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Translation of tack in Spanish

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the tack la tachuela

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Sample sentences:
She carries a purse studded with bronze tacks.

Ella lleva una cartera tachonada con tachas de bronce.


The first day in a new place is always a little strange. One has to get used to the new environment. I believe that the more someone tries to adapt the faster he gets used to new spots and new people.
I told her that when you meet a person and you like that person you start dating him/her. After a while, if the couple stays together they go to the next step and move together or get married.
Honk Kong was intense. We liked it on the one hand, but after coming from South East Asia, it seemed a little boring to us. What I mean is that it is more Western and less exciting for us.