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matrero
also: feminine: matrera

Translation of matrero in English:

adjetivo

  • 2 (Río de la Plata) (fugitivo) See examples: un gaucho matrero
    a gaucho on the run from the law
Example sentences
  • Recorren la escena hasta llegar a los ranchos de los gauchos matreros.
  • También fui al ascenso de matreros, pero en con la vereda de enfrente.
  • Hasta el más matrero sabe que la suerte tiene un final.

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