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paresa

Translation of paresa in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Amigo windows no se puede instalar, pero si querés te dejo como ponerle un tema para que paresa.
  • La pregunta aunque paresa muy fácil te aclarara tu duda.
  • En medio de la escalinata que cruza el espacio hay una de sus esferas de Walter de Maria que hace que toda la instalación paresa una escena surrealista.

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