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Old July 12, 2019, 08:06 AM
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The word "conciliar" isn't a word that I have incorporated into my personal lexicon.

But I just heard it yesterday in a usage that surprised me. I heard someone us it in the sense of "Let's just do it all together on the day day".

I would have said something like "Vamos a hacerlo todo junto em el mismo dia". Would my way of saying it be awkward? Low class? Incorrect?

Could somebody give me a couple of example sentences ?


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