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Traducción en español de “mystery”

mystery

noun /ˈmistəri/ (plural mysteries)
something that cannot be, or has not been, explained
misterio
the mystery of how the universe was formed the mystery of his disappearance How she passed her exam is a mystery to me.
the quality of being impossible to explain, understand etc
misterio
Her death was surrounded by mystery.
mysterious /-ˈstiəriəs/ adjective difficult to understand or explain, or full of mystery
misterioso
mysterious happenings He’s being very mysterious (= refuses to explain fully) about what his work is
mysteriously adverb
misteriosamente
Theman mysteriously appeared from nowhere.
(Definition of mystery from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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