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Translation of tirada in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 3 [familiar] (distancia larga) See examples: de aquí a Medina hay una buena tirada
    it's a fair distance o way o [familiar] stretch from here to Medina
    todavía falta una tirada para llegar
    we still have quite a distance o way to go
Example sentences
  • Hoy, tan sólo un periódico de tirada nacional se atreve a publicar sus opiniones.
  • Se utilizan máquinas rotativas, especialmente en diarios y revistas de gran tirada.
  • Ha superado la tirada de dificultad 10 por 7 puntos.

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