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casero
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casero(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (made at home)
a. homemade
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
De hecho, me gusta más el flan comprado que el casero.I actually prefer store-bought crème caramel to the homemade kind.
Todavía no he probado los macarrones con queso caseros que hace tu esposo. - Ay, no sabes de lo que te pierdes.I still haven't tried your husband's homemade mac and cheese. - Oh, you don't know what you're missing.
b. home-made (United Kingdom)
¿Es este pan casero?Is this home-made bread?
2. (rudimentary)
a. amateur
El accidente aéreo quedó registrado en un video casero.An amateur video captured the plane crash.
b. homemade
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Una bomba casera fue detonada cerca de la estación de policía.A homemade bomb was detonated near the police station.
c. home-made (United Kingdom)
Es un método casero que da muy buenos resultados.It's a home-made method that gives very good results.
3. (related to housekeeping)
a. domestic
El puesto requiere trabajo casero como cocinar y hacer la limpieza.The job involves domestic duties like cooking and cleaning.
4. (fond of one's home)
a. home-loving
Yo no soy una persona casera; me gusta mucho la calle.I'm not a home-loving person; I love going out.
b. home-lover (noun)
Mi marido prefiere quedarse en casa leyendo que salir a cenar. Es muy casero.My husband prefers staying at home and reading to dining out. He's very much the home-lover.
c. homebody (noun)
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Yo en invierno me vuelvo muy casera.I become a real homebody in winter.
5. (local)
a. home
El partido acabó con una victoria casera.The match ended in a home win.
This means that the noun can be masculine or feminine, depending on the gender of person it refers to (e.g. el doctor, la doctora).
6. (dueño)
a. landlord (masculine)
El casero vive en el piso de arriba y se encarga del mantenimiento del edificio.The landlord lives upstairs and takes care of the building's maintenance.
b. landlady (feminine)
Avisamos a la casera de que no queremos renovar el contrato de alquiler.We notified the landlady that we don't want to renew the lease.
7. (guard)
a. caretaker
Busco casero para cuidar de una finca de 100 acres en Extremadura.I'm looking for a caretaker for my 100-acre ranch in Extremadura.
8. (client)
Regionalism used in Chile
(Chile)
Regionalism used in Ecuador
(Ecuador)
Regionalism used in Peru
(Peru)
a. customer
Los conozco porque eran caseros de la tienda de mis abuelos.I know them because they were customers at my grandparents' store.
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casero
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (de casa; comida)
a. home-made
2. (trabajos)
a. domestic
3. (celebración)
a. family
4. (hogareño)
a. home-loving
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
5. (propietario)
a. landlord, landlady
6. (encargado)
a. house agent
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caseroa casera
adjective
1 (hecho en casa) [+comida, sopa, artefacto] homemade
Le gusta la comida casera Casa Pepe, comida casera Sus especialidades son el rape a la americana, el pastel de espárragos, lenguado meunière y sus postres caseros Un artefacto casero explotó la noche del miércoles en la se del partido
[+remedio] household; home
cocina casera home cooking
la cocina casera es la especialidad de la casa
un vídeo casero a home video
una grabación casera
eso es filosofía casera that is homespun philosophy; tareas caseras housework
singular
; (s)
domestic chores;
de fabricación casera homemade
bombas de fabricación casera
sufrió un pequeño accidente casero she had a minor domestic accident; she had a small accident at home
2 (hogareño)
soy muy casero I'm the home-loving sort; I'm the stay-at-home type; llevan una vida muy casera they're always at home
3 (Dep)
una victoria casera a home win; a win for the home side; un árbitro casero a referee biased in favour of the home team
1 (propietario) landlord/landlady
2 (en casa de campo) caretaker
3 (inquilino) tenant; occupier
4 (persona hogareña) home bird (familiar); homebody; (EEUU)
5 (Latinoamérica) (cliente) customer; client
6 (Caribe) (repartidor) delivery man/woman
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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