See also: aínda

KalashaEdit

NounEdit

ainda

  1. the future

LadinoEdit

AdverbEdit

ainda (Latin spelling, Hebrew spelling איינדה‎)

  1. still, yet
    • 2008, Klara PERAHYA, “La Prensa i la kriza en el Oriente Medyo”, in Şalom Gazetesi[1]:
      La gerra Israel-Lebano, prevista al empesijo por unos kuantos dias, ainda kontinua.
      The Israel-Lebanon war, at first predicted to only last a few days, still continues.

PapiamentuEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Portuguese ainda

AdverbEdit

ainda

  1. yet, still

PortugueseEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese aynda, from a- + inda, from Latin inde (thenceforth).

PronunciationEdit

AdverbEdit

ainda (not comparable)

  1. still, yet (up to a time)
    Ainda não almocei.
    I haven’t had lunch yet.
    Falta ler um livro ainda.
    A book still needs to be read.
  2. even (emphasises a comparative)
    O Canadá é ainda mais frio que os Estados Unidos.
    Canada is even colder than the United States.
  3. someday (at some time in the future)
    Andorinhas ainda conseguirão carregar cocos.
    Someday swallows will be able to carry coconuts.
  4. only (as recently as)
    Ainda há dez minutos falávamos de ti.
    We were talking about you only ten minutes ago.
  5. at least
    Ainda se tivesse tempo, teria estudado.
    If I had at least had time, I would have studied.
  6. even (implying an extreme example in the case mentioned)
    Já viajaram à França, Alemanha e ainda à Itália.
    They already travelled to France, Germany and even to Italy.
  7. still; nevertheless (in spite of what preceded)
    Perdeste todo teu dinheiro mas ainda apostas.
    You lost all your money but you still gamble?
  8. besides

Derived termsEdit