26 Spanish Words with More Than One Meaning

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En el banco que hay cerca de mi casa hay siempre un señor sentado que trabaja en el banco del pueblo. Le gusta mirar los bancos de peces que pasan por el lago, pero yo prefiero hacer pesas en el nuevo banco que he puesto en el garaje. 

Have you understood the previous text? How many bancos have you read? Does it mean the same in all those cases? The answer is not, because banco as many others is a polysemic word. What is a polysemic word? It’s just a word with more than one meaning, like banco

In this post you’ll find the 26 more common and useful ones with pictures and examples. Let’s have fun while learning together!


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