seguir con
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (proceed with)
a. to continue with
¿Quieres que te baje la última versión del programa o quieres seguir con la que tienes ahora mismo?Do you want me to download the latest version of the program, or do you want to continue with the one you currently have?
b. to carry on with
Me tengo que ausentar un momento, pero, por favor, sigan con la reunión.I have to step out for a moment, but please carry on with the meeting.
c. to go on with
Es hora de que te olvides de tu ex y sigas con tu vida.It's time for you to forget about your ex and go on with your life.
d. to get on
No quise interrumpirte. Por favor, sigue con lo que ibas a decir.I didn't mean to interrupt you. Please, get on with what you wanted to say.
2. (to remain with)
a. to still be with
¿Por qué sigues con Gabriela si claramente no la quieres?Why are you still with Gabriela if you clearly don't love her?
b. to stay with
No puedo creer que la abuela haya seguido con el abuelo después de todo lo que le hizo. - Bueno, eran otros tiempos.I can't believe Grandma stayed with Grandpa after everything he did to her. - Well, it was a different time.
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