Dictionary source: Spanish English Learner's Dictionary
Spanish to English translation of bebe = baby [babies, -pl.] ; babe ; sprog ; bub ; Posesivo + little one. Ex: The article 'Sitting pretty: infants, toddlers, & lapsits' outlines the procedures followed at San Francisco public library to help parents introduce their babies to appropriate literature. Ex: They are pure as a babe's innocence. Ex: Well, she's gone and done it again -- she's up the spout and with another sprog on the way. Ex: She's probably just a little protective over her little bubs which is normal. Ex: Preventing infant deaths can be as easy as ABC if parents remember three simple ways to keep their little ones safe at night. ---- * bebé adoptado = adopted baby. * bebé adoptivo = adopted baby. * bebé con cólicos = colicky baby ; colicky infant. * bebé prematuro = preemie. * bebé probeta = test-tube baby. * bebé que empieza a andar = toddler. * bebé que nace muerto = stillbirth [still-birth]. * bebé que padece de cólicos = colicky baby ; colicky infant. * cambiador de bebés = baby changing facility ; baby changing room. * celebrar el nacimiento del bebé = wet + the baby's head. * cochecito de bebé = pram ; baby carriage. * dormir como un bebé = sleep like + a baby. * esperar un bebé = expect + a baby. * habitación para cambiar bebés = baby changing room ; baby changing facility. * intercomunicador para bebés = baby monitor ; baby alarm. * interfono para bebés = baby monitor ; baby alarm. * reunión a la que los padres acuden con sus bebés = lapsit. * sala para cambiar bebés = baby changing room ; baby changing facility. * sillita de bebé para coche = car baby seat ; infant car seat. * tan inocente como un bebé = as innocent as a lamb. * tener bebés = have + babies. * toallita húmeda para bebé = baby wipe. * un bebé = a babe in arms ; a bundle of joy. (v.) = drink ; sip ; booze ; take + a swig ; swig ; imbibe ; have + a drink ; take + a swill ; swill. Ex: Some libraries offer users the opportunity to eat and drink, read books, periodicals and newspapers and listen to records and tapes. Ex: People engage in a wide range of activities in libraries, from lively dialog while munching sandwiches and sipping soda, to flirting and caressing, to the more traditional activities of reading and information searching. Ex: While he boozed, Kerry was on three athletic teams and became a notable college debater. Ex: The media creates the image that solutions to stress can come from popping a pill or taking a swig from a bottle. Ex: One day she indulged in her habit of swigging too much gin before going to feed the porker and after opening its pen she slumped in a heap. Ex: In general, two drinks should be the limit when you're imbibing alcohol, whether it's wine, beer or liquor. Ex: It's a perfect bar to meet up and have a drink and a natter or simply chill and relax whilst watching the world go by in the park below. Ex: They advise that children should be encouraged to take a swill of water and rinse it around their teeth after eating sweets. Ex: At 57 years of age, after swilling the likes of cheap beer, cheap whiskey and bad tequila, I have developed a taste for wine. ---- * a beber y a tragar que el mundo se va a acabar = eat, drink and be merry (for tomorrow we die). * barril con agua de beber = scuttlebutt. * beber a la salud de Alguien = drink to + Posesivo + health. * beber alcohol = drink + alcohol. * beber algo = have + a drink. * beber como un cosaco = drink like + a fish. * beber con la lengua = lap up. * beber demasiado = drink + too much ; overdrink. * beber en compañía = social drinking. * beber en exceso = drink + too much ; overdrink. * beber excesivamente = drink + too much ; overdrink. * beber mucho = drink + heavily. * bebérselo todo = drink + Nombre + out of. * fuente para beber = scuttlebutt ; drinking fountain ; water fountain ; bubbler. * haber bebido demasiado = be over the limit. * pajita para beber = drinking straw. * sin comerlo ni beberlo = without having anything to do with it. * sin comérselo ni bebérselo = without having anything to do with it ; without asking for it. = a babe in arms ; a bundle of joy. Ex: He was still a babe in arms, when his father died overseas. Ex: It is a woman's prerogative give birth to a beautiful bundle of joy but for that she should prepare herself mentally and physically.