Translation of moon in Spanish:
- new/full moonby the light of the moon the Man in the Moonluna nueva/llenato land on the moon the dark side of the moonel duendecillo que vive en la luna(en los cuentos infantiles anglosajones)many moons agola cara oscura de la lunaonce in a blue moonhace muchas lunashace mucho tiempoto be over the moon (especially British English)muy de vez en cuandode Pascuas a Ramosde higos a peras or brevashe was over the moon when he heardestar como unas Pascuas or loco de contentoto promise the moonse puso como unas Pascuas or loco de contento cuando se enteróExample sentences
- If you calculate back a billion and a half years ago, the moon would have been in direct contact with the earth.
- The moon came up four hours ago, huge and the colour of a malfunctioning striplight on an office ceiling.
- Eclipses of the sun and the moon occur every six months.
- 1 (dream) See examples: she spent the whole day mooning in her roomthey moon around o about the streets all dayse pasó el día en su habitación pensando en las musarañasto moonse pasan el día vagando or deambulando por las calles
oversomebodysoñar conalguienExample sentences
- She is still mooning about in that motel room, but she does that you know.
- His talent at piloting was uncanny and he had spent his time mooning about the docks, watching the skimmers.
- And yep, you got it right, up till now, he was still mooning around because of Sandara.
- 2 (expose one's buttocks) [slang]mostrar or enseñar el trasero [colloquial]Example sentences
- They're swinging about like monkeys, roaring up and down the aisles and I was even mooned at once.
- We do not like some of the things they do, especially those things that break the law or insult Greek sensitivities, such as mooning.
- Who could cry when Noah and Todd managed to moon the entire crowd when they went up to receive their diplomas?
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