There are 2 main translations of even in Spanish

: even1even2


hasta, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈiːv(ə)n//ˈivən/


  • 1

    it's warm there even in December allí hace calor hasta / incluso en diciembre
    • even a child could do it hasta un niño lo podría hacer
    • even now, five years later incluso ahora, cuando ya han pasado cinco años
    • it would be madness even to attempt it intentarlo ya sería una locura
    • That the actor had handpicked her for this role was something that had surprised even her.
    • It's a mistake made surprisingly often, even by sources that ought to be better informed.
    • Our willingness to show up for this event seems to have surprised even ourselves.
    • I love trying new dishes and am rarely fazed by even the most extreme ingredients.
    • Their anaemic performance over the last 18 months has come as a surprise even to us.
    • Of course levels of dyslexia vary, and even extreme dyslexia need be no barrier to achievement.
    • The carriage was surprisingly relaxing and even the children chattered quietly.
    • It was surprisingly silent in the huge building - not even an echo was heard of footsteps.
    • People might not realise water can be extremely cold even on a warm summer day.
    • These days the danger is so extreme that even the troops give the road a miss, and fly from the airport by helicopter.
    • He surprised even some of his closest colleagues by accepting the job many regard as a poisoned chalice.
    • I must say even I was surprised by just how quickly your journalists found an angle.
    • I am not even a little bit surprised when I find her waiting for me, or when I see what has been growing in her eyes.
    • Only rarely today does one hear even distant echoes of that extreme position.
    • It was certainly a surprise as we didn't even know it was up for sale, how dare he not tell us.
    • In Scotland, too often, we still manage to be surprised that it even exists.
    • Some even go to the extreme of spending all or most of their income for a good hit, but it's just not fair.
    • It's a reminder that normal life goes on even in the most extreme situations.
    • What followed was a breathtaking turn and finish that must have surprised even the player.
    • People always have a choice for what they do, even under the most extreme situations.
  • 2

    he can't even sew a button on no sabe ni pegar un botón
    • you're not even trying ni siquiera lo estás intentando
    • don't even think about it ¡ni se te ocurra!
  • 3

    the next day was even colder al día siguiente hizo aún / todavía más frío
    • In the 1960s there was an even greater shift in emphasis to viticultural research.
    • I was then even more surprised how quickly I flew up the hills on the North Downs.
    • Notwithstanding the personal tragedy here there is now even less emphasis on the original issue.
    • It will not be easy, which places even greater emphasis on the world's best cricketer.
    • Indeed, we have kept the prices in Lyneham as low as possible by reducing even further our very small margins.
    • The assumption is that the private sector does it better, faster, possibly even cheaper.
    • This possibility adds even more urgency to the need to find an alternative route for quarry traffic.
    • Movies about poor, uneducated mothers forced to work punishing jobs are even rarer.
    • Perhaps even more surprising is the fact that it is one of the more successful films made with lottery cash.
    • I was, however, even more surprised last week to not hear the bells playing at all.
    • Many other US states have adopted or are considering even more extreme measures.
    • And this could indeed have even worse consequences than leaving the oppressed to rot.
    • That will actually make them even more worthwhile as a target for forgers.
    • Then she played some Lamb tunes to me, that possibly meant even more, for similar reasons.
    • With the opening of UCLan's third campus, that possibility now seems even closer.
    • Arab traders took Islam to the area in about the twelfth century, possibly even earlier.
  • 4

    (introducing stronger expression)
    it'll be difficult, even dangerous será difícil, hasta / incluso peligroso


  • 1

    • 1.1(flat, smooth)

      (surface/ground) plano
      (coat of paint) uniforme
      the floor isn't even el suelo no está nivelado
      • plane the boards down to make them even cepilla las tablas para igualarlas
      • St Tropez is tinted so the therapist can easily see where she is applying it and it makes for an even application.
      • Clearly, this tournament was going to have to be played on an even surface.
      • So exfoliate and moisturise to ensure an even application and an accurate skin tone.
      • The laughter of the children urged him onwards along the even forest path that led at last to a hill in an open meadow.
      • Rule to an even surface and across scratch each coat to provide a key for the next hand-applied coat.
      • This provides an even surface for pedestrians, which minimises tripping hazards.
      • In the boot, the rear wheel arches should have a clean look and an even coat of paint.

