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a {prep}
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at
en {prep}at
Nouns
quím. astato {m} <At>astatine <At>
2 Words: Others
en absoluto {adv}at all
para nada {adv}at all [following a negative comparison]
en casaat home
prófugo {adj}at large [escaped]
mínimo {adv}at least
al menos {adv}at least
al mediodía {adv}at midday
en la noche {adv}at night
por la noche {adv}at night
enseguida {adv}at once
actualmente {adv}at present
al azar {adv}at random
ocasionalmente {adv}at times
oportunamente {adv}at times
a veces {adv}at times
2 Words: Verbs
arribar a algoto arrive at sth.
ver a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
mirar a-algn/algoto look at sb./sth.
Unverified señalar a-algn/algo [con un dedo]to point at sb./sth.
gritar (a-algn/algo)to scream (at sb./sth.)
jurar (a algn)to swear (at sb.) [curse]
2 Words: Nouns
internet TIC arroba {f} <@>at sign <@>
3 Words: Others
a toda costa {adv} [locución]at all costs [idiom]
loc. al primer golpe de vista {adv}at first glance
loc. a primera vista {adv}at first sight
Unverified a toda pastilla {adv} [col.]at full pelt
loc. a toda máquina {adv}at full tilt
a sus anchas {adv}at one's leisure
a temperatura ambiente {adv}at room temperature
en aquel momento {adv}at that time
en este momento {adv}at the moment
a todo correr {adv}at top speed
3 Words: Verbs
Unverified asombrarse de algo [extrañarse]to be astonished at sth.
estar en juego [fig.]to be at stake [fig.]
4 Words: Others
armas a quemarropa {adv}at point-blank range
a las seis en punto {adv}at six o'clock sharp
a la orilla de {prep}at the bank of
a merced de {prep}at the mercy of
a la vez {adv}at the same time [simultaneously]
4 Words: Verbs
sorprenderse de algoto be surprised at / about sth.
burlarse de algn/algoto cock a snook at sb./sth. [idiom] [Br.]
lucirse en algo [destacarse]to excel oneself in / at sth.
Unverified pelearse a gritosto shout at each other [argumentatively]
5+ Words: Others
a altas horas de la noche {adv}at all hours (of the night)
El día amaneció lloviendo.At daybreak it was raining.
loc. en el quinto coño [vulg.]at the back of beyond [vulg.]
a principios de agostoat the beginning / start of August
en seguida {adv}at the drop of a hat [fig.]
a fines de junio {adv}at the end of June
a fin de cuentas {adv} [fig.]at the end of the day [fig.] [when all is said and done]
al final de la calle {adv}at the end of the street
a la par de {prep}at the same level as
Unverified a grito pelado {adv} [fig.]at the top of one's lungs [fig.] [very loudly]
proverb. Unverified Camarón que se duerme se lo lleva la corrienteDon't fall asleep at the wheel
Fuí allí al momento.I went there at once.
en menos (de lo) que canta un gallo {adv} [col.] [locución]in no time at all [coll.] [idiom]
Esta mañana llegaron unos alemanes a Bogotá.This morning, some Germans arrived at Bogotá.
trá. Gire / doble a la derecha en el semáforo.Turn right at the traffic-lights.
Preferimos quedarnos en casa.We prefer to stay (at) home.
Fuimos a despedirle a la estación.We went to see him off at the station.
5+ Words: Verbs
loc. andar a palosto be at each other's throats
Unverified no dársele nada bien mentirto be no good at all at lying
echar un vistazo a algoto have a (quick) look at sth.
mirar a-algn/algo de reojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
Unverified mirar a-algn/algo con el rabillo del ojoto look at sb./sth. out of the corner of one's eye
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