Expresiones y frases - Palabra clave 'Of'

Idioms - Key word 'Of'

of a kind/sorts por así decirlo
of age mayor de edad
of benefit beneficioso
of consequence de importancia
of course por supuesto
of few words de pocas palabras
  • Well, I think she's a model or an actress of sorts.
  • Andrew can't touch the money he inherited until he's of age.
  • I believe this treaty will be of benefit for the whole region.
  • Global warming is a matter of consequence to the President.
  • "Are you coming to Nancy's party?" "Well, of course!"
  • Eddie is a man of few words. He doesn't talk much.
of late últimamente
of note notable
of old de antaño
of one's life de su vida
of one's own accord espontáneamente
of the essence de vital importancia
of two minds indeciso, sin saber qué hacer
  • Where have you been going of late?
  • We're so proud of our son. He's a lawyer of note in New York.
  • My grandfather always talks about the good dances of old.
  • This was the best birthday party of my life.
  • The witness went to the police station of his own accord.
  • We must act immediately. Time is of the essence.
  • My parents are of two minds about letting me study abroad.