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2015-05-31 09:01:34
spanish english

hard Spanish words
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  1. Liquefacer
    Liquify (liquify someone's face)
  2. Desatornillar
    unscrew (Desi unscrewing torn nail)
  3. Afortunado
  4. atornillar
    screw in (torn nail)
  5. suplicar
    beg, plead
  6. cegar
    to blind (diego went blind smoking cigar)
  7. take shoes off
    descalzar (away from calzado/footware)
  8. acuchillar
    knife, cut open (say cuchi, cuchi then knife)
  9. procesamiento
    criminal prosecution (for processing mints)
  10. furgoneta
    Van (with fur and furry gonads inside)
  11. Serrar
    to saw (saw down sierras)
  12. Coger
    grab, take, seize (the cog)
  13. pelotear
    kick a ball around
  14. disposicion
    arrangement (to dispose of something takes an..)
  15. idear
    think up, design (at ideo they design)
  16. impressionante
    impressive (impressionists were…)
  17. amplitud
    breadth (spanish thinks amplitud is breadth, not hght)
  18. situar
    to place, position (to situate)
  19. Ceno --> Cen(n ya)o
    scowl, frown (it's a "sin yo" to frown)
  20. resumir
    summarize (resume is a summary)
  21. suministrar
    supply (the souix were supplied by minister)
  22. desviar
    divert, deflect (desi sent bullet down vias)
  23. tejido
    tissue [bodily] (tissue made of tea and dough)
  24. trama
    scenario ("see" a "knee" in a "river" from tram)
  25. mala hierba
    weed (bad herb is a…)
  26. Corriente principal
    Mainstream ("principals" have to be mainstream)
  27. Deslumbrar
    amaze, dazzle (Desi's fruit of "loom bra" was amazing)
  28. Realzar [2]
    dignify or enhance, make greater (Real Czar dignified and audience; and used viagra)
  29. aspirar [2]
    1. aspire; 2. inhale; 3. snort drugs (slang)
  30. adjuntar
    1. annex or add; 2. enclose (carta)
  31. Fundir
    melt down (melt down cheese in fondu)
  32. difundir
  33. ahogar [2]
    1. drown; 2. choke (choke on hogie, drown after eating hogie)
  34. ahuyentar
    scare away, chase away
  35. tapar
    cover, stop up, plug up (cover drain with tapa plates)
  36. Batir [2]
    1. Whip, whisk (whip up bat in blender); 2. beat (in battle)
  37. disparate
    baloney, bullshit (shot of tea being stronger than coffee is bullshit)
  38. Partir [2]
    1. part (as in start off); 2. crack, break open (as in part)
  39. escala
    stop over, layover
  40. recostarse
    recline, lean back
  41. bromear
    joke around (joke around with bros)
  42. supuesto
    alleged, reputed (allegedly "soup of pesto" was good)
  43. Sentido [2]
    1. sense; 2. sincere
  44. apuro
    deprivation, hardship (a pure breed dog usually has hardship)
  45. asunto
    thing, thingamajig
  46. disparatado
    absurd, ridiculous, stupid (shot at todd is…)
  47. vendar (not sell, but..)
    bandage ("vin" diesel)
  48. lloriquear
    whimper, whine ("ricky" ricardo whined after crying)
  49. desander
    back over/retrace ("de"ion "sander"s backs up from receiver
  50. resguardar
    safeguard (guard the beef)
  51. donante
    donor (my "auntie" donated a donut)
  52. Corporativo
    corporate (environment @ "tivo" is corporate)
  53. procedimiento
    procedure (procedure to remove mints from stomach)
  54. tratado
    treaty (if tried, then it's a treaty)
  55. piel
    fur (think piel of animals, in addition to skin)
  56. mercancia
    commodity ("cans" are a commodity)
  57. grosero
    rude (gross arrows are rude)
  58. tachar
    cross out (cross out attachment in email)
  59. demandado
    respondent (respondent makes demands of dad)
  60. guisar
    to cook, to stew (stew "geese")
  61. superar
  62. covertizo
    shed, ~garage ("cover" for "tiz"zy cornish)
  63. atrasar
    slow down (trask slowing down to back of peloton)
  64. Podar
    to clip or prune (=!poder; clipping pod of pees)
  65. apestar
    to stink, smell, nauseate (smell of "a pesto" sauce stank, nauseated me)
  66. columpio
    swing (two greek columns supporting playground swing)
  67. regano
    scold (scold children for putting rogaine on face)
  68. rendija
    crack, fissure (randy's hija showing crack)
  69. obrar reciprocamente
  70. escondidos
  71. principio, principal, proposito
    principle, principal, purpose
  72. creenica, conocimiento, crecimiento
    credence, knowledge, growth
  73. escurrir
    to wring (wring a can of "coor"s)
  74. recular
    recoil (recoil from the "cooler")
  75. digno de
    worthy (those with dignity are worthy)
  76. complacido
    flattered/pleased (complacer = to please)
  77. eximir / dispensar
    exempt; dispense (papal dispensation)
  78. desacertado
    unsound (away from certainty)
  79. chichon / topetazo
    speed bumps (made of chi chis; made of "tazo" tea labels)
  80. emprender
    to undertake (undertake activity at the "printer"s
  81. to save
  82. acertar
    to manage; succeed; get right (hit target on "cert"s production)
  83. truco
    trick (getting inside "truck" is serial killers favorite trick)
  84. ocuparse
    to handle / take care of something (taking care of something will occupy you)
  85. rayar
    scratch off / mark off / check off (ray checking off scratch off lottery tickets)
  86. al fondo
    at the end ("al" having "fond"u at the end). Note: a fondo = thoroughly
  87. sobrepasar
    to exceed;
  88. aspaviento
    fuss (they made a fuss about "ass" on "pavement" at walk of stars)
  89. transmitar
    to process (as in, a visa). ("tran"ny processing visa in a "mit")
  90. a proposito
    proposito = purpose, so on purpose
  91. short-term
    corto plazo
  92. shrug
    encogimiento de hombros (encoger = shrivel) shrivel in shoulders
  93. portray
    retratar (to portray is a retry of the real thing)
  94. aide
    ayudante (aide is a helper ant)
  95. educate (culturally)
    culturizar (culturally educate the czar)
  96. swell [2]
    hinchar (thump swelled at la "hinch"); engrosar
  97. scary [3]
    espantoso; de miedo; asustado
  98. whisper [3]
    susurrar; murmurar; bisbisear
  99. raise (raise a sub) [3]
    elevar; levantar; subir
  100. rent out
    alquilar; arrendar ("ar"I rents out his room)
  101. overcome
    superar (overcome something b/c you are "super"man)
  102. strenghen [2]
    reforzar; fortalecer (strenthen defenses of "fort" with "laser")
  103. meter
    metro (like a subway and a measurement)
  104. punishment
    castigo (castigar = to punish)
  105. detailed
    detallado (detallar = to deal)
  106. porch
    porche (porch with porche on it)
  107. taxpayer
  108. nerve
    nervio (the nervio of that person)