There are 2 main translations of auricular in English:

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auricular 1

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Tenía auricular, pero lo usaba solo cuando se acordaba.
  • Marcas auriculares destinadas a identificar cada animal en forma individual.
  • El primer complejo corresponde a estimulación auricular y ventricular.

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There are 2 main translations of auricular in English:

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auricular 2
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  • Posee altavoces estéreo integrados con un conector para auriculares.
  • Al colgar el auricular, su extensión se bloqueará de nuevo.
  • Calladito me quedé mientras él se carcajeaba al otro lado del auricular.

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