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Spanish is one the most spoken languages around the world with the population of almost an entire continent using it as a mother tongue. No wonder that the interest in being able to communicate in Spanish is growing. Whether you’re fancying about taking an off-the-beaten track trip to Peru or Bolivia or relaxing in the sun of the Caribbean or Costa Rica, Reverso Spanish dictionary will guide you throughout your interactions with local Spanish native speakers. If you are thinking about experiencing life as a student in Universidad de Barcelona, Universidad de Valencia or Universidad de Granada, you can also count on our Spanish definitions dictionary for a thorough understanding of the new words and expressions you come across every day.

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 n.
bruja buena que sustituye a los Reyes Magos en Italia
 n.
pócima mágica curalotodo
 n.
cuerno usado por los pastores para llamar y reunir al ganado
 nf.
(latín navis, 'navío') Nave, barco con cubierta y velas, tradicionalmente designando los naves con 3 mástiles, velas cuadras, casco redondo, timón de codaste y castillo de popa y también as veces de proa. Las naos son típicas de los siglos XIV a XVII.
 v.
hacer ojales en una prenda
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