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Ejemplos de frases que contienen before

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We were home three weeks before it went off. The Sun (2016) Things got worse before they got better. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We spoke about it before the match and that is what we did. The Sun (2016)We have a point and it felt positive because it was one more than before the game. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This means drawing up a list before you leave home and being disciplined about sticking to it. The Sun (2016)The pupil gave me a rather bemused look before saying he had been last night and preferred their pizzas. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While not the account of a careful historian it gives a tremendous feel for their life before fame took over. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She had also been married before. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For away games you rarely get to bed before 3am and then the adrenalin keeps you awake for longer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His dad and brothers said goodbye before his life support was turned off. The Sun (2009)Most change involves some risk and often things get worse before they get better. Atkinson, Jacqueline M Coping with Stress at Work (1988)The world would have to wait another fifty years before work would finally get under way. Arthur Herman THE SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT: The Scots' Invention of the Modern World (2002)Real champions make their move about six weeks before the end of the season. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Their evaluation of the evidence before them was one which an appeal court should respect. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Wearing trainers that are still sweaty from the day before can also cause problems. Times, Sunday Times (2016) See it before the sea washes it all away. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It seems only a matter of time before other investment banks wade in. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We make sure one is absorbed into the family before we add another. Times, Sunday Times (2008)When you have been in situations before you have an understanding of what needs to be done. The Sun (2014)The worrying thing is not many people realise what is happening before their eyes. The Sun (2013)This means that before anything else it matters where we look. Christianity Today (2000)It has seen targets come and go before. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They had been bombarding the city for days before they attempted to storm the walls. Andy Dougan THE HUNTING OF MAN (2004)And how different is this to life before the revolution? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Friends who lived in cities heard about new things before we did. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They existed long before we did. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And don't buy anything until the week before departure. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or rather it was before the Olympics came along. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He had pledged to end the war in Afghanistan before he leaves office. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It then shows them leaving the club together shortly before 3am. The Sun (2011)Far better all these matters are thrashed out before he joins rather than coming to a head a bit further down the line. The Sun (2013)

Sinónimos de before

earlier than, ahead of, prior to, in advance of
in front of, ahead of, in advance of, to the fore of
in the presence of, in front of, before the eyes of
ahead of, in front of, in advance of
in preference to, over, rather than, above
previously, earlier, sooner, in advance
in the past, earlier, once, previously
in front, ahead, in advance, in the lead

Tendencias de before

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Traducciones de before

Inglés británico: before /bɪˈfɔː/ ADVERB
You use before when you are talking about a previous time.
The war had ended only a month before.
  • Inglés americano: before
  • Árabe: قَبْلَ
  • Portugués brasileño: antes
  • Chino: 以前
  • Croata: ranije
  • Checo: předtím
  • Danés: før
  • Holandés: vroeger
  • Español europeo: antes antes
  • Finlandés: aiemmin
  • Francés: avant
  • Alemán: davor
  • Griego: προηγουμένως
  • Italiano: prima
  • Japonés: 以前に
  • Coreano: 앞에
  • Noruego: før
  • Polaco: wcześniej
  • Portugués: antes
  • Rumano: înainte
  • Ruso: прежде
  • Español: antes
  • Sueco: före
  • Tailandés: ก่อน
  • Turco: önceden
  • Ucraniano: раніше
  • Vietnamita: trước
Inglés británico: before /bɪˈfɔː/ CONJUNCTION
If you do something before someone else, you do it when they have not yet done it.
Before I got to the ball, someone else kicked it away.
  • Inglés americano: before
  • Árabe: قَبْلَ أَنْ
  • Portugués brasileño: antes que
  • Chino: 在...之前
  • Croata: prije
  • Checo: dříve než
  • Danés: før
  • Holandés: voordat
  • Español europeo: antes de que
  • Finlandés: ennen kuin
  • Francés: avant que
  • Alemán: bevor
  • Griego: προτού
  • Italiano: prima
  • Japonés: ・・・する前に
  • Coreano: ...하기 전에
  • Noruego: heller enn
  • Polaco: zanim
  • Portugués: antes que
  • Rumano: înainte
  • Ruso: до того как
  • Español: antes de que
  • Sueco: innan
  • Tailandés: ก่อนที่
  • Turco: önce
  • Ucraniano: перш ніж
  • Vietnamita: trước
Inglés británico: before /bɪˈfɔː/ PREPOSITION
If one thing happens before another thing, it happens earlier than it.
My birthday is just before his.
  • Inglés americano: before
  • Árabe: أَمَام
  • Portugués brasileño: antes
  • Chino: 在...之前
  • Croata: prije
  • Checo: před
  • Danés: før
  • Holandés: voor
  • Español europeo: antes de
  • Finlandés: ennen
  • Francés: avant
  • Alemán: vor
  • Griego: πριν από
  • Italiano: prima
  • Japonés: ・・・の前に
  • Coreano: (…보다) 앞에
  • Noruego: før
  • Polaco: przed
  • Portugués: antes
  • Rumano: înainte de
  • Ruso: перед
  • Español: antes de
  • Sueco: före
  • Tailandés: ก่อนที่
  • Turco: önünde
  • Ucraniano: перед
  • Vietnamita: trước


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