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English translation of 'pez'

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pez 1

masculine noun
fish
cogimos tres peces we caught three fish
▪ idiom: estar como el pez en el agua to feel completely at homebe in one’s element
▪ idiom: ser un buen pez (old-fashioned, informal) to be a roguebe a rascal
▪ idiom: quien quiera peces que se moje el culo (informal) if you want something, you have to go and get it
adjective (informal)
▪ idiom: estar pez en algo to know nothing at all about sth
están algo peces en idiomas they’re pretty clueless about languages
Word Frequency

pez 2

feminine noun
(brea) pitchtar

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" Bueno, dicen que Fura es un pez tropical o la forma en que las madres catalanas se dirigen a sus hijos... ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
- Matanzo se movía como pez en el agua entre las terneras y corderos que, a cientos, colgaban como peleles de los ganchos de la aséptica cadena de producción.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Aute incorpora esta imagen a su galería Ad libidum (variante del latín " ab libitum ", " libre albedrío "), aunque añade un pez sobre el reposado muslo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Mejor es estar de pez en la obra de Bretón y Ricardo de la Vega que estar de peón no cualificado en la cola del paro.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Teresa sintió en su brazo el contacto de las manos de mistress Langridge, tan duro y extraño como debe de sentir el pez , lo que es ajeno a su elemento.
Rosa Chacel Teresa
Trata de consolarme y me dice que no me preocupe, que no soy un pez.
Javier Tomeo Zoopatías y zoofilias

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In Common Usage. pez is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'pez' in Other Languages

British English: fish /fɪʃ/ NOUN
A fish is a creature with a tail and fins that lives in water.
  • American English: fish
  • Arabic: سَمَكَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: peixe
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: riba
  • Czech: ryba
  • Danish: fisk
  • Dutch: vis
  • European Spanish: pez
  • Finnish: kala
  • French: poisson
  • German: Fisch
  • Greek: ψάρι
  • Italian: pesce
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 물고기
  • Norwegian: fisk
  • Polish: ryba
  • European Portuguese: peixe
  • Romanian: pește
  • Russian: рыба
  • Latin American Spanish: pez
  • Swedish: fisk
  • Thai: ปลา
  • Turkish: balık
  • Ukrainian: риба
  • Vietnamese: dưới nước

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Translation of pez from the Collins Spanish to English
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