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We are a leading translation services provider in London, UK. Our expertise is Spanish and English translation. We also provide certified Spanish translation to English translation for all types of documents. In this article we have selected 77 common Spanish words and translated them to English. We have also used them in sentences, to provide a better understanding about how you can use these words.

  1. buscar[bus-KAR] verb to look for
    Yo busco mi lápiz amarillo.
    I am looking for my yellow pencil.
  2. buscar en computadora[bus-KARehn kom-pu-ta-DO-ra] verb to search in a computer
    Si buscas la información por Google, la vas a encontrar.
    If you search for the information with Google, you’ll find it.
  3. If you search for the information with Google, you’ll find it.

  4. el buzón[bu-SON] noun, masc. mailbox
    El cartero deja la carta en el buzón.
    The mailman leaves the letter in the mailbox.
  5. el caballo[ka-BA-yo] noun, masc. horse
    El niño monta un caballo.
    The boy is riding a horse.
  6. la cabeza [ka-BE-sa] noun, fem. head
    Le duele la cabeza a ella.
    She has a headache.
  7. el cacahuate[ka-ka-UA-te] noun, masc. peanut
    Cuando vamos al juego de béisbol, comemos cacahuetes.
    When we go to the baseball game, we eat peanuts.
  8. cada[KA-da] adjective each
    Cada alumno tiene que tocar un instrumento.
    Each pupil has to play an instrument.
  9. cada uno[KA-da-U-no] pronoun, masc. everyone
    Cada uno va a hacer su parte.
    Everyone is going to do his part.
  10. caer [ka-ER] verb to fall
    El vaso va a caer en el suelo.
    The glass is going to fall on the ground.
  11. caerseverb to fall (oneself)
    El bebé se cae de la cama.
    The baby falls from the bed.
  12. el café[ka-FE] noun, masc. coffee
    A mis padres les gusta el café.
    My parents like coffee.
  13. la caída [ka-EE-da] noun, masc. fall
    La caída de la nieve es bonita.
    The snowfall is pretty.
  14. The snowfall is pretty.

  15. la caja [KA-ja] noun, fem. box
    ¿Es una caja de dulces?
    Is it a box of candy?
  16. la caja para dinero [KA-ja-de-dee-NE-ro] noun, masc. money box
    el cajero automático(ka-HEH-ro au-to-MA-ti-co) noun, masc. ATM
    ¿Dónde hay un cajero automático bien cerca?
    Where is the nearest ATM machine?
  17. el cajón[ka-JON] noun, masc. box; drawer
    Pongan los peines en el cajón.
    Put the combs in the drawer.
  18. la calabaza [ka-la-BA-sa] noun, fem. pumpkin
    En octubre todos hacen pastel de calabaza.
    Everyone makes pumpkin pie in October.
  19. el calcetín[kal-se-TEEN] noun, mas. sock
    los calcetines plu.
    En invierno llevo calcetines gruesos.
    I wear thick socks in winter.
  20. el calendario[ka-len-DA-reeo] noun, masc. calendar
    El calendario indica los meses del año.
    The calendar indicates the months of the year.
  21. caliente[ka-LYEN-te] adjective hot
    La sopa está caliente.
    The soup is hot.
  22. la calle [KA-lye, KA-ye] noun, fem. street
    Yo vivo en esa calle.
    I live on that street.
  23. calmado [kal-MA-do] adjective, masc. calm
    calmada[kal-MA-da] fem.
    Ya no hace viento. El día está calmado.
    It is not windy anymore. The day is calm.
  24. la cama [KA-ma] noun, fem. bed
    El gato duerme en mi cama.
    The cat is sleeping on my bed.
  25. la cámara [KA-ma-ra] noun, fem. camera
    Él toma (saca) una foto con su cámara.
    He takes a picture with his camera.
  26. la videocámara [VI-deo-KA-mah-ra] noun, fem. video camera
    Trae la videocámara para grabar la reunión.
    Bring the video camera so we can record the reunion.
  27. el cambio[KAM-beeo] noun, masc. change
    No traigo cambio en la bolsa.
    I don’t have change in my pocket.
  28. caminar [ka-mee-NAR] verb to walk
    Mis abuelos tienen que caminar todos los días.
    My grandparents have to walk every day.
  29. el camino[ka-MEE-no] noun, masc. highway, road
    El camión va por el camino.
    The truck is going down the highway.
  30. el camión[ka-MEEON] noun, masc. truck
    El camión es rojo.
    The truck is red.
    el camión de bomberosnoun, masc. fire truck
  31. la camisa [ka-MEE-sa] noun, fem. shirt
    La camisa es de muchos colores.
    The shirt is of many colors.
  32. el campo[KAM-po] noun, masc. camp, field, country
    Hay muchas flores en el campo.
    There are many flowers in the country.
  33. There are many flowers in the country.

