Spanish translation of 'to-do'
nounWord forms: plural to-dos
(= fuss) lío m ⧫ follón m (Spain) (inf)
there was a great to-do hubo un tremendo lío
what’s all the to-do about? ¿a qué tanto jaleo?
she made a great to-do armó un lío imponente (inf)
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That leaves energy on the president's to-do list.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Action planet Mars in your work zone helps you get through a long to-do list.The Sun (2016)
And which items can you move from your daily to-do list to a to-do list for a week from today?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Anything else on your to-do list?The Sun (2011)
But I will put it on my to-do list.The Sun (2012)
Is your daily to-do list as long as your arm?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Make him a to-do list of household chores and outside interests.The Sun (2013)
Security becomes one more task in the overflowing to-do list.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Sounds like another thing to add to your to-do list?The Sun (2016)
It had been a right to-do from the outset.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It turned out my husband's and my to-do lists were not so different after all.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This is a crisis wrapped in an emergency and most likely concealed inside a right to-do.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Often a planned schedule and to-do list are thrown out the window by lunch time.Christianity Today (2000)
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'to-do' in Other Languages
British English: to-do NOUN
When there is a to-do, people are very excited, confused, or angry about something.
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