There are 2 main translations of oro in English:

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oro 1

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There are 2 main translations of oro in English:

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oro 2

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 (en naipes) 2.1
    also: oros masculino plural
    (palo)
    (one of the suits in a Spanish pack of cards)
    2.2 (carta)
    (any card of the oros suit)
Example sentences
  • El concierto Perú Sinfónico cerró con broche de oro su participación.
  • Es como tener una mina de oro, y no entrar porque está oscuro.
  • Es de plata bañada en oro y cuenta con mosaicos incrustados de turquesas.

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