Definitions

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  • n. a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This loan will be used to buy 20 "daba" hoes for planting and weeding, 50 kg of peanut seeds and 12 sacks of fertilizer (that is, 4 sacks of complex fertilizer and 8 sacks of urea), all this with the intention of cultivating 1.5 hectares of peanuts, 3 hectares of sorghum, and 2 hectares of native millet.

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  • Una especie de marabú al que daba hospedaje un árabe de los alrededores de Constantina se le ha llevado el cofre y la hija.

    Translation

  • Always with the flutes. the daba-daba voices, the harpsichord.

    Thursday, Jan. 21 – The Bleat.

  • They named it after a local locust, the daba, who consumed everything before it.

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  • Pop the puffed flatbread as you place it in a plate/chapati container/poLicha daba.

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  • Como tengo baja presión y en cierta época me daba por desvanecerme en los lugares menos propicios, aprendí a escuchar mi cuerpo, así que me fui al balcón a que el aire frío me sopapeara un poco.

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  • The Tibetan word for "very good" is "Yabadoo" and seeing how much rock is used to build all the rural villages you get the feeling that they are just one daba away from being the modern stone age family.

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  • Hoy, con tono de broma, me preguntaba Laura si no me daba vergüenza que hubieran pasado tantos días sin que escribiera en mi blog.

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  • Pero, por lo general, decía que le daba vergüenza.

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  • Hey, yaba daba doo, it really is time to leave the stone age.

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