Dash in spanish


pronunciation: gioʊn part of speech: noun, verb
In gestures

dash (-)1 = guión (-). 

Example: Commas are used frequently as facet indicator, and the dash (-) is used to synthesise elements from different main classes.


» a dash of = un poquito de, una pizca de.

Example: In the humanistic perspective, the concern is with potential, unique capabilities, and dignity -- with a dash of joy to add zest.

» cut + a dash = llamar la atención, causar sensación, ser el centro de atención, ser el centro de todas las miradas.

Example: He soon cut a dash with his liberal but pragmatic solutions to problems besetting the building industry in Sydney.



» dash against = estrellarse contra, arremeter contra.

Example: On their way back the driver lost control over the wheel and the car dashed against a milestone and fell into the river.

» dash off = dibujar deprisa, escribir rápidamente.

Example: From the crude-yet-poignant scribblings of those children who witnessed the Rwandan massacres to the sweet psychedelic landscapes dashed off in fits of childhood exuberance.

» dash off = salir disparado, salir volando, salir pitando, irse corriendo, salir corriendo, salir apresuradamente, marcharse de prisa, marcharse apresuradamente, salir echando leches, salir como una flecha, salir echando humo.

Example: One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.

» dash off to = ir corriendo a.

Example: Why are some people always dashing off to meetings, but I only have the sessions and the exhibition to attend?.

» dash + Posesivo + hopes = frustrar las esperanzas, truncar la esperanza, defraudar, decepcionar.

Example: It was hoped that this meeting would bring about reinstatement of the library funds which were so massively cut a year ago; these hopes were soon dashed.

Dash synonyms

style in spanish: estilo, pronunciation: staɪl part of speech: noun shoot in spanish: disparar, pronunciation: ʃut part of speech: verb, noun bolt in spanish: tornillo, pronunciation: boʊlt part of speech: noun flash in spanish: destello, pronunciation: flæʃ part of speech: noun crash in spanish: choque, pronunciation: kræʃ part of speech: noun panache in spanish: estilo, pronunciation: pənɑʃ part of speech: noun elan in spanish: vivacidad, pronunciation: ilən part of speech: noun flair in spanish: instinto, pronunciation: fler part of speech: noun pall in spanish: féretro, pronunciation: pɑl part of speech: noun dart in spanish: dardo, pronunciation: dɑrt part of speech: noun, verb smash in spanish: aplastar, pronunciation: smæʃ part of speech: verb, noun scare in spanish: susto, pronunciation: sker part of speech: verb, noun scud in spanish: carrera, pronunciation: skʌd part of speech: noun daunt in spanish: acobardar, pronunciation: dɔnt part of speech: verb hyphen in spanish: guión, pronunciation: haɪfən part of speech: noun scoot in spanish: largarse, pronunciation: skut part of speech: verb sprint in spanish: sprint, pronunciation: sprɪnt part of speech: noun, verb dah in spanish: dah, pronunciation: part of speech: noun scare off in spanish: espantar, pronunciation: skerɔf part of speech: verb scare away in spanish: espantar, pronunciation: skerəweɪ part of speech: verb frighten away in spanish: asustar, pronunciation: fraɪtənəweɪ part of speech: verb frighten off in spanish: Espantar, pronunciation: fraɪtənɔf part of speech: verb
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