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ráfaga

Translation of ráfaga in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Por la noche, la parte frontal del taller fue barrida con ráfagas de fusil automático.
  • Hasta las impetuosas ráfagas de viento húmedo borraron la techumbre del caserío.
  • Si quieres eliminar al tanque grande deberás dispararle dos ráfagas de metralleta.

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