Spanish Word for theater  

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English Word: theater

Spanish Word: el teatro
The Spanish Word for theater
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Translated sentences containing 'theater'
The show was ending when we got to the theater.
Ya estaba terminando la función cuando llegamos al teatro.
The movie theater is close to the house.
El cine está cerca de la casa.
Once Rosa arrives, we will go to the theater.
En cuanto Rosa llegue, nosotros iremos al teatro.
Once a week I go to the movies o to the theater.
Una vez por semana voy al cine o al teatro.
They laugh in the movie theater
Ellos ríen en el cine.
Didn't you notice if there was a long line in the Alameda theater?
¿No te fijaste si había cola en el cine Alameda?
They are following the way to the theater.
Ellos están siguiendo el camino al teatro.
José walks to the movie theater.
José camina al cine.
He doesn't sing well in the theater.
Él no canta bien en el teatro.
They appear in the movie theater
Ellos aparecen en el cine.
You used to go to the theater with Luis.
Tú ibas al teatro con Luis.
The first act has always begun by the time we arrive at the theater.
El primer acto siempre ha empezado ya para cuando llegamos al teatro.
They go out to the theater.
Ellos salen al teatro.
Hope you can go to the theater!
¡ Ojalá puedas ir al cine !
We go out to the movie theater
Nosotros salimos al cine.
The movie theater is on main street.
El cine está en la calle principal.
She was running to the theater.
Ella corría al teatro.
You come to the movie theater.
Tú vienes al cine.
Do you suppose your sisters will want to go to the theater with us?
¿Crees que tus hermanas querrán ir al teatro con nosotros?
Rosa and Juana walked to the movie theater.
Rosa y Juana caminaron al cine.

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