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Meanings of "low" in Spanish English Dictionary : 140 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
low bajo [adj]
General
low bajo [adv]
low mínima [f]
low acanallado [adj]
low humilde [adj]
low chato [adj]
low suave [adj]
low pequeño [adj]
low terrero [adj]
low profundo [adj]
low decaído [adj]
low rasante [adj]
low rastrero [adj]
low vil [adj]
low grave [adj]
low acanallada [adj/f]
low chata [adj/f]
low pequeña [adj/f]
low terrera [adj/f]
low profunda [adj/f]
low decaída [adj/f]
low baja [adj/f]
low rastrera [adj/f]
low sumisamente [adv]
low berrear [v]
low mugir [v]
low bajuno [adj]
low deshonroso [adj]
low canallesco [adj]
low común [adj]
low chamagoso [adj] MX
low enano [adj]
low hondo [adj]
low humilde [adj] fig.
low pedestre [adj]
low lépero [adj] CAM MX
low pícaro [adj]
low rahez [adj]
low ruin [adj]
low triste [adj]
low tabernario [adj]
low tozo [adj]
low servil [adj]
low canallesca [adj/f]
low enana [adj/f]
low lépera [adj/f] CAM MX
low tabernaria [adj/f]
low chamagosa [adj/f] MX
low bajuna [adj/f]
low toza [adj/f]
low deshonrosa [adj/f]
low pícara [adj/f]
low honda [adj/f]
low bajamente [adv]
low vilmente [adv]
low llama [f]
low dar mugidos [v]
low barato [adj]
low económico [adj]
low módico [adj]
low gravemente enfermo [adj]
low amilanado [adj]
low desanimado [adj]
low pobre [adj]
low sumiso [adj]
low reverente [adj]
low deshonrado [adj]
low respetuoso [adj]
low vulgar [adj]
low menospreciable [adj]
low triunfo más bajo [m]
low fuego [m]
low económica [adj/f]
low barata [adj/f]
low desanimada [adj/f]
low módica [adj/f]
low amilanada [adj/f]
low respetuosa [adj/f]
low deshonrada [adj/f]
low sumisa [adj/f]
low cerca del suelo [loc/adv]
low en la parte inferior [loc/adv]
low a precio bajo [loc/adv]
low en voz baja [loc/adv]
low en tono bajo [loc/adv]
low en tono profundo [loc/adv]
low abyección [f]
low bramar [v]
low rebulear [v] PR rur.
low reciente [adj]
low débil [adj]
low cabizbajo [adj]
low abatido [adj]
low de capa caída [adj]
low (oscuro) tenue [adj]
low acanallado [adj]
low ciclón [m]
low bajón [m]
low butaque [m] VE
low abatimiento [m] disused
Idioms
low de la puñeta [adj] CU
Colloquial
low depre [adj]
low belitre [adj]
low estropajoso [adj]
low bizarro [adj] VE
low estropajosa [adj/f]
low belitre [adj/f]
low bizarra [adj/f] VE
Business
low inferior [adj]
low bajo [adj]
low mínimo [adj]
low mínimo [m]
low cotización mínima
low cotización más baja
Employment Law
low mezquino [adj]
Engineering
low insuficiente [adj]
low grave [adj]
low hondo [adj]
low bajo [adj]
low poco elevado
low nivel de graves
Chemistry
low indecente [adj]
Meteorology
low baja [f]
Geology
low deprimido [adj]
low indigno [adj]
low hondo [adj]
Technical
low bajo [adj]
Aeronautics
low depresión [f]
low poco elevado
low depresión barométrica
low zona de depresión
Zoology
low abajo [adv]
Petrol
low bajo [adj]
low bajo [m]
Mineralogy
low debilitado [adj]
low sordo [adj]
low raso [adj]
low mugido [m]
Energy
low reducido [adj]
Baseball
low bajo [adj]

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

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
cut low escotar [v]
low-necked escotado [adj]
low boy remolque [m]
General
low blood pressure hipotensión [f]
low ridge loma [f]
low tide bajamar [f]
low water bajamar [f]
low bench banqueta [f]
area of low pressure borrasca [f]
lay low abatir [v]
play low cartear (cartas) [v]
lie low agacharse (no llamar la atención) [v]
be in low spirits estar bajo de ánimo [v]
fly very low rastrear [v]
low-calorie acalórico [adj]
low-calorie hipocalórico [adj]
low-class chancletero [adj] CU
absurdly low irrisorio [adj]
low-cut escotado [adj]
low-calorie light [adj]
low-tar light [adj]
low-lying bajo [adj]
very low raso [adj]
very low rastrero [adj]
low-lying veguero [adj]
record low mínimo [adj]
low-fat descremado [adj]
low hill otero [m]
low water level estiaje [m]
low water estiaje [m]
low-calorie acalórica [adj/f]
low-calorie hipocalórica [adj/f]
low-class chancletera [adj/f] CU
absurdly low irrisoria [adj/f]
low-cut escotada [adj/f]
low-lying baja [adj/f]
very low rasa [adj/f]
