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Translation of manga in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 5 (Botánica)
    (type of mango)
  • 7 (Meteorología) 7.1 (remolino) tbmanga de agua
    squally shower
    7.2 (torbellino) tbmanga de viento
  • 11 (Colombia) [familiar] (persona fuerte) See examples: es chiquito pero es una manga
    he's small but he's very tough
Example sentences
  • La autoridad edil lució una camisa manga corta y corbata.
  • El nuevo manga combinará fantasía, romance y coraje.
  • Cuando sea necesario la manga puede ser fácil y rápidamente reemplazado.

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