Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

lo in English:

1. it

It is raining.
If we can just make it through one more month, we'll be sitting pretty.
It already faced a strong fight against the European Allies.
How much is this handkerchief? "It is ninety-five cents."
Never choose a vocation just because it is popular or sounds interesting.
He soon grows tired of a thing regardless of how much he liked it to begin with.
If it had not been for antibiotics, medicine would not have made such remarkable progress.
The bill was passed by a majority, although the Socialist Party was strongly opposed to it.
Give me something to write with. "Will this do?" "Yes, it will do."
I don't mind lending you the money provided you pay it back within a month.
I think we'll make it in time if we don't get stuck in a traffic jam.
There was something written on the stone, and they tried to make out what it was.
The iPad would be a perfect solution for me if it could properly display web pages with Flash content.
It's not as difficult to find a native speaker to help you with your language studies as it used to be.
Even though my friend was a vegetarian, I didn't tell him that the soup had some meat in it.

English word "lo"(it) occurs in sets:

¿A qué hora ponen el fútbol?
Personal pronouns, direct and indirect objects - P...

2. him

Give him an inch and he'll take a yard.
Follow him.
Even though my friend was a vegetarian, I didn't tell him that the soup had some meat in it.
For him, hunger was an abstract concept. He had always had enough food.
Though Tom's English seems quite good at times, he doesn't seem to know his limitations and it's impossible to convince him that he's wrong when he makes a mistake.
Just a minute, please. I'll call him to the phone.
I not only gave him some advice, I also gave him a bicycle.
Now and then I think of divorcing him. "You must be kidding!"
It must have been something really big for him to strike a triumphant pose like that.
Nobody likes him, because he is always blowing his own horn.
A group of militia saw him and began shooting.
I can't remember what question I asked him.
The only way to handle him is to let him think he is having his own way.
His family and his doctor urged him not to go.
I'll get in touch with Tom by telephone tomorrow and ask him to give us a hand.