Big Spanish Words

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anime-boy

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Hi sorry that i have to ask help again but can anyone give me a big spanish word thats not easy or very hard to understand. i need three words because my spanish class. You can throw in as many words as you can. it can more than three.
just hope that u guys/girls will help me. :D

I'm just a freshman right now in high school so i want just some help for now until i get used to the spanish class.

Grading Policy in Spanish Class
-Test and Quiz 30%
-Class Participation 40%
-Bring binder, calender vocab., and etc. 10%

So right now i have a C in that class. it is very hard on me right now so i gonna have to ask some help from anyone thats familiar with Spanish.

Thank You! :D

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  • Aug 31, 2006

fireflywishes

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This sounds like quite an odd assignment... couldn't you just look in a Spanish-English dictionary or something? Well, hopefully the Spanish speakers of MT will be able to help you out!

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Ayamael

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Definitely an odd assignment o_O Though... I'm curious to know what you're supposed to do with those words... Give their definition to your teacher? or is there an activity related to it?

merged: 08-31-2006 ~ 01:56pm
Anyways, I'm French-speaking, not Spanish, though I studied it. But I still found a link that leads to tons of onlines dictionaries for Roman languages (Catalan, French, Italian AND Spanish)... there are bilingual dictionaries as well as specialized ones (which are the ones you'll want to use to look for your words, and check the bilinguals for the translation). This link might also be useful for your class in general I think: http://www.yourdictionary.com/languages/romance.html

Some have are both bilingual and specialized at the same time like this one: http://www.mhhe.com/business/accounting/garrison/Student/olc/garrison9emgracct_s/chapterindex22.htm

As for really interesting for big, juicy (in other words, incomprehensible) words, I suggest you look in a medical dictionary like this one : [/url]http://www.buenasalud.com/dic/index.cfm?lookup=A[/url]. For example, just for the letter A, there are words like "abulia", "acidosis" and "adenocarcinoma"...

Just a few pointers ^_^'

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Yea I need to define them. its still hard on me right now.

merged: 09-01-2006 ~ 01:19am
oh and thank u Ayamael, the site is good enough for now. but i do hope u someone will give me a big word. oh no bad ones.

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  • Aug 31, 2006

fireflywishes

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Okay... because I had some free time here are some I found.

ESTERNOCLEIDOMASTOIDEO- The name of a neck muscle

ANTICONSTITUCIONALMENTE- Unconstitutionally

ELECTROENCEFALOGRAFISTA- Electroencephalograph technician

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WOW! nice. thanks for the word. i really needed it.
Damn, the words are big i'll look for the definition and thanks again.

merged: 09-03-2006 ~ 01:54pm
ESTERNOCLEIDOMASTOIDEO- The name of a neck muscle

it is called sterno mastoid

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  • Sep 03, 2006
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But those words are not very used, if you want to impress your teacher you must use words more usefull.

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trinitrotolueno:TNT
Kalimotxo:it is a drink wine+cocacola
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asesino: killer
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zorra: female fox,[explicit removed]

I know more because i'm spanish, but i don't know wich more to say, in spanish i think that like in english the words have many means and it is complicted.

Bye and study more

anime-boy

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nice ones, but there all kind of bad.
except,
trinitrotolueno:TNT
Kalimotxo:it is a drink wine+cocacola.
well thanks but try to give me a spanish sentence with some hard words or some that are hard to figure out. well thanks again. :D

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  • Sep 21, 2006
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I don't understand you well, my english is too bad.
guiri: (i don't know if this will come in your dictionary) It's the way to call to the english tourists when it is too obvious that they are tourists.
Cefalea: It's a kind of headache
"Eramos pocos y pario la abuela": this is said when there are many people and sadenly appear more and you think there are many people.
"Hablando del rey de Roma por la puerta asoma" This is said when you are speaking about somebody and saddenly appear. Often it is said only the first part of the sentence because i think that everybody knows it "hablando del rey de Roma"

Adios

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thanks and nice sentence.

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  • Sep 26, 2006

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