lo consiguió

lo consiguió
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (he or she acquired it; third person singular)
a. he got it (masculine)
¿Mario tiene visado? - Sí, lo consiguió el mes pasado.Does Mario have a visa? - Yeah, he got it last month.
b. she got it (feminine)
¿Dónde compró Laura ese celular? - Creo que lo consiguió en los Estados Unidos.Where did Laura buy that cellphone? - I think she got it in the U.S.
c. got it
Me gusta este saco. - Creo que Martín lo consiguió en algún mercadillo.I like this jacket. - I think Martin got it at a flea market somewhere.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(you acquired it; second person singular)
a. you got it
Este ejemplar es una rara edición de "Hojas de hierba". Siempre me he preguntado cómo lo consiguió.This is a copy of a rare edition of "Leaves of Grass." I've always wondered how you got it.
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