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  • 1 blanquear

    v.
    1 to whiten (clothes).
    Lechamos las paredes We whitewashed the walls.
    2 to whitewash.
    3 to launder (money).
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    1 to whiten, make white
    2 (con cal) to whitewash
    3 (con lejía) to bleach
    4 (dinero) to launder
    5 (verduras) to blanch
    6 (pulir) to polish
    1 to whiten, turn white
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    1. VT
    1) (=poner blanco) [+ dientes] to whiten; [+ ropa] to bleach; [+ pared, fachada] to whitewash; [+ oro, plata] to blanch

    la nieve blanqueaba el paisaje — the snow turned the landscape white, the snow whitened the landscape

    2) Esp * [+ dinero] to launder *; [+ falta, persona culpable] to whitewash
    2.
    VI to turn white, go white

    el pelo le blanqueó con los añoshis hair went o turned white over the years

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    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) < ropa> to bleach; < pared> to whitewash
    b) < dinero> to launder; < objetos robados> to fence
    2) (Dep) to blank, shut out (AmE)
    * * *
    = bleach, launder, blanch, whitewash.
    Ex. The main current problem involves 19th century books made from poor quality woodchip paper; the manufacturing method was similar to that used in Austria except that the paper was bleached.
    Ex. The author considers the motives of art thieves and the way they launder stolen art.
    Ex. The aim of this work was to examine the effect of blanching or soaking in different acid solutions on the acrylamide content in potato crisps.
    Ex. I know it sounds crazy, but whitewashing brick or wood is a unique way to provide color to the outside of a home.
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    * blanquear dinero = launder + money.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * sin blanquear = unbleached.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) < ropa> to bleach; < pared> to whitewash
    b) < dinero> to launder; < objetos robados> to fence
    2) (Dep) to blank, shut out (AmE)
    * * *
    = bleach, launder, blanch, whitewash.

    Ex: The main current problem involves 19th century books made from poor quality woodchip paper; the manufacturing method was similar to that used in Austria except that the paper was bleached.

    Ex: The author considers the motives of art thieves and the way they launder stolen art.
    Ex: The aim of this work was to examine the effect of blanching or soaking in different acid solutions on the acrylamide content in potato crisps.
    Ex: I know it sounds crazy, but whitewashing brick or wood is a unique way to provide color to the outside of a home.
    * blanquear dinero = launder + money.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * sin blanquear = unbleached.

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    blanquear [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹ropa› to bleach; ‹pared› to whitewash
    2 ‹dinero› to launder; ‹objetos robados› to fence
    3 ‹verduras› to blanch
    B ( Dep) to blank, shut out
    * * *

    blanquear ( conjugate blanquear) verbo transitivo
    a) ropa to bleach;

    pared to whitewash
    b) dinero to launder

    blanquear verbo transitivo
    1 (la ropa, el papel, etc) to whiten
    (con cal) to whitewash
    2 (dinero) to launder
    ' blanquear' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    lechada
    English:
    bleach
    - launder
    - whiten
    - whitewash
    * * *
    1. [ropa] to whiten;
    [con lejía] to bleach
    2. [dinero] to launder
    3. [con cal] to whitewash
    * * *
    I v/t
    1 whiten; pared whitewash; ropa bleach
    2 dinero launder
    3 GASTR blanch
    II v/i go white
    * * *
    1) : to whiten, to bleach
    2) : to shut out (in sports)
    3) : to launder (money)
    : to turn white
    * * *
    blanquear vb to make whiter

    Spanish-English dictionary > blanquear

  • 2 blanquear dinero sucio

    (v.) = launder + dirty money
    Ex. The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
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    (v.) = launder + dirty money

    Ex: The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > blanquear dinero sucio

  • 3 destrozado

    adj.
    shattered, in pieces, destroyed, battered.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: destrozar.
    * * *
    1→ link=destrozar destrozar
    1 (objeto) smashed, broken, ruined
    2 (persona - moralmente) devastated, shattered; (- físicamente) exhausted, done in, worn out
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    ADJ
    1) [cristal, cerámica] smashed, shattered

    quedó destrozado[traje, alfombra, zapato] it was ruined; [coche, jardín] it was wrecked

    2) [persona] (=abatido) shattered, devastated; (=cansado) * knackered *, pooped (EEUU) *, shattered *; [corazón] broken
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) (roto, deteriorado) < zapatos> ruined

    tengo los pies destrozados — (fam) my feet are killing me

    b) < persona> ( físicamente) exhausted; ( moralmente) devastated, shattered
    c) < corazón> broken
    * * *
    = tattered, shattered, wrecked, vandalised [vandalized, -USA], dog tired, ruined, broken-hearted, in tatters, in shambles, upside down.
    Ex. He inherited a deplorable 'library' with a randomly-chosen collection of tattered, torn, defaced books.
    Ex. It is clear that it will take a considerable period to fully assess the damage and loss and even longer to begin to rebuild damaged infrastructure and shattered communities.
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex. He helped to hose down graffiti from a vandalised wall while waxing lyrical about an era before antisocial behaviour.
    Ex. After all, who has not felt dog-tired and drained, sometimes for long stretches, at one time or another?.
    Ex. The beach is a ruined landscape, eerily quiet, save for the hum of mechanical diggers searching for yet more corpses.
    Ex. When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.
    Ex. Israeli bombardment leaves telecom infrastructure in tatters.
    Ex. He warns today in his annual letter to shareholders that the economy 'will be in shambles throughout 2009'.
    Ex. Now, she just sat on the floor amidst the chaos feeling as if everything was upside down.
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    * con el corazón destrozado = broken-hearted.
    * destrozado por la guerra = war-ravaged.
    * destrozado por un huracán = hurricane-ravaged.
    * estar destrozado = be + wreck, be a shambles.
    * quedar destrozado = go to + pieces.
    * sentirse destrozado = be gutted, feel + gutted.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) (roto, deteriorado) < zapatos> ruined

    tengo los pies destrozados — (fam) my feet are killing me

    b) < persona> ( físicamente) exhausted; ( moralmente) devastated, shattered
    c) < corazón> broken
    * * *
    = tattered, shattered, wrecked, vandalised [vandalized, -USA], dog tired, ruined, broken-hearted, in tatters, in shambles, upside down.

    Ex: He inherited a deplorable 'library' with a randomly-chosen collection of tattered, torn, defaced books.

    Ex: It is clear that it will take a considerable period to fully assess the damage and loss and even longer to begin to rebuild damaged infrastructure and shattered communities.
    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex: He helped to hose down graffiti from a vandalised wall while waxing lyrical about an era before antisocial behaviour.
    Ex: After all, who has not felt dog-tired and drained, sometimes for long stretches, at one time or another?.
    Ex: The beach is a ruined landscape, eerily quiet, save for the hum of mechanical diggers searching for yet more corpses.
    Ex: When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.
    Ex: Israeli bombardment leaves telecom infrastructure in tatters.
    Ex: He warns today in his annual letter to shareholders that the economy 'will be in shambles throughout 2009'.
    Ex: Now, she just sat on the floor amidst the chaos feeling as if everything was upside down.
    * con el corazón destrozado = broken-hearted.
    * destrozado por la guerra = war-ravaged.
    * destrozado por un huracán = hurricane-ravaged.
    * estar destrozado = be + wreck, be a shambles.
    * quedar destrozado = go to + pieces.
    * sentirse destrozado = be gutted, feel + gutted.

