Spanish Word of the Day
Sunday, December 21, 2014
gordo adjective: big
  • We’ve already seen that gordo not only means fat, it can also mean hefty, when referring to a book.
    un libro gordo que pone ‘Política económica del Gobierno’ a hefty book which says ‘The Government’s Economic Policy’
  • A couple of other words with which you use gordo in a figurative way are una mentira, a lie, and un problema, a problem.
    un libro gordo que pone ‘Política económica del Gobierno’ a hefty book which says ‘The Government’s Economic Policy’
    Es una gorda mentira que el público ha rechazado. It’s a big lie that the public has rejected.
    Es el problema más gordo que tiene. It’s the biggest problem he’s got.
Phrase of the Day
To be pig-headed / stubborn
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