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  • 1 aprobación

    f.
    approval, applause, authorization, consent.
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    1 (gen) approval; (ley) passing
    \
    dar su (mi, tu, etc) aprobación to give one's consent, approve
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    noun f.
    approval, endorsement
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    SF
    1) (Pol) [de una ley] passing
    2) [de informe, plan, acuerdo] approval, endorsement

    necesito tu aprobación para realizar la ventaI need your approval o endorsement to go ahead with the sale

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    femenino (de proyecto de ley, moción) passing; (de préstamo, acuerdo, plan) approval, endorsement; (de actuación, conducta de alguien) approval
    * * *
    = approval, endorsement, consent, encouragement, acknowledgement [acknowledgment], word of encouragement, passage, condonation, seal of approval, thumbs up.
    Ex. A number of more unusual arrangements have been tried, but none have met with wide approval.
    Ex. The project was given endorsement by the Standing Committees of the IFLA Section on Cataloguing and the then Section on Mechanization.
    Ex. Subject to the consent of the original author every thesis should be available for loan.
    Ex. Nevertheless my debts are real, and I particularly want to thank David Foxon for his illuminating commentary on the final sections, and D. F. McKenzie for his encouragement throughout.
    Ex. Then, without waiting for an acknowledgement, he said, 'Well, I think Albert is too much the union type' and James expressed surprise.
    Ex. This he knew happens to employees who are not given a word of encouragement, some recognition.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. There are four prominent common law defenses to a divorce suit: condonation, recrimination, collusion, and connivance.
    Ex. This use of square brackets has never had the official seal of approval of the FID.
    Ex. The article 'Apple Macintosh: thumbs up? thumbs down?' considers whether online searchers should use Apple Macintosh machines.
    ----
    * aprobación oficial = official seal of approval.
    * con aprobación = approvingly.
    * conseguir + Posesivo + aprobación = win + Posesivo + approval.
    * contar con la aprobación = meet with + approval.
    * contar con + Posesivo + aprobación = meet + Posesivo + approval.
    * no contar con la aprobación = frown on/upon.
    * obtener la aprobación = meet with + approval.
    * obtener + Posesivo + aprobación = meet + Posesivo + approval.
    * sujeto a aprobación = on approval.
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    femenino (de proyecto de ley, moción) passing; (de préstamo, acuerdo, plan) approval, endorsement; (de actuación, conducta de alguien) approval
    * * *
    = approval, endorsement, consent, encouragement, acknowledgement [acknowledgment], word of encouragement, passage, condonation, seal of approval, thumbs up.

    Ex: A number of more unusual arrangements have been tried, but none have met with wide approval.

    Ex: The project was given endorsement by the Standing Committees of the IFLA Section on Cataloguing and the then Section on Mechanization.
    Ex: Subject to the consent of the original author every thesis should be available for loan.
    Ex: Nevertheless my debts are real, and I particularly want to thank David Foxon for his illuminating commentary on the final sections, and D. F. McKenzie for his encouragement throughout.
    Ex: Then, without waiting for an acknowledgement, he said, 'Well, I think Albert is too much the union type' and James expressed surprise.
    Ex: This he knew happens to employees who are not given a word of encouragement, some recognition.
    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: There are four prominent common law defenses to a divorce suit: condonation, recrimination, collusion, and connivance.
    Ex: This use of square brackets has never had the official seal of approval of the FID.
    Ex: The article 'Apple Macintosh: thumbs up? thumbs down?' considers whether online searchers should use Apple Macintosh machines.
    * aprobación oficial = official seal of approval.
    * con aprobación = approvingly.
    * conseguir + Posesivo + aprobación = win + Posesivo + approval.
    * contar con la aprobación = meet with + approval.
    * contar con + Posesivo + aprobación = meet + Posesivo + approval.
    * no contar con la aprobación = frown on/upon.
    * obtener la aprobación = meet with + approval.
    * obtener + Posesivo + aprobación = meet + Posesivo + approval.
    * sujeto a aprobación = on approval.

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    1 (de un proyecto de ley, una moción) passing
    la aprobación de esta moción provocó un escándalo when this motion was passed it caused an outcry, the passing of this motion caused an outcry
    2 (de un préstamo, acuerdo) approval, endorsement
    3 (de la actuación, conducta de algn) approval
    cuentas con mi aprobación you have my approval
    * * *

     

    aprobación sustantivo femenino (de proyecto de ley, moción) passing;
    (de préstamo, acuerdo, plan) approval, endorsement;
    (de actuación, conducta) approval
    aprobación sustantivo femenino approval
    ' aprobación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    eje
    - recomendable
    - arriba
    - bendición
    - bravo
    - conformidad
    English:
    acceptance
    - amen
    - approval
    - approving
    - assent
    - blessing
    - endorsement
    - favor
    - favour
    - passing
    - qualified
    - seal
    - subject
    - unqualified
    - adoption
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    1. [de proyecto, medida] approval;
    [de ley, moción] passing;
    dio su aprobación al proyecto he gave the project his approval, he approved the project
    2. [de comportamiento] approval
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    f approval; de ley passing
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    aprobación nf, pl - ciones : approval, endorsement

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprobación

  • 2 besuquearse

    1 (uso recíproco) to smooch, neck, snog
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    verb
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    VPR (=besarse) to kiss (each other) a lot; (=magrearse) to neck *, smooch *
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    (v.) = snog, neck
    Ex. The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.
    Ex. If we caught them necking, we'd give them a verbal warning and send them on their way.
    * * *
    (v.) = snog, neck

    Ex: The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.

