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de oídas

de oídas(
deh
 
oh
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ee
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dahs
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used as an adverb)
a. by hearsay
La mayoría de la gente no ha leído la novela y opina de oídas.Most people haven't read the novel, and they go by hearsay.
b. from hearsay
No puedes decir que conoces todos esos datos de oídas. Eres una periodista.You just can't say you learned all those facts from hearsay. You're a journalist.
c.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
¿Sabes quién es Julius Sabala? - Lo conozco de oídas, pero lo cierto es que nunca lo he visto.Do you know who Julius Sabala is? - I've heard of him but have never actually seen him.
Sería injusto opinar de la obra solo por lo que sé de oídas.It'd be unfair to give my opinion about the play based on hearsay.
2. (used as an adjective)
a. hearsay
Me sorprendió que el juez admitiera testimonios de oídas.I was surprised the judge accepted hearsay evidence.
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