Random Spanish Words #3

Translate these common Spanish words into English.
All the answers are a single word
If multiple answers fit, guess the most common
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Last updated: October 17, 2020
First submittedSeptember 21, 2018
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Spanish
English
sombrero
hat
diablo
devil
diez
ten
bajo
low
marinero
sailor
usted
you
amor
love
muchacho
boy
Spanish
English
cocina
kitchen
padre
father
bueno
good
donde
where
naranja
orange
nada
nothing
siempre
always
pan
bread
Spanish
English
montaña
mountain
año
year
sol
sun
lengua
tongue
vida
life
reina
queen
y
and
palabra
word
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Level 74
Oct 17, 2020
"bajo" can also mean "bass", and "under", while "lengua" can also mean "language". I suggest you add these as possible answers
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Level 70
Oct 18, 2020
I tried under first.
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Level 73
Oct 18, 2020
Me too. And below. But missed low. I think all three are correct. He was reading under a tree. - Estaba leyendo bajo un árbol.
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Level ∞
Oct 18, 2020
Under will work now. Language was already accepted.
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Level 61
Oct 19, 2020
I tried Bass at the begining and I think it should be accepted as well as it really comes from the same word
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Level 76
Oct 17, 2020
Thankfully my first guess for marinero was correct. Otherwise I would've tried 'seasoning' next.
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Level 83
Oct 17, 2020
Yo no soy marinero. Soy capitan.
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Level 82
Oct 20, 2020
lalalalalala bamba!
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Level 84
Oct 18, 2020
I totally blanked with the word sailor, i tried seaman (which may be accepted?) and some other variations with no luck.
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Level 61
Oct 21, 2020
Yeah, shouldn't "seaman" be accepted?
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Level 69
Oct 18, 2020
That's weird. I learned that boy in Spanish was niño or chico
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Level 80
Oct 18, 2020
You're not wrong.
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Level ∞
Oct 18, 2020
It's not wrong, but it's orthogonal to the question. The quiz does not ask the user to translate from English to Spanish, but from Spanish to English. The question is correct. We also accept things like "guy" and "dude" for muchacho.
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Level 50
Oct 18, 2020
It's not my fault if the page gets auto-translated...