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Translation of "rather" - English-Spanish dictionary

rather

adverb /ˈraːθə/
to a certain extent; slightly; a little
bastante; más bien, un tanto, un poco, algo
He’s rather nice That’s a rather silly question / rather a silly question I’ve eaten rather more than I should have.
more willingly; preferably
antes que, mejor… que…
I’d rather do it now than later Can we do it now rather than tomorrow? I’d rather not do it at all I would/had rather you didn’t do that Wouldn’t you rather have this one? I’d resign rather than do that.
more exactly; more correctly
más bien, para ser más precisos
He agreed, or rather he didn’t disagree One could say he was foolish rather than wicked.
(Definition of rather from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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