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Jewish
Judío
My father is Jewish
Jews
Judíos
They are jews, so they might not eat beef
Buddhist
Budista
They are buddhist so they might not eat meat
been able
Lograr, alcanzar
Would have
habría
block
También puede significar cuadra.
thought
Pensar en tiempo pasado.
la u no suena, la t final si suena
I have dreamed of having
He soñado con tener
For years
Durante años
took off
Despegar en tiempo pasado
stove
estufa
Did you turn off the stove?
spare
de repuesto, de más
Does the house have a spare bedroom?
visitor
visitante
Are you waiting for a visitor?
Cleaner
Persona encargada de la limpieza
Maybe we should find a cleaner for the house.
Christian
Cristiano, adjetivo que indica que la o las personas practican el cristianismo.
Her family are Christian
hindu
hinduísta
Her family is hindu
buddhism
Budismo
How many people practice buddhism in China?
sightseeing
hacer turismo
saitsiing
sightseeing in India was really fun
atheist
Ateo
eithiist
Her mother is an atheist
twice a
Dos veces a
Their cleaner comes twice a week
how about
que tal si
How about we use the spare bedroom like a guest room
guest room
cuarto de huéspedes
Does the house have a guest room?
is the electricity on?
¿Hay electricidad?
pocket
bolsillo
Don't put money in your pocket or someone will steal it
steal
robar
Do not put money in your pocket or someone will steal it
tires
neumáticos
Both tires were flat
flat
pinchado
Both tires were flat
point
señalar
Could you point at the person who did it?
who did it
quien lo hizo
Could you point at the person who did it?
hurt
Lastimar
I hurt my neck while I was playing hockey
throw
lanzar
shame
pena, lástima
What shame!
pity
lástima
what pity!
failed
reprobó
He failed the biology test
missed
Perdió
she missed the math exam because she was sick
grow up
crecer
We want our children grow up in a safe neighborhood
earned
ganar, obtener como resultado de algo
I earned an average grade in math
how to program
programar
I want to learn how to program
grade
grado o calificación
The fifth grade was hard.
I got an average grade in biology.
budget
presupuesto
Could you find out what their budget is?
salesperson
vendedor
I can't find a salesperson
hurry
darse prisa
I had to hurry to our weekly meeting
deal
acuerdo, transacción
Why should we delay the deal?
delay
retrasar
Why should we delay the deal?
trade
transacción
worth
valor
did you find out their brand worth?
shelf
estante
we need to repair the shelf or it break
silver
platería
Be careful with the silver
bookshelf
librero
This bookshelf is too tall for our room
sink
lavabo
We need to someone to repair the sink
good looking
adjetivo. Guapa(o)
They are a good looking couple
date
Verbo. Salir de cita.
They have dated for three years.
They are still dating.
She does not like to date.
shout
gritar
Why he always shout when he is angry?
have an argument
discutir
Do we have shout every time we have an argument?
get along
llevarse bien
I get along with my parents
granny
abuela
Help your granny with the bags
getting old
haciéndose viejo
My grandad is getting old
story
historia, anécdota.
No confundir con la materia de estudio.
My granny told us a story about my mom.
pale
pálido
That shirt makes you look pale
put on
ponerse ropa
I need to put on some socks first
dress
Verbo. Vestirse, usar ropa.
I need to dress for my meeting
purse
bolso
take off
quitarse algo que traes puesto.
sweets
dulces
Oh, I ate too much sweets.
drug
medicamento
That drug could make you feel worse
bother
molestar
When did you leg start to bother you?
treatment
tratamiento médico
Her cancer will get worse without treatment?
examination
exámen médico
The doctor is ready for your examination
toothache
dolor de dientes
Drinking coffee could make your toothache worse
lend
Prestar
Can you lend me an eraser?
carpet
alfombra
twelfth
doceavo
ride
aventón
I can give you a ride.
mind
Verbo. Importar
No, I don't mind.
necklace
collar
glad
contento
Oye kids are glad to be home
downstairs
hacia abajo
I was going downstairs when I fell
by myself
solo, por mi cuenta
I live by myself
the day before yesterday
antier
I read that book the day before yesterday
been off
estar fuera
I have been off since friday
last night
anoche
borrow
prestado
I can borrow your car, can't I
can't I
Pedir confirmación de lo que acabas de decir. Haces la pregunta con lo opuesto de la información.
¿cierto?
¿no?
¿o no?
¿o si?
Ejemplos:
I can stay home, can't I?
There is a phone, isn't there?
You are a police, aren't you?
