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marítimo
also: feminine: marítima

Translation of marítimo in English:

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • El Perú presentará hoy la memoria peruana de la demanda por la delimitación marítima con Chile.
  • Donde el modelo de trafico marítimo no existía”, reseñó.
  • Se espera que la huelga paralice el tráfico aéreo, marítimo y ferroviario y que los ministerios cierren sus puertas.

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