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Meanings of "money" in Spanish English Dictionary : 258 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
money pecunia [f]
money numerario [m]
money dinero [m]
General
money pasta [f]
money chita [f]
money plata [f] AMER
money guaca [f]
money música [f]
money dinerario [adj]
money pecuniario [adj]
money capital [m]
money trigo [m]
money viruta [m]
money resuello [m]
money pringue [m/f]
money calés [m/pl]
money talegas [f/pl]
money dineraria [adj/f]
money pecuniaria [adj/f]
money bolsa [f] fig.
money ceca [f]
money plata [f]
money moneda [f]
money bolsico [m] disused
money bolsillo [m]
money numo [m] rare
money oro [m]
money guita (coloquial) [f]
money lana [f]
money perra (moneda) [f]
money plata [f] LAM
money astilla [f] CU
money billetiza [f] MX NI HN rare
money brea [f] SV
money bica [f] US:Sw
money billetiza [f] MX NI HN derog.
money biyuya [f] AR UY disused
money chala (del quechua) [f] BO:W,C rare
money chaúcha [f] PR
money feria [f] MX GT
money candela [f] CU
money gurbia [f] NI CR rare
money mamushaca [f] GT
money mashushaca [f] GT
money marmaja [f] GT HN SV NI
money magua [f] CU disused
money menega [f] AR disused
money mosqueta [f] AR
money movida [f] HN SV
money mullapa [f] EC disused
money papa [f] GT SV NI
money perrita [f] PR
money queca [f] CO
money raya [f] SV
money ventolina [f] AR
money viyuya [f] BO:S AR disused
money viyuya [f] UY rare
money tevena [f] BO:W delinq.
money pisto [m]
money efectivo [m]
money pan [m] fig.
money alpiste [m] HN NI
money billis [m] HN pl.
money billullo [m] HN CL
money billís [m] HN SV pl.
money billuzo [m] EC
money bisne [m] HN SV NI
money beeje [m] SV
money biyis [m] HN
money billegas [m] CO
money billullo [m] HN CL
money billuso [m] EC
money billuzo [m] EC
money billete [m] US MX HN SV NI PA DO CO VE EC PE CR
money brillo [m] UY
money biyuyo [m] MX HN NI PA CO VE BO
money clavo [m] MX
money cuarto [m] DO
money chele [m] DO
money chusqui [m] EC
money centavo [m] MX DO
money cobre [m] DO VE:W AR UY PR
money cobre [m] PE rare
money conquibus [m] NI DO
money coquito [m] CU
money cristo [m] BO
money corte (inglés) [m] BO
money huevo [m] CR
money manejo [m] DO
money manguá [m] CU disused
money mermejo [m] DO
money níquel (inglés nickel) [m] PY
money pisto [m] CR disused
money pisto [m] GT HN SV NI
money principio [m] PR rur.
money quivano [m] BO
money quivo [m] BO
money quinto [m] MX DO
money rúcalo [m] BO
money tuco [m] SV
money ventilete [m] AR UY
money vento [m] PE AR UY disused
money ventolín [m] AR UY
money villegas [m] MX CO PE
money biyís [m/pl] HN SV pl.
money billis [m/pl] HN
money billís [m/pl] HN SV
money biyis [m/pl] HN
money biyís (inglés) [m/pl] HN SV
money cumiches [m/pl] SV
money churupos [m/pl] VE
money chibilines [m/pl] PE
money cañones [m/pl] DO rur.
money cohetes [m/pl] DO
money morlacos [m/pl] MX HN SV BO AR UY CL
money morlacos [m/pl] PE rare
money pesos [m/pl] DO BO
money reales [m/pl] GT HN SV NI VE
money tulúluces [m/pl] DO
money vales [m/pl] SV delinq.
