bote


bote
m.
1 jar.
bote de la basura rubbish bin (AmBr), garbage can, trash can (United States)
bote de humo smoke canister
2 boat.
bote de remos rowing boat
bote salvavidas lifeboat
3 jump.
dar botes to jump up and down; (saltar) to bump up and down; (tren, coche)
pegar un bote to jump, to give a start (de susto)
4 bounce.
dar un bote, dar botes to bounce
5 tips.
el cambio, para el bote keep the change
6 rollover jackpot.
7 nick (British), joint (United States) (informal) (jail). (Mexican Spanish, Venezuelan Spanish)
8 canister, can.
9 jail, prison, jailhouse, hock.
10 butt, buttocks, rear end.
pres.subj.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: botar.
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bote
FRASEOLOGÍA
de bote en bote jam-packed
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bote
nombre masculino
1 MARÍTIMO small boat
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FRASEOLOGÍA
bote salvavidas lifeboat
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bote
nombre masculino
1 (lata) tin, can
2 (tarro) jar
3 (para propinas) jar for tips, box for tips
4 (fondo) kitty
5 (premio) jackpot
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FRASEOLOGÍA
tener a alguien en el bote to have somebody eating out of one's hand
bote de humo smoke canister
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bote
nombre masculino
1 (salto) bounce
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FRASEOLOGÍA
a bote pronto off the top of one's head
dar botes (persona) to jump up and down 2 (pelota) to bounce
dar botes de alegría to jump for joy
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noun m.
1) bounce
2) can, tin, jar, container
3) boat
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I
SM
1) [de pelota] bounce

dar un bote — to bounce

2) Esp (=salto) [de persona, caballo] jump

se levantó de un bote — he jumped up, he leapt to his feet

dar o pegar un bote — [persona] to jump; [coche] to bump, jolt

- dar el bote a algn
3) (=arremetida) [con un arma] thrust; [con el cuerpo] lunge
II
SM
1) (=recipiente) [de vidrio] jar; [de plástico] container; [de metal] [para conservas, pintura] can, tin; [para bebidas] can

un bote de colonia — a bottle of cologne

de bote — canned, tinned

esta sopa es de bote — this is canned o tinned soup

es rubia de bote — * she's a fake blonde

- estar de bote en bote
- tener a algn metido en el bote

bote de basura — Méx dustbin, trash can (EEUU)

bote de cerveza — Esp [lleno] can of beer; [vacío] beer can

bote de cuestación — collecting tin

bote de humo — smoke canister

2) [como propina]

hoy hemos sacado un bote de 40 euros — we got 40 euros in tips today

un euro para el bote — a euro for the tips box

bote — tips

3) (=fondo común) kitty

poner un bote — to have a kitty

pusimos un bote de diez libras cada uno — we each put ten pounds into the kitty

4) [en lotería, quiniela] jackpot

hay un bote de 300 millones — the jackpot is 300 million

5) CAm, Méx, Ven ** (=cárcel) jail, nick *, can (EEUU) *
III
SM (=barca) [de pesca] boat; [deportivo] skiff

bote de a ocho — racing eight

bote de carrera — skiff

bote de paseo — rowing boat, rowboat (EEUU)

bote de paso — ferryboat

bote de remos — rowing boat, rowboat (EEUU)

bote de salvamento — lifeboat

bote hinchable — inflatable dinghy

bote neumático — rubber dinghy

bote patrullero — patrol boat

bote salvavidas — lifeboat

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masculino
1) (Náut) boat
2)
a) (envase - de lata) (Esp) can, tin (BrE); (- de vidrio) jar

un bote de mermelada — a jar of jelly (AmE) o (BrE) jam

chupar del bote — (Esp fam) to feather one's nest, line one's pocket

de bote en bote — packed

b) (recipiente - de lata) tin; (- de vidrio, plástico) storage jar

el bote de la basura — (Méx) the trash can (AmE), the rubbish bin (BrE)

c) (para gastos comunes, en juegos) kitty; (en bar, restaurante) box (for tips)
3) (Méx arg) jail, slammer (sl)
4)
a) (salto) jump

dio or pegó un bote de alegría — he jumped for joy

se levantó de un bote — she leapt to her feet

a bote pronto — (Esp) off the top of one's head (colloq)

b) (de pelota) bounce

dio dos botes — it bounced twice

c) (Col) (vuelta, giro)

dar el bote — canoa to capsize; persona to (do a) somersault

* * *
= bottle, jar, dinghy.
Ex. It is scarcely possible to imagine the answer to a question such as 'Why do they launch a ship by breaking a bottle of champagne over her bow?' being found without the consultation of a printed book somewhere along the line.
Ex. She wrote the following article 'Of books, manuscripts and jars of snakes: reference service in the museum, archives and records management section'.
Ex. The illustration shows how air flows around a sail, explaining why a dinghy is able to move toward the wind rather than be blown backwards.
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* bote de pegamento = glue pot.
* bote salvavidas = lifeboat.
* chupar del bote = line + Posesivo + (own) pocket(s), feather + Posesivo/the + nest.
* de bote en bote = packed to capacity, choc-a-block, chock-full, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters.
* sopa de bote = canned soup, tinned soup.
* tonto del bote = as thick as a brick, as thick as two (short) planks, as daft as a brush, bonehead, birdbrain, knucklehead.
* * *
masculino
1) (Náut) boat
2)
a) (envase - de lata) (Esp) can, tin (BrE); (- de vidrio) jar

