está despejado
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está despejado(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
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1. (weather)
a. it's clear
Ayer llovió mucho, pero hoy está despejado.It rained a lot yesterday, but it's clear today.
b. it's cloudless
El cielo está totalmente despejado. Un día ideal para ir a la playa.The sky is totally cloudless. The ideal day to go to the beach.
2. (it's free of obstacles)
a. it's clear
Los guardabosques retiraron todos los árboles caídos en la tormenta, y el camino está ahora despejado.The forest rangers moved aside all the trees fallen during the storm, and the path is clear now.
3. (he's alert)
a. he feels clear-headed
El abuelo dice que durmió mejor que ayer, y que está más despejado.Grandfather says he slept better than yesterday, and that he feels more clear-headed.
b. he feels awake
Pregúntale a Esteban si está lo suficientemente despejado como para conducir.Ask Esteban whether he feels awake enough to drive.
4.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(you're alert; singular)
a. you feel clear-headed
Claro que está usted despejado. No ha bebido nada.Of course you feel clear-headed. You haven't drunk at all.
b. you feel awake
Si está tan despejado, quizá no será capaz de dormirse.If you feel so awake, maybe you won't be able to fall asleep.
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