Sep 21, 2006, 10:09 AM
Post #10 of 11
Buenos Dias Quevedo,
The word “claro” is one I’ve not been accustomed too, in part due to my lack of its use. I like the word and in looking it up in an audible on line Spanish dictionary (website included) it gives multiple variations of its use.
I chose “obviously” as a selection of choice and with the suggestions listed under “clarora.”
I’ve also included “obviously,” as the option chosen.
The word “claro” can be used in so many effective variations.
Incidentally, I’ve included the Yahoo website as one of my better finds in the pursuit of frantically searching for a reasonable “audible dictionary” and the nice part of it is it pronounces the word pretty well, and the kicker is it’s free.
Yahoo Audible Dictionary below:
- (luminoso) bright, well-lit
- (despejado) clear, cloudless
- (cristalino) limpid, transparent
- clear, distinct
ella habla con voz claro she speaks in a distinct voice
verde claro light green
- thin, weak
sopa claro thin soup
- (manifiesto) evident, obvious, plain
- (inteligible) intelligible, lucid
lenguaje claro straightforward language
- figurative (perspicaz) sharp, keen
tiene una inteligencia claro she has a sharp mind
- (célebre) famous, illustrious
- (clearly) evidentemente
they obviously didn't do it evidentemente no lo hicieron
- (of course) por supuesto, sin duda
¡Hasta La Otra!