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Spanish Word of the Day: Difunto

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Difunto

Léxico relacionado con la muerte

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 12/28/2001
Word: Difunto
(di-FUN-to), sustantivo masculino
English: deceasced
Etymology: Del latín deffunctus
Meaning: Dícese de la persona muerta.
Topic:Léxico relacionado con la muerte
Example:

“Mi nuevo amigo me cuenta que lo han trincado por error, (...) y que los polvos que la policía le decomisó no son lo que dicen ellos que son, sino las cenizas de su difunto padre, que Dios tenga en su gloria,...”

Eduardo Mendoza, Sin noticias de Gurb

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