Old March 14, 2023, 02:11 AM
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An attempt at consolation whey you can't find better words. Is there something like this in Spanish?
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Old March 14, 2023, 09:44 PM
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In Mexico, the most common ones are:

"Ya, ya."
Depending on the tone, it goes from saying: "don't worry, everything will be alright", to: "you're making too much drama, stop it".

To children, after a little accident, a scare or things like that, we often say "ya pasó". It's like saying: "The bad thing is over. Everything's alright now".

Both expressions usually go with a hug or a soft pat on the back.
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