He is not a doctor, is he?
drawer
cajón
I keep my socks in that drawer
heat
calefacción
The heat is off
grow
Cultivar
They grow fruit trees
notice
aviso
I saw a notice that the shop was closed
crowded
concurrido, lleno de gente
I never go to the pool because it's always crowded
climb
escalar
stamp
sello
This stamp looks unusual
straight
liso
He have a straight hair
due
debido
d(y)oo - diu, sonido corto de la I casi no se nota
The game was delayed due to bad weather.
no longer
Ya no, no más
Nou long guer
sonido corto u
The number you have dialed is no longer in service
retrieve
verbo. Recuperar objetos físicos o archivos de computadora
ritriv
Bill threw the stick and the dog retrieved it.
find out
Descubrir, enterarse.
I just found out that my sister is pregnant.
humble
Humilde, modesto
Jumbol
Tyler is a humble man, and always happy to help.
fulfillment
realización, satisfacción.
folfilment
Spending the summer on the island was the fulfillment of a dream.
struggled with
Batallar con, luchar con
struggle - strogol
The student struggled with the grammar lesson.
charming
Adjetivo. Encantador, fascinante, cautivador.
Rob's girlfriend is charming; everyone seems to like her.
although
aunque
olthou
I see her all the time although I never speak to her
since
ya que, desde que
sins
I'll cook dinner, since you're so busy
rather than
en vez de
rader den
I'll have wine rather than beer with my dinner.
despite
a pesar de
dispait
Despite all my work, I still failed the exam
on less
a menos que
therefore
por lo tanto
derfor
I think, therefore I am
besides
además
bisaids
She is beautiful besides she is smart
guess
Adivinar, suponer
guess
Afther two attempts, I guessed the answer you the question.
My friend has a tan, so I guess she went to the beach
blind
ciego, hacer algo a ciegas
blaind
I had to walk blind because the lights went out.
bury
enterrar
The pirate buried his treasure in the sand.
overwhelm
Inundar, agobiar, abrumar
overwelm
I decided not to let the sad news overwhelm me.
My Friends overwhelmed me with wonderful presents.
get freak out
se asustan de
Some people get freak out of me.
succeed
tener éxito, triunfar, conseguir.
soucsid
The student succeeded un his job search.
abroad
En el extranjero, fuera.
Abrod, una ligera a después de la o.
I want to study abroad.
decipher
Descifrar, decodificar.
Disaipher
recently
Recientemente.
risent ly
expanded
amplio, ampliado.
expanded
I want to expand my contact network to find a job.
gather
reunir, recopilar, reunirse.
gather,
I had to gather a lot information for my presentation.
The children gathered around the fire.
Everybody gather 'round.
swum
nadar en pasado.
Suoam
I swum in the North pole.
hesitate
dudar.
gesiteit
Don't hesitate.
The students did not hesitate to ask questions.
frostbitten
congelado.
frostbitden
My fingers were frostbitten.
waterfall
cascada.
waterfolt
Let's go down to the waterfall.
carriage
Vagón de tren, carroza.
caeriech
The train was four carriages for passengers.
Four horses pulled the prince's carriage.
bunch
grupo, ramo.
bunch, el sonido de la muy corto.
There was a bunch of young people waiting at the door.
I bought my mom a bunch of flowers for her birthday.
commuter
Viajero, suburbano(commuter train)
commiuter
we were a bunch of commuters.
In big cities, commuter trains allow quick travel.
proof
Prueba, evidencia.
pruf
My alibi is proof that I am innocent.
The lawyer found the proof needed to close the case.
alibi
coartada.
My alibi is proof that I am innocent.
shield
Escudo, proteger.
shi eld
Medieval knights had a sword and a shield.
A parasol shields the child from the sun.
hatred
odio.
jaitred
Ignorance and fear often engender hatred.
wrists
Muñecas(parte del cuerpo)
She wore the bracelet on her left wrist.
lengthen
Alargar, prolongarse.
leng then
belly
vientre, abdomen.
BEly
My husband put his hand on my belly to feel the baby.
faint
débil
faeint
A faint smell of chocolate lingered in the air
gorgeous
Magnífico, maravilloso, precioso, guapo.
goryess
I am at the beach because the weather is gorgeous.
The actress looked gorgeous in her new dress.
cuddle
acariciar, mimo, caricia
caddle
The little girl cuddled the doll as if were a baby.
Babies need a lot of cuddles from their parents.
doll
Muñeca
doll
shackles
Grilletes, cadenas.
shaackles
tipping point
punto crítico.
This year has been a tipping point in the country's history.
punch line
remate de un chiste, frase clave.
his humor did not depend on punchlines
poverty
nivel de pobreza, pobreza.
thousands of families are living in abject poverty.
aid
Ayuda, asistencia.
eId
the goverment provided aid after the earthquake
halve
Reducir a la mitad.
haev
peel and halve the pears.
utterly
totalmente
This document is utterly incomprehensible.
commute
viaje ida y vuelta, un viaje regular como el de ir a trabajar
viajar de casa al trabajo.
