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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (related to a celebration)
a. of party
¿Hay una fuente de chocolate? Este es mi tipo de fiesta.There's a chocolate fountain? This is my type of party.
b. party (used as an adjective)
¿Adónde vamos a ir para mi cumpleaños? - Pues, hay un bar irlandés cerca de aquí que me gusta, pero no tiene mucho ambiente de fiesta que digamos.Where are we going to go for my birthday? - Well, there's an Irish pub nearby that I like, but it doesn't have much of a party atmosphere.
2. (to go celebrate)
a. to party
Si van a salir de fiesta hoy, no se olviden de llevarse las llaves. No voy a levantarme a las 2 am a abrirles la puerta a la hora que lleguen.If you're going out to party tonight, don't forget to take the keys with you. I'm not going to wake up at 2 am to open the door for you guys when you come back.
¿Dónde están Julia e Irene? - Andan de fiesta.Where are Julia and Irene? - They're out partying.
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