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todo 1

feminine: toda

adjetivo

  • 1 1.1 (la totalidad de) invitó a toda la clase
    she invited the whole class
    ha estado llorando toda or todita la mañana [familiar]
    he's been crying all morning o the whole morning
    no lo he visto en todo el día/toda la semana
    I haven't seen him all day/all week
    todo el secreto consiste en usar un buen caldo
    the secret of the whole thing is to use good stock
    dedicó toda su vida a la investigación
    he dedicated his entire o whole life to research
    se recorrió todo México
    she traveled all over Mexico
    España toda lo acompaña
    the whole of Spain is with him
    deja las cosas tiradas por todos lados
    he leaves things lying about everywhere o all over the place
    empujó con todas sus fuerzas
    she pushed with all her might
    todas y cada una de las necesidades de su empresa
    each and every one of o all of your company's needs
    me gustan todos los deportes
    I like all sports
    todos ustedes lo sabían
    all of you knew
    you all knew
    1.2 (uso enfático) a toda velocidad
    at top speed
    a todo correr
    as fast as possible
    le dieron todo tipo or toda clase de facilidades
    they gave him every facility
    está fuera de toda duda
    it's beyond all doubt
    a todo esto
    (mientras tanto)
    meanwhile
    in the meantime
    (a propósito)
    incidentally
    by the way
    a todo esto, a Juan se lo habían llevado al hospital
    while all this was happening o meanwhile o in the meantime they had taken Juan to (the) hospital
    1.3todo lo + adjetivo o adverbiopuedes hacerlo todo lo largo que quieras
    you can make it as long as you like
  • 2 (cualquier, cada) toda persona detenida debe ser informada de sus derechos
    all detainees must be informed of their rights
    anyone who is detained must be informed of his or her rights
    todo artículo importado
    all imported items
    any imported item
    todo tipo de información
    all kinds of information
    todo aquel que se sienta capaz
    anyone who feels capable
    todos los días/los jueves/los años
    every day/Thursday/year
    todos los primeros viernes de mes
    the first Friday of every month

    Compounds

    todo terreno

    sustantivo masculino

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todo 2

sustantivo masculino

  • el/un todo
    the/a whole
    dos mitades forman un todo
    two halves make a whole
    jugarse el todo por el todo
    to risk o gamble everything on one throw

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todo 3
feminine: toda

pronombre

  • 2 (en locuciones) con todo y con eso or con todo [familiar]
    (aun así)
    all the same
    even so
    (bien mirado)
    all in all
    con todo, sigo pensando que …
    all the same o even so I still think that …
    de todo, come de todo
    she'll eat anything
    venden de todo
    they sell everything o all sorts of things
    hace de todo un poco
    he does a bit of everything
    del todo está loca del todo
    she's completely o totally mad
    fue del todo imposible
    it was absolutely o totally impossible
    eso no es del todo cierto
    that's not entirely o totally true
    y todo, estropeado y todo, este es mucho más valioso
    damaged though it is, this one is still much more valuable
    enfermo y todo, vino a trabajar
    sick as he was, he still came to work
    tuvo que venir la policía y todo [familiar]
    the police had to come and everything [familiar]
    de todas, todas [familiar], ¿es verdad? — de todas, todas
    is it true? — you bet it is! [familiar]
    ganó de todas, todas
    he won by a mile [familiar]
    me las pagará/pagarás todas juntas
    one of these days I'll get even with him/you for all of this
    no tenerlas todas consigo
    to be a little worried o uneasy
    ser todo uno, verla entrar y ponerse a llorar fue todo uno
    he saw her come in and immediately o promptly burst into tears

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