There are 4 main translations of este in English:

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este 1

adjetivo invariable

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There are 4 main translations of este in English:

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este 2

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Ubicado en el este de la Capital en un agradable clima de montaña.
  • Para mi este tiene personalidad, es un compañero como Wilson, la pelota que acompaña al personaje de Tom Hanks en El Náufrago.
  • El norte de África cambiará como cambió hace 20 años el este europeo.

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There are 4 main translations of este in English:

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este 3 also: esta

adjetivo demonstrativo plural estos, estas

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There are 4 main translations of este in English:

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este 4 also: éste
also: feminine: esta, feminine: ésta

pronombre demonstrativo plural estos, éstos estas, éstas

The Real Academia Española recommends the unaccented form in all cases
  • 1.1
    (plural)
    este es el mío
    this (one) is mine
    un día de estos este es el que yo quería
    this is the one I wanted
    se dirigió a Rodrigo, pero este no respondió [literario]
    she spoke to Rodrigo but he didn't reply
    Alfonso y Andrés, este de pie, aquel sentado [literario]
    … Alfonso and Andrés, the former sitting down and the latter standing
    sometimes indicates irritation, emphasis or disapproval, esp when referring to a person not previously mentioned
    , ¡qué niña esta!
    este fue y le contó todo [familiar]
    he went and told her everything
    this idiot ( o twit etc) went and told her everything
    1.2esta, ésta [formal] (en cartas, documentos)
    (the city in which the letter is written)
    residente en esta
    resident in Seville ( o Lima etc)

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