Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sentido"

Synonyms of "Sentido" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between You (no sentido plural) and You guys ?
A: You is typically singular but can be used for groups of people. You guys is only plural.
Q: What is the difference between about and on, no sentido de sobre ?
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Translations of "Sentido"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Identificável (no sentido de "relatable", do Inglês. Queria algumas expressões que pudesse usar com esse mesmo sentido)
A: Oh okay. Bom, usando seu próprio exemplo, você poderia dizer “This movie’s scene is so relatable” Or “I can relate to this “x-person” so much in this one scene.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “enrolar” no sentido de “encher linguiça”
A: * beating around the bush Quit beating around the bush and say what you came for. ( Pare de enrolar e diga pra que veio) * To stall If he calls again, try to stall him until I get there.( Se ele ligar de novo, enrole ele ate eu chegar la) *Pad out Try to not pad out your essay with foolishness. (Tente nao encher a linguiça na sua redação)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mal-acostumado no sentido de mimado
A: Spoiled / Spoil You’ll have to let me spoil you on your birthday.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ¿en qué sentido?
A: In what sense. I hate you. In what sense? In the sense that I wish I had never met you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sentido de la vida
A: @AnithaYs: purpose of life

Other questions about "Sentido"

Q: ¿Tendría sentido o estaría bien la siguiente frase? "many of my relatives have had to emmigrate to several places, from Berlin to Paris, passing through Barcelona and Vasc country" Thank you in advance for your answers
A: Many of my relatives have had to emmigrate to several places, from Berlin to Paris, passing through Barcelona and the Basque country on the way.

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