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pretexto

Translation of pretexto in English:

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Es decir, cada acto tendrá un pretexto político.
  • No creo encontrar mejor pretexto que ese para volver a escribir.
  • Se amparan bajo el pretexto de la seguridad del ordenador como si fuera responsabilidad de ellos y no del usuario.

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