Black Friday 2021 – Spanish Vocabulary

What is the most popular Spanish vocabulary of Black Friday 2021?. Black Friday is the first day to start shopping for Christmas. On this day all retailers, private sellers, department stores among others, put their products at a discount. Black Friday is characterized by having the products on sale to massively attract all consumers either online or in a physical store.

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Black Friday 2021 – English to Spanish

The 42 most popular words and phrases on Black Friday in English and Spanish:

Black Friday 2021 - Spanish Vocabulary
  1. Black Friday – Viernes Negro
  2. consumers – consumidores
  3. shops – tiendas
  4. shopping centres – centros comerciales
  5. outlets – establecimientos de descuento
  6. shopping – ir de compras
  7. offers – ofertas
  8. discounts – descuentos
  9. promotions – promociones
  10. purchase – comprar
  11. products – productos
  12. impulse purchase – compra por impulso
  13. sales – rebajas
  14. price reduction o price cut – reducción o bajada del precio
  15. price tag – etiqueta del precio
  16. coupon o voucher – cupón de descuento
  17. payment – pago del producto
  18. bargain – ganga
  19. big discounts – grandes descuentos
  20. out of business – cierre del negocio
  21. sales clearance – liquidación
  22. stock – existencias
  23. Cyber Monday – Lunes Cibernético
  24. e-commerce – comercio electrónico
  25. online shops – tiendas en línea
  26. outlets online – venden productos con descuento en Internet
  27. marketplaces – tiendas online donde varias empresas ofrecen sus productos
  28. marketplace – mercado virtual
  29. e-mail marketing – mercadeo por correo electrónico
  30. social media – redes sociales
  31. online advertising – publicidad en Internet
  32. business-to-consumer – negocio a consumidor
  33. home – página de inicio
  34. landing page – página de aterrizaje
  35. product description – descripción del producto
  36. call-to-action – llamada a la acción
  37. cross selling – compra de productos relacionados
  38. upselling – compra de productos superiores
  39. payment method – forma de pago
  40. order confirmation -confirmación del pedido
  41. messenger – mensajero
  42. delivery – entrega, o envío

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Fish in Spanish

Types of Fish in Spanish

Learn to name ‘the types of fish in Spanish’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

types of fish in Spanish

Note:
A “pez” is a fish in the sea but “pescado” is the fish that we eat.

A fillet of Hake – Un filete de merluza
A slice/round of Salmon – Una rodaja de Salmón
Anchovies – Anchoas
Monkfish or Angler Fish Cheeks – Cachetes de Rape
Baby squid – Chipirón
Barbel – El barbo común
Bass – Lubina
Blue whiting – Bacaladilla
Bonefish – Macabí
Chameleas – Chirlas
Clams – Almejas
Cockles – Berberechos
Cod – Bacalao
Cod cheeks – cococha de bacalao
Crab – Cangrejo
Crayfish – Cangrejo de río
Croaker / Corvina – Corvina
Cuttlefish – Sepia
Dogfish – Cazón
Dover Sole – Lenguado
Dried salted Tuna – Mojama
Eel – Anguila
Fish – Pescado
Fish fingers – Bastoncitos de pescado

eels in Spanish


Flying fish – Pez volador
Gilt Head Bream – Dorada
Haddock – Róbalo
Hake – Merluza
Herring – Arenque
Herring Hake – Pijotas de costa / cariocas
Horse Mackerel – Jurel
John Dory – Pez de San Pedro
John Dory – Pez gallo
King Prawn – Gambas
Kingklip / Red Hake – Rosada
Kipper (smoked herring) – arenque ahumado
Lobster – Langosta, Bogavante
Mackerel – Caballa
Monkfish – Rape
Mussels – Mejillones
Needle Fish – Pez Aguja
Octopus – Pulpo
Oysters – Ostras
Perch – Perca
Pipefish – Agujas
Plaice – pez platija
Pollack – Abadejo
Pompano / Jack – Palometa
Razor clams – Navajas
Red mullet – Barbo de mar
Red mullet – Salmonete
Roe – Huevas
Roll Mop Herring – Filete de arenque encurtido

 

tuna in Spanish

Salmon – Salmón
Salt cod – Bacalao en salazón
Sardines – Sardinas
Sardines in marinade – Sardinas en escabeche
Scallop – Vieira
Scampi – Gambas rebozadas
Sea Bass – Lubina
the Sea Bream- el Besugo
Sea Urchin – Erizo de mar
Seafood – Mariscos
Shark – Tiburón
Shellfish – Marisco de concha
Shrimps – Gambas
Skipjack tuna – Bonito
Sole – Lenguado
Squid – Calamares
Squid rings – Anillos de calamares
Squids – Calamares
Swordfish – Pez espada / Emperador
Trout – Trucha
Tuna – Atún
Turbot – Rodaballo
Whitebait – boquerones

 
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Types of Flowers in Spanish

How Do You Name the Flowers in Spanish?

