Spanish Word Of The Week: Cordero
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Our word of the week is “cordero”!
Easter is coming, so the word “cordero” might be a useful one: it means “lamb”, which is an Easter’s symbol and also one of the most common food to celebrate this festivity.
The word comes from the Latin “cordārius“, whose origin is the word “cordus“, “new, young”.
In Spain, as well as in the whole Christian world, the lamb is a symbol of innocence and purity and is often assiciated to Easter.
Here you have some examples!
|¿Cómo se dice “cordero” en inglés?||How do you say “cordero” in English?|
|El cordero no estaba preparado correctamente, en mi opinión.||In my opinion, the lamb was not cooked properly.|
|El cordero es uno de los símbolos más extendidos de la Pascua.||The lamb is one of the most common Easter’s symbols.|
Now try to start using this new word in your everyday conversation, it’s not difficult at all!
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