Palabras en Inglés con P

Aprender nuevas palabras puede parecer algo difícil cuando recién estamos comenzando a estudiar un nuevo idioma, sin embargo es una de las mejores maneras en las que podemos lograr mayor fluidez y comprensión oral y escrita. Para ayudarte a seguir aumentando tu vocabulario te mostramos en este artículo algunas palabras en inglés con P.

  1. Palabras en Inglés con P
    1. 1. Pace – Paso / ir y venir
    2. 2. Pacific – Pacífico / a
    3. 3. Pack – Empacar
    4. 4. Package – Paquete
    5. 5. Pact – Pacto
    6. 6. Padlock – Candado
    7. 7. Pagan – Pagano / a
    8. 8. Pain – Dolor
    9. 9. Paint – Pintura / Pintar
    10. 10. Pair – Par
    11. 11. Palace – Palacio
    12. 12. Pale – Pálido / a
    13. 13. Palm – Palma
    14. 14. Pamper – Consentido / a
    15. 15. Pan – Sartén / Cazuela
    16. 16. Panic – Pánico
    17. 17. Pants – Pantalones
    18. 18. Paper – Papel / Documento
    19. 19. Paperwork – Papeleo
    20. 20. Parent – Padre
    21. 21. Park – Parque
    22. 22. Parking – Estacionamiento
    23. 23. Parsley – Perejil
    24. 24. Part – Parte
    25. 25. Partially – Parcialmente
    26. 26. Particularly – Particularmente
    27. 27. Partner – Pareja / Compañero
    28. 28. Party – Fiesta
    29. 29. Passenger – Pasajero
    30. 30. Patience – Paciencia
    31. 31. Pay – Pagar
    32. 32. Peace – Paz
    33. 33. Peach – Durazno / Melocotón
    34. 34. Peanut – Maní
    35. 35. Pear – Pera
    36. 36. People – Gente
    37. 37. Permanent – Permanente
    38. 38. Personal – Personal
    39. 39. Pet – Mascota
    40. 40. Pharmacy – Farmacia
    41. 41. Phobia – Fobia
    42. 42. Phone – Teléfono
    43. 43. Piece – Pieza
    44. 44. Pile – Pila
    45. 45. Pity – Lástima
    46. 46. Place – Lugar
    47. 47. Play – Jugar
    48. 48. Policy – Política
    49. 49. Pond – Lago
    50. 50. Pool – Piscina
    51. 51. Poor – Pobre
    52. 52. Popular – Popular
    53. 53. Positive – Positivo
    54. 54. Power – Poder
    55. 55. Pregnant – Embarazada
    56. 56. Price – Precio
    57. 57. Prior – Anterior
    58. 58. Probability – Probabilidad
    59. 59. Promise – Promesa
    60. 60. Proud – Orgulloso / a

Palabras en Inglés con P

Siempre que queramos aprender un nuevo idioma, debemos ir formando nuestro vocabulario. Esto junto al conocimiento de la gramática y la fonética nos permitirá alcanzar un mejor nivel. Para eso hemos preparado esta lista de 60 palabras en inglés con P en las que incluimos su traducción al español así como ejemplos de cómo pueden ser usadas en la construcción de una oración.

1. Pace – Paso / ir y venir

  • Danny started to slow his pace when he saw her
  • I was so nervous that I started to pace all around the room

2. Pacific – Pacífico / a

  • Sherry is the most pacific person I´ve ever known
  • The sound of the ocean gave me such a pacific sensation

3. Pack – Empacar

  • Simon was so excited that he started to pack for the trip a week earlier
  • I have to move next week and haven´t even started to pack

4. Package – Paquete

  • A very strange package arrived today at the office
  • He was carrying a package in one hand a his phone in the other

5. Pact – Pacto

  • When we got married we made a pact of fidelity
  • This kids had some sort of pact of silence

6. Padlock – Candado

  • Mr. Stuart has a padlock on the fence of his property
  • She had to use a padlock to close the gate because it was broken

7. Pagan – Pagano / a

  • Pagan religions have being around for centuries
  • Diana has some very strange pagan believes I really don´t understand

8. Pain – Dolor

  • German had such a horrible pain we had to call an ambulance
  • The pain of her death is just unbearable

9. Paint – Pintura / Pintar

  • He had to paint the entire house before the baby was born
  • She now paints murals all over the city

10. Pair – Par

  • You two make such a lovely pair
  • Hector bought the most beautiful pair of gold earrings for me

11. Palace – Palacio

  • Their house looks just like a palace over that hill
  • We visited the Kensington Palace on our trip to London

12. Pale – Pálido / a

  • Sonya looked so pale when she came home
  • The room was a very pretty pale blue

13. Palm – Palma

  • Flynn insisted in planting a palm tree at the entrance of the new house
  • Olivia took me to a meet a woman that can read your palm and tell your future

14. Pamper – Consentido / a

  • I felt so pamper when I went to the spa the first time
  • Now that is a pamper dog; he has its own bed

15. Pan – Sartén / Cazuela

  • I like cooking my veggies like my grandma did, in a pan
  • Gina is so distracted that she burned the frying pan yesterday

16. Panic – Pánico

  • She was having a real panic attack when she called us
  • Don´t panic, college is not that bad. You´ll have a great time

17. Pants – Pantalones

  • Joshua is a very funny kid. He refuses to wear pants, only wants to wear pajamas to school
  • Karla was wearing a very fashionable pair of red pants

18. Paper – Papel / Documento

  • I can´t go out tonight. I have to deliver a paper tomorrow at work and haven´t finished yet
  • He gave her the ring in a paper bag. That was very strange

19. Paperwork – Papeleo

  • We just have to finish the paperwork to move into the new house
  • He wanted to buy a car but thought the credit paperwork was too much

