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what does llevarsela mean

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first time learning spanih having a hard time with it

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updated NOV 29, 2008
posted by londyn

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'llevarse' means to take away it is the infinitive verb.
(me llevo means 'I take away')

The 'la' bit on the end is the direct object pronoun.

So it means either to take it away (the 'it' being a feminine word) or to take her away.

For instance: 'Me gustaría llevarsela.' means 'I would like to take her away.'

updated NOV 29, 2008
posted by Beckabee
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I didn't see
llevar = to wear, in any of that

updated ABR 5, 2008
posted by motley
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lol the femine version of llevasrelo

updated ABR 4, 2008
posted by jamesgv0r
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We need the context. Take it away or take her away= llevarsela

updated ABR 4, 2008
posted by Sally
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is like you have an odd spelling llevarse means take away and "llevarse a "could be take away to

updated ABR 4, 2008
posted by jamesgv0r
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somone please help me out

updated ABR 4, 2008
posted by londyn
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i meant spanish

updated ABR 4, 2008
posted by londyn
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