bueno

[bwe-naw]

interjection Spanish.

good; all right.

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Examples from the Web for bueno

Historical Examples of bueno

  • Note that el mejor represents the superlative degree of bueno.

  • He was secretly thinking of Peppajee's information that Miss Georgie thought he was "bueno," and he was wondering if it were true.

    Good Indian

    B. M. Bower

  • Bueno Dios, did Madame understand what it meant to wake his Excellency?

    The Crossing

    Winston Churchill

  • Rising up, she looked kindly at Chane, exclaiming, “Bueno Catolico!”

    The Rifle Rangers

    Captain Mayne Reid

  • En el piso principal de la casa, cuyo portal ocupaba el pobre zapatero, viva un marqus muy rico, bueno y caritativo.

    A First Spanish Reader

    Erwin W. Roessler and Alfred Remy