money sopardos [m/pl] AR
money chirilicas [f/pl] SV
money lupias [f/pl] CO:E
money rolas [f/pl] HN SV
money vergas [f/pl] SV
money tablas [f/pl] SV
money dinero
money plata AMER
money riqueza [f]
money caudal [m]
money divisas [f/pl]
Colloquial
money pasta [f] ES
money lana [f] MX
money manteca [f] DO VE
money guita [f] AR UY ES
money manteca [f]
money china [f]
money monis [f] rare
money morusa [f] disused
money guita [f]
money chochosca [f] CR
money chichigua [f] PA
money lilita [f] NI teen
money lumbre [f] SV NI delinq.
money luz [f] MX HN SV NI BO:W
money macaquilla [f] VE:W
money maceada [f] NI BO
money merme [f] PE
money merusa [f] HN
money pastilla [f] GT
money pachocha [f] MX
money yira [f] CU disused
money fierro [m] MX
money real [m] VE
money billete [m]
money cumquibus [m]
money din [m]
money algo [m] VE
money algodón [m] VE
money billete [m] US MX HN SV NI PA DO CO VE EC PE CR
money billuso [m] EC
money bisnes [m] GT NI
money biyuyo [m] MX HN NI PA CO VE BO
money biyuyo [m] MX HN NI PA CO VE BO
money bisne (inglés) [m] HN SV NI
money cullín [m] CL rare
money cushqui (voz quechua) [m] EC teen
money chen chen [m] PA
money chenchén [m] PA
money chiche [m] CL
money chimbilín [m] SV PA
money carbón [m] DO
money guaniquiqui [m] CU
money guano [m] CU
money gallo [m] CU
money maní [m] CU
money masari [m] HN teen
money mango [m] BO
money monumento [m] CU
money melón [m] CU
money perro [m] BO:E
money pistacho [m] HN
money tlaco [m] MX
money vento [m] BO CL delinq.
money tellebi [m] CL disused
money cobres [m/pl] VE
money monises [m/pl]
money cuartos [m/pl]
money billiquines [m/pl] BO pl.
money bisnes (inglés) [m/pl] GT NI
money chichis [m/pl] BO:W,C
money mangos [m/pl] BO AR cult
money mangos [m/pl] PY
money patacones [m/pl] AR
money pesares [m/pl] BO
money pelas [f/pl] ES
money lucas [f/pl] CO
money maracas [f/pl] PA
money varas [f/pl] GT SV
money el vil metal
Idioms
money ripio de peso [m] DO
Slang
money feria [f] MX
money guita [f] ES
money pasta [f] ES
money mosca [f] CR
money plata [f] CR
money harina [f] CR
money castaña [f] SV police
money marmaja [f] MX BO
money macolla [f] GT
money muna (inglés money) [f] VE delinq.
money baro [m] MX SV CU
money pisto [m] SV GT HN
money cuarto [m]
money güevo [m] CR
money huevo [m] CR
money billullo [m] CL
money chipe (del inglés cheap) [m] CL disused
money gel [m] HN teen delinq.
money güita [m] SV delinq.
