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marinade

Pronunciation: /ˌmærəˈneɪd; ˌmærɪˈneɪd/

Translation of marinade in Spanish:

noun/nombre

c and u

transitive verb/verbo transitivo ( also marinate /ˈmærɪneɪt/)

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo ( also marinate /ˈmærɪneɪt/)

  • estar* en adobo

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