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Meanings of "skin" in Spanish English Dictionary : 109 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
skin piel [f]
skin cáscara [f]
skin cuero [m]
skin pellejo [m]
skin cutis [m]
General
skin camisa [f]
skin pelleja [f]
skin tela [f]
skin tez [f]
skin corteza [f]
skin monda [f]
skin nata [f]
skin pelar [v]
skin escorchar [v]
skin deshollejar [v]
skin desollar [v]
skin despellejar [v]
skin superficial [adj]
skin epidérmico [adj]
skin cutáneo [adj]
skin dérmico [adj]
skin dermoprotector [adj]
skin pelambre [m]
skin epidérmica [adj/f]
skin cutánea [adj/f]
skin dermoprotectora [adj/f]
skin dérmica [adj/f]
skin hollejo [m]
skin máscara [f]
skin capa [f]
skin concha [f] HN NI CO VE
skin pireca [f] PY AR:Ne
skin rasguñarse [v]
skin pelajear [v] AR:Nw rare
skin shipear [v] SV
skin ollejo [m]
skin cute [m] DO
skin xolochtle [m] MX disused rur.
skin pelleta [f]
skin rapar [v]
skin epidermis [f]
skin corteza (de algunas frutas) [f]
skin quitar el pellejo [v]
skin quitar la piel [v]
skin cubrir superficialmente [v]
skin mondar [v]
skin cubrirse de pellejo [v]
skin de tegumento [v]
skin cicatrizarse [v]
skin tegumento [m]
skin pellejo (de algunas frutas) [m]
skin odre (para líquidos) [m]
skin pellejo (para líquidos) [m]
skin cuero para líquidos
Colloquial
skin cuerada [f] CL
skin censurar [v]
skin criticar [v]
skin vituperar [v]
skin cuerear [v]
skin cuerito [m] AR:Nw
Slang
skin esquilmar [v]
Law
skin forro [m]
Computer
skin carátula [f]
Engineering
skin dermis [f]
skin costra [f]
skin película [f]
skin envuelta [f]
skin piel [f]
skin capa delgada
skin acabado duro
skin capa final
skin capa fina
Chemistry
skin piel [f]
skin costra [f]
skin corteza [f]
skin cáscara [f]
Astronomy
skin corteza [f]
skin envuelta [f]
skin capa exterior [f]
skin revestimiento metálico [m]
skin capa exterior
skin revestimiento metálico
Medicine
skin piel [f]
Architecture
skin piel [f]
skin forro [m]
Technical
skin descostrar [v]
skin rozar [v]
skin enrasar [v]
skin desescoriar [v]
skin cicatrizar [v]
skin cubrir con piel [v]
skin capa exterior delgada
skin película membranosa
Aeronautics
skin revestimiento metálico
skin revestimiento del avión
Nautical
skin forros de un buque [m/pl]
Transportation
skin superficie [f]
skin forro [m]
Gastronomy
skin piel /pelar
Petrol
skin área expuesta de la formación adyacente al pozo
Mineralogy
skin superficie [f]
Energy
skin superficie [f]
skin corteza [f]
skin envuelta [f]
skin piel [f]
skin revestimiento [m]
skin capa exterior
Plastics
skin película membranosa [f]
skin capa exterior delgada [f]

Meanings of "skin" in English Spanish Dictionary : 1 result(s)

İspanyolca İngilizce
General
skin [adj/mf] skinhead

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

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
(fruit) skin cáscara [f]
(skin) rash erupción [f]
skin (an animal) pelar [v]
animal skin cuero [m]
(skin) callus callo [m]
(skin) corn callo [m]
General
skin-diving inmersión [f]
save one's skin salvar el pellejo [v]
skin-deep epidérmico [adj]
flap of skin colgajo [m]
fox skin zorro [m]
skin-deep epidérmica [adj/f]
skin of boiled milk nata [f]
facial skin cutis [m]
skin alive desollar vivo
angora goat skin angorra [f]
indigenous of the philippines mountains, distinguished by small stature and dark skin aeta [adj]
lined with ermine skin armiñado [adj] disused
premature lamb's skin abortón [m]
newborn skin rash alhorre (árabe) [m]
skin scratch araño [m]
ermine skin armiño [m]
indigenous of the philippines mountains, distinguished by small stature and dark skin aeta [m/f]
candidiasis of the skin dermocandidiasis [f]
source-skin distance ssd [f]
skin test cutirreacción [f]
onion skin tela de cebolla [f]
onion skin binza [f]
fuzz on the skin of a peach vellosidad [f]
kind of growth occurring on the skin verruga [f]
someone who has dark skin negra [f]
outer skin of citrus ralladura [f]
animal skin pelleja [f]
1 m long aquatic mustelid with very fine skin ababari [f] BO
skin rash alfombrilla [f] CU
scrotal skin alforja [f] SV
sensation of pain and irritation caused by a burn or contact of the skin with certain substances/plants ardezón [f] CR
a cosmetic preparation of glycerine, alcohol, rose water and orange blossom water used by women to whiten skin agua de cara [f] EC
river mud which is used for hair-washing and skin conditioning bola de peña [f] DO
variety of pumpkin characterized by the extreme hardness of its skin calabaza de casco [f] PR rur.
