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uno 1

feminine: una

adjetivo

  • 2 2.1 (único) la solución es una
    there's only one solution
    2.2 (único e indivisible) Dios es uno
    God is one
    ser uno y lo mismo, llegar mi hermano y empezar a pelearnos es uno y lo mismo
    as soon as o the minute my brother arrives we start arguing

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uno 2
feminine: una

pronombre

  • 1 (numeral) 12 votos a favor y uno en contra
    12 votes in favor and one against
    ¿quieres media o una entera?
    do you want a half or a whole one?
    iban entrando de a uno/una
    they were going in one at a time o one by one
    un pasillo de tres por uno
    a corridor three meters (long) by one (wide)
    los revisé uno por uno
    I went through them one by one
    es la una hoy es uno de abril (esp (Spain) )
    today is the first of April
    más de uno/una [colloquial], más de una va a lamentar su partida
    there'll be quite a few sorry to see him go [colloquial]
    eso le debe haber molestado a más de uno
    that must have annoyed quite a few people o a number of people
    (ni) una [colloquial]
    not a thing [colloquial]
    a ese no se le va (ni) una
    he doesn't miss a thing
    no le aguanta (ni) una al marido
    she won't put up with any nonsense from her husband
    no dar or (Chile) ver (ni) una [colloquial], los meteorólogos no dan or ven ni una
    the weathermen just never get it right [colloquial]
    no doy or veo una
    I can't get a thing right [colloquial]
    I can't seem to get anything right
    una de dos
    one thing or the other
    ver tb unauna y no más, Santo Tomás (Spain) [colloquial], lo pasamos horrible, una y no más, Santo Tomás
    we had a terrible time, never again!
    ¿puedo comer una? — bueno, pero una y no más, Santo Tomás
    can I have one? — OK, but just one and that's your lot o and no more [colloquial]
  • 3 [colloquial] (alguien) (masculino)
    some man [colloquial]
    this man [colloquial]
    (femenino)
    some woman [colloquial]
    this woman [colloquial]
    les preguntamos a unos que estaban allí
    we asked some people who were there
    we asked these people who were there [colloquial]
  • 4 (uso impersonal) restaurantes donde se sirve uno mismo
    restaurants where you serve yourself
    restaurants where one serves oneself [formal]
    ¡qué horror cuando le dicen a uno que está gordo! or a una que está gorda!
    isn't it awful when people tell you you're fat!

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uno 3

sustantivo masculino

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