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hache

Translation of hache in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • (name of the letterH)
    llámale hache [familiar]
    call it what you like o what you will
    [familiar]
    whatever you want to call it
    por hache o por be [familiar]
    for one reason or another
Example sentences
  • El full back marcó un try y el apertura acertó en la patada a la hache.
  • La que escribe ilusión con hache de historia, es decir, con hache mayúscula.
  • Es muy fácil ser víctima de la hache muda.

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