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tener ganas de
to feel like
hacer falta
to need, to lack
mas que
more than (e.g. Juan tiene mas libros que Maria)
mas de
more than (with numbers, e.g. Uds. tienen mas de tres horas)
por
in exchange for, in place of, per
para
to, in order to, for (purpose or use)
acordarse de
to remember
aquí lo tiene/ aquí los tiene
here it is/ here they are
al + infinitive
on, upon, or when doing something
deber + infinitive
should, must do something
hay que
one must/ has to
hay + noun + que + infinitive
Hay muchas cosas que comprar
en cuanto a
"as for" or "as far as ... is concerned"
unos quantos
a small amount, some
lo + adjective
abstract noun
lo dificil-the dificult thing
lo malo-the bad part
lo bueno-the good thing
lo extraño- the strange thing
el mismo que
the same as
past part. as a noun
el invitado-the guest (invited)
el herido-the wounded
el avanzado-the advanced
la informada-the informed
Yo mismo, te mismo, etc.
Myself, yourself, etc.
Mudarse de casa, apartamento
Change house, apartment
Mudar
change (ones clothes, residence)
caber
to fit
maletín
small suitcase, briefcase
ponerse nervioso
to get nervous
daño
damage
hacer daño
to harm, to be harmful
caerse
to fall (itself)
se me cayó
to drop (itself to me it dropped)
no te quejes (quejarse)
don't yourself complain
se pusó nerviosa
got nervous
aun
even
ultimos en irnos
we were the last to leave
acostumbrandome (from acostrumbrar)
I'm getting used to (reflexive)
acostarse
go to bed
levantarse
get up (from bed)
se me rompió
itself to me it broke
quejarse
to complain
peor
worse
barrer
to sweep
meter la pata
to put one's foot in, to blunder
pasear
walk around, go for a walk
gafas
eyeglasses
en seguida
right away
reunarse
to get (ourselves) together
afeitarse
to shave oneself
menos mal
luckily
acostumbrarse
to get onself used to (accustomed to)
marearse
to get oneself seasick
fijar
notice
sábana
sheet
de vez en cuando
once in a while
despegar
to take off
aterrizar
to land (a plane)
hacerse tarde
to become late
apenar
to be grieved, pained
prestar
to loan
en el
in it
la caza
the hunt