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caddie also: caddy
Pronunciation: / ˈkaði /

Translation of caddie in English:

sustantivo masculino y femenino plural -dies

Example sentences
  • Mi papá fue caddie por muchos años y lo acompañaba.
  • Los caddie masters están instruidos para hacer cumplir estas disposiciones sin excepción alguna.
  • Es obligación del profesional contar con un caddie para estos días.

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