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  • 1 enojado

    adj.
    1 angry, furious, cross, mad.
    2 furious, angry, irate.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: enojar.
    * * *
    1→ link=enojar enojar
    1 angry, cross
    * * *
    (f. - enojada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ angry, cross, mad (EEUU)

    dijo, enojado — he said angrily

    * * *
    - da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq); ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq)

    esta enojado contigo — he`s angry/annoyed with you

    * * *
    = annoyed, irate, upset, angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.], in a rage, angrily, crossly, irritated, pissed off, ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], exasperated, miffed, out of anger, in a grouch.
    Ex. Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.
    Ex. First, Sholom Aleichem I recently spent something like twenty minutes talking over the telephone with a suitably irate and properly frustrated borrower.
    Ex. He had never seen the children's librarian so upset.
    Ex. The irate patron stance is characterised by very erect posture, an angry facial expression, sustained eye contact, dilated pupils, emphatic head nods, and in rare cases, clenched fists.
    Ex. When a library user comes to the reference desk in frustration and desperation -- perhaps in a rage or in tears, it is often an unforgettable (and sometimes unpleasant) opportunity to test one's problem-solving abilities and diplomatic talents.
    Ex. 'Look!' he growled angrily.
    Ex. 'Justine refuses to work in your department, Muriel, if it involves overtime,' she said crossly.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Pissed Off: The Ethnography of a Heavy Metal Musician'.
    Ex. The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex. He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex. These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex. If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    Ex. Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
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    * enojado al máximo = mad as hell.
    * estar enojado = get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle.
    * irse enojado dando zapatazos = stomp away.
    * salir enojado dando zapatazos = stomp out of.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq); ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq)

    esta enojado contigo — he`s angry/annoyed with you

    * * *
    = annoyed, irate, upset, angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.], in a rage, angrily, crossly, irritated, pissed off, ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], exasperated, miffed, out of anger, in a grouch.

    Ex: Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.

    Ex: First, Sholom Aleichem I recently spent something like twenty minutes talking over the telephone with a suitably irate and properly frustrated borrower.
    Ex: He had never seen the children's librarian so upset.
    Ex: The irate patron stance is characterised by very erect posture, an angry facial expression, sustained eye contact, dilated pupils, emphatic head nods, and in rare cases, clenched fists.
    Ex: When a library user comes to the reference desk in frustration and desperation -- perhaps in a rage or in tears, it is often an unforgettable (and sometimes unpleasant) opportunity to test one's problem-solving abilities and diplomatic talents.
    Ex: 'Look!' he growled angrily.
    Ex: 'Justine refuses to work in your department, Muriel, if it involves overtime,' she said crossly.
    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: The article is entitled ' Pissed Off: The Ethnography of a Heavy Metal Musician'.
    Ex: The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex: He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex: These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex: If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    Ex: Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
    * enojado al máximo = mad as hell.
    * estar enojado = get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle.
    * irse enojado dando zapatazos = stomp away.
    * salir enojado dando zapatazos = stomp out of.

    * * *
    enojado -da
    ( esp AmL) angry, mad ( colloq); (en menor grado) annoyed, cross ( BrE colloq)
    —de ninguna manera —contestó enojado certainly not! he replied angrily
    están enojados y no se hablan they've fallen out o they've had an argument and they aren't speaking to each other
    estar enojado CON algn to be angry/annoyed WITH sb
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    Del verbo enojar: ( conjugate enojar)

    enojado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    enojado    
    enojar
    enojado
    ◊ -da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq);


    ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq);
    está enojado contigo he`s angry/annoyed with you;

    están enojados they've fallen out
    enojar ( conjugate enojar) verbo transitivo (esp AmL) to make … angry;

    ( en menor grado) to annoy
    enojarse verbo pronominal (esp AmL) to get angry, get mad (esp AmE colloq);
    ( en menor grado) to get annoyed, get cross (BrE colloq);
    enojadose con algn to get angry/annoyed with sb
    enojado,-a adjetivo angry
    enojar verbo transitivo to anger, annoy
    ' enojado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    enojada
    - picada
    - picado
    - arisco
    - arrecho
    - bravo
    - contrariado
    - encarado
    English:
    stamp
    - angry
    - annoyed
    - cross
    - vexed
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    enojado, -a adj
    esp Am [irritado] angry; [molesto] annoyed;
    estar enojado con alguien to be angry/annoyed with sb;
    está enojada con sus padres she's angry/annoyed with her parents;
    estoy muy enojado contigo I'm very angry/annoyed with you;
    estar enojado por algo to be angry/annoyed about sth;
    están enojados desde hace años they've been on bad terms with one another for years
    * * *
    adj L.Am.
    angry
    * * *
    enojado, -da adj
    1) : annoyed
    2) : angry, mad
    * * *
    enojado adj annoyed

