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68 terms
Spanish Idiomatic Expressions #5
ahora mismo
billete de ida y vuelta
cada vez más
con tal que + subjunctive
right now
round-trip ticket
more and more
provided that
ahora mismo
right now
billete de ida y vuelta
round-trip ticket
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AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Dar a + noun
dar a conocer
dar con
dar cuerda
to face, to look out on
to make known
to run into
to wind (up)
Dar a + noun
to face, to look out on
dar a conocer
to make known
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AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Dar a + noun
dar a conocer
dar con
dar cuerda
to face, to look out on
to make known
to run into
to wind
Dar a + noun
to face, to look out on
dar a conocer
to make known
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SPANISH IVAP IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS
¡Basta!
a veces
a bordo
a ciegas
Enough!
sometimes
on board
blindly
¡Basta!
Enough!
a veces
sometimes
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Spanish idiomatic expressions
hace + time expression + que + preterite
hace poco
hacer buen (mal) tiempo
hacer (mucho) frío (calor)
ago
a little while ago
to be good (bad) weather
to be (very) cold (warm)
hace + time expression + que + preterite
ago
hace poco
a little while ago
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Spanish 3003 Chapter 5 Subjunctive - Idiomatic Expressions
que yo sepa
que digamos
que diga
Por mucho que (verbo)
as far as I know (to my knowledge)
not exactly (follows a negative statement to reinforce)
I mean (to correct a misstatement)
no matter how much (verb)... (triggers subjunctive)
que yo sepa
as far as I know (to my knowledge)
que digamos
not exactly (follows a negative statement to reinforce)
Idiomatic expressions in Spanish
a lo mejor
acabar de + infinitive
al fin y al cabo
al menos
maybe
to have just done
at the end of the day
at least
a lo mejor
maybe
acabar de + infinitive
to have just done
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idiomatic expressions (Spanish)
dar con
darle cuerda a
dar de beber/comer
darse cuenta de
to run into, to find
to wind up something
to give a drink/food to
to realize
dar con
to run into, to find
darle cuerda a
to wind up something
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AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
así es que
así, así
cada vez
cada vez más
so
so-so
each time
more and more
así es que
so
así, así
so-so
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Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Es mejor dar que recibir.
Metí la pata.
Más vale pájaro en mano que cien volan…
En boca cerrada, no entran moscas.
It is better to give than receive.
I put my foot in my mouth.
Better a bird in hand than two in a bush.
A closed mouth gathers no flies.
Es mejor dar que recibir.
It is better to give than receive.
Metí la pata.
I put my foot in my mouth.
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IB Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
dar a + article + noun
darse prisa
a la vez
hacer una pregunta
to face, to look out on
to hurry
at the same time
to ask a question
dar a + article + noun
to face, to look out on
darse prisa
to hurry
Spanish 4 Idiomatic Expressions
a ciegas
a escondidas
a la fuerza
a lo loco
blindly
secretly
by force
in a crazy way
a ciegas
blindly
a escondidas
secretly
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Spanish Idiomatic Expressions from 10/5
Tratar de (infinitivo)
o sea
Llegar a ser
Ponerse
To try to (infinitive)
In other words
To become
To become (emotional)
Tratar de (infinitivo)
To try to (infinitive)
o sea
In other words
Spanish idiomatic expressions
Se me puso la piel de gallina
Estar loco como una cabra
Tomar el toro por los cuernos
Matar dos pajaritos con un tiro
I got goosebumps
You're crazier than a goat
Grab the bull by the horns
Kill two birds with one stone
Se me puso la piel de gallina
I got goosebumps
Estar loco como una cabra
You're crazier than a goat
Spanish 3 Idiomatic Expressions Review Chapter 5
por lo tanto
además de
como si fuera
tener en cuenta
therefore
as well as
as if it were
to keep in mind
por lo tanto
therefore
además de
as well as
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Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
consultar con la almohada
decirle cuatro verdades
no decir ni pio
las paredes oyen
to sleep on it
to say things clearly
not talk at all (keep a secret)
walls have ears
consultar con la almohada
to sleep on it
decirle cuatro verdades
to say things clearly
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AS Spanish Idiomatic expressions
basta decir que
bastar
basta saber que
¡basta ya de tonterías!
