Traducción de less en Español:

less

menos, adj.

Pronunciación /lɛs//lɛs/

adjetivo

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    less sugar menos azúcar
    • of less importance de menor importancia
    • no less a person than the Queen ni más ni menos que la Reina
    • St James the Less Santiago el Menor

pronombre

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    he earns less than you gana menos que tú
    • a sum of less than $1,000 una suma inferior a los 1.000 dólares
    • About this we need to ask, would we want to do less of it in order to save money to be spent elsewhere?
    • The applicant's income was less than that of the respondent but still significant.
    • I appreciate trying to save money and being less of a consumer and all those other good things.
    • I think there's a lot less of that sort of thing now than there used to be.
    • They also backed simple measures to remind people about their appointments, so less of doctors' time was wasted.
    • Being too cautious could mean that you invest less of your money in shares and keep more in cash.
    • They come out three months later than their UK counterparts, but that is markedly less of a gap than previously.
    • If he devoted less of his time to goading opposition supporters then perhaps he would not be the most hated man in Scottish football.
    • They want more of acting and less of dancing on the slopes of Switzerland.
    • Government is taking less of the national wealth than any time since 1974.
    • Full-face masks also reduce the amount of heat loss, because less of the head is exposed.
    • Also, they frequently carry outrageously high charges, so less of your money goes to work on day one.
    • I woke up with less of a headache than I head yesterday, which is good.
    • The main problem is that they tend to charge a lot more and that leaves less of your money going into investments.
    • Urban and rural membership will be less of a fault-line than male and female.
    • I shall be watching most of the track athletics, some of the swimming, some of the sailing and even less of the gymnastics.
    • Never had he accepted anything less than what he wanted, not even then.
    • So, the lower the charges, the less of your money is gobbled up and the better chance you have of matching the market.
    • She will be no less protected on the floor below and she will be less of a hassle for you.
    • You are entitled to the full amount if your annual income is less than £18,900.

adverbio

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    his last play is less amusing su última obra es menos divertida / no es tan divertida
    • I see them less often than I'd like los veo menos de lo que me gustaría
    • the situation is no less serious than it was la situación sigue siendo tan grave como antes
    • the less valuable of the two paintings el menos valioso de los dos cuadros
    • the less you practise, the more difficult it becomes cuanto menos practicas, más difícil te resulta
    • Lower leaves often turn yellow as the plant begins to head and become less important.
    • What I am trying to say is that the end result makes the platform choice less important.
    • It's less important that they suffer than we're made to look stupid.
    • Small HDL particles are much less effective at soaking up their bad brethren.
    • The same trend applies, albeit to a less impressive extent, in the abbreviated format.
    • At first, the design of the network will seem less important than the content that is moved over it.
    • Well, now that we have broadband, the ability to load pages without images has become a lot less important.
    • Alcohol use disorders are considerably less common in this age range than they are among younger individuals.
    • Sometimes the vanity is so strong that the health or even the life of the kids becomes less important.
    • In reality, the factors that caused the war are far less important than its consequences.
    • As we focus on that, what happens to the institution becomes less important.
    • I think labels are less important than practical solutions to fund museums.
    • Punitive and other reactions were considerably less common.
    • That is part of the answer, but a less important part than the nature of the new legislation.
    • I look up and see he is wearing rather academic spectacles, which makes him look slightly less threatening.
    • One apparently almost universal discriminatory practice was to pay women less than men.
    • It is said that this kind of convention is getting less important in modern China.
    • Suddenly the whole prospect seems considerably less appealing.
    • The story itself appears less important than the manner in which it has been told.
    • To some extent the presence or absence of fine writing is even less important to me here than it is with people journals.

preposición

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    menos
    it's $156 less 10% sale 156 dólares menos el 10%