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It means "usted"

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In Spanish, it means "usted". In English, it's a formal way to say "you". You would use it when talking to someone older, superior or just someone you don't know.

Example: ¿Y usted? = And you?

It's conjugated with the "el/ella" form, not the "tú" form.

Habla usted = You speak

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