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
El sendero divino es noble y sereno. The heavenly way... lofty and serene.
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.
En conjunto, las elecciones legislativas se desarrollaron en un ambiente sereno y transparente. Generally speaking, the parliamentary elections took place in an atmosphere of calm and transparency.
Me sentía a salvo porque el mar estaba sereno y silencioso. I felt safe, because the sea was calm and peaceful.
Yo estoy borracha y tú sereno. I'm drunk and you're sober.
Cuando escriba a Rock, dígale que estaba sereno. When you write to the Rock, tell him I was sober.
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