be loose

be loose(
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to be unattached)
a. estar suelto
My tooth is loose. The tooth fairy is coming to visit me soon.Mi diente está suelto. El Ratoncito Pérez vendrá a visitarme pronto.
b. estar flojo
Two of the screws are loose.Dos de los tornillos están flojos.
2. (to not fit tightly)
a. quedar suelto
I'm going to wear something that's loose so I'll have room to eat a lot.Voy a llevar algo que quede suelto para tener espacio para comer mucho.
b. quedar flojo
I've walked a lot more in the last two months and now my pants are loose.He caminado mucho más en los últimos dos meses y ahora mis pantalones me quedan flojos.
c. quedar holgado
The wristband is loose, so it's easy to take off.La pulsera queda holgada, así que es fácil quitármela.
3. (to be flexible)
a. ser flexible
My schedule is flexible. I work where I want and when I want.Mi horario es flexible. Trabajo donde quiera y cuando quiera.
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