the earliest day translation | English-Spanish dictionary

the earliest day adv. adj.
el primer día

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
adv.
desde los primeros días
adv. adj.
desde las primeras veces
exp.
en la primera oportunidad
exp.
cuanto antes
exp.
lo más pronto que lo podré hacer será el martes
exp.
ocurrirá en marzo como muy pronto
exp.
cuanto antes empecemos, antes terminaremos
exp.
como muy pronto
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earnest, earl, early, easterly

"the earliest day": examples and translations in context
But our houses have been allied since the earliest days of the Republic. Pero nuestras casas han sido aliadas desde los primeros días de la República.
Since the earliest days, the people of the South Pacific have been great travellers. Desde tiempos inmemoriales, los pueblos del Pacífico Sur han sido grandes viajeros.
It's from the earliest days of the republic. Es de los primeros días de la república.
My house and his have been allied since the earliest days of the Republic. Mi casa y la suya han sido aliadas desde los primeros días de la República.
From the earliest days of the motion picture, filmmakers and audiences have been fascinated with special effects. Desde los inicios del cine, los cineastas y el público se han sentido atraídos por los efectos especiales.
Castor: Zuse has been around since the earliest days of the gaming grid. Zuse ha estados varios días por el juego del grid.
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