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us

pronoun   strong /ʌs/ weak /əs/
A1 used after a verb or preposition to mean the person who is speaking or writing and one or more other people nos, nosotros, nosotras, a nosotros, a nosotras She gave us all a present.
(Definition of us from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

us

pronoun /as/
(used as the object of a verb or preposition) the speaker or writer plus one or more other people nos, nosotros; nos, nosotras She gave us a present A plane flew over us.
(Definition of us from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “us”
in Korean 우리…
in Arabic نَحْن…
in Malaysian kita…
in French nous…
in Russian нам, нас, собой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 集體, (用作動詞或介詞的受詞)我們…
in Italian noi, ci…
in Turkish bizi, bize…
in Polish nas, nam, nami…
in Vietnamese chúng tôi, chúng ta…
in Portuguese nos, nós…
in Thai เรา…
in German uns…
in Catalan ens, nosaltres, a nosaltres…
in Japanese 私達を, 私達に(”we” の目的格)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 集体, (用作动词或介词的宾语)我们…
in Indonesian kami…
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