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

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

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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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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he doesn't like you being so familiar with him
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I don't like it very much
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he really likes showing off
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I love you so much
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I love you very much
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I love you very much {o} a lot
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I love you so much
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I like jazz a lot
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I really like jazz
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you know (just) how much I like it
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he likes playing {o} to play football
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he's a keen footballer
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will you be long?
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gustar, gusa, gustado, gustazo


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