Traducción de here en español:


Pronunciación: /hɪr; hɪə(r)/


here, meaning present, is not always translated: we're all here estamos todos. But: she's not here no está aquí.

  • 1 1.1 (at, to this place) aquí, acá (esp AmL) ; (less precise) acá come here! ¡ven aquí or (esp AmL) acá! I left it right here lo dejé aquí mismo the shops around here are expensive las tiendas de por aquí or (esp AmL) de por acá son caras Boston is 200 miles from here Boston está a 200 millas de aquí or (esp AmL) de acá it's hot in here hace calor aquí give it here! [colloquial/familiar] ¡dámelo!, ¡trae aquí or (esp AmL) trae acá! [familiar/colloquial] to be neither here nor there no venir* al caso whether he intended to return it or not is neither here nor there que pensara o no devolverlo no viene al caso what you do is neither here nor there to me lo que tú puedas hacer me trae sin cuidado
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • I notice you have a little bit of a close community going on here where you live.
    • At the moment, there are some other women living here who are near her age to keep her company.
    • Beveridge once lived near here, where he would have seen all the ills he listed.
    1.2 (in phrases) here and now do I have to decide here and now? ¿tengo que decidir ahora mismo or en este mismo momento? I can tell you here and now that you're mistaken te puedo ir diciendo desde ya que estás equivocado the here and now (this life) esta vida (the present) el presente, el momento here and there aquí y allá outbreaks of rain are likely here and there hay posibilidad de lluvias dispersas I've had odd jobs here and there he tenido algún que otro trabajo here, there and everywhere por todas partes
  • 2 (calling attention to sth, sb) here's £20 toma 20 libras here you are, drink this toma, bébete esto here you are ohere we are sir: your shoes aquí tiene los zapatos, señor where did I put it? ah, here we are! ¿dónde lo puse? ¡ah, aquí está! here's what you should do esto es lo que debes hacer, he aquí lo que debes hacer [literario/literary] wait! here's the funniest part of it! ¡espera, que ahora viene lo más gracioso! I didn't go; here's why no fui; ya verás por qué or te voy a decir por qué here comes Philip/the bus aquí está Philip/el autobús ask Emily here pregúntale aquí a Emily here goes: wish me luck! ¡allá voy, deséame suerte! here we go again! (expressing exasperation) ¡ya estamos or ya empezamos otra vez! here's to the bride and groom (proposing a toast) a la salud de los novios, brindemos por los novios
  • 3 3.1 (present) were you here last week? ¿viniste la semana pasada? he isn't here today hoy no está Smith? — here! (in roll call) ¿Smith? — ¡presente! 3.2 (arrived) they're here! ¡ya llegaron!, ¡ya están aquí! winter'll be here before long pronto llegará or empezará el invierno 3.3 (available) the material is here to be used el material está para que lo usen help yourself, that's what it's here for sírvete, para eso está
  • 4 4.1 (at this moment, point) entonces here she hesitated entonces or en ese momento titubeó 4.2 (on this point) I'd like to say here that … sobre este punto yo quisiera decir que … here I disagree ahí no estoy de acuerdo many opinions are possible here sobre esto caben diversas opiniones
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • It looks like this is becoming a real trend and it finally feels like summer is here.
    • But when I read things like this, it becomes clear that the time when that can happen is not yet here.
    • Summer days are here again, and the winter woollies have finally been put in mothballs.
  • 5 (as interj) here, let me do it trae, deja que lo haga yo here, you, give us a hand [colloquial/familiar] ¡oye tú, danos una mano!, ¡che (vos), danos una mano! (RPl)

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