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"Crowded" is an adjective which is often translated as "lleno", and "expensive" is an adjective which is often translated as "caro". Learn more about the difference between "crowded" and "expensive" below.
crowded(
krau
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dihd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (full of people)
a. lleno
The beach was crowded because it was a three-day weekend.La playa estaba llena porque era puente.
b. abarrotado
The town hall was crowded with people.El ayuntamiento estaba abarrotado de gente.
c. atestado
All the shops are crowded on the first day of the November sales.Todas las tiendas están atestadas el primer día de las rebajas de noviembre.
d. apretado
Jake described the crowded conditions in which his family lived.Jake describió las condiciones apretadas en que vivía su familia.
2. (packed)
a. apretado
Your schedule looks rather crowded, so you may want to drop a class.Tu horario se ve bastante apretado, así que a lo mejor te interesaría dejar una clase.
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expensive(
ehk
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spehn
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sihv
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (costly)
a. caro
I wish that bag wasn't so expensive.Ojalá ese bolso no fuera tan caro.
b. costoso
I can't go on the trip; the tickets are too expensive.No puedo ir en el viaje, los boletos son demasiado costosos.
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