DECONCENTRATION Distraction, loss of mental concentration (in or during physical or mental activity).
TRASTORNATE person who suffers from a mental disorder. Figuratively, it is said of the person who does follies or acts that are considered abnormal or irrational.
CAMERATA Music Grouping 2 . In Renaissance Florence it was a group of intellectuals, poets and musicians, sponsored by Count Giovani de Bardi, so it was called fiorentina camerata or Bardi camerata
PASLEY spelling error by PARSLEY , parsley
PARSLEY Parsley Parsley Anglilicism .
PASS INADVERTED to happen something without being noticed 2 . Being or dispatching a person through a place without anyone detecting them.
EF Education First Agency dedicated to promoting student exchange and teaching english and other languages
PLURAL PASTS of PAST, which is very mature
THAT PENALTY adverbial locution that expresses sorrow or feeling of pity.
agarrarse con fuerza
GRIP WITH FORCE to hold on with energy, strongly
en ciertos lugares
IN CERTAIN PLACES plural of IN CERTAIN PLACE, somewhere
VICE-ADDED VICE-ADDED See VICE-AGREGADO/E]
ROOMMATE anglilicism by roommate, derived from room, room and matte, partner
DEBARRANCAMIENTO Fallen down a ravine
NEZ NOSE Galicism . 2 . Nez percé, an indigenous tribe of about 2200 members, most of them living in Idaho, United States.
MAKE SENSE to have logic, to be reasonable, to be consistent
CASTADA popular festival that is celebrated in Catalonia on the eve and day of All Saints. It is a meal based on toasted chestnuts, cooked sweet potatoes and panellets, accompanied by sweet muscat wine.
VILLARALBINO Women's VILLARALBINA
FOODTRUCK anglilicism by FOOD CARRO . Kiosk or truck to prepare and sell fast food
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