Spanish Word for pay-attention  

English Word: pay attention

Spanish Word: acatar, cuidar, prestar atencion
The Spanish Word for pay attention
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Translated sentences containing 'pay attention'
Pay attention when the traffic light is yellow.
Ponga atención cuando el semáforo está en amarillo.
Pay attention when the traffic light is yellow.
Ponga atención cuando el semáforo está en amarillo.
When you close the book, just in case, pay attention to where you place it.
Cuando cierres el libro, por si acaso, fíjate bien dónde lo pones.
When you close the book, pay attention to where you place it, just in case.
Cuando cierres el libro, fíjate bien dónde lo pones por si acaso.
Just in case, when you close the book, pay attention to where you place it.
Por si acaso, cuando cierres el libro, fíjate bien dónde lo pones.
I didn't pay attention to the sign.
No me fijé en el rótulo.
I didn't pay attention to his arrival.
No me fijé en su llegada.
We pay attention in class.
Prestamos atención en la clase.
I would make more mistakes if I don’t pay attention.
Me equivocaré más si no presto atención.
If you don’t pay attention, you will be carried away.
Camarón que se duerme se lo lleva la corriente.
Pay attention to what you are doing!
¡Fíjate en lo que haces!
How do I have to tell it to you so that you'll pay attention to me?
¿Cómo tengo que decírtelo para que me hagas caso?
He does not pay attention in class.
No presta atención en la clase.
Do you all pay attention to the ads.
¿Vosotros haceis caso a los anuncios?
Why don't we demand that they pay attention to us?
¿Por qué no pedimos que nos hagan caso?
Pedro doesn't pay attention in class.
Pedro no presta atención en clase.

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