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Question about "fila india" - See description below


One of the sentences SpanishDict gives as an example of usage for the word 'fila' is "Formen fila en india aqui", however, the site does not seem to be able to translate the phrase "en india aqui" even though it uses those very words in the example. How does this translate, specifically, what does the word 'india' mean in this example?

updated ABR 21, 2010
edited by Gekkosan
posted by Sheila-Gilroy
Hello Sheila - welcome to the Forum! I edited your title for clarity. - Gekkosan, ABR 21, 2010

1 Answer


"Fila India" (Indian line) means just a line, where people - usually kids - stand one behind the other in a straight line.

Why it is called like that, I have no idea.

updated ABR 21, 2010
posted by Gekkosan
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