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  Value Position Position 9 9 Accepted meanings 11148 9 Obtained votes 53 53 Votes by meaning 0 8 Inquiries 213061 9 Queries by meaning 19 8 Feed + Pdf

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rastreo de envio
  4

View tracking, shipping, tracheo, tracking.

  
vision polisemica
  3

See vision (by the way of analyzing facts), polysemic ("with several and different meanings").

  
no echar en saco rato
  4

See no (denial), "throw on deaf ears", time ("moment") .

  
catí de cola anillada
  2

Mistake by the American 'ring-tailed coati' (Nasua nasua). [Note: the maki or ring-tailed lemur is the Lemur catta, from Madagascar. ]

  
medidas adoptadas para buena gestion publica
  3

See measure ("by the act well judged and previously valued" ), adopted ( "assimilated, chosen" ) , for ( preposition ) , good ( "useful, correct, adjusted to a purpose" ) , management ( "administration" ) , public ( "in general , for all" ) .

  
me dio un no se que
  3

Another disrespect full of misspellings. See me ( pronoun ) , verbs / dio , a ( article ) , no ( negation ) , verbs / I know , what .

  
puloto automático
  5

Sure it is an error by "autopilot". See autopilot.

  
prueba introtécnica
  3

I was going to suggest a visit to 'test' ('examination', 'check') and 'introtechnical'. . . but it turns out that this does not exist. I started looking for it on the web and it appears on some sites like " . . . technical intro . . . " which would be a fragment of a longer text and so loose does not make sense. It also appears as 'introtechnical', but it is not only as a noun (in the query it is an adjective) but it seems an invention by "introspective technique" within unreliable pages.

  
brontofobia
  4

It is a pathological fear of hearing thunder. From the Greek 946; 961; 959; 957; 964; 951; ( bronté "thunder" ) 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") .

  
astrapefobia
  5

It's another way to call ceraunophobia. In this case the etymology is taken from the Greek voices 945; 963; 964; 961; 945; 960; 951; ( astrapé "lightning, lightning" ) 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") .

  
dinofobia
  3

It is the fear of feeling vertigo or dizziness, especially in the water or turning the body. From the Greek 948; 953; 957; 959; 962; ( tell us "turn, whirlpool" ) 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") . [Note: not to be confused with 948; 949; 953; 957; 959; 962; ( deinos "terrible" ) , which is part of the word dinosaur . ]

  
venustrafobia
  3

It is another variant – unnecessary – for caliginephobia ("fear of beautiful women"). It joins the Latin voice venustus, a, um ("beautiful, attractive, charming") with the Greek 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") .

  
potamofobia
  3

It is the fear of rivers, of navigating a river. From the Greek 960; 959; 964; 945; 956; 959; 962; ( potamós "river" ) 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") . See thalassophobia ("fear of the sea").

  
ceraunofobia
  3

It is the fear of lightning and lightning from a storm. It comes from Greek voices like 954; 949; 961; 945; 965; 957; 959; 962; ( keraunós "lightning, lightning" ) 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") .

  
caliginefobia
  3

It's the fear of beautiful women. Formed from the Greek 954; 945; 955; 951; ( kalé "beautiful" ) 947; 965; 957; 951; ( gyné "woman" ) 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") .

  
pleofobia
  3

It is the fear of sailing, especially on the water. It is formed with the Greek verb 960; 955; 949; 969; ( pleo "to navigate" ) and noun 966; 959; 946; 959; 962; ( fovos "fear") .

  
el
  4

1º_ Singular masculine determinant article [note: can be used as feminine when preceding a noun or adjective beginning with /a/ tonic] . See the , lo . 2º_ It is an acronym with few and very specific uses in Spanish, p. and. "Free Electors", "electroluminescence", "Euler-Lagrange", . . . 3rd_? This last meaning is more a comment on the sidelines. It turns out that in many translated texts - and especially if it was made automatic without supervision - web addresses from Greece appear with the domain 10060; . the instead of . Gr. This happens because when a translator does not understand what he finds, he replaces it with its transliteration or replaces letter by letter; and the domain in Greek is . 949; 955; . . . which in Latin alphabet are equivalent to /e/ and /l/ . But it's for 917; 955; 955; 951; 957; 953; 954; 942; 916; 951; 956; 959; 954; 961; 945; 964; 943; 945; ( Ellinikí Dimokratía "Greek Republic") .

  
up
  6

As an acronym does not have much use in Spanish, the /U/ in many cases is for "University" ("University of Palermo", "Public University", . . . ) or more rarely by "Union" or "Unity" ("Popular Unity"). In English it appears more as an acronym for the companies Universal Pictures (cinematographic), United Press (journalism), Union Pacific (railway), . . . and also as a way to abbreviate user profile, urban population, or unit price. But the most curious (and erroneous) use is that of 'uP' as a "microprocessor", where someone saw a resemblance between the Latin /u/ and the micro symbol; ( micro ) , or even with the Greek letter mu; (mu) which is the one used as a replacement, and he put it in because it was comfortable on the keyboard.

  
gt
  3

1º_ 'Gt' is the symbol of the "gigatonelada". 2nd_ 'GT' represents the base pair "guanine-thymine". 3º_ Although less used, 'GT' is an abbreviation for "gintonic". 4º_ 'gt' is also a way of writing the sign ">", by its English name greater than .

  
en
  3

1º_ Preposition that unites the action with a mode, time, place, occupation. 2º_ In Spanish it is used as an acronym for "Entidad Nacional", "Ejercito Nacional", "Estación Náutica", "Estrella de Neutrones", internationally 'En' or 'EN' is used to indicate the English language, by English.

  




       


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