mira translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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mira

  
      sf  
1      (Mil, Téc)   sight  
MODISMOS estar con o tener la mira puesta en algo      to have one's sights set on sth  
  mira de bombardeo   bombsight  
  mira telescópica   telescopic sight
2    (=intención)   aim, intention  
con la mira de hacer algo      with the aim of doing sth  
con miras a      with a view to  
llevar una mira interesada      to have (only) one's own interests at heart  
tener miras sobre algo/algn      to have designs on sth/sb  
3    miras   (=actitud)  
corto de miras      narrow-minded  
amplio o ancho de miras      (=tolerante)   broad-minded  
de miras estrechas      narrow-minded  
4    estar a la mira      to be on the lookout  
  ( de      for)  
5    (=torre)   watchtower  
(=puesto)  
lookout post
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
mira mucho el dinero exp.
he's very careful with money

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he doesn't think of the difficulties
exp.
to have (only) one's own interests at heart
exp.
OK, just leave it, will you?
exp.
look, a mouse!
exp.
as for
exp.
the house faces south
nm.
angle of sight
exp.
to be on the lookout
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'mira' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
¡mira!
exp.
¡mira!
exp.
¡mira!
exp.
mira, amigo
exp.
mira, macho
[Iron.]
exp.
mira, amigo
exp.
¡mira esto!
exp.
¡mira esto!
exp.
¡mira esto!
exp.
¡mira nomás!
"mira": examples and translations in context
Y mira cómo cambia el destino. And see how fate turns around.
Mejor mira si lleva una pistola. Better see if he has a gun.
Dice que mira fotografía siete días. He say he look at photograph for seven days.
Madre mía, mira este arsenal. Madre mia, look at this arsenal.
Se mira al espejo... hachís. She's looking into the mirror... hash.
Katie mira unas cubetas para playa. Katie's looking at these beach pails.
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