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In Bolivia "sobaco" is really vulgar. Do not use it there. Way better to say "axila", for both humans and animals (even though the term is rarely used in animals).


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As in most -if not all- languages, the existence of a prefix -even if very common- does not rule out the existence of words with the same beginning that do not come from the same root. It may be seen as just a coincidence. It may (or may not) be an example of convergent evolution of words of diverse origin through sound change, a late (or old) borrowing from ...


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The word "brasilero" is accepted by the Real Academia de la Lengua. So, you can use it instead of "brasileño" without any problem. Recommendation: when you doubt about a word, just check it at http://www.rae.es. To be honest, I always thought that "brasilero" was wrong but it turns out that is correct.


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In Peru we use "exhibidora", for supermarket i heard "góndola" or "góndola refrigerada" for the first that you showed


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They are vitrinas because they have windows and are for display purposes. You have to add de adjetive refrigerador Searching in the web pages of companies that sell them, I see that the word most used for the third one is armario refrigerador


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En España la primera imagen y la tercera imagen se llaman frigorífico. La segunda lo llamaría mostrador.


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I would say there is no difference, they have the same meaning in regards to driving a car, "manejar" is used in latinoamérica and "conducir" is used here in Spain. But they can have different meaning sometimes, for example, in Spain, "estoy conduciendo una grúa" means that I' driving it, but "estoy manejando una grúa" would mean that I'm operating it.


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There are several different ways to express double-jointedness. Soy hiperlaxo Use if you want to keep parallel structure with other adjectives. Not in the DRAE, but has a good usage online. Tengo articulaciones dobles A colloquial form, obviously related to the English (though who borrowed/calqued from whom, I'm not sure). Tengo hiperlaxitud articular. A ...



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