    Ex: If we caught them necking, we'd give them a verbal warning and send them on their way.

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    ■besuquearse verbo reflexivo to smooch, pet
    ' besuquearse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    besuquear
    English:
    canoodle
    - neck
    - pet
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    vpr
    to smooch
    * * *
    vr fam : to neck, to smooch

    Spanish-English dictionary > besuquearse

  • 3 darse el lote

    familiar to pet
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    (v.) = snog, neck
    Ex. The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.
    Ex. If we caught them necking, we'd give them a verbal warning and send them on their way.
    * * *
    (v.) = snog, neck

    Ex: The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.

    Ex: If we caught them necking, we'd give them a verbal warning and send them on their way.

    Spanish-English dictionary > darse el lote

  • 4 deshonesto

    adj.
    1 dishonest, backdoor, deceitful, lying.
    2 indecent, immodest, immoral, lewd.
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    1 (sin honestidad) dishonest
    2 (inmoral) immodest, indecent
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    ADJ
    1) (=no honrado) dishonest
    2) (=indecente) indecent
    proposición 1)
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    - ta adjetivo
    a) (tramposo, mentiroso) dishonest
    b) ( indecente) < proposiciones> improper, indecent; abuso
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    = unscrupulous, dishonest, corrupt, crooked, shifty, indecent, lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.].
    Ex. He had always anathematized those who took unscrupulous advantage of their positions, and those who succumbed to their insolent methods.
    Ex. Mostly facsimiles are made without dishonest intent, although some have certainly been intended to deceive, and the ease with which they can be identified varies with the reproduction process used.
    Ex. Unrestricted access to the Internet for input is promoting not just the banal but the postively corrupt.
    Ex. The article has the title 'Piracy, crooked printers, inflation bedevil Russian publishing'.
    Ex. 'Client' has overtones of shifty lawyers and overpaid realtors.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.
    ----
    * de forma deshonesta = dishonestly.
    * de un modo deshonesto = dishonestly.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) (tramposo, mentiroso) dishonest
    b) ( indecente) < proposiciones> improper, indecent; abuso
    * * *
    = unscrupulous, dishonest, corrupt, crooked, shifty, indecent, lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.].

    Ex: He had always anathematized those who took unscrupulous advantage of their positions, and those who succumbed to their insolent methods.

    Ex: Mostly facsimiles are made without dishonest intent, although some have certainly been intended to deceive, and the ease with which they can be identified varies with the reproduction process used.
    Ex: Unrestricted access to the Internet for input is promoting not just the banal but the postively corrupt.
    Ex: The article has the title 'Piracy, crooked printers, inflation bedevil Russian publishing'.
    Ex: 'Client' has overtones of shifty lawyers and overpaid realtors.
    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.
    * de forma deshonesta = dishonestly.
    * de un modo deshonesto = dishonestly.

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    1 (tramposo, mentiroso) dishonest
    2 (indecente) ‹proposiciones› improper, indecent ‹mujer› ( ant) immodest ( arch), shameless abuso
    * * *

    deshonesto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    a) (tramposo, mentiroso) dishonest


    deshonesto,-a adjetivo
    1 (no honrado) dishonest
    2 (no pudoroso) indecent, improper
    ' deshonesto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    deshonesta
    - sucia
    - sucio
    - chueco
    English:
    bent
    - corrupt
    - crooked
    - dishonest
    - improper
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    deshonesto, -a adj
    1. [sin honradez] dishonest
    2. [sin pudor] indecent, immoral
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    adj dishonest
    * * *
    deshonesto, -ta adj
    : dishonest
    * * *
    deshonesto adj dishonest

    Spanish-English dictionary > deshonesto

  • 5 disoluto

    adj.
    dissolute, dissipated, lewd, loose.
    m.
    licentious person, lecher, dissolute man, depraved man.
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    1 dissolute
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 dissolute person, libertine, debauchee
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    - ta adjetivo dissolute
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    = on the loose, licentious, loose [looser -comp., loosest -sup.].
    Ex. The article 'Librarians on the loose' reports on visits to foreign libraries by several Zimbabwe librarians.
    Ex. The reviewer, focusing on questions of methodology, finds the book often wide of its mark and the method historically licentious.
    Ex. The survivors described the public decapitation of women 'accused of loose morality,' and the use of mustard gas and nerve agents against opponents of the regime.
    ----
    * comportamiento disoluto = loose behaviour.
    * vida disoluta = loose life.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo dissolute
    * * *
    = on the loose, licentious, loose [looser -comp., loosest -sup.].

