There are 3 main translations of grifo in English:

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grifo 1

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Continúa el cierre de grifos informales en el VRAE.
  • Los hechos ocurrieron a la altura del grifo “Costanera” en la vía del mismo nombre cerca del medio día.
  • El siniestro redujo a cenizas un grifo clandestino en la provincia de Chanchamayo, Junín.

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There are 3 main translations of grifo in English:

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grifo 2
also: feminine: grifa
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  • Los podéis encontrar en cualquier sitio donde se vendan grifos.
  • Y casi siempre con la intervención de su entrepierna, que es la que más grifos, enchufes y averías caseras arregla.
  • La llave grifa es muy similar a la inglesa.

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grifo 3
also: feminine: grifa

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

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