Spanish translation of 'of course'
cómo no (esp LAm),
sí pues (S Cone)
⇒ of course! I should have known
¡pero si está claro! me lo tenía que haber imaginado
⇒ "can I have a drink?" — "of course you can"
—¿puedo tomar algo de beber? —claro or desde luego or por supuesto que sí
⇒ I've read about her in the papers, of course
por supuesto, la conozco de los periódicos
⇒ of course, I may be wrong
claro que puedo estar confundido
⇒ of course not!(answering)
¡claro que no!,
¡por supuesto que no!
⇒ "can I go?" — "of course not or of course you can't"
—¿puedo ir? —claro que no or ni hablar or por supuesto que no
Example Sentences Including 'of course'
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Of course, one way to maintain the relief would be to delay the deal until the three years have passed.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Things will still get handed down or passed on in the old way, of course.The Constraints of Corporate Tradition (1987)
In his mild way, of course, he would claim to be above such low loathing.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
There's another way, of course.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
In one way this, of course, is very comforting news.Eczema Relief - the comprehensive self-help plan (1990)
Nostalgia can be deployed both ways, of course.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Of course, I said yes and we chatted and joked all the way and got on really well.The Sun (2016)
Of course, this way of seeing things raises as many questions as it answers.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
There are of course as many ways to lift up our troops as there are soldiers.Christianity Today (2000)
In a small way of course.AUTHENTICITY: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life (2003)
No such economic inducement comes free, of course; we will pay for it in one way or another.Fire and Ice - the Greenhouse Effect, Ozone Depletion, and Nuclear Winter (1990)
Trends of 'of course'
Extremely Common. of course is one of the 1000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'of course' in Other Languages
British English: of course ADVERB
You say of course to suggest that something is normal, obvious, or well-known, and should therefore not surprise the person you are talking to.
Of course there were lots of other interesting things at the exhibition.
Nearby words of 'of course'
Translation of of course from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary