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llevas toda la semana trabajando, necesitas un respiro exp.
you've been working all week, you need a break {o} a rest

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
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take a breather
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to take a break
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he took a deep breath
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she breathed a sigh of relief
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next week
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a week later
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once a week
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"llevas toda la semana": examples and translations in context
Llevo toda la semana trabajando en esto. I've been working on it all week.
Llevo toda la semana esperando esto. I've been looking forward to this all week long.
Y llevo toda la semana sin ver fantasmas. And you know what's weird is I have not seen one ghost in a whole week.
Llevo toda la semana intentando verte. I've been trying to reach you all week.
Llevas toda la semana callándote algo. You've had something sticking in your throat all week.
Necesito un bronceado de Florida aunque lleve toda la tarde. I need a deep Florida tan if it takes all afternoon.
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