Translation of fun in Spanish:
- the fun ended when …la diversión se acabó cuando …this is fun!¡qué divertido (es esto)!to have fundivertirsewhat fun we used to have!
pasarlo or pasársela bien¡qué bien nos la pasábamos!goodbye, have fun cooking can be great fun
¡cómo nos divertíamos!cocinar puede ser de lo más divertidoit's not much fun just sitting hereno te creas que es muy divertido estar aquí sentadoit's not my idea of funno es lo que yo entiendo por pasarlo or pasarla bienit's all good, clean funes una diversión sanahe's good funes muy divertidoto do something for fun o for the fun of ithacer algo por gustoto do/say something in funhacer/decir algo en bromaall the fun of the fairtodas las diversiones habidas y por haber[ironic]fun and gameswe had some fun and games with the baby last night
todo lo peor que te puedas imaginarayer pasamos una noche de perros con el bebéwe had some fun and games putting it together againfue toda una odisea volver a armarlolike fun (American English) my best friend? like fun he is¿mi mejor amigo? ¡ni hablar! or ¡de eso nada!to make fun of somebody/somethingreírse de alguien/algoto poke fun at somebody/somethingburlarse de alguien/algoExample sentences
- He had his own fun, having fun, dancing, reggae, all that, on the beach and all that.
- Someone in the database has been having fun and this fun will shortly come to an end.
- Play with your baby - this shows you like spending time together having fun.
- I had so much fun on Open Source last night and discovered that there are quite a few truck drivers who are birders.
- To them the pipe lagging was a plaything, a source of fun.
- Gone too will be spoiled votes, which are often a source of fun for those scanning the voting sheets.
- Gold jewellery worn in layers best conveys the mood of fun, playfulness and stylish chaos.
- Honey is a young golden mixed breed terrier, who likes cats, and is full of fun and playful.
- He had the most amazing bright eyes, full of laughter and fun.
- (before noun) (party)[colloquial]he's a fun person
chévere (Latin America except Southern Cone) [colloquial]
guay (Spain) [colloquial]
piola (River Plate area) [colloquial]
padre (Mexico) [colloquial]es un tipo divertidoExample sentences
- However, on landing all was well and the group set out for Athy having had an enjoyable, interesting and fun weekend.
- If we are fortunate, we work in professions that are fun and enjoyable as well as productive.
- A ploughman's lunch was provided and the cooler weather contributed to a very enjoyable fun day.
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