There are 2 translations of alguno in English:

alguno1

(-na)

adj

  • 1 (delante del nombre/before noun) 1.1 (indicando uno indeterminado) some siempre surge algún contratiempo something o/or some problem always crops up algún día some o/or one day en algún lugar seguro somewhere safe 1.2 (en frases interrogativas, condicionales, etc) any ¿tocas algún instrumento? do you play an instrument o/or any instruments? ¿tiene alguna falta? are there any mistakes? ¿te dio algún recado para mí? did she give you a message for me? si tienes algún problema me lo dices if there's any problem o if you have any problems o if you have a problem, let me know 1.3 (indicando una cantidad indeterminada) esto tiene alguna importancia this is of some importance hace algunos años some years ago o/or a few years ago solo me quedan tres tazas y algún plato I only have three cups and a plate or two left fuera de algún artículo de crítica no ha escrito casi nada apart from the odd review o/or apart from one or two reviews he has hardly written anything algún or alguno que otro/alguna que otra, me gustó alguna que otra de sus acuarelas I liked a few o/or one or two of her watercolors algún oralguno que otro lujo the odd luxury alguna que otra vez once or twice, on the odd occasion
  • 2 (detrás del nombre/after noun) (con valor negativo) esto no lo afectará en modo alguno this won't affect it in the slightest o/or at all

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There are 2 translations of alguno in English:

alguno2

(-na)

pron

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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.