Now you know how to say neighbor in Spanish. :-)
Translated sentences containing 'neighbor'
My neighbor has more pieces of furniture than I.
Mi vecina tiene más muebles que yo.
My uncle has more cars than my neighbor.
Mi tío tiene más coches que mi vecino.
My neighbor's dog is always trying to attack me.
El perro de mi vecino siempre me está tratando de atacar.
I don't know how to quiet my neighbor's dog.
No sé como callar al perro de mi vecino.
My neighbor comes from his house.
Mi vecino viene de su casa.
We know your neighbor.
Nosotros conocemos a tu vecina.
He lends his tools to his neighbor.
El presta sus herramientas a su vecino.
He does not lend his tools to his neighbor.
El no presta sus herramientas a su vecino.
Does he lend his tools to his neighbor?
¿Presta él sus herramientas a su vecino?
My neighbor rubbed me the wrong way.
Mi vecina me agotaba la paciencia.
He lent his tools to his neighbor.
El prestó sus herramientas a su vecino.
He did not lend his tools to his neighbor.
El no prestó sus herramientas a su vecino.
Did he lend his tools to his neighbor?
¿Prestó él sus herramientas a su vecino?
My neighbor's dog gave birth to some puppies.
La perra de mi vecino dio luz a unos cachorros.
My neighbor's dog barks all night.
El perro de mi vecino ladra toda la noche.
My dog barked at the neighbor's cat.
Mi perro le ladró al gato del vecino.
They broke into my neighbor's house last night.
Anoche entraron a robar en la casa de mi vecino.
We should try to learn more things about our neighbor’s culture.
Deberíamos aprender más cosas de la cultura de nuestros vecinos.
Police confiscated twenty pounds of marijuana from my neighbor's basement!
¡La policía confiscó veinte libras de marihuana del sótano de mi vecino!
Your neighbor keeps making noise, he's a jerk.
Tu vecino no deja de hacer ruido, es un pesado.
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