I'm doing a practice take-home SAT 2 (Subject test) for Spanish and all I can find having to do with this phrase is "crumbs". Please help!
What are the meanings of "hacer migas"?
un significado es cocinar un plato tipico español(se come cuando hace mucho frio),otra definicion es llevarse bien con otra persona, tener afinidades con ella. meanigs is to cook a typical spanish dish(you eat when il's very cold), and another meanings is to get along with someone else,to have affitites with her,getting along.
I can't remember the exact phrase with migas, but I seem to recall it was "making a mountain out of a molehill". (blowing something out of porportion)
Two dictionaries I looked in included this definition (besides making bread crumbs for stuffing, etc.)
hacer buenas (o malas) migas fam. Tener una relación buena o mala con una persona.
The other dictionary said to "hit off" similar to the context above.
"migas" = slang for amigas/amigos, amistad.
"hacer algo migas" also means to smash something into little pieces (smithereens, in English!)
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