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Translation of reubicar in English:

verbo transitivo

(América Latina)
  • 2 (cambiar de lugar)
    to put … in a different place
    change the position of
Example sentences
  • Dijo que el error es tal vez fragmentar los sitios donde se quiere reubicar a los comerciantes.
  • La renuncia de Rodríguez Cuadros debería servir para que se reubiquen correctamente.
  • Una de estas promesas es privatizar el mercado y reubicar a los comerciantes que ocupan áreas públicas.

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