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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
1. (to seem nice to someone)
a. to like
A tu padre no le cae bien tu novio. - Mamá, ¡ni siquiera lo conoce!Your father doesn't like your boyfriend. - Mom, he doesn't even know him!
2. (to be fitting or healthful for someone)
a. to agree
Mi mujer solo tomará una ensalada, el pollo frito no le cae muy bien.My wife will have just a salad. Fried chicken doesn't agree with her.
b. to go down well
Sé que no querías ofender, pero tu comentario no le cayó bien a Tina.I know you meant no harm, but your comment didn't go down well with Tina.
c. to suit
Este abrigo le cae a Ray a la perfección.This coat suits Ray just perfectly.
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