- 1.1 (expression of gratitude) agradecimiento (m) allow me to express my heartfelt thanks [formal] permítame expresarle mi más sincero agradecimiento [formal] a letter/speech of thanks una carta/unas palabras de agradecimiento received with thanks pagado is that all the thanks I get? ¿es así cómo se me lo agradece? I did all I could to help him and small o [iro] much thanks I got for it hice todo lo que pude por ayudarlo y fíjate cómo me lo agradeció you won't get any thanks no te lo van a agradecer to give thanks to God/for sth dar* gracias a Dios/por algoMore example sentences1.2 (as interj) thanks! ¡gracias! thanks very much o a lot! ¡muchas gracias! thanks a million! ¡mil gracias!, ¡un millón de gracias! you can cook supper tonight — oh, thanks a lot o a bundle! [iro] tú haces la cena esta noche — ¡hombre, muchas gracias! or ¡mira qué bien! [irónico/ironical] thanks for nothing! ¡muchas gracias! [irónico/ironical] many thanks (for sth/
- It came back on about half an hour earlier than predicted, so I suppose I can give thanks for that.
- All were there to give thanks for their survival and to pay tribute to those who never returned from the beaches.
- Hundreds turned out to pay tribute to a beloved former headteacher at a memorial service to give thanks for her life.
-ing) muchas gracias (por algo/+ inf) 1.3thanks to gracias a thanks to you we got there on time gracias a ti llegamos puntuales it's thanks to you that we're in this mess [iro] estamos metidos en este lío gracias a ti [irónico/ironical] no thanks to you! ¡no será gracias a ti or por ti precisamente! it's no thanks o it's small thanks to you that we got the contract no fue gracias a ti que conseguimos el contrato
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
Sanfermines (The festival of San Fermín) is from 6th-14th July and el encierro (the 'running of the bulls'), takes place in Pamplona in northern Spain. The animals are released into the barricaded streets and people run in front of them, in honor of the town´s patron saint, San Fermín, who was put to death by being dragged by bulls.