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Translation of "and" - English-Spanish dictionary

and

conjunction   strong /ænd/ weak /ənd, ən/
A1 used to join two words or two parts of a sentence y tea and coffee We were tired and hungry.
A1 used to say that one thing happens after another thing y I got dressed and had breakfast.
B1 used between two words that are the same to make their meaning stronger y We laughed and laughed.
(Definition of and from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

and

conjunction /ənd, ӕnd/
joining two statements, pieces of information etc y I opened the door and went inside The hat was blue and red a mother and child.
in addition to y, más 2 and 2 makes 4.
as a result of which y Try hard and you will succeed.
used instead of ’to’ with a verb y Do try and come!
(Definition of and from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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