    * * *
    1 (roto, deteriorado) ‹zapatos› ruined
    a él no le pasó nada, pero el coche quedó destrozado he was all right, but the car was a total wreck
    tengo que comprar sillones nuevos, éstos ya están destrozados I've got to buy some new armchairs, these are falling apart
    este diccionario está destrozado this dictionary is falling to pieces
    tenía los nervios destrozados she was a nervous wreck, her nerves were in shreds o tatters
    tengo los pies destrozados ( fam); my feet are killing me
    el conductor tenía la cara destrozada the driver's face was a real mess
    2 ‹persona› (físicamente) exhausted; (moralmente) devastated, shattered
    3 ‹corazón› broken
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    Del verbo destrozar: ( conjugate destrozar)

    destrozado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    destrozado    
    destrozar
    destrozar ( conjugate destrozar) verbo transitivo
    a) (romper, deteriorar) ‹ zapatos to ruin;

    cristal/jarrón to smash;
    jugueteto pull … apart;
    coche to wreck;
    libro to pull apart
    b)felicidad/matrimonio/vida to wreck, destroy;

    corazón to break;

    destrozarse verbo pronominal

    [jarrón/cristal] to smash
    b)estómago/hígado to ruin

    destrozado,-a adjetivo
    1 (un objeto) torn-up, ruined, smashed: estos pantalones están destrozados, these trousers are in shreds
    2 (muy cansado, agotado) worn out, exhausted
    3 (muy triste) shattered, devastated
    destrozar verbo transitivo
    1 (romper) to tear up, wreck, ruin
    2 (una tela, un papel) to tear to shreds, rip up
    3 (apenar, desgarrar) to shatter, devastate: me destroza verte así, it breaks my heart to see you this way
    4 (los planes, la convivencia, etc) to ruin
    ' destrozado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acabada
    - acabado
    - destrozada
    - deshecho
    English:
    bumper
    - heart-broken
    - shattered
    - tatters
    - war-torn
    - broken
    - shred
    - tattered
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    destrozado, -a adj
    1. [vestido, zapatos] ruined;
    [jarrón, cámara] smashed;
    esta estantería está destrozada these shelves are falling apart;
    la lavadora está destrozada the washing machine is only fit for the scrapheap;
    el gato tiene los sillones destrozados the cat has clawed the chairs to shreds;
    me devolvió el libro destrozado the book was falling to bits when he gave it back to me;
    tengo las manos destrozadas de tanto fregar all that washing up has left my hands in a terrible state;
    huyó dejándole el corazón destrozado she ran off leaving him heartbroken;
    el autobús quedó destrozado the bus was wrecked
    2. [persona] [emocionalmente] shattered, devastated;
    [físicamente] shattered;
    la noticia lo dejó destrozado he was devastated by the news
    * * *
    destrozado, -da adj
    1) : ruined, destroyed
    2) : devastated, brokenhearted

    Spanish-English dictionary > destrozado

  • 4 diabólico

    adj.
    diabolical, demoniacal, demonic, devilish.
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    1 diabolic, devilish, diabolical
    * * *
    ADJ [palabras, rito] diabolic, satanic; (=malvado) diabolical; (=muy difícil) fiendishly difficult
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo ( del diablo) diabolic, satanic; < persona> evil; <plan/intenciones> devilish, fiendish
    * * *
    = demonic, hellish, diabolical, diabolic.
    Ex. The film offers a repulsive creature whose croaks and drools recall the demonic child in The Exorcist, instead of the feral but relatively articulate person that Morrison created.
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex. This scene is appropriate in relation to the center panel, which shows the diabolical influence of lust.
    Ex. The triptych as a whole reflects late Medieval obsession with demons and witches, and with the diabolic 'power of women' to corrupt man.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo ( del diablo) diabolic, satanic; < persona> evil; <plan/intenciones> devilish, fiendish
    * * *
    = demonic, hellish, diabolical, diabolic.

    Ex: The film offers a repulsive creature whose croaks and drools recall the demonic child in The Exorcist, instead of the feral but relatively articulate person that Morrison created.

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex: This scene is appropriate in relation to the center panel, which shows the diabolical influence of lust.
    Ex: The triptych as a whole reflects late Medieval obsession with demons and witches, and with the diabolic 'power of women' to corrupt man.

    * * *
    1 (del diablo) diabolic, satanic
    2 ‹persona› evil; ‹plan/intenciones› devilish, fiendish, evil
    * * *

    diabólico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo ( del diablo) diabolic, satanic;


    persona evil;
    plan/intenciones devilish, fiendish
    diabólico,-a adjetivo
    1 diabolical, satanic, evil
    2 terrible: hace un viento diabólico, it's awfully windy
    3 complicated: tienes una escritura diabólica, your handwriting is awful
    ' diabólico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    diabólica
    English:
    devilish
    - diabolic
    - diabolical
    - fiendish
    - evil
    * * *
    diabólico, -a adj
    1. [del diablo] diabolic
    2. [muy malo] evil, diabolical;
    tiene una mente diabólica she has an evil mind
    3. [difícil] fiendishly difficult
    * * *
    adj diabolical
    * * *
    diabólico, -ca adj
    : diabolical, diabolic, devilish

    Spanish-English dictionary > diabólico

  • 5 dinero

    m.
    1 money.
    ¿pagará con dinero o con tarjeta? will you be paying in cash or by credit card?
    andar bien/mal de dinero to be well off for/short of money
    una familia de dinero a family of means
    dinero de curso legal legal tender
    dinero fácil easy money
    dinero falso counterfeit money
    dinero negro undeclared income/payment
    dinero sucio dirty money
    dinero suelto loose change
    2 ready money, ready cash.
    * * *
    1 money
    2 (fortuna) wealth
    \
    andar bien de dinero to have plenty of money
    andar mal/escaso,-a de dinero to be short of money
    de dinero wealthy, rich
    dinero llama dinero money makes money
    ganar dinero a espuertas to make a pile
    hacer dinero to make money
    tirar el dinero por la ventana to throw money down the drain
    dinero contante (y sonante) ready money, cash
    dinero falso counterfeit money
    dinero negro/sucio dirty money
    dinero suelto loose change, change
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *

    ¿cuánto es en dinero finlandés? — how much is that in Finnish money?

