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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used as a stand-alone reply; first person singular)
a. I see
Lo siento. Ya estamos cerrados. Tendrá que volver el lunes. - Entiendo.I'm sorry. We're closed now. You'll have to come back on Monday. - I see.
b. I understand
No puedes venir a la boda. Carla no quiere que venga ninguno de sus ex. - Entiendo.You can't come to the wedding. Carla doesn't want any of her exes to come. - I understand.
c. I get it
Su propuesta es compleja, cara y no muy eficaz. - Bien, bien, entiendo. Pero es todo lo que tenemos.His proposal is complicated, expensive, and not very efficient. - OK, OK, I get it. But it's all we have.
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