Романова-английский словарь (буква S)

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Слова романоидного модельного языка Романова (буква S) с переводом на английский язык:


S

-s:
(after vowel) suffix for plural.
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sa:
(letter) z.
.
sa'bado:
Saturday.
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saber:
(a fact) to know.
.
sabon:
soap.
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sabor:
(n) flavor, taste; DAR ~ A to flavor; TENER ~ DE to taste like; TENER UN ~ ESTRANIO to have a strange taste.
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sabotaje:
(n) sabotage.
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sabotar:
(v) to sabotage.
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saco:
(n) sack.
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sacrificar:
(v) to sacrifice.
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sacrifisio:
(n) sacrifice.
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sal:
(n) salt.
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sala:
(large room) hall.
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salado:
salty.
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salario:
wages; salary; pay.
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saliva:
saliva, spit.
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salmora:
brine; PREPARAR CON ~ to pickle.
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Salmorasur:
(planet) Earth.
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salon (de belida'):
beauty parlor.
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salsa:
sauce.
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salsija:
sausage.
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saltar:
to jump, to leap, to spring; to bounce.
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salto:
(n) jump, leap; bounce.
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salu':
health.
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saludar:
to greet, to salute.
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saludo:
greeting, salutation.
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salvamento:
(n) rescue.
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salvar:
to rescue, to save.
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salvasion:
salvation.
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salvo:
(prep) except for, apart from.
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sanduije:
sandwich.
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sangue:
blood.
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sano:
healthy.
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santificar:
to hallow.
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santo:
(adj) holy; (n) holy one; saint.
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sarcasmo:
sarcasm.
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sarca'stico:
sarcastic.
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saserdote:
priest.
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sason:
(n) (time) season.
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sate'lite:
satellite.
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satisfacsion:
satisfaction.
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satisfaser:
to satisfy.
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satisfasido:
(adj) content; satisfied.
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Saturno:
Saturn.
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savio:
knowledgeable, wise.
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scafandro:
spacesuit; diving suit.
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scala:
(n) (relative size) scale.
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scalera:
staircase; stairs; ~ DE INSENDIO fire escape; ~ PORTABLE ladder.
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sca'pula:
shoulder.
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sceleto:
skeleton.
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sci:
(n) ski; ESCORRER SE EN SCIS to ski.
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sclavo:
(n) slave.
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scoba:
broom.
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scobar:
to sweep.
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scola:
school.
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scriver:
to write; ~ CON MA'CINA to type; ~ CON BOTONERO to type.
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scuadra:
(n) team.
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scudela:
(n) (deep round dish) bowl.
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scudo:
(n) shield.
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sculper:
to sculpt; to carve.
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scultura:
(n) sculpture; carving.
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se:
(letter) s.
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se:
himself; herself; itself; themselves; oneself.
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sea:
See:
ser.
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sebola:
onion.
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secar:
to dry.
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seco:
(adj) dry.
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secreto:
(noun, adj) secret.
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secsion:
section.
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secso:
sex.
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secsual:
sexual.
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secuensa:
sequence.
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secuestrador:
kidnapper.
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secuestrar:
to kidnap.
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secuestro:
kidnapping.
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securida':
safety; security.
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securo:
safe; secure.
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sede:
(n) thirst; TENER ~ to be thirsty, to thirst.
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sedente:
thirsty.
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sedia:
seat; chair.
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seducsion:
seduction.
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seductivo:
seductive.
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seduser:
to seduce.
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segadora:
(n) (tool) saw.
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segar:
to saw, to cut with a saw.
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segente:
(adj) following; next.
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seger:
to follow.
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segundo:
(n) (time unit) second.
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seguro:
certain; sure.
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selebrar:
to celebrate.
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selebrasion:
celebration.
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selecsion:
(n) choice.
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selecsionar:
to choose, to select.
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Selene:
Earth's moon.
.
selibato:
celibacy.
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se'libe:
celibate.
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semana:
week.
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semblante:
facial expression.
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seme:
(n) seed; PONER SEMES EN to seed.
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se'men:
semen.
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semento:
(n) concrete.
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sempre:
always.
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senario:
(theater) scene.
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senero:
brassiere.
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senial:
(n) (roadsign, lettered sign, etc.) sign; signal; ~ DE LINIA OCUPADA busy signal.
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senialar:
to signal.
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senior:
mister; Lord.
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seniorela:
Ms.
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seno:
breast.
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sensas:
ashes.
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sensasion:
sensation, feeling.
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sensero:
ashtray.
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sensible:
sensitive.
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sensura:
(n) censure; reproach.
