Possible Results:
has muerto
-you have died
Present perfectconjugation ofmorir.
has muerto
-you have died
Present perfectvosconjugation ofmorir.


Y ahora tú también has muerto.
And now you're gone, too.
Tal vez le pregunte cuando la llame para contarle que has muerto.
Perhaps I'll ask her when I call her to tell her of your demise.
¿Qué pasa, te has muerto?
What's the matter, You deaf?
O sea, todavía no te has muerto.
So you're still alive.
Entiendo que tu cama está vacía ahora y tú siempre te has muerto de ganas por mí, pero nos preparamos para irnos el fin de semana, así que...
I realize your bed is empty now and you always had a little yen for me, but we're preparing to leave by the weekend, so...
¡Oh, niñita querida! ¡Tan joven has muerto, deberías de vivir todavía! ¡Pero ya estás en el otro mundo!
Oh, my beloved young child, you had your whole life before you, but you have already gone to the other world.
Has muerto y has vuelto.
You were gone, now you're back.
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