There are 2 main translations of tuerca in English:

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tuerca 1

adjetivo

  • (Río de la Plata) es un tipo muy tuerca
    he's fanatical about cars
    una revista tuerca
    a car o (inglés norteamericano) an auto magazine
    a magazine for motor enthusiasts

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There are 2 main translations of tuerca in English:

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tuerca 2

sustantivo femenino

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  • En la Santa Sede se añadió una inesperada vuelta de tuerca.
  • Llave inglesa, muy útil para aflojar alguna tuerca o ajustarla.
  • Cuando apretaba las tuercas de la rueda ella abrió la ventana y comenzó a conversar con él.

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