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year

noun   /jɪər/
A1 a period of twelve months, or 365 or 366 days, especially from 1 January to 31 December año He joined the company a year ago.
be … years old
A1 to be a particular age tener… años Her son is six years old.
A2 the part of the year, in a school, college, or university, during which courses are taught curso the school year I’m in my second year at Pisa University.
years [plural]
B1 a long time siglos I haven’t seen Linda for years.
(Definition of year from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

year

noun /jiə/
the period of time the earth takes to go once round the sun, about 365 days año We lived here for five years, from November 2000 to November 2005 a two-year delay.
the period from January 1 to December 31, being 365 days, except in a leap year, when it is 366 days año in the year 1945.
yearly adjective
happening etc every year anual We pay a yearly visit to my uncle.
yearbook noun
a book of information which is updated and published every year anuario his high-school yearbook.
all (the) year round/long etc
throughout the whole year durante todo el año The weather is so good here that we can swim all (the) year round.
(Definition of year from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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