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umbrella US English

A device consisting of a circular canopy of cloth on a folding metal frame supported by a central rod, used as protection against rain or sometimes sun

umbrella bird US English

A large tropical American cotinga with black plumage, a radiating crest, and typically long wattles

umbrella fund US English

An offshore investment fund which invests only in other investment funds

umbrella pine US English

another term for stone pine.

umbrella tree US English

Either of two small trees or shrubs with leaves or leaflets arranged in umbrellalike whorls

umbrella plant US English

A tropical Old World sedge that has stiff green stems, each terminating in a whorl of arching green leaflike bracts. It is commonly grown as a houseplant

umbrella stand US English

A stand for holding closed upright umbrellas

nuclear umbrella US English

The supposed protection gained from an alliance with a country possessing nuclear weapons

umbrella US Thesaurus

they huddled under the umbrella

umbrella English-Spanish

paraguas m

beach umbrella English-Spanish

sombrilla f

sun umbrella in sun English-Spanish

sombrilla f, quitasol m

umbrella organization in umbrella English-Spanish

organización que aglutina a varios grupos

a gent's umbrella/watch in gent English-Spanish

un paraguas/reloj de caballero

I think your umbrella's had it in have English-Spanish

me parece que tu paraguas no da para más

she hurried after him with his umbrella in hurry English-Spanish

corrió tras él para devolverle el paraguas

what a good job I brought my umbrella! in job English-Spanish

¡menos mal que traje el paraguas!

where is my umbrella? — there, by the door in there English-Spanish

¿dónde está mi paraguas? — allí

this umbrella's been kicking around for months in kick English-Spanish

hace meses que este paraguas anda (dando vueltas) por aquí

this umbrella's been kicking around for months in kick around English-Spanish

hace meses que este paraguas anda (dando vueltas) por aquí

he poked me in the ribs with his umbrella in poke English-Spanish

me clavó el paraguas en el costado

he came after me with the umbrella I'd left behind in come English-Spanish

vino detrás de mí con el paraguas que había dejado olvidado

he came after me with the umbrella I'd left behind in come after English-Spanish

vino detrás de mí con el paraguas que había dejado olvidado

she took somebody else's umbrella in mistake for her own in mistake English-Spanish

se llevó un paraguas ajeno creyendo que era el suyo

have you got a spare umbrella you could lend me? in spare English-Spanish

¿tienes un paraguas de más que me puedas prestar?

are you going to take your umbrella? — no, I think I'll risk it in risk English-Spanish

¿vas a llevar el paraguas? — no, creo que me voy a arriesgar


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