in


in
prep.
Used only in composition, where it has generally a negative signification, as incapaz, incapable. (Latin)
m.
indium.
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adjetivo invariable <discoteca> trendy (colloq)

lo que está muy in — the in thing (colloq), the trendy thing (colloq)

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* in absentia = in absentia.
* in situ = on-site [on site/onsite], in situ.
* in vitro = in vitro.
* localizado in situ = locally mounted, locally based [locally-based].
* montado in situ = locally mounted.
* prueba in situ = field test.
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adjetivo invariable <discoteca> trendy (colloq)

lo que está muy in — the in thing (colloq), the trendy thing (colloq)

* * *
* in absentia = in absentia.
* in situ = on-site [on site/onsite], in situ.
* in vitro = in vitro.
* localizado in situ = locally mounted, locally based [locally-based].
* montado in situ = locally mounted.
* prueba in situ = field test.
* * *
in
adj inv
‹discoteca› trendy (colloq)
lo que está muy in the in thing (colloq), the trendy thing (colloq), what's trendy (colloq)
si quieres estar in este verano if you want to be in this summer
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in adj
Fam in;
una de las zonas más in de la ciudad one of the most in places to go in town;
está in hablar de agricultura ecológica it's very in o trendy to talk about organic farming

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.


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