"nick" in Spanish

TRANSLATIONS & EXAMPLES
nick{noun}
mella{f} [med.]
refilón{m} (herida)
chirona{f} [coll.]
nick(also: slammer, cop, fuzz, can)
cana{f} [SAm.] [slg.]
trullo{m} [Spa.] [slg.]
bote{m} [Mex.] [slg.]
gayola{f} [SAm.] [slg.]
porotera{f} [Chile] [slg.]
guandoca{f} [Col.] [slg.]
nick(also: can, slammer)
tambo{m} [coll.] (cárcel)
capacha{f} [Chile] [coll.]
nick(also: cooler)
sombra{f} [coll.] (cárcel)
nick(also: slammer, can)
talego{m} (cárcel)
pispar {vb} [ex.] (robar)
afanarse {vb} [slg.] (robar)
chapar[chapando · chapado] {v.t.} (apresar)
mangar {v.t.} [Spa.] [coll.] (robar)
apañar[apañando · apañado] {v.t.} [Mex.] [coll.] (pescar, pillar)
to nick sth
apañar con algo
emplumar[emplumando · emplumado] {v.t.} [Spa.] [coll.] (delincuente)
ligar[ligando · ligado] {v.t.} [Spa.] [slg.] (apresar)
SYNONYMS
Synonyms (English) for "nick":
CONTEXT EXAMPLES
Context examples for "nick" in Spanish(!) These sentences come from external sources & may not be accurate. Therefore, we are not responsible for their content.
Mr President, the European arrest warrant was saved in the nick of time.
Señor Presidente, la orden de detención europea se ha salvado por los pelos.
Quite frankly that was an open invitation to nick half the stuff in my office.
Diré con toda franqueza que era una clara invitación a« distraer» la mitad de lo que había en mi oficina.
The man who saves turtles - Malaysia Nick saves sea turtles.
El gorila de Grauer, en ocasiones llamado gorila de llanura oriental, es a veces olvidado.
My dear Nick, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you again very sincerely for your splendid work!
Querido Nick, muchas gracias de nuevo desde este lugar por tu extraordinario trabajo.
— it's just a little nick
¿te cortaste? — es solo un rasguño
I personally receive faxes and I have had a number of conversations with the relevant minister, Mr Nick Brown, on these issues.
Personalmente recibo faxes y he mantenido varias conversaciones con el ministro responsable, Sr. Nick Brown, sobre estos temas.
could you take me over to Nick's?
¿podrías llevarme a casa de Nick?
Madam President, Nick Griffin of the British National Party has suggested that my voting is influenced by commercial interests.
Señora Presidenta, Nick Griffin, del Partido Nacional Británico, ha insinuado que en mi votación influyen intereses comerciales.
he says old Nick appears to him
dice que se le aparece el chamuco
NickClegg is saying that it only has to be provisional and I am saying that it must be permanent and firmer than the current regulation.
El Sr. Clegg dice que debe ser tan solo provisional, y yo digo que debe ser permanente y más firme que la normativa actual.
he jumped just in the nick of time
saltó justo a tiempo
posted by Nick Davis
posteado por Nick Davis
Does my friend, Nick Griffin, a true British patriot, take offence at the fact that, for us, Joan of Arc is a national heroine?
¿Se siente mi amigo, Nick Griffin, un auténtico patriota británico, ofendido por el hecho de que, para nosotros, Juana de Arco sea una heroína nacional?
to nick sth from sb
afanarle algo a algn
to nick sth from sb
volarle algo a algn
he's in the nick
está en la jaula
At its new Zerodegrees outlet in Bristol, Nick Desai decided to install a total of sixteen Axis network cameras and four analog cameras.
En el nuevo establecimiento de Zerodegrees en Bristol, Nick Desai decidió instalar un total de dieciséis cámaras de red Axis y cuatro cámaras analógicas.
MRF, an IUCN Member, now serves as a base from which Nick addresses turtle conservation at various levels, and with an ever-growing diversity of people.
The aim being to enhance international cooperation and to advance the quality, innovation and European dimension of protected area management.
to nick sth
apañar con algo
Old Nick
el pingo