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cubano
also: feminine: cubana

Translation of cubano in English:

adjetivo, sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Este producto es estrictamente comercializado por el gobierno cubano.
  • Viaja a Cuba a manifestar su solidaridad con la revolución cubana.
  • El acusado es cubano de nacimiento y venezolano por naturalización.
Example sentences
  • La mayoría de cubanos no contaban con títulos de propiedad o los tenía desactualizados.
  • Turner tiene razón y miles de cubanos no?
  • El caudillismo y sus efectos no eran nuevos para el revolucionario cubano.

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