1. (third person singular)
a. he's still there (masculine)
¿Miguel todavía está trabajando en la fábrica? - Sí, sigue ahí.Is Miguel still working in the factory? - Yes, he's still there.
b. she's still there (feminine)
Natalie sigue ahí esperando a que la venga a recoger el novio.Natalie is still there waiting for her boyfriend to pick her up.
c. still there
El taxi sigue ahí. Apúrate o se va a ir.The taxi is still there. Hurry up or it's going to leave.
2. (informal) (second person singular)
Si sigue ahí cuando regrese a la oficina, tengamos una reunión rápida.If you're still there when I get back to the office, let's have a quick meeting.
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