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16:57 Nov 14, 2008
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Spanish to English translations [PRO] Other
Spanish term or phrase:It's raining husbands
Hi...Is there a phrase in Colombian Spanish (or in other South American Spanish-speaking countries) "están lloviendo hasta maridos"...do you say "it's raining husbands?" in the same way you say "it's raining cats and dogs" in English? Thanks.
You need to change the phrase to the Spanish version, because what you need is ES>EN translation. I changed the language pair but I cannot change the phrase given
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it's raining men (not exactly the same)
Explanation: No, the expression "raining husbands" is not used in English. "It's raining men" is, though, but there is a coonotation in Spanish that the English lacks. In Spanish it means a girl (or woman) suddenly attracts loads of prospective husbands.
Monica Colangelo Argentina Local time: 19:54 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in category: 28