money chavos [m/pl] CU DO PR
money el barro
money el calé
money los cuartos
money la china
money calés
money la lana
money la guita
money la manteca
money los monises
money la mosca
money los nipos
money el parné
money la pasta
money el pisto
money la tela
money el trigo
money guita
money lleno de vida
Business
money moneda [f]
money plata [f]
money dinero [m]
money numo [m]
Finance
money moneda [f]
money numerario [m]
money dinero [m]
Law
money numo [m]
money dinero [m]
money contado (al)
money papel moneda
Engineering
money fondo [m]
money fondos [m/pl]
Geology
money dinero [m]
Technical
money convertir en moneda [v]
money acuñar moneda [v]
Botanic
money contante [m]
Archaic
money guelte [m]
money gueltre [m]

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

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
(latin a) money plata [f]
(mexican slang) to waste money chupar [v]
invest money situar [v]
pay an amount of money abonar [v]
spend (money) gastar [v]
waste money abrasar [v]
charge (money) cobrar [v]
losing money deficitario [adj]
large amount of money buey (puerto rico) [m]
(andalucian slang) money cuarto [m]
form money contante [m]
General
money belt riñonera [f]
money pouch riñonera [f]
money box hucha (usado más en españa) [f]
pocket money paga [f]
money box alcancía (usado más en américa) [f]
sum of money pella [f]
gate money entrada [f]
gate money taquilla [f]
pocket money propina [f]
gate money recaudación [f]
make money hacer dinero [v]
collect money pedir [v]
extort money from extorsionar [v]
short of money colgado [adj]
ready money líquido [m]
money bag gato [m]
money order giro [m]
money changer cambista [m/f]
short of money colgada [adj/f]
in ready money pecuniariamente [adv]
money-box alcancía [f]
money staked by dealer or banker (at cards) banca [f]
recovery/collection of money cobranza [f]
sum of money cantidad [f]
money given to confirm a bargain caparra [f]
head money capitación [f]
ticket or warrant for receiving money boleta [f] AMER
large sum of money dinerada [f]
mint for coining money ceca [f]
issue of paper money emisión [f]
issue of paper money/bonds emisión [f]
money box hucha [f]
hearth-money humazga [f]
money box guaca [f] CR CU
money-box ladronera [f]
gift of money pensión [f]
drink money maula [f]
remittance of money remesa [f]
drink-money propina [f]
money for the repairs of a church obrería [f]
money paid for watching the harvest meseguería [f]
much money mina [f]
money and victuals allowed to reapers for harvesting misión [f]
misapplication or maladministration of money malversación [f]
loss of money by fraud roncha [f]
recollection or collection of money or taxes recolección [f]
money-bag talega [f]
surplus money vuelta [f]
earnest-money señal [f]
money lost/won at gambling travesía [f]
money-changer agiotadora [f]
receiver or collector of rents or other money cobradora [f]
money-lender usurera [f]
leave a gambling party when winning money amallarse [v] rare CL
recover (money sunk in business) amortizar [v]
call in (money) desmonetizar [v]
negotiate bills and exchange them for money cambiar [v]
win one's money back again desquitarse [v]
pass counterfeit money colar [v]
collect taxes/money colectar [v]
win all the money (at cards) desbancar [v]
trick someone out of money descañonar [v] fig.
spend money/time emplear [v]
come in (money) ingresar [v]
lay out money gastar [v]
save (money) entalegar [v]
hoard money entalegar [v]
hand over money enterar [v] BO CO CU CR HN MX
grant money pensionar [v]
be controlled by love of money metalizarse [v]
deprive of money mondar [v] fig.
gratify a gambler for money lent rociar [v]
throw away (money/time/patience) malgastar [v]
apply (money) to wrong purposes malversar [v]
become current (as money) pasar [v]
pay money/dues recudir [v]
recover money lent reembolsarse [v]
pay money on account socorrer [v]
lend/borrow money on interest usurear [v]
be current (money) valer [v]
obtain money by false pretenses trampear [v]
hand over money pagar dinero [v]
collect taxes/money recaudar [v]
hand over money entregar dinero [v]
lend money to aviar [v]
having lure for money agalludo [adj] CU DO CO VE
belonging to the collection of money cobratorio [adj]
relating to money struck in spanish america columnario [adj]
spurious (money) falso [adj]
sterling (money) (libra) esterlina [adj]
one having to render account of money held in trust cuentadante [adj]
exchange of paper money for coin or coin for bills agio [m]
exchange of paper money for coin or coin for bills agiotaje [m]
verification of money and papers in a safe arqueo [m]
money lent anticipo [m]
money paid for that service caballaje [m]
someone who supplies money to work mines aviador [m] CL
someone who lends money or implements to farmers aviador [m] AMER
money advanced avío [m] AMER
bone on which money is placed in the game of chito chito [m]
bone on which money is place in the game of chito chito [m]
money-drawer cajón [m]
someone who exacts money from winning gamblers baratero [m]
money given by winning gamblers barato [m]
money-changer cambiador [m]
money-changer cambiante [m]
rate of exchange (money) cambio [m]
receiver or collector of rents or other money cobrador [m]
money put out at interest capital [m]
money-bag bolso [m]
purse of money bolso [m]
drain of money desaguadero [m] fig.
