222 shifts found

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7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to turn to transform volver
27 V to get, obtain to contain New Open Show map
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Spanish to get to hold, to accept recibir
28 V to get, obtain to receive visitors Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to take, to get to receive (guests, visitors) recibir
35 V to see/to look at to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish ver
43 V to want to love Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to want to love querer
54 N wind window New Open Show map
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Spanish wind window veinto
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish boy, youth servant muchacho
67 Adj light, bright comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish light, well lit clear claro
68 Adv morning tomorrow Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish morning tomorrow mañana
134 shine (n.) fame Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish shine, glitter fame, glory esplendor
146 shame genitalia Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish shame, disgrace genitalia vergüenza
166 Adj skirt woman Suspended Open Show map
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Spanish skirt woman (generally pl. faldas) falda
172 puppy (of a dog) inexperienced Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish puppy greenhorn, brat (neg.) cachorro
188 flexible compliant, pliable Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish flexible flexible, compliant flexible
224 strength army New Open Show map
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Spanish strength army fuerza
269 to dig to investigate Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to dig (a hole); to trench to ponder cavar
275 poisonous sarcastic New Open Show map
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Spanish poisonous sarcastic venenoso
474 N eye evil eye Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish eye hex, jinx ojo
487 N mouth eater Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish mouth eater boca
557 history event, occurrence Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish story episode, event historia
589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish log, block boor zoquete
589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish log, beam blockhead leño
668 girl pupil (anat.) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish girl pupil niña
671 pumpkin head Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pumpkin, calabash head totuma
671 pumpkin head Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pumpkin (Cucurbita argyrosperma) noddle, thinking mug ayote
748 N road manner, way Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish road, way means (to achieve smth) camino
764 Adj bitter sorrowful Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to taste bitter to upset amargar
838 N hump (of a person or camel) hill Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish mountain hillock, hump (colloq.) joroba
840 N mountain forest Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish mountain forest monte
855 V to feed to bring up Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to feed to bring up criar
866 V to salt to swear, curse, abuse one another New Open Show map
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Spanish to salt to disgrace, to dishonour salar
870 Adj hot passionate Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish warm, hot hot, vivacious, fervent cálido
870 Adj hot passionate Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish hot; warm hot, vivacious, fervent caluroso
870 Adj hot passionate Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish hot hot, ardent, passionate fogoso
870 Adj hot passionate Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish burning, hot; scorching hot, impulsive, fervent ardiente
886 N bile, gall anger Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish bile irritation, anger cólera
904 N air wind Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish air wind aire
916 Adv there then New Open Show map
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Spanish there then allà
917 Adj high (size) loud Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish high, tall loud alto
960 V to ask, beg to ask, inquire Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to ask to aks (rare) pedir
971 N tail queue Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish tail queue cola
973 V to stand up to revolt, rebel Suspended Open Show map
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Spanish rise, increase rebellion alzamiento
975 V to fall down to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to fall to perish caer
976 N thread wire (n.) New Open Show map
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Spanish cable cable cable
977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish large vessel head (colloq.) tatuca
977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pumpkin, calabash head, noddle mate
978 V to hit the target to guess Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to hit the mark to guess acertar
992 V to see/to look at to have experience Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to see to be testimony ver
993 V to know to understand Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to know to understand conocer
1038 Adj dumb stupid Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish dumb stupid mudo
1066 V to reach to be enough Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to reach to be enough alcanzar
1067 V to feel to hear Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to feel to hear, to perceive sentir
1107 V to smear, anoint to bribe Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to oil, to smear to bribe untar
1118 N nail (body part) claw Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish nail claw uña
1119 N coal anthrax Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish coal anthrax carbón
1129 N coal smut (plant disease) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish blast, brand smut tizón
1131 V to open (tr.) to learn, find out Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to open to reveal descubrir
