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Imperfectconjugation ofvestir.
Imperfectvosconjugation ofvestir.

vestir

Dime, Jane... ¿Por qué vestías más como tu compañera abogada?
Tell me, Jane—Why didn't you dress more like your co-counsel?
Estaba lloviendo, y tú vestías un sweter azul.
It was raining, and you were wearing a blue sweater.
Esto es lo que vestías la primera vez que tu padre...
It's the one you were wearing the first time your dad...
vestías una pollera escocesa, si no me equivoco.
You wore a kilt, if I'm not mistaken.
La ropa que vestías esa noche coincide con la descripción de Landry.
The clothing you wore that night matches Landry's description.
Tenías el cabello recogido y vestías un vestido azul.
Your hair was pulled back and you were wearing a blue dress.
Sin embargo, dijo que vestías así cuando ella era una niña.
But she said you dressed like that when she was a little girl.
Ah, tú vestías un vestido rojo.
Uh, you were wearing a red dress.
No, no me vestías cuando era una niña.
Oh, no. You didn't dress me as a girl.
Aquella noche en el aeropuerto en Jakarta, vestías tu uniforme de azafata.
That night in Jakarta airport, you were wearing your flight attendant's uniform.
Quizás lo hizo mientras te vestías, querida.
Perhaps he did it while you were putting your clothes back on, dear.
Tú lo vestías y él, en un instante, se quitaba todo.
You would dress him and in an instant he would take everything off.
Quizá lo hizo mientras te vestías, querida. Qué susto.
Perhaps he did it while you were putting your clothes back on, dear.
No sabía que te vestías para complacer a alguien.
Oh. I didn't realize you were dressing for anyone.
Pensaba que ya no te vestías así.
I thought you didn't dress like that anymore.
Por cierto, ¿qué vestías tú?
By the way, what were you wearing?
Estabas en la isla, vestías un traje, y había gente a tu alrededor.
You were on the island, wearing a suit, and there are people all around you.
No podía soportar como te vestías, así que te compre esto.
I couldn't stand watching your clothes. So I got you some.
La primera vez que te vi, vestías un smoking en el bar.
The first time that I saw you, you were in your tuxedo in the bar.
Que te vestías como anciana.
She said you dress like an old woman.
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