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abitar v.
tie up ; fasten with bitts
[Naut.] amarrar con bitas

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"abitar": examples and translations in context
20-24 de septiembre de 2007, Verona, Italia GranitiFiandre participará en Abitare il Tempo (Habitar el Tiempo) feria dedicada al mobiliario de calidad q... Personal, complicit, complementary. Perfectly balanced between looks and functionality, ... (continue) ...
Agitar bien antes de su uso. Route (s) and method of administration Shake well before use.
Agitar y dejar reposar media hora. Shake and leave it to stand for half an hour.
Basta con agitar la cabeza y gritar. You just have to waggle your head a lot and shout.
Agitarás la leche caducada directamente del cartón. You'll chug that expired milk straight from the carton.
Agitar la suspensión antes de usar. The suspension needs to be shaken before use.
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