Spanish Word of the Day
Sunday, January 05, 2014
agenda noun: diary
  • Both English agenda and Spanish agenda come from the Latin ‘agenda’, which means ‘things needing to be done’.
    But in Spanish, agenda also refers to your diary - in other words, the place where you list the ‘things needing to be done.’
    No me compres* una agenda. Don’t buy me a diary.
  • As well as being a diary, agenda also refers to all the activities you have to do. In that sense it translates as schedule or agenda.
    No me compres* una agenda. Don’t buy me a diary.
    El Presidente tiene una apretada agenda este mes. The President has a very busy schedule this month.
    la agenda política del país the country’s political agenda
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