welt (skin) broña [f] SV
person who has almost white skin blancona [f] PE BO
skin burn abrasada [f] MX HN NI
dog skin piel de perro [f]
irritation on some part of the skin desafornadura [f] HN
redness on some part of the skin desafornadura [f] HN
chafing on some part of the skin desafornadura [f] HN
person with dark skin and straight hair culisa [f] PA
pig skin lightly roasted in its own grease, chopped into small bits and seasoned with salt and chili pepper cuchicara [f] EC PE BO
woman with dark skin and straight hair culisa [f] PA
two fruits in the same skin or peel chachagua [f] HN rur.
two fruits in the same skin or peel chachagua [f] NI
deep fried pork skin charrasca [f] NI
bulge, especially on the skin cutuma [f] CL
ulcer on an animal's skin, generally a horse cháquira [f] SV
ulcer on an animal's skin, generally a horse chaquirria [f] GT
ulcer on an animal's skin, generally a horse chaquira [f] HN
scratch on a person's or animal's skin chimada [f] HN NI CR
scratch on a person's or animal's skin chimadura [f] HN NI CR
tropical disease that affects people causing ulcerations on the skin espundia [f] PE BO
leftover meat with skin and fat used as dog food filtrafa [f] PR
chaffing and scab produced by a skin disease like scabies or ringworm caracha [f] DO PE BO PY
animal's skin carne postiza [f] SV
person's skin carne postiza [f] SV
tan (skin) canela [f] PA CU DO PR
person with dark skin güemba [f] HN
flaccid skin gualdrapa [f] NI
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair choca [f] BO
group of us citizens or foreigners with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringada [f] BO
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringa [f] EC BO CL
latina with light skin and eyes gringa de agua dulce [f] HN derog.
allergic skin piel alérgica [f]
cream for softening skin and hair cold cream [f] CU
skin removed in a single piece copina [f] MX rare
itching, inflammation, or irritation of the skin cocedura [f] CL
apple skin piel de manzana [f]
person with light skin but mestizo features india chele [f] SV derog.
shingles (skin disease) hicotea [f] PR rur.
congenital dark red spot on the skin mancha de la luna [f] NI CU DO
infected skin wound ñáñara [f] PA
blond woman with white skin paya [f] AR:Nw
cracking of skin caused by wind and excessive cold paspa [f] EC AR:Nw BO:C,W
cracking of the skin of hands, lips, or buttocks of a baby paspadura [f] BO:C,W AR PY UY
dark skin pinta [f] DO
drum covered with goat skin plenera [f] PR
roast meat skin pireca [f] PY
person of white and black parents with light skin and eyes and curly light brown or blond hair rusa [f] CU
strap mark on skin zanja [f] CU PR CO UY
skin wound yaya [f] CU PE CL child
skin wound yayai [f] CU child
strip skin off despellejar [v]
strip skin off desollar [v]
remove the skin of desollar [v]
remove the skin of despellejar [v]
remove skin pelar [v]
perforate the skin perforar la piel [v]
cut/injure the skin lonjear [v] SCN
remove skin descamisar [v]
sting the skin intensely arar [v] BO
superficially harm the skin aruñetear [v] HN NI
superficially harm one's skin aruñetearse [v] HN NI
have one's skin burnt or irritated after excessive exposure to sunlight aterrillarse [v] CU
darken one's skin azopilotarse [v] NI
shed hair/skin botar [v] NI VE
shuck the skin off a fruit/seed/root/tuber desconchar [v] HN VE
skin a cow desconchar [v] VE:W
skin an animal descuerar [v] HN NI VE PE BO CL AR
lose part of the skin on a finger due to a blow desmontarse [v] PA
suffer from reddened skin desafornarse [v] HN SV
peel off part of one's skin after exposure to sunburn/cold despelecharse [v] BO
remove the skin of a fruit despenicar [v] GT HN SV
become detached from the body (skin) descarapelarse [v] MX CO
remove the skin of something descarachar [v] CO:Sw
suffer from irritated skin desafornarse [v] HN SV
become pulled back (skin) descarapelarse [v] MX CO
suffer from chafed skin desafornarse [v] HN SV
skin a dead cattle cuerear [v] CL AR UY rur.
