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Jul
31
answered ¿Cuál es el origen de la expresión “salir de cuentas”?
Jul
3
comment Is a gentleman a “cowboy”?
The precise translation would be knight @B.ClayShannon
Jul
3
comment Me llamo vs. Mi Nombre
+1 for the Bond reference. Just brilliant!
Jun
26
answered How do you say I have been waiting for you forever in Spanish?
Jun
26
answered Does saying “Hola Hola” imply impatience?
Jun
19
comment ¿Se debe decir jefe o jefa al referirse a una persona de sexo femenino?
En mi humilde opinión, una respuesta mucho más correcta que la aceptada.
Apr
28
answered Graphic usage of 'el' and 'la' for television
Apr
24
comment El Tigre - slang meaning?
Just to add to the different answers. Keep in mind that in slang, mainly in Spain but also in other countries, "el trigre" is also a way to refer the toilet, usually when it's not exactly a clean one. So if you want to use "tigre" beware with your wordings and with the context of your phrases
Apr
24
comment How do you say tabloid and broadsheet journalism in Spanish?
+1 For the addition of "prensa amarilla"
Apr
16
answered ¿Cuándo se usa “plano” y cuándo “mapa”?
Apr
16
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
16
comment “abnegado” vs “desinteresado” vs “altruista”
Desinterés and desinteresado is not the same. I think there's a problem with this response.
Apr
16
comment “Cómo se dice” vs “cómo te llamas”
¿Cómo te llamas? (tu/you) vs ¿Cómo se llama? (él/ella/he/she). Keep in mind that here are different persons on your two phrases
Jan
23
answered Translation of “We look forward to assisting you” in spanish
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
5
comment “old car” slang
Puntualizar que, si bien no es la palabra más utilizada, carro sí se usa en España.
Dec
1
revised Ring: “anillo” vs “sortija”
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Dec
1
comment Ring: “anillo” vs “sortija”
"Anilla" refers more to tools or objects, is not usual for jewelry of any type. Aro could be used, but is very unusual, his usual use is also for objects with a circular form, outside of the scope of jewelry. Rings worn by men are almost always referred to as "anillo" or, in the case of wedding rings as "alianza"
Dec
1
answered Ring: “anillo” vs “sortija”
Nov
14
comment “Magia” vs “Mágico”: What's the difference?
Magia is the noun, mágico it's related adjective