Tail in spanish

Cola

pronunciation: koʊlɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

tail1 = cola, rabo. 

Example: At first he tried self-treatment by rubbing it with the tail of a cat, but eventually gave in and consulted a local physician.

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» a long tail of = una ristra de.

Example: This kind of distribution is represented by a curve which shows a hugely lopsided frequency for the majority, then a dramatic drop, dribbling off into a long tail of mostly zeros.

» be nose to tail = ir uno tras otro pegados, ir uno tras otro juntos, ir en caravana.

Example: Cars are nose to tail, buyers elbow their way through the crowd, having no idea, that shopping in the unique city of Venice is as chicly as in Milan.

» be on + Posesivo + tail = dar la tabarra, dar la lata, dar la vara.

Example: But, I want to make it clear, I'm not on his tail about a weight problem -- I don't know where that came from but that sure didn't come from me.

» be on + Posesivo + tail = seguir, perseguir, seguir de cerca, perseguir de cerca.

Example: Kat was disturbed with the presence of the stalker who was on her tail for the second time and had stalked her earlier too.

» can't make head(s) (n)or tail(s) of = no tener ni pies ni cabeza, no encontrar ni el pie ni la cabeza, no entender ni una papa de.

Example: I can't make heads or tails of all this monkey business.

» cat o'nine tails = látigo.

Example: Another nautical phrase is 'no room to swing a cat' and refers to the fact that on the cannon decks of most naval ships there was no room to administer punishment by use of the cat o'nine tails.

» chase + Posesivo + tail = intentar morderse la cola.

Example: My pup chases her tail like it's going out of style.

» chase + Posesivo + tail = dar vueltas, perder el tiempo.

Example: I've been chasing my tail all day, but I haven't got anything done! What a waste of a day!.

» come up + tails = salir cruz.

Example: This time, you will receive $4 if it is heads and nothing if it comes up tails.

» float tail = ?.

Example: This distribution is highly positively skewed, with a float tail and a small upturn at the high end.

» from nose to tail = desde la cabeza hasta los pies, de la cabeza a los pies, de pies a cabeza, de arriba abajo, de cabo a rabo, de una punta a la otra.

Example: Mice are fastidious, regularly cleansing their bodies from nose to tail.

» have + Posesivo + tail up = sentirse seguro de Uno mismo.

Example: Having beaten Sligo in midweek, Mick Cooke's men had their tails up and dominated from the start, forcing four corners inside seven minute.

» heads or tails = cara o cruz.

Example: There are only two possible outcomes: heads or tails.

» in two shakes (of a donkey's tail) = en menos que canta un gallo, en un santiamén, en un abrir y cerrar de ojos, en un p(l)is p(l)as, en un periquete, en un instante, en un suspiro, en un dos por tres, en un tris.

Example: This quiche is ready in two shakes of a donkey's tail and literally takes no time at all to put together.

» in two shakes (of a duck's tail) = en menos que canta un gallo, en un santiamén, en un abrir y cerrar de ojos, en un p(l)is p(l)as, en un periquete, en un instante, en un suspiro, en un dos por tres, en un tris.

Example: After shaving the back of my neck, he sloshed a lather on my face and in two shakes of a duck's tail, my chin was as smooth as the bottom of a baby.

» in two shakes (of a lamb's tail) = en menos que canta un gallo, en un santiamén, en un abrir y cerrar de ojos, en un p(l)is p(l)as, en un periquete, en un instante, en un suspiro, en un dos por tres, en un tris.

Example: He said something to them turned around and was gone in two shakes of a lamb's tail.

» keep on + Posesivo + tail = seguir, perseguir, seguir de cerca, perseguir de cerca.

Example: She tried to escape them by dodging into a church but the cops kept on her tail.

» leave with + Posesivo + tail between + Posesivo + legs = salir con el rabo entre las piernas, irse con el rabo entre las piernas.

Example: They came with their heads high, but left with their tails between their legs.

» nose to tail = de pies a cabeza.

Example: And the mantra shared by all in this society is the desire to eat the whole animal, nose to tail.

» pigtails = coleta, cola de caballo.

Example: I like the pigtails, but they draw tremendous attention to her nose job and very oval face.

» ponytail = cola de caballo, coleta.

Example: Ponytails are becoming glam, says the New York Times.

» stay on + Posesivo + tail = seguir, perseguir, seguir de cerca, perseguir de cerca.

Example: She tried to shake the car following her, but they tenaciously stayed on her tail.

» tailback = cola de tráfico, atasco de tráfico, caravana de tráfico.

Example: Tailbacks stretched for more than 20 kilometres on Thursday last week.

» tailbone = rabadilla, curcusilla.

Example: The coccyx is at the end of the spine and corresponds to the tail in animals, so it is often called the tailbone.

» tail fin = aleta caudal.

Example: The fish has no scales or paired fins but has two elongated dorsal fins, the hindmost of which nearly joins on to the small tail fin.

» tail fog lamp = luz antiniebla trasera, piloto antiniebla trasero, faro antiniebla trasero.

Example: The tail fog lamp only switches on if the headlights are on.

» tail fog light = luz antiniebla trasera, piloto antiniebla trasero, faro antiniebla trasero.

