The word entre in Spanish can mean between, among(st), or amid(st).

Between is usually (not always) used for two things; among(st) for several things; and amid(st) means "in the middle of, or surrounded by," countable or uncountable things.


There is a spy among/amidst us - Hay un espía entre nosotros (Several)

Between you and me, this place sucks - Entre tú y yo, este sitio es una mierda (Two)

Amidst the chaos, he grabbed his daughter and ran for cover - Entre el caos, cogió a su hija y corrió a buscar cobijo (Uncountable)