me cae fatal
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I don't get along with him or her at all)
a. I don't like him at all (masculine)
¿Qué opinas del novio de Carla? - Me cae fatal.What do you think of Carla's boyfriend? - I don't like him at all.
b. I don't like her at all (feminine)
Tu vecina no me parece de fiar. Me cae fatal.I don't think you can trust your neighbor. I don't like her at all.
c. I can't stand him (masculine)
No me hables del nuevo jefe. Me cae fatal.Don't speak to me about the new boss. I can't stand him.
d. I can't stand her (feminine)
Es muy grosera esta mujer. Me cae fatal.This woman is so rude. I can't stand her.
e. I hate him (masculine)
Me gusta la educación física, pero no soporto al profe. Me cae fatal.I like PE, but I can't stand the teacher. I hate him.
f. I hate her (feminine)
No te gusta tu suegra, ¿verdad? - La verdad es que me cae fatal.You don't like your mother-in-law, do you? - The truth is I hate her.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Tu ex me cae fatal. Es superegoísta.I can't stand your ex. She's so selfish.
Me cae fatal el primo de Pablo. - ¿Por qué? A mí me parece muy agradable.I don't like Pablo's cousin at all. - Why? I think he's very nice.
2. (it makes me feel unwell)
a. it doesn't sit well with me at all
No puedo tomar fruta después de comer. Me cae fatal.I can't eat fruit after a meal. It doesn't sit well with me at all.
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