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Learn Random Spanish Words and Phrases

If you've been looking for some random Spanish words and phrases to help you learn more of the Spanish language, then you've come to the right place. This page contains plenty of random Spanish words, random Spanish phrases, and random Spanish sentences to help you achieve Spanish fluency.

Because online Spanish language learning can be difficult with the vast number of resources out there, we've tried our best to split up our Spanish phrases according to their theme. Links can be found on the left side of the page to our specific themed translations, but anything that doesn't currently have a home, is added to this random Spanish vocabulary page.

Due to the nature of this page, however, it has become a great place to start if you are looking for some truly random Spanish phrases. A lot of the words and phrases that are added to this page aren't the kind that are taught when you learn Spanish with a formal teacher, so it is perfect for building upon what you have already learned.

Just a note, this page contains a long list of random Spanish words in alphabetical order according to the Spanish word listed. If you are interested in reading this list of random Spanish words with their English translations listed first, feel free to visit our English to Spanish: Random Words and Phrases page instead.

Now for the other stuff you'll find on this page. Along with our wide variety of random words in Spanish, you will also find a list of our requested random Spanish translations. This list is found at the bottom of the page, just above our 'Submit New Information' form, so if you happen to know the translations for any of those requests, by all means, submit them if you've got a free moment. We'll get them added to the site in a future update.

Down near the bottom of the page there is also a place where you can subscribe to our Twitter updates. The general Twitter account is updated with site wide additions, while the language specific Twitter account is updated whenever new words or phrases are added to the site. Feel free to subscribe to both if you so desire.

We've also got a Spanish poll of the day and a place where you can leave comments about the page and its contents. If you have any specific requests for random Spanish words or phrases, feel free to leave them in the submit box, which can also found at the bottom of the page near the Twitter links.

Now without further ado, please scroll down to find our full list of random Spanish words and phrases.

Spanish to English Random Words and Phrases:

Whether you are learning about random Spanish words in South America, taking an online Spanish class, or plan to enrol yourself in one of the many Spanish language immersion schools, our Spanish to English dictionary is always being updated with new random Spanish words and phrases which makes it an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak Spanish.

View this list of random Spanish words with translations from: Spanish to English or English to Spanish

(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnSpanishCLT.)

  • Aburrido - Bored
  • Ala - Wing
  • Algodon - Cotton
  • Ah? - Huh?
  • Ahora Dime - I have to let go
  • Ángel - Angel
  • Aprender - Learn
  • Árbol - Tree

  • Bueno - Good

  • Caja - Box
  • Calabaza - Pumpkin
  • Camión - Truck
  • Camiseta - T-shirt
  • Cielo - Heaven, Sky
  • Computadora - Computer

  • Decapitar - To decapitate
  • Demonio - Demon
  • Donde es mi cabeza? - Where is my head?

  • El equipo de sonido - Sound equipment
  • El hombre tiene la flatulencia - The man had flatulence
  • El mundo - The world
  • El sofa - Sofa
  • En mi casa - In my house
  • Eres (nationality)? - Are you (nationality)?
  • Es cierto - It's true
  • Escritorio - Desk
  • Escuchaste? - Did you listen?
  • Escuche - Listen
  • Escuché - I listened
  • Ese - Man
  • Espejo - Mirror
  • Estas cansado? - Are you tired?
  • Estas muerto - You are dead
  • Estoy cansado - I'm tired
  • Estrellas - Stars
  • Estufa - Stove

  • Felicidades - Congratulations
  • Feliz cumpleaños - Happy birthday
  • Fuego - Fire

  • ¿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

  • Impresora - Printer
  • Ingles - English
  • Iré a (place) - I'm going to (place)

  • jajaja - lol / hahaha

  • La caja es grande - The box is huge
  • La casa - House
  • La escopeta - Shotgun
  • La flatulencia - Flatulence
  • La habitacion esta vacia - The room is empty
  • La sangre - Blood
  • La única flor en el mundo - The only flower in the world
  • Labio - Lips
  • Lapiz - Pencil
  • Larga vida - Long life
  • Lavadora - Washing machine
  • Libro - Book
  • Luna - Moon

  • Mago - Wizard
  • Malo - Bad
  • Maravilloso - Amazing
  • Matar - To kill
  • Me duele el estomago - I have a stomach ache
  • Mesa - Table
  • Mi vida es loca - My life is crazy
  • Microondas - Microwave
  • Mirame a los ojos - Look into my eyes
  • Mundo - World

