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How do you say party in spanish?

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  1. liza2
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    if you mean the noun, like a party you go to at night: fiesta

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  2. jazy
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    \[Party \to Fiesta\]

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  3. poopsiedoodle
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    or, if you mean a group of people: Partido.

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  4. jazy
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    Not at all.^ Partido = game A game of soccer. Un partido de fútbol.

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  5. poopsiedoodle
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    o_O bing translate really DOES suck then.

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  6. poopsiedoodle
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    I just needed some confirmation on that one, and you just about proved my point.

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  7. jazy
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    Haha, yeah I don't suggest google/bing translate. (:

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  8. poopsiedoodle
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    There's just nothing else (♀_♀)

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  9. jazy
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    Going over your spanish lessons helps. However, practice and getting used to listening to Spanish is the best way for it to click in your mind. (:

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  10. poopsiedoodle
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    My spanish lessons haven't covered the word "party" I don't think. At least not the group of people one.

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  11. jazy
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    Party (noun) is Fiesta. If you want to say something like, "Lets go party" you would say, "Vamos de fiesta".

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  12. bieberlove21
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    fiesta

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  13. andreadbc
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    It's both, depending on the context... (political party = partido político birthday party = fiesta de cumpleaños)

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  14. jazy
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    That's a good point. ^

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  15. Turtledove
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    Party = Fiesta

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