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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. placer culposo
Marcela has impeccable taste but even she must have a few guilty pleasures.Marcela tiene un gusto impecable pero incluso ella debe tener algunos placeres culposos.
b. dulce pecado
Don't tell anyone, but Ernesto loves this TV show. It's his guilty pleasure.No se lo digas a nadie pero a Ernesto le encanta este programa. Es su dulce pecado.
I have one guilty pleasure I will never give up: chocolate.Tengo un capricho al cual nunca renunciaré: el chocolate.
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