Pasar means do?

ShirleyC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Pasar means do?

“pasamos a la nariz” is translated as “let’s do the nose”.

Is this correct?

Asked 2 years ago
JohnC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Hi Shirley, Yes the translation is given as "lets do the nose." If you click on the phrase you will see the translation. That said, pasar means many things but "go, proceed and go ahead" are common meanings, so I would also translate the phrase as .... having finished the eyes, "lets [move on to, go to] the nose." The phrase "lets do the nose" is a really good colloquial / every day translation.

Saludos. John 

 

Pasar means do?

“pasamos a la nariz” is translated as “let’s do the nose”.

Is this correct?

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