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cordón

Translation of cordón in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Ató sus cordones a las zapatillas tiradas a un costado de la cama.
  • Pero hoy, casi tres meses después, el nombre de la empresa sigue ligado a la historia con un cordón casi umbilical.
  • Está formada por dos islas unidas entre sí por un doble cordón litoral.

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