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sensurar:
to censure; to reproach.
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sentado:
(adj) seated, sitting; SER ~ to sit, to be sitting, to be seated.
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sentar:
to seat; ~ SE to sit down.
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sentensa:
(n) (for crime) sentence.
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sentensar:
to sentence.
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senter:
(tr) to feel, to sense (may be followed by noun); ~ SE to feel (may be followed by adjective).
.
sente'simo:
(ordinal) hundredth.
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sentieme:
(fraction) hundredth.
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sentimento:
sentiment, feeling.
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sentimetro:
centimeter.
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sentito:
(n) (of the five senses, etc.) sense; ~ DE VER ability to see, sight, vision; ~ DE OIER ability to hear, hearing; ~ DE SENTER ODORES ability to smell, sense of smell.
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sento:
hundred; PER ~ per cent.
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sentral:
central.
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sentro:
(n) center; (of a city) downtown; PONER EN EL ~ to center.
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separado:
(adj) separate.
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separar (se):
to separate, to part.
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septembre:
September.
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sepulcro:
grave; tomb.
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sepultura:
(of the dead) burial.
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ser {irregular tenses:
present:
es; preterit:
fu; imperfect:
era; imperative:
sea}:
to be; ~ TROVADO EN to be at, to be found at; ES BONO CE... It's good that...; ES LA UNA It's one o'clock; ES LAS TRES It's three o'clock.
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sera:
evening.
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sereal:
cereal.
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serebro:
brain.
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seremonia:
(n) ceremony; ritual; ~ DE MATRIMONIO wedding.
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seremonial:
(adj) ceremonial; ritual.
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seresa:
cherry.
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serie:
series.
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seringa:
syringe.
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serio:
serious.
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sero:
zero.
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serpente:
snake.
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serrado:
closed.
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serradura:
(n) lock; SERRAR CON UNA ~ to lock.
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serrar (se):
to close.
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serrelampo:
(n) zipper.
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serto:
a certain; ~ OME a certain man.
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serume:
(n) wax; PONER ~ EN to wax.
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servedor:
(of a restaurant) waiter; waitress; (person) server, servant.
.
servedora:
(machine) server.
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server:
to serve.
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servieta:
napkin.
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servisio:
service; SER DE ~ to be on duty.
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servo:
deer.
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sesar:
(tr) to stop {some activity}, to cease {some activity}; ~ DE {infinitivo} to stop {doing something}; FASER {alguna persona o cosa} ~ {una cosa} (tr) to make {someone or something} stop {some activity}; FASER {alguna persona o cosa} ~ DE {infinitivo} to make {someone or something} stop {doing something}; ~ DE ANDAR to stop oneself from moving, to stop.
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sesta:
basket.
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sete:
seven.
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setenta:
seventy.
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setente'simo:
(ordinal) seventieth.
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setentieme:
(fraction) seventieth.
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sete'simo:
(ordinal) seventh.
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setieme:
(fraction) seventh.
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sfera:
sphere.
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sfe'rico:
spherical.
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si:
(conj) if, provided (that); whether; (adv) (opposite of no) yes.
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sibilar:
to hiss.
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sibilata:
(n) hiss.
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siciatra:
psychiatrist.
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siclo:
(n) cycle.
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siclomotor:
moped.
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sico'logo:
psychologist.
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sicoloji'a:
psychology.
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sicolo'jico:
psychological.
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sida:
AIDS.
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sidadano:
citizen.
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sieclo:
century.
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siego:
(adj) blind.
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sielo:
sky.
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siensa:
science.
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siensista:
scientist.
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sienti'fico:
scientific.
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siesta:
(n) nap.
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sifladora:
(n) (instrument) whistle.
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siflar:
to whistle.
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sifra:
(n) (cryptographic or symbolic) code.
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sifrar:
to encrypt.
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sigareto:
cigarette.
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sigaro:
cigar.
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si'laba:
syllable.
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silensio:
(n) silence, quiet.
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silento:
silent, quiet.
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silindro:
cylinder.
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silvestre:
(adj) wild.
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sima:
top; summit; EN LA ~ (DE) on top (of).
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si'mbolo:
symbol.
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similar:
(adj) alike, similar.
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similarmente:
(adv) alike.
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simio:
(simian) ape; monkey.
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simpati'a:
(n) getting along well with someone.
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simpa'tico:
(congenial) nice, pleasant.
.
simpatisar:
to sympathize; to get along well with.
.
simple:
simple.
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since'simo:
(ordinal) fifth.
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sincieme:
(fraction) fifth.
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sinco:
five.
