Spanish Word for hello  

English Word: hello (hi)

Spanish Word: hola! saludo
The Spanish Word for hello (hi)
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Translated sentences containing 'hello'
When he sees her, he will go to say hello and we will go later.
Cuando la vea él irá a saludarla y nosotros iremos después.
Hello, would you mind answering some questions?
Buenos días, ¿le importaría que le hiciera unas preguntas?
Good morning, I'll have the Caesar salad with ali-oli sauce and small-sized chips.
Buenos días, voy a tomar una ensalada "Caesar" con salsa ali-oli y una de patatas pequeña.
Hello, I would like to make a reservation: the first day would be March, 6th and the last one the 9th, so it would be three nights.
Buenos días, quisiera hacer una reserva: la entrada sería el día 6 de marzo y la salida el día 9, por tanto serían 3 noches
Mrs. Ortega was very angry at you because you hadn't said hello to her.
La Sra. Ortega estaba muy enojada contigo porque no la habías saludado.
Hello, is Silvia there?
Hola, ¿se encuentra Silvia?
We were going to say hello to him, but he was very busy.
Íbamos a saludarlo, pero estaba muy ocupado.
Hello, Mr. Supervisor, I need to talk to you, please.
Hola señor supervisor, necesito hablar con usted, por favor.
Hello. I speak very little English.
Hola. Hablo muy poco inglés.
Hello, I'm Jese, how are you today?
Hola, soy Jese, ¿cómo está hoy?
Hello, what is your name?
Hola, ¿cuál es su nombre?
Elenita told me to say hello to you.
Elenita me dijo que te saludara.
Hello, Robert, my name is Gabriella.
Hola Robert, me llamo Gabriella.
Hello, I would like to cash this check.
Buenos días, quisiera cobrar este cheque.
Hello, could you update my savings passbook?
Buenos días, ¿podría ponerme al día la cartilla/libreta de ahorro?
Hello, John. I'm pleased to see you.
Hola, Juan. Me alegro de verte.
Hello, I would like to open an account.
Buenos días, quisiera abrir una cuenta.
Hello, please sit in the chair.
Hola, por favor siéntese en la silla.
You say hello to your friend. (masculine)
Dices hola a tu amigo.
Hello? Who is this?
¿Aló? ¿Quién habla?

"Hello. Is Mr Fatuzzo there?"
"¿Oiga, es el Sr. Fatuzzo?"
(ES) Hello, Mr Rodríguez Zapatero.
(ES) Buenos días, señor Rodríguez Zapatero.
We met in the middle and I do not remember them saying hello, but that is what happened.
Nos encontramos en el medio y no recuerdo que saludaran, pero eso fue lo que ocurrió.
That being said, hello, Prime Minister, hello, Mr President, welcome to our Parliament, welcome to your Parliament.
Dicho esto, hola, Primer Ministro, hola, señor Presidente, bienvenido a nuestro Parlamento, bienvenido a su Parlamento.
I would like to say thank you for the five years I have worked together with Vladimír Špidla, because this is the last chance to say hello to him.
Quiero dar las gracias por los cinco años que he trabajado junto al señor Špidla, ya que ésta es mi última oportunidad para saludarlo.
Far be it from me to fail to say hello to Wilmya, or to wish Anna good evening, or Ilona or Michèle.
Lejos de mí no saludar a Wilmya, no desear a Ana una buena tarde o a Ilona o a Michèle.
Mr President, I also want to say hello to the Taoiseach and thank him for his marvellous, spontaneous remarks here today.
Señor Presidente, también yo quiero dar la bienvenida al Taoiseach y agradecerle las interesantísimas y espontáneas observaciones que ha hecho hoy en esta sala.
China has recently said goodbye to US President Barack Obama and will soon say hello to European Council President Fredrik Reinfeldt.
China ha despedido recientemente al Presidente de los Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, y pronto recibirá al Presidente del Consejo Europeo, Fredrik Reinfeldt.
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