very low rastrera [adj/f]
low-lying veguera [adj/f]
record low mínima [adj/f]
low-fat descremada [adj/f]
in a low voice quedo [adv]
low-roofed coach chaparra [f] disused
wide-brimmed hat with a low crown charra [f] GT HN SV NI
silver coin of low standard chaucha [f] BO CL
low music-hall chingana [f] SA
low-class gaming-den chirlata [f]
low jesting chocarrería [f]
open wagon with low sides batea [f]
low neck cut in a garment degolladura [f]
railing or low partition on stairs or in granaries colaña [f]
woman of low class chagorra [f] MX
low, rough, uncultivated ground gándara [f]
profession of a low comedian farándula [f]
low dale hoyada [f]
low-lying, level piece of ground surrounded by mountains nava [f]
low cunning mañuela [f]
low wench perendeca [f]
low spirits melancolía [f]
low water menguante [f]
small coin circulating in the low countries during the spanish rule placa [f]
thin rough stone of low quality rajuela [f]
low, scurrilous language palabrada [f]
draining of low palería [f]
low caste paria [f]
low sunday pascuilla [f]
low craft tacañería [f]
low jest truhanada [f]
low jest truhanería [f]
gaming house of low class toconal [f]
low stool tajuela [f]
low tavern tambarria [f] CL
a very low quality wine torcedura [f]
low bench tarima [f]
a low gaming-house tasca [f]
low and swampy ground vega [f] CL
wine of low quality trasmosto [f] disused
low woman tía [f]
foreigner of low status carcamana [f] CU
low cut in the neck (of a dress) escotadura [f]
low-class madrilenian manola [f]
low class comedian farandulera [f]
low jester chocarrera [f]
keeper of a low eating-house or tavern bodegonera [f]
keep low company acanallarse [v]
become low-spirited caerse [v]
cut a garment low in the neck degollar [v]
play out low cards to see how the game stands cartear [v]
become low-spirited desconsolarse [v]
cut low in the neck (dress) descotarse [v]
cut a bodice low in the neck escotar [v]
carry the head too low (horses) encapotarse [v]
sell at a low price quemar [v]
commit low actions rebajarse [v]
bellow (or low) repeatedly rebramar [v]
of mean, low extraction apocado [adj]
very low bajito [adj]
low-priced barato [adj]
of low rank/extraction civil [adj] disused
low-spirited dejado [adj]
having low buttocks (horses) derribado [adj]
having the corners of the mouth low or narrow boquifruncido [adj]
applicable to a low mass with music discantado [adj] PE
low-necked descogotado [adj]
low-spirited pequeño [adj] fig.
flying low ratero [adj]
low coxcomb roto [adj] MX
long and low (ship) tirado [adj]
low-class villano [adj]
low spirits abatimiento [m]
low, flat-bottomed basket/tray azafate [m]
low feeding value in food chirlomirlo [m]
low jester chocarrero [m]
low thrust with the sword (bullfigthing) bajonazo [m]
low fellow churriburri [m]
low neck cut in a garment degollado [m]
meeting of low people corrincho [m]
low and dissolute person crápula [m]
keeper of a low eating-house or tavern bodegonero [m]
foreigner of low status carcamán [m] CU
low sunday cuasimodo [m]
low quality cashmere casinete [m] AR BO CL PE
low cushioned sofa diván [m]
low-necked (dress) descote [m]
low grade emerald chalchihuite [m] HN MX
low class dance changüí [m] CU
low, rough saddle duro [m] AMER
low cut in the neck (of a dress) escotado [m]
low neck escote [m]
low class comedian farandulero [m]
low comedian gracioso [m]
low-watermark estiaje [m]
low jesting momo [m]
mother-of-pearl of low quality nacarón [m]
low-class madrilenian manolo [m]
low, damp place, bog paúl [m]
low stool tajuelo [m]
a low-quality potato urque [m] CL
a very low quality wine aguapié [m]
low, damp place, bog paular [m]
low vile verses coplones [m/pl]
low countries países bajos [m/pl]
applicable to a low mass with music discantada [adj/f] PE
flying low ratera [adj/f]
low coxcomb rota [adj/f] MX
of mean, low extraction apocada [adj/f]
long and low (ship) tirada [adj/f]
very low bajita [adj/f]
low-priced barata [adj/f]
low-spirited dejada [adj/f]
having low buttocks (horses) derribada [adj/f]
having the corners of the mouth low or narrow boquifruncida [adj/f]
low-necked descogotada [adj/f]
low-spirited pequeña [adj/f] fig.
