Spanish idioms are essential to understanding and communicating with native speakers. Because Spanish is spoken in so many different countries, extra care is required when learning idioms. Make sure to pay attention to who is saying what under what circumstances before you attempt to use anything but the most common expression. Browse below to take a look at just how many different ways you can express yourself in Spanish.
sweet dreams (lit.: happy dreams)
florecer como rosa en mayo
blossom; flourish; bloom
fuera de control
out of control. 1. Nuestra casa está fuera de control.
fuera de duda
certain; without doubt (lit.: outside of doubt)
fuera de modo
out of style; out of fashion
fulano de tal
somebody or other
fulano, zutano y mengano
Tom, Dick, and Harry; everybody