Spanish Word for grandma  

English Word: grandma

Spanish Word: abuela
The Spanish Word for grandma
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Translated sentences containing 'grandma'
I will write a card for my grandma.
Yo escribiré una tarjeta a mi abuela.
My grandma has to rest.
Mi abuelita tiene que descansar.
My grandma is older than me.
Mi abuela tiene más años que yo.
The family attended the party at grandma's house because it was her birthday.
La familia asistió a la fiesta en casa de la abuela porque era su cumpleaños.
Diego bought flowers for grandma.
Diego compró flores a la abuela. -flores
I used to live with my grandma every summer.
Vivía con mi abuela cada verano.
We would have been better at grandma's house!
¡Nosotros hubiéramos estado mejor en la casa de la abuela!
Mom is better than my grandma.
Mamá es mejor que mi abuela.
The grandma knitted a jacket. The grandma knitted it.
La abuela tejió una chaqueta. La abuela la tejió.
The girl goes with her grandma so that she can comb her.
La niña va con su abuela para que la peine.
My grandma is visiting.
Mi abuela está de visita.
Juan phones his grandma.
Juan llama a su abuela por teléfono.
My grandma is Venezuelan.
Mi abuela es venezolana.
Our grandma is very old.
Nuestra abuela es muy vieja.
Diego bought flowers for grandma. Diego bought her flowers.
Diego compró flores a la abuela. Diego le compró flores.
The grandma is happy with her grandson.
La abuelita es feliz con su nieto.
The baby is washed by his grandma.
El bebé es bañado por su abuela.
Last year my grandma gave me underwear as always.
El año pasado mi abuela me regaló ropa interior como siempre.
Grandma has white hair.
La abuela tiene el pelo canoso.
You were watering the plants for grandma. You were watering them for her.
Tú estuviste regando las flores a la abuela. Tú se las estuviste regando.

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