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Agradar(le) (a uno)
No me agrada que los desconocidos me traten de "tú".
to like
I don't like it when strangers use the "tú" form with me.
Alcanzar(le) (a uno)
A mi prima no le alcanzó la soga para amarrar la caja.
to have enough
My cousin didn't have enough rope to tie the box.
Caer(le) bien/mal/etc (a uno)
La Sra. Jiménez me cae muy bien, pero su esposo me cae pesado.
to create a good/bad impression on one, to like.
I like Mrs. Jiménez very much but I don't like her husband.
Convenir(le) (a uno)
A ud. no le conviene cambiar de empleo ahora.
to suit (one's) interests, to be good for.
It is not good for you to change jobs now.
Costar(le) trabajo (a uno)
A Mauricio le cuesta mucho trabajo madrugar.
to be hard (for one); to have a hard time + ing form
It's very hard for Mauricio to get up early. (Mauricio has a hard time getting up early.)
dar(le) lástima (a uno)
Al chico le daban lástima las dos viejitas pordioseras.
to feel sorry for
The boy felt sorry for the two old beggar women.
Disgustar(le) (a uno)
Me disgustan las personas que no son sinceras.
to dislike
I dislike people who are not sincere.
Encantar(le) (a uno)
Puerto Rico me encanta.
To delight, to charm. To be delighted with.
I am delighted with PR. (PR is (to me) delightful/charming.)
Extrañar(le) (a uno)
¿No le extraña a usted que hoy haga tanto calor?
To be surprised
Aren't you surprised that it is so hot today?
Fascinar(le) (a uno)
A ella le fascinan esas pulseras.
To delight, charm, fascinate; to be fascinated by
Those bracelets delight her. (She is fascinated by those bracelets.)
Hacer(le) falta (a uno)
¿Cree ud. que a uno le hace falta dinero para ser feliz?
To need
Do you think that one needs money to be happy?
Importar(le) (a uno)
A nosotros no nos importa esperar, ¿le importa a usted?
to matter, to mind
We don't mind waiting, do you?
Interesar(le) (a uno)
Al profesor Quevedo le interesan mucho las ruinas egipcias.
To interest (one); to be interested in.
Egyptian ruins interest professor Q. (Prof Q is very interested in Egyptian ruins.)
Molestar(le) (a uno)
¿Les molesta a ustedes que fume?
To bother, to be bothered by.
Does my smoking bother you? (Are you bothered by my smoking?)
Parecer(le) (a uno)
A Raúl no le pareció bien que no lo llamaras.
To seem (to one)
Your not calling him didn't seem right to Raúl.
Preocupar(le) (a uno)
A los padres de Julián les preocupaba su conducta.
To worry; to be be worried by.
Julian's behavior worried his parents. (Julian's parents were worried by his behavior.)
Quedar(le) (a uno)
¿Cuánto dinero les queda a ustedes?
To have left.
How much money do you have left?
Quedar(le) bien/mal/grande/pequeño
A la clienta no le quedaba bien la falda.
To fit right/badly; to be (un)becoming; to be too large/small (for one)
The skirt didn't fit the customer right.
Resultar(le) agradable, desagradable, dificil, doloroso, fácil, penoso, triste.
A Pablo le resulta difícil castigar a su hijo.
To be (turn out to be) pleasant, unpleasant, difficult, painful, easy, distressing, sad (for one).
It is difficult for Pablo to punish his son.
Sobrar(le) (a uno)
Hicimos tan rápido el trabajo, que nos sobró el tiempo.
To have in excess, to have have more than enough, to have left over.
We did the work so fast that we had time left over. (had more than enought time.
Sorprender(le) (a uno)
Al chico, le sorprendió que el gato estuviera vivo.
To be surprised.
The boy was surprised that the cat was alive.
tocar(le) el turno (una rifa, la loteria) (a uno)
A la familia Solís le tocó el premio gordo.
To be one's turn; to win (a raffle, lottery prize)
The Solís family won the grand prize in the lottery.
Poner(lo) (a uno) (+ adjectivo)
Esa canción siempre la pone triste.
A ese hombre lo pone nervioso el montar en avión.
To make one (+ adjective)
That song always makes her sad.
Flying makes that man nervous.