    Ex: The article 'Librarians on the loose' reports on visits to foreign libraries by several Zimbabwe librarians.

    Ex: The reviewer, focusing on questions of methodology, finds the book often wide of its mark and the method historically licentious.
    Ex: The survivors described the public decapitation of women 'accused of loose morality,' and the use of mustard gas and nerve agents against opponents of the regime.
    * comportamiento disoluto = loose behaviour.
    * vida disoluta = loose life.

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    disoluto1 -ta
    dissolute
    disoluto2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    dissolute person, rake
    * * *

    disoluto,-a adjetivo dissolute, dissipated
    ' disoluto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    disoluta
    English:
    dissolute
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    disoluto, -a
    adj
    dissolute
    nm,f
    dissolute person
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    adj dissolute
    * * *
    disoluto, -ta adj
    : dissolute, dissipated

    Spanish-English dictionary > disoluto

  • 6 impuro

    adj.
    1 impure, dirty, contaminated, degraded.
    2 alloyed.
    3 unchaste, lustful, lewd, sinful.
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    1 impure
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    (f. - impura)
    adj.
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    ADJ
    1) [sustancia, agua] impure
    2) [persona, pensamiento] impure
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    - ra adjetivo
    a) <aire/mineral> impure
    b) (Relig) < pensamientos> impure, unwholesome
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    = unholy, unclean.
    Ex. The unholy and more holy sources of community information are mentioned from pimps and prostitutes to the preacher and the policeman.
    Ex. The causes were accumulated dust on the books and an influx of unprocessed and unclean materials into the room.
    * * *
    - ra adjetivo
    a) <aire/mineral> impure
    b) (Relig) < pensamientos> impure, unwholesome
    * * *
    = unholy, unclean.

    Ex: The unholy and more holy sources of community information are mentioned from pimps and prostitutes to the preacher and the policeman.

    Ex: The causes were accumulated dust on the books and an influx of unprocessed and unclean materials into the room.

    * * *
    impuro -ra
    1 ‹aire/mineral› impure
    2 ( Relig) ‹pensamientos› impure, unwholesome
    * * *

    impuro
    ◊ -ra adjetivo

    impure
    impuro,-a adjetivo impure

    ' impuro' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    impura
    English:
    impure
    - unclean
    * * *
    impuro, -a adj
    1. [aire, agua] impure
    2. [inmoral] impure
    * * *
    adj impure
    * * *
    impuro, -ra adj
    : impure

    Spanish-English dictionary > impuro

  • 7 impúdico

    adj.
    indecent, impudent, immodest, obscene.
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    1 (indecente) immodest, indecent
    2 (desvergonzado) shameless
    * * *
    ADJ (=desvergonzado) immodest, shameless; (=obsceno) lewd; (=lascivo) lecherous
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo (frml o hum)
    a) ( obsceno) indecent
    b) ( desvergonzado) shameless
    * * *
    = immodest, indecent, obscene, ribald.
    Ex. The author reviews an article by Tom Eadie, ' Immodest proposals: user instruction for students does not work'.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    Ex. About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo (frml o hum)
    a) ( obsceno) indecent
    b) ( desvergonzado) shameless
    * * *
    = immodest, indecent, obscene, ribald.

    Ex: The author reviews an article by Tom Eadie, ' Immodest proposals: user instruction for students does not work'.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    Ex: About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.

    * * *
    impúdico1 -ca
    1 ( frml)
    (obsceno): las fotografías la mostraban en poses impúdicas the photographs showed her in indecent poses
    2 ( frml o hum); ‹persona› shameless
    no seas impúdica don't be so shameless o brazen
    impúdico2 -ca
    masculine, feminine
    ( frml o hum):
    es un impúdico he has no shame
    * * *

    impúdico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo (frml o hum)



    ' impúdico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    verde
    - desvergonzado
    English:
    smutty
    - immodest
    * * *
    impúdico, -a adj
    immodest, indecent
    * * *
    adj shameless, immodest
    * * *
    impúdico, -ca adj
    : shameless, indecent

    Spanish-English dictionary > impúdico

  • 8 indecente

    adj.
    1 indecent.
    2 miserable, wretched (indigno).
    f. & m.
    indecent person.
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    1 (impúdico) indecent; (indecoroso) improper
    2 (indigno) miserable; (cochambroso) filthy
    3 (vil) wretched
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    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [persona] (=falto de decencia) indecent; (=obsceno) obscene

    ¡indecente! — you brute!

