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Meanings of "time" in Spanish English Dictionary : 99 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
time vez [f]
time pasada [f]
time hora [f]
time época [f]
time tiempo [m]
General
time oportunidad [f]
time duración [f]
time cronometrar [v]
time compás [m]
time crono [m]
time viaje [m] AMER
time momento [m]
time plazo [m]
time horario [adj]
time edad [f]
time era [f]
time estación [f]
time rueda [f]
time lugar [m]
time ocasión [f]
time tanda [f]
time vez [f]
time hecha [f] GT
time taima [f] VE
time vuelta [f] PY AR
time programar [v]
time elegir el momento oportuno para [v]
time programar (programar) [v]
time intervalo [m]
time término [m]
time horario [m]
time veces [f/pl]
time hora del día
time temporada [f]
time coyuntura [f]
time calcular el tiempo de [v]
time poner a la hora [v]
time hacer con oportunidad [v]
time instante [m]
Colloquial
time angustia [f]
time detención [f]
time prisión [f]
time blanca [f] HN
time taima [f] VE
time relojear [v] CL disused
time taime [m] VE child
time taime [m] VE
Law
time fecha [f]
time hora [f]
time periodo [m]
time tiempo [m]
Engineering
time prórroga [f]
time rato [m]
time plazo [m]
Astronomy
time regular [v]
time calcular [v]
time regular [v]
time calcular [v]
Math
time el tiempo
Geology
time tiempo [m]
Medicine
time tiempo (t)
Construction
time período [m]
Technical
time graduar [v]
time poner en fase [v]
time sincronizar [v]
time anotar [v]
time concertar [v]
time registrar [v]
time contar el tiempo
time adaptar al tiempo
time medir el tiempo
Aeronautics
time reglar [v]
time poner a punto
Petrol
time duración [f]
time sincronizar [v]
time cronometrar [v]
time regular [v]
time anotar la hora [v]
time de tiempo [adj]
time temporal [adj]
time intervalo (de tiempo) [m]
time tiempo [m]
time período [m]
Energy
time tiempo [m]
time periodo cronológico
time intervalo cronológico
Hydrology
time período de tiempo
time intervalo de tiempo
Military
time paso [m]
Music
time cadencia [f]
time movimiento [m]
time ritmo [m]
Cinema
time cronometrar [v]
Hairdressing
time sazón [f]
Baseball
time hora [f]
Production
time concertar [v]
time adaptar al tiempo [v]
time contar el tiempo [v]
time medir el tiempo de [v]

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

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
for the time being por el momento [loc/adv]
at the same time al mismo tiempo [loc/adv]
most of the time normalmente [adv]
back in time atrás [adv]
time since an event edad [f]
span of time temporada [f]
length (time) duración [f]
sowing time siembra [f]
time period época [f]
(time) period etapa [f]
be someone’s time or turn tocar [v]
use for the first time estrenar [v]
spend time pasar [v]
have a good time divertirse [v]
take (time) off tomarse días libres [v]
tell time cronometrar [v]
take a long time demorarse [v]
on time puntual [adj]
short (time) poco [adj]
time-consuming largo [adj]
at this time of (the morning) a esta hora de (la mañana) [interj]
at this time of the morning a esta hora de (la mañana) [interj]
at this time of (the night) a esta hora de (la noche) [interj]
spare time ocio [m]
short period of time rato [m]
second (time) segundo [m]
significant period of time siglo [m]
long time no see! ¡tanto tiempo! 
