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Translation of "but" - English-Spanish dictionary

but

conjunction   strong /bʌt/ weak /bət/
A1 used to introduce something new, especially something that is different from what you have just said pero I’d drive you there, but I don’t have my car. The food was good but very expensive.
preposition   strong /bʌt/ weak /bət/
B1 except menos Everyone but Andrew knows.
(Definition of but from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

but

conjunction /bat/
used to show a contrast between two or more things pero John was there, but Peter was not.
(Definition of but from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “but”
in Korean 그러나…
in Arabic ولَكِن…
in Malaysian tetapi…
in French mais…
in Russian но…
in Chinese (Traditional) 但是,不過, 而, 相反…
in Italian ma, però…
in Turkish fakat, ancak, ama…
in Polish ale…
in Vietnamese nhưng mà…
in Portuguese mas…
in Thai แต่…
in German aber…
in Catalan però…
in Japanese しかし, だが…
in Chinese (Simplified) 但是,不过, 而, 相反…
in Indonesian tetapi…
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