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víspera

Translation of víspera in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 1 (día anterior) See examples: lo había visto la víspera del accidente
    she had seen him the day before the accident
    she had seen him on the eve of the accident
    [literario]
    los sábados y vísperas de fiesta
    on Saturdays and days prior to public holidays
    este plato puede prepararse la víspera
    this dish can be prepared the day before
Example sentences
  • Las obras de reconstrucción de la tradicional avenida brasileña finalizarán en vísperas del próximo carnaval carioca.
  • El zinc operó en 2,272 dólares, sin cambios respecto a la víspera.
  • Pero es curioso que el proclamado cambio del nacionalista sea visible justo en las vísperas de una elección.

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