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Spanish Idioms: “Dar una mano a alguien”

Idiomatic expressions don’t always translate well literally or figuratively between English and Spanish, but good news, this one does. “Dar una mano a alguien” means to “Give somebody a hand”, or in other words, to help

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Spanish Idioms: “Ser un caradura”

Okay, let’s get this straight: if someone is a “caradura”, it doesn’t mean that they literally have a hard face. Nope, but to get to the bottom of the meaning, we need to delve deep into

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Gato encerrado

Spanish Idioms: “Hay gato encerrado”

Here is an easy Spanish idiom you can use in those situations where things just don’t seem on the up-and-up, and you suspect dishonesty or lack of transparency. Play the audio and hear how the idiom

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Spanish Idioms: “Perder los estribos”

This Spanish idiomatic expression is used to express that someone has reach his/her limit and it’s about to lose his/her mind. Esta expresión idiomática en español se utiliza para expresar que alguien ha alcanzado su límite y

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Spanish Idioms: “Pedirle peras al olmo”

This Spanish idiomatic expression is used to express that some things are just a lost cause. Esta expresión idiomática en español se utiliza para expresar que algunas cosas son simplemente una causa perdida. Your browser does

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Spanish Idioms: “Pasarse de la raya”

This idiomatic expression in Spanish is used to express that someone has exceeded the permitted limit. Esta expresión idiomática en español se utiliza cuando alguien ha rebasado el límite de lo permitido. Your browser does not support

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Spanish Idioms: “Matar dos pájaros de un tiro”

This Spanish idiom mean that someone has the opportunity to solve two problems at once. Esta expresión idiomática en español significa que una persona tiene la oportunidad de resolver dos problemas al mismo tiempo. Your browser

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Spanish Idioms: “Hacer la vista gorda”

This Spanish idiom mean that someone pretended not to see something that is or was obvious. Esta expresión idiomática en español significa que alguien fingió no ver algo que es o era ovio. Your browser does

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