darse el gustotransitive verb phrase
1. (to follow one's will; usado con "de")intransitive verb phrase
¿Por qué no te das el gusto de tomarte unos días libres?Why don't you treat yourself to some days off?
Cada tanto, puedes darte el gusto de una copa de vino tinto.Once in a while, you can indulge in a glass of red wine.
Me di el gusto de decirle que es una mala persona.I took pleasure in telling him he's a mean man.
2. (to yield to a desire)
¿Al final te compraste el vestido más caro? - Sí, me di el gusto.Did you finally buy the most expensive dress? - Yes, I did!
Bueno, pensé que para algo trabajo tanto, así que me di el gusto y me compré un pasaje a París.Well I thought, "I work hard for something," so I decided to enjoy myself and bought a ticket to Paris.
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