İspanyolca'da bonito

Telaffuz
s. bonito (pez)

İngilizce'de bonito

Telaffuz
adj. pretty, beautiful; nice; lustrous

Örnek cümleler

“Y también memorizó una cosa muy bonita para decírsela a ustedes,” dijo Marta.
“And also memorized a very nice thing to say to you,” Marta said.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
“Muy bien, señora, mire usted que arroz tan bonito tenemos, no hay otro mejor en todo el mercado.
“Well, madam, just you look at the beautiful rice we have. There is none better in the whole market.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
“Puedes estar tranquila, mujer, no te preocupes. Eran dos ratitas muy bonitas llamadas Jane y Ruth que estaban en la cocina y se les cayeron unos platos que estaban lavando.”
“You can relax, dear, do not worry yourself. There were two very nice rats called Jane and Ruth in the kitchen, and they dropped some dishes they were washing up.”
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
Alice era muy bonita.
Alice was very pretty.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
Y tiene muy bonita vista.
And it has a very nice view.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
Y las casas allí son muy bonitas y baratas.
And the houses there are very nice and inexpensive.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
Pero no es bonito. Es feo.
But it is not pretty. It is ugly.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
Carmen, dígale que en el barrio Bellavista, donde usted vive, hay casas muy baratas y bonitas.
Carmen, tell him that in the Bellavista neighbourhood, where you live, there are very cheap and nice houses.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
¿Le pareció que era fea o que era bonita?
Did it seem to her that she was nasty or nice?
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
¿A ti te parece Carmen bonita?
Does Carmen seem pretty to you?
Telaffuz Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!

Eş anlamlılar

any of various scombroid fishes intermediate in size and characteristics between mackerels and tunas: scombroid, scombroid fish, Atlantic bonito, Chile bonito, skipjack, genus Sarda, Chilean bonito, Sarda chiliensis, Sarda, Sarda sarda, Pacific bonito
fish whose flesh is dried and flaked for Japanese cookery; may be same species as skipjack tuna: scombroid, scombroid fish, genus Katsuwonus, Katsuwonus, Katsuwonus pelamis, oceanic bonito
flesh of mostly Pacific food fishes of the genus Sarda of the family Scombridae; related to but smaller than tuna: tuna, tuna fish, tunny


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