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Old January 04, 2011, 08:52 PM
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Is something masculine or feminine by the word we use or what it is intrinsically?

So I know that female nouns have female descriptors and male nouns male ones. But what happens if you're descibing something that has a different gender? For instance, if I wanted to talk about a girl and say

Su cuerpo fue bajo.

Is it "baja" instead?
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