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desaparecido

[ Spanish de-sah-pah-re-see-thaw; Portuguese de-zah-pah-ri-see-doo; English des-uh-pahr-uh-see-doh ]
/ Spanish 藢d蓻 s蓱藢p蓱 r蓻藞si 冒蓴; Portuguese 藢d蓻 z蓱藢p蓱 r瑟藞si d蕣; English 藢d蓻s 蓹藢p蓱r 蓹藞si do蕣 /
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noun, plural de路sa路pa路re路ci路dos [Spanish de-sah-pah-re-see-thaws; Portuguese de-zah-pah-ri-see-doos; English des-uh-pahr-uh-see-dohz]. /Spanish 藢d蓻 s蓱藢p蓱 r蓻藞si 冒蓴s; Portuguese 藢d蓻 z蓱藢p蓱 r瑟藞si d蕣s; English 藢d蓻s 蓹藢p蓱r 蓹藞si do蕣z/. Spanish, Portuguese.
one who has disappeared: used, especially in Latin America, in referring to a person who has been secretly imprisoned or killed during a government's program of political suppression.
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How to use desaparecido in a sentence

  • Antes la componan una piedra tosca y una cruz de palo; la cruz ha desaparecido, y slo queda la piedra.

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