Translation of "that" - English-Spanish dictionary

that

determiner uk /ðæt/ (plural those)

A1 used to mean something or someone that has already been talked about or seen

ese
Did you see that woman in the post office?
How much are those shoes?

A1 used to mean something or someone that is not near you

ese, aque
Have you seen that man over there?
pronoun uk /ðæt/

A1 used to mean something that has already been talked about or seen

eso
That looks heavy.

A1 used to mean something that is not near you

eso
What’s that in the corner?

A2 used to make a connection with an earlier statement

eso
My train was cancelled. That’s why I’m late.

B1 used instead of ‘who’ or ‘which’ in the middle of a sentence

que
Have you eaten all the cake that I made yesterday?
that’s it

used to say that something is correct

eso es
You need to push the two pieces together. That’s it.
conjunction uk strong /ðæt/ weak /ðət/

A2 used after some verbs, nouns, and adjectives to start a new part of a sentence

que
He said that he’d collect it later.

B1 used instead of ‘who’ or ‘which’ in the middle of a sentence

que
Have you eaten all the cake that I made yesterday?

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

that

adjective /ðӕt/ (plural those /ðouz/)

used to indicate a person, thing etc spoken of before, not close to the speaker, already known to the speaker and listener etc

ese, esa, esos, esas; aquel, aquella, aquellos, aquellas
Don’t take this book – take that one
At that time, I was living in Italy
When are you going to return those books?
like that

in that way

así
Don’t hold it like that – you’ll break it!
that’s that

an expression used to show that a decision has been made, that something has been completed, made impossible etc

ya está, se acabó
He has said that we can’t do it, so that’s that.

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