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Translation of "in" - English-Spanish dictionary


preposition /in/
describing the position of a thing etc which is surrounded by something else
My mother is in the house in London in bed.
showing the direction of movement
He put his hand in his pocket.
describing the time at, after or within which something happens
por (la mañana); dentro (de una semana)
in the morning I’ll be back in a week.
indicating amount or relative number
They arrived in large numbers.
expressing circumstances, state, manner etc of an event, person etc
(ropa) con; en
She was dressed in a brown coat They were walking in the rain He did it in a hurry written in English He is in the army The books were tied up in bundles She is in her sixties.
-in suffix describing an activity usually carried out by groups of people as a form of protest etc
huelga, manifestación
a sit-in a work-in.
day etc in, day etc out day etc after day etc without a break
día tras día, un día sí y otro también
I do the same boring job day in, day out Last summer it rained week in, week out.
inasmuch as ( in as much as) because; in consideration of the fact that
ya que, teniendo en cuenta que
It would not be true to say he had retired from this firm, inasmuch as he still does a certain amount of work for us.
in for likely to experience (especially something bad)
la que (me, te, le…) espera
We’re in for some bad weather You’re in for it if you broke that window!
ins and outs the complex details of a plan etc
detalles, pormenores
He knows all the ins and outs of this scheme.
insofar as ( in so far as) to the degree or extent that
en la medida en que
I gave him the details insofar as I knew them.
in that because; from the fact that
porque, puesto que
This is not a good plant for your garden in that its seeds are poisonous.
(Definition of in from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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