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montón, bola.

Evaristo said that he has only expensive leather shoes "cobbled" in Italy. ---------- to cobble
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hacer zapatos. to make or repair (shoes). old-fashioned.

Mike Pence said that he has only expensive leather shoes "cobbled" in Italy. ---------- cobble
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hacer zapatos. to make or repair (shoes). old-fashioned.

Donal said that he has only expensive leather shoes "cobbled" in Italy. ---------- cobble
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hacer zapatos. to make or repair (shoes). old-fashioned.

The soldier "clubbed" the villager's head with his rifle butt. ---------- to club
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Garrotear, aporrear, golpear con algo. to hit a person or an animal with a heavy stick or similar object.

The victim was "clubbed" to death with a baseball bat. ---------- to club
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Garrotear, aporrear, golpear con algo. to hit a person or an animal with a heavy stick or similar object.

The batsman Sami Sosa "clubbed" the ball high into the air. ---------- to club
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Garrotear, aporrear, golpear con algo. to hit a person or an animal with a heavy stick or similar object.

The caveman "clubbed" the animal. ------- to club
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Garrotear, aporrear, golpear con algo. to hit a person or an animal with a heavy stick or similar object.

The gangman hit Julio Ramirez with a "club". ---------- club.
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Garrote. a heavy stick with one end thicker than the other, that is used as a weapon.

Donal Trump was clubbed to death with a "club". ---------- club.
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Garrote. a heavy stick with one end thicker than the other, that is used as a weapon.

The gangman hit Alfonso with a "club". ---------- club.
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garrote. a heavy stick with one end thicker than the other, that is used as a weapon.

The caveman hit the animal with a "club". ---------- club.
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Garrote. a heavy stick with one end thicker than the other, that is used as a weapon.

Some Chicago's streets were "cobbled" hundreds of years ago. ---------- to cobble
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empedrar. pavimentar. to pave with rounded stones.

The Steger's streets were "cobbled" hundreds of years ago. ---------- to cobble
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empedrar. pavimentar. to pave with rounded stones.

The Sauk Village's streets were "cobbled" hundreds of years ago. ---------- to cobble
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empedrar. pavimentar. to pave with rounded stones.

The diplomats rushed to "cobble together" a treaty. ---------- cobble together.
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Ensanblar, hacer algo sin cuidado, crear algo al aiseva. to make something quickly and not very carefully.

The speech was "cobbled together" from papers and lectures. ---------- cobble together.
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Ensanblar, hacer algo sin cuidado, crear algo al aiseva. to make something quickly and not very carefully.

They worked quickly to "cobble together" a temporary solution. ---------- cobble together.
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Ensanblar, hacer algo sin cuidado, crear algo al aiseva. to make something quickly and not very carefully.

The new administration's reforms have been very hastily "cobbled together". ---------- cobble together.
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Ensanblar, hacer algo sin cuidado, crear algo al aiseva. to make something quickly and not very carefully.

wad of paper.
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Bola de papel.

a wad of gum.
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Bola de goma.

Wad of cotton.
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Bola de algodon.

Wad of money.
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Faja, fajo de dinero.


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