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becauseconjunction

uk   /bɪˈkəz/ /-ˈkɒz/  us   /-ˈkɑːz/
A1 for the reason that: "Why did you do it?" "Because Carlos told me to". We can't go to Julia's party because we're going away that weekend. Just because I'm lending you my dress for tonight doesn't mean you can borrow it whenever you want to.informal Where've you been, because (= the reason I am asking is that) we haven't seen you recently?
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Traducciones de “because”
en árabe لِأنَّ, بِسَبَب…
en coreano 왜냐하면…
in Malaysian kerana…
en francés parce que…
en turco çünkü…
en italiano perché…
en chino (tradicionál) 因為,由於…
en ruso потому что…
en polaco bo, ponieważ…
in Vietnamese bởi vì…
en español porque…
en portugués porque…
in Thai เพราะว่า…
en alemán weil…
en catalán perquè…
en japonés なぜなら, ~なので…
in Indonesian karena…
en chino (simplificado) 因为,由于…
(Definition of because from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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