- 1 [Agriculture/Agricultura] [Botany/Botánica] [Cookery/Cocina] fruto (masculine) seco (nuez, almendra, avellana etc) a hard o tough nut (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] un tipo duro [colloquial/familiar] a hard o tough nut to crack un hueso duro de roer, un problema difícil de resolver (before noun/delante del nombre) [cutlet/loaf] de frutos secos nut roastplato vegetariano hecho al horno que consiste en verduras con frutos secos y hierbasMore example sentences
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- Rural people are allowed to collect medicinal herbs, mushroom and fungi, edible vegetables, wild nuts, and fruits from forests.
- The nut's hard ash-coloured shell contains toxic substances similar to what is found in poison ivy and poison oak.
- The fruit of this tree is a nut and is edible if roasted.
- We would not be restricted to salad vegetables, fruits and nuts, milk, raw fish, and steak tartare.
- The nuts, olives and breadsticks are a nice touch.
- Steer clear of digestion-challenging fatty foods, including butter, cream, olive oil, crisps and nuts.
- 2 [Technology/Tecnología] tuerca (feminine) nuts and bolts tuercas y tornillos the nuts and bolts (of sth) the nuts and bolts of accounting las bases or los elementos básicos de contabilidadMore example sentences
- It is a question that applies also to threads in metal, such as bolts and nuts and screw fasteners.
- They ranged from the production of brass and other non-ferrous metals to screws, nuts, bolts, chains and anchors, pins, and jewellery.
- The deck is fiberglass composite with balsa wood core and is securely fastened with nuts, bolts, and washers to the inward hull flange.
- 3 [colloquial/familiar] 3.1 (crazy person) chiflado, (masculine, feminine) [colloquial/familiar] 3.2 (fanatic) a baseball/an opera nut un fanático or (Spain/España) [colloquial/familiar] un forofo del béisbol/de la ópera a punctuality nut un fanático or un maniático de la puntualidadMore example sentences
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- I got up this morning and was moving around like a crazy nut.
- He's such a crazy nut, he would've done the naked pics for each team had he been there.
- Then more whacko tourists would inundate their pristine land of home-grown nuts and fruitcakes.
- Well I don't know about that but if some religious nut, er, enthusiast wants me to be happy well, it's better than penile enhancement promos.
- Not every person who is pro-war or anti-gun control is a pro-life, anti-gay religious nut.
- As a professional nude nut however, Tim was faced with a dilemma.
- 4 (head) (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], coco (masculine) [colloquial/familiar], mate (masculine) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) [colloquial/familiar] off one's nut (crazy, reckless) mal del coco [colloquial/familiar], chiflado [colloquial/familiar] (angry) she went off her nut when I told her se puso como un basilisco or se puso histérica cuando se lo dije [colloquial/familiar] to do one's nut (British English/inglés británico) salirse* de sus ( or mis etc) casillas
- 5(nuts plural)(testicles) [vulgar] huevos (masculine plural) [vulgar], cojones (masculine plural) [vulgar], pelotas (feminine plural) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) [vulgar], tanates (masculine plural) (Mexico/México) [vulgar]
- 6 (overhead) (American English/inglés norteamericano) [slang/argot], gastos (masculine plural) generales
The Senado is the name of the upper chamber of the Spanish Cortes Generales, and the place where it meets. There are 250 senators, most of whom are elected every four years, at general elections, four from each province. A small number of senators are also elected by the autonomous governments.
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- One of them grabbed my hand, so I pulled it away and he pushed me against a wall, and then he nutted me and I fell to the floor.
- I could nut him and put him down, or keep negotiating and calming him.
- I went up for the ball and got there first but one of their lads just nutted me in the wrong place.