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f.
  1. theater (comedia) farce
  2. (compa??a) company of comic actors
  3. derogatory (obra mala) bad or crude play
  4. figurative (enga?o) farce, sham


adj. & m. & f.
favorite


m. & f.
theater comic actor, farceur
m.
fake, charlatan
adj.
figurative, colloquial fraud, fake


f.
textiles faille


intr.
Argentina , Central America , Chile to joke or fool around


m.
  1. (m?quina) fax machine
  2. (documento) fax

Idiom:

mandar or enviar por fax
to fax, send by fax


m. & f.
theater writer of farces, farceur


f., pl.
fa?ces
  1. (cara) face
  2. numismatics obverse

Idioms:

a la faz de
in front of
faz a faz
face to face
en faz y en paz
publicly and peacefully
La Sacra or Santa faz
religion the Holy Face


adv.

Idiom:

por fas o por nefas
colloquial rightly or wrongly, by hook or by crook


f.
  1. (virtud) faith
  2. (religi?n) faith, religion
    la fe cat?lica the Catholic faith
  3. (creencia) belief, credence
    esta noticia es digna de fe this news is worthy of credence
  4. (confianza) trust, confidence
    hay que tener fe en el m?dico one must have confidence in one's doctor
  5. (palabra de honor) word of honor
    a fe m?a on my word of honor
  6. (seguridad) assurance, confirmation
  7. (fidelidad) fidelity, faithfulness
  8. (documento) certificate
    fe de bautismo baptismal certificate

Idioms:

a buena fe
undoubtedly, doubtless
a fe or de fe
truly
dar fe a
to confirm, certify
de buena fe
  1. in good faith
  2. from a good source
    lo s? de buena fe I have it from a good source
de mala fe
in bad faith
fe de erratas
printing errata
fe p?blica
legal authority
hacer fe
to be sufficient proof
tener fe en
to believe in, have faith in


f. pl.
fasces


f.
  1. (calidad de feo) ugliness, hideousness
  2. figurative (torpeza) turpitude, foulness


m.
anatomy, bookbinding, botany fascicle


adv.
  1. (con fealdad) in an ugly manner, hideously
  2. figurative (con torpeza) basely, foully


f.
fascination, enchantment




 




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