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dicho in English:

1. said


Trust me, he said.
It is said that global warming is directly related to carbon dioxide emissions.
The clerk said, "What can I do for you, sir?"
Perseverance, it is often said, is the key to success.
Some wise man has said life consists of one disappointment after another.
When the bus swerved to miss a cat, the driver said, "That was close."
Has anybody ever said you wear too much makeup?
The boy I saw searching through the garbage can said that he had not eaten anything for four days.
The notice in the park said, "Keep off the grass."
What that fortuneteller said yesterday is nothing to be concerned about.
After a short visit, he suddenly stood up and said he was leaving.
Someone told me that Albert Einstein said, "Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."
Tom couldn't find Mary even though he said he looked just about everywhere.
67% of those who never smoked said they worried about the health effects of passive smoking.
She asked him to help her father clean the garage, but he said that he was too busy to help.

English word "dicho"(said) occurs in sets:

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