There are 2 main translations of libertino in English:

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libertino 1

also: feminine: libertina
Example sentences
  • Ésa es la lógica radicalmente individualista del espíritu libertino.
  • Ella parte del espíritu libertino, enemigo declarado de toda verdad y todo valor objetivos.
  • Saul Bellow resultó demasiado caballeroso y Henry Miller demasiado libertino.

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There are 2 main translations of libertino in English:

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libertino 2
also: feminine: libertina
Example sentences
  • Se avecina una época en que el futuro le pertenece a los libertinos sexuales.
  • Era un libertino de primera gozando de las ventajas de ser hijo de un diplomático.
  • Arrastrado al mostrador de una botica y sin más amigos que un viejo libertino caído en desgracia, Artur ve cómo languidece su espíritu.

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