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goblin
American English: /ˈɡɑblən/
British English: /ˈɡɒblɪn/

Translation of goblin in Spanish:

noun

  • duende (masculine) travieso
    Example sentences
    • There is a group of elves or goblins or aliens or something who show up as I'm drifting off.
    • Home to a wacky wizard, it's a gothic mansion packed to the rafters with mischievous goblins and no-good ghosts.
    • The other angle I read into this is that of the child-abduction by goblins and fairies in the tales of yore and of today.

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