Learn to name ‘the types of flowers in Spanish’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

una violeta africana– an African violet

una buganvilla– a bougainvillea

un clavel– a carnation

la flor de cerezo– cherry blossom

un crisantemo– a chrysanthemum

un aciano– a cornflower

un narciso– a daffodil

una dalia– a dahlia

una margarita– a daisy

un diente de león– a dandelion

un delfinio– a delphinium

una dedalera, una digital– a foxglove

una fucsia– a fuchsia

una fresiaa freesia

un geranio– a geranium

un gladiolo– a gladiolus (plural: gladioli)

el brezo– heather

una malvarrosa– a hollyhock

la madreselva– honeysuckle

un jacinto– a hyacinth

un lirio– an iris

un jazmín– a jasmine

una espuela de caballero– a larkspur

una lavanda, un espliego– a lavender

una lila– a lilac

un lirio de los valles, un muguete- a lily-of-the-valley

una caléndula- a marigold

una capuchina- a nasturtium

las flores de azahar- orange blossom

rose in Spanish

una orquídea- an orchid

un pensamiento- a pansy

un polemonio- a phlox

una prímula- a polyanthus

una amapola- a poppy

una prímula, una primavera- a primula

una rosa- a rose

un dragón, una boca de dragón- a snapdragon

una campanilla de invierno- a snowdrop

el/un alhelí- stock, a wall flower

un girasol- a sunflower

un guisante de olor- a sweet pea

la minutisa- sweet william

un tulipán- a tulip

una viola- a viola

una violeta- a violet

una glicina- a wisteria

 

 

Parts Of A Flower

el tallo– stem

un pétalo– a petal

el polen– pollen

una espina– a thorn

una raíz– a root

un brote– a shoot

un capullo(Note this is also a slang word for idiot)– a bud

 

Flower Vocabulary

una flor silvestre– a wild flower

una flor cultivada- a garden flower

un ramo de flores- a bunch of flowers

un ramillete- a posy, a spray

un ramo de flores-a bouquet

una flor que se lleva en el ojal- a buttonhole

las flores- blossom

florecer- to bloom, to flower

estar en plena floración- to be in full bloom

estar en flor- to be in flower

cortar, coger- to pick

podar- to prune


flower in Spanish

regar- to water

un florero- a vase

una maceta- a flowerpot

un arriate- a flowerbed

un arreglo de flores- a flower arrangement

bianual- biennial

anual- annual

perenne, vivaz- perennial

una malahierba, un hierbajo- a weed

un esqueje- a cutting

el estiércol- manure

el abono orgánico / el compost- compost

una floristería- a florist’s / a flower shop

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Tools in Spanish Translation

Tools in Spanish

Learn to name ‘the tools in Spanish translation’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

tools in Spanish, tape in Spanish, hammer in Spanish

List of Tools in Spanish Translation:

unas herramientastools

una ferreteríaa hardware shop

el bricolajeDIY (do-it-yourself)

una droguería store selling cleaning materials and other household goods

un martilloa hammer

un mazoa mallet

una sierraa saw

una sierra de metalesa hacksaw

una llavea spanner

una llave inglesaan adjustable spanner

un destornilladora screwdriver

un clavoa nail

un tornilloa screw

pliers in Spanish

una limaa file

el papel de lijasandpaper

unos alicatespliers (pair of)

un nivela level

un escoplo; un formóna chisel (wood)

un cincela chisel (stone)

un cortafríoa cold chisel

un taladroa drill

una brocaa drill bit

escuadra, unaa square

unos cortaalambreswirecutters

unas tenazaspincers

un metroa metre rule

una reglaa ruler

un calibradora pair of callipers

un cepillo de carpinteroa plane

un torno de bancoa vice

un cárcela clamp

una escobaa broom

una hachaan axe

una carracaa ratchet

wrench in Spanish

un encajea socket

un pincela paintbrush (small)

una brochaa paintbrush (large)

un soldadora soldering-iron

una espátulaa scraper

un sopletea blowtorch

un destornillador de estrellaa Phillips head screwdriver

un granetea center punch

un cúttera Stanley knife

 

Tools Most Useful Verbs

cortarto cut

destornillarto unscrew

martillarto hammer

golpearto hit

barnizarto varnish

pintarto paint

serrarto saw

How to say tool in Spanish?

