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Translation of "this" - English-Spanish dictionary

this

determiner   /ðɪs/
A1 used to mean something that you have already talked about este Most people don’t agree with this decision.
A1 used to mean something or someone that is near you or that you are pointing to este How much did this car cost?
A1 used to mean the present week, month, year, etc. or the one that comes next este I’ll see you this evening.
pronoun   /ðɪs/
A2 used to mean something that you have already talked about esto When did this happen?
A2 used to mean something or someone that is near you or that you are pointing to esto, este, esta This is my girlfriend, Beth.
A2 used to refer to something that is happening or something that you are doing así This is how you prepare the fish.
(Definition of this from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

this

adjective /ðis/ ( plural these /ðiːz/)
used to indicate a person, thing etc nearby or close in time este, esta, estos, estas This book is better than that (one) I prefer these trousers.
used in stories to indicate a person, thing etc that one is describing or about to describe éste, ésta, éstos, éstas; dicho hombre/dicha mujer Then this man arrived.
like this
in this way así, de esta manera/forma It would be quicker if you did it like this.
(Definition of this from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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