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sustantivo femenino

  • 3a medias (locución adverbial) 3.1 (de manera incompleta) See examples: dejó el trabajo a medias
    he left the work half-finished
    me dijo la verdad a medias
    she didn't tell me the whole truth o story
    lo arregló a medias
    he didn't fix it properly
    3.2 (entre dos) See examples: voy a comprar un número de lotería ¿vamos a medias?
    I'm going to buy a lottery ticket. Do you want to go halves?
    pagar a medias
    to pay half each
    go halves
    lo hicimos a medias
    we did it between us
Example sentences
  • Sin embargo, con Amanda ese talento funcionaba a medias.
  • La típica costumbre peruana de hacer las cosas a medias.
  • Para comparar medias se utilizó la t de Student.

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