Translation: from spanish

before you go

  • 1 en un decir Jesús

    Spanish-English dictionary > en un decir Jesús

  • 2 antes de que te des cuenta

    • before you know it

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > antes de que te des cuenta

  • 3 en un decir Jesús

    • before you can say Jack Robinson
    • in a flash
    • in a jiffy
    • in an indirect way
    • in an open manner
    • in two shakes
    • in two shakes of a lamb's tail

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > en un decir Jesús

  • 4 en un dos por tres

    • before you can say Jack Robinson
    • in a flash
    • in a jiffy
    • in a soft voice
    • in a sprightly way
    • in a trance
    • in a tumble
    • in a wider sense
    • in a wink of an eye
    • in no respect
    • in no sense
    • in no time at all
    • in no uncertain terms
    • in no wise
    • in numberless forms
    • in two copies
    • in two parts
    • in two shakes
    • in two shakes of a donkey's tail
    • in two shakes of a duck's tail
    • in two shakes of a lamb's tail
    • P.D.Q.
    • pretty damn quick

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > en un dos por tres

  • 5 ante + Posesivo + propios ojos

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    Ex. And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Ex: And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ante + Posesivo + propios ojos

  • 6 delante de + Posesivo + propios ojos

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    Ex. And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes, before + Posesivo + very eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Ex: And when good people you've come to grow fond of are killed, often before your very eyes, it seems shocking and unfair.

    Spanish-English dictionary > delante de + Posesivo + propios ojos

Look at other dictionaries:

  • before you can say something — before you can say (something) surprisingly quickly. This bow shoots so fast, the arrow is in the target before you can say “gee whiz!” Usage notes: often the word or phrase that follows before you can say is related to the situation you are… …   New idioms dictionary

  • before you can say — (something) surprisingly quickly. This bow shoots so fast, the arrow is in the target before you can say “gee whiz!” Usage notes: often the word or phrase that follows before you can say is related to the situation you are talking about: In… …   New idioms dictionary

  • before you know it — {adv. phr.} Sooner than one would expect. * /Don t despair; we ll be finished with this work before you know it!/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • before you know it — {adv. phr.} Sooner than one would expect. * /Don t despair; we ll be finished with this work before you know it!/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • before you can blink — spoken phrase very quickly You’ll have spent a hundred pounds before you can blink. Thesaurus: quicklysynonym Main entry: blink * * * before you can blink …   Useful english dictionary

  • before you can say Jack Robinson — before (you) can say Jack Robinson old fashioned if you say that something happens before you can say Jack Robinson, it happens very suddenly. I offered her a chocolate but before you could say Jack Robinson she d eaten half the box …   New idioms dictionary

  • before you can say jack robinson — The term Jack Robinson represents a short amount of time . When you do something before you can say Jack Robinson, you do it very quickly …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • before you know it — very quickly or soon We ll be there before you know it. The game was over before I knew it. • • • Main Entry: ↑know …   Useful english dictionary

  • before you know where you are — before you know where you ˈare idiom very quickly or suddenly • We were whisked off in a taxi before we knew where we were. Main entry: ↑knowidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • before you can say knife — (UK) If something happens before you can say knife, it happens very quickly …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • before you know it — before (you) know it surprisingly quickly. I saw a rabbit in the field, but it was gone before I knew it …   New idioms dictionary


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