A-cup-of-tea-?

A cup of tea ?

English people like to drink tea (té), and sometimes, in the…

Are you a juggler?

Probably. A juggler (malabarista) works in a circus (circo).…
three o more options

Do you have three alternatives?

No is the simple answer. “Alternative” comes from Latin and…

To call a spade a spade

The word “spade (pala) you may know. But how do you “call…
are-you-a-layman

Are you a layman?

Are you a layman? Probably. “Layman” has two meanings.…

Do you make blunders?

I hope not. Some people make or commit blunders. Politicians…
Do you cut the mustard?

Do you cut the mustard?

Who knows (quien sabe)? “Mustard” you may know as “mostaza”.…

Do you sometimes grouse?

Perhaps. “Grouse” is a noun with two meanings and a verb. First,…
sheep

Sheep

“Sheep” (oveja) you may well know. It is single and plural.…
Nuts

Nuts

NUTS “Nut” has two meanings: tuerca, nuez. You may know…