Translation: from spanish

be all too familiar with

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  • too — W1S1 [tu:] adv [: Old English; Origin: to to, too ] 1.) [+ adjective/adverb] more than is acceptable or possible ▪ Do you think the music s too loud? ▪ You ve put too much salt in the soup. ▪ There are too many cars on the road. much/far too ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • too — [ tu ] adverb *** Too is used in the following ways: as an ordinary adverb (before an adjective or adverb or before much, many, few, etc.): You re too young to understand politics. as a way of showing how a sentence, clause, or phrase is related… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • familiar — 1 adjective 1 EASY TO RECOGNIZE someone or something that is familiar is easy to recognize because you have seen or heard them many times before: a familiar tune | vaguely familiar (=a little familiar): Her face seems vaguely familiar, but I can… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • familiar — fa|mil|iar [ fə mıljər ] adjective *** 1. ) well known to you or easily recognized by you: People are more relaxed in familiar surroundings. familiar to: The name Harry Potter will be familiar to many readers. vaguely familiar: His face looked… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • familiar */*/*/ — UK [fəˈmɪlɪə(r)] / US [fəˈmɪljər] adjective 1) well known to you, or easily recognized by you People are more relaxed in familiar surroundings. familiar to: The name Harry Potter will be familiar to many readers. vaguely familiar: His face looked …   English dictionary

  • familiar — adj. 1 well known VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound ▪ The place felt faintly familiar to me. ▪ become …   Collocations dictionary

  • familiar — adj. known 1) familiar to (is this area familiar to you?) 2) (misc.) all too familiar acquainted 3) thoroughly familiar 4) familiar with (are you familiar with the details?) * * * [fə mɪlɪə] (misc.) all too familiar [ acquainted ] thoroughly… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • familiar — fa|mil|i|ar1 W2S2 [fəˈmıliə US ər] adj [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: familier, from Latin familia; FAMILY] 1.) someone or something that is familiar is well known to you and easy to recognize ▪ a familiar tune look/sound familiar ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • familiar*/*/ — [fəˈmɪliə] adj 1) well known to you, or easily recognized by you Ant: unfamiliar People are more relaxed in familiar surroundings.[/ex] His face looked vaguely familiar but I couldn t think why.[/ex] I m pleased to see so many familiar faces here …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • too */*/*/ — UK [tuː] / US [tu] adverb Summary: Too is used in the following ways: as an ordinary adverb (before an adjective or adverb or before much , many , few etc): You re too young to understand politics. as a way of showing how a sentence, clause, or… …   English dictionary

  • familiar — /fəˈmɪljə / (say fuh milyuh) adjective 1. commonly or generally known or seen: a familiar sight; a sight familiar to us all. 2. well acquainted; thoroughly conversant: to be familiar with a subject; to be familiar with a method; to be familiar… …   Australian English dictionary


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