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Etruscan

  
a       adj   etrusco
b       n  
1    (=person)   etrusco (-a)      m/f  
2      (Ling)   etrusco    m  
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ETU, extrusion, entrain, entrant

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
adj.
etrusco
n.
el etrusco
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"Etruscan": examples and translations in context
Regarding to the helmet, seemed Etruscan, had nape-guard and jugular. Referente al casco, parecía etrusco, poseía una cubrenuca y yugulares.
Small village of transhumance of Etruscan origin. Pequeño pueblo de la trashumancia de origen etrusco.
Its spas are famous from Etruscan time. Sus balnearios son famosos a partir del tiempo de Etruscan.
It was likely of Etruscan and Greek origin. Era probable de Etruscan y del origen griego.
Of Etruscan origin, it keeps intact the renaissance structure. De origen etrusco, conserva intacta la estructura renacentista.
That Etruscan vase on the coffee table is sacrilegious. Pero es un sacrilegio tener ese jarrón etrusco en la mesa de centro.
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