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English to Spanish: Learn Random Words and Phrases in Spanish

If you are looking for a place to build up a little more random Spanish vocabulary, this is definitely a great place to start. Trust me, some of the things sent in are very random - but that's what makes this page so much fun! So, why wait? Scroll down and learn the meaning of random Spanish words and phrases now with our random English to Spanish dictionary!

Other than the list of random English to Spanish words and phrases, you'll also find a bunch of other stuff on this page that can help you on your Spanish language learning journey. First off are a number of books and other resources from that can supplement your learning, plus some Spanish-themed articles that may be of interest to you.

While you're here, don't forget to vote in our current Spanish-related poll and if you have any specific translation requests or corrections, please let us know either in the comment section below the list of translations, or by using the submit form located at the bottom of the page.

If you happen to know any other translations in Spanish (or any other language for that matter!) you can also use the submit form at the bottom of the page so they can be added to the site in a future update. To be notified of site updates, you can follow us on Twitter - you'll find our Twitter links at the bottom of each page near the submit form.

That's about it! Enjoy! Oh, and by the way, this page features the alphabetical English to Spanish list of random words. If you are looking for this list to be ordered alphabetically based on the Spanish words, feel free to check out this page's sister page where all these same translations have been listed from Spanish to English.

Random Words and Phrases from English to Spanish:

Whether you are learning Spanish in South America, taking an online Spanish class, or plan to enrol yourself in one of the many Spanish language immersion schools, our English to Spanish dictionary is always being updated with new Spanish words which makes 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.)

Always - Siempre
Amazing - Maravilloso
Angel - Angel
Are you tired? - Estas cansado?
Are you (nationality)? - Eres (nationality)?

Bad - Malo
Blood - La sangre
Book - Libro
Bored - Aburrido
Box - Caja

Can you get there by bus? - ¿Se puede ir en autobús?
Chair - Silla
Computer - Computadora
Congratulations - Felicidades
Cotton - Algodon
Cup - Taza
Cute - Tierno

Demon - Demonio
Desk - Escritorio
Did you listen? - Escuchaste?
Did you look? - Viste?
Door - Puerta

Earth - Tierra
English - Ingles
Eye - Ojo

Fire - Fuego
First place - Primer lugar
Flatulence - La flatulencia
For the love of god - Por amor de dios

Glass - Vaso
Gold - Oro
Good - Bueno

Happy birthday - Feliz cumpleaños
Heaven/Sky - Cielo
House - La casa
Huh? - Ah?

I am cold - Tengo frio
I am hot - Tengo calor
I don't have my book today - Hoy no tengo mi libro
I feel sleepy - Tengo sueño
I hate Monday mornings - Odio las mañanas del lunes
I have a stomach ache - Me duele el estomago
I have the world - Yo tengo el mundo
I have to go - Tengo que irme
I have to let go - Ahora Dime
I listened - Escuché
I live in (place) - Yo vivo en (place)
I looked - Yo ví
I need you - Te necesito
I want to talk to you - Quiero hablar contigo
I'd like to see a science-fiction movie - Quiero ver una película ciencia ficción
I'll send you to heaven - Te enviare al cielo
I'm going to the shop - Voy a la tienda
I'm going to (place) - Iré a (place)
I'm not gay - No soy gay
I'm tired - Estoy cansado
I've been stung by a bee/wasp - Una abeja/una avispa me picó
I've lost my passport - He perdido mi pasaporte
In my house - En mi casa
Is there a flight to New York this evening? - ¿Hay vueltos a Nueva York esta tarde?
It is 6:03 - Son las seis y tres
It's a lovely day today - Hoy es un dia hermoso
It's true - Es cierto

Learn - Aprender
Lightning - Rayo
Lips - Labio
Listen - Escuche
Little - Pequeño
Living room - Sala
lol / hahaha - jajaja
Long life - Larga vida
Look into my eyes - Mirame a los ojos
Luck - Suerte
Lucky - Suertudo

Man - Ese
Microwave - Microondas
Mirror - Espejo
Moon - Luna
My life is crazy - Mi vida es loca

New - Nuevo
Noisy - Ruidoso
Number one - Numero uno

Old - Viejo

Pencil - Lapiz
Phone - Telefono
Printer - Impresora
Pumpkin - Calabaza

Shotgun - La escopeta
Sofa - El sofa
Soft - Suave
Sound equipment - El equipo de sonido
Stars - Estrellas
Stone - Piedra
Stove - Estufa
Sun - Sol

Table - Mesa
The box is huge - La caja es grande
The man had flatulence - El hombre tiene la flatulencia
The only flower in the world - La única flor en el mundo
The room is empty - La habitacion esta vacia
The world - El mundo
To decapitate - Decapitar
To kill - Matar
Tree - Árbol
Truck - Camión
T-shirt - Camiseta

Umbrella - Sombrilla

Washing machine - Lavadora
What? - Que?
What's always in your mind? - Que tienes en mente?
What's up dude? - Que onda quey?
Where is my head? - Donde es mi cabeza?
Why am I putting this? - Porque estoy poniendo esto?
Wind - Viento
Window - Ventana
Wing - Ala
Wizard - Mago
World - Mundo

You are dead - Estas muerto

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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 that people are looking to be translated from English to Spanish.

A little
Because you said
Before you know it
Believe me
Congratulations on your new home! Bon Voyage!
I don't know when I will see them next
I like girls
I like to sleep
I love my best friend
I swear (like I promise)
I will inform you
I'll see you next week
Looking forward to be back
Maybe that is crazy this soon, but that is how I feel
Rumble fighter
Wake up
You want to

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The English to Spanish 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.