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  • 1 dom.

    ABR
    = domingo Sun.
    * * *
    dom. (abrev de domingo)
    Sun

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 2 dom.o

    ABR
    = domingo Sun.

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 3 r'stico

    m.
    rustic, peasant, country clown.

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 4 catedral

    kate'đral
    f
    Dom m, Münster n, Kathedrale f
    sustantivo femenino
    Kathedrale die
    catedral
    catedral [kate'ðral]
    sustantivo femenino
    Kathedrale femenino; como una catedral (figurativo) riesig; (alto) haushoch

    Diccionario Español-Alemán

  • 5 catedralicio

    (femenino catedralicia) adjetivo
    Dom-

    Diccionario Español-Alemán

  • 6 domo

    'đomo
    m ARCH
    Kuppel f, Dom m

    Diccionario Español-Alemán

  • 7 carta real

    (n.) = charter
    Ex. Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.
    * * *
    (n.) = charter

    Ex: Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 8 cédula

    f.
    1 credential, identification document, ID card, identification.
    2 document, certificate.
    * * *
    cédula
    nombre femenino
    1 document, certificate
    2 FINANZAS bond, warrant
    \
    FRASEOLOGÍA
    cédula de citación DERECHO summons
    cédula hipotecaria mortgage bond
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=documento) document

    dar cédula a algn — to license sb

    cédula ciudadanía — Col identity card, ID

    cédula de aduana — customs permit

    cédula de cambio — bill of exchange

    cédula de identidad — LAm identity card, ID

    cédula en blanco — blank cheque, blank check (EEUU)

    cédula hipotecaria — mortgage bond

    cédula personal — identity card, ID

    cédula real — royal letters patent

    2) (=ficha) index card
    3) (Com) warrant
    * * *
    femenino (Fin) bond, warrant
    * * *
    = charter.
    Ex. Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.
    ----
    * cédula hipotecaria = bond.
    * * *
    femenino (Fin) bond, warrant
    * * *
    = charter.

    Ex: Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.

    * cédula hipotecaria = bond.

    * * *
    cédula feminine carné de identidad (↑ carné a1)
    (Fin) bond, warrant
    Compuestos:
    cédula de ciudadanía
    (Col); identity card
    cédula de habitabilidad
    (Esp) (Adm) certificate of occupancy (AmE), certificate of fitness for habitation (BrE)
    cédula de identidad
    (AmL) identity card
    cédula de sufragio
    (Per) ballot, ballot papper
    cédula electoral
    (Per) ballot, ballot papper
    cédula hipotecaria
    mortgage debenture o bond
    * * *

     

    cédula sustantivo femenino (Fin) bond, warrant;
    cédula de identidad identity card

    cédula sustantivo femenino Fin bond, warrant

    'cédula' also found in these entries:
    English:
    identity
    * * *
    cédula nf
    document
    Comp
    cédula de citación summons [singular];
    cédula de habitabilidad = certificate stating that a place is habitable;
    cédula hipotecaria mortgage bond;
    Am cédula de identidad identity card;
    cédula de vecindad identity card
    * * *
    cédula
    f L.Am.
    identity document
    * * *
    cédula nf
    : document, certificate

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 9 diplomática

    f.
    diplomatics, science that studies old documents, science of deciphering antique documents.
    * * *
    diplomática
    nombre femenino
    1 diplomatics
    * * *
    1. f., (m. - diplomático) 2. f., (m. - diplomático)
    * * *
    SF
    1) ( Hist, Jur) diplomatics sing
    2) (=cuerpo) diplomatic corps
    3) (=carrera) diplomatic career, career in the foreign service
    diplomático
    * * *
    = diplomatics.
    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.
    Ex. Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.
    * * *
    = diplomatics.
    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.

    Ex: Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.

    * * *

    diplomático,-a
    I adj Pol diplomatic
    cuerpo diplomático, diplomatic corps
    fam (hábil, sutil, cauto) tactful, diplomatic
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino diplomat
    'diplomática' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    valija
    - vía
    - alegar
    - amparar
    - escudarse
    - misión
    English:
    claim
    - diplomatic immunity
    - mission
    - pinstripe
    - pinstriped
    - diplomatic
    - pin
    * * *
    diplomático
    I adj diplomatic
    II m, diplomática f diplomat

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 10 medieval

    adj.
    medieval.
    * * *
    medieval
    adjetivo
    1 medieval, mediaeval
    * * *
    adj.
    medieval
    * * *
    ADJ medieval
    * * *
    adjetivo medieval
    * * *
    = mediaeval [medieval, -USA].
    Ex. Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.
    ----
    * caballero medieval = mediaeval knight [medieval knight, -USA].
    * caballo de batalla medieval = destrier.
    * sociedad medieval = mediaeval society.
    * * *
    adjetivo medieval
    * * *
    = mediaeval [medieval, -USA].

