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also: feminine: benjamina

Translation of benjamín in English:

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Benjamín, además, interpretó en guitarra una pieza musical de su autoría.
  • Benjamín hace un buen ciclismo pedaleando solo y se baja a correr con un minuto de ventaja sobre el pack.
  • Aunque parezca una exageración el maestro nipón fue un testigo vivo del ascenso de su benjamín.

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