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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
(Definition of same from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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