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they lived happily ever after
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. vivieron felices para siempre (literal)
They got married, they bought a house, and they lived happily ever after with their kids.Se casaron, compraron una casa y vivieron felices para siempre con sus hijos.
b. colorín colorado, este cuento se ha acabado (used at the end of a fairy tale)
They townsfolk banished the witch, and they lived happily ever after.Los del pueblo desterraron a la bruja, y colorín colorado, este cuento se ha acabado.
c. y fueron felices y comieron perdices (used at the end of a fairy tale)
The prince rescued the princess from the dragon's clutches, and they lived happily ever after.El príncipe rescató a la princesa de las garras del dragón, y fueron felices y comieron perdices.
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