1133 Adj quiet (vs. loud) slow (adj.) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish quietly slowly despacio
1142 V to hear rumour Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish audition hearing oída
1145 Adj cold (adj.) indifferent Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish cold indifferent frío
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish fox cunning fox, dodger, swindler zorro
1164 N suffering work (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish labour, work sufferings, torments trabajo
1174 V to see/to look at to be surprised Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to look to be surprised mirar
1261 to shake to beat, hit Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to shake to beat sacudir
1294 many very Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish numerous, abundant very mucho
1297 dew rain New Open Show map
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Spanish dew drizzle rocío
1299 V to love any Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to love any querer
1311 N magpie (Pica pica) talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish magpie chatterbox urraca
1312 N pig (Sus scrofa) slattern Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig pig (untidy person) cerdo
1312 N pig (Sus scrofa) slattern Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig pig (untidy person) chancho
1312 N pig (Sus scrofa) slattern Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig pig (untidy person) puerco
1312 N pig (Sus scrofa) slattern Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig pig (untidy person) cochino
1312 N pig (Sus scrofa) slattern Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig pig (untidy person) marrano
1313 N pig (Sus scrofa) bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig rascal cerdo
1313 N pig (Sus scrofa) bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig rascal chancho
1313 N pig (Sus scrofa) bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig rascal marrano
1313 N pig (Sus scrofa) bad person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish pig rude person, cad, rascal puerco
1333 N hare (Lepus) coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish hare coward liebre
1343 N wing fin Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish winglet fin aleta
1347 V to fall asleep to grow numb Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to fall aspleep to get numb (leg, hand, ) dormirse
1350 V to go away to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to leave to die irse
1361 V to change (tr.) to change clothes Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to change to change (clothes) cambiar
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish elbow length unit codo
1372 N stick (n.) <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish rod, cane, pole length unit vara
1393 V to sway to doubt Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to tremble, to fluctuate; to vibrate to hesitate, to doubt trepidar
1393 V to sway to doubt Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to rock, to waggle to hesitate balancear
1399 Adj dirty bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish dirty evil, sinful (thoughts), bad (conscience), unfair (play), filthy sucio
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to put a jinx on to charm, to captivate fascinar
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to bewitch to delight, to charm encantar
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to bewitch to charm, to captivate hechizar
1416 N abundance harvest New Open Show map
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Spanish harvest abundance cosecha
1424 house to marry Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish house, home to marry casa
1565 to drink to suck Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to suck to sip (colloq.) chupar
1589 end ending (in grammar) New Open Show map
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Spanish end, termination ending terminación
1601 Adj shadow phantom, ghost Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish shadow ghost sombra
1626 short (size) brief Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish short brief corto
1632 V to flow to run Suspended Open Show map
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Spanish to run to flow (water, river) correr
1637 sheath pod New Open Show map
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Spanish sheath pod vaina
1641 to throw to shoot Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to throw, to launch to shoot disparar
1655 to touch to reach Suspended Open Show map
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Spanish to touch to reach tocar
1702 to get, obtain cattle New Open Show map
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Spanish to get, to acquire cattle, livestock ganar
1798 to ride (e.g., a horse) to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to ride on horseback to cover (female animal), to fecundate cabalgar
1816 Adj to hang to depend Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to hang to depend colgar
1960 soldier pawn (in chess) New Open Show map
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Spanish infantryman pawn peón
1967 to pass by to pass (of time) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to come through to pass by (time) pasar
2015 Adj hot angry Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish warm, hot wicked, angry, hot tempered caliente
2038 Adj weak lean Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish weak thin flaco
2042 Adj lean infertile (soil) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish thin, lean poor, lean (soil) delgado
2044 thick dense, thick (liquid) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish fat, massive thick espeso
2104 cold (adj.) hostile Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish cold frío
2109 to flow electricity Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to flow current fluir
2112 drone (n.) idler, loafer Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish drone loafer zángano
2129 white <cold steel> New Open Show map
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Spanish white <cold steel> blanco
