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double entendre

Translation of double entendre in Spanish:

noun

  • doble sentido (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • The country's funniest entertainers have been warned to keep their double entendres to themselves when they appear at the British Comedy Awards 2003.
    • The naïve values I was raised on - and passed down to my kids, seem less and less relevant in a world of connivance, double dealings, double crossings and double entendres.
    • So - but as far as the material went, no, we couldn't do double entendres, and he did change words once in a while.

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