Palabras en Inglés con L

Conocer nuevas palabras y aumentar nuestro vocabulario a la hora de aprender inglés es uno de los mejores recursos que tenemos a la hora de conocer el lenguaje que estamos aprendiendo y así tener mayores recursos para armar oraciones de la manera correcta. Por eso, y para ayudarte a construir tu vocabulario te traemos esta lista de palabras en inglés con L.

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  1. Palabras en inglés con L
    1. 1. Label – Etiqueta / Etiquetar
    2. 2. Labor – Trabajo
    3. 3. Laboratory – Laboratorio
    4. 4. Ladder – Escalera
    5. 5. Lady – Dama
    6. 6. Lake – Lago
    7. 7. Lamp – Lámpara
    8. 8. Land – Tierra
    9. 9. Landlord – Propietario / Encargado
    10. 10. Lane – Carril
    11. 11. Language – Lenguaje
    12. 12. Large – Grande
    13. 13. Last – Último / Por ultimo
    14. 14. Late – Tarde
    15. 15. Later – Más tarde
    16. 16. Laugh – Risa
    17. 17. Latin – Latino
    18. 18. Laundry – Lavandería
    19. 19. Lavender – Lavanda
    20. 20. Learn – Aprender
    21. 21. Leave – Salir / Dejar
    22. 22. Left – Izquierda
    23. 23. Leg – Pierna
    24. 24. Legal – Legal
    25. 25. Legend – Leyenda
    26. 26. Length – Longitud
    27. 27. Less – Menos
    28. 28. Lesson – Lección
    29. 29. Letter – Carta
    30. 30. Lettuce – Lechuga
    31. 31. Level – Nivel / Nivelar
    32. 32. Liar – Mentiroso (a)
    33. 33. Library – Biblioteca
    34. 34. Life – Vida
    35. 35. Light – Luz / Ligero
    36. 36. Limit – Límite
    37. 37. Lion – León
    38. 38. Lip – Labio
    39. 39. Liquid – Líquido
    40. 40. Listen – Escuchar
    41. 41. Literature – Literatura
    42. 42. Little – Pequeño
    43. 43. Live – En vivo
    44. 44. Local – Local
    45. 45. Logic – Lógica (o)
    46. 46. Long – Largo
    47. 47. Lonely – Solitario
    48. 48. Look – Mira / Mirar
    49. 49. Lost – Perdido
    50. 50. Lying – Mintiendo

Palabras en inglés con L

En la siguiente lista que te presentamos una lista de 50 palabras además de su traducción al español y algunos ejemplos de cómo se utilizan en una oración.

1. Label – Etiqueta / Etiquetar

  • David had to read the label to learn how to use the washing machine
  • The teacher labeled her as a hyperactive kid

2. Labor – Trabajo

  • The labor of moving the furniture was too much for his knees
  • I will have to pay a lot for the labor of fixing my car’s motor so I decided to sell it

3. Laboratory – Laboratorio

  • She’s a biologist working in a renowned laboratory
  • Samuel went to the laboratory to get his results

4. Ladder – Escalera

  • We need to buy a bigger ladder to be able to fix our roof
  • Adam fell down the ladder and hurt his arm but he’s fine now

5. Lady – Dama

  • Vivian is such a nice young lady
  • I was at the supermarket a this lady came to me asking about chicken recipes

6. Lake – Lago

  • We had the most beautiful view of the lake from our cabin
  • Bob loves kayaking in the Big Lake

7. Lamp – Lámpara

  • Serena bought a new lamp for her living room
  • This lamp is the ugliest I’ve ever seen

8. Land – Tierra

  • Allyson has a big plot of land near the river
  • In America, native land Is protected by law

9. Landlord – Propietario / Encargado

  • My landlord is a really nice guy
  • I’m renting my apartment so I’m officially a landlord now

10. Lane – Carril

  • The interstate 25 has 6 lanes; it’s the biggest of the state
  • I was driving in the right lane and that car just hit me with no reason

11. Language – Lenguaje

  • I fell in love with her but there was a very significant language barrier
  • Linda is learning a whole new language from scratch

12. Large – Grande

  • Giovanni has a very large truck
  • She was a very large woman but now she’s not, she has lost a lot of weight

13. Last – Último / Por ultimo

  • At last she was able to buy a new home
  • Adam came in last in his bike race

14. Late – Tarde

  • Josie came home late last night from the party
  • It was too late to call him back; so I waited till the next morning

15. Later – Más tarde

  • I’m busy now but I’ll see you later tonight
  • Could you call me later?

