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Bachiller

Léxico del Quijote

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 10/11/2001
Word: Bachiller
(ba-chi-LLER). sustantivo maxculino.
English: garrubus, babbler.
Etymology: Del francés bachelier.
Meaning: Persona que tiene el título académico de bachillerato. Antiguamente, persona que tenía un título universitario de primer grado.
Topic:Léxico del Quijote
Example:

"Admirado quedó el bachiller de oír el término y modo de hablar de Sancho Panza".

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, p. 629, Ed. Planeta.

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