    Ex: Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.

    * caballero medieval = mediaeval knight [medieval knight, -USA].
    * caballo de batalla medieval = destrier.
    * sociedad medieval = mediaeval society.

    * * *
    medieval
    adjective
    medieval
    * * *

    medieval adjetivo
    medieval
    medieval adjetivo medieval
    'medieval' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cantiga
    - caracterización
    - fascinar
    - sabor
    - sociedad
    English:
    mediaeval
    - medieval
    * * *
    medieval adj
    medieval
    * * *
    medieval
    adj medieval, Br tb
    mediaeval
    * * *
    medieval adj
    : medieval
    medievalista nmf
    * * *
    medieval adj medieval

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 11 monje

    m.
    monk.
    * * *
    monje
    nombre masculino
    1 monk
    * * *
    noun m.
    monk
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Rel) monk
    2) Caribe (=dinero) five-peso note
    * * *
    masculino monk
    * * *
    = monk.
    Ex. Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.
    ----
    * cotorra monje = monk parakeet.
    * * *
    masculino monk
    * * *
    = monk.

    Ex: Diplomatics is an auxiliary science of history created by the French monk Dom Jean Mabillon in 1681 to establish the authenticity of mediaeval charters.

    * cotorra monje = monk parakeet.

    * * *
    monje
    masculine
    monk
    * * *

    monje sustantivo masculino
    monk
    monje sustantivo masculino monk
    'monje' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    peregrino
    English:
    monk
    * * *
    monje nm
    monk
    * * *
    monje
    m monk
    * * *
    monje nm
    : monk
    * * *
    monje n monk

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 12 sabiduría

    f.
    wisdom, good sense, sageness.
    * * *
    sabiduría
    nombre femenino
    1 (conocimientos) knowledge
    2 (prudencia) wisdom
    * * *
    noun f.
    wisdom
    * * *
    SF (=saber) wisdom; (=instrucción) learning

    sabiduría popular — folklore

    * * *
    femenino wisdom

    la sabiduría popular — popular wisdom

    * * *
    = enlightenment, wisdom.
    Nota: Para otras palabras que contienen este sufijo, véase "dom".
    Ex. Considered as necessary work in the interest of humanity and general enlightenment, bibliography gains ground as the years pass.
    Ex. Assertion and personal opinion, when cloaked in an ostensibly sound job title, can become accepted wisdom and the justification for decision making.
    ----
    * con la sabiduría que da la experiencia = with the benefit of hindsight.
    * con sabiduría = sagely.
    * cúmulo de sabiduría = knowledge repository, repository of knowledge.
    * sabiduría colectiva, la = wisdom of the crowds, the.
    * sabiduría del colectivo, la = wisdom of the crowds, the.
    * sabiduría general = accepted wisdom.
    * sabiduría popular = lore.
    * * *
    femenino wisdom

    la sabiduría popular — popular wisdom

    * * *
    = enlightenment, wisdom.
    Nota: Para otras palabras que contienen este sufijo, véase "dom".

    Ex: Considered as necessary work in the interest of humanity and general enlightenment, bibliography gains ground as the years pass.

    Ex: Assertion and personal opinion, when cloaked in an ostensibly sound job title, can become accepted wisdom and the justification for decision making.
    * con la sabiduría que da la experiencia = with the benefit of hindsight.
    * con sabiduría = sagely.
    * cúmulo de sabiduría = knowledge repository, repository of knowledge.
    * sabiduría colectiva, la = wisdom of the crowds, the.
    * sabiduría del colectivo, la = wisdom of the crowds, the.
    * sabiduría general = accepted wisdom.
    * sabiduría popular = lore.

