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chucho
also: feminine: chucha

Translation of chucho in English:

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • El pastel de chucho es una de las comidas típicas de la isla de Margarita y Coche.
  • Cuando Félix sueña en hacer un pastel de chucho, el animal se escapa y comienza una turbulenta persecución”.
  • La desigualdad política y social que padecía me daba chucho de indignación.

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