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

--¿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)"
"do you like it?" -- "not at all"
"which one do you like?" -- "none of them"
do you like jazz?
do you like playing cards?
so you don't like this?
I like tea
See also:

gustar, gusa, gustado, gustazo

"te gusta no mucho": examples and translations in context
- No te gusta mucho recibir órdenes. - Taking orders ain't your strong suit.
Pero como no te gusta mucho salir, pensé... But since you don't really like to go out, I thought...
Si mal no recuerdo, no te gustó mucho ese ejercicio. As I recall, you didn't think much of that particular exercise.
Me alegra que no te guste, porque no queda mucho. I'm glad you don't like it because there's not much left.
Normalmente, no te gusta mucho. Normally, you won't feel much.
-Sé que no te gusta mucho el ruido. -I know that you don't like noise or music.
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