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Spanish Open dictionary by Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz

Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz

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Chanel, better known as "La Bella Chanel" is an influencer born in the Dominican Republic but raised in Puerto Rico, who has become very famous for uploading videos to Facebook and Youtube in which she is dedicated to giving advice or tips on different topics, especially related to the couple and love.


Termineitor (or better exterminator) is the Spanish form of the English word Exterminator (The Exterminator), which in Spanish translates: The Exterminator. He is a science fiction character, an autonomous robot conceived as an indestructible soldier on the battlefield. In its creation or origin this robot emerges from a ball of fire and slowly acquires human appearance. It is designed for infiltration and assassination. His versatility ranges from imitation of voices, dexterity in various combat tactics, handling of weaponry, speed and strength superior to those of a human, almost infinite learning capacity, and even the in-depth understanding of human emotions.


Nojoñe is a word used in some areas of the Colombian Caribbean Coast, replacing "nojoda" and "nofriegue".


Person complaining .


1- Not to be missed. 2- That you can not miss.


1- Belonging or relative to the West. 2- From the countries of the West or related to them.


Telecafé, is the name of a Colombian open television channel, which covers the departments of Caldas, Quindío and Risaralda, and which is on air 24 hours a day.

guardia real

The Royal Guard is the military corps belonging to the Spanish Armed Forces, responsible for ensuring the security of the Royal Family.


The Boeing 747 is a commercial airliner manufactured by the American multinational company The Boeing Company.


Discovery is the name of an American subscription television channel, which broadcasts its signal from the city of Silver Spring (Maryland).

mateo 16-15

In Matthew 16:15-17 we find the following biblical account: "And you, who do you say I am?" asked them. To which Simon Peter replied, "You are the Christ, the son of the living God." Then Jesus said to him, "Blessed are you, Simon, son of Jonah, for this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by my father who is in heaven.

mal habido

It is said of everything that someone has obtained illegally or immorally.


1- Pertaining to or relating to paper or its manufacture or sale. 2- Trash (and trash). A person who makes or sells paper. 3- A bin is a container that is used to throw useless papers.


Gale. ( masculine noun ) Wind that blows very strongly.


1- pertaining to or relating to paper or its manufacture or sale. 2- Trash (and trash). A person who makes or sells paper. 3- A bin is a container to throw useless papers.


Botador . 1- That boots, that wastes. 2- In dentistry, a botador is an instrument used to extract teeth and dental roots.


Marble, is the surname of Paul, the inseparable friend of Peter Flintstone, in the popular television cartoon series called THE FLINTSTONES. Pablo Mármol is Betty's romantic partner.


The trunk mobile was a small vehicle made with logs and pieces of wood, which used for its displacement the characters of the television series THE FLINTSTONES. The trunkmobile, however, was a human traction vehicle, and it was its own occupants who pushed the car with their feet.


Action of digitizing. It is a procedure by which a process that has been initially conceived in analog format becomes operated in digital format.


Balboa. 1- It is a surname of Spanish origin. 2- It is the name of the monetary unit of Panama.


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