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What does "gemlely" mean?

THE SOLUTION My son just figured out the answer. He was trying to write genial y feliz. But got the y too close. And thought that it was gemial. And from there, mis-spelt as gemiel. And with terrible ...
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What does "gemlely" mean?

Same here: doesn't sound like any Spanish word that I know of. If I had to make a guess, I'd say he may have tried to write "genial". If the "ml" could be "ni" miswritten....
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"Shovel" and "spade", are both translated as "pala"?

Pala cuadrada o pala ancha y pala de punta Google search link Pala cuadrada o pala ancha Utilizadas para trasvasar o recoger materiales, escombros, cemento, tierra, etc. Pala de punta Utilizada para ...
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What does "gemlely" mean?

Desde mi punto de vista su hijo ha mezclado varias ideas en Español e Inglés, y aunque la palabra existe en ambos idiomas, en Inglés su significado y utilización no son tan frecuentes como en Español. ...
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What does "gemlely" mean?

I'm Spanish, and Spanish speaker. And I have never heard or read this word. Definitive and absolutely, gemlely isn't a Spanish word.
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What does "gemlely" mean?

I'm not a native speaker, but this doesn't look like a Spanish word to me. Could it be that he misspelled the English word genuinely?
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Nombre de los adjetivos que significan "relacionado a" (bélico, académico, etc.)

Se trata de adjetivos relacionales o adjetivos de relación: m. Gram. adjetivo que especifica el ámbito o el dominio que corresponde al sustantivo al que modifica y que suele caracterizarse con la ...
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Translation of "bug" to Spanish

If we consider the origin of the history of the "bug" idea, surely we will understand better why this concept has been created. It all started in 1947, when technicians found that the Mark ...
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Translation of "bug" to Spanish

I saw "pulga" (flea) used like "bug" in an Isaac Asimov book, that had been translated into Spanish.
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