What does de negocios mean in spanish?
Translation: Doing business
It means "businesswoman."
Mujer de Negocios.
socio de negocios
(Su/tu = your) socio de negocios. (formal/informal)
The meaning of the Spanish word 'negocios' is business. Negocio exitoso means successful business. Whereas negociar means to negociate. They come from the same word root.
La gente debe quedarse fuera de los negocios de los otros
The cast of Mujer - Mujer - 1987 includes: Jorge Baza de Candia as (segment "La entrega") Susana Cart as (segment "El coche tapizado de rosa") Susana Carti as (segment "El coche tapizado de rosa") Cristina Del Valle as (segment "Negocios son negocios") Norman Erlich as (segment "Negocios son negocios") Ana Ferszt as (segment "El coche tapizado de rosa") Gianni Lunadei as (segment "Negocios son negocios") Tito Mendoza as (segment "La entrega")
Hombres de negocios.
According to Google Translator, negocios y traspasos translates from Spanish to English as "business and transfers". Bing's language translator also agrees with that translation.
The cast of Un hombre de negocios - 1945 includes: Antonio Casal as Fernando Xan das Bolas as Conserje del museo Antonio Riquelme as Cochero
The cast of Negocios - 1995 includes: Carmen Chironi Graciana Chironi as Madre de Rulo Franco Mantuano Luis Margani Pablo Trapero
Trienta de octubre translates from Spanish to mean the 30th of October.
IT doesn't mean anything in Spanish. Perhaps you meant: "de mañana", an expression used in Spanish to mean "in the morning"
Alberto L. Wilensky has written: 'Politica de Negocios'
de means of in spanish
It is a complicated question, as the word has a few places it can be used in Spanish and English... Emprendedor - Entrepreneur Hombre de Negocios - Awkward word for business man - Gets the point across though Gestor - Manager Agente - Agent
De = from. Para = to.
El = The De = Of
de que: from what
''de'' in spanish translates to of.
In Spanish Mesa Means Table De Mesa = from or of the table
De is a preposition meaning of. It can also mean from, about, with, and as.
The indefinite article "de" in Spanish is analogous to the indefinite article "of" in English.
"Fin de semana" in Spanish means "weekend" in English.
Cinco de Mayo means "Fifth Of May" in Spanish
Jugo de naranja means orange juice in Spanish.
de missio = of missio
De nada. De nada.
de can mean from, of, or about
It means "of" or "from".
Carlos Alfredo has: Played Isidro in "Un pasaje de Ida" in 1989. Played Artista Invitado in "Negocios son negocios" in 2004. Performed in "Viajeros" in 2006. Performed in "Playball" in 2008. Performed in "Locas y Atrapadas" in 2014. Played Rey in "De pez en cuando" in 2014.
es clases de espanol means "is Spanish class".
"viuda de" means "widow of"
You meant: DETRÁS DE --- Behind
In Spanish de fresa means Strawberry.
de mot passe
Which one?: Enjuagues de mesa (does not exist specifically in Spanish) Jugadores de mesa Juegos de mesa
It means "of yours," as in "is this something of yours," or in Spanish, "este es algo de ti."
The Spanish words 'de vida' mean 'of life'
If you mean, where are you from?, then the translation to spanish is ¿De dónde es usted?
It means of.
Of where/from where
Where are you from?
it means " of"
"No you gusto clase de espanol" does not mean anything meaningful in Spanish. You may mean, "No me gusta clase de español," which translates to "I don't like Spanish class."
Cuentos de cabezas de macarrón.
Flor de Nochebuena o de Pascua.
de nada means You're welcome
"de trabajo" literally means "of work".