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English-Spanish Dictionary: It's

Damn (it)!
¡Maldición!
Damn it!
¡Maldita sea!
Drop it!
¡Déja eso!
Stop it!
¡Para!
to leg it [coll.]
abrir gas [col.] [fig.] [sur.]
Don't do it!
¡No lo hagas!
How's it going?
¿Qué tal?
I get it. [coll.]
Entiendo.
Ya entiendo.
I want it.
(Yo) lo quiero.
I've got it. [coll.] [I understand]
Ya entendí.
It is about ... [It concerns ...]
Se trata de ...
It was understandable.
No era para menos. [locución]
It's my turn.
Es mi turno.
It's not fair!
¡No hay derecho! [col.]
It's your turn.
Te toca (a tí).
Let's try it.
Intentémoslo.
whatever it was
fuera lo que fuese
whoever it was
fuera quien fuese
to get it wrong [coll.]
colarse [esp.] [col.] [equivocarse]
to take it easy
llevarla suave [col.] [cent.] [Costa Rica]
Grin and bear it. [coll.] [idiom]
Al mal tiempo, buena cara. [col.] [locución]proverb.
I can't stand it.
No lo puedo sufrir.
I don't understand it.
No lo entiendo.
It is very urgent.
Es muy urgente.
It's a small world.
El mundo es un pañuelo.proverb.
It's about time (that) ...
Va siendo hora de que ... [+subj.]
What time is it?
¿Qué hora es?
when it comes to
en materia de {prep}
Where does it hurt?
¿Dónde le / te duele?
while you're at it [coll.] [idiom]
ya puestos {adv} [col.] [locución] [ya que estamos]
I will like it.
Me gustará.
It just slipped out. [coll.] [fig.] [I didn't meant to say that.]
Lo dijo de labios para fuera. [col.] [fig.]
to not take it personally
no darse por aludido
As soon as I went out into the street it began to rain.
Apenas salí a la calle, se puso a llover.
At daybreak it was raining.
El día amaneció lloviendo.
Be careful what you wish for as it could become true.
Ten cuidado con lo que deseas, porque puede hacerse realidad. [mex.]proverb.
He / She can't afford it.
No le alcanza el dinero.
He must have done it.
Debe haberlo hecho (él).
How long will it take?
¿Cuanto va a tardar?
I don't think it's funny.
No le veo la gracia.
I like it very much.
Me encanta.
I wouldn't bet on it.
Yo no estaría tan seguro.
If he / she had been strong enough, he / she would have done it.
De haber tenido fuerzas suficientes, lo habría hecho.
If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed it!
¡Si no lo veo, no lo creo!
It could happen to anybody. [idiom]
A cualquiera se le muere un tío. [Panama] [cent.] [col.]
It goes without saying that ...
Huelga decir que ...
It makes my flesh crawl. [coll.] [locución]
Me da grima. [carib.]
It makes my mouth water.
Se me hace agua la boca.
It occurred to me that ...
Se me ocurrió que ...
It seems to be that ...
Parece ser que ...
It took us two hours to walk through the forest.
Nos llevó dos horas cruzar el bosque caminando.
It was an unheard of event.
Fue un suceso insólito.
It was hardly surprising that ...
No era de extrañar que ... [+subj.]
It was such a warm day that we decided to go to the beach.
Era un día tan cálido que decidimos ir al mar.
It wasn't completely above board. [fig.]
No todo era trigo limpio. [fig.]
It will be all the same a hundred years hence.
Despues de los años mil, torna el agua a su carril.proverb.
It's a good idea to agree with the boss most of the time.
Es una buena idea estar de acuerdo con el jefe la mayor parte del tiempo.
It's cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey. [coll.] [idiom]
Hace más frío que pelando rábanos. [esp.] [Jaén] [col.] [idioma]
It's far from the centre.
Está lejos del centro.
It's never too late to learn.
Nunca es tarde para aprender.proverb.
it's not the case that
tampoco es que [+ subj.]
It's on the tip of my tongue.
Lo tengo en la punta de la lengua.loc.
Put that in your pipe and smoke it!
¡Chúpate eso!
sb. finds it difficult to believe that
a algn le cuesta creer que
She certainly didn't mince her words when it came to telling him. [idiom]
No se anduvo con chiquitas par decírselo. [locución]
sick to death of it [fig.]
harto [cansado con disgusto]
So that's the way things are, is it? [coll.] [idiom]
¿Conque esas tenemos? [col.] [locución]
There is no book so bad, that it does not have anything good.
Non hay libro tan malo, que no tenga algo bueno.proverb.
Throw it as high as you can.
Lánzalo tan alto como puedas. {sg. fam.}
What do you mean, it was my fault?
¿Quieres decir que fue mi culpa?
when it comes to doing sth. [idiom]
a la hora de hacer algo [locución]
when you least expect it [idiom]
el día menos pensado [locución]
You wouldn't believe how cold it is! [idiom]
¡Hace un frío que no veas! [locución]
to be mixed up in it [coll.] [idiom] [involved in plot etc.]
estar en el ajo [col.] [locución]
to put a sock in it [fig.] [coll.] [stay silent]
cerrar el pico [fig.] [col.] [sur.]
to take each day as it comes [coll.] [idiom]
vivir a salto de mata [col.] [locución]
to take it for granted that ...
dar por sentado que ...
to tell it like it is [coll.]
no tener pelos en la lengua [col.]
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