low-class villana [adj/f]
hold in low esteem tener en poco [v]
low latitude latitud cercana al ecuador [f]
low fever calentura lenta [f]
low trick mala pasada [f]
low mass misa privada [f]
low trick mala partida [f]
low mass misa rezada [f]
low tide bajamar (del mar) [f]
low water bajamar (del mar) [f]
low-born de humilde nacimiento [adj]
low-born bajo [adj]
low-spirited abatido [adj]
in low spirits abatido [adj]
low-spirited amilanado [adj]
in low spirits desanimado [adj]
in low spirits amilanado [adj]
in low spirits descorazonado [adj]
low-spirited desanimado [adj]
low-spirited descorazonado [adj]
in low spirits acobardado [adj]
low-spirited acobardado [adj]
low-pitched grave (de tono) [adj]
low tide menguante [adj]
low-church evangélico [adj]
low-church opuesto al ritualismo [adj]
low-minded ruin [adj]
low-minded vil [adj]
low water mark nivel de marea baja [m]
low day día de trabajo [m]
low sunday domingo de cuasimodo [m]
low tide reflujo [m]
low tide estiaje (del río) [m]
low water reflujo [m]
low water estiaje (del río) [m]
low churchman partidario del evangelismo [m]
low churchman antagonista del ritualismo [m]
low tide aguas de menguante [f/pl]
low water aguas de menguante [f/pl]
low-born baja [adj/f]
in low spirits abatida [adj/f]
low-spirited abatida [adj/f]
in low spirits amilanada [adj/f]
in low spirits desanimada [adj/f]
low-spirited desanimada [adj/f]
low-spirited amilanada [adj/f]
low-spirited descorazonada [adj/f]
in low spirits descorazonada [adj/f]
in low spirits acobardada [adj/f]
low-spirited acobardada [adj/f]
low-church evangélica [adj/f]
low-born de humilde cuna [loc/adj]
in a low voice en voz baja [loc/adv]
flying low a ras de tierra [adv]
in a low voice en voz baja [adv]
in a low voice apasito [adv] PA
low action bajeza [f]
low action chulada [f]
low spirits depresión [f]
low quality rum tafia [f]
low life purria [f]
low haunt conejera [f]
low quality baja calidad [f]
low tide marea baja [f]
low-quality clothes pilcha [f] AR BO PY
low-value metalware quincalla [f]
low valley hondonada [f]
person from a low socio-economic class (peyorative) alpargatuda [f] CO VE
person of low class percusia [f] VE
native woman coastal/low lying areas abajeña [f] PR disused rur.
woman who comes from a low lying region abajeña [f] BO:W,C,S
native woman coastal/low lying areas abajeña [f] HN CO EC AR
someone of a low social standing atorranta [f] CL derog.
commercial establishment where low-priced fabrics are sold baratela [f] CL
person who sells/buys wares at a low price baratera [f] MX GT HN SV CO VE EC CL
person who sells/buys wares at a low price baratera [f] AR:Nw
low tide agua seca [f] CR:Nw
low, flat-topped hill caused by erosion barda [f] AR
low quality coffee boligoma [f] HN
low quality alcoholic beverage bazuca [f] SV NI
low quality tobacco espumilla [f]
woman's sneaker or low shoe calceta [f] DO
flat terrain of small dimensions and low vegetation calceta [f] VE
heavy and low fog camanchaca [f] BO CL PE rur.
