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Traducción en español de “flurry”

flurry

noun /ˈflari, (American) ˈfləːri/ (plural flurries)
a sudden rush (of wind etc); light snow
ráfaga
A flurry of wind made the door bang a flurry of excitement The children expected a lot of snow but there were only flurries.
a confusion
nerviosismo, agitación
She was in a flurry.
(Definition of flurry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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