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    Default Re: Bizarro Bizzare

    In my opinion, as a person of 30 years old, I never use the term to refer to someone as brave. I always use the english meaning of the word.
    Perhaps, as carmenlm says, it is a matter of era. Now, this word has lost its true meaning and adopted the English one.

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    Default Re: Bizarro Bizzare

    vaya, no lo sabía, siempre me pregunté por que el himno a la bandera argentina dice
    "y llena de orgullo y bizarría, a San Lorenzo se dirigió inmortal"
    entonces bizarría es lo mismo que decir valentía.
    Gracias por la info.

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    Default Re: Bizarro Bizzare

    Exacto Salvador, bizarría es sinonimo de valentía.. Jonatane, actually bizarre is a French word, and the English language has adopted it from it.

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    Me encanta como Carmen hace el cambio de un idioma al otro en un mismo post. Bueno, gracias a todos por los comentarios sobre mi post.

    Saludos.

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