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Estar de pie in English

SpanishEnglish
estar de pie     No había más asientos libres, por eso tuvimos que estar de pie. to stand     There were no more free seats, so that we had to stand.

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SpanishEnglish
estar de pie to stand up


He wants to say that peace and brutality are very connected. In one line he is talking about the cleanness and in the next line he is talking about the witches' broth. How good is that, isn't it?
But his intensions are clear. By saying: 'I do not want anybody but you, I don't want anyone else...' he actually refers also to the unborn child. He is putting her into a sad dilema. She refuses.
On the way back I visited a private beach resort. I just wanted to see whether I could get in and it was not a problem at all. The resort belonged to some club on the main land near Cancun.
Most common translations: desierto    cola    cantante    barrer    agencia de viajes    valiente    sábana    riñón    plata    oso   

English Verbs    
Conjugation of stand   [ stood, stood ]