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Welcome to the largest Spanish educational and research project on the Internet. This open and editable dictionary aims to offer a tool where, on the one hand, users broaden knowledge about the different meanings that each of the words and expressions of Spanish can adopt. And, on the other hand, give the same community the ability to expand the database with new words, unknown or unregistered, or expand the different meanings that can adopt the existing words. For identical words and according to which country of the world we move, it is very frequent to find completely different uses, that is why, once the official definition is mentioned, the dictionary allows users to expand it with new meanings or nuances. In short, a dictionary edited by users and for users. Daily among all the meanings uploaded by users will select one of them as word, expression or theme of the day. This meaning will appear on the home page just after this presentation for at least 24 hours. Finally, we have made the project extensible to words from other languages ??or disciplines, you can access these dictionaries through the drop-down that appears next to the search box and the operation is identical to the main dictionary. Hoping that the use of the dictionary is to his liking we say goodbye.

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john

nosotrxs
  3

NOSOTRXS Feminist mania of some who defend gender equality who consider language to be, since we are able to speak, constituting discrimination and perpetuation of superior and discriminatory sexist behavior. They therefore seek to impose a new language, in which the male and the group differ in the far-handed way. Then, nosotrxs is synonymous with us and us, thus having three personal pronouns for the three people of the plural, along with vosotrxs and ellxs. Similarly it will occur with nuestrxs, vuestrxs, suyxs, and countless nouns and adjectives. We would have to start talking about pedagogues, pedagogues and pedagogxes, for example. Moreover, we should, to be egalitarian, incorporate doctors, teachers, presidents, especially with the most popular version of replacing the o with an e instead of the x, which allows to pronounce these words, but creates the obligation to have 3 declines instead of 2 for practically all nouns and adjectives of Spanish, more than 100 . 000 in the DRAE. Then, if we respect the principle, we should create terms for the sexed and bisexual, and talk about nosotris, vosotris, ellis and nosotrus, vosotrus, ellus, or unmanutionable terms such as nosotrzs, vosotrzs, ellzs and nosotrws, vosotrws, ellws. And, if we are exhaustive, these recognitions would involve reconsidering the different combinations that could be given, for example, sexed up and women, sexed up and men, bisexuals and women, or combinations of three genders such as sex, bisexual and female. We'd be opening a Pandora's box of unpredictable negative consequences. For the sake of gender justice, we would significantly damage our ease of communication. For example, instead of 11 verbal declines (me, you, you, the, she, us, you, you, them) for each time, would become 14 and if we consider asexual and bisexual separated, 22. If we consider gender combinations the increase would be explosive ( 35 ). We would come to a paradox situation of having very precise language, but we would be unable to master and occupy properly.

  


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GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exegeta
  3

exegeta-refers to , 1) Commentator of the great writers, mainly during the Alexandrian era. - 2 ) Commentator of sacred texts . -

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exégeta
  4

exegeta-refers to , 1) Commentator of the great writers, mainly during the Alexandrian era. - 2 ) Commentator of sacred texts . -

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exégeta o exegeta
  4

exegeta-refers to , 1) Commentator of the great writers, mainly during the Alexandrian era. - 2 ) Commentator of sacred texts . -

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exegeta o exégeta
  3

exegeta or exegeta-refers to , 1) Commentator of the great writers, mainly during the Alexandrian era. - 2 ) Commentator of sacred texts . -

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

embias
  3

embias-belonging to a genus of orthoptera insects, which are distinguished by having antennae and 17 artejos; are prominent head and greyish-brown

  

juan antonio mas ramon

cocarda
  3

The national cockades of military aircraft are also called cocarda. They are usually placed on the wings and fuselage.

  

john

azzura
  3

AZZURA Italianism by Blue

  

Anónimo

chochos
  4

It has many loose, many coins

  

john

plasmática
  2

PLASMA relative or belonging to plasma, fourth state of matter.