become wrinkled with age (skin) charrapearse [v] NI rare
(cockfighting) toughen up the skin on the face of the fighter cock to protect it from its opponent's pecks curtir [v] PR
get under one's skin chorear [v] CL
extend the skin of an animal on stakes for drying estacar [v] HN BO AR
become blistered (someone's skin) envejigarse [v] HN
peel or remove the skin or bark carar [v] BO rur.
get goosebumps (skin) grifarse [v] CR DO
skin animals by removing their skin in a single piece copinar [v] MX rare
irritation or inflammation of the skin cocer [v] CL
insult or despise because of prejudice against dark colored skin negrear [v] DO
suffer an irritation or cracking of the skin on the buttocks or genitals due to urine pasparse [v] PY AR UY
irritate the skin pelar [v] CU
rub ointment on skin sobijar [v] PA
have irritated skin sollamarse [v] HN NI
irritate one's skin sollamar [v] NI
skin-related cutáneo [adj]
with light skin and/or blond hair güero [adj] MX
with skin patterned in white and black patches tordo [adj]
skin and bones enjuto [adj]
leathery (of skin) curtido [adj]
tanned (skin color) mate [adj] SA
related to the fatty layer under the skin subcutáneo [adj]
pertaining to the skin dermatológico [adj]
pertaining to the skin cutáneo [adj]
pertaining to the skin epidérmico [adj]
skin-tight muy ajustado [adj]
skin-deep superficial [adj]
lightly tanned (skin tone) apiñonado [adj] MX
with a lightly tanned skin tone apiñonado [adj] MX
light brown (skin tone) arrosquetado [adj] VE
wrinkled due to having been in contact with sunlight for a prolonged period of time (skin) aturrado [adj] HN SV rur.
wrinkled due to having been in contact with water for a prolonged period of time (skin) aturrado [adj] HN SV rur.
of light brown skin amarcigado [adj] PE
person who has almost white skin blancuchento [adj] CL
person who has almost white skin blancuzo [adj] CU
person who has almost white skin blancuso [adj] CU
with reddened skin desafornado [adj] HN SV
with the skin pulled back descarachado [adj] CO:W
pulled back from the body (skin) descarapelado [adj] MX CO
washed (skin) desempercudido [adj] CU PR
with irritated skin desafornado [adj] HN SV
detached from the body (skin) descarapelado [adj] MX CO
with chafed skin desafornado [adj] HN SV
with a thick skin (horse) cuerudo [adj] PR
together in the same skin or peel (fruit) chachaguato (del náhuatl) [adj] HN
together in the same skin or peel (fruit) chacho [adj] HN SV NI
with haggard skin curudo [adj] PR
suffering from cute, or some similar skin disease (person) cutoso [adj] VE:W
having dirty skin from not bathing (person) cutroso [adj] PA:Nw rur.
having ulcers on their skin (person or animal) chaquirriento [adj] GT
appearing to be white based on skin color and features (for a mulatto) capirro [adj] CU
scratched (person's or animal's skin) chimado [adj] HN
ivory colored (woman skin) capulí [adj] PE
blistered (person's skin) chupiento [adj] PE:E
blistered (person's skin) chupudo [adj] AR:Nw
covered in boils (person's skin) chupiento [adj] PE:E
covered in boils (person's skin) chupudo [adj] AR:Nw
native of ecuador (with straight hair, indigenous features, and dark skin) cholo [adj] EC:C derog.
