se lo diphrase
1. (formal) (second person singular)
¿Dónde está el informe, Rodriguez? - Se lo di ayer, jefe.Where is the report, Rodriguez? - I gave it to you yesterday, boss.
2. (third person singular)
a. I gave it to him (masculine)
¿Le diste el dinero a Rodrigo? - Sí. Se lo di ayer cuando lo vi.Did you give Rodrigo the money? - Yes. I gave it to him yesterday when I saw him.
b. I gave it to her (feminine)
¿Todavía tienes el cachorro que le ibas a regalar a Olivia? - No. Ya se lo di.Do you still have the puppy you were going to give to Olivia? - No. I gave it to her already.
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