low quality tobacco espumilla [f] PR
black malt beer with a low alcohol content bicervecina [f] BO
low quality rum broza [f] PR
bootlegger of low value things cacharrera [f] EC disused
smuggler of low value things cacharrera [f] EC disused
person with a low social standing cachimbira [f] GT
selling of low cost items cachivachería [f] BO
a costa rican low land region, the nicoya peninsula, in the province of guanacaste, and those of san carlos, in the province of alajuela bajura [f] CR
a low land by the coastline, particularly in the west and southwest of puerto rico bajura [f] PR
mild, low quality tobacco bajagua [f] MX
each of the lower leaves of a tobacco plant, considered low quality bajera [f] MX NI CR AR:Nw
each of the lower leaves of a tobacco plant, considered low quality bajera [f] CO rare
low lying part of a plot of land where irrigation water collects culata [f] PE rur.
group of people of low socioeconomic status cuchada [f] SV derog.
straw hat, with a low crown and wide brim used by women, especially in the summer chambelona [f] VE
series of oil outcrops on a low-lying plot of land cerrillada [f] AR UY
low value item chimiricuarta [f] HN child
low value item chimilicuarta [f] HN child
low quality, poorly made, and off-brand item carabelita [f] PR
low quality, poorly made, and off-brand item carabelita [f] DO rare
low quality informal activity in bad taste chicha [f] PE
low quality chealdad [f] CU
low-quality thing chulería [f] CL
low grade fever fiebre de pollo [f] DO PR
low quality but very strong moonshine caraguasca [f] CO:S
low blow catutería [f] SV
hydraulic or mechanical machine used to lift large weights at low height gata [f] HN SV NI CR PR EC PE BO CL
hydraulic or mechanical machine used to lift large weights at low height gata caimán [f] BO
hydraulic or mechanical machine used to lift large weights at low height gata hidráulica [f] EC BO CL
low class person with poor manners and little education guachafa [f] EC BO derog.
low class woman groncha [f] AR UY derog.
low-priced locations where many of the attendees watch a show galucha [f] CL
poor person of low social status gata [f] HN SV derog.
person with a very low position in a company or institution gata [f] HN SV derog.
old, ugly, or low quality shoe guaracha [f] GT derog.
low-quality high proof moonshine rum guarfarina [f] CU derog.
low quality cocaine coca silvestre [f] BO:C,W drug
establishment selling low quality moonshine huactería [f] PE:S
low class woman who pretends to belong to the upper social class or tries to move up by any means huachafita [f] PE
group of people of low socio-cultural class indiamenta [f] CO
low quality banana sold at a low price as pig feed lavaza [f] EC:W
thick and low mist kamanchaca [f] BO
group of people of low social class or delinquents mapachada [f] SV
low proof alcoholic drink that is prepared with marcela marcela [f] AR:Ne
low quality adulterated alcoholic drink marranilla [f] MX
low beams luz baja [f] MX HN SV NI CR DO CO VE BO CL PY AR UY
low beams luz corta [f] AR
area of forest surrounded by low vegetation mancha [f] HN
person of low social status and limited education nacha [f] HN
low quality moronganga [f] DO
low quality emerald morralla [f] CO rare
low-class, ignorant and uneducated person naca [f] MX NI BO derog.
low table mesa ratona [f] PA CL AR UY
low quality rum metralla [f] DO child
marginalized person of low social status ñera [f] MX CO:C derog.
low wall surrounding the patio of a house or another construction paredilla [f] PA
women's hat with a wide brim and low crown pava [f] PA CO VE
favorable situation for obtaining something significant for a low price or little effort pichincha (portugués) [f] AR
land covered with low and sparse vegetation ralera [f] AR:Ne
person who monopolizes goods at a low price and then resells them at higher prices ranquera [f] BO
student who passes a course with low grades raspada [f] GT HN SV NI BO
low act putería [f] MX
person who drinks low quality wine quebrachera [f] AR
low class woman ripiera [f] CU
person of low social status rota [f] MX CL derog.
brightly colored low quality fabric salpuria [f] DO
low quality coffee bean only sold domestically resaca [f] HN
hole left by waters evaporating in low marshes sarteneja [f] EC BO:E
low tide seca [f] HN SV CR
low-grade mineral waca [f] BO
low quality high proof rum warfarina (de warfarin®) [f] CU
low class person terraja [f] UY teen derog.
low quality item terraja [f] UY derog.
