Translation: from english

ˈlæməs

  • 1 lamb

    læm
    1) (a young sheep: The ewe has had three lambs.) cordero
    2) (its flesh eaten as food: a roast leg of lamb.) cordero
    3) (a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.) persona bonachona, pobrecito
    - lambswool
    lamb n
    1. cordero
    2. carne de cordero
    tr[læm]
    1 (animal) cordero,-a
    2 (meat) carne nombre femenino de cordero
    3 familiar (person) cordero,-a
    poor lamb! ¡pobrecito,-a!
    1 parir
    \
    SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
    lamb chop chuleta de cordero
    lamb ['læm] n
    1) : cordero m, borrego m (animal)
    2) : carne f de cordero
    n.
    borrego s.m.
    carne de cordero s.f.
    choto s.m.
    cordero s.m.
    piel de cordero s.f.
    læm
    a) c ( young sheep) cordero m; ( over one year old) borrego m
    b) u ( Culin) cordero m; (before n)

    lamb chopchuleta f de cordero

    c) c (as term of endearment)
    [læm]
    1.
    N (=animal) cordero m ; (older) borrego m ; (=meat) (carne f de) cordero m

    my poor lamb! — ¡pobrecito!

    - go like a lamb to the slaughter
    2.
    3.
    CPD

    lamb chop Nchuleta f de cordero

    * * *
    [læm]
    a) c ( young sheep) cordero m; ( over one year old) borrego m
    b) u ( Culin) cordero m; (before n)

    lamb chopchuleta f de cordero

    c) c (as term of endearment)

    English-spanish dictionary > lamb

  • 2 lamentation

    noun ((an) act of lamenting: the lamentations of the widow.) lamentación
    tr[læmən'teɪʃən]
    1 lamentación nombre femenino
    lamentation [.læmən'teɪʃən] n
    : lamentación f, lamento m
    n.
    jeremiada s.f.
    lamentación s.f.
    lamento s.m.
    'læmən'teɪʃən
    mass noun lamentación f, lamento m
    [ˌlæmǝn'teɪʃǝn]
    N lamentación f
    * * *
    ['læmən'teɪʃən]
    mass noun lamentación f, lamento m

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  • 3 lam

    [læm]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - mm-) colloq. pestare [ person]; colpire (con forza) [ ball]
    * * *
    lam /læm/
    n.
    ( slang USA) fuga; latitanza
    to go on the lam, darsi alla fuga □ to stay on the lam, essere latitante.
    (to) lam /læm/
    v. t. e i.
    1 ( slang; di solito to lam into) attaccare ( anche a parole); battere; percuotere; picchiare
    2 ( slang USA, anche to lam out) scappare, sottrarsi all'arresto; ( anche) scappare di prigione, evadere.
    * * *
    [læm]
    verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. - mm-) colloq. pestare [ person]; colpire (con forza) [ ball]

    English-Italian dictionary > lam

  • 4 lamentation

    [ˌlæmən'teɪʃn]
    nome С (expression of grief) lamentazione f., lamento m.
    * * *
    [læmən-]
    noun ((an) act of lamenting: the lamentations of the widow.) lamento
    * * *
    lamentation /læmənˈteɪʃn/
    n. [cu]
    lamentazione; lamento; querimonia; lagnanza.
    * * *
    [ˌlæmən'teɪʃn]
    nome С (expression of grief) lamentazione f., lamento m.

    English-Italian dictionary > lamentation

  • 5 lamb

    [læm]
    1) (a young sheep: The ewe has had three lambs.) jagnje
    2) (its flesh eaten as food: a roast leg of lamb.) jagnjetina
    3) (a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.) jagnje
    - lambswool
    * * *
    I [læm]
    noun
    jagnje; jagnjetina; ovčica (član verske skupnosti)
    you may as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb — če že grešiš, pojdi do konca (kazen ne bo nič manjša)
    wolf ( —ali fox) in lamb's skin — volk v ovčji koži, hinavec
    like a lamb — ko jagnje, pohleven, krotek
    the Lamb — ( of God) božje jagnje, Kristus
    II [læm]
    intransitive verb
    ojagniti se

