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Spanish-English translation for: allí
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Dictionary Spanish English: allí

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Spanish English
allí {adv}
16
there
allí {adv}over there
Casi estamos allí.We're almost there.
Casi estamos allí.We're nearly there.
seguir estando allíto be there still
Fuí allí al momento.I went there at once.
Probablemente no estaré allí.I probably will not be there.
loc. estar allí la madre de corderoto be the source of the problem
 
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