There are 3 main translations of suelto in English:

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suelto 1

also: feminine: suelta

adjetivo

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  • El Presidente del Congreso muy suelto de lengua ¡saben que me dice?
  • Casi todos son peruanos y andan sueltos en plaza.
  • Gabriel lo dijo tan suelto de huesos que Amanda se olvidó del tema.

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There are 3 main translations of suelto in English:

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suelto 2

adverbio

  • bailar suelto
    to dance without holding on to one's partner

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suelto 3

sustantivo masculino

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