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anteayer {adv}the day before yesterday
la víspera {adv}the day before
pasado mañana {adv}the day after tomorrow
el día siguiente {adv}the day after
antes de ayer {adv}the day before yesterday
día {m} de la semanaday of the week
¿Podemos acordar una fecha para la próxima reunión?Can we agree on a date for the next meeting?
Unverified acabar las clasesto get out of school ( for the day)
Este es el día más extraordinario de mi vida.This is the most extraordinary day of my life.
a fin de cuentas {adv} [fig.]at the end of the day [fig.] [when all is said and done]
Era un día tan cálido que decidimos ir al mar.It was such a warm day that we decided to go to the beach.
próximo {adj}next
siguiente {adj}next
junto a {prep}next to
al lado de {prep}next to
la semana próxima {adv}next week
la semana que viene {adv}next week
día {m}day
Unverified arrimar algo a algoto put sth. next to sth.
asueto {m}day off
Unverified calducho {m} [sur.]day off
prof. jornalero {m}day laborer [Am.]
prof. jornalero {m}day labourer [Br.]
cada día {adv}every day
dia {m} laborableworking day
día {m} libreday off
todos los días {adv}every day
jornada {f} (de trabajo)working day
día tras día {adv}day after day
hora {f} del díatime of day
día {m} de Acción de GraciasThanksgiving Day
a partir de hoy {adv}from this day on
cuatro veces al día {adv}four times a day
día {m} de Año NuevoNew Year's Day
día {m} de los enamoradosSt Valentine's Day
(Ella) estaba aquí cada día.She was here every day.
(Ella) estuvo aquí todo el día.She was here all day.
No tengo todo el día.I don't have all day.
el {m}the
la {f}the
Unverified continuista {adj}maintaining the status quo
entretanto {adv}in the meantime
Igualmente.The same to you.
espac. alunizarto land on the moon
moverseto be on the move
anat. corva {f}back of the knee
corva {f}hollow of the knee
anat. empeine {m}bridge (of the foot)
geogr. Euskadi {f}the Basque Country
jarrete {m}hollow of the knee
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