--¿te gusta --no mucho translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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--¿te gusta? --no mucho exp.
"do you like it?" -- "not really"

Entry related to:mucho, no

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"do you like it?" -- "yes (I do)"
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do you like jazz?
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do you like playing cards?
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"do you like it?" -- "not at all"
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"which one do you like?" -- "none of them"
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so you don't like this?
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I like tea
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gustar, gusa, gustado, gustazo

"te gusta no mucho": examples and translations in context
También el hecho de que te guste no ayuda mucho. Also the fact that you like her doesn't help a whole lot, either.
No te gusta hablar mucho, no? Not a big talker, what?
Intuyo que no te gusto mucho, pero verás. I sense you don't like me very much, but you'll see.
Simplemente parece que no te gusta mucho este lugar. It just doesn't seem that you like this place very much.
No te gusta mucho, me imagino. Can't be fun for you. No, it isn't.
Recuerdo que no te gustó mucho. I remember you didn't like it much.
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