we prefer hot chocolate to orange juice

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we prefer hot chocolate to orange juice(
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1. (general)
a. preferimos el chocolate caliente al jugo de naranja (plural)
We prefer hot chocolate to orange juice; it's more nutritious.Preferimos el chocolate caliente al jugo de naranja; es más nutritivo.
b. preferimos el chocolate caliente al zumo de naranja (plural)
Regionalism used in Spain
(Spain)
We prefer hot chocolate to orange juice because it has more protein.Preferimos el chocolate caliente al zumo de naranja por que tiene más proteína.
c. preferimos el chocolate caliente al jugo de china (plural)
Regionalism used in Puerto Rico
(Puerto Rico)
We prefer hot chocolate to orange juice, but we'll drink whatever you have.Preferimos el chocolate caliente al jugo de china, pero nos tomamos lo que tenga.
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