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topic n /ˈtɒpɪk/

The topic of conversation bored him.

tema



The book frequently strayed from its main topic.

tema

total n /ˈtəʊtl/

The total comes to fifty-four dollars.

total

total adj

I'm not sure I can pay the total amount.

total

total vtr

If you total all the amounts, it comes to a lot of money.

totalizar, sacar el total

totally adv /ˈtəʊtəlɪ/



totalmente, completamente

touch vtr /tʌtʃ/

He touched her shoulder.

tocar, rozar



She touched the blouse to feel its fabric.

tocar, acariciar



She was touched by the woman's life story.

conmover

touch n

His touch comforted him.

toque, contacto



The designer from Milan added an Italian touch to the room.

toque



He has a good touch with the football.

toque

tough adj /tʌf/

The steak was too tough.

duro, correoso



The worker likes wearing jeans because they are so tough.

grueso, resistente



The football player was so tough that he played with a fractured rib.

resistente



The tough winters make Maine a difficult place to live.

arduo, riguroso



I had such a tough time in college.

duro, difícil

tour vtr /ˈtʊəʳ/

We toured Italy last summer.

hacer un tour, visitar, pasear

tour n

The two-week tour had a guide and a bus.

tour



We went on a tour of Europe last summer.

tour, recorrido



Let me give you the tour of our house.

recorrido, visita

tourist n /ˈtʊərɪst/



turista

tourist adj



turístico, de turismo

towards prep /təˈwɔːdz/



tocante a, con relación a, con respecto a, referente a





para

towel n /ˈtaʊəl/



toalla

tower n /ˈtaʊəʳ/

They erected a mobile phone tower next to the local school.

torre



They are building a new office tower downtown.

torre



This tower is where the king imprisoned his enemies.

torre

town n /taʊn/

I grew up in a town of about 10,000 people.

pueblo, ciudad



Are you going into town today?

centro

toy n /tɔɪ/



juguete

toy with, toy with [sth] vi



jugar, darle vueltas

trace vtr /treɪs/



calcar





trazar, delinear





rastrear, seguir, seguir la pista, perseguir

trace n



rastro, pista, huella, marca





rastro, vestigio, indicio, señal

track n /træk/

Are you going to the track on Saturday to see the race?

hipódromo



The train tracks pass close to their house.

vía



He is on the accelerated learning track at his school.

ritmo, grupo

track [sth] or [sb] vtr

The teacher tracked the student's progress.

monitorizar, seguir, monitorear

trade n /treɪd/

International trade has been increasing over the last few years.

comercio

trade vtr

He traded his bar of chocolate for her biscuit.

cambiar, intercambiar

trade adj

The trade magazine was read by everybody in the industry.

especializado

trading n /ˈtreɪdɪŋ/



comercio, negocio, actividad comercial, trato

tradition n /trəˈdɪʃən/

The tradition here is for wives to join their husband's families.

tradición



In our family the tradition is to open gifts on Christmas Eve.

tradición, costumbre





convención

traditional adj /trəˈdɪʃənl/

She wore a St. Brigid's cross, a traditional Irish symbol.

tradicional



It's traditional to thank the host on such occasions.

costumbre

traditionally adv /trəˈdɪʃnəlɪ/

She served the meal traditionally, with all dishes on the table at once.

tradicionalmente



Traditionally the president and his family walk in the parade.

tradicionalmente

traffic n /ˈtræfɪk/



tráfico, circulación





tráfico, mercado negro

traffic vtr



traficar

train n /treɪn/

There are trains leaving for Paris every hour.

tren

train vi

The team trained daily at the beginning of the season.

entrenar



They trained to be mechanics. No, I can't do it yet, I am still training.

formarse, entrenarse, prepararse

training n /ˈtreɪnɪŋ/

He went to training every day to regain use of his hand.

rehabilitación



The training taught him to repair a TV.

entrenamiento



I won't be at my desk this week. I will be in training.

capacitación, formación, cursillo

training v pres p

He is training to be a mechanic.

capacitarse

transfer [sb] or [sth] vtr /ˈtrænsfəʳ/

The manager transferred the box of shoes to the other warehouse.

trasladar

transfer [sb] vtr

Hold on the phone while I transfer you to our customer service department.

transferir, pasar con

transfer vtr

He transferred trains in Madrid on his way to Barcelona.

hacer conexiones, hacer trasbordo

transfer n

When leaving the metro, you'll need a transfer to use the bus.

conexión, billete de correspondencia

transform [sth], transform [sth] into [sth], transform [sb], transform [sb] into [sth] vtr [trænsˈfɔːm]

Your new furniture really transforms the living room.

transformar



Various enzymes transform milk into cheese.

transformar, convertir

transform vi



transformarse, convertirse

translate vtr /trænzˈleɪt/

She translates legal documents into Portuguese.

traducir

translation n /trænzˈleɪʃən/

He's just written a new translation of The Odyssey.

traducción, versión traducida, versión



The translation took over a week to complete.

traducción

transparent adj [trænsˈpærənt]

These scanning machines make your clothing transparent.

transparente



It's important that our motives be transparent to the voters.

transparente, claro, evidente



Employees criticized managers for not being more transparent.

transparente

transport n /ˈtrænspɔːt/



transporte, transportación





transporte, medio de transporte





transporte

transport [sth] vtr



transportar, acarrear, trasladar, llevar

trap [sth], trap [sb] vtr /træp/

He was trapped beneath a wall that had collapsed.

atrapar⇒

 

I was trapped talking to him for two hours.

enganchar (a alguien)

trap n

The fox's leg was caught in a trap.

trampa



The politician tried to set a trap for his opponent by talking about the war.

trampa

travel vi /ˈtrævl/

I love to travel.

viajar



The trucks travelled along the road.

viajar

traveler, UK: traveller n /ˈtrævləʳ/



viajero

 



viajante

traveler n



nómada

treat vtr /triːt/

He treats her badly.

tratar



She treated the situation as if nothing had happened.

tratar, comportarse



She treated her friend to lunch.

invitar



The doctor treated the patient.

tratar

treat n

I have a treat for her. I made her a card and will surprise her tomorrow.

algo, sorpresa

treatment n /ˈtriːtmənt/

He went into hospital for treatment.

tratamiento



No one can expect to receive special treatment.

tratamiento

tree n /triː/

There are three trees in our back yard.

árbol



She showed the family tree that she had researched to the family.

árbol, árbol (genealógico)

trend n /trend/

There is a trend towards better management here.

tendencia



His sister was always up with the latest trends.

tendencia, moda

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