it's sufficient to say that
to be sufficient
it's enough to know that
That's enough nonsense
basta decir que
it's sufficient to say that
bastar
to be sufficient
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Idiomatic Expressions (5/8)
avoir peur de
faire mal à
faire semblant de
faire ses adieux
to be scared of
to hurt someone
to pretend
to say good-bye
avoir peur de
to be scared of
faire mal à
to hurt someone
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Spanish II - Work Unit 5 - Idiomatic Expressions
a caballo
a eso de
a fines de
a mano
on horseback
at about, around
around the end of
by hand
a caballo
on horseback
a eso de
at about, around
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Idiomatic Expressions and Proverbs (Spanish)
a fines de
dar las gracias
dar por entendido
dejar un recado
around the end of
to thank
to considerate it understood
to leave a message
a fines de
around the end of
dar las gracias
to thank
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Sp 5 Idiomatic Expressions
no sirve(n) para nada
¿de veras?
A ver
dejar plantado
it is a piece of junk
really?
let's see
to stand someone up
no sirve(n) para nada
it is a piece of junk
¿de veras?
really?
Spanish transition and idiomatic expressions for unit 5
Junto con
En realidad
Por último
En particular
Along with
Actually
Finally
In particular
Junto con
Along with
En realidad
Actually
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Idiomatic expressions #5
de par en par
de pie
de prisa
de pronto
wide open
standing
in a hurry
suddenly
de par en par
wide open
de pie
standing
28 terms
AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Tener éxito
Hacer caso a
Casarse con
Pensar en
To be successful
To pay attention to
To marry
To think about
Tener éxito
To be successful
Hacer caso a
To pay attention to
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Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Me Cae(n) Fatal
Me Mola(n)
Me Encanta(n)
Me Da Lo Mismo
To Hate
To Love (Something is the best thing in the world to you)
To Love
Indifference, "Either One" (There must be a choice between mu…
Me Cae(n) Fatal
To Hate
Me Mola(n)
To Love (Something is the best thing in the world to you)
55 terms
Sp 5 Idiomatic Expressions
no sirve(n) para nada
¿de veras?
A ver
dejar plantado
it is a piece of junk
really?
let's see
to stand someone up
no sirve(n) para nada
it is a piece of junk
¿de veras?
really?
18 terms
Spanish Idiomatic Expressions 2
hacer la vista gorda
perder algo de vista (meta, objectivo…
llama la atención por su original diseño
ponte algo menos llamativo
to turn a blind eye
to lose sight of something (goal, main objective)
the originality of the design is striking
put on something less conspicuous (flamboyant)
hacer la vista gorda
to turn a blind eye
perder algo de vista (meta, objectivo…
to lose sight of something (goal, main objective)
30 terms
5.2 idiomatic expressions
J'ai besoin de...
J'ai envie de...
J'ai l'intention de....
avoir lieu
...
...
...
...
J'ai besoin de...
...
J'ai envie de...
...
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AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Tener éxito
Hacer caso a
Casarse con
Pensar en
To be successful
To pay attention to
To marry
To think about
Tener éxito
To be successful
Hacer caso a
To pay attention to
170 terms
AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Dar a + noun
dar con
dar cuerda
dar gritos
to face, to look out on something
to run into
to wind
to shout, to scream
Dar a + noun
to face, to look out on something
dar con
to run into
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AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
dar a
dar con
dar a conocer
dar cuerda
to face, look out on
to run into, collide with
to make known
to wind (up)
dar a
to face, look out on
dar con
to run into, collide with
30 terms
Idiomatic Expressions 5
tomar el pelo
tomar medidas
tomar nota
a duras penas
kid, pull someone's leg
take steps
take note, write down
with great difficulty, the hard way
tomar el pelo
kid, pull someone's leg
tomar medidas
take steps
13 terms
Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
Me estás tomando el pelo.
El trabajo es pan comido.
Mi amigo no tiene pelos en la lengua.
