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Jul
16
comment Gramática: “tengo miedo que” y “tengo miedo y creer que”
Pero tenía miedo y creía que no podría dormir bien or Pero tuve miedo y creí que no podría dormir bien
Jul
4
revised Why do oler and saber take the preposition “a”?
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Jul
4
suggested approved edit on Why do oler and saber take the preposition “a”?
Jun
19
comment How to say “Pick up”
@JuanPabloCalifano That is the point. As I said, If the speaker is unaware of those subtleties, "levantar" or something similar is safer.
Jun
19
comment How to say “Pick up”
So if I say to you "Esperame en el suelo, que ya te recojo", does it sound Ok to you?
Jun
18
answered How to say “Pick up”
Jun
17
comment Sostenernos de una sombra
"Una luz" podría significar un ser superior, pero "una sombra", difícilmente lo sea. "Sostenernos de una sombra" parece significar la aptitud de conseguir sostén (apoyo, ligazón con la realidad, atadura al mundo real) a partir de lo menos real del mundo real: una sombra
Jun
17
answered How to say “My old teacher”
May
22
comment “My kind of ___” in Spanish
@Luke Mostly the same difference as between "type" and "style" in English
May
18
comment Spanish for “douche”?
Being a native speaker, I swear to laugh for at least half an hour if someone use "ducha vaginal" as in insult. You could expect it perhaps in a very good stand-up (sounds very creative!)
May
16
comment Uso de “concernidos”
But it is quite unusual ...
May
14
comment Is there a Spanish equivalent to “-ish”?
Never ever heard "rojón" ... "rojizo/a" is pretty common
May
12
answered Is there a difference between cilantro and culantro in Spanish?
May
11
comment ¿Qué significa en Argentina “al pedo”?
@JoulSauron "tener un pedo" is the same here
May
11
answered ¿Qué significa en Argentina “al pedo”?
Mar
21
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Dec
15
comment bastante: enough or too much?
Too much is better translated as demasiado
Dec
15
comment What suffixes are used to indicate jobs?
Probably also ólogo: podólogo, odontólogo. ico:médico, físico, atra: fisiatra, pediatra,
Dec
11
comment Difference between 'trabajar para' and 'trabajar por'
@Trufa Sí, boludo. :D
Dec
10
comment Difference between 'trabajar para' and 'trabajar por'
@Trufa You should end your comments here with "¿Tá?". Just for authenticity :D