¿Qué significa take after en inglés?

Mireia 7 respuestas
Inglés
Me acuerdo de esta expresión, pero ya ni siquiera recuerdo el contexto, si fue durante las clases de inglés o en una película. De todos modos, no entiendo qué significa take after y cómo traducirlo. Gracias por su ayuda
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Danai Roussou
Parecer, tener mismo comportamiento!
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Yesica Mendez
"Take after" significa parecerse a un miembro de la familia ya sea en apariencia o personalidad. E.g: My mom takes after her father's side of the family. He takes after me with his love of music.
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Charito C.
Hi Mireia: Take after means to be similar to an older member of your family in appearance or character. Cheers!
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Blanca Soto Martínez
¡Hola, Mireia! La expresión "take after" es un phrasal verb, y se utiliza cuando una persona se parece a un familiar suyo. Un buen sinónimo podría ser "ressemble", pero "take after" es más preciso cuando queremos hablar del parecido con un familiar. Te dejo un ejemplo: Ann takes after her father: they both love art and animals (Ana se parece a su padre: ambos adoran el arte y los animales). ¡Espero que te haya servido de ayuda!
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Pilar Fandos
Hola Mireia, "Take after" se dice cuando se habla de una persona que es, se comporta, o habla como otra. Normalmente se usa para hablar de padres/madres y sus hijos. Por ejemplo. Fran is very handsome, he takes after his father. Fran has a beautiful voice, he takes after his mother I hope this helps!! Pilar
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Gloria Emeka
Take after significa "parecerse a". Cuando alguien dice en Inglés - you took after your mom, simplemente quiere decir que te pareces a tu madre, en el sentido de que tomaste de ella. Espero que esto te ayude
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Amelia Jane Utting Demer
To take after someone is to behave similarly to them or to look like them. You take after someone in your family who is a generation older than you and in a sense you have inherited or they have given you these characteristics. For example: "When I watch my nephew playing with his friends it reminds me of my brother (his Dad) when he was his age. He definitely takes after his Dad in many ways." Or you might say to a friend: "Wow! When you said that you looked just like your Mum - you really take after her, you have the exact same mannerisms as her." Hope that helps.
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Amelia Jane Utting Demer
To take after someone is to behave similarly to them or to look like them. You take after someone in your family who is a generation older than you and in a sense you have inherited or they have given you these characteristics. For example: "When I watch my nephew playing with his friends it reminds me of my brother (his Dad) when he was his age. He definitely takes after his Dad in many ways." Or you might say to a friend: "Wow! When you said that you looked just like your Mum - you really take after her, you have the exact same mannerisms as her." Hope that helps.
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