who has straight hair and dark skin (person) cholo [adj] CR PA
with pale skin cherche [adj] HN SV rur.
with pale skin cherchoso [adj] SV
infected with carare or any similar skin disease cararoso [adj] VE
being skin and bones cangrejo [adj] DO
being skin and bones celeco [adj] SV
being skin and bones celeque [adj] SV
being skin and bones seleque [adj] HN SV NI
with flaccid skin guango [adj] MX
tough or rough skin (animal) conchudo [adj] VE
weathered (skin on the hands) cortajeado [adj] CU AR
dark (skin) indio [adj] DO
with a violet skin and yellow flesh huayro [adj] PE
having light colored skin and curly hair jabado [adj] PA DO
light-colored (skin) lavado [adj] DO EC CU rare
having pale skin jato [adj] HN
foreigner with light skin and hair kanka [adj] BO
having whitish skin jato [adj] HN
lightened (skin) despercudido (méxico/guatemala/nicaragua/panamá/puerto rico/colombia/venezuela [adj]
skin-tight mamado [adj] HN NI
lightened (skin) desempercudido [adj] CU PR
suffering from skin ulcers or hives ñoludo [adj] SV
skin disease caused by herpes producing cold sores on the face and body pinto [adj] MX
with chapped skin peludo [adj] CL
with windburned skin peludo [adj] CL
with chafed skin peludo [adj] CL
with dark skin polvorón [adj] NI
unattractive with bulging eyes, dark skin, and curly hair sapo [adj] PY derog.
skin and bones xuxac [adj] MX:Se disused rur.
skin (face) cutis [m]
skin diving submarinismo [m]
cartoon character with blue skin and a white cap pitufo [m]
someone with light skin güero [m] MX
stretching out of the skin estaqueamiento [m]
skin cancer cáncer de piel [m]
kind of skin tumor melanoma [m]
someone who has dark skin negro [m]
prick (in the skin) piquete [m]
beef grilled in a particular manner without removing the skin asado con cuero [m] AR UY
part of the feather that is embedded into the skin calzado [m] CU
skin disease (with white patches on the skin) bienteveo [m] SV NI
person who has almost white skin blancón [m] PE BO
a creature very close to white due to their light skin color and features blanconazo [m] CU
skin tumor bututo [m] NI
dermatological product for removing dark spots from the skin desmanchador [m] PE
person with dark skin and straight hair culiso [m] PA
fungal skin infection cuijo [m] NI
person's skin cuero [m] CL
grilled pig skin, which due to the heat becomes inflated and pops cuero reventado [m] EC
thick skin cuero de elefante [m] CL
acute inflammation of the epithelial skin of the sole of the foot cuero siete cueros [m] HN
thick skin cuero duro [m] CL rare
man with dark skin and straight hair culí [m] PA
belt of pig skin with large pockets and decorated with silver coins chanchero [m] AR
disease characterized by white, red, or dark blue lesions on the skin cute [m] VE:W
grime or filth on the skin from not bathing cutre [m] PA:Nw rur.
sore (on a horse's skin) chayaste [m] SV rare rur.
spare skin chongo [m] NI
flap of skin chongo [m] NI
loose skin chongo [m] NI
newborn lamb skin chiporro [m] CL
stinging of the skin escaldo [m] GT
skin irritation escaldo [m] GT
burning sensation on the skin fogareté [m] DO
stinging of the skin fogareté [m] DO
skin disease caracol [m] DO
thin layer of meat between the skin and sternum of cattle carapecho [m] BO
tropical disease characterized by white or pink spots on the skin that usually spread throughout the body, caused by the treponema carateum bacteria carare [m] VE
rooster with dark almost black skin similar to the guinea fowl carniprieto [m] PR
person with dark skin güembo [m] HN
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair choco [m] BO
welt or skin rash due to illness caused by ringworm giote [m] MX
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringo [m] EC BO CL
latino with light skin and eyes gringo de agua dulce [m] HN derog.
