A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase 1. (they handed over to them; third person plural) a. they gave them ¿Qué les dieron Rosa y Tony a los niños? - Les dieron un regalo. What did Rosa and Tony give the children? - They gave them a present. b. gave them Los dueños les dieron las llaves del apartamento. The owners gave them the keys to the apartment. 2. (they celebrated for them; third person plural) a. they threw ... for them ¿Qué hicieron los amigos de la pareja? - Les dieron una fiesta sorpresa. What did the couple's friends do? - They threw a surprise party for them. b. threw ... for them ¿Por qué estaban los empleados tan contentos? - Por que los jefes les dieron una fiesta. Why were the workers so cheerful? - Because the bosses threw a party for them. c. they held ... for them Los soldados se condujeron como verdaderos héroes. ¿Qué hicieron sus compatriotas? - Les dieron un homenaje. The soldiers behaved like real heroes. What did their fellow countrymen do? - They held a ceremony for them. d. held ... for them Cuando los atletas regresaron de las olimpiadas, las autoridades les dieron un homenaje. When the athletes came back from the Olympics, the authorities held a ceremony for them. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.
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