Uso de los adjetivos y su propiedades. Use of adjetives and its properties.

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Cheeky smile in Spanish

Estoy buscando una manera de decir "cheeky smile". En mi clase he usado la frase "sonrisa descarada" pero no se si hay alguna manera mejor de decirlo. En termino de dialectos, vivo en los estados ...
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Efficient: eficiente vs. eficaz

The English "efficient" can be translated as either eficiente or eficaz in Spanish. What is the difference between these two translations? In what situations can each be used?
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Describing “una persona” who's male—adjective agreement

If I'm describing "una persona," but someone who happens to be male, is the correct adjective agreement "una persona famosa" or "una persona famoso?"
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Gracia vs. Gracia why?

Tendría gracia que un payaso estuviera perdido en una iglesia. Danzó con la gracia de un cisne. Why does gracia have such opposing meanings? Is there a historical context? Maybe because of its ...
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“TANTO o más importante” vs “TAN o más importante”

Estaba haciendo ejercicios para el examen DELE C1 y había una pregunta de hueco: Pues bien, resulta que contemplar el mundo en tres dimensiones espaciales resulta que es ______ o más importante. ...
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Function of “verde” in “Me gusta el verde de tu ojos”

Is the word "verde" in this sentence considered to have a funcion of an adjective or a name? Me gusta el verde de tu ojos. I personally think it's of a name because it's making the word "verde" ...
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Gender-Number Agreement with Feminine Adjectives [duplicate]

I take a beginners spanish course in school and came across this blip one day. I was trying to describe a girl in a photo wearing pink socks as la niña lleva calcetines rosas. My teacher then said ...
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Translating “shrewd” (as in “a shrewd businessman”)

The English word "shrewd" (as in "a shrewd businessman") describes someone who is sharp, clever, crafty, or cunning. For example, a shrewd businessman might come up with a coupon offer that seems ...
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Indignado con/por/de

¿Cuáles de la siguientes oraciones son correctas? Todas tienen que ver con la palabra que sigue a indignado. ¿Cuáles son las permitidas? Estoy indignado con que haya cenizas ahí. Estoy indignado ...
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Why “la clase turista” and “primera clase” in Spanish?

I have encountered the following two sentences in Rosetta Stone Spanish course: Los pasajeros de la clase turista comen. Los pasajeros de primera clase comen. It seems that if you mention ...
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Phrase used for daily status meeting?

What phrase is used in Latin America for a daily status meeting among coworkers or team members in a business setting?
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How do you say “He is really good at playing soccer”? [closed]

How do you say "He is really good at playing soccer"? Is it: El es jugar el fútbol muy bien.