uno más

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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used without an adjective)
a. one more
¿Tiene suficiente con estos cuatro plátanos? Le hacen un kilo - Póngame uno más, por favor.Do you have enough with these four bananas? They make a kilo. - Add one more, please.
2. (used with an adjective)
a. one more
Yo también he leído los dos libros. ¿Por qué te parece uno más interesante que el otro?I've also read both books. Why do you think one more interesting than the other?
b. someone more (person)
Uno más inteligente se hubiera dado cuenta enseguida de que le estaban tomando el pelo, pero él no.Someone more intelligent would have realized at once that he was being taken for a ride, but he didn't.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Ese bolso parece de plástico. ¿Por qué no te compras uno más caro y de mejor calidad?That bag looks plasticky. Why don't you buy a more expensive one, and of better quality?
El sofá del escaparate no está mal, pero preferiría uno más grande.The sofa in the shop window is OK, but I'd prefer a bigger one.
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