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Definición de “both” en inglés

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both

predeterminer, determiner, pronoun uk   /bəʊθ/  us   /boʊθ/
A1 (referring to) two people or things together: Both my parents are teachers. They have two children, both of whom live abroad. She has written two novels, both of which have been made into television series. Both Mike and Jim have red hair/Mike and Jim both have red hair. I loved them both/I loved both of them. The problem with both of these proposals is that they are hopelessly impractical. Are both of us invited, or just you? Would you like milk or sugar or both? Both men and women have complained about the advertisement. I felt both happy and sad at the same time. I think it's important to listen to both sides of the argument. Improved childcare facilities would benefit both sexes, not just women. I failed my driving test because I didn't keep both hands on the steering wheel.
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en árabe كِلا…
en coreano 둘 다…
in Malaysian kedua-dua…
en francés tous (les) deux…
en turco herikisi…
en italiano entrambi, entrambe…
en chino (tradicionál) 兩個, 兩者, 雙方…
en ruso оба, и тот и другой…
en polaco oba…
in Vietnamese cả hai…
en español ambos…
en portugués ambos, -as, os dois…
in Thai ทั้งสอง…
en alemán beide…
en catalán tots dos, totes dues…
en japonés 両方, 双方…
in Indonesian keduanya…
en chino (simplificado) 两个, 两者, 双方…
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