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28 Cards in this Set

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pansies
trinitarias
The flowers, definitely not the English slang
ferns
helechos
rafters
vigas
decrepit stranger
forastero decrépito
black and blue skin
piel lívida
disturbance
racket
alboroto
mess
lío
don't bother
ni de vaina
whispering
cuchicheo
lethargic sleep
sopor
to push through
pujar
backward village
villorrio
pompous diligence
aparatosa diligencia
walk the streets
to walk around
corretear
to smell
(also to sniff/snoop around)
husmear
streetlights
faroles
in suspense
envilo
deceit
disimulo
prank
travesura
to rot
pudrir
1. Think podredumbre
2. Podredumbre is also spelled pudredumbre
fence
cerco

(or cerca - More common but not used in this story)
path
sendero
entangled hill
colina enmarañada
spoils
despojos
trace
rastro
Not like the verb "to trace." You use this like "he vanished without a _____"
overwhelmed with fruit
abrumado de fruta
Need a BROOM to sweep all the fruit out of the house... Maybe? Whatever works.
cavar
to dig
cock fights

(eg. chicken fights)
riñas de gallo