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Translation of mui in English:

sustantivo femenino

(España) [argot]
Example sentences
  • Comen la carne cruda i el marisco; i si alguna vez lo asan, es mui poco, cuando lo calientan.
  • Chile no necesita músicos, pues tiene de sobra todos los que han emigrado últimamente, i los que tendrán que hacerlo mui pronto.
  • El Abad de S. Pedro deseó cosas mui buenas, pero no se realizan los proyectos mas útiles.

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