There are 2 main translations of pavo in English:

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pavo 1

also: feminine: pava

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There are 2 main translations of pavo in English:

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pavo 2
also: feminine: pava

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • 3
    also: pavo
    masculino 3.1
    (España) [familiar] (moneda) (euro coin)
    3.2
    (España) (Historia) [familiar] (moneda) (five peseta coin)
    ¿me dejas 20 pavos?
    can you lend me 100 pesetas?
    3.3
    (Chile) (volantín)
    large kite
Example sentences
  • Para celebrar Navidad propone preparar algo diferente al tradicional pavo.
  • Y mucho menos para degustar una rodaja de pavo navideño.
  • En fechas especiales, preparamos pavos y cochinillos a tu gusto.

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