me deja ver
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (allows me to see; third person singular)
a. he lets me see (masculine)
Mi hijo es muy secreto. Nunca me deja ver lo que está haciendo en la computadora.My son is very secretive. He never lets me see what he’s doing on his computer.
b. she lets me see (feminine)
Mi hija compra mucho por internet pero me deja ver los pedidos que carga a mi cuenta.My daughter does a lot of internet shopping but she lets me see what she’s ordering on my account.
c. it lets me see
Este nuevo estado de cuenta es muy claro. Me deja ver exactamente dónde me estoy gastando el dinero.This new bank statement is very clear. It lets me see exactly where my money is going.
d.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
El sombrero de esa mujer no me deja ver la pantalla.I can’t see the screen because of that woman’s hat.
Me encanta mi nuevo telescopio. Me deja ver los planetas con nitidez.I love my new telescope. I can see the planets clearly with it.
2. (allows me to appreciate; third person singular)
a. he shows me
Tener a mi hijo me ha cambiado. Me deja ver lo que es importante en la vida.Having my son has changed me. He shows me what is important in life.
b. she shows me
Mi madre ayuda mucho a los pobres y me deja ver el valor de vivir en una comunidad unida.My mom does a lot of work with the poor and she shows me the value of living in a close-knit community.
c. it shows me
Disfruto del trabajo de voluntario que hago en el parque. Me deja ver lo importante que son los espacios naturales en una ciudad.I enjoy my volunteering in the park. It shows me how important open spaces are in a city.
3.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(you allow me to appreciate; second person singular)
a. you let me see
Le agradezco su ánimo. Usted me deja ver que no todo está perdido.I appreciate your words of encouragement. You let me see that all is not lost.
b. you show me
Gracias, Señora Rama. Me deja ver que si estudio aún puedo aprobar.Thank you, Mrs Rama. You show me that if I work, I can still pass.
4. (gives me permission to see; third person singular)
a. he lets me see (masculine)
Mi padre está muy orgulloso de su colección de monedas y solo me deja verla cuando estoy con él y me vigila.My dad’s very proud of his coin collection and he only lets me see it when I'm with him and he can keep an eye on me.
b. she lets me see (feminine)
Le preguntaré a Raquel. Si me deja ver la receta, la anotaré y te la enviaré.I'll ask Raquel. If she lets me see the recipe, I'll write it down and send it to you.
c. he allows me to see (masculine)
El director es mi amigo y me deja ver los videos antes de que se publiquen.The director is my friend and he allows me to see the videos before they are released.
d. she allows me to see (feminine)
Mi exesposa no es una buena persona. Me deja ver a mi hijo solamente una vez al mes.My ex-wife is not a nice person. She only allows me to see my son once a month.
5.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(you give me permission to have a look; second person singular)
a. you let me see
Si no me deja ver el contenido de su bolso, no podré permitirle que entre.If you don’t let me see inside your bag, I cannot let you in.
b. you allow me to see
Si me deja ver la pantalla, puedo verificar cuál es el problema y arreglarlo.If you allow me to see the screen, I can check what the problem is and fix it.
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