There are 2 main translations of baquiano in English:

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baquiano 1

also: feminine: baquiana

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  • (Río de la Plata) [familiar] es muy baquiana en esas lides
    she's an expert in that area
    un jinete muy baquiano
    a very skillful rider
    an expert rider

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There are 2 main translations of baquiano in English:

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baquiano 2
also: feminine: baquiana
Example sentences
  • Baquiano no encontramos, pero si una empresa de excursiones que en una combi nos trasladó, junto a otros turistas, hasta la alta montaña.

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