El Paso
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El Paso
A proper noun refers to the name of a person, place, or thing.
proper noun
1. (city)
a. El Paso
My mom is from El Paso and my dad is from Ciudad Juarez.Mi mamá es de El Paso y mi papá es de Ciudad Juárez.
2. (region)
a. El Paso
Colorado Spring is in El Paso, right? - Huh? Oh, you mean the county. Then yes.Colorado Springs está en El Paso, ¿verdad? - ¿Cómo? Ah, te refieres al condado. Entonces sí.
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El Paso
Listen to an audio pronunciation
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El Paso
A proper noun refers to the name of a person, place, or thing.
proper noun
1. (city)
a. El Paso
Mi amiga Lupe y yo hicimos un viaje por Texas desde Austin a El Paso, y luego cruzamos la frontera con México para ver a su familia.My friend Lupe and I took a road trip in Texas from Austin to El Paso, and then we crossed the Mexican border to see her family.
2. (region)
a. El Paso County
Una señal de carretera en mitad del desierto decía "Bienvenido a El Paso, Texas".A sign on the road in the middle of the desert said "Welcome to El Paso County, Texas."
b. El Paso
La jueza del condado de El Paso renunció para presentarse al Congreso.The El Paso county judge resigned to run for Congress.
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