Intimidating in spanish

We have words that come close, but most of them are derogatory. Apparently the Spanish-speakers of the world are much better at describing people’s physical features.

One of the great things about learning Spanish is that, the more you learn, the more you expand your mind.

For instance, there are numerous words that exist in Spanish that don’t have a direct English translation. For others, the words may mean something direct in English (literally) but they mean something completely different when spoken in Spanish (context).

Here are some wonderfully unique Spanish words that’ll introduce you to a world of new ideas and expressions.

Some of the first things we teach our children are their colors right? Have you ever seen a car that isn’t quite gray but it isn’t quite brown either?

That means that if you type them into Google for an English equivalent, chances are you’ll come up with a smattering of different words or sentences strung together to get the idea across. All in all, you’ll be giving your brain tons of new ways to express ideas.

So, now it’s time to expand your vocabulary and expand your mind.

Or, if that’s not ringing a bell, have you seen the TV show “What Not To Wear?

” All episodes feature hidden camera footage of someone walking down the street clearly unaware of how ridiculous or frumpy they look.

What the heck was that silly word you were thinking of?

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