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correa

Translation of correa in English:

sustantivo femenino

Compounds

correa de ventilador

, correa del ventilador

correa de transmisión

Example sentences
  • El joven había sido golpeado brutalmente, estrangulado, asfixiado y luego colgado con su propia correa.
  • Correa aseguró que las denuncias caerán por su propio peso y que se trata de una infamia.
  • Correa no le permitirá respetar la resolución del CNR de no hacer campaña.

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