me di un golpephrase
1. (first person singular)
a. I bumped
Me tropecé y me di un golpe en la cabeza con la puerta.I tripped, and I bumped my head against the door.
b. I banged
Me di un golpe en el codo mientras nadaba, y me duele muchísimo.I banged my elbow when I was swimming, and it hurts a lot.
c. I hit
Me di un golpe fuerte en la nariz, y la tengo muy hinchada; me pregunto si me la habré roto.I hit my nose hard, and it's really swollen; I wonder whether it's broken.
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