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Translation of "occasion" - English-Spanish dictionary

occasion

noun   /əˈkeɪ·ʒən/
B1 an important event ocasión a special occasion She bought a new dress for the occasion.
a time when something happens ocasión We met on several occasions to discuss the issue.
on occasion
sometimes, but not often en ocasiones He has, on occasion, told a small lie.
(Definition of occasion from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

occasion

noun /əˈkeiʒən/
a particular time ocasión I’ve heard him speak on several occasions.
a special event ocasión, acontecimiento The wedding was a great occasion.
occasional adjective
happening, done etc now and then ocasional, poco frecuente I paid him the occasional visit.
occasionally adverb
now and then de vez en cuando, a veces I occasionally go to the theatre.
(Definition of occasion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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