There are 2 main translations of lego in English:

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lego 1

also: feminine: lega

adjetivo

  • 2 (ignorante)lego en algosoy lego en la materia
    I know nothing at all about o I'm completely ignorant about the subject
Example sentences
  • Desde entonces, el maltrato y abandono infantil, reconocidos aumentó dramáticamente de acuerdo con los artículos legos y profesionales.
  • Para que el lector lego, desarmado en materia de TW se haga una idea.
  • Esta acción legas al igual que la anterior, se encuentra en etapa probatoria.

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There are 2 main translations of lego in English:

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lego 2
also: feminine: lega
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  • Muchos asumen que se debe a los famosos juguetes y por haber puesto en la portada de uno de nuestros discos muñequitos de lego se consolidó esa idea.
  • A los legos en derecho les causa perplejidad.
  • El embotellamiento afectó por igual a residentes y turistas, a legos y expertos.

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