group of us citizens or foreigners with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair gringuerío [m] BO
dark spot of the skin on the lower back that many mestizo or indigenous people have comalito [m] HN
small pouch made of sheep skin where coca leaves are carried hualqui [m] PE
skin lesion insulto [m] VE
infection of the skin and mucous membranes caused by fungi of the genus candida gusanillo [m] CR
person with light skin but mestizo features indio chele [m] SV derog.
skin irritation insulto [m] VE
ointment for skin irritation hipoglós (de hipoglós®) [m] EC BO CL PY rare
disease that produces whitish, reddish, or dark blue lesions on the skin jovero [m] DO
disease that produces whitish, reddish, or dark blue lesions on the skin jobero [m] CO:N disused
disease that produces whitish, reddish, or dark blue lesions on the skin jobero [m] DO
veterinary pharmaceutical product to cure skin diseases matagusano [m] CU
tropical disease characterized by whitish, reddish, or dark blue skin lesions mal del pinto [m] MX
skin tag mezquino [m] CO
soft skin similar to nappa leather used to line the inside of shoes and boots nubo [m] HN
blond man with white skin payo [m] AR:Nw
cicada larva used to cure skin infections quirate [m] PA rur.
person of white and black parents with light skin and eyes and curly light brown or blond hair ruso [m] CU
accumulated of dirt and sweat on skin zurro [m] PA
hanging skin on the neck of cattle talguate [m] GT
skin-diver submarinista [m/f]
foreigner with light skin and red, blond, or light brown hair kanka [m/f] BO
person with rough and dirty skin kaka [m/f] BO:S,C
person with cracked and tanned skin due to cold kanka uya [m/f] BO:W
person with white skin, blond or brown hair, and high socioeconomic status who generally lives in the city kara [m/f] BO:W derog.
appliances for skin or hair care aparatos para el cuidado de la piel y el cabello [m/pl]
skin-tight muy ajustada [adj/f]
skin and bones piel y huesos [loc/adj] EC BO UY
skin test prueba cutánea
onion skin tela de poca consistencia
skin magazine revista porno
a kind of onion with reddish purplish skin cebolla roja
skin and bones piel y huesos
pale skin piel pálida
fisk skin piel de pez
blister on the skin ampolla [f]
ermine skin armelina [f]
piece of chamois-skin used for polishing alpañata [f]
dressed lamb/kid-skin cabritilla [f]
banana skin chira [f] CR
thin skin about the flanks of cattle babilla [f]
part of the hide or skin covering the backbone of an animal cerrada [f]
dressed sheep-skin badana [f]
napless spot (on cloth/skin) calva [f]
skin taken off whole copina [f] MX rare
skin bag for oil/wine corambre [f]
thin skin of almonds or other fruit camisa [f]
lamb's skin corderina [f]
skin or rind crústula [f]
fleshy side of a hide/skin carnaza [f]
skin of pressed grapes casca [f]
state of silk-worm when sloughing its skin dormida [f]
scarf-skin epidermis [f]
scratch/fissure in the skin grieta [f]
stripped skin of a sheep pelada [f]
animal's hide/skin pelleja [f]
small skin pellejina [f]
small hide/skin pellejuda [f]
small dressed skin pellica [f]
swan skin lanilla [f]
fleecy skin put under a yoke melenera [f]
thin skin membrana [f]
ox-skin bag for wine odrina [f]
shark-skin lija [f]
skin of the dog-fish lija [f]
part of a skin corresponding to the navel (tannery) ombligada [f]
dust, leaves or floss of certain american trees which produce intense smarting of the skin picapica [f]
peel/skin of fruits piel [f]
skin-dealer peletera [f]
skin over cicatrizarse [v]
skin (grapes) deshollejar [v]
remove a skin entire copinar [v] MX rare
shed off the skin which covers a deer's tenderlings descorrear [v]
flay (skin) descortezar [v]
break out in the skin (as a rash) escupir [v]
cause the formation of skin over a wound encorecer [v]
half indian (skin colour) acholado [adj] AMER
having different-coloured skin at the loins albardado [adj]
marked like a tiger's skin atigrado [adj]
having striped skin (cattle) chorreado [adj]
hating a shepherd's jacket of undressed sheep-skin enzamarrado [adj]
having a great quantity of skin pellejudo [adj]
unborn lamb's skin abortón [m]
skin eruption in the newly born alhorre [m]
dressed buck/buffalo skin ante [m]
wart (on skin) cadillo [m]
