There are 2 main translations of gafo in English:

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gafo 1

also: feminine: gafa

adjetivo

(Venezuela) [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Bono aparece sin sus características gafas de color, tocado con una gorra y vestido con tonos grises.
  • Y ese personaje tiene una imagen única gracias, entre otras cosas, al uso de sus características gafas.
  • Las gafas estilo aviador siguen pegando fuerte esta temporada.

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There are 2 main translations of gafo in English:

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gafo 2
also: feminine: gafa

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

(Venezuela) [familiar]
Example sentences
  • En un gafo ponderado llamamos camino mas corto entre dos vértices dados al camino de peso mínimo entre dichos vértices.

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