"¡Dios mio!" English translation


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"¡Dios mio!" in English

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ES ¡Dios mio!
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{interjection}

¡Dios mio!
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OMG {interj.} (oh my God)

Similar translations for "¡Dios mio!" in English

dios noun
Dios noun
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Dios interjection
¡Dios!
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mío pronoun
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Context sentences for "¡Dios mio!" in English

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Spanishinvita a repetir: «Misericordia, Dios mío, por tu bondad; por
to say over and over: "Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast
SpanishCuando el Presidente Bush firmó, sus asesores miraron hacia atrás y dijeron, "¡Dios mío, China ha firmado!
When President Bush signed it, his advisers looked back and said, 'my God, China has signed it!
SpanishChupé mi lápiz y pensé: "Dios mío, ¿qué he hecho?
I sucked my pencil and thought, 'My goodness me, what have I done?
SpanishD'Aboville decía hace un rato que, Dios mío, era algo así como el 12 % de las capturas.
I think that Mr d'Aboville said just now, for heaven's sake, that it was something like 12 % of the catch.
SpanishDios mío, que no les pase nada
dear God, please let them be all right!
Spanish¡Dios mío! ¡qué falta te hace un baño!
Spanish¡Dios mío! ¿tú otra vez?
SpanishRecibí la información de diversos periódicos extranjeros, y fue así que me enteré, me asusté y pensé: Dios mío, ¿ha dicho eso?
I was shown the reports in the various foreign newspapers - this was how I heard about it - and I was shocked and wondered if that was really what he had said or meant to say.
Spanish¡Dios mío, creo que me he equivocado de cartera en la Comisión!
I envy Commissioner Vitorino, for whom I am standing in: if this is what he gets every time he speaks in the Chamber, then, my goodness, I got the wrong job in the Commission!
SpanishDios mío, estamos aquí en el Parlamento Europeo y uno de nuestros Estados miembros recurre a la lotería para la financiación regional, mientras sigue habiendo personas que duermen en la calle.
Good God, here we are in the European Parliament and one of our Member States is relying on the lottery for regional funding, while people are still sleeping on the streets.