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chasm

Pronunciation: /ˈkæzəm/

Translation of chasm in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • sima (feminine), abismo (masculine) the yawning chasm between the two brothers el profundo abismo (que media) entre los dos hermanos
    Example sentences
    • This is what, maybe, contributes to the chasm between leaders and followers and the general social decay.
    • The closer war seems to get, the larger the chasm between sides grows.
    • At some point, however, it will become increasingly difficult to bridge the chasm between their faith and their values.

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