me caes mal
me caes mal
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
(second person singular)
a. I don't like you
Sé que eres mi cuñado, Paco, pero me caes mal. Me da igual lo que piense mi hermana.I know you're my brother-in-law, Paco, but I don't like you. I don't care what my sister thinks.
b. I don't get along with you
Me caes mal porque eres una auténtica bruja, Dolores.I don't get along with you because you're an outright bitch, Dolores.
c. I don't get along well with you
Si sabes que me caes mal, ¿por qué no me dejas en paz?If you know I don't get along well with you, why don't you leave me alone?
d. you rub me the wrong way
Creo que no te gusto, Alfredo. - No, no me gustas. Me caes mal.I don't think you like me, Alfredo. - No, I don't. You rub me the wrong way.
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