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queda

  
      sf  
toque de queda      curfew  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
queda por aquí exp.
it's around here somewhere

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exp.
it's too small for me
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it is strictly forbidden
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it suits you
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there's only one left
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There are none left
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we've half a bottle left
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there's an odd one
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I have half left
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that's in the other direction
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it's over to the right
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there is no choice {o} alternative
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it leaves a bad taste in the mouth
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that is crystal clear
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curfew
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'queda' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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queda ridículo
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queda bastante
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no queda vino
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no queda asiento
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no queda ninguno
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queda usted detenido
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no queda café
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no queda nada
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no queda otra
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queda muy poco
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"queda": examples and translations in context
Si queda alguno, está escondiéndose. If there's anyone left at all, they're in hiding.
Dice que aun queda una oportunidad. He says that there's still a chance.
No sé cuánta fe le queda. I don't know how much faith the woman have left in her.
Y el muro queda bastante lejos. And, boy, it's a long way to the wall.
No queda sitio para el pulsímetro. There's no place to put the pulse ox.
Entonces sólo queda un asunto pendiente. Then there's just one unfinished matter to attend to.
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