    2) (=asqueroso) filthy
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo <persona/vestido> indecent; <película/lenguaje> obscene
    II
    masculino y femenino rude o shameless person
    * * *
    = filthy [filthier -comp, filthiest -sup.], indecent, abject, abjected, obscene.
    Ex. Printing houses -- apart from the few that had been built for the purpose rather than converted from something else -- were generally filthy and badly ventilated.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. Her art works incorporate such abject materials as dirt, hair, excrement, dead animals, menstrual blood and rotting food in order to confront taboo issues of gender and sexuality.
    Ex. In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.
    Ex. Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    ----
    * exposición indecente = indecent exposure.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo <persona/vestido> indecent; <película/lenguaje> obscene
    II
    masculino y femenino rude o shameless person
    * * *
    = filthy [filthier -comp, filthiest -sup.], indecent, abject, abjected, obscene.

    Ex: Printing houses -- apart from the few that had been built for the purpose rather than converted from something else -- were generally filthy and badly ventilated.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: Her art works incorporate such abject materials as dirt, hair, excrement, dead animals, menstrual blood and rotting food in order to confront taboo issues of gender and sexuality.
    Ex: In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.
    Ex: Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    * exposición indecente = indecent exposure.

    * * *
    1 ‹persona› indecent; ‹vestido› indecent; ‹película/lenguaje› obscene
    2 (miserable) wretched, miserable
    rude o shameless person
    * * *

    indecente adjetivo ‹persona/vestido indecent;
    película/lenguaje obscene
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    rude o shameless person
    indecente adjetivo
    1 (obsceno, inmoral) indecent
    2 (intolerable) dreadful: llegó a casa a una hora indecente, he arrived home very late
    ' indecente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sórdida
    - sórdido
    - deshonesto
    - guarro
    English:
    filthy
    - immodest
    - improper
    - indecent
    - rude
    - suggestive
    * * *
    1. [impúdico] indecent
    2. [indigno] miserable, wretched
    * * *
    adj indecent; película obscene
    * * *
    : indecent, obscene
    * * *
    1. (inmoral) indecent
    2. (sucio) filthy [comp. filthier; superl. filthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > indecente

  • 9 indecoroso

    adj.
    indecorous, unbecoming, improper, unseemly.
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    1 indecorous
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    ADJ unseemly, indecorous
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo unseemly, indecorous (frml)
    * * *
    = improper, indecent, unbecoming.
    Ex. It is important that those engaged in IR should not be abused by the improper use of the word 'intelligent'.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. An analysis of their usage by readers of both sexes revealed some unbecoming sexist attitudes and some ungentlemanlike behaviour.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo unseemly, indecorous (frml)
    * * *
    = improper, indecent, unbecoming.

    Ex: It is important that those engaged in IR should not be abused by the improper use of the word 'intelligent'.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: An analysis of their usage by readers of both sexes revealed some unbecoming sexist attitudes and some ungentlemanlike behaviour.

    * * *
    unseemly, indecorous
    * * *

    indecoroso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    unseemly, indecorous (frml)

    ' indecoroso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cochino
    English:
    improper
    - unseemly
    - undignified
    * * *
    indecoroso, -a adj
    unseemly
    * * *
    adj indecorous
    * * *
    indecoroso, -sa adj
    : indecorous, unseemly

    Spanish-English dictionary > indecoroso

  • 10 lascivo

    adj.
    1 lascivious, immodest, lewd, lustful.
    2 tentiginous.
    m.
    lewd person, lewd individual, lascivious man, lecher.
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    1 lascivious, lewd
    * * *
    ADJ [gesto, mirada, comentario] lewd, lascivious; [persona] lecherous, lascivious
    * * *
    - va adjetivo lascivious, lustful
    * * *
    = lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.], lascivious, salacious, sex-hungry, lusty [lustier -comp., lustiest -sup.], leering, wanton, lustful, lecherous.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. Being salacious in character, he spread the gossip that the boss and his new secretary were an item.
    Ex. He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and 'lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex. He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and ' lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex. I'm appalled that this film was ever released, not because of its themes, but because of its lurid and leering portrayal of those themes.
    Ex. Luxury goods such as cosmetics, radios and lingerie, were once burned in public bonfires because they 'aroused wanton desires in the minds of the people'.
    Ex. This is helping change the perceived 'nature' of women from the medieval notion that they were especially violent and lustful to the modern image of women as gentle and asexual.
    Ex. She has an easy grace about her, a slinky sway to her stride that teasingly invites contact and beckons lecherous admiration.
    ----
    * mujer lasciva = wanton woman.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo lascivious, lustful
    * * *
    = lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.], lascivious, salacious, sex-hungry, lusty [lustier -comp., lustiest -sup.], leering, wanton, lustful, lecherous.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: Being salacious in character, he spread the gossip that the boss and his new secretary were an item.
    Ex: He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and 'lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex: He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and ' lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex: I'm appalled that this film was ever released, not because of its themes, but because of its lurid and leering portrayal of those themes.
    Ex: Luxury goods such as cosmetics, radios and lingerie, were once burned in public bonfires because they 'aroused wanton desires in the minds of the people'.
    Ex: This is helping change the perceived 'nature' of women from the medieval notion that they were especially violent and lustful to the modern image of women as gentle and asexual.
    Ex: She has an easy grace about her, a slinky sway to her stride that teasingly invites contact and beckons lecherous admiration.
    * mujer lasciva = wanton woman.

