100 Most Common Spanish Adjectives - My Daily Spanish

100 Most Common Spanish Adjectives

common spanish adjectives

Looking for the most commonly used adjectives in Spanish? You’ve come to the right place!

Here is your list of 100 Spanish adjectives that you can practice everyday.

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Abierto(a)Open
Aburrido(a)Boring
Afortunado(a)Lucky
AgradablePleasant
Alto(a)High, tall
Alto(a)Tall
AmableFriendly
Amargo(a)Bitter
AmigableFriendly
Ancho(a)Wide
ApretadoTight
Bajo(a)Low
Barato(a)Cheap
Blando(a)Soft
Bonito(a)Nice , pretty
Bueno(a)Good
CalienteHot
Caro(a)Expensive
CercaNear
Cerrado(a)Closed , shut
Correcto(a)Right , correct
Corto(a)Short
Delgado(a)Thin, slim, lean
DébilWeak
Desafortunado(a)Unlucky
DesagradableUnpleasant
DifícilDifficult, hard
Divertido(a)Fun
DulceSweet
Duro(a)Hard
Educado(a)Polite
Emocionado(a)Excited
Enojado(a)Angry
Equivocado(a)Wrong
Estrecho(a)Narrow
Estúpido(a)Stupid
ExcelenteExcellent
FácilEasy
Falso(a)FALSE
FelizHappy
Feo(a)Ugly
Fino(a)Thin
Frio(a)Cold
FuerteStrong
Generoso(a)Generous
Gordo(a)Fat
GrandeBig
Grueso(a)Thick
Hermoso(a)Beautiful
Holgado(a)Loose , baggy
ImportanteImportant
InteligenteIntelligent
InteresanteInteresting
InútilUseless
JovenYoung
Largo(a)Long
LejosFar
Lento(a)Slow
Ligero(a)Light
Limpio(a)Clean
Lleno(a)Full
Loco(a)Crazy
Luminoso(a)Bright
Mal educado(a)Rude
Malo(a)Bad
Mojado(a)Wet
Muchos(as)Many
Muerto(a)Dead
Nuevo(a)New
Oscuro(a)Dark
Peligroso(a)Dangerous
Pequeño(a)Small
Pesado(a)Heavy
Petizo(a)Short
PobrePoor
Pocos(as)Few
Preocupado(a)Worried
Profundo(a)Deep
Rápido(a)Fast
Relajado(a)Relaxed
Rico(a)Rich
Ruidoso(a)Loud
Seco(a)Dry
Seguro(a)Safe
Sin importanciaUnimportant
Sucio(a)Dirty
SuperficialShallow
Tacaño(a)Stingy
TardeLate
TempranoEarly
TerribleTerrible
Tímido(a)Shy
Tranquilo(a)Quiet
TristeSad
ÚtilUseful
Vacío(a)Empty
Verdadero(a)TRUE
Viejo(a)Old
Viejo(a)Old
Vivo(a)Alive

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Anastasia is a Chicago, Illinois native. She began studying Spanish over 10 years ago, and hasn’t stopped since. Living in Spain since 2012, she loves Spanish tortilla, vino tinto, and anything that contains jamón ibérico.

  • Violin says:

    Very helpful. Can I get more. thank you.

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