The word simpaticéis is the present subjunctive form of simpatizar in the second person plural. See the full simpatizar conjugation.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to get along; often used with "con")
a. to get on
Pienso que Trini y yo jamás podremos simpatizar.I don't think Trini and I could ever get on.
b. to get on well together
Sara y Julia simpatizaron nada más llegar a la universidad.Sara and Julia got on well together as soon as they started university.
c. to hit it off
No simpaticé con Juan en un principio, pero luego resolvimos nuestras diferencias.I didn't hit it off with Juan at first, but then we resolved our differences.
2. (politics; used with "con")
a. to sympathize with
Muchas mujeres simpatizaron con el partido por las medidas de igualdad que propuso.Many women sympathized with the party because of the equality measures it proposed.
b. to sympathise with (United Kingdom)
Es lógico votar a un partido si simpatizas con sus ideas.It's logical to vote for a party whose ideas you sympathise with.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (persona)
a. to hit it off
b. to get on
2. (cosa)
a. to sympathize
simpatiza con la ideología comunistashe has communist sympathies
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intransitive verb
1 [+dos personas] to get on; get on well together
pronto simpatizaron they soon became friends
simpatizar con algn to get on well with o take to sb
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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