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campanero

  
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bell founder,   (Mús)   bell ringer
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
campanero rojo nm.
three-wattled bellbird
[Zool.];[Ornitol.] Scientific name: Procnias tricarunculatus

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'campanero' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
n.
el campanero
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"campanero": examples and translations in context
EL campanero suizo ha dicho que nada de confianzas con los clientes. That Swiss bell ringer is on the level about not fooling with the cash customers.
Allá arriba, allá en lo alto del sombrío campanario, vive el misterioso campanero. Up there, high, high in the dark bell tower... Lives the mysterious bell ringer.
No, no hemos hablado desde tu abrupta salida de anoche nos obligó a renunciar a Stuart y su cobarde campanero Wil Wheaton. No, we haven't spoken since your abrupt departure last night caused us to forfeit to Stuart and his dastardly ringer Wil Wheaton.
James Ballard, jefe de estación y campanero... James Ballard, stationmaster and bell-ringer...
- ¡Es el campanero de Notre Dame! - It's the bell ringer from Notre Dame!
Allá arriba, allá en lo alto del sombrío campanario, vive el misterioso campanero. Up there, (BELL TOLLING) high, high in the dark bell tower, lives the mysterious bell ringer.
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