dime
noun
1. (coin) (United States) 
I found a dime on my way home. Encontré una moneda de diez centavos de camino a mi casa.
dime
Noun
1. (general) 
a. moneda de diez centavos (United States) 
2. (colloquial) 
it's not worth a dimeno vale un centavo or
3. (colloquial) 
they're a dime a dozenlos hay a patadas
dime store(tienda de) baratillo (tienda f de) todo a cien m
dime [daɪm] (US)
noun
(Canada) (US) moneda de diez centavos
they're a dime a dozen son muy baratos; los hay a montones (informal)
modifier
dime novel (n) novelucha (f)
dime store (n) todo a cien (m) tienda que vende mercadería barata; (Esp) (tienda que vende mercadería barata)

dime

usage note
"Dime" is an informal command. The formal version is "dígame."
dime
phrase
1. (to to tell someone to speak) 
a. tell me 
Dime, ¿ya fuiste a renovar tu pasaporte?Tell me, have you already gone to renew your passport?
b. shoot (informal) 
¿Te puedo hacer una pregunta? - Dime.Can I ask you a question? - Shoot.
2. (to answer the phone) 
a. hello (Spain) 
¿Dime? Sí, Juanito, te puedo ayudar.Hello? Yes, Johnny, I can help you.
Phrases with "dime"
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sí, dime
no direct translation
dime la verdad
tell me the truth
dime tu
tell me your
Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres.
Birds of a feather flock together.
dime algo
let me know, say something to me
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