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Translation of bombillo in English:

sustantivo masculino

(América Central) (Colombia) (Cuba) (Venezuela)
Example sentences
  • Él sujeta el bombillo y deja que el mundo se retuerza a su alrededor.
  • Anteriormente se destinaban 5 mil BsF para que las comunidades compraran bombillos.
  • Van en grupos de tres personas a sustituir los bombillos.

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