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trajinar

Translation of trajinar in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • [familiar]
    to rush about
    [familiar]
    llevamos el día trajinando
    we've been rushing about o rushed off our feet all day
    se pasa el día trajinando
    she's on the go all day
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Quizás la estación de trenes de Sants o el aeropuerto del Prat sean fieles testigos de su trajinar por el mundo.
  • Luego de un intervalo y hace seis años hemos regresado al trajinar cotidiano.
  • De todos modos sirva para recordar trajinadas del gremio.

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