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sincronisar:
(v) to synchronize.
.
sincronisasion:
synchronization.
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sincuenta:
fifty.
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sincuente'simo:
(ordinal) fiftieth.
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sincuentieme:
(fraction) fiftieth.
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sindicato:
labor union.
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singular:
singular.
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sinificar:
(to signify) to mean.
.
sinificasion:
(n) meaning, sense.
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sinistra:
(n) (not right) left; A ~ (adv) (not to the right) to the left.
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sinistrista:
(left-wing) leftist.
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sinistro:
(adj) (not right) left.
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sinsa:
without; ~ VALOR without value, worthless.
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sinsero:
sincere.
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sinta:
(n) tape; ribbon; FASER ADERER CON ~ to stick on with tape, to tape.
.
sintetisar:
(v) to synthesize.
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si'ntoma:
symptom.
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sintura:
(n) waist.
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sinturero:
(n) belt.
.
sinuoso:
winding, meandering.
.
sirca:
approximately, about.
.
sirco:
circus.
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sircostansas:
circumstances.
.
sircuito:
circuit.
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si'rculo:
circle; (shape) ring.
.
sircundar:
to surround.
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sis:
six.
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sisenta:
sixty.
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sisente'simo:
(ordinal) sixtieth.
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sisentieme:
(fraction) sixtieth.
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sise'simo:
(ordinal) sixth.
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sisieme:
(fraction) sixth.
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sistema:
system.
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sisterna:
(for liquid) tank.
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sitar:
to quote.
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sitasion:
(n) quotation, quote.
.
situasion:
situation.
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sivilisasion:
civilization.
.
so:
(prep) below, under.
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sobra:
(prep) above; on top of, on.
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sobravivensa:
survival.
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sobraviver:
(v) to survive.
.
soda:
soda pop.
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sofocar (se):
to suffocate; ~ EN LA AGUA to drown.
.
soja:
soybean.
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Sol:
Earth's sun.
.
sol:
sun; SER ARDIDO POR EL ~ to get sunburned.
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soldado:
soldier.
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soldar:
(v) to weld.
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solene:
solemn.
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soler {followed by an infinitive}:
to be in the habit of {doing something}.
.
solia:
(fish) sole.
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so'lido:
(adj) solid, firm; (n) (neither gas nor liquid) solid.
.
solisitar:
to ask for, to request; to apply (for); (to request merchandise) to order; ELI DEVE ~ UN LIBRO DI CARLO He should ask Carlo for a book; ~ {una cosa di Dio, etse'tera} to pray {to God, etc., for something}; ~ AIUDA {di Dio, etse'tera, par alguna persona} to pray {to God, etc., for help for someone}.
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solisitasion:
(n) request; application; (of merchandise) order; (religious, to God, etc.) prayer.
.
solitario:
lone, only; alone.
.
solo {or solamente}:
(adv) only; alone; UN ~ ... (just one) a single ....
.
solo'jico:
zoo.
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soltera:
bachelorette.
.
soltere:
(adj) (unmarried) single; (n) (unmarried) single person {See:
soltero; See:
soltera}.
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soltero:
bachelor.
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soma:
amount, sum.
.
somar:
to total, to add (up).
.
son:
(n) sound.
.
sona:
area.
.
sonar:
(music) to play; to ring; to sound.
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sonda:
(n) (device) probe.
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sondaje:
(n) survey; scan; (of public opinion) poll.
.
sondar:
to probe; to scan; to survey; (to probe public opinion) to poll; ~ INJUSTAMENTE to snoop, to pry (into).
.
soniar:
to dream; ~ ESVELIADO to daydream.
.
sonio:
(n) dream; ~ ESVELIADO (n) daydream.
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soplar:
to blow.
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soportar:
to withstand, to stand, to bear.
.
sora:
sister.
.
sorbete:
sherbet.
.
so'rdido:
(adj) (soiled) dirty; sordid.
.
sordo:
deaf.
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sorprender:
to surprise.
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sorpresa:
(n) surprise.
.
sorrider:
to smile.
.
sorrisa:
(n) smile.
.
sosial:
social.
.
sosieda':
society.
.
sospeta:
suspicion.
.
sospetado:
(noun, adj) suspect; (adj) (suspected) suspicious.
.
sospetante:
(adj) (suspecting) suspicious.
.
sospetar:
to suspect.
.
soterra:
cellar.
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spada:
sword.
.
spasial:
(adj) space, spacial.
.
spasio:
(room) space; ~ CO'SMICO (cosmic) space.
.
specta'culo:
(n) show.
