ir bien
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to work out)
a. to go well
¿Cómo va todo, Manuel? - Todo va bien, hermano. Gracias.How's everything going, Manuel? - Everything's going well, dude. Thanks.
b. to do well
La empresa va bien. El mes pasado abrimos nuestra primera oficina en Bogotá.The company is doing well. Last month we opened our first office in Bogota.
2. (to function properly)
a. to work well
Mi computador es viejo, pero va bien. No veo razón para comprarme otro.My computer is old, but it works well. I don't see why I should buy another one.
3. (to harmonize; often used with "con")
a. to go well wth
Esa falda va bien con esa camisa. Te hace ver moderna.That skirt goes well with that shirt. It makes you look modern.
4. (to wear nice clothes)
a. to be well dressed
¿No te parece que el tipo ese va muy informal? - No. Me parece que va bien para la ocasión.You don't think that guy over there is dressed too informally? - No. I think he's dressed well for the occasion.
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