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USA US English

United States of America

Anytown US English

Any real or fictional place regarded as being typical of American small-town appearance or values

Anytown USA in Anytown US English

Any real or fictional place regarded as being typical of American small-town appearance or values

USA English-Spanish

EE. UU., EE.UU., EE UU, EEUUthe first option is the one recommended by the RAE

outside the USA in outside English-Spanish

fuera de Estados Unidos

¿qué talla usa? in talla Spanish-English

what size do you take?

usa zapatos a medida in medida Spanish-English

he wears made-to-measure shoes

usa el sombrero achocado in achocado Spanish-English

he wears his hat at an angle

¡hombre, usa la sesera! in sesera Spanish-English

use your brains, for goodness sake!

usa un lenguaje muy castizo in castizo Spanish-English

he writes in very pure Castilian/Spanish

se usa como apelativo cariñoso in apelativo Spanish-English

it is used as an affectionate form of address

usa ropa del año de ñaupa in ñaupa Spanish-English

his clothes are so old-fashioned

¿cómo se usa esta calculadora? in usar Spanish-English

how does this calculator work?

no usa gafas por pura vanidad in vanidad Spanish-English

she refuses to wear glasses out of sheer vanity

the first president of the USA in first English-Spanish

el primer presidente de los EE UU

es una muletilla que usa mucho in muletilla Spanish-English

it's one of his pet expressions, it's an expression

se usa más en América que en España in América Spanish-English

it's used more in Latin America than in Spain

ya no se usa hacer fiestas de compromiso in usar Spanish-English

it's not very common to have an engagement party nowadays

hay una excelente biblioteca pero nadie la usa in usar Spanish-English

there's an excellent library but nobody uses it

usa una jerga incomprensible para la gente de a pie in gente Spanish-English

he uses jargon which is incomprehensible to the layperson

usa una jerga incomprensible para la gente de a pie in gente de a pie Spanish-English

he uses jargon which is incomprehensible to the layperson


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