    el dinero lo puede todo — money can do anything, money talks

    hacer dinero — to make money

    tirar el dinero — to throw money away

    dinero barato — cheap money, easy money

    dinero caro — dear money, expensive money (EEUU)

    dinero en circulación — currency, money in circulation

    dinero sucio — dirty money, money from crime

    * * *
    masculino money

    gente de dinerowell-off o wealthy people

    dinero contante y sonante — (fam) hard cash

    hacer dineroto make money

    tirar el dinero — (fam) to throw money away

    * * *
    = hard currency, money [monies, -pl.], monies [money, -sing.], funds, wealth.
    Ex. This could also be attributed to limited hard currency or other means of international payment.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS can then tell which borrowers owe the library money.
    Ex. Accurate records must be kept of all monies received and disbursed and normally the cash is balanced at weekly intervals.
    Ex. Funds received from federal or foundation grants are allocated for specific projects or programs on a one-time or temporary basis, and such funds are considered 'soft' money as compared to funds for permanently authorized positions.
    Ex. In rural areas, too, great variations in wealth exist side by side, from affluent farmers and landowners on the one hand, to extremely low-paid farm workers on the other.
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    * administrar dinero = manage + funds.
    * ahorrar dinero = save + money.
    * ahorrar un montón de dinero = save + a ton of money.
    * ahorro de dinero = savings in money.
    * andar apurado de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar corto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar falto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar (muy) apurado de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) corto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) escaso de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) falto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * apoquinar dinero = shell out + money, fork over + money.
    * aprovechar mejor el dinero = get + more for + Posesivo + money.
    * apurado de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * asignación de dinero público = tax support.
    * asignar dinero = commit + fund.
    * blanquear dinero = launder + money.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * blanqueo de dinero = money laundering.
    * buena suma de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * buen tocho de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * casarse con alguien de dinero = marry into + money, marry + a fortune, marry + money.
    * casarse por dinero = marry + money.
    * cobro de dinero = collection of fees.
    * comprometer dinero = commit + money, lien + funds.
    * con poco dinero = on the cheap.
    * conseguir el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * contar dinero = count + money.
    * conversión en dinero = monetisation [monetization, -USA].
    * convertido a dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * convertir en dinero = monetise [monetize, -USA].
    * corto de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * costar dinero = cost + money, take + money.
    * costar muchísimo dinero = break + the bank.
    * culto al dinero = cult of money.
    * dar dinero = pay + money, donate + Posesivo + money.
    * dedicar dinero = dedicate + money.
    * de dinero = well-to-do, well-off.
    * derrochar dinero = waste + money.
    * derroche de dinero = waste of money, spending spree.
    * desembolsar dinero = disburse + cash, disburse + monies, shell out + money, shell out, fork over + money.
    * desperdicio de dinero = money waster.
    * despilfarrar dinero = squander + money.
    * despilfarro de dinero = spending spree.
    * destinado a ahorrar dinero = money-saving.
    * dinero atrae al dinero, el = riches attract riches.
    * dinero contante y sonante = readies, the ready.
    * dinero de bolsillo = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero + dedicarse a = money + go towards.
    * dinero del premio = prize money.
    * dinero del rescate = ransom money.
    * dinero de soborno = hush money.
    * dinero de sobra para otros gastos = disposable income.
    * dinero, el = green, the.
    * dinero electrónico = electronic money.
    * dinero en efectivo = cash.
    * dinero en metálico = cash.
    * dinero fácil = get-rich-quick.
    * dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente = hard-earned money.
    * dinero inesperado = windfall, windfall moneys.
    * dinero mal habido = ill-gotten gains.
    * dinero negro = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money.
    * dinero para acallar la conciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para acallar la consciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para caprichos = pin money.
    * dinero para gastos = per diem allowance.
    * dinero para gastos imprevistos = cash float, petty cash.
    * dinero para gastos iniciales = seeding money, seed money.
    * dinero para gastos personales = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero para pequeños gastos = out of pocket allowance.
    * dinero procedente de los impuestos = tax money (tax monies).
    * dinero propio = private means.
    * dinero público = public tax money, tax dollars, public money, public funds, public funding.
    * dinero público, el = public's dollars, the.
    * dinero que tanto ha costado ganar = hard-earned money.
    * dinero + ser para = money + go towards.
    * dinero sucio = dirty money.
    * dinero suelto = change, loose change.
    * dinero voluble = soft money.
    * donar dinero = donate + Posesivo + money.
    * el dinero es el origen de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero es la fuente de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero mueve al mundo = money makes the world go (a)round.
    * el dinero no crece en los árboles = money doesn't grow on trees.
    * encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * en dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * escaso de dinero = cash strapped, financially strapped, be strapped for + cash, short of money, strapped.
    * estrategia que ahorra dinero = money saver.
    * falto de dinero = short of money, strapped, financially strapped, cash strapped.
    * financiado con dinero público = publicly financed, publicly funded [publicly-funded], public funded [public-funded].
    * ganar bastante dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * ganar dinero = make + money, earn + money.
    * ganar mucho dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * gastar dinero = expend + funds, spend + money.
    * gastarse más dinero = dig + deep.
    * gastarse un montón de dinero = lash out (on), go to + town on.
    * gasto de dinero = expenditure of money.
    * gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero = out-of-pocket costs.
    * grandes sumas de dinero = vast sums of money.
    * haber dinero de por medio = money + change hands.
    * hacer dinero = make + money.
    * hacer mucho dinero = make + good money.
    * ingreso de dinero = cash deposit.
    * interés por ganar dinero = profit motive.
    * invertir dinero = invest + money, commit + money.
    * invertir más dinero = dig + deep.
    * inyección de dinero = cash injection, injection of money.
    * inyectar dinero en = pump + money into.
    * inyectar dinero en la economía = pump + money into the economy.
    * malgastar dinero = waste + money.
    * mucho dinero = big bucks.
    * no escatimar dinero = lavish + money.
    * pagar dinero = fork over + money.
    * pagar una suma de dinero = pay + sum.
    * para hacer dinero = money-making.
    * pedir dinero prestado = borrow + money.
    * pérdida de dinero = cash drain.
    * por poco dinero = cheaply.
    * privilegio concedido por el dinero = moneyed privilege.
    * que ahorran dinero = dollar-saving.
    * quedarse sin dinero = run out of + cash.
    * recaudar dinero = pump prime + funds, raise + money, collect + money.
    * recolectar dinero = pass + the bucket (around).
    * remesa de dinero = remittance.
    * repartir dinero dadivosamente = shell out + money.
    * retirada de dinero = cash withdrawal.
    * retirar dinero = withdraw + cash.
    * reunir dinero = raise + money.
    * reunir el dinero = muster (up) + the cash.
    * reunir el dinero, encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * sabrosa suma de dinero, una = handsome sum of money, a.
    * sacar dinero = draw + cash, draw out + cash.
    * sacar el mayor partido al dinero de uno = get + the most for + Posesivo + money.
    * sacarle dinero a Alguien = wrestle + money from.
    * seguir malgastando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * seguir tirando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * ser una pérdida de dinero = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * sin dinero = impecunious.
    * sin dinero en metálico = cashless.
    * suma de dinero = sum of money.
    * suma simbólica de dinero = symbolic sum of money.
    * tener dinero a punta pala = roll in + Dinero.
    * tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda = be money and effort down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero = throw + Posesivo + money down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero por la ventana = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * transferencia de dinero = money transfer.
    * transferir dinero = transfer + money.
    * un montonazo de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * un montón de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * utilizar el dinero sabiamente = spend + wisely.
    * * *
    masculino money

    gente de dinerowell-off o wealthy people

    dinero contante y sonante — (fam) hard cash

    hacer dineroto make money

    tirar el dinero — (fam) to throw money away

    * * *
    el dinero
    = green, the

    Ex: I've been living with it for nearly six years, so listen to the voice of experience -- the green will creep into your life and you will eventually hate it.

