Traducción de until en Español:


hasta que, conj.

Pronunciación /ˌənˈtɪl/ /ənˈtɪl/

Ver definición en Español de hasta


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    hasta que
    he always waits until I arrive siempre espera hasta que yo llego / llegue
    • please wait until I arrive por favor espera hasta que yo llegue
    • she didn't go to bed until Tom got back no se acostó hasta que Tom (no) volvió
    • I knew she wouldn't go to bed until Tom got back yo sabía que no se iba a acostar hasta que Tom (no) volviera
    • give it to me — not until you say you're sorry dámelo — hasta que (no) pidas perdón, no (te lo doy)
    • it was not until she spoke that I realized who she was hasta que (no) habló, no me di cuenta de quién era
    • This one had sat in a tobacco tin for generations until it was valued at a coin fair.
    • He added that the glass was replaced but lasted for less than a month until this week.
    • They will be kept there until fines have been paid and if they are not they will be crushed.
    • We have lost a lot of stock and are unable to assess the damage until the water levels drop.
    • Pour it into a saucepan and heat until the flour is cooked and the sauce is thickened.
    • They will be kept away from other bees until it is confirmed they are free of disease.
    • Roast at the top of the oven, turning once or twice until the skin is crisp and golden.
    • The rules are due to change but until then it still pays you to keep your mileage up.
    • It cannot be long until the first offers appear to pay us a modest fee to sign up to their system.
    • If you want to book a seat in it you'll have to wait until April as they're all booked up.
    • There is a limit on how much you can send and withdraw until you gain verified status.
    • As soon as the flames go out, add the cider and boil until the liquid has reduced by half.
    • By the way you only have until the end of September to lend your support to this idea.
    • Up until then it had been very hard on some levels because my family moved around a lot.
    • They can then remain in the property until they die or have to move into a nursing home.
    • You never quite know how a poem sounds until your hear it coming out of a pair of speakers.
    • The site will not be able to accept this sort of waste until the area is declared safe.
    • He is a natural left side player and was doing a good job for us until he was injured.
    • If I can get fit and play until the end of the season, it will give me a new lease of life.
    • You pay by the hour so you can play as many frames as you like until your time runs out.


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    he's / he'll be in London until Monday está/estará en Londres hasta el lunes
    • until now/then hasta ahora/entonces
    • he's not coming until tomorrow no viene hasta mañana