caer bien
caer bien(
transitive verb phrase
1. (to be fond of) 
a. to like 
¿Te cae bien la nueva profesora de inglés?Do you like the new English teacher?
Sus hermanos me caen muy bien.I like her brothers a lot.
2. (to be good for) 
La leche no me cae bien.Milk doesn't agree with me.
Lo que dijiste no le ha caído bien.What you said didn't go down well with him.
3. (to look attractive on) 
a. to suit 
Esa falda te cae muy bien.That skirt really suits you.
caerse bien
pronominal verb phrase
4. (to get along) 
Ya sabes que tu hermano y yo no nos caemos bien.You know your brother and I don't like each other.
b. to get on 
Es evidente que Jorge y Tere no se caen bien.It's obvious that Jorge and Tere don't get on.
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