salirse con la suyaintransitive verb phrase
1. (third person singular)
a. to have his own way (masculine)
Pedro es muy insistente y siempre se las arregla para salirse con la suya.Pedro is very insistent and he always manages to have his own way.
b. to have her own way (feminine)
Marta es una niña malcriada. No permitas que se salga con la suya.Marta is a spoilt girl. Don't let her have her own way.
El gobierno finalmente se salió con la suya y logró que se aprobara el polémico proyecto de ley.Finally, the government had its own way and had the contested bill passed.
2. (formal) (second person plural)
No permitiré que se salga con la suya.I will not let you have your own way.
3. (third person plural)
No importa qué hagas, se van a salir con la suya. Siempre lo hacen.No matter what you do, they will have their own way. They always do.
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