Es alegra y bastante extrovertide. Dona Violeta es una senora guapa y canosa.

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18:57 Aug 23, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: Es alegra y bastante extrovertide. Dona Violeta es una senora guapa y canosa.
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Tamra Watkins


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nalots of typos here - see below
Megdalina
naShe is cheerful and fairly extroverted. Doña Violeta is a good-lloking, white-haired lady.
Yolanda Broad


  

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16 mins
She is cheerful and fairly extroverted. Doña Violeta is a good-lloking, white-haired lady.


Explanation:
There is no translation for *doña*--this is a title that goes with first names (the masculine is *don*). It is in much more general use in Spanish speaking countries than similar titles used with first names in the English-speaking world. An example in US southern English would be Miz Jane/Mary/etc. Don/doña are normally used as a term of respect for older people, also for adults considered to be of a higher social status than the speaker.

Yolanda Broad
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 668

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lots of typos here - see below


Explanation:
She(?) is a happy sort and fairly extroverted. Dona Violeta (Lady Violeta, signifying a mature person) is pretty and grizzled (has grey hairs). (Grizzled is a nice term-my husband loves to call me his grizzled wife.) Hope this helps! Suerte!

Megdalina
PRO pts in pair: 79

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