Tiré la casa por la ventana cuando com…
You're pulling my leg.... (Tomar el pelo)
The job is a piece of cake.... (Ser pan comido)
My friend tells it how it is.... (No tener pelos en la lengua)
I spared no expense when I bought my new car.... (Tirar la casa…
Me estás tomando el pelo.
You're pulling my leg.... (Tomar el pelo)
El trabajo es pan comido.
The job is a piece of cake.... (Ser pan comido)
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Spanish 4- Idiomatic Expressions
Por dios
Por cierto
Por poco
Por eso
for God's sake
by the way
almost, nearly
therefore
Por dios
for God's sake
Por cierto
by the way
Idiomatic expressions Spanish
Dar un paseo
Dar una vuelta
Dar las gracias
Tener calor/frio
To go for a walk
To go for a stroll
To thank
To be (feel) hot, warm, cold
Dar un paseo
To go for a walk
Dar una vuelta
To go for a stroll
14 terms
Idiomatic Expressions Spanish
Tener miedo
Tener hambre
Tener sed
Tener sueño
to have fear
to have hunger
to have thirst
to have tiredness
Tener miedo
to have fear
Tener hambre
to have hunger
Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
por aquí
por casualidad
por desgracia
por dios
around here
accidentally
unfortunately
good heavens
por aquí
around here
por casualidad
accidentally
45 terms
AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
echar la culpa
echar de menos a alguien
estar a punto de
darse cuenta de
to blame
to miss someone
to be about to
to realize that
echar la culpa
to blame
echar de menos a alguien
to miss someone
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Idiomatic expressions in spanish
tener hambre
tener prisa
tener calor
tener frío
to be hungry
to be in a hurry
to be hot
to be cold
tener hambre
to be hungry
tener prisa
to be in a hurry
AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
dar a
dar con
dar a conocer
dar cuerda
to face, to look out on
to run into
to make known
to wind (up)
dar a
to face, to look out on
dar con
to run into
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idiomatic expressions spanish
dar a conocer
estar al día
hacer hincapié
echar la culpa
to make known
up to date
to emphasize
to blame
dar a conocer
to make known
estar al día
up to date
46 terms
AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
A la larga
A menudo
A mi parecer
A propósito de
In the long run
Often, frequently
In my opinion
By the way
A la larga
In the long run
A menudo
Often, frequently
Idiomatic Expressions AP Spanish
dar a
dar con
dar una vuelta
echar(se) a perder
to face, to look out on
to run into
to take a walk
to spoil, to ruin, to lose its good taste
dar a
to face, to look out on
dar con
to run into
Idiomatic Expressions Spanish
Dar un paseo
Dar una vuelta
Dar las gracias
Tener calor/frío
To go for a walk
To go for a stroll
To thank
To be (feel) hot, warm, cold
Dar un paseo
To go for a walk
Dar una vuelta
To go for a stroll
84 terms
Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
dar con
dar cuerda
dar la hora
dar un paseo (una vuelta) en coche
to run into
to wind (up)
to strike (the hour)
to go for a ride
dar con
to run into
dar cuerda
to wind (up)
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Idiomatic Expressions (Spanish)
Tener frío
Tener calor
Tener vergüenza
Tener hambre
to be cold
to be hot
to be ashamed
to be hungry
Tener frío
to be cold
Tener calor
to be hot
10 terms
French 5 Idiomatic Expressions
être comme un balai
ça me gonfle
avoir un pet travers
crâcher dans la soupe
to be idiotic
this is annoying me
to be grumpy
to be ungrateful
être comme un balai
to be idiotic
ça me gonfle
this is annoying me
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Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
hacer caso de
estar al dia
hacer hincapié en
tocarle a uno
to pay attention
to be current, to keep up to date
to emphasize, to stress
to be ones turn
hacer caso de
to pay attention
estar al dia
to be current, to keep up to date
spanish (idiomatic expressions)
en seguida
hacer diligencias
toman el pelo
pasarlo bien
ill be right back
to run errands
pull my leg
to have a good time
en seguida
ill be right back
hacer diligencias
to run errands
117 terms
AP Spanish Idiomatic Expressions
dar a
dar con
dar cuerda a
dar de beber
to face
come upon
to wind a clock
to give a drink to
dar a
to face
dar con
come upon
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