    • 1.2(regular, uniform)

      (lighting/color) uniforme
      (lighting/color) parejo Latin America
      (features) regular
      (work/progress) constante
      (progress/work) regular
      (motion/breathing) acompasado
      (breathing/motion) regular
      (temperature) constante
      • Add the potato slices in an even layer and cook gently for about 12 minutes until softened.
      • Reject those with obvious flaws, such as splits, and try and get hold of those with an even coloration.
      • To his credit Cill Dara referee John Downey was well on top of every move and kept an even hand on the game.
      • Without this handy little squeeze pump, bile trickles at an even flow from the liver into the gut.
      • Add the olive oil in a thin stream and whisk the mixture until it forms an even consistency.
      • Set out poles at either end of the hedge with strings marking the height and line to be cut to ensure an even finish.
      • During the formation of a sheet the pulp lies in an even thickness on the mould's surface.
      • As some colours open earlier than others, it will guarantee you an even display.
      • Achieving an even skin tone is another protracted beauty process that many of us could do without.
      • I turn the boat and we simply run down the line at an even pace and turn into the fish as we get nearer.
      • Yes he tramples into France but for his men to respect him they way they do in the play he has to rule with an even hand.
      • After all, there has never been an even distribution of subjects across all regions.
      • Brush with more of the egg white and sprinkle with an even layer of caster sugar.
      • What he, in fact every one of us needs, is to strike a balance and stay on an even course.
      • It took every speck of willpower and strength she had to force them back to an even position.
      • This creates an even airflow through the entire case in from the front out the back via the PSU.
      • You can also serve it with a frozen cube of olive oil plonked in the middle to maintain an even temperature.

    • 1.3(calm)

      he kept his voice even no alteró la voz

  • 2

    (distribution) equitativo
    (distribution) igual
    an even game un partido igualado / equilibrado
    • after four rounds they're even tras cuatro vueltas están / van igualados / empatados
    • so now we're even or so that makes us even así que estamos en paz
    • Finally, when it is as thin as vermicelli, it is dried and cut to an even length and sold in neat bunches.
    • On paper this is an even match, but there are several things that skew the argument in favor of DDR.
    • The two big groups were made up of an even mix of first or second start gate pilots.
    • This must end, and one of the ways to end it is to have an even split on the committees.
    • If all players are even, then they stand up from the table and each draws from the deck, as if it were the beginning of the game.
    • Since you play in hands of five, you must eliminate two cards from the deck to have an even number of ten hands.
    • She said there was an even split in the clubs between boys and girls and a spread across all age ranges.
    • It was long awaited by the general public, but insiders knew it would hardly be an even contest.
    • All the cast are local and there is an even split between Clonegal and Kildavin players.
    • In some situations you may need to turn your plant a quarter of a turn each day to ensure an even spread of light.
    • Then a quick break by the visitors saw them clinch the points, but the scoreline did not reflect an even game.
    • The first half saw the sides on an even footing with good defending on both sides.
    • They were also level in the table and the game looked like an even match.
    • The new regulations will put the two types of scheme on an even footing.
    • We believe that the racing industry has not been on an even footing with gambling for a long time.
    • Frequently there are an even number of males and females in the group with twice as many young.
    • An even number of players chose the Blue tees on the day as did choose the White tees.
    • It showed us that we could go out and compete against those teams on an even level.
    • It allows for smaller airlines to compete on an even basis with the world's majors.
    • Those officers are drawn from all ranks and an even spread from all areas of the county.
    • The skeletons show an even spread of the representative population at that time.
    • Firstly, he says that there is not an even enough split in exposure between the top teams and those lower down the grid.
    • When you produce such a compound chemically you get an even split of the enantiomers.
    • After an even third round, Oxford claimed the victory by a majority decision.
    • In most transgenic lines, an even fluorescence signal was observed in all tissues and organs.
    • Regularly turn your plants, so leaves get an even distribution of sunlight.
    • During the draw and anchor maintain an even amount of pressure on all three fingers.
  • 3

