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  • 1 ardiente

    adj.
    1 burning.
    2 ardent, burning, hot, aflame.
    * * *
    1 (encendido) burning, hot, scalding
    2 figurado (intenso) passionate, ardent; (fervoroso) eager
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    adj.
    1) ardent, passionate
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=que quema) burning; (=que brilla) [color] blazing; [flor] bright red
    2) [deseo, interés] burning; [amor] ardent, passionate; [aficionado] passionate; [partidario] fervent, ardent
    * * *
    adjetivo < defensor> ardent; < deseo> ardent, burning; < amante> passionate
    * * *
    = ardent, burning, fiery [fierier -comp., fieriest -sup.], baking hot, piping hot, red-blooded, torrid.
    Ex. Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
    Ex. A choking emotion, partly made up of incredulity and in part a burning resentment filled Drew Pope.
    Ex. In the end, his crude language and fiery personality limited him to the role of redneck poltergeist.
    Ex. He slept on a camp bed in the baking hot room between 12-hour shifts and survived on leftovers brought to him by friendly chefs.
    Ex. The monks then add milk and salt to taste and piping hot Tibetan tea is ready to serve.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex. He says he wants to have a torrid affair because he's too busy to commit to a proper relationship!.
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    * capilla ardiente = funeral chapel, chapel of rest.
    * zarza ardiente, la = burning bush, the.
    * * *
    adjetivo < defensor> ardent; < deseo> ardent, burning; < amante> passionate
    * * *
    = ardent, burning, fiery [fierier -comp., fieriest -sup.], baking hot, piping hot, red-blooded, torrid.

    Ex: Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.

    Ex: A choking emotion, partly made up of incredulity and in part a burning resentment filled Drew Pope.
    Ex: In the end, his crude language and fiery personality limited him to the role of redneck poltergeist.
    Ex: He slept on a camp bed in the baking hot room between 12-hour shifts and survived on leftovers brought to him by friendly chefs.
    Ex: The monks then add milk and salt to taste and piping hot Tibetan tea is ready to serve.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex: He says he wants to have a torrid affair because he's too busy to commit to a proper relationship!.
    * capilla ardiente = funeral chapel, chapel of rest.
    * zarza ardiente, la = burning bush, the.

    * * *
    ‹defensor/partidario› ardent; ‹deseo› ardent, burning; ‹amante› passionate, ardent ( liter)
    una ardiente defensa de los derechos humanos an impassioned defense of human rights
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    ardiente adjetivo ‹ defensor ardent;
    deseo ardent, burning;
    amante passionate
    ardiente adjetivo
    1 (encendido, vivo) burning
    capilla ardiente, chapel of rest, funeral chapel
    2 fig (apasionado, fervoroso) passionate
    ' ardiente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    capilla
    English:
    ardent
    - dedicated
    - fervent
    - fiery
    - intense
    - red-hot
    - state
    - burning
    - passionate
    - spirited
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    1. [en llamas] burning;
    [líquido] scalding
    2. [ferviente] [deseo] burning;
    [admirador, defensor] ardent;
    un ardiente discurso a passionate speech
    * * *
    adj
    1 persona, amor passionate; defensor ardent
    2 bebida scalding
    * * *
    1) : burning
    2) : ardent, passionate

    Spanish-English dictionary > ardiente

  • 2 cautivar

    v.
    1 to capture.
    2 to captivate, to enchant.
    Su belleza cautivó a Pedro Her beauty captivated Peter.
    3 to be captivating.
    Tanta belleza cautiva So much beauty is captivating.
    4 to be delighted to.
    Me cautiva oír ópera I am delighted to listen to opera.
    5 to be delighted by.
    Me cautivan tus ocurrencias I am delighted by your remarks.
    * * *
    1 to take prisoner, capture
    2 figurado (atraer) to captivate, charm
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    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=hacer prisionero a) (Mil) to capture, take prisoner
    2) (=hechizar) to captivate
    * * *
    verbo transitivo ( atraer) to captivate
    * * *
    = captivate, enthral [enthrall, -USA], charm, mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA], beguile, enchant, capture + the imagination, bewitch, entrance, smite.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado smote, participio smitten. Usado comúnmente con este sentido la voz pasiva y seguido de la partícula with y también a veces by.
    Ex. This article suggests a number of titles which can be relied on to captivate the young reader and arouse enthusiasm for further exploration of the world of books.
    Ex. If one encounters a young patron who is an animal lover, the recommendation of a book such as Kipling's 'The Jungle Book' may enthrall him or her.
    Ex. We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    Ex. Beguiling as the show is, it perhaps lacks major impact because it has taken elements from lacework and painting in such a way as to avoid the fundamental challenges of both.
    Ex. The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex. This paper describes how a middle grade school teacher uses a core list of books to capture the imagination of his students and to encourage them to write honestly about their lives.
    Ex. In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex. Her husband is entranced with a woman who is manic-depressive.
    Ex. It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
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    * cautivar al mundo = make + a big noise in the world.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo ( atraer) to captivate
    * * *
    = captivate, enthral [enthrall, -USA], charm, mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA], beguile, enchant, capture + the imagination, bewitch, entrance, smite.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado smote, participio smitten. Usado comúnmente con este sentido la voz pasiva y seguido de la partícula with y también a veces by.

    Ex: This article suggests a number of titles which can be relied on to captivate the young reader and arouse enthusiasm for further exploration of the world of books.

