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la familia
the family
el abuelo
Grandad
la abuela
Granma
los abuelos
grandparents
el padre
the father
los padres
the parents
el papá
papa, dad, daddy
la madre
the mother
la mamá
mamma, mommy, mummy, mom, mum
el marido
the husband
la esposa
the wife
la mujer
the woman (used for wife)
casarse
to get married
el matrimonio
the marriage, matrimony
el novio
bridegroom, fiancé
la novia
the fiancée, bride
el hijo
the son
la hija
the daugther
mi hija (sounds like m'hija)
my daughter
el mayor
the oldest
la mayor
the oldest girl / woman
el menor
the youngest
la menor
the youngest girl / woman
el hermano
the brother
la hermana
the sister
el suegro
the father-in-law
la suegra
the mother-in-law
el yerno
the son-in-law
la nuera
the daughter-in-law
el tío
the uncle (in Spain this is also slang for dude)
la tía
the aunt (in Spain this is also slang for Chick)
los tíos
uncle and aunt (as couple) or just the uncles (can also be dudes)
familiar
familial, of the family
prometerse
to promise oneself (proposal)
la boda
the wedding celebration or anniverary
las bodas de plata
silver wedding anniversary
las bodas de oro
golden wedding anniversary
separarse
to seperate oneselves
divorciarse
to divorce each other
el divorcio
the divorce
el padrino
the godfather
la madrina
the godmother
el cuñado
the brother-in-law
la cuñada
the sister-in-law
el nieto
grandson
la nieta
grandaughter
el primo
cousin
la prima
cousin (female)
el sobrino
nephew
la sobrina
niece
los gemelos
the twins
el huérfano
orphan
la huérfana
orphan (female)
el pariente
relative
la generación
the generation
saludar
to greet
¡Hola!
Hello!
¡Buenos Días!
Good Morning!
¡Buenas Tardes!
Good afternoon!
¡Buenas Noches!
Good Night!
¡Adiós!
Goodbye
¡Hasta Luego!
See you later (until later)
¡Hasta pronto!
See you soon (until soon)
¡Adelante!
Come in! (literally 'inside!')
el siguiente
the next / following
la siguiente
the next /following (f)
conocer
to know (a place, a person) to be familiar with
presentar
to introduce, to present
dar la bienvenida
to welcome, (to give the good-come)
encantado
pleased to meet you, chamred, enchanté
estimado
Dear (opening line of a formal letter)
querido
To (opening of informal letter)
los recuerdos
regards
un abrazo
a hug, embrace
abrazar
to embrace
el saludo
the greeting
cordialmente
cordially (warmly) - This closes a formal letter
cariño
love, dear (not in letter sense)
mi amor
my love
cielo
angel (it means heaven literally)
guapo
handsome
guapa
pretty
majo
sweet (only used in Spain)
maja
sweet for girl (only used in Spain)
tutear
to use tú
tratar de usted
to use Usted
tutearse
to use tú together
tratarse de usted
to use usted together
¡Oye!
Oi, 'look here' (rude attention grabbing conjunction)
¡Oiga!
Hey, Listen (informal attentino grabing)
desperdirse
to leave (litterally to dispatch oneself)
la despedida
the parting, the farwell
hacer señas
to wave
de parte de
on behalf of
Muy señor mío
Dear sir, (opening of formal corporal letter)
Muy señora mía
Dear Madam, (opening of formal corporal letter)
excelentísimo
Your Excellence (opening of letter to duke or person of royal status)
distinguido
