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phrase / frase
phrase   [freɪz]
A. -noun
1. (grammar, music)   frase (f)
·noun/verb phrase
frase (f) nominal/verbal
2. (=expression)   frase (f)
·she had picked up some useful phrases
·había aprendido algunas frases útiles
·I think, to use or to borrow your phrase, that ...
·creo que, usando tus propias palabras, ...
3. (=idiom)   locuciónoun (f),   giro (m)
B. -transitive verb
1. (orally)   expresar,   formular
·I should have phrased that better
·debería haberlo expresado or formulado mejor
2. (in writing)   redactar,   expresar
·can we phrase that differently?
·¿podemos redactar or expresar eso de otro modo?
·a [carefully] phrased letter
·una carta redactada con cuidado
3. (music)   frasear
C. -compound
·phrase book   -noun   libro (m) de frases
·phrase marker   -noun   (linguistics)   marcador (m) de frase
·phrase structure   -noun   (linguistics)   estructura (f) de frase
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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