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  • 161 ¡qué puta suerte!

    ¡qué puta suerte!
    so ein Schweineglück!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡qué puta suerte!

  • 162 ¡qué suerte!

    ¡qué suerte!
    welch ein Glück!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡qué suerte!

  • 163 ¡qué tía más buena!

    ¡qué tía más buena!
    so ein Klasseweib!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡qué tía más buena!

  • 164 ¡se libró de una buena!

    ¡se libró de una buena!
    das ging gerade noch gut!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡se libró de una buena!

  • 165 ¡sí que está buena la tarta!

    ¡sí que está buena la tarta!
    Mensch, schmeckt der Kuchen gut!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡sí que está buena la tarta!

  • 166 ¡ésta sí que es buena!

    ¡ésta sí que es buena!
    das ist ja ein Ding!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡ésta sí que es buena!

  • 167 ¿quién sabe la suerte que te espera?

    ¿quién sabe la suerte que te espera?
    wer weiß, was noch auf dich zukommt?

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¿quién sabe la suerte que te espera?

  • 168 a la buena de Dios

    at random, any old how
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    (=sin esmerarse) any old how; (=sin planificar) just like that
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    Ex. The documentary video ' Out in the Cold' seeks to raise audience awareness of the plight of homeless gay and lesbian youth.
    * * *

    Ex: The documentary video ' Out in the Cold' seeks to raise audience awareness of the plight of homeless gay and lesbian youth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la buena de Dios

  • 169 amuleto de la suerte

    lucky charm
    * * *
    Ex. Will Jake be the good luck charm that puts Afia on a winning streak or, like everything else in her life, will he wind up jinxed?.
    * * *

    Ex: Will Jake be the good luck charm that puts Afia on a winning streak or, like everything else in her life, will he wind up jinxed?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > amuleto de la suerte

  • 170 buena fortuna

    f.
    good luck, mazel tov.
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    good luck
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    (n.) = good fortune
    Ex. There is an element of good fortune involved in being in the right place at the right time and it is essential to take the best advantage of whatever opportunities arise.
    * * *

    Ex: There is an element of good fortune involved in being in the right place at the right time and it is essential to take the best advantage of whatever opportunities arise.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buena fortuna

  • 171 buena voluntad

    f.
    goodwill, good intentions, readiness, willingness.
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    goodwill
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    (n.) = goodwill [good will]
    Ex. Scenes that include conflict, emotions, prejudices, misunderstandings, and unreasonableness but also kindliness, humor, friendliness, and goodwill are acted out daily in different kinds of libraries.
    * * *
    (n.) = goodwill [good will]

    Ex: Scenes that include conflict, emotions, prejudices, misunderstandings, and unreasonableness but also kindliness, humor, friendliness, and goodwill are acted out daily in different kinds of libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buena voluntad

  • 172 de buena fe

    in good faith, with good intentions
    lo hizo de buena fe, pensando que nos ayudaría he did it in good faith thinking it would help us
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    = bona fide, in good faith
    Ex. The library in Brobdingnag was a private collection available to bona fide enquirers.
    Ex. If one side gives in on something, take it in good faith, don't take advantage of it, and be willing to yield something in return.
    * * *
    = bona fide, in good faith

    Ex: The library in Brobdingnag was a private collection available to bona fide enquirers.

    Ex: If one side gives in on something, take it in good faith, don't take advantage of it, and be willing to yield something in return.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de buena fe

  • 173 estar en estado de buena esperanza

    to be pregnant, be expecting
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    (v.) = be up the spout, have + a bun in the oven
    Ex. Well, she's gone and done it again -- she's up the spout and with another sprog on the way.
    Ex. She has been sporting a little bit of a bump lately, leading everyone to think she may have a bun in the oven.
    * * *
    (v.) = be up the spout, have + a bun in the oven

    Ex: Well, she's gone and done it again -- she's up the spout and with another sprog on the way.

