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"Estoy aquí" is a phrase which is often translated as "I'm here", and "cabeza" is a noun which is often translated as "head". Learn more about the difference between "estoy aquí" and "cabeza" below.
estoy aquí(
ehs
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toy
 
ah
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kee
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used to refer to the present)
a. I'm here
¿Dónde se metió Ana? Hace un rato que no la veo. - Estoy aquí, en el jardín.Where can Ana be? I haven't seen her for a while. - I'm here, in the garden.
b. I'm over here
¡Luis, estoy aquí! - ¡Hola! Siento llegar tan tarde.Luis, I'm over here! - Hi! Sorry I'm so late.
c. I've been here
Estoy aquí desde marzo y no me voy hasta enero.I've been here since March, and won't be leaving until January.
2. (used to refer to the future)
a. I'll be here
Estoy aquí todo el fin de semana, así que llámenme si salen a tomar algo.I'll be here all weekend, so give me a call if you go for a drink.
b. I'm going to be here
Si necesitas algo, ya sabes que hoy estoy aquí hasta las 6 pm.If you need anything, you know I'm going to be here until 6 pm today.
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cabeza(
kah
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beh
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sah
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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
1. (anatomy)
a. head
El perro sacó la cabeza por la ventana del coche.The dog stuck his head out of the car window.
2. (mental capacity)
a. head
Contratamos a Isaac porque tiene cabeza para los números.We hired Isaac because he has a head for numbers.
b. mind
Nunca le pasa por la cabeza ordenar la habitación.It never crosses her mind to tidy her room.
3. (person in charge)
a. head
La cabeza del grupo fue elegida por su experiencia en alpinismo.The head of the group was elected for her climbing experience.
b. leader
Tom es la cabeza de la asociación de vecinos en nuestro barrio.Tom's the leader of the residents' association in our area.
4. (top)
a. head
Intenté encender el cerillo, pero se le rompió la cabeza.I tried to light the match, but the head broke off.
5. (summit)
a. top
La montaña mide unos 1,000 metros, así que nos ha costado llegar a la cabeza.The mountain is around 1,000 meters high, so we struggled to reach the top.
6. (origin)
a. source
La cabeza del río Misisipí es el lago Itasca.The head of the Mississippi River is Lake Itasca.
7. (measurement)
a. head
Bolt ganó la carrera apenas por una cabeza.Bolt won the race by barely a head.
8. (cattle)
a. head
Mi tío tiene 20 cabezas de ganado en su rancho.My uncle has 20 head of cattle on his ranch.
9. (political seat)
a. capital
Además de ser cabeza económica de la región, la Cuidad de México también es la capital nacional.As well as being the economic capital of the region, Mexico City is also the national capital.
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