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Detailed Translations for feller from English to Spanish


to fell verb (fells, felled, felling)

  1. to fell (chop down; cut down)

Conjugations for fell:

  1. fell
  2. fell
  3. fells
  4. fell
  5. fell
  6. fell
simple past
  1. felled
  2. felled
  3. felled
  4. felled
  5. felled
  6. felled
present perfect
  1. have felled
  2. have felled
  3. has felled
  4. have felled
  5. have felled
  6. have felled
past continuous
  1. was felling
  2. were felling
  3. was felling
  4. were felling
  5. were felling
  6. were felling
  1. shall fell
  2. will fell
  3. will fell
  4. shall fell
  5. will fell
  6. will fell
continuous present
  1. am felling
  2. are felling
  3. is felling
  4. are felling
  5. are felling
  6. are felling
  1. be felled
  2. be felled
  3. be felled
  4. be felled
  5. be felled
  6. be felled
  1. fell!
  2. let's fell!
  3. felled
  4. felling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for fell:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
derribar putting down; shooting down; shooting to death
picar biting at
talar chop down
- felled seam; hide
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cortar arboles chop down; cut down; fell
dar golpes chop down; cut down; fell affect; bang; batter; beat; concern; hammer; hit; hit someone; knock; move; pound; smack; smash; strike; strike someone; tap; tap at; touch
dar hachazos chop down; cut down; fell
derribar chop down; cut down; fell blot out; break down; break up; bring down; carve; cast; cut in; delete; demolish; deposit; destroy; destruct; devastate; drag down; eliminate; erase; exhaust; fling; floor; get down; give way; go to pieces; heave; hew in; hurl; knock down; knock over; lay; lay waste; laydown; liquidate; overthrow; overturn; place; pull down; push over; put down; put to the sword; rub out; ruin; sap; set; set down; shoot down; situate; station; sweep away; take down; tear down; tear loose; throw; throw down; throw over; tip over; topple; topple over; upset; wear out; wipe; wipe out; work to death; wreck
peinarse chop down; cut down; fell
picar chop down; cut down; fell attack; badger; bait; bite into; cadge; chip away; chip off; corrode; cut; eat heartily; eat hungrily; eat into; engrave; erode; etch; give rise to; gnaw; hack away; having a good feed; itch; jag; mooch; needle; notch; obtain by begging; pierce through; prick; provoke; reap; run through; scrape; stab; stab through; sting; tickle; titillate; work inside
recortar chop down; cut down; fell chisel off; clip; clip out; confine; crop; curtail; cut; cut away; cut back; cut off; cut out; decline; limit; make smaller; reduce; regress; restrict; style someone's hair; trim; trim away; waining
tajar chop down; cut down; fell
talar chop down; cut down; fell chop away; cut down; deforest; hew away
- cut down; drop; fly; strike down; vanish
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- barbarous; brutal; cruel; roughshod; savage; vicious

Related Words for "fell":

  • felling, fellest

Synonyms for "fell":

Related Definitions for "fell":

  1. (of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering1
  2. the act of felling something (as a tree)1
  3. seam made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges1
  4. the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal)1
  5. cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow1
  6. sew a seam by folding the edges1
  7. pass away rapidly1

Wiktionary Translations for fell:

  1. to make something fall

Cross Translation:
fell talar; tumbar fällenvon Bäumen: mit Axt, Säge oder anderem Hilfmittel roden
fell abatir abattre — Mettre à bas, jeter à terre, faire tomber.


Translation Matrix for feller:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- blighter; bloke; chap; cuss; faller; fella; fellow; gent; lad; logger; lumberjack; lumberman

Synonyms for "feller":

Related Definitions for "feller":

  1. a boy or man1
  2. a person who fells trees1

Wiktionary Translations for feller:

Cross Translation:
feller tío; huevón; man; cuate Kerl — eine männliche Person (Dieser Begriff kann sowohl eine positive als auch eine negative Konnotation tragen je nach Eigenschaft der Männlichkeit, die angesprochen wird.)