My commute to work takes two hours.
issue
Expedir, emitir.
The company will issue stock to increase its capital.
maim
Mutilar.
meIm.
100 000 soldiers were killed or maimed.
snap out of
cambiar de emoción repentinamente. Salir de una emoción triste o de un estado de ánimo infeliz. Ejemplo: dejar de amar a alguien, dejar de estar triste.
Come on, snap out of it! You can't let your breakup get you so depressed.
awareness
Consciente o conciencia.
I am aware of my responsibilities.
Greater políticas awareness is important in today's world.
shins
espinillas(parte de la pierna)
My shins are below my knees.
awake
Despierto (adjetivo)
I am wide awake thanks to the coffee.
harness, harnessing
Aprovechar.
we must harness the oportunities that we have.
doubt
dudar
My mother said it was going to rain, but I doubt it.
raise
recaudar, levantar, aumentar.
The charity raised to build a new hospital.
Luckily, the goverment did not raise taxes.
Students must raise their hand if they have a question.
bachelor
licenciatura, soltero.
a bachelor of Arts.
My brother likes being a bachelor and is not looking for a partner.
doable
factible, posible
Don't just compile a wish list, consider what is realistic and doable
infuriating
exasperante
that infuriating half-smile on his face
silly
tener o mostrar falta de sentido común
another of his silly jokes
likelihood
probabilidad
young people who can see no likelihood of finding employment
mindlessly
sin pensar en el porque o las consecuencias
they roam the streets mindlessly vandalizing our property
clutter
desorden, alboroto
It is hard to find anything in all this clutter.
furthermore
además
this species has a quiet charm and, furthermore, is a easy garden plant
sidestep
eludir a alguien o a algo.
as she walked she sidestepped the many cracks in the pavement
twilight
crepúsculo
she looked out on the beautiful twilight
brief
breve
we only had time for a very brief conversation.
stretch
tramo, trecho, estirar.
the last strech of the marathon seemed the longest.
I stretch right after waking up.
sail
navegar, zarpar
The Cruise sails to the next port tomorrow.
isolation
aislamiento, aislado.
The monks lived in isolation for a several months.
seam
costura, soldadura, coser.
the seam on my dress ripped open.
apologize
pedir disculpas
I always apologize when I am late.
encourage
animar, alentar, fomentar
Parents must always support and encourage their children.
My mother has always encouraged me to fight for my dreams.
behave
comportarse, portarse, funcionar.
we teach our children to behave at school.
The television has behaved since we had it repaired.
either
bien, o bien, tampoco, cualquiera.
The passengers can either travel by air or by sea.
I don't want to stay at home tonight, but I don't want to go out either.
My friend suggested a couple of bars, and I'd be happy with either.
yield
rendimiento, rentabilidad, ceder.
The company wants to improve yields and decrease costs.
The yield of tomatoes is higher this year due to regular rainfall.
He has a strong will and does not yield to temptation.
hare
liebre.
overlong
de larga duración
an overlong sermon
joy
alegría, placer.
My dream came true and I felt great joy.
The joy of giving is endless.
care
cuidado, cuidar.
Our skin needs daily care.
My mother cared for me whenever I was sick.
accurate
preciso, exacto, correcto.
With this instrument you can get very accurate measurements.
entertain
Entretener.
blame
culpa, culpar.
the boss took the blame for all mistaked.
the boy blamed the dog for the mess.
thrill
emocionar, encantar, encantado.
The actor thrilled the audience with his performance.
My father is thrilled with the idea of becoming a grandfather.
bearable
soportable, tolerable.
a ceiling fan made the heat bearable.
remain
permanecer, quedar, restos, vestigios.
It is important to remain seated during takeoff.
The remains of the ancient city are still admired today.
shatter
Minar, romper, hacer añicos.
The stone that the boy threw shattered the mirror.
the ball accidentally shattered the window panes.
puncture
Pinchazo, punción, punzante.
The inner tube of the bicycle had a puncture.
flail
sacudirse.
his arms were flailing helplessly
argue
argumentar, discutir, alegar, debatir.
The president argued that new law should be enacted.
The players preferred not to argue with the referee.
rubbing
roce, frotamiento.
dab at the stain - vigorous rubbing could damage the carpet.
hem
dobladillo (ropa)
The seamstress fixed the hem of my skirt.
garment
Prenda de vestir, ropa, vestimenta.
My aunt can make pretty garments out of any fabric.
bid
oferta, licitación, puja.
I placed a bid on a beautiful portrait at the auction.