There are 3 translations of minute in Spanish:

minute1

n

/ˈmɪnət; ˈmɪnɪt/
  • 1 1.1 (unit of time) minuto (masculine) seven minutes to eight las ocho menos siete minutos, siete minutos para las ocho (Latin America except River Plate area/América Latina excepto Río de la Plata) to the minute con suma precisión a 30-minute speech un discurso de 30 minutos two minutes' o a two-minute silence dos minutos de silencio he lives about five minutes from here vive a unos cinco minutos de aquí there's one born every minute [set phrase/frase hecha] ¡hay cada idiota …! [colloquial/familiar] (before noun/delante del nombre) minute hand minutero (masculine) minute steak filete (masculine) (delgado)
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    • Use different units: months, weeks and days, even hours, minutes and seconds.
    • Keighley had to play the first ten minutes of the second period with only 14 men.
    • Gavin Chapman came in with an overall time of four hours, twenty five minutes and nine seconds.
    1.2 (short period) minuto (masculine), momento (masculine) wait a minute, I'll be with you directly espera un minuto or un momento, enseguida estoy contigo I'll do it in a minute espera un momento, enseguida lo hago I won't be a minute no tardo ni un minuto could I see you for a minute? ¿puedo hablar contigo un momento? never for a minute have I regretted my decision ni por un momento he lamentado mi decisión one minute green's fashionable, the next nobody's wearing it de pronto se pone de moda el verde y al poco rato ya nadie lo usa you can't leave him alone for a minute no se lo puede dejar solo ni un minuto without a minute to spare en el último minuto it's just minutes to go now before the opening of the show solo faltan unos minutos para que comience la función thank goodness you're here, and not a minute too soon! ¡menos mal que has llegado! ¡en buena hora!
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    • Think about the bit in the brackets for a minute.
    • Well, let's get to Mohamed Atta for a minute because you mentioned him as well.
    • And then, once they'd turned their backs for a minute to do something else, we could see my pizza catch fire and eventually blacken to a cinder.
    1.3 (instant) minuto (masculine) I enjoyed every minute of the vacation disfruté de las vacaciones al máximo it was difficult, but worth every minute fue difícil pero mereció la pena they'll be here any minute (now) llegarán de un momento a otro, están al caer [colloquial/familiar] at this very minute en este preciso instante at the last minute a última hora to leave sth to o till o until the last minute dejar algo para el último momento go to bed this minute! ¡vete a la cama ahora mismo or en este mismo instante!
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    • It is amazing that your life can turn in an instant, one minute enjoying a social event, the next lying face down in the gutter, or in a cell somewhere.
    • One minute you're angry and the next minute you're happy.
    1.4the minute (as conjunction/como conjunción) en cuanto the minute (that) I saw the house en cuanto vi la casa
  • 2 (of arc) minuto (masculine)
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    • To have any chance of affecting a pilot's vision, a would-be terrorist would have to be capable of keeping the beam pointed to an accuracy of 3 minutes of arc, one-tenth the diameter of a Full Moon.
    • He had just invented a new instrument: a prototype sextant with arms nearly six feet in length and a scale graduated to single minutes of arc.
    • But Kepler found a discrepancy of eight minutes of arc between the observed and predicted positions of the planet.

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There are 3 translations of minute in Spanish:

minute2

adj

/maɪˈnuːt; maɪˈnjuːt/
  • 1.1 (very small) [amount] mínimo; [object] diminuto
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    • Resuscitation may have dislodged it and allowed minute food particles to pass into the lower respiratory tract.
    • Nothing whatsoever, not even the most minute particle, exists independently or permanently on its own.
    • Saudi Arabia has more Red Sea coastline than any other nation, yet only a minute fraction is accessible to divers.
    1.2 (detailed) (before noun/delante del nombre) [scrutiny/examination/care] minucioso
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    • His winning is no longer a story, his losing guarantees him a hard time and minute analysis of everything from his serve to his choice of coach.
    • The small percipient eyes are screwed up, and wrinkled from his repeated minute scrutinies.
    • The pair had camped in the video room for most of the night, watching the security tapes with minute scrutiny.

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There are 3 translations of minute in Spanish:

minute3

vt

/ˈmɪnət; ˈmɪnɪt/
  • [meeting/discussion] levantar (el) acta de he asked that his dissent should be minuted quiso que constara en acta(s) que estaba en desacuerdo
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    • Incredibly, not a single meeting is minuted, and no recordings are made.
    • As the meeting was not minuted, I wrote a letter to you after this meeting to ensure that there would be no misunderstanding.
    • I don't recall who asked the question, or if the meeting was properly minuted, but the response was that the traffic model showed that Staverton would be a ‘pinch-point somewhere that drivers would avoid’.

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The Cortes Generales is the Spanish Parliament, consisting of two houses, the lower house or Congreso de los Diputados and the upper house or Senado. It is a legislative body, approves state budgets, and exercises other powers relating to international treaties and agreements, the autonomous regions and appointments to posts in institutions such as the Tribunal Constitucional.