dry season between may and september when water levels are low vaciante [f] PE:E
high-heel shoe with a low-cut by the instep zapatilla [f] MX DO
low pressure vaguada [f] HN PR VE EC BO
coastal low pressure mass vaguada costera [f] CL
low class gambling den tocoquera [f] VE
low quality marijuana verde limón [f] SV
sleeveless and low cut dress solera [f] BO CL PY AR UY
low quality moonshine tapetusa [f] CO
ply low letters cartear [v]
sing in low voice canturrear [v]
cook with a low fire rehogar [v]
make low-cut clothing escotar [v]
lay low postrar [v]
keep low suprimir [v]
lie low permanecer escondido [v]
cook on low heat dejar cocer a fuego lento [v]
cook over low heat dejar cocer a fuego lento [v]
stoop low caer bajo [v]
cook over low heat cocer a fuego lento [v]
cook over low heat calentar a fuego lento [v]
cook over low heat cocinar a fuego lento [v]
cook on low heat cocinar a fuego lento [v]
have low blood pressure tener la tensión baja [v]
be the low man on the totem pole ser el último mono [v]
stay low and tick achaparrarse [v]
stay low and tick aparragarse [v]
have a low respect estimar en poco [v]
hold in low esteem estimar en poco [v]
have a low opinion estimar en poco [v]
have a low regard estimar en poco [v]
fly at low altitude (fly low) volar a baja cota [v]
sell something at a very low price (usually stolen merchandise) to get rid of it quickly tostonear [v] MX
cause mechanical damage to cars (low pressure of high altitude areas) apunar [v] AR
have mechanical problems in a car due to the low pressure of high altitude areas apuñarse [v] AR
begin to drop into the low 20s caer por debajo de los 20 grados (temperatura) [v]
cook on low calar [v] CO:W
sell at a very low price botar [v] VE
fail a student with a very low grade amasijar [v] AR
work at several low-paying jobs in order to make ends meet busconear [v] PR rur.
work part-time sporadic jobs for low pay cachuelear [v] PE
be low carecer de algo [v]
be low in carecer de [v]
be on the low side estar a la baja (economía) [v]
be low estar bajo [v]
be low in estar bajo de [v]
be on the low side ser bajo [v]
be on the low side ser de pronóstico pesimista [v]
be low tener poco [v]
be low in tener poco de [v]
be low ser bajo [v]
be low in ser bajo en [v]
be low ser escaso [v]
be low in ser escaso [v]
collect the low-hanging leaves of a tobacco plant desbajerar [v] GT NI CR rur.
clear a field, removing first the low-lying vegetation, then the trees and branches, and finally burning the waste chaquear (del quechua) [v] BO
offer low demand merchandise for sale with other items that are in demand convoyar [v] CU disused
be at an all-time low alcanzar el punto más bajo [v]
be at an all-time low alcanzar un mínimo histórico [v]
hang one's head low enfrenar [v] PR
look high and low for sabanear [v] DO VE
cut low branches for kindling repicar [v] PA
low-grade deficiente [adj]
low-quality mediocre [adj]
low-budget de bajo presupuesto [adj]
low-class de baja estofa [adj]
low-class de medio pelo [adj]
low-cost de bajo precio [adj]
low-end de baja calidad [adj]
low-income de bajos ingresos [adj]
low-class barriobajero [adj]
low-income de pocos recursos [adj]
low-flying rasante [adj]
low quality chafa [adj] MX
very low ínfimo [adj]
very low bajísimo [adj]
sold at a low price barato [adj]
low-budget económico [adj]
performed at low temperatures criogénico [adj]
related to shore between high and low tide mark intermareal [adj]
low-fat bajo en grasas [adj]
low-key discreto [adj]
with low morale achicopalado [adj] MX GT HN SV CR CO
from a low socio-economic class (peyorative) alpargatudo [adj] CO VE
low-class sato  [adj] VE derog.
as low as tan bajo como [adj]
as low as poquísimo [adj]
as low as tan poco como [adj]
as low as rastrero [adj]
native to coastal/low lying areas abajeño [adj] PR disused rur.
coming from a low lying region abajeño [adj] BO:W,C,S
low class abajista [adj] CL
native to coastal/low lying areas abajeño [adj] HN CO EC AR
of a low social standing atorrante [adj] CL derog.
person who sells/buys wares at a low price baratero [adj] MX GT HN SV CO VE EC CL
person who sells/buys wares at a low price baratero [adj] AR:Nw
of poor quality and sold at a low price (object) baratieri [adj] NI CR PA EC BO AR UY
low quality callampero [adj] CL
of low intelligence analfayuca [adj] CU derog.