  34. el campo de recreonoun, masc. playground
    Ellos juegan al fútbol en el campo de recreo.
    They are playing football in the playground.
  35. la canasta [ka-NAS-ta] noun, fem. basket
    el canasto[ka-NAS-to] masc.
    Hay fruta en la canasta.
    There is fruit in the basket.
  36. la canción [kan-SEEON] noun, fem. song
    Cante usted una canción en español, por favor.
    Please sing a song in Spanish.
  37. el canguro[kan-GU-ro] noun, masc. kangaroo
    Hay un canguro en el campo.
    There is a kangaroo in the field.
  38. cansado [kan-SA-do] adjective, masc. tired
    cansada[kan-SA-da] fem.
    Rosa está muy cansada.
    Rose is very tired.
  39. cantar[kan-TAR] verb to sing
    ¿Sabes cantar?
    Do you know how to sing?
  40. la capital [ka-pee-TAL] noun, fem. capital
    La Ciudad de México es la capital de México.
    Mexico City is the capital of Mexico.
  41. capturar[kap-tu-RAR] verb to capture
    El policía captura al ladrón.
    The policeman captures the thief.
  42. la cara [KA-ra] noun, fem. face
    Trae la cara sucia.
    His face is dirty.
  43. la carne [KAR-ne] noun, fem. meat
    Juan come mucha carne.
    John eats a lot of meat.
  44. la carnicería [kar-nee-se-REE-a] noun, fem. butcher shop, meat market
    En la carnicería venden carne.
    They sell meat in the meat market.
  45. They sell meat in the meat market.

  46. el carnicero[kar-nee-SE-ro] noun, masc. butcher
    El carnicero corta la carne.
    The butcher cuts the meat.
  47. caro [KA-ro] adjective, masc. expensive
    cara[KA-ra] fem.
    Es caro comer en el restaurante.
    It is expensive to eat in the restaurant.
  48. la carretera [ka-rre-TE-ra] noun, fem. highway
    Los coches corren rápidamente en la carretera.
    The cars go fast on the highway.
  49. la carta [KAR-ta] noun, fem. letter
    Estoy enviando una carta.
    I am mailing a letter.
  50. el cartero[kar-TE-ro] noun, masc. mailman, postman
    El cartero siempre lleva el correo.
    The mailman always carries the mail.
  51. la casa [KA-sa] noun, fem. house, home
    En nuestra casa, mi papá es rey.
    In our home, my father is king.
  52. en casa de[en-KA-sa-de] idiomatic expression at the home of
    En casa de mi tía, hacen una gran comida los domingos.
    At my aunt’s house there is a big meal on Sundays.
  53. casarse [ka-SAR-se] verb to marry
    Mi hermano tiene treinta años pero no quiere casarse.
    My brother is thirty years old but does not want to marry.
  54. casco[KAS-koh] noun, masc. helmet
    Los ciclistas y los motociclistas usan cascos.
    Bike and motorcycle riders use helmets.
  55. casi[KA-see] adverb almost
    Casi tiene doce años.
    He is almost twelve years old.
  56. castigar[kas-tee-GAR] verb to punish
    Cuando los alumnos son traviesos, la maestra los castiga.
    When the children are naughty, the teacher punishes them.
  57. el castillo[kas-TEE-lyo, kas-TEE-yo] noun, masc. castle
    La reina vive en el castillo.
    The queen lives in the castle.
  58. catorce [ka-TOR-se] adjective fourteen
    Hay catorce niñas y quince niños en la sala de clase.
    There are fourteen girls and fifteen boys in the classroom.
  59. la cebolla [se-BO-lya, se-BO-ya] noun, fem. onion
    A mí no me gusta la sopa de cebolla.
    I don’t like onion soup.
  60. la cebra [SE-bra] noun, fem. zebra
    La cebra es un animal blanco de rayas negras.
    The zebra is a white animal with black stripes.
  61. The zebra is a white animal with black stripes.

