acabo de ver a la vecina y te cuento que ella
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(informal) (singular) a. I've just seen the neighbor and let me tell you she
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States) Acabo de ver a la vecina y te cuento que ella se va de vacaciones a Roma. - Pero si no tiene dinero. I've just seen the neighbor and let me tell you she's going to Rome on vacation. - But she doesn't have any money. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.
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