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everything

Pronunciation: /ˈevriθiŋ/

Translation of everything in Spanish:

pronoun/pronombre

  • todo I'm always losing everything siempre ando perdiéndolo todo they sell everything from vegetables to paintbrushes venden de todo, desde verduras a brochas everything else todo lo demás everything possible has been done se ha hecho todo lo posible she's everything to me (ella) lo es todo para mí money isn't everything el dinero no lo es todo
    Example sentences
    • It's a presentation with drama and music and then I wind everything together at the end of the night.
    • With the edges aligned, the stapler is then used to fasten everything together at the top left corner.
    • We created everything we did together and, yes, sometimes it was very stressful.

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