Verse another meaning

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Verse another meaning

Esta pizza se ve deliciosa  

Cómo ves esta hamburguesa

I have realised that  verse can be used to say how someone thinks of something. Is this correct? I can’t find such meaning in dictionary but I’ve been seeing this se ve a lot. 

Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Ashlyn

This use of "verse +adjective" is a (more commonly) LatAm use. 

I don't think it is that much used when you're asking someone what they think of something. It's more a reaction once you see something or someone and you make (normally a positive) comment. For example:

Laura, te ves divina con ese vestido. 

Laura, you look lovely on that dress.

Esas arepas se ven deliciosas. 

Those arepas look delicious. 

Here is the meaning that wordreference gives to verse - scroll down and you will see in "additional meanings" (= look) I hope it helps.

Saludos

Verse another meaning

Esta pizza se ve deliciosa  

Cómo ves esta hamburguesa

I have realised that  verse can be used to say how someone thinks of something. Is this correct? I can’t find such meaning in dictionary but I’ve been seeing this se ve a lot. 

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