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altercado

Translation of altercado in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • El altercado ocurrió a la salida del Presidente.
  • La novia del hoy occiso aseveró que él tuvo un altercado y habría sido amenazado.
  • También cultivó fama de agresividad, llegando a tener un violento altercado con una periodista.

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