    Ex: If one encounters a young patron who is an animal lover, the recommendation of a book such as Kipling's 'The Jungle Book' may enthrall him or her.
    Ex: We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    Ex: Beguiling as the show is, it perhaps lacks major impact because it has taken elements from lacework and painting in such a way as to avoid the fundamental challenges of both.
    Ex: The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex: This paper describes how a middle grade school teacher uses a core list of books to capture the imagination of his students and to encourage them to write honestly about their lives.
    Ex: In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex: Her husband is entranced with a woman who is manic-depressive.
    Ex: It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    * cautivar al mundo = make + a big noise in the world.

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    cautivar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 (atraer) to captivate
    lo cautivó con su sonrisa she captivated him with her smile, he was captivated by her smile
    2 ( ant) (hacer prisionero) to capture
    * * *

    cautivar ( conjugate cautivar) verbo transitivo ( atraer) to captivate
    cautivar verbo transitivo
    1 to capture, take prisoner
    2 figurado (fascinar) to captivate
    ' cautivar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arrebatar
    - hechizar
    - magnetizar
    - subyugar
    - atraer
    - seducir
    English:
    wow
    - beguile
    - bewitch
    - captivate
    - charm
    - enchant
    - enthrall
    - mesmerize
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    1. [seducir] to captivate, to enchant;
    su simpatía me cautiva I find her friendly manner quite captivating
    2. [apresar] to capture
    * * *
    v/t fig
    captivate
    * * *
    hechizar: to captivate, to charm

    Spanish-English dictionary > cautivar

  • 3 chillar

    v.
    1 to scream, to yell (gritar) (person).
    2 to screech.
    3 to yell at (informal) (reñir).
    4 to shriek, to screech, to howl, to scream.
    5 to bawl out.
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    1 (persona) to scream, shriek, shout
    ¡no chilles! stop shouting!
    chilla más que no te oigo speak up, I can't hear you
    2 (cerdo) to squeal; (ratón) to squeak; (pájaro) to squawk, screech
    3 (radio) to blare; (frenos) to screech, squeal; (puerta, ventana) to creak, squeak
    4 (colores) to be loud, be gaudy, clash
    5 familiar (reñir) to tell off
    6 figurado (protestar) to protest, complain
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    verb
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    1. VI
    1) (=gritar) [persona] to shriek, scream; [gato, animal salvaje] to screech, yowl; [ratón] to squeak; [cerdo] to squeal; [ave] to screech, squawk; [radio] to blare
    2) (Mec) [frenos] to screech, squeal
    3) [colores] to scream, jar, be loud
    4) LAm (=llorar) to bawl
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo
    1) pájaro to screech; cerdo to squeal; ratón to squeak
    2)
    a) persona to shout, yell (colloq); (de dolor, miedo) to scream

    chillarle a alguiento yell o shout at somebody

    b) bebé/niño ( llorar) to scream
    3) (Col) colores to clash
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    = screech, scream, shrill, howl, yelp, shriek, squeal, holler.
    Ex. They laughed and screeched and mocked as long as I went on swearing.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex. And those users who are unfortunate enough to hit on a librarian who booms (or shrills) their private problems around the library floor may never ask a question again.
    Ex. If we do not listen to other people whispering their prayers today we may have to meet them tomorrow when they are howling their war cries.
    Ex. He yelped in pain and she grabbed his wrists and pinned his arms to the floor.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. Our political class yaps and squeals but is incapable of rational thought.
    Ex. When McCall finished his book by saying, 'It makes me wanna holler and throw up my hands,' he almost described my reaction perfectly.
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    * chillar a gripo pelado = scream + Posesivo + head off.
    * chillar a grito pelado = scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head, shout + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * chillar como alma en pena = scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * chillar como un cerdo = squeal like + a pig.
    * chillar como un condenado = scream like + a banshee.
    * chillar como un loco = shout + Posesivo + head off, scream + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
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    verbo intransitivo
    1) pájaro to screech; cerdo to squeal; ratón to squeak
    2)
    a) persona to shout, yell (colloq); (de dolor, miedo) to scream

    chillarle a alguiento yell o shout at somebody

    b) bebé/niño ( llorar) to scream
    3) (Col) colores to clash
    * * *
    = screech, scream, shrill, howl, yelp, shriek, squeal, holler.

    Ex: They laughed and screeched and mocked as long as I went on swearing.

    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex: And those users who are unfortunate enough to hit on a librarian who booms (or shrills) their private problems around the library floor may never ask a question again.
    Ex: If we do not listen to other people whispering their prayers today we may have to meet them tomorrow when they are howling their war cries.
    Ex: He yelped in pain and she grabbed his wrists and pinned his arms to the floor.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: Our political class yaps and squeals but is incapable of rational thought.
    Ex: When McCall finished his book by saying, 'It makes me wanna holler and throw up my hands,' he almost described my reaction perfectly.
    * chillar a gripo pelado = scream + Posesivo + head off.
    * chillar a grito pelado = scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head, shout + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * chillar como alma en pena = scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * chillar como un cerdo = squeal like + a pig.
    * chillar como un condenado = scream like + a banshee.
    * chillar como un loco = shout + Posesivo + head off, scream + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.

