thumbnail

Click to Translate - Spanish

Can you guess the correct Spanish translation for each of these English words?
This is one of a series of Click to Translate quizzes
Save time by using Keyboard Shortcuts
Quiz by Berney
Rate:
Last updated: February 22, 2023
You have not attempted this quiz yet.
First submittedNovember 22, 2022
Times taken40,191
Average score80.0%
Rating4.92
4:00
0
 guessed
20 remaining
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
Bed
War
Paint
Pencil
Cow
Sunday
Morning
Book
Time
Door
Life
Wood
School
Rain
Man
Toy
Eye
Onion
World
Blue
Azul
Cama
Cebolla
Domingo
Escuela
Guerra
Hombre
Juguete
Lápiz
Libro
Lluvia
Madera
Mañana
Mundo
Ojo
Pintar
Puerta
Tiempo
Vaca
Vida
+5
Level 82
Dec 1, 2022
isn't lapíz pencil not pen? I learned pen as "bolígrapho"
+4
Level 80
Dec 6, 2022
Thanks, that's what it was meant to be, now changed!
+4
Level 68
May 3, 2023
It's "lápiz" and "bolígrafo"
+3
Level 40
May 4, 2023
"bolígrafo"
+1
Level 74
Feb 11, 2023
Nominated!
+1
Level 29
Feb 21, 2023
Haven't studied much Spanish since mandatory schooling in my Elementary private school, but surprised to find out I got 100%. I'll need to relearn a bit since I'm going to go to the DR for a trip soon.
+4
Level 36
Feb 22, 2023
Great quiz! As a native Spanish speaker, I use “banana” and not “platano” because in many Latin American countries, platano refers to plantains and not bananas. Otherwise nice quiz ^^
+1
Level 80
Feb 22, 2023
Thanks. I did wonder about that so have changed the question to avoid confusion.
+2
Level 34
May 3, 2023
Eh banana y plátano son lo mismo son sinónimos, al menos en mi país se ocupa más plátano para referirse a la fruta, aunque en ingles se dice banana.
+1
Level 69
Mar 23, 2023
Great Quiz, nominated!
+2
Level 91
Apr 25, 2023
Isn't manana tomorrow, not morning?
+3
Level 80
Apr 25, 2023
I think the word is used for both.
+3
Level 77
Apr 25, 2023
Yes it means both. That is why "tomorrow morning" is "manana por la manana"
+2
Level 29
Jun 10, 2023
Dutch has a similar thing. "Morgen" means both "morning" and "tomorrow", but "morning" can also be translated as "ochtend". "Tomorrow morning" is "morgenochtend".
+8
Level 84
Apr 25, 2023
Not knowing any Spanish, I picked words that looked most similar to the French translations. 18/20
+1
Level 67
May 3, 2023
Valid
+1
Level 67
May 3, 2023
100%, 1 minute
+1
Level 21
May 3, 2023
At the end I only had "Life" and "War".
+4
Level 88
May 3, 2023
It's not wrong...but for consistency's sake maybe change pintar (verb, to paint) to pintura (noun, paint). All the other words are nouns, even words that have a verb form like lluvia (llover) and vida (vivir).
+2
Level 80
May 3, 2023
Most are nouns intentionally but I wanted to add a few verbs into many of the quizzes in this series. I've also added adjectives, adverbs, pronouns into several of them too.
+1
Level 67
Mar 26, 2024
then perhaps it is better to choose a word that does not mean both in english. I wanted to say or you could have displayed it as painting (as in, I am painting) but that creates a new problem haha. Well, just "to paint" then.
+1
Level 77
May 3, 2023
I took Spanish in school, so I knew a few of these. My rationale on the guesses were Madeira wine casks for wood, guerrilla tactics for war, lluvia for rain (based on lavar--to wash), leaving the onion by process of elimination.
+1
Level 45
May 3, 2023
At last! Thanks to your comment I now know guerrilla is related to the word for war. I always knew it had nothing to do with gorilla but never looked it up. I guessed Guerra from Picasso's painting Guernica.
+2
Level 76
May 4, 2023
Guernica is actually the name of a town, so it's unrelated to the word "guerra".
+2
Level 65
Jun 10, 2023
Guerra and War are cognate, often a G in romance languages becomes a W in english.

Guillaume => William

+1
Level 66
May 3, 2023
Should do one for portuguese...
+2
Level 80
May 4, 2023
There is already one for Portuguese and these are just a few in a large series of Click to Translate quizzes.
+2
Level 81
May 5, 2023
Congrats on entering the top 200 quizmakers! That aside, nice quiz (even though I sucked at it ;)!
+3
Level 80
May 6, 2023
Thanks.
+1
Level 49
May 25, 2023
As a Portuguese speaker, i can guess 100%
+1
Level 66
Jun 13, 2023
Don't speak any Spanish, but I speak French and a bit of German and with a bit of luck got 95% - ain't languages neat?
+1
Level 23
Jul 22, 2023
Pls play rabbitboat's quiz he has very fun quizzes
+1
Level 34
Aug 3, 2023
Pintar is the verb (to paint), if by paint you mean the noun it should be "pintura"
+2
Level 80
Aug 3, 2023
Thanks, but I meant the verb. This series of quizzes uses nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, etc.
+1
Level 22
Feb 3, 2024
i still took a while, even speaking the language i struggled a bit lol.
+1
Level 67
Mar 26, 2024
I got all, don't ask me how. Don's speak a romance language. First half (of all the words, not in order I got them) was easy second half took a bit of thinking and assuring myself I got it right before clicking. But for pencil and wood I had no inkling. I would have guess rabbit or stone for the first and some sort of drink or handcrafted stuff for the second. But no such options, but I guessed right :)
+1
Level 23
Apr 2, 2024
Ñ