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Google Translation:
"Y a la hora de comer te das cuenta de que te han llevado a un 'bar de fritangas' donde lo único que saben hacer es precisamente eso: fritangas.

y
     1. conj. and
           setenta y seis - “seventy-six”
     3. conj. plus
           uno y uno son dos - “one plus one is two”
     5. conj. well
           ¡y por supuesto! - “well, of course!”
a
     1. prep. to
     2. prep. by
     3. prep. at
     4. prep. Used before words referring to people, pets, or personified objects or places that function as direct objects: personal a.
           Lo busca a Usted. — “He is looking for you.”
la
     1. art. the
     2. pron. Accusative of ella, ello (when the antecedent's implied gender is feminine), and usted (when referring to a woman); her, it, you (formal)
     3. pron. Impersonal neuter pronoun (accusative) in certain colloquial phrases: 'it', 'this'.
           La sabe toda.
           He/she knows everything (it all)
           ¡Dónde la viste!
           Where have you seen this!
           No te la creo.
           I don't believe you.
           Examples:
     11. n. la (sixth note of the scale)
     12. n. A (the musical note or key)
hora
     1. n. hour
     2. n. time
de
     1. prep. of; 's (but used after the thing owned and before the owner)
     2. prep. of, ’s (but used after the thing owned and before the owner)
     3. prep. from
           Constitución española de 1812 — “Spanish constitution of 1812”
     5. prep. used to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns)
           la cola del perro — “the dog's tail”
     7. prep. from
           Soy de España — “I'm from Spain”
           Él murió de hambre — “He died from hunger”
     10. prep. used to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns)
           campamento de verano — “summer camp”
comer
     1. v. to eat
     2. v. (colloquial) to eat away, corrode
     3. vt. to capture a piece
     4. v. (double entendre Mexico) to have sexual intercourse (because of similitude to coger)
     5. n. eating, food
te
     1. pron. you (familiar objective case form)
das
     1. v. informal second-person singular present indicative of dar
     dar
          1. vt. to give
          2. vt. to hand over
          3. vt. to hit
          4. vt. to emit
          5. vt. to produce
          6. vt. to perform
          7. vt. to consider
          8. vt. to overlook
          9. vt. to encounter, to run into
          10. vt. to hit upon
          11. vt. to give, to stretch
          12. vr. to occur
          13. vr. to grow
          14. vr. to hit oneself against
          15. vr. to realize or notice something
          16. v. to brag or boast about
          17. vr. to surrender
          18. vr. + por to assume
te das
     darse
          1. v. Reflexive form of dar: to give oneself.
cuenta
     1. n. bill
     2. n. account
     3. n. report
     4. v. informal second-person affirmative imperative of contar
     5. v. second-person present indicative of contar
     6. v. third-person present indicative of contar
     contar
          1. v. to count, to tally
          2. v. to tell (a story), narrate
          3. v. to rely on
          4. v. to have available
de
     1. prep. of; 's (but used after the thing owned and before the owner)
     2. prep. of, ’s (but used after the thing owned and before the owner)
     3. prep. from
           Constitución española de 1812 — “Spanish constitution of 1812”
     5. prep. used to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns)
           la cola del perro — “the dog's tail”
     7. prep. from
           Soy de España — “I'm from Spain”
           Él murió de hambre — “He died from hunger”
     10. prep. used to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns)
           campamento de verano — “summer camp”
que
     1. conj. that
     2. conj. than
     3. conj. indicating a reason, roughly because
     4. conj. indicating desire or permission
     5. conj. if I were you
     6. conj. the thing is
     7. pron. who, that
     8. pron. that, whom
     9. pron. that, which
te
     1. pron. you (familiar objective case form)
han
     1. v. second-person plural present indicative of haber
     2. v. third-person plural present indicative of haber
     haber
          1. v. (auxiliary verb taking past participle to build perfect tense) to have
          2. v. (rare or dated or idiomatic) to hold, to possess
          3. v. (impersonal in third person only) to exist, “there is”, “there are” (hay), “there was”, “there were” (había)
          4. v. (with “de” + infinitive) to have to do.
te han
     haberse
          1. v. Compound of the infinitive haber and the pronoun se
llevado
     1. v. past participle of llevar
     llevar
          1. vt. to take, carry, take away, carry away (implies to move something further from who speaks)
          2. vt. to lead away, to carry away (implies moving someone further from the speaker)
          3. vt. to have spent time
          4. vt. to wear (short form of llevar puesto)
          5. vt. to include (have as a component, part, accesory or ingredient)
a
     1. prep. to
     2. prep. by
     3. prep. at
     4. prep. Used before words referring to people, pets, or personified objects or places that function as direct objects: personal a.
           Lo busca a Usted. — “He is looking for you.”
un
     1. adj. (before the noun) apocopic form of uno one
     2. art. a
'bar
de
     1. prep. of; 's (but used after the thing owned and before the owner)
     2. prep. of, ’s (but used after the thing owned and before the owner)
     3. prep. from
           Constitución española de 1812 — “Spanish constitution of 1812”
     5. prep. used to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns)
           la cola del perro — “the dog's tail”
     7. prep. from
           Soy de España — “I'm from Spain”
           Él murió de hambre — “He died from hunger”
     10. prep. used to construct compound nouns (with attributive nouns)
           campamento de verano — “summer camp”
fritangas'
donde
     1. adv. (in indirect questions) where, in what place.
     2. conj. (Chile colloquial) because
     3. conj. (Latin America colloquial) if
     4. pron. (relative) where, in what place.
lo
     1. art. neuter definite article used to make abstract nouns from adjectives, the
     2. pron. impersonal neuter pronoun, it, that
único
     1. adj. unique, sole, single, only
     2. adj. solitary, alone
que
     1. conj. that
     2. conj. than
     3. conj. indicating a reason, roughly because
     4. conj. indicating desire or permission
     5. conj. if I were you
     6. conj. the thing is
     7. pron. who, that
     8. pron. that, whom
     9. pron. that, which
saben
     1. v. second-person plural present indicative of saber
     2. v. third-person plural present indicative of saber
     saber
          1. v. to know (a fact)
          2. v. to know how to do something
          3. v. to taste
          4. n. knowledge
hacer
     1. v. do, make
     2. vr. to become
     3. vr. to get
es
     1. v. second-person singular present indicative of ser
     2. v. third-person singular present indicative of ser
     ser
          1. v. to be (essentially or identified as).
          2. v. to be (in the passive voice sense)
          3. v. to exist, to occur
          4. n. A being, organism.
          5. n. Nature, essence
          6. n. Value, worth
precisamente
     1. adv. precisely
eso
     1. pron. (neuter of ése) that
fritangas
     1. n. plural of fritanga
     fritanga
          1. n. (derogative) fried food
          2. n. (derogative) frying
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