    Spanish-English dictionary > enojado

  • 2 malhumorado

    adj.
    bad-humored, cranky, bad-tempered, crabbed.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: malhumorar.
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    1 bad-tempered
    \
    estar malhumorado,-a to be in a bad mood
    * * *
    (f. - malhumorada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ bad-tempered, grumpy
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) [SER] <persona/gesto> bad-tempered
    b) [ESTAR] < persona> in a bad mood
    * * *
    = sullen, surly [surlier -comp., surliest -sup.], crusty [crustier -comp., crustiest -sup.], truculent, peevish, morose, grumpy [grumpier -comp., grumpiest -sup.], ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], cranky [crankier -comp., crankiest -sup.], moody [moodier -comp., moodiest -sup.], curmudgeonly, cantankerous, bad-tempered, crabby [crabbier -comp., crabbiest, -sup.], short-tempered, hipped, ornery, mardy [mardier -comp., mardiest -sup.], grouch, in a grouch.
    Ex. He makes his feelings abundantly clear by sullen silences and glances that indicate complete disgust.
    Ex. He perceived that his life threatened to be an interminable succession of these mortifying interviews unless he could discover a way or ways to deal with her surly and terrorizing ferocity.
    Ex. For this crusty author as well as for that young one having fun being famous is what matters = Tanto para este autor hosco como para aquel autor joven, ser famoso es lo que importa.
    Ex. Senior staff members said that these fevers of truculent behavior had manifested themselves only within the past two or three years.
    Ex. In 1912 a group of women library students were accused of lacking a sense of proportion, being peevish and being absorbed in small details.
    Ex. His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex. That's despite grumpy comments like those of William Hartston who said it was 'surely one of the ugliest words ever to slither its way into our dictionaries'.
    Ex. The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex. For example, you already know that living in a windowless room will make you cranky and out of sorts.
    Ex. Moody explorations of unexplained phenomenon can also be found = También se pueden encontrar exploraciones taciturnas de fenómenos inexplicables.
    Ex. Offended by the idea of an addict selling sneakers to kids, he launched into a curmudgeonly rant.
    Ex. To attain this order within the structure of chaos, Eros divided himself into two parts: Eros as amicable, social love and Eros as cantankerous, divisive discord.
    Ex. He was a brave novelist but also bad-tempered, churlish and subject to fits of rage.
    Ex. The normally perky and intrepid Cristina is flat out crabby these days.
    Ex. A medical doctor had told him that the reason why women have faster pulse beats is because they are short-tempered.
    Ex. His in danger of becoming hipped, a prey to his own doubts and fears, and unable to accomplish anything in life beyond catering to his own morbid fancies.
    Ex. My mama says that alligators are ornery because they got all them teeth and no toothbrush.
    Ex. They were be very mardy about it, but they accepted it, because if they hadn't their course grade would have suffered.
    Ex. We all have a grouch in our lives and if we wake up on the wrong side of the bed or take our daily mean pill, at the very nicest, we have been described as a ' grouch'.
    Ex. Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) [SER] <persona/gesto> bad-tempered
    b) [ESTAR] < persona> in a bad mood
    * * *
    = sullen, surly [surlier -comp., surliest -sup.], crusty [crustier -comp., crustiest -sup.], truculent, peevish, morose, grumpy [grumpier -comp., grumpiest -sup.], ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], cranky [crankier -comp., crankiest -sup.], moody [moodier -comp., moodiest -sup.], curmudgeonly, cantankerous, bad-tempered, crabby [crabbier -comp., crabbiest, -sup.], short-tempered, hipped, ornery, mardy [mardier -comp., mardiest -sup.], grouch, in a grouch.

    Ex: He makes his feelings abundantly clear by sullen silences and glances that indicate complete disgust.

