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Translation of agarradera in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (Chile) [familiar] (persona, influencia) See examples: lo consiguió gracias a una buena agarradera
    he got it because he has friends in high places o he knows people in the right places
Example sentences
  • Una manija útil en combinación con un recipiente, que incluye una agarradera y un manguito plástico sobre la misma.
  • En le interior se colocaban elegantes agarraderas con argollas de marfil y también, ricas carteras de cuero.
  • Posee una agarradera multiuso para todas esas áreas difíciles de alcanzar.

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