New Year’s Vocabulary

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Año nuevo

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are holidays in much of the world – here’s the Spanish vocabulary you need to celebrate on December 31 and January 1st. ¡Feliz año nuevo!

December 31 el 31 de diciembre
New Year’s Eve la Nochevieja
midnight la medianoche
January 1st el primero de enero
New Year’s Day el día de Año Nuevo
Happy New Year! ¡Feliz año nuevo!
New Year’s resolution una resolución de Año Nuevo
fireworks los fuegos artificiales
champagne el chamán, ~el cava
hangover la resaca, la cruda
   
to celebrate celebrar
to drink beber, tomar
to eat comer
to get drunk emborracharse
to kiss besar
to propose a toast brindar por alguién

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