    * * *
    lascivo -va
    lascivious, lustful, lecherous
    * * *

    lascivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    lascivious, lustful
    lascivo,-a
    I adjetivo lecherous, lascivious
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino lewd person, lascivious person

    ' lascivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    lasciva
    - asqueroso
    English:
    lewd
    - prurient
    - raunchy
    - wanton
    - dirty
    * * *
    lascivo, -a
    adj
    [comportamiento] lascivious, lewd; [gesto] lewd; [persona, mirada] lustful, lecherous
    nm,f
    lascivious o lewd person;
    es un lascivo he's a lecher
    * * *
    adj lewd, lascivious
    * * *
    lascivo, -va adj
    : lascivious, lewd
    lascivamente adv

    Spanish-English dictionary > lascivo

  • 11 libertina

    adj.
    libertine (juergista), irreligious, dissolute, impudent, licentious, lewd.
    f.
    1 child of a freed man.
    2 libertine woman, dissolute woman, libertine, loose woman.
    * * *
    Ex. By the 1890s, women of African descent were branded as lascivious, loose, and thieving women.
    * * *

    Ex: By the 1890s, women of African descent were branded as lascivious, loose, and thieving women.

    * * *

    libertino,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino y femenino libertine
    ' libertina' also found in these entries:
    English:
    loose

    Spanish-English dictionary > libertina

  • 12 licencioso

    adj.
    licentious, disorderly, abandoned, dissipated.
    m.
    licentious person, debaucher, dissolute man, man of pleasure.
    * * *
    1 licentious, dissolute
    * * *
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo dissolute
    * * *
    = licentious, wanton.
    Ex. The reviewer, focusing on questions of methodology, finds the book often wide of its mark and the method historically licentious.
    Ex. Luxury goods such as cosmetics, radios and lingerie, were once burned in public bonfires because they 'aroused wanton desires in the minds of the people'.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo dissolute
    * * *
    = licentious, wanton.

    Ex: The reviewer, focusing on questions of methodology, finds the book often wide of its mark and the method historically licentious.

    Ex: Luxury goods such as cosmetics, radios and lingerie, were once burned in public bonfires because they 'aroused wanton desires in the minds of the people'.

    * * *
    licentious, dissolute
    * * *

    licencioso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    dissolute
    licencioso,-a adjetivo wanton, lawless, immoral: le reprochó su conducta licenciosa, he was reproached for his wanton behaviour

    ' licencioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    licenciosa
    English:
    licentious
    - wanton
    * * *
    licencioso, -a adj
    licentious
    * * *
    adj licentious
    * * *
    licencioso, -sa adj
    : licentious, lewd

    Spanish-English dictionary > licencioso

  • 13 liviano

    adj.
    1 light, airy, weightless, ingravid.
    2 frivolous, trivial.
    * * *
    1 (ligero) light
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=ligero) light
    2) (=inconstante) fickle
    3) (=frívolo) frivolous, trivial
    4) (=lascivo) lewd
    2.
    SMPL lights, lungs
    * * *
    - na adjetivo (esp AmL)
    a) <paquete/tela> light

    ser liviano de sangre — (Chi fam) to be likable

    b) < comida> light
    c) <obra/película> lightweight
    * * *
    = lightweight [light-weight], ribald.
    Ex. David Niven's amusing but very lightweight autobiography 'The Moon's a Balloon' is an excellent example of this phenomenon and it was impossible for the original hardback publishers to forecast the tremendous success of this book.
    Ex. About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    * * *
    - na adjetivo (esp AmL)
    a) <paquete/tela> light

    ser liviano de sangre — (Chi fam) to be likable

    b) < comida> light
    c) <obra/película> lightweight
    * * *
    = lightweight [light-weight], ribald.

    Ex: David Niven's amusing but very lightweight autobiography 'The Moon's a Balloon' is an excellent example of this phenomenon and it was impossible for the original hardback publishers to forecast the tremendous success of this book.

    Ex: About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.

