Jaw in spanish


pronunciation: mɑndibulɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

jaw = mandíbula, quijada. 

Example: In the first pass the program compares the entry 'JAWS' with 'KIDNAPPED' and no exchange is made as they are in the correct alphabetical order.


» Posesivo + jaw + drop (open/to the floor) = quedarse boquiabierto. [También es normal la combinación Posesivo + jaw + drop + open y Posesivo + jaw + drop + to the floor]

Example: Their jaws dropped, like they had found the secret of success from a guy they respected so much.

» jaw-dropping = fascinante, fascinador, que + Pronombre + dejar + boquiabierto, que + Pronombre + dejar + con la boca abierta.

Example: Cosplayers, when they're serious about their craft, tend to fall somewhere between absolutely jaw-dropping and generally badass.

» jawless = sin mandíbula. 

Example: The lamprey, which evolved some 250 million years ago, belongs to a near-extinct family of jawless fishes.

» lockjaw = tétano(s).

Example: One of the symptoms of lockjaw is a tightening of the jaw muscles.

» lower jaw = maxilar inferior, mandíbula inferior, quijada inferior.

Example: The lower jaw has its own separate bone which is called 'the mandible', which is U-shaped and stretches from one ear, down to the chin area and then back up.

» rescue + Nombre + from the jaws of = rescatar Algo/Alguien de las garras de.

Example: Everywhere he has gone he has undertaken ambitious reorganizations, and has rescued many a company from the jaws of disaster = En todos los lugares en los que ha estado ha emprendido reestructuraciones ambiciosas, y ha rescatado a más de una compañía de las garras del desastre.

» set + Posesivo + jaws = apretar las mandíbulas, hacer de tripas corazón.

Example: The odds were against her, but she set her jaw tight and looks down the road that winds through the hills, past the houses and the gas station, past it all and to what lay just past the horizon.

» upper jaw = maxilar superior, mandíbula superior, quijada superior.

Example: In most vertebrates, the jaws are bony or cartilaginous and oppose vertically, comprising an upper jaw and a lower jaw.

» victory from the jaws of defeat = ganar cuando todo parece estar perdido.

Example: The article is entitled 'Victory from the jaws of defeat: a tribute to the Newark Public Library'.

Jaw synonyms

check in spanish: comprobar, pronunciation: tʃek part of speech: verb, noun rebuke in spanish: reprensión, pronunciation: ribjuk part of speech: noun, verb chat in spanish: charla, pronunciation: tʃæt part of speech: noun, verb reprimand in spanish: reprimenda, pronunciation: reprəmænd part of speech: noun, verb chide in spanish: reprendo, pronunciation: tʃaɪd part of speech: verb gossip in spanish: chisme, pronunciation: gɑsəp part of speech: noun rag in spanish: trapo, pronunciation: ræg part of speech: noun scold in spanish: regaño, pronunciation: skoʊld part of speech: verb berate in spanish: regañarse, pronunciation: bɪreɪt part of speech: verb visit in spanish: visitar, pronunciation: vɪzət part of speech: noun, verb lecture in spanish: conferencia, pronunciation: lektʃɜr part of speech: noun chatter in spanish: charla, pronunciation: tʃætɜr part of speech: noun chew in spanish: masticar, pronunciation: tʃu part of speech: verb, noun lambast in spanish: lambast, pronunciation: læmbæst part of speech: verb confab in spanish: confab, pronunciation: kɑnfæb part of speech: noun remonstrate in spanish: protestar, pronunciation: rimɑnstreɪt part of speech: verb confabulate in spanish: conferenciar, pronunciation: kənfæbjəleɪt part of speech: verb lambaste in spanish: criticar severamente, pronunciation: læmbæst part of speech: verb natter in spanish: charla, pronunciation: nætɜr part of speech: verb reproof in spanish: reprensión, pronunciation: rɪpruf part of speech: noun masticate in spanish: masticar, pronunciation: mæstəkeɪt part of speech: verb chitchat in spanish: charla, pronunciation: tʃɪttʃæt part of speech: noun yack in spanish: asalto, pronunciation: jæk part of speech: noun jaws in spanish: mandíbulas, pronunciation: dʒɔz part of speech: noun chaffer in spanish: chaffer, pronunciation: tʃæfɜr part of speech: verb claver in spanish: claver, pronunciation: kleɪvɜr part of speech: verb dress down in spanish: reprender, pronunciation: dresdaʊn part of speech: verb manducate in spanish: manducar, pronunciation: mændʒukeɪt part of speech: verb chew out in spanish: masticar, pronunciation: tʃuaʊt part of speech: verb bawl out in spanish: gritar a cabo, pronunciation: bɔlaʊt part of speech: verb chew up in spanish: masticar, pronunciation: tʃuʌp part of speech: verb have words in spanish: tener palabras, pronunciation: hævwɜrdz part of speech: verb rattle on in spanish: seguir parloteando, pronunciation: rætəlɑn part of speech: verb yap away in spanish: alejarse, pronunciation: jæpəweɪ part of speech: verb yack away in spanish: alejarse, pronunciation: jækəweɪ part of speech: verb
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