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le dieron ustedes una propina al mesero
-you gave the waiter a tip
¿Le dieron ustedes una propina al mesero?
-Did you give the waiter a tip?

le dieron ustedes una propina al mesero

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1. (second person plural)
Regionalism used in Latin America: all the countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Does not include Spain.
(Latin America)
a. you gave the waiter a tip
¿Por qué nos sonrieron tanto en el restaurante? - Porque le dieron ustedes una propina al mesero del 15%, y eso es demasiado en este país.Why did they give us such big smiles at the restaurant? - Because you gave the waiter a tip of 15%, and that's too much in this country.
b. you tipped the waiter
Si le dieron ustedes una propina al mesero, es porque están satisfechos con su servicio.If you tipped the waiter, that's because you're satisfied with his service.
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