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¿Cuándo usar la palabra "cirugía" vs "operación?"

No interesa la distincción, se puede decir de ambas maneras. Las dos son usadas y se entienden claramente en el lenguaje corriente, Decir que (la semana que viene, tu hermano) tiene una operación del ...
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What is the difference between "pasar vergüenza" and "sentir vergüenza"?

pasar vergüenza = to experience shame. sentir vergüenza=to feel shame or ashamed If you really want to see a difference there.
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What is the difference between "pasar vergüenza" and "sentir vergüenza"?

"Sentir vergüenza" refers only to your inner feelings and thoughts. For example, you "feel" embarrassed/ashamed independently of others knowing what's happening with you. Some ...
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How to distinguish between "scream" and "shout" in Spanish

It could be said that the distance between (to) shout and scream is equivalent to what sets apart the verbs vociferar and gritar in Spanish I'd say that those pairs are quite symmetric. Just as the ...
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¿Se usa hoy día la voz "ambigú"? ¿Con qué sentido?

En mi pueblo, Zuera (Zaragoza), se utiliza para denominar un bar o cantina para el publico en la estacion de ferrocarril o en el estadio de futbol
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