far from it

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far from it
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (on the contrary)
a. al contrario
I'm sorry I didn't I didn't ask you about doing this first, but you weren't here. Are you mad? - Far from it! You did a good job!Discúlpame que no te preguntara acerca de esto antes de hacerlo, pero no estabas aquí. ¿Estás enojado? - ¡Al contrario! ¡Hiciste un buen trabajo!
2. (not close to it)
a. lejos de él
Are you sure it's safe to be here? The city where the nuclear disaster happened is in this province isn't it? - Yes, but we're far from it.¿Es seguro que estemos aquí? La ciudad donde ocurrió el desastre nuclear está en esta provincia, ¿no? - Sí, pero estamos lejos de ella. No hay peligro alguno.
b. lejos de eso
Could we go to the art museum? - Sure, we're not far from it.¿Podríamos ir al museo de arte? - Claro, no estamos de lejos de eso.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Are we close to the town? - No, we're still far from it.¿Estamos cerca del pueblo? - No, todavía estamos lejos.
I know the restaurant you're talking about. We don't live far from it.Conozco el restaurante del que estás hablando. Está cerca de nuestra casa.
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