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alcanzar máxima reflejado meaning

En el cuadro Los fusilamientos del 3 de mayo, inspirado en los acontecimientos de 1808 durante la Guerra de Independencia, el arte de Goya alcanzó la máxima reflejado. No entiendo la significa de "...
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I need help memorizing Spanish idioms: is there a pattern between the words that I miss? [closed]

There are some idioms that I can't memorize because the way the phrase is in Spanish is unlike the English word. I can't find a logical pattern in why the phrases in Spanish are the way they are. Can ...
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How to find video games with heavy Spanish language incorporation [closed]

I'm working on improving my Spanish and also spend too many hours per week gaming. Are there any multiplayer games, preferably microphone heavy and cheap or free to play where I might find large ...
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library of old scanned manuscripts or handwritings in Spanish?

This is an example of such online libraries but in other languages : manuscripts in Persian or Arabic May you offer some places that i can find papers in Spanish ? Whether online(free) or for sale ?...
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Ceceo vs Seseo vs “fusion” - which school to follow?

OK, I know about the differences and I know a little bit about the situation in the spanish-speaking world. The thing though is that I'm moving to Spain in a few months (do not know the exact ...
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Some questions about Spanish tenses and sentence structure [closed]

"Mientras Marcos jugaba al baloncesto con sus companeros, sintió calor y se quitó la chaqueta", I wanna know if I can speak this sentence in such way like "Mientras Marcos estuvo jugando al baloncesto ...
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“I'd like an aisle seat if available” in Spanish

My attempt is: Preferiría un asiento de pasillo, si disponible. Is there a better translation, one a native speaker is most likely to say? I would love to know what the most commonly heard ...
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Translating deploy and deployment

How would you translate deploy/deployment into Spanish? I guess that "poner en funcionamiento" or "será instalado" would be possible translations for deploy, but maybe there is a better term? ...
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What is the literal meaning of Valparaíso?

I've heard people pronounce the Chilean city "Val puh RI zo", but now that I'm learning Spanish I realize that can't be right; it must be something like: "bval par uh EE so" no? The "paraiso" means ...
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How do native speakers speak the correct pairs of words when they speak fast? [duplicate]

As a Spanish learner who didn't grow up listening to the tiny difference between similar groups like ta te ti to tu y da de di do du,pa pe pi po pu and ba be bi bo bu. It is not easy for me to hear ...
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Grammar/ Spelling check for daily routine [closed]

I have written a small paragraph on my daily routine in Spanish and was wondering if anyone could just check that it flows well and there are no grammatical or spelling errors. Todas las mañanas me ...
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¿Qué significa en esta canción “los trillos de la entrega”?

De la RAE, trillo significa m. Instrumento para trillar, que comúnmente consiste en un tablón con pedazos de pedernal o cuchillas de acero encajadas en una de sus caras. m. Can. y Am. Senda ...
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Traducciónes distintas para “demit/demission” y “depose/deposition”

Tengo un documento en inglés, el "Libro de orden de la iglesia", que ha sido traducido al español. Es necesario distinguir entre "demission" de un ministro y "deposition" de un ministro ("demission" ...
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Ático vs. Desván vs. Entretecho?

What’s the difference between “ático”, “desván”, and “entretecho”? As far as I have discovered, they all translate into the English word, “attic”. So, are they really just synonyms? Or are there any ...
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Does contracting a phrase change its undertone?

When a phrase is contracted, does it change its undertone? That is, does it become more informal or more direct than its uncontracted version? For example, what are the differences between Dáme un ...
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word usage: “inquietarse” and “inquieta”

Which of the following sentences is/are correct which refers to English speaking of "Are you still worried about the future"? ¿Todavía te inquietas por el futuro? ¿Todavía inquietas por el ...
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Need a phrase from a mobile phone application [closed]

I have written a simple application for Android mobiles phones. It appears to be quite popular in a handful of non-English speaking countries, with Spain being one of them. I have managed to get most ...
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What is the sense of “Echar de Menos” for missing someone? [duplicate]

"Echar de menos" means "to miss someone." I accept this (sort of); but why? How does "throwing of less" equate to missing someone. What's the connection?
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¿Qué es un “angla” en la canción “Burbujas de amor” de Juan Luis Guerra? [closed]

Estaba escuchando a Juan Luis Guerra cantando Quisiera ser un pez cuando oí un verso que no entendí: Canta corazón con un angla imprescindible de ilusión Sueña corazón no te nubles ...
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Números grandes en español [duplicate]

Viniendo de inglés, me cuesta entender los números grandes de español, particularmente los que son más que un millón. 1 = uno (one) 10 = diez (ten) 100 = cien (hundred) 1.000 = mil (...
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What are the rules for using the definite article before a noun used in a general sense? [duplicate]

I was recently reviewing rules regarding when the definite article is used in Spanish and when it is not. One rule (which is included on many websites that teach Spanish grammar) states that it is to ...
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el énfasis: pluscuamperfecto en vez de imperfecto (caso particular)

¿Si digo había empezado a hablar en vez de empezaba a hablar (en el contexto siguiente), cómo cambia el énfasis/significado? Cuando vieron que el sordomudo empezaba a hablar, todos pensaron que ...
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“en la tarde” vs “de la tarde” vs “por la tarde” [duplicate]

I am trying to tell the difference between these three phrases in Spanish. When would you use each, or do they all mean the same thing? What would be the following translations? Bob is going to ...
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Diferencia entre “andar”, “caminar” e “ir”