Honoured, Distinguished (opening of flattering letter)
atentamente
Yours faithfully, Yours sincerly (closing of formal letter)
tesoro
darling
mono
cute (literally monkey)
mona
cute (girl) (literally monkey)
el amigo
the friend
la amiga
the female friend
la amistad
the friendship
el / la amante
the lover
el compañero
fellow student, colleague, companion
la compañera
fellow student, colleague, companion (female)
ligar
(popular language) to pick up, to pull, to make a pass at someone
el colega
colleague
la colega
colleague (female)
común
common
el tipo
the guy (literally the type)
quedar
to agree on, to arrange (litterally to remain)
visitar
to visit
la visita
the visit
colectivo
collective
la gente
the people (singular noun)
la humanidad
humanity
el grupo
the group
encontrar
to meet, to find
el encuentro
the find, the meeting (the encounter)
la fiesta
the party
invitar
to invite
el invitado
the guest
la invistada
the female guest
la invitación
the invitation
la recepción
the reception
la presencia
the presence
reunirse
to meet, to reunite
social
social
le relación
the relationship, the relation
el machismo
masculine pride
la emancipación
the emancipation, or liberation
emancipado
emancipated, liberated
la feminista
the feminist
el extranjero
the foreigner
la extrajera
the female foreigner
la emigración
the emigration (leaving the country)
la inmigración
the immigration (entering the country)
La intergración
the intergration
integrar
to integrate
el contacto
contact
ponerse encontacto
to get in touch
el encufe
(Rafael encontró trabajo por tu enchufe)
contact(s)
(Rafael found work thanks to your contacts)
citarse
to make an appointment
la reunión
the reunion, meeting
cercano
nearby, near
lejano
far away, far
la pareja
the couple
la intimidad
the intimacy
mimar
to spoil (as one would spoil a child)
la compañía
the company, (of friends
NOT business company)
la comunidad
the comunity
la sociedad
the society
el individuo
the individual
el club
the club
el socio
the member (of club)
el miembro
member
la reputación
the reputation
el honor
the honour
la disegualdad
inquality
discriminar
to discriminate
la soledad
the solitude
aislado
isolated
el chulo
the pimp
la prostitución
prostitution
los marginados (sociales)
marginal social groups (small)
el mendigo
beggar-man
la mendiga
beggar-woman
mendigar
to beg
los sin techo
the homeless (those without roof)
entenderse
to get along (to understand each other)
creer
to believe
pensar
to think
la opinión
the oppinion
opinar
to opine, to have an oppinion
probable
probable
criticar
to criticize
crítico/a
critical
estar seguro
to be sure
parecer
to seem
no me parece que (subjuntivo)
it doesn't seem to me that (subjunctive) when using an expression which is generally used to express doubt it is often expressed by the subjunctive in the subordinate clause)
considerar
considero a Dalí un verdadero genio
to consider
I consider Dali a true genious
exagerar
to exagerate
valer la pena
to be worth the pain
preferir
to prefer
conveniente
convenient
agradezer
to thank, to be grateful
dar las gracias
to say thank you
con mucho gusto
with much taste
ayudar
to help
la ayuda
the help
contar con
to count on, rely on
dirigirse

