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Detailed Translations for spike from English to Spanish


to spike verb (spikes, spiked, spiking)

  1. to spike (nail; hammer; nail down; drive in nails)
    – secure with spikes 1
  2. to spike (spear; gore; skewer)
  3. to spike (hammer; ground; bang; drum)

Conjugations for spike:

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

spike [the ~] noun

  1. the spike (peak; top)
    la cresta; la cima

Translation Matrix for spike:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cima peak; spike; top crest; crown; peak; top
cresta peak; spike; top Mohican haircut; crest; mountain cam; mountain ridge; ridge
- capitulum; ear; spike heel; spindle; stiletto heel
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
clavar drive in nails; hammer; nail; nail down; spike attack; beat against the wind; damage; erode; ply against the wind; sail against the wind; spoil; tack
espetar gore; skewer; spear; spike shout at; shout down; snap; snarl; snipe
martillar bang; drum; ground; hammer; spike bang; drive; drive piles; hammer; pound; ram; thump
- empale; fortify; impale; lace; spike out; transfix
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- nail; prickle; spine; thorn

Related Words for "spike":

  • spiking, spiked, spikes

Synonyms for "spike":

Related Definitions for "spike":

  1. sports equipment consisting of a sharp point on the sole of a shoe worn by athletes1
    • spikes provide greater traction1
  2. a large stout nail1
    • they used spikes to fasten the rails to a railroad tie1
  3. any holding device consisting of a rigid, sharp-pointed object1
    • the spike pierced the receipts and held them in order1
  4. a long, thin sharp-pointed implement (wood or metal)1
    • one of the spikes impaled him1
  5. a sharp-pointed projection along the top of a fence or wall (or a dinosaur)1
  6. each of the sharp points on the soles of athletic shoes to prevent slipping (or the shoes themselves)1
    • the second baseman sharpened his spikes before every game1
    • golfers' spikes damage the putting greens1
  7. a very high narrow heel on women's shoes1
  8. a transient variation in voltage or current1
  9. a sharp rise followed by a sharp decline1
    • the seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor1
  10. (botany) an indeterminate inflorescence bearing sessile flowers on an unbranched axis1
  11. fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn1
  12. manifest a sharp increase1
    • the voltage spiked1
  13. add alcohol to (beverages)1
    • the punch is spiked!1
  14. bring forth a spike or spikes1
    • my hyacinths and orchids are spiking now1
  15. secure with spikes1
  16. pierce with a sharp stake or point1
  17. stand in the way of1

Wiktionary Translations for spike:

  1. very large nail
  2. anything resembling like a nail in shape
  3. ear of grain
  4. botany: kind of inflorescence
  5. sharp peak in a graph

Cross Translation:
spike clavar vastspijkeren — met spijkers bevestigen
spike espiga ÄhreBotanik: Blüte und Fruchtstand bei Getreide und anderen Graspflanzen
spike clavo clou — Tige rigide, courte et pointue
spike brinco; bote sursautmouvement brusque occasionner par quelque sensation subite et violente.
spike ponerse en pie; levantarse sursauter — Faire un sursaut, un mouvement brusque en étant surpris.