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    chillar [A1 ]
    vi
    A «pájaro» to screech; «cerdo» to squeal; «ratón» to squeak
    B
    1 (gritar) to shout, yell ( colloq); (de dolor) to scream; (de miedo) to scream, shriek
    chillaban como locos they were shouting their heads off, they were shouting like crazy o ( BrE) mad
    chillarle A algn to yell o shout AT sb
    no hace falta que me chilles, no estoy sorda there's no need to shout o yell, I'm not deaf
    si llega tarde le chillarán ( fam); if he's late he'll get a real earful o he'll get bawled out o he'll get yelled at ( colloq)
    2 «oídos» to ring
    3 «bebé/niño» (llorar) to scream
    C ( Col) «colores» to clash
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    chillar ( conjugate chillar) verbo intransitivo

    [ cerdo] to squeal;
    [ ratón] to squeak
    b) [ persona] to shout, yell (colloq);

    (de dolor, miedo) to scream;
    chillarle a algn to yell o shout at sb
    c) [bebé/niño] ( llorar) to scream

    chillar verbo intransitivo
    1 (emitir un chillido) to scream, shriek
    2 (levantar la voz) to shout
    3 (un ave) to screech
    (un cerdo) to squeal
    ' chillar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    bawl
    - call
    - jar
    - scream
    - screech
    - shriek
    - squall
    - squeak
    - squeal
    - cry
    - squawk
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    vi
    1. [gritar] [personas] to scream, to yell;
    [aves, monos] to screech; [cerdo] to squeal; [ratón] to squeak
    2. [hablar alto] to shout;
    chilla más, que aquí atrás no se te oye speak up, we can't hear you at the back;
    ¡no chilles, que no somos sordos! don't shout, we're not deaf!
    3. [chirriar] to screech;
    [puerta, madera] to creak; [bisagras] to squeak
    vt
    Fam [reñir] to yell o shout at;
    siempre le chilla al niño she's always yelling o shouting at the child;
    a mí no me chilla nadie no one shouts at me
    * * *
    v/i scream, shriek; de cerdo squeal
    * * *
    1) : to squeal, to screech
    2) : to scream, to yell
    3) : to be gaudy, to clash
    * * *
    1. (gritar) to shout
    2. (hablar más fuerte) to speak up [pt. spoke; pp. spoken]
    3. (berrear) to scream
    4. (loro, frenos) to screech
    5. (cerdo) to squeal
    6. (ratón) to squeak

    Spanish-English dictionary > chillar

  • 4 como loco

    adv.
    like mad, madly.
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    = like hell, like crazy, like mad, like a lunatic, like a madman
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex. We have no idea what will capture people's imagination and work, but all we can do in any period of great change is experiment like crazy.
    Ex. With hundreds of bait fish swarming your spot -- feeding like mad -- the game fish get extremely excited and start to move into the area to feed on the bait fish.
    Ex. It's time to start leading by example and not going around like a lunatic all the time, loosing my cool, raving, saying things in the heat of the moment I don't mean.
    Ex. He was 'driving like a madman' moments before he was involved in a car crash with a lorry, according to an eyewitness.
    * * *
    = like hell, like crazy, like mad, like a lunatic, like a madman

    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.

    Ex: We have no idea what will capture people's imagination and work, but all we can do in any period of great change is experiment like crazy.
    Ex: With hundreds of bait fish swarming your spot -- feeding like mad -- the game fish get extremely excited and start to move into the area to feed on the bait fish.
    Ex: It's time to start leading by example and not going around like a lunatic all the time, loosing my cool, raving, saying things in the heat of the moment I don't mean.
    Ex: He was 'driving like a madman' moments before he was involved in a car crash with a lorry, according to an eyewitness.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como loco

  • 5 efusivo

    adj.
    1 warm.
    2 effusive, gushing.
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    1 effusive, warm
    * * *
    ADJ [persona, modales] effusive; [gracias] effusive, warm
    * * *
    - va adjetivo <temperamento/recibimiento> effusive; < persona> demonstrative
    * * *
    = gushing, ebullient, red-blooded.
    Ex. His gushing evaluations of MacDonald's performances suggest that he has never recovered from a youthful infatuation with the star.
    Ex. The ebullient Mr Wang is a chatterbox and a bit of a show-off.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo <temperamento/recibimiento> effusive; < persona> demonstrative
    * * *
    = gushing, ebullient, red-blooded.

    Ex: His gushing evaluations of MacDonald's performances suggest that he has never recovered from a youthful infatuation with the star.

    Ex: The ebullient Mr Wang is a chatterbox and a bit of a show-off.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.

    * * *
    efusivo -va
    ‹temperamento/recibimiento› effusive
    no son muy efusivos they aren't very demonstrative
    un fuerte y efusivo apretón de manos a strong, warm o enthusiastic handshake
    * * *

    efusivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo ‹temperamento/recibimiento effusive;


    persona demonstrative;
    recibimiento warm
    efusivo,-a adjetivo effusive
    ' efusivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    efusiva
    English:
    gushing
    - demonstrative
    - fulsome
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    efusivo, -a adj
    effusive, demonstrative;
    es efusiva y cariñosa she's warm and affectionate;
    no estuvo muy efusivo con su familia he wasn't very demonstrative towards his family;
    un abrazo efusivo a warm embrace, a big hug
    * * *
    adj effusive
    * * *
    efusivo, -va adj
    : effusive
    efusivamente adv

    Spanish-English dictionary > efusivo

  • 6 encantar1

    1 = love, relish, thrill, get off on, love + every minute of it, get + a buzz from, get + a kick, catch + Posesivo + fancy, take + a fancy to, take + a shine to, take + a liking to, smite, be tickled pink, be chuffed to bits, thrill + Nombre + to bits.
    Ex. All these novels are about young women meeting handsome men, at first disliking them and then discovering that they love them, with the inescapable 'happy ending' which means matrimony in these cases.
    Ex. They all relish a fast paced working environment, rapid change and constant challenges to traditional notions of what a library and library work should be.
    Ex. The abundance of information on the World Wide Web has thrilled some, but frightened others.
    Ex. She sounds like she enjoys having people under her thumb and gets off on the whole control thing.
    Ex. I loved every minute of it and it made me see just how poverty stricken Jamaica really is!.
    Ex. How anyone can get a buzz from laying into someone is beyond me; it's not nice to see it happen - too many times have I seen people beaten up over nothing.
    Ex. I get a kick when I'm on my racing bike, and when I have my skates on it's out of this world.
    Ex. At nightfall, drop anchor at any place that catch your fancy and the lullaby of the gentle waves put you to sleep.
    Ex. He is a collector who wants to form a collection by making his own paintings of pictures he has taken a fancy to in other people's houses.
    Ex. She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex. He quickly took a liking to American clothing stores and acquired a taste for fast-food restaurants.
    Ex. It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    Ex. She will be tickled pink with these French ticklers.
    Ex. Obviously I' m chuffed to bits that I'm getting so many visitors and that the word's getting out.
    Ex. The critics are divided but Rolf Harris says he's thrilled to bits with the finished product.
    ----
    * encantaría = would + love to.
    * ser lo que a Uno le encanta = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley, be + Posesivo + cup of tea.

