la sala de recibo, el salón
Now you know how to say living room in Spanish. :-)
Translated sentences containing 'living room'
We would have painted the living room if there had been time.
Nosotros habríamos pintado la sala si hubiera habido tiempo.
Your (his) living room is as big as ours.
Su salón es tan grande como el nuestro.
The family is in the living room.
La familia está en la sala.
The children are in the living room.
Los niños están en la sala.
Do you think we can celebrate the party in your living room?
¿Crees que podremos celebrar la fiesta en vuestro salón?
Yours has a big living room.
La suya tiene un gran salón.
I'm looking for a flat with the following characteristics: two rooms, kitchen, living room, two bathrooms and balcony.
Estoy buscando un piso de las siguientes características: dos habitaciones, cocina, salón, dos baños y terraza
Rose is in the living room.
Rosa está en la sala.
The girl is sleeping in the living room.
La niña está durmiendo en la sala.
The living room is next to the dining room.
Al lado del comedor está el salón.
Downstairs there is a kitchen, a dinning room and a living room.
En la planta baja está la cocina, el comedor y la sala.
The journalist wanted us to arrange the living room for the interview.
El periodista quería que arregláramos la sala para la entrevista.
We will paint the living room if there is time.
Nosotros pintaremos la sala si hay tiempo.
We would paint the living room if there were time.
Nosotros pintaríamos la sala si hubiera tiempo.
I'm going to be painting all day. I have to paint my living room.
Voy a estar pintando todo el día. Tengo que pintar la sala de mi casa.
Don’t disarrange the living room, please.
No desordenes la sala, por favor.
The living room is not furnished.
El salón no está amueblado.
Don't even think about painting the living room red.
Que ni se te ocurra pintar la sala de rojo.
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