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In this blog post, you will learn how to say disgusting in Spanish, how to say Yellow Pages in Spanish, how to say plumber in Spanish, how to say plunger in Spanish, how to say toilet in Spanish, how to say sewer in Spanish, and how to say My Kitchen Sink is Clogged in Spanish.

 

How To Say Disgusting in Spanish

I had a very “asqueroso” (disgusting) experience here in my “cocina” (kitchen) yesterday. My kitchen sink was clogged and I tried to unclog it using Colombia’s version of Drano. Something called “Diablo Rojo.” Literally, “Red Devil.”

 

How To Say Plunger In Spanish

how to say plunger in spanish

When the “Diablo Rojo” did not work, I suddenly got this bright idea to use a “desatascador” (plunger), “destapador” (plunger), or “émbolo” (plunger) in the kitchen sink. And, yes, it was a new “desatascador” (plunger), “destapador” (plunger), or “émbolo” (plunger) that I had never used in an “inodoro” (toilet bowl). (By the way, the informal word for plunger in Colombia is “chupa.” “Chupa” is also one of several Spanish words which can mean lollipop.) My idea to use a “chupa” on the kitchen sink apparently was not such a bright idea. It caused a few “litros” (liters) of a thick, greyish, foul smelling liquid to gush out of the “alcantarilla” (sewer drain) in the “cuarto de ropa” (laundry room) and then into my “cocina” (kitchen). The only Spanish words that I can think of to describe the smell of the thick greyish liquid — that came from the “alcantarilla” (sewer drain) — are “asqueroso” (disgusting) and “podrido” (rotten).

 

How To Say Sewer In Spanish

how to say sewer in spanish

Although in Colombia the word “alcantarilla” (sewer drain) is often used, you may hear some Spanish-speakers use the word “desagüe” to refer to a drain – such as the type of drain that is built into the floor. These drains are not too common in the States, but they’re very common in Latin America. My home in Colombia has an “alcantarilla” or “desagüe” in the floor of every “baño” (bathroom) and the “cuarto de ropa” (laundry room). Here’s an example using the word “desagüe“:

  • El desagüe está tapado con hojas de árboles. (The drain is clogged with tree leaves.)

 

How To Say Plumber In Spanish

how to say plumber in spanish

So I was left with no other choice but to call a “plomero.” Fortunately, I have the “directorio” (directory) or “Páginas Amarillas” (Yellow Pages).

How To Say Yellow Pages in Spanish

how to say yellow pages in spanish

I am always so surprised that in Colombia people still actually use the “Páginas Amarillas.” I cannot remember the last time I saw a Yellow Pages directory in the States. In the States, I would have just used Google to find a local “plomero” (plumber).

 

How To Say My Kitchen Sink is Clogged In Spanish

After locating a “plomero” in the “Páginas Amarillas,” I called and said in Spanish that “the kitchen sink is clogged.” The phrase “the kitchen sink is clogged” can change from one Spanish-speaking country to another. For starters, the word “kitchen sink” can also change from one country to another. In Colombia and Mexico, the word “lavaplatos” is normally used in order to say kitchen sink. “Lavaplatos” literally means “plate washer.” Notice that “lavaplatos” can be singular or plural: “el lavaplatos” or “los lavaplatos.” ! In Nueva York (New York), I used to hear my Dominican friend use the word “fregadero” for kitchen sink. And from visiting some online forums for learning-Spanish I have learned that in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay they use the word “pileta” for kitchen sink.

 

By the way, the Spanish words for bathroom sink are “lavabo” and “lavamanos.” The word that I hear used mainly in Colombia for bathroom sink is “lavamanos” – which literally means “hand washer.” So how do you say “the kitchen sink is clogged?” Since in Colombia, they say “el lavaplatos está taqueado” I told the “plomero” (plumber) “el lavaplatos está taqueado.” But be aware that in other Spanish-speaking countries that’s not how you say “the kitchen sink is clogged.” In Colombia and some other Spanish speaking countries, you can also say “el lavaplatos está atascado.” But in Colombia, the phrase “está atascado” isn’t as commonly used as “está taqueado.”

 

From visiting online forums for learning-Spanish, I learned that in Mexico you can say “el lavaplatos está tapado.” And in some parts of Spain they say “”está embozado” (it is clogged). And I remember hearing my Dominican friend in Nueva York once say “el fregadero está tapado.” You may also find it interesting to know that in Colombia the phrase that I hear used for “laundry room” is “cuarto de ropa.” But In some other Spanish speaking countries, the word for laundry room is “lavadero.” Although I have heard the word “lavadero” used in Colombia, in Colombia “lavadero” usually refers to the sink in the laundry room as opposed to the actual laundry room. In Medellin, you will also hear the word “poceta” when referring to the sink in the laundry room.

***But be careful with the word “poceta.” Outside of Colombia, the word “poceta” is not commonly used for “laundry room sink.” In Venezuela, for example, “poceta” is the word for “toilet bowl.” You wouldn’t want anyone to misunderstand your Spanish and think that you were washing your clothes in the toilet bowl 🙂

 

How To Say Toilet In Spanish

how to say toilet in spanish

By the way, one of the most commonly used Spanish words for toilet bowl is “inodoro.” But you may also hear the word “retrete” and “taza” used for toilet bowl. Here’s a sentence with “inodoro.”

  • El inodoro está diseñado para evitar los malos olores del excremento y la orina. (The toilet bowl is designed to avoid bad odors from feces and urine.)

Back to the “asqueroso” (disgusting) incident . . . The “plomero” informed me that the problem was not just in my “lavaplatos” but in the actual “tubería” (piping) and that he would have to use the plumbing tool that English speakers call a “snake” – the long flexible wire for unblocking drains. Although the “plomero” said the name of the tool, I don’t recall the name he used with all of the excitement of the thick, greyish, foul smelling liquid gushing out of the “alcantarilla” (sewer drain) and into the my “cuarto de ropa” (laundry room) and then into my “cocina” (kitchen). I did, however, go online and search some of the learning-Spanish forums for the word. That’s where I found out that some Spanish-speakers call a “snake” (the plumber’s tool) a “desatascador de la pipa.” But I am almost certain that the Colombian “plomero” did not use the phrase “desatascador de la pipa” for snake. After he cleaned the pipes and unclogged my “lavaplatos” he gave me a bill for 40.000 Colombian pesos. About $20 U.S.