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Workplace in Spanish Translation

How to say workplace in Spanish?

Learn to name ‘the workplace in Spanish translation’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

Workplace Words in Spanish

Workplace in Spanish Translation Vocabulary:

el empleo (ehl ehm-pleh-oh) (the job; employment)

presentarse (preh-sehn-tahr-seh) (to go to be present at some place; to introduce oneself)

la entrevista (lah ehn-treh-bvees-tah) (the interview)

el personal (ehl pehr-soh-nahl) (the staff; the personnel)

 
workplace in Spanish

el ascensor (ehl ah-sehn-sohr) (the elevator)

elpasillo (ehl pah-see-yoh) (the corridor; the aisle)

la cita (lah see-tah) (the appointment; the date [as in going on a date with someone])

la secretaria (lah seh-kreh-tah-reeah) (the female secretary)

el secretario (ehl seh-kreh-tah-reeoh) (the male secretary)

gerencial (Heh-rehn-see-ahl) (managerial)

la carta (lah kahr-tah) (the letter)

la recomendación (lah reh-koh-mehn-dah-see-ohn) (the recommendation)

la computadora (lah kohm-poo-tah–doh-rah) (the computer)

la captura (lah kahp-too-rah) (the capture [in computer speak: processing])

programar (proh-grah-mahr) (to program; to make software)

jobs in Spanish speaking countries

​el programa (ehl proh-grah-mah) (the software)

el archivo (ehl ahr-chee-bvoh) (the file)

la base de datos (lah bvah-seh de dah-tohs) (the database)

imprimir (eem-pree-meer) (to print)

teclear (tehk-leh-ahr) (to type)

el teclado (ehl tehk-lah-doh) (the keyboard)

el compromise (ehl kohm-proh-mee-soh) (the commitment; the engagement; plans)

el informe (ehl een-fohr-meh) (the report)

  

Read more about the jobs in Spanish:

Jobs in Spanish | Audio Lesson

Jobs in Spanish | Quizlet #1

Jobs in Spanish | Quizlet #2

Spanish for Jobs

Bank Terms in Spanish

How do you say bank terms in Spanish?

Learn to name ‘the bank terms in Spanish’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

Banking Terms in Spanish

List of bank terms in Spanish:

Documentos personales (Personal documents)

la cédula (el documento, el carné) de identidad – ID card
la partida de nacimiento – birth certificate
la partida de defunción – death certificate
el carné de conducir – driver’s license
el pasaporte – passport

bank in Spanish, banking in Spanish

 

Documentos comerciales (Business documents)

el cheque – check
el talonario de cheques – checkbook
la tarjeta de crédito – credit card
el cajero automático – ATM
la cuenta de ahorros – savings account
la letra de cambio – bill of exchange
la póliza de seguro – insurance policy
el contrato – contract
la factura – invoice, bill
el recibo – receipt


Expresiones del sistema financiero (Expressions from the Financial system)

paperwork in Spanish, How do you say bank in Spanish, Spanish Banking Terms Dictionary

la cuenta bancaria / corriente – current account
la inversión – investment
el ingreso – deposit
el reintegro – withdrawal
el crédito – credit
el cargo – expense
la deuda – debt
el acreedor – creditor
el deudor – debtor
el préstamo – loan
el interés – interest
el fiador – guarantor
el cobro – collection, charge
el saldo – balance (account)
el déficit – deficit
la orden de pago – pay order

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PC Abbreviations List in Spanish

PC Abbreviations List in Spanish

How to name the pc abbreviations in Spanish?

