“Más… que…” Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

Exaggerated Comparisons in Spanish: Sayings and Illustrations

My favorite types of Spanish sayings are the comparisons. Many comparison sayings, especially the ones that exaggerate, are hilarious. I am talking about the sayings that are constructed with Más (adjective) que (exaggerated reference). For example, más apretado que moño de vieja or “tighter than an old lady’s hair bun.” The creativity to come out with these Spanish sayings around the Spanish-speaking world is endless. There are hundreds of expressions…

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