Translation of ain't in Spanish:

ain't

Pronunciation /eɪnt//eɪnt/

informal, dialect

  • 1

    • In ‘The Kid,’ the poet unveils the hidden core beneath a comfortable mask, telling about how the subject talks candidly about his father ‘sometimes when we ain't talking about baseball.’
    • We ain't running from nothing. We ain't worried about nothing.
    • We ain’t tryin to be something we’re not.
    • I ain’t no Baby Boomer and will never buy products, services or opinions from people who approach me as such.
    • The defense is doing all they can out there and we ain't matching them at all.

    am not

  • 2

    is not

  • 3

    are not

  • 4

    • Hey sis, I ain't forgotten about ya. I still love you.
    • Well, he's a man who loves being on the hills and what he ain't climbed ain't worth climbing.
    • Baseball's origins ain't found till they're found.
    • Bet she ain't ridden a bike in years.
    • He ain't won a fight in years.

    has not

  • 5

    have not