Translation: from spanish

as for you

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  • for you — See: THAT S FOR YOU …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • for you — See: THAT S FOR YOU …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Crazy for You — For other uses, see Crazy for You (disambiguation). Crazy for You Original Cast Recording Music George Gershwin Lyrics Ira Ge …   Wikipedia

  • Have I Got News for You — Infobox television show name = Have I Got News for You caption = The titlescreen format = Comedy panel game picture format = 4:3 (1990 – 1998) 16:9 (1998 – present) runtime = 30 minutes (standard) 40 minutes (extended) location = The London… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Have I Got News For You episodes — This is a list of episodes from the satirical news based panel game Have I Got News for You .From series 1 until series 10 the show was chaired by Angus Deayton, with team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton and a guest on each team. For series… …   Wikipedia

  • all right for you — {interj.} I m finished with you! That ends it between you and me! Used by children. * /All right for you! I m not playing with you any more!/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • all right for you — {interj.} I m finished with you! That ends it between you and me! Used by children. * /All right for you! I m not playing with you any more!/ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • that's --- for you — That s the way (someone or something) is; (someone or something) is like that. * /John tried hard, but he lost the game. That s life for you./ * /Mary changed her mind about going. That s a girl for you./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • that's --- for you — That s the way (someone or something) is; (someone or something) is like that. * /John tried hard, but he lost the game. That s life for you./ * /Mary changed her mind about going. That s a girl for you./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • We Can Remember It for You Wholesale — is a novelette by Philip K. Dick first published in The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction in April 1966.It features a classic meshing of reality, false memory and real memory.The story is included in the collection of the same name. Plot… …   Wikipedia

  • You — (stressed /IPA|jü/; unstressed [IPA|jə] ) is the second person personal pronoun in Modern English. Ye was the original nominative form; the oblique/objective form is you (functioning originally as both accusative and dative), and the possessive… …   Wikipedia


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