grass
Noun
1. (plant) 
a. la hierba (F) 
2. (fig) 
she doesn't let the grass grow under her feetno se dedica a perder el tiempo
3. (fig) 
the grass rootslas bases
grass roots support/oppositionapoyo m/oposición de las bases
grass snakeculebra de agua
grass widowmujer cuyo marido se encuentra ausente
4. (lawn) 
a. la césped m, hierba (F) 
keep off the grassprohibido pisar el césped
grass courtpista f de hierba
5. (pasture) 
a. el pasto (M) 
6. (fig) 
to put somebody out to grassdespedir a alguien por ser demasiado mayor para el trabajo
7. (colloquial) 
a. la maría f, hierba (F) (marijuana) 
8. (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
a. el soplón(a) (M)la soplón(a) (F) (informer) 
b. el chivato(a) (M)la chivato(a) (F) (Spain) 
intransitive verb
9. (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
a. cantar (inform) 
to grass on somebodydelatar a alguien dar el soplo sobre alguien
grass [ɡrɑːs]
noun
1 (Bot) hierba (f); yerba (f); (lawn) césped (m); pasto (m); (LAm) grama (f); (LAm) (pasture) pasto (m)
keep off the grass prohibido pisar la hierba
to put a horse out to grass echar un caballo al pasto
not to let the grass grow under one's feet no dormirse
the grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence) nadie está contento con su suerte
A lot of players who have left in the past have found that /the other man's grass isn't always greener/ Diana should beware. The grass may not be greener on the other side of the Atlantic
2 (marijuana) marihuana (f); mota (f) (informal); (LAm)
3 (Britain) (person) soplónonasoplona (m) (f);ona soplona
intransitive verb
(Britain) soplar (informal); dar el chivatazo (informal)
to grass on delatar a
transitive verb
(also grass over) cubrir de hierba
modifier
grass court (n) (Tennis) pista (f) de hierba
grass cutter (n) cortacésped (m)
grass roots (n) base (f)
grass snake (n) culebra (f)
grass widow (n) especially (US) (divorced, separated) mujer (f) separada o divorciada; (Britain) mujer (f) cuyo marido está ausente
grass widower (n) especially (US) (divorced, separated) hombre (m) separado o divorciado; (Britain) marido (m) cuya mujer está ausente
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