si tenéis problemas, dirgidse al profesor

yo me dirijo para hablar con el profesor
to turn to confer with,
to direct oneself

If you have problem talk to the professor

I am going to confer with the professor.
en cuanto
as for...
acompañar
to accompany
necesario

es necesario que (subjuntivo)
necessary

it is necessary that (subjunctive)
deber
to ought to, to have to, to must
tener que

tengo que hacerlo
to have to

I have to do it
complir
to carry out ones duty
el favor
the favour
seguro
sure
regalar
to give (a present)
el regalo
gift, present
sorprender
to suprise
la sorpresa
suprise
corriente

es corriente que (subjunctive)
ordinary, normal (literally means running)

it's normal that (followed by subjunctive)
útil
useful
inútil
unuseful
práctico
practical
misterioso
mysterious
el hecho
the fact
posible
possible
la posibilidad
the possibility
la culpa
the blame
engañar
to cheat, to decieve, to fool
molestar
to bother
la molestia
the trouble, the hassle, the bother
pegar
to hit
el golpe
the hit, strike
pelearse
to hit
peligroso
dangerous
el respeto
the respect
apreciar
to appreciate
estimar
to esteem
agradable
agreeable, pleasant
tener suerte
to have luck to be lucky
bien
well
mejor
better
el / la mejor
the best
lo mejor
the best thing, the best way, the best situation
tener mala suerte
to have bad luck
mal (verb)
poorly, badly
peor
worst
mal(o)
bad, sick
el peor
worst
pésimo
estremely badly
excelente
excellent
perfecto
perfect
extraordinario
extraorindary
fantástico
fantastic
estupendo
wonderous, stupendous, wonderful, great
maravilloso
marvelous
hermoso
beautiful
terrible
terrible
horrible
horrible
antipático
disagreeable, uncongenial
imbécil
imbecilic
pesado
annoying, pestering (literally means heavy)
raro
strange (rare)
famoso
famous
interesante
interesting
importante
important
la importancia
importance
increíble
incredible, unbelieveable
¡Por Dios!
for God's sake!
incorrecto
incorrect wrong
importante
important
la importancia
importance
increíble
incredible, unbelieveable
¡Por Dios!
for God's sake!
incorrecto
incorrect wrong
juicio
judgement, thought
la conclusión
conclusioon
el parecer
the way it seems, oppinion, thinking
el concepto
the concept
el criterio
the criterion, the judgement, the criticized aspect
opuesto
opposed, opposing
relativo
relative
corresponder
to correspond
sorprendente
surprising
la probabilidad
the probability
positivo
positive
verdadero
(more commonly de verdad)
true, genuine
(in truth literally OF truth)
indispensable
indispenable, vital
esencial
essential
alabar
to praise
magnífico
magnificent, splendid
formidable
formidable, great
la maravilla
the marvel, wonder
singular
singular, also unique
ideal
ideal
apreciable
appreciable, appreciated
cortés
courteous
estar dispuesto a
to be about to, to be ready to (NOT really disposed)
tolerante
tolerant
presentar
to present
estar relacionado
to have good connections
meterse en
to put oneself in the middle of, to interfere in
la influencia
the influence
la obligación
the obligation
obligar
to oblige
el deber
the duty
excusar
to excuse
prometer
to promise
el servicio
the service
servir
to serve, be helpful
hacer falta
to be necessary
la necesidad
the necessity
cuidar de
to take care of
ocuparse de
to busy oneself with, to attend to
el premio
prize, award
merecer
to deserve (also earn)
el mérito
the merit
el valor
the courage, valour
preferible
preferible
preferido
prefered
molestar
to bother, annoy
el conflicto
the conflict
mentir
to lie
la mentira
the lie
inmoral
immoral
prejuicio
prejudice
desagradable
desagreeable
la antipatía
the unfriendliness, antipathy
la desventaja
the disadvantage
odioso
hateful
arbitrario
arbitrary
harto
full, complete, sufficient
tremendo
tremendous
ridículo
ridiculous
idiota
idiot
extraño
foreigner
incomprensible
incomprehensible
confuso
confused
absurdo
absurd
reclamar
to claim, complain
la reclamación
complaint, claim
la queja
the grummbling
la dificultad
the difficulty
el error
the error
falso
false
negativo
negative
fatal
disatrous
monótono
monotonous
tener
to have
propio (como en 'mi cosa propia')
own (as in 'my own thing')
la fortuna
the fortune
rico
rich
pobre
poor
poseer
to possess
disponer
to dispose
ser de
to belong to
mío
mine
tuyo
yours (singular you)
mi
my
tu
your
mis
my (plural)
tus
your (plural)
su
his, her, its (also your for polite form of you)
sus
his, her, its (plural noun - also you for formal you)
nuestro
our
vuestro
your (plural of you)
vuestros
your (plural of you plural of noun)
pertenecer a
to belong to
la posesión
the possession
particular
private (like private secretary, private proprety)
la riqueza
the riches
el lujo
the luxury
la prosperidad
the prosperity
la pobreza
the poverty
la miseria
the misery
el testamento
will
heredar
to inherit
el heredero
heir
la heredera
heiress
la herencia
the inheritence