    Spanish-English dictionary > encantar1

  • 7 ferviente

    adj.
    fervent.
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    1 fervent, passionate
    * * *
    ADJ [devoto, partidario] fervent; [deseo, amor, ambición] burning
    * * *
    adjetivo <admiración/creyente> fervent; < deseo> burning; <fe/defensor> passionate
    * * *
    = zealous, fervent, red-blooded.
    Ex. So we see extraordinary hardships cheerfully borne (indeed, apparently enjoyed) by zealous mountaineers, earnest single-handed yachtsmen floating round the world, and all-weather fishing-hobbyists sit patiently at the side of, and sometimes in, rivers, undeterred by the paucity of their catches.
    Ex. There is little fervent advocacy in the professional literature for a much greater emphasis on multidisciplinary knowledge.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
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    * imaginación ferviente = wild imagination.
    * * *
    adjetivo <admiración/creyente> fervent; < deseo> burning; <fe/defensor> passionate
    * * *
    = zealous, fervent, red-blooded.

    Ex: So we see extraordinary hardships cheerfully borne (indeed, apparently enjoyed) by zealous mountaineers, earnest single-handed yachtsmen floating round the world, and all-weather fishing-hobbyists sit patiently at the side of, and sometimes in, rivers, undeterred by the paucity of their catches.

    Ex: There is little fervent advocacy in the professional literature for a much greater emphasis on multidisciplinary knowledge.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    * imaginación ferviente = wild imagination.

    * * *
    ‹admiración/creyente› fervent; ‹deseo› burning, ardent; ‹fe/defensor› passionate, ardent
    * * *

    ferviente adjetivo ‹admiración/creyente fervent;
    deseo burning;
    fe/defensor passionate
    ferviente adjetivo fervent
    ' ferviente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    ardent
    - fervent
    - zealous
    - avid
    - devoted
    - devout
    - earnest
    * * *
    ferviente, fervoroso, -a adj
    [admirador, apoyo] fervent, ardent; [seguidor, defensor] passionate, ardent
    * * *
    adj fig
    fervent
    * * *
    fervoroso: fervent

    Spanish-English dictionary > ferviente

  • 8 fogoso

    adj.
    fiery, gung-ho, spirited, red-blooded.
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    1 fiery, spirited
    * * *
    ADJ (=enérgico) spirited, mettlesome; (=apasionado) fiery, ardent; [caballo etc] frisky
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo ardent
    * * *
    = hothead, hot-headed [hotheaded], fiery [fierier -comp., fieriest -sup.], spirited, red-blooded, torrid.
    Ex. This put the matter down to the work of a marginal fringe of hotheads & lunatics.
    Ex. The 1996 film of 'Romeo and Juliet' is a gripping presentation of Shakespeare's story of star-crossed lovers in an impulsive, hot-headed, violent world.
    Ex. In the end, his crude language and fiery personality limited him to the role of redneck poltergeist.
    Ex. Their aim was to mount a spirited attack on a consumer driven and marketeers' approach to reading and books, and on relativism and populism.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex. He says he wants to have a torrid affair because he's too busy to commit to a proper relationship!.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo ardent
    * * *
    = hothead, hot-headed [hotheaded], fiery [fierier -comp., fieriest -sup.], spirited, red-blooded, torrid.

    Ex: This put the matter down to the work of a marginal fringe of hotheads & lunatics.

    Ex: The 1996 film of 'Romeo and Juliet' is a gripping presentation of Shakespeare's story of star-crossed lovers in an impulsive, hot-headed, violent world.
    Ex: In the end, his crude language and fiery personality limited him to the role of redneck poltergeist.
    Ex: Their aim was to mount a spirited attack on a consumer driven and marketeers' approach to reading and books, and on relativism and populism.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex: He says he wants to have a torrid affair because he's too busy to commit to a proper relationship!.

    * * *
    fogoso -sa
    ardent
    * * *

    fogoso,-a adjetivo fiery, spirited
    ' fogoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fogosa
    English:
    fiery
    - frisky
    - spirited
    * * *
    fogoso, -a adj
    [persona] passionate, intense; [caballo] spirited, lively
    * * *
    adj fiery, ardent
    * * *
    fogoso, -sa adj
    ardiente: ardent

    Spanish-English dictionary > fogoso

  • 9 gritar

    v.
    1 to shout (hablar alto).
    no grites tanto, habla más bajo don't shout so much, lower your voice a bit
    gritó de dolor he screamed in pain
    María gritó como nunca Mary shouted as never before.
    El camionero gritó improperios The truck driver shouted insults.
    2 to shout or yell at.
    ¡no me grites! don't shout or yell at me!
    3 to shout at, to bellow at, to bark at, to bawl at.
    María le gritó a Ricardo Mary shouted at Richard.
    * * *
    1 (gen) to shout; (chillar) cry out, scream
    ¡no me grites! don't shout at me!
    * * *
    verb
    to shout, cry, scream
    * * *
    1. VI
    1) (=dar voces) to shout

    ¡no grites! — don't shout!

    no me grites, que no estoy sorda — don't shout, I'm not deaf

    ¡no le grites a tu madre! — don't shout at your mother!

