An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (strange)
a. misterioso
The mysterious stranger approached to me and gave me a letter.El misterioso extraño se me acercó y me entregó una carta.
2. (enigmatic)
a. misterioso
The police continue to investigate the mysterious death of the principal.La policía continúa investigando la misteriosa muerte del director.
b. lleno de misterio
This is a mysterious tale that will scare you.Este es un cuento lleno de misterio que te asustará.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. misterioso(a)
to be mysterious about somethingandarse con muchos misterios acerca de algo
mysterious [mɪsˈtɪərɪəs]
1 (puzzling) [+disappearance, illness, circumstances] misterioso
there is nothing mysterious about it no tiene nada de misterioso; no tiene ningún misterio
for some mysterious [reason] there is [something] mysterious going on in some mysterious [way]
the Lord moves in mysterious ways los designios del Señor son inescrutables
2 (enigmatic) [+person, object] misterioso; [+smile] misterioso; lleno de misterio
why are you being so mysterious? ¿por qué andas con tanto misterio?; ¿a qué viene tanto misterio?
your uncle has been very mysterious about this to be mysterious [about] sth
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