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January
American English: /ˈdʒænjəˌwɛri/
British English: /ˈdʒanjʊ(ə)ri/

Translation of January in Spanish:

noun

  • January 24
    24 de enero
    on the first of January
    el primero or (in Spain also) el uno de enero
    in January
    en enero
    early in January, in early January
    a principios or a primeros de enero
    in the middle of January at the end of January
    a fines or a finales de enero
    every January
    cada enero
    todos los eneros
    he left last January
    se fue en enero pasado
    se fue el pasado enero
    next January
    el próximo enero or el enero que viene
    there are 31 days in January
    (before noun) (sales/day)
    de enero
    Example sentences
    • Of note is the rise in mean minimum temperatures for January, the coolest month of the year.
    • I worked in Lancashire for a few years, and in my first January there it rained every day.
    • In January, heavy seas swept a family of five off an exposed coastal road to their deaths.

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