hard_english_700.txt

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  1. untie, loosen
    1) desatar (away from tying); 2) aflojar
  2. update (v) [2]
    1) notificar; 2) informar
  3. comfort (n)
    comodidad (make sure "dad" in comfort). Note: commodity = mercancia. Comodo = spacious
  4. thickness [2]
    1) espesor (is weight is manifested by thickness); Note: grueso = thick
  5. submit
    presentar (when you submit you are giving a present)
  6. waste, squander [2]
    1) derrochar ("derr"eire of "char"o was squandered; 2) malgastar; 3) desperdeciar (desi, pears); 4) botar (boot)
  7. landmark
    mojon
  8. therapist
    1) terapeuta (therapist holding "pewte"r mug). Note: terapista is not a word
  9. reluctant [3]
    1) renuante (reluctant to sell site "renuant"e; 2) reluctante; 3) reacio ("rhea" perlman relactant to be "cio")
  10. to dodge [3]
    1) esquiviar (dodge a "skivvy" dude); 2) evitar; 3) eludir
  11. to regret [2]
    1) lamentar; 2) arrepentir (repent for your regrets)
  12. exchange, barter
    1) permutar ("per" bartering for a "mutt" dog); intercambiar
  13. to time
    cronometrar (time race with a "chrono"s "meter")
  14. the gate [2]
    1) porton (gate had bottle of "port" "on" it); 2) compuerta (also means hatch)
  15. to cover, tuck in
    1) cubrir; 2) arropar (cover in "ropa"; tuck in "ari" with clothes)
  16. uncouple, get off drugs
    desenganchar (away from hook up). Note: enganchar = to hookup, to couple
  17. bullet
    bala (put a bullet through a "balle"r)
  18. ample [3]
    1) amplio; 2) ancho; 3) espacio
  19. to fan (oneself)
    abanicar (fan yourself with ray"ban"s in "car")
  20. spray
    rociar ("rosie" odonnell spraying audience)
  21. ultimately
    al final
  22. regarding
    con respecto a
  23. campaign
    campan(enya)a. Note: compana = bell
  24. consumption
    consumo
  25. adviser [2]
    1) consejero; 2) asesor (and advisor makes an "assess"ment)
  26. to corrupt, morally deprave [2]
    1) corromper (to corrupt someone is to break their core); pervertir
  27. to lead [3]
    1) conducir (to lead by driving them); 2) guiar; 3) dirigir
  28. to agree, reconcile
    1) concordar (to reconcile in a "concorde"): 2) acordar
  29. layer
    capa (laya caps upon caps to form a cake). Note: also cape
  30. truly
    verdaderamente
  31. to select [3]
    1) seleccionar; 2) escoger; 3) eligir
  32. remains [2]
    1) restante; 2) restos (formal ceremony to put remains to rest)
  33. gross (disusting) [6]
    1) craso; 2) grosero; 3) asqueroso; 4) grueso; 5) torpe; 6) bruto
  34. to forge (documents)
    falsificar
  35. to plead, beg, implore
    1) suplicar (beg for "soup" and "lick" bowl in "car"); 2) mendigar; 3) rogar
  36. dock
    Muelle
  37. madden
    enloquecer (to "en Loco" "sar"a)
  38. attach, affix, join [2], enclose
    1) pegar; 2) adjuntar (ad junta attached some guidelines)
  39. disgust
    asco (disgust at someone wearing "asco"t)
  40. similarity [3]
    1) similarity (semejanza); 2) Similar; 3) parecido
  41. assert, affirm
    afirmar (assert is to orally sign). Note: afirmar also means to sign
  42. insight
    penetracion (mental penetration is an insight)
  43. currently [2]
    1) corriente; 2) actualmente (if it is actual then it's current)
  44. one's
    de uno
  45. to annoy, tease, provoke [2]
    1) fastidiar (tease "fast ed"dy); 2) molestar. Note: aburrir = to bore
  46. to step on, enter
    pisar (set foot on leaning tower of Pisa).
