Translation of "still" - English-Spanish dictionary

still

adverb uk /stɪl/

A2 used to say that something is continuing to happen now

todavía
He’s still here if you want to talk to him.
Do you still play basketball?

B1 used to show that you did not expect something to happen

aun así
He didn’t study, but he still passed the test.

used to say that something continues to be possible

todavía
We can still catch the train if we leave now.
still better, worse, etc./better, worse, etc. still

even better, worse, etc.

mejor, peor, etc. todavía
Give her a call, or better still go and see her.
adjective uk /stɪl/
stand, stay, sit, etc. still

to stand, stay, sit, etc. without moving

quedarse quieto (de pie, sentado, etc.)
Sit still so I can brush your hair.

B1 UK A still drink does not have any bubbles in it.

sin gas
Would you like still or sparkling water?

(Translation of “still” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

still

adjective /stil/

without movement or noise

quieto, inmóvil, parado
The city seems very still in the early morning
Please stand/sit/keep/hold still while I brush your hair!
still (= calm) water/weather.

(of drinks) not fizzy

sin gas
still orange juice.
stillness noun

inmovilidad, tranquilidad
the stillness of the night.
stillborn adjective

dead when born

nacido muerto
a stillborn baby.
still life noun (plural still lifes)

a type of art in which paintings or drawings represent arrangements of objects such as flowers or fruit rather than people, animals, or landscapes

Naturaleza Muerta
(also adjective) Cézanne is arguably the greatest master of still life painting of any era.

a painting or drawing that represents an arrangement of objects such as flowers or fruit rather than people, animals, or landscapes

Naturaleza Muerta
Other well-known still lifes from this time include Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.

(Translation of “still” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)