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frecuente in English:

1. frequent

Japan has frequent earthquakes.
He interrupted the speaker with frequent questions.
There is no other country in the world where earthquakes are as frequent as in Japan.
The teacher was worried by Tom's frequent absences from class.
frequent meetings
There are good grounds for the view that Paris was the scene of frequent riots even before the revolution of 1789.
His travels were wide and frequent.
My boss called me down for frequent absence from work.
I came into frequent contact with foreign students.
During the imprisonment of Sir Thomas a frequent intercourse of letters passed between him and this beloved daughter and when deprived of pen and ink he contrived to write to her with a coal.
The snow-capped mountains of Tahoe see frequent tourism.
High fever is a frequent accompaniment of influenza.
There are frequent instances of malicious door-to-door selling, such as pushing water purifiers on people after carrying out water quality tests without permission.
Users will also be able to create a list of frequent approvers in the My Setup feature.
All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution.

English word "frecuente"(frequent) occurs in sets:

Time, calendar and frequency - Tiempo, calendario ...
Qualities: General 1
Week 4 Level 1