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Apenas salí a la calle, se puso a llover.As soon as I went out into the street it began to rain.
Siempre saca a relucir sus éxitos.He's always going on about how successful he is. [coll.]
quím. helio {m} <He>helium <He>
Fuí allí al momento.I went there at once.
(Ella) se fue a casa rápidamente.She went home quickly.
Fuimos a despedirle a la estación.We went to see him off at the station.
después {adv}after
luego {conj}after
tras {prep}after
él {pron}he
luego de {prep} [am.]after
loc. al cabo de {prep}after
después de todo {adv}after all
pasado mañana {adv}the day after tomorrow
ocuparse de algnto look after sb.
(Él) parece cansado.He looks tired.
(Él) parece rico.He looks rich.
día tras día {adv}day after day
el día siguiente {adv}the day after
a fin de cuentas {adv}after all
sobremesa {f} [tiempo después de comer]after-dinner conversation
loc. al poco rato {adv}after a little while
una y otra vez {adv}time after time
loc. al fin y al cabo {adv}after all
Unverified después de haber hecho algoafter having done sth.
Está que muerde. [col.]He's hopping mad. [coll.]
A él le va bien.He is doing well.
Debe haberlo hecho (él).He must have done it.
¿Cómo le va (a él)?How's he doing?
ese {pron}that
eso {pron}that
esto {pron}that
Unverified que {conj} {pron}that
(Él) quiere ir a casa.He wants to go home.
(Él) tiene treinta y siete años.He's thirty-seven.
Me los he comido todos.I've eaten them all.
Me las he comido todas. {noun}I've eaten them all.
así {adv}like that
Me caigo gordo. [col.] [sur.]He / She gets up my nose. [coll.]
Unverified despues de que algn haga algo {conj} [acción futura: subj.]after sb. does sth.
Unverified despues de que algn hizo algo {conj} [acción pasada: indic.]after sb. did sth.
(Ella) apareció justo después del desayuno.She turned up right after breakfast.
No le alcanza el dinero.He / She can't afford it.
Unverified No tiene un amigo siquiera.He does not even have one friend.
Siempre creí que era inocente.I always believed he / she was innocent.
antes {adv} [de]before that
¡Qué bien!That's great!
Unverified convenir queto be advisable that
esperar que [+subj.]to hope that
exigir que [+subj.]to insist that
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