Definición de might in Inglés might1Pronunciación: /mʌɪt/Traducir might | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español verb (3rd singular present might) 1past of may1, used especially. in reported speech, to express possibility or permission:he said he might be late expressing a possibility based on an unfulfilled condition:we might have won if we’d played better expressing annoyance about something that someone has not done:you might have told me! expressing purpose:he avoided social engagements so that he might work 2used to tentatively ask permission or express a polite request:might I just ask one question? you might just call me Jane, if you don’t mind asking for information, especially condescendingly:and who might you be? 3used to express possibility or make a suggestion:this might be true you might try pain relieversPhrases might as well 1used to make an unenthusiastic suggestion:I might as well begin 2used to indicate that a situation is the same as if the hypothetical thing stated were true:for readers seeking illumination, this book might as well have been written in Serbo-Croatian might have known (or guessed) used to express one’s lack of surprise about something:I might have known it was youOn the distinction between might and may, see may1 (usage)For a discussion of the use of might of instead of might have, see have (usage).might en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de might en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.