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

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I think of a bandana tied to a stick

8 months ago


Think of Antonio Banderas waving a flag and you wont forget the meaning again.

2 years ago

bandera info.

Tips to Remember the Word:
1. Associate ‘bandera’ with an image of a flag waving in the wind.
2. Think of the word ‘banner,’ which is similar to ‘flag’ and has a similar meaning and sound as ‘bandera.’
3. Create a mnemonic: “BAND of color ERA,” imagining a flag as a band of colors from a certain era.
4. Break the word into sounds that remind you of English words you already know: ban + dera, where ‘ban’ is a common English word, and ‘dera’ could sound like ‘dare’ with an ‘a’ at the end.

– ‘Bandera’ is the Spanish term for a piece of fabric with distinctive design and colors, used as a symbol, signaling device, or for decoration, just like the English word ‘flag.’

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– ‘Estandarte’ – standard or banner
– ‘Pabellón’ – pavilion, can also refer to a national flag
– ‘Gallardete’ – pennant

Alternate Meanings or Slang:
– In some contexts, ‘bandera’ can also refer to the colors of a sports team or an indicator of political or philosophical affiliations.
– In slang, sometimes used to refer to a person being openly gay (e.g., “sacar la bandera” which means “to come out of the closet”).

Examples of Sentences:
– “La bandera de España tiene tres franjas, roja, amarilla y roja.”
– “Cada país desfiló con su propia bandera durante la ceremonia de apertura.”
– “Es una tradición colgar la bandera en festividades nacionales.”
– “El equipo celebró su victoria ondeando banderas con los colores del club.”
– “En la manifestación, muchas personas llevaban banderas para representar sus causas.”

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