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Translation of "alternate" - English-Spanish dictionary

alternate

adjective   /ɔːlˈtɜː·nət/
one out of every two days, weeks, years, etc. alterno I work alternate Saturdays.
US available as a different possibility alternativo an alternate plan
alternately adverb /ɔːlˈtɜː·nət·li/
alternandose
verb   /ˈɔːltə·neɪt/ ( present participle alternating, past tense and past participle alternated)
If two things alternate, one thing happens, then the other thing happens, then the first thing happens again. alternar(se) You should alternate layers of fruit and yogurt in a tall glass. She easily alternates between Spanish and English.
(Definition of alternate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

alternate

verb /ˈoːltəneit/
to use, do etc by turns, repeatedly, one after the other alternar Her mood alternates between highs and lows He tried to alternate red and yellow tulips along the path as he planted them.
alternately /-ˈtəːnət-/ adverb
alternativamente, ahora … ahora… She felt alternately hot and cold.
alternating /ˈoːltəˌneitiŋ/ adjective
Alternando alternating strong and weak beats.
alternation noun
alternancia the alternation of night and day.
(Definition of alternate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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