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beginning (noun)
el comienzo

El comienzo de la película está bien, pero luego es aburrida.


The beginning of the movie is OK, but after that it's boring.
buyer (noun)

The buyer pays the taxes and other expenses.
el comprador

El comprador paga los impuestos y otros gastos.


The buyer pays the taxes and other expenses.
scissors (noun)

These scissors no longer cut like before.
las tijeras

Estas tijeras ya no cortan como antes.


These scissors no longer cut like before.
courage (noun)
el valor

El no tuvo el valor de comentármelo a mí.


He didn't have the courage to tell me about it.
preserve (verb)
conservar

Pocos espacios naturales se conservan adecuadamente.


Few natural areas are adequately preserved.
comb one's hair (reflexive verb)


I quickly showered, dried off and combed my hair.
peinarse

Me duché, me sequé y me peiné rápidamente.
pregnant (adjective)


His wife is 6 months pregnant.
embarazada

Su esposa está embarazada de 6 meses.
advertisement (noun)


There's an advertisement in today's newspaper that might interest you.
anuncio

Hay un anuncio en el periódico hoy que te puede interesar.
beginning (noun)

Go back to the beginning and try it again.
principio

Vuelve al principio e inténtalo otra vez .
bite (verb)

Be careful with the dog - he bites if he is provoked.
morder

bite (verb)

Example: Be careful with the dog - he bites if he is provoked.
Translation: Ten cuidado con el perro - muerde si se le provoca.
yawn (verb)


I spent the whole evening yawning.
bostezar

Pasé toda velada bostezando.
happy (adjective)

Maria is one of the happiest persons that I know.
feliz

María es una de las personas más felices que conozco.
indestructible (adjective)


Some types of plastic are practically indestructible.
indestructible


Algunas clases de plásticos son prácticamente indestructibles.
accusation (noun)


The accusation was completely false.
la acusación

La acusación era completamente falsa.
participant (noun)


The participants liked the talk.
participante


La charla les gustó a los participantes.
drunk (adjective)

Pedro got home drunk last night around 2:30.
borracho

drunk (adjective)

Pedro llegó borracho a casa anoche sobre las 2:30.

Pedro got home drunk last night around 2:30.
wonderful (adjective)

My older sister is a wonderful woman.
estupendo

Mi hermana mayor es una mujer estupenda.
playful (adjective)


My kitten is very playful - like all kittens.
juguetón

Mi gatito es muy juguetón - como todos los gatitos.
lie (verb)


Maria always lies - I don't believe anything she says.
mentir

María siempre miente - no creo nada de lo que dice.
gentleman (noun)

Would the gentleman like anything else?
caballero

¿El cabllero desea algo más?
sales person (noun)


My brother is an insurance salesman in an important company.
vendedor/a


Mi hermano es vendedor de seguros en una empresa importante.





My brother is an insurance salesman in an important company.
nice / pleasant (adjective)


I don't like Pedro but his wife is very nice.
simpática

Pedro me cae mal pero su mujer es muy simpática.
stingy (adj)

My uncle is the stingiest man in the world.
tacan~o

My tío es el hombre más tacaño del mundo.
to criticize (verb)

My boss criticizes me constantly - I'm sick of it.
criticar


Mi jefe me critica constantemente - estoy harto.
to remain, stay


The man stayed behind.
quedar


El hombre quedó atrás.
to miss someone or miss something (When longing for a person or thing)



I miss you a lot.

You miss your friends.
extrañar


Te extraño mucho.

Usted extraña a sus amigos.
missing a bus, taxi, train, plane, etc.


They are going to miss the train.

They have already missed it (el metro).
perder


Van a perder el metro.



Ya lo han perdidio.
childish (adjective)


Politicians at times show childish behavior.
infantil


Los políticos a veces demuestran un comportamiento infantil.