    * * *
    liviano -na
    A ( esp AmL)
    1 ‹maleta/paquete› light; ‹tela/vestido› light
    ser liviano de sangre ( Chi fam); to be likable
    2 ‹comida/masa› light
    tiene un sueño muy liviano she's a very light sleeper
    3 ‹obra/película› lightweight
    B ( liter) (inconstante) fickle
    * * *

     

    liviano
    ◊ -na adjetivo (esp AmL)

    a)paquete/tela light

    b) comida light;


    c)obra/película lightweight

    liviano,-a adjetivo frivolous, flighty
    ' liviano' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    liviana
    - ligero
    English:
    light
    - feather
    - lighten
    - lightweight
    - snack
    * * *
    liviano, -a adj
    1. [de poco peso] [carga] light
    2. [delgado] [blusa] thin
    3. [alimento] light
    4. [poco intenso]
    es un trabajo liviano it's not a very demanding job;
    tengo el sueño muy liviano I'm a very light sleeper;
    un dolor liviano a slight pain
    5. [frívolo] frivolous
    * * *
    adj
    1 light
    2 (de poca importancia) trivial
    * * *
    liviano, -na adj
    1) : light, slight
    2) inconstante: fickle

    Spanish-English dictionary > liviano

  • 14 lujurioso

    adj.
    lustful, lusty, lewd, wanton.
    * * *
    1 lustful, lecherous
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 lecher
    * * *
    ADJ lustful, lecherous, lewd
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo lecherous, lustful
    * * *
    = lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.], lustful, sex-hungry, lusty [lustier -comp., lustiest -sup.], wanton, lecherous.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.
    Ex. This is helping change the perceived 'nature' of women from the medieval notion that they were especially violent and lustful to the modern image of women as gentle and asexual.
    Ex. He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and 'lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex. He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and ' lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex. Luxury goods such as cosmetics, radios and lingerie, were once burned in public bonfires because they 'aroused wanton desires in the minds of the people'.
    Ex. She has an easy grace about her, a slinky sway to her stride that teasingly invites contact and beckons lecherous admiration.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo lecherous, lustful
    * * *
    = lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.], lustful, sex-hungry, lusty [lustier -comp., lustiest -sup.], wanton, lecherous.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.

    Ex: This is helping change the perceived 'nature' of women from the medieval notion that they were especially violent and lustful to the modern image of women as gentle and asexual.
    Ex: He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and 'lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex: He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and ' lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    Ex: Luxury goods such as cosmetics, radios and lingerie, were once burned in public bonfires because they 'aroused wanton desires in the minds of the people'.
    Ex: She has an easy grace about her, a slinky sway to her stride that teasingly invites contact and beckons lecherous admiration.

    * * *
    lecherous, lustful
    * * *

    lujurioso,-a adjetivo lustful
    ' lujurioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    lujuriosa
    - sátiro
    English:
    lecherous
    - lustful
    * * *
    lujurioso, -a
    adj
    lecherous
    nm,f
    lecher
    * * *
    I adj lecherous
    II m, lujuriosa f lecher
    * * *
    lujurioso, -sa adj
    : lustful, lecherous

    Spanish-English dictionary > lujurioso

  • 15 lúbrico

    adj.
    1 lubricious, lascivious, lewd.
    2 lubricous, slippery.
    * * *
    1 (lujurioso) lubricious, lewd
    2 (resbaladizo) slippery
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=resbaladizo) slippery
    2) (=lujurioso) lewd, lubricious frm
    * * *
    = lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.].
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.
    * * *
    = lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.].

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral indecente.

    * * *
    ( frml); lewd, lubricious ( liter)
    * * *
    lúbrico, -a adj
    Formal lewd, salacious

    Spanish-English dictionary > lúbrico

  • 16 meterse mano

    (adj.) = snog, pet
    Ex. The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.
    Ex. Three years later, when he was fifteen, he slipped into Rachel's bedroom and her straitlaced mother caught them petting and giggling on the side of the bed.
    * * *
    (adj.) = snog, pet

    Ex: The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.

    Ex: Three years later, when he was fifteen, he slipped into Rachel's bedroom and her straitlaced mother caught them petting and giggling on the side of the bed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > meterse mano

  • 17 obsceno

    adj.
    obscene, bawdy, crude, indecent.
    * * *
    1 obscene
    * * *
    (f. - obscena)
    adj.
    * * *
    * * *
    - na adjetivo obscene
    * * *
    = obscene, indecent, scatological, salacious, ribald, lusty [lustier -comp., lustiest -sup.].
    Ex. Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. At heart, it is a smirkingly adolescent pursuit of cheap laughs and mild titillation, with a surfeit of jokes involving breasts and bums and with new extremes of scatological humiliation.
    Ex. Being salacious in character, he spread the gossip that the boss and his new secretary were an item.
    Ex. About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    Ex. He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and ' lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.
    * * *
    - na adjetivo obscene
    * * *
    = obscene, indecent, scatological, salacious, ribald, lusty [lustier -comp., lustiest -sup.].

    Ex: Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: At heart, it is a smirkingly adolescent pursuit of cheap laughs and mild titillation, with a surfeit of jokes involving breasts and bums and with new extremes of scatological humiliation.
    Ex: Being salacious in character, he spread the gossip that the boss and his new secretary were an item.
    Ex: About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    Ex: He creates a type of reverse orientalism peopled by sex-hungry 'dark-age femme fatales' and ' lusty young Barbarians reeking of ale'.

