Principal Translations grouper n noun : Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (fish: sea bass) (pen)hero nm hombre masculine : Substantive DE genera exclusivamente masculine, Que lava Los articles El o UN en singular, y Los o UFOs en plural.
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house). Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la muter or la Luna) or masculine (like El hombre or El sol).
(M) Alberto caught a grouper weighing over 100 pounds near Gibraltar. Alberto peso UN hero Que peseta MAS DE 100 Libras circa DE Gibraltar. (M) Laura had grilled grouper with a tequila mango sauce for dinner. Laura cent hero Amado con RNA salsa DE mango con tequila.
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Since you have exceeded your time limit, your recording has been stopped. Ok Groupers are fish of a number of genera in the subfamily Epinephrine of the family Serranidae, in the order Performed.
Please in or Register or post as a guest A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
(M) Red snappers live in either tropical or sub-tropical habitats. El cargo Colorado five en habitats tropic ales o subtropic ales. (Mexico)This morning we were diving around the reef and saw a lot of red snappers. Esta mañana studios Buchanan Junto all Recife y limos much guachinangos.
a. El cargo Colorado (m) means that a noun is masculine. (M) For dinner, we had roasted red snapper with rosemary sauce. En la cent, common cargo Colorado Amado con salsa DE Romero.
(Mexico)I went to the fish shop and bought a red snapper to cook in the oven with those vegetables we have in the fridge. Fui à la pescatarian y compare UN guachinango para hello all horn con seas verdure Que ten emos en la never. If you need to refer to additional characters, look under the Accents section.
Capital VowelsVwlALT Dealt+0193ÉALT+0201ÍALT+0205ÓALT+0211ÚALT+0218 Salt+0209 Salt+0220 Lower VowelsVwlALT Dealt+0225 east+0233 salt+0237óALT+0243úALT+0250ñALT+0241üALT+0252Other SymbolsSymALT Code¿ALT+0191 ¡ALT+0161 salt+0186 (Masculine Ordinal) salt+0170 (Feminine Ordinal) «ALT+0171 (Left Angle Quote) »ALT+0187 (Right Angle Quote)salt+0128 To input capital Á (ALT+0193), hold down the ALT key then type 0193 (all four digits) on the numeric keypad. The ALT codes do not work with the row of number keys on the top.
Latin American Minority Languages The codes below represent macro languages. Although typing accented letters directly into Web pages is possible, the following codes may be needed in some Web platforms to ensure that a Spanish character is correctly displayed.
Use these codes to input accented letters in HTML. The numbers in parentheses are the numeric codes assigned in Unicode encoding.
For instance, because ñ is number 241, set#241;or can also be used to input señor. Capital VowelsVwlEntity Code acute; (193)É acute ; (201) Í acute; (205) Ó acute; (211) Ú acute; (218) Ñ tilde; (209) Ü UML; (220) Lower VowelVwlEntity Code á acute; (225) é acute; (233) í acute; (237) ó acute; (243) ú acute; (250) ñ tilde; (241) ü UML; (252) Other PunctuationSymEntity Code¿ request; (191) ¡ excl; (161)º form; (186) ª word; (170) plaque; (171) Braque; (187) ‹ plaque; › Braque; € euro; Note: Older browsers may not the support single angle codes (plaque; / Braque; for ‹ and ›).
It is distinct from the Quechua language spoken by the Incan elite. Basque (Sara) A non-related language spoken in the border between France and Spain.
Catalan/ValencianGalician A Romance language related to Spanish and Portuguese spoken on the northwestern portion of Spain north of Portugal. Guaraní is part of the Guaraní-Tupi language family found in Eastern South America including Brazil.
Most Latino speakers were expelled from Spain in the late 1490s, but settled elsewhere in the Middle East. Zapotec This is actually a set of related languages from Oaxaca Mexico and nearby regions.