  47. widespread
    extendido
  48. to haggle
    regatear (at "regatt"a, the cockswains haggle over starting position)
  49. emerging
    emergentes. Note: surgir=to emerge
  50. bulk
    volumen (bulk food has "volume"s of ra"men")
  51. to move around, to displace
    desplazar (to get a away from "plaza" you need to move around)
  52. testify [2]
    1) declarar; 2) atestiguar (legally testify). Note: testigo = witness
  53. to usually do something, be in habit of
    soler (be in habit of washing "solar" panels). Note: habituar = familiarize
  54. haunted [2]
    1) embrujado; 2) encantado (enchanted)
  55. the policy (rule) [4]
    1) regla; 2) politica; 3) el principio (principle, beginning, origen); 4) norma
  56. funding
    financiamiento (mints in finance world are funding). Fundar = found
  57. to tie [2]
    1) atar; 2) amarrar (tie a rope around "a Mar"i)
  58. obsolete [3]
    1) obsoleto; 2) anticuado; 3) fuera de uso
  59. thicken
    espesar (add weight to thicken)
  60. so, therefore
    asi que (thus that)
  61. bribery
    soborno (bribery to get into the "sorbonne")
  62. yet
    aun (yet aun lee wrote about dudes)
  63. instead
    en lugar (in place (of)…)
  64. otherwise [2]
    1) aparte de eso; 2) do otra manera
  65. quarrelsome, attacking
    1) pendenciero (using "pen"s to attack "dancers" holding "arrows")
  66. endure (pain) [3]
    1) soportar (jock "supporter" allows you to endure more pain); 2) aguantar (h20 boarding); sobrellevar
  67. earnest (behavior)
    serio (in personality)
  68. fancy
    fantasia (fantasia is a movie for fancy kids)
  69. backward, to the back
    para atras
  70. knot
    nudo (knot arounda a nude model). Note: anudar = to tie, to knot
  71. around here
    por aqui (counting crows "pour" around "key")
  72. refuse [2]
    1) rehusar; 2) denegar (the __ refuse work). Note: negar = negate, deny
  73. similarly [2]
    del mismo modo; igualmente
  74. exhaust, drain [2]
    1) agotar (feeding avocado to goats); 2) extenuar ("exten"ding window is exhausting)
  75. manuever
    maniobrar (hand work is a maneuver)
  76. fingerprint
    huella digital (way of digits, is a fingerprint)
  77. restrain, contain, stifle [3]
    1) contener; 2) reprimir (soviet primir); 3) restringir (in strings); 4) refrenar (re break)
  78. climb [2]
    1) escalar; 2) subir. Note: escala = weight or travel stopover
  79. delete (writing) [2]
    1) tachar (de"tach" and delete); 2) suprimir (delete "subprime" mortgages)
  80. preview (movie)
    avance (an advance on a movie is like a preview)
  81. set (time)
    establecer (establish the time)
  82. exhilarating
    estimulante ("stimulant"s can be exhilerating)
  83. elated [2]
    1. Jubiloso (retirees are elated); 2) alborazado ("al" bundy shooting "bear" makes him elated)
  84. to carry, bear [2]
    1) llevar; 2) portar (carry port wine)
  85. excitement [2]
    1) emocion; 2) excitacion (excitement of good vibrations song)
  86. everyday [3]
    1) todo los dias; 2) diurno; 3) diario (write in diary every day)
  87. accommodate, to lodge
    alojar ("jar" of "aloe" in every room in acommodations)
  88. plain, plains [2]
    1) plano; 2) llanura
  89. stretch [2]
    1) extender; 2) estirar (stretch the coffee "stirrer")
  90. wrinkle
    arruga, arrugar ("arrugala" is wrinkled lettuce)
  91. to dress up, disguise
    disfrazar (if you have frizzy hair, your disguise by be away from frizzy)
  92. to send, issue, dispatch [3]
    1) enviar; 2) mandar; 3) expedir (to expedite by sending out on foot)
  93. to object to, get upset, sicken
    disgustar
  94. widely [2]
    1) extensamente; 2) ampliamente
  95. device (mechanical) [2]
    1) dispositivo (device that needs positive side of batter); 2) mecanismo
  96. carried out, performed
    realizar (completed getting "real eye"s procedure)
  97. surprisingly [2]
    1) sorprendente; 2) asombramente (surprisingly, her hat stayed on during the rain of mints)
  98. take down, break down
    abatir (knock something down with "a bat")
  99. moreover [2]
    1) ademas; 2) por otra parte (for another point)
  100. alleged
    presunto (alleged tattoo artist of "suns" on "toes"

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