    = hard currency, money [monies, -pl.], monies [money, -sing.], funds, wealth.

    Ex: This could also be attributed to limited hard currency or other means of international payment.

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS can then tell which borrowers owe the library money.
    Ex: Accurate records must be kept of all monies received and disbursed and normally the cash is balanced at weekly intervals.
    Ex: Funds received from federal or foundation grants are allocated for specific projects or programs on a one-time or temporary basis, and such funds are considered 'soft' money as compared to funds for permanently authorized positions.
    Ex: In rural areas, too, great variations in wealth exist side by side, from affluent farmers and landowners on the one hand, to extremely low-paid farm workers on the other.
    * administrar dinero = manage + funds.
    * ahorrar dinero = save + money.
    * ahorrar un montón de dinero = save + a ton of money.
    * ahorro de dinero = savings in money.
    * andar apurado de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar corto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar falto de dinero = be strapped for + cash.
    * andar (muy) apurado de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) corto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) escaso de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * andar (muy) falto de dinero = be (hard) pressed for + money.
    * apoquinar dinero = shell out + money, fork over + money.
    * aprovechar mejor el dinero = get + more for + Posesivo + money.
    * apurado de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * asignación de dinero público = tax support.
    * asignar dinero = commit + fund.
    * blanquear dinero = launder + money.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * blanqueo de dinero = money laundering.
    * buena suma de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * buen tocho de dinero = hefty sum of money.
    * casarse con alguien de dinero = marry into + money, marry + a fortune, marry + money.
    * casarse por dinero = marry + money.
    * cobro de dinero = collection of fees.
    * comprometer dinero = commit + money, lien + funds.
    * con poco dinero = on the cheap.
    * conseguir el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * contar dinero = count + money.
    * conversión en dinero = monetisation [monetization, -USA].
    * convertido a dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * convertir en dinero = monetise [monetize, -USA].
    * corto de dinero = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money.
    * costar dinero = cost + money, take + money.
    * costar muchísimo dinero = break + the bank.
    * culto al dinero = cult of money.
    * dar dinero = pay + money, donate + Posesivo + money.
    * dedicar dinero = dedicate + money.
    * de dinero = well-to-do, well-off.
    * derrochar dinero = waste + money.
    * derroche de dinero = waste of money, spending spree.
    * desembolsar dinero = disburse + cash, disburse + monies, shell out + money, shell out, fork over + money.
    * desperdicio de dinero = money waster.
    * despilfarrar dinero = squander + money.
    * despilfarro de dinero = spending spree.
    * destinado a ahorrar dinero = money-saving.
    * dinero atrae al dinero, el = riches attract riches.
    * dinero contante y sonante = readies, the ready.
    * dinero de bolsillo = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero + dedicarse a = money + go towards.
    * dinero del premio = prize money.
    * dinero del rescate = ransom money.
    * dinero de soborno = hush money.
    * dinero de sobra para otros gastos = disposable income.
    * dinero, el = green, the.
    * dinero electrónico = electronic money.
    * dinero en efectivo = cash.
    * dinero en metálico = cash.
    * dinero fácil = get-rich-quick.
    * dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente = hard-earned money.
    * dinero inesperado = windfall, windfall moneys.
    * dinero mal habido = ill-gotten gains.
    * dinero negro = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money.
    * dinero para acallar la conciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para acallar la consciencia = conscience money.
    * dinero para caprichos = pin money.
    * dinero para gastos = per diem allowance.
    * dinero para gastos imprevistos = cash float, petty cash.
    * dinero para gastos iniciales = seeding money, seed money.
    * dinero para gastos personales = pocket change, pocket money.
    * dinero para pequeños gastos = out of pocket allowance.
    * dinero procedente de los impuestos = tax money (tax monies).
    * dinero propio = private means.
    * dinero público = public tax money, tax dollars, public money, public funds, public funding.
    * dinero público, el = public's dollars, the.
    * dinero que tanto ha costado ganar = hard-earned money.
    * dinero + ser para = money + go towards.
    * dinero sucio = dirty money.
    * dinero suelto = change, loose change.
    * dinero voluble = soft money.
    * donar dinero = donate + Posesivo + money.
    * el dinero es el origen de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero es la fuente de todos los males = money is the root of all evil.
    * el dinero mueve al mundo = money makes the world go (a)round.
    * el dinero no crece en los árboles = money doesn't grow on trees.
    * encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * en dinero = monetised [monetized, -pl.].
    * escaso de dinero = cash strapped, financially strapped, be strapped for + cash, short of money, strapped.
    * estrategia que ahorra dinero = money saver.
    * falto de dinero = short of money, strapped, financially strapped, cash strapped.
    * financiado con dinero público = publicly financed, publicly funded [publicly-funded], public funded [public-funded].
    * ganar bastante dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * ganar dinero = make + money, earn + money.
    * ganar mucho dinero = make + good money, earn + good money.
    * gastar dinero = expend + funds, spend + money.
    * gastarse más dinero = dig + deep.
    * gastarse un montón de dinero = lash out (on), go to + town on.
    * gasto de dinero = expenditure of money.
    * gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero = out-of-pocket costs.
    * grandes sumas de dinero = vast sums of money.
    * haber dinero de por medio = money + change hands.
    * hacer dinero = make + money.
    * hacer mucho dinero = make + good money.
    * ingreso de dinero = cash deposit.
    * interés por ganar dinero = profit motive.
    * invertir dinero = invest + money, commit + money.
    * invertir más dinero = dig + deep.
    * inyección de dinero = cash injection, injection of money.
    * inyectar dinero en = pump + money into.
    * inyectar dinero en la economía = pump + money into the economy.
    * malgastar dinero = waste + money.
    * mucho dinero = big bucks.
    * no escatimar dinero = lavish + money.
    * pagar dinero = fork over + money.
    * pagar una suma de dinero = pay + sum.
    * para hacer dinero = money-making.
    * pedir dinero prestado = borrow + money.
    * pérdida de dinero = cash drain.
    * por poco dinero = cheaply.
    * privilegio concedido por el dinero = moneyed privilege.
    * que ahorran dinero = dollar-saving.
    * quedarse sin dinero = run out of + cash.
    * recaudar dinero = pump prime + funds, raise + money, collect + money.
    * recolectar dinero = pass + the bucket (around).
    * remesa de dinero = remittance.
    * repartir dinero dadivosamente = shell out + money.
    * retirada de dinero = cash withdrawal.
    * retirar dinero = withdraw + cash.
    * reunir dinero = raise + money.
    * reunir el dinero = muster (up) + the cash.
    * reunir el dinero, encontrar el dinero = come up with + the money.
    * sabrosa suma de dinero, una = handsome sum of money, a.
    * sacar dinero = draw + cash, draw out + cash.
    * sacar el mayor partido al dinero de uno = get + the most for + Posesivo + money.
    * sacarle dinero a Alguien = wrestle + money from.
    * seguir malgastando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * seguir tirando el dinero = throw + good money after bad.
    * ser una pérdida de dinero = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * sin dinero = impecunious.
    * sin dinero en metálico = cashless.
    * suma de dinero = sum of money.
    * suma simbólica de dinero = symbolic sum of money.
    * tener dinero a punta pala = roll in + Dinero.
    * tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda = be money and effort down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero = throw + Posesivo + money down the drain.
    * tirar el dinero por la ventana = be money and effort down the drain, throw + Posesivo + money down the drain, be money down the drain.
    * transferencia de dinero = money transfer.
    * transferir dinero = transfer + money.
    * un montonazo de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * un montón de dinero = a huge amount of money.
    * utilizar el dinero sabiamente = spend + wisely.

