spanish idiom

What Ponerse Verde Means In Spanish

Let’s learn a new Spanish idiomatic expression: ponerse verde! Have you ever found the idiom “ponerse verde” or heard it from someone? Idioms are not easy to catch when we don’t know them: in this case we have an expression with a colour, which is not easy to interpret . What would that colour mean? […]

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What Pasar La Noche En Blanco Means In Spanish

“Pasar la noche en blanco” is such a nice idiom! “Pasar la noche en blanco” is one of those idioms with colours: in Spanish it’s very common to use colours in idiomatic expressions! It might be difficult to understand their meaning if you don’t have a similar idiom in your language: colours express something specific, […]

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What Perro Ladrador, Poco Mordedor Means In Spanish

Have you ever heard the idiom “perro ladrador, poco mordedor” in Spanish? “Perro ladrador, poco mordedor” is a nice idiom that we can find in other languages, so it will be particularly easy to use. Adding some idiomatic expression to your vocabulary is also a great idea to be able to speak with natives, understand […]

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What Ponerse Morado Means In Spanish

“Ponerse morado” is a funny Spanish idiom to learn, have you ever heard it? If you did, you might wonder what “ponerse morado” means as it’s not easy to catch its meaning. Idioms are a lovely way to describe situations and express ideas that otherwise would not sound the same. That’s why we love them! […]

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What No Pegar Ojo Means In Spanish

“No pegar ojo” is a lovely Spanish idiom: do you know it? We do love Spanish idiomatic expressions and “no pegar ojo” is a really lovely one! When you learn a language, one of the most difficult things to go through are idioms: sometimes the meaning is really hard to catch if you just translate […]

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What Cuando Se Cierra Una Puerta, Se Abre Una Ventana Means In Spanish

Have you ever heard the Spanish idiom starting with “cuando se cierra una puerta…“? “Cuando se cierra una puerta, se abre una ventana” is the complete form of this lovely idiomatic expression you might know. As for many others, we need a bit of imagination to understand the hidden meaning, but this is why idioms […]

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What De Tal Palo Tal Astilla Means In Spanish

Does “de tal palo tal astilla” sound familiar to you? “De tal palo tal astilla” is a nice Spanish idiom used by Spanish speakers, so it’s very useful to learn. As idioms are so common among natives, we always try to introduce them as an essential part of the language and culture. Sometimes they are […]

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What Verlo Todo De Color De Rosa Means In Spanish

“Verlo todo de color de rosa” is a new Spanish idiom to learn! Among hundreds idioms, “verlo todo de color de rosa” is a really nice one. As usual, at Happy Languages we pay a lot of attention to idiomatic expressions and we always try to introduce some of them in order to make students […]

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What No Importar Un Pimiento Means In Spanish

No importar un pimiento is a nice Spanish idiom you should learn! If you have already heard some using the expression “No importar un pimiento“, you might have guessed its meaning from the context. Normally we use it when we want to say that we don’t care about something. However, the literal translation might be […]

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What No Tener Ni Pies Ni Cabeza Means In Spanish

No tener ni pies ni cabeza is a good Spanish idiom to learn! If you hear “No tener ni pies ni cabeza” you might be a bit confused as the meaning is not very straightforward. Sometimes idiomatic expressions need a bit of interpretation: a literal translation is not enough to explain what they really mean. […]