romana translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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MODISMOS cargar la romana        (Cono Sur)  
*   to heap the blame on somebody else  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
cargar la romana exp.
to heap the blame on somebody else
[Latam] Cono Sur;(MODISMOS)

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
they have discovered some Roman ruins
when they redeveloped the area they conserved the Roman walls
'romana' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
la lechuga romana
la lechuga romana
la Iglesia Católica Romana
las monedas parecen indicar {or} nos hacen pensar que era una colonia romana
ruinas romanas
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"romana": examples and translations in context
Veo que estudias historia romana, Tomás. I see you are a student of Roman history, Tomas.
Una patrulla romana, eso dije. A Roman patrol, that's what I say.
Construido sobre una antigua fortaleza romana. It was built over an old Roman fortress.
He visto mucha arrogancia romana, pero poco poder romano. I've seen much Roman arrogance but little Roman power.
La anunciada retirada romana de Britania los hace más atrevidos. Rome's anticipated withdrawal from Britain has only increased their daring.
En nombre de la ciudadanía romana le doy la bienvenida... In representation of the city of Rome I hereby welcome...
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