un bote de mermelada — a jar of jelly (AmE) o (BrE) jam

chupar del bote — (Esp fam) to feather one's nest, line one's pocket

de bote en bote — packed

b) (recipiente - de lata) tin; (- de vidrio, plástico) storage jar

el bote de la basura — (Méx) the trash can (AmE), the rubbish bin (BrE)

c) (para gastos comunes, en juegos) kitty; (en bar, restaurante) box (for tips)
3) (Méx arg) jail, slammer (sl)
4)
a) (salto) jump

dio or pegó un bote de alegría — he jumped for joy

se levantó de un bote — she leapt to her feet

a bote pronto — (Esp) off the top of one's head (colloq)

b) (de pelota) bounce

dio dos botes — it bounced twice

c) (Col) (vuelta, giro)

dar el bote — canoa to capsize; persona to (do a) somersault

* * *
= bottle, jar, dinghy.

Ex: It is scarcely possible to imagine the answer to a question such as 'Why do they launch a ship by breaking a bottle of champagne over her bow?' being found without the consultation of a printed book somewhere along the line.

Ex: She wrote the following article 'Of books, manuscripts and jars of snakes: reference service in the museum, archives and records management section'.
Ex: The illustration shows how air flows around a sail, explaining why a dinghy is able to move toward the wind rather than be blown backwards.
* bote de pegamento = glue pot.
* bote salvavidas = lifeboat.
* chupar del bote = line + Posesivo + (own) pocket(s), feather + Posesivo/the + nest.
* de bote en bote = packed to capacity, choc-a-block, chock-full, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters.
* sopa de bote = canned soup, tinned soup.
* tonto del bote = as thick as a brick, as thick as two (short) planks, as daft as a brush, bonehead, birdbrain, knucklehead.

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bote
masculine
A (Náut) boat
Compuestos:
bote de or a remos
rowboat (AmE), rowing boat (BrE)
bote inflable
inflatable dinghy
bote salvavidas
lifeboat
B
1 (envase — de lata) (Esp) can, tin (BrE); (— de vidrio) jar
un bote de mermelada a jar of jelly (AmE) o (BrE) jam
un bote de yogur a carton of yogurt
¿la salsa es casera o de bote? is the sauce homemade or did it come out of a tin/jar/bottle?
chupar del bote (Esp fam); to feather one's nest, line one's pocket
de bote en bote packed
estaba de bote en bote it was packed
llenaron de bote en bote la sala they packed the room
tener a algn (metido) en el bote (Esp fam): lo tiene metido en el bote she's got him twisted around her little finger o in the palm of her hand
tiene al jefe de la policía en el bote he's got the chief of police in his pocket
tener algo en el bote (Esp fam): tenemos el contrato en el bote the contract's in the bag (colloq)
2 (recipiente — de lata) tin; (— de vidrio, plástico) storage jar
ponlo en el bote de las galletas put it in the biscuit tin o barrel o (AmE) the cookie jar
el bote de la basura (Méx); trash can (AmE), rubbish bin (BrE)
3 (para gastos comunes, en juegos) kitty; (en un bar, restaurante) box (for tips)
Compuestos:
bote de gas lacrimógeno
tear gas canister
bote de humo
smoke bomb, smoke grenade
C (Méx, Ven arg) jail, slammer (sl)
D
1 (salto) jump
dio or pegó un bote de alegría he jumped for joy
se levantó de un bote she leapt to her feet
la piedra rodó dando botes montaña abajo the stone went bouncing down the mountainside
a bote pronto off the top of one's head (colloq)
darse el bote (Esp arg); to beat it (colloq), to split (colloq)
2 (de una pelota) bounce
dio dos botes it bounced twice
3
(Col) (vuelta, giro): dar el bote «canoa» to capsize;
«persona» to somersault, do a somersault
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Del verbo botar: (conjugate botar)

boté es:

1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

bote es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
botar    
bote
botar (conjugate botar) verbo transitivo
1barcoto launch
2pelotato bounce
3 (AmL exc RPl) (tirar) to throw … out;
no lo botes al suelo don't throw it on the ground;

bótalo a la basura chuck o throw it out (colloq);
bote el dinero to throw your money away
4 (AmL exc RPl fam)
a) (echar — de lugar) to throw … out (colloq);

