"read between the lines"

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Is there a Spanish equivalent for this phrase? As in when you must infer something not directly said?
Thanks, ME

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updated ABR 28, 2008
posted by Mary-Elena

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People can "read between the lines" ( leer entre lineas) no solo con palabras sino tambien con imagenes, sonidos, gestos, olores y hasta silencios.
I am going to give you some "refranes" or "proverbs" in spanish, if you don't mind take some time for practicing "read between the lines" in spanish..

1.- "Hombre casado no puede luchar por la justicia"
2.- " Del agua brava librame Dios, que de la mansa me libro yo".
3.-"El muchacho que es lloron, y la mama que lo pellizca".

If you know some in english send them to me, please, I want to practice too.

Thank you.

Rebeca

updated NOV 22, 2010
posted by scarlet
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I think you are trying to say "Leer entre lineas" .

Hope this help smile

updated ABR 28, 2008
posted by Matias
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hola!
would you help me in spanish'

updated ABR 28, 2008
posted by Abhisheke