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Spanish Words that Start with S

Spanish Words that Start with S

 

Spanish Words that Start with S | Spanish Alphabet

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Spanish Words that Start with S

S   sol – sun

sábado (el ) (SA ba do) n. – Saturday

sábana (la) (SA ba na) n. – sheet

sabelotodo (el, la) (sa be lo TO do) n. – know-it-all

saber (sa BER) v. – to know (facts or information) saber + infinitive to know how to do something

sabio, a (SA byo) adj. – wise

sabio, a (el, la) n. – wise person

sacar (sa CAR) v. – to obtain, to get; to take out

sacar fotos  v. – to take pictures

saco (el ) (SA co) n. – sports coat, jacket; sack

sal (la) (SAL) n. – salt

sala (la) (SA la) n. – living room

sala de clase (la) n. – classroom

salchicha (la) (sal CHEE cha) n. – sausage

salida (la) (sa LEE da) n. – exit

salir (sa LEER) v. – to leave, to exit; to log out

saltamontes (el ) (sal ta MON tes) n. – grasshopper

saltar (sal TAR) v. – to jump, to leap

.salud (la) (sa LUD) n. – health

saludar (sal u DAR) v. – to greet

salvar (sal BAR) v. – to save, to rescue

salvavidas (el ) (sal ba BEE das) n. – lifesaver, life jacket

sandalia (la) (san DA lya) n. – sandal

sandía (la) (san DEE a) n. – watermelon

sangre (la) (SAN gre) n. – blood

sano y salvo (SA no EE SAL bo) coll.  – safe and sound

sapo (el ) (SA po) n. – toad

sardina (la) (sar DEE na) n. – sardine

sartén (la) (sar TEN) n. – frying pan

sastre (el ) (SAS tre) n. – tailor

secadora (la) (se ca DO ra) n. – dryer

secar (se CAR) v. – to dry

secarse v. – to dry oneself

seco, a (SE co) adj. – dry

secretario, a (el, la) (se cre TA ryo) n. – secretary

secreto (el ) (se CRE to) n. – secret

secundario, a (se cun DA ryo) adj. – secondary

efecto secundario (el ) n. – side effect

sed (la) (SED) n. – thirst

seguir (se GEER) v. – to follow

según (se GUN) prep. – according to

segundo, a (se GUN do) adj. – second

segundo (el ) n. – second

seguro, a (se GU ro) adj. – safe, sure

 sello (el ) (SE yo) n. – stamp; seal

selva (la) (SEL ba) n. – jungle

selva tropical n. – rain forest

semáforo (el ) (se MA fo ro) n. – traffic light

semana (la) (se MA na) n. – week

sencillo, a (sen SEE yo) adj. – simple; easy

sendero (el ) (sen DE ro) n. – path, trail

sentado, a (sen TA do) adj. – seated

sentarse (sen TAR se) v. – to sit down

sentimiento (el ) (sen tee MYEN to) n. – feeling, emotion

sentir (sen TEER) v. – to feel; to regret

sentirse  v. – to feel (be)

 señalar (se nya LAR) v. – to point, to indicate

señor (el ) (se NYOR) n. – Mr.; gentleman

señora (la) (se NYO ra) n. – Mrs.; lady

 señorita (la) (se nyo REE ta) n. – Miss; young lady

septiembre (el ) (sep TYEM bre) n. – September

ser  (SER) v. – to be

serio, a (SE ryo) adj. – serious

serpiente (la) (ser PYEN te) n. – snake, serpent

servicio (el ) (ser BEE syo) n. – service

servilleta (la) (ser bee YE ta) n. – napkin

servir (ser BEER) v. – to serve

si  (SEE) conj. – if

sí  adv. – yes

siempre (SYEM pre) adv. – always

sierra (la) (SYE rra) n. – sierra, mountain range

siglo (el ) (SEE glo) n. – century

siguiente (see GYEN te) adj. – next (following)

silbar (seel BAR) v. – to whistle

silencio (el ) (see LEN syo) n. – silence

silencioso, a (see len SYO so) adj. – quiet, silent

silla (la) (SEE ya) n. – chair

silla de montar n. – saddle

sillón (el ) (see YON) n. – armchair

símbolo (el ) (SEEM bo lo) n. – symbol; emblem

simpático, a (seem PA tee co) adj. – nice, pleasant

sin (SEEN) prep. – without

sitio (el ) (SEE tyo) n. – place, site

situación (la) (see tu a SYON)  n. – situation

 sobre (SO bre) prep. – on, on top of

sobre (el ) n. – envelope

sobre todo  coll.  – above all

sobrino (el ) (so BREE no) n. – nephew

sobrina (la) n. – niece

sofá (el ) (so FA) n. – couch

sol (el ) (SOL)  n. – sun

solamente (so la MEN te) adv. – only

soldado (el ) (sol DA do) n. – soldier

solo, a (SO lo) adj. – alone

sólo  adv. – only

sombra (la) (SOM bra) n. – shadow, shade

sombrero (el ) (som BRE ro) n. – hat

sombrilla (la) (som BREE ya) n. – parasol; beach umbrella

sonar (so NAR) v. – to ring, to sound

sonreír (son rre EER) v. – to smile

soñar (so NYAR) v. – to dream

soñar despierto, a v. – to daydream

soñar con v. – to dream about

sopa (la) (SO pa) n. – soup

sordo, a (SOR do) adj. – deaf

sordo, a (el, la) n. – deaf person

sorprendente (sor pren DEN te) adj. – surprising

sorprender (sor pren DER) v. – to surprise

sorprenderse to be surprised

sorpresa (la) (sor PRE sa) n. – surprise

sótano (el ) (SO ta no) n. – basement

su (SU) adj. – your; his; her; its; their

suave (SWA be) adj. – smooth; soft

suavemente (swa be MEN te) adv. – softly; smoothly

subibaja (el ) (su bee BA ha) n. – seesaw

subir (su BEER) v. – to go up; to climb

sucio, a (SU syo) adj. – dirty Nadie

suegro (el ) (SWE gro) n. – father-in-law

suegra (la) n. – mother-in-law

suegros (los) n. – in-laws

 suelo (el ) (SWE lo) n. – floor

suerte (la) (SWER te) n. – luck

suéter (el ) (SWE ter) n. – sweater

sumar (su MAR) v. – to add

supermercado (el ) (su per mer CA do) n. – supermarket

sur (el ) (SUR) n. – south

 

 

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