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un poco de
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. a bit of
El ambiente está muy cargado. Voy a salir a la terraza, necesito un poco de aire.It's very stuffy in here. I'm going out to the terrace; I need a bit of air.
b. a little
Si tuviera un poco de dinero, me compraba un pequeño terreno en el campo y me hacía una casa.If I had a little money, I'd buy a small piece of land in the country and build a house.
c. a little bit of
Todo lo que te pedí fue un poco de amor, nada más, pero ni eso supiste darme.All I asked from you was a little bit of love, no more, but you couldn't even give me that.
Ve a casa de la vecina a pedirle un poco de sal. Nos hemos quedado sin.Go to the neighbor's to ask for some salt. We have none left.
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