large sum of money dineral [m]
a little money dineruelo [m]
some money dineruelo [m]
die for coining money cuño [m]
money received ingreso [m]
money-bag gato [m]
money kept in a bag gato [m]
money paid for the use of money interés [m]
money-box hurtadineros [m] rur. rare
hearth-money fogaje [m]
stock of money peculio [m]
trade in money numulario [m]
money broker numulario [m]
money staked in the game of ombre repuesto [m]
ransom money rescate [m]
bank advancing money on goods delivered for sale lombardo [m]
sum of money monto [m]
portion of tithe paid in money rebujo [m]
passage money pasaje [m]
money table tablero [m]
money-lender usurero [m]
small amount of money saved trapillo [m]
liege-money vasallaje [m]
money voluntarily offered to the king or nation servicio [m]
money-changer agiotador [m]
money-lender (with usury) agiotista [m/f] MX CAM DO CO VE
money-changer agiotista [m/f]
money-lender agiotista [m/f] MX
money-broker cambista [m/f]
one having to render account of money held in trust cuentadante [m/f]
money matters intereses [m/pl]
earnest-money arras [f/pl]
money paid for festival illuminations luminarias [f/pl]
having lure for money agalluda [adj/f] CU DO CO VE
belonging to the collection of money cobratoria [adj/f]
relating to money struck in spanish america columnaria [adj/f]
spurious (money) falsa [adj/f]
without money aflús [adv] MX BO CL
money box guaca [f]
money box alcancía [f]
money bank hucha [f]
deposit of money imposición [f]
a bag of money una bolsa de dinero [f]
a piece of money una moneda [f]
a piece of money una minucia [f]
money-back guarantee garantía de devolución de dinero [f]
extorting money or other property extorsión [f]
someone that loans money at exorbitant interest rates usurera [f]
act of lending money at illegal rates usura [f]
someone that spends money wastefully gastadora [f]
pocket money mensualidad [f]
protection money renta [f]
protection money protección [f]
pocket money mesada [f]
squandering (of money) disipación [f]
money (amount of money) talega [f]
lack of money achicoria [f] AR UY
money kept in piggy bank hucha [f]
someone who obtains money from somebody else by means of threats or hoaxes atracadora [f] CU VE UY
very small amount (especially money) barbacha [f] EC
money box banca [f] US
bag of money bolsa de dinero [f]
big amount of money bicoca [f] NI HN rare
big money billetada [f] HN SV NI
small amount of money tierrita [f] CU
small amount of money agüita [f] CU
small amount of money virulilla [f] CU
money or gift asked for by children on the day of the dead calavera [f] MX
lack of money arrancaera [f] PR
lack of money arranquera [f] CU DO PR
lack of money arranquitis [f] GT DO PR EC
lack of money arrancazón [f] PR
lack of money arranquitis [f] HN rare
great amount of money una bola que no la brinca un chivo [f] CU
amount of something that fits in a pocket (especially money) bolsada [f] HN SV NI
voluntary donation of money bolseada [f] HN SV NI
small amount of money bicoca [f] CL
a lot of money bicoca [f] NI
a lot of money bicoca [f] HN derog.
large amount of money billetada [f] HN SV NI
extra money borona [f] DO
civil servant who used their position to steal money buchona [f] SV derog.
bag of save money burrucha [f] HN NI
sum of saved money burrucha [f] HN NI
sum of saved money burucha [f] HN SV
stash of money burucha [f] HN SV
person who is constantly looking for a way to make money busca [f] AR derog.
