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Roma

  
      sf   Rome  
MODISMOS revolver Roma con Santiago      to leave no stone unturned  
MODISMOS Roma no se construyó en un día      Rome was not built in a day  
MODISMOS por todas partes se va a Roma, MODISMOS todos los caminos llevan a Roma      all roads lead to Rome  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
remover Roma con Santiago exp.
to move heaven and earth
(MODISMOS)

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to leave no stone unturned
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talk of the devil ...
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Rome was not built in a day
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the march on Rome
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he recently arrived from Rome
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all roads lead to Rome
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all roads lead to Rome
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all roads lead to Rome
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the last time I was in Rome
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the distance between New York and Rome
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when the Anglican Church broke away {o} seceded from Rome
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'Roma' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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la Roma antigua
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llegaron a Roma haciendo autoestop
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Roma no se hizo en un día
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Roma en la cima de su gloria
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está en Roma para una estancia corta
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¡hablando del rey de Roma...!
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hablando del rey de Roma por la puerta asoma
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remover cielo y tierra {or} Roma con Santiago para hacer algo
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salió para Roma
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Tratado de Roma
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"Roma": examples and translations in context
Nació de una experiencia vivida en Roma. It came out of an experience undergone in Rome.
Roma ha hablado, asunto arreglado. Rome has spoken, the issue is settled.
En Roma también, ocurrirán grandes cambios. In Rome also, there will occur great changes.
Con esto quizás lleguemos a Roma. This'll get us maybe as far as Rome.
Diez días después los aliados liberaron Roma. [NARRATOR]: Ten weeks later the Allies liberated Rome.
Dicen que desea marchar sobre Roma y volverse rey. They say that he wishes to march on Rome and make himself king.
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