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madeja

Translation of madeja in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Aquí, la congresista que cosechara 670 mil votos en los comicios del 2006, revela su madeja política.
  • Vale decir, una complicada madeja de rutas que diseñan intrincados trazos sobre cualquier montaña de la costa o de la sierra.
  • Habría que bucear más a fondo para ver si hallamos la hebra de la madeja.

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