Pesado- it usually means that something is heavy. It can also be used to refer to an irritating person.
Me toca las narices - like saying "you are a pain in the neck"
Morcilla- spanish sausage
chuletillas - little lamb chops
pimiento del piquillo- a pepper from navarra
zapatilla- huge toasted ham sandwich http://www.bootsnall.com/articles/10-09/eat-your-way-around-madrid.html
carbón- coal, kids that are bad kit carbón from Los Reyes Magos for Christmas. Santa Claus (Papa Noel) is not as famous as Los Reyes Magos, the three wise men or the three kings who carried gifts to baby Jesus.
Sandy- a lemon beer without alcohol
Halloween- It was a Celtic tradition that was introduced to America and transformed into the modern day Halloween.
enseñar- it usually means - to teach. It is also used here when someone says that they will show an apartment. They do not say << voy a mostrar (to show) la habitación >> They say <
puente- it means <
> but they use when they have a long break like the long Halloween break. One of my students said that he was going to sleep during the bridge...
chamizo- In La Rioja, a chamizo is a room where teenagers go to hang out on the weekends. They pay for it monthly, and it includes all kinds of activities.
Don't put all your eggs in one basket- No pongas todos los huevos en una cesta
People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones- No tires piedras a tu propio tejado.
Well, this does not include the stuff that I have written down.