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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. un poco
Going to my ex-husband's wedding was kind of weird.Ir a la boda de mi exmarido fue un poco raro.
It's kind of cold in this house, isn't it?Está medio frío en esta casa, ¿no?
John is an awkward guy - he's kind of a dork, I think.John es un tipo raro. Es medio ganso, me parece.
She was feeling kind of lonely in that big house.Se sentía como sola en aquella casa grande.
2. (to a certain degree)
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