who - İspanyolca İngilizce Sözlük
Geçmiş

who

Play ENESENus
Play ENESENuk
Play ENESENau


Meanings of "who" in Spanish English Dictionary : 16 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
who quien [pron]
General
who cual [pron]
who que [pron]
who quienes [pron]
who el que [pron]
who la persona que [pron]
who ¿quiénes? [interj]
who ¿quién? [interj]
who quién [pron]
who quiénes [pron]
who oms [abrev]
who quien
who oms
Business
who los que
who las que
Law
who organización mundial de la salud (oms)

Meanings of "who" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
a person who obtained a position of privilage by influence acomodado (argentina/uruguay) [m]
criminal who carries a knife navajero [m]
member of the crowd who joins in a bullfight espontáneo [m]
one who owns tenedor [m]
the player who is next to the hooker in a scrum pilar [m]
one who plays tennis tenista [m/f]
(in a subordinate clause as a relative pronoun) who de [prep]
General
a person who sells olives aceitunera [f]
actress who plays the part of old ladies característica [f]
big girl at school who looks after a child cuida [f]
bullfighter who kills the bull with a sword espada [f]
employee who begins with a small or no salary meritoria [f]
fantastic and malevolent being who frightens lone travellers calchona (tradición popular/chile) [f]
feudal right of inheriting from those who died without legitimate issue mañería [f]
fisherwoman who carries fish from the beach to sell it playera [f]
gardener who cultivates the sandy soil close to the shores of andalusia navacera [f]
lawyer who appears for the defence defensa [f]
mason's labourer who mixes the mortar amasadora [f]
moor who lived among christians tagarina [f]
nun who accompanies men through convents guarda [f]
nun who directs the domestic affairs of a convent cilleriza [f]
person who arouses despertadora [f]
person who calls everything a miracle milagrera [f]
person who mans the yola yolera (puerto rico) [f]
person who retires late at night anochecedora [f]
person who sells fodder grass yerbatera (perú/ecuador/chile/méxico/puerto rico) [f]
person who sells meat carnicera [f]
person who snuffs candles despabiladora [f]
person who takes knots from cloth or wool desmotadora [f]
poor person who lives in a house of charity hospiciana [f]
present made to a person who bleeds sangría (usado antiguamente) [f]
sack for those who are executed for crime hopa [f]
slave who has paid his master a sum to obtain freedom coartada [f]
someone who (that which) dyes blue azuladora [f]
someone who accommodates acomodadora [f]
someone who acts by routine rutinaria [f]
someone who afflicts acuitadora [f]
someone who applauds aplaudidora [f]
someone who apprehends aprehensora [f]
someone who authorizes autorizadora [f]
someone who behaves afectadora [f]
someone who bets apostadora [f]
someone who bowls a second time from where the ball stopped the first time birladora [f]
someone who calls llamadora [f]
someone who captivates captadora [f]
someone who claims to have great learning sabihonda [f]
someone who cleans off lice/fleas espulgadora [f]
someone who collates/compares compulsadora [f]
someone who commissions/empowers facultadora [f]
someone who completes the number of players brecha [f]
someone who compliments cumplimentadora [f]
someone who considers consideradora [f]
someone who cooks guisandera [f]
someone who cooks guisadora [f]
someone who countermarks traseñaladora [f]
someone who crops off the ears desorejadora [f]
someone who crumbles desmenuzadora [f]
someone who crushes/flattens aplastadora [f]
someone who dilates/extends dilatadora [f]
someone who dips/ducks zabullidora [f]
someone who dips/ducks zambullidora [f]
someone who dismembers desmembradora [f]
someone who dismounts apeadora [f]
someone who divides/separates apartadora [f]
someone who does jobwork destajera [f]
someone who does not love desamadora [f]
someone who embellishes aliñadora [f]
someone who enriches enriquecedora [f]
someone who entertains guests and strangers hospedadora [f]
someone who erects enhestadora [f]
someone who exaggerates ponderadora [f]
