A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase 1. (third person singular) a. he has brothers (masculine) Arturo dice que tiene hermanos, pero que se lleva mal con ellos. - Quizá si tuviera una hermana, se llevaría bien. Arturo says he has brothers, but that he doesn't get along with them. - Maybe if he had a sister, he would get on. b. he has siblings (masculine) ¿Marcos es hijo único? - No, tiene hermanos, Elisa y Martín. Is Marcos an only child? - No, he has siblings, Elisa and Martin. c. she has brothers (feminine) Alicia dice que tiene hermanos que la van a defender si tú sigues intimidándola. Alicia says she has brothers who are going to defend her if you go on bullying her. d. she has siblings (feminine) Margarita es afortunada. Tiene hermanos, y ellos la ayudan con su tarea. Margarita is a lucky girl. She has siblings, and they help her with her homework. 2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., How are you?).
(informal) (second person singular) a. you have brothers Tiene hermanos, ¿no? - Sí, tres: Arturo, Raúl y Antonio. You have brothers, right? - Yes, three: Arturo, Raul, and Antonio. b. you have siblings Usted tiene hermanos. Hable con ellos para tomar una decisión respecto de la venta de la casa de sus padres. You have siblings. Talk to him to make a decision regarding the sale of your parent's house. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.
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