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Translation of "lump" - English-Spanish dictionary

lump

noun   /lʌmp/
a bit of something solid with no particular shape pedazo, grumo, bulto a lump of coal She found a lump in her breast.
(Definition of lump from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lump

noun /lamp/
a small solid mass of no particular shape grumo The custard was full of lumps and no-one would eat it.
a swelling hinchazón, bulto, chichón She had a lump on her head where she had hit it.
a small cube-shaped mass of sugar terrón One lump or two?
lumpy adjective
containing lumps grumoso lumpy custard.
lumpiness noun
consistencia grumosa
lump sum noun
an amount of money given all at once, not in parts over a period of time cantidad, suma global When you retire, you can receive part of your pension as a lump sum.
if you don’t like it, you can lump it
(informal) whether you like the situation or not, you will have to endure it. si no te gusta, te tendrás que aguantar
(Definition of lump from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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