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Aguacero

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Talking with a friend last night he used the word aguacero to refer to a rain storm. It was the first time I remember hearing it. It means a sudden downpour of rain. Or it can mean a flash flood.

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    Thanks allot; I was looking for the translation to understand the chorus of “Tu Recuerdo” with Ricky Martin which says;

    TU RECUERDO SIGUE AQUÍ
    COMO UN AGUACERO ROMPE FUERTE SOBRE MÍ
    PERO A FUEGO LENTO QUEMA Y MOJA POR IGUAL
    Y YA NO SE LO QUE PENSAR
    SI TU RECUERDO ME HACE BIEN O ME HACE MAL

    Tekno_boy on January 21st, 2008

 

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