Caminando en dirección al bosque, vi a mi amiga Sylvia. Andando en dirección al bosque, vi a mi amiga Sylvia. Yendo en dirección al bosque, vi a mi amiga Sylvia. ¿Cuál es la diferencia ...
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How to translate “I spent three weeks relaxing on the beaches” into Spanish [closed]

Could somebody please translate "I spent three weeks relaxing on the beaches" into Spanish using the verb pasar for spent? eg.pasaría
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What are my options for the generic “you”? [duplicate]

In English, it is common to use the word "you" to refer to people in general, instead of just the person you're speaking to: You can't eat rocks. How would I say the same thing in Spanish? Are all ...
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Maestro Da Vinci — Traducción en ingles [closed]

"Maestro Da Vinci, no hace falta que se presente, todo el mundo habla de Usted." What would be the correct translation of "Maestro"? Professor Da Vinci Or Master Da Vinci Or Teacher ...
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Imperative in secondary verbs (“”Él no quiere que ellos cierren la puerta.") [duplicate]

"Él no quiere que ellos cierren la puerta." Why is the verb "to close" imperative here? Why wouldn't you just say "Él no quiere que ellos cierran la puerta."? You might be tempted to think "because ...
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“se ha” (has been) What is the origin of “se” and what is the origin of “ha”?

I came across it in Memrise app and found no more information about it in the app, googled for it some, but found nothing reasuring. (I had no idea which tag to put.) Thanks for your time.
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What role has skin on translation for “Contact with the skin of the patient”

Being in a medical device context and reading a component it says "Contact with the skin of the patient (hand)" How would be the best way to translate it, and also How would you use skin here? En ...
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Trying to make a certificate for my Spanish teacher

I am making an end-of-year certificate for my Spanish teacher, and just need a quick confirmation that this is right. Una profesora increíble con mucho entusiasmo y tiene mucho amor por sus ...
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How do I translate “Swipe your badge to sign in” [duplicate]

What is the Spanish Translation for "Swipe your badge to sign in" This is what I have got, Deslice su tarjeta de identificación para iniciar sesión Is the above correct ? Much appreciate the ...
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Usages of Se and Verbs [duplicate]

I get really confused about this and am looking for some kind of trick. It seems sometimes "se" means to do something to oneself and sometimes not. "Juan se ducha" (Juan showers himself) Other ...
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Ways of saying “The count can not be smaller than..”

What is the proper way of saying "The count of "something" can not be smaller than.." "la cantidad de "something" no puede ser más pequeña que.." or is it " el recuento de "something" no puede ser ...
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When do you use 'para' and when do you use 'por'? [duplicate]

How do you know when to use 'para' and when do you use 'por'?
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Implications of 'Hasta dentro'

Question What situation/context does it indicate 'Hasta dentro'? Example: La reunión no comienza hasta dentro de 3 horas. Is it the same with "La reunión no comienza por tres horas" and 'haste ...
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How does one properly use the verb gustar? [duplicate]

I am mostly confused about when to use le or les and gusta or gustan.
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What are some tips on translating Spanish when reading

I read my Spanish/English Bible daily. I have found that it is very difficult to attempt literal English translations of Spanish. An example of the types of sentences I do not have trouble with would ...
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Why is “El agua poco profunda” feminin? [duplicate]

Why is "el agua poco profunda" and not "profundo"? Agua is masculine although it ends with an "a". And from all what i've learnt so far it should be profundo.
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RAE: Dios existe pero los seres extraterrestres no. ¿? [closed]

¿Alguien tiene una explicación lógica, no subjetiva, a que según la RAE no quepa duda de que Dios exista y sea un ser supremo, mientras que los objetos o seres extraterrestres (podemos estar hablando ...
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Exact meaning of “natural de” in a curriculum vitae?

In a Spanish-language curriculum vitae, I came across the item Natural de:, which I don't understand. It is in the "Personal Data" section (Datos personales).
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Please help to find difference between phrases [closed]

Tierra es mi cuerpo. Agua mi sangre. Aire mi aliento. Fuego mi espiritu. and Tierra mi cuerpo. Agua mi sangre. Aire mi aliento. El fuego de mi espíritu. Wich one is more correct as tatoo?)
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The Elements of the Periodic Table in Spanish [closed]

I would like to know the elements of the periodic table in Spanish, because my parents do not know much about them. I want to be able to describe them a bit about the elements, but I have no ...
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¿Cómo se pueden deconstruir las siguientes oraciones? How to deconstruct these sentences? [closed]

Un artículo publicado en The Four Hour Work Week blog by Tim Ferriss llamado How to Learn (But Not Master) any Language in 1 Hour sugiere que la deconstrucción de un idioma es una de las cosas más ...
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How do you abbreviate “fecha de nacimiento” in Spanish?

How do you abbreviate "fecha de nacimiento" in Spanish?
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Exclamation Point [duplicate]

Is the following a correct usage of the exclamation point? That is, using the exclamation point in the beginning and at the end of a one word statement: Welcome - !Bienvenidos!
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Does “Downpour” mean “Water Zero”?

The Spanish word "aguacero" means "downpour." If you break it up, it seems to literally be "water zero." Is there anything to this? Is the etymology here implying that so much water fell to earth that ...
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Diferente forma de expresar una frase. Ya sea a través de sinónimos o alterando su orden

Esta frase me suena muy rara. ¿Creen que hay una forma más entendible de expresar el mismo significado? Con el planteamiento apropiado, se podrá alcanzar el número 1 mundial de manera ...
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Can sb explain me the uses of se in Spanish

I know that there are many form of se in Español but can somebody give me the summary of that?

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