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Old January 20, 2010, 10:09 AM
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So if you want to say "Let's set sail" it would be "¡Zarpemos!" ¿No?

Could the same be applied, say, in a non-travel situation? For example, in English, I would say to my class, "Let's get underway" or something to that effect. Could I use "zarpar" in that situation?

How about this? Conduciremos al Nueva York esta mañana. ¡Zarpemos!
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