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13 Amazing Spanish Words & Expressions That Don't Exist in English | Easy Spanish 229

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¹Digestif, referring to after-dinner drinks is funnily enough also a word that is lacking in English, which borrows the French here.
²We could say “after dinner conversation”, but most anglophones in Spain just say sobremesa even when speaking in English.
³Empalagoso here could also be the informal “lovey-dovey”. There is the additional implication that the display of affection is embarrassing.
⁴In English we might also say “breaking in a pair of new shoes” or “wearing an item of clothing in”, but this is a process that might well take more than one use.
⁵The slightly formal sounding “namesake” in English could possibly be used, but it has the connotation that a person has been named after someone.
⁶”Fortnight” in English does seem similar to “quincena”, but there is perhaps a small difference between the idea of two weeks and 15 days, or half a month.

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