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masoca

  
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a       adj   masochistic
b       smf   masochist
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See also:

mascado, mascota, masa, mascar

"masoca": examples and translations in context
"Maestros del amor", Sacher Masoch. "Masters of Love", Sacher Masoch.
Está basada en una novela austriaca, "La venus de las pieles" escrita por Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. No, it is taken from a novel by an Austrian author "The Venus in Fur" by Leopold von Sacher Masoch.
El término "masoquismo" viene de Sacher-Masoch, a raíz de este libro. The term "masochism" comes from Sacher-Masoch and from this book.
Me limito a citar la novela de Sacher-Masoch. I just mentioned the novel of Sacher-Masoch.
Sólo en el club Masoch, amigos, pueden tener extraordinarios espectáculos de excepción y los más inusuales sobre la tierra. Only at the Masoch Club, my friends, can you have extraordinary shows unique in nature and the most unusual ones on earth.
¡Es lo que le pasó a Sacher-Masoch! It's what happened to the author.
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