    2) (=chillar) to scream
    3) (=abuchear) to jeer
    2.
    VT [+ instrucciones, órdenes] to shout
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to shout

    gritarle a alguien — to shout at somebody; ( para llamarlo) to shout (out) to somebody

    2.
    gritar vt to shout
    * * *
    = cry (out), screech, shout, bellow, scream, yell, howl, call out, yelp, shriek, holler.
    Ex. 'Good grief!', he cried, catching sight of the clock.
    Ex. They laughed and screeched and mocked as long as I went on swearing.
    Ex. 'Didn't Justine Asadorian in the order department used to work in serials?' she almost shouted, with a sudden access of excitement.
    Ex. As when 'Spider!' is bellowed at someone who does not exactly care for arachnids = Como cuando se le grita "¡Una araña!" a alguien que no se asusta de los arácnidos.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex. 'I don't want your help, I tell you!' I yelled at him.
    Ex. If we do not listen to other people whispering their prayers today we may have to meet them tomorrow when they are howling their war cries.
    Ex. It was our morning watch; when, soon after the day began to break, a man on the forecastle called out, 'Land ho!'.
    Ex. He yelped in pain and she grabbed his wrists and pinned his arms to the floor.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. When McCall finished his book by saying, 'It makes me wanna holler and throw up my hands,' he almost described my reaction perfectly.
    ----
    * gritar como alma en pena = scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * gritar como un condenado = scream like + a banshee.
    * gritar como un loco = shout + Posesivo + head off, scream + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * gritar desaforadamente = shout + Posesivo + head off, scream + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs.
    * gritar desaforamente = scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to shout

    gritarle a alguien — to shout at somebody; ( para llamarlo) to shout (out) to somebody

    2.
    gritar vt to shout
    * * *
    = cry (out), screech, shout, bellow, scream, yell, howl, call out, yelp, shriek, holler.

    Ex: 'Good grief!', he cried, catching sight of the clock.

    Ex: They laughed and screeched and mocked as long as I went on swearing.
    Ex: 'Didn't Justine Asadorian in the order department used to work in serials?' she almost shouted, with a sudden access of excitement.
    Ex: As when 'Spider!' is bellowed at someone who does not exactly care for arachnids = Como cuando se le grita "¡Una araña!" a alguien que no se asusta de los arácnidos.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex: 'I don't want your help, I tell you!' I yelled at him.
    Ex: If we do not listen to other people whispering their prayers today we may have to meet them tomorrow when they are howling their war cries.
    Ex: It was our morning watch; when, soon after the day began to break, a man on the forecastle called out, 'Land ho!'.
    Ex: He yelped in pain and she grabbed his wrists and pinned his arms to the floor.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: When McCall finished his book by saying, 'It makes me wanna holler and throw up my hands,' he almost described my reaction perfectly.
    * gritar como alma en pena = scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * gritar como un condenado = scream like + a banshee.
    * gritar como un loco = shout + Posesivo + head off, scream + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, scream like + a banshee, wail like + a banshee.
    * gritar desaforadamente = shout + Posesivo + head off, scream + Posesivo + head off, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs, shout at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + voice, scream at + the top of + Posesivo + lungs.
    * gritar desaforamente = scream at + the top of + Posesivo + head.

    * * *
    gritar [A1 ]
    vi
    to shout
    no hace falta que grites there's no need to shout o yell
    a fuerza de gritar se quedó ronco he shouted himself hoarse
    gritaba de terror/dolor he was shrieking o screaming with terror/pain
    gritaba de alegría she was shouting o whooping for joy
    empezó a gritar pidiendo ayuda he started crying out o yelling o shouting for help
    gritaba como un desaforado he was screaming o shrieking at the top of his voice
    le grité pero no me oyó I shouted to her but she didn't hear me
    ¡a mí no me grites! don't you shout o yell at me!
    ■ gritar
    vt
    to shout
    los manifestantes gritaban consignas en contra del gobierno the demonstrators were shouting anti-government slogans
    -¡cuidado! -gritó watch out! she shouted o cried
    me gritó una serie de insultos he shouted o hurled a series of insults at me
    le fui gritando instrucciones desde la ventana I shouted instructions to him from the window
    * * *

     

    gritar ( conjugate gritar) verbo intransitivo
    to shout;
    no hace falta que grites there's no need to shout o yell;

    gritar de dolor to scream with pain;
    gritar de alegría to shout for joy;
    gritar pidiendo ayuda to shout for help;
    gritarle a algn to shout at sb;

    ( para llamarlo) to shout (out) to sb
    verbo transitivo
    to shout
    gritar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to shout
    Normalmente, cuando quieres gritar a alguien, debes usar la preposición to: Me gritó desde la otra acera. He shouted to me from the other pavement. Sin embargo, si quieres gritar con enfado, debes usar la preposición at: No tienes que gritarme. You don't have to shout at me. También podrías emplear el verbo to cry out, pero recuerda que indica miedo o sorpresa.
    ' gritar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    berrear
    - bramar
    - delante
    - de
    - desaforado
    - desesperación
    - ronco
    English:
    bawl
    - bellow
    - bored
    - call
    - call out
    - cry
    - cry out
    - exclaim
    - holler
    - scream
    - shout
    - shout out
    - stop
    - together
    - whoop
    - would
    - yell
    - bark
    - chant
    - clamor
    - polite
    - shriek
    * * *
    vi
    1. [hablar alto] to shout;
    no grites tanto, habla más bajo don't shout so much, lower your voice a bit
    2. [chillar] to scream, to yell;
    gritó de dolor he cried in pain;
    gritó de alegría he shouted for joy
    vt
    1. [en voz alta]
    gritar algo a alguien to shout sth at sb;
    “¡no cruces!”, me gritó "don't cross!" he shouted at me
    2. [reñir] to shout o yell at;
    ¡no me grites, que no fue culpa mía! don't shout o yell at me, it wasn't my fault!;
    no me gusta que me griten I don't like being shouted at
    * * *
    v/t & v/i shout, yell
    * * *
    : to shout, to scream, to cry
    * * *
    gritar vb to shout

