hay translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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hay

  

    haber  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Haya, hayo, ha, hayal

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
there are
exp.
there is
exp.
it's sunny
exp.
the sun is shining
exp.
it is foggy
exp.
everyone must work
exp.
there's no room
exp.
there's no room {o} space
exp.
there is no alternative {o} choice
exp.
there is no other option
exp.
it can't be fixed; the damage is done; there's nothing left to do
exp.
there's loads of people
exp.
there's no mystery about it
exp.
there's a catch here
exp.
it's a hopeless case
exp.
there's no network coverage
exp.
you're breaking up
exp.
the walls have ears
(MODISMOS)
exp.
I smell a rat
[Latam] Colombia;(MODISMOS)
exp.
there's plenty of time
exp.
sold out
exp.
it's very draughty
exp.
there is a lot of unrest
exp.
there are certain limits
exp.
phrase used to warn that someone who should not hear a conversation is around
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'hay' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
hay
exp.
donde hay confianza hay asco
(PROVERBS)
exp.
no hay límite
[Fig.]
exp.
aquí hay trampa
exp.
hay que vigilarlo
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