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Translation of azote in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 (del viento, mar) See examples: la ciudad sufre cada invierno los azotes de los temporales
    every winter the city is lashed by storms
    los azotes de las olas
    the lashing of the waves
Example sentences
  • El Ecuador ha recibido un azote mortal, pérdidas irreparables.
  • Estuve así un buen tiempo, pero no sentí ningún azote.
  • De inmediato, recibió los azotes de la prensa fujimorista.

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