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Talking about a volunteer group working with the needy. The founder asks a girl if she wants to join a project but she is unable because of other committments. She then says: Severino me dijo que si podía compartir con ellos en la noche y mi respuesta fue que sí"
Could this mean work with them? or collaborate during the evening?
Many Latin Americans have adopted the term "compartir"
Explanation: to mean "spend time together", usually to chat, exchange ideas, etc. It is something you do with friends and other people who are not intimate (because I get asked, when meeting modern latinos, to "compartir" with them and we are not on intimate terms, but are either friends or acquainted with each other and want to see each other again sometime soon.
Herman Vilella Local time: 08:04 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 344
10 mins confidence:
Explanation: possibly with some limitations not only at night but in some specific areas