a bit of a in Spanish

medio, un trozo de, un pedazo de

Example Sentences

I have a bit of a cold.
Me agarré un resfrío.
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I have a bit of a problem.
Tengo un pequeño problema.
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I've developed a bit of a gut lately, so I've decided that, starting tomorrow, I'm going to go to the gym.
Últimamente he echado un poco de barriga, así que he decidido que, empezando desde mañana, voy a ir al gimnasio.
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But his mother, a bit of a worry wart, had the idea that Caesar couldn't tie the laces of his sandals without a legion of helpers at his side!
¡Pero su madre, una mujer un tanto aprensiva, pensaba que César no podía atarse los cordones de sus sandalias sin una legión de ayudantes a su lado!
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The lab tech says to her, “I’m sorry, ma’am, but there has been a bit of a mix up and we have a problem.”
El técnico de laboratorio le dice, “Lo siento señora, pero ha habido una pequeña confusión tenemos un problema.”
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“Oh, Basil is the best of fellows, but he seems to me to be just a bit of a Philistine. Since I have known you, Harry, I have discovered that.”
-No, no; Basil es la mejor de las personas, pero un tanto prosaico. Lo he descubierto a raíz de conocerte, Harry.
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They say he’s smart, but to me he always seems / comes across as a bit of a clown.
Dicen que es inteligente, pero a mí siempre me parece un poco payaso.
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And he's a bit of a smartass.
Y él es un poco listillo.
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My father's a bit of a lost soul, detective.
Mi padre es un alma perdida, detective.
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Just a bit of a bad toothache.
Sólo un poco de dolor de muelas.
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