    (divisible by two)
    (page/number) par
    • On playback, the even-numbered and odd-numbered fields are weaved together, and viewers far enough away from the display see continuous blended motion.
    • An alternative to adding sets during even-numbered weeks is to increase intensity through greater resistance, where applicable.
    • Japanese soldiers shouldering their weapons were standing guard in even-numbered ranks outside the gate (my grandmother at the time had studied a little algebra).
    • The oblique case of an even number had to be put into the subject position so that standard arguments could be used.
    • What the city asks is that residents use the odd-even method of lawn watering: even days for even-numbered homes and vice versa, a system used for many years in the past when treatment capacity became taxed.
    • It is true precisely when the values for the three switches add up to an even number.
    • Short exercises follow each ‘lesson’; they would be ideal for writers' groups because there are proposed rewrites in the back of the book for even-numbered items.
    • This gap is important in even-numbered years in order to accommodate the spectacle of the World Cup or the Summer Olympics, perhaps even the Commonwealth Games or the European Football championships.
    • For instance, eastbound flights are listed in the guidelines as even-numbered and westbound are listed as odd-numbered within a certain total range of numbers useable for passenger flights.
    • ‘OK, so today we have the even-numbered period classes,’ Lauren said to me after the dismissal bell for homeroom rang.
    • For example, marketing experts say that products with an even-numbered price are considered higher-quality than those with an odd-numbered price.
    • Hey, as a bisexual would I have to follow only the odd number points on the Homosexual Agenda or the even ones?
    • Students who enrolled at the school in even-numbered years between 1816 and 1830 had two years of Cauchy's instruction.
    • Congress has specified by statute that House and Senate elections must occur on the Tuesday immediately following the first Monday of all even-numbered years.
    • It's an absurd proposal that would require every officer in America running in even-numbered years, whether it's state legislature or governor, to operate in federal hard dollars.
    • What you can always do, however, is ensure that the switches encode an odd or an even number.
    • The lections from the Gospels go unchanged for an alternating two years but are preceded by a reading from the First Testament different in Years I and II, the odd- and even-numbered years respectively.
    • In even-numbered years, film festival attendees are offered the chance to take a double-dip of Latin culture - the Havana Jazz Festival takes place right afterwards.
    • The directory, published in the fall of even-numbered years, is now available by mail at a cost to U.S. residents of $8 per copy postpaid; payment must accompany orders.
    • In the case of an even number, parts of the wave travel at all speeds less than or equal to the fundamental speed.
    • Cars that finished in odd-numbered spots in 2002 points tested last week; the even-numbered finishers were scheduled to test this week.
    • Any gifts made during the even years before death will also be included.
    • Tonight is promising more of the same, only without the lamb or cats or Nunhead but with an even number of limbs.
    • That's equivalent to labeling each card randomly with a number from 1 to 20, then collecting into piles the cards with the same number, taking care to reverse the order of even-numbered piles.
    • Extending this idea, if the first subtrajectory is in the forward mode, then odd-numbered and even-numbered subtrajectories will be in the forward and backward swimming modes, respectively.
    • Manufacturers, shopkeepers, and vendors rounded up their prices to an even number.
    • It is hard to escape the feeling that ‘this country’ is not the Republic of Ireland, but a notional territory that encompasses a few of the lower even-numbered postal code areas of Dublin.
    • The effectiveness of some cysteine substitutions at even-numbered positions is also plausible because they are close to the trans pore entrance and apparently not buried in the membrane.
  • 4

    (exact in amount, number)
    three dollars even tres dólares justos / exactos

transitive verb

  • 1

    (surface) allanar
    (surface) nivelar
    • This discrepancy at birth is evened out later on, as the girl child has better instincts of survival.
    • I didn't know what to do so I just waited it out, and pretty soon the rest of my body grew into the changes and I eventually evened out.
    • We deserved to win the Senior Cup last season and lost it and now things have evened up.
    • Our busiest months used to be during the winter but now it has evened out.
    • They evened up their playing record in the League on Saturday when they went down to Doncaster - their sixth defeat of the season from twelve games played.
    • Finally, the battle between the microchip and the guinea pig has evened up.
    • Perhaps what she did was terrible, but not so much more than what had been done to her, and ultimately her execution evened the score.
    • I decided the top of the table needed to be evened out with a coat or two of gloss paint.
    • It would have evened the scoreline and it would have given Kildare the push they so badly needed.
    • But estate agents in Tendring disagreed with the findings, saying prices evened out.
    • Although female and male primary enrollment rates have evened, overall enrollment has decreased.
    • We evened out and we were flying, the wind smacked our faces and it hurt but somehow it felt congratulatory.
    • Finally the course evened out and soon I'd reached the halfway point.
    • After an hour of climbing the ground evened out.
    • The Russian fans evened the score by holding up nationalist flags and booing loudly during the Latvian anthem.
    • The game evened out for the next ten minutes and both sides had their opportunities to score.
    • Costs are evened out, to the advantage of smaller firms.
    • What I wanted was for the high's and particularly the lows to be evened out and they have been.
    • They refused to do the one thing which would have evened the odds: follow them into the trees.
    • We have people who want to work more and we have people who want to work less, and surely it should be possible for those two things to be evened out better than they are now.
  • 2

    (make equal)
    (score) igualar
    (contest/situation) equilibrar

There are 2 main translations of even in Spanish

: even1even2


crepúsculo, n.


literary, archaic

  • 1

    crepúsculo masculine literary