someone who exchanges/permutes trocadora [f]
someone who executes a commission cumplidora [f]
someone who explains the scriptures escrituraria [f]
someone who fasts ayunadora [f]
someone who fattens/pampers engordadora [f]
someone who feels the pulse pulsadora [f]
someone who fees/tips gratificadora [f]
someone who gathers cigar ends colillera [f]
someone who gathers coffee-berries cafetera [f]
someone who gives nicknames apodadora [f]
someone who grants a dispensation dispensadora [f]
someone who grasps/seizes apañadora [f]
someone who guides a batel batelera [f]
someone who harms dañadora [f]
someone who has the care of a cellar bodeguera [f]
someone who hits the nail on the head acertadora [f]
someone who impetrates impetradora [f]
someone who inclines inclinadora [f]
someone who inquiries into others' secrets escudriñadora [f]
someone who inspires courage alentadora [f]
someone who insults abofeteadora [f]
someone who invites invitadora [f]
someone who irrigates/waters regadora [f]
someone who is engaged by the week semanera [f]
someone who is master of his or her actions árbitra [f]
someone who is riotously merry embromadora [f]
someone who keeps a pigeonhole or troll-madam table bolichera [f]
someone who knots/ties añudadora [f]
someone who knows sabedora [f]
someone who lashes himself for mortification azoata (desuso) [f]
someone who lays an embargo embargadora [f]
someone who lays waste taladora [f]
someone who leaves anything in trust depositadora [f]
someone who lets coaches or horses on hire alquiladora [f]
someone who lets pass a winning card amolladora [f]
someone who lies in ambush acechadora [f]
someone who likes perfumes, especially civet algaliera [f]
someone who lines clothes aferradora [f]
someone who links/enchains engarzadora [f]
someone who longs for something apetecedora (poco usado) [f]
someone who loosens, unfastens or unties desatadora [f]
someone who lulls babies to rest arruladora [f]
someone who makes a noise sonadora [f]
someone who makes a proud claim arrogadora [f]
someone who makes able/fit habilitadora [f]
someone who makes an addition adicionadora [f]
someone who makes drunk emborrachadora [f]
someone who makes shrines for relics laminera [f]
someone who makes, mends or sells stockings calcetera [f]
someone who makes/sells bonnets bonetera [f]
someone who measures or takes dues for grinding corn maquilera [f]
someone who ministers ministradora [f]
someone who misapplies property or funds malversadora [f]
someone who mixes, mingles or compounds mezcladora [f]
someone who mixes/sells mead alojera [f]
someone who moderates moderadora [f]
someone who moves furniture trasteadora [f]
someone who notes/marks apuntadora [f]
someone who outrages/insults ultrajadora [f]
someone who passes judgment sentenciadora [f]
someone who persuades catequizadora (desuso) [f]
someone who pierces acribilladora [f]
someone who placates/appeases aplacadora [f]
someone who plaits and sells bass matting empleitera [f]
someone who prays often rezadora [f]
someone who prepares, seasons or dresses victuals aliñadora [f]
someone who prepares/gets ready aparejadora [f]
someone who presses apremiadora [f]
someone who presses apretadora [f]
someone who pretends to cure by charms ensalmadora [f]
someone who pricks/goads aguijoneadora [f]
someone who professes magic mágica [f]
someone who prolongs/delays prolongadora [f]
someone who prostrates himself postradora [f]
someone who purges purgadora [f]
someone who puts on a bridle enfrenadora [f]
someone who puts one thing into another metedora [f]
someone who quenches/extinguishes apagadora [f]
someone who raises difficulties dificultadora [f]
someone who raises/lifts up levantadora [f]
someone who rebounds rebotadora [f]
someone who rets flax/hemp enriadora [f]
someone who revokes revocadora [f]
someone who sees afar off, discerns, conjectures columbradora [f]
someone who sells crabs/crayfish cangrejera [f]
someone who sells/makes blankets mantera [f]
someone who serves one or more fifteen days in prison quincenaria [f]
someone who shortens, abridges abreviadora [f]
someone who sings in tune entonadora [f]
someone who smells oledora [f]
