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What are the Scariest, Must-Know Words for Halloween?
28 words
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What are the Scariest, Must-Know Words for Halloween?
28 words
hueso
masculine
(n)
bone
romper un hueso
break a bone
dulce
masculine
(n)
candy
Siempre tengo un plato lleno de caramelos en mi escritorio para los invitados.
I always keep a dish full of candy on my desk for guests.
calabaza
feminine
(n)
pumpkin
calabaza naranja
orange pumpkin
bruja
feminine
(n)
witch
Día de brujas
masculine
(n)
Halloween
Ella estaba vestida como un fantasma para el día de brujas este año.
She was dressed as a ghoul for Halloween this year.
araña
feminine
(n)
spider
Una araña tiene ocho patas.
A spider has eight legs.
murciélago
masculine
(n)
bat
murciélago negro
black bat
espantoso
masculine
(a)
scary
Los dragones dan miedo.
Dragons are scary.
el diablo
masculine
(n)
devil
calavera
feminine
(n)
skull
disfraz
masculine
(n)
costume
gato negro
masculine
(p)
black cat
muerto viviente
masculine
(p)
zombie
hombre lobo
masculine
(n)
werewolf
vampiro
masculine
(n)
vampire
Dulce o truco
masculine
(p)
trick-or-treat
terrorífico
(a)
spooky
esqueleto
masculine
(n)
skeleton
pirata
masculine
(n)
pirate
momia
feminine
(n)
mummy
monstruo
masculine
(n)
monster
calabaza de Halloween
feminine
(p)
jack-o'-lantern
casa embrujada
feminine
(p)
haunted house
ogro
masculine
(n)
goblin
fantasma
masculine
(n)
ghost
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