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sad [sadder, saddest] (feeling sorrow)
adjective
[UK: sæd]
[US: ˈsæd]

tristeadjectiveI was sad. = Estuve triste.

sadden [saddened, saddening, saddens] (make sad or unhappy)
verb
[UK: ˈsæd.n̩]
[US: ˈsæd.n̩]

apenarverb

contristarverb

entristecerverbIt saddens me to hear you say that. = Me entristece oírte decir eso.

saddle [saddled, saddling, saddles] ((transitive) to put a saddle on (an animal))
verb
[UK: ˈsæd.l̩]
[US: ˈsæd.l̩]

ensillarverbSaddle my horse. = Ensilla mi caballo.

saddle [saddles] (immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehicle)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.l̩]
[US: ˈsæd.l̩]

asientonoun
{m}

sillínnoun
{m}

saddle [saddles] (low point, in the shape of a saddle, between two hills)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.l̩]
[US: ˈsæd.l̩]

colladonoun
{m}

saddle [saddles] (part of a guitar which supports the strings)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.l̩]
[US: ˈsæd.l̩]

puentenoun
{m}

saddle [saddles] (seat for a rider placed on the back of a horse or other animal)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.l̩]
[US: ˈsæd.l̩]

sillanoun
{f}
It's lonely in the saddle since the horse died. = Es solitario en la silla desde que el caballo murió.

silla de montarnoun
{f}

saddle blanket (blanket under saddle, see also: saddlecloth)
noun

acolchadonoun
{m}

faldónnoun
{m}

sudaderonoun
{m}

saddle point (geometry)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.l̩ pɔɪnt]
[US: ˈsæd.l̩ ˈpɔɪnt]

punto de sillanoun
{m}

saddlebag [saddlebags] (butt sag)
noun
[UK: ˈsædl.bæɡ]
[US: ˈsæ.dəl.ˌbæɡ]

cartucherasnoun
{f-Pl}

culo caídonoun
{m}

saddlebag [saddlebags] (covered pouch)
noun
[UK: ˈsædl.bæɡ]
[US: ˈsæ.dəl.ˌbæɡ]

alforjanoun
{f}

saddlecloth noun
[UK: ˈsædl.klɒθ]
[US: ˈsædl.ˌklɔːθ]

caparazónnoun
{m}

saddler [saddlers] (someone who makes and repairs saddles)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.lə(r)]
[US: ˈsæ.də.lər]

albardoneronoun
{m}

guarnicioneranoun
{f}

guarnicioneronoun
{m}

silleronoun
{m}

Sadducee [Sadducees] (member of an ancient Jewish sect)
noun

saduceonoun
{m}

sadism (psychology: the enjoyment of inflicting pain or humiliation)
noun
[UK: ˈseɪ.dɪ.zəm]
[US: ˈseɪ.ˌdɪ.zəm]

sadismonoun

sadism (sexual gratification from inflicting pain or humiliation, or watching it inflicted)
noun
[UK: ˈseɪ.dɪ.zəm]
[US: ˈseɪ.ˌdɪ.zəm]

sadomasoquismonoun

sadist [sadists] (one who derives pleasure through cruelty or pain to others)
noun
[UK: ˈseɪ.dɪst]
[US: ˈseɪ.dəst]

sádiconoun
{m}
A sadist likes inflicting pain; a masochist, receiving it. = A un sádico le gusta infligir dolor; a un masoquista, recibirlo.

sadistic (of a person)
adjective
[UK: sə.ˈdɪ.stɪk]
[US: sə.ˈdɪ.stɪk]

sádicoadjectiveJohn was a sadistic father. = John fue un padre con tendencias sádicas.

sadly (in a sad manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈsæd.li]
[US: ˈsæd.li]

con alma en penaadverb

luctuosamenteadverb

tristementeadverbSmiling sadly, she began to talk. = Sonriendo tristemente, comenzó a hablar.

sadness (event causing sadness)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.nəs]
[US: ˈsæd.nəs]

desgracianoun
{f}

infortunionoun
{m}

sadness (state/emotion)
noun
[UK: ˈsæd.nəs]
[US: ˈsæd.nəs]

tristezanoun
{f}
Sadness has replaced joy. = La tristeza sustituyó a la alegría.

sadomasochism (practices of sadism and masochism collectively)
noun
[UK: ˌseɪ.dəʊ.ˈmæ.sək.ɪ.zəm]
[US: ˌseɪdo.ʊ.ˈmæ.sək.ɪ.zəm]

sadomasoquismonoun
{m}

ambassador [ambassadors] (minister)
noun
[UK: æm.ˈbæ.sə.də(r)]
[US: æm.ˈbæ.sə.dər]

embajadornoun
{m}
The ambassador returned. = El embajador regresó.

embajadoranoun
{f}
She's the French ambassador to Portugal. = Ella es la embajadora de Francia en Portugal.

ambassadress [ambassadresses] (female ambassador)
noun
[UK: æm.ˈbæ.sə.drɪs]
[US: æm.ˈbæ.sə.drəs]

embajadoranoun
{f}

ambassadress [ambassadresses] (wife of an ambassador)
noun
[UK: æm.ˈbæ.sə.drɪs]
[US: æm.ˈbæ.sə.drəs]

esposa de un embajadornoun
{f}

Crusade (campaigns by Christian forces to the Holy Land)
noun
[UK: kruː.ˈseɪd]
[US: kruː.ˈseɪd]

cruzadanoun
{f}

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