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pasacalle also: pasacalles

Translation of pasacalle in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2
    (procesión)
    street procession
    (with bands etc)
Example sentences
  • El festival se inició con un pasacalle.
  • También – aunque no lo crean - salieron anuncios en la televisión y colgaron pasacalles.
  • Este evento colorido y espectacular; en donde participarán pobladores de la zona y empresas privadas; constará en la realización de pasacalles.

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