we got

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The combination of "get" with an adjective is often translated into Spanish as a pronominal verb. For example: "to get bored" ("aburrirse"), "to get tired" ("cansarse"), "to get married" ("casarse").
we got(
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gad
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (we obtained)
a. conseguimos
After a few tries, we got the answer we wanted from her.Después de varios intentos, conseguimos la respuesta que queríamos de ella.
b. obtuvimos
We got such a positive response to our proposal that the boss wants us to work on it full-time.Obtuvimos una reacción tan positiva a nuestra propuesta que el jefe quiere que nos dediquemos a ella a tiempo completo.
2. (we purchased)
a. compramos
We got a fridge at half-price for the new house.Compramos una nevera a mitad de precio para la casa nueva.
3. (we received)
a. recibimos
We got the news this morning. We are so sorry for your loss.Recibimos la noticia esta mañana. Lo sentimos mucho.
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