Me llevo bien con la gente

translation says I wear?

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Llevar can mean “to wear” “to carry” “to take”… It can also mean SO MANY other things. For me, it’s a very hard word to fully grasp. It has so many meanings depending on the context of the sentence. Sometimes it’s very obvious, other times I scratch my head. This is one of many reasons Clozemaster is so valuable. You will see llevar and its conjugated forms in a TON of sentences. CM will show all its various meanings which depend so vitally on context.

Here…“Me llevo bien con la gente.” means “I get along well with people.”

As for the definition of “wear”, the sentence must include an article of clothing. “llevar un vestido” (wear a dress) “llevar gafas” (wear glasses), etc.

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