    * * *
    obsceno -na
    obscene
    * * *

    obsceno
    ◊ -na adjetivo

    obscene
    obsceno,-a adjetivo obscene

    ' obsceno' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escabrosa
    - escabroso
    - horrorizar
    - indecente
    - obscena
    - sucia
    - sucio
    - tono
    - impúdico
    English:
    blue
    - filthy
    - foul
    - obscene
    - raunchy
    - smutty
    - V
    - V-sign
    * * *
    obsceno, -a adj
    obscene
    * * *
    adj obscene
    * * *
    obsceno, -na adj
    : obscene

    Spanish-English dictionary > obsceno

  • 18 procaz

    adj.
    1 indecent, obscene.
    2 insolent, shameless, procacious, scurrilous.
    3 lewd.
    * * *
    1 indecent, vulgar
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [persona] (=atrevido) insolent, impudent; (=descarado) brazen
    2) [comentario, chiste] indecent, obscene
    * * *
    adjetivo <comentario/chiste> indecent, lewd; < lenguaje> obscene
    * * *
    = ribald, insolent.
    Ex. About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.
    Ex. He had always anathematized those who took unscrupulous advantage of their positions, and those who succumbed to their insolent methods.
    * * *
    adjetivo <comentario/chiste> indecent, lewd; < lenguaje> obscene
    * * *
    = ribald, insolent.

    Ex: About this time several of the old crones of the tribe offered their ribald advice on how the new couple should conduct themselves off in the forest together.

    Ex: He had always anathematized those who took unscrupulous advantage of their positions, and those who succumbed to their insolent methods.

    * * *
    ‹comentario/chiste› indecent, lewd; ‹lenguaje› obscene
    un guiño procaz a lewd wink
    * * *

    procaz adjetivo ‹comentario/chiste indecent, lewd;
    lenguaje obscene
    ' procaz' also found in these entries:
    English:
    smutty
    - ribald
    * * *
    procaz adj
    indecent, obscene
    * * *
    adj lewd, indecent
    * * *
    procaz adj, pl procaces
    1) : insolent, impudent
    2) : indecent

    Spanish-English dictionary > procaz

  • 19 quiqui

    * * *
    Ex. The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.
    * * *

    Ex: The portrayal of gay people is usually sexual and lewd and this film is a good example where men are having quickies and snogging in public.

    * * *
    quiqui, kiki nm
    Esp muy Fam
    echar un quiqui to do it, to get it on

    Spanish-English dictionary > quiqui

  • 20 relajado

    adj.
    1 relaxed, lax, free of stress, loose.
    2 relaxed, tranquil, unhurried.
    3 relaxed, loose, untaut, unstiffened.
    4 dissolute, lax.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: relajar.
    * * *
    1→ link=relajar relajar
    1 (gen) relaxed
    2 (inmoral) loose, dissolute
    * * *
    (f. - relajada)
    adj.
    relaxed, quiet
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=sosegado) relaxed
    2) (=inmoral) dissolute, loose
    3) (Med) ruptured
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) ( tranquilo) relaxed
    2) < costumbres> dissolute, lax
    * * *
    = untaxing, relaxed, lax, boilerplate [boiler plate], laid-back, at leisure, chilled out, loose [looser -comp., loosest -sup.].
    Ex. At other times they may be doing nothing else but relax: passing the time in a pleasant if untaxing recreation.
    Ex. Reading about the country in this relaxed way helps the student to build up a background knowledge of attitudes, assumptions and feelings.
    Ex. This article reports briefly how lax security is threatening the credibility of the Internet.
    Ex. This article suggests a boilerplate policy for not for profit organizations that may wish to explore this avenue for publicity and revenue generation.
    Ex. The article ' Laid-back librarians love L.A' reports on the 13th ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America) Annual Conference, Los Angeles, 8-14 Feb 85.
    Ex. Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
    Ex. He is very chattery when he wants to be, and the rest of the time really chilled out and very rarely stressed.
    Ex. The survivors described the public decapitation of women 'accused of loose morality,' and the use of mustard gas and nerve agents against opponents of the regime.
    ----
    * costumbres relajadas = loose morals.
    * hacer esto y aquello de un modo relajado = mess about, pootle, piddle around.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) ( tranquilo) relaxed
    2) < costumbres> dissolute, lax
    * * *
    = untaxing, relaxed, lax, boilerplate [boiler plate], laid-back, at leisure, chilled out, loose [looser -comp., loosest -sup.].

    Ex: At other times they may be doing nothing else but relax: passing the time in a pleasant if untaxing recreation.

