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Translation of "you" - English-Spanish dictionary

you

pronoun   strong /juː/ weak /ju, /
A1 used to mean the person or people you are talking to tú, vosotros, vosotras, usted, ustedes I love you. You said I could go with you.
A2 people generally se You learn to accept these things as you get older.
(Definition of you from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

you

pronoun /juː/
(used as the subject or object of a verb, or as the object of a preposition) the person(s) you spoken or written to tú, vosotros, vosotras, usted, ustedes (sujeto); se, uno (sujeto impersonal); te, ti, os (complemento); la, le, lo, los, las (complemento directo); le, les (complemento indirecto); contigo (with you) You look well! I asked you a question Do you all understand? Who came with you?
used with a noun when calling someone something, especially something unpleasant cacho, ¡pero serás (idiota)! You idiot! You fools!
(Definition of you from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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