no hagas caso

no hagas caso
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
(imperative; second person singular)
a. don't take any notice
Dicen que mientes, pero no hagas caso. Solo quieren provocarte.They say you're lying, but don't take any notice. They just want to provoke you.
b. take no notice
¿Leíste lo que dicen de nosotros en esta revista? - Bah, no hagas caso. Es prensa amarilla.Did you read what they said about us in this magazine? - Huh, take no notice. It's a rag.
c. don't pay any attention
Ya sé lo que dicen los vecinos. No hagas caso. No es cierto.I know what the neighbors say. Don't pay any attention. It's not true.
d. pay no attention
Marcos me amenazó con denunciarme. - No hagas caso. No lo hará. Es todo palabrería.Marcos threatened to sue me. - Pay no attention. He won't. It's a lot of hot air.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Creo que Amanda está enojada con nosotras. - No hagas caso. Se le pasará.I think Amanda is angry at us. - Ignore her. She'll get over it.
Los críticos piensan que nuestra banda está acabada. - No hagas caso. ¿Cómo van a estar acabados si están a punto de lanzar un disco?The critics think our band is finished. - Don't listen to them. How can you be finished when you're about to release a record?
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