  

john

nosotrxs
  3

NOSOTRXS Feminist mania of some who defend gender equality who consider language to be, since we are able to speak, constituting discrimination and perpetuation of superior and discriminatory sexist behavior. They therefore seek to impose a new language, in which the male and the group differ in the far-handed way. Then, nosotrxs is synonymous with us and us, thus having three personal pronouns for the three people of the plural, along with vosotrxs and ellxs. Similarly it will occur with nuestrxs, vuestrxs, suyxs, and countless nouns and adjectives. We would have to start talking about pedagogues, pedagogues and pedagogxes, for example. Moreover, we should, to be egalitarian, incorporate doctors, teachers, presidents, especially with the most popular version of replacing the o with an e instead of the x, which allows to pronounce these words, but creates the obligation to have 3 declines instead of 2 for practically all nouns and adjectives of Spanish, more than 100 . 000 in the DRAE. Then, if we respect the principle, we should create terms for the sexed and bisexual, and talk about nosotris, vosotris, ellis and nosotrus, vosotrus, ellus, or unmanutionable terms such as nosotrzs, vosotrzs, ellzs and nosotrws, vosotrws, ellws. And, if we are exhaustive, these recognitions would involve reconsidering the different combinations that could be given, for example, sexed up and women, sexed up and men, bisexuals and women, or combinations of three genders such as sex, bisexual and female. We'd be opening a Pandora's box of unpredictable negative consequences. For the sake of gender justice, we would significantly damage our ease of communication. For example, instead of 11 verbal declines (me, you, you, the, she, us, you, you, them) for each time, would become 14 and if we consider asexual and bisexual separated, 22. If we consider gender combinations the increase would be explosive ( 35 ). We would come to a paradox situation of having very precise language, but we would be unable to master and occupy properly.

  

john

tartín
  2

TARON spelling error by TATON , a type of cake

  

john

estado condensado de bose-einstein
  4

BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSED STATE Fifth State of Matter . see BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE

  

john

condensado de bose-einstein
  3

BOSE-EINSTEIN CONDENSATE close to absolute zero, or zero Kalvin, atoms descend to their minimum energy and stop moving and have frictional energy. This causes no energy to dissipate by movement, an essential principle of superconductors.

  

john

ovodonación
  2

Neologism OVODONATION by DONATION OF EGGS with the aim of spawning and gesting a baby by means of ASSISTED REPRODUCTION

  

Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz

otan
  2

NATO ( O . T. To. N. ) stands for North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

  

Concha Utrillas Gómez.

traca final
  3

Final Traca : Expresses that at the end of a meeting, of an act, something unexpected and very provocative happens that amazes, baffles and shocks those present.

  

felipe lorenzo del rio

gambito
  2

As our Dictionary says the word comes from the Italian gambetto and sgambetto, stilt, (fare lo sgambetto , put the stilt, dare il gambetto, set a trap), diminutive of prawn, leg. The term was introduced in the sixteenth century by the Spanish humanist priest and chess player Rodrigo López de Segura in his Book of Invention and Art of the Game of Chess as an opening of this game in which some piece is exhibited to gain advantages. In today's world of chess there are many types of gambit. The most common is that of a lady.

  

john

microburbuja
  3

MICROBUBUJA microscopic sized gaseous bubbles ranging from nanometer medium to 10 nanometers and that allow to generate high contrast images in MRI and ultrasound based on very low frequency waves (ultrasound). This technique was developed to oartir of the 90s.

  

john

enfant terrible
  3

ENFANT TERRIBLE galicism which formally means tremendous superconflictive child. In practice, disruptors are thus designated to break established traditions and norms or esrilos, especially in the field of the arts.

  

john

wtywui
  4

WTYWUI Urban Language in Response to a WB . WTY means why , thank you and the second part WUI means while under influence (such as ale, beer, cocaine, caffeine, Vicodin, etc. ). It also means walking under influence.

  

john

wb
  2

WB anglilicism, urban language means welcome back, welcome back

  

john

wty
  3

WTY urban language, anglilicism by Why, thank you.

  

john

antidiplomático
  3

ANTIDIPLOMATIC against diplomats or diplomats

  

john

antimigratorio
  2

ANTIMIGRATORY against migration flows, in general and more specifically, against immigration.

  

john

falseada
  4

FALSEED female, adulterated, forged

  

john

autoexcluido
  3

SELF-EXCLUDED that has been put aside voluntarily. To be marginalized by personal decision.

  

john

chalk
  3

CHALK Chalk Anglilicism

  

john

bofetazo
  3

SLAP slap, blow to the cheek ckn ka nano open

  

john

autoconsolante
  3

SELF-COMFORTing that allows you to console yourself

  

john

pionío
  3

PIONIO martyr of the Catholic church become holy. He died in the persecutions of Izmir in Turkey, during the reign of Emperor Decio.

  

john

mesa de trabajo
  3

WORK TABLE figuratively, a concertation of people who are about to work on solving a specific task or disputes.

