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Spanish was among the 94 languages Commander Saru spoke. In 2257, during a malfunction of the universal translator aboard USS Discovery, Commander Michael Burnham's speech was translated into Spanish, which Saru was able to understand and respond in. (DIS: "An Obol for Charon")
Spanish-named starships Edit
Terms of Spanish origin Edit
- Ay, caramba - An exclamation of surprise
- Bisabuela - "Great-grandmother"
- Jefe - "Chief"
- Malparido - A form of Spanish profanity
- Negro - person of African descent
- Puta madre - A form of Spanish profanity
- Sombrero: "hat"
Examples of spoken language Edit
- El traductor universal ha sido invadido por un virus. Está traduciendo todo a un idioma diferente.
- The universal translator's been invaded by a virus. It's translating everything into a different language.
- Tengo ojos y oídos, Burnham.
- I have eyes and ears, Burnham. (DIS: "An Obol for Charon")
Spanish phrase Edit
- "Con permiso, capitan." ("With permission, captain") (TNG: "Q Who")
- "No mas." ("No more") (DIS: "An Obol for Charon")
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