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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. forget it
No sé qué hubiera sido de mí sin tu ayuda. - Olvídalo, tú hubieras hecho lo mismo por mí.I don't know what would have become of me without your help. - Forget it; you'd have done the same for me.
b. forget about it
¿Comprar una casa? ¿Nosotros? Olvídalo. No nos lo podemos permitir.Us? Buying a house? Forget about it. We can't afford it.
c. put it behind you
Lo que te pasó fue terrible, pero ahora ya olvídalo. La vida sigue.A terrible thing happened to you, but now just put it behind you. Life goes on.
d. forget him (masculine)
Olvídalo, no va a volver a ti. Incluso ha creado una nueva familia.Forget him; he's not coming back to you. He's even started a new family.
e. forget about him (masculine)
¿El tonto ese te dio plantón otra vez? Pues olvídalo. Vámonos tú y yo de juerga.Has that idiot stood you up again? Well, forget about him. Let's go partying together.
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