son en Español

Pronunciación
s. hijo

son en Inglés

Pronunciación
[son (m)] n. sound; rumor; manner, fashion

Ejemplos

Los vecinos que habitan esta comunidad son muy amistosos.
Neighbors who live in this community are very friendly.
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Omití los detalles que no son importantes.
I omitted the not important details.
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Estos zapatos no son los míos.
These shoes are not mine.
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“‘Señoras’, entonces; son demasiado viejas para poder pensar yo en ellas como ‘las señoritas Martínez’.”
“‘Señoras’, then; they are too old for me to think of them as ‘the Martinez senoritas’.”
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“Ah, éstas son las dos hijitas de que me hablaban,” exclamó la señora de Fuentes. “Mira, Ricardo, qué divinas son.”
“Ah, these are the two little girls they were telling me about,” exclaimed Mrs Fuentes. “See, Ricardo, how divine they are.”
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“¡Pero señora, por favor!, ¡son diez niños los que tengo! Mire esta foto si no me cree,” exclamó don Vittorio con desesperación, al mismo tiempo que le enseñaba una foto de él con su señora y diez hijos. “Algo tengo que ganar.”
“But madam, please! I have ten children! Look at this photo if you do not believe me,” exclaimed don Vittorio in desperation, as he showed her a picture of him with his wife and ten children. “I have to earn something.”
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“Pero Ricardo,” interrumpió Marta, “señoras son las mujeres casadas, ellas son solteras. Por favor, tú no debes…”
“But Ricardo,” interrupted Marta, “señoras are married women, they are single. Please, you must not...”
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“Veo que por fin han podido alquilar esa casa,” le dice a Marta, su esposa, que al oír llegar el carro ha salido a encontrarlo. “¿Sabes quiénes son los nuevos vecinos?”
“I see that they have finally been able to rent that house,” he says to Marta, his wife, who came out to meet him upon hearing the car arrive. “Do you know who the new neighbours are?”
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“Creo que es una familia americana,” contesta ella. “Dicen que son unos señores Robinson. Parece que este señor viene a trabajar con la Embajada de los Estados Unidos y que es una persona muy importante.”
“I think it is an American family,” she replies. “They say they are Robinsons. It seems that this man is coming to work at the embassy of the United States, and is a very important person.”
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“Probablemente son las ratas,” observó su esposo en tono de broma y sin darle más importancia al ruido.
“It is probably the rats,” observed her husband jokingly, without giving more importance to the noise.
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Sinónimos

a male human offspring: male offspring, boy, Jnr, mamma's boy, mother's boy, Jr, mama's boy, man-child, Junior



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