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Translation of "or" - English-Spanish dictionary

or

conjunction   strong /ɔːr/ weak /ər/
A1 used between possibilities, or before the last of many possibilities o Is the baby a boy or a girl? You can have coffee or tea.
A2 used after a negative verb to mean not one thing and also not another ni Tim doesn’t eat meat or fish.
B1 used to give someone a warning or advice o You should be careful, or you’ll have an accident.
used to change or correct something you have said o He finished the work, or most of it, anyway.
(Definition of or from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

or

conjunction //
used to show an alternative o Is that your book or is it mine?
because if not sino Hurry or you’ll be late.
or so
about; approximately más o menos I bought a dozen or so (books).
(Definition of or from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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