Appleton's New Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary (Successor to Velazquez's Abridged Dictionary); Containing More Than Four Thousand Moder

 
9781130776584: Appleton's New Spanish-English and English-Spanish Dictionary (Successor to Velazquez's Abridged Dictionary); Containing More Than Four Thousand Moder

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...peasant. labradoreBCO, Ca, a. relating to a farmer; rustic. labradorita,/ (min.) labradorite. labrandera, / seamstress, embroiderer. labrante, ?. stonecutter, sculptor. labrantín, petty farmer. labrantío, tía a. arable, tillable. labranza. /. tillage, cultivation, ploughing, farming," husbandry; farm-laud. labrar, ra. to labour, elaborate, work out, fabricate, manufacture, produce; to till, plough, cultivate; to build,erect, construct buildings; to cut, dress, carve stone; to do needle-work, to embroider; to make designs in fabrics, stones, arms, etc.; to form, larva, /. mask; (eut.) larva, grub: larras, hobgoblins; lémures. larvado, da, a. (med.) lar vate, masked. larval, a. pertaining to a larva. las, definite art. J pl. the as las mojare, the women).--pern, pron. f. pi. in the accusative case, them as las tongo, I have them); it is used sometimes in the nominative case, as 1 hay cartas t--las hay, are there any letters?--there are some (las should never be used for the dative cose, which calls for lot). lasaña,/, fritter shaped like a leaf. lasca, /. chip from a stone. lascar, va. (naut.) to ease away, slacken, pay out. lascivamente, adv. lasciviously, lustfully. lascivia,/, lasciviousness, lewdness, lust. lascivo, va, a. lascivious, lewd, lustful, libidinous; merry, sportive. laserpiclo. m. (bot ) laser wort. lasitud,/, lassitude, weariness, faintness. laso, sa, a. weary, tired, exhausted; lax, flaccid. lastar, va. to pay, answer, or suffer for another. lástima,/, sympathy, compassion, pity, condolence, grief; pitiful object; plaint, lamentation, tale of woe: os Ultima, it is a pity. lastimadura,/, sore, hurt lastimar, va. to hurt, injure, damage, wound, offend; to pity, to sympathize.--vr. to grieve,...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 302 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.6in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: . . . peasant. labradoreBCO, Ca, a. relating to a farmer; rustic. labradorita, (min. ) labradorite. labrandera, seamstress, embroiderer. labrante, . stonecutter, sculptor. labrantn, petty farmer. labranto, ta a. arable, tillable. labranza. . tillage, cultivation, ploughing, farming, husbandry; farm-laud. labrar, ra. to labour, elaborate, work out, fabricate, manufacture, produce; to till, plough, cultivate; to build, erect, construct buildings; to cut, dress, carve stone; to do needle-work, to embroider; to make designs in fabrics, stones, arms, etc. ; to form, larva, . mask; (eut. ) larva, grub: larras, hobgoblins; lmures. larvado, da, a. (med. ) lar vate, masked. larval, a. pertaining to a larva. las, definite art. J pl. the as las mojare, the women). --pern, pron. f. pi. in the accusative case, them as las tongo, I have them); it is used sometimes in the nominative case, as 1 hay cartas t--las hay, are there any letters--there are some (las should never be used for the dative cose, which calls for lot). lasaa, , fritter shaped like a leaf. lasca, . chip from a stone. lascar, va. (naut. ) to ease away, slacken, pay out. lascivamente, adv. lasciviously, lustfully. lascivia, , lasciviousness, lewdness, lust. lascivo, va, a. lascivious, lewd, lustful, libidinous; merry, sportive. laserpiclo. m. (bot ) laser wort. lasitud, , lassitude, weariness, faintness. laso, sa, a. weary, tired, exhausted; lax, flaccid. lastar, va. to pay, answer, or suffer for another. lstima, , sympathy, compassion, pity, condolence, grief; pitiful object; plaint, lamentation, tale of woe: os Ultima, it is a pity. lastimadura, , sore, hurt lastimar, va. to hurt, injure, damage, wound, offend; to pity, to sympathize. --vr. to grieve, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781130776584

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