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In English, we have a phrase "don't worry" that's very commonly used. I assume it doesn't translate literally into Spanish—does anyone know a Spanish equivalent?
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Don't worry means literally "no te preocupes" in Spanish.

Spanish speaking people may say someone;

"No te preocupes, todo va a salir bien" (Don't worry, everything is going to be okay") and this is the grammatically correct way to use the term.

 

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On 12/14/2015 at 9:50 PM, OmniHead said:

Don't worry means literally "no te preocupes" in Spanish.

Spanish speaking people may say someone;

"No te preocupes, todo va a salir bien" (Don't worry, everything is going to be okay") and this is the grammatically correct way to use the term.

 

 

This is correct. It is also common in some countries to say the word "descuida", which basically means don't worry. Literally it translates into disregard or neglect.

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