woman who visits jail to have sex for money cachorra [f] HN
someone brought to a protest or rally (generally in exchange for food/money) acarreada [f] MX derog.
earning money ganancia de dinero [f]
donation of money donación de dinero [f]
small amount of money clavería [f] PR
small amount of money centavería [f] PR
woman who has sexual intercourse with men for money culipronta [f] CO
money collected from colleagues or friends for a common good cuernuda [f] SV
money collected from several people to share an expense or to make a donation chancha [f] NI PE
money, coins, or bills cifra [f] MX
money, especially paper bills chala (del quechua) [f] AR
benefit or money obtained by a public servant or employee from an individual in return for a favor involving an abuse of their position cutra [f] PE rur.
theft consisting of taking money or a wallet using a knife to slice the place or pocket where victim carries it cirugía [f] MX
squandering of money chorreadera [f] EC
wasting of money chorreadera [f] EC
amount of money paid periodically until a debt is settled entrega [f] PE PY AR UY
disbursement of money to cover a pending obligation erogación [f] MX CR CO EC PE BO CL AR UY
spending of money from a budget erogación [f] MX CR EC
money collection escoba [f] SV
embezzlement or fraudulent use of public money filtración [f] MX NI DO
delivery of money exhibición [f] MX
bribe money fafa [f] GT
small amount of money centavería [f] PR
large quantity of money purruchada [f] CU
amount of money deposited before a cock fight casada [f] GT NI
last of someone's money cera [f] DO
money exchange casa de cambio [f] HN NI CU DO CO EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
money exchange casa de cambios [f] EC BO PY AR
small amount of money clavería [f] PR
heaps of money purruchada [f] CU
amount of money contributed by several people for a common goal guaca [f] HN
money box guaca [f] EC rare
money box guaca [f] CU rur.
money box huaca [f] CU
get-together with friends to earn money and where a meal (sandwiches) is eaten completada [f] CL
money or gift used for a bribe coima [f] CO:Sw rare
money or gift used for a bribe coima [f] MX HN NI CR PA EC CL PY BO
amount of money players bet in a cockfight coima [f] CU
amount of money that is deposited in a bank account consignación [f] CO
person who has become rich quickly and who displays her money cogotuda [f] DO derog.
quantity of money that must be given by someone who receives economic support contraparte (inglés) [f] NI DO PE BO CL
ambition to make money ambición por hacer dinero [f]
ambition to make money ambición por ganar dinero [f]
ambition to make money ambición de hacer dinero [f]
money box huaca [f] CU
money box huacabolas [f] CU
amount of money collected to buy liquor güiya [f] SV
money under the mattress huaca [f] NI CU
money under the mattress huacabolas [f] CU rur.
