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11:46 Sep 13, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: creek
The leader wanted to run down a hill and through a creek, so of course, we did.
Jamie
Spanish translation:A good dictionary
Explanation:
13 questions like this a day seems excessive to me. You need a Spanish-English dictionary and the best one I know for all purpose language is The Oxford Spanish Dictionary (it's Sp-Eng., Eng-Sp); it is hard-bound, thumb indexed and very contemporary, containing many new words and giving good examples of usage in both languages. If it's out of your price range, you'll find any decent Spanish-English dictionary--even a paperback--will contain the words you've asked about. Good luck and keep communicating!
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Merry Wheaton
United States
Local time: 11:04
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Summary of answers provided
nariachueloKristen
nacalaAeon
naA good dictionaryMerry Wheaton
nariachuelo
Elinor Thomas
nariachueloIntergraf
naarroyo
Agua


  

Answers


2 mins
arroyo


Explanation:
"arroyuelo".
That is one possible translation.

Good luck,

Agua

Agua
Spain
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 131

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Yolanda Broad
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47 mins
riachuelo


Explanation:
You could also use "arroyo"

Intergraf
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PRO pts in pair: 147
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1 hr
riachuelo


Explanation:
arroyo and riachuelo are not the same.
You can cross an arroyo walking, but not always a riachuelo.

Elinor Thomas
Local time: 13:04
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 860
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1 hr
A good dictionary


Explanation:
13 questions like this a day seems excessive to me. You need a Spanish-English dictionary and the best one I know for all purpose language is The Oxford Spanish Dictionary (it's Sp-Eng., Eng-Sp); it is hard-bound, thumb indexed and very contemporary, containing many new words and giving good examples of usage in both languages. If it's out of your price range, you'll find any decent Spanish-English dictionary--even a paperback--will contain the words you've asked about. Good luck and keep communicating!

Merry Wheaton
United States
Local time: 11:04
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TranProZ

Intergraf
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3 hrs
riachuelo


Explanation:
Se puede usar “arroyo,” pero en América del Sur, a veces significa “river.”

Kristen
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11 hrs
cala


Explanation:
cala means creek

Aeon
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