Questions tagged [sustantivos]

Para preguntas sobre sustantivos, sus usos, significados, etimología o su gramática. // For questions about nouns, their use, meaning, etymology and grammar.

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Equivalente de “discoverability” en español

Estoy estudiando redes de computadoras y en el libro Head First Networking aparece un término que sí entiendo pero quisiera saber si existe algún equivalente en español para él, el término es "...
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Using embedded pronouns inside verbs [duplicate]

So, I'm in Spanish 1, and I've heard that pronouns (Yo, tu, el, etc.) are embedded in conjugated verbs. I've noticed the use of a separate pronoun along with a conjugated verb, and it seems a little ...
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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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“Empanada”, “Emparedado”, and their genders

Lately, I've started noticing how some Spanish nouns are merely past-participles of verbs (with the addition of a -ado/-ada suffix), and that those verbs are sometimes derived from other nouns by ...
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¿“Los auriculares” o “el auriculares”?

¿Cuando hablo sobre un par de auriculares en español, cuál es correcto? Los auriculares fueron caro. El auriculares fue caro. ¿Y también, es auriculares la palabra correcta para esta cosa?
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How do you describe the directional parts of an object?

I'm working with a Mexican contractor to remodel my house, so it is quite common that I need to describe the sides of objects. I would like to speak with informal street-style Mexican with him because ...
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¿Si hay muchas personas que se llaman Jesús juntas, cómo debo designarlas?

¿Si hay muchas personas que se llaman Jesús juntas, cómo debo designarlas? Eran varios Jesús a la vez Eran varios Jesúes [Jesuses (!) ] a la vez Me parece que no es como Paco o Pepe. Muchos Pacos; ...
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How to say something is “annoying” in Spanish?

I have been wondering how to say annoying, adjective and verb, in Spanish (ES). I come from the Northwest of the US and we use this word very often. I have seen examples using molestar but none of ...
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What's the plural of “suéter”?

What's the plural of "suéter"? In Mexico, most of the times is called "sueters". Is it "sueters" or "suéteres"?
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Two nouns in a row, or, is it OK to omit “de”?

Two or more nouns are sometimes used consecutively, with the second modifying the first. For instance, I recently received a mail whose subject was "Honorarios migración." This is, I suppose, ...
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Is there a translation for “cougar”?

I mean cougar as in a middle-aged woman seeking a romantic relationship with a younger man. I know the term asaltacunas, but this applies to both men and women, so I would like to know if there is a ...
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Translating “break” (during work)

In the US, it is common for workers to take a half-hour or hour lunch break in the middle of the day, plus two ten or fifteen minute breaks in the morning and afternoon. Spanish has many words that ...
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Origin of the name “Jesucristo”

The name Jesus translates simply as Jesús, and Christ as Christo. So why is Jesus Christ translated as Jesucristo rather than Jesús Cristo or Cristo Jesús? Google gives me a plethora of explanations ...
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Are there any nouns with irregular plurals in Spanish?

In English, some nouns have regular plural forms ending in -s or -es and fewer are irregular. Fish in the plural is still fish while child becomes children. In Spanish, nearly all nouns are regular, ...

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