How to say goat in Spanish?

How to say goat in Spanish?

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Goat in Spanish = Cabra, Chivo How to translate goat in Spanish?. The goat is a domestic ruminant mammal, about a meter in height, light, firm, with short, rough, and often reddish hair, hollow and arched horns, large, angled, knotty, and turned back, with long hairs hanging from the jaw bottom with a very short tail. Likes to jump and climb and is generally found in mountainous areas What is a goat in Spanish? The female of this species is called "la cabra", and it is somewhat smaller than the male and sometimes without horns. Cabra (Capra aegagrus hircus) is also called "chiva". The goat has a role of great importance especially in the food industry for its meat and milk frequently used in the production of cheese, meat, skin, and…
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What in Spanish

What in Spanish

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 How to say what in Spanish?    Qué (What in Spanish) is a tonic word, by virtue of which it is written with a diacritical tilde. It can be used as an adjective, pronoun or adverb with interrogative or exclamative sense, depending on the case. ¿Qué? (What in Spanish?) Q: What is this? / ¿Qué es esto? A: This is a latinoamerican drink / Esto es una bebida latinoamericana.  Q: What day is it today? / ¿Qué día es hoy? A: Today is friday / Hoy es viernes.  Q: What time is it? /¿Qué hora es?A: It is 2pm / Son las 2 de la tarde Q: What is that ?/ ¿Qué es eso?A: That is a cat / Eso es un gato Q: What is meant by that? /¿Qué significa eso?A: It's means nothing / Eso significa nada Q: What do you…
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How to say yellow in Spanish?

How to say yellow in Spanish?

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Amarillo (Yellow)   How to translate yellow in Spanish?. The color amarillo has a curious meaning and symbolism since it is quite contradictory; on the one hand, it is associated with happiness, joy, and optimism, and on the other, with jealousy, envy, selfishness, and some diseases. Although many of us know how to distinguish yellow from other colors, not all of us know that there are more than 100 shades of this color.   "El color amarillo" means fun, intelligence, youth, beauty, betrayal, sensuality, creativity, optimism, joy, friendship, maturity.   Tip: The yellow color = El color amarillo Yellow is one of the primary colors, as it is not the result of any mixing. It is a light and luminous color, which is why it is associated with the sun; hence,…
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How to say queen in Spanish?

How to say queen in Spanish?

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Queen in Spanish Let's find out how to translate queen in Spanish. Reina: It is a term that has its etymological root in the Latin word regīna. "La reina" is the woman who married a king or who, in her own right, is in a position to exercise royal power.  Definition of Queen: 1- "La reina" is the woman who exercises the royal power in her own right, Queen Elizabeth I of England. The queen is the king's wife The king. Example: The queen Elizabeth is very powerful - La reina Elizabeth es muy poderosa   2- Queen, can be a woman, an animal, or a thing of the female gender that stands out from the rest of her class or species. Example: She is a queen - Ella es…
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English to Spanish Dict (M to R Verbs)

English to Spanish Dict (M to R Verbs)

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English to Spanish Dict | Translation (M to R Verbs)                             A to C     D to F     G to L   M to R   S to Z   M macerate    macerar magnetize    magnetizar magnify    magnificar maintain    mantener make    hacer make a bad marriage malcasarse      make a pact    pactar make a speech    discursar make a speech    perorar make a will, testament  testar    make agile    agilitar make an appointment    citar make an effort    esforzarse make angry    despechar make bitter    amargar    make breathless    desalentar make cheaper    abaratar make cheese    quesear      make clear    clarar      make deeper    ahondar      make even    nivelar      make…
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Spanish Dictionary T to Z

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Spanish Dictionary - Pronunciation (T -  Z) Spanish Dictionary T to Z. Learn the Spanish translation of verbs. Study basic Spanish words and phrases with online lessons. A to E    F to J     K to O     P to S     T to Z T televisor - TV tabaco (el ) (ta BA co) n. - tobacco El tabaco no es bueno para la salud. Tobacco is not good for your health. tacaño, a (ta CA nyo) adj. - stingy, cheap tal vez (tal BES) adv. - maybe; perhaps talento (el ) (ta LEN to) n. - talent talla (la) (TA ya) n. - size (clothing) tamaño (el ) (ta MA nyo) n. - size; dimension también (tam BYEN) adv. - also; too; as well tambor (el ) (tam BOR)…
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Muy Vs Mucho in Spanish

Muy Vs Mucho in Spanish

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Learn how to use Muy Vs Mucho in Spanish When to use muy vs mucho in Spanish?. In the Spanish language "muy" is an adverb and always goes before adjectives and other adverbs, on the other hand, "mucho", "mucha", "muchos", "muchas", are adjectives and are placed before nouns, although there are some exceptions.   I know that many of the students are hesitant to choose between: ¿Marta es muy hermosa? or ¿Marta es mucho hermosa? (Marta is very beautiful?) ¿Lucio es muy alto? or ¿Lucio es mucho alto? (Is Lucio very tall?) ¿Pedro tiene muy dinero? or ¿Pedro tiene mucho dinero? (Does Pedro have a lot of money?) ¿Matilde tiene muy que estudiar? or ¿Matilde tiene mucho que estudiar? (Does Matilde have a lot to study?) What is the difference…
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La Leña vs Leño in Spanish

La Leña vs Leño in Spanish

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Learn when to use La Leña vs Leño in Spanish What is the difference between la leña vs leño?. "La leña" and "el leño" both comes from the tree and therefore both are wood "madera".      Spanish Vocabulary:   leña - firewood leño - log of wood the wood - la madera the tree - el árbol   What is la leña?   "La leña" is a set of logs, branches, and pieces of wood "madera" used to make fire as fuel in a campfire, fireplace, heating, or similar uses.    "La leña" is the part of "el leño" that comes from trees or shrubs, of woody forests or agricultural plant species, which when cut up can be used for energy purposes.    For example:   Prepara la leña…
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Haber vs Tener in Spanish

Haber vs Tener in Spanish

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How to use Haber Vs Tener in Spanish? How and when to use haber vs tener in Spanish?. The main difference between the verb to have "haber" and the verb to have " tener" is that haber is an auxiliary verb and tener is a main verb. This said, haber and tener are closely related, because in the Middle Ages they were basically synonymous, and haber was normally used where today would be used tener.  The current difference is established in the Golden Age. Tener originally meant to hold, a meaning that it still maintains, but it did not have the meaning of possession, which was exclusive of haber, but already from the first centuries of the literary language tener begins to invade the land. semantic of haber, and little…
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Naranja vs Anaranjado in Spanish

Naranja vs Anaranjado in Spanish

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 When to use Naranja Vs Anaranjado? What is the difference between naranja vs anaranjado in Spanish?. Naranja or anaranjado are often used synonymously, although the color itself is "naranja". If something is "anaranjado" (or naranjado), it is that it has a color similar to that of "naranja" orange, or touches or shades of orange.    You can use "naranja" or "anaranjado" to refer to the color of something, they both mean "orange"   For example:  Tu vestido es naranja - Your dress is orange  Tu vestido es anaranjado - Your dress is orange    Here is the difference between naranja vs anaranjado in Spanish Now, specifically: When to use anaranjado? The "anaranjado" is used by the general when someone or something has the color on them.    For example:  Mi…
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