el diccionario español - inglés

español - English

bueno inglés:

1. good good


Good for you.
It's a good idea to study the language and culture of the country you're going to visit.
This is a sentence, that has the syllable count, of a good haiku.
Good morning. You're a bit late today, aren't you? "Yes, I ran into a bit of trouble."
A wide leather belt would look good with that dress.
The transfer student in the other class is a super good looking guy.
It's a good idea, to be sure, but it's hard to put it into practice.
The good harvest brought down the price of rice.
We had a good many anxious moments, but everything turned out all right in the end.
The true secret of writing a good letter is to write as if you were talking.
Generally speaking, a waiter in Japan gives good service.
Some people insist that television does more harm than good.
I hear that studying in the morning is more effective. Studying one hour in the morning is as good as three hours at night.
You can teach good manners to children without resorting to punishment.
His old company gave him the shaft. But I admire the way he turned bad luck into good and did even better with his own business.

Inglés palabrabueno"(good) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "The Pond" (Carl Ewald)
300 most important Spanish adjectives 1 - 26
300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 1 - 25
Fichas del libro - "The Devil" (Ferenc Molnar)
Fichas del libro - "Goody Two Shoes" (Walter Crane)

2. ok ok


It's OK.
If the other person does mention his family, then it is perfectly OK to ask about the ages of the children, and if you have children, to compare educational and cultural differences in raising children.
Now turn to your right, a little more, a little more. OK, now lie still on your back.
I'm just popping out on a date, OK? "Come home by 7, Sakura!"
You're OK without your glasses? "Ah, these are fake you see, I thought it might make me brainier..."
If it's a light workout, OK. "Right, so will we allow crotch-kicking and eyeball crushing?"
I am the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Thou shalt have no other monsters before Me. (Afterwards is OK; just use protection.) The only Monster who deserves capitalization is Me! Other monsters are false monsters, undeserving of capitalization.
That's dangerous, I'll clear it up. "It's OK ... Ouch!" "Look, didn't I tell you so?"
Mmmmn ... maybe I'll have a hair of the dog. "Whoa, hold up a mo! Here, I cooked roast fish for this morning. You ought to be able to eat this OK."
Ah ... I'm just not feeling so well "Really? Are you OK?" "Heh-heh. Actually I'm playing hooky."
Clean up in front of the shop first. "OK!" "Sprinkle some water out there too."
I want my dark elf to be blue. "OK... That one's purple. You'll be purple for this week."
...Hey...Hey, teacher! "Eh? Oh." "Are you really OK? Shouldn't you cancel the lesson?"
Rock-paper-scissors, OK? "Rock." "Sciss... paper." "You cheated!"
Right, I'll check your work, OK? "Please go ahead and inspect. I think I gave it a good go."

Inglés palabrabueno"(ok) ocurre en conjuntos:

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