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  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

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  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

  • I find the verb derramar 'to pour out or spill' and it might be reflexive which my dictionary says means 'to spill, overflow or run over' but to get derrapante from derramar seems a stretch to me.

    Road sign spanish

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  • spill, pour out

    June 2, 2009