hard_english_600.txt

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500-600 of hard Spanish words
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  1. ´╗┐simplicity [2]
    simplicidad; sencillez
  2. disabled
    discapacitado
  3. end, stub
    cabo (end, stub like cabo is end of baja)
  4. constraint
    restriccion
  5. comb
    peine (combng penne pasta out of hair)
  6. enforcement
    aplicaacion (enforcement of laws is ensuring its application)
  7. cape
    capa (capes worn by Kappa, kappa gammas)
  8. broker
    corredor (broker runs door to door down corredor)
  9. dump [5]
    botar; echar; tirar; decartar; desechar; arojar
  10. pursuit
    busqueda (puruit of "bus" filled with al"queda")
  11. deficit
    deficit
  12. sharply (in words)
    bruscamente
  13. regulatory
    regulador (regulatory body governing regulation of doors)
  14. opponent [2]
    oponente; adversario
  15. to whiten
    blanquecer (whiten sarah)
  16. tent
    tienda (tent with store in it)
  17. vowel
    vocal (vowels are very vocal)
  18. to chat [2]
    platicar (cameron platt chatting in car); charlar
  19. nut (mechanical)
    tuerca (myley cyrus "twerking" while tightening nut)
  20. stubborn [3]
    terco (turks are stubborn); obstinado; testarudo
  21. save (file) [3]
    guardar; archivar; salvar
  22. share [3]
    1) participacion; 2) accion; 3) interes
  23. location [2]
    1) ubicacion (location of "ub"er "ca"r); posicion. Note: ubicar=place, put, find, locate
  24. press
    pulsar (press on skin to get "pulse")
  25. franchise
    franquicia (the "CIA" in "france" is a franchise)
  26. cope
    hacer frente a (to do a front)
  27. any
    cualquier (which ever; Koala care)
  28. preliminary
    preliminar (no Y in preliminary)
  29. to pant
    jadear ("jade" in "ear" makes me pant)
  30. random
    azar (random to have met frank "azar"ia on beach)
  31. drift
    Ir a la deriva (drift down the "da" "river")
  32. serving
    servicio
  33. surrounding [3]
    circundante (circle of ants); alrededor de; ambiente
  34. promising
    prometedor ("pro"mise a "met"er long "door"). Note: prometer=promise)
  35. quit [3]
    1) dejar de (jenny "har" quit opus "dei"); renunciar (job); suspender
  36. gift, talent
    Don ("don" draper had gift with women)
  37. scrub, scour, mop [3]
    1) fregar (terry "gar" scrubbed "fre" bottle); 2) pulir (polish up); 3) brillar (shine)
  38. scope, extent, range, reach [2]
    1) alcance. Note: alcanzar=attain, reach; 2) ambito
  39. heighten
    aumentar
  40. compliance
    1) conformidad (comply so you are in conformity)
  41. attendance
    asistencia
  42. unusual [3]
    1) insolito (unusual to be "solo"); extrano; raro
  43. away
    lejos (go away to "lagos" nigeria)
  44. reach (destination) [3]
    1) llegar (to arrive, to reach); alcanzar; extender
  45. to tackle (problems, people)
    abordar ("a border" agent tackling illegal immigrant)
  46. training [2]
    capacitacion; entrenar
  47. disorder [4]
    1) trastorno (andrew "tras"k "tore" test up to create disorder); desorganizar, desarregular, desordenar)
  48. to ford, wade across
    vadear (darth "vad"ar waded across holding an ear)
  49. decrease, decline [3]
    decrecer (away from growing); declinar; disminuir
  50. arrange, put, place, classify, organize [3]
    1) disponer; 2) colocar; 3) arreglar
  51. inhabit
    habitar (to be in habit of inhabiting, inhabited by habit wearing nuns)
  52. to bake (in oven) [3]
    1) cocer; 2) hornear; 3) hervir
  53. to climb, scramble up a mountain [3]
    1) trepar (scramble up "tree" in "par"k); 2) subir; 3) escalar
  54. to sue
    demandar (to sue is to legally demand something)
  55. prove [3]
    1) demonstrar; 2) probar; 3) comprobar (cross-check, verify)
  56. to be suitable
    convenir (to be suitable for a convent)
  57. stem (botany)
    tallo ("tal"I tying a stem)
  58. breath [2]
    1) aliento (breath in "lint"); respiro
  59. to stretch out [2]
    1) extender; 2) estrechar (to constrict, shake, grip)
  60. to show [3]
    1) manifestar (an opinion); 2) exponer; 3) mostrar
  61. organizational
    organizativo (organizational model is tivo)
  62. reporting
    presentation de informes
  63. aware
    consciente
  64. whoever
    quien
  65. to darken
    oscurecer (to darken "sar"a)
  66. to enrage
    enfurecer (to "infurea"te "sar"a)
  67. the regret [3]
    el pesar (the weight of regret); pena; lamentar
  68. to donate, give away [3]
    1) regalar (give away/donate tax "reg" books); 2) donar; 3) contribuir
  69. stuck
    atorado (stuck with "tor"o and "dough")
  70. rest, other, rest of
    demas
  71. surplus [2]
    1) excedente (is exceed what need, it's surplus); sobrante
  72. slab, wedge, hunk
    trozo (b"ozo" the clown cutting hunks of cheese)
  73. assumption [3]
    1) presuncion ("pray" to "sun" was assumption of aztecs); 2) suposicion; 3) supuesto
  74. to ignore, overlook [2]
    1) ignorar; 2) pasar por alto (if pass by high you might ignore something)
  75. meeting [2]
    1) encuentro; 2) reunion
  76. isolation
    aislamiento
  77. to tilt, lean
    inclinar
  78. to sense [2]
    1) intuir; 2) sentir
  79. certainty
    certeza. Note: "con forteza" means for sure
  80. pray [2]
    1) rezar; 2) orar
  81. give a chance [2]
    1) opportunidad; 2) suerte
  82. belief
    creencia (belief that "cia" is behind everything)
  83. rubber[2]
    1) goma; 2) caucho (gaucho drinking tea on rubber couch)
  84. prime (importance)
    principal (principal deals with the important matters at elementary school)
  85. scared [3]
    1) espantado; 2) asustado; 3) miedo
  86. to smooth
    suavizar (the "czar" smoothed rico suave)
  87. venture (business)
    empresa (an "impress"ive business venture). Note: ventura = luck, fortune
  88. driveway
    entrada de coche (entrance of cars)
  89. width
    ancho (width of an "ancho"vie). Note: amplio = wide
  90. to have left over, be too much
    sobrar (sobre = over, sobrar = to be over). Note: bastar = be sufficiente, be enough)
  91. feeling
    sentimiento (feeling a "cent" and a "mint")
  92. deadline
    fecha tope (date when getting tope)
  93. uncertainty [3]
    1) incertidumbre (the "dumb" always show uncertainty; 2) duda; 3) vacilacion
  94. cross-check, verify [2]
    1) comprobar (verify with proof); 2) revisar
  95. to standout, be very noticeable
    resaltar (when you re-jump you standout)
  96. to end, finish, settle [4]
    1) finalizar (the "final" was the end); 2) finir; 3) terminar; 4) acabar
  97. including
    1) incluso (including inspector "cluso"); 2) incluye
  98. spark
    chispa (sparks from sparkler hitting "chi" chis at the "spa")
  99. to compromise [2]
    1) acomodar; 2) avenirse (taking "aven"ues home was the compromise). Note: prometer = promise
  100. enclose property
    1) cercar (enclose "sar"a in "car"); 2) encerrar. Note: acercar=more near

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