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among also: amongst Pronunciation: / əˈmʌŋst /
Pronunciation: / əˈməŋ /
Pronunciation: /əˈmʌŋ/

Translation of among in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (in midst of) among friends
    entre amigos
    among others
    entre otros
    among other things
    entre otras cosas
    Example sentences
    • Waking up to find a hung-over friend of a relative amongst the presents will certainly help that year stand out.
    • The central two-hander is set among a group of friends, all of whom are married or about to marry.
    • Birds filled the air with their song while butterflies danced amongst the wild flowers.
    Example sentences
    • The document is now code and the code is now simply one window among others.
    • I see the future of Turkey in Europe as a prosperous, tolerant, democratic country among others.
    • According to the law, road users must give priority to, among others, the vehicles of state officials.
    Example sentences
    • Another symbol popular among the gay community is the inverted triangle.
    • During the late Nineties the general view among investors was that shares weren't things to be sold.
    • She said that the general feeling among communities was that they were tired of these crimes and wanted action to be taken.
    1.2 (with each other) divide o share it among yourselves
    repártanselo entre ustedes
    Example sentences
    • It was also indicated that the grant will be divided among the six participating institutions.
    • The king was growing old, and thought to divide his kingdom among his daughters.
    • Built for the use of one family, many are now divided among five to six families.

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