Detailed Translations for squat from English to Spanish


squat [the ~] noun

  1. the squat
    la casa ocupada
  2. the squat (squatted building; squatting house)
  3. the squat (crouch)
  4. the squat (crouch)
    la cuclilla

squat adj

  1. squat (plump; chubby; heavy)
  2. squat (stocky)

Translation Matrix for squat:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
asiento de cuclillas crouch; squat
casa ocupada squat
casa ocupada ilegalmente squat; squatted building; squatting house
cuclilla crouch; squat
lerdo drip; dud; lemon
pesado asshole; bore; creep; duffer; handful; mope; moper; nasty piece of work; nuisance; pain in the ass; pain in the neck; pest; rotter; scoundrel; troublemaker; wet; wet blanket; wretch; wretched fellow
torpe bastard; booby; boor; brute; churl; clodhopper; clumsy fellow; dolt; duffer; hulk; ill-mannered brute; lout; lubber; oaf; prole; slob; swine; unlicked cub; yokel
- knee bend; squatting
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- crouch; hunker; hunker down; scrunch; scrunch up
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- chunky; dumpy; low-set; squatty; stumpy; underslung
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
torpe clumsy; loutish
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
burdo chubby; heavy; plump; squat abusive; banal; below the belt; big-boned; coarse; crass; gross; heavily-built; hefty; nasty; plump; rotten; shabby; stocky; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vulgar
desgarbado chubby; heavy; plump; squat abstemious; awkward; clumsy; doltish; fumbling; gawky; not very good; owlish; poor; rigid; rude; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wooden
lerdo chubby; heavy; plump; squat languid; lazy; listless; plump; slow; sluggish; tardy
pesado chubby; heavy; plump; squat aggravating; annoying; boring; burdensome; complaining; corny; dawdling; deadly dull; drab; dragging; dreadful; dreary; driven; drooping; dull; energetic; exasperating; filling; formidable; heavy; inactive; incriminating; indolent; inert; irritating; lamenting; languid; lazy; limp; lingering; listless; mighty; obese; oppressing; oppressive; passive; plaintive; powerful; rich; shuffling; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; stout; tardy; tiresome; tough; tremendous; tricky; wailing; woeful; wretched
rechoncho squat; stocky chubby; plump; thick-set
torpe chubby; heavy; plump; squat abstemious; ailing; angular; arrogant; awkward; boorish; bungling; clumsy; dense; doltish; dull; fumbling; gawky; ill-bred; impudent; inept; insolent; jittery; jumpy; lanky; loutish; maladroit; nervous; nervy; not very good; obtuse; overbearing; owlish; poor; presumptuous; razor-sharp; rigid; rude; rugged; rustic; shaky; shameless; sharp; sharp-edged; skittish; stiff; stupid; timid; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneasy; uneducated; unhandy; unmannerly; unskilled; untrained; wooden; wretched

Related Words for "squat":

  • squatness, squats, squattest

Synonyms for "squat":

Related Definitions for "squat":

  1. having a low center of gravity; built low to the ground1
  2. short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature1
    • a little church with a squat tower1
  3. the act of assuming or maintaining a crouching position with the knees bent and the buttocks near the heels1
  4. exercising by repeatedly assuming a crouching position with the knees bent; strengthens the leg muscles1
  5. sit on one's heels1
    • In some cultures, the women give birth while squatting1
  6. occupy (a dwelling) illegally1
  7. be close to the earth, or be disproportionately wide1
    • The building squatted low1

Wiktionary Translations for squat:

  1. relatively short or low and thick or broad
  1. position assumed by bending deeply at the knees while resting on one's feet
  2. weightlifting: exercise
  3. building occupied without permission
  1. to bend at the knees
  2. to occupy without permission

Cross Translation:
squat ponerse en cuclillas hocken — (intransitiv) mit stark angewinkelten Knien aufrecht sitzen
squat acuclillar accroupir — Se tenir comme assis sur ses talons.

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