General
a long time largamente [adv]
harvest time siega [f]
christmas time pascua [f]
time of year época [f]
cooking time cocción [f]
time exposure pose [f]
time trial contrarreloj [f]
harvest time cosecha [f]
extra time prórroga [f]
time-trial crono [f]
time-trial cronometrada [f]
best time marca [f]
harvest time recolección [f]
time-share multipropiedad [f]
kill time hacer tiempo [v]
waste time detenerse [v]
arrive on time llegar a la hora [v]
gain time adelantar [v]
gain time adelante [v]
mark time marcar el paso [v]
keep time marcar el paso [v]
work full time trabajar a tiempo completo [v]
work full-time trabajar a tiempo completo [v]
save time ganar tiempo [v]
kill time matar el tiempo [v]
waste time perder el tiempo [v]
pass time pasar el tiempo [v]
pass the time pasar el rato [v]
work part-time trabajar a tiempo parcial [v]
lose time atrasar [v]
keep time marcar el compás [v]
beat time marcar el compás [v]
waste time demorar [v]
have a good time gozar [v]
all-time histórico [adj]
one-time otrora [adj]
time-honoured clásico [adj]
full-time liberado [adj]
behind time atrasado [adj]
time-honoured rancio [adj]
time-honored [us] rancio [adj]
baking (time) horneado [m]
cooking (time) horneado [m]
harvest time agosto [m]
lapse of time proceso [m]
time off asueto [m]
time lag atraso [m]
bad time túnel [m]
free time vagar [m]
half-time descanso [m]
injury time descuento [m]
all-time histórica [adj/f]
time-honoured clásica [adj/f]
full-time liberada [adj/f]
behind time atrasada [adj/f]
time-honoured rancia [adj/f]
time-honored [us] rancia [adj/f]
for the time being por ahora [loc/adv]
tell time decir la hora [v]
have a great time pasarlo pipa (coloquial) [v]
take time tardar [v]
time signature compás [m]
at one time al mismo tiempo [loc/adv]
every time siempre que [loc/conj]
each time siempre que [loc/conj]
near in time/place cerquita [adv]
at the same time contemporáneamente [adv]
posterior (in time) después [adv]
at this time hora [adv]
present time hoy [adv]
at no time jamás [adv]
at the same time juntamente [adv]
at the same time junto [adv]
in time to come mañana [adv]
for a long time largamente [adv]
at no time nunca [adv]
at some other time otrora [adv] rare
in a short time poco [adv]
time taken by the hour-glass ampolleta [f]
precedence in order of time antelación [f]
tricks of carnival time chaya [f]
good-time girl chuquisa [f] CL
unseasonable time deshora [f]
inconvenient time deshora [f]
date (time and place) data [f]
time allowed to workmen for drinks bebida [f] rur. rare
digging or ploughing a second time bina [f]
harvest-time cosecha [f]
nick of time coyuntura [f] fig.
waste of time dilatoria [f]
interval of time/space distancia [f]
manner of computing time indicción [f]
time or actual moment fecha [f]
bread baked at one time hornada [f]
time spent in a hospital hospitalidad [f]
number of animals fattened at one time engorda [f] CL MX
time when corn form their seed grana [f]
long time eternidad [f] fig.
time in which silk-worms eat freza [f]
time of a sea voyage navegación [f]
firs-time mother primeriza [f]
probation time probación [f]
time preceding departure propartida [f]
length of time pieza [f]
harvest time mies [f]
calving-time parición [f]
time and place where cattle bring forth their young paridera [f]
cry of a buck at rutting time ronca [f]
molting-time muda [f]
fixing a time limit prefinición [f]
space/lapse of time tirada [f]
rutting-time of boars verriondez [f]
space of time temporada [f]
short time temporada [f]
seed-time sementera [f]
seed-time siembra [f]
reaping-time siega [f]
digging or ploughing a second time binazón [f]
someone who bowls a second time from where the ball stopped the first time birladora [f]
announce in due time that one holds certain cards that count so many points acusar [v]
repeat with little or no intermission of time asegundar [v]
gather in fruit before the due time antecoger [v] rur. rare
lose time (watch) atrasarse [v]
take time aguardar [v]
extend time to a debtor aguardar [v]
leave off work for a time desensebar [v]
beat time batir [v]
slip away (time) correr [v]
hoe and weed vines for the second time binar [v]
plough or dig ground for the second time binar [v]
bowl a second time from the place where the ball stopped the first time birlar [v]
bake bread a second time bizcochar [v]
assign (time/place) determinar [v]
lose one's time desaprovechar [v]
plough the ground the fourth time cuartar [v]
have a good time divertirse [v]
have served one's time in the army cumplir [v]
be out of time/tune descompasarse [v]
eat or pick crumbs to pass the time cuscurrear [v] disused
hold out a long time envejecerse [v]
have a good time explayarse [v]
card wool a second time emborrar [v]
waste time embromar [v] CL EC MX PE
spend money/time emplear [v]
with words denoting time huir [v]
while away (as time) engañar [v]
use or do anything for the first time estrenar [v]
