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ese 1

sustantivo femenino

  • (name of the letterS)
    hacer eses
    to zigzag
    zigzag along

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ese 2
feminine: esa

adjetivo demonstrativo plural esos, esas

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ese 3 also: ése
feminine: esa, feminine: ésa

pronombre demonstrativo plural esos, ésos esas, ésas

The Real Academia Española recommends the form without the written accent in all cases
  • 1.1
    (plural)
    those
    ese es el tuyo
    that (one) is yours
    ese es el que más me gusta
    that's the one I like most
    un reloj de esos baratos que venden por la calle
    one of those cheap watches they sell on street corners
    usually indicates disapproval when used to refer to a person
    , esa no sabe lo que dice
    [familiar]
    she doesn't know what she's talking about
    1.2esa, ésa (Correspondencia) [formal]
    (the city to which the letter is addressed)
    reside en esa
    he resides in Seville ( o Lima etc)
    1.3
    also: esas, ésas
    [familiar] (esas cosas, esos asuntos) ¡conque esas tenemos!
    so that's it!
    so that's what he's/they're up to!
    ¿todavía estás en esas?
    are you still at it?
    ¡no me vengas con esas!
    don't give me that! [familiar]

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