Translation: from spanish

we had a great time

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  • had a great time — had a lot of fun, was very entertained …   English contemporary dictionary

  • time — [[t]ta͟ɪm[/t]] ♦ times, timing, timed 1) N UNCOUNT Time is what we measure in minutes, hours, days, and years. ...a two week period of time... Time passed, and still Ma did not appear... As time went on the visits got more and more regular... The …   English dictionary

  • time — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 what is measured in minutes, hours, days, etc. TIME + VERB ▪ elapse, go by, pass ▪ As time went by we saw less and less of each other. ▪ The changing seasons mark the passing of time …   Collocations dictionary

  • time — n. unlimited duration entire period of existence 1) time flies; passes 2) in time (we exist in time and space) unlimited future period 3) time will tell (time will tell if we are right) 4) in time (in time everything will be forgotten) moment… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • great — /greIt/ adjective VERY GOOD 1 spoken a) very good; excellent: We had a great time at the fair. | You can come after all? Great! | It s great to see you again! b) used when you really think that something is not good, satisfactory or enjoyable at… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • great — greatness, n. /grayt/, adj., greater, greatest, adv., n., pl. greats, (esp. collectively) great, interj. adj. 1. unusually or comparatively large in size or dimensions: A great fire destroyed nearly half the city …   Universalium

  • great — /greɪt / (say grayt) adjective 1. unusually or comparatively large in size or dimensions: a great house; a great lake; a great fire. 2. large in number; numerous: a great many. 3. unusual or considerable in degree: great pain. 4. notable or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • great — adj. & n. adj. 1 a of a size, amount, extent, or intensity considerably above the normal or average; big (made a great hole; take great care; lived to a great age). b also with implied surprise, admiration, contempt, etc., esp. in exclamations… …   Useful english dictionary

  • great — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English grete, from Old English grēat; akin to Old High German grōz large Date: before 12th century 1. a. notably large in size ; huge b. of a kind characterized by relative largeness used in plant and animal names… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • great — adjective 1) they showed great interest Syn: considerable, substantial, significant, appreciable, special, serious; exceptional, extraordinary Ant: little 2) a great expanse of water Syn …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • great — adjective 1) they showed great interest Syn: considerable, substantial, significant, serious, exceptional, extraordinary 2) a great expanse of water Syn: large, big, extensive, expansive …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary


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