Translation of iota in Spanish:
- (usually with negative/generalmente con negativo) pizca (feminine), ápice (masculine) there's not an iota of truth in it no hay ni un ápice de verdad en elloExample sentences
- I don't believe home advantage makes an iota of difference anymore in Gaelic football.
- I say this next bit without an iota of hyperbole.
- Much to her credit, no amount of upbraiding or name-calling has moved her an iota.
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