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August 11 , 2007

The Seven Seas Dictionary of Proverbs & Idioms


What does "echarle crema a tus tacos" mean in English? How do you say "between a rock and hard place" in Spanish? You can find these and over a hundred other sayings and idiomatic expressions here in the Seven Seas Dictionary of Proverbs and Idioms. These phrases have been compiled and translated from Spanish to English and English to Spanish by David Bevis, Seven Seas Translations Agency founding partner, then checked carefully by our team of experts.

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