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What are some Spanish idioms?

Spanish idioms with food and drinks

Idiom Literal translation Meaning
Ser pan comido To be eaten bread To be very easy
Ponerse de mala leche To get in bad milk To get in a bad mood
Dar calabazas a alguien To give pumpkins to someone To reject someone
Ser un melón To be a melon To be not very intelligent

What are 5 idioms in Spanish?

15 Common Spanish Idioms for Sounding Like a Native

  • Estar hecho un ají
  • Lo dijo de labios para fuera. …
  • Quedarse de piedra. …
  • Tirar la casa por la ventana. …
  • No tener pelos en la lengua. …
  • Estar como una cabra. English: To be a little crazy. …
  • Ser pan comido. English: To be a piece of cake. …
  • Tomar el pelo. English: To pull someone’s leg. …

What are the 15 idiomatic expressions?

15 Common Idioms: English Phrases for Everyday Use

  • A piece of cake. In a sentence: Unclogging my sink was a piece of cake for Carlita. …
  • Let the cat out of the bag. …
  • Judge a book by its cover. …
  • Break a leg. …
  • Under the weather. …
  • By the skin of your teeth. …
  • I could eat a horse. …
  • Beat around the bush.

What are the 100 most common Spanish words?

The 100 Most Common Words in Spoken Spanish

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Rank Word in Spanish Meaning in English
1 que that
2 de of, from
3 no no
4 a to

What is happening in Spanish slang?

¿Qué pasa? is probably the most common way to say What’s up?, though there are many other ways you can say it. Check out the table below for more options! ¿Qué tal?

What is your name in Spanish?

What’s your name? = ¿Cómo te llamas?

What is a Mexican motto?

Mexico: No official motto, La Patria Es Primero (Spanish: The Homeland is First) is the motto of the Mexican Congress. Federated States of Micronesia: Peace, Unity, Liberty. Moldova: No official motto.