There are 2 main translations of gone in Spanish:

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gone 1

American English: /ɡɔn/
British English: /ɡɒn/

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There are 2 main translations of gone in Spanish:

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gone 2

adjective (predicative)

  • 1 1.1 (not here) See examples: my briefcase is gone!
    ¡me ha desaparecido la cartera!
    how long has she been gone? by the time we get there, they'll be gone
    para cuando nosotros lleguemos, ya se habrán ido
    Example sentences
    • It was the rudiment of a possible discussion but she was already gone, leaving him alone in the aisle.
    • The sun was almost gone, and Rowena shared the garden only with one old man in a wheelchair.
    • Those moments I remember from the Ireland squad when Duff's shyness got the better of him are virtually gone.
    1.2 (past) See examples: those days are (long) gone gone are the days when one could …
    ya no se puede …
    Example sentences
    • The petroleum industry barely existed 100 years ago and will probably be largely gone 100 years from now.
    • If she was gone, dead and buried, he could move on with his life.
    • With the internet the prime reason for the existence of cities is gone.
    1.3 (used up) See examples: the money is all gone
    se ha acabado el dinero
    no queda nada de dinero
    Example sentences
    • Having been consumed, they are gone and are not available to others.
    • Goods that are consumed are gone and thus not available for use in production.
    • Much of the available money was gone before the traditional marketing season for lambs even began.
    1.4far gonehe was too far gone for us to be able to revive him
    era ya demasiado tarde para poder salvarlo
    the bearings are pretty far gone
    los cojinetes están muy gastados or en muy mal estado
    things are too far gone to avoid a strike
    las cosas han llegado demasiado lejos, no se puede evitar la huelga
    he was pretty far gone (drunk) [colloquial]
    había bebido bastante más de la cuenta
  • 2 2.1 (pregnant) [colloquial]she's six months gone
    está de seis meses [colloquial]
    2.2 (dead) [euphemistic]I think he's gone
    me parece que está muerto or que se ha muerto
    Example sentences
    • The first time, I didn't even realise I was pregnant until I was four months gone.
    • Most teenage mums won't even go to their doctor until they are six or seven months gone because they are so afraid.
  • 3 (fond of) (British English) [colloquial]to be gone on something/somebodyI'm not particularly gone on golf
    a mí no me enloquece el golf
    she's completely gone on him
    está loca or chiflada por él [colloquial]

preposition

  • (British English) they didn't arrive till gone five o'clock
    no llegaron hasta después de las cinco or hasta pasadas las cinco
    it's just gone five
    acaban de dar las cinco

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