16. Laugh – Risa

  • Alice has the loudest laugh I’ve ever heard
  • He laughed so hard his stomach hurt

17. Latin – Latino

  • Richard loves Latin music; specially salsa
  • We went to a Latin restaurant and the food was delicious

18. Laundry – Lavandería

  • She was doing laundry when I got home
  • The dog was hiding from the kids in the laundry room

19. Lavender – Lavanda

  • Diana absolutely loves everything that smells like lavender
  • William bought me a gorgeous lavender shirt

20. Learn – Aprender

  • You need to learn grammar to speak good English
  • Oscar wants to learn how to play the guitar

21. Leave – Salir / Dejar

  • She wants to leave this town as soon as possible
  • He’s a man now, you have to leave him be

22. Left – Izquierda

  • You have to turn left to get to Main Street
  • Evelyn is left handed

23. Leg – Pierna

  • The cat bit her left leg very hard
  • The doll’s leg just broke in two
  • Dylan is in some difficult legal problems now
  • This is a legal issue so I won’t give an opinion

25. Legend – Leyenda

  • Whitney Houston is a musical legend
  • There is a fantastic legend surrounding this town

26. Length – Longitud

  • I need to know the length of the wall to buy the wall paper
  • That dress has a very weird length

27. Less – Menos

  • There has to be a less complicated way to learn how to drive
  • Nobody is less than other; we’re all equal

28. Lesson – Lección

  • Today’s lesson was about adjectives
  • She taught him a lesson by leaving him

29. Letter – Carta

  • Karla wrote me a letter from Germany
  • We need to send a letter to the county to start our construction

30. Lettuce – Lechuga

  • Rachel hates eating lettuce in her burgers
  • Lettuce has to be very fresh to taste good

31. Level – Nivel / Nivelar

  • We have to level the dinner room floor
  • At what level are you in your studies?

32. Liar – Mentiroso (a)

  • Chris is such a liar!
  • Don’t be a liar; I was at work yesterday morning

33. Library – Biblioteca

  • Sam and I went to the university library last Sunday
  • Adam works at a library since last year

34. Life – Vida

  • My whole life I’ve wanted to travel to Egypt
  • That man deserves a life sentence

35. Light – Luz / Ligero

  • This bike is very light weighted
  • There is so much light in this room

36. Limit – Límite

  • What’s the speed limit?
  • You have to limit the puppy’s space the first weeks

37. Lion – León

  • The kids were impressed with the lion in the zoo
  • Lions are such an amazing animal

38. Lip – Labio

  • Sondra just got lip fillers
  • I bought a new lip product that helps keeping them smooth

39. Liquid – Líquido

  • The paint was so liquid that we couldn’t use it
  • What is that liquid you’re drinking?

40. Listen – Escuchar

  • You need to listen to good music
  • Did you listen to what I said?

41. Literature – Literatura

  • English literature is very interesting to read
  • Karina failed in her literature exam

42. Little – Pequeño

  • That puppy is very little
  • I was a little worried for him when he didn’t call

43. Live – En vivo

  • We saw a live concert on our honeymoon and it was great
  • She was singing live at the party

44. Local – Local

  • He got the art work from a local artist
  • I like buying fruits and veggies at my local farmer’s market

45. Logic – Lógica (o)

  • There is no logic in what you’re saying
  • We need to apply logic to solve this problem

46. Long – Largo

  • We drove through a very long road before getting to the beach
  • He was making long distance calls without me knowing

47. Lonely – Solitario

  • Jonah was feeling very lonely after Martha and the kids left
  • It gets lonely when the kids are in school

48. Look – Mira / Mirar

  • Look at that big dog!
  • I have to look for a new office next week

49. Lost – Perdido

  • We found a lost dog in our front yard
  • Ivan got lost driving to the conference

50. Lying – Mintiendo

  • You’re lying! I never said that
  • If I said I’m completely satisfied; I’ll be lying

Con la ayuda de estas 50 palabras en inglés con L podrás aumentar tu vocabulario para aprender a conformar nuevas oraciones.

La mejor manera de conocer nuevas palabras es haciendo listas como estas en las que te presentamos palabras en inglés con L junto a su traducción y ejemplos de oraciones que te mostrarán cómo puedes utilizarlas de manera efectiva.

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