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Translation of conectar in English:

verbo transitivo

  • 3 (América Latina) (poner en contacto)conectar a alguien con alguien
    to put somebody in touch o in contact with somebody

verbo intransitivo

Example sentences
  • La estrella de los Yanquis conectó jonrón en partido de ligas menores.
  • El olor y el aroma lo conectaron al pasado.
  • Esta vía conecta directamente con el centro de la parroquia de Cumbayá.

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