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cubrir

Translation of cubrir in English:

verbo transitivo

also: cubrirse verbo pronominal

  • 2 (llenarse)cubrirse de algolas calles se habían cubierto de nieve
    snow had covered the streets
    the streets were covered with snow
Example sentences
  • Está organizada en torno a temas que cubren de manera amplia la materia del curso.
  • En mis poemas de amor filiar cubro casi todo el universo familiar.
  • La aprobación activará el otorgamiento del subsidio para cubrir costos de construcción.

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