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Never heard it in Spain, not even in a passing manner, so I'd say: No, at least not in Spain


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Nope. I was born here, I've also lived in and traveled to many places all around México. I can tell you for sure I've never heard someone refer to food as "fud" in spanish. My guess about what "fud de latas" meant would be that it had something to do with this industrial brand of food products named "FUD", it is very popular because the company spends ...


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If they do not precede the other consonant, form the plural with -es. And example is "dócil"; it becomes "dóciles". However, words such as "bufanda" (scarf), end with a vowel. In this case, you can simply just add an "s" at the end.



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