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vendedora de chance
  2

Woman in Colombia sells El Chance, a game of chance that consists of trying to guess what will be the winning numbers of a lottery. Play daily and with different lotteries.

  
creerse más de lo que realmente es
  2

It's the definition of vain, petulant, believed. Boastful.

  
histriónicas
  1

Histrionic plural. It means it's theatrical or dramatic. It also means that they reflect emotional instability. Histrion qualities. It has the ability to reflect different types of emotions.

  
amaestrable
  3

It means that it is possible to be tame, trained or tamed.

  
inelástico
  2

It means that within its qualities is not elasticity. It cannot be extended or deformed. It has no elasticity or cannot be stretched. Rigid, stiff, uncompromising, non-deformable. In Physics is a type of shock : it is a type of shock in which kinetic energy is not preserved.

  
piuria
  2

It means there is presence of pus or matter in the urine. It is a symptom that reflects a severe kidney infection.

  
amical
  2

Relative to friends. In Catalan it means friend and in friendly French.

  
carquexa
  2

It is the name in Asturian, of a medicinal plant, also called carqueixa. It receives in the Iberian Peninsula other names : lavacuncas , carquesa , carquesa , carquesia , chamosquina , craqueja , engordatoro , torogordo . Its scientific name is Genista tridentata and belongs to the fabaceae family.

  
evádete
  2

Inflection to evade or evade . It means running away, running away, running away. Get away, run away, get away.

  
antracotéridos
  3

It means coal beasts. is the castilianization of the term Antracotheriidae, which is the name of a family of extinct ungulated mammals that lived in the Oligocene. They were similar to the current rhinos and hippos.

  
afrocyon
  2

The word means ancient African wolf. It was a genus of mammals that existed in the Miocene and Pliocene in Africa. It was a kind of hybrid in appearance between the wild dog and the bear. It was carnivorous.

  
alloptox
  2

It means ancestor of rabbits. It is a genus of extinct mammals that lived in the Miocene. They are considered the ancestors of rabbits, hares and pikas.

  
adilophontes
  2

It means with ornaments on the body or on the teeth. It was a genus of carnivorous mammals called Oligocene and Miocene bear-dogs.

  
abderítidos
  2

It means that it belongs to the family Abderitidae. That they prodec, they look or are from Abdera. It is the name of a family of extinct marsupials who lived in the Miocene. They looked like the current possums.

  
acrophyseter
  3

It means ancient sperm whale or sperm whale ancestor. It was the name of an extinct cetacean similar to sperm whale and lived in the Miocene.

  
ceratophora
  2

It means with short sepals. It's a certain kind of flower. It is also a genus of lizards that have a small leathery scale above the mouth, which allows them to rummage for food. They belong to the Agamidae family.

  
grootslang
  2

It means big snake or gigantic snake (great). He is a mythical African being who is believed to have attracted elephants to his cave to devour them.

  
deuteróstomo
  1

In Biology it means second mouth. It is a phylous of animals that during their embryonic development first form the anus and the mouth has a secondary development.

  
faustinudo
  2

It looks like Faustino, who is like Faustino. Colloquially it means miuntial. gigantic, great disproportionate.

  
hollar
  3

It means compressing or crushing something with your feet. Step, leave your mark. It can also mean humiliating or despising.

  






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