    * * *
    sabiduría
    feminine
    wisdom
    la sabiduría popular popular wisdom, folklore
    el niño asombraba a los mayores con su gran sabiduría the child amazed the adults with his great knowledge o wisdom
    * * *

     

    sabiduría sustantivo femenino
    wisdom
    sabiduría sustantivo femenino wisdom
    (experiencia) es una persona de gran sabiduría, he's very wise
    (sensatez, prudencia) no fiándote de él has demostrado sabiduría, that was very astute of you not to trust him
    'sabiduría' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    crecer
    - despliegue
    - infinito
    - prudencia
    English:
    dazzlingly
    - wisdom
    * * *
    sabiduría nf
    1. [conocimientos] knowledge, learning;
    la sabiduría popular folklore, popular wisdom
    2. [prudencia] wisdom;
    actuó con mucha sabiduría she acted very wisely
    * * *
    sabiduría
    f wisdom; (conocimientos) knowledge
    * * *
    sabiduría nf
    1) : wisdom
    2) : learning, knowledge
    * * *
    sabiduría n wisdom

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 13 concho

    adj.
    1 amber, tawny. (Ecuador)
    2 dark red. (Peru)
    intj.
    damn it, fuck it.
    m.
    1 taxi. (Caribbean)
    2 dregs, sediment.
    3 residue.
    4 left-overs (drogas).
    5 corn husk (Botany).
    6 end, finish. (Chile)
    Hasta el concho to the very end
    * * *
    I
    SM
    1) LAm (=poso) dregs pl , sediment; (=residuo) residue
    2) pl conchos (=sobras) left-overs
    II
    * EXCL euf sugar! *
    III
    SM Caribe (=taxi) taxi
    IV CAm
    1.
    ADJ crude, vulgar
    2.
    SM (=campesino) peasant; pey (=paleto) rustic, country bumpkin, hick (EEUU)
    V
    SM And, Cono Sur = conchito
    * * *
    I
    masculino
    1) (Chi) (del vino) lees (pl); (del café) dregs (pl)
    2) (Andes fam) (hijo menor) youngest (child)
    3) (Chi)
    a) (parte final) end, last bit

    se tomó hasta el último concho — he drank it down to the last drop

    b) conchos masculino plural (restos) leftovers (pl)
    II
    interjección (euf) shoot! (AmE euph), sugar! (BrE euph)
    * * *
    I
    masculino
    1) (Chi) (del vino) lees (pl); (del café) dregs (pl)
    2) (Andes fam) (hijo menor) youngest (child)
    3) (Chi)
    a) (parte final) end, last bit

    se tomó hasta el último concho — he drank it down to the last drop

    b) conchos masculino plural (restos) leftovers (pl)
    II
    interjección (euf) shoot! (AmE euph), sugar! (BrE euph)
    * * *
    concho1
    masculine
    A (Chi) (del vino) lees (pl); (del café) dregs (pl)
    Compuesto:
    concho de vino
    (Chi) (color) burgundy
    zapatos concho de vino burgundy-colored shoes
    B (Andes fam) (hijo menor) youngest, youngest child
    C (Chi)
    1 (parte final) end, last bit
    debes tomarte hasta el último concho you have to drink it down to the last drop
    2 conchos mpl (restos) leftovers (pl)
    D (Rep Dom) (taxi) (collective) taxi
    concho2
    interjection
    (euf); shoot! (AmE euph), sugar! (BrE euph)
    * * *

    concho sustantivo masculino (Chi)
    a) (del vino) lees (pl);

    (del café) dregs (pl)
    b) (fam) (parte final) end, last bit

    c)

    conchos sustantivo masculino plural (restos) leftovers (pl)

    * * *
    concho
    nm
    Andes
    1. [de café, vino] dregs
    Comp
    concho de vino burgundy
    2.
    conchos [de comida] leftovers
    interj Fam Euf
    1. [expresando sorpresa] Br blimey!, US jeez!
    2. [expresando disgusto] for heaven's sake!

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 14 motoconcho

    motoconcho
    masculine
    (Rep Dom); motorrickshaw

    Spanish-English dictionary

  • 15 cúpula

    f
    bot. mistička
    bot. nálevka
    bot. číška
    • kopule
    • kupole
    • parojem
    * * *
    f
    Co kapota (letadla)
    • dóm (parního kotle, cisternového vagónu aj.)
    • pancéřová věž (křižníku)
    • polokruhovitá báň (stavby)

    Diccionario español-checo

  • 16 domo

    m
    • dóm
    • kupole
    * * *
    m
    • dóm (parního kotle)

    Diccionario español-checo

  • 17 iglesia mayor

    • dóm

    Diccionario español-checo

  • 18 bóveda

    Dom; Kuppe

    Diccionario geografía española-alemana

  • 19 cúpula

    Diccionario geografía española-alemana

  • 20 domo

    Diccionario geografía española-alemana


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