    Spanish-English dictionary > gritar

  • 10 prendarse de

    v.
    to get attached to, to fall quickly in love with, to take a fancy to, to take a great liking to.
    * * *
    = take + a fancy to, take + a shine to, take + a liking to, smite.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado smote, participio smitten. Usado comúnmente con este sentido la voz pasiva y seguido de la partícula with y también a veces by.
    Ex. He is a collector who wants to form a collection by making his own paintings of pictures he has taken a fancy to in other people's houses.
    Ex. She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex. He quickly took a liking to American clothing stores and acquired a taste for fast-food restaurants.
    Ex. It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    * * *
    = take + a fancy to, take + a shine to, take + a liking to, smite.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado smote, participio smitten. Usado comúnmente con este sentido la voz pasiva y seguido de la partícula with y también a veces by.

    Ex: He is a collector who wants to form a collection by making his own paintings of pictures he has taken a fancy to in other people's houses.

    Ex: She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex: He quickly took a liking to American clothing stores and acquired a taste for fast-food restaurants.
    Ex: It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prendarse de

  • 11 quedarse prendado

    (v.) = smite
    Ex. It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    * * *
    (v.) = smite

    Ex: It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedarse prendado

  • 12 verdadero

    adj.
    1 true, real, actual, truthful.
    2 big, royal.
    * * *
    1 true, real
    * * *
    (f. - verdadera)
    adj.
    real, true
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=auténtico) [caso, joya, motivo, nombre] real; [historia, versión] true; [testimonio] truthful

    ¿cuál es tu verdadero nombre? — what's your real name?

    fue un verdadero desastreit was a real ofrmveritable disaster

    3) (=sincero) [persona] truthful
    * * *
    - ra adjetivo
    1)
    a) <premisa/historia> true; <caso/nombre> real
    b) <pieles/joyas> real
    * * *
    = genuine, true [truer -comp., truest -sup.], truly, red-blooded, actual.
    Ex. A general paper may be irrelevant to a specialist but of genuine value to someone seeking a brief introduction to a field peripheral to their main interest.
    Ex. The Concise AACR2 by Michael Gorman is not a true abridged edition of the full edition, but rather a rewritten distillation of the essential rules and principles.
    Ex. Work continues on translations, and these will contribute to AACR's role as a truly international code.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex. It presents a case study based on an actual situation which arose between the chief librarian of a public library and the library janitor.
    ----
    * amigo verdadero = true friend.
    * amor verdadero = true love.
    * el verdadero = the real McCoy.
    * el verdadero problema = the elephant in the room.
    * revelar + Posesivo + verdadera identidad = blow + Posesivo + cover.
    * sinónimo verdadero = true synonym.
    * una verdadera lástima = a crying shame.
    * una verdadera pena = a crying shame.
    * verdadera naturaleza, la = true nature, the.
    * verdadero + Nombre = veritable + Nombre.
    * * *
    - ra adjetivo
    1)
    a) <premisa/historia> true; <caso/nombre> real
    b) <pieles/joyas> real
    * * *
    = genuine, true [truer -comp., truest -sup.], truly, red-blooded, actual.

    Ex: A general paper may be irrelevant to a specialist but of genuine value to someone seeking a brief introduction to a field peripheral to their main interest.

    Ex: The Concise AACR2 by Michael Gorman is not a true abridged edition of the full edition, but rather a rewritten distillation of the essential rules and principles.
    Ex: Work continues on translations, and these will contribute to AACR's role as a truly international code.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    Ex: It presents a case study based on an actual situation which arose between the chief librarian of a public library and the library janitor.
    * amigo verdadero = true friend.
    * amor verdadero = true love.
    * el verdadero = the real McCoy.
    * el verdadero problema = the elephant in the room.
    * revelar + Posesivo + verdadera identidad = blow + Posesivo + cover.
    * sinónimo verdadero = true synonym.
    * una verdadera lástima = a crying shame.
    * una verdadera pena = a crying shame.
    * verdadera naturaleza, la = true nature, the.
    * verdadero + Nombre = veritable + Nombre.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹premisa/historia› true; ‹caso› real
    ésa es la verdadera causa del problema that is the real o true cause of the problem
    ése no es su verdadero nombre that's not his real name
    2 ‹pieles/joyas› real
    se portó como un verdadero imbécil he behaved like a real o ( colloq) proper idiot
    es una verdadera ganga it's a real bargain
    ha sido un verdadero padre para mí he's been like a father to me
    siente verdadera pasión por la música she has a real o ( frml) veritable passion for music
    * * *

