Translation of article in Spanish:
- 1 (thing, item) an article of clothingluxury articlesuna prenda (de vestir)this is malt whisky, the genuine articleartículos de lujoesto es auténtico whisky de maltaExample sentences
- From household articles to children's toys and leather products to paper creations, there are products for every purse and taste.
- The training activities for women will be expanded from tailoring to beautician training, and the repair of household articles.
- Inside are a few photographs of Dr. Kalam, some furniture, other household articles and a visitor's book.
- 2 (in newspaper, encyclopedia) See examples:article (
ono aboutsomething/somebody)Example sentences
- Her one-sided piece is written purely from newspaper reports and magazine articles.
- In my class, instead of the typical reading and writing assignments we read newspaper and magazine articles, and wrote letters to the editor.
- It was the lead on the television news and was reported in prominent front-page articles in most newspapers.
- 4, (Linguistics) definite/indefinite articleartículo determinado/indeterminadoExample sentences
- Literally translated into English, without articles, definite or indefinite, it becomes ‘return home occasional book’.
- What I do distinctly recall is the labor of pushing around nouns, verbs, adjectives, articles.
- English is the only Indo-European language in Europe with no gender marking on articles or nouns - ever notice that?
- 5also: articles plural(apprenticeship) (no article) to be in o under articles with somebodyhacer el aprendizaje con alguienExample sentences
- He graduated with a B.Proc and then an LLB from the University of Transkei, taking evening courses so that he could do his articles at the Unitra legal aid clinic during the day.
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