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sustantivo masculino

  • con el trajín de las Navidades no se encuentra donde aparcar
    with the Christmas rush there's nowhere to park
    hay mucho trajín en las calles
    the streets are very busy
    lleva una vida de mucho trajín
    she leads a very hectic life
    el trajín de las grandes ciudades
    the hustle and bustle of big cities
Example sentences
  • Sin duda este es un destino para relajarse y descansar del diario trajín.
  • Azogues sintió el trajín del juego y cedió espacios a los capitalinos.
  • La agitación del periodismo lo preparó para los actuales trajines políticos.

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