     

    verdadero
    ◊ -ra adjetivo

    1
    a)premisa/historia true;

    caso/nombre real
    b)pieles/joyas real

    2 ( delante del n) ( uso enfático) real;
    se portó como un verdadero imbécil he behaved like a real o (colloq) proper idiot

    verdadero,-a adjetivo
    1 (cierto) true
    2 (auténtico) real
    un verdadero profesional, a real professional
    (uso enfático) un verdadero idiota, a real idiot
    ' verdadero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    actual
    - bocazas
    - calvario
    - colar
    - conquistador
    - conquistadora
    - desastre
    - histórica
    - histórico
    - imitación
    - martirio
    - verdadera
    - caos
    - cierto
    - real
    English:
    actual
    - colour
    - deduce
    - false
    - proper
    - real
    - true
    - full
    - indeed
    - joy
    - liability
    - regular
    - surely
    - veritable
    * * *
    verdadero, -a adj
    1. [cierto, real] [historia] true;
    [nombre] real; [intenciones] real, true;
    la verdadera razón de su comportamiento fue otra the real reason for his behaviour was different;
    el verdadero protagonista de la tragedia the person who was really the key figure in the tragedy;
    distinguir entre lo verdadero y lo falso to distinguish between what is true and what is false
    2. [enfático] real;
    fue un verdadero lío it was a real mess
    * * *
    adj true; ( cierto) real
    * * *
    verdadero, - dera adj
    1) real, verídico: true, real
    2) auténtico: genuine
    * * *
    verdadero adj true / real

    Spanish-English dictionary > verdadero

  • 13 viril

    adj.
    virile, manly.
    m.
    crystal case where the consecrated hosts are kept.
    * * *
    1 virile, manly
    * * *
    ADJ virile, manly
    miembro 1., 1)
    * * *
    adjetivo < cualidades> virile, manly
    * * *
    = virile, manly [manlier -comp., manliest -sup], red-blooded.
    Ex. The article 'Not all in the mind: the virile profession' discusses the factors leading to the origin of the stereotype librarian.
    Ex. First of all, video games are often best enjoyed simultaneously with other manly activities such as chewing and drinking.
    Ex. What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    ----
    * hombre viril = virile man.
    * * *
    adjetivo < cualidades> virile, manly
    * * *
    = virile, manly [manlier -comp., manliest -sup], red-blooded.

    Ex: The article 'Not all in the mind: the virile profession' discusses the factors leading to the origin of the stereotype librarian.

    Ex: First of all, video games are often best enjoyed simultaneously with other manly activities such as chewing and drinking.
    Ex: What's the ordinary response if you're a red-blooded American consumer? I mean, you scream like hell and run to the store and demand your money back.
    * hombre viril = virile man.

    * * *
    ‹cualidades› virile, manly miembro viril (↑ miembro)
    * * *

    viril adjetivo ‹ cualidades virile, manly
    viril adjetivo virile, manly
    ' viril' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    macho
    - varonil
    English:
    virile
    * * *
    viril adj
    virile, manly
    * * *
    adj virile, manly
    * * *
    viril adj
    : virile
    virilidad nf

    Spanish-English dictionary > viril

  • 14 encantar

    v.
    1 to bewitch, to cast a spell on.
    La bruja encantó a Allan The witch put a spell on Allan.
    2 to like very much, to like, to be keen on.
    Me encantan las flores I like flowers very much.
    3 to love to, to be delighted to.
    Me encanta cantar I love to sing.
    4 to like it.
    Me encanta I like it.
    5 to delight, to enchant, to charm.
    Mis palabras encantaron a Ricardo My words enchanted=delighted Richard.
    Su delicadeza encanta a Ricardo Her daintiness enchants Richard.
    6 to be pleasing to everybody.
    El pollo frito encanta Fried chicken is pleasing to everybody.
    * * *
    1 (hechizar) to cast a spell on, bewitch
    2 familiar (gustar) to delight, love
    * * *
    verb
    1) to delight, charm
    2) enchant, bewitch
    3) love
    * * *
    1.
    VI [con complemento personal] to love

    me encantan las floresI adore o love flowers

    me encantaría que vinieras — I'd be delighted if you come, I'd love you to come

    2.
    VT to cast a spell on o over, bewitch
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo (+ me/te/le etc)

    me encantó la obraI loved o I thoroughly enjoyed the play

    2.
    encantar vt to cast o put a spell on, bewitch
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo (+ me/te/le etc)

    me encantó la obraI loved o I thoroughly enjoyed the play

    2.
    encantar vt to cast o put a spell on, bewitch
    * * *
    encantar1
    1 = love, relish, thrill, get off on, love + every minute of it, get + a buzz from, get + a kick, catch + Posesivo + fancy, take + a fancy to, take + a shine to, take + a liking to, smite, be tickled pink, be chuffed to bits, thrill + Nombre + to bits.

    Ex: All these novels are about young women meeting handsome men, at first disliking them and then discovering that they love them, with the inescapable 'happy ending' which means matrimony in these cases.

    Ex: They all relish a fast paced working environment, rapid change and constant challenges to traditional notions of what a library and library work should be.
    Ex: The abundance of information on the World Wide Web has thrilled some, but frightened others.
    Ex: She sounds like she enjoys having people under her thumb and gets off on the whole control thing.
    Ex: I loved every minute of it and it made me see just how poverty stricken Jamaica really is!.
    Ex: How anyone can get a buzz from laying into someone is beyond me; it's not nice to see it happen - too many times have I seen people beaten up over nothing.
    Ex: I get a kick when I'm on my racing bike, and when I have my skates on it's out of this world.
    Ex: At nightfall, drop anchor at any place that catch your fancy and the lullaby of the gentle waves put you to sleep.
    Ex: He is a collector who wants to form a collection by making his own paintings of pictures he has taken a fancy to in other people's houses.
    Ex: She took a shine to Sheldon, and before he knows what has happened, the misanthropic physicist finds himself with a girlfriend.
    Ex: He quickly took a liking to American clothing stores and acquired a taste for fast-food restaurants.
    Ex: It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    Ex: She will be tickled pink with these French ticklers.
    Ex: Obviously I' m chuffed to bits that I'm getting so many visitors and that the word's getting out.
    Ex: The critics are divided but Rolf Harris says he's thrilled to bits with the finished product.
    * encantaría = would + love to.
    * ser lo que a Uno le encanta = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley, be + Posesivo + cup of tea.

    encantar2
    2 = charm, enchant, weave + magic spell, cast + a (magic) spell, bewitch.

