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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
(masculine) (second person singular)
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
a. what a liar
¡Qué mentiroso! ¿Piensas que la gente se va a creer esa historia?What a liar! Do you think people are going to believe that story?
b. you're such a liar
¿Me prestas dinero para comer? - Qué mentiroso. Sé que lo quieres para el juego.Would you lend me money to eat? - You're such a liar. I know you want it for gambling.
2. (masculine) (third person singular)
a. what a liar
Nico dijo que se acostó contigo. - ¡Qué mentiroso! Trató de besarme y lo rechacé.Nico said he slept with you. - What a liar! He tried to kiss me and I rejected him.
b. he's such a liar (masculine)
Daniel dice que él no se robó el dinero. - Qué mentiroso es. Yo lo vi tomarlo.Daniel says he didn't steal the money. - He's such a liar. I saw him take it.
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