Bachelor in spanish


pronunciation: soʊlteɹ̩oʊ part of speech: noun
In gestures

bachelor = soltero, hombre soltero. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que acaban con esta terminación]

Example: By the way, he's a bachelor and has been at Royalty for five years and is well-known and respected.


» Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) = Diplomatura en Humanidades.

Example: Mr. Welsh received a B.A. in philosophy from Notre Dame in 1940, where he also attended law school.

» bachelor pad = picadero, apartamento de soltero.

Example: When Mike moves in with Molly and her family, he has to adjust from life in his bachelor pad to a house full of women.

» bachelor party = fiesta de despedida de soltero, despedida de soltero.

Example: The bachelorette party, similar to yet, in many ways different from, the bachelor party, affords women the opportunity to enjoy their 'last night of freedom'.

» bachelor's degree = diplomatura, grado.

Example: He received his bachelor's degree from UCLA and a master's degree in librarianship from Catholic University.

» B.Sc. degree (Bachelor of Science) = diplomatura (en ciencias).

Example: There are more than 20 LIS schools in the Arab world and they grant diplomas, B.Sc. degrees, Master degrees and Ph.D.

» eligible bachelor = buen partido, joven casadero.

Example: Even more surprisingly, a significant number of eligible bachelors (22% percent) agreed with a statement that marriage just isn't for them.

Bachelor synonyms

bach in spanish: llevar una vida de soltero, pronunciation: bɑk part of speech: noun bachelor-at-arms in spanish: soltero de armas, pronunciation: bætʃəlɔrəthɑrmz part of speech: noun knight bachelor in spanish: soltero caballero, pronunciation: naɪtbætʃəlɜr part of speech: noun unmarried man in spanish: hombre soltero, pronunciation: ənmeridmæn part of speech: noun
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