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    Default 'I am still standing' or 'I will never break'

    Does anyone know the meaning of these in Spanish and what they translate to?

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    Hi reeses, in spanish you can use "Seguiré aguantando/resistiendo" or "Nunca me rendiré".

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    Default Re: 'I am still standing' or 'I will never break'

    en el primer caso para mi seria :"Seguire firme"

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    For a text like "I'm still standing despite all adversities..." you can use "Me mantengo de pie a pesar de toda adversidad."

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    Default Re: 'I am still standing' or 'I will never break'

    Quote Originally Posted by gentle View Post
    For a text like "I'm still standing despite all adversities..." you can use "Me mantengo de pie a pesar de toda adversidad."
    Mejor: me mantengo EN pie a pesar...

    Mantenerse de pie: to stand, to be able to stand
    The child can't stand yet. El niño no es capaz de mantenerse de pie.

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