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Catalan translation of “to”

to

preposition
 
strong /tuː/ weak /, /
A1 in the direction of something
a, cap a, fins a
I ran to the door.
A2 used to show who gets something
a
Could you give these keys to Pete?
from… to… A2 used to give information about periods of time and distances
de… a…
The museum is open from Monday to Saturday. The bus goes from London to Cambridge.
A1 used to say ‘before’ the hour when you are saying what time it is
menys
It’s five to three.
B1 used to say who is treated in a particular way or who or what is affected by something
amb, envers
She was very kind to us.
(Definition of to preposition from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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