venir bien

venir bien(
beh
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neer
 
byehn
)
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to be suitable for)
a. to suit
¿Te viene bien quedar a las cinco, o es demasiado pronto para ti?Does it suit you to meet at five, or is it too early for you?
b. to be convenient for
La jefa dice que no le viene bien reunirse a las dos porque tiene una cita con un cliente a esa hora.The boss says that meeting at two o'clock isn't convenient for her because she has an appointment with a client at that time.
2. (to be the correct size for)
a. to fit
No me viene bien el suéter. Necesito una talla más grande.The sweater doesn't fit. I need a bigger size.
3. (to flatter)
a. to suit
¿Tú crees que me viene bien el color verde?Do you think green suits me?
b. to look good on
Te viene bien ese corte de pelo. Realza tus facciones.That haircut looks good on you. It enhances your features.
4. (to be of use to)
a. to come in handy
Este destornillador eléctrico podría venirnos bien para montar el armario. ¿Lo compramos también?This electric screwdriver could come in handy to assemble the closet. Shall we buy it too?
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