"O vestido cai muito bem em você."

Translation:The dress fits you very well.

August 27, 2013



I put "the dress fits very well on you" and it was wrong - I'd have thought that would be OK. Is it?

August 27, 2013


That's correct too

August 27, 2013


Não. Isso representa uma tradução "ao pé da letra" que soa meio estranha. A tradução do DL está perfeita.

February 19, 2016


How would you say "the dress falls very well on you"? In the sense that it drapes the body in the right way. At least that's how we say it in Denmark, I'm not 100% sure of the English equivalent.

August 27, 2013


O vestido lhe cai muito bem / o vestido cai muito bem em você / o vestido fica muito bem em você

August 27, 2013


Yes thats what i was thinking. Ive heard it used here in the USA.

September 13, 2014


I hate this. 'fits' is not listed as a translation of 'cai' but 'falls' is. 'the dress falls very good on you', which also makes sense, is considered wrong. It's very frustrating.

September 20, 2013


Your problem is with your English - 'good' is an adjective, 'well' is the adverb.

June 15, 2014


When we talk about a dress falling, we mean it's coming off. If she keeps it on, the closest verb would be "the dress hangs very well"

June 11, 2019


As SeaOfSand noted five years ago, a very good translation of the Portuguese verb “cair” to English in this sentence and in this context is “to drape.” Ask any native English speaking seamstress or tailor. “To fall” with the adverb “well” works, well, well, too, but I prefer “to drape” rather than “to fall”. And, in terms of matters sartorial, “to hang” usually conveys a rather negative image and/or opinion ...

June 11, 2019


I guess another expression since 'cai' = fall magically turns into 'fit' and 'looks' in this one.

December 4, 2013


I put the dress fits very well on you - they didn't like it...

October 31, 2013


"The dress falls very well on you" was wrong... annoying when definitions come from nowhere

August 18, 2014


It looks like the DL robot decided to use "fall" since it is the exact translation of "cair." Literal translations.....

February 19, 2016
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