    Ex: She has been sporting a little bit of a bump lately, leading everyone to think she may have a bun in the oven.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar en estado de buena esperanza

  • 174 golpe de suerte

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    Ex. And in his still beating heart, he knew that his recovery was a miracle: a gift from God, a stroke of luck.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: And in his still beating heart, he knew that his recovery was a miracle: a gift from God, a stroke of luck.

    * * *
    stroke of luck

    Spanish-English dictionary > golpe de suerte

  • 175 la suerte está echada

    the die is cast
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    * * *
    Ex. She stood up and said despondently: ' The die is cast; stake is life or death'.
    * * *

    Ex: She stood up and said despondently: ' The die is cast; stake is life or death'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la suerte está echada

  • 176 luchar por una buena causa

    (v.) = fight + the good fight
    Ex. Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and the rest continue to fight the good fight against world-conquering super-powered villains, offering their readers excitement, escape, and hopefully a bit more = Superman, Batman, Spideman y otros continúan luchando por una buena causa contra villanos superpoderosos deseosos de conquistar el mundo, ofreciendo a sus lectores emoción, evasión de la realidad y, es de esperar, un poco más.
    * * *
    (v.) = fight + the good fight

    Ex: Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and the rest continue to fight the good fight against world-conquering super-powered villains, offering their readers excitement, escape, and hopefully a bit more = Superman, Batman, Spideman y otros continúan luchando por una buena causa contra villanos superpoderosos deseosos de conquistar el mundo, ofreciendo a sus lectores emoción, evasión de la realidad y, es de esperar, un poco más.

    Spanish-English dictionary > luchar por una buena causa

  • 177 por suerte

    fortunately
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    = luckily, fortunately, happily
    Ex. His faith was pretty blind and his arrogance, luckily, borne with uncomplaining good humor by his colleagues.
    Ex. Fortunately for all of us in this room and for the nation's library, Mr. Berman and Mr. Blume, chief of our Subject Cataloging Division, are in communication.
    Ex. Happily the rules of quasi-facsimile are easily mastered; what is difficult is to observe them with scrupulous, undeviating accuracy.
    * * *
    = luckily, fortunately, happily

    Ex: His faith was pretty blind and his arrogance, luckily, borne with uncomplaining good humor by his colleagues.

    Ex: Fortunately for all of us in this room and for the nation's library, Mr. Berman and Mr. Blume, chief of our Subject Cataloging Division, are in communication.
    Ex: Happily the rules of quasi-facsimile are easily mastered; what is difficult is to observe them with scrupulous, undeviating accuracy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por suerte

  • 178 probar suerte

    v.
    to try one's luck.
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    to try one's luck
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    (v.) = have + a go, give + it a shot, give + Nombre + a try, have + a stab at, take + a stab at, make + a stab at, take + Posesivo + chances, try + Posesivo + luck, give + it a whirl, give + it a try, take + the dip, take + a long shot
    Ex. At a greater level of sophistication, the operating system will be able to swap programs in and out of memory in mid-operation in order to let another have a go.
    Ex. Next time I am there I will give it a shot.
    Ex. Bored out of her mind with the long hours and mundane tasks, she decided to give radio a try.
    Ex. If someone can get me up to speed on this I can have a stab at writing it up for others to follow.
    Ex. Filled with an overwhelming inspiration, the two moviemakers decided to take a stab at the world of television by turning the camera on themselves.
    Ex. He decided to make a stab at a career in show business in New York but he only lasted in the Big Apple for a few weeks.
    Ex. So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    Ex. Mr. Schwarzenegger eventually starred in numerous Hollywood hits before trying his luck in politics in 2003.
    Ex. Sorry, but I just don't have time to download & give it a whirl right now.
    Ex. I gave it a try earlier today and it seems promising.
    Ex. More people are taking the dip into online business and abandoning the huge corporations with overwhelming superiors and unearthly hours.
    Ex. Starved for cash, the New Orleans school district is taking a long shot and hoping to sell its flooded, unsalvageable school buses on eBay.
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    (v.) = have + a go, give + it a shot, give + Nombre + a try, have + a stab at, take + a stab at, make + a stab at, take + Posesivo + chances, try + Posesivo + luck, give + it a whirl, give + it a try, take + the dip, take + a long shot

    Ex: At a greater level of sophistication, the operating system will be able to swap programs in and out of memory in mid-operation in order to let another have a go.

