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fogonero

Translation of fogonero in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • A nosotros nos corresponde el deber de fogoneros de la revolución.
  • Nada de esto intimida a los aguerridos fogoneros de la revolución.
  • "A estos delincuentes, que eran los principales fogoneros de los ""autoconvocados""."

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