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home

adverb
completely; to the place, position etc a thing is intended to be
completamente; justamente, (dar) en el blanco
He drove the nail home Few of his punches went home These photographs of the war brought home to me the suffering of the soldiers.
Translations of “home”
in Arabic المنْزِل…
in Korean 집에…
in Malaysian mengena betul pada tempatnya…
in French à fond, au but…
in Turkish eve, yuvaya, evde…
in Italian a casa…
in Russian домой, дома…
in Polish do domu, w domu…
in Vietnamese tới địa điểm đã định…
in Portuguese para casa, em casa…
in Thai ถูกจุด…
in German bis ans Ziel, jemandem etwas klarmachen…
in Catalan a casa…
in Japanese 家に, うちへ…
in Indonesian mengena…
(Definition of home from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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