  

john

autoprolongarse
  4

AUTOPROLONGARSE extend, extend (in office, for example) by own decision. 2 . Stretch (something) by yourself.

  

john

pertenencias
  3

BELONGINGS 1 . relationship of one thing with whom you have the right to them. 2 . Former land unit measure defining mining concessions.

  

john

indesmentible
  2

INDESMENTIBLE which is of absolute no-brainer, which cannot be denied.

  

john

red oscura
  2

RED OSCURA lawless virtual world where 96% of internet information is located. Cannot be accessed through convention browsers

  

john

maio
  3

MAIO architectural design team resident in Barcelona 2 . May, in Portuguese.

  

john

majhara
  2

MAJHARA place in Uttar Pradesh, India

  

john

bajo el suelo
  2

UNDER THE UNDERGROUND FLOOR, (which is) buried

  

john

noventero
  3

NOVENTERO who is between 90 and 100 years old or old

  

john

hierba del pollo
  4

HIERBA DEL POLLO herb whose , aerial part is used as an infusion for stomach ills, diuretic, liver inflammatory problems, problems of diarrhea and childhood teething.

  

john

sobreproteger
  2

OVERPROTECT protect, take care too much, become harmful in care for excessive.

  

furoya

al bardo
  4

The expression is used as "improvised, in a hurry and without due care". In lunfardo it was originally a "poorly organized assault". It can come from Portuguese albardeiro ( "bad tailor, deproljo" ) or from the Spanish albarde ( "bad done") , or both. Although it can also refer to bard, it has Italian origin.

  

john

convertir en realidad
  3

TURN INTO REALITY transform a dream or hope into something true.

  

furoya

al gratín
  4

It is a cooking technique in which a meal is covered with sauce or grated cheese and given a heat stroke to dorate it; it is also known as gratin. Festively it is used as "free", "do something at no cost", by the resemblance of voices. It comes from the French au gratin, with the same meaning, which originates from the ancient word gratter ( "raer , especially the crust of food stuck at the bottom of the pot") . See gratin .

  

john

hacer público
  3

MAKE PUBLIC make private or reserved matters, or the knowledge of a few come to light and be of general knowledge.

  

furoya

a poto pelao
  4

It is a vulgarized pronunciation of "peeled pot", such as "removed underpant", "naked", "without financial resources". See also chirisiqui , quechua/chirisiki .

  

furoya

apretar cachete
  3

It is actually said by "squeezing the pots", because when someone gets scared or runs "squeezes the buttocks". See squeeze , cachete .

  

furoya

espinaca baby
  2

It is the name given to spinach harvested before ripening.

  

john

carne de primera
  2

FIRST MEAT of the best quality, which corresponds to animals better fed or grazing on flat land, where they develop less muscle and fished with the ideal age for human consumption. 2 . It can also refer to the best cuts of an animal.

  

furoya

tolerancia cero
  2

It is a hose used by authoritarian-cutting governments (we could say facho) to validate repressive policies against their voters, who generally ask that criminals, the corrupt, guerrillas be persecuted without any consideration or legal guarantee; which always gives them an endorsement to spy, control and repress any opponent, not to mention getting rid of poor, marginal and others excluded from the socioeconomic system. The same term also applies to errors of a work team, or to the distribution and consumption of alcoholic beverages, to name two controllable cases.

  

john

perro cazador del cabo
  2

DOG CABO HUNTER lycaon pictus see LICAON .

  

furoya

zona caliente
  4

It is actually the Spanish version of the English hotspot ( "stain or hot zone") , which is used in lighting for the area highlighted with light by a reflector. In the broad sense is the region, the important issue that stands out for some fact. Also in geology it is an area with a higher temperature than the others around it; which is close to his other sense of "conflict zone."

  

john

posapocaliptica
  2

POSAPOCALYPTIC female POSAPOCALYPTIC, relating to the post-apocalypse times

  

furoya

luz de gas
  3

In addition to the obvious meaning of "gas-powered lighting," a very common type of psychological abuse is said to "make gas light" where the victim suffers permanent bullying-like harassment that makes her feel insecure about herself and even dependent on the abuser. It occurs in family or couple relationships where those who make gas light disparage, devalue, isolate and manipulate their victim until they lose all self-confidence and are unable to realize that they are being violently and psychologically, remaining in a state of helplessness and total dependence on the abuser, whom she sees as a person who protects her from her own incapacity. The English name is gaslighting, inspired by a 1938 Patrick Hamilton play, which is set in Victorian England, where a widower and remarried searches his mezzanine for jewels that his first wife (whom he murdered) hid and so that his current wife does not suspect begins to create situations in which she ends up doubting her sanity , saying that he does things that he does not remember afterwards or that what he sees is not real; all in order to kill her too, faking a suicide by dementia. Six years later the film version Gaslight directed by George Cukor appears which is the one that ends up popularizing the name gaslighting, and in Spanish 'gas light', because in the argument the husband turns on the gas lamps of the mezzanine and the wife sees the lighting go down in the rest of the house, but he denies it saying that she is crazy , which is your imagination and that the light of the house never changes.