    Ex: He perceived that his life threatened to be an interminable succession of these mortifying interviews unless he could discover a way or ways to deal with her surly and terrorizing ferocity.
    Ex: For this crusty author as well as for that young one having fun being famous is what matters = Tanto para este autor hosco como para aquel autor joven, ser famoso es lo que importa.
    Ex: Senior staff members said that these fevers of truculent behavior had manifested themselves only within the past two or three years.
    Ex: In 1912 a group of women library students were accused of lacking a sense of proportion, being peevish and being absorbed in small details.
    Ex: His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex: That's despite grumpy comments like those of William Hartston who said it was 'surely one of the ugliest words ever to slither its way into our dictionaries'.
    Ex: The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex: For example, you already know that living in a windowless room will make you cranky and out of sorts.
    Ex: Moody explorations of unexplained phenomenon can also be found = También se pueden encontrar exploraciones taciturnas de fenómenos inexplicables.
    Ex: Offended by the idea of an addict selling sneakers to kids, he launched into a curmudgeonly rant.
    Ex: To attain this order within the structure of chaos, Eros divided himself into two parts: Eros as amicable, social love and Eros as cantankerous, divisive discord.
    Ex: He was a brave novelist but also bad-tempered, churlish and subject to fits of rage.
    Ex: The normally perky and intrepid Cristina is flat out crabby these days.
    Ex: A medical doctor had told him that the reason why women have faster pulse beats is because they are short-tempered.
    Ex: His in danger of becoming hipped, a prey to his own doubts and fears, and unable to accomplish anything in life beyond catering to his own morbid fancies.
    Ex: My mama says that alligators are ornery because they got all them teeth and no toothbrush.
    Ex: They were be very mardy about it, but they accepted it, because if they hadn't their course grade would have suffered.
    Ex: We all have a grouch in our lives and if we wake up on the wrong side of the bed or take our daily mean pill, at the very nicest, we have been described as a ' grouch'.
    Ex: Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.

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    1 [ SER] ‹persona/gesto› bad-tempered
    2 [ ESTAR] ‹persona› in a bad mood
    hoy se ha levantado/anda muy malhumorado he has woken up/he is in a very bad mood today
    * * *

    Del verbo malhumorar: ( conjugate malhumorar)

    malhumorado es:

    el participio

    malhumorado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) [SER] ‹persona/gesto bad-tempered

    b) [ESTAR] ‹ persona in a bad mood

    malhumorado,-a adjetivo bad-tempered
    ' malhumorado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    malencarada
    - malencarado
    - malhumorada
    - colérico
    - taimado
    English:
    crabby
    - cross
    - crotchety
    - crusty
    - grumpy
    - ill-humoured
    - ill-tempered
    - mean
    - moody
    - morose
    - peevish
    - petulant
    - stroppy
    - bad
    - sulky
    - truculent
    * * *
    malhumorado, -a adj
    1. [de mal carácter] bad-tempered
    2. [enfadado] in a bad mood
    * * *
    adj bad-tempered
    * * *
    malhumorado, -da adj
    : bad-tempered, cross
    * * *
    malhumorado adj bad tempered [comp. worse tempered; superl. worst tempered]

    Spanish-English dictionary > malhumorado

  • 3 bilioso

    adj.
    1 bilious, bilious-green.
    2 bilious, ill-humored, spleenful, spleeny.
    3 bilious.
    * * *
    1 bilious
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (Med) bilious
    2) (=irritable) bilious, peevish
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo bilious
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo bilious
    * * *
    bilioso -sa
    1 ( Fisiol) bilious
    2 (irritable) bilious
    * * *
    bilioso, -a adj
    1. [con bilis] bilious
    2. [con mal genio] bilious
    * * *
    adj tb fig
    bilious
    * * *
    bilioso, -sa adj
    1) : bilious
    2) : irritable

    Spanish-English dictionary > bilioso

  • 4 desazonado

    adj.
    1 ill-adapted, unfit for some purpose (tierra).
    2 peevish, impertinent, passionate, ill-humored.
    3 poorly, indifferent in health.
    4 tasteless, insipid.
    5 alloverish.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: desazonar.
    * * *
    1→ link=desazonar desazonar
    2 figurado (inquieto) anxious, uneasy
    3 (soso) tasteless, insipid
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) [estar] ( inquieto) uneasy
    b) [ser] ( sin sabor) insipid
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) [estar] ( inquieto) uneasy
    b) [ser] ( sin sabor) insipid
    * * *
    1 [ ESTAR] (inquieto) uneasy
    2 [ SER] (sin sabor) insipid, tasteless
    * * *

    Del verbo desazonar: ( conjugate desazonar)

    desazonado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    desazonado    
    desazonar
    desazonado,-a adjetivo uneasy, tense
    desazonar verbo transitivo to cause unease to, upset, worry
    ' desazonado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desazonada
    - inquieta
    - inquieto
    * * *
    desazonado, -a adj
    1. [soso] tasteless, insipid
    2. [inquieto] uneasy, nervous
    3. [enfermo] unwell
    * * *
    adj worried, anxious

