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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (feminine) (she desired; third person singular)
a. she wanted (feminine)
Yo le iba a comprar el vestido rojo a Amelia, pero ella quiso el azul.I was going to buy Amelia the red dress, but she wanted the blue one.
b. she wanted to (feminine)
Yo iba a ir con Paula a la cita médica, pero ella quiso ir sola.I was going to go with Paula to her doctor's appointment, but she wanted to go by herself.
2. (feminine) (she had affection; third person singular)
a. she loved (feminine)
Me da mucha tristeza la muerte de la señora Eleta. Ella quiso mucho a tu abuelo, y lo ayudó a montar su negocio.I'm very sad about Mrs. Eleta's passing. She loved your grandfather very much, and helped him start his business.
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