Spanish English Dictionary

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continuar in English:

1. continue continue

Please continue.
I know he will only continue disappointing me, but I can't help loving him.
The company's competitive edge will be eroded if system engineers continue to leave.
Mathematics is the part of science you could continue to do if you woke up tomorrow and discovered the universe was gone.
Continue stirring until the chocolate chips are mixed uniformly through the cookie dough.
When I was a kid, I thought that if I died the world would just disappear. What a childish delusion! I just couldn't accept that the world could continue to exist without me.
Japanese bureaucrats are nothing but traitors to the country who covet our tax money and will continue the practice of amakudari until the country is bankrupt.
Our international sales continue to grow, bringing the name of Toyo Computer into businesses world-wide.
If these tendencies continue, those aged 65 or more will account for a quarter of the population within 30 years.
If we continue like this, it's as clear as day that the Japan of five years on will be in decline.
Still others are traders who have always lived by trading and continue to follow their traditional ways.
Due to ill-health of the web-manager, loss of motivation and other circumstances I have decided that it is not possible to continue.
After BiV operation she continued to have frequent PVCs that resulted in fast VT and VF
It's ludicrous to continue business operations while selling off bit by bit the land on which your business depends.
If you'd like to continue to improve your swimming, just keep on practicing every day.

English word "continuar"(continue) occurs in sets:

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2. dragon dragon

The prince thought the young girl had been eaten by a dragon.
The dragon is an imaginary creature.
The legend tells of a fire-breathing dragon.
In China, people often make colourful paper dragons for the New Year.
Look! There is a dragon under my bed!
I have always wanted to see a dragon, but dragons are not real creatures.
What's more, our first battle is to defeat that dragon!
The twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac come from eleven kinds of animals originating in nature, namely the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, horse, snake, monkey, rooster, dog and pig, as well as the legendary form of the dragon, and are used as a calendar.