English to Spanish

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Translating English words into Spanish. How you say and spell English language words and phrases in the Spanish language.
El infinitivo de Saltaba es Saltar.
Well, it means "there is" or "there are", so you could say "Hay siete dias en la semana", which means There are seven days in the week.
lifes so hard-donde está el parador
¡Qué calor hace aquí o se trata sólo de que
The name "Carol" is also used; I guess "Carola" would be the Spanish equivalent.
Like the word "Thing"? Isn't it "Cosa" Example: Look at that Thing In the Street>> Mira esa cosa en la calle
Apúrate means hurry up
Answer . pirates of the carribean, the curse of the blackpearl, captain barbosa to elizabeth swan.
As the spelling suggests, it means "angelic" or like an angel.
Tengo que decir algo que decirte
"Well you had better"
Sorry, love, but I don't speak English.
Hágalo (formal) or hazlo (informal).
Roughly translated: It is better than anything you have
Chakara el baston means a crazy person that never makes sense
Translation: scrap the cane
Chakarra el baston means a person who is crazy and never makes sense yoooooooooooooo genesis WTF it's wrong witcha? huh? makin' this dummy questions like ur a lil child jajjaajaja lmfao. them words don't even exist!! you betta go to sleep kid befoe i call your parents lol
Estudio español. Estoy aprendiendo español (como una acción duradera en el tiempo)
\n. \nAyer\n. \ne.g. We went to the cinema yesterday.\n. \nFuimos al cine ayer.
Odio la temporada otoño.
De regreso --- as simple as this. You can add previously: Estoy, estás, está, estamos, estáis, están // Estaba, estabas... // estuve, estuviste, estuvo...
I also want to see you a lot.
You can say: Lentes (Lenses) Anteojos (Before the eyes) Both are correct and used interchangeably.
Answer 1 Filete or filete del prendedero. either on will work fine dependingon what you desire. Another suggestion is to go to spanishdict.comfor more translations. Answer 2 The Spanish word for "filet steak" is "el filete."
Eres el deseo de mi corazón.
Translated to: "Hablando (a-blando lower case A sound) a mi novia caliente."
Botas marrón o (o is or in spanish) Botas café
"I love you" in Spanish is usually "te quiero." This literally means "I want you". You could also say "te amo", which literally means "I love you", but is less common.
frutas fachillion fendejo felamela fresas
Reir ahorra , llorar despues
As any good Catholics of the time they prayed.
The rope is "la reata" and it's where the English word "lariat" comes from.
Being fluent (in any language) means that you can speak enough the language to be able to communicate effectively with the native speakers. Contrary to many believes, it does NOT mean that you have to be able to speak to them 100% of the time, because no matter where you go, every country and...
It means stay with me .
Translation: Hello, what's up, how are you? Yes. It is that redundant in Spanish too.
es este un tipo de tiburón de smoothhound
i got ciento veinte siete
It is about the same thing. It is snorkel.
Plenty of soldiers for the fighting, but not enough sailors for maneuvering. Ships bigger than the sailors were used to. And a certain amount of bad luck with weather.
"usted más asombra" literally means "You more amazing". I alsochecked an online Spanish dictionary site that lists asombra as aconjugation of the verb "asombrar" which means "to amaze orsurprise". So, in that case, the phrase might actually be trying tosay something like "You amaze me very much"...
This means "I hope you get married soon."
katelran,hallen reaallen,tathelyan, acunamatata
" Me voy al Facebook " is a Spanish equivalent of "I'm going on Facebook." Specifically, the reflexive pronoun " me " means "myself." The verb " voy " means "(I) am going, do go, go." The word " al " combines the preposition " a " and the masculine singular definite article " el " to mean "to the."...
The answer depends on context! I want to go outside = quiero ir afuera If one is telling another person to "go outside" as a command. Vete afuera = Go outside (Familiar) command a parent would give a child or a contemporary to a friend. Vaya afuera = Go outside (more formal) a...
"Lucky?" Do you feel lucky? Well, do ya? Punk?
Great question. It really depends how much swagg you have and howhard you are willing to go. I don't think there's a directtranslation in Spanish for this English expression. However, ifyour swagg is real tough, and you are willing to go super hard, I'msure everyone will understand that your "swagg...
'Love the Places' in spanish, is " Ame Los Lugares"
Tiene que responder en español.
Ella tiene treinta y dos años.
If it's Spanish it's ( Hah- cob ) Accent cob.
For me, I learned the vocabulary basics for Spanish in Spanish I & II in high school. At this point, I could read and write a fair amount of Spanish, but I could not speak it very well. The summer before I took Spanish III, I started playing soccer in a nearby park with some hispanic people,...
No olvide / olviden / olvides / olvidéis ... Que no se le / les / te / os olvide...
Goal (as in Soccer) -- Gol! Goal (as in an achievement) -- Meta, logra
Señor is the equivalent of "Mr." but can also mean "man". It is used with a last name. "Don" is an honorific, used to show respect(for the person or the rank), and is used with a first name.
Angel's exact quote is "ooh, Papi, ese huevo se quiere sal," which when literally translated means "Oh, Daddy, this egg wants to salt itself." ("Papi" is a reference to Jesse/Collins' stage costume for this number, which was a tee-shirt reading "Papi.") However, as someone stated earlier, Angel...
i believe it means 'i want to see you all the time,' but im an English speaker learning spanish so you may want to recheck that!
The animal gorilla is spelled gorila. The warfare is guerrilla.
The word Beef bacon can be said in spanish as "tocino carne devacuno"
toe= el dedo del pie (Literally "the finger of the foot")
Chaparral is vegetation consisting of shrubs and thorny bushes. ElChapparral - The bushes
"I have a pig in the.." "I have a pig at the.." Depends of the context.