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MIA British & World English

Missing in action

mia-mia British & World English

An Aboriginal hut or shelter

Hamm, Mia British & World English

(1972-) US soccer player. She began to play for the US national women’s soccer team in 1987, the youngest player ever be a member of the team. She was part of the US team that won the Women’s World Cup in 1999, the silver medal at the 2000 Olympic games, and the gold medal at the 1996 and 2004 games

Farrow, Mia British & World English

(1945-), US actress; daughter of Maureen O’Sullivan. She starred in Rosemary’s Baby (1968), The Great Gatsby (1974), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), and Husbands and Wives (1992)

MIA English-Spanish

desaparecido en acción de guerra

a fe mía in fe Spanish-English

upon my soul

es una paisana mía in paisano Spanish-English

she's a compatriot of mine

esta es la mía, pensé in mío Spanish-English

this is my chance, I thought to myself

¡madre mía! or ¡mi madre! in madre Spanish-English

(my) goodness!, good heavens!, heavens!

hija mía, pareces Doña Angustias in angustia Spanish-English

you're a born worrier, you get so worked up, you're such a worrier

es clavada a una amiga mía in clavado Spanish-English

she's the spitting image, she's a dead ringer for a friend of mine

la responsabilidad es, en última instancia, mía in instancia Spanish-English

I am ultimately responsible, the ultimate responsibility is mine

colocó su silla adelante de la mía in adelante Spanish-English

she put her chair in front of mine

su casa está pegada a la mía in pegado Spanish-English

her house is right next to mine

su casa es más grande que la mía in que Spanish-English

his house is bigger than mine

¡ya está bien de reírse a costa mía! in costa Spanish-English

all right, you've had enough laughs at my expense!


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