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orlar

Translation of orlar in English:

verbo transitivo

Example sentences
  • La túnica era blanca, así como el manto, orlado de oro, que cubría la cabeza de la Virgen y le llegaba hasta los pies.
  • Orlando ya llevaba tres operaciones por el seguro de mi trabajo y cinco por el IVSS.
  • Orlando Zapata será reivindicado cuando en Cuba estalle la libertad.

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