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Spanish translation of “from”

from

preposition /from/
used before the place, thing, person, time etc that is the point at which an action, journey, period of time etc begins
de
from Europe to Asia from Monday to Friday a letter from her father.
used to indicate that from which something or someone comes
de
a quotation from Shakespeare.
used to indicate separation
de
Take it from him.
used to indicate a cause or reason
de
He is suffering from a cold.
(Definition of from from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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