    Ex: Reading about the country in this relaxed way helps the student to build up a background knowledge of attitudes, assumptions and feelings.
    Ex: This article reports briefly how lax security is threatening the credibility of the Internet.
    Ex: This article suggests a boilerplate policy for not for profit organizations that may wish to explore this avenue for publicity and revenue generation.
    Ex: The article ' Laid-back librarians love L.A' reports on the 13th ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America) Annual Conference, Los Angeles, 8-14 Feb 85.
    Ex: Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
    Ex: He is very chattery when he wants to be, and the rest of the time really chilled out and very rarely stressed.
    Ex: The survivors described the public decapitation of women 'accused of loose morality,' and the use of mustard gas and nerve agents against opponents of the regime.
    * costumbres relajadas = loose morals.
    * hacer esto y aquello de un modo relajado = mess about, pootle, piddle around.

    * * *
    A (tranquilo) ‹persona› relaxed; ‹ambiente/cena› relaxed
    B ‹costumbres› dissolute, lax
    C ( RPl fam) ‹chiste› crude, dirty ( colloq); ‹persona› rude
    * * *

    Del verbo relajar: ( conjugate relajar)

    relajado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    relajado    
    relajar
    relajado
    ◊ -da adjetivo



    relajar ( conjugate relajar) verbo transitivomúsculo/persona/mente to relax
    verbo intransitivo [ejercicio/música] to be relaxing
    relajarse verbo pronominal
    1
    a) (físicamente, mentalmente) to relax;

    (tras período de tensión, mucho trabajo) to relax, unwind

    [ ambiente] to become more relaxed
    2 ( degenerar) [costumbres/moral] to decline
    relajar verbo transitivo
    1 (los músculos, la mente) to relax
    2 (una ley, una norma) to relax
    ' relajado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    distendida
    - distendido
    - tranquila
    - tranquilo
    English:
    comfortable
    - downbeat
    - ease
    - easy
    - easy-going
    - lax
    - leisurely
    - relaxed
    - laid
    * * *
    relajado, -a
    adj
    1. [tranquilo] relaxed
    2. RP Fam [picante] dirty, crude;
    [grosero] crude;
    me hace ponerme roja, es muy relajado he makes me blush, he's so crude
    3. RP Fam [indisciplinado] lax;
    mi casa está hecha un desastre, ando muy relajada my house is a complete mess, I've let things slip
    nm,f
    RP Fam
    es un relajado, le dice cosas a todas las mujeres que pasan he's really crude, he makes lewd remarks to any woman that goes by
    * * *
    adj relaxed
    * * *
    relajado, -da adj
    1) : relaxed, loose
    2) : dissolute, depraved

    Spanish-English dictionary > relajado

См. также в других словарях:

  • Lewd — (l[=u]d), a. [Compar. {Lewder} ( [ e]r); superl. {Lewdest}.] [{OE}. lewed, lewd, lay, ignorant, vile, AS. l[=ae]wed laical, belonging to the laity.] 1. Not clerical; laic; laical; hence, unlearned; simple. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] For if a priest be …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • lewd — / lüd/ adj: involving or being sexual conduct that is considered indecent or offensive: licentious convicted of lewd and lascivious assault upon a child National Law Journal lewd·ly adv lewd·ness n …   Law dictionary

  • lewd´ly — lewd «lood», adjective. 1. not decent; obscene; lustful: »lewd stories, a lewd song. SYNONYM(S): lascivious, lecherous. 2. Obsolete. a) unlearned; ignorant …   Useful english dictionary

  • lewd — lewd; lewd·ly; lewd·ness; lewd·ster; …   English syllables

  • lewd — [lu:d] adj [: Old English; Origin: lAwede not a priest, knowing nothing ] using rude words or movements that make you think of sex ▪ lewd comments >lewdly adv >lewdness n [U] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • lewd — [ lud ] adjective referring to sex in a rude or unpleasant way …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lewd — (adj.) O.E. læwede nonclerical, of uncertain origin but probably ultimately from V.L. *laigo , from L. laicus (see LAY (Cf. lay) (adj.)). Sense of unlettered, uneducated (early 13c.) descended to coarse, vile, lustful by late 14c. Related:… …   Etymology dictionary

  • lewd — lustful, lascivious, libidinous, lecherous, wanton, *licentious, libertine Analogous words: *immoral, unmoral, amoral: gross, *coarse, obscene: indecent, indelicate (see INDECOROUS) Antonyms: chaste Contrasted words: decent, pure, modest (see… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • lewd — [adj] vulgar, indecent bawdy, blue, coarse, erotic, fast*, filthy*, foul mouthed, gross*, hardcore*, immodest, immoral, improper, impure, in bad taste, incontinent, indelicate, lascivious, lecherous, libertine, libidinous, licentious, loose*,… …   New thesaurus

  • lewd — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ crude and offensive in a sexual way. DERIVATIVES lewdly adverb lewdness noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense «belonging to the laity», later «belonging to the common people, vulgar»: from Old English …   English terms dictionary

  • lewd — [lo͞od] adj. [ME lewed < OE læwede, lay, unlearned < ?] 1. showing, or intended to excite, lust or sexual desire, esp. in an offensive way; lascivious 2. Obs. a) unlearned; ignorant b) unprincipled; vicious lewdly adv. lewdness n …   English World dictionary

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