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Translation of cruce in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 3 (Telecom)hay un cruce en las líneas
    there's a crossed line
    tener un cruce de cables [familiar]
    to be in a muddle
Example sentences
  • La tienda atacada se ubicada en el cruce de las avenidas Guillermo Sisley con Sáenz Peña.
  • No hay cruce de información y mucho menos investigación.
  • Este acuerdo se produce en medio de un fuerte cruce de declaraciones entre los Ejecutivos de Venezuela y Colombia.

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