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Translation of "at" - English-Spanish dictionary

at

preposition   strong /æt/ weak /ət/
A1 in a particular place or position en We met at the station. She was sitting at the table.
A1 used to show the time something happens a The meeting starts at three.
A1 towards a I threw the ball at him.
A1 the @ symbol, used in email addresses arroba
A2 used to show the cause of something, especially a feeling por We were surprised at the news.
B1 used after an adjective to show a person’s ability to do something en He’s good at making friends.
used to show the price, speed, or level of something a He was driving at 80 miles per hour.
(Definition of at from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

at

preposition /ӕt/
showing position en They are not at home She lives at 33 Forest Road.
showing direction a; hacia He looked at her She shouted at the boys.
showing time a He arrived at ten o’clock The children came at the sound of the bell.
showing a state or occupation en The countries are at war She is at work.
showing pace or speed a He drove at 120 kilometres per hour.
showing cost a Bread is on sale at $1.20 a loaf.
at sign noun
the written symbol @ used in written English, especially in email addresses and social media, to mean ‘located at’ or ‘directed at’. Arroba
at all
in any way en absoluto I don’t like it at all.
(Definition of at from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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