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gander
American English: /ˈɡændər/
British English: /ˈɡandə/

Translation of gander in Spanish:

noun

  • 2 (look) [slang] (no plural) to have o take a gander at something
    echarle un vistazo or una ojeada a algo
    Example sentences
    • You can look up artists in past issues, view reader art, buy T-shirts or take a gander at their links section.
    • If you could have someone come in and take a gander at your living room, would you let them in the house and what would you like to change?
    • Lest you think this petty criticism, take a gander at the much more informative Los Angeles Times story generated by the same press conference.

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