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  • #16
    Orinar would be "to urinate", and "orinan" is the conjugation of that to make it "they urinate". "Orina" would be "he/she/it urinates".

    I have to say, I've not needed to use that verb recently, thankfully

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    • #17
      Originally posted by snowbunny View Post
      Orinar would be "to urinate", and "orinan" is the conjugation of that to make it "they urinate". "Orina" would be "he/she/it urinates".

      I have to say, I've not needed to use that verb recently, thankfully
      I don't think I've ever said it. I'm more of the 'hacer pipi' school!

      Anyway, the things you learn about woodlice. I'm too nervous to find out more about snails in case I start to feel sorry for them.
      Living in north-east Spain, where the sun is too hot, the rain too torrential, the hail too big, the wind too windy and the snow too deep.

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