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sustantivo masculino

  • (Militar)un cartucho de fogueo
    a blank cartridge
    a blank
    un partido de fogueo (Colombia)
    a practice game
Example sentences
  • Ambos equipos realizaron las sustituciones aprovechando el encuentro de fogueo.
  • Estamos bien y la dupla B necesita fogueo internacional.
  • Esta competencia les ha servido de fogueo a la selección nacional para acercarse a sus metas para lo que será el Mundial de Apnea.

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