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pasear en auto
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
a. to go for a drive
Hace demasiado calor para andar. ¿Te apetecería pasear en auto?It's too hot to walk. Do you feel like going for a drive?
b. to go for a run in the car
¿Qué hicieron en Cadaqués? - Estaba lloviendo mucho, así que paseamos en auto.What did you do in Cadaques? - It was raining heavily, so we went for a run in the car.
c. to drive
Por las noches, cuando apenas hay tráfico, me gusta pasear en auto por la ciudad.At night, when there's hardly any traffic, I like to drive around the city.
d. to cruise
Antonio tenía un Mercedes, y le gustaba pasear en auto para impresionar a sus vecinos.Antonio had a Mercedes, and he liked to cruise to impress his neighbors.
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