    * * *
    money
    no llevaba nada de dinero encima I didn't have any money on me
    siempre anda escaso de dinero he's always short of money
    gente de dinero well-off o wealthy people
    tirar el dinero ( fam); to throw money away
    el dinero llama al dinero money begets money, money goes where money is
    Compuestos:
    hot money
    pocket money
    old money
    dinero efectivo or en efectivo
    cash
    undeclared income ( o profits etc)
    dirty money
    change
    * * *

     

    dinero sustantivo masculino
    money;

    gente de dinero well-off o wealthy people;
    hacer dinero to make money;
    dinero de bolsillo pocket money;
    dinero (en) efectivo cash;
    dinero suelto change;
    dinero contante y sonante (fam) hard cash
    dinero sustantivo masculino money
    dinero en efectivo, cash
    dinero negro, undeclared income
    dinero suelto, (loose) change
    ♦ Locuciones: andar bien de dinero, to be well-off
    andar mal de dinero, to be short of money

    ' dinero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acuciante
    - ahorrarse
    - alcanzar
    - apurada
    - apurado
    - apuro
    - arca
    - barbaridad
    - bastante
    - billete
    - blanquear
    - blanqueo
    - bolsillo
    - braga
    - buena
    - bueno
    - cambio
    - cantidad
    - cielo
    - contante
    - costar
    - cuarta
    - cuarto
    - dar
    - desplumar
    - devolver
    - escasa
    - escaso
    - estirar
    - evadir
    - evasión
    - falsa
    - falso
    - flete
    - fortuna
    - gastar
    - gasto
    - girar
    - gratificar
    - hacer
    - holgada
    - holgado
    - indemnización
    - inversión
    - invertir
    - irse
    - juntar
    - limitación
    - llevar
    - llevarse
    English:
    account for
    - administration
    - advance
    - advantage
    - after
    - allow
    - amass
    - amount
    - appropriate
    - aside
    - ask for
    - attraction
    - badly
    - bare
    - beg
    - blow
    - boat
    - borrower
    - bread
    - buck
    - bundle
    - buy
    - cash
    - cash box
    - catch
    - chain letter
    - change
    - chip in
    - colour
    - come in
    - come into
    - congregation
    - contribute
    - contribution
    - contributor
    - cough up
    - credit
    - cult
    - dash
    - dole out
    - dough
    - draw
    - dud
    - earn
    - enough
    - equate
    - evenly
    - exist
    - extravagance
    - extravagant
    * * *
    dinero nm
    money;
    llevaba algo de dinero encima she had some money on her;
    ¿pagará con dinero o con tarjeta? will you be paying in cash or by credit card?;
    una familia de dinero a family of means;
    se junta con gente de dinero she mixes with wealthy people;
    andar bien/mal de dinero to be well off for/short of money;
    hacer dinero to make money;
    hacer algo por dinero to do sth for money;
    tirar el dinero to waste money;
    (el) dinero llama a(l) dinero money goes where money is
    Econ dinero en circulación money in circulation;
    dinero circulante money in circulation;
    dinero de curso legal legal tender;
    Informát dinero electrónico e-cash;
    dinero fácil easy money;
    dinero falso counterfeit money;
    dinero negro undeclared income/payment;
    dinero plástico plastic money;
    dinero sucio dirty money;
    dinero suelto loose change;
    Fin dinero a la vista call money
    * * *
    m money;
    estar mal de dinero be short of money o cash;
    el dinero no hace la felicidad money doesn’t bring happiness
    * * *
    dinero nm
    : money
    * * *
    dinero n money
    ¿tienes dinero? have you got any money?
    de dinero wealthy [comp. wealthier; super. wealthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero

  • 6 dinero sucio

    m.
    dirty money, dishonestly acquired money, tainted money, boodle.
    * * *
    (n.) = dirty money
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be ' dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    * * *

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be ' dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero sucio

  • 7 hecho cisco

    (adj.) = wrecked
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    * * *
    (adj.) = wrecked

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho cisco

  • 8 hecho polvo

    adj.
    1 converted to dust, powdered, converted into dust.
    2 exhausted, zonked, zonked out.
    * * *
    (adj.) = wrecked, dog tired
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex. After all, who has not felt dog-tired and drained, sometimes for long stretches, at one time or another?.
    * * *
    (adj.) = wrecked, dog tired

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.

    Ex: After all, who has not felt dog-tired and drained, sometimes for long stretches, at one time or another?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho polvo

