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inmiscuirse

verbo pronominal

  • inmiscuirse en algo
    to interfere in something
    meddle in something
    por favor no te inmiscuyas en mis asuntos
    please don't interfere o meddle in my affairs
Example sentences
  • "El artista que se popularizó luego de protagonizar telenovelas como ""Nacho"" y ""Ligia Elena"", se mantiene muy inmiscuido en el teatro."
  • No, así como los demás países no se deben inmiscuir en nuestros asuntos internos.
  • No, así como los demás países no se deben inmiscuir en nuestros asuntos internos.

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