  

john

desindicalización
  4

DISINDICALIZATION abandonment of a union as a member of it.

  

john

bronceosis
  3

BRONCEOSIS disease generated by the accumulation of bronze in the human body 2 . In Argentina : Psychological pathology that young Argentine doctors have, prisoners of wanting to have a bronze effigy that immortalizes them because they look infallible and of the utmost importance. When bronze reaches their brains, they no longer see or hear; tanning prevents them from walking hastely, though they do so majesticly. Nothing is urgent or valuable, except your time. In the Chilean bestiary we call them diostors.

  

john

abelión
  5

ABELION ancient divinity of the Gauls, of the Roman era, which personified the Sun. 2 . Restaurant in Tunja , department dd Boyacá , Colombia 3 . Anime location that appeared in Overlord vol. 12, which is located on the border in the Holly Kingdom and Theocracy. 4 . Abelón's sheep are another kind of mention in Japanese anime.

  

john

rusófobo
  3

RuSoFOBO who hates or fears everything that is Russian or all Russians.

  

john

capitan de capitanes
  2

CAPTAIN OF CAPITANES In Cuba : Antonio Pacheco, the best baseball player and Cuban captain. In Uruguay : Nestor "Tito" Gonoálvez , associated with the greatest glories of Prñarol in the 60s.

  

furoya

v. a. i.
  3

Acronym for the monarchical treatment "Your Imperial Highness", to address a Prince. See S . To. ?. ?. To. .

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

sorondo
  2

It is a surname of Basque origin. Surname of a Uruguayan footballer, named Gonzalo Sorondo Amaro. He holds Brazilian nationality and still plays in the Uruguayan university league. He played for the 1999 U-20 World Cup.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bizarre
  3

It's an English language word that means unusual, strange, weird. Bizarre. It can also mean inappropriate or inappropriate.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

cedé
  2

It's an inflection, of giving in in imperative mode. It means transfer, deliver, transfer or also allow, consent, access, compromise. ( An additional meaning is to diminish, decrease, mitigate, attenuate).

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

brígido
  2

It is a male name of Celtic origin and means the victorious, the winner, the one who is strong. She's a brigid's feminine. In Chile the word is used to refer something dreadful or horrifying. Name of a great Venezuelan athlete named Brígido Iriarte, who by the way is also the name of the National Olympic Stadium of Caracas.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

yip
  3

In Colombia it is the familiar and colloquial way of calling a very popular campero and very old models of the Jeep brand. It is widely used on the coffee shaft as a cargo vehicle and passengers and is abused its great capacity and endurance. Yipao contests are held, which involves trying to place as much cargo as possible on a yip and make it walk.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

finquita
  3

It means small farm. Diminutic farm. Small rural land. In Colombia also farm or finquita can be a small amount of money that is given as a deposit or insurance to obtain something for rent or to have permission to use something that generates risks of damages. It is usually devolutive, unless no damage or deterioration occurs. Smallest garment or deposit.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

roce
  3

It's an inflection to rub. It means rubbing, rubbing, touching. It means soft or light contact. In Colombia, rubbing, is also disassembling, removing weeds, detaching, knocking down the mountain. Spray shop. It may also refer to social contact, exchange with other persons, interpersonal treatment (social rubbing).

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

cabecirojo
  1

It means it has a red or red head. In Colombia it can be a bird (which is also called torito and its scientific name is Eubucco bourcieri ) or also a class of hen or scavenger bird (also called maura, urubu, jote, aura tiñosa and its scientific name is Cathartes aura). Person who has red hair (in this case they are also often called redheads). Colloquially, a match or match.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

maura
  5

It is another of the common names that receives the hen or red-headed guala, also known as aura tiñosa, jote, urubú. Its scientific name is Cathartes aura and belongs to the family Cathartidae. It's a scavenger bird.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

inquilino
  3

It means tenant. Person who leases a property. It can be considered synonymous with neighbor, inhabitant or dweller.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

inquilina
  2

In Colombia it is the same as tenant. You have for rent or rent a property. It can also mean neighbor, dweller, inhabitant.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

inquilinato
  2

In Colombia it is a large house where many people from different families live. House dedicated to rent, rent or lease by rooms and they often have common services. House where its inhabitants are from different families and must share the services.

