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Meaning of larguen

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez


It is a long inflection, which means release, release, start.



Second (such as 'you' ) and third (such as 'they/they') people in plural of the present subjunctive mode and the imperative mode for the verb long. See verbs/larguen .





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