"me puedes dejar bajar"
¿Cual es el mejor traducción para ?
What is the best translation for "me puedes dejar bajar"? I understand the words but not the meaning when combined together.
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Your line literally means "You can let me down." I'm not sure of the context, but you might say something like this if you want to be let off of a bus or out of car.
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"Me puedes dejar bajar." = (You can leave me downstairs.)
This assumes "bajar" = "downstairs" or it could even be something like (You can drop me down/down below) We would need more context. Also as mentioned above (You can let me down.)
I always consider the definition of "dejar" as "to leave" or "to let" as the most common everyday uses of this important verb.
I would literally translate it as, "can you let me get down?" Like the previous poster mentioned, you use the expression on busses/taxis/etc. to mean "can you let me get off?" or "can you drop me off?"