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pasar el rato solo

USAGE NOTE
The word "solo" can change to the feminine form "sola" when referring to a woman in the sense shown in 1).
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to spend time unaccompanied)
a. to pass the time on one's own
Samuel es hijo único y está acostumbrado a pasar el rato solo.Samuel is an only child and is used to passing the time on his own.
b. to kill time on one's own
Me gusta hacer crucigramas y sudokus cuando tengo que pasar el rato solo.I like doing crosswords and sudoku puzzles when I need to kill time on my own.
c. to spend time alone
A Susana le gusta pasar el rato sola leyendo y dibujando.Susana likes to spend time alone reading and drawing.
2. (simply to spend the time)
Regionalism used in Spain
(Spain)
a. just to pass the time
No queríamos hacer ningún daño. Lo hicimos para pasar el rato solo.We didn't mean any harm. We just did it to pass the time.
b. just to kill time
Las novelas baratas están pensadas básicamente para gente que lee para pasar el rato solo.Pulp fiction is basically intended for people who read just to kill time.
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