vale un potosí translation | Spanish-English dictionary

vale un potosí exp.
it's worth a fortune

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
she's worth her weight in gold
she's a treasure
it's worth a fortune
it costs the earth
it costs a fortune
it's not worth tuppence
it isn't worth a thing {o} penny
it's not worth a brass farthing
it's worthless
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   sm     (Fin)   (=pagaré)   promissory note frm  , IOU *     
bill, check   (EEUU)     
voucher, chit  
  vale de comida   luncheon voucher  
  vale de correo   money order  
  vale de descuento   discount voucher  
  vale de regalo   gift voucher, gift certificate   (EEUU)     
  vale (de) restaurante   luncheon voucher  
  vale postal   money order
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
vale          [2]  
*      excl     (Esp)   OK, sure  
    valer       B8  

Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  

"vale un potosí": examples and translations in context
Recuerdo que el Presidente Pöttering nos reprendía, nos ridiculizaba y alegaba que esa medida costaba un potosí. I remember how President Pöttering scolded us, derided us and claimed that it cost the earth.
Hay que salvar al soldado Ryan del Real Madrid, sólo que el soldado Ryan del Real Madrid se llama Cristiano Ronaldo, costó un potosí, ... Jana Galan and Ronaldo Flaminiano Garces were married Saturday at the Church of the Guardian Angel in Manhattan. Msgr.
- Vale un paquete de cigarrillos. - It's worth a pack a cigarettes.
Ese Johnnie tuyo vale un millón. He's one in a million, that Johnnie of yours.
Un genio vale un millón como él. One man of genius is worth a million like him.
Qué suerte tienes Vale un céntimo, querida What luck you got, it's worth a centime. my dear
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