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Translation of "a" - English-Spanish dictionary

a

indefinite article /ə(n)/
one un, una There is a boy in the garden.
any; every un, una An owl can see in the dark.
for each; per por; al, a la We earn $6 an hour.
(a is used before words beginning with a consonant eg a boy , or consonant sound eg a union ; an is used before words beginning with a vowel eg an owl , or vowel sound eg an honour.) a before hotel, historian. an before heir, honest, honour, hour.
(Definition of a from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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