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Translation of "it" - English-Spanish dictionary

it

pronoun /ˈai ˈtiː/
(used as the subject of a verb or object of a verb or preposition) the thing spoken of, used especially of lifeless things and of situations, but also of animals and babies él; ella; ello (sujeto); lo, la (complemento directo) If you find my pencil, please give it to me The dog is in the garden, isn’t it? I picked up the baby because it was crying He decided to run a mile every morning but he couldn’t keep it up.
used as a subject in certain kinds of sentences eg in talking about the weather, distance or time (se usa como sujeto en oraciones impersonales: it is cold = hace frío) Is it raining very hard? It’s cold It is five o’clock Is it the fifth of March? It’s two miles to the village Is it your turn to make the tea? It is impossible for him to finish the work It was nice of you to come Is it likely that he would go without us?
(usually as the subject of the verb be) used to give emphasis to a certain word or phrase (se usa para dar énfasis a ciertas palabras o frases) It was you (that) I wanted to see, not Mary.
used with some verbs as a direct object with little meaning lo, la The car broke down and we had to walk it Oh, bother it!
its adjective
belonging to it su, sus The bird has hurt its wing.
itself pronoun
used as the object of a verb or preposition when an object, animal itself is the object of an action it performs a sí mismo, a sí misma The cat looked at itself in the mirror The cat stretched itself by the fire.
used to emphasize it or the name of an object, animal etc en sí The house itself is quite small, but the garden is big.
without help etc él mismo, él solo, sin ayuda ’How did the dog get in?’ ’Oh, it can open the gate itself.’
its is an adjective or pronoun expressing possession: a cat and its kittens. it’s is short for it is or it has: It’s raining heavily.
(Definition of it from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “it”
in Korean 그것, 상황 설명이나 의견을 말할 때 쓴다, 시간…
in Arabic ضَمير الغائب لِلمُفْرَد غَيْر العاقِل, إنّه (لِلوَقْت), إنّه (لِلأسْماء)…
in Malaysian ia, digunakan sebagai subjek untuk ayat tertentu, adalah…
in French il, elle, le…
in Russian он, она, оно (о предметах и животных)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用作主語或受詞)它,這,那(指上文提到的事物、動物或情況)…
in Italian esso, essa, lo…
in Turkish o, onu, bahsedilen nesne…
in Polish to, on, ona…
in Vietnamese cái đó, làm chủ ngữ cho một vài loại câu nói về thời tiết, khoảng cách…
in Portuguese usado para significar uma coisa, situação ou ideia que já foi mencionada anteriormente, usado antes de alguns adjetivos…
in Thai คำสรรพนามใช้แทนสัตว์ สิ่งของ และทารก, คำสรรพนามแทนคำว่า อากาศ ระยะทาง หรือเวลา, ประธานของ Verb to be เพื่อเน้นข้อความ…
in German es, zur Betonung, das…
in Catalan s’utilitza per a referir-se a alguna cosa que s’ha esmentat abans, s’utilitza davant d’adjectius, noms i verbs per a introduir una opinió o una descripció…
in Japanese それ(先述されたもの、ことなどを表す), (形容詞、名詞、動詞の前につけて形式的な主語、目的語になる), (時間、距離、天候を表す文の主語。日本語には訳さない)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用作主语或宾语)它,这,那(指上文提到的事物、动物或情况)…
in Indonesian hal itu, kata ganti subjek, adalah…
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