There are 2 translations of mere in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /mɪr; mɪə(r)/

adj (superlative/superlativo merest (before noun/delante del nombre))

  • simple, mero he's a mere employee es un simple or mero empleado, no es más que un empleado he's a mere child no es más que un niño the mere mention of his name makes me nervous la mera or sola mención de su nombre me pone nerviosa it's a mere formality es solo una formalidad, no es más que una formalidad, es una mera or pura formalidad a mere six months ago hace apenas seis meses merest
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    • On one side, it reduces the people depicted to mere entertainment value, insignificant frogs meant only for visual dissection.
    • They are observed, your Honour, for a number of reasons, some of which may be historical, but basically they are mere insignificant courtesies.
    • ‘I'm open-minded,’ he said, looking down at his shoes, the mere hint of a smile playing on his lips.

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There are 2 translations of mere in Spanish:

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n

  • [literary/literario] lago (masculine)
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    • Waters to head for include canals, rivers, gravel pits, lakes, ponds, meres and reservoirs.
    • Little grebes breed on ponds, small lakes and meres, flooded gravel pits and beet factory settling ponds.

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