.
speransa:
(n) hope.
.
sperar:
to hope.
.
spesial:
special.
.
spesialida':
specialty, speciality.
.
spesialista:
specialist.
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spesialmente:
especially.
.
spesie:
species.
.
spesificar:
(v) to specify.
.
spesificasion:
specification.
.
spesi'fico:
specific.
.
spina:
spine.
.
spinacas:
spinach.
.
spiral:
spiral.
.
spi'rito:
spirit.
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sponja:
sponge.
.
sporte:
sport.
.
sposa:
wife; EL PADRE DE MIA ~ my father-in-law.
.
sposado:
(adj) married.
.
sposar:
(to make married) to marry; ~ SE (CON) to get married (to).
.
spose:
spouse.
.
sposo:
husband; LA SORA DE TUO ~ your sister-in-law.
.
spuma:
foam.
.
sputar:
to spit.
.
stado:
nation, state.
.
Stados Unidos:
United States.
.
stadounidano:
(from the U.S.) American.
.
stampa:
(n) print.
.
stampilia:
(n) (rubber) stamp.
.
standardisado:
(adj) standard, standardized.
.
standardisar:
to standardize.
.
standardo:
(n) (uniform model) standard.
.
stanio:
(n) (metal) tin.
.
star:
(used with health or progressive tense) to be; (to be standing) to stand; ~ BIEN to be well; ~ MAL to be ill, to be sick.
.
starnudar:
to sneeze.
.
starnudata:
(n) sneeze.
.
stasion:
(n) station.
.
stasionadero:
parking lot.
.
stasionamento:
parking.
.
stasionar:
to park.
.
statua:
statue.
.
stela:
(hydrogen) star.
.
stilo:
(n) style; ~ DE PELOS hairstyle.
.
sto'mago:
(n) (organ for food) stomach.
.
strato:
layer.
.
structura:
(n) structure.
.
studiador:
student.
.
studiar:
to study.
.
studio:
(n) study.
.
stufa:
stovetop, stove.
.
stu'pido:
(adj) stupid.
.
stuprar:
to rape.
.
stupro:
(n) rape.
.
suave:
soft; gentle.
.
subitamente:
suddenly.
.
su'bito:
sudden.
.
submarino:
(n) submarine.
.
sucursal:
(n) (business) branch.
.
Suda'frica:
South Africa.
.
Sudame'rica:
South America.
.
sude:
south; DEL ~ southern.
.
Suesia:
Sweden.
.
sufrer:
to suffer.
.
sufrimento:
suffering.
.
sugo:
juice.
.
Suisa:
Switzerland.
.
suisidado:
(n) (person) suicide.
.
suisidar se:
to commit suicide.
.
suisidio:
(n) (act) suicide.
.
sujeto:
(n) (grammatical) subject.
.
sujuntivo:
subjunctive.
.
sulco:
(n) furrow; groove.
.
sumerjer (se):
to sink; to submerge.
.
sumeter:
to subject; ~ SE (A) to submit oneself (to), to subject oneself (to).
.
sumision:
submission.
.
suo {stressed on the u}:
(singular possessive) her; his; its; of hers; of his; EL ~ hers; his; its; ~ PROPRIO her own; his own; its own.
.
suolo:
(under foot) floor; ground.
.
suos {stressed on the u}:
(plural possessive) her; his; its; of hers; of his; LOS ~ hers; his; its; ~ PROPRIOS her own; his own; its own.
.
supa:
soup.
.
superfise:
(n) surface; (measure) area.
.
superfisial:
superficial, shallow.
.
superior:
(adj) upper.
.
supero:
(n) (for soup) bowl.
.
supervisador:
supervisor.
.
supervisar:
(v) to supervise.
.
suplicar:
to beg.
.
suplicasion:
begging.
.
supresion:
suppression.
.
suprimer:
(v) to suppress.
.
suspender:
(tr) to hang.
.
sustansa:
substance.
.
sustantivo:
noun.
.
sustentador:
(n) sponsor; supporter.
.
sustentar:
(financially or figuratively) to support; to sponsor.
.
sustentasion:
(n) support.
.
sustitu'e:
See:
sustituer.
.
sustituer {irregular present and imperative tenses:
sustitu'e}:
(v) to substitute for.
.
sustituto:
(n, adj) substitute.
.
susurrar:
to whisper.
.
susurro:
(n) whisper.
.
suterranio:
subway.
.
sutracsion:
subtraction.
.
sutraer {irregular past participle:
sutrai'do}:
to subtract.
.
sutrai'do:
See:
sutraer.
.
suversivo:
subversive.
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