Translation of "it" - English-Spanish dictionary

it

pronoun uk /ɪt/

A1 used to mean the thing, situation, or idea that has already been talked about

se usa para referirse a algo que ya ha sido mencionado
‘Have you seen my bag?’ ‘It’s in the hall.’
It was a bad experience and I don’t want to talk about it.

A1 used before some adjectives, nouns, or verbs to introduce an opinion or description of a situation

se usa delante de adjetivos, nombres y verbos para introducir una opinión o descripción
It’s unlikely that she’ll arrive on time.
It’s a pity you can’t come with us.

A2 used with a verb in sentences giving the time, date, weather, or distances

se usa con un verbo para decir la hora, la fecha, el tiempo o una distancia
It rained all day.
What time is it?

used to say the name of a person or thing when the person you are speaking to does not know

se usa para hablar de alguien cuando la persona que nos escucha no sabe de quién se trata
It’s your dad on the phone.
noun [ no plural ] uk /ˌaɪˈtiː/

A2 the use of computers and other electronic equipment to keep and send information

informática

(Translation of “it” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

IT

abbreviation, noun /ˈai ˈtiː/

(computing ) short for information technology; the study and use of computers and other electronic equipment to store, process, retrieve, and send information

informació tecnològica
She works in IT.
(also adjective) IT skills/support
the IT department.

(Translation of “IT” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)