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oye, qué lindo
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to emphasize how beautiful something is; used as a stand-alone statement)
a. hey, that's nice
¿Qué te parece este sombrero con estas botas? - Oye, qué lindo.What do you think of this hat with these boots? - Hey, that’s nice.
b. hey, that's pretty
¿Y este qué te parece? - ¡Oye, qué lindo! Te sienta muy bien ese vestido. Cómpratelo nomás.What about this one? - Hey, that's pretty! You look great in that dress. Just buy it.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Ven, Paula. Mira este bolso. Es de los que te gustan. - Sí lo es. Oye, qué lindo.Come here, Paula. Look at this purse. It's just the kind you like. - Oh yes. I like that one.
Cuando puse su canción favorita, Jaime dijo, "¡Oye, qué lindo!".When I played his favorite song, Jaime said, "Oh, yes! I love this song!"
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