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Dictionary Spanish English: ser

Translation 1 - 73 of 73

Spanish English
VERB   ser | soy | fui | sido
to be
ser {m} [criatura]being [creature]
2 Words: Verbs
ser alguien [importante]to be somebody [coll.] [an important person]
ser buzo [col.] [cent.] [El Salvador ]to be smart
Unverified ser choyado {m} [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]to be crazy or uneducated
ser Gardel [ser exitoso] [sur.] [Argentina] [col.]to be successful
ser infielto be unfaithful
Unverified ser pelado [col.] [calvo]to be as bald as a coot [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
Unverified ser piedra [ser guapo] [sur.] [Perú]to be handsome
ser puntualto be on time
ser sonámbuloto sleepwalk
ser útilto avail [literary] [be of use]
Unverified ser vergón [ser amistoso] [cent.] [El Salvador] [col.]to be friendly
2 Words: Nouns
ser {m} humanohuman being
3 Words: Others
Parece ser que ...It seems to be that ...
3 Words: Verbs
no ser sino algoto be nothing but sth.
pasar de ser algoto go from being sth.
ser buena señalto bode well
ser del montón [locución]to be run-of-the-mill [idiom]
ser equivalente a algoto equate to sth.
jur. ser hallado culpableto be found guilty
mat. ser igual a algoto be equal to sth.
ser la repanocha [esp.] [col.]to be unbelievable
Unverified ser latoso con algn [molestar] [mex.] [col.]to bug sb.
ser mala señalto bode ill
ser pan comido [col.] [fig.]to be a piece of cake [coll.] [fig.] [very easy]
ser posible que [+subj.]to be possible that
ser proclive a algoto be partial to sth. [fond of]
ser pura palabrería [locución]to be all talk [coll.] [idiom]
ser reprobado en algoto fail sth.
Unverified ser todo orejas [locución]to be all ears [idiom]
ser un ascoto be awful
ser un gallina [fig.] [cobarde]to be a chicken [fig.] [coward]
ser un incordioto be a bother [coll.] [annoyance]
ser un mimoto mime [be a mime artist]
ser un pollo {m} [Perú] [Lima] [col.]to be juiced-up [drunk] [Am.] [coll.]
ser un tapón [col.] [pey.]to be fat and stumpy [coll.] [pej.]
Unverified ser una chamacona [mex.] [col.]to look pretty
ser una monada [col.]to be a little darling [coll.]
ser una pasada [col.]to be brilliant [coll.] [amazing]
tender a ser algoto tend to be sth.
tender a ser algoto have a tendency to be sth.
4 Words: Others
a no ser que {conj}except when
a no ser que {conj} [+subj.]unless
4 Words: Verbs
llegar a ser jefeto become the boss
no querer ser vistoto not want to be seen
no ser su día [col.] [locución]to have an off day [coll.] [idiom] [perform poorly]
ser (como) una tumba [col.] [locución]to keep one's mouth shut [coll.] [idiom]
ser corto de entendederas [col.]to be dim [coll.]
ser de armas tomar [col.] [locución]to be a right handful [coll.] [idiom]
loc. ser de buena pastato be a good guy
ser duro de pelar [col.] [locución]to be stubborn
ser mondo y lirondo [col.] [locución]to be plain and simple [idiom]
ser todo un retoto be quite a challenge
ser un cardo borriquero [col.] [locución] [ser arisco]to be churlish
ser un problema para algoto crimp sth. [Am.] [coll.] [affect adversely]
ser una pena que [+subj.]to be a crying shame that [coll.] [idiom]
ser una suerte que [+subj.]to be lucky that
tender a ser pesimistato be prone to pessimism
5+ Words: Others
Hubo un tiempo en que quería ser doctor.Once I wanted to be a doctor.
5+ Words: Verbs
no ser nada del otro jueves [col.] [locución]to be nothing to write home about [coll.] [idiom]
no ser santo de su devoción [col.] [locución]to not be his / her favourite person [coll.] [idiom]
ser de mala educación hacer algoto be bad manners to do sth.
ser de sesenta y pico años [locución]to be sixty-something [idiom]
ser la fecha fijada por algoto be the date fixed for sth.
ling. ser la oveja negra de la familiato be the black sheep of the family [idiom] [to be a disreputable/bad member of a family or group]
ser listo como un zorroto be as clever as a fox [idiom] [extremely clever]
ser más feliz de lo que había sido nuncato be happier than one had ever been
ling. ser mas lento que una tortugato be slower than a turtle [idiom]
ling. ser mas pesado que una vaca en brazosto be a bore [idiom] [annoying]
ser necesario para que algn haga algoto behoove sb. to do sth. [Am.]
ser necesario para que algn haga algoto behove sb. to do sth. [Br.]
tener toda la pinta de ser algo [locución]to look suspiciously like sth. [idiom]
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