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Translation of querencia in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Aquí se lo ve simulando la muerte con una banderilla corta en la misma querencia natural.
  • Un viaje que incluye el torrente de su tiempo y vuelven a aparecer sus querencias más personales.
  • Hemos tenido la suerte de que Carlos Perezalonso fundara querencia en nuestra comarca.

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