    English-Slovenian dictionary > lamb

  • 6 lamentable

    ['læməntəbl]
    aggettivo [state, result] deplorevole, pietoso; [ situation] spiacevole; [ loss] lamentevole, doloroso
    * * *
    lamentable /ˈlæməntəbl/
    a.
    1 lacrimevole; doloroso; da rimpiangere: lamentable fate, lacrimevole sorte; the lamentable loss of a friend, la dolorosa perdita di un amico
    2 deplorevole; deprecabile; mediocre; cattivo; pessimo: a lamentable show, un pessimo spettacolo
    lamentably avv.
    * * *
    ['læməntəbl]
    aggettivo [state, result] deplorevole, pietoso; [ situation] spiacevole; [ loss] lamentevole, doloroso

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  • 7 Lamb

    [læm]
    n. טלה, שה; כבש; בשר כבש; אדם עדין ותמים, "שה תמים"; אדם שקל לרמותו
    v. להמליט טלה, להמליט טלאים
    Lamb 1
    [læm]
    n. השה, הטלה (כינוי לישו הנוצרי. בתוספת the) Lamb 2
    n. למב, שם משפחה; צ'רלס למב (1775-1834), מסאי ומשורר אנגלי שהשתמש בשם העט "אליה", מחבר ספר הילדים " מסיפורי שיקספיר- ספר ראשון" ביחד עם אחותו מרי למב
    * * *
    (eht תפסותב.ירצונה ושיל יוניכ) הלטה,השה
    במל ירמ ותוחא םע דחיב "ןושאר רפס -ריפסקיש ירופיסמ " םידליה רפס רבחמ,"הילא" טעה םשב שמתשהש ילגנא ררושמו יאסמ,(4381-5771) במל סלר'צ ;החפשמ םש,במל

    English-Hebrew dictionary > Lamb

  • 8 lamb

    [læm]
    n. טלה, שה; כבש; בשר כבש; אדם עדין ותמים, "שה תמים"; אדם שקל לרמותו
    v. להמליט טלה, להמליט טלאים
    Lamb 1
    [læm]
    n. השה, הטלה (כינוי לישו הנוצרי. בתוספת the) Lamb 2
    n. למב, שם משפחה; צ'רלס למב (1775-1834), מסאי ומשורר אנגלי שהשתמש בשם העט "אליה", מחבר ספר הילדים " מסיפורי שיקספיר- ספר ראשון" ביחד עם אחותו מרי למב
    * * *
    ותומרל לקש םדא ;"םימת הש",םימתו ןידע םדא ;שבכ רשב ;שבכ ;הש,הלט
    םיאלט טילמהל,הלט טילמהל

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  • 9 Lamb 1

    [læm]
    n. השה, הטלה (כינוי לישו הנוצרי. בתוספת the) Lamb 2
    n. למב, שם משפחה; צ'רלס למב (1775-1834), מסאי ומשורר אנגלי שהשתמש בשם העט "אליה", מחבר ספר הילדים " מסיפורי שיקספיר- ספר ראשון" ביחד עם אחותו מרי למב
    lamb
    [læm]
    n. טלה, שה; כבש; בשר כבש; אדם עדין ותמים, "שה תמים"; אדם שקל לרמותו
    v. להמליט טלה, להמליט טלאים

    English-Hebrew dictionary > Lamb 1

  • 10 lamb

    [læm]
    1) (a young sheep: The ewe has had three lambs.) lam
    2) (its flesh eaten as food: a roast leg of lamb.) lammesteg
    3) (a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.) sødt menneske; sødt barn
    - lambswool
    * * *
    [læm]
    1) (a young sheep: The ewe has had three lambs.) lam
    2) (its flesh eaten as food: a roast leg of lamb.) lammesteg
    3) (a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.) sødt menneske; sødt barn
    - lambswool

    English-Danish dictionary > lamb

  • 11 lamentation

    [læmən-]
    noun ((an) act of lamenting: the lamentations of the widow.) klagesang; jeremiade
    * * *
    [læmən-]
    noun ((an) act of lamenting: the lamentations of the widow.) klagesang; jeremiade

    English-Danish dictionary > lamentation

  • 12 lamb

    [læm]
    1) (a young sheep: The ewe has had three lambs.) cordeiro
    2) (its flesh eaten as food: a roast leg of lamb.) borrego
    3) (a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.) amor
    - lambswool
    * * *
    [læm] n 1 cordeiro. 2 carne de cordeiro. 3 pessoa inocente como um cordeiro, simplório. • vt+vi parir (a ovelha). Lamb of God Cordeiro de Deus: Jesus Cristo. like a lamb a) meigamente. b) timidamente. c) fácil de lograr. The Lamb Jesus Cristo.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > lamb

