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Translation of "busy" - English-Spanish dictionary

busy

adjective   /ˈbɪz·i/ ( comparative busier, superlative busiest)
A2 working hard, or giving your attention to a particular activity ocupado, atareado Mum was busy in the kitchen. I’ve got plenty of jobs to keep you busy.
A2 full of activity or people concurrido, con mucho tráfico a busy restaurant
A2 In a busy period, you have a lot of things to do. ajetreado I’ve had a busy day.
(Definition of busy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

busy

adjective /ˈbizi/ ( comparative busier, superlative busiest)
having a lot (of work etc) to do ocupado Looking after two small children keeps me very busy.
full of traffic, people, activity etc concurrido The roads are busy Christmas is a busy time of year for many businesses.
(especially American) (of a telephone line) engaged ocupado All the lines to New York are busy.
busily adverb
con afán She busily rushed about the room packing things into a suitcase.
(Definition of busy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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