To be wet behind the ears in Spanish: Spanish idioms

To be wet behind the ears in Spanish is said "estar todavía en pañales"

Do you know how to say in Spanish “to be wet behind the ears

It is said…

Estar todavía en pañales

(to be still in nappies)


Jaime es demasiado joven para aceptar un trabajo como ese ¡Está todavía en pañales!  (Jaime’s too young to take on a job like this. He’s still wet behind the ears!).

¡Qué gracia! ¿Tú me vas a dar consejos a mí sobre mujeres? ¡Pero si estás todavía en pañales! (That’s a laugh, you, trying to give me advice about women when you are still wet behind the ears).

Remember to contact your tutor if you have any question about how to use “ESTAR TODAVÍA EN PAÑALES” to be wet behind the ears in Spanish.  Don’t you have a Spanish personal tutor yet?

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