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Clouds in Spanish 🇪🇸

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clouds nubes
How to say “clouds” in Spanish? “Nubes”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “nubes” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on clouds in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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normal speech: NOO-behs
IPA: ˈnubes

8 months ago


“Nubes” sounds similar to “noobs,” which can help you remember the meaning of the word if you associate it with beginners or newbies who are “in the clouds” in terms of their knowledge or skill level

9 months ago


“Estar en las nubes” means “to have one’s head in the clouds” and refers to being absent-minded or daydreaming

9 months ago


From the Latin word “nubes” meaning “cloud”

9 months ago

nubes info.

Tips to remember the word “nubes”:
– Associate “nubes” with the English word “clouds”.
– Think of “la luna y las estrellas” (the moon and the stars) to help you remember that “las nubes” also exist in the sky.
– Remember the phrase “cabeza en las nubes” (head in the clouds) to link the word to daydreaming.

– “Nubes” is the plural form of “nube” in Spanish. It refers to the visible collection of water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the sky.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Cumulus” or “cúmulos” – referring to a type of fluffy, white cloud with a flat base.
– “Stratus” or “estratos” – referring to a type of gray cloud that often covers the entire sky, associated with overcast conditions.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In slang, “estar en las nubes” or “tener la cabeza en las nubes” means to be absent-minded or a daydreamer.

Examples of sentences that use “nubes”:
– “Hoy el cielo está lleno de nubes, parece que va a llover.” (Today the sky is full of clouds, it looks like it’s going to rain.)
– “Me encanta mirar las formas de las nubes y adivinar qué representan.” (I love to watch the shapes of the clouds and guess what they represent.)
– “Las nubes grises anuncian la llegada de una tormenta.” (The gray clouds announce the arrival of a storm.)
– “Las nubes están tan bajas que parece que puedes tocarlas.” (The clouds are so low that it seems like you can touch them.)

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