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Ser un cero a la izquierda


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Old April 28, 2008, 01:19 PM
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Ser un cero a la izquierda

I recently heard the phrase 'ser un cero a la izquierda' que si algo es un cero a la izquierda, significa que no es nada, que no significa nada.

¿Esta frase es una frase hecha que se usa en otras partes también?
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cero, cero a la izquierda


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