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BETA Spanish-English translation for: We need someone more experienced
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proverb. Unverified Vale más el collar que el perroWe spent more on the collar than on the dog
alguien {pron}someone <so.> [subject]
tripear a algn [col.] [carib.]to pull someone's leg [coll.]
nosotros {pron}we
precisar algo [necesitar]to need sth.
(Yo) necesito agua.I need water.
miércoles {m}Wednesday <Wed., We.>
necesitar a-algn/algoto need sb./sth.
¡Ahora vamos!Here we go!
¡Ale vamos!Here we go!
¡En marcha!Here we go!
¡En marcha!Off we go!
necesitar algo desesperadamenteto be badly in need of sth.
Casi estamos allí.We're almost there.
Casi estamos allí.We're nearly there.
Todos nosotros estamos cansados.We are all tired.
También lavamos el coche.We also washed the car.
(Nosotros) no estamos de acuerdo.We don't agree.
Preferimos quedarnos en casa.We prefer to stay (at) home.
¿Estamos todos de acuerdo, caballeros?Are we all agreed, gentlemen?
más fácilmente {adv}more easily
más a menudo {adv}more often
Unverified No veíamos ni torta. [col.]We could not see diddly squat. [coll.]
encarecer algoto make sth. more expensive
¿Cómo e'tamo'? [col.] [carib.]How are we today? [coll.] [How are you today?]
más o menos {adv}more or less
Necesito ver a un médico.I need to see a doctor.
No permitimos que fume la gente.We do not permit people to smoke.
Siempre hemos vivido en esta casa.We have always lived in this house.
cada vez más {adv}more and more [increasingly]
Fuimos a despedirle a la estación.We went to see him off at the station.
Así que se fueron, lavamos los platos.As soon as they left, we washed the dishes.
¿Podemos acordar una fecha para la próxima reunión?Can we agree on a date for the next meeting?
Es mejor que también consigamos un poco de mantequilla.We'd better get some butter as well.
Unverified más sucio aún de lo habitual {adj}even more dirty than usual
Tal vez vayamos a tener una tormenta.Perhaps we're going to have a storm.
Era un día tan cálido que decidimos ir al mar.It was such a warm day that we decided to go to the beach.
Tus palabras fueron papel mojado. [fig.]Your words were no more than empty promises. [fig.]
 
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