  • No soy gay - I'm not gay
  • Nuevo - New
  • Numero uno - Number one

  • Odio las mañanas del lunes - I hate Monday mornings
  • Ojo - Eye
  • Oro - Gold

  • Pequeño - Little
  • Piedra - Stone
  • Por amor de dios - For the love of god
  • Porque estoy poniendo esto? - Why am I putting this?
  • Primer lugar - First place
  • Puerta - Door

  • Que? - What?
  • 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

  • Rayo - Lightning
  • Ruidoso - Noisy

  • Sala - Living room
  • ¿Se puede ir en autobús? - Can you get there by bus?
  • Siempre - Always
  • Silla - Chair
  • Sol - Sun
  • Sombrilla - Umbrella
  • Son las seis y tres - It is 6:03
  • Suave - Soft
  • Suerte - Luck
  • Suertudo - Lucky

  • Taza - Cup
  • Te enviare al cielo - I'll send you to heaven
  • Te necesito - I need you
  • Telefono - Phone
  • Tengo calor - I am hot
  • Tengo frio - I am cold
  • Tengo que irme - I have to go
  • Tengo sueño - I feel sleepy
  • Tierno - Cute
  • Tierra - Earth

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

  • Vaso - Glass
  • Ventana - Window
  • Viejo - Old
  • Viento - Wind
  • 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)

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Requested Spanish Translations

Do you know how to speak Spanish? Perhaps you can send in some translations to help the visitors of this site. Below are a list of random words and phrases in English that people are looking to be translated into Spanish.

  • A bed of clouds for you to sleep, diamond stars as your bedside lamp.
  • A little
  • A lot
  • Accommodation
  • Ain't nobody got time for this.
  • All
  • Asleep
  • Away
  • Bad
  • Bank
  • Because you said
  • Before you know it
  • Believe
  • Believe me.
  • Boredom spreading all around.
  • Clarinet
  • Congratulations on your new home! Bon Voyage!
  • Crippled
  • Cross
  • Did you get it?
  • Didn't know your friends like to play Facebook tag.
  • Do this
  • Don't read this. It's a waste of your time.
  • Enhancements
  • Fear
  • For fun
  • Fork
  • Fun
  • Funny
  • Get out of my face!
  • Get out of here!
  • Happy
  • Hate
  • Here is
  • He's a Fed.
  • He's camping in the house.
  • Hole
  • Hope
  • Hope your day gets better. You were quiet today.
  • I am always alone.
  • I don't know when I will see them next.
  • I don't like romance books.
  • I don't trust you.
  • I give up.
  • I hope that you are the one that I am looking for.
  • I like girls.
  • I like to sleep.
  • I love my best friend.
  • I swear. (like I promise)
  • I want to drive.
  • I was waiting for you.
  • I will inform you.
  • I'll see you next week.
  • I'm not a dramatic person.
  • I'm over you.
  • Is the van ready?
  • It happens.
  • It happens for a reason.
  • Jealous
  • Keys
  • Kind of
  • Knuckles
  • Looking forward to be back.
  • Many
  • Maybe that is crazy this soon, but that is how I feel.
  • Mean
  • Money
  • My dream
  • Narration
  • Night time
  • Nobody understands me.
  • Not a very nice person
  • Not in the mood
  • Occupation
  • Old guy in stripes
  • Please leave me your contact info.
  • Random
  • Random stuff
  • Rumble fighter
  • Saying
  • Sea World
  • Sentences
  • Shut it
  • Sign
  • Sit down, Mahoo.
  • Sleeping
  • Smart
  • Smile now, cry later.
  • So
  • Staying in the house
  • Tale
  • Telephone
  • Tell your dude you have to leave for a minute and come down real quick.
  • The people who say bad words are bad.
  • Those
  • Tired
  • To intensify a meaning
  • To not sleep
  • Totally
  • Turn up
  • Wake up.
  • Way
  • We are growing apart.
  • We will miss you.
  • What are you looking at?
  • With what?
  • You better be asleep.
  • You tell me.
  • You want to

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The Spanish to English Dictionary featured at the Chromlea Language Tutor may contain some errors in the Spanish language. It is to be seen with a grain of salt, as all the content is from actual user submissions and not checked for grammatical / spelling accuracy (though we do correct our content as we are informed of errors). We wish you the best with your learning Spanish and hope you can find this site helpful in your Spanish language study.