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Translation of temporada in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 2 (período de tiempo) See examples: hace una temporada que no lo veo
    I haven't seen him for a while o for some time
    hemos tenido una temporada de mucho trabajo en la oficina
    we have had a very busy spell o period in the office
Example sentences
  • El directivo destacó que el “Pony” podría ser naturalizado para la próxima temporada.
  • Tenemos temporadas propias y temporadas anexas a otras entidades.
  • En cada temporada hay rumbas y otros eventos playeros casi cada día.

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