perform a play for the first time estrenar [v]
mix mortar for the second time estropear [v]
clean (plants) a second time remondar [v]
dress vines a second time rendar [v]
feed/pasture a second time repastar [v]
burn a second time requemar [v]
value a second time retasar [v]
be behind time retrasarse [v]
baptize a second time rebautizar [v]
throw away (money/time/patience) malgastar [v]
dig a second time recavar [v]
plough land for the first time romper [v]
cry in rutting time (buck) roncar [v]
spend (as time) pasar [v]
fix a time-limit prefinir [v]
tithe a second time rediezmar [v]
seize/embargo a second time reembargar [v]
take a long time tardar [v]
plough a second time volver [v]
while away time temporizar [v]
plough the third time terciar [v]
waste time entretener [v]
waste time distraer [v]
belonging to the present time actual [adj]
out of time/tune descompasado [adj]
using something for the first time encentador [adj]
belonging to the time of nativity navideño [adj]
like a boar at rutting-time verriondo [adj]
slow time (music) adagio [m]
time for watering land where water is officially distributed ador [m]
time when and place where horses cover mares acaballadero [m]
harvest-time agosto [m]
time just elapsed ayer [m]
taking up mats and the time for doing it desestero [m]
round of time ciclo [m]
succession of movement/time decurso [m]
someone who bowls a second time from where the ball stopped the first time birlador [m]
intermediate time between epochs comedio [m]
quick musical time compasillo [m]
time of four years cuadrienio [m]
flemish coin used in the time of charles v cárolus [m]
space of time discurso [m]
excessive waste of time or fortune dispendio [m]
intercalary time embolismo [m]
time of pruning olive-trees escamujo [m]
operation and time of removing honey from a hive escarzo [m]
interval of time/space hueco [m]
time and food for fattening hogs engordadero [m]
time for putting on winter clothes estero [m]
time-table itinerario [m]
fair-time franco [m]
lapse/course of time lapso [m]
space of time período [m]
stamping ground of a stag in mating time picadero [m]
point in time/space punto [m]
nick of time punto [m]
short time pico [m]
moment of time minuto [m]
extra time respiro [m]
time and place of payment pagadero [m]
short time ratito [m]
short time rato [m]
time to come porvenir [m]
time for propping vines rodrigazón [m]
past time pasado [m]
nick of time tris [m]
space of time tracto [m]
second (time/of a degree) segundo [m]
process of time transcurso [m]
course of time transcurso [m]
course of time trascurso [m]
process of time trascurso [m]
keeping time by beating the foot zapateo [m]
course of time suceso [m]
very long time siglo [m]
time schedule horario [m]
time of making cheese extremadas [f/pl]
using something for the first time encentadora [adj/f]
belonging to the time of nativity navideña [adj/f]
out of time/tune descompasada [adj/f]
like a boar at rutting-time verrionda [adj/f]
a short time algo [adv]
at that time alora [adv] disused
woman ahead of her time adelantada [f]
time of year a harvest man works agostía [f]
time it takes for sand to move into the lower part of an hourglass ampolleta [f]
mention at the right time acomodar [v]
take a long time alargarse [v]
take one's time alargarse [v]
without time acrónico [adj]
without time ácrono [adj]
man ahead of his time adelantado [m]
time allotted for watering land where water is distributed by the government ador (árabe) [m]
harvest time agosto [m]
currency made during time of alfonso the tenth alfonsino [m]
time for a [prep]
from an infinitely remote point of time in the past ab aeterno (latín) [loc/adv]
time-and-materials por administración [loc/adv]
time-and-materials por administración [loc/adv]
work during one's down time descansar haciendo adobes [loc/v] MX
as much time cuanto [pron]
both at the same time ambos al mismo tiempo [pron]
at another time ya [adv]
at the same time simultáneamente [adv]
long time ago marras [adv] disused
at the time of cuando [adv]
a little at a time poquito a poquito [adv]
a little more time un poco más de tiempo [adv]
a little more time un poquitín más de tiempo [adv]
a long time afterwards mucho tiempo después [adv]
a long time ago hace mucho [adv]
a long time afterwards al cabo de mucho tiempo [adv]
a long time afterwards después de mucho tiempo [adv]
a long time afterwards mucho tiempo más tarde [adv]
a long time ago hace mucho tiempo [adv]
a long time ago hace muchísimo tiempo [adv]
a short time ago hace poco [adv]
a short time ago hace poco tiempo [adv]
ahead of time antemano de [adv]
ahead of time antemano [adv]
not in time destiempo [adv]
at the wrong time destiempo [adv]
without regard to time destiempo [adv]
a long time mucho [adv]
for a long time prolongadamente [adv]
in time a tiempo [adv]
on time a tiempo [adv]
in (for time) dentro [adv]
on time puntualmente [adv]
just in time justo a tiempo [adv]