Learn to name ‘the pc abbreviations list in Spanish’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

English – Spanish

/-barra

:-dos puntos

@ (at)-arroba

address book-Libreta de direcciones

answer questions-responder a preguntas

attached files-archivos adjuntos

back (the name of the back button)-Atrás, Regresar

bandwidth-ancho de banda

banner-banner

bold-negrita

bookmark-Favorito, marcador

box (a little box on web forms)-casilla

browser (the programme)-navegador, explorador de Web

button-botón

check the box-marcar la casilla

choose (imperative)-elija

click (imperative)-haga clic (usted) haz clic (tú)

credit card-tarjeta de crédito

cyberspace-ciberespacio (m)

dadivase-base de datos

digital signature-firma digital

dot com-punto com

download-bajar, descargar, hacer un download, bajar archivos, capturar, copiar

drag-arrastrar

drop (as in drag and drop)-pegar

drop down list, drop down menu, pop-up menu-menu desplegable

email address-dirección de correo electrónico

encrypted mail-correo cifrado

FAQ (frequently asked questions)-preguntas más frecuentes, preguntas formuladas frecuentemente

file transfer-transferencia de ficheros

folder-carpeta

form-formulario

Forward (the name of the forward button)-adelante

frames: (as in frames pages)-marcos

guestbook-libro de visitas

handle (nickname)-apodo

homepage-página principal, página inicial

hyperlink-hiperenlace

icon-ícono

inbox-bandeja de entrada

ISP-proveedor de servicios Internet (also ISP)

keyboard-teclado

keyword-palabra clave

laptop computer-equipo portátil

link-enlace, vínculo

loop-bucle

lurker-mirón

lurking-fisgoneo, mironeo

message headings-encabezados de mensajes

modem-módem

motor de búsqueda-search engine

mouse-ratón

mouse button-botón del ratón

mouse pad-alfombrilla de ráton

netiquette-etiqueta de la red, etiqueta de Internet

network-red

newsgroup-grupo de noticias

newsgroup-grupo de noticias

on-line auctions-subastas on-line

outbox-bandeja de salida

outgoing messages-mensajes salientes

password-contraseña

preferences-preferencias

public domain-dominio publico

real time chat-charla en tiempo real

reply to all-Responder a todos

rough copy-borrador

run (execute)-ejecutar

save-guardar

secure server-servidor seguro

secure web site-sitio Web seguro

sent box (in email programme)-elementos enviados

shopping cart-carro de la compra

SPAM (unwanted messages)-mensajes no deseados

stop (the stop button on the browser)-detener

store-almacenar

subject (of an email message)-asunto

subscribe-suscribirse

surf-navegar

template-plantilla

the clipboard-Portapapeles

the internet-internet (note that they don’t use “el” before)

the little padlock you see on secure web sites.-icono de cerradura

the person a message is sent to-destinatario

the place (where something is kept)-la ubicación

to attach (to emails)-adjuntar

to compose/write some text-redactar

to go back-regresar

to manage or look after.-gestionar

toolbar-barra de herramientas

trash, deleted items (in email programme)-elementos
eliminados

updated, update, an update-actualizado, actualizar, una actualización

upload (verb)-subir, cargar, copiar

user name-nombre de usuario

web page-página Web

web page address, url-dirección de una página web, url

web site, site-sitio web, sitio

word wrap-retorno automático de la palabra

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Text Message Abbreviations in Spanish

Text Message Abbreviations | What are popular texting abbreviations?

Learn to name ‘the Text Message Abbreviations in Spanish’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

