Silas Marner 7

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Silas Marner 7
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Spanish Vocabulary to study from reading Chapter 7 of Silas Marner in Spanish. Silas Marner was a free downloaded from http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/24823
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  1. condescendiente
    • 1. obliging
    • 1. Complacent, compliant, acquiescent.
  2. jadeo
    1. Pant, panting; palpitation, gasping. (m)
  3. maniatar
    • 1. to tie the hands of
    • 1. To manacle, to handcuff.
  4. insensato, -a
    • adjective1. foolish, senseless masculine or feminine
    • noun2. foolish o senseless person, fool ¡qué has hecho, insensato, -a! -> what have you done, you fool o maniac?
    • . Insensate, stupid, mad, fatuous, out of one’s wits.
  5. sobrepelliz
    1. surplice
  6. cuita
    • 1. trouble, worry
    • 1. (1.) Care, grief, affliction, trouble. (f)2. Ardent desire, craving. (Antique) (f)Contar sus cuitas -> to tell one’s troubles
  7. brote
    1. bud, shoot (de planta); sign, hint (inicio); outbreak (de enfermedad)brotes de soja -> beansprouts
  8. balde
    1. pail, bucket de balde -> free (of charge) estar de balde -> to be hanging around doing nothing (estar sin hacer nada) en balde -> in vain
  9. ofuscación
    • 1. blindness, confusion
    • 1. Obfuscation, dimness of the sight; confused reason. (m)
  10. capcioso, -a
    • 1. disingenuous pregunta capciosa -> trick question
    • 1. Captious, insidious, artful, cunning, faultfinding, wily, deceitful.
  11. tábano
    1. horsefly
  12. sagacidad
    1. astuteness
  13. implacable
    • 1. implacable
    • 1. Implacable, irreconciliable; inexorable.
    • not to be appeased, mollified, or pacified; inexorable: an implacable enemy.

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