There are 2 main translations of salar in English:

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salar 1

also: salarse verbo pronominal

  • (México) [familiar] (echarse a perder) See examples: se me salaron las vacaciones
    my vacation plans fell through o were ruined
    se le saló el negocio
    his business went down the drain
Example sentences
  • Tras el chapuzón, el príncipe William abraza a su novia, mientras Pippa sale del mar luego de su exitosa pirueta.
  • Legendarios el salad bar y el helado de vainilla.
  • AH cuando sale a la venta? - provincias?

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There are 2 main translations of salar in English:

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salar 2
Example sentences
  • "Cambia. pe viajó a los salares bolivianos para retratar el caso de la quinua real o como la llaman ""el alimento del futuro""."
  • Lo primero que pensé fue que por esta ruta podría llegar de una manera más rápida al inmenso salar.
  • Luego de desayunar en la localidad de San Juan, atravesamos el salar de Chiguana.

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