1. (I go across)
a. I cross
Yo siempre paso la calle por el semáforo. - Yo también.I always cross the road at the traffic light. - Me too.
2. (I occupy my time)
a. I spend
Debido a mi trabajo, yo paso horas sentada delante de la computadora.Due to my work, I spend hours sitting in front of the computer.
3. (I suffer)
4. (colloquial) (used to express indifference)
¿Le vas a ayudar? - No, yo paso. Él se metió en ese lío solo y tendrá que salir solo.Are you going to help him? - No, it's not my problem. He got into that mess alone and will have to get out of it alone.
5. (colloquial) (used to reject an offer)
¿Quieres ver la película con nosotros? - No, yo paso, estoy muy cansado.Do you want to watch the movie with us? - No, I'll give it a miss. I'm very tired.
b. count me out
Vamos a hacerle un regalo entre todos. - Yo paso, él nunca me regaló nada a mí.We're all going to chip in to buy him a present. - Count me out. He never gave anything to me.
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