Moldova


Moldova
Moldova
nombre femenino
1 Moldova
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= Moldova, Moldavia.
Nota: También conocido como Moldova.
Ex. Other participating countries include Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, and Serbia.
Ex. Only Georgia is said to have a suitable 6-story building properly equipped; under construction are archives in Moldavia, Ukraine and Latvia.
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= Moldova, Moldavia.
Nota: También conocido como Moldova.

Ex: Other participating countries include Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, and Serbia.

Ex: Only Georgia is said to have a suitable 6-story building properly equipped; under construction are archives in Moldavia, Ukraine and Latvia.

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Moldova
feminine
Moldavia

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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