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baqueta

Translation of baqueta in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Tomó asiento y cogió un par de baquetas para tamborilear el agreste ritmo que brota de los amplificadores.
  • Me intriga saber como hubiera sido este artículo si hubieses estado hasta el final y hubieras agarrado una baqueta.
  • Y el daño en el nervio le hace difícil tomar las baquetas.

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