There are 2 main translations of mama in English:

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mama

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Cada año se presentan 3,800 casos nuevos de cáncer de mama.
  • La mama derecha deber revisarse con la mano izquierda y viceversa.
  • Mama le dice que deje de meterme ideas en la cabeza.

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There are 2 main translations of mama in English:

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mamá

sustantivo femenino plural -más

[familiar]
Example sentences
  • En términos generales, soy una buena amiga y buena mamá.
  • Por ser el mes mariano hemos programado el rezo de un denario mamá e hijo.
  • Camila tenía una mamá soltera, joven y mosca.

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