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Translation of luna in English:

sustantivo femenino

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    (Río de la Plata) [familiar] (mal humor)
    foul mood
    estar con or de luna
    to be in a foul mood
    se debe haber levantado con or de luna
    she must have got out of bed the wrong side o out of the wrong side of the bed
Example sentences
  • La luz de la luna iluminaba un espléndido mosaico.
  • La luz de la luna ilumina las olas del mar peruano.
  • El granero se ha quemado; ahora puedo ver la luna.

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