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Translation of "towards" - English-Spanish dictionary

towards

preposition   /təˈwɔːdz/ mainly UK ( US usually toward /tɔːd/)
B1 in the direction of someone or something hacia She stood up and walked towards him.
near to a time or place hacia Your seats are towards the back of the theatre.
(Definition of towards from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

towards

preposition /), ( American) toːrd(z)/
(moving, facing etc) in the direction of hacia He walked toward the door She turned towards him.
in relation to hacia What are your feelings towards him?
as a contribution or help to para Here’s $3 towards the cost of the journey.
(of time) near hacia, cerca de Towards night-time, the weather worsened.
(Definition of towards from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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