In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(asesinato/robo) to report(persona) to reportyo en tu lugar lo denunciaría — if I were you, I'd report him (to the police) / I'd lodge a complaint against him (with the police)
- denunciaron la desaparición del niño — they reported the disappearance of the child
2.1(condenar públicamente)to denounceto condemn
2.2(evidenciar)to revealla escasez denuncia la falta de planificación — the shortage reveals / is clear evidence of a lack of planning
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