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agriar

Translation of agriar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: agriarse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1
    (leche/vino)
    to turn o go sour
    1.2
    (carácter/persona)
    to become bitter o embittered
Example sentences
  • Curiosamente, con su decisión puede haber dado más armas a unos y otros para agriar aún más ese debate.
  • Creo que ello no tiene por qué agriar las relaciones con las entidades.
  • De tanto cuidar las esquinas se nos ha ido agriando la leche.

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