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Google Translation:
Su cara se volvió sombría, se dejó caer la silla y cerró los ojos

su
     1. adj. (before the noun) apocopic form of suyo His, her, its, one's, their.
           Vino con su amigo. (He came with his friend.)
           Habló a sus hijas. (He spoke to his daughters.)
     2. adj. (before the noun, formal) apocopic form of suyo Your.
     3. adv. About, approximately.
           pesa sus dos kilogramos = it weighs about two kilograms.
su plan
hasta su muerte
cara
     1. n. (anatomy) face (the front part of the head)
     2. n. face (one's facial expression)
     3. n. face (the frontal aspect of something)
     4. n. (colloquial) gall, nerve (impudence)
     5. n. (geometry) face (any of the flat bounding surfaces of a polyhedron)
     6. n. heads (side of a coin)
     7. adj. feminine singular of adjective caro
contestó con cara de inocencia
     caro
          1. adj. dear (loved)
          2. adj. expensive
          3. adv. costly
se
     1. pron. (Third person (also used for usted and ustedes) reflexive direct or indirect object) oneself, himself, herself, itself, yourself; each other; one another
     2. pron. (Also used to convey the meaning of the English passive voice in the third person and with) usted and ustedes.
           ¿Cómo se llama? — “What is your name?” formal (Literally, “How do you call yourself?”)
           Se dice que... — “It is said that...” (Literally, “It says itself that...”)
           Aquí se habla español — Spanish is spoken here or They speak Spanish here. (Literally, “Spanish speaks itself here.”)
     3. pron. (Used instead of indirect object pronouns) le and les (n-g, before the direct object pronouns m, es, lo), m, es, la, m, es, los, or m, es, las.
           El samaritano se las dio. — “The Samaritan gave them to him.”
     4. v. misspelling of sé
se retiró
y se secó
volvió
     1. v. formal second-person singular preterite indicative of volver
     2. v. third-person singular preterite indicative of volver
se volvió la zorra y le dijo
volvió el mono su mirada hacia un cementerio
     volver
          1. v. to return
          2. v. to come back, go back
          3. v. to do again
                Volvió a olvidarse de la foto. (He forgot the photo again.)
          4. v. to turn
          5. v. (reflexive) to turn
          6. v. (reflexive) to get, become
                Me estoy volviendo loco. (I am getting crazy.)
          7. v. to make, to drive
                Esto me está volviendo loco. (This is driving me mad.)
                Me vuelves loco. (You drive me crazy.)
se volvió
     volverse
          1. v. to become
sombría
     1. adj. feminine singular of sombrío
     sombrío
          1. adj. shady, umbrageous
          2. adj. gloomy, dark
se
     1. pron. (Third person (also used for usted and ustedes) reflexive direct or indirect object) oneself, himself, herself, itself, yourself; each other; one another
     2. pron. (Also used to convey the meaning of the English passive voice in the third person and with) usted and ustedes.
           ¿Cómo se llama? — “What is your name?” formal (Literally, “How do you call yourself?”)
           Se dice que... — “It is said that...” (Literally, “It says itself that...”)
           Aquí se habla español — Spanish is spoken here or They speak Spanish here. (Literally, “Spanish speaks itself here.”)
     3. pron. (Used instead of indirect object pronouns) le and les (n-g, before the direct object pronouns m, es, lo), m, es, la, m, es, los, or m, es, las.
           El samaritano se las dio. — “The Samaritan gave them to him.”
     4. v. misspelling of sé
se dijeron
se retiró
dejó
     1. v. third-person singular preterit indicative of dejar
pero no se dejó convencer
dejó entonces a la liebre
     dejar
          1. v. to leave (to place)
                Dejé la cerveza arriba. - I left the beer upstairs.
          2. v. to leave (to cause, result in)
                Su respuesta nos dejó convencidos. - His answer left us convinced.
          3. v. to let, allow
                Deja que se explique. - Let her explain herself.
          4. v. to let go, put down (to release from one's grasp)
          5. v. to leave, abandon
                Su madre la dejó cuando tenía tres años. - Her mother left her when she was three.
                Van a dejar la bebida. - They're going to give up drinking.
          6. v. (intransitive, dejar de) to cease, stop (doing something)
                Hace dos años dejaron de fumar. - Two years ago they stopped smoking.
          7. v. (reflexive) to let oneself go (cease to care about one's appearance)
se dejó
     dejarse
          1. v. Compound of the infinitive dejar and the pronoun se
caer
     1. v. (intransitive, reflexive) to fall (to move to a lower position due to gravity)
     2. v. (intransitive) to fall (to come down, to drop, to descend)
           La lluvia cae más fuerte que antes. - The rain is falling heavier than before.
     3. v. (intransitive, reflexive) to fall down, to collapse (to fall to the ground)
     4. v. (intransitive, reflexive) to fall out (to come out of something by falling)
           El pelo dañado puede caerse. - Damaged hair can fall out.
     5. v. (intransitive) to fall into, to fall for; to be ensnared by
           caer en la trampa - to fall in the trap
     6. v. (intransitive) to fall into (to enter a negative state)
     7. v. (intransitive) to fall, to collapse (to be overthrown or defeated)
           El imperio romano cayó poco a poco. - The Roman Empire fell little by little.
     8. v. (intransitive) to get (to understand)
           No caigo. - I don't get it.
     9. v. (intransitive) to be granted or awarded
           Le cayó una multa. - She got fined.
     10. v. (intransitive) to fall under (to belong to for purposes of categorization)
     11. v. (intransitive) to fall on (to occur on a particular day)
por el ruido que hizo el leño al caer
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.
     4. n. (music) la (sixth note of the scale)
     5. n. (music) A (the musical note or key)
y la zorra
y la del camino
silla
     1. n. chair
     2. n. saddle
Y
     1. Letter. The 26th letter of the Spanish alphabet.
     2. conj. and
     3. conj. (in names of number) and
           setenta y seis - seventy-six
     4. conj. (in arithmetic) plus, and
           uno y uno son dos - one plus one is two
     5. conj. (informal) well
           ¡Y por supuesto! - Well, of course!
cerró
     1. v. formal second-person singular preterite indicative of cerrar
     2. v. third-person singular preterite indicative of cerrar
     cerrar
          1. v. to close
                No olvides cerrar la puerta. - Don't forget to close the door.
          2. v. to shut
                No olvides cerrar la puerta. - Don't forget to shut the door.
                Están intentando cerrar tu negocio. - They're trying to shut your business down.
          3. v. to enclose
los
     1. art. the
           ¿Qué hacen los muchachos?
             "What do the boys do?".
     2. pron. accusative of ellos and ustedes (when referring to more than one man); them, you all (formal)
     3. pron. Plural masculine or neuter pronoun, e.g. los que no hablan, "those who do not speak".
los lobos
y los lobos
ojos
     1. n. plural of ojo
ante los ojos de su enemiga
     ojo
          1. n. eye
          2. n. keyhole
          3. interj. look! watch out!
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