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story

noun /ˈstoːri/ ( plural stories)
an account of an event, or series of events, real or imaginary
historia
the story of the disaster the story of his life He went to the police with his story What sort of stories do boys aged 10 like? adventure/murder/love stories a story-book He’s a good story-teller.
(used especially to children) a lie
historia, cuento
Don’t tell stories!
the story goes people say
según dicen
He has been in jail or so the story goes.
a tall story noun an obviously untrue story; a lie
historia inverosímil
He told a tall story about the dog eating his homework.
(Definition of story from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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