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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (be cautious; often used with "con")
2. (a lot of carefulness; often used with "con")
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Ándate con mucho ojo. Hay bastantes estafadores operando en Internet.Be very careful. There are quite a few swindlers operating online.
En el metro tienes que tener mucho ojo con los carteristas.You have to watch out for pickpockets in the subway.
3. (a lot of intuition; often used with "para")
a. a good eye
Confía en Sandra. Tiene mucho ojo para los negocios.Trust Sandra. She has a good eye for business.
b. a keen eye
Iglesias no solo es un buen director de cine, sino un cazatalentos con mucho ojo.Iglesias is not only a good film director, but also a scout with a keen eye for talent.
c. a shap eye
Necesitamos un buen corrector que tenga mucho ojo para detectar fallos.We need a good proofreader who has a sharp eye for spotting mistakes.
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