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Old March 17, 2011, 06:12 AM
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"haceo" buenas migas / hacer buenas migas

I imagine hacer buenas migas means to become good friends, but I'm not
completely sure. In the article I read buenas migas was proceeded with
haceo which is a word I never saw in Spanish. Do you think it's a typo?
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Old March 17, 2011, 06:47 AM
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It´s the typo
Hacer buenas migas is to be very good friends with lots of things in common
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Old March 17, 2011, 06:19 PM
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To get on well.

Hacer buenas [o malas] migas. Avenirse bien o mal dos personas en su trato recíproco.

avenirse = (llevarse bien) avenirse CON alguien = to be on good terms WITH somebody
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Interesting! I sometimes go to the restaurant to have an order of "migas". Very delicious by the way.

Haceo....means housework to me....cleaning, washing, bed-making.

I guess it is all regional!
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@Elaina: "Migas", as a dish, is certainly a very different thing from region to region, and some recipes are delicious indeed.
As for "haceo", that's not a Spanish word. The housework (and other kinds of cleaning) is "aseo".
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¿No será "hacemos buenas migas"? (Nos llevamos bien)

Las "migas" en la Mancha... son muy ricas... pero se comen con uvas... porque si no es mucho pan...
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"Cuando tenía 15 años, la familia Bertolucci se traslada a Roma. Bernardo se apunta a la Universidad, publica su primera recopilación de poemas y haceo buenas migas con Pier Paolo Pasolini, que vivía pocos portales más abajo."

Fuente: Bertolucci: 70 años reflejando a Italia

El País - Madrid
Es un relato en lo que se conoce como presente histórico y la o es simplemente un typo.

Pero reconozco que los test de Rorschach verbales son -a veces- más divertidos.
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Haceo....means housework to me....cleaning, washing, bed-making.
I think you mean "aseo", Elaina
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Yeah, I know.....I was already corrected.

It's like trying to figure out what word begins with an "h" and what word has a "c" and not an "s".

Eventually, I will get it right!

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