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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. very well-known
"La señora a la que mataron era muy conocida en el pueblo y querida por todo el mundo," dijo el alcalde."The lady that got killed was very well-known in the village and loved by everybody," said the mayor.
b. very famous
Darío regenta un café muy conocido en Lima.Dario runs a very famous cafe in Lima.
c. very familiar
El nombre de esta guionista es muy conocido entre los fans de las series de televisión.The name of this scriptwriter is very familiar to fans of TV series.
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