camarón que se duerme, se lo lleva la corriente in the Oxford Spanish Dictionary

Translations for camarón que se duerme, se lo lleva la corriente in the English»Spanish Dictionary (Go to Spanish»English)

sabre → saber

saber, sabre Brit [Am ˈseɪbər, Brit ˈseɪbə] NOUN

See also southeast

I.southeast, Southeast [Am ˌsaʊθˈist, Brit saʊθˈiːst] NOUN U the southeast

II.southeast, Southeast [Am ˌsaʊθˈist, Brit saʊθˈiːst] ADJ

III.southeast, Southeast [Am ˌsaʊθˈist, Brit saʊθˈiːst] ADV

Translations for camarón que se duerme, se lo lleva la corriente in the Spanish»English Dictionary (Go to English»Spanish)

saber1 NOUN m

I.saber2 VERB trans

1.1. saber nombre/dirección/chiste/canción:

2. saber (ser capaz de) (saber +  infin):

4. saber (enterarse):

II.saber2 VERB intr

3. saber (tener sabor):

III.saberse VERB vpr

se PERS PRON

2. se en verbos pronominales:

3.2. se impersonal:

See also le

le PERS PRON

1.1. le (como objeto indirecto):

SER [ser] NOUN f

SER → Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión

I.ser1 VERB aux

1. ser (seguido de adjetivos) ser expresses identity or nature as opposed to condition or state, which is normally conveyed by estar. The examples given below should be contrasted with those to be found in estar

3.1. ser (seguido de nombre, pronombre, sintagma nominal):

4. ser (con predicado introducido por 'de'):

II.ser1 VERB intr

3. ser (sumar):

5. ser (usado para enfatizar):

6. ser:

8. ser en locs:

III.ser1 VERB impers

IV.ser1 VERB aux (en la formación de la voz pasiva)

See also X, X, razón, razón, estar2, estar2, estar1, estar1

X, x [ˈekis] NOUN f (the letter)

X, x [ˈekis] NOUN f (the letter)

razón NOUN f

1. razón (motivo, causa):

2. razón (información):

razón NOUN f

1. razón (motivo, causa):

2. razón (información):

estar2 NOUN m esp LatAm

estar2 NOUN m esp LatAm

I.estar1 VERB aux

1. estar (seguido de adjetivos) Estar denotes a changed condition or state as opposed to identity or nature, which is normally expressed by ser . Estar is also used when the emphasis is on the speaker's perception of things, of their appearance, taste, etc. The examples given below should be contrasted with those to be found in , ser