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Significado de “a” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "a" - Diccionario Inglés

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weak /ə/ uk   strong // weak /ə/ us   strong // also an
  • a determiner (NOT PARTICULAR)

A1 used before a noun to refer to a single thing or person that has not been mentioned before, especially when you are not referring to a particular thing or person: I've bought a car. She's got a boyfriend. There was a sudden loud noise. What a shame that you couldn't go to the party. I heard a child crying. Is he a friend of yours (= one of your friends)?
A1 used to say what type of thing or person something or someone is: She wants to be a doctor when she grows up. This is a very mild cheese. Experts think the painting may be a Picasso (= by Picasso).
A1 used to mean any or every thing or person of the type you are referring to: Can you ride a bike? A cheetah can run faster than a lion. A teacher needs to have a lot of patience.
used before some uncountable nouns when you want to limit their meaning in some way, such as when describing them more completely or referring to one example of them: I only have a limited knowledge of Spanish. He has a great love of music. There was a fierceness in her voice.
A2 used before some nouns of action when referring to one example of the action: Take a look at this, Jez. I'm just going to have a snack. There was a knocking at the door.
A2 used when referring to a unit or container of something, especially something you eat or drink: I'd love a coffee. All I had for lunch was a yogurt.
A2 used before the first but not the second of two nouns that are referred to as one unit: a cup and saucer a knife and fork
A2 used before some words that express a number or amount: a few days a bit of wool a lot of money
used in front of a person's name when referring to someone who you do not know: There's a Ms Evans to see you.
used in front of someone's family name when they are a member of that family: Is that a Wilson over there?
used before the name of a day or month to refer to one example of it: My birthday is on a Friday this year. It's been a very wet June.

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  • a determiner (ONE)

A1 one: a hundred a thousand a dozen There were three men and a woman.
A2 used between a fraction and a unit of measurement: half a mile a quarter of a kilo three quarters of an hour six tenths of a second
A2 used when saying how often something happens in a certain period: Take one tablet three times a day. I swim once a week.
A2 used when saying how much someone earns or how much something costs in a certain period: She earns $100,000 a year. My plumber charges £30 an hour. I pay £25 a week for my parking permit.


(Definition of a from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "a" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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us   /ə/
  • a preposition (EACH OR EVERY)

in or for each or every; per: Take one tablet three times a day. These shoes cost $30 a pair.


us   //
  • A noun (LETTER)

[C] plural A’s or a’s also a the first letter of the English alphabet
  • A noun (MUSICAL NOTE)

music [C/U] plural A’s or As in Western music, the sixth note in the scale (= series of notes) that begins on the note C, or a set of notes based on this note
  • A noun (MARK)

[C] plural A’s or As a mark that means excellent, given to something of the highest quality, esp. school work: The teacher gave me an A for my essay.
(Definition of a from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “a”
en coreano 단수 명사 앞에 쓰임, 하나의, -당…
en árabe أداة تَنْكير تَسْبِق الإسْم المُفْرَد, كُلّ, بادئة تَدلّ على المِهنة…
in Malaysian A, a, not muzik…
en francés un, une, par…
en ruso неопределенный артикль, один, употребляется перед исчисл. сущ. в ед. числе и придает ему значение: 'любой…
en chino (tradicionál) 非特指的, 一(個)(用於名詞前,表示未曾提及的,尤其是非特指或不想讓對方確切知道的事物或人), (表示人或物的類型)…
en italiano un, una, al…
en turco belirsiz tanım artıkeli, bir, her veya herbiri…
en polaco -, jeden, każdy…
en español La letra ’’A’’, la, Diez…
in Vietnamese chữ cái A, nốt la, điểm A…
en portugués um, uma, por…
in Thai พยัญชนะตัวแรกในภาษาอังกฤษ, โน้ต“ลา” ในทางดนตรี, เกรดสูงสุดที่ให้กับนักเรียนหรือนักศึกษาในการส่งงานหรือในการสอบ…
en alemán ein/e, pro…
en catalán un, una, cada…
en japonés 1つの, 1人の, ~1つにつき…
en chino (simplificado) 非特指的, 一(个)(用于名词前,表示未曾提及的,尤其是非特指或不想让对方确切知道的事物或人), (表示人或物的类型)…
in Indonesian A…
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