In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1thatthoseen aquellos tiempos — in those days
- las chicas aquellas que te presenté — those girls I introduced you to
1(refiriéndose a una cosa)that onethoseese no, aquel — not that one, the / that other one
- aquellos fueron momentos difíciles — those were difficult times
2(refiriéndose a una persona)Federico y Julián, y de los dos sería aquel quien lo lograría — Federico and Julián, and of the two it was the former who was to be successful
- todo aquel que desee obtener más información — anyone wishing to obtain further information
- es como el cuento de aquel que … — it's like the story about the man who …
- cuando se entere aquel, te mata — when you-know-who finds out, he'll kill you!
The Real Academia Española recommends the unaccented form in all cases
masculine nounPlural aquellos
1tiene un aquel — she has a certain something
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