someone who solemnizes solemnizadora [f]
someone who sows discord cizañadora [f]
someone who spreads fanaticism fanatizadora [f]
someone who stocks ponds with fry alevinadora [f]
someone who subtilizes sutilizadora [f]
someone who sucks mamadora [f]
someone who suspects another indiciadora [f]
someone who terrifies espantadora [f]
someone who threatens amenazadora [f]
someone who tosses in a blanket manteadora [f]
someone who trains vine-shoots amugronadora [f]
someone who trims plants atusadora [f]
someone who turns night into day licnobia [f]
someone who understands entendedora [f]
someone who undertakes great deeds emprendedora [f]
someone who unites ayuntadora [f]
someone who urges apremiadora [f]
someone who vomits vomitadora [f]
someone who waters cattle abrevadora [f]
someone who weeps lloradora [f]
someone who works the tacho tachera (américa) [f]
someone who wounds llagadora (desuso) [f]
someone who/that which cauterizes cauterizadora [f]
someone who/that which damascenes damasquinadora [f]
someone who/that which instructs maestra [f]
someone who/that which rubs frotadora [f]
who observes fast-days ayunadora [f]
widow who became a nun confesa [f]
woman who administers clysters clistelera [f]
woman who burls cloth despinzadera (desuso) [f]
woman who burls cloth desmotadera [f]
woman who deals in linen lencera [f]
woman who gathers or sells acorns bellotera [f]
woman who has miscarried malparida [f]
woman who keeps a jeweller's shop joyera [f]
woman who makes albendera [f]
woman who makes up or removes hair from women's faces vellera (poco usado) [f]
woman who sells charcoal carbonera [f]
woman who sells newspapers gacetera [f]
woman who sells shoes zapatera [f]
woman who sells soap jabonera [f]
woman who wears bolsera bolsicona (ecuador) [f]
refuse to see people who call negarse [v]
alluding to a person who affects exaggerated courtesy finolis [adj]
early christian who abjured negado [adj]
person who hires out a ship or animal of burden fletante (américa) [adj]
relating to the person who sets up as a philosopher or savant afilosofado [adj]
someone who administers justice rigidly justiciero [adj]
someone who chooses optante [adj]
someone who encourages hounds or dancers jaleador [adj]
someone who has breakfasted desayunado [adj]
someone who has breakfasted or lunched almorzado [adj]
someone who is of good family or descent linajudo [adj]
someone who learns or is capable of or apt at learning aprendedor [adj]
someone who looks mirante [adj]
someone who mixes mixturero [adj]
someone who respects acatante [adj]
someone who signs another's work firmón [adj]
someone who tastes/looks catante [adj]
student who crams empollón [adj]
who pities apiadador [adj]
a monk who assists a dying person agonizante [m]
a person who sells olives aceitunero [m]
a professional musician who played wind or string instruments ministril [m]
araucanian witch who kidnapped children six months old to change them into monsters imbunche (chile) [m]
beadle who expels dogs from church perrero [m]
better (somesomeone who bets) apostador [m]
boy who carries victuals to reapers or mowers guadapero [m]
boy who leads horses to graze by night yacedor [m]
bull-fighter who challenges and tricks the bull with his cloak capeador [m]
bull-fighter who delivers the coup de grace cachetero [m]
bull-fighter who kills the bull puntillero [m]
bull-fighter who uses the rejón rejoneador [m]
cattle-keeper who owns pasturage posesionero [m]
chorister who sings the passion pasionero [m]
civilian who tends beasts of burden in the army brigadero [m]
clergyman who makes a living from funerals saltatumbas [m]
day-labourer who ploughs with a pair of mules huebrero [m]
employee who begins with a small or no salary meritorio [m]
fault committed against a person who has a claim to service deservicio [m]
fisherman who carries fish from the beach to sell it playero [m]
friar who superintends a farm campero [m]
gamekeeper who destroys alimañero [m]
gardener who cultivates the sandy soil close to the shores of andalusia navacero [m]
gladiator who fought hoodwinked andábata [m]
he who fails in serving another deservidor [m]