2134 to break (tr.) to infringe Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to break to break (silence, law) quebrar
2163 Adj to cut (tr.) to give up, stop doing Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to cut to stop (reading, conversation etc) cortar
2165 lion (Panthera leo) brave person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish lion dare devil león
2183 to follow to act according to Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to follow to act according to smth seguir
2204 young man soldier Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish young man infantry man infante
2205 Adj child sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish child shoot, sprout retoño
2205 Adj child sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish descendant, offspring shoot, sprout vástago
2247 Adj free free of charge Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish free free, gratuitous libre
2355 enemy evil spirit Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish enemy devil enemigo
2367 <animal> spot of reflected light Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish rat plash of sunlight rato
2370 to make noise to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish noise wrangle, quarrel, argument ruido
2380 lead, plumbum bullet Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish lead bullet plomo
2395 to pull hair to fight, to be at war New Open Show map
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Spanish to pull smn by the hair, to fight to fight pelear
2462 <foreigner> child before baptism Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish moor a child before baptism moro
2499 to drill pain New Open Show map
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Spanish
Swahili
to bore to drill, to bore (pain) taladrar
taladrar
2500 to swear to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to swear, to take an oath to swear, to blaspheme jurar
2502 milk milt (of fish) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish milk milt leche
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish американская свиязь (разновидность утки) chatterbox chachalaca
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish chachalaca chatterbox guacharaca
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish babble, chatterbox, parakeet babbler perico
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish степной жаворонок chatterbox (argot) calandria
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish rook chatterbox grajo
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish waxbird chatterbox picotero
2512 <clothes> caul, amniotic sac Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish shirt birth membrane, fetal membrane camisa
2521 <clothes> menstruation Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish shirt period (obs.) camisa
2528 to get, obtain to win Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to get, to acquire, to earn to win ganar
2631 to thrust (into) to ache Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to jab (with a needle etc) pinchar
2631 to thrust (into) to ache Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to jab (with a needle etc) to stab, growing sometimes stronger (pain) punzar
2635 grain, seed pip (disease of birds) New Open Show map
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Spanish grain, seed pip (med.) pepita
2637 smoke house New Open Show map
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Spanish smoke home, fireside, Penates humo
2639 smoke abberation of mind New Open Show map
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Spanish smoke drunkenness humo
2641 finger/toe <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish finger ancient length unit, a little less than 1.8 cm dedo
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish guabina (river fish, edible) coward guabina
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish mouse (male) coward thief (argot) ratón
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish horned owl coward chincho
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish monkey, ape (male) coward mona
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish vulture coward aura
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish американская блошка coward nigua
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish catfish coward bagre
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish hen coward gallina
2646 to unwind to develop Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish unroll, unwrap to develop desarrollar
2666 star fate New Open Show map
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Spanish star destiny, fate estrella
2669 <animal> cloud Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish lamb cloud borrego
2670 <animal> white caps (on sea waves) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish doe kids white horses (on the waves) cabrillas
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish turkey cock fool, blockhead guajolote
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish mocking bird fool sinsonte
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish catfish nitwit bagre
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish guanaco simpleton, poop guanaco
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish lamb ninny borrego
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish fish fool peje
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish drone blockhead, idiot, dolt zángano
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish siskin nitwit chirote
2700 rope, string, cord, lashing <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish string the distance of five steps cordel
2700 rope, string, cord, lashing <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish rope, cord, cable, wire rope length unit (7095,15 mm) cuerda
2700 rope, string, cord, lashing <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish rope, cable length unit (= 710.5 sm) soga
2718 storehouse; depo shop Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish амбар, склад, хранилище department store almacen
2726 to baptize, christen to dilute New Open Show map
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Spanish to baptize to dilute, to water (wine, milk) bautizar
2735 bee industrious, diligent person New Open Show map
