Impress someone with an authentic Spanish expression! First you have the Spanish expression, followed by the literal translation with the English equivalent meaning in brackets.
Ser más fuerte que un roble – To be stronger than an oak tree (To be as strong as an ox)
Ser uña y carne – To be nail and flesh (To get on really well/be really close)
Es pan comido – It is bread that has been eaten (It’s a piece of cake) Continue reading