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    Greetings,
    How would you say "ruff" in Spanish?

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    Incarna

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    Hi Incarna, can you put it in a sentence?
    The translation would be "gollilla" but I need to make sure it fits in the appropriate context.

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    Good morning,

    It could be: gola, collar levantado, cuello almidonado, golilla, escarola, gorguera, etc., but mvictoria is right, more context is needed.

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    Xóchitl

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