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Meanings of "performs" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 55 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
General
clergyman in an oratory who performs the office of sacristan ayuda de oratorio [f]
someone that performs in a theatrical play or film actriz [f]
someone that performs evil acts malhechora [f]
doctor who performs surgery cirujana [f]
woman who performs illegal abortions cucharera [f] AR derog.
person who, without being a doctor, performs empirical or ritual healing chamarrera [f] VE rur.
prostitute who performs fellatio on the side of the highway chupa-chupa [f] CU
prostitute who performs fellatio on the side of the highway chupachupa [f] CU
person who performs improvised music during parties just for the fun of it chuinera [f] DO
get-together with friends to play guitar or performs music guitarreada [f] EC BO AR UY
white person who performs in black face in this group lubola [f] UY
woman who performs well verraca [f] PA CO
female traditional healer who treats dislocated bones and performs massages to alleviate muscles sobadora [f] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA EC PE
traditional healer who treats dislocated bones and performs massages to alleviate muscles sobandera [f] CO VE
person who performs immoral acts bandido [adj] HN
who performs odd jobs (person) chiripero [adj] DO PR
doctor who performs surgery cirujano [m]
someone that performs in a theatrical play or film actor [m]
someone that performs evil acts malhechor [m]
someone that performs circumcision mohel [m]
someone that performs or writes music músico [m]
someone that performs kidnap secuestrador [m]
someone that performs kidnap raptor [m]
someone that performs kidnap captor [m]
character that performs the auqui dance auquis [m] BO
dancer who performs a folkloric dance with a shotgun and dressed in rags in remembrance of a military heroic deed of the war of the pacific avelino [m] PE
area where a pimp performs his/her activities cafichazgo [m] PE
a man who performs the activities of an assistant in a trade, particularly in construction ayuco [m] BO:W,C
man who performs illegal abortions cucharero [m] AR derog.
person who, without being a doctor, performs empirical or ritual healing chamarrero [m] VE rur.
person who performs improvised music during parties just for the fun of it chuinero [m] DO
juggler who performs tricks using a brush escobero [m] AR UY
juggler who performs tricks using a brush escobillero [m] AR UY
person who performs a job for a longer time than other workers in the same category or specialty hombre ancla [m] CL
white person who performs in black face in this group lubolo [m] UY
sorcerer who performs evil spells sachero [m] PE:E disused
male traditional healer who treats dislocated bones and performs massages to alleviate muscles sobador [m] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA EC PE
traditional healer who treats dislocated bones and performs massages to alleviate muscles sobandero [m] CO VE
man who performs well verraco [m] PA CO
someone that performs pranks bromista [m/f]
someone that performs gymnastics gimnasta [m/f]
someone that performs fraud defraudador [m/f]
official attached to an embassy who performs special services ataché (francés) [m/f] CU UY
street or circus artist who performs tricks with fire escupefuego [m/f] CL rare
Colloquial
prostitute who performs fellatio on the side of the highway chupa chupa [f] CU
causing discomfort or performs bad actions maraco [adj] CL
adult male who typically performs a role attributed to a woman in a ceremony or social task damo [m] CL
prank that someone performs by pulling the head of another towards his pelvic area mamón [m] CL teen
Slang
prostitute who performs fellatio chupapinga [f] PR
person who performs oral sex on a woman minetero [m] BO AR UY
Folklore
afro-cuban rumba dance by a man who performs acrobatic figures columbia [f] CU
woman who performs a traditional dance with a pollera skirt and a milk jug lechera [f] BO
woman who performs this dance palla [f] PE:C,S
dancer who performs in a typical dance wearing 18th century spanish clothing corcovado [m] PE
troupe that performs this dance congo [m] CO:N