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7. To or using the rate, extent, or amount of; to the point of: at 30 cents a pound; at high speed; at 20 paces; at 350°F.
4. engaged in; in a state of (being): children at play; stand at ease; he is at his most charming today.
5. (in expressions concerned with habitual activity) during the passing of (esp in the phrase at night): he used to work at night.
2. (used to indicate a location or position, as in time, on a scale, or in order): at age 65; at zero; at the end.
If you want to mention the building where something is or where something happens, you usually use at.
In British English, you say that someone is at school or at university when you want to say that they study there.
At is also used to say when something happens.
You use at when you are mentioning a precise time.
If you want to know the precise time when something happened or will happen, you can say "At what time...?" but people usually say "What time..."" or "When...?"
However, you say that something happened or will happen "in the morning", "in the afternoon", or "in the evening".
If something happens at a meal time, it happens while the meal is being eaten.
At - a highly unstable radioactive element (the heaviest of the halogen series); a decay product of uranium and thorium
chemical element, element - any of the more than 100 known substances (of which 92 occur naturally) that cannot be separated into simpler substances and that singly or in combination constitute all matter
halogen - any of five related nonmetallic elements (fluorine or chlorine or bromine or iodine or astatine) that are all monovalent and readily form negative ions
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(specifying rough location) → enthere weren"t many people at the party/lecture → no había mucha gente en la fiesta/conferenciaat the hairdresser"s/supermarket → en la peluquería/el supermercadoat the office → en la oficinaat school → en la escuela, en el colegioat sea → en el marat table → en la mesaBUT at John"s → en casa de Juanwhere it"s at Glasgow"s where it"s at → en Glasgow es donde está la movida, en Glasgow es donde está el rollo (Sp) where we"re at I"ll just run through where we"re at → te voy a poner al tanto or al corriente de cuál es la situación
1.2. (specifying position)my room"s at the back of the house → mi dormitorio está en la parte de atrás de la casathe dress fastens at the back → el vestido se abrocha por detrásat the bottom of the stairs → al pie de las escalerasto stand at the door → estar de pie or (LAm) parado en la puertaat the edge → en el bordemy room"s at the front of the house → mi dormitorio está en la parte delantera de la casathe dress fastens at the front → el vestido se abrocha por delanteat the top (gen) → en lo alto; (of mountain) → en la cumbreto be at the window → estar junto a la ventanahe came in at the window → entró por la ventana