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los primo

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Los is the plural of el, and it means "the" (well, the plural of "the").

El primo, los primos (the cousin, the cousins)

  • Why on earth did I have "nephew" for primo??? - webdunce Mar 15, 2010 flag
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"los" is the plural, masculine article...consistent for number and gender...so if you are talking wbout your cousins (although i realize that primo has several meaninigs), it would read, "los primos"...the translation engine at this site is great for explaining the meaning of words and the lessons are even better to explain context. Lucrecia

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los means "the" in spanish. It is used for multiple masculine nouns, such as "los carros" or "los primos" means "the cars" and "the cousins". Los primo, however, does not make sense.

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los is the masculine and plural definite article. It means "the".

Here's the link to the reference article on definite articles.

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