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Translation of "except" - English-Spanish dictionary

except

preposition /ikˈsept/
leaving out; not including excepto, salvo They’re all here except Peter Your essay was good except that it was too long. excepted adjective excepto, salvo all European countries, Denmark excepted (= except Denmark). excepting preposition leaving out or excluding excepto, salvo Those cars are all reliable, excepting the old red one. exception /-ʃən/ noun something or someone not included excepción They all work hard, without exception With the exception of Jim, we all went home early. something not according to the rule excepción We normally don’t eat much at lunchtime, but Sunday is an exception. exceptional adjective (opposite unexceptional) unusual; remarkable excepcional exceptional loyalty His ability is exceptional. exceptionally adverb unusually excepcionalmente exceptionally stupid. except for apart from aparte de We enjoyed the holiday except for the dealy at the airport. except excepto, con excepción de, menos Except for John, they all arrived punctually. take exception to/at to object to ofenderse por algo The old lady took exception to the rudeness of the children.
Translations of “except”
in Arabic ما عَدا…
in Korean -을 제외하고…
in Malaysian kecuali…
in French sauf (que)…
in Turkish ...den başka, ...in/ın dışında, ...hariç…
in Italian eccetto (che), fuorché…
in Chinese (Traditional) (表示不包括)除…之外…
in Russian кроме…
in Polish oprócz, z wyjątkiem…
in Vietnamese ngoại trừ…
in Portuguese exceto, fora…
in Thai นอกจาก…
in German außer…
in Catalan excepte…
in Japanese ~以外は…
in Indonesian kecuali…
in Chinese (Simplified) (表示不包括)除…之外…
(Definition of except from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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