    Spanish-English dictionary > desazonado

  • 5 estar malhumorado

    v.
    to be in a bad humor, to be upset, to be ill humored, to sulk.
    * * *
    to be in a bad mood

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar malhumorado

  • 6 bilioso

    • bilious
    • bilious-green
    • ill-humored
    • spleenful
    • spleeny
    • splenetic
    • splenetical

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > bilioso

  • 7 de mal carácter

    • bad-tempered
    • ill-humored
    • ill-humoured
    • ill-natured
    • ill-tempered
    • short-tempered
    • uncongenial

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de mal carácter

  • 8 de muy mal humor

    • bad-humoredly
    • crossly
    • ill-humored
    • shrewishly
    • splenetic
    • splenetical

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de muy mal humor

  • 9 enojadizo

    • cranky
    • fretful
    • huffy
    • ill-humored
    • ill-humoured
    • ill-tempered
    • irritable
    • short-tempered

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > enojadizo

  • 10 estar de chicha

    • be ill humored

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > estar de chicha

  • 11 estar de mal humor

    • be ill humored
    • be in a bad humor
    • be in a bad mood
    • be in a bad temper
    • be in a black mood
    • be in a pet
    • be in an ugly mood
    • be out of sorts
    • be peeved

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > estar de mal humor

  • 12 estar malhumorado

    • be ill humored
    • be in a bad humor
    • be upset

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > estar malhumorado

  • 13 malhumorado

    • bad-humored
    • bad-tempered
    • Cimmerian
    • crabbed
    • crabby
    • cranky
    • grillet
    • grim face
    • ill-humored
    • ill-humoured
    • ill-tempered
    • in a pet
    • long-faced
    • mirthless
    • petting
    • pettishly
    • splenetic
    • sulky
    • sullen
    • surly
    • unsmiling

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > malhumorado

  • 14 que tiene mal genio

    • bloody-minded
    • ill-humored
    • ill-humoured
    • ill-tempered
    • irritable
    • short-tempered

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > que tiene mal genio

  • 15 protocolo ILL

    (n.) = ILL protocol
    Ex. Implementations based on the ILL protocol have been developed in Canada and implementations of the U.S. Information Retrieval protocol, NISO Z39.50, a compatible superset of the SR protocol, are underway in the U.S..
    * * *

    Ex: Implementations based on the ILL protocol have been developed in Canada and implementations of the U.S. Information Retrieval protocol, NISO Z39.50, a compatible superset of the SR protocol, are underway in the U.S..

    Spanish-English dictionary > protocolo ILL

  • 16 talante

    m.
    1 mood.
    estar de buen talante to be in a good mood
    2 character, disposition.
    * * *
    1 (disposición) disposition, mood
    2 (voluntad) willingness
    \
    de buen talante willingly
    de mal talante unwillingly, reluctantly
    estar de buen talante to be in a good mood
    estar de mal talante to be in a bad mood
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=carácter)
    2) (=humor) mood
    3) (=disposición)
    * * *
    a) ( humor) mood

    estar de buen/mal talante — to be in a good/bad mood

    b) (voluntad, disposición) willingness
    * * *
    = flair.
    Nota: A veces confundido con flare.
    Ex. The image of the reference librarian, as portrayed by Katherine Hepburn in the film, 'Desk Set,' suggests the superb flair and intellectual acumen with which reference librarians would like to dazzle their patrons.
    * * *
    a) ( humor) mood

    estar de buen/mal talante — to be in a good/bad mood

    b) (voluntad, disposición) willingness
    * * *
    Nota: A veces confundido con flare.

    Ex: The image of the reference librarian, as portrayed by Katherine Hepburn in the film, 'Desk Set,' suggests the superb flair and intellectual acumen with which reference librarians would like to dazzle their patrons.

    * * *
    1 (humor) mood
    hoy está de muy mal talante he's in a very bad mood today
    siempre está de buen talante she's always very good-humored
    respondió de muy mal talante he answered bad-temperedly o with ill grace
    2 (voluntad, disposición) willingness
    el talante negociador del gobierno the government's willingness to negotiate
    cooperó de buen talante he contributed willingly
    * * *

    talante sustantivo masculino ( humor) mood;

    talante sustantivo masculino
    1 (estado de ánimo, carácter) temper, mood: está de buen talante, she's in a good mood
    2 (disposición, gana) willingness
    de buen talante, willingly
    de mal talante, unwillingly, reluctantly