  • 9 horroroso

    adj.
    horrible, frightful, fearsome, dreadful.
    * * *
    1 (que causa miedo) horrifying, terrifying
    2 familiar (feo) ghastly, hideous
    3 familiar (malísimo) dreadful, awful
    * * *
    (f. - horrorosa)
    adj.
    horrible, horrifying
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=aterrador) dreadful, ghastly *
    2) (=horrible) [ropa, peinado] hideous, horrific; [dolor] terrible; [película, libro] dreadful
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo < crimen> horrific, horrifying; <película/novela> terrible, awful; <persona/vestido> awful, ghastly, horrific (colloq)
    * * *
    = appalling, frightful, horrendous, horrifying, shocking, horrible, dreadful, hellish, grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.], horrid, yucky [yuckier -comp., yuckiest -sup.].
    Ex. His article, 'The skeleton in the our closet: public libraries art collections suffer appalling losses,' examines the problem of theft and mutilation of art materials in public libraries.
    Ex. The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex. If we were confronted with the alternatives that Mr. Gorman described this morning, it would have been a horrendous undertaking.
    Ex. The article 'A horrifying problem' examines the controversial issue about whether to remove books about satanism from the library shelves.
    Ex. The author mentions several recent shocking revelations concerning the activities of the Japanese government and its officials.
    Ex. Not saving the wildlife is too horrible to contemplate, but saving it will require us to accept harsh realities and abandon romantic notions.
    Ex. The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex. Much of what he sees and shows his readers is grim, if not grisly.
    Ex. The horrid thing broke out with a screeching laugh, and pointed his brown finger at me.
    Ex. I saw Gina's post the other day where she said she feels 'fat and frumpish and yucky'.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo < crimen> horrific, horrifying; <película/novela> terrible, awful; <persona/vestido> awful, ghastly, horrific (colloq)
    * * *
    = appalling, frightful, horrendous, horrifying, shocking, horrible, dreadful, hellish, grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.], horrid, yucky [yuckier -comp., yuckiest -sup.].

    Ex: His article, 'The skeleton in the our closet: public libraries art collections suffer appalling losses,' examines the problem of theft and mutilation of art materials in public libraries.

    Ex: The book, written by a man who is not a military historian as such, is concerned above all with showing the war's hideousness, its frightful human cost, its pathos and loss, and its essential failure to achieve its objectives.
    Ex: If we were confronted with the alternatives that Mr. Gorman described this morning, it would have been a horrendous undertaking.
    Ex: The article 'A horrifying problem' examines the controversial issue about whether to remove books about satanism from the library shelves.
    Ex: The author mentions several recent shocking revelations concerning the activities of the Japanese government and its officials.
    Ex: Not saving the wildlife is too horrible to contemplate, but saving it will require us to accept harsh realities and abandon romantic notions.
    Ex: The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex: Much of what he sees and shows his readers is grim, if not grisly.
    Ex: The horrid thing broke out with a screeching laugh, and pointed his brown finger at me.
    Ex: I saw Gina's post the other day where she said she feels 'fat and frumpish and yucky'.

    * * *
    ‹crimen› horrific, horrifying; ‹película/novela› terrible, dreadful; ‹persona/vestido› awful, ghastly ( colloq), horrific ( colloq)
    hizo un tiempo horroroso the weather was horrendous o awful o foul
    tengo un hambre horrorosa I'm terribly hungry, I'm absolutely starving ( colloq)
    * * *

    horroroso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹ crimen horrific, horrifying;


    película/novela terrible, awful;
    persona/vestido awful, horrific (colloq);

    horroroso,-a adjetivo
    1 (que causa terror) horrifying, terrifying
    2 fam (muy feo) hideous, ghastly
    3 fam (muy desagradable) awful, dreadful

    ' horroroso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    horrorosa
    - traer
    - horrendo
    English:
    appalling
    - ask back
    - frightful
    - ghastly
    - grisly
    - harrowing
    - hideous
    - horrid
    - vile
    - wicked
    - awful
    - horrendous
    - horrible
    - horrific
    - horrifying
    * * *
    horroroso, -a, horrendo, -a adj
    1. [terrorífico] horrific, horrifying, terrifying;
    un accidente horroroso a horrific accident
    2. Fam [muy malo] appalling, awful;
    nos hizo un tiempo horroroso we had appalling o awful weather
    3. Fam [muy feo] hideous;
    tiene un novio horroroso she's got a hideous boyfriend;
    ese vestido le queda horroroso that dress looks hideous on her
    4. Fam [muy grande]
    tengo un frío horroroso I'm absolutely freezing;
    ¡qué frío más horroroso! it's absolutely freezing!;
    tengo un hambre horrorosa I'm ravenous o starving;
    * * *
    adj terrible; (de mala calidad) dreadful; ( feo) hideous
    * * *
    horroroso, -sa adj
    1) : horrifying, terrifying
    2) : dreadful, bad
    * * *
    1. (accidente, etc) horrific
    2. (horrible) awful / terrible

    Spanish-English dictionary > horroroso

  • 10 infernal

    adj.
    * * *
    1 (del infierno) infernal
    2 familiar figurado hellish
    * * *
    ADJ infernal, hellish
    * * *
    adjetivo < ruido> infernal, hideous; < música> diabolical
    * * *
    = hellish, scorching.
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    Ex. It is widely known that black robes help the Bedouins to keep cool in the scorching heat of the desert.
    ----
    * calor infernal = blistering heat.
    * * *
    adjetivo < ruido> infernal, hideous; < música> diabolical
    * * *
    = hellish, scorching.

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.

    Ex: It is widely known that black robes help the Bedouins to keep cool in the scorching heat of the desert.
    * calor infernal = blistering heat.

    * * *
    ‹ruido› infernal, hideous; ‹música› diabolical
    hacía un calor infernal it was baking o unbearably o hellishly hot ( colloq)
    tengo un dolor de muelas infernal I have terrible o unbearable toothache
    * * *

    infernal adjetivo ‹ ruido infernal, hideous;
    música diabolical;

    infernal adjetivo infernal, hideous: tengo un dolor de cabeza infernal, I've got a dreadful headache

    ' infernal' also found in these entries:
    English:
    hellish
    * * *
    1. [del infierno] infernal
    2. [ruido, tiempo] abominable;
    hizo un calor infernal it was infernally hot
    * * *
    adj
    1 ruido, calor infernal
    2 ( muy malo) diabolical
    * * *
    : infernal, hellish

    Spanish-English dictionary > infernal

  • 11 naufragado

    adj.
    shipwrecked, wrecked.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: naufragar.
    * * *
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    * * *

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.

    Spanish-English dictionary > naufragado

  • 12 siniestrado

    adj.
    injured, damaged.
    * * *
    1 damaged
    * * *
    siniestrado, -a
    1.
    ADJ damaged, wrecked, crashed

    la zona siniestrada — the affected area, the disaster zone

    2.
    SM / F victim
    * * *
    - da adjetivo (frml)
    * * *
    Ex. The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo (frml)
    * * *

    Ex: The movie novel is about a trio of small-town guys who come across a wrecked plane containing a bag full of what they presume to be 'dirty money' and decide to hold onto it, with predictably hellish consequences.