20. Parent – Padre

  • Sam is a very good parent to his three kids
  • She told me she wasn´t ready to be a parent so soon

21. Park – Parque

  • There is a fantastic dog park near home
  • We took the kids to an amusement park the other day and it was awesome

22. Parking – Estacionamiento

  • I was so distracted that day that I lost my car in the parking lot
  • There is only one parking space in this apartment complex that we can use

23. Parsley – Perejil

  • I have no idea what is the parsley used for
  • My sister loves the flavor parsley adds to her salads

24. Part – Parte

  • A part of me really wants to move and the other wants to stay in this city
  • The recipe is one part sugar per two part water

25. Partially – Parcialmente

  • I´m partially inclined to believe his version of the story
  • She was partially hanging out of the window when we arrived

26. Particularly – Particularmente

  • I´m not particularly kin on letting him alone at home just yet
  • He hates wearing boots; particularly at this time of the year

27. Partner – Pareja / Compañero

  • Cindy´s partner looks like a good guy
  • Then the cop´s partner pointed a gun to the man at the door

28. Party – Fiesta

  • They were having the time of their life on that birthday party
  • Lina is definitely not a party girl; more like a book worm

29. Passenger – Pasajero

  • Nathan was a passenger in that train
  • John was driving the car and I was in the passenger sit next to him

30. Patience – Paciencia

  • You need a lot of patience to be able to work with small children
  • Rita was desperate. Patience is not her strength.

31. Pay – Pagar

  • He had to pay all of his credit cards to be able to buy the new TV
  • Linda was very mad when she found out she´ll have to pay child support to Bill

32. Peace – Paz

  • I just need a space for me to be able to have some peace at this house
  • World peace is a dream we all should have

33. Peach – Durazno / Melocotón

  • I love making peach pie for the kids
  • She brought me a peach scented perfume from her trip to Italy

34. Peanut – Maní

  • My son only wants to eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches nowadays
  • Ali is allergic to peanut

35. Pear – Pera

  • He never liked pear flavored anything
  • We tried caramelized pears in Mexico

36. People – Gente

  • People are going crazy this days
  • There was a lot of people at Susan´s party

37. Permanent – Permanente

  • The damage to his nerves was permanent
  • I´m worried about Abby. She´s has a permanent state of depression

38. Personal – Personal

  • Choosing your baby´s name is such a personal decision
  • Her trip to India was a very personal journey

39. Pet – Mascota

  • Brian now wants another pet; this time is a goldfish
  • They have so many pets I don´t know the feed them all

40. Pharmacy – Farmacia

  • She called to the pharmacy to see if the medicine is available to be picked up
  • I entered the pharmacy and there he was

41. Phobia – Fobia

  • Dean has a terrifying phobia of birds
  • She has a paralyzing phobia to high places

42. Phone – Teléfono

  • I left home so late I forgot my phone
  • The mobile phone is the best invention of the twentieth century

43. Piece – Pieza

  • Sean broke his toy car and a piece of it ended up in my eye
  • That pie looks delicious! Can I have a piece?

44. Pile – Pila

  • There is a pile of leaves in the middle of my backyard
  • She had a pile of dirty laundry in her bed

45. Pity – Lástima

  • He felt pity for the man so he bought him a burger
  • I pity you for having to deal with this stressful situation alone

46. Place – Lugar

  • That house was not a good place to raise a child
  • This place is so beautiful

47. Play – Jugar

  • Stan took the kids to play with their cousins today
  • She went off to play tennis for the National League

48. Policy – Política

  • There is a zero tolerance policy against bullies in this school
  • You can´t eat here. Is the company´s policy

49. Pond – Lago

  • The property comes with a gorgeous pond included
  • There were ducks swimming in the pond

50. Pool – Piscina

  • I would love to have a pool in my backyard
  • Ashley has a piano shaped pool in her house in Malibu

51. Poor – Pobre

  • This is a very poor painting job
  • They were a very poor family growing up

52. Popular – Popular

  • Vicky was one of the popular girls in high school
  • I do have some not so popular opinions about politics

53. Positive – Positivo

  • On a more positive note, Kelly is getting married this spring
  • She showed him the positive test on a photo. That´s how he found out about the pregnancy

54. Power – Poder

  • Liam is the only one with the power to lay you off
  • According to her, the guy has the power to talk to the dead

55. Pregnant – Embarazada

  • I didn´t know I was pregnant until my second trimester
  • Bella told me he was pregnant over the phone

56. Price – Precio

  • When I knew the price of those shoes I knew I couldn´t buy them
  • There is price to pay for every mistake we make

57. Prior – Anterior

  • Prior to meet Alice he was married to my sister
  • She went to college but prior to that she completed a real estate course

58. Probability – Probabilidad

  • What is the probability of him graduating on time?
  • There is a big probability she will be home next year

59. Promise – Promesa

  • He made me promise to call when I get home
  • Do you promise to let me know if she is OK?

60. Proud – Orgulloso / a

  • I´m so proud of you
  • Paul looked like such a proud father on Lea’s recital

En esta lista de 60 palabras en inglés con P puedes encontrar algunas de las más usadas en conversaciones y escritos. La idea de esta lista es que puedas ir armando un vocabulario mucho más extenso que te ayude a elevar tu nivel en este nuevo idioma.

Estudiando y aprendiendo a usar estas palabras en inglés con P tendrás mayores conocimientos y posibilidades de estructurar oraciones más complejas y comprensibles en inglés.

Jennifer Herrera

Profesora de Inglés licenciada por la Universidad Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador. Tengo Experiencia en Educación del Idioma Inglés para niños y adultos y he escrito más de 500 lecciones para Inglesfull

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