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"I'm having a bad day" en español? I'm not looking for the literal translation, but phrases that capture the same meaning. For example, to say "I'm not in a good mood" I think of the phrase "Estoy de mal humor" Is there an equivalent for having a bad day?
Nov 24, 2017 5:51 AM
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He tenido un día de perros, we say in Spain.
November 24, 2017
Maybe you can say ''no tengo ganas de hacer tal cosa'' or maybe ''no estoy de humor para esto''. If you are having a bad day in Mexico we say ''me está llevando la fregada'' and the most properly way to say it is ''He tenido un día pesado''. I hope this can be of help for you!
November 24, 2017
I heard this sentence somewhere as well: Me lo estoy pasando un mal día.
November 24, 2017
"Estoy tieniendo un mal día" o... si tienes mucha confianza con la persona y quieres usar un lenguaje vulgar o de calle, puedes decir: "estoy teniendo un día de mierda" o "vaya mierda de día tengo hoy"
November 26, 2017
Thanks!
November 26, 2017
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