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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (is flattering; third person singular)
a. it looks good
¿Qué te parece esta falda? - Queda bien, pero es muy estrecha y te marca mucho el culo.What do you make of this skirt? - It looks good, but it's really tight and makes your butt stand out.
b. looks good
Ese corte solo queda bien cuando se tiene el pelo liso.That haircut only looks good when you have straight hair.
2. (matches; third person singular; used with "con")
a. it goes well with
¿Con qué zapatos combinarías este vestido? - Yo creo que queda bien con los verdes.What shoes would you wear with this dress? - I think it goes well with the green ones.
b. goes well with
Ese color queda bien con el azul.That color goes well with blue.
c. it looks good with
Nunca sé con qué ponerme este suéter. - Queda bien con esa falda que llevas.I never know what to wear with this sweater. - It looks good with that skirt you're wearing.
d. looks good with
Ese abrigo queda bien con botas.That coat looks good with boots.
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