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naan {m}
naan (bread)gastr.
nabina {f}
rapeseedbot.
nabo {m}
turnipbot.gastr.T
nabo {m} sueco
swedebot.gastr.T
nácar {m}
mother-of-pearl
nacre
nacarada {f} [Argynnis paphia]
silver-washed fritillary [butterfly]entom.T
nacer
to be born
to come aborning [esp. Am.] [also fig.]
nacido
born <b.>
naciente
aborning [esp. Am.] [being born or created]
nacimiento {m}
birth
nación {f}
nation
nacional
national
nacionalidad {f}
nationality
nacionalismo {m}
nationalismpol.
nacionalista
nationalistpol.
nacionalista {f}
nationalist [female]pol.
nacionalista {m}
nationalistpol.
nacionalización {f}
nationalisation [Br.]
nationalization
nacionalizar algo
to nationalise sth. [Br.]econ.pol.
to nationalize sth.econ.pol.
nacionalsocialismo {m}
National Socialismpol.
Naciones {f} Unidas <NN. UU.>
United Nations <UN>pol.
nada
never [not at all]
nothing
Nada hay nuevo debajo del sol.
There is nothing new under the sun.proverb.
nada más
as soon as
nadador {m}
swimmerdep.
nadadora {f}
swimmer [female]dep.
nadar (algo)
to swim (sth.)
nadar a lo perrito [col.]
to do the doggie-paddle [coll.]
nadar contra corriente [fig.] [locución]
to buck the trend [idiom]
nadar estilo crol
to do the crawl [also: swim the crawl]dep.
nadie
no one [Am.]
no-one [Br.]
nobody
Nadie decía nada.
Nobody was saying anything.
nadir {m}
nadirastron.
nado {m} [am.]
swimmingdep.
naftalina {f} <C10H8>
naphthalene <C10H8>quím.
naginata {f}
naginataarmas
naipe {m} [baraja]
playing cardjuego
nalga {f}
buttockanat.
cheek [coll.] [buttock]anat.
Namibia {f}
Namibiageogr.
nanoplancton {m}
nanoplanktonbiol.ecol.
nanotecnología {f}
nanotechnologycienciaingen.tec.
nanotubo {m}
nanotubequím.
napia {f} [col.]
beak [coll.] [prominent, often hooked nose]
conk [coll.] [esp. Br.] [nose]
napoleón {m} [chil.]
pliers {pl}herram.
Nápoles {m}
Naplesgeogr.
napolitana {f}
Neapolitan [female]
napolitano
Neapolitan
napolitano {m}
Neapolitan
naranja
orange
naranja {f}
orangebot.gastr.
naranja {f} sanguina / roja
blood orangebot.gastr.
naranja {m}
orange [colour]
naranjada {f}
orangeadegastr.
naranjal {m}
orange groveagr.
naranjo {m}
orange treebot.T
narcisismo {m}
narcissismpsico.
narciso {m}
daffodilbot.T
narcosis {f}
narcosismed.
narcótico
narcoticfarm.
narcótico {m}
narcoticfarm.
narcotizar a algn
to narcotize sb.
narcotraficante {f}
drug trafficker / dealer [female]drogas
narcotraficante {m}
drug trafficker / dealerdrogas
narcotráfico {m}
drug trafficking
narguile {m}
hookah
naricilla {f}
little nose
nariz {f}
nose [Nasus]anat.
narizota {f} [col.]
big conk [coll.] [esp. Br.]
nasal
nasalanat.
nástico
nasticbot.
nata {f}
creamgastr.
nata {f} agria
sour creamgastr.
nata {f} líquida
single cream [Br.]gastr.
nata {f} montada
whipped creamgastr.
nata {f} para montar
double creamgastr.
natación {f}
swimmingdep.
natátil
floatable
natillas {f.pl}
custard {sg}gastr.
nato
born [natural, congenital]
natural
native [place of origin]
natural
naturaleza {f}
nature
naturalista
naturalistprof.
naturalista {f}
naturalist [female]prof.
naturalista {m}
naturalistprof.
naturalizar a-algn/algo
to naturalize sb./sth.
naturopatia {f}
naturopathymed.
naufragio {m}
shipwrecknáut.
