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El imperfecto de subjuntivo tiene dos conjugaciones posibles, pero las dos son válidas y equivalentes. Es decir, las dos significan exactamente lo mismo y pueden ser intercambiadas, no hay ninguna distinción. En tu ejemplo, por tanto, los dos verbos significan lo mismo: Sí hubiera/hubiese sabido que iba a llover, me habría quedado en casa. Puedes ...


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Some of the words you mentioned have cognates in Spanish: tumba: place where a cadaver is buried. cripta: subterranean place used to bury the dead. mausoleo: a magnificent and sumptuous sepulchre. sepulcro: stone construction built off the ground as a resting place for one or more cadavers. You already mentioned sepultura as a translation of grave: ...


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I think the spectrum is comparable with English: insuficiente - not enough / insufficient suficiente - enough / sufficient bastante - plenty demasiado - too much I usually hear 'bastante' used when implying more than 'enough'; although it's not exactly the same as 'plenty', it's pretty close in a lot of cases: Comí suficiente. "I ate enough" (ie, ...


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According to the RAE, bastante means "enough" or "quite a bit", like c4sh says in their answer. I've never seen it translated as too much: bastante. adj. Que basta. adv. c. Ni mucho ni poco, ni más ni menos de lo regular, ordinario o preciso; sin sobra ni falta. adv. c. No poco. Es bastante rico Bastante bella And these are all the ...


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Enough (or just enough) "Ya he tenido bastante!" (I've had enough of this!). Maybe this is the meaning you confuse with "too much". Quite "Mi perro es bastante viejo" (My dog is quite old).


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I would say that "tumba" is a bit more general, a "tumba" is a place where a cadaver lies (a tomb in english). "Sepultura" implies a bit more the idea than the cadaver was put there with any sort of ceremony, or at least someone explicitly put the body there. There is the verb "sepultar" that I would translate as the action of covering something with soil or ...



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