Translation of oft in Spanish:


a menudo, adv.

Pronunciation /ɔft/ /ɑft/ /ɒft/


  • 1

    a menudo
    oft-quoted/oft-repeated muy citado/repetido
    • Those jokes will certainly be oft repeated during the course of the current federal election campaign.
    • She questioned the Government's oft repeated announcements of winning the hearts and minds of people.
    • This very familiar and oft repeated saying takes its origin from a circumstance which occurred many years ago in Carlisle.
    • There is another more serious allegation, oft repeated, that I'd like to lay to rest.
    • Similarly, the great bugbear ‘neo-liberalism’ was oft decried but never defined.
    • He even won one at Blackburn, a fact oft forgotten.
    • It was a touchstone for unity in an oft fractured region.
    • The textile industry, oft hailed as a saviour to poor countries with abundant cheap labour, hasn't boomed as expected.
    • The oft heard phrase in football is that defense wins games.
    • In this book review he discusses symbiosis in evolution, an oft neglected part of the whole evolutionary story.
    • As is oft said, we are indeed a fortunate lot to live in a city that has such good radio stations.
    • I don't suppose even the full concert version, let alone the vigil will be oft performed, which is a shame.
    • The other oft trotted-out truism is that the yard supports far more people than just the shipbuilders.
    • Did she consider this a chance to tell her personal side of an oft - reported story?
    • Despite the oft disparaging remarks about wives, we are of course a lovely bunch.
    • Finally, regardless of who ultimately holds the keys to scientific knowledge, what happens to nature, the oft purported object of science?
    • This week of the opening of the baseball season is an appropriate time to recall an incident that has oft been mistold in the retelling.
    • Yet the course of true love oft runs at the side to father's hate.
    • How oft when men are at the point of death have they been merry!
    • I don't sleep very heavily and my creative moments oft come in the latest of hours, so naturally night is my time in the summer.