English translation: Woul you gives us the sentence where it appears?
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15:45 Aug 26, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase:teabure
i don't think it is spelled right so if you could make out what it might supposed to be spelled like would help
"teabure" should be "te aburre"
then it means:
"it bores you", "it makes you weary"
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Baruch Avidar Israel Local time: 15:37 Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in pair: 92
Please see below:
Explanation: Belinda, when you first stated this question I did not know what to say, but now that you stated another question about cakes and sweets, I suspect these two questions of yours are related.
This being the case, I think that what you may be trying to say is "petit beurre" which are small buttery biscuits (or tea cookies) that are sold by this name.
I hope that this can help.
Luis M. Luis
Luis Luis United States Local time: 07:37 Native speaker of: Portuguese PRO pts in pair: 171