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Translation of "phrase" - English-Spanish dictionary

phrase

noun /freiz/
(linguistics ) a small group of words (usually without a finite verb) which forms part of an actual or implied sentence frase a noun phrase. (music) a small group of musical notes which follow each other to make a definite individual section of a melody frase the opening phrase of the overture. phraseology /freiziˈolədʒi/ noun the manner of putting words and phrases together to express oneself fraseología His phraseology shows that he is a foreigner. phrasing noun phraseology. fraseología (music) the act of putting musical phrases together either in composing or playing. fraseo phrasebook noun a book (eg for tourists) which contains and translates useful words and phrases in a foreign language libro de frases I took an English-Japanese phrasebook with me on holiday. phrasal verb noun (linguistics) a phrase consisting of a verb and adverb or preposition, which together function as a verb verbo compuesto ’Leave out’, ’go without’, ’go away’, are phrasal verbs.
Translations of “phrase”
in Arabic عِبارة…
in Korean 구…
in Malaysian frasa, rangkai lagu…
in French syntagme, phrase…
in Turkish sözcük takımı…
in Italian frase, locuzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 文法, 片語…
in Russian фраза…
in Polish zwrot, wyrażenie…
in Vietnamese cụm từ, đoản khúc…
in Portuguese locução, frase…
in Thai วลี, เนื้อเพลง…
in German der Ausdruck, der Satz…
in Catalan locució…
in Japanese フレーズ, 言い回し…
in Indonesian frasa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 语法, 短语…
(Definition of phrase from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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