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Translation of diuca in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 1 (Zoología)
    diuca finch
    quedar como diuca (Chile) [familiar]
    to be soaked to the skin
    to be like a drowned rat
Example sentences
  • No había escuchado el canto de la diuca.
  • Terminé de orinar, me sacudí la diuca.
  • Allá afuera las olas mojaban y lo dejaban a uno como diuca.

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