also: divertirse verbo pronominal
- ¡que te diviertas!nos divertimos mucho en la fiestahave fun!enjoy yourself!sabe divertirse solowe had great fun o a really good time at the partywe really enjoyed ourselves at the partyse divertían haciendo sufrir al pobre animalhe knows how to keep himself amusedhe is good at entertaining o amusing himselfthey were amusing o entertaining themselves by tormenting the poor animal
- Es un humor sombrío que divierte a los niños (y adultos).
- El fútbol es una pasión que divierte a la gente.
- En Marineland aprendió trucos con los que más tarde divertiría al público.
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