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Old August 09, 2019, 07:01 AM
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La before a verb

Hi,

Y en mi ciudad natal había unos tíos que la tomaban siempre conmigo.

And there were these fellows in my home town who used to take after me pretty regularly.

Lexicalized pronoun again? If so, what would be its "infinitive" and definition?

UPD

Another usage:

Yo no era el único con quien la tomaba.

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