Appleton's New Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary (Successor to Velazquez's Abridged Dictionary); Containing More Than Four Thousand Modern Words and Twenty Thousand Acceptations, Idioms, and Technical Terms Not in the Latest

Appleton's New Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary (Successor to Velazquez's Abridged Dictionary); Containing More Than Four Thousand Modern Words and Twenty Thousand Acceptations, Idioms, and Technical Terms Not in the Latest

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ... landlord, landlady; (eccl.) guardian saint of a country, town, etc.--m. lord, master, boss; pattern, sample, model; standard, templet, guide; (naut. ) skipper: patron de bote or de lancha, (naut.) cockswain.--/, (naut.) galley which follows immediately that of the commodore. patronado, da, ." (eccl.) having a patron.--m. V. PATRONATO, patronal, (t. patronal, protecting. patronato, patronazgo, m. patronage, guardianship. patronear, ce. to steer a trading vessel. patronimico, ca, . patronymic.--m. (gram.) patronymic, surname. patrono, na, . & f. patron, protector, defender; tutelary; lord of the manor, pa troon, patroness. patrulla, /, patrol; gang, band, squad, patrullar, va. to patrol, to go the rounds. patudo, da, a. (coll.) having large feet or paws, patulea, /. (coll.) soldiery or disorderly folks. patullar, m. to trample, tramp; to hustle. paul, i. fen, moor, marsh, bog. paulatinamente, adv. slowly, by degrees. paulatino, na, a. slow. paulina, /. decree of excommunication, interdict; (coll. ) reproof, chiding; anonymous offensive letter. paulinia, /. (bot.) (S. Am.) sapindaceoui shrub. paulonia, /. (bot.) paulownia. pauperismo, m. pauperism, abject poverty. pauperrimo, ma, a. sup. very poor. pausa, /, pause, stop, intermission; suspense, delay; rest, repose; (mus.) pause, rest, stop: a pausas, at leisure, by pauses. pausadamente, adv. slowly" deliberately. pausado, U.Z., pp. &a. slow, deliberate; calm, quiet, paused.--adv. slowly. pausar, vn. to pause, cease, hesitate. pauta, / paper-ruler (contrivance); ruled paper, guide-lines; standard, rule, guide, pattern, example, model. pautada, / (mus.) ruled staff. pautador, in. paper-ruler (person). pautar, va. to rule lines on paper; to...show more

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  • United States
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  • 1236869893
  • 9781236869890
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