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I ended up
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
I didn't know that you were in a car accident. - Yeah, I ended up with a herniated disc.No sabía que estuviste en un accidente de carro. – Sí, terminé con una hernia de disco.
What did you do last night? - Went out to dinner and then I ended up at a bar with a friend.¿Qué hiciste anoche? – Fui a cenar y acabé en un bar con un amigo.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
I ended up finding someone to watch my son on Friday.Resulta que encontré a alguien con que dejar a mi hijo el viernes.
I ended up not going out on Friday. I got home after work and I was so tired that I fell asleep.Al final no salí el viernes. Regresé a casa después del trabajo y estaba tan cansada que me quedé dormida.
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