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cosa inglés:

1. thing


These things are mine.
Innocence is a beautiful thing.
I suppose that behind each thing we have to do, there's something we want to do...
He soon grows tired of a thing regardless of how much he liked it to begin with.
Being knowledgeable about Japanese culture is a good thing.
He writes a daily journal, and that inspired me to try doing the same thing, but in English.
He never believes in paying any more for a thing than is necessary.
One thing I don't like about the iPad is that you can't easily install apps that aren't available through Apple's App Store.
Marriage can be a wonderful thing if two people understand each other.
You're the only person I know besides me who is actually interested in this kind of thing.
A critically wounded elephant went berserk and attacked every living thing in his path.
When I ask people what they regret most about high school, they nearly all say the same thing: that they wasted so much time.
It may seem like just a little thing to you, but Tom is really worried about the whole thing.
The most essential thing in the world to any individual is to understand himself.
Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest.

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