There are 3 main translations of mi in English:

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mi 1

adjetivo

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There are 3 main translations of mi in English:

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mi 2

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • MI AMIGA Y YO MI AMIGA Y YO Mi amiga me preguntó si me gustaría acostarme con su esposo.

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There are 3 main translations of mi in English:

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pronombre personal

  • 1.1 ¿es para mí?
    is it for me?
    delante de mí
    in front of me
    para mí que no entendió
    if you ask me she didn't understand
    por mí que haga lo que quiera
    he can do as he likes as far as I'm concerned
    ¿preguntó por mí?
    did she ask after me?
    creo que se ofendió — ¿y a mí qué? [familiar]
    I think she was offended — so? o so what?
    [familiar]
    1.2 (uso enfático) See examples: a mí no me importa
    I couldn't care less
    a mí me parece estúpido
    it seems stupid to me
    ¡a mí no me hables así!
    don't speak to me like that!
    1.3 (reflexivo) mí mismo/misma voy a pensar en mí misma
    I'm going to think of myself
    I'm going to look after number one
    [familiar]
    todavía puedo valerme por mí mismo
    I can still look after myself

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