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Spanish bee hard working person abeja
2746 to tie to begin (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to unite, to tie to start (conversation, acquiantance), trabar
2759 horseman, rider of high rank Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish horseman nobleman caballero
2763 to tear, rend to move quickly New Open Show map
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Spanish to pull out, to pluck; to tear off to bolt; to send a ship at full speed arrancar
2767 to pull up (a plant) to destroy New Open Show map
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Spanish to pull weeds to destroy, to eradicate evil escardar
2798 <profession> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish teeth plucker quack sacamolero
2798 <profession> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish romance singer chatterbox; lier romancero
2798 <profession> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish bachelor chatterbox, babbler bachiller
2829 marrow middle New Open Show map
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Spanish marrow core (of a plant, tree) tuétano
2900 Adj to err, be wrong to sin Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to be wrong to sin pecar
2926 Adj girl female servant, maid Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish girl, maiden female servant muchacha
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish lizard cunning fox, dodger lagarto
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish partridge (variety) cunning fox macuco
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish bird cunning fox pájaro
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish big snake dodger (colloq.) culebrón
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish crawfish cunning fox, dodger jaiba
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish caiman cunning fox caimán
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish lynx cunning fox, dodger lince
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish catfish cunning fox, dodger bagre
3094 saw mountain ridge, edge New Open Show map
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Spanish saw mountain range sierra
3115 leaf blade New Open Show map
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Spanish plant leaf blade hoja
3127 <animal> greedy Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish anaconda, boa greedy guts, penny-father lampalagua
3127 <animal> greedy Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish crawfish greedy guts, penny-father juey
3127 <animal> greedy Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish caiman skinflint, penny-father (vern.) caimán
3130 <animal> bully New Open Show map
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Spanish bear bully, fighting cock oso
3181 head nail-head Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish head head (nail) cabeza
3195 <foot-wear> lady's slipper (Cypripedium) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish slipper Cypripedium calceolus zapatilla
3197 blue cornflower (Centaurea) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish blue, sky blue cornflower azul
3202 bitter dandelion (Taraxacum) New Open Show map
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Spanish bitter dandelion amargo
3242 neck neck (of bottle etc.) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish neck neck, mouth (bottle, vessel) cuello
3246 to go up to get on a vehicle Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to rise, to go up to mount a horse, to get into a car, to take a train etc subir
3247 to go down to get off a vehicle Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to descend to get out of (car), to get off (train, ship) bajar
3262 star celebrity Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish star star estrella
3273 <vessel> fool New Open Show map
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Spanish glass, bowl, dish fool, stupid turumba
3273 <vessel> fool New Open Show map
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Spanish eathern jug (for water) fool, idiot múcura
3274 stammerer fool New Open Show map
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Spanish bunny nitwit mudenco
3310 <to treat with a sharp instrument> to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to plane to whittle acepillar
3393 precipice, abyss hell New Open Show map
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Spanish abyss hell abismo
3408 throat neck (of bottle etc.) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish throat, farynx neck (bottle, etc ) gollete
3605 descendant sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish offspring, descendant branch, offshoot retoño
3605 descendant sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish descendant, offspring offshoot vástago
3607 skull pottery fragment Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish skull fragment, peace casco
3610 to forget forget-me-not (flower) Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish to forget forget-me-not olvidar
3673 fearful, dreadful ugly, unpleasant Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish horrible, terrible ugly (colloq.) horroroso
3676 transparent comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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Spanish light, well lit clear claro
3705 V>N to press down gloomy New Open Show map
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Spanish to press down to depress deprimir
3711 V to raise, lift (tr.) to discover game animals or birds (hunting) New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Spanish to raise, lift (tr.) to discover game animals or birds (hunting) levantar
3723 V to raise, lift (tr.) to draft (for the army) New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Spanish to raise, lift (tr.) to draft (for the army) levantar
3777 Adj to touch to deal with New Open Show map
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Spanish to touch to deal with tocar
3779 Adj to touch relative (n.) New Open Show map
Language Meaning 1 Direction Meaning 2 Lexeme
Spanish to touch to be a relative tocar
3845 Adv literally figuratively New Open Show map
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Spanish literally figuratively literalmente
Open Show map