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tianguis

Translation of tianguis in English:

sustantivo masculino

(México) tianguis

Cultural Note: tianguis

In Mexico, street markets selling fresh produce. They are held on particular days and usually goods can be bought cheaply.
Example sentences
  • DIF estatal y la Secretaría de Fomento Económico (Sefeco) han organizado un tianguis de juguetes.
  • En el tianguis hay cerveza – caguamas y cerveza de barril – por todos lados.
  • Será antes del 1 de agosto cuando se dé a conocer la nueva sede del tianguis turístico itinerante 2012, informó la Secretaría de Turismo (Sectur).

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