Translation of "stud" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun uk /stʌd/ us

specialized horses a group of animals, especially high-quality horses, kept for breeding

David Grenfell runs a 170-acre stud farm in Co. Wexford, Ireland.

slang a man who is considered to be attractive and skilled sexually

He thinks he’s a real stud.

a small nail or piece of metal, with a large, rounded top, that is attached to the surface of something, usually for decoration

tachuela, tachón

a small piece of metal jewellery that is put through a part of your body such as your ear or nose

gold studs
a nose stud

UK US cleat any of the small, pointed objects that stick out from the bottom of some boots and shoes used in particular sports, for example football


UK also collar stud a fastener made from two small flat parts joined together by a short bar, used for clothing, especially in the past to fix collars onto shirts

broche del cuello de la camisa → See also press stud

(Translation of “stud” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


noun /stad/

a collection of horses and mares kept for breeding.


(Translation of “stud” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)