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trazar

Translation of trazar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: trazarse verbo pronominal

  • (reflexivo) [formal]
    (meta)
    to set oneself
Example sentences
  • Gino Costa había trazado un plan para golpear a los senderistas en sus refugios de la zona.
  • El experto, dijo que se han trazado para el próximo año la transformación total del sistema catastral al nuevo sistema geodésico.
  • Pero además le sirve para trazar lo que deberían ser sus prioridades.

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