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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
Translations of “same”
in French semblable, même…
in German gleich…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常相似…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常相似…
(Definition of same from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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