for a while

for a while(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. un rato
If you want Subway, the line is pretty long. You'll have to wait for a while.Si quieres comer Subway, hay una fila larga. Tendrás que esperar un rato.
b. por un tiempo
I think it would be good for us to take a break for a while.Creo que sería bueno que tomáramos un descanso por un tiempo.
c. hasta dentro de un rato (in negative phrases)
The doctor left an hour ago, and won't be back for a while.La doctora se fue hace una hora, y no regresará hasta dentro de un rato.
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