Definitions

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  • verb printing To subject to spanishing, a printing process in which an ink is deposited on the bottoms and sides of depressions formed in a plastic material

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Examples

  • Dracula 1931 in spanish is included in “Dracula-The Legacy Collection”

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  • I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple.

    pronunciation of the spanish letter ''a''

  • I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple.

    pronunciation of the spanish letter ''a''

  • #38 Colgate in spanish is not “go hang yourself” it means “go hang it yourself” sam Says:

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  • I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple.

    pronunciation of the spanish letter ''a''

  • I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple.

    pronunciation of the spanish letter ''a''

  • I think the first thing an immigrant to Mexico should learn in spanish is 'ni modo' and they should really learn the concept behind it, embrace it and practice using it.

    Importing/Driving a Car into Mexico

  • I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple.

    pronunciation of the spanish letter ''a''

  • I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple.

    pronunciation of the spanish letter ''a''

  • There were occasional questions to me in spanish from the other ladies but mainly they all were talking in zapotec, with a lot of laughing and obviously they were recounting very interesting news and gossip.

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