  62. cepillar[se-pee-LYAR, se-pi-YAR] verb to brush
    El señor cepilla el saco.
    The man brushes the jacket.
  63. cepillarseverb to brush oneself
    Me cepillo el pelo.
    I brush my hair.
  64. el cepillo[se-PEE-lyo, se-PEE-yo] noun, masc. brush
    El cepillo está en el cajón.
    The brush is in the drawer.
  65. el cepillo de dientesnoun, masc. toothbrush
    Mi cepillo de dientes es verde.
    My toothbrush is green.
  66. el cepillo de pelonoun, masc. hairbrush
    El cepillo de pelo está sobre la mesa.
    The hairbrush is on the table.
  67. cerca de[SER-ka-de] preposition near
    La silla está cerca de la mesa.
    The chair is near the table.
  68. la cereza [se-RE-sa] noun, fem. cherry
    Me gusta mucho el pastel de cereza.
    I like cherry pie very much.
  69. el cerillo[se-REE-lyo, se-REE-yo] noun, masc. match
    la cerilla [se-REE-lya, se-REE-ya] fem.
    ¿Tiene Ud. un cerillo?
    Do you have a match?
  70. el cero[SE-ro] noun, masc. zero
    Si no haces el trabajo, la maestra escribe un cero en tu papel.
    If you don’t do the work, the teacher writes a zero on your paper.
  71. cerrar[se-RRAR] verb to close
    Cierran las puertas de la escuela a las cuatro.
    They close the school doors at four o’clock.
  72. la chaqueta [cha-KE-ta] noun, fem. jacket
    Lleva una chaqueta porque hace frío.
    He wears a jacket because it is cold.
  73. el charol[cha-ROL] noun, masc. patent leather
    Los zapatos son de charol.
    The shoes are of patent leather.
  74. los chícharos [CHEE-char-ros] noun, masc. peas
    Mamá pone chícharos (guisantes) en el arroz.
    Mother puts peas in the rice.
  75. la chimenea [chee-me-NAY-a] noun, fem. fireplace, chimney
    Hay un fuego en la chimenea.
    There is a fire in the fireplace.
  76. ciego [SYE-go] adjective, masc. blind
    ciega[SYE-ga] fem.
    Ese señor es ciego.
    That man is blind.
  77. el cielo[SYE-lo] noun, masc. sky
    Hay muchas nubes en el cielo.
    There are many clouds in the sky.
  78. There are many clouds in the sky.

  79. el cielo raso[SYE-lo RA-so] noun, masc. ceiling
    El cielo raso de mi cuarto es blanco.
    The ceiling in my room is white.
  80. la ciencia [SYEN-cea] noun, fem. science
    La lección trata de la ciencia.
    The lesson is about science.
  81. el chocolate[cho-ko-LA-te] noun, masc. chocolate
    ¡Qué bueno está el chocolate!
    The chocolate is good!
  82. el chubasco[chu-BAS-ko] noun, masc. shower, storm
    En abril hay chubascos.
    There are showers in April.
  83. la chuleta [chu-LE-ta] noun, fem. chop
    Estas chuletas de puerco están deliciosas.
    These pork chops are delicious.
 

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