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tupamaro
also: feminine: tupamara

Translation of tupamaro in English:

adjetivo, sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Varias veces hizo comentarios respecto de que los viejos tupamaros uruguayos estaban haciendo su historia y que eso le parecía sumamente importante.
  • Otro tupamaro uruguayo disparando en Venezuela ... claramente!
  • Los tupamaros y el fracaso de la vía armada en el Uruguay del siglo XX.

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