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Random Spanish Words #1

Translate these common Spanish words into English.
All the answers are a single word
If multiple answers fit, guess the most common
Last updated: October 07, 2014
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Spanish
English
Rojo
Red
Trabajar
Work
Dinero
Money
Mucho
Much
Agua
Water
Perro
Dog
Playa
Beach
Fiesta
Party
Spanish
English
Zapato
Shoe
Feliz
Happy
Amigo
Friend
Tarde
Late
Noche
Night
Gracias
Thanks
Toro
Bull
Jefe
Chief
Spanish
English
También
Also
Adiós
Goodbye
Ocho
Eight
Burro
Donkey
Barrio
Neighborhood
Niña
Girl
Tio
Uncle
Oro
Gold
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level 63
Sep 16, 2014
Yuhuu! 19/24 without a single Spanish lesson. :)
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level 20
Jan 17, 2018
i got all without a lesson
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level 21
Mar 8, 2018
100% with 3:13 remaining... I still don't want to take Spanish 3.
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level 42
Jan 6, 2019
Me too!!! I'm Argentine tho...
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level 66
Oct 7, 2014
Tarde also means afternoon. And the fact that it's immediatly before 'night' doesn't help, you may want to consider accepting it
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level 69
Oct 7, 2014
i agree...should be accepted as well as late
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level 57
Oct 7, 2014
Yep.
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level 75
Oct 7, 2014
Another agree.
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level 38
May 19, 2017
The quiz master SPECIFICALLY SAID that if more than one answer fit, use the most common. Tarde by itself would more likely elicit "late". For time, it would be moreoften something like .... de la tarde...
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level 75
Oct 7, 2014
I typed in afternoon first but after thinking about it a second got the right answer. I don't think there's any need for a change.
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level 67
Oct 7, 2014
Agreed. "A las cuatro de la tarde" is 4:00 in the afternoon.
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level ∞
Oct 7, 2014
Afternoon will work now.
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level 21
Mar 8, 2018
That works too!
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level 46
Oct 7, 2014
Turns out I wasn't so bad at Spanish GCSE after all.
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level 32
Oct 7, 2014
should add some words from movies like Esse, pindejo, cabron. (Not sure how to spell any but seem to be used by gangsters)
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level 39
Oct 7, 2014
Only one I missed was Barrio...3 years of Spanish and I don't ever recall seeing that word.
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level 66
Oct 9, 2014
I remembered that one from Sesame Street. :D And I took 4 years of Spanish in high school and 1 in college. :D
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level 7
Oct 12, 2014
barrio, village?
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level 59
Dec 28, 2014
3:20 left!
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level 15
Dec 28, 2014
Missed 3
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level 76
Feb 7, 2016
apparently i still remember my lessons from 17 years ago
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level 59
Dec 24, 2016
3:22 left! At least something simple for us
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level 35
Dec 24, 2016
For burro, the first thing that came to my head was burrito!
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level 75
Dec 24, 2016
Burrito just means "little donkey."
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level 70
Mar 4, 2017
Eso si que es. :-)
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level 63
Dec 24, 2016
Since you have diacritics on most of the words that require it, you might want to add it to 'tío' as well.
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level 75
Dec 24, 2016
It seems to me that a couple of these, fiesta and burro, have become so common in English that they don't need translating. The words have become part of the language even apart from Spanish-speaking areas, and are synonyms of the clues rather than translations.
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level 45
Jan 14, 2019
never heard of barrio
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level 37
Dec 24, 2016
Anybody else doing National 5 Spanish
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level 48
Dec 24, 2016
Barrio can also mean district. And jefe also means head. Not the sae head as 'cabeza' referring to your head on your body, but head like 'the boss'.
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level 51
Dec 25, 2016
this should be a quiz like the terms get randomized each time you take it
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level 58
Dec 26, 2016
District, quarter and suburb should be accepted for barrio
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level 56
Dec 26, 2016
Gracias, Jefe de Quiz!
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level 18
Dec 26, 2016
Even though nina does refer to a girl, it refers to a young girl, chica is the general word for girl. I tried young girl and did not get the answer correct and was very frustrated, please don't be rude to me, just putting my opinion out there. (sorry I couldn't figure out how to put the tilde on the second n in nina)
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level 70
Dec 27, 2016
I submitted burrow first instead of neighborhood for 'burrio'. Being that they mean the same and share a base, burrow should be accepted.
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level 43
Jan 4, 2017
I cheated. I speak Spanish :|
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level 70
Mar 4, 2017
I would like to point out that while I habla no Español, I do know how to say, "You're ugly and your mother dresses you funny," in Spanish, as well as French, Russian and German. Just never know when you're gonna need that one.
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level 32
May 8, 2017
was a bit too easy ngl
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level 76
May 19, 2017
Even though I've never used Spanish outside of the classroom and while south of the border, I use at least half of the words on the list in regular English conversations without anyone noticing. I'm not sure if that would be the case if I lived in New York or Michigan but in Houston it's the case.
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level 6
Feb 22, 2018
Zone and area should be accepted for barrio
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level 26
Sep 8, 2018
Barrio also can be 'district' or 'zone'
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