There are 2 main translations of príncipe in English:

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príncipe 1

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Acaso se es más príncipe de la iglesia por comer con mandatarios?
  • Siendo aún príncipe, Ramsés contrajo matrimonio con varias mujeres incluyendo a su gran amada Nefertari, la más importante entre sus reinas principales, secundarias y concubinas.
  • Se convirtió en sapo y se olvidó que era príncipe.

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There are 2 main translations of príncipe in English:

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príncipe 2
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  • La princesa se casa con el príncipe, sí.
  • Hasta el príncipe del pop tuvo una niñez extraña.
  • Eventualmente se descubre quien es el príncipe mestizo y Snape mata a Dumbledore.

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