about time es hora [adv]
about time al fin [adv]
about time ya era hora [adv]
for the time being por lo pronto [adv]
all the time todo el tiempo [adv]
time after time una y otra vez [adv]
at a time a la vez [adv]
from time to time ocasionalmente [adv]
from time to time de vez en cuando [adv]
from time to time a veces [adv]
once upon a time había una vez [adv]
once upon a time érase una vez [adv]
once upon a time era una vez [adv]
one at a time uno por vez [adv]
one at a time una por vez [adv]
every time siempre [adv]
every time cada vez [adv]
in a very short amount of time de un día para otro [adv]
in a very short amount of time de la noche a la mañana [adv]
in a short or brief time or way pronto [adv]
for the time being de momento [adv]
part-time a tiempo parcial [adv]
full-time a tiempo completo [adv]
at just the right time altiro [adv] HN
some time ago enantes  [adv] CO PA PE VE
as the time went by a medida que el tiempo pasa [adv]
as time passed by a medida que pasa el tiempo [adv]
as time goes on a medida que pasa el tiempo [adv]
as time progressed a medida que pasaba el tiempo [adv]
as time progressed mientras pasaba el tiempo [adv]
as the time went by con el tiempo [adv]
at the material time en el momento de los sucesos [adv]
at the most suitable time en el momento más idóneo [adv]
at the soonest time possible cuánto antes [adv]
at the time of incident en el momento de los hechos [adv]
at the time when en el momento en que [adv]
at this time of (the morning) a esta hora de (la mañana) [adv]
at this time of (the noon) al mediodía [adv]
at this time of the morning a esta hora de (la mañana) [adv]
at…local time in turkey a las … hora local en turquía [adv]
at…local time in a las … hora local en [adv]
at this time of (the noon) a esta hora (del mediodía) [adv]
at this time of (the morning) a esta hora (de la mañana) [adv]
bang on time justo a tiempo [adv]
at the very time en el mismo momento [adv]
long time ago añales [adv] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA VE PY CO
long time ago añales [adv] UY derog.
at the present time ahora [adv] MX GT SV PA DO PR CO VE EC PE BO PY UY
dozens and dozens of time docenas de veces [adv]
dozens and dozens of time miles de veces [adv]
from time to time derrepente [adv] EC
every time forever (inglés) [adv] NI DO PR
after a long time después de mucho tiempo [adv]
after a long time transcurrido mucho tiempo [adv]
after some time después de cierto tiempo [adv]
any given time en cualquier momento dado [adv]
any given time en cualquier momento [adv]
any old time en cualquier momento [adv]
any time he likes siempre que él quiera [adv]
any time she likes siempre que ella quiera [adv]
any time he likes cuando él quiera [adv]
any time on en cualquier momento [adv]
any time she likes cuando ella quiera [adv]
any time he likes cuando le apetezca [adv]
any time she likes cuando le apetezca [adv]
as the time going by mientras pasa el tiempo [adv]
as the time went by mientras pasaba el tiempo [adv]
as the time went by mientras transcurría el tiempo [adv]
as time goes on mientras transcurría el tiempo [adv]
as time passed by mientras pasaba el tiempo [adv]
as time passed by mientras transcurría el tiempo [adv]
as time progressed con el transcurso del tiempo [adv]
as time progressed mientras avanzaba el tiempo [adv]
as time progresses mientras avanza el tiempo [adv]
as time progresses mientras transcurre el tiempo [adv]
as time goes on a medida que pasaba el tiempo [adv]
bang on time a la hora justa [adv]
bang on time a tiempo [adv]
ahead of time luego [adv] PY
from time to time relanciadamente [adv] SV
time sharing multipropiedad [f]
time with one's class teacher tutoría [f]
first-time mother primeriza [f]
night-time nocturnidad [f]
time of day hora [f]
unseasonable or inconvenient time deshora [f]
long time eternidad [f]
time in advance antelación [f]
the quality of being anterior or preceding in time or in situation anterioridad [f]
certain time spent fishing pesca [f]
certain time before an event occurs demora [f]
someone that spends time thinking pensadora [f]
measuring a quantity of time hora [f]
certain time spent in a place estadía [f]
the quality or payment given at time of marriage dote [f]
prewar time period preguerra [f]
three-time champion tricampeona [f]
night-time fair verbena [f]
embarrassing moment of time deshora [f]
period of time between midnight and dawn madrugada [f]
period of time between two wars entreguerras [f]
grain harvest time mies [f]
(of baby) feeding time mamada [f]
arabian standard time hora estándar árabe [f]
arrival date time fecha y hora de llegada [f]
actual port time hora actual en el puerto [f]
break time bell campana del descanso (escuelas) [f]
woman who spends long periods of time on the balcony of her house in order to observe what is happening around her balconera [f] BO rare
woman who spends a lot of time on the balcony to observe the street balconera [f] BO rare