considerable amount of money, as soon as it is administered or used in commercial transactions harina [f] CR DO
considerable amount of money, as soon as it is administered or used in commercial transactions harina [f] CU disused
considerable amount of money, as soon as it is administered or used in commercial transactions harina [f] NI teen
collect money from several people gurgucha [f] HN
money box guaca [f] PE BO CL
bag of money bolsa de dinero [f]
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
woman who has sex with many men, sometimes for money jugadora [f] PE
party to celebrate a child's first haircut where guests deposit money for each lock cut landa [f] PE:Nw
roll of money mamasada [f] SV
money owed by the national elections tribunal to the political parties for each vote obtained deuda política [f] HN
squandering of money or property manchancha [f] AR
easy money manteca [f] DO
celebration in which envelopes with some amount of money are give out lluvia de sobres [f] CO
roll of money marcanda [f] SV
roll of money marqueta (inglés market) [f] HN SV
amount of money equivalent to 1000 pesos luca [f] AR UY CL
person who made her money illegally macetona [f] CU
money that is easily obtained manteca [f] DO
money bundle mullapa [f] EC disused
money to travel or move to another place movilidad [f] PE
wad of money paca (francés) [f] PR VE
money bags palogruesa [f] CL
total lack of money palmazón [f] NI
person who asks for money with no intention of returning it, or simply requests it for said purpose pechera [f] PY
amount of money bet on a dice roll parada [f] HN SV NI
amount of money or goods added to an exchange to make a fair trade paltana [f] EC
large amount of money cualquier plata [f] CL AR UY
easy money plata dulce [f] CL AR UY
illegal distribution of public goods or money piñata [f] HN NI
significant thing that can be obtained with little effort or money pichincha (portugués) [f] BO:W CL PY AR UY
children's game of chance involving betting money or other objects pirinola [f] HN NI CO
big money platada [f] GT HN SV NI
money earned from doing something illegal rebusca [f] PA
amount of money raised by a group savings pool polla [f] CL
part of the money obtained given to a friend or broker raja [f] HN
endless amount of money puchuela [f] EC
dirty money raja [f] GT
amount of money pupusa [f] NI
large amount of money purruchada [f] PR
wasting or heavy spending of money rajonería [f] HN SV
person who prays in cemeteries in exchange for food or money rezadora [f] BO:W
percentage of money made from stealing from daily purchases or other things sencilla [f] PE disused
constant request for money sableadera [f] GT
woman who takes money from men by flirting sacadora [f] NI derog.
hush money untada [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR CU DO CO BO CL AR
hush money untada [f] UY disused
amount of money given as a bribe untada [f] HN SV
amount of money given as a bribe untura [f] HN
money pocket tilsa [f] NI teen
money collected from several people for a specific expense vaca [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU DO VE BO CL
new year's eve character typically a man dressed as a woman who dances and begs for money in the street before midnight viuda [f] PE
new year's eve character typically a man dressed as a woman who dances and begs for money in the street before midnight viuda [f] EC
new year's eve character typically a man dressed as a woman who dances and begs for money in the street before midnight viuda loca [f] EC
money collected from several people for a specific expense vaquita [f] MX BO AR UY
saved money verruga [f] SV
woman that accompanies truckers for money trailera [f] HN
money or merchandise transfer to a third party triangulación [f] EC
pocket money embolsar [v]
swindle money trampear [v]
scrounge money from sablear [v]
encourage with money incentivar [v]
win back one's money desquitarse [v]
(the money) be stuck in atm machine atascarse en el cajero (dinero) [v]
(money) be transferred estar transferido (dinero) [v]
(money) come in llegar (dinero) [v]
(money) come from something llegar de algo (un dinero) [v]
save money empacar [v] AR
put up money apuntar [v]
lay out (money) expender [v]
earn a large amount of money hacer su agosto [v]
win a large amount of money hacer su agosto [v]
earn a large amount of money hacerse la américa [v]
win a large amount of money hacerse la américa [v]
extort money chantajear [v]
fritter money away on something malgastar dinero en algo [v]
be pressed (for time/money) andar escaso (de tiempo/de dinero) [v]
need the money hacerle falta el dinero [v]
need the money necesitar el dinero [v]
pay ransom money pagar un rescate [v]
embezzle money desfalcar dinero [v]
waste money despilfarrar dinero [v]
waste money desperdiciar dinero [v]
waste money derrochar dinero [v]
return money devolver dinero [v]
inherit money heredar dinero [v]
have plenty of money tener dinero [v]
follow the money seguir la ruta del dinero [v]
