ENG-SPAN COGNATES-2

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administrate.
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administrar.

administration.
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administración.

aggression.
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agresión.

aggressive.
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agresivo.

agitar.

agreeable.
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agradable.

agriculture.
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agricultura.


alarma.

alimentation.
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alimentación.

to allege.
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alegar. afirmar.
allege means. =alegar. to state without definite proof that someone has done something wrong or illegal.

The newspaper alleged that the couple were living apart.
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El periodico alego que la pareja estaban viviendo separados.

alleviate.
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aliviar.

alianza.

allusion.
allusion. means. a statement that refers to something without mentioning it directly.
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alusión. referencia.

The lyrics contain biblical allusions.
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Las letras contienen alusiones biblicas.

alter. (verb).
Alcohol can alter a person's mood.
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alterar.

almanaque.

alteration.
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alteración.

alternate.
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alternar.

ambassador.
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embajador.

ambición.

ambitious.
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ambicioso.

análisis.

analizar.

anécdota.

ángel.

ángulo.

anguish. (noun).
She looked at me with an expression of anguish.
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angustia.

animal.

animar.

anniversary.
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aniversario.

anunciar.



annual.
The annual meeting is in July.
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anual.

to annul.
Their marriage was annulled.
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anular.

anonymous.
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anónimo.

antecedent.
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antecedente.

anterior.
anterior. means, near or toward the front of something (such as the body).
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frontal. (la parte de enfrente).

The anterior part of the brain.
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La parte frontal del cerebro. La parte de enfrente del cerebro.
frontal. (la parte de enfrente).

She has had problems with her anterior teeth since she was a child.
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Ella ha tenido problemas con sus dientes anteriores desde que era una niña.

anticipate.
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anticipar.

apparatus.
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aparato.

aparente.

apparition.
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aparición.

apelar.

aparecer.

to applaud.
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aplaudir.

aplauso.

application.
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aplicación.

approbation.
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aprobación.

approximate.
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aproximar.

approximately.
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aproximadamente.


architect.
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arquitecto.

architecture.
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arquitectura.

to arm.
arm. means, to provide (yourself, a group, a country, etc.) with weapons especially in order to fight a war or battle.
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armar.

aroma.


artículo.

artificial.
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artificial.

to annul. Their marriage was annulled.
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anular. anular.

Their marriage was annulled.
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Su matrimonio fue anulado.

The annual meeting is in July.
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La reunión anual es en julio.

Not on your life!.
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¡Para nada!...

Would you kiss him?'. 'Not on your life!'.
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¿Lo besarias?. ¡Para nada!...

Will you say sorry to her?'. 'Not on your life!'.
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¿te disculparas con ella? '. ¡Para nada!...

Alcohol can alter a person's mood.
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El alcohol puede alterar el estado de ánimo de una persona.

alter. (noun).
Her fiancé left her at the altar.
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altar.

Her fiancé left her at the altar.
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Su prometido la dejó en el altar.

They started a romance that eventually led them to the altar.
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Ellos comenzaron un romance que los llevó finalmente al altar.

led to the altar.
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llevado, GUIADO al altar.

He altered his will to leave everything to his sister.
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Él alteró su testamento para dejar todo a su hermana.

sewing and alteration.
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costura y alteración.

The Villita Arch.
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El Arco de la Villita.

They armed the men for battle.
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Ellos armaron los hombres para la batalla.

She looked at me with an expression of anguish.
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Ella me miró con una expresión de angustia.

The athlete fell to his knees in the anguish of defeat.
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El atleta cayó de rodillas en la angustia de la derrota.

panza, barriga, abdomen, vientre, estómago.

suspirar. suspiro.

SPELL: sigh.
si - gh.
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suspirar. suspiro.

SPELL: to allege.
alle - ge.
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alle - ge. alegar.

SPELL: gorgeous.
gor - ge - ous.
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gor - ge - ous. preciosa, precioso.

SPELL: gorgeous.
gor - ge - ous.
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gor - ge - ous. preciosa, precioso.

People in Sauk Village alleged that the mayor has accepted bribes.
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La gente en Sauk Village alega que el alcalde ha aceptado sobornos.

Donal alleges a conspiracy.
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Donal alega una conspiración.

SPELL: to allege.
alle - ge. People in Sauk Village alleged that the mayor has accepted bribes.
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(alle - ge.) to allege= alegar.
People in Sauk Village alleged that the mayor has accepted bribes.


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