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calafate

  
      sm   caulker, shipwright
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"calafate": examples and translations in context
Se destaca en verano entre los árboles del bosque por sus pequeñas flores amarillas suavemente perfumadas, acérquese a la flor del calafate luego de una lluvia y disfrute de perfume. It stands out in summer among the trees of the forest because of their small smoothly perfumed yellow flowers, come closer to the flower of Calafate after a rain and enjoy its perfume.
De acuerdo con la tradición quien come el fruto del calafate siempre regresa a la Patagonia. According to tradition, whoever eats the fruit of the Calafate always returns to the Patagonia.
En uno de los viajes de Jorge, un calafate de nombre Pascual pide a Marina en matrimonio. Whilst Jorge is away on one of his voyages, a caulker named Pascual asks Marina to marry him.
Un día, 'Ntoni baja al calafate a ver su vieja barca. One day 'Ntoni goes down to the caulker's to see his old boat.
El agua que se filtra a través de grietas en la lechada y calafate puede pudrirse la estructura de madera de su hogar o negocio. Water that seeps through cracks in grout and caulk can rot the wooden structure of your home or business.
El calafate se encuentra ubicado sobre el margen sur del Lago Argentino a 315 km de Río Gallegos, capital de la provincia de Santa Cruz y a 80km del Glaciar Perito Moreno. The city of El Calafate is located on the south bank of Lago Argentino, 315 km from Río Gallegos city, capital of the Santa Cruz province and 80 km from the Perito Moreno glacier.
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