stake all one's money echar el resto [v]
mint money acuñar dinero (de papel y metal) [v]
coin money acuñar dinero (de papel y metal) [v]
manage money administrar dinero [v]
have some money tener algún dinero [v]
have some money tener algo de dinero [v]
have money tener lana [v]
be short of money andar mal de dinero [v]
earn some money ganar algo de dinero [v]
make money ganar dinero [v]
earn money ganar dinero [v]
spend money on something gastar dinero en algo [v]
collect money recaudar dinero [v]
lose money hacer aguas [v]
make money hacer plata [v]
count the money hacer caja [v]
withdraw money retirar dinero [v]
take out money retirar dinero [v]
withdraw money sacar dinero [v]
take out money sacar dinero [v]
launder money blanquear dinero [v]
launder money lavar dinero [v]
provide someone with money proporcionar dinero a alguien [v]
give the stolen money back reponer el dinero robado [v]
be behind with paying money that is owed estar retrasado en los pagos [v]
save up money juntar dinero [v]
put money in the bank meter dinero en el banco [v]
deposit money in the bank meter dinero en el banco [v]
put a sum of money in a bank deyectar [v]
hide the money acuñar [v] SV
put money in a fund (two or more people) acuotarse [v] BO
lend money with mortgage security on real estate afincar [v] CU
scam money administrar [v] PR
give money to someone alivianar [v] NI
waste money foolishly despilfarrar [v]
accommodate someone with money prestarle a alguien dinero [v]
accommodate someone with money facilitarle a alguien dinero [v]
accumulate money acumular dinero [v]
bring in money traer dinero [v]
bring spending money traer dinero para gastar [v]
broach the subject of money tocar el tema de dinero [v]
keep some of the money that should be given to someone else apuntarse [v] CU
have money apuñalearse [v] CO:N
put part of the money won in a game into one's pocket apuñalear [v] DO
win all of a player's money arropar [v] NI
be provided a large quantity of money armarse [v] MX GT SV CU AR UY
obtain money or something else that was needed armarse [v] CU
get money from someone in an ingenious way arañar [v] CU
win all of the money in a game arrancarse [v] PR
take more money than what was stipulated (particularly in a bet) arrancharse [v] CU
give money to someone arriar [v] DO
relish in some good (usually money) abanicarse [v] CL
retain a certain amount of money for the payment of a debt (person/financial institution) atajar [v] EC
address someone to ask for something (particularly money) atacar [v] SV CU
show the money from gambling and, if possible, to keep it with an impartial third party (a player) asolear [v] VE:W
remain without the money needed to pay a debt atrasarse [v] HN EC
lend money to farmers/miners aviar [v] PA AR disused rur.
receive a lot of money bañarse [v] DO
become hard up for money quedarse sin dinero [v]
ask for one’s money back pedir que devuelvan el dinero [v]
barely had enough gas money to come apenas tener suficiente gasolina para venir [v]
ask to borrow money pedir dinero prestado [v]
make a lot of money ganar mucho dinero [v]
provide protection in a prison (in exchange for favors/money/other goods ) amadrinar [v] MX
waste money botar [v] AMER
deliver a sum of money to someone apear [v] CU
charge a certain amount of money for goods/service apear [v] CR
invest money in a risky game, company, or business apeligar [v] AR:Ne rur. disused
donate money amollar [v] BO
greedily collect and save money/valuables amorralar [v] UY
search someone's clothes for money bolsillear [v] AR
give money to someone brotar [v] GT
spend money on amusements bonchar [v] VE
work a lot but earn very little money in exchange burrear [v] SV
have access to something (particularly money/a bank loan) accesar (inglés) [v] HN SV
be generous (especially with money) abrir [v] VE
save with stinginess (especially money) acamalar [v] AR rare
hoard with stinginess (especially money) acamalar [v] AR rare
ask someone for money abordar [v] CU
ask someone for money abordar [v] US rare
earn a lot of money ganar mucho dinero [v]
earn money from ganar dinero de [v]
earn money from internet ganar dinero con internet [v]
earn money from the internet ganar dinero con internet [v]
earn some amount of money ganar cierta cantidad de dinero [v]
draw money sacar dinero del banco [v]
be obsessed with money estar obsesionado con el dinero [v]
be obsessed with money estar obsesionado por el dinero [v]
donate money donar dinero [v]
spend time/money on something that in the end does not meet one's expectations clavar [v] BO CL AR UY
leave someone without money/belongings despeluzar [v] NI CU PR
leave someone without money/belongings despelucar [v] MX PR CL
overspend one's money desajustarse [v] MX HN SV NI
squander money desbalagar [v] HN SV
debit money from an account debitar (inglés to debit) [v] AMER
deduct some amount of money from one's salary descalfar [v] HN NI
deduct money from a day's/week's pay descolar [v] NI rare rur.
