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4 Translation results for good in Spanish

adjective | adverb | noun | interjection

good adjective

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bueno, agradable; beneficioso; completo, entero; bastante; bien; amable; hábil; sensato; buen

Example sentences of
good adjective

  • The car is in good condition.
  • You'll need better tools for this job.
  • There are some good restaurants in this neighborhood.
  • I'm afraid your work is just not good enough.
  • Keep up the good work.
  • “Would you hire her again?” “Yes, I would. She does good work.”
  • The food was good but not great.
  • He has done good but not outstanding work.
  • Did you have a good time at the party?
  • We're expecting good weather for the weekend.

good adverb

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Example sentences of
good adverb

  • Things have been going good lately.
  • The team is doing good this year.
  • “How did you hit the ball today?” “Good.”
  • The other team whipped us good.
  • "How did you hit the ball today?" "Good."

Synonyms of
good adverb

good noun

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bien; bondad; provecho

Example sentences of
good noun

  • the battle of good versus evil
  • Teachers can be a strong force for good.
  • the difference between good and bad
  • They had to sacrifice lesser goods for greater ones.
  • What is life's highest good?
  • Parents must teach their children the difference between the good and the bad.
  • She believes that the good go to heaven when they die and the bad go to hell.
  • Only the good die young.
  • She believes there is some good in everyone.

Synonyms of
good noun

good interjection

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Related phrases for good

Reverse translation for good

bueno  - good, nice, kind, proper, appropriate, well, healthy, considerable, goodly 
agradable  - pleasant, agreeable 
beneficioso  - beneficial 
completo  - complete, perfect, absolute, full, detailed 
entero  - entire, whole, complete, absolute, intact 
bien  - well, OK, all right, pleasant, agreeable, satisfactory, correct, right 
amable  - kind, nice, benign 
hábil  - able, skillful, working 
sensato  - sensible, sound 
bien  - well, correctly, properly, right, very, quite, easily, willingly, readily 
bien  - good 
bondad  - goodness, kindness 
provecho  - benefit, advantage 
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