soft dressed skin for gloves baldés [m]
wine-skin barquino [m]
serpent's skin despojo [m]
deer-skin cohobo [m]
cosmetic for whitening the skin blanquete [m]
small skin for wine/oil boto [m]
small skin/hide cuerezuelo [m]
skin of a roasted sucking-pig cuerezuelo [m]
tanned skin cuero [m]
goat-skin receptacle for wine/oil cuero [m]
beaver-skin castor [m]
eruption in the skin fuego [m]
goat-skin bag used in the transport of flour fuelle [m] rur. rare
dressed deer-skin estezado [m]
pustule on the skin grano [m]
skin eruption fogaje [m] AR MX
skin-dealer peletero [m]
small skin pellejudo [m]
long robe of skin/fur pellón [m]
skin hanging from the chin perigallo [m]
wine-skin odre [m]
dressed wine-skin piezgo [m]
foot of a hide/skin piezgo [m]
skin of pressed grapes, olives, cotton seed orujo [m]
a parasitic worm which burrows under the skin of man or animals tórsalo [m] CAM
an insect of the order díptera which bores through the human skin sotuto [m] BO
long robe of skin/fur pellote [m]
saddle-bags of skin cedras [f/pl]
spots on the skin (in fevers) pintas [f/pl]
half indian (skin colour) acholada [adj/f] AMER
having different-coloured skin at the loins albardada [adj/f]
hating a shepherd's jacket of undressed sheep-skin enzamarrada [adj/f]
marked like a tiger's skin atigrada [adj/f]
having striped skin (cattle) chorreada [adj/f]
having a great quantity of skin pellejuda [adj/f]
bear's skin piel de oso [f]
dog-skin piel de perro [f]
scarf-skin cutícula [f]
throw one's skin mudar la piel (la sierpe) [v]
be soaked to the skin estar calado hasta los huesos [v]
skin over cicatrizarse [v]
skin over hacerse costras [v]
skin-tight ajustado como un guante [adj]
kip-skin becerro [m]
grape-skin hollejo [m]
Idioms
by the skin of one's teeth por un pelo [adv]
raised skin piel de gallina [f]
nearly jump out of one's skin estar con el alma en un hilo [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin estar con el alma en vilo [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin tener el alma en un hilo [v]
almost jump out of one's skin estar muerto de miedo [v]
almost jump out of one's skin estar con el alma en un puño [v]
be scared out of one's skin estar con el alma en un hilo [v]
be scared out of one's skin estar con el alma en vilo [v]
be scared out of one's skin tener el alma en un hilo [v]
be scared out of one's skin caerse muerto de miedo [v]
be scared out of one's skin no llegarle a uno la camisa al cuerpo [v]
be scared out of one's skin estar con el alma en un puño [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin caerse muerto de miedo [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin no llegarle a uno la camisa al cuerpo [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin estar muerto de miedo [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin estar con el alma en un puño [v]
almost jump out of one's skin estar con el alma en un hilo [v]
almost jump out of one's skin estar con el alma en vilo [v]
almost jump out of one's skin tener el alma en un hilo [v]
almost jump out of one's skin caerse muerto de miedo [v]
almost jump out of one's skin no llegarle a uno la camisa al cuerpo [v]
be skin and bones quedarse en el chasis [v]
be skin and bones ser un costal de huesos [v]
be skin and bones estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be skin and bones estar en los huesos [v]
be all skin and bones quedarse en el chasis [v]
be all skin and bones estar en los huesos [v]
be skin and bone quedarse en el chasis [v]
be nothing but skin and bones ser un costal de huesos [v]
be nothing but skin and bones estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be mere skin and bone quedarse en el chasis [v]
be mere skin and bone ser un costal de huesos [v]
be mere skin and bone estar en los huesos [v]
be mere skin and bone estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be nothing but skin and bones quedarse en el chasis [v]
be nothing but skin and bones estar en los huesos [v]
be skin and bone ser un costal de huesos [v]
be skin and bone estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be skin and bone estar en los huesos [v]
be all skin and bone estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be all skin and bones estar hecho un costal de huesos [v]
