"good Lord!" translation into Spanish

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"good Lord!" in Spanish

EN good Lord!
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{interjection}

good Lord! (also: Oh my gosh!)

Similar translations for "good Lord!" in Spanish

good noun
good adjective
good adverb
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Lord noun
Spanish
lord noun
to lord verb

Context sentences for "good Lord!" in Spanish

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EnglishSo that the good news of the Lord's resurrection will not be lacking in
Para que a una Europa, que va cambiando en
EnglishI would like to take the opportunity to thank fishermen for fishing one of the best fish, sole, that nature, for some, or the good Lord, for others, has given us.
Si hay más lenguados de lo previsto, hay que saber adaptarse a la situación y no permanecer atados de manos o bloqueados.
EnglishThen as to those who believed and did good, their Lord will make them enter into His mercy; that is the manifest achievement (or triumph).
A los que llegaron a creer e hicieron buenas obras, su Sustentador les acogerá en Su misericordia: ¡ese, precisamente, será [su más] notorio triunfo!
EnglishIs the Lord good?
EnglishFollowing the advice of the book of Sirach, let us then draw close to Mary and this Mother of Mercy will then lead us to the Son in order to taste how good the Lord is (cf.
Siguiendo el consejo del libro del Sirácida, acerquémonos a Ella, y la Madre de misericordia nos conducirá al Hijo para gustar cómo es bueno el Señor (cf.
EnglishI would like to take the opportunity to thank fishermen for fishing one of the best fish, sole, that nature, for some, or the good Lord, for others, has given us.
Aprovecho para agradecer a los pescadores que pesquen uno de los mejores pescados, el lenguado, que la naturaleza para unos, o el buen Dios para otros, nos ha dado.
EnglishIt is not the good Lord or the devil that bring unemployment. It has been caused by the senseless opening of borders, overly high taxation and the pointless race for extreme levels of production.
El paro no es cosa de Dios ni del diablo, es la apertura irrazonable de las fronteras, la sobrefiscalidad, la carrera desenfrenada hacia la hiperproductividad, eso es lo que ha traído el paro...