Does it sound Greek to you? – ¿Te suena a chino?

Here you have an extract of a long list of 203 colloquial expressions in English together with their translations into Spanish.

    1. In for a penny in for a pound– De perdidos al río (UK)
    2. In for  a dime in for a dollar – De perdidos al río (US)
    3. In the altogether– En pelotas
    4. Indeed– Ya lo creo
    5. Inside out– Del revés
    6. Is cutting edge– Es el último grito/moda
    7. Is giving him hell– Le hace la vida imposible
    8. Is water under the bridge– Es agua pasada (cuando se hacen las paces por ejemplo)
    9. It gives me the goosebumps/It gives me creep– Me pone la piel de gallina
    10. It sounds Greek to me– Me suena a chino
    11. It turns out that– Resulta que…
    12. It’s a rip off– Es una estafa
    13. It’s bullshit– Es una mierda
    14. It’s finger licking good– Está para chuparse los dedos
    15. It’s high time/About time– Ya es hora / Ya va siendo hora
    16. It’s in the lap of the Gods– Que sea lo que Dios quiera
    17. It’s my treat / It’s on me– Invito yo
    18. It’s not a big deal / It’s not that of a big deal– No es para tanto
    19. It’s on the house– Invita la casa/por cuenta de la casa
    20. It’s raining cats and dogs– Llueve a cántaros

If you are interested, clic here to get the whole list!!

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