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Translation of caída in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (del cabello) See examples: un tratamiento contra la caída del cabello
    a treatment to prevent hair loss
  • 8 (de una tela, falda) See examples: para esta falda se necesita una tela con más caída
    you need a heavier material for this skirt
    tiene muy buena caída
    it hangs very well
Example sentences
  • Hace pocos días se recordaron los 35 años de la caída de Nixon.
  • No obstante, hay una paradójica caída en el desarrollo de nuevos antibióticos.
  • Pero deja expuestas a las exportaciones a tener una caída.

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