Significado de “because” - en el Diccionario Inglés

because en inglés británico

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becauseconjunction

uk /bɪˈkəz/ /bɪˈkɒz/ us /bɪˈkɑːz/

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?

Más ejemplos

  • He hated being in the army because he had to obey commands.
  • The journey was quite quick because the road was clear.
  • I didn't tell her that he was late because I didn't want to cause her any alarm.
  • Patients were discharged from hospital because the beds were needed by other people.
  • I almost missed my flight because there was a long queue in the duty-free shop.

(Definición de because del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

because en 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 bad weather.

(Definición de because del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)