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Dejala que vuelva

¨Te¨ in Spanish is the unstressed form of the personal pronoun of the second person in singular, which in the sentence plays the role of direct or indirect complement, it always goes without preposition. Precede in the phrase other unstressed pronouns.
¨Te¨ in accusative or dative designates an indeterminate person.
In Spanish is the name and the sound of the consonant ¨T¨.

¨Bote¨ is a word that in Spanish comes from the verb ¨botar¨; it refers to the action of throwing away something you don’t need anymore, this can be a thing or a person as well. It also refers to drop something, and example would be: I dropped the glass because it was too hot. ¨Botar¨ is also a common word to express that you’ve lost something : losing money, losing the wallet. This word is a common expression in Central America to say that someone was dismissed.
¨Te bote¨ this Spanish sentence translated to English means ¨ I threw you out¨. It means I threw you out of my life. This is the name of one of the most played reggaeton songs, this song is from multiple singers mostly of them reggaeton singers from Puerto Rico, Nio García, Darell , Casper Mágico, Ozuna, Bad Bunny with the exception of Nicky Jam who comes from United States

The word ¨Déjala¨ in Spanish comes from the verb ¨Dejar¨ that means abandoning something or someone, it also refers to be missing or absent. It is a common expression used to abandon or for not continue with an activity. This word can be used for interrupting an action that used to be: quitting smoking. It means give something or lends something. It’s a common way to say do not disturb or annoy someone: leave me alone. This word refers to consent, allowing, not preventing an action. ¨Dejar¨ is an expression used to entrust something to someone, for example: He left the house in the care of his son.

The word ¨vuelva¨ in Spanish comes from the verb ¨volver¨, this word has multiple meanings. It means to drop something, let something goes away. ¨Volver¨ means to come back to someone or something. It means to turn something for example the page of a book. This word is common used for change direction or returning to the starting point.
In Latin- America is a common expression used to repeat or do again something that had already been done. ¨Volver¨ means turn your head or body to see what is behind your back. Putting or reconstituting someone or something in the state that it had before.

¨Déjala¨ is a word in Spanish, translates to English means ¨let her¨¨. ¨Volver¨ means to turn back or coming back to a place or a situation.

¨Déjala que vuelva¨ in English is ¨let her come back to you¨. It is a famous song from a Colombian group called Piso 21. This song is about a guy who was dating a girl, he was really in love with her but they broke up because she left a second time, he was hurt the first time but not a second time so he is ready to get over it. Therefore he can’t stand the fact of someone has left him a second time and he won’t do anything about the situation. She was the one who act in a bad way so he will not make it easy for her. Though he still misses her but he won’t do anything anyways, however he is pretty sure that she will come back but he will let the time pass because he is the one who is suffering. So basically she is the one who has to fix the relationship if she really wants to come back with him. This is the reason why he uses the expression ¨Déjala que vuelva¨ ¨let her come back to you¨.
Jenny (5 October 2018)

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