Saber Expressions

Saber - Spanish verb
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Saber means "to know" and is also used in many idiomatic expressions, including to know by heart, to wonder, and to taste like. Learn these and dozens of other Spanish expressions featuring saber.

Saber translations

Saber expressions

saber a to taste like
saber a demonio(s) to taste awful
saber amargo to taste bitter
saber cuidar de sí mismo to know how to take care of oneself
saber de + noun to know a lot about something
saber de un sitio muy bueno to know of a very good place
saber ir to know the way
saber más que Briján to be very intelligent
saber orientarse por el ciudad to know one's way around town
saberle mal a alguien to not like
saberse algo de memoria to know something by heart
no saber de alguien to have not heard from / had news about someone
no saber demasiado bien to not taste very good
no saber nada de + noun to not know anything, to know nothing about + noun
No saber ni papa to not know the first thing about something
no saberle mal a alguien to not mind, not be bothered by
a saber namely
a saber dónde I wonder where
a saber si realmente ___ ___ I wonder if ___ really ___ed
anda a saber God (only) knows, your guess is as good as mine
hacer saber algo a alguien to let someone know something
Cada uno sabe dónde le aprieta el zapato Everyone knows his/her own weakness
cualquiera sabe si It's anybody's guess whether
cuando lo supe when I heard / found out about it
¡de haberlo sabido! If only I'd known!
demasiado bien sé que I know only too well that
en cuanto lo supe / supimos as soon as I / we found out
Eso ya me lo sabía yo I already knew that
Es una persona que sabe escuchar He/She is a good listener
lo dudo, pero nunca se sabe I doubt it, but you never know
Logró / Lograron saber el secreto He / They managed to learn the secret
Lo sé. I know.
El motivo de esta carta es hacerle saber que I am writing to inform you that
¡No lo sabes bien!(inf) You're not kidding! That's not the half of it!
No sabía dónde meterse He didn't know what to do with himself
no sabe, no contesta(survey) don't know, n/a
No se sabe Nobody knows
No se saben las causas The causes are unknown
Nunca más se supo de él / ellos He was / They were never heard from again
para que lo sepas let me tell you, for your information
pocos campeones saben perder few champions are good losers
que sepamos as far as we know
¡Qué sé yo! How should I know?
que yo sepa as far as I know
Quién es Ud., si se puede saber? Who are you, may I ask?
¡Quién sabe! Who knows!
¿Quién sabe? Who knows? Who can tell?
Quiero hacerle saber que I would like to inform you that
¿sabe Ud.?(filler) you know?
Se las sabe todos(informal) to know every trick in the book
¿Se puede saber si…? Can you tell me if…?
Se supo que… It was learned that…
Según mi leal saber y entender(formal) To the best of my knowledge
Sépase que… Let it be known that…
sin saberlo yo without my knowledge
¡Si lo sabré yo! I should know!
¿Tú qué sabes? What do you know?
Tú sabrás (lo que haces) I suppose you know (what you're doing)
¡Vete a saber! God (only) knows, your guess is as good as mine
Vete tú a saber Your guess is as good as mine
ya lo sabía yo I thought as much
Ya se sabe que… It is known…, We all know…
¡Yo qué sé! How should I know?
el saber hacer know-how, savoir-faire
el saber popular folk wisdom
un no sé qué a certain something
un no sé qué de afectado a certain affectation

 Saber is one of two verbs that mean to know.

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