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A plural noun indicates that there is more than one person, place, thing, or idea.
plural noun
1. (medicine)
a. drops
El médico me recetó unas gotas para los ojos.The doctor prescribed me some eye drops.
A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
feminine noun
2. (of liquid)
a. drop
Pídele a la mesera que me eche unas gotas de jarabe sabor avellana en el café.Ask the waitress to put a few drops of hazelnut syrup in my coffee.
b. bead
Por la frente del atleta corrían gotas de sudor.Beads of sweat ran down the athlete's forehead.
3. (illness)
a. gout
Fui a la clínica y me diagnosticaron gota.I went to the clinic and was diagnosed with gout.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
a. ounce
En este libro no hay ni una gota de romance.There's not an ounce of romance in this book.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (de líquido)
a. drop
2. (de sudor)
a. bead
no probé una gota de alcoholI didn't drink a drop of alcohol
caer cuatro gotasto spit (with rain)
ni gota (de)not a drop (of)
no se veía ni gotayou couldn't see a thing
no corre ni una gota de brisathere isn't a breath of wind
no entiendo ni gota de alemánI don't understand a word of German
ni gota de sentido comúnnot an ounce of common sense
fue la gota que colma el vaso, fue la última gotait was the last straw
como dos gotas de agualike two peas in a pod
3. (colloquial)
sudar la gota gordato sweat blood, to work very hard
4. (medicine)
gota a gotaintravenous drip
5. (meteorology)
gota fríacold front that remains in one place for some time, causing continuous heavy rain
6. (enfermedad)
a. gout
1 (de líquido) drop; (de sudor) drop; bead
unas gotas de coñac a few drops of brandy
unas gotas de tabasco
todo ello mezclado con algunas gotas de humor all mixed with a few touches of humour; se añade el aceite gota a gota add the oil drop by drop; van filtrando la información gota a gota a la prensa they let the news leak out to the press in dribs and drabs; sistema de riego gota a gota trickle irrigation; caer a gotas to drip
la gota que colma el vaso the straw that breaks the camel's back; the last straw
¡ni gota! not a bit!
no bebo ni gota de alcohol I don't drink a drop of alcohol; no corre ni gota de aire there isn't a breath of air; no ver ni gota to see nothing
parecerse como dos gotas de agua to be as like as two peas
sudar la gota gorda to sweat blood
gotas amargas bitters
2 (enfermedad) gout
gota caduca gota oral epilepsy
3 (Meteorología)
gota fría severe weather which brings flooding
gota de leche (Chile) child welfare clinic; welfare food centre
5 gotas (medicina) drops
gotas nasales nose drops; nasal drops
gota a gota drip; IV; (EEUU)
le pusieron el gota a gota he was put on a drip
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