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Significado de “because” - Diccionario Inglés

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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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Significado de "because" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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becauseconjunction

 us   /bɪˈkɔz/
for the ​reason that: "Why did you ​throw it?" "Because Carlos told me to." We can’t go to Julia’s ​party because we’re going away that ​weekend.
because of
preposition
as a ​result of: The ​trip was ​canceled because of ​badweather.
(Definition of because from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “because”
en coreano 왜냐하면…
en árabe لِأنَّ, بِسَبَب…
in Malaysian kerana…
en francés parce que…
en ruso потому что…
en chino (tradicionál) 因為,由於…
en italiano perché…
en turco çünkü…
en polaco bo, ponieważ…
en español porque…
in Vietnamese bởi vì…
en portugués porque…
in Thai เพราะว่า…
en alemán weil…
en catalán perquè…
en japonés なぜなら, ~なので…
en chino (simplificado) 因为,由于…
in Indonesian karena…
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