of low intelligence analfacebollón [adj] CU derog.
low-life brosa [adj] PR
of low quality birlocho [adj] BO:W,C
low quality bisorioco [adj] PR
of low consistency buido [adj] GT
from a low social class camisudo [adj] HN
of poor or low quality (thing) cuma [adj] CL derog.
of poor or low quality (thing) cumiento [adj] CL
low or almost inaudible (voice) cuchicheado [adj] DO BO CL PY AR
low-class chulo [adj] CL
low-quality (thing) chulo [adj] CL derog.
low-paid (worker) chupe [adj] PE
low wage (worker) cholero [adj] HN SV
low quality chusco [adj] HN derog.
low quality (product) chuspa [adj] HN
low quality (thing) chorreado [adj] GT
low quality chaucha [adj] UY
low-quality (thing) chirria [adj] HN
low-quality (item) chipichape [adj] PR
low-quality (thing) chopo [adj] DO
low quality fatulo [adj] DO PR
low class guachaca [adj] CL derog.
low class huachaca [adj] CL derog.
all time low mínimo histórico [adj]
of low quality and over used comunacho [adj] PY derog.
low-class huachaca [adj] CL
low-spirited ingerido [adj] CO:C
as low as tan bajo como [adj]
as low as tan escaso como [adj]
as low as tan grave como (notas musicales) [adj]
of low social class jochi [adj] BO:N,E derog.
low-quality lavagallo [adj] DO
low-quality kelper (inglés) [adj] AR
belonging to a low social class jochi [adj] BO:N,E derog.
low calorie liviano [adj] EC
hanging it's head low encocorado [adj] PA
with a low and comfortable gait devanado [adj] PR
low-grade malembe [adj] CU
low-grade malena [adj] CL
low-grade maleta [adj] MX
low-grade maloso [adj] VE
of low quality malembe [adj] CU
of low quality malena [adj] CL
of low quality maleta [adj] MX
of low quality maloso [adj] VE
low quality materva (de materva®) [adj] CU
low quality mistongo [adj] AR
low quality mistongo [adj] UY disused
of low social class mugriento [adj] CL derog.
of low social status naco [adj] HN NI BO CR
of low social status patiero [adj] PA
low class pulento [adj] CL
low class punga [adj] CL derog.
of low quality purete [adj] CR
of low social and economic condition rasca [adj] PY derog.
high pay low work job prebendario [adj] EC BO PY cult
of low social class roticuajo [adj] CL derog.
very low ruin [adj] HN
of low social status sombrerudo [adj] HN
low value zaratoso [adj] HN
low-class villero [adj] AR
low-calorie acalórico [adj]
low and intermediate level waste lilw [m]
low spirits desánimo [m]
low shot contrapicado [m]
a beacon of hope for low-incomers un rayo de esperanza (para las personas con pocos ingresos) [m]
low-paid casual work camarón [m] CAM
a low-class ignorant and uneducated person naco [m]
alcoholic beverage of low quality aclar [m] CR:Nw
person from a low socio-economic class (peyorative) alpargatudo [m] CO VE
low and flat area of plains that floods during winter estero [m]
person of low class percusio [m] VE
bridge of hope for low-incomers puente de esperanza para aquellos que tienen bajos ingresos [m]
bridge of hope for low-incomers puente de esperanza para la clase con menos recursos [m]
mechanical damage to cars caused by the low pressure of high altitude areas apunamiento (del quechua) [m] AR
man who habitually drinks low quality alcohol artillero [m] BO
native man to coastal/low lying areas abajeño [m] PR disused rur.
man who comes from a low lying region abajeño [m] BO:W,C,S
attitude of behaving in a low class manner abajismo [m] CL
native man to coastal/low lying areas abajeño [m] HN CO EC AR
someone of a low social standing atorrante [m] CL derog.
objects and clothes sold at a very low price baratero [m] NI
person who sells/buys wares at a low price baratero [m] AR:Nw
person who sells/buys wares at a low price baratero [m] MX GT HN SV CO VE EC CL
a large amount of stagnant rainwater in low-lying grounds agualotal [m] CR
low quality rubber bleris [m] EC
low quality tobacco bichorno [m] CU
low quality tobacco boliche [m] PR
low quality coffee bean café caritoso [m] PR
low quality coffee bean caritoso [m] PR
low value bead used as a garment adornment añañay (de origen quechua) [m] EC disused