me quedé

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me quedé
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I remained in a place; first person singular)
a. I stayed
Rosa se fue a casa y yo me quedé en la fiesta.Rosa went home and I stayed at the party.
2. (I changed into a different state; first person singular)
a. I went
Me quedé sordo tras la explosión.I went deaf after the explosion.
b. I turned
Me quedé pálida y perdí el conocimiento.I turned pale and passed out.
3. (I retained; often used with "con"; first person singular)
a. I kept
Después del divorcio, Julia se quedó con el perro y yo me quedé con la gata.After our divorce, Julia kept the dog and I kept the cat.
4. (I recalled; used with "con"; first person singular)
a. I remembered
Nadie recordaba cómo se llamaban los teloneros, pero yo sí. Yo me quedé con su nombre: Trans Rock.No one remembered the support band, but I did. I remembered their name: Trans Rock.
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