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Old December 31, 2010, 05:18 AM
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What does "agente literario vestidos" mean?

Original Text: El escritor Augusto Garcia con su agente literario vestidos con pantalones vaqueros y camisetas de manga corta.

Can anyone here tell me the meaning of "agente literario vestidos"?

I Know it means something like "The writer Augusto Garcia with his agent xxxxxx", but I have no idea on the meaning of "literario vestidos". Are these two words "literario vestidos" adjectives for "su agente" or what?

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Old December 31, 2010, 05:24 AM
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Original Text: El escritor Augusto Garcia con su agente literario vestidos con pantalones vequeros y camisetas de manga corta.

Can anyone here tells me the meaning of "agente literario vestidos"?
There are two people: The writer Augusto Garcia, an his literary agent (agente literario). The adjective vestidos describes both of them.

The writer Augusto Garcia with his literary agent, dressed in jeans and short-sleeved shirts

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Agree with Perikles. I just wanted to add that you probably meant to type 'patalones vaqueros'.
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you two are very helpful, many thanks!
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