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instance

noun   /ˈɪn·stəns/
for instance
B1 for example por ejemplo Many teenagers earn money, for instance by babysitting or cleaning cars.
an example of a particular type of event, situation, or behaviour caso There have been several instances of violence in the school.
(Definition of instance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

instance

noun /ˈinstəns/
an example, especially of a condition or circumstance ejemplo As a social worker, he saw many instances of extreme poverty.
for instance
for example por ejemplo Some birds, penguins for instance, cannot fly at all.
(Definition of instance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “instance”
in Korean 사례…
in Arabic مَثل…
in Malaysian contoh…
in French exemple…
in Russian пример, случай…
in Chinese (Traditional) 實例, 情況…
in Italian esempio, caso…
in Turkish örnek, vaka…
in Polish przykład…
in Vietnamese ví dụ…
in Portuguese caso…
in Thai กรณี…
in German das Beispiel…
in Catalan cas…
in Japanese 実例…
in Chinese (Simplified) 实例, 情况…
in Indonesian contoh…
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