me dan asco
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (they revolt me; third person plural)
a. they make me sick
Por favor no pidas ostras. Me dan asco.Please don't order oysters. They make me sick.
b. makes me sick
Los caracoles me dan asco. ¿Por qué me las serviste?Escargots makes me sick. Why did you server me some?
c. I hate
Las ratas en el metro me dan asco.I hate the rats in the subway.
2. (I disapprove of; third person plural)
a. they disgust me
Mira el listado de empresas que tienen su ropa hecha por niños. Me dan asco.Look at the list of companies that have their clothes made by children. They disgust me.
b. disgust me
Las personas que hablan con la boca llena me dan asco.People who talk with their mouths full disgust me.
3. (I disapprove of; second person plural)
a. you disgust me
¿Cómo pudieron haberle mentido a mamá de esa manera? Me dan asco.How could you have lied to Mom that way? You disgust me.
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