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4 Translation results for home in Spanish

noun | adverb | verb | adjective

home noun

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casa, hogar, domicilio; residencia, asilo

Example sentences of
home noun

  • His home is a small apartment.
  • People are concerned about protecting their homes.
  • They have a second home on the lake.
  • There's no place like home.
  • I must have left my notes at home.
  • She made a good home for her husband and children.
  • The islands are home to many species of birds.
  • Can you find a home for these files in your office?

Synonyms of
home noun

¿Sabías esto?
  • Si tu are at home o feel at home en un lugar, significa que te sientes cómodo ahí. Esta frase también se usa figuradamente para indicar la sensación de seguridad al ser proficiente en una actividad. Por ejemplo: I will gladly join you for the cocktail party. I am very much at home discussing recent events with scholars and intellectuals.

home adverb

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a casa

Example sentences of
home adverb

  • She called home to say she would be late for dinner.
  • He's sending money home from a job overseas.
  • She is on her way home.
  • It's great to be back home.
  • I can't wait to come home.
  • He used a hammer to drive the nail home.

home verb

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homed, has homed, is homing, homes
(militar) dirigir, dirigirse

home adjective

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local, de casa

Example sentences of
home adjective

  • She has a happy home life.
  • Please give us your home phone number.
  • What is your home address?
  • The team opens its home season in just two weeks.

Related phrases for home

Reverse translation for home

casa  - house, building, home, household, family, company, firm 
hogar  - home, hearth, fireplace 
domicilio  - home, residence 
residencia  - residence, boarding house 
asilo  - asylum, refuge, shelter 
dirigir  (militar)
dirigirse  - to go towards, to speak to, to address 
local  - local 
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