinar [v] MX HN CU VE PE BO PY AR UY
change group, political party, or religion cruzarse [v] NI
be part of a group of delinquents patotear [v] CL
arbitrarily add to a larger group pegotear [v] CL derog.
group rape pichanear [v] PE rur.
report a crime committed by someone close to a group of criminals ratear [v] PR delinq.
report a crime committed by someone close to a group of criminals ratiar [v] PR
exclude from a group, association, or list radiar (francés) [v] MX BO:W PY UY
prepare to put into action a plan or determined activity (members of an organization/group) aceitar los motores [v] PR BO
group (attributive) grupal [adj]
in a group of three trillizo [adj]
related to ethnic group or language ainu [adj]
that contains an allyl group alílico [adj]
pertaining to a group of languages ugrio [adj]
pertaining to a group of people étnico [adj]
pertaining to the carboxyl functional group carboxílico [adj]
pertaining to the group of chinese languages sinítico [adj]
of the garifuna ethnic group from honduras afrohondureño [adj] HN
related to the garifuna ethnic group from honduras afrohondureño [adj] HN
nestled (crib/in group) encunado [adj]
related to the member of a group giving mystical interpretation to old testament cabalístico [adj]
belonging to a group with power argolladero [adj] HN SV derog.
relating to a group of people argollero [adj] CR PE
referring to someone who belongs to a minority group of power argollero [adj] HN SV CR derog.
referring to someone who blocks the participation of those not belonging to their minority group of power argollero [adj] CR
of the garifuna ethnic group from honduras garínagu [adj] HN
of the garifuna ethnic group from honduras moreno [adj] HN
referring to the organized group of hooligans supporting the chilean soccer team universidad de chile bullanguero [adj] CL
separated from the group (something) desbalagado [adj] MX
performed without brilliance (action of a person, group, or team) chato [adj] HN
relating to the chimane ethnic group or their culture chimane [adj] BO
relating to the chimane ethnic group or their culture chimán [adj] BO
belonging or relating to the chiripa ethnic group chiripa [adj] BO
rented specifically to transport a group of people (means of transportation) fletado [adj] EC
pertaining to the cayuvava indigenous group cayuvava [adj] BO
pertaining to a group of typically indigenous people settled in a rural zone comunal [adj] EC PY
pertaining to the collas indigenous group or to their culture colla [adj] CL AR UY
fostering a conversation (especially an activity carried out as a group) conversado [adj] CL
not belonging to the mapuche ethnic group güinca [adj] CL
relating to a carnival group of black people and white people in black face dancing to the beat of tabors lubolo [adj] UY
relating to the nahua ethnic group nahua [adj] MX GT HN NI
relating to miskito ethnic group and its culture misquito [adj] HN NI
relating to miskito ethnic group and its culture zambo [adj] HN BO
entering a group without being invited pegajoso [adj] NI
relating to the terrorist group sendero luminoso senderista [adj] PE
by age group por grupo de edad [adj]
group captain (gp capt) coronel [m]
any large group cardumen [m] UY
head of a group of ten deán [m] disused
lump (group) amontonamiento [m]
school (group of fish) cardumen [m]
someone that speaks as the voice of a group of people vocero [m]
abelian group grupo abeliano [m]
formal group or assembly of witches aquelarre [m]
someone who is a member of an ancient indo-european ethnic group of dacia dacio [m]
someone that officially belongs to a group miembro [m]