There are 4 main translations of mono in English:

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mono 1

also: feminine: mona
Example sentences
  • Tendremos que buscar a la mona chita para que ponga orden.
  • En la recepción encantadores y la decoración era bastante mona.
  • Pero la mona aunque se vista de seda, mona queda.

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There are 4 main translations of mono in English:

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mono 2
also: feminine: mona

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Aquí encontrará ocho diferentes especies de monos en su propio entorno natural.
  • Por la plata baila el mono y la Fifa come bananas!
  • A pesar del calor del verano aún tomamos cola de mono.

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There are 4 main translations of mono in English:

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mono 3

sustantivo masculino

  • 3 (Audio)en mono
    in mono

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moño

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Entonces no había nadie sobre la Tierra que te bajara el moño.
  • Aprende del porrazo de Lo Espejo y agacha el moño.
  • La iglesia debe buscar solución, responder y bajar el moño.

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