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Fábrica

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fábrica (feminine noun (la)) — factory. Look up fábrica in the dictionary

Abrieron una fábrica cerca de donde vivo, y ahora hay mucho tráfico en la calle frente a mi casa.
They opened a factory near my house and now there is a lot of traffic on the street in front of my house.
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Old April 25, 2009, 08:37 AM
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I learned this last chapter, that it means factory. For some reason it looks like "fabric". what is "fabric" in Spanish?
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Old April 25, 2009, 08:39 AM
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I learned this last chapter, that it means factory. For some reason it looks like "fabric". what is "fabric" in Spanish?
Tela o materia dependiendo del uso.
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Es interesante distinguir entre fábrica (con acento) y fabrica (3ª p.sing. pres.ind. v. fabricar)
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Old April 25, 2009, 09:34 AM
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Es interesante distinguir entre fábrica (con acento) y fabrica (3ª p.sing. pres.ind. v. fabricar)
Seguro, y uno no piensa que pudiera ser problema... pero para una persona que no habla el idioma puede ser frustrante.
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