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pender

Translation of pender in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • 2 (Derecho)la sentencia pende ante el juez
    the case awaits the judge's decision
Example sentences
  • Fue su hermanito menor quien la encontró pendiendo de la cuerda y aún con signos de vida.
  • Hojillas atrapadas en cubos de vidrio laminado penden del techo.
  • De los balcones pendían banderas y afiches de Chávez.

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