be all skin and bone ser un costal de huesos [v]
be all skin and bones ser un costal de huesos [v]
be all skin and bone no tener más que el pellejo [v]
be all skin and bones no tener más que el pellejo [v]
be all skin and bones quedarse en los huesos [v]
be all skin and bone quedarse en los huesos [v]
be all skin and bone estar en los huesos [v]
get under someone's skin romper los cascos a alguien [v]
get under someone's skin tener frito a alguien [v]
get under someone's skin tener los nervios de punta [v]
get under someone's skin crispar los nervios a alguien [v]
get under someone's skin sacar a alguien de quicio [v]
get under someone's skin dar la serenata a alguien [v]
get under someone's skin dar la tabarra a alguien [v]
get under someone's skin tentar la paciencia a alguien [v]
skin out apretar las calzaderas [v]
skin out echar a correr [v]
skin out poner pies en polvorosa [v]
skin out darse con los talones en el culo [v] ES
skin out correr rapidamente [v]
skin out salir arreando [v]
skin out huirse [v]
skin someone alive cantar las cuarenta a alguien [v]
skin someone alive cagar a pedos a alguien [v]
skin someone alive cantar la cartilla a alguien [v]
skin someone alive leer la cartilla a alguien [v]
skin someone alive cardarle la lana a alguien [v]
skin someone alive dar un jabón a alguien [v]
skin someone alive dar una soba a alguien [v]
skin someone alive dar un meneo a alguien [v]
skin someone alive dar un palo a alguien [v]
skin someone alive dar una jabonadura a alguien [v]
skin someone alive echar la gran bronca a alguien [v]
skin someone alive poner a alguien de vuelta y media [v]
skin someone alive echar el broncazo a alguien [v]
skin someone alive soltar la andanada a alguien [v]
skin someone alive soltar una andanada a alguien [v]
skin someone alive echar un rapapolvo a alguien [v]
skin someone alive jabonar a alguien [v]
skin someone alive machacarle a alguien las liendres [v]
skin someone alive cascarle a alguien las liendres [v]
skin someone alive comerse a alguien vivo [v]
catch one's bear before one sells its skin cazar el oso antes de vender la piel [v]
catch one's bear before one sells its skin actuar con precaución [v]
be comfortable in one's skin estar satisfecho con uno mismo [v]
be comfortable in one's skin estar en paz consigo mismo [v]
get under someone's skin caer gordo [v]
get under someone's skin caer gordo a alguien [v]
be soaked to the skin calarse hasta los huesos [v]
get soaked to the skin calarse hasta los huesos [v]
get soaked to the skin estar hecho una sopa [v]
get soaked to the skin quedar hecho una sopa [v]
get wet to the skin calarse hasta los huesos [v]
be soaked to the skin estar hecho una sopa [v]
be soaked to the skin quedar hecho una sopa [v]
skin someone alive cantar a alguien las cuarenta [v]
skin someone alive cardar la lana a alguien [v]
have a thick skin ser sordo a las críticas [v]
have a thick skin ser impermeable a las críticas [v]
escape by the skin of one's teeth salvarse por los pelos [v]
escape by the skin of one's teeth escapar por los pelos [v]
jump out of one's skin llevarse un tremendo susto [v]
jump out of one's skin salírsele el corazón por la boca [v]
be no skin off someone's nose no ser una preocupación para alguien [v]
be no skin off someone's nose no importarle un comino a alguien [v]
be no skin off someone's teeth no ser una preocupación para alguien [v]
be all skin and bones estar en el chasis [v]
be skin and bone estar escuchimizado [v]
be all skin and bones estar escuchimizado [v]
make someone jump out of their skin helar la sangre en las venas [v]
be scared out of one's skin helársele a alguien el corazón [v]
almost jump out of one's skin helarse la sangre en las venas [v]
almost jump out of one's skin helársele a alguien la sangre (en las venas) [v]
be scared out of one's skin helarse la sangre en las venas [v]
be scared out of one's skin helársele a alguien la sangre (en las venas) [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin helarse la sangre en las venas [v]
nearly jump out of one's skin helársele a alguien la sangre (en las venas) [v]
be scared out of one's skin darse el susto de su vida [v]