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Translation of doblar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: doblarse verbo pronominal

  • 3
    (México) (en el dominó)
    to put down a double
Example sentences
  • En los casos de violencia doméstica se dobló la cifra, literalmente.
  • Y luego vuelves a doblar y curvar hasta elegir tu canción.
  • La mayoría de tarjetas llega a doblar su TEA cuando a esta se suman los referidos cargos.

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