Learning a foreign word in isolation is not only highly inefficient but also an incomplete endeavor. The same word or phrase could mean a multitude of different things depending on the context which is why it’s imperative that we learn them in their context. The usage examples presented here draw from Opus Corpus®, one of the world’s largest assortment of text from open-source books, news commentary, subtitles, and much more. These translations are, however, largely unverified and must be taken with a pinch of salt.
Please use this page only for context lookups and not verb conjugations or detailed translations. You can enter text in either English or Spanish and the program will automatically guess the language it belongs to. Keep your inputs to within 20 characters (that should be long enough to handle most English or Spanish words you might have in mind).