agujero

A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (opening)
a. hole
Estoy enojada porque mi suéter favorito tiene un agujero.I'm really annoyed because there's a hole in my favorite sweater.
2. (commerce)
a. hole
Los legisladores están considerando por fin aumentos de impuestos para tapar el agujero presupuestario.Legislators are finally considering tax increases to plug the hole in the budget.
b. deficit
La pandemia dejó a muchos sectores de la economía con un agujero inimaginable en sus finanzas.The pandemic left many sectors of the economy with an unimaginable deficit in their finances.
c. shortfall
Las ventas no alcanzaron la meta, provocando un agujero en el balance final de la empresa.Sales were under target, causing a shortfall in the company's bottom line.
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agujero
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
Noun
1. (hueco, abertura)
a. hole
agujero de balabullet hole
2. (astronomy)
a.
agujero negroblack hole
3. (deuda)
a. deficit
hay un agujero de cien millonesa hundred million are unaccounted for
agujero
1 (abertura) hole
hacer un agujero en to make a hole in
agujero de hombre manhole
agujero de ozono ozone hole; hole in the ozone layer
agujero negro black hole
2 (Cos) (para agujas) needle case; (para alfileres) pincushion
3 (Economía) (deuda) hole; drain; deficit
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