  • 13 lamentation

    [læmən-]
    noun ((an) act of lamenting: the lamentations of the widow.) lamento
    * * *
    lam.en.ta.tion
    [læmənt'eiʃən] n lamentação, lamento, pranto, queixume.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > lamentation

  • 14 Lammas

    {'læməs}
    n ост. празник на жътвата (1 август)
    at latter LAMMAS на куково лято/конски великден
    * * *
    {'lamъs} n ост. празник на жътвата (1 август); Ћ at latter Lammas н
    * * *
    n 1 август, празник на жетвата;lammas; n ост. празник на жътвата (1 август); Ћ at latter lammas на куково лято/конски великден
    * * *
    1. at latter lammas на куково лято/конски великден 2. n ост. празник на жътвата (1 август)
    * * *
    Lammas[´læməs] n ост. празник на жетвата (1 август); latter \Lammas куково лято, конски Великден.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > Lammas

  • 15 lam

    {læm}
    I. 1. v (-mm-) sl бия, напердашвам (здраво), нападам (и словесно) (into)
    2. офейквам, плюя си на петите
    II. n ам. sl. бягство, офейкване
    to take it on the LAM побягвам, офейквам, духвам
    III. 1. шег., вулг. learn
    2. разг. уча, научавам
    that'll LAM you това ще ти бъде за урок
    * * *
    {la:n} v 1. шег., вулг. learn; 2. разг. уча, научавам; that'll lam(2) lam {lam} v (-mm-) sl. 1. бия, напердашвам (здраво), нападам (и
    * * *
    1. i. v (-mm-) sl бия, напердашвам (здраво), нападам (и словесно) (into) 2. ii. n ам. sl. бягство, офейкване 3. iii. шег., вулг. learn 4. that'll lam you това ще ти бъде за урок 5. to take it on the lam побягвам, офейквам, духвам 6. офейквам, плюя си на петите 7. разг. уча, научавам
    * * *
    lam[læm] I. n sl: on the \lam бежешката; to take it on the \lam духвам, дим да ме няма, побягвам; II. lam v (- mm-) sl бия, набивам, тупам, натупвам, пердаша, напердашвам ( into).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > lam

  • 16 lampoon

    {læm'pu:n}
    I. n памфлет, пасквил
    II. v пиша памфлет/пасквил (против), осмивам
    * * *
    {lam'pu:n} n памфлет, пасквил.(2) {lam'pu:n} v пиша памфлет/пасквил (против), осмивам.
    * * *
    памфлет; пасквил;
    * * *
    1. i. n памфлет, пасквил 2. ii. v пиша памфлет/пасквил (против), осмивам
    * * *
    lampoon[læm´pu:n] I. n памфлет, пасквил; II. v пиша памфлет, пасквил (против).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > lampoon

  • 17 lampooner

    {læm'pu:nə}
    n памфлетист, автор на памфлет/пасквил
    * * *
    {lam'pu:nъ} n памфлетист, автор на памфлет/пасквил.
    * * *
    памфлетист;
    * * *
    n памфлетист, автор на памфлет/пасквил
    * * *
    lampooner[læm´pu:nə] n памфлетист, автор на памфлет, пасквил.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > lampooner

  • 18 lampoonery

    {læm'pu:nəri}
    n сатира, сатиричност
    * * *
    {lam'pu:nъri} n сатира, сатиричност.
    * * *
    сатира; сатиричност;
    * * *
    n сатира, сатиричност
    * * *
    lampoonery[læm´pu:nəri] n сатира, сатиричност.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > lampoonery

  • 19 lampoonist

    {læm'pu:nist}
    вж. lampooner
    * * *
    {lam'pu:nist} lampooner.
    * * *
    вж. lampooner
    * * *
    lampoonist[læm´pu:nist] = lampooner.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > lampoonist

  • 20 Lamb

    [læm]
    1) (a young sheep: The ewe has had three lambs.) jagnje
    2) (its flesh eaten as food: a roast leg of lamb.) jagnjetina
    3) (a lovable or gentle person, usually a child.) jagnje
    - lambswool
    * * *
    [læm]
    proper name
    druž. ime

    English-Slovenian dictionary > Lamb

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