    ' talante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ácida
    - ácido
    - ánimo
    - genio
    - humor
    English:
    grace
    * * *
    1. [humor] mood;
    estar de buen/mal talante to be in a good/bad mood
    2. [carácter] character, disposition;
    tiene buen/mal talante he's good-natured/he's an unpleasant type;
    manifestó un talante conciliador ante sus rivales he showed a conciliatory disposition towards his rivals
    3. [disposición]
    hacer algo de buen/mal talante to do sth willingly/reluctantly o unwillingly
    * * *
    m ( genio, humor) mood;
    un talante bonachón a kindly nature;
    estar de buen/mal talante be in a good/bad mood
    * * *
    1) humor: mood, disposition
    2) voluntad: will, willingness

    Spanish-English dictionary > talante

  • 17 humorado

    adj.
    1 full of humors.
    2 well or ill disposed.
    3 humoured, tempered.
    * * *
    1
    * * *
    ADJ

    bien humorado — good-humoured, good-tempered

    mal humorado — bad-tempered, cross, peevish

    * * *
    * * *
    humorado, -a adj
    bien humorado good-humoured;
    mal humorado ill-humoured
    * * *
    adj
    :
    bien humorado good-tempered, good-humored, Br good-humoured;
    mal humorado bad-tempered

    Spanish-English dictionary > humorado

  • 18 de mal genio

    • bad-humored
    • bad-tempered
    • bloody-minded
    • hot tip
    • hot-stove rule
    • ill-natured
    • ill-tempered
    • out of temper
    • short-tempered
    • shrewish
    • wrasse
    • wrathfully

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de mal genio

  • 19 Doña

    f.
    1 woman, lady.
    2 donut, doughnut, sinker.
    3 dona.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: donar.
    imperat.
    2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: donar.
    * * *
    1 Mrs
    Doña Elena está enferma Elena is ill Table 1 NOTA Doña is a courtesy title placed before first names of women /Table 1
    * * *
    SF
    1) Cono Sur gift
    2) pl donas Méx trousseau sing
    * * *
    femenino (Méx) (Coc) doughnut, donut (AmE)
    * * *
    = Ms.
    Nota: Abreviatura utilizada indistintamente para referirse a una mujer esté casada o no y sin importar su edad.
    Ex. Ms. Hinton received her library degree from the University of North Carolina after getting her bachelor's from the Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.
    * * *
    femenino (Méx) (Coc) doughnut, donut (AmE)
    * * *
    = Ms.
    Nota: Abreviatura utilizada indistintamente para referirse a una mujer esté casada o no y sin importar su edad.

    Ex: Ms. Hinton received her library degree from the University of North Carolina after getting her bachelor's from the Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.

    * * *
    A ( Méx) ( Coc) doughnut, donut ( AmE)
    B donas fpl ( Méx ant) trousseau
    * * *

    Del verbo donar: ( conjugate donar)

    dona es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    dona    
    donar    
    doña
    dona sustantivo femenino (Méx) (Coc) doughnut, donut (AmE)
    donar ( conjugate donar) verbo transitivobienes/dinero to donate, give;
    sangre to give, donate;
    órganos to donate
    doña sustantivo femenino ( tratamiento de cortesía) ≈ Mrs/Ms;
    doña Cristina Fuentes Mrs/Ms Cristina Fuentes

    donar verbo transitivo
    1 to donate: lo donó al Museo Municipal, he donated it to the Town Museum
    2 (la sangre, un órgano) to give
    doña sustantivo femenino (Señora) D.ª Aurora Leite, Mrs Aurora Leite
    Es incorrecto traducir Doña Ana por Mrs Ana, ya que Mrs sólo se puede usar con un apellido. Lo correcto es traducirlo por Mrs Ana más el apellido o Mrs más el apellido.

    ' doña' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alteza
    - D.ª
    - dña
    - Dña.
    - dona
    - mandón
    - nupcias
    - querendón
    - respondón
    - tardón
    * * *
    dona nf
    CAm, Méx doughnut
    * * *
    donut, Br
    doughnut
    * * *
    dona nf, Mex : doughnut, donut
    * * *
    doña n Mrs
    Doña María Vázquez Mrs María Vázquez Mrs siempre va seguido del apellido, nunca del nombre solo

    Spanish-English dictionary > Doña

  • 20 PIB (Producto Interior Bruto)

    Ex. An extrapolation of the UK regional ILL figures shows that the Gross Domestic Product can be used to predict the volume of the interlending market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > PIB (Producto Interior Bruto)

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  • ill-humored — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. touchy, crabby, cross; see bothered , irritable , sullen …   English dictionary for students

  • ill-humored — cross, in a bad mood, irritable …   English contemporary dictionary

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