Palabra



[pah-lah-vrah] /pɑˈlɑ vrɑ/

noun, plural palabras
[pah-lah-vrahs] /pɑˈlɑ vrɑs/ (Show IPA). Spanish.
1.
a word.
2.
speech; talk.

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