Detras means "behind" in Spanish. Many times written just a s
hombre, texto detras
You meant: DETRÁS DE --- Behind
Stretching is not a Spanish word. It is an English word.
the word that is the same in English and spanish is the word "no".
nide is not an English word or a Spanish word.
Cognates is an ENGLISH word, not a Spanish word.
"Tienes un jardin detras de la casa" translates to "Have a garden behind the house"
Metemela duro por detras.
About 40% of the words in English have a Spanish cognate. This means that the English word has a similar Spanish word, such as "accident" (English) and "accidente" (Spanish).
Spanish word modelo mean in English.
There is no such word in Spanish.
"A" is the Spanish word for "to".
a translation of a spanish word to English
Trabuco means "Musket" in English It is a Spanish word
The Spanish word 'solomente' translates to English as 'just'.
The spanish word aqua means water in english...
The Spanish word envio means shipping in English.
The Spanish word conquistador mean conquer in English.
The Spanish word is "siguiente".
According to the Royal Spanish Academy, there is no such word in spanish.
Montana is an English word derived from the Spanish word 'Montaña', which means mountain.
The word School in English translates to escuela in Spanish.
The word 'pregunto' when translated from Spanish to English means 'wonder.'
Math is not an English word but American. In Spanish, it is matemÃ¡ticas
The word "lentes" is a word in the Spanish language. When this Spanish word is translated to the English language, it translates to the word "glasses".
The word "she" in Spanish is "ella" (AY-yah).
Mirador is the spanish word for "lookout"
the word monticom is not Spanish. No Spanish word can end with "m"
supertriste is not a spanish word, but it looks like a combination of the english word super and the spanish word for "sad", so it might mean "supersad"
The word "menos" in Spanish translates to the word "less" in English. This word in English means not so much.
The English word for the country "Cuba," is still the same in Spanish. It is pronounced "KOO-bah".
The word "suena" in Spanish means "sounds like" in English. The word "sueña" in Spanish means "dream" in English.
It means no. The word no is the same in Spanish and English.
alico is not a Spanish word.
The word Animal in English is the same in Spanish.
quest is not a Spanish word.
muhass is not a spanish word
That's not a Spanish word.
amya is not an English word. If it's a name, it would be exactly the same in Spanish as in English.
There is no such word in Spanish. If you mean to translate from English to Spanish, in Spanish that is "padre" (the same as the regular meaning of "father").
The Spanish word o means Or in English.
There are various translations of the word "language" from English to Spanish. Commonly, the Spanish word "lengua" is used. "Lenguaje" is also appropriate, as is "idioma."
The translation of the Spanish word "callejero or callejera" is an adjective in the Spanish language that translates into the English word to mean "street".
The word dissident is not Spanish. The Spanish equivalent of the English word dissident is "disidente",
Ene is the Spanish word for the Spanish letter N.
"Preterite" is an English word; it is a form of the past tense. In Spanish, preterite is "pretérito."
The Spanish word 'adicto' translates to the English word phrase 'addicted to.' The word 'adicto' has context clues on what the word means in English.
"Estilo" is the Spanish word for the English word "style".
descifra already is a Spanish word. The English for it is 'decipher'.
That's not a Spanish word. Or an English word for that matter.