birth time hora de nacimiento [f]
canada central daylight time hora central diurna de canadá [f]
canada central standard time hora central estándar de canadá [f]
a thief that keeps the stolen objects hidden for some time aguantadora [f] VE PY AR UY
due time blanca [f] HN
short period of time between two showers la calma [f] PR
person who stays a long time in a job and cannot be moved by any means apernada [f] CL
right time bolada [f] AR UY VE disused
early finish time hora de finalización temprana [f]
early time fase temprana [f]
early start time hora de comienzo temprana [f]
early time etapa temprana [f]
election time fecha de las elecciones [f]
election time hora de las elecciones [f]
early time hora temprana [f]
period of time that someone enjoys the honor of being the senior member or dean decanatura [f] EC rare
period of time that someone enjoys the honor of being the senior member or dean decanatura [f] MX HN NI CO BO CL
series of culucas repeated during a long period of time culuqueada [f] HN
party or good time chafandonga [f] HN
regulated study of a subject during a certain amount of time cursada [f] AR
activity, especially sports, performed on holidays in roads that are closed to vehicles for a certain time ciclovía [f] CO
period of time that the childhood and adolescence of a person lasts cipotada [f] HN
part-time job chiripa [f] DO PR
remaining in a certain place for a certain amount of time estada [f] PA CO:N EC PE CL AR UY
good time faruca [f] DO
amount of time that the ebbing of the tide lasts escurridera [f] HN:S
list of items or supplies to be consumed in a certain amount of time factura [f] CU
list of items or supplies to be consumed in a certain amount of time facturería [f] CU
waste of time carambada [f] HN SV NI
small-time thief cascarera [f] CO:C,Ne
short amount of time carrerita [f] SV
additional time hora adicional [f]
round, dry bread, and flattened, without yeast or almost none, which can be preserved for a long time galleta marinera [f] AR UY
all-time best estrella de todos los tiempos [f]
airing time hora de emisión [f]
situation in which a student audits a class that will be taken by a certain time condicionalidad [f] CL PY AR UY
out of control good time correntina [f] PR
lent during which time it rains sufficiently cuaresma hembra [f] DO PR rare rur.
lent during which time it rains very little cuaresma macho [f] DO PR rare rur.
time of the year in which coffee is harvested cogida [f] CR
free time between two hours of class or work hora sándwich [f] AR
free time between two hours of class or work hora puente [f] AR UY
lunch time hora del moro [f] DO
administration (period of time) intendencia [f] CL UY
time when the courts start hearing cases hora judicial [f] CO
time when the courts start hearing cases hora judicial [f] EC
15 minute grace period granted during which judicial acts are considered valid if they have not started at the scheduled time hora judicial [f] CR
portion of a food, especially bread or cakes, cooked in the oven at one time horneada [f] SV CR CU CO BO CL AR
group of people who finish their preparation at the same time or who appear at the same time horneada [f] CL EC
appointment time hora de la cita [f]
arrival date time hora de llegada [f]
appropriate time hora apropiada [f]
arrival date time fecha de llegada [f]
arabian standard time hora oficial árabe [f]
bath time hora de bañarse [f]
bangkok standard time hora estándar de bangkok [f]
fast disorderly escape of many people at the same time juidera [f] DO
good time joda [f] EC teen
substitute military exercises, drug treatment, physical works or studies for prison time encarcelación emocional [f] PR
time spent in jail enchirondada [f] SV
set of goods or merchandise in the market with a specific price and time period ofertada [f] MX rare
urine expelled at one time pishada (genovés) [f] AR:Nw,W
short time when it stops raining la calma [f] PR
woman who frequently takes time off work reposera [f] VE
plowing land for the first time in order to sow plants rotura [f] CU
time to rest after a meal ruca (mapuche) [f] EC
dancing for a long time regazón [f] HN
time out taima [f] VE
time of year when certain fish swim upstream suba [f] CO:N
time of year when certain fish swim upstream subienda [f] CO EC
failing a course or subject for a third time trica [f] PE
training or exercise to walk for a long time trocha [f] VE disused
make up for lost time rescatar [v]
perform for the first time estrenarse [v]
take time ir para largo [v]
have a wild time desparramarse [v]
keep time with acompasar [v]
have spent time llevar [v]
prolong for a very long time eternizar [v]
have a great time pasarlo bomba [v]
wear for the first time estrenarse [v]
age before one's time avejentar [v]
gain time adelantarse [v]
bide one's time reservarse [v]
bide one's time dar tiempo al tiempo [v]
die before one's time malograrse [v]