tengo mucho que estudiar translation English | Spanish-English dictionary

tengo mucho que estudiar exp.
I've got a lot of work {o} studying to do

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exp.
I have a lot {o} lots to do
exp.
I haven't got a lot {o} much to do
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I'm very cold
exp.
I have a lot of work
exp.
I'm very hot
exp.
I have a lot of {o} lots of money
exp.
I don't have a lot of {o} much money
exp.
I'm very fond of him
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I'm very pleased to meet you
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I'm fearful of thunderstorms
exp.
I always have a lot of work in {o} during the morning
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allow me to introduce Mr Peláez
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I have a lot of homework to do for tomorrow
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you have to work {o} study harder
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I have to do some maths this evening
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we very much regret that ...
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there is so much to be done
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however hard you study
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you have to study these countries as a whole
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have you been waiting long?
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however much they would like to
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much as they would like to
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you know (just) how much I like it
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we don't see much of you to say the least
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I was really pissed off when Colombia lost
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let's get moving, there's still a lot to do
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tenga  

, tengo etc         
    tener  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

tenga, ten, tenor, tenso


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