Translation of you in Spanish:
- 1 (sing) 1.1 (as subject — familiar)(— formal)now you tryI don't think that hat's youahora prueba tú/pruebe ustedahora probá vos (Central America) (River Plate area)if I were youese sombrero no te favorecepoor you!yo que tú/que ustedyo en tu/en su lugaryo de ti/de usted (Spain)yo que vos (Central America) (River Plate area)you liar!¡pobrecito!you and yours¡mentiroso!1.2 (as direct object — familiar)tú y los tuyos(— formal, feminine)I saw you, PeteI saw you, Mr Russellte vi, Pete1.3 (as indirect object — familiar)lo vi, señor Russellle vi, señor Russell (Spain)(— formal)(— with direct object pronoun present)I told youI gave it to youte dije/le dije1.4 (after preposition — familiar)te lo di/se lo di(— formal)for youwith youpara ti/ustedpara vos (Central America) (River Plate area)she's taller than youcontigo/con ustedes más alta que tú
- 2 (pl) 2.1 (as subject, and after preposition — familiar)vosotros, (-tras) (Spain)(— formal)be quiet, you twocome on, you guys! hey! you lot over there! (British English)ustedes dos: ¡cállense!vosotros dos: ¡callaos! (Spain)you liars!¡eh, ustedes or (Spain) vosotros allí!with you¡mentirosos!they're taller than youcon ustedes or (in Spain also) con vosotros/vosotras2.2 (as direct object — familiar)son más altos que ustedesson más altos que vosotros (Spain)los, (las) (Latin America)(— formal, feminine)I heard you, gentlemenI heard you, boys/girlslos or (in Spain also) les oí, caballeros2.3 (as indirect object — familiar)los/las oí, chicos/chicas (Latin America)os oí, chicos/chicas (Spain)(— formal)(— with direct object pronoun present)I gave you the bookI gave it to youles or (in Spain also) os di el librose or (in Spain also) os lo di
- 3 (one) 3.1 (as subject)when she starts crying, you don't know what to douno, (una)you can't do that herecuando se pone a llorar, no sabes qué hacer or uno no sabe qué hacer3.2 (as direct object) people stop you in the street and ask for moneyaquí uno no puede or no se puede or no puedes hacer eso3.3 (as indirect object) they never tell you the truthla gente te para en la calle y te pide dinerola gente lo para a uno en la calle y le pide dineronunca te dicen la verdadnunca le dicen la verdad a unoExample sentences
- If I could have one wish, it would be for you to never stop loving me.
- We will always love you, and revere your amazing grace in that wonderful season.
- If you have a story or information you would like to be included we would love to hear from you.
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Opus Dei - Latin for "God's Work" - is a Catholic organization founded in Spain in 1928. The Opus became very influential in Spanish society, above all by founding schools and universities. The aim was to create an élite which would spread Christian ideals throughout society. The University of Navarre is one of its foremost institutions.