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Topic: [Snark] palabras antonimas de si mismo
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Enrique Fernandez

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Re: [Snark] palabras antonimas de si mismo
Posted: Apr 19, 2012 5:27 AM
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Hola Snarkianos.



Retomo este interesante hilo para comentaros un hallazgo:



ABSTRAER(SE).

Si va seguido de «en» significa concentrarse en una cosa.

Si va seguido de «de» significa todo lo contrario, apartar la
atención de una cosa.



Saludos.



Enrique Fernández

Murcia (España)





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