"bread" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

bread
[bred]
sustantivo
1. pan (m) (food)
  • a loaf of bread -> un pan
  • bread and butter -> pan con mantequilla
  • the customers are our bread and butter (sentido figurado) -> lo que nos da de comer son los clientes
  • he knows which side his bread is buttered on (sentido figurado) -> él sabe lo que le conviene
  • bread bin, ->
  • bread box -> panera (f) (británicoUS)
  • bread knife -> cuchillo (m) del pan
2. pasta (f) (familiar) (money) (español de España)guita (f) (español de España, RP)plata (f) (Am)lana (f) (español de México)

bread [bred]
sustantivo
1. Pan, alimento que se hace de la harina de diversas semilla
sustantivo
2. Pan, todo lo que en general sirve para el sustento diario del hombre.
3. (Sl. & dated) Guita, lana, pasta (money).
  • Bread and butter -> pan con mantequilla
  • Teaching is his bread and butter -> se gana la vida enseñando
  • To take the bread out of somebody’s mouth -> quitarle el pan de la boca a alguien
  • To want one’s bread buttered on both sides -> querer el oro y el moro
  • To earn one’s bread -> ganarse la vida
  • Household bread -> pan casero, pan bazo
  • Light bread -> pan esponjoso
  • Shipbread -> galleta, bizcocho de mar
  • Batch of bread -> hornada de pan
  • Soft bread -> mollete
  • Sow bread -> criadilla de tierra
  • Unleavened bread -> azimo
  • Bread-stuffs -> la harina, trigo, maíz, y en general todos los granos que sirven para hacer pan
  • New bread -> pan tierno
  • Stale bread -> pan duro o sentado
  • Slice of bread -> rebanada de pan
  • Corn bread -> pan de maíz
  • Brown bread -> pan moreno

bread [bred]
noun
1 (food) pan (m)
white/brown/rye/wholemeal bread pan (m) blanco/moreno/de centeno/integral; bread and butter pan (m) con mantequilla; (living) pan de cada día (informal); to be on bread and water estar a pan y agua; the bread and wine (Rel) el pan y el vino
to break bread with sentarse a la mesa con
to cast one's bread on the waters hacer el bien sin mirar a quién
to earn one's daily bread ganarse el pan
to know which side one's bread is buttered (on) saber dónde aprieta el zapato
to take the bread out of sb's mouth quitar el pan de la boca de algn
man cannot live by bread alone no solo de pan vive el hombre
2 (money) pasta (informal) (f); lana (f) (informal); (LAm) plata (f) (informal); (LAm)
modifier
bread grains (n) granos (m) panificables
bread pudding (n) pudín (m) de leche y pan

Verb Conjugations for "bread" (go to el pan)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I bread I breaded I will bread
you bread you breaded you will bread
he/she breads he/she breaded he/she will bread
we bread we breaded we will bread
you bread you breaded you will bread
they bread they breaded they will bread
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"bread" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

brear
transitive verb
1. to bash in (informal) (a palos) (peninsular Spanish)
  • brear a preguntas -> to bombard with questions

brear [bray-ar’]
verb transitive
1. To pitch. (f)
2. To tar, to vex, to plague, to thwart. (f)
3. To cast a joke upon one. (Metaphorical) (f)
4. To abuse, to ill-treat. (f)
  • Brear a uno a golpes -> to beat somebody up

brear
verbo:transitivo
1 (maltratar) to abuse; ill-treat
brear a algn a golpes o palos to beat sb up
2 (embromar) to make fun of; tease

Verb Conjugations for "brear" (go to el pan)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo breo breé breaba brearía brearé
breas breaste breabas brearías brearás
él/ella/Ud. brea breó breaba brearía breará
nosotros breamos breamos breábamos brearíamos brearemos
vosotros breáis breasteis breabais brearíais brearéis
ellos/ellas/Uds. brean brearon breaban brearían brearán
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