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Translation of planchar in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • 2 2.1 (Bolivia) (Cono Sur) [familiar] (en un baile) See examples: planchó toda la noche
    nobody asked her to dance all night
    (Chile) [familiar] (quedar en ridículo)
    to look stupid
Example sentences
  • Todos quieres encontrar a la mujer perfecta, aquella que lave planche y cocine.
  • Además, confiesa que una de las cosas que más ilusión le haría es aprender a planchar.
  • Presente una blusa o una camisa que usted haya planchado y doblado, o una falda o Chaqueta que usted haya planchado.

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