(— de trabajo) to fire (colloq), to sack (BrE colloq)
b) (abandonar) ‹novio/noviato chuck (colloq), to ditch (colloq);

marido/esposato leave;
el tren nos dejó botados we missed the train

5 (AmL exc RPl fam) (derribar) ‹puerta/árbolto knock down;
botella/tazato knock over;
no empujes que me botas stop pushing, you're going to knock me over

6 (AmL exc RPl) (perder) ‹aceite/gasolinato leak
verbo intransitivo (Esp) [pelota] to bounce
botarse verbo pronominal (AmL exc CS fam)
a) (apresurarse) to rush

b) (arrojarse) to jump

bote sustantivo masculino
1 (Náut) boat;
bote de or a remos rowboat (AmE), rowing boat (BrE);
bote salvavidas lifeboat

2 (recipiente — de lata) tin;
(— de vidrio, plástico) storage jar;
(— de cerveza) (Esp) can;
(— de mermelada) (Esp) jar;
el bote de la basura (Méx) the trash can (AmE), the rubbish bin (BrE);

de bote en bote packed
3 (de pelota) bounce;
dio dos botes it bounced twice

botar
I verbo intransitivo
1 (una persona) to jump
2 (un objeto) to bounce
II verbo transitivo
1 Náut to launch
2 (un balón, pelota) to bounce
3 LAm (echar de un lugar, despedir) to throw o chuck out
bote 1 sustantivo masculino
1 jump, bound
2 (de pelota) bounce, rebound
♦ Locuciones: dar botes, to jump up and down
dar un bote, (asustarse) to give a start
(de alegría) to jump for joy
bote 2 sustantivo masculino
1 (de lata) can, tin, canister
(de vidrio) jar
(para propinas) jar o box for tips
2 (en lotería) jackpot
3 bote de humo, teargas canister
♦ Locuciones: familiar chupar del bote, to scrounge, to be on the make
en el bote, in the bag: ya los tengo en el bote, they are eating out of my hand
bote 3 m Náut boat
bote de salvamento, lifeboat
bote 4
♦ Locuciones: estar de bote en bote, to be packed o to be full to bursting
'bote' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
lata
- limonada
- salvavidas
- tarro
- lancha
- patín
- remar
English:
can
- canister
- dinghy
- disclaimer
- fit on
- jam jar
- jar
- launch
- lifeboat
- paint pot
- rowboat
- rowing boat
- screw top
- sea
- bin
- boat
- boating
- garbage
- jack
- jam
- kitty
- life
- pedal bin
- pleasure
- pot
- row
- rubbish
- swing
- tin
- trash
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bote nm
1. [envase] [tarro] jar;
Esp [lata] can, Br tin; [de champú, pastillas] bottle;
los guisantes ¿son naturales o de bote? are the peas fresh or tinned?
Comp
Am bote de la basura Br rubbish bin, US garbage can, trash can;
bote de humo smoke canister
2. [barca] boat
Comp
bote de remos esp Br rowing boat, US rowboat;
bote salvavidas lifeboat
3. [caja para propinas] tips box;
el cambio, para el bote keep the change
4. [salto] jump;
dar botes [saltar] to jump up and down;
[vehículo] to bump up and down;
pegar un bote [de susto] to jump, to give a start;
dio un bote de alegría she jumped for joy
5. [de pelota] bounce;
tienes que dejar que dé un bote you have to let it bounce;
dar botes to bounce;
a bote pronto on the half volley
6. [en lotería] rollover jackpot
7. Méx, Ven Fam [cárcel] Br nick, US joint
8. Ven [escape] leak
9. Comp
a bote pronto [sin pensar] off the top of one's head;
Esp Fam
chupar del bote to feather one's nest;
Fam
darse el bote Br to scarper, US to split;
de bote en bote chock-a-block;
Esp
meter en el bote a alguien to win sb over;
Esp
tener en el bote a alguien to have sb eating out of one's hand;
Fam
¡tonto del bote! stupid halfwit!
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bote
m
1 (barco) boat
2 de pelota bounce;
pegar un bote de persona jump;
a bote pronto off the top of one’s head;
darse el bote Esp fam take off
3 L.Am. (lata) can, Br tb
tin
4 (tarro) jar;
tener a alguien en el bote fam have s.o. in one’s pocket fam ;
chupar del bote fig fam line one’s pockets fam ;
de bote en bote packed out
5 para propinas kitty
6 Méx fam (cárcel) slammer pop
* * *
bote nm
1) : small boat
bote de remos: rowboat
2) : can, jar
3) : jump, bounce
4) Mex fam : jail
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bote n
1. (de vidrio) jar
un bote de café a jar of coffee
2. (de lata) can / tin
un bote de tomate a tin of tomatoes
3. (barca) boat
un bote de remos a rowing boat
4. (salto de persona) jump
cuando lo vi, di botes when I saw him, I jumped up and down
5. (salto de pelota) bounce
de bote en bote packed
el metro iba de bote en bote the underground was packed
bote salvavidas lifeboat

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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