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entente
Pronunciation: / ɔnˈtont /

Translation of entente in English:

sustantivo femenino sustantivo masculino

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Example sentences
  • Mientras no haya una entente el riesgo de la polarización política parece insuperable.
  • Si la entente CDU-CSU se rompe en el tema de euro es su problema.
  • "El gobernador aseguró que el ataque lanzado en una entente político judicial contra su secretario privado ""no alterarán en lo más mínimo la gestión""."

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