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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I'd like to request; first person singular)
2. (at a restaurant; first person singular)
a. I'd like to order
¿Qué se va a servir esta noche, señor? - Quisiera pedir el salmón grillado, por favor.What would you like to have this evening, sir? - I'd like to order the grilled salmon, please.
3. (he'd like to request; third person singular)
a. he'd like to ask for (masculine)
Martín necesita dinero y quisiera pedir un préstamo.Martin needs money and he'd like to ask for a loan.
b. she'd like to ask for (feminine)
Margarita necesita hablar contigo. Quisiera pedirte un favor. - Dile que venga a verme.Margarita needs to talk to you. She'd like to ask you for a favor. - Tell her to come see me.
c. would like to ask for
Ezequiel quisiera pedir un aumento, pero no sabe cómo abordar a su jefe.Ezequiel would like to ask for a pay raise, but he doesn't know how to approach his boss.
(you'd like to request; second person singular)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
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