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"De lo que" is a phrase which is often translated as "of what", and "vs." is an abbreviation which is often translated as "vs.". Learn more about the difference between "de lo que" and "vs." below.
de lo que(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. of what
Gran parte de lo que dice el libro es información que está disponible en Internet.Much of what the book says is information you can find on the Internet.
b. which
Estudié italiano, de lo que no me arrepiento.I studied Italian, which I don't regret.
c. than
Esto es más de lo que yo esperaba.This is more than I expected.
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An abbreviation is the shortened form of a word or group of words (e.g. "UFO" = "unidentified flying object"; "p." = "page").
1. (versus)
a. vs.
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
El estadio se llenó de exalumnos que vinieron para ver el partido UCLA vs. UCSB.The stadium was filled with alumni who had come to see UCLA vs. UCSB game.
b. vs (United Kingdom)
Estoy leyendo un libro sobre política muy interesante titulado "Capitalismo vs. socialismo".I'm reading a very interesting book on politics called "Capitalism vs Socialism."
c. v.
La marquesina del estadio dice: "Mayweather vs. Pacquiao".The marquee of the arena reads: "Mayweather v. Pacquiao."
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