Nauru {f}
Naurugeogr.
náusea {f}
nauseamed.
nauseabundo
nauseating
gastr.
naan {m}
naan (bread)
bot.
nabina {f}
rapeseed
bot.gastr.T
nabo {m}
turnip
bot.gastr.T
nabo {m} sueco
swede
nácar {m}mother-of-pearl
nácar {m}nacre
entom.T
nacarada {f} [Argynnis paphia]
silver-washed fritillary [butterfly]
nacerto be born
nacerto come aborning [esp. Am.] [also fig.]
nacidoborn <b.>
nacienteaborning [esp. Am.] [being born or created]
nacimiento {m}birth
nación {f}nation
nacionalnational
nacionalidad {f}nationality
pol.
nacionalismo {m}
nationalism
pol.
nacionalista
nationalist
pol.
nacionalista {f}
nationalist [female]
pol.
nacionalista {m}
nationalist
nacionalización {f}nationalisation [Br.]
nacionalización {f}nationalization
econ.pol.
nacionalizar algo
to nationalise sth. [Br.]
econ.pol.
nacionalizar algo
to nationalize sth.
pol.
nacionalsocialismo {m}
National Socialism
pol.
Naciones {f} Unidas <NN. UU.>
United Nations <UN>
nadanever [not at all]
nadanothing
proverb.
Nada hay nuevo debajo del sol.
There is nothing new under the sun.
nada másas soon as
dep.
nadador {m}
swimmer
dep.
nadadora {f}
swimmer [female]
nadar (algo)to swim (sth.)
nadar a lo perrito [col.]to do the doggie-paddle [coll.]
nadar contra corriente [fig.] [locución]to buck the trend [idiom]
dep.
nadar estilo crol
to do the crawl [also: swim the crawl]
nadieno one [Am.]
nadieno-one [Br.]
nadienobody
Nadie decía nada.Nobody was saying anything.
astron.
nadir {m}
nadir
dep.
nado {m} [am.]
swimming
quím.
naftalina {f} <C10H8>
naphthalene <C10H8>
armas
naginata {f}
naginata
juego
naipe {m} [baraja]
playing card
anat.
nalga {f}
buttock
anat.
nalga {f}
cheek [coll.] [buttock]
geogr.
Namibia {f}
Namibia
biol.ecol.
nanoplancton {m}
nanoplankton
cienciaingen.tec.
nanotecnología {f}
nanotechnology
quím.
nanotubo {m}
nanotube
napia {f} [col.]beak [coll.] [prominent, often hooked nose]
napia {f} [col.]conk [coll.] [esp. Br.] [nose]
herram.
napoleón {m} [chil.]
pliers {pl}
geogr.
Nápoles {m}
Naples
napolitana {f}Neapolitan [female]
napolitanoNeapolitan
napolitano {m}Neapolitan
naranjaorange
bot.gastr.
naranja {f}
orange
bot.gastr.
naranja {f} sanguina / roja
blood orange
naranja {m}orange [colour]
gastr.
naranjada {f}
orangeade
agr.
naranjal {m}
orange grove
bot.T
naranjo {m}
orange tree
psico.
narcisismo {m}
narcissism
bot.T
narciso {m}
daffodil
med.
narcosis {f}
narcosis
farm.
narcótico
narcotic
farm.
narcótico {m}
narcotic
narcotizar a algnto narcotize sb.
drogas
narcotraficante {f}
drug trafficker / dealer [female]
drogas
narcotraficante {m}
drug trafficker / dealer
narcotráfico {m}drug trafficking
narguile {m}hookah
naricilla {f}little nose
anat.
nariz {f}
nose [Nasus]
narizota {f} [col.]big conk [coll.] [esp. Br.]
anat.
nasal
nasal
bot.
nástico
nastic
gastr.
nata {f}
cream
gastr.
nata {f} agria
sour cream
gastr.
nata {f} líquida
single cream [Br.]
gastr.
nata {f} montada
whipped cream
gastr.
nata {f} para montar
double cream
dep.
natación {f}
swimming
natátilfloatable
gastr.
natillas {f.pl}
custard {sg}
natoborn [natural, congenital]
naturalnative [place of origin]
naturalnatural
naturaleza {f}nature
prof.
naturalista
naturalist
prof.
naturalista {f}
naturalist [female]
prof.
naturalista {m}
naturalist
naturalizar a-algn/algoto naturalize sb./sth.
med.
naturopatia {f}
naturopathy
náut.
naufragio {m}
shipwreck
geogr.
Nauru {f}
Nauru
med.
náusea {f}
nausea
nauseabundonauseating
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