harto = most adverb

harto = full adjective

1harto

adverb

English Translation of HARTO

: most, extremely, very

Examples of HARTO

    una tarea harto difícil a very difficult task llegaron harto cansados they were very tired when they arrived lo sé harto bien I know that very well or all too well te quiero harto I love you a lot dormí harto anoche I slept a lot last night

Related to HARTO

Synonyms: sobrado
Sometimes Confused With: harto (hartar), hartó (hartar)

2harto, harta

adjective

English Translation of HARTO

Examples of HARTO

    ¡ya estamos hartos! we've had enough! ¡me tienes harto! I'm fed up with you! (familiar) estaban un poco hartos de tanta publicidad they were a bit tired of all the publicity está harto de su jefe he's fed up with or sick of his boss (familiar) está harto de no tener dinero he's tired or fed up (familiar) or sick of (familiar) not having any money estamos hartos de que lleguen siempre tarde we're tired of or fed up with (familiar) or sick of (familiar) them arriving late ocurre con harta frecuencia it happens very often or very frequently tienen hartas razones para sentirse ofendidos they have plenty of reasons to feel offended usaste harta harina you used plenty of or a lot of flour hartos chilenos plenty of or a lot of Chileans

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