he who puts on and takes off the irons of prisoners grillero [m]
husbandman who enjoys the produce of a farm guillote [m]
king at arms, who proclaimed peace and carried the caduceus caduceador [m]
labourer who ties the feet of sheep for shearing them legador [m]
lad who tends the horses atajador (chile) [m]
lifeguard who rides before a royal coach batidor [m]
man who draws the sweep-net jabegote [m]
man who drops as counterweight to raise the curtain in a theatre arroje [m]
man who gathers acorns bellotero [m]
man who sells files/limes limero [m]
man who throws a bull by twisting its tail coleador (venezuela/méxico) [m]
mason's labourer who mixes the mortar amasador [m]
masquerader who dances in processions cagalaolla [m]
medical student who practices before taking his final degree medicinante [m]
minstrel who accompanies himself with a guitar payador (argentina/bolivia/chile/uruguay) [m]
moor who lived among christians tagarino [m]
nobleman who formerly served as midshipman or cadet guzmán [m]
officer in the mint who burnishes coins blanquecedor [m]
officer who escorts court ladies guardadamas [m]
one of the six choirboys who sing and dance in some cathedrals seise [m]
palace servant who emptied slops/bedpans casiller [m]
people ranged in a line who pass materials or loads from hand to hand hormiguillo [m]
person who accompanies another while riding apadrinador (poco usado) [m]
person who affects great intimacy familiarcito [m]
person who arouses despertador [m]
person who calls everything a miracle milagrero [m]
person who domineers enseñoreador (usado antiguamente) [m]
person who dyes things brown embazador [m]
person who hires out a ship or animal of burden fletán (américa) [m]
person who mans the yola yolero (puerto rico) [m]
person who retires late at night anochecedor [m]
person who sells fodder grass yerbatero (perú/ecuador/chile/méxico/puerto rico) [m]
person who sells meat carnicero [m]
person who snuffs candles despabilador [m]
person who supplies the oven with fuel hornijero [m]
person who takes knots from cloth or wool desmotador [m]
person who tends crucibles with silver and gold in the furnace hornacero [m]
player who is to return the ball at the service contrarresto [m]
player who recites the prologue faraute [m]
player who returns the service ball resto [m]
player who stops the ball (in pelota) chazador [m]
player who takes old men's parts barba [m]
poor billiard-player who wins by flukes chiripero [m]
poor person who lives in a house of charity hospiciano [m]
porter who carries burdens galafate [m]
priest who assists sick or dying persons operario [m]
professor who lectures at dawn primario [m]
receipt given to someone who has paid on behalf of another lasto [m]
religious mendicant who begs corn in august agostero [m]
sergeant or corporal who attends to dressing the line guía [m]
servant who waits about person of a man of rank gentilhombre [m]
shepherd, shepherdess who tends lambs borreguero [m]
slave who has paid his master a sum to obtain freedom coartado [m]
small-holder who lives on his plot of ground colono [m]
smith who makes kitchen utensils chispero [m]
soldier who guards/sells booty botinero [m]
someone who (that which) dyes blue azulador [m]
someone who accommodates acomodador [m]
someone who acts by routine rutinario [m]
someone who affects or overdoes witticisms conceptista [m]
someone who afflicts acuitador [m]
someone who anchors surgidor [m]
someone who appears slothful but is nevertheless shrewd zorrocloco [m]
someone who applauds aplaudidor [m]
someone who apprehends aprehensor [m]
someone who asks charity for souls in purgatory animero [m]
someone who asks small loans sablista [m]
someone who assists students in their examinations agonizante [m]
someone who attends matins maitinante [m]
someone who authorizes autorizador [m]
someone who baptizes bautista [m]
someone who beats the tambourine panderetero [m]
someone who behaves afectador [m]
someone who bets apostador [m]
someone who blunts the points or edges of swords embolador [m]
someone who bowls a second time from where the ball stopped the first time birlador [m]
