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There is a Spanish word 'sobremesa' - literally, 'above table' - which describes the lazy time spent chatting and drinking after a meal.
In Spanish, your partner is called your 'media naranja' - half orange.
The phrase 'camarón que se duerme se lo lleva la corriente' - literally, a shrimp that sleeps is swept away by the current- means that if you don't pay attention, you'll lose out.
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