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ubiquitous
American English: /juˈbɪkwədəs/
British English: /juːˈbɪkwɪtəs/

Translation of ubiquitous in Spanish:

adjective

  • we were offered the ubiquitous hamburger
    nos ofrecieron la consabida hamburguesa
    Example sentences
    • These days, the programme is so popular and so ubiquitous, that I just tend to keep quiet.
    • It's impossible not to be influenced by Leone because his work is ubiquitous.
    • We saw the ubiquitous charity shops sprouting everywhere, which is the first sign of decline.

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