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Old June 13, 2017, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by poli View Post
OK de marras is like the very contemporary from back in the day.or de antaņo or of yore.
No. You have to forget the definition you asked in post #1. There's no modern -not even three centuries old- use of marras that matches it with antaņo.

De marras is a very important expression that doesn't relate with time.
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