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Significado de “us” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "us" - Diccionario Inglés

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uspronoun

uk   strong /ʌs/ weak /əs/  us   /ʌs/  /əs/
  • us pronoun (GROUP)

A1 used as the ​object of a ​verb or a ​preposition to refer to a ​group that ​includes the ​speaker and at least one other ​person: Thank you for ​driving us to the ​station. Many of us in the ​editorialdepartmentdisagree with the ​changes that are ​happening.

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  • us pronoun (ME)

UK not standard (​especially used in ​spokenEnglish) me: Give us a ​light, ​mate. Give us it here and I'll ​see if I can ​mend it.

usdeterminer

uk   strong /ʌs/ /əs/  us   /ʌs/  /əs/ Northern English not standard
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Significado de "us" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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uspronoun [pl]

 us   /ʌs, əs/
the ​personspeaking with other ​peopleincluded; the ​form of "we" that ​follows the ​verb: Thanks for giving us a ​lift to the ​airport.

USnoun [U]

 us   /ˈjuˈes/
abbreviation forUnitedStates: a US ​citizen
(Definition of us from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “us”
en coreano 우리…
en árabe نَحْن…
in Malaysian kita…
en francés nous…
en ruso нам, нас, собой…
en chino (tradicionál) 集體, (用作動詞或介詞的受詞)我們…
en italiano noi, ci…
en turco bizi, bize…
en polaco nas, nam, nami…
en español nos, nosotros, nosotras…
in Vietnamese chúng tôi, chúng ta…
en portugués nos, nós…
in Thai เรา…
en alemán uns…
en catalán ens, nosaltres, a nosaltres…
en japonés 私達を, 私達に(”we” の目的格)…
en chino (simplificado) 集体, (用作动词或介词的宾语)我们…
in Indonesian kami…
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“us” in British English

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