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Translation of montonera in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 1 [familiar] (montón) See examples: una montonera de gente
    masses o loads of people
    a whole bunch of people
    (inglés norteamericano) [familiar]
    tirar algo a la montonera (Colombia)
    to throw something into the crowd
  • 2 (Historia)
    peasant militia
Example sentences
  • Todo un grupo les esperaba en el aeropuerto, amigos, parientes, jóvenes, viejos, una gran montonera de gente que abrazó a Paco.
  • Nadie sabe el resultado de las observaciones, pero hasta ahora no hay campamentos denunciados ni detenidos por formar una montonera.
  • He visto una montoneras de autos particulares con el puro chofer.

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