    * * *
    ( frml):
    encontraron su cadáver en el avión siniestrado they found her body in the wreckage of the airplane
    los vehículos siniestrados the vehicles involved in the accident
    la central nuclear siniestrada the nuclear power plant where the explosion ( o fire etc) took place
    * * *

    siniestrado,-a adjetivo that has undergone damage or loss, involved in an accident
    ' siniestrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    siniestrada
    - resto
    English:
    stricken
    - wreck
    * * *
    siniestrado, -a
    adj
    [edificio] ruined, destroyed;
    el coche siniestrado viajaba en dirección contraria the car that caused the accident was driving on the wrong side of the road;
    los pilotos consiguieron salir del avión siniestrado the pilots managed to escape from the wreckage of the plane
    nm,f
    (accident) victim
    * * *
    adj wrecked
    * * *
    siniestrado, -da adj
    : damaged, wrecked
    zona siniestrada: disaster zone

    Spanish-English dictionary > siniestrado

  • 13 sucio

    adj.
    1 dirty, messy, filthy, nasty.
    2 dirty.
    3 dirty, evil-minded.
    * * *
    1 (con manchas) dirty, filthy
    2 (que se ensucia fácilmente) which dirties easily, which shows the dirt
    3 figurado (deshonesto) shady, underhand
    5 DEPORTE figurado foul, dirty, unfair
    6 figurado (trabajo, lenguaje) dirty, filthy
    1 figurado in an underhand way, dirty
    \
    en sucio in rough
    tener una lengua sucia to be foul-mouthed
    ————————
    1 figurado in an underhand way, dirty
    * * *
    (f. - sucia)
    adj.
    dirty, filthy, messy
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=manchado) [cara, ropa, suelo] dirty

    hazlo primero en sucio — make a rough draft first, do it in rough first

    2) [color] dirty
    3) (=fácil de manchar)

    los pantalones blancos son muy sucios — white trousers show the dirt, white trousers get dirty very easily

    4) (=obsceno) dirty, filthy

    palabras sucias — dirty words, filthy words

    5) (=deshonesto) [jugada] foul, dirty; [táctica] dirty; [negocio] shady
    6) [conciencia] bad
    7) [lengua] coated, furred
    2.
    ADV
    3.
    SM And bit of dirt
    * * *
    I
    - cia adjetivo
    1)
    a) [ESTAR] <ropa/casa/vaso> dirty

    ¿de quién es este cuaderno tan sucio? — whose is this grubby exercise book?

    hacer algo en sucioto do a rough draft of something (AmE), do something in rough (BrE)

    b) < lengua> furred, coated
    2) [SER]
    b) < color> dirty (before n)
    c) < trabajo> dirty; <dinero/negocio/juego> dirty
    d) < lenguaje> filthy; < mente> dirty
    II
    masculino (Ven fam) dirty mark
    * * *
    = brown, dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.], dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.], murky [murkier -comp., murkiest -sup.], grubby, dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.], messy [messier -comp., messiest -sup.], soiled, grungy, unclean, squalid, minging, mucky [muckier -comp., muckiest -sup.], tarnished, unwashed.
    Ex. The horrid thing broke out with a screeching laugh, and pointed his brown finger at me.
    Ex. Shortly after he began as director, he moved the library from a dingy Carnegie mausoleum to a downtown department store that had become vacant.
    Ex. An authority file can also be used to clean up an inconsistent, dirty data base.
    Ex. There are extraordinary uncertainties in the murky future of higher education and to change the character of our library at this stage would be too extreme a measure.
    Ex. The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
    Ex. The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
    Ex. The author discusses current attempts to organize electronic information objects in a world that is messy, volatile and uncontrolled.
    Ex. The painting is a still life depiction of a soiled tablecloth on a table.
    Ex. It is primarily a story about a girl who, pregnant, flees her disapproving family to search for the father of her child in the grungy and sinister Midlands of England.
    Ex. The causes were accumulated dust on the books and an influx of unprocessed and unclean materials into the room.
    Ex. The author examines Whistler's visits to the more squalid sections of the city, his views along the Thames and his portrayals of street urchins.
    Ex. Everyone is attractive to someone, there is no such thing as a minger, but there are many people who I think are minging.
    Ex. Bulrush prefers full or partial sun, wet conditions, and soil that is mucky or sandy.
    Ex. Coca-Cola appears to be taking pains to buff up its tarnished image -- a controversy continues to brew over pesticides found in its soda products.
    Ex. It was Burke who first called the mob 'the great unwashed,' but the term ' unwashed' had been applied to them before.
    ----
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * capa de espuma sucia = scum.
    * cesta de la ropa sucia = linen basket, wash basket.
    * cesto de la ropa sucia = linen basket, wash basket.
    * conciencia sucia = guilty conscience.
    * dinero sucio = dirty money.
    * guerra sucia = dirty war.
    * persona encargada de hacer los trabajos sucios = hatchetman.
    * sacar a relucir los trapos sucios delante de otros = wash + dirty linen in front of others.
    * sacar a relucir los trapos sucios en público = air + dirty linen in public.
    * trabajo en sucio = rough work.
    * * *
    I
    - cia adjetivo
    1)
    a) [ESTAR] <ropa/casa/vaso> dirty

    ¿de quién es este cuaderno tan sucio? — whose is this grubby exercise book?

    hacer algo en sucioto do a rough draft of something (AmE), do something in rough (BrE)

    b) < lengua> furred, coated
    2) [SER]
    b) < color> dirty (before n)
    c) < trabajo> dirty; <dinero/negocio/juego> dirty
    d) < lenguaje> filthy; < mente> dirty
    II
    masculino (Ven fam) dirty mark
    * * *
    = brown, dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.], dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.], murky [murkier -comp., murkiest -sup.], grubby, dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.], messy [messier -comp., messiest -sup.], soiled, grungy, unclean, squalid, minging, mucky [muckier -comp., muckiest -sup.], tarnished, unwashed.

    Ex: The horrid thing broke out with a screeching laugh, and pointed his brown finger at me.

    Ex: Shortly after he began as director, he moved the library from a dingy Carnegie mausoleum to a downtown department store that had become vacant.
    Ex: An authority file can also be used to clean up an inconsistent, dirty data base.
    Ex: There are extraordinary uncertainties in the murky future of higher education and to change the character of our library at this stage would be too extreme a measure.
    Ex: The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
    Ex: The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
    Ex: The author discusses current attempts to organize electronic information objects in a world that is messy, volatile and uncontrolled.
    Ex: The painting is a still life depiction of a soiled tablecloth on a table.
    Ex: It is primarily a story about a girl who, pregnant, flees her disapproving family to search for the father of her child in the grungy and sinister Midlands of England.
    Ex: The causes were accumulated dust on the books and an influx of unprocessed and unclean materials into the room.
    Ex: The author examines Whistler's visits to the more squalid sections of the city, his views along the Thames and his portrayals of street urchins.
    Ex: Everyone is attractive to someone, there is no such thing as a minger, but there are many people who I think are minging.
    Ex: Bulrush prefers full or partial sun, wet conditions, and soil that is mucky or sandy.
    Ex: Coca-Cola appears to be taking pains to buff up its tarnished image -- a controversy continues to brew over pesticides found in its soda products.
    Ex: It was Burke who first called the mob 'the great unwashed,' but the term ' unwashed' had been applied to them before.
    * blanquear dinero sucio = launder + dirty money.
    * capa de espuma sucia = scum.
    * cesta de la ropa sucia = linen basket, wash basket.
    * cesto de la ropa sucia = linen basket, wash basket.
    * conciencia sucia = guilty conscience.
    * dinero sucio = dirty money.
    * guerra sucia = dirty war.
    * persona encargada de hacer los trabajos sucios = hatchetman.
    * sacar a relucir los trapos sucios delante de otros = wash + dirty linen in front of others.
    * sacar a relucir los trapos sucios en público = air + dirty linen in public.
    * trabajo en sucio = rough work.