    Ex: Next time I am there I will give it a shot.
    Ex: Bored out of her mind with the long hours and mundane tasks, she decided to give radio a try.
    Ex: If someone can get me up to speed on this I can have a stab at writing it up for others to follow.
    Ex: Filled with an overwhelming inspiration, the two moviemakers decided to take a stab at the world of television by turning the camera on themselves.
    Ex: He decided to make a stab at a career in show business in New York but he only lasted in the Big Apple for a few weeks.
    Ex: So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    Ex: Mr. Schwarzenegger eventually starred in numerous Hollywood hits before trying his luck in politics in 2003.
    Ex: Sorry, but I just don't have time to download & give it a whirl right now.
    Ex: I gave it a try earlier today and it seems promising.
    Ex: More people are taking the dip into online business and abandoning the huge corporations with overwhelming superiors and unearthly hours.
    Ex: Starved for cash, the New Orleans school district is taking a long shot and hoping to sell its flooded, unsalvageable school buses on eBay.

    Spanish-English dictionary > probar suerte

  • 179 tener suerte

    v.
    to be lucky, to have good luck, to have luck, to get lucky.
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    to be lucky
    * * *
    (v.) = be lucky, count + Posesivo + blessings, get + lucky, strike + gold, hit + the jackpot, strike + lucky, be in for a good thing, come in for + a good thing, be into a good thing, be in luck
    Ex. 'We were lucky you happened to be sitting in your dean's office when I called about the position, and that you could come over for an interview right away'.
    Ex. The article ' Count your blessings' evaluates the features and performance of 7 log-file analyzers designed to analyze the traffic using World Wide Web (WWW) Web sites.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Sports get lucky with lotteries lolly'.
    Ex. That was a Gold Rush term: the money a miner needed for grub until he struck gold.
    Ex. Many gamblers dream about the day that they will hit the jackpot.
    Ex. It's a bit like a lottery -- sometimes you strike lucky and become rich and famous.
    Ex. The value of shares were steadily rising and we began to hope that we might be in for a good thing at last.
    Ex. They are the kind who complain of their hard luck when some one else happens to come in for a good thing.
    Ex. They are plainly and simply greedy people who are into a good thing.
    Ex. We were in luck in that the cheese was both in season and in stock andwe bought a huge wheel for 11 euros.
    * * *
    (v.) = be lucky, count + Posesivo + blessings, get + lucky, strike + gold, hit + the jackpot, strike + lucky, be in for a good thing, come in for + a good thing, be into a good thing, be in luck

    Ex: 'We were lucky you happened to be sitting in your dean's office when I called about the position, and that you could come over for an interview right away'.

    Ex: The article ' Count your blessings' evaluates the features and performance of 7 log-file analyzers designed to analyze the traffic using World Wide Web (WWW) Web sites.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Sports get lucky with lotteries lolly'.
    Ex: That was a Gold Rush term: the money a miner needed for grub until he struck gold.
    Ex: Many gamblers dream about the day that they will hit the jackpot.
    Ex: It's a bit like a lottery -- sometimes you strike lucky and become rich and famous.
    Ex: The value of shares were steadily rising and we began to hope that we might be in for a good thing at last.
    Ex: They are the kind who complain of their hard luck when some one else happens to come in for a good thing.
    Ex: They are plainly and simply greedy people who are into a good thing.
    Ex: We were in luck in that the cheese was both in season and in stock and
    we bought a huge wheel for 11 euros
    .

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener suerte

  • 180 tentar la suerte

    figurado to tempt fate
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    (v.) = dance with + the devil, take + Posesivo + chances
    Ex. The article ' Dancing with the devil' discusses the difficult relationship which writers have traditionally had with Hollywood film studios.
    Ex. So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    * * *
    (v.) = dance with + the devil, take + Posesivo + chances

    Ex: The article ' Dancing with the devil' discusses the difficult relationship which writers have traditionally had with Hollywood film studios.

    Ex: So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tentar la suerte


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