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Spanish Open dictionary by Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz



Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz
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Accepted meanings75006
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Inquiries1536056
Queries by meaning2018
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plazas
  3

Squares. 1- Plural of square. 2- Surname of Spanish origin.

  
mahatense
  2

Mahatense , is the demonym of people born in the municipality of Mahates (Bolivar) in Colombia.

  
medicalizado
  4

It is said of something that it is endowed with everything necessary to provide medical assistance. For example, an ambulance, a field hospital, etc.

  
humanización
  4

Humanization. ( feminine noun ) Action and effect of humanizing .

  
recoba
  4

Álvaro Alexander Recoba Rivero, better known as "El Chino" Recoba is a retired Uruguayan footballer of oriental ancestry. He played as an attacking midfielder and was part of the roster of the national football team.

  
hermosillo
  3

1- José María Hermosillo, is a bullfighter of Mexican origin, specifically from the city of Aguascalientes in the State of Aguascalientes. He has performed at the Plaza Monumental in Aguascalientes, and at the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, in Madrid, Spain. 2- Hermosillo, is the name of a city in Mexico, capital of the State of Sonora; It has a population of approximately 830. 000 inhabitants .

  
identificador facial
  3

The facial identifier, also called facial recognition is a technology that is able to identify a person by an image or video of their face.

  
identificador facial
  8

The facial identifier, also called facial recognition is a technology that is able to identify a person by an image or video of their face.

  
mantazo
  5

Mantazo : ( s . m . ) 1- Blow given with a blanket. 2- Crutch pass executed by the bullfighter with a blanket.

  
cojón
  3

Cushion : ( m . ) Vulgar name given to the testicle in colloquial language. It is used more in the plural.

  
internacional
  4

1- Belonging or relating to two or more nations. 2- Athlete who has participated in competitions in which several countries participate. 3- Athlete who has participated in competitions that have been held in countries other than his country of origin. 4- Journalist, commentator or narrator who has covered sports competitions in several countries.

  
trasnacional
  3

A transnational company is one that maintains business and activities in several countries. Synonym : Transnational.

  
caché
  4

Cache ( m . ) 1- Elegance, distinction. 2- In computing, the cache memory is an auxiliary memory in which copies of the files and data that a user accesses most frequently are stored. The latest generation computers and smartphones have cache memory. 3- Cache: elegantly, with distinction.

  
tucumán
  4

San Miguel de Tucumán is the capital of the province of Tucumán, in Argentina. It has a population of approximately 850. 000 inhabitants .

  
fanfarronear
  6

Speak and behave with arrogance and haughtiness throwing bluster.

  
¡hurra!
  6

Hooray! Shout of joy and enthusiasm: The fans shouted three cheers! to your favorite team to celebrate the win.

  
malvenido
  4

Malvened ( da ) . That annoys, bothers or annoys your arrival. I heard this word from the singer Diomedes Díaz in an interview, evidently he used it badly: "The death of a friend of mine is an evil death, and it affects me a lot. . . " Diomedes said at the time.

  
lucas
  4

Lucas, is the name of a duck who acted in a televised cartoon series. Sometimes he was the victim of a rodent's heavy pranks, which caused him to lose his temper.

  
chandé
  6

Chandé is a musical genre native to the Atlantic Coast in Colombia. It is a cheerful rhythm, much listened to and danced mainly in some parties such as the Carnival of Barranquilla.

  
today
  5

Today (pronounced tudey). 1- It is an English word that in Spanish translates : today. 2- It is a brand of condoms (Today Condoms).

  






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