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cada

Translation of cada in English:

adjetivo invariable

  • 2 2.1 (indicando progresión) See examples: íbamos cada vez más rápido
    we were going faster and faster
    la gente va cada vez menos a ese tipo de club
    people are going less and less to that kind of club
    hace cada día más calor
    it's getting hotter every day o by the day
    2.2 [familiar] (con valor ponderativo) See examples: ¡tú tienes cada idea …!
    the things you think of!
    le ha regalado cada cosa más preciosa …
    he's given her such lovely things

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