literalmente significa: A DONDE TE HABIAN RETENIDO CAUTIVO Pero yo no se si esta frase tiene un significado filosofico como la frase de A DIOS ROGANDO Y CON EL MAZO DANDO! I am sorry! but if you know maybe you can tell me!
A captive is something that has been captured and can’t escape, like a prisoner of war or a panda in a zoo.so when asked "Where are you been held captive? ". This question would mean where(place) you are being held as a prisoner or hostage.
@Nahiskargil the phrase "If you didn't land on you feet first then you would smash your insides like hitting concrete" would imply that if you work hard to gain something and in the process you fail. You give up completely because you worked so hard and fail that you give up and decide to not try again...
@Nahiskargil "They ran out of money to finish" mean that a person who is in the process of constructing a building or something but while in the process of doing so the individual lack money to complete the process.
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