sarpar is incorrectly written, and should be written as "Sail" being its meaning: The correct term is to set sail. It means going out, splitting, untie, desancorar, unpin. Weigh anchor, done to the sea.
34 Vesre; spend " It is to exceed, crossing a boundary.
The word " sarpar " or " sarparse " in slang or language, institutes prison lupanar step to be used by youth as expression of:-not overdo or you pasastes, in reference to not save the respect due to someone else.
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