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Spanish translation of “yet”

yet

adverb /jet/
up till now
todavía, aún
He hasn’t called me yet Have you finished yet? We’re not yet ready.
used for emphasis
aún
He’s made yet another mistake I found yet more mistakes in the report.
(with a comparative adjective) even
aún, todavía
a yet more terrible experience.
as yet up to the time referred to, usually the present
hasta ahora
I haven’t had a book published as yet.
(Definition of yet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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