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Translation of "same" - English-Spanish dictionary

same

adjective   /seɪm/
the same
A1 exactly alike el mismo He’s the same age as me. We work at the same speed.
the same
A1 not another different person, thing, or situation el mismo My brother and I sleep in the same room.
at the same time
B1 If two things happen at the same time, they happen together. a la misma vez We arrived at the same time.
pronoun   /seɪm/
the same
exactly like igual People say I look just the same as my sister. He looks exactly the same as he did ten years ago.
the same
B1 not another different thing or situation lo mismo I’d do the same if I was in your situation.
adverb   /seɪm/
the same
in the same way igual We treat all our children the same.
(Definition of same from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

same

adjective /seim/
(usually with the)
alike; very similar parecido; mismo; igual The houses in this road are all the same You have the same eyes as your brother (has).
not different mismo My friend and I are the same age He went to the same school as me.
unchanged mismo, igual My opinion is the same as it always was.
all/just the same
nevertheless igualmente, aun así, de todas formas I’m sure I locked the door, but, all the same, I think I’ll go and check.
at the same time
together a la vez, al mismo tiempo We took the test at the same time.
nevertheless aun así, sin embargo Mountain-climbing is fun, but at the same time we must not forget the danger.
be all the same to
to be a matter of no importance to dar lo mismo a alguien, dar igual a alguien I’ll leave now, if it’s all the same to you.
same here
I think, feel etc the same yo también, a mí también ’This job bores me.’ ’Same here.’
same-sex marriage noun
a homosexual marriage between two men or two women. matrimonio homosexual, matrimonio entre dos personas del mismo sexo
(Definition of same from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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