what type of desk did you want?¿qué tipo or clase de escritorio quería?;what type of person is he?¿qué tipo or clase de persona es?;I'm not the type to get carried awayno soy de la clase or del tipo de personas que se dejan llevar;I know the type of thing you meantengo una idea de a qué te refieres
injuries caused by rubber bullets, tear gas, grenades and this type of thinghe'll be locked up so he can't do this type of thing againhe's a bit tight with money, you know the type of thing I meanhe wasn't the type to commit murderI am a very determined type of personwe have all heard people describe some men as the "strong silent type"this type of crime is becoming increasingly commonshe had the type of boss we all dreadhe's the type of student who is fascinated by anything he doesn't understand/there is a certain type of person who/ will always be attracted to the unusualwhat type did you want?have you done this type of work before?this is the type of accident drivers fear mostthe second type of defenders are lymphocytesthis is a very different type of filmfive different types of lentilwhat type of car is it?there are several types of rosesthis dog is the only one of its type in Britain
nightclubs are not my type of thinglos clubes nocturnos no son lo mío;she's/he's not my typeno es mi tipo;it's my type of filmes una película de las que a mí me gustan
I didn't think he was my type at first
she's the motherly typees una madraza
he's an outdoor typees el tipo or la clase de persona a la que le gusta la vida al aire
a moisturizer suitable for all skin typesuna crema hidratante apropiada para todo tipo de pieles
she was the very type of Spanish beautyera el tipo exacto de la belleza española
the true type of the breedhe's/she's [a] typeHe is a type, but as bad of the type as you can imagine
there was some interesting casting against type in the filmen la película varios actores interpretaban papeles atípicos y el resultado es interesante
she didn't believe men could really become more sensitive - after a while they would become more macho, would revert to type
the government, true to type, tried to make us believe nothing was wrongel gobierno, como es característico en él or como siempre, intentó hacernos creer que no ocurría nada malo
they are often printed in plain type or capitalsHelvetica type, fourteen-pointThe Times was founded to advertise the most revolutionary new printing technology since Gutenberg: whole words preset in type instead of single lettersthe first book ever printed using movable typethe printers kept the type intact for several years afterwardsthe valuable copper type was stolen
in bold typeen negrita
in italic typeen cursiva
underneath, in much smaller type, was an address
a release from the consquences of a sin
an irrigation ditch or gutter
sun-dried bricks made of mud and straw
a Spanish phrase meaning "black water"
a Spanish slang phrase referring to the penis
a small plant with purple flowers, often used as hay for cattle
a male friend
"They approach alive and deceased here we are all together"
a porridge made from cornmeal and milk or water
boldness, often with an arrogant element
"Oh God, another day!"
"Good day to God, to you, and to your family"
a yellowish-green liquid used in the process of digestion
a grove of cottonwood trees
a witch who practices black magic
a bulk or shape
kids, or small goats; used in this case as a term of endearment
a Spanish slang word meaning "bastard" or "cuckold"
a church bell
a form of instruction in Catholic doctrine based on the fundamental principles of Christianity
a Spanish term of endearment meaning "little monkey" or "little child"
a type of red pepper used commonly in Southwestern cooking
a Spanish slang word meaning "sexual intercourse" or "what a nuisance!"
an Indian trader
"What is your name?"
an associate or friend
a conqueror or an adventurer
a scheme or plan
a fenced-in area for horses
hung over from drinking too much alcohol
a story based on folklore
a Spanish word meaning "care" as in "take care!"
a drain that crosses under a road
a female folk healer who uses herbal remedies
a Spanish word meaning "miserable" or "unhappy"
a Spanish word meaning "tooth"
"Where is he?"
a small whirlpool
the Bito Creek
a pastry or turnover filled with ground meat, vegetables, or fruit
"In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit"
a charm or spell
a Spanish word meaning "busybody"
"It is a woman who has not sinned"
"It is true"
"Spirit of my soul"
"She is alone, there are not people in the village of Las Pasturas"
a white woman
"Thanks to God who comes"
Thank you for my life
a Spanish word meaning "enchantress"
a belief that is contrary to accepted religious doctrine
a Spanish word meaning "brother"
a reference to "hijo de la chingada," which means "son of the screwed one"
a Spanish word meaning "son"
a Spanish word meaning "a man"
balls or testicles
a Spanish word meaning "church"
"Jason is not here"
a Spanish slang word meaning "shitty"
a type of thin oil used as fuel for heat or cooking
"the crying woman"; in New Mexican folklore, the ghost of a woman who is weeping for her drowned children
a Spanish word meaning "death"
a Spanish phrase meaning "the sadness of life"
a Spanish slang phrase meaning "the whores"
a long rope with a loop, used for catching horses and cattle
a Spanish word meaning "flame"
an open plain with few trees; common in the Southwestern United States
"He killed him!"
a Spanish phrase meaning "Mother of God"
a Spanish word meaning "cursed"
chamomile, a type of plant with medicinal purposes, often used to make tea
depressed or gloomy
a type of tree or shrub common to New Mexico; characterized by spiny leaves and resistance to drought
a Spanish word meaning "Look!"
a riot or an uproar
the top of the head
boring or tedious
a Spanish word meaning "boy" or "chap"
a Spanish word meaning "a woman"
a Spanish phrase meaning "very tasty"
a prickly pear from a cactus
a series of Catholic prayers that take place over the course of nine days
dark foreshadowing or foreboding
a type of herb used in cooking; also used by Ultima to cure cough and fever
a medicinal plant
divided into parts
"Come in, Grande. Our house is your house"
a punishment undergone to show sorrow for a sin or wrong-doing
a Spanish word meaning "I'm sorry"
"What are you saying?"
a type of pine tree common in the Southwestern United States
"For the blood of Lupito, all must pray that God remove the sorrow and take him to rest"
a thick hominy stew with pork or chicken, chile peppers, and coriander
unstable or insecure
a Spanish slang word meaning "a male prostitute"
"May God bless you"
"What is going on here?
a Spanish phrase meaning "what luck!"
"Who is it?"
a rope, usually made from chile
a living room
a Spanish word meaning "blood"
a small bag
a small object made up of two squares of cloth attached to one another; worn underneath the clothes, the devotional scapular is said to provide spiritual benefit to the wearer
a thin varnish
"I am going to kill you, goat!"
a native of Texas
to be persistent and stubborn
a Spanish word meaning "uncle"
a thin pancake made from cornmeal or wheat flour
dangerous; also untrustworthy
swollen or distended
a Spanish phrase meaning "one moment"
"A woman with a tooth, who calls all the people"
an unsettled nomad who wanders from place to place
a wake for the dead
a Spanish phrase meaning "come here"
a Spanish word meaning "an old woman"
"I am going to throw up!"
post-traumatic stress or trauma related to war
"And the church bells were tolling"
a type of plant with sword-shaped leaves and white flowers; the yucca flower is the state flower of New Mexico