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Random Spanish Words and Sentences

Here you'll find lots of random Spanish words and phrases not typically seen in formal language courses or textbooks. It's just random translations that visitors have submitted to help you learn. Words and phrases can be just about anything, but mostly it's words and phrases we don't yet have a formal category for. Things from this page occasionally get moved onto a separate themed page if there's enough content to warrent it.

Anyway, first up, you'll find a section with random Spanish words, translated from Spanish to English. Just after, are the random Spanish phrases, also translated from Spanish to English. The lists have been written in alphabetical order, in case you want to quickly look up a specific word or phrase.

Note: You can also view these phrases with translations from English to Spanish. Phrases in bold added during the last update.


Random Spanish Words:

Aburrido ➔ Bored

Ala ➔ Wing

Algodon ➔ Cotton

Ah? ➔ Huh?

Ángel ➔ Angel

Aprender ➔ Learn

Árbol ➔ Tree

Aterrorizado ➔ Terrified

Bailarín ➔ Ballet dancer

Bueno ➔ Good

Caja ➔ Box

Calabaza ➔ Pumpkin

Camión ➔ Truck

Camiseta ➔ T-shirt

Cansado ➔ Tired

Cielo ➔ Heaven, Sky

Computadora ➔ Computer

Contento ➔ Happy

Decapitar ➔ To decapitate

Demonio ➔ Demon

El mundo ➔ The world

El sofa ➔ Sofa

Escritorio ➔ Desk

Escuche ➔ Listen

Ese ➔ Man

Espejo ➔ Mirror

Estrellas ➔ Stars

Estufa ➔ Stove

Felicidades ➔ Congratulations

Fuego ➔ Fire

Fútbol ➔ Soccer

Generador ➔ Generator

Impresora ➔ Printer

Ingles ➔ English

jajaja ➔ lol / hahaha

La casa ➔ House

La escopeta ➔ Shotgun

La flatulencia ➔ Flatulence

La sangre ➔ Blood

Labio ➔ Lips

Lapiz ➔ Pencil

Lavadora ➔ Washing machine

Libro ➔ Book

Luna ➔ Moon

Mago ➔ Wizard

Malo ➔ Bad

Maravilloso ➔ Amazing

Matar ➔ To kill

Mesa ➔ Table

Microondas ➔ Microwave

Mundo ➔ World

Nadando ➔ Swimming

Niñas ➔ Girls

Niños ➔ Children

Nuevo ➔ New

Oceano ➔ Ocean

Ojo ➔ Eye

Oro ➔ Gold

Paraíso ➔ Paradise

Pequeño ➔ Little

Piedra ➔ Stone

Planeta ➔ Planet

Puerta ➔ Door

Punteado ➔ Dotted

Que? ➔ What?

Rayo ➔ Lightning

Reloj de sol ➔ Sundial

Ruidoso ➔ Noisy

Sala ➔ Living room

Sentimientos ➔ Feelings

Siempre ➔ Always

Silla ➔ Chair

Sol ➔ Sun

Sombrilla ➔ Umbrella

Suave ➔ Soft

Suerte ➔ Luck

Suertudo ➔ Lucky

Taza ➔ Cup

Telefono ➔ Phone

Tierno ➔ Cute

Tierra ➔ Earth

Tobillo ➔ Ankle

Unidad ➔ Unity

Universo ➔ Universe

Vaso ➔ Glass

Ventana ➔ Window

Viejo ➔ Old

Viento ➔ Wind


Random Spanish Sentences & Phrases:

Ahora dime. ➔ Now, tell me.

Arresto domiciliario ➔ House arrest

Callejón sin salida ➔ Dead end

Collar de diamantes ➔ Diamond necklace

Collar de perlas ➔ Pearl necklace

Consultorio del médico ➔ Doctor's office

Donde es mi cabeza? ➔ Where is my head?

El equipo de sonido ➔ Sound equipment

El hombre tiene la flatulencia. ➔ The man had flatulence.

En mi casa ➔ In my house

Eres (nationality)? ➔ Are you (nationality)?

Es cierto. ➔ It's true.

Escuchaste? ➔ Did you listen?

Escuché. ➔ I listened.

Estas cansado? ➔ Are you tired?

Estas muerto. ➔ You are dead.

Estoy cansado. ➔ I'm tired.

Feliz cumpleaños! ➔ Happy birthday!

Fotografías de alta resolución ➔ High resolution photos

¿Hay vueltos a Nueva York esta tarde? ➔ Is there a flight to New York this evening?

He perdido mi pasaporte. ➔ I've lost my passport.

Hoy es un dia hermoso. ➔ It's a lovely day today.

Hoy no tengo mi libro. ➔ I don't have my book today.

Iré a (place). ➔ I'm going to (place).

La caja es grande. ➔ The box is huge.

La habitacion esta vacia. ➔ The room is empty.

La única flor en el mundo ➔ The only flower in the world

Larga vida ➔ Long life

Las mujeres y los niños ➔ Women and children

Luna creciente ➔ Crescent moon

Luna llena ➔ Full moon

Me duele el estomago. ➔ I have a stomach ache.

Mi vida es loca. ➔ My life is crazy.

Mirame a los ojos. ➔ Look into my eyes.

Numero uno ➔ Number one

Odio las mañanas del lunes. ➔ I hate Monday mornings.

Por amor de dios ➔ For the love of god

Porque estoy poniendo esto? ➔ Why am I putting this?

Primer lugar ➔ First place

Pulsera de tobillo ➔ Ankle bracelet

Que onda quey? ➔ What's up dude?

Que tienes en mente? ➔ What's always in your mind?

Quiero hablar contigo. ➔ I want to talk to you.

Quiero ver una película ciencia ficción. ➔ I'd like to see a science-fiction movie.

¿Se puede ir en autobús? ➔ Can you get there by bus?

Servicio postal ➔ Postal service

Son las seis y tres. ➔ It is 6:03.

Te enviare al cielo. ➔ I'll send you to heaven.

Te necesito. ➔ I need you.

Tengo calor. ➔ I am hot.

Tengo frio. ➔ I am cold.

Tengo que irme. ➔ I have to go.

Tengo sueño. ➔ I feel sleepy.

Un generador de oxígeno ➔ An oxygen generator

Un tobillo torcido ➔ A sprained ankle

Una abeja/una avispa me picó. ➔ I've been stung by a bee/wasp.

Una cerca blanca ➔ A white picket fence

Viste? ➔ Did you look?

Voy a la tienda. ➔ I'm going to the shop.

Yo tengo el mundo ➔ I have the world

Yo ví. ➔ I looked.

Yo vivo en (place). ➔ I live in (place).

*Random Spanish words and phrases last updated: March 27, 2018.

Comprehension:

How well do you remember what you've learned? Can you answer these questions? Once you've written down your answers, scroll back up to see how you've done.

1. What is the Spanish word for washing machine?
2. What does calabaza mean in English?
3. What is the translation of cansado in English?
4. What is tengo que irme in English?

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Corrections?

As most of the translations in the list above are user submitted, it's quite possible for there to be mistakes on the page. If you speak Spanish and have a correction you'd like to share, feel free to leave a message below. Thanks again for any help you can provide.

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The Fine Print

I don't speak Spanish myself, so there could be mistakes in the translations. Most of what is here is user-submitted, but I do try to check for accuracy and make corrections as I can. Thanks for your understanding.



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