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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
If a disabled person gets on the bus, you'll have to give up your seat.Si un discapacitado se sube al autobús, tendrás que cederle el asiento.
b. persona discapacitada
There's no ramp to get into the building, so a lot of disabled people wouldn't be able to attend the event.No hay rampa para entrar al edificio, así que muchas personas discapacitadas no podrían asistir el evento.
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