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i will show you tonight significado en español

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te mostraré esta noche
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will [wills] (act of choosing to do something; conscious intent or volition)
noun
[UK: wɪl]
[US: wɪl]

albedríonoun
{m}
The question of free will is a prickly conundrum to religion. = La cuestión del libre albedrío es un espinoso enigma para la religión.

voluntadnoun
{f}
God's will first. = Primero la voluntad de Dios.

Will (diminutive of William)
proper noun
[UK: wɪl]
[US: wɪl]

Guilleproper noun

will [willed, willing, wills] (indicating future action)
verb
[UK: wɪl]
[US: wɪl]

future tenseverb

ir averb

will [willed, willing, wills] (to bequeath)
verb
[UK: wɪl]
[US: wɪl]

legarverb

will [willed, willing, wills] verb
[UK: wɪl]
[US: wɪl]

anhelarverb

desearverbI'm hoping that will happen. = Yo deseo que ocurra.

show [shows] (broadcast program(me))
noun
[UK: ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ]

programanoun
{m}
I liked the show. = Me gustó el programa.

show [shows] (demonstration)
noun
[UK: ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ]

demostraciónnoun
{f}

show [shows] (entertainment)
noun
[UK: ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ]

espectáculonoun
{m}
Enjoy the show. = Disfrute del espectáculo.

festivalnoun
{m}

shownoun
{m}
The show is over. = El show se acabó.

show [shows] (exhibition, see also: exhibition)
noun
[UK: ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ]

exposiciónnoun
{f}

show [showed, shown, showing, shows] (to display)
verb
[UK: ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ]

enseñarverbHe showed us photos. = Nos enseñó fotos.

mostrarverb

show [showed, shown, showing, shows] (to indicate (a fact) to be true)
verb
[UK: ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ]

demostrarverbAnd what do you have to show for it? = Y qué tienes para demostrarlo?

tonight (during today's evening)
adverb
[UK: tə.ˈnaɪt]
[US: tə.ˈnaɪt]

esta nocheadverb

esta tardeadverb

tonight (nighttime today)
noun
[UK: tə.ˈnaɪt]
[US: tə.ˈnaɪt]

esta nochenoun

will contest (legal action brought to dispute the validity of a will)
noun

litigación sobre un testamentonoun
{f}

ill will (ill-disposed attitude)
noun
[UK: ɪl wɪl]
[US: ˈɪl wɪl]

inquinanoun

at will (at one's preference)
preposition
[UK: ət wɪl]
[US: ət wɪl]

a discreciónpreposition

free will (natural inclination)
noun
[UK: friː wɪl]
[US: ˈfriː wɪl]

libre albedríonoun
{m}

living will (document giving durable power of attorney to a surrogate decision-maker for healthcare purposes)
noun

testamento vitalnoun

show-off (one who shows off)
noun
[UK: ˈʃəʊ ɒf]
[US: ˈʃoʊ ɒf]

exhibicionistanoun
{m}

fanfarrónnoun
{m}

fantasmanoun
{m}

postureadornoun
{m}

presumidonoun
{m}

show trial (trial held for appearance's sake)
noun
[UK: ʃəʊ ˈtraɪəl]
[US: ˈʃoʊ ˈtraɪəl]

farsa judicialnoun
{f}

show up (to appear)
verb
[UK: ʃəʊ ʌp]
[US: ˈʃoʊ ʌp]

aparecerverb

show off (to exhibit, to demonstrate something for the purpose of bragging)
verb
[UK: ʃəʊ ɒf]
[US: ˈʃoʊ ˈɒf]

alardearverb

chulearverb

desfilarverb

hacer alardeverb

lucirverb

lucirseverb

pavonearseverb

show jumping (equestrian event in which a rider's horse is jumped over an array of obstacles)
noun
[UK: ʃəʊ ˈdʒʌmp.ɪŋ]
[US: ˈʃoʊ ˈdʒʌmp.ɪŋ]

salto ecuestrenoun

reality show (a reality television program)
noun

programa de telerrealidadnoun
{m}

realitynoun
{m}

reality shownoun
{f}

minstrel show (A variety show performed by white people in blackface)
noun

minstrelnoun

minstrel shownoun

variety show (type of entertainment featuring a succession of short, unrelated performances by various artistes)
noun
[UK: və.ˈraɪə.tɪ.ˈʃəʊ]
[US: və.ˈraɪə.tɪ.ˈʃəʊ]

espectáculo de variedadesnoun
{m}

cooking show noun

cooking shownoun

show cookingnoun

talk show (TV or radio programme in which a host converses with guests)
noun
[UK: ˈtɔːk ʃəʊ]
[US: ˈtɔːk ˈʃoʊ]

tertulianoun
{f}

television show (live or recorded TV broadcast or program)
noun

programa de televisiónnoun
{m}

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