o me equivoco
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o me equivoco
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
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1. (or I make an error; first person singular)
a. or I make a mistake
¿Qué pasa si en el examen no tengo tiempo de traducir el texto entero o me equivoco?What happens if I don't have time to translate the whole text or I make a mistake in the exam?
b. I either make a mistake
Pepe me gusta mucho. Por eso siempre que hablo con él, o me equivoco o digo alguna tontería.I like Pepe very much. That's why whenever I talk to him, I either make a mistake or say something silly.
2. (or I'm in error; first person singular)
a. or I'm wrong
Si miento o me equivoco, eso es algo que ustedes nunca podrán demostrar.Whether I'm lying or I'm wrong, that's something you'll never be able to prove.
b. I'm either wrong
Según tú, o me equivoco o estoy intentando engañarte, pero ninguna de las dos cosas es verdad.According to you, I'm either wrong or trying to trick you, but neither is true.
c. or I'm mistaken
Le voy a preguntar a la profesora. Ella sabrá decirme si estoy en lo cierto o me equivoco.I'll ask the teacher. She'll be able to tell me whether I'm right or I'm mistaken.
d. I'm either mistaken
O me equivoco o te conozco de algo. - Sí, vamos al mismo gimnasio.I'm either mistaken or I know you from somewhere. - Yes, we go to the same gym.
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