Susana quiere andar a la izquierda

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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. Susana wants to walk left
Siempre que digo que vamos por la derecha, Susana quiere andar a la izquierda. Y viceversa. Es desesperante.Every time I say let's go right, Susana wants to walk left. And viceversa. It's infuriating.
b. Susana wants to go left
Susana quiere andar a la izquierda y Miguel a la derecha, pero hay mucho tráfico en todos los carriles de la autopista.Susana wants to go left and Miguel wants to go right, but there's a lot of traffic on every lane of the freeway.
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