que manda

que manda(
keh
 
mahn
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dah
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (who gives orders)
a. in charge
¿Quién es la persona que manda aquí? Quiero hablar con ella.Who is the person in charge here? I want to speak with them.
b. who's in charge
Paco es el jefe nominal de la división, pero la persona que manda es en verdad el Dr. Ortigosa.Paco is the nominal head of the division, but the person who's in charge is really Dr. Ortigosa.
c.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Yo soy el que manda aquí. Que te quede bien claro.I call the shots here. You better be clear about that.
Usted es el que manda. Yo solo sigo órdenes.You're the boss. I only follow orders.
2. (who dispatches)
a. who sends
La persona que manda el paquete es el responsable de pagar por el franqueo.The person who sends the package is the one responsible for paying for the postage.
3. (who gives a command)
a. who orders
Aquel que manda a otros a pelear sus batallas nunca conocerá el sabor verdadero de la victoria.He who orders others to fight his battles will never know the true taste of victory.
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