acabado en Inglés

Pronunciación
adv. all over

Ejemplos

Acabé la actividad.
I finished the activity.
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¿¡”Buen negocio!?, con diez clientes más como esta mujer, Vittorio Martini acaba sus días en un asilo de locos. ¡Mamá mía!, ¡qué dolor de cabeza! Dame una aspirina, niño, por favor.
“Good business?! With ten more customers like this woman, Vittorio Martini will end his days in a lunatic asylum. Mamma mia! What a headache! Give me an aspirin, boy, please.”
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“No, Ricardo, esta noche no. Mejor mañana; ellos acaban de mudarse y todavía deben tener todo sin arreglar.”
“No, Ricardo, not tonight. It would be better to go tomorrow; they have just moved in, and must still have to arrange everything.”
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Bob, contéstele que Molina acaba de llamar. Que viene para acá en seguida.
Bob, answer that Molina just called; that he is coming over here soon.
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Vamos a la sala y dispensen el desorden y todo tan sucio pero, como ustedes saben, acabamos de mudarnos y todavía no hemos tenido tiempo de arreglar nada.
Come into the living room, and please excuse the mess. Everything is so dirty but, as you know, we have just moved and have not yet had time to arrange anything.
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Fred Robinson, su esposa, Virginia, y dos hijas, Jane y Ruth, habían llegado a Surlandia dos semanas antes de mudarse a la casa que acababan de alquilar en Bellavista.
Fred Robinson, his wife, Virginia, and two daughters, Jane and Ruth, had arrived in Surlandia two weeks before moving into the house they have just rented in Bellavista.
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Acaba de volver de Cuba.
He/She has just returned from Cuba.
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¿Cuánto costaba la televisión que acababan de comprar?
How much did the television cost that they had just bought?
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¿Cómo se debe tratar a las personas que acabamos de conocer, de ‘tú’ o de ‘usted’?
How should you address people you have just met, with ‘tú’ or ‘usted’?
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Pero, por fin, la agencia ha podido alquilarla esta semana a la familia de un señor norteamericano que acaba de llegar a Surlandia para trabajar en la Embajada de los Estados Unidos.
However, finally, the agency was able to rent it this week to the family of an American man who has just arrived in Surlandia to work at the embassy of the United States.
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