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mira

Translation of mira in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (Río de la Plata) (perspectiva) See examples: ¿están por terminar? — ¡ni miras!
    are you nearly finished? — nowhere near! o you must be joking!
    [familiar]
    llevan tres años de novios pero no tienen miras de casarse
    they've been going out for three years but they don't have any plans to marry
Example sentences
  • Me oriento en buscar empleos con gran nivel de responsabilidad, con miras a resultados.
  • Prueba de ello es que nunca antes se había visto a los pilotos nacionales trabajando con tanta anticipación con miras a una próxima temporada.
  • Todo lo que los candidatos deben saber con miras a las elecciones.

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