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NOMcommunicationexpressió col·loquiala colloquial expression
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SentitA colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech.
GeneralexpressióThe style of expressing yourself
Úsa tot arreu, tot arreuTo or in any or all places
acabat, caput, perdutDestroyed or killed / killed
accessible, assequiblecapable of being reached / reached or attained
afigurar-se, figurar-se, representar-seunderstand
aigua de focAny strong spirits (such as strong whisky or rum)
aixafaguitarres, esgarriacriessomeone who spoils the pleasure of others
al·lucinat, col·locat, flipatUnder the influence of narcotics
ansióseagerly desirous
arriscat, atzarós, riscóssubject to accident or chance or change
arrogant, presumptuós(British informal) upstart
atordit, atuït, estamorditdazed from or as if from repeated blows
atrevit, estrafolari, excèntric, originalinformal terms
badana, peresósA lazy person
baldat(British informal) exhausted or worn out
becada, becaina, cabotada, capcinada, rebecaSleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)
bestial, brutal, enorme, excel·lent, fantàstic, fenomenal, genial, gran, guai, súperVery good
bocabadat, espaterrat, garratibatWith eyes or mouth open in surprise
boigpossessed by inordinate excitement
borscht circuit(informal) a resort area in the Catskill Mountains of New York that was patronized primarily by Jewish guests
botíValuable goods
bromista, faceciósA witty amusing person who makes jokes
bufó, petitó(British informal) pretty and neat
, correcte, d'acordsatisfactory or in satisfactory condition
bòfia, pasma, policia, poliuncomplimentary terms for a policeman
cagat, covard, gallina, poruceasily frightened
cara, fesomia, fisonomia, rostre, semblantThe human face ('kisser' and 'smiler' and 'mug' are informal terms for 'face' and 'phiz' is British)
carn de canósoldiers who are regarded as expendable in the face of artillery fire
carronya, carrossa, fòssil, ròssasomeone whose style is out of fashion
catxap, conillet(usually informal) especially a young rabbit
caçatalentsA recruiter of personnel (especially for corporations)
certament, de segur, per descomptat, segurament, segur, sens dubtedefinitely or positively ('sure' is sometimes used informally for 'surely')
classeelegance in dress or behavior
collons, coratge, moxie, ous, pebrotsfortitude and determination
colossal, enorme(used informally) very large
complex, traumaAn emotional preoccupation / preoccupation
còmode, confortableProviding or experiencing physical well-being or relief ('comfy' is informal)
de cap maneradefinitely not
decent, visibledecently clothed
desastre, inútilsomeone who is unsuccessful
dolçamentIn an affectionate or loving manner ('sweet' is sometimes a poetic or informal variant of 'sweetly')
dubtós, estrany, rar, sospitósnot as expected
econòmic, frugal, sobriavoiding waste
eixerit, espavilat(British informal) not to be deceived / deceived or hoodwinked
embarbussamentAn incomprehensible talk
empipat, emprenyat, enfadat, mosquejatroused to anger
enlloc, onsevulgaAt or in or to any place
espatllatOut of working order ('busted' is an informal substitute for 'broken')
estúpid, ridícul, tontoHaving or revealing stupidity
evidentment, manifestament, òbviamentunmistakably ('plain' is often used informally for 'plainly')
exacte, precísaccurate and to the point
excel·lent, magníficVery good
excel·lent, gran, magníficOf the highest quality
extremadament, moltTo a great degree or by a great distance
fotutOf very poor quality
fútil, inconsiderable, insignificant, insubstancial, intrascendent, negligible, nimi, petit, trivial(informal) small and of little importance
gamarús, memo, sabata, sòminesA stupid incompetent person
gandul, indolent, mandrósconstitutionally lazy or idle
gransignificant / significant / significant / significant
guapo(informal British) sexually attractive
guillat, sonat, tipus estrany, tocat de l'ala, tocat del boletsomeone deranged and possibly dangerous
homeA male person who plays a significant role (husband or lover or boyfriend) in the life of a particular woman
inabordable, inaccessibleDifficult to reach / reach or attain
intel·lectualHighly cultured or educated
intentA chance to do something
johnny, Johnny'Johnny' was applied as a nickname for Confederate soldiers by the Federal soldiers in the American Civil War
juntmentally and emotionally stable
lentamentWithout speed ('slow' is sometimes used informally for 'slowly')
lleno, ple a vessar, ple de gom a gomFilled to capacity
lletrut, missera, saberut, setciènciessomeone who thinks he knows everything and refuses to accept advice or information from others
llunàticinsane and believed to be affected by the phases of the moon
menut, petitet, xic(used informally) very small
molt sorprèsutterly astounded
màfiaAny tightly knit group of trusted associates / associates
niu de ratesA small dirty uncomfortable room
nolexinformed about the latest trends
ocelletsmall bird
ordre d'arrestA warrant to take someone into custody
paraules encoratjadoresA speech of exhortation attempting to instill enthusiasm and determination in a team or staff
plecrammed with food
probòscide, trompaThe human nose (especially when it is large)
terribleextreme / extreme in degree or extent or amount or impact
xungononstandard
òcul, oculus, òptica, ullThe organ of sight
Anglèscolloquialism
Espanyolcoloquialismo, expresión coloquial, vulgarismo

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