Santiago translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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caballero de Santiago exp.
Knight of (the Order of) Santiago

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
the Santiago train
to move heaven and earth
to leave no stone unturned
'Santiago' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
Santiago el Menor
Santiago (de Compostela)
remover cielo y tierra {or} Roma con Santiago para hacer algo
volamos directo {or} directamente a Santiago
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"Santiago": examples and translations in context
Santiago está muerto y no debería estarlo. Santiago's dead, and he shouldn't be.
Me preguntaba porqué Santiago no empacó. I'm wondering why Santiago wasn't packed.
Y está apuntando con un cuchillo a Santiago el Menor. And it's pointing a knife at James the Lesser.
Santiago, Juan,hijos de Zebedeo... venir conmigo. James and John, sons of Zebedee, come with me.
Así detuve a los hermanos Santiago. That's how I took down the Santiago brothers.
Newcastle está empezando con el joven Santiago Muñez. Now. Newcastle are choosing to start with young Santiago Munez.
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