sereno translation | Spanish-English dictionary



a       adj  
1    (=apacible)  
calm, serene  
[cara, expresión]  
2      (Meteo)  
settled, fine  
cloudless, clear
3    (=calmado)  
calm, quiet  
[tarde, noche]  
still, peaceful  
calm, still
4    (=sobrio)  
estar sereno      to be sober  
b       sm  
1    (=humedad)   night dew  
dormir al sereno      to sleep out in the open  
le perjudica el sereno      the night air is bad for her  
2    (=vigilante)   night watchman
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estar sereno exp.
to be sober

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to sleep out in the open
the night air is bad for her
to look for a job as a night watchman
they thought I was something the cat dragged in
'sereno' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el sereno
tuve que obligarme {or} forzarme a permanecer sereno
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"sereno": examples and translations in context
Sólo un tiempo placentero sereno, pienso que alzará tu interés en la clase. Just a serene pleasant time, and I think it'll perk up your interest in class.
Cuando despierte, encontraré su bello y sereno rostro dormido a mi lado, sobre esa almohada. And when I awake, I shall find your fair, serene face... asleep beside me... on that pillow.
Les da más miedo si el de la pistola es sereno, frío, calculador. I mean, it's a lot scarier if someone with a gun is calm and cool and collected, man.
Me sentía a salvo porque el mar estaba sereno y silencioso. I felt safe, because the sea was calm and peaceful.
Demasiado sereno para ellos en las montañas. Too peaceful for them here in the mountains.
No quiero hacer que nadie se sienta sereno. I don't want to make anybody feel peaceful, man.
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