ES regalado
volume_up
{adjective}

1. colloquial

regalado (also: baratísimo, tirado, botado)
volume_up
dirt cheap {adj.} [coll.]

2. Chile, colloquial

regalado (also: chiche, super fácil, chupado, botado)
volume_up
easy-peasy {adj.} [Brit.] [coll.]

3. "muy fácil", Chile, colloquial

regalado (also: sencillo, fácil, chiche, pichanga)
volume_up
easy {adj.}
the exam was really easy

Context sentences for "regalado" in English

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SpanishPermítanme ser totalmente claro en este punto: La UE no ha regalado nada aquí.
Let me be quite clear on this point: the EU has not given anything away here!
SpanishChirac dijo que Dublín nos había regalado la imagen de una nueva Europa.
Mr Chirac said that Dublin had given us an image of a new Europe.
SpanishUna vez más, pagan los contribuyentes, las personas a las que no se les ha regalado nada.
Again, the bill is being footed by the taxpayer, by the people who are not getting any free gifts.
SpanishEn nuestra economía el dinero se le ha regalado a quienes son responsables de la burbuja financiera.
The money in our economy has been gifted to those responsible for the financial bubble.
SpanishCuando alguien siempre recibe dinero regalado, su espíritu se agudiza volviéndose más inventivo.
Whenever someone is given money, his human spirit becomes inventive.
Spanishcómpralo si quieres, pero yo no lo querría ni regalado
buy it if you want to, I wouldn't touch it with a bargepole myself
Spanishsi usted quiere devolver un obsequio a quien se lo ha regalado
if you wish to return a present to the giver …
SpanishEl respeto del Consejo por los procedimientos democráticos normales no nos vendrá regalado, tendremos que luchar por ello.
The Council is obviously not going to volunteer respect for normal democratic procedures, we shall have to fight for it.
Spanishle ha regalado cada cosa más preciosa …
Spanishtodo lo que tengo es regalado
everything I have has been given to me
Spanishno lo quiero ni regalado
I wouldn't want it if she gave it to me
SpanishAyer nos habríamos podido ahorrar el informe Lannoye sobre el chocolate si los mejicanos no nos hubiesen regalado en el pasado el cacao.
We might have been able to dispense with the Lannoye report on chocolate yesterday had Mexico not given us cocoa in the past.
SpanishMás allá, en el suroeste de Francia, mis padres aprovechaban la suave luz de la lámpara de petróleo que yo les había regalado un día.
Further south-west, in France, my parents spent many days in the dim light of the petroleum lamp which I had given to them once as a present.
Spanishel examen estuvo regalado
SpanishEstamos creando un mecanismo de estabilidad, un fondo de ayuda permanente que tendrán que pagar los ciudadanos de a pie, las personas a las que no se les ha regalado nada.
We are creating a stability mechanism, a permanent aid fund, which will have to be paid for by the ordinary people, by the people who will not be getting any free gifts.
SpanishAhora el eje de la historia se ha invertido y después de habernos regalado cincuenta años de guerra Este-Oeste, nos regala la crisis del mundo que gira en torno al eje Norte-Sur.
Now, the axis of history has shifted, and after 50 years of war between east and west, we are currently experiencing a world crisis revolving around north-south relations.