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amonestar

Translation of amonestar in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 2 (Derecho, Religión)
    (novios)
    to publish the banns of
Example sentences
  • El menor infractor y sus padres fueron también amonestados.
  • Jhon Galliquio es amonestado con tarjeta amarilla al minuto cuarenta y dos por juego fuerte.
  • Algunas fueron amonestadas y expulsadas por incumplir las leyes internas.

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