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Significado de “upon” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "upon" - Diccionario Inglés

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uponpreposition

uk   /əˈpɒn/  us   /əˈpɑːn/
B2 formal on: Upon her ​head she ​wore a ​blackvelvethat. You can never ​place enough ​emphasis upon the ​importance of ​safety. Upon ​yourarrival (= as ​soon as you ​arrive), ​pleasereport to the ​receptiondesk.
be upon sb formal
to be something that someone will ​experience or have to ​deal with ​soon: Another few ​weeks and ​spring will be upon us.

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Significado de "upon" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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uponpreposition

 us   /əˈpɑn, əˈpɔn/
on: That ​depends upon the ​circumstances. She ​insisted upon ​knowing the ​truth.
Upon can be used to show that something ​happenssoon after, and often because of, something ​else: Upon ​hearing the good ​news, we all ​congratulated Murphy.
(Definition of upon from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “upon”
en coreano “on”의 동의어…
en árabe فَوْق, عَلى…
in Malaysian di atas…
en francés sur, à…
en ruso см. on…
en chino (tradicionál) 在…上…
en italiano forma alterativa di “on”…
en turco üzerine, üzerinde…
en polaco na…
en español sobre, a (al llegar)…
in Vietnamese trên, ở trên…
en portugués forma alterativa de “on”…
in Thai บน…
en alemán auf, bei…
en catalán a, en, sobre…
en japonés “on” (upon のほうが文語的)…
en chino (simplificado) 在…上…
in Indonesian pada…
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