entrebetween: المعنى، والتعريفات، والترجمات
قاموس اللغة الإسبانية%dictionary_xs%الإنكليزية
ما معنىentre؟ معنى entre هو between
Prep. Denotes the situation or state between two or more things or actions: this village is between Asturias and León.
Inside of, in the interior: put it between the pages of a book.
Express intermediate state: his eyes were between Greens and Browns.
In a collectivity: was a secret Rite among Masons.
Indicate collaboration or participation: we will do it among all.
Intr. Go from outside inside, or on the one hand to get into another: it entered through a window. So is prnl.
Fit or get one thing into another, or inside another: this pants no longer fit me.
Penetrate or enter: the thorn entered the flesh.
Start being part of a company, institution, etc.: it entered as buttons.
Whether it's seasons or any other part of the year, start or start: we're already entering the fall.
Be admitted or have entry somewhere: let's see if she gets into the race she wants.
When it comes to affections, moods, illnesses, etc., start to let yourself feel or exert its influence: entering the mood, the laughter.
Fit a certain part or number of things into something: only four people enter the elevator.
To be found, to have part in the composition of certain things: this ingredient did not enter the recipe.
Addressing a person, or exerting influence over them: Javier has nowhere to enter.
Be nice to have a meal or drink: this wine comes in like water.
Along with the preposition to and the infinitive of other verbs, to start their action: to enter to reign.
Followed by the preposition in and a name, start to feel what this name means: warm up.
Followed by the preposition in and of a name, intervene or take part in what this name means: enter a business.
Followed by preposition in and significant old voices, start to be the one mentioned: enter adolescence, in your thirties.
Mús. Start singing or playing at the right time: enter the wind section.
Tr. Enter or enter: Bring your friend in.
dep. Hindering the game from an opponent coming out to meet him: he came in from the left and knocked him down.
don't give one a loc. col thing. Disgust her, not be her approval or not believe her: I don't get salmon.
loc. col. Not being able to learn or understand it: this lesson does not enter me.