someone who breaks meshes of net or links of a chain desmallador [m]
someone who buds enjeridor [m]
someone who buys or sells dishonestly adrollero [m]
someone who by virtue of a pontifical privilege can dispense ecclesiastical benefices indultarlo [m]
someone who calls llamador [m]
someone who captivates captador [m]
someone who carries a thing from place to place pasador [m]
someone who carries things in baskets capachero [m]
someone who casts lots sorteador [m]
someone who catches with nets redero [m]
someone who claims to have great learning sabihondo [m]
someone who cleans off lice/fleas espulgador [m]
someone who clears away bushes with a cutlass machetero [m]
someone who collates/compares compulsador [m]
someone who commissions/empowers facultador [m]
someone who compliments cumplimentador [m]
someone who considers considerador [m]
someone who cooks guisador [m]
someone who cooks guisandero [m]
someone who countermarks traseñalador [m]
someone who countersigns contrasignatorio [m]
someone who crops off the ears desorejador [m]
someone who crumbles desmenuzador [m]
someone who crushes/flattens aplastador [m]
someone who cuts up carcasses destazador [m]
someone who decks/adorns altars altarero [m]
someone who dilates/extends dilatador [m]
someone who dips/ducks zabullidor [m]
someone who dips/ducks zambullidor [m]
someone who disinters/digs up desenterrador [m]
someone who dismembers desmembrador [m]
someone who dismounts apeador [m]
someone who distributes bulls of crusades bulero [m]
someone who divides/separates despartidor [m]
someone who divides/separates apartador [m]
someone who does jobwork destajero [m]
someone who does not love desamador [m]
someone who embellishes aliñador [m]
someone who encases, engraves or inserts encajador [m]
someone who engages in quixotic deeds quijote (figurado) [m]
someone who enriches enriquecedor [m]
someone who enrols/enlists alistador [m]
someone who entertains guests and strangers hospedador [m]
someone who erects enhestador [m]
someone who exacts money from winning gamblers baratero [m]
someone who exaggerates ponderador [m]
someone who exchanges/permutes trocador [m]
someone who executes a commission cumplidor [m]
someone who expects the millennium milenario [m]
someone who explains the scriptures escriturario [m]
someone who farms an espolio espolista [m]
someone who fasts ayunador [m]
someone who fattens/pampers engordador [m]
someone who feels the pulse pulsador [m]
someone who fees/tips gratificador [m]
someone who fits out whale ships armador [m]
someone who flogs/drubs zurrador [m]
someone who forces the enemy to raise a siege descercador [m]
someone who forms arches arqueador [m]
someone who frequently changes his residence caganidos (rural/poco usado) [m]
someone who frequently sighs suspirador [m]
someone who gathers caninero [m]
someone who gathers cigar ends colillero [m]
someone who gathers coffee-berries cafetero [m]
someone who gives nicknames apodador [m]
someone who goes from door to door praying oracionero [m]
someone who grants a dispensation dispensador [m]
someone who grasps/seizes apañador [m]
someone who guides a batel batelero [m]
someone who guides or pushes a handcart carretillero [m]
someone who handles the gaff in the tunny-fishery cloquero [m]
someone who harms dañador [m]
someone who has taken minor orders capigorrista [m]
someone who has taken minor orders capigorrón [m]
someone who has the care of a cellar bodeguero [m]
someone who hits the nail on the head acertador [m]
someone who impetrates impetrador [m]
someone who inclines inclinador [m]
someone who inquiries into others' secrets escudriñador [m]
someone who inspires courage alentador [m]
someone who insults abofeteador [m]
someone who invites invitador [m]
someone who irrigates/waters regador [m]
someone who is engaged by the week semanero [m]
someone who is master of his or her actions árbitro [m]
someone who is riotously merry embromador [m]
someone who keeps a mistress concubinario [m]
someone who keeps a pigeonhole or troll-madam table bolichero [m]
someone who keeps accounts alistador [m]
