Learn Spanish Expressions with Spanish Verb Llevar
The Spanish verb llevar means to take, but there are many Spanish expressions that are formed with Llevar. Here are some of them.
llevar a cabo
to carry out
llevar la contraria
to take an opposite point of view
llevarse como el perro y el gato
to be always squabbling
llevarse un chasco
to be disappointed
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