“Pra caralho” works as an intensifier and actually has a meaning of “fucking” or “a shit load”. It's super informal and may even sound a little bit rude if used while talking to someone you're not quite close to.
• ”Você faz falta.” = “You're missed.” (basically “I miss you” in the passive voice).
• “Você faz falta pra caralho.” = “I fucking miss you.” = “I miss you a shit load.”
Nesta frase "Você faz falta" significa que a pessoa está um tempo longe, e você está com saudades. E nesta frase "pra caralho" significa MUITO, então é "Você faz muita falta" OBS : "CARALHO" É UM PALAVRÃO
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