By William Shakespeare
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Repent: arrepentirse. sinned: pecado. sir: señor. tailor: sastre, costurera. transgressed: transgredido. true: verdadero, cierto. valiant: bravo, valiente. valour: valor. workman: obrero, trabajador. 58 All's Well That Ends Well BERTRAM. % LAFEU. -- God save you, Captain. BERTRAM. Is there any unkindness between my lord and you, monsieur? PAROLLES. I know not how I have deserved to run into my lord's displeasure. LAFEU. You have made shift to run into 't, boots and spurs and all, like him that leapt into the custard; and out of it you'll run again, rather than suffer question for your residence.
Fare: tarifa, pasaje. fit: adaptar, acomodar, ajustar, apoplejía, ajuste, caber, ataque, en forma, encajar. follow: seguir, seguid, sigues, siguen, sigue, sigo, sigan, seguís, seguimos, siga, venir después. haste: prisa, precipitación. indeed: verdaderamente, en efecto, de veras, en realidad, efectivamente. lord: señor, caballero. majesty: majestad. neither: tampoco, ninguno, nadie, ni. profess: confesar, declarar, declarad, declaro, declaren, declare, declaras, declaran, declaráis, declara, confesáis.
CLOWN. ' I see thing's may serve long, but not serve ever. COUNTESS. I play the noble housewife with the time, to entertain it so merrily with a fool. CLOWN. --Why, there't serves well again. COUNTESS. An end, sir! To your business. Give Helen this, And urge her to a present answer back: Commend me to my kinsmen and my son: This is not much. CLOWN. Not much commendation to them. Spanish answer: respuesta, responder, contestar, contestación, responder a, corresponder al, contestar a, la respuesta, réplica.