Definitions

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  • noun music, uncountable A style of Puerto Rican music having a highly syncopated rhythm and often satirical lyrics
  • noun music, countable A song in this style
  • noun Plural form of plenum.

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Examples

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • The other procedure, adopción plena, is much more complicated and is available to foreigners who want to adopt Mexican children, but since it requires that the child lose its birth apellidos (the two last names that everyone born in México has), it is only available for adopting children less than 5 years old (no school or other public records to change!).

    adoption

  • There are two types of adoption in México, adopción plena and adopción simple.

    adoption

  • There are two types of adoption in México, adopción plena and adopción simple.

    adoption

  • There are two types of adoption in México, adopción plena and adopción simple.

    adoption

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