    * * *
    A
    1 [ ESTAR] ‹ropa/casa/vaso› dirty
    tengo las manos sucias my hands are dirty
    ¿de quién es este cuaderno tan sucio? whose is this grubby exercise book? ( colloq)
    la habitación está tan sucia que da asco the room is disgustingly dirty o is filthy
    en sucio in rough
    primero haz el ejercicio en sucio first do the exercise in rough
    2 ‹lengua› furred, coated, furry ( colloq)
    B [ SER]
    1
    (que se ensucia fácilmente): las alfombras tan claras son muy sucias such light carpets get very dirty o show the dirt terribly
    2 ‹verde/amarillo› dirty ( before n)
    3 ‹trabajo› dirty
    es una tarea sucia y aburrida it's a dirty, tedious job
    4 ‹dinero/negocio/juego› dirty
    5 ‹palabras/lenguaje› dirty, filthy; ‹mente› dirty
    tener la conciencia sucia to have a guilty conscience
    ( Ven fam)
    dirty mark
    * * *

     

    sucio
    ◊ - cia adjetivo

    1
    a) [ESTAR] ‹ropa/casa/vaso dirty;


    b) lengua furred, coated

    2 [SER]
    a) trabajo dirty;

    dinero/negocio/juego dirty
    b) lenguaje filthy;

    mente dirty;

    sucio,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 dirty: tienes las manos sucias, your hands are dirty
    2 (obsceno) filthy, dirty
    3 (inmoral, deshonesto) juego sucio, foul play
    una jugada sucia, a dirty trick
    negocio sucio, shady business o deal
    trabajo sucio, dirty work
    (fraudulento) underhand
    4 (que se ensucia con facilidad) el blanco es un color muy sucio para vestir, white clothes get dirty so easily
    II adverbio unfairly
    jugar sucio, to play unfairly
    ' sucio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    asquerosa
    - asqueroso
    - cerdo
    - cochina
    - cochino
    - jugar
    - manchada
    - manchado
    - marrana
    - marrano
    - negra
    - negro
    - puerca
    - puerco
    - roñosa
    - roñoso
    - sucia
    - tinglado
    - zarrapastrosa
    - zarrapastroso
    - chancho
    - juego
    - negociado
    - piojoso
    - repugnar
    - rozado
    - tufo
    English:
    dingy
    - dirty
    - filthy
    - foul play
    - greasy
    - grimy
    - grubby
    - grungy
    - low
    - mess
    - messy
    - murky
    - play
    - soiled
    - foul
    * * *
    sucio, -a
    adj
    1. [sin limpieza] dirty;
    estar sucio to be dirty;
    tiene muy sucia la cocina his kitchen is very dirty;
    la ropa sucia the dirty clothes
    2. [al comer, trabajar] messy;
    ser sucio to be messy
    3. [que se ensucia]
    el blanco es un color muy sucio white is a colour that really shows the dirt
    4. [color] dirty;
    un pantalón de un color blanco sucio off-white Br trousers o US pants
    5. [lenguaje] dirty, filthy
    6. [conciencia] bad, guilty
    7.
    en sucio [escribir] in rough
    adv
    jugar sucio to play dirty
    nm
    Ven Fam stain, dirty mark
    * * *
    adj tb fig
    dirty;
    en sucio in rough;
    blanco sucio off-white
    * * *
    sucio, - cia adj
    : dirty, filthy
    * * *
    sucio adj dirty [comp. dirtier; superl. dirtiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > sucio

  • 14 usura

    f.
    usury.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: usurar.
    * * *
    1 usury
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino usury
    * * *
    = usury, usury.
    Ex. The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
    Ex. The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
    * * *
    femenino usury
    * * *
    = usury, usury.

    Ex: The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.

    Ex: The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.

    * * *
    usury
    * * *

    usura sustantivo femenino usury
    * * *
    usura nf
    usury
    * * *
    f usury
    * * *
    usura nf
    : usury
    usurario, -ria adj

    Spanish-English dictionary > usura

  • 15 usurario

    adj.
    usurious, loanshark.
    m.
    usurer, loanshark.
    * * *
    1 usurious
    * * *
    ADJ usurious, extortionate
    * * *
    Ex. The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
    * * *

    Ex: The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.

    * * *
    usurious
    * * *
    usurario, -a adj
    usurious
    * * *
    adj usurious

    Spanish-English dictionary > usurario

  • 16 usurero

    adj.
    1 usurious.
    2 usurious.
    m.
    usurer, shark, loan shark, profiteer.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 usurer
    * * *
    usurero, -a
    SM / F usurer
    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino usurer
    * * *
    = usurer, usurious, loan shark.
    Ex. He maintains that this evocation of the Inferno is apt because, though not a sodomite, Bulstrode can be seen in medieval terms as both a blasphemer and usurer.
    Ex. The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
    Ex. Loan sharks are unlicensed lenders, they operate illegally and away from any sort of regulation that governs the financial industry.
    * * *
    - ra masculino, femenino usurer
    * * *
    = usurer, usurious, loan shark.

    Ex: He maintains that this evocation of the Inferno is apt because, though not a sodomite, Bulstrode can be seen in medieval terms as both a blasphemer and usurer.

    Ex: The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
    Ex: Loan sharks are unlicensed lenders, they operate illegally and away from any sort of regulation that governs the financial industry.

    * * *
    usurero -ra
    masculine, feminine
    usurer
    * * *

    usurero
    ◊ -ra sustantivo masculino, femenino

    usurer
    usurero,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino usurer

    ' usurero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    usurera
    * * *
    usurero, -a nm,f
    1. [prestamista] usurer
    2. Pey [aprovechado]
    es un usurero he rips you off
    * * *
    m, usurera f usurer
    * * *
    usurero, -ra n
    : usurer

    Spanish-English dictionary > usurero

  • 17 malhabido

    ADJ [ganancia] ill-gotten
    * * *
    ( AmL) ill-gotten
    dinero malhabido dirty money
    se hacía pasar por médico con un título malhabido he was passing himself off as a doctor, using an illegally obtained degree

    Spanish-English dictionary > malhabido

  • 18 dinero negro/sucio

    dinero negro/sucio
    dirty money

    Spanish-English dictionary > dinero negro/sucio

  • 19 dinero ilegal

    • criminal funds
    • criminally obtained funds
    • dirty money
    • illicit funds
    • unlawful money

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > dinero ilegal

  • 20 dinero sucio

    • boodle
    • dirty money
    • dishonestly acquired money
    • filthy dirty
    • filthy lucre
    • filthy thing
    • tainted money

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > dinero sucio

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