Example: I took my car to Germany and to get it on the road, they required a tail fog light!.

» tailgate = puerta del maletero.

Example: There is a possibility that the bolts attaching the tailgate strut mounting bracket to the body may become loose.

» tailgate = conducir demasiado cerca de otro, chupar rueda.

Example: It was hailing cats and dogs the other day, and I was still tailgated by a moron in a large SUV (sport utilitarian vehicle).

» tail light = luz trasera, luz posterior.

Example: Mechanics recommend checking tail lights, batteries, brakes, lug nuts, leaf springs, and tail pipes.

» tailpiece = apéndice, coletilla.

Example: The article 'Taipiece on bibliographies of special material' shows that in studying the structure of bibliographic control it is not difficult to discover strange, and even hilarious, examples of specialist bibliographic sources.

» tail pipe = tubo de escape.

Example: Mechanics recommend checking tail lights, batteries, brakes, lug nuts, leaf springs, and tail pipes.

» tail wagging the dog = empezar la casa por el tejado.

Example: Such an approach is much like the tail wagging the dog.

» tailwind = viento de cola, viento a favor.

Example: It also happens that a crosswind causes a much larger deflection than does a headwind or tailwind of the same speed.

» toss + heads or tails = echar cara o cruz, echárselo a cara o cruz, jugárselo a cara o cruz.

Example: He then decided whether to go to the right or to the left by tossing heads or tails at every street corner.

» wagtail = aguzanieves, lavandera, motacilla.

Example: Wagtail overwinters in areas of Southeast Asia and Indonesia where outbreaks of avian flu have occurred.

» work + Posesivo + tail off = dejarse la piel, sudar la gota gorda, sudar tinta, sudar sangre, deslomarse, dejarse el pellejo, sudar la camisa.

Example: A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills, and uses these skills to accomplish his goals.

tail2 = pie. [Parte inferior de un libro o una página del libro, opuesta a la cabeza]

Example: The top and bottom of the book are known as the head and tail respectively, and the front is the fore-edge (rhymes with porridge); similarly the margins round the type on each page are called the head, tail, outer (at the fore-edge), and inner margins.

tail3 

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» tail off = decrecer, disminuir.

Example: In this unsettled atmosphere, it is not surprising that enthusiasm for membership of the Community should tail off.
Tail synonyms:
dog in spanish: , pronunciation: dɔg part of speech: noun track in spanish: , pronunciation: træk part of speech: noun can in spanish: , pronunciation: kæn part of speech: noun, verb seat in spanish: , pronunciation: sit part of speech: noun ass in spanish: , pronunciation: æs part of speech: noun trail in spanish: , pronunciation: treɪl part of speech: noun tag in spanish: , pronunciation: tæg part of speech: noun chase in spanish: , pronunciation: tʃeɪs part of speech: noun, verb butt in spanish: , pronunciation: bʌt part of speech: noun stern in spanish: , pronunciation: stɜrn part of speech: noun, adjective shadow in spanish: , pronunciation: ʃædoʊ part of speech: noun quarter in spanish: , pronunciation: kwɔrtɜr part of speech: noun bottom in spanish: , pronunciation: bɑtəm part of speech: noun, adjective dock in spanish: , pronunciation: dɑk part of speech: noun behind in spanish: , pronunciation: bɪhaɪnd part of speech: noun, adverb bob in spanish: , pronunciation: bɑb part of speech: noun bum in spanish: , pronunciation: bʌm part of speech: noun, verb poop in spanish: , pronunciation: pup part of speech: noun rear in spanish: , pronunciation: rɪr part of speech: noun posterior in spanish: , pronunciation: pɔstɪrjɜr part of speech: adjective rump in spanish: , pronunciation: rʌmp part of speech: noun backside in spanish: , pronunciation: bæksaɪd part of speech: noun arse in spanish: , pronunciation: ɑrs part of speech: noun prat in spanish: , pronunciation: præt part of speech: noun tush in spanish: , pronunciation: tʊʃ part of speech: noun fanny in spanish: , pronunciation: fæni part of speech: noun fundament in spanish: , pronunciation: fʌndəmənt part of speech: noun buttocks in spanish: , pronunciation: bʌtəks part of speech: noun keister in spanish: , pronunciation: kiɪstɜr part of speech: noun derriere in spanish: , pronunciation: derɪr part of speech: noun buns in spanish: , pronunciation: bʌnz part of speech: noun empennage in spanish: , pronunciation: empənɪdʒ part of speech: noun rear end in spanish: , pronunciation: rɪrend part of speech: noun hindquarters in spanish: , pronunciation: haɪndkwɔrtɜrz part of speech: noun go after in spanish: , pronunciation: goʊæftɜr part of speech: verb tail end in spanish: , pronunciation: teɪlend part of speech: noun tooshie in spanish: , pronunciation: tuʃi part of speech: noun fag end in spanish: , pronunciation: fægend part of speech: noun chase after in spanish: , pronunciation: tʃeɪsæftɜr part of speech: verb hind end in spanish: , pronunciation: haɪndend part of speech: noun after part in spanish: , pronunciation: æftɜrpɑrt part of speech: noun tail assembly in spanish: , pronunciation: teɪləsembli part of speech: noun
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