    Ex: We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.

    Ex: The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex: These love boats and the romantic Bahamas will no doubt continue to weave their magic spell.
    Ex: The player makes choices for his characters (such as whether to fight, cast a magic spell, or run away), and then the enemy takes a turn.
    Ex: In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.

    * * *
    encantar [A1 ]
    vi
    (+ me/te/le etc):
    me encantó la obra I loved o I thoroughly enjoyed the play
    me encanta como habla I love the way he talks
    me encantaría que me acompañaras I'd love o I'd really like you to come with me, it would be lovely if you could come with me
    ■ encantar
    vt
    to cast o put a spell on, bewitch
    * * *

     

    encantar ( conjugate encantar) verbo intransitivo (+ me/te/le etc):
    me encantó la obra I loved o I really enjoyed the play;

    me encantaría que me acompañaras I'd love you to come with me
    verbo transitivo
    to cast o put a spell on, bewitch
    encantar
    I vi (gustar mucho) to love: les encanta viajar, they love travelling
    su manera de recitar encantó al público, the audience were enraptured by his recital ➣ Ver nota en love
    II vt (embrujar) to bewitch, cast o put a spell on

    ' encantar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    captivate
    - charm
    - delight
    - enchant
    - entrance
    * * *
    1. [gustar]
    me encanta el chocolate I love chocolate;
    le encanta ir al cine he loves going to the cinema;
    ¡me encanta! I love it/him/her!;
    me encantaría asistir, pero tengo otros compromisos I'd love to go, but I've got other things on
    2. [embrujar] to bewitch, to cast a spell on
    * * *
    v/t
    :
    me/le encanta I love/he loves it;
    me encanta el chocolate I love chocolate
    * * *
    1) : to enchant, to bewitch
    2) : to charm, to delight
    me encanta esta canción: I love this song
    * * *
    1. (gustar mucho) to love
    2. (hechizar) to cast a spell on [pt. & pp. cast]

    Spanish-English dictionary > encantar

  • 15 enérgico

    • active
    • aggressive
    • brisk
    • forceful
    • forcible
    • full of stamina
    • powerful
    • red-blooded
    • spirited
    • sprightly
    • strong
    • vigorous

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > enérgico

  • 16 fogoso

    • fiery
    • red-blooded
    • spirited

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fogoso

  • 17 valeroso

    • courageous
    • doughty
    • lionhearted
    • manly
    • plucky
    • red-blooded
    • valorous

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > valeroso

  • 18 valiente

    • brave person
    • courageous
    • daring person
    • fearless
    • gritstone
    • grizzle
    • heart of the matter
    • heart-lung muchine
    • maneuvering under the table
    • manganese
    • manly
    • plucky
    • red-blooded
    • stout-hearted
    • stouthearted
    • valiant

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > valiente

  • 19 vigoroso

    • forceful
    • hardworking
    • hare
    • heartwarming
    • hearty laughter
    • red-blooded
    • self-approbation
    • self-assertion
    • vigorous

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > vigoroso

  • 20 red

    f
    1) сеть (для ловли рыб, птиц, зверей)
    2) сетка, сетчатая ткань
    red de pájaros разг. — редина, неплотная ткань
    5) решётка, ограда
    6) уст. продуктовая лавка
    8) сеть (железнодорожная, водопроводная и т.п.)
    9) сеть (учреждений, агентурная и т.п.)
    10) сети, козни, ловушка
    caer en la redпопасться в ловушку
    12) анат. сплетение (нервов, сосудов)
    ••

    БИРС > red

См. также в других словарях:

  • red-blooded — adj red blooded male/Englishman/American etc used to emphasize that someone has all of the qualities that a typical man, Englishman etc is supposed to have used humorously …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • red-blooded — [red′blud′id] adj. high spirited and strong willed; vigorous, lusty, etc …   English World dictionary

  • red-blooded — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ (of a man) vigorous or virile …   English terms dictionary

  • red-blooded — ADJ: ADJ n If a man is described as red blooded, he is considered to be strong and healthy and have a strong interest in sex. [INFORMAL] Hers is a body which every red blooded male cannot fail to have noticed. Syn: virile …   English dictionary

  • red-blooded — a red blooded man has a lot of energy and enjoys sex very much. He s a normal, red blooded male of course he wants to sleep with you! …   New idioms dictionary

  • red-blooded — adj. Red blooded is used with these nouns: ↑male …   Collocations dictionary

  • red-blooded — adjective a red blooded man is strong and full of sexual energy …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • red-blooded — red bloodedness, n. /red blud id/, adj. vigorous; virile. [1795 1805] Syn. robust, sturdy, lusty, hearty. * * * …   Universalium

  • red-blooded — red blood|ed [ ,red blʌdəd ] adjective behaving in a way traditionally considered typical of a particular kind of person …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • red-blooded — red′ blood′ed adj. vigorous; virile red′ blood′ed•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • red blooded — Synonyms and related words: beefy, bouncing, bulldoggish, doughty, dynamic, energetic, forceful, forcible, forcy, full blooded, full strength, game, gamy, gritty, gutsy, gutty, hale, hard, hard as nails, hardy, hearty, hefty, husky, iron hard,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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