Spanish Word for scarf  

English Word: scarf

Spanish Word: la bufanda
The Spanish Word for scarf
Now you know how to say scarf in Spanish. :-)
Lookup Another Word?
Translation type:

Word to be translated:



Translated sentences containing 'scarf'
My grandma was knitting a scarf for me. My grandma was knitting it for me.
La abuela estuvo tejiendo una bufanda a nosotros. La abuela nos la estuvo tejiendo.

You spoke yourself of a red scarf, which is not always such a good example.
Usted misma ha hablado de un trapo rojo que no siempre es tan ejemplar.
Mr President, I am wearing my Irish scarf today.
. (EN) Señor Presidente, hoy llevo mi bufanda irlandesa.
You recently visited Ireland - you have your Irish scarf on! You indicated that you are concerned about the emissions from Sellafield.
Usted ha visitado recientemente Irlanda - lleva su bufanda irlandesa, y ha manifestado su preocupación por las emisiones de Sellafield.
I would just like to point out that four months ago, a man wearing a funny scarf was here among us receiving the Sakharov Prize for freedom of spirit.
Quisiera simplemente recordar que hace cuatro meses, un hombre que llevaba un curioso pañuelo al cuello estaba entre nosotros y recibía el premio Sajarov, el premio a la libertad del espíritu.
[ view all sentence pairs ]




More Spanish - English Translations



Interested in travelling to a Spanish-speaking country? Read the travel blog below:

It is nice to have friends.   (Bilbao, Spain)

Last night, I met Pablo at a great tapas bar or as they also called them here here “pinchos”. I actually don’t care what they called, they are fun! I met Pablo while traveling to Latin America in 2001. I’m happy to see him again, he is a nice fellow. Today, Pablo took me to Universidad de Deusto. Established in the 19th century and run by Jesuits, this university has been the alma mater...
[ view entire travel blog ]

http://www.NuLengua.com



Popular Phrase: sentences using dar | Present subjunctive | Conjugated Verb: evolucionar - to evolve, to develop [ click for full conjugation ]