Translation of interested in Spanish:
- 1 they seem very interestedwould you be interested?parecen estar muy interesadossorry, I'm not interested¿le interesaría?anyone interested should see Miss Bushlo siento, no me interesa or no tengo interésI'm going for a drink; anyone interested?los interesados deben hablar con la señorita Bushto be interestedvoy a tomar algo ¿alguien se apunta? [colloquial]
insomebody/something/ -ingI am interested in astronomythe company is interested in acquiring new premisesme interesa la astronomíaare you interested in our old TV?la compañía está interesada en adquirir nuevos localesit's very hard getting the children interested in grammar¿te interesa nuestro televisor viejo?to be interested to +es muy difícil conseguir que los niños se interesen por la gramática infinitiveI'd be interested to hear what they didI was interested to note that …me interesaría saber qué hicieronnoté or constaté con interés que …Example sentences
- The line of thought in which I am particularly interested is that concerning the nature of the union of soul and body.
- I'm interested to hear any thoughts or answer any questions concerning this.
- I've never seen them and I'm interested to hear what kind of noise they make.
- 2 (concerned) See examples: interested partyparte (feminine) interesadaExample sentences
- We have many interested parties already involved in many countries and on all continents.
- There is no question of the involvement of the interested party assisting in that way.
- All interested parents and people involved with youth are asked to to attend this meeting.
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A portero is a superintendent in an apartment building who looks after it, keeps it clean, delivers mail, and keeps an eye on comings and goings. Porteros often have an apartment in the building as part of their pay. The portero, and particularly the female portera, are part of popular culture. They have a reputation for being inquisitive and fond of gossip.