Translation of January in Spanish:


enero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒænjəˌwɛri/ /ˈdʒanjʊ(ə)ri/

See Spanish definition of enero


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    enero masculine
    (sales/day) (before noun) de enero
    January 24 24 de enero
    • on the first of January el primero de enero
    • in January en enero
    • early in January a principios / a primeros de enero
    • in early January a principios / a primeros de enero
    • in the middle of January a mediados de enero
    • at the end of January a fines / a finales de enero
    • every January cada enero
    • he left last January se fue en enero pasado
    • next January el próximo enero / el enero que viene
    • there are 31 days in January enero tiene 31 días
    • Of note is the rise in mean minimum temperatures for January, the coolest month of the year.
    • I worked in Lancashire for a few years, and in my first January there it rained every day.
    • In January, heavy seas swept a family of five off an exposed coastal road to their deaths.
    • St Hilary's feast day on 13 th January has gained the reputation of being the coldest day of the year.
    • Since 1926, only two other Januaries failed to produce a measurable snowfall - 1934, 1973, and now 2006 all share the distinction of least-snowy Januaries.