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muestra

Translation of muestra in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (prueba, señal) See examples: te lo doy como or en muestra de mi gratitud
    I'm giving it to you as a token of my gratitude
    eso es (una) muestra de falta de madurez
    that's a sign of immaturity
    esta visita la presentan como una muestra de su buena voluntad
    this visit is being presented as a demonstration of her goodwill
    no daba muestra alguna de cansancio
    she was showing no signs of tiredness
Example sentences
  • Mundo Arribas Hoy se inaugura la séptima muestra de la pintora Maricruz Arribas.
  • Agradezco las muestras de cariño de mis colegas.
  • Recuerde que la muestra estará en pantalla hasta el 9 de febrero.

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