someone who knots/ties añudador [m]
someone who knows sabedor [m]
someone who lashes himself for mortification azotado (desuso) [m]
someone who lays an embargo embargador [m]
someone who lays waste talador [m]
someone who leaves anything in trust depositador [m]
someone who lends money or implements to farmers aviador (américa) [m]
someone who lets coaches or horses on hire alquilador [m]
someone who lets out mules by the day huebrero [m]
someone who lets pass a winning card amollador [m]
someone who lies in ambush acechador [m]
someone who likes perfumes, especially civet algaliero [m]
someone who lines clothes aferrador [m]
someone who links/enchains engarzador [m]
someone who lives in concubinage with a married woman comblezo (desuso) [m]
someone who longs for something apetecedor (poco usado) [m]
someone who loosens, unfastens or unties desatador [m]
someone who lulls babies to rest arrullador [m]
someone who makes a noise sonador [m]
someone who makes a proud claim arrogador [m]
someone who makes able/fit habilitador [m]
someone who makes an addition adicionador [m]
someone who makes destrales destralero [m]
someone who makes drunk emborrachador [m]
someone who makes holes for planting ahoyador [m]
someone who makes open-work calador [m]
someone who makes shrines for relics laminero [m]
someone who makes, mends or sells stockings calcetero [m]
someone who makes/deals in pitch peguero [m]
someone who makes/drives a litter literero [m]
someone who makes/sells bonnets bonetero [m]
someone who makes/sells prints estampador [m]
someone who marks boundaries deslindador [m]
someone who matriculates matriculador [m]
someone who measures or takes dues for grinding corn maquilero [m]
someone who ministers ministrador [m]
someone who misapplies property or funds malversador [m]
someone who mixes, mingles or compounds mezclador [m]
someone who mixes/sells mead alojero [m]
someone who moderates moderador [m]
someone who mounts montadero [m]
someone who mounts montador [m]
someone who moves furniture trasteador [m]
someone who notes/marks apuntador [m]
someone who offers himself as a candidate presentero [m]
someone who offers his arm to a lady for support bracero (usado antiguamente) [m]
someone who outrages/insults ultrajador [m]
someone who packs bales enfardador [m]
someone who passes judgment sentenciador [m]
someone who pays an annuity out of his estate censatario [m]
someone who pays/collects a tithe diezmero [m]
someone who persuades catequizador (desuso) [m]
someone who pierces acribillador [m]
someone who placates/appeases aplacador [m]
someone who plaits and sells bass matting empleitero [m]
someone who plays the bagpipes gaitero [m]
someone who prays often rezador [m]
someone who prepares the host hostiero [m]
someone who prepares, seasons or dresses victuals aliñador [m]
someone who prepares/gets ready aparejador [m]
someone who presses apremiador [m]
someone who presses apretador [m]
someone who pretends to cure by charms ensalmador [m]
someone who pricks/goads aguijoneador [m]
someone who professes magic mágico [m]
someone who prolongs/delays prolongador [m]
someone who prostrates himself postrador [m]
someone who punts (at cards) pelete [m]
someone who purges purgador [m]
someone who puts on a bridle enfrenador [m]
someone who puts one thing into another metedor [m]
someone who quenches/extinguishes apagador [m]
someone who racks wine corito [m]
someone who racks wine trasegador [m]
someone who raises difficulties dificultador [m]
someone who raises/lifts up levantador [m]
someone who rebounds rebotador [m]
someone who rents or lets meadows or pastures herbajero [m]
someone who rets flax/hemp enriador [m]
someone who returns rich from america indiano [m]
someone who revokes revocador [m]
someone who sees afar off, discerns, conjectures columbrador [m]
someone who sells crabs/crayfish cangrejero [m]
someone who sells wine in country districts aldrán [m]
someone who sells/makes blankets mantero [m]
someone who serves one or more fifteen days in prison quincenario [m]
someone who sets landmarks amojonador [m]
someone who shortens, abridges abreviador [m]