Text Message Abbreviation in Spanish

ASAP- As soon as – Possible cuanto antes, mejor

BRB – Be right back – Vuelvo en seguida

LMAO  – Laughing my ass off – Me muero de risa / partirse de la risa

LOL – Laughing out loud – Reírse en voz alta

NP – No problem – Sin Problema / No hay Problema

OMG – Oh my God – Ay Dios Mio

BFN – Bye for now – Hasta luego / Adiós por ahora

NOYB – None of your business – No es asunto tuyo

ETA – Estimated Time Of Arrival – Hora estimada de llegada

IMO – In my opinion – En mi opinión

IOW – In other words  – En otras palabras

ROFL: Rolling on floor laughing – Rodando por el suelo riendo

STFU: Shut the *swear word!* up – ¡Cierra la * palabrota! *

ICYMI: In case you missed it – Por si te lo perdiste

TL;DR: Too long, didn’t read – Demasiado tiempo, no se leyó

LMK: Let me know – Avísame

NVM: Nevermind – No importa

TGIF: Thank goodness it’s Friday – Gracias a Dios que es viernes

TBH: To be honest – Para ser honesto

TBF: To be frank – Para ser franco

RN: Right now  – Ahora mismo

QOTD: Quote of the day – Cita del día

OOTD: Outfit of the day – Atuendo del día

BRB: Be right back – Vuelvo enseguida

BTW: By the way –  Por cierto

LOL: Laugh out loud – Reír a carcajadas

TTYL: Talk to you later – Hablar contigo más tarde

HMU: Hit me up – Golpéame

FWIW: For what it’s worth – Por lo que vale

IMO: In my opinion – En mi opinión

IMHO: In my humble opinion – En mi sincera opinión

IDK: I don’t know – No lo sé

TBA: To be announced – Por anunciar

TBD: To be decided – Por decidir

sms abbreviation

 

Business text abbreviations

EOD: End of day – Final del día

FAQ: Frequently asked question – Pregunta más frecuente

AKA: Also known as – También conocido como

ASAP: As soon as possible – Lo antes posible, tan pronto como sea posible

DIY: Do it yourself – Hazlo tu mismo

LMGTFY: Let me Google that for you – Déjame buscarlo en Google

NP: No problem – No hay problema

N/A: Not applicable or not available – No aplica o no disponible

OOO: Out of office – Fuera de la oficina

TIA: Thanks in advance – Gracias de antemano

Romantic text abbreviations

ILY: I love you – Te amo

MCM: Man crush Monday – Hombre enamorado el lunes

WCW: Woman crush Wednesday – Mujer enamorada miércoles

BF: Boyfriend – Novio

GF: Girlfriend – Novia

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Religions in Spanish

Religions in Spanish and English

Religions in Spanish Translation

Learn to name ‘the religions in Spanish’. Study basic topics, memorize some important words and phrases in Spanish. Read more about the Spanish language with online lessons.

 

What is religion?

Religion is understood to be a set of beliefs, behaviors and cultural, ethical and social values, through which a human group shares a vision of the world and of existence, and is linked to an idea of   the sacred, the transcendent, that is, they give meaning and value to the experience of living.

major religion in Spanish, to go Spanish

 

Religions played a key role in the earliest stages of human civilization, as matrices of a moral, ethical, social or political code, and even of an exercise of law (jurisprudence), through which each human civilization built its lifestyle and its specific concept of duty, all under the idea that there would be one or more vigilant gods, capable of giving terrible punishment or just reward.
 
On the other hand, religions provided man with a method to inherit to his descendants a sense of community and belonging, as well as a specific belief in relation to the creation of the world, of life, and of what happens after death.
 
Most religions hold dogmas regarding these momentous issues and are based on the teachings of a founding prophet, usually contained in a holy book (such as the Bible, the Koran, etc.).
 
There are an estimated 4000 different religions in the world, and each has its communion rites, its sacred places of pilgrimage, its symbols of faith and its mythology and conception of the divine.
 
In many cases this means a pantheon of deities, in others an abstract and omnipresent entity. The majority, however, profess the faith as one of their highest values, and distinguishes the followers of their philosophy from the practitioners of other creeds or, also, from those who profess none (called atheists or agnostics).

How to name the religions in Spanish?

List of religions in Spanish and English 

Anglicanismo- Anglicanism 
Baha’i – Baha’i 
Brahamanismo – Brahmanism 
Budismo – Buddhism 
Calvinismo – Calvinism 
Caodaísmo – Caodaism 
Catolicismo – Catholicism 
Confucianismo – Confucianism 
Cristianismo – Christianity 
Espiritismo – Spiritism 
Gnosticismo – Gnosticism
Hinduismo – Hinduism 
Islamismo – Islam 
Jainismo – Jainism 
Judaísmo – Judaism 
Luteranismo – Lutheranism 
Neopaganismo – Neo-Paganism 
No Religioso – Nonreligius 
Protestantismo – Protestantism 
Rastafarianismo – Rastafarianism 
Religión Africana Tradicional Y Diáspora – Traditional African And Diaspora
Religión Tradicional China – Chinese Traditional Religion
Religiones Indígenas (Chamanismo) – Indigenous Religions Shamanism
Shintoísmo – Shintoism 
Sijismo – Sikhism
Taoísmo – Taoism 
Unitarismo  – Unitarian
Universalista  – Universalism 
Zoroastrismo – Zoroastrianism