¿Sabías que...?: El trillón estadounidense equivale a un billón europeo.
or / o
 
or   [ɔ:r]   -conjunction
1. (giving alternative)   o   (before o-, ho-)   u   (between numerals)   ó
·would you like tea or coffee?
·¿quieres o café?
·seven or eight
·siete u ocho
·men or women
·mujeres u hombres
·15 or 16
·15 ó 16
·let me go or I'll scream!
·¡suélteme, o me pongo a gritar!
·hurry up or you'll miss the bus
·date prisa, que vas a perder el autobúnoun
a. rain or [no] rain, you've got to go =   con lluvia o sin lluvia, tienes que ir
b. [not] ... or ... =   no ... ni ...
·he didn't write or telephone
·no escribió ni telefoneó
·I don't eat meat or fish
·no como carne ni pescado
·she can't dance or singular
·no sabe bailar ni cantar
c. 20 or [so] =   unos veinte,   veinte masculineánoun o menos
·an hour or so
·una hora masculineánoun o menos
d. [without] relatives or friends =   sin parientes ni amigos
either  
else  
2. (=that is)   es decir
·botany, or the science of plants
·botánica, es decir la ciencia que estudia las plantas
·or rather ...
·o mejor dicho ...,   o masculineánoun bien ...
 
OR
 
OR
-abbreviation
1. operations or operational research
2. (United States)   Oregon
3. (Sport)   Olympic record
 
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