There are 2 translations of yo in English:

yo1

pron pers

  • 1.1 (como sujeto) I ¿quién quería verme? — yo no who wanted to see me? — not me o it wasn't me ¿quién quiere más helado? — ¡yo! who wants more ice cream? — me! o I do! ¿quién es? — soy yo who is it? — it's me fui yo el que llamó it was me o [formal] I who called ¿y tú qué haces aquí? — ¿quién, yo? what are you doing here? — who, me? lo pinté yo misma I painted it myself estoy cansada — yo también I'm tired — so am I o me too ¿y yo qué? ¿no como? what about me? don't I get anything to eat? yo que tú/él or [criticized usage/uso criticado]yo de ti/él if I were you/him, if I was you/him [colloquial/familiar] yo, Juan Gutiérrez, certifico que … [formal] I, Juan Gutiérrez, hereby certify that … 1.2 (en comparaciones, con ciertas preposiciones) me come más que yo he eats more than me o more than I do es tan alto como yo he's as tall as me o as tall as I am llegó después que yo she arrived after me o after I did se sentó entre Isabel y yo he sat between Isabel and me lo preparamos entre Charo y yo Charo and I prepared it between us todos excepto Juan y yo everyone except Juan and me o Juan and myself

Compounds

Yo Pecador

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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.