above


above
adj.
1 anteriormente citado, susodicho, citado anteriormente.
2 de arriba.
adv.
1 (en general)
the tenants (of the flat) above los inquilinos de arriba
to have a view from above ver desde arriba
imposed from above impuesto(a) desde arriba
2 (referencia anterior en libros, documentos)
the paragraph above el párrafo anterior
as noted above,… como se dice más arriba,…
3 (con números)
women aged eighteen and above las mujeres a partir de los dieciocho años
4 arriba, más arriba.
5 encima.
prep.
1 por encima de (physically)
2 (con números)
above twenty por encima de veinte
above $100 más de 100 dólares
the temperature didn't rise above 10°C la temperatura no pasó de o superó los 10 grados
3 (en orden de importancia)
above all por encima de todo, sobre todo
he is above me está por encima de mí
4 (no sujeto a)
to be above suspicion estar libre de sospecha
she thinks she's above criticism cree que está por encima de las críticas
5 (superior a)
he thinks he's above all that cree que hacer eso sería humillarse
he's not above telling the occasional lie incluso él miente de vez en cuando
to get above oneself darse muchos humos
6 arriba de.
s.
1 the above -> lo antedicho, lo anterior.
2 the above -> lo alto.

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