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raptor

Translation of raptor in English:

also: feminine: raptora sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Los raptores pedían por la menor una fuerte suma de dinero.
  • Afirman que Baeta dio pocos datos de sus raptores.
  • Lo más probable es que su raptor lo tuvo muerto en su casa un par de días, hasta que decidió botarlo en la calle.

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