ask for money from those in attendance at an event or meeting charolear [v] MX
spend one's money on alcohol chupar [v] HN
pay the treasury a certain amount of money as a tariff enterar [v] CR
sexually satisfy a man for money or favors (woman) entregar [v] HN DO
waste money farrearse [v] BO
ask to borrow money fajar [v] CU PR BO
pay out a sum of money to satisfy a payment erogar [v] MX CR DO CO VE EC PE BO PY AR UY
pay out money to cover an outstanding obligation erogar [v] CR DO CO VE EC PE BO PY AR UY
spend money from a budget erogar [v] MX CR EC
play for money, usually cards or dice escolasar [v] AR
play for money, usually cards or dice escolasear [v] AR UY
deliver money to someone enterar [v] MX HN NI BO
lose all of one's money escotar [v] PR
give a quantity of money to someone exhibir [v] MX
give money estornudar [v] SV
squander money farrearse [v] BO
leave someone without money or belongings espelucar [v] DO PR
win the entire pot, all of the money the players bet espirriar [v] CR disused rur.
accommodate someone with money proporcionarle a alguien dinero [v]
bet a small amount of money on a game centavear [v] MX
put down the money for a bet casar [v] CR CO
spend a small portion of an amount of money that was destined for another expense casar [v] BO:W,C,S
contribute the missing money to complete a set amount ajustar [v] MX GT HN SV NI EC
save money ajustar [v] CR disused
reduce the amount of money in an commercial transaction in order to facilitate it castigar [v] CL
earn some money with small contract jobs or by providing small services canchar [v] PE
give money cebar [v] DO
contribute an amount of money to a party, celebration, or cause cantearse [v] DO
pay an amount of money for something that costs nothing cantearse [v] DO
accumulate money acumular dinero [v]
accumulate money juntar dinero [v]
lend money in the short term with a high interest and take a valuable object as collateral garrotear [v] CU
hand out money fumigar [v] PA
waste money fundirse [v] CL
squander money fundirse [v] CL
allocate money repartir dinero [v]
allocate money adjudicar dinero [v]
allocate money (from the budget) asignar dinero (procedente del presupuesto) [v]
allocate money from the budget for asignar dinero del presupuesto para [v]
allot money from the budget for destinar fondos del presupuesto para [v]
commit to give a significant amount of money or actually give a significant amount of money cuadrarse [v] CL
give money or gifts to someone to obtain something unlawfully coimear [v] NI PA PE BO CL PY AR UY
obtain something, especially money, through deceit cortar [v] DO
deposit money in a bank account consignar [v] CO
take swigs of liquor for small amounts of money conchar [v] DO
look for money to buy drugs corsear [v] PR drug
anticipate getting money esperar a recibir dinero [v]
anticipate getting money anticipar recibir dinero [v]
require a certain amount of money, effort, or time to carry out (project insumir [v] EC rare
require a certain amount of money, effort, or time to carry out (project insumir [v] PY AR UY
easy money guisar [v] PR
contribute something to an institution, bank, or business, typically money inyectar [v] MX HN SV CR DO CO PE PY UY CL
contribute the money necessary to keep a bank or financial institution solvent (government) inyectar [v] EC rare
earn money easily guisar [v] PR
barely had enough gas money to come tener la gasolina justa para llegar [v]
ask for something insistently and with importunity, especially money jetear [v] AR