  

john

customizable
  3

CUSTOMIZABLE anglilicism from the verb TO CUSTOMIZE , adapt to the needs of the client. In computing: parameterize an application according to the needs of the user

  

john

biofábrica
  2

BIOPHORIC see BIOFACTORY

  

john

republicar
  3

REPUBLISHing something that had previously been published

  

john

redondela
  4

REDONDELA circle

  

john

centro-centro
  4

CENTER-CENTER in Chile : position of some political parties when other parties declared themselves centralizquierda and centroderecha.

  

john

reinauguración
  2

REOPENING REOPENING; celebration of reopening some place or business to the public.

  

john

doglover
  2

DOGLOVER Anglicism by DOG LOVER

  

john

sunscreen
  3

SUNSCREEN Anglilicism meaning SUN SCREEN Sunscreen 1 . Roller curtain 2 . Sunscreen

  

john

antiportonazo
  2

ANTIPORTONAZO in Chile : against assaults when getting out of the car to open the gate of the house.

  

john

megajuicio
  3

MEGAJUICIO judicial process of national or international relevance in which many people are formalized or there is a lot of money involved.

  

john

estomaterapeuta
  3

STOMATOTHERAPUTA of STOMA, professional opening that treats diseases and injuries of the oral region.

  

john

clínic
  3

CLÍNIC anglicism term conflictivo because we have CLÍNICO in Spanish . If we use it in English we should write it without tilde

  

john

transdisciplinar
  3

Trans TRANSDISCIPLINAR, through and disciplinary 1. Apply disciplinary punishments 2 . Educate. 3 . impose discipline and order. Impose discipline vertically or horizontally and in a planned manner in a hierarchical organization.

  

john

podrío
  2

I MAY SAY of a person : of strange beauty, lack of attitude and unfortunate. Not to be confused with rotten BODRÍ, of terrible quality, inedible food

  

john

autosexo
  3

AUTOSEXO solo sex, provoking sexual pleasure, masturbation

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exégesis
  2

exegesis-hermeneutics or historical or doctrinal exposition of a text, especially the sacred one, such as the Bible-

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exegesis
  3

exegesis- hermeneutics or historical or doctrinal exposition of a text, especially the sacred one, such as the Bible-

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exegesis o exégesis
  3

exegesis or exegesis-hermeneutics or historical or doctrinal exposition of a text, especially that of a sacred type, such as the Bible-

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

exégesis o exegesis
  4

exegesis or exegesishermeneutics or historical or doctrinal exposition of a text, especially the sacred one, such as the Bible-

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO ENRIQUE

embia
  2

embia-refers to a genus of orthoptera insects, which are distinguished by having antennae and 17 artejos; are prominent head and greyish-brown

  

john

pospenitenciaria
  2

POSTPENITENCIARIA after incarceration, after release 2 . After a prison term

  

john

show porno
  2

SHOW PORNO live show where you have sex

  

john

imigrante
  3

IMIGRANTE Brazilian municipality of the state of Rio Grande do Sul , located in Lajeado-Estrela. It was founded in May 1988.

  

Anónimo

randar significa amor ternura romanse
  2

Meaning of DAR in the ancient Greek language DAR meant compassion romance friendly to be sensitive quick to give without asking for anything in return. Some synonyms, words or similar expressions may be giving

  

felipe lorenzo del rio

glucólisis
  3

Also glycolysis, from Greek glykys, sweet taste and lysis, action of unleashing, dissolution : sugar rupture. It is a biochemical process that living cells perform in their cytoplasm (mitochondria) to feed by breaking down glucose molecules that result in other molecules of ethanol, CO2 and ATP (adenosine triphosphate). The latter is what they are looking for to feed themselves, the rest are undone. However in the fermentation of the wine that the yeasts ( saccharomyces serevisiae ) what we are interested in is the disposal of ethanol.

  

john

tiempista
  3

TIEMPISTA player who always arrives before the others to the required position on the playing field.

  

john

aforismos
  3

AFORISMOS plural of AFORISMO sentence or short sentence, which summarizes knowledge and universal wisdom : Good, if brief, twice good.

  

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