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American English: /ˈeɪprəl/
British English: /ˈeɪpr(ɪ)l/

Translation of April in Spanish:


  • (before noun) April fool!
    ¡que la inocencia te valga! (River Plate area)
    to play an April fool on somebody
    gastarle or hacerle una inocentada a alguien
    April Fools' Day
    el día de los (Santos) Inocentes
    (en EEUU y GB se celebra el 1o de abril)
    April showers bring May flowers
    en abril, aguas mil
    it's just an April shower
    no es más que una nube or un chaparrón de verano
    see also January
    Example sentences
    • What we looked at for month after month from July to April, was shiny lines on a black surface.
    • The centre would open from April to October each year and by appointment at other times.
    • One of the wettest and windiest Aprils in recent years has caused temperatures to drop so much the young birds are finding it unbearable.

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