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    Question WIND DOWN - BEND DOWN

    Hola, soy nueva en este foro, asi que espero no hacer preguntas muy obvias, o ya contestadas.

    Tengo dudas con el significado de:

    "The driver wound down her window"

    y

    "Frederick bent down and ran his hand over the tyre"

    Gracias por sus respuestas - Kary

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    Re: WIND DOWN - BEND DOWN

    No hablo Espanol.

    This is a forum for English. Please use your English.

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    #3

    Re: WIND DOWN - BEND DOWN

    Or ask your question in the Other Languages forum.

    Click HERE.

    Rover

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