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la adulación
excessive admiration; flattery
el amado, la amada
darling; beloved
casarse con
to marry
los celos
jealousy; envy; distrust
celoso, -a
jealous
compartir
to share; to participate with someone
la complicidad
manifestation of solidarity or complicity; to be wrongly involved with someone
el desamor
coldness; cold-heartedness; lost love
desengañarse
become disillusioned with
el desinterés
disinterestedness
enamorarse de
to fall for (someone or something); to fall in love with
la fidelidad
fidelity; loyalty
la franqueza
frankness; openness
los lazos
bonds; connections (literally: lariat/lasso)
querer
to love
la sinceridad
frankness; truthfulness; to express freely one’s falseness
desvincular
to separate; to disconnect
el mal de amores
the pains and anguish of being in love
ser fiel (ser infiel)
to maintain fidelity in a partner; to not have other sexual relations
casamiento civil o unión civil
act or ritual celebration to give respect to a marriage
ceremonia (civil o religiosa)
act or ritual celebration to give respect to a marriage
comprometerse
to contract a promise of marriage
juez
judge
registro civil
office that registers marriages, births, deaths, etc…
la confidencia
to have confidence; to share a secret with another
el desengaño
disillusion; disappointment
la desilusión
disillusion; disappointment from learning that one is not who he was thought to be
enamorar
to seduce; to do things to obtain someone’s love
estar enamorado
to feel love for someone
el flechazo
love that is felt or is inspired all at once
la ilusión
a hope whose realization is very attractive
el pretendiente
suitor
semejantes
similarities; likenesses
vincular
to connect; to unite
dejar de
to stop doing something
mejor amigo, -a
best friend
alianza o anillo
wedding ring; a ring on one’s finger
casamiento religioso o por la iglesia
act or ritual celebration to give respect to a marriage
compromiso
commitment; promise of marriage
esposo y esposa o marido y mujer
spouse
luna de miel
honeymoon
testigos
a witness
bordado, -ora
embroidery; embroider
desmayo
fait; lose consciousness
doncella
woman that does not date men
emociones
intense change of mood; may be accompanied with physical commotion
esquela
brief letter; note
pliegos
leaves of paper
postración
distressed or exhausted
requiebro
cat-call, flattery
sentimientos
sentiments; feelings
tumulto
confusion; turmoil
turbación
confusion; bewilderment
escuálido
small, weak, lean; squalid
sigilosa
discreet, secretive, stealthy
arrebatar
snatch; to take brusquely or with force
conquistar
to seduce, to attain the loving attention of another
entregar
to give to someone; to deliver
entremece, entremecerse
to tremble; to shake
fingir
to pretend
suplicar
to beg; to ask a favor
prometer
to make a promise
volver
to return, to give back
controversia
controversy
enana
dwarf; midget
viuda
widow; mourning bride
difunto
diseased; dead person
sabiduría
wisdom; knowledge
resignación
resignation
huir
to flee; run away
vivaz
vivacious; lively
saludable
healthful; wholesome
desdicha
calamity; misery
elegido
chosen; elect
castigar
to punish
ocio
idleness; leisure
poner a prueba
to put to test
quitarse de la cabeza algo o a alguien
to get off one's chest or mind
una broma de mal gusto
a bad joke
me complace escuchar eso
to humor someone
el/la albañil
bricklayer; stonemason
cobrar
to charge money; to collect money
consolar
to console; comfort
la creencia
firm belief in someone
el/la creyente
believer (i.e., of religious faith)
desperdiciar
to waste time; to lose one's advantage
epleada/o doméstica/o
housemaid
la lágrima
tear
el llanto
crying; weeping
proisorio/a
temporary
el puñetazo
to punch (with one's fist)
rezar
to pray
A mí me da pena
One gives me pain; causes sadness
¡Qué mujer repelente!
What a repugnant woman!
¡Siempre encima mío!
Always watching me!; always close