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ultimátum

Translation of ultimátum in English:

sustantivo masculino plural ultimátum or -tums

Example sentences
  • DOCENTES regulares y especiales le han dado un ultimátum a las autoridades.
  • Sara recibe el ultimátum para que termine